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A. Oa of W•
Wortlilngti Lodge No «5 meets every alter
^ate^Fridaj evening. B. B./WTT8, Master
K. F, ndcnAN, Recorder.
•EGULAB COMMUNICATIONS of Fraternl
1 ty Lodge, No. 101, A. F. A A. M. at Masonle
Hall in Worthlngton on the
1st and 3d Mondays In each
In each mcnth.
I. P. Dutrn, W. M.
B. B. PLOTTS, See.
VlONB of Uvlng Arch Chap
ter, No.28.K -. A.\ M. *. at Ma
sonle Hall on the 4th Monday
NOBLES COUNTY OFFICERS.
AUDITOR—E. 8. Mills.
BBOISTSR or DEBUS—B. F. Johnson.
coo• or PROBATE—I. P. Durfee.
CLSRK or CODUT—L. B. Bennett.
Saiuvv—K. B. Miller.
COOMT COMMISSIONER—I. P. Dutfee.
CSOWTT ATTOKHET—L. M. Luige.
•etnrrr SURYETOB—W. A. Peterson,
./ w»»i icwmtMPiT-A. OampbelL
let—F. Blaine, of Hersey.
IMsfrfef—Kail Oraf. of Wlllmont.
Co win. of Adrian.
Parry, of Little Book.
Shell. Worthlngton, Oh'n.
ARMIJAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS
Northe^i (daHy) 13:18a.m.
3:25 p. m.
11:00 p. ni.
St. Baal and Bast
Eastern B. C. It. & N.
Weslwa—Worthlngton & Sioux Falls,
Round Lake. Saturdays
Northern (dally) 3:2ft a. m.
do to it. Paul and beyond 25
Eastern B. C. B. &N. 3:30 a. in.
Wwitem—'Worthlngton & Sioux Falls 4:4*.
S at a 1
carried by day trains close 30 minutes
WW departure. All others at 9 o'clock in.
wee hours from 7 a. m. to 9 m. Sundays
to 9 a in and 12 to 1 p. m.
my orders* issued anl letters registered bo
il o'clock am and 8 m.
K. D. BAUBER, R. M.
ABBIVAL AND DEPAKTUTTE OF TRAINS.
StOt'X CITT A ST. PAUI. TIME CARD.
NO. 1 PASSENGER.
Lmiveflt Paul at -7.10 a.m.
Wortliington, at 3.\'3 n. m.
].• rrive at Sioux City, at 7.2ff p. m.
Ieave8t. Paul at 3:50
Arrive at Worthlngton nt 1:52 am
At.nt&louxCity at 4:15am
NO. 2. PASSENGER
..-Leave Slnux crty at
fii 5 Wortliington, at
'Arrive at St. Paul, at
11:-VI a. m.
8:25 p. in.
NO. 4 PASSKNOBR.
l^ave Sioux City at
Arrive at Worthlngton at
Ar. at St. Paul at
(Jolng East—Leaves Wortliington nt 3:?S p. in.
Co r.g West—Leaves Worthiiigton at 2:40 p.m
WOBTHINQTON AND SIOUX FALLS B. B.
vf Oolnff JSkut—
j' LeMres Sioux Falls at 9-.W a. m.
I Arrives at Worthlngton il 38 a m.
Lenves Worthlngton 3 35 p. m.
AfTatSlonx Falls, c, io
E E. WARHKN, Agent.
B. c. R. N. TIME TABI.E.
il 13Sfng North—Accommodation arrives at 9:00
WL' J3W*South—Accoinmolation leaves at 7:30
.. E. E. WARRBN, Agent.
I C. N. W. TIME TABLE.
Iittre for Clilcasro 8
35 p. m.
Ulra at 6 35 a. in. a 5 25 p. m.
ft. ^nne of arrival:
I Trsm the East, 630am*5 25pm
sj[ JTtm the West, 8 05 am* 630pm.
nib medicine, combining Iron with para
IlMaejm md Urrr.
ible tonics, quickly and completely
DyRpeiMliu IndlsMttoa, Wnunta,
Iwmn Blwd, HriarlsiCkUhMl Frnn,
iralllng remedy far Diseases of the
It Is invaluable for Disease* peculiar to
Women. Mid all who lend sedentary lives.
It doc* not injure the teeth, lieadachc,or
It enriches and pnrif.es the blood, stimulates
the appetite, aids the assimilation of food, re
lieve* Ilcartbhrn and Belching, and rtrcngth
ons the muscles and nen-cs.
For Intermittent Fevers, Ijoitudc, Lack of
Tn«rgr, Ac., it has no equal.
*9* The genuine has above trade mark and
llnard realises on wrapper. Take no other.
Mi airtf Baow* rnxxKAL to, uiTimai, a a.
J. H. JOHNSON,
•anafaeUrsr of and Dealer la 41 kinds of
BOOTS and SHOES.
'tte- Daddies, Harness,
itostem werk and Bepairlnglu both branches
.V Uitncw. ___
Pth!? *eet, WorthiDgton,.Minn.
AK D-KEMDESCE—1n the Chase House 011
v?atfcer, ](etfceT, and Three Cisters Dead/
Mr. David Clavpool, formerly Sergeant
at-Arms oftlioNew ereey Senate, and now
Jsvtary l^ubiic at CetJarvUle, Cunikerlnnd
Co., N, makes llio following startling
iMatopent: "My father, mother, and three
#ixtors all ilied itl» consumption, and my
lungHWcrcsoweak Iraued blood. Kobodjr
(lioiiulit could live. Hy work (ship
aiiMthiug) was very straining on me with my
and 1 wan rapidly coins
to the grave. While in this oomlution
nod it saved my
difficult to gct ltin thia little place, and I
had Improved ja much, lafcwpN taking it
fur A timcL and lb MeuH that 1 have
gUishler's Herb Bitters,
lile. Becaaae it waa 00
4 •mmenced going repidly dotra lull again,
tiomehow, MiehTer's ll«rb Bitters pvea
Vppetite and atiwgthcnaand btdldame up
aa nothing else do^s, and I must hare a
doaen bottles at onoe^ Use tliis commu
nication as von please, nnd if any one wants
4o bo convinced of Ita troth, let tliem write
ine and I will make affidavit to it, for I
•owe thy liie tu Mishler^ Herb Bitters.M
Theaecret of the almoet invariable relief
end care of consumption, tiyventery, diar.
rhcea, d\spepda, iudigdlinL kidney and
(liver complaints, when lushler*a Herb
IBtlmb nssd, is that It
'harmlsafc and yet powerfel ingredientsL
thait act on tho biood, kidi^Ta, and livet^
and throogh thew stre^tbens.aiid intigw
ntn tho wholo ^ste«Q. Purely vegetable
initacompoeUiatr preiiared by* r^gtdar
jihyeiciiin a standard: medidnal preMra-
~'v£ 4' V'
woarniMOTOii. MM. AUGUST 20. 1985
The AOTAMCIISfurnished at #1 80 a year to
Clubs often or more. Clubs of ten for slimonths
75 eents for eaeh subaerlber.
The Worthlngton ASVANOSis the OOlcial Pa
Village of Wortfcington,
U. S. Land Office*
Parties desiring to keep posted In any public
matter relating to Nobles county must have the
Today wo Issue No. 52, closing up
volune thirteen of the ADVANCE and
begin next week on volume Fourteen.
We need not again remind our read
ers that the
mada a long
and a strong pull, and has won a meas
ure of success considerably beyond the
average country newspaper.
After all, the time seems short since
we set foot in Wortliington, on the 29th
day of April, 1872, but we have seen a.
county of over 5,000 people form around
us, scores of towns grow into nerve
centres over this part of the State, rail
roads penetrate in all directions like so
many arteries and veins, and the South
west come to the front as the Garden
Spot of the Stat*, with* thousands of
flocks and herds cropping the prairies
and millions of bushels and tons of our
products going oat to tho markets of
Tho country is now drilled and equip*
ped for a grand march forward.
Mr. Merritt. the new band teacher,
has taught 108 different bands.
The Worthingtou schools open one
week from next Monday.
Surveyor Peterson has sold lot 1, bl.
41, ou 3d Ave., to E. Wicklund.
The chicken season opened on the
15th and nlready most of our tables are
supplied with tender and juicy birds.
Real Estate Agent Barclay, of Sib
ley, has sold 7,000 acres of land in No
bles county this season.
About 40 of Harry Herron's young
friends gave him a birth day party on
Saturday night last.
H. E. Torrance has returned from a
trip to Chicago where he went to lay
in his fall stock of goods.
A good heavy work team, young,
sound and true.
Enquire at Lake House barn. 62-tf
Prairie chickens are said to be scarce
within a radius of 5 or 6 miles of Wor
The atmosphere for a day or two past
has had a silvery and mellow cast, sim
ilar to that of the "Summerland."
McDowell expects to open the skat
ing rink as soon as the nights become a
The funeral services over the remains
of O. L. Lindquist were held yesterday
at the Swedish Lutheran Church.
We learn that one Worthlngton boy
cut another boy's finger off the other
day with a jack knife. Boys is boys.
Threshers and farmers are requested
to report the yield of wheat, oats, flax,
etc., for publication, aa fast as obtain
The "roasting ear" season is upon
us and everybody is feasting on green
corn. We have a month yet before
frost and the splendid corn crop of this
season will forever settle the "corn
question" for this country.
Geo. Bullis, of Indian Lake, dropped
up stairs Monday and laid down a
string of prairie chickens. He inform
ed us that his "boy" sent them to our
"boy." tiis boy arrived safely on Fri
day last, the l4Lb. and kicks the beam
at about 9 lbs. Congratulations.
Jackson Tharpe stacked 13 acres of
»liay on Friday last with, two men and a
boy to help. He uses a "go-devil" of
his own make for gathering and stack
ing the hay, and "pitches" only, to top
The number of farm machines sold
in Nobles county this season would
astonish eastern "folks." One of our
Worthiiigton dealers, Henry Davis, has
sold 81 so far, as follows, all McCor
8 harvesters, 7 self-binders, 36 Daisy
reapers. 1 Imperial combined reaper
and 29 mowers.
F. S. Pent seer, one of the agents of
Frederiksen & Co., arrived on Tuesday
night over the Burlington escorting a
party of land seekers from Wilton, la.
The names of the parties are, W. W.
Rogers. J. P. Rogers, W. Stoltenberg,
A. McMurphy, p. R. Kgers, Suel Ne
gus, and Herman Nolte. The* last
named two are accompanied by their
wives. Yesterday Mr. Aagaard. the
local ajrent, took the party out to se
The Werthingten Band has secured
the services of a teacher, C. Merritt. of
Fidelity, 111. They hope to retain Mr.
M. for several months.
By-the way, the band is showing the
pluek and persistence which augurs
success and the boys should be encour
We hope to see that band stand in
the park with a numlier of rustic seats
tinder the -trees. Our people could
have a "pic-nic" several nights in each
week during the summer.
FOR SAKE AT THIS OFKICK.
has due on advertis
ing and is prepared to sell chcap fw
Several Sewing Machines.
One Winona Mower.
One Bradley and Furst Swing Beam
One Morrison & Fav Sulky Plow,
and other goods.
Call aud inquire.
The Premium List of the Seventh
Annual Nobles County Fair was issued
In a good shape from this office 011 Mon
day 111 a neat pamphlet Now let ev
erybody begin to select what they will
bring to the Fair and come determined
to make it a success and have a good
See ad. of Sale of 8tate Lands on
Thursday, Oct. 8th.
MCCOBMICK STEEL HARVESTER AND
Those desiring Jo purchase IIAR
will do well to
call and examine McCormick's liue of
Machinery before purchasing else
where. On exhibition with
40-2m II. DAVIS.$
For Sale, fine residence lots in Clary's
J. P. MOCLTON.
CARPET WKAVKR.—inquire for Mrs
JaAobsou, ou lake shore,'below Melho.
dist Church. 39-lm
Chattel Mortgage Blanks. A fresh
lot of Chattel Mortgage blanks just
printed aud for sale at the AovASpc
This is the same form used lieretofore,
approved by our attorneys and bankers,
aud improved as to type and press work.
CiilJ uud get supply.
Karl Kteinpell, editor of the Dakota
Duetsche Zeitung, published at Sioux
Falls,'made us several pleasant calls a
few days ago. He has a good field for
a German paper and will make a suc
S. V. Holstein, of Alma, Wis., is
here looking to bis crops on his Bound
Lake farm. He has about 80 acres of
Azom Forbes and family returned
from a fortnights visit to Ottawa, 111.
lion. August Peterson, the new re
ceiver of the land office* is in towii get
ting the run of the office aud will take
charge Sept. 1.
Mrs. Dean leaves today for a visit to
her daughter at Mandan, Dak.
Miss Eva Oaks returned Tuesday
from a visit to relatives at Huntley
W. S. Starr is up from Kansas City
on his annual visit to his farm, the for
mer Eggleston place.
B. H. Bennett has gone to Faribault
and St. Paul to visit friends.
D. C. Holmes, missionary of tho Am.
S.S.Union, called briefly yesterday.
He has been attending our county S.
S. Convention.—Rock Rapids Review.
Mrs. J. II. Johnson and her son Guy,
came over from Wortliington on Sat
urday last and have been spending the
week in town, much to the gratifica
tion of her many friends here. 'J. II.'
has been off visiting friends in Wiscon
sin, and his better half took advantage
.of the occasion to make us all glad with
her presence during his absence.—
The Frankfort, Ky. Capital, of Aug.
8tli, says of one of the Werthington
The Wortliington, (Minn.) Advance
announces in its last issue, the election
of Kate Kaitr Jones, of this city, to
teach the first intermediate in that city
for the next school year. Mrs. Jones
is a most estimable ItAy, thoroughly
competent, and will make many friends
in her new home.
A new blncksmith shop within ten days. Mr.
Kau tcli, of Hudson, Iowa, is the man. Bring on
your work as they claim he is an expert.
Grade Wernple is up at the Falls visiting
And now the farmers are busy, indeed, all
oats, barley, wheat, etc., are cut, aud flax is
now the business for the next six weeks, as
there are huudreds of acres to cut.
The large scales for the Peavey & Co. ware
house have arrived. Next thing I presume, the
Flax buyers are polishing up and setting
redely for business, which will be very soon.
Harvesting all done except some late flax.
The present outlook for acorn crop Is very
J. W. Shaw has started hts thresher. He
threshed one load of oats that yielded 36 bush
els. Amos Jenkins started bis machine this
week aud threshed some oats.
W. T. Jones has sold a half Interest In his
machine to B.C Evens.
J. T. Greene had 36i rods of mole ditch dug
John Garvey came from Rochester a fewdays
ago, and will help Will and Mike with their har
Fine stacking weather. Stacking seems to be
about half done.
Faragher Bros, have bought a new steain
thresher and will make the straw fly iu a few
J. T. Greene's new barn is nearly completed,
except the painting.
Mr. Leece and daughter, of Jewell Co., Kan
sas, are visiting friends here. They raport
crops very good in their state.
Mrs. Ingalls, nee Christine Evans, of Sioux
Falls, Is visiting at her father^ B.
Mrs. N. Crandall Is visiting Mrs. R. Firth this
Stacking has begun and harvest is over, and
ono of the best ciops Minnesota ever turned
A. E. Tuttle began threshing on Wednesday
last for Col. Mat
J. S. Firth and Thomas Selby started up their
thresher ou Wednesday l«st.
The Hol9tcin bull of Wm. Firth Is at home
now and parties wishing to use him should call
S. S. Morton and son are still putting up hay.
They have up now between 100 and 200 tons.
The Sunday School in the Larson district is a
success. Come one and all and make it as pleas
ant as you can.
Everybody harvesting. The barley Is all cut
and some ol it stacked. Most of the farmers are
Crops are all good in this part this year.
G. T. Bulick started hi3 thresher about the
IEtb of Aug. His new twine binder is all the go,
and everybody wants hiiu to cut their grain.
It has been so warm.
ior the oast two weeks
that some of our farmers had to "lay by" in the
heat of the day, but we have not heard of any
bad effects from the heat.
James Mililngton, who has been on the sick
list for some time, is now convalescent.
Our school closed the 31st of July with a grand
picnic, and everybody went home happy as
clams. Credit Bhould be given to Miss Payne
for tryin^to make it a grand success.
Everywhere we see the grain stuck* dotting
John Mock got his new threshing irachlne
Friday aud tried It right off by threshing some
The trustees of School Dist. 66 held a meeting
the otiier day about hiring a teacher. They
decided to hire one on or before the first of next
month, and to pay about $25 a month for a good
teacher. We have between 25 and 30 scholars.
Aug. Lais lost the other day his best horse.—
Also John Mock lost one.
A little girl arrived at the house of Jos. Balk
enol last Tuesday.
Mr. E. Brown, qf Stillwater, is up here, look
ing after his landraterest.
Several Adrian boys were out here Sunday
playing base ball and hunting.
From the News:
Bids for the new school house were opened
last MoiidayeveniiiK and the contract awarded
to H. J. ISorgert, for #1,783. Some ton or twelve
bids were presented. Mr. Bor^ert's being about
#JO I«wer th.tn any of the others.
George MrV.ert and wife, living about 3 miles
west, had the misfortune to lose two of their
bright little children wl.li that dread disuase.
di|tlrheri i. a llttlft jrirl and boy. Tlie little clrl
die last Friday and the boy yesterday morn
ing. We did not learn their names or ages. The
family have the sympathy of the cutire conuiiu
ni'y in their sad affliction.
HOBBIES OF TIIB IIYGIKNISTS.
There were several doz?n of the ly
gienists in cotincil, each with his indi
vidual hobby. Each thought all the
others were wrong. Each was sure
that his own hobby was the correct
one. A gentleman present said he had
taken Brown's Iron Bitters for dyspep
sia and delrlity, and, thotijrh he didn't
want to make a fuss about it, he knew
the use of this great tonic to be better
than all the notions he had heard ad
vanced in the council. One practical
cure is worth thousands of guesses aud
notions. ^Thousands -of happy conva
lescents Speak gratefully of Brown's
There will be an Ice Cream & Black
berry social oh Thursday »ve of this
week at Good Templars1 Hall, given by
the W. C. T. U. for the benefit of Dan
iel's Itaud. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to all.
Thanks to Milan Doane for a bushel
of "rtmsting eara," and to C. Wiikin
son for a mess of Lima beans. This
kind of food is a little "radical but by
mixing in a few "conservative" arti
cles like elieese, we manage to keep up
an equilibrium. Bring tliem in.
The best medical authoritie'h ao
khowiedge thogreafc valua of AyerV
Cathartic Fills, and frequently pre
scribe their use with the utmost confi
dence, well knowing that they are the
most effectual remedy *vw devised f«r
diseases caused by derangements of the
stomachy liver and bowels.
See ad. of Geo, G. Dax, the new Bige
»Oi Fridaylast the
had a pleasant drive and visit to the
Roche Farm, near Round Lake station.
We were oonrteously received by Supt.
Boardman and tendered the freedom of
the farm. It makes us "home sick"
to be a farmer to see a farm like this
one. Mr. Roche has expended $100,000
or more on the farmland is just fairly
started. Here is a house which seems
like a hotel at a summer resort, here
are magnificent horse barns, cattle
barns, pig barns, chicken barns, dog
kennels, etc., and we found W. H.
Bigelow, the bnilder. on the ground,
or in the lake, rather, building a large
boat house. Here are blooded horses,
blooded cattle, blooded sheep, blooded
hogs, blooded chickens and blooded
dogs, with nbout every facility and
convenience that art aud money can
supply. Roche's is no doubt the cost
liest and best equipped farm this side
We drove by Round Lake station
and called a minute on merchant Bar
ber, whom we found stocking up for
the fall trade.
During the next three Weeks I will
sell my Dry Goods, Winter-wear, Ilats,
Caps, Boots, Shoes, etc., at cost prices.
52-2w. GEO. G. DAX.
O L. Lindquist died on Monday last
at his farm in Bigelow township. Dr.
Kenyon, who attended him during his
illness, informs us that he was taken
first with sciatic rheumatism, whieb
developed into fever and ended In
blood poisoning. He was sick about
three weeks, Mr. Lindquist was one
of the most energetic, upright, and
successful of our Swede farmers.
PREPARING FOR TUB CHOLERA.
Chamberlain & Co., of Des Moines,
Iowa, have received five car loads of
bottles so as to be prepared to supply
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera, and Di
arrhoea Remedy, in case,bowel com
plaints or Cholera are epidemic this
summer. Their -preparation is a suc
cess and a great favqrite for bowel
complaints throughout the northwest.
Sold by C. W. Smith.
At the special school meeting held
on the 15th a resolution was adopted
authorizing the Board to issue bonds
to run not less than five years nor more
than ten to take up $2,000 of bonds
due Aug. 27.
At the opening of bids for furniture
for the new room it Was found that the
bid of the Union School Furniture Co.,
of Battle Creek, Mich., was the lowest,
$140 for 35 seats, 7 back seats, and desk
and revolving chair.
George Reed, of West Earl township,
Lancaster county, Pa., testifies to the
cure of a poor widow named Nancy
Sharp, living in his neighborhood. She
was a great sufferer from rheumatism,
unable to work and in destitute circum
stances. Mr. Reed hearing of the
case, procured a bottle of Mishler's
Herb Bitters, and the woman was
speedily cured. She is now able to
work and is entirely well.
The Good Templars of Wortliington
keep a barrel of ice water on the main
street for the benefit of the public.—
VuISVO matll 0**2 cqr'naipuqo pnq aqs uaqft
V1UOXSVO oi Snnp oq* 'ssjk ouitaaq aqs iionM
VIHOXSVO JOJ poiJ9 oqs 'pnqO oq« naqj&
''t YraOiSVO uq sitS '^3 na nao/m
The ladies of the Presbyterian church
gave a lawn social in the P^'k on Tues
day evening. Tables were set and Chi
nese lanterns were hung among the
trees. The novelty of the social at
tracted a large number and a hand
some sum was realized.
FARMERS AND MECHANICS.
Save money and J)octor bills. Re
lieve your MothersrWives and Sisters
by a timely purchase of Dr. Bosanko's
Cough and Lung Syrup, best known
remedy for Coughs, Colds, Croup and
Bronchial affections. Relieves Chil
dren of Croup in the night, may save
you hundreds of dollars. Price 50 cents
and $1.00. Samples free. Sold by Dr.
R. D. Barber. 3
SALE OF STATE LANDS.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, LAND OFFICE,)
•SAINT PAUL, Aug is,
Notice is hereby given that W. W. Braden will
offer at l'ublic Sale at the office of the County
Auditor, in .Worthlngton, on
Thursday, October 8th, 1885,
at 10 o'clock a. in., on the terms prescribed
by law, the School Lands, in Nobles County,
that have been appraised and aretpnsold, or that
have been sold and forfeited by reason of failure
to pay interest for two or more vears.
Lists of the lanftfo be offered may be seeu at
the Auditor's Office for thn days prior to the
W. W. BRADEN.
52-fiw Commissioner of the State Land Office.
The undersigned, has arranged to furnish
Parties at surrounding points supplied at aa
low rates as given by any agent at the
L. SINGER, Prop.
Send six cents for
postage, aud re
ceive free a costly
.-7- —.—<p></p>Prize. box of goods whicr.
will help you to more money right away titan
a»ythiiig else in this world. All, of either sex,
siicci-L'dlroin first hour. The broad road to for
tune opens berore the workers, absolutely sure
At once address. TRUE & Co., Augusta,
at anything else by
vv 111 taking an agency lor the l«st soiling
book out. Beginners succeed grandly. None
fail. Terms free HALLBTT BOOKJCO., Port
for worklfls people. Send 10
cents for postage, ami we will
box of sample goods that will
llm*. Al- of ltotli sexes, of all ages, grandly
successful, fioc to #5 easily earned every even
lug. Tliat all who want work may te»t tho
business, we make this unpaiaHelcd
offer: who are uot well sutUt)e4 w*
wlH send ft to pa for the trouble of writing, us
•Full particulars,dlrec(Jons,etc.,*eutfree. -For
*.iU k* W»de by those who give their
Whole tine to the work. Immense ray *be&
lutely NOM for all *ko atari a S onee. ItoaVde.
lay. Addre** STIHSOK & CB.T'poraaud.'Maiiw^
Early out flax is already being thresh
ed. Yesterday D. W. Chute drove in
with a load whtoh he sold to H. £.
Torrance at 95c a bushel. Tills is the
lirst load sold that we have heard of,
A. M. Forbes, we hear brought a load
in Monday evening which was not sold.
Mr. Ohute tells us that the Egideston
boys threshed his and gave perfect sat
"The ladies especially go into ecsta
cies over Parker's Hair Balsam,"
writes Mr. J. H. Decker, druggist, of
Findlav, Ohio. "They say it is the
most elegant dressing they ever used."
Stops falling hair restores color,. pro
motes growth. 51-1
RESOLUTIONS BY TUB POST.
Stoddard Post, on Saturday night last, adopted
the following resolutions:.
WHEREAS. IL has pleased the Supreme Com
mander of the Universe to transfer from this
sphere our comrade Gen'i V. S. Grant, who died
at Mount McGregor, N. Y., on the 23d day of
Jnly, therefore be it
RESOLVED, That In the death of our comrade
Genl U. 8. Grant, our order has lost its most 11
lustrous member, a member the ennobling qual
ities of whose niind and heart, whoso supreme
abilities as a military commander, and whose
Just, honest and magnanimous acts as Presi
dent have endearedjiini to his comradcs of the
Grand Army, the American people and the
lovers of liberty aud equality in all lands, and
made Itlui the first citizen of the Republic,
model husband and father, a faithful friend, au
nuntyi uuoi/ttini (»iiu'aavut/i c* ituuiiiu iitcuu, ou
eminent commander and President: his life is
a perpetual reminder of the possibilities our in
stitutions offer to her citizcns, and an example
eminently worthy of emulation.
K. 1). BAitnEK, Chairman,
It. B. FLOTTS.,
W. A. Ellsworth, of Foreman, Da
kota, says: "St. Put tick's Pills give the
best satisfaction." Try them and you
will use 110 other, either for the liver
or as a cathartic, sold by O. W. Smith.
The Mankato State Register is a new
6-column quarto started by Carl 8.
Eastwood, formerly of the Lakefleld
Citizen. Eastwood is a rusher. Here's
•ur and 9*.
A WALKING SKELETON.
Mr. E. Springer, of Mecbanicsburg,
Pa., writes: "I was afflicted with lung
fever and abscess on lungs, and re
duced to a walking skeleton. Got a
free trial bottle of Dr. King's New
Discovery for consumption, which did
me so much good that I bought a dol
lar bottle. After using three bottles,
found myself once more a man, com
pletely restored to health, with a hearty
appetite, and a gain in flesh of 48 lbs."
Call at C. W. Smithr8 Drug Store
and got a free trial bottle of this cer
tain cure for all Lung Diseases. Large
Elder Copp, of the M. E. Church, is
pushing the saw and flourishing the
paint-brush baton, fixing up Good Tem
plar hall. He has superintended the
buildiug of 62 churches and 16 parson
Bncklen's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for cuts
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively. cures piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satis
faction, or money refunded. Price 26
cents per box. For sale by C. W. Smith,
Worthiiigton, Minn. 13-191y
S VMM ON IS.
OF MINNESOTA, I
COUNTY OF NOBLES,
J. H. Landsley, Plaintiff,
R. B. Trenor and Alice Trenor,
The State of Minnesota to the above named De
You arc hereby summoned and required to
answer the complaint of the Plaintiff in the
above entitled action which is 011 file in the office
of the Clerk of the said Court, at his oflice at
Wortliington, Nobles County, Minnesota, aud to
serve a copy of your answer to the said complaint
on the subscriber, at his oflice in the village of
Worthington. in the County of Nobles, Min
nesota, within twenty days after the ser
vice of this summons upon yon, exclusive
of the day of such service and if you fail to an
swer the satd complaint within the time afore
said, the Plaint ill in this act ion will take judg
ment against you l'or the sum of One Hundred
and Thirteen and Twenty-six One-hundrdths
Dollars, and interest thereon at the rate of Seven
per cent, per annum from July 8th, 1889. besides
the costs and disbursements of this action.
Dated July tstli, A. D., 1885.
GEO. W. WILSON.
Plaint ill's Attorney,
First pub. July'Soth.
Last pub. Sept. 3d.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE BY
HEREAS, default lias been made in the
of a certain mortgage executed
and delivered by William H. Merger and Annie
K. Berger, his wile, mortgagors, to The Minne
sota Loan and Investment Company, mortgagee,
dated the 17tli dav of November, A. D. 1884, and
recorded in the office of the Hegister of Deeds
of the county of Nobles in the state of Minnesota,
011 the 25th day of November, A. D. 1SJ4, at 12
o'clock M., in book "K" of mortgages onstage
197. on which there is claimed to be due aflCTls
due at the date of this notice, the amount of
Seventy-live and Fifty-four One-Huiidredtlis
Dollars ($75 54-100),
Aud no action or proceeding has been institu
ted at law or in equity to recovcr the debt se
cured by said mortgage or any part thereof:
Now, therefore, notice is herebv given, that
by virtue of a power of sale contained in said
mortgage, and of the statute in such case made
and provided, said mortgage will be foreclosed
by sale of the mortgaged premises therein de
scribed, at public auction, at the front?
the Court House in the Village of Wor!
scribed, at public auction, at the front door of
the Court House in the Village of Worthington,
In the county of-Nobles aud state of Minnesota,
on Saturday the 5th day of September,
o'clock in the forenoon, to satis
fy the amount which shall then be due on said
mortgage, with the interest thereon, and costs
and expenses of sale, and Twenty-five Dollars
attorney's fees, as stipulated in said mortgage in
case of foreclosure.
The premises described In said mortgage and
so to be sold, ai the lot, piece or parcel of land
situated in the county of Nobles and state of
Minnesota, and known and described as follows,
The South-east Quarter 04) of 8eetlon No.
Twelve 13) in Township No. One Hundred and
Three (103) of Bange No. Thirty-nine (30).
THK MINNESOTA .LOAN AND INVEST
MENT COMPANY. Mortgagee.
GKO. W. WILBON, Attorney of Mortgagee.
Dated July 17th, 1885.
First pub. July 23,1885. Last pub. Aug. 37,1885.
STATE OF MINNESOTA,
County of Nobles. S
DISTKICT COURT—Thirteenth Judicial District.
Nancy Jane Simmons, Plaintiff,
John W. Simmons. Defendant.
-The State of Minnesota to the above-named De
You are hereby summoned and requir
to answer the complaiut of the Plaintiff
in the above-entitled action, of which a copy is
hereunto annexed and herewith' served upon
you. and to serve a copy of your answer to
said complaint on the subscriber, at his office
in the village of Worthington in the
County of Nobles, and Stale of Minnesota,
within thirty days after the service of this sum.
nions upon you, exclusive of the day of such ser
vice and, if you fail to answer the said com
plaint within the time aforesaid, the Plaintiff in
this action will, on such failure, apply to the
Court for the relief demanded in the complaint.
Dated May 27th, A. D. 1885.
GEO. W. WILSON,
Plaintiff's Attorney, Worthington, Minn.
Said complaiut is now on Ale with the Cleric of
Dated July 13th, 1885.
Plaintiff's Attorney, Worthington, Minn.
First pub. July 16. Last pub. Aug. 20,1885.
Land Office at Worthington, Minn-,
Aug. 8th, 1885.
Notice Is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention fo
make final proof in suivort of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the U. S.
Land office at Worthinsafam, Minn., on
Sent. 18th, 1885. viz.:
Herman A. Lais.
D. S. Appl. No. 18,086.
Fortlie nw'4 8-104-42.
He names tile following witnesses to i»rovc his
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of,
said laud. viz.:
HermanKuoeehe, John Mock, Ludwlg Von
Holdrum, W. Duffnegger, Nobles County, Minn.
51 Mosj GKIKAOEII, Register.
LIVE A6ENTS WANTED.
To sell Dr. (jluwe'8 Recipes or information
for everybody, in every county iu the United
States aud Canada. Enlarged by the rubliaher
to r»tt pages. It contains over 2,ooO household
recipes Hnd Is suited to all classes and conditions
of society. A wonderful book and a household
necessity, lfsells at sight. Greatest induce
ments ever offered to book agents Sample
ooples sent by mall. Postpaid, for ti.OO. ttiielu.
five territory given/ Apentsjnore than double
their money. Address Dr. Chase's Steam Print
lug Ionise, Aun^ArlMic,.Michigan. -S5ww
Brawrts wlftrtlwd MtlWWlr pw
PUM*«aa toptowBoa a hot alort aatll
wmuMltacoverMd MMfl. AckamlM wlU Mtfe»S»
DOES NOT CONTAIN AMMONIA.
Itt UUTHTOUm ms NEVER
la a million home* for a quarter of a
•tood the eonoiuner*' reliable Mt
THE TEST_OF_THE OVER.
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.,
Br. Price's Special FMu EiM,
HMrimH»l,»nl IIHIIIM l»IM«wllwrliw,-4
Dr. Prist's Lupulln Ysast 8MM
For Light. Healthy Bread, The Bast Dry BOB
Taaat in the World.
FOR SALE BY GROCERS.
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS.
MOST PERFECT MADE
Purest and strongest Natural Fruit Flavors.
Vanilla, Lemon, Orange, Almond. Rose, etc.,
flavor aa delicately and naturally as the butt.
PRICE BAKINQ POWDER CO.,
CBZOAOO. ST. URN
J. F. & W. I. Humiston,
8TOVES and TINWARE.
ASBESTOS. IRON and TIN ROOFING.
WIRE. PUMPS. GLASS.
KLLS and PUTTY.
Aug. 24th, 18S5.
The reputation of this school is attested by an
enrollment the juist year ol nearly Six Hundred
Fupils. Arrangements ivc been made for the
accommodation of a still larger number the
For full particulars respecting conditions of
admission, coursc of study, exceptionally low
expenses, etc., send for tlie new Catalogue, mail
ed free to any address.
E1)WA1U SEA1C1XG, President.
Mankato, Minn., July 32,18-5. 49-2w
W. A. Peterson, Co. Surveyor,
FINE DRAUGHTING A SPECIALTY.
OFFICE—In Land Oflice Buildiug.
PERCHER0N NORMAN STALLION
Will stand at my Farm at
During the season of 1885.
BASCKDO No. 1957 of the Percheron Norman
Stud Book, vol. 3, was foaled in May, 1880. Im
ported 882, Ills slro was Brilliant No. 1271. be
by Brilliant ilo. I8d» and he by 'Coco.1
Helsahors#of magnificent proportions, his
color a dark Iron gray. I selected him in person
without regard to prfee, after careful examina
tion of over 300 Imported Stallions. Weight.
In order to
IMPROVE THE STOCK
Of this community, I have decided to make the
Terms for the Season
$15.00 for each Mare.
0. H. ROCHE.
James Boardman. Supt.
GASOLINE STOVES AT HEWITTS'
Come and see our new "Monarch"
stoves with the "Auti-puffing Cis
tern." I have one burning all the time.
Come in ajid see. be convinced, and
boy one of the BEST Gasoline Stoves
ever put on the market. 26-tf
ICE! ICE A
I am now prepared to deliver
ice at any time. Parties supplied at
stations along any of the railroads.
Parties wishing ice for ice cream
purposes supplied at any hour.
37-tf £. C. PANELL.
For sale cheap, a No. 1 Twine Bind
er. Apply to E.
STRAYED OR STOLEN,
About May 15th, from my place at
Iladley, Murray county, two Indian
ponies, one a mouse colored-mare about
8 years old, and the other a sorrel horse
pony with white face. Parties giving
information leading to the recovery of
the ponies will be suitably rewarded by
Lake House Livery.
On and after date of this notice I will make
cut on livery rates of
On One and Two Seated Rigs. This makes
ONE SEATED RIGS, $250 A DAY,
TWO SEATED RIGS, $3 00 A DAY
On all days but Sunday.
45-3U1 C. B. LOVELESS.
50-2w Iladley, Minn.
Full blooded Jersey Bull, two years
old. for sale. Inquire of
2w At C. W.
Farmers, use good oil.- It pays, and
ou can save moncv bv getting it at C.
S S 4 9
YOU W1LI, FIND A LARGE STOCK OF
SPRING and SUMIilER
All Wool Dress Goods, Camelets,
Cashmeres, Ottoman, Satine, Tricoes,
and Fancy Plaids in all Shades.
ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OF
White Dress Goods, Sunny Side Plaids, Nainsooks, Dotted Mulls and Indian
Linen in £ream and White, Trimmings of all kinds. Brocaded Silks,
Woolen Laces. Velvets, and Satin
In all Shades, Summer Shawls and
Jersey Jackets, Ladies' & Children's
Gloves and a Full Line of Hosiery.
Ladies' and Gents' Under Wear
BALBRIGGAX AND GAIJZB, and a COUPLET* STOCK of
Men's & Boy's Ready-Made
And Furnishing Goods.
BOOTS, SHOES & Fancy GROCERIES.
Jjl sold Cheap for Cash.
Call »nd examine Goods before purchasing elsewhere. 6-ln.
irnali Liu ill Midi
Capital Paid up, $100,000.
GEORGE D. DAYTON—President.
J. P. MOULTON—Vice President.
GEORGE O. MOORE—Secretary.
GEORGE W. AVILSON—Counsel.
DIRECTORS—Geo. D. Dayton, J. P. Mculton. MonsGrinager.D. Shell, C. II.
Smith, Geo. O. Moore aud Geo. W. Wilson.
Money to loan for long or sliort time on approved collateral.
Office in BanK of Worthington Building.
BANK of WORTHINGTON,
GEO. D. DAYTOX, Banker.
Does a General Banking Business Buys and Sells Exchange
Has tlie Age cy of some of the
BEST FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES.
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
100,000 Acrcs of Choicc Farming Lands
u1 joining counties
H. C. SHEPARD,
And Collection Agent.
OFFICE-In Barlow Building, up stairs.
OFFICE—Over Barber's Drug Store.
42-ly Worthington, Minn.
GEO. W. WILSON,
Omci-Ia Barlow Building, up stairs.
Make a Specialty of
Minnesota Chief and Massilloir Threshers,
Champion Reapers and Mowersy
Paper, Doors, Sash, Blinds and Paint.
COAL AND WOOD. Worthington, Minn.
Real Estate and Insurance Agent.
Specialty In collecting Doubtful Claims.
OmcE—Main street opposite postofflce.
Bigelow & Humiston,
Dealers in AU Kinds of
Fresh, and. Salt
Cash Paid for
Beef Cattle and Hides.
WOKTH1NGTON, -. MINN.
Bakery and Restaurant.
Thoroughly refltted and nicely arranged for
MEALS SSBYBD AT ALL HOURS.
Receives Deposits subject to Call.
QQ to SO per acre.
$'0 per acre.
Office in Bank of Worthington.
Triumph Seeders, Kalamazoo Spring Tooth Harrow and Cullivator»
Corn Plows, Planters and Check Rowers. Also Wagons.
Farmers who want to dis
pose of either
Will do well to call at the
Office in Worthington.
To nntl from all points in Europe by the
ni." "American," "Anchor,"
"Guion," "Hamburg Packet," "In-
man." "State," "Svenska" and
Bates lower than the lowest,
Principal Banks In Scandinavia.
Money orders issued
are the cheapest of any
lie*. Also authorized age«t
Scandinavian Relief Associa
tion, led Wing. Minn.,and
TIN* Scandinavian Mutual Aid Association, of
reliable life In
surance yet known. None secret.
i-'or particulars, by-laws, aud for application
for membership, please call on
I I G-. FREE,
Contractor & Builder.
stiinates made for all kinds of work.
Physician & Surgeon.
i-iuiuate of Medical Department of Harvard
diversity. U. 8. Examining Bargeon.
I am prepared to deliver ice morataf
and even 'ig to parties wishing tlw
suine. it tw)
I!. A. Tiuto.^V