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rOBLISHBD WUKLT, AT
ffORTHINGTON, NOBLES COUNTY, MINN.
ISS" *T,wSJ)o,,a7„perT?»r- invariably In ad
ance. All orders will receive prompt attention.
Commuulcat. insIntended for publicationmust
te accompanied by the real name and addressof75
^rtVylor^ubg^mn?01
ADVERTISING RATES.
One Inch three weeks 40-00, threw months, ai.00
Three Inches 3 weeks, 5.00, 8.00
Five Inches," 6.00, 10.00
Special rates given for larger advertisements.
8peclal notices, first week 10 osnts a line sub.
sequent Insertions 5 cents a Hue each week.
Transient advertisements paid in advance.
Tearlv advertisements to be paid quarterly.
Legal advertisements to be paid for before affl
iavlt Is given.
A. O. of U. W.
Worthington Lodge No meets every Friday
evening. GEO. W. W1I.SOX, Master Workmn.
B. B. PLOTTS, Recorder.
A S O N I
EGULAR COMMUNICATIONS* of Fraternl
', ty Lodge, No. 101, A. F. & A. M. at Masonic
Hall in Worthington on the
1st and 3d Mondays lit each
month. «.
I. P. DURFEE, W. M.
R. B. PLOTTS, Sec.
REGULAR CONVOCA
TIONS of Living Arch Chap-
fC&HJZMiSt ter.No. 28, K.\ A.. M.-. atMa
sonic Hall on the Monday
each month.
CHURCD DIRECTORY.
METHODIST EP»JOPAL.—Services every Sab
bath morning at 10 evening service at 7.—
Sunday School at 12. Prayer meeting Thursday
evening. Rev. T. H. Kinsinin, Pastor.
UNION CONQKEOA HONAL.—Services morning
and eveidng. Sunday School immediately after
the morning service Praver meeting Thursday
evening. Rev. Mr. Hart, pastor.
PHE:IUVTKRIA.N CHCIICII.—Services morning
and evening. Sabbath School immediately after
the morning service. Prayer meeting Thursday
evening.
NOBLES COUNTY OFFICERS.
AUDITOR—K. S. Mills.
TREASURER—11. Shepard.
REGISTER OP DEEDS—Joseph Chadwick.
JUDGE OP PROBATE—K. Barber.
CLERK OP COURT—B. N. Carrier.
SHERIFF— R. R. Miller.
SURVEYOR—Allen Chauey. Deputy—Allen
M. Chaney.
COURT COMMISSIONER—II. D. Humlston.
COUNTY ATTORNEY—Geo. W. ilsou.
CORONER—L. B. Bennett.
COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT—J. Ogle.
COMMISSIONERS.
First District—Fred Bloom, of Seward, Chr'n.
Second District—A. M. Crosby, of Adri»n.
Third DMrict—Miles Birkt-tt, of Grand
Prairie.
ARRIVAL ASD DEPARTURE OF MAILS
ARRIVES.
Eastern (daily) 12 10 a. in
St. Paul and beyond 3 30 in
2 »»a. m.
10 25 a in
do
Southern
Western—Ln Verne and Sioux Falls,
Round Lake, Saturdays
Leave Sioux City at
Worthington, at
Arrive at St. Paul, at
Leave St. Paul at
Arrive a" Worthington at
Ar. at Sioux City at
Leave Sioux City at
Arrive at iVorthlngtmi at
Ar. at St. Paul at
Arrives at Worthin.rt"n
Mr.
2 30 a. in.
DEPARTS.
Eastern (daily)
do to -it. Paul and beyond 10 32 it in
Southern 1 2 10a. in.
Western—Lu Verne and Sioux Fall" 3 40 pin
Round _*_3, SauirdajS 1 in
Malls carried by dav trains close 30 immitos
uefore departure. All others at 9 o'clock in.
Officer hours from 7 a. in. to 8 in. Sun lays
from to 0 am and 12 in to 12 3 in.
Money orders issued and letters registered be
tween 8 o'clock a in and m.
M. B. SOULE, P. M.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS
SIOUX CITY A ST. PAUL TIME CARD.
EXPRESS.
Going west.
Leave St. Paul at
Worthington, at
Arrive at Siou* City, at
Goiny East.
?.30 p. in
11.4 p.
4.Oil a. in
12 01 a. in
4.10 a. in
12 a»p. in
DAY EXPRESS.
7:10 a
S:30 in
7:4" in
"•.'•In a 111
11: 4 a in
7:30 in
WORTHINGTON AND SIOUX FALLS R. R.
Joinff West—
Leaves Worthington
Ar. at Sioux Falls,
Join*/ East—
Leaves Sioux Falls at
3 40 p. m.
8 10
5 fi5 a. in.
10 2
'RNEK, Agent.
C. A N. W. TIME TABLE.
Time of departure of Passenger Trains from
ifankato:
Ieave for Chicago 8 10 a in. a fi ." p. in.
New Ulni at 6 a. in. a 5 25 p. in.
Time of arrival
From the Fast. 30 a in a 5 25
From the West, 8 ••5am a 6 "0 pm.
B. Mutual Aid Soci
ety,
OF PENNSYLVANIA.
The plan of this soeiety recommend* itself for
its simplicity, equity and :ulvaittagi*. From 1.1
oi5 cents per \v«*eK, ace rdlug to age, secures
.QMiiienelit ro hen*, hai: Hi -se raits i***!, ,*»:.
Males and females from 15 to (Wi years of age
nay become members. Kxnuine the system.—
All ihe heuefits.of life insurance may be secured
9y laboring men. Call on or midress
L. B. BENNETT,
45—tf Afeiit, Worthiucton. Minn.
J.H.
Manufacturer of and Dealer In all kinds of
BOOTS and SHOES,
Saddles, Harness, Trunks, etc
Custom work and Repairing in both branches
•f business.
9th Street, Worthington, Minn.
7-40—ly
H. E. TORRANCE,
DEALER IN
DRY GOODS
AND
NOTIONS,
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes,
ii
Crockery,
Furniture, Etc,
8-32—ly
RUSHMORE CUSTOM
MILL.
Rushmore, Minn.
Having put in a Middlings Kun, we are now
prepared to do FIRST-CLASS WOUK. Please give
us a fair trial.
Feed and Corn ground First and Third Satur
day in each mouth.
J. BEDFORD & SON.
19-2m.
COUNTY MAPS
ORE A TRED UCTIONIX PRICE.
Just received at the ADVANCE office
it new invoice of NOBLES COUNTY
MAPS, 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 REDUCTION.
County Maps can lie had at this office
the rate of 5 for 25 cents.
Ladies, for those distressing complaints
to which you are subject, use Dr. Fount'*
G*rman Aromatic Wine. 40-6m
A Domestic Sewing Machine for sale
Atthis oflac.
LOCAL.
WORTHINGTON. MINN.. OCTOBER 27, 1681
A E S
The ADVANCE Is furnished at $1 SO a year to
Clubs ef ten or more. Clubsof teu for six months
cents for each subscriber.
A 1
9%4*1
Mattaip
lashed in this Pe
aper.
TO FOREIGN SUBSCRIBERS.
Susciibers to the ADVANCE 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 for
granted that they do not want the
paper longer, and our rule is to strike
their names off.
Vol. 10 No. 9
The foundation for the hay press is
laid on one of the lots fronting the
railroad coal sheds.
Mr. Grundsteu is building a small
dwelling house to rent on the lake
shore.
200,000 Cottonwood seedlings,
fresh at 75c per 1,000.
Tuos. H. PARSONS.
Chadwick has been working against
the nomination of Mills and Miller
for the last six months.
A car of Michigan Apples, selected
by L. II. Beckley, now on the way to
POUNHSTONE & ANDERSON'S.
Every vote for the Crosby ticket is
endorsing crookedness and political
corruption. It means a return to the
old way of doing business.
The Episcopal church entertain
ment announced for last Saturday
night was postponed on account of
the weather. It will be given on
Tuesday evening next at the Presby
terian church, consisting of vocal and
struraental music, readings, etc.
FOR SALE.—Household Furniture,
House Plants, Farming Utensils and
Machinery. A matched Team, one
a good saddle horse, colt, etc.
2w MRS. II. B. WISNER.
All those clover men who make up
the tail of the Crosby ticket deserve
to be beaten because they are politi
illy in bad company.
The afternoon passenger train was
late on Tuesday owing to an accident
to a freight train a few miles cast of
town, near the gravel pit. It seems
that the rails spread and threw the
tiain off badly damaging several cars
loaded with lumber and flour. One
or two accidents a day is about the
rate now.
Be wise in time and get a bottle of
Dr. Marshall's Lung Syrup, which al
wajTs cures coughs and colds and pre
vents consumption. Price only 25c
and 50c a bottle.
Bloom has been heard to say, since
h's return from Adrian, that it he was
as sure of gettii.g to heaven as he is
of being County Auditor he would be
happy. His investment in the beer
saloon has inspired confidence.
A petition luis been numerously sign
ed open a marl around lake as
»r as I he Fair Grounds. Mr. Ludlow,
the purchaser of the Hoffman place,
heads the petition, and it is thouglt
Mr. Dean, who owns the property this
side, will consent.
MINOR ARRIVALS.
At the residence of L. E. Kimball,
recently in Sioux Falls, a boy.
At the residence of 8. E. (-'handler, on
tin- 13th, in Minneapolis, a boy.
At. the residence of IJ. F. Thurbcr,
in W*r«hina«0!s, a grl.
The past three days have been beau
tiful Indian summer weather. Bo
reas has promised to do better here
after, but now if don't pay uptrict,
and quit slandering tlie ADVANCE
we'll tip him the wink and cover this
whole country with blockades, phe
noraenons, perihclions, millcniums, cy
cles, and dire diseases such as com
plications of the back, looseness in the
head, cutting and dragging in theened
lumber region, etc.
SMASH UP.—On Monday afternoon
last there was a smash-up on the track
just below the mill. It seems that
while the freight engine was taking in
coal at the coal shed, the train, for some
reason, became uncoupled, and started
on the down grade without a brake
man. Below the mill there was part
of a train standing on the track. The
loose train ran into this and smashed
four flat and two box cars. Two of the
flat cars were broken in two in the mid
dle and the box cars were badly crush
ed.
Elsewhere is announced the name of
J. W. READ, of Summit Lake, as an in
dependent candidate for commissioner
in the Second District. This announce
ment is from Mr. Bead's friends. The
committee for that District had sug
gested the name of Thomas Wilson, of
Dewald. Either of these gentlemen,
we believe, would make a good commis
sioner, but if the Independent ticket is
to elect its man in that district, it
would be better to agree and concen
trate upon one man.
Our Bigelow news letter intended
for last week's ADVANCE did not reach
us until Friday morning. The Bigelow
stamp says, "Bigelow, Oct. 19." Thefor
Worthington stamp says, "Worthing
ton, Oct. 21." Here is a letter which is
two days in coming eight miles, by rail
at that.
This failure of our news letters to
reach us has become so common that
we cannot help thinking there is inten
tional interference or dHay somewhere.
At all events, it gets worse and worse,
and the utter helplessness of an editor
or of the whole community to correct
these abuses is amazing. Numerous
formal complaints have been sent to
the department, but so far we do not
know that any attention has been paid
to them.
L. S. Nelson, People's candidate for
Probate Judge and Court Commission
was in town yesterday. The story
that h»* would decline to run was a
campaign lie," for he accepts the nom
ination and is at work for the ticket.
Cash paid for butter and eggs at Her
ron's. 8tf
Go to Thayer's for curtains of all
kinds also fixtures. tf.
PERSONALS.
Mrs. Fred Parker, of Sioux City, is
visiting friends in Worthington.
Clerk of Court Carrier is on
thethat
sick list threatened with typhoid fever.
B. H. Bennett, our former foreman,
has returned from an -extended trip to
Illinois, Michigan and New York.
A. J. Manly has left Big Stone Ci
ty, D. T., and gone to Minneapolis to
live. Who goes next?
H. B. Tripp.has left Bigelow and
gone to ltivei ton. Neb. Sorry to lose
Mr. T. from this county.
Mr. Hamblin has taken a position
as assistant to Mr. Turner at the de
pot. He is a good business man and
will no doubt give satisfaction.
llev. Bear, our minister for the com
ing year, arrived here on Saturday, and
occupied the pulpit Sunday. He will
move his family here soon. We wish
him a pleasant year and one that may
result in much god.—Heron Lake
Guardian.
Attorneys Rohrer, of Worthington
and Davidson, of Luverne, went to
Pipestone yesterday to attend court.
Court convened on Tuesday, Judge
Severance presiding*—Rock County
Herald.
Jonathan Ames, now of Carthage.
Missouri, has been spending several
days in this vicinity visiting
friends. He was called to Mankato
last week by the illness of his sonbefore
George, who was taken about two
weeks ago with a violent difficulty
of the bowels. George had been suffer
ing for some time with a lung affection,
from which, with the sudden bowel
difficulty he died and was buried on
Saturday last. He had many friends
here in his old home who will regret his
early demise and who sympathize with
his wife and family.
11. L. Lackor, formerly land agent of
the St. Paul & Sioux City Railroad
Company, has rented the Merchants
Hotel, Corner of Third street and First
avenue north, recently kept by Joe La
mont, until the first of March next,
and is keeping it as a hotel on the Eu
ropean plan. The old barroom is con
verted into a dining room and the old
dining room and kitchen into a laundry.
Mr. Lackor is also engagedrothe com
mercial broker and real estate business.
and mav be found at the office of the
hotel.—Minneapolis Tribune.
Mr. Geo. R. Ames, late bookkeeper
with J. II. Long & Co.. and previously
in the employ of Messrs. R. D. Hub
bard & Co., died in this city on Thurs
day last, of consumption. He was anthe
estimable gentleman, enjoyed Ihe es
teem of many friends and the confidence
of his employers, all of whom testified
their appreciation of his services by
kindly acts during his illness and after
his death. He leaves a devoted wife
and two children.—Mankato Review.
P. BLAINE.
The people of the First Commissioner
District, composed of Graham Lakes.
Mersey, Lorain and Indian Lake, have
brought out P. Blaine, of Hersey, as an
Independent candidate for Commission
er. He is a No. 1 man and popular and
will no doubt be elected. What we
have against him is that last fall he
worked for Dunnell's election. How
ever, if the Dunnell men will support
liim we shall not complain and shall
forgive him what he did last fall. He
would make a capital Commissioner,
at any rate.
FOR COMMISSI NER IN THE FOURTH
DISTRICT.
The committee appointed at the Peo
ple's convention to select a candidate
forCommissioner in the Fourth District
have named Maurice O'llearn, of Grand
Prairie. We are not personally ac
quainted with Mr. O'llearn, but have
beard of him for the past fDnr years as
one of the most successful, driving and
upright farmers in the county. He
isand
well posted in business, and is a good
scholar and penman. From the name
it seems that he is of Irish extraction,
but he was born in the United States
nd has lived in Minnesota since 1856.
Mnd in Nobles county for the past four
years. The people of the Fourth District
want him f«»r Commissioner and weby
doubt not they have made a good choice.
JAMES CO WIN.
The committee appointed at the Peo
ple's Convention to select a candidate
for unmissioner in the Third Dis
have, after full consultation with
the people, selected James Cowin. The
choice is certainly a good one. Mr.count
Cowin i3 one of the most substantial
men in the county. He formerly was
in business at Bigelow, but removed to
Adrian when the branch road was op-ing
to that place. He is noted for his
business promptness, uprightness of
character, and thorough knowledge of
the wants of the county. Moreover, if
elected he will not be owned by some
one else, and will not squander the peo
ple's money to favor Peter Thompson
or any other private interest.
FOR COMMISSIONER IN THE THIRD
DISTRICT.
A. P. MILLER, Esq., Chairman Com:
At the People's Convention held at
Worthington, Oct. 15th, we were ap
pointed a committee to name a candi
date for County Commissioner from
the 3d District. In making the choice
we have consulted many voters, nearly
all of whom are in favor of James Cow
in. We have interviewed Mr. Cowin
and obtained his consent to become a
candidate. Mr. C. is a roan of good
judgment with excellent business
qualifications, besides being one of the
oldest settlers in the county, km wing
the wants of the people. We think he
will make an excellent Commissioner.
In our judgment abetter man for the
offiee could not be found in the district.
We invite the voters of the district
to show their appreciation of the choice
by giving Mr. Cowin arousing vote at
the November election.
F. PORTER and r-««.«.s»»««»
GEO. A. BEIREIS, {Committee.
"Don't know half their value."—
"They cured me of Ague, Biliousness
and Kidney Complaint, as recommend.
I had a half bottle left, which I used
two little girls who the doctors and
neighbors id could not be cured. I
would have lost both of them one night
if I had not given them H«p Bitter.-.
They did them so much good I contin
ued their use until they were cured.
That is why I say you'do not krow
half the value of Hop Bitters, and do
not reccommend them high enough."—
B., Rochester, N. Y. See other column.
Do You SUFFEII from sick or nervous head
ache, iieuralgi'i or sleeples-ne^s If so, do not
riVlay* trusting that in time nature will restore
you, but come at once to our store for Dr
Faust's Genua Cure. For sale by C. W.11,644,
Smith. 40-6m
FOR SALE.
A Filly two and half years old, out
of the Grissell horse, broken to har
ness. Also a good driving mare, now
with foal. DANIEL ROHRER.
Gladstone declares the Irish Land
League an illegal organization. Pretty
ill league just now. it seems, with Brit
ish troops all over Ireland and the lead
ers in prison. It's ill league all.
The Minnesota Legislature, on Tues
day, elected W. Windora TJ. S. Senator
fo' the term ending March 4,1883.
AN INTERESTING ITEM.
Last week's Journal appeals to iU
patrons to "pay up.1' We notice also
the namo of Geo. Ogle appears
editor, the paternal Ogle having gone
to Winnebago City to fill a Methodist
pulpit. And now that the taper has a
gain changed hands, sad theappeal baa
been made to "pay up," wo would sug
gest that the Journal otto* pay its per
sonal tax. Wo have looked up the tax
record of the Journal office, and find
that the tax has never been paid save
for the year 18T7. T.M. GrueUe paid
$16.84 for the year 1877. Hero is themore
rest of the record as it stands on the
books unpaid:
Bell A Gruelle, year 1878,
Gruelle & Lindsay," 1878,
Lindsay, 1879,
Ogles, 1880,
Total, $101.66
This is the Republican organ of No
bles county, tlto organ of the churches,
the spokesman for those classes who as
sume all the regularity and piety of the
community, and yet it has never paid
its personal tax but one year.
Moreover, one of the former proprie
tors of the Journal office, a year or two
the Ogles came into pssession of
it, fired the largest and the most useful
building in Worthington and burned
it to the ground to get an insurance of
$2,500 on the office.
Of course thebulk of this tax accrued,
and the great crime of this party organ
and church organ was committed, be
fore the Ogles came into possession and
they cannot be blamed with that.
The ADVANCE office has paid in per
sonal tax on the office as follows:
For year 1875, $39.40
1876, 31.63
1877, 37.03
1878, 46.49
1870, 35.94
1880, 17.66
Total, $209.05
Thus while the ADVANCE has paid
into the county $209.05, theJournal has
beaten the county out of nearly a hun
dred dollars, if the Ogles pay theirs for
year 1880. Under the Bell—Gru
elle—Lindsay management, it is all
lost. You see, it wta the ring organ,
and while the ring held the county of
fices, they let the ring organ tax go un
collected.
During all these years the special ob
ject of attack and hatred has been the
ADVANCE, for the Journal was start
ed to kill the ADVANCE, and that ob
ject was boldly proclaimed by the poli
ticians and the thieves who started it.
Yet the ADVANCE has gone on con
quering and to conquer has paid its
taxes and all its bills promptly has
never cheated the county nor any indi
vidual out of a cent has never sued a
patron or given them any trouble over
bills they were owing has lost hun
dreds of dollars by leniency toward
grasshoppered and other patrons has
published a good full home paper every
week without fail, even during forty
day blockades has filled orders for job
work promptly and generally before the
parties required it, and in season and
out of season, at all times and at every
opportunity, has spoken a bold word a
gainst political and church corruption
and in favor of freedosi and right.
Let true and just men judge between
us. Let them say who has been true
who has been false.
GUARANTEED TO CURE, Is the Inducement we
offer you to come to our store and buy a bottle
of Dr. Faust's German Cough Syrup, ft Is based
upon chemical law s, and is prepared with the
most scrupulous cave. This medicine is war
niiitei to cure consumption, coughs, colds, sore
throat, bronchitis croup.and nil pulmonary dl-
e.tses. Remember, an ordinary cough leads to
consumption if allowed to continue without re
lief, i'rice Site, one, and SI per bottle. For sale
C. W. Smith. 40-Gni
COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS.
Special meeting at the Recorders of
fice. 8 o'clock P. M.
Present—D. Shell, Pres. Azom
Forbes, Trustee and It. B. Plotts, Re
corder.
Called to order by D. Shell President.
Bill of II. S. Austin returned by
Street Commissioner who brings an ac
per contra making him (Austin)
indebted to the village $1 36. On mo
tion this bill was laid on the tab]* in
definitely.
Bill of It. B. Miller $20.71 for board
prisoner, Jos. llyland, wasread and
ordered paid.
Bill of D. S. Law $3.:0 for sperm oil,
read and ordered paid.
Bill of B. F. Thurber $5.35 carpeuter
work on jail was read and ordered paid.
Bill of It. B. Plotts $17.00 for service
as clerk of elections and making tax
and road lists was read and ordered
paid.
Bill of Hewitt & Martina, street
lamps, repairs, Ac. $15 58, read and on
motion was ordered paid.
Bill of R. D. Barbt»r, Lamp supplier
$1.35 read and on motion was order*
paid.
Bill of C. J. Humiston $4.93 was read
and ordered paid.
Bill of A. P. Miller printing $1.50
read and ordered paid.
Bill of L.B.Bennett $10.50 justice
fees was read and ordered paid.
BillofChas. W. Smith $2.30 was
read and ordered paid.
On motion the Marshal was ordered
to put in execution the law relating to
paying dog taxes that are now delin
quent.
Petition of Peter Thompson and
others for opening a new street was
read and on motion was received and
on motion was laid over till next meet
ing.
On motion, adjourned.
B. B. PLOTTS. Recorder.
WORTHINGTON, Oct. 22,1881.
EDITOR ADVANCE: In last weeks
issue of the ADVANCE the statment
was made that I was to apoint J.
Town as Deputy if elected skirff. I
had not thought of such a thing and I
expect if elected to tend to the bussines
persnaly. J. C. THOM.
The above note is from Mr. Thom,
the straight candidate for sheriff. We
give him the benefit of our columns to
make tbe denial.
LAND NOTICES.
Notice of final proof is given by
Win. CIddley on Homestead Applica
tion. No. 11,191 and additional No.
for the nei sec. 26-104-39. Date
of Proof—Friday, Nov. 25.1881. Wit
nesses—E. Clark, A. Nelson, S. Muck
and Chas. Muck.
Oil cloth, rugs and door mats at
Thayer's. tf.
Portable Sheep *hed for sale cheap.—
Also 40 Merino Rams. Inquire of
[5-St] JOHN ALLEY.
Bologna sausage at Herron's. 8tf
Gilt-edge butter at Herron 's. 8tf
FOR SALE or exchange for plowing,
a few young horses and oxen.
50-tf. E. COOPER.
COUNTY NEWS.
nysHMORE.
A few rains this week. A little
chilly for bathing purposes.
A. G. Seney and lady have gone to
St. Paul.
Charles Griffon will leave for EauriaHoUovoay't
Claire this week.
Threshing will be completed at thehas
Nobles County Farm Tuesday.
Elder Martin will be with us theHollowayhas
coming Sabbath.
E. L. Wemple is giving the Rush-
House a general painting within.
Ac. Ac. Ac.
LORAIN.
Mrs. Busbey has recovered so sheeacshthexsignaturand
could be removed to her home. She
haa been staying with ber son-in-law,
R. A. Firth, during her illness.
G. W. Payne's family have somewhat
recovered.
R. Firth has two barrels of syrup this
year from half an acre of cane. At
50cts. a gallon that is the best crop a
farmer can raise. He has finished husk
ing his corn.
S. S. Morton has let his com to G.
W. Payne to husk on shares. It is one
of the best pieces in the county.
R. Firth raised 53 bushels of potatoes
on quarter of an acre.
R. A. Firth has bought Mr. Guern
sey's milk business and will hereafter
sut p'y Worthington with milk. Wish
him success.
Mr. Rundel has threshed his grain.
Mr. Stokes is hauling lumber for his
new barn.
RANSOM.
S. G. Ferrin has returned from Minn
eapolis, where he has been to purchase
lumber for his and Mr. Nelson's barns.
He reports the mud as being worse
there than here.
George Jay has rented Mr. Dols place
for next year.
Mr. Dexter, of New York, made a
short visit at James Goff. They are
old schoolmates.
Mr. Gibson and Son are threshing in
this neighborhood. They give good
satisfaction.
C. W. W. Dow is building him a
sheep barn 24x64,12 foot posts.
R. Prideaux will remodel his barn.
George and Charley Dow have lost a
bout 50 tons of hay on account of the
rains.
Lewis Larson is building a barn
20x50.
J. P. Asbaugh has taken tbe Gilbert
place to farm again.
Mr. Dewey and Gilbert have their
granery completed.
L. Rowland has his flax cut at last.
J. H. Scott has built him about 80 ft.
more of stabling.
Mr. Klessig has about 40 acres plow
ed. BIDDY.
GRAND PRAIRIE.
We look in vain for items of news.
We have had two days without rain,
which is quite a novelty, but it is now
raining again. All kinds ef farm work
are very backward. Plowing is not
half done and not likely to get finished
this fall if this weather continues. If
the world is coming to an end next
month I sup|o! a it wont make any diff
erence in the next world whether our
plowing is done or not. It is asserted
that the world is to be burned up, but
if it don't stop raining they wont be
able to set fire to anything.
Let us try and win the next election
before the end comes just for the name
of the thing. If we can believe what
people say. Mills and Miller have more
friends in the county than ever before.
They are certain of their election.
I am waiting to see the answer of £.
S. Mills to the effusion of Fred Bloom
in last week's Journal. If the county
records are of any account Mr. Bloom
is simply telling ns what is not so and
and would suppose heought to know it
and he ought also to know that we
would be sure to find out just how
much truth there is in his statement.
And will II. D. Humiston please ex
plain what became of the nine hundred
and ninety-three dollars and fifty cents
which was minus at the time Peter
Thompson took the Treasurer's office?
Mr. Humiston has been repeatedly
asked to explain this and other curious
matters connected wtth the Treasurer's
office during his administration and I
have never yet seen a word in reply.
If he could only get us to forget that
his own records show us that we have
paid about one thousand dollars in
taxes for his shortage, he might stand
some show of getting elected. Any
man who will vote for II. D. Humiston
for a county office either don't know
what he is voting for or else he don't
care. The wonder to most people is
that Humiston was nominated for
any office. 1 have learned that we
don't need to wonder at anything the
old county ring may do. Now before
any one attempts to deny this let them
go and examine the county records. It
will take but five minutes'when at the
court house and then they will know
just what they are talking about-
GRAND PRAIRIE.
Improper medicines only aggravate
human diseases. Don't experiment
with your health. If you don't just
know what ails you, use Brown's Iron
Bitters. It will strengthen you and
assist nature in removing every symp
tom oi disease.
Mrs. Lucy E. McCormick, Covington.
Ky., writes: "My constitution wascom
pletely shattered by rheumatism. 1
suffered intensely stimulants only gave
me temporary relief. 1 tried Brown's
Iron Bitters. It has cured me complete
ly, and I belive permanently. After
using two bottles, I felt better and
stronger than ever I did in all my life
before.
T. Walker, Cleveland, O., writes:
"For the last twelve months I have
suffered with lumbago and general de
bility. I commenced taking Burdock
Blood Bitters about six weeks ago, and
now have great pleasure in stating that
I have recovered my appetite, my com
plexion has grown ruddy, and feel bet
altogether." Price $1.00, trial size
10 Sold by Law's.
A.tercents.
TOO FASTIDIOUS.
Some would-be Byrons look on with disgust
At the rhymes of Kclectric Oil "poet
But we have the bestarncleknown rolhe world,
And intend that all persons shall know it.
It cures coughs, colds. asthma and catarrh,
Bronchitis and complaints of that kind
It does not cost much, though rheumatics it
euros.
Adrian, Minn.
'Tinbast on in the world you can find.
Sold by Law & Son
The cheapest place in the county
Furniture of all kinds is at Thayer's.
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 Hlood Bitters. Price $1.00, trial
size 10 cents. Sold by Law A Son.
An old Woman's Advice.—Aunt Ra
chel, writing to the Cincinnati Enquir
er, says: "When you feel unwell and
think you must take medicine, for goo
ness'sake'got the best.' If you need a
remedy that will mske you regular in
your habits, give you a good natural
appetite, make your skin clear and
smooth, and remove all spots and blem
ishes that indicate illhealth if you
wish to be free from mental depression,
fretfnlneas. peevishness, wakefulness
and other disorders, use Brown's Iron
Bitters.*'
MARRIED.
BAVi-KuNB-On Thursday evening, Oct
at the residence of the brlde'i father, by Bev.
?J.W-
L**31Sifr-
Bralnard,
M'nn.. and Hiss SAHAH of Wor
tatigton.
Ma?b Joy to Joe and his fair bride. They
leave for their home ln Bralnard and the good
wishes of many friends go with them.
POU and Ointment,—The Victo-
of Science.—Domestic Remedies, Steam,
Electric Telegraphs, Printing, dr., have eaeh
had their particular ovation, but the man who
reducedtbe sphereof disease, and alleviated
the sufferings of millions of his fellow beings, is,
to say the least of It. eutltled to our admiration.
expended a life time In the sup
pression of sickness throughout tbe 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 Europe. Asia, At
rlca and America. Hotheis should never be
without a supply.
IMPOBTAKT CAUTION.—None are genuine un
les of J. HATDOCK surrounds
bo of Pills ointment. Boxes at 25c.
6ic and el each.
SVThere Is considerable saving by taking the
larger sizes.
lo-s-ly HOLLOWAT a Co., New York.
See what the druggists say about
Dr. Marshall's Lung Syrup: 'It nev
er fails to cure the worst case of
cough or cold promptly and effectu
ally." Price only 35c and 50c a bot
tle. Sold by all druggists.
MAPS.—We have a supply of Nobles
County Mans framed to hang up. Every
office should have one. No family
should be without this map. Keeps the
baby quiet and smoothes the wrinkles
out of your wife's temper.
FOR SALE.
ONE FINE BLOODED
JERSEY BULL,
Age Two Years. Also 15 head 2 year-old
Steers.
Will sell for cash only. Apply to
l-2m A. G. SKNEY, Kushmore. Minn.
A Superior Article of
Amber Cane Syrup,
MANUFACTURED BY
The subscriber ln packages of five, ten, twen
ty or fifty gallons. Address
6-4w 1. N. WALDEN, Bigelow, Minn.
ISAAC SMALL,
General Insurance and Collecting A
gent.
Money to loan on Beal Estate Security. No
wait!ng wi or 90 dyys. Money paid as sooii as se
curity is approved of.
OFFICE—On Main Street, next to Rice's Drug
Store,
s-9ly ADRIAN, MINN.
Farm for Sale.
1C0 Acre Farm within one mile of Worthing
ton. Inquire at this office. fo-tf
For Sale.
The 9*K of Section 6, Town 102. Range 41. For
terms apply to A.tt SENEY,
47-3m Rushmore. Minn.
New Millinery.
Mrs. P. A. DeWOLF,
Wishes to Inform the Ladies of Worthington
?n.d.?urroun,,l, country that she has opened a
Millinery Store first door north of the iv«t Of
fice, 011 loth street, where will be kept constant
ly on hand in the
Latest Styles,
All things pertaining to the Millinery line.
Your patronage respectfully solicited. 4-ly
DRESS MAKING.
I am prepared to do
Dress and Cloak Making
In the latest styles. Also to manufacture
Hair Switches.
MISS EMMA CURTIS.
Room—First Door North of Dr. Barber's Drug
8tore. Mm
CRAY' S SPECIFI E I I N E
MADE MARK The Great TRADE MAR*
English Reme
dy. An unfail
ing cure for Se
minal Weak
ness, Sperma
torrhea, Impo
tency. and all
Diseases that
follow as a se-
*rrCR TAIHI.AbuT us LosstEFORE Taime
of Memory, Universal Lassitude. Pain in the
Back, Dimness of Vision, Premature old age,
and man) other Diseases that lead to Insanity
or Consumption and a Premature Grave.
49*Full particulars in our pamphlet, which
we desire to send free by mall to every one.
49*Thc Specific Medicine is sold by all drug
gists at ft per package, or six packages for #5,
or will be sent free by mail on receipt 01 the mo
ney. by addressing
The GRAY MEDICINE Co
No. IOSMHin street. BUFFALO,TN. Y.
Sold by Law & Son. Worthington.
10-8-ly
A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER PUB
LISHED EVERY THURSDAY
AT
Worthington, Minnesota.
JLXJOL*
JOB-WORK
NEATLY AND PROMPTLY
Executed at the
Advance Office
CARDS,
BLANKS,
CIRCULARS,
POSTERS,
BILL-HEADS,
LETTER-HEADS
TERMS—$2 a year $1 for six
months 50 cents for three months, in
advance.
Address
a A A N O
Worthington, Minnesota.
Soft coal on track at Worthington at
the following prices: Car load lots,
$4 80. By the ton. $5 10.
H. C. SHEPARD & Co.
The Misses Stubbs, have located on
4th Avenue, opposite the School House,
and will do Laundry and Dress Making.
Give us a call. 6-3w.
Fresh Milk Cow for Sale. Nice
large cow. Short Horn. Also Bull Calf
6 ms old. Cumberland Chief stock. In*
quire of Dr. Clippenger. 6-tf.
JMen of Eminent Ability.
Scholars and chemists have devoted year* of
time and skll ful labor that they might In a
measure relieve hum suffering. Dr Faust's
German Aromatic Wine is the result of the niont
patient and careful experiments, it prepared
with the most scrupulous e»re from pure Grape
Juice, and the choicest Krults. Hoots and Herbs,
and stands pre-eminently without an equal for
the use of ladles suffering from private disor
ders, aged or feeble and debilitated persons.and
those recovering from the effects of exhausting
disease, mental or physical overwork. Guaran
teed to promote digestion. Invigorate and give
new and permanent vital force. In no way can
|t be used as an Intoxicant Aak Druggist*. For
s»tob*C. W. smith. to-em
NHW ADVERTISEMENTS.
FOR COMMISSIONER.
Please announce the nam* of J. W. BEAD, of
Summit Lake, aa an Independent Candidate for
County CoumlMlooer in the Second District.
MAHT cmzaaa.
CANDIDA TE FOR SHERIFF.
The undersigned announces himself aa an In
dependent CandMate for Sheriff of Nobles eouu
ty before the people. CHAS. CHASE.
ATTENTION CARPENTERS.
Sealed proposals win be received at the office
Of the Cterk of School DMrict No. 40, of Nobles
county. Minn, until FWUAT, SKFTBMBEB 3(lth.
iSl1' *or furulnmln* aUI materials ant doing all
the labor required to build and complete a
PM»to*» ^_ SCHOOL BOARD,
GnutMPrairie, NoblesCo., Minn.
FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT.
The undersigned respectfully announces that
he Is a candidate for the office of SITPBIUNTEND
BKT OF SCHOOLS, subject to the will of the peo
V**- M. A. DOANlE
ANNOUNCEMENT.
The undersigned respectfully announces to
the people of Nobles county that he Intends to
be a candidate for the office of SUKKHINTEND
BUT or ScnooLs. u-
5 1
S S S E
A. F. IIOUST.
Announcement.
1 6
re»Pef»'uHyannounces
to the
people of Nobles county that he will be a candl
date for re-election to the office of COUNTT A
DITOR. He tenders sincere thanks for past fa
vors,and hopes to receive and will endeavor to
merit a continuation of their confidence and
""dness. ,j.
8 8
a
ANNOUNCEMENT.
Itk?hh7.££&ne£"SfPeeMaRrannounces that
.}° •£*candidate. In the com
5^«SiecUo,* r.
of
Clerk of the District
Court. [048] L.B.BBSKBTT.
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
NOTICE OF EXPIRATION OFREDEMP
TION.
rH«£eIiSt^!*rdV*w^
on
t#,,«52°",,i r*°:ulre
0
ft5£,ldg,.ne,,j£"£.red
1 A
township 102.
range 411. No. of acres, wo. Amount sold lot,
?J?i™ "-e«.*altyaiid Costs. 12. To!
redeem. *24.27. Taxes
of 1878 and costs and interest, •Jl.iff.
S
S
A 0
1 re
Nobles Miun.
PeteL Stodard, Dewald Township:CO.
». Ml
',
"s«Ji*trict
Pursuant to the
in
Court in
the County of Nobles State of Minnesota, on the
.it^Hiii'
I879. "e la»d Hereinabove
4
a a
i£kM.I5&°?iM,e
was sold f-.r
l^u
September. 1*79,
£1 r«!h.itKh?tlme ?.f, redemption from said sale,
allowed by law, will expire on the loth day of
Decembetr, 1881, or wiriX.. HO days after service
S •dditioii to the amount abuve
stated, as necessary to redeem from said sale
the cost of service of this notice must be paid
together with such Interest as may accrue from
and nfter this date.
Witness my hand and seal at Worthington in
*aW county of Nobles, this 10th day of October,
Mfr E. S. MILLS, County Auditor.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE BY AD
VER TISEMEN T.
DEFAULT
has he«'n made in the conditions
of a curtain mortgage executed and deliv
-red by G?orge W. Payne and Helen Payne, his
wife. Mortgagors, to Silas lliilman. Mortgagee,
dated the 24 th day of April. A. D. W«, and re
Corded as a mortgage in the office of the Kegis
w'of Deeds of the countyof Nobles in the State
Minnesota, on the 4th lay of May, A. D. 1876
atl. o'clock a. m., In book "B" of Mortgages!
on page w, on which there is claime 1 to be Idue
at the date of this notice, the amount of Six
Hundred and Sixty-Two Dollars, for principal
and interest, and *ll.5o f-r taxes paid upon said
mortgaged laud by the mortgagee since the ex
ecu:i-ii, making in ail the sum of $703. «. and
no action or proceeding has been instituted at
law or in equity to recover the debt secured by
said mortgage or any part thereof.
The said mortgage, and the note thereby se
eured, and 1 he claim for taxes paid a aforesaid,
was Huly assigned by an instrument thereof,
duly executed anI delivered by the said Mlas
llillmaii, mortgagee, to John C. Berg, dated the
iltli day of September, A. D. 18S1, and recorded
in said office of the Register of Deeds on the 5th
day of October, A. D. 1881, at 2*4 o'clock p. m.
lu luiok "K" of Mortgages on pages A3 and 294.
Notice is hereby eiven, that by virtue of a
power of sale contained in said mortgage, and
of the statue In such case made and provided,
the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of
the mortgaged pren ises therein described,
which sale will be made at the front door of the
Court House in the village of Worthington in
the county of Nobles and State 01 Minnesota, at
public auction by the sheriff of said county, 011
Friday, the 25th day of November, 1881,
At ten o'clock ir. the forenoon to satisfy the a
mount which shall then be due on sail mort
gage, with the interest thereon, and costs and
expenses of sale, and Twenty-Five Dollars at
torney's fees, as stipulated in said mortgage in
case of foreclosure.
The premises described In said mortgage, and
so to be sold is that piece or parcel of land situ
ated in the county of Nobles and Mate of Min
nesota, and known and described as follows, to
wit:
The east half of the southeast quarter of sec
tion twenty.eight O in township one hundred
and three (P'3) in range thirty nine contain
ing eighty acres of laud.
Dated October 13th, 18S1.
JOHN BERG.
Assignee of Mortgagee.
EMORT CLARK. Attorney of Assignee.
First pub Oct. 13. 181!.
Last pub. Nov. 24, 18*1.
O A FORBCLOSUIIK S A E
DEFAULsuhaving
been made in the payment
of the of Ninety Kidit and 62-100
Hollars, which is claimed to be due at the date of
this notice upon a certain mortgage, dul execut
ed an 1 delivered by Jacob Diereks and Metia
Diereks, m"rtj:agors. to Sarah M. Plummer,
mortgagee, bearing date the •:. th day of April.
A. D. 1K78, and duly recorded in the office of
the Register of Deeds in and for the County ol
Cobles,and State of Minnesota, on the 30th day 1
April. A. D. 1878, at 9 o'clock a. m., in
Book "B" of mortgageson page -W. and whereas
said mortgagee has paid the sum of thirty six
(tt-lou dollars for taxes due and delinquent on
said land so mortgaged:
And no action or proceeding at li or other wis
havine been instituted to recover the debt se
cured by said mortgage, or any part thereof:
Now, therefore*, notice is hereby given that by
virtue of a power of sale contained in said mort
gage, and pursuant to the statute in such case
made and provided, the sai I mortgage will be
foreclosed, and the premises described in am!
covered by said inor-gage, viz:
The east half of Hie northeast quarter of sec
tion Fourteen (14), township one hundred and
three (10. range Forty (*»). Nobles County, and
State of Minnesota, with the hereditaments and
appurtenances:
Will lie sold at public auction, to the highest
bidder for cash, to pay said debt and interest and
Twenty-Five Dollars, Attorney's fee, as stipulat
ed inan.t said mortgage in case of fnrelosnre,
and the disbursements allowed by l:w which
sale will be made by the Sheriff of said county,
at the front door of the Court House in the vil
lagc of Worthington, in said County and State,
on
The 4th day'of November, 1881,
At 10 o'clock A- M-, of that dav.
Dated September 21st. A. D. 18sl.
SARAH M. PLUMMKB, Mortgagee.
DANIEL KOHRI K, Att'y for Mortgagee,
1st pub. Septemltcr 22, 1881.
I«ast pub. October 27, 1881.
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everything! Over 400 pages, price *1.50. A
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INSURANCE.
We represent the following Insurance Com
panies:
Connecticut Fire, of Hartford, Capital, #1.000,000
American Fire, of Philadelphia, #400,000
Springfield Fire and Marine, of Spring
field, Mass.. oldest company in IT. §.. 750,000
Cerman, of Freeport, a 0,000
Continental, of New York, I.'W.OOO
Policies written and delivered at the Bank of
Worthington.
We Issue against Fire or Lightning at lowest
rates.
Vo Policy and Survey Fee
is Charged by Us.
Thos. H. Parsons & Co.
MS-tf
BANK
OP
Worthington.
Thos. H. PARSONS & Co
(Successors to ELIMU SMITH A Sow,
liaukers.)
Municipal Securities,
Real Estate Loans,
Collections,
Discounts,
I«ifeand Fire Insurance,
Land,
Passage Tickets each way between
Purrs in Europe and New York
including Railroad Tickets
between New York and
the West for sale.
We Issue Drafts on New York, Chicago aa* BV
Paul pay Interest on Time Deposits and
furnish call depositors with Bev
enue StampedChecks and Ex
change Faas or CuAjtua.
We propose to deal
Fairly, Honorably & Liberally
With all and solicit a share of your patronage.
THOS. H. PARSONS,
President
C. T. POPE, Cashier. 47-tf
F.J. Porter.
TiFirru
DEALER IV
Lumber, Shingles,Fni
Lath, Sash, Doors, Building Paper,
Grl*aill of all kinds,
Hard and Soft Coal & Wood
Constantly on hand.
Parties wanting anything In my line will And
it to their advantage to give me a call before buy
ing elsewhere.
Wiil take neat stock in trade.
OFFICE—On Main street,
Adrian Ullna
7-8-ly
JamesCowin,
DEALER IN
LUMBER,
Shingles, Lath, Sash, Doors, Building
Paper, Mouldings, Etc.
Brick, Lime, Plastering-Hair.
GRAIN and FEED.
Will not be undersold.
OWICE—On First Street
ADRIAN MINN.
8-23-ly.
S. S. HEWITT.
Watchmaker and Jeweler.
Watches. Clocks and jewelry for sale and re
paired 011 short notice. Ah kinds of watches.-.
Koukford watches a specialty.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
At Miller & Smith's Drug Store.
Worthington, Minn.
8-25-ly.
HOTELS.
McManus House.
Near the St. Paul & Sioux City Railroad Depot
J. McMANUS, Proprietor.
This House is First Class in all its appoint.
ments, ami its location is convenient to the tUlU
road Depot, and the business portiou of th*
Towu.
Best Barn in this part of tbe
State.
WORTHINGTON, MINN.
6.33-iy
WORTHINGTON HOTEL.
Only First-Class Hotel in Town.
Good Sample Rooms.
Livery Stable Connected with the Houm.
WOKT1I1NGTON, MINN.
Daniel Shell, Propriettr.
[38-ly.l
RUSHMORE HOTEL
E. L. WEMPLE, Proprietor.
This Is a new Hotel recently opened on the
Worthington & Sioux Fallsrailroad. Plrst-elase
iccommodations and everv attention shows to
guests. Good hickeu and duck shooting In the
vicinity.
GoodStabling & First-ClassLivery.
RUSHMORE, MINN.
7-40-ly
OFFICERS.
JOSEPH CHADWICK,
Register of Deeds,
Worthington, Noble* County, Minn.
H.i* the only coinideto sut of Abs'.ran Hooka
•n tlw anuitv.
Will fui nish .infract* of title, pay taxes for
•loji-res'ulcnis, |[-t»'ure land psleiiM. etr
Keops a supply of Blank i)e'ds,elc. tJlrese*.
•eel :l itt-iiii to executing and ackuowledg
n« li"ds. Mortgages, etc Correspondence *o
tei [6-I4ly
Allen M. Chaney*
COUNTY SURVEYOR.
Will attend promptly to all orders,
curately executed. P. O. address. Boa
thlngton, Minn. fU»-fr-
ATTORNEYS.
EMORT CLARK,
ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW.
OFFICE—Opposite Court nouse, over Barlow'a
Store.
Worthington, Minn.
7-»-ly
L. S. NELSON.
Attornc-at-La w.
Beal Estate and Insurance Agent.
Specialty In collecting Doub ful Claima.
OFFICE—Main street opposite postoflice.
Adrian, Minn.
MMy
GEO. W. WILSON,
Attorney-at-J.aw.
OFFICE—In Harlow Building, up stairs.
WOBTHINGTON, MINN.
8.3&-ly
PHYSICIANS.
PHYSICIAN ds SURGEON.
Special attention given to Surgery and tM
treatment of Female Diseases having had leu
years* experience.
Also Surgeou of the SiouxCity* St. Paul and
WortbiugtouftSioux Falls Railroads.
Supplied with full eases of Surgicaland Obrtet
fteitl Instruments, and fracture :tpidiane«s.
OFFICE—At residence,corner of Fourth Ave
nue and Eleventh Street,
WORTHINGTON. MINN.
[3 44-ly.

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