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WORTHINGTON AND SIOUX FALL8 B. B.
leaves Mitchell 5:20 a. m.
Arrives at Worthlngton 11:22 a. m.
Leaves Worthlngton (dally) 4:0? P- m.
Arrive at Mitchell 10:20 p. m.
Sioux Falls Accom. leaves 11 !00 p. m.
B. B. WAKBBJ*. Agent.
doing Nortn—Accommodation arrives at 8:35
In each mcnth.
leaves at 7:00
E. E. WARBBN, Agent
A. O. of U. W.
Worthington Lodge No 65 meets every alter
nate Friday evening.
L. M. LANOB, Master Workman.
It, W. MOBERLT, Recorder.
G. A. R.
Stoddard Post No. 34 meets first and third
Saturday evcuings in each month, at G. A. U.
L. M. LANOB, Commander.
R. B. PLOTTS, Adjutant.
COMMUNICATIONS of Fraterni-
tv Lodge, No.
101, A. F. & A. M. at Masonic
Hall in Worthlngton on the
1st and 3d Mondays In eaeh
B. E THCRHER, W. M.
B.B. PTOTTS, Sec.
TIONS of Living Arch Chap
ter, No. 28, R.\ A.*. M.\ at Ma
sonic Hall on the 4th Monday
J. H. JOHNSON,
Manufacturer of and Dealer In all kinds
BOOTS &nd SHOES,
Saddles, Tlarness, Trunks, etc.
Hustoni work and Repairing in both branches
Tenth Street, Worthington, Minn.
Farm Produce for Cash,
And in Exchange for Merchandise.
O. C. CRUNDSTEN,
Real Estate Agent.
•proved and Unimproved Lands, also Eml
grant's Tickets for sale. Fire Insurance,
and money forwarded to Europe.
Physician & Surgeon.
Medical Department of Harvard
Uuiversity. U.S. Examining Surgeon.
Dr. D. L. Kenyon,
bFICE AND RESIDENCE—Corner of Fourth
Avenue and Eleventh Street.
Jails Promptly Attended to.
LAKE VIEW HOUSE.
C. B. LOVELESS, Prop.
The Largest and Best-Appointed Hotel in
iVorthingtoii. Livery, Steam and row boats
un in connection tvith this house. Bates the
4me as other First class Hotels. Large balco
ies and pavilion overlooking one of the most
eantiful sheets of water in Southwestern Minn
adles' Private Parlors on the second floor. Ev
facility for sail touting, Ashing, pleasuring
I. F. & W. I. Humiston
STOVES and TINWABE.
ASBESTOS. I BON and TIN ROOFING.
BARBED WIRE. PUMPS, GLASS.
NAILS and PUTTY.
tn Anderson's new Briek Store,
When yon want the BEST GOODS at
CALL ON US. I5-ly
B. F. JOHNSQN,
REGISTER of DEED8
Will pay Taxes
and furnish Abstracts of Title,
Conveyancing done neatly and promptly. Cor
ORGANS, PIANOS, CABPETS AND SEWING
O'tfflna and Ofta^otai,
Lost, a pair of spectacles, in case.
Finder requested to leave at AD
VANCE OFFIC. GRANDAD.
WOBTDIHOTOK. MlHH., APHXl. 28, 1888.
The ADVAHOB is famished at $1 50 a year to
Clubs ef ten or mow. Clube of ten
76 eents for eaeh subscriber.
The Worthington ADVAHCB is the Official Pa
Village of W
or thing ton.
TJ. S. Land Office.
Parties desiring to keep posted In any publle
matter relating to Nobles county must have the
Court will convene one
C.00 pi m.
1.26 a. m.
4.51 a. m.
Prairie fires ate running some and
burning jags of hay wherever they
can get hold of it.
For sale, on long time and easy
terms, new milch cows with calves.
36-tf. DK. MOORE.
Geo. Bigelow, was In town on Tues
day and made us a pleasant call. Mr.
B. is now in the real estate business in
L. Palmer, the well known Sur
veyor, will be in YVorthington for a
few weeks. Parties wanting survey
ing done should call on him immedi
A. W.Lawrence, Summit Lake, will
herd cattle at 80c for steers 2 yrs. old
and under, $1 for cows
and older cattle.
Range wide, water pure aud abundant.
Section boss K. K. Open, has sold
bis house and lot corner of 3rd-av. and
12th st. to Bfr. Gilbert.
The Cowles (Neb) Herald says of a
former Worthington girl:
During the absence of Mrs. Page in
New York, Gennie McMillen will
manipulate the key-board of the or
gan at the Congregational church.
All persons are hereby notified to re
move all manure and rubbish from
their premises. Also all that they
have deposited in the adjacent streets
and alleys. By order of the Council.
36 2w B. F. TQUBER, St. Com
E. Carnes has been appointed Train
Master on the St. Paul & Sioux City
road including the Worthington and
Mitchell branch. His head quarters
will be at St. James.
Two good second hand Organs for
sale on time or trade. Cheap.
36-2w GEO. W. WILSON.
A flock of several hundred Sandhill
Cranes were on dress parade the other
day over our Okabena lakes. They
were high up, but the "screech" of
their metallic voices was distinct and
their evolutions could be plainly seen
by the aid of a hand to shade the eyes.
All persons are hereby notifipd to re
move Kll hogs from the village in com
pliance with the rogulations of the
Doard of Health.
36-2w By Order of the Board.
Driving on the south side of East
Okabena lake a few clays ago, we
caught the prairie roosters in the act
of their regular spring strutting, fight
ing, and crowing. There were quite a
number of them and indications are
good for a fall supply.
The undersigned wishing to close
out his stock of Cattle during the
spring and summer, now offers his
thorough-bred Aberdeen or Angus
Polled Bull for sale.
36 3w C. P. SIIEPARD.
Messrs Scoville & Davidson are in
town representing the National Map
Publishing Co. of Chicago. They have
already begun the work of preparing
a map of each township in the county
with the name of each land holder, the
whole to be bound in one volume and
sold at $12. The work is a much-need
ed one and we hope they will be aided
by the people in securing accurate
The A. O. U. W. supper will be giv
en to-morrow night at the Worthing
ton Hotel, as a reception to Grand
Master Workman Espey, the new
proprietor of the house. All members
are expected to be present. Tickets
$1 per couple. Prof. Stone, of Adrian
will furnish the music. A bountiful
supper, a good social time, a few toasts
and very short speeches, arid a round
up with a sort of impromptu, surprise
party "hop," will be the chief features
of the affair.
Capt. M. B. Dunn, and S. J. Dunn
brothers, of Jackson, drove over
Friday last to inspect the Worthing
ington Camp No. 6, Sons of Veterans
the Capt. being District Inspector
Capt. Dunn reports the camp in good
shape, in fair*working condition. He
advised the boys to drill regularly and
keep up the interest by entertainments,
We acknowledge receipt of the 21st
Semi-Aunual Retail Price List and
System of Self-Measurement, from
The Boston One-Price Clothing House
of St. Paul. This book will be sent
free to any one upon application. See
adv. of this house on our first page and
give them a trial if you want custom
made suits at ready-made prices.
The scarcity of dwelling houses in
Worthington amounts almost to a
house "famine." Eyery room is snap
ped up as soon as vacated and stiil
there are parties who "get left." This
is a rare thing in the spring for then is
the time when a good many move out
to their farms. Is Worthington enter
ing upon a quiet boom? One of our
pressing needs row is good cottages
and moderate-sized dwelling houses to
Rev. C. S. Ware will hold services in
the Episcopal Church next Sunday,
both morning and evening. Morning
service at 11 o'clock and evening ser
vice st 8 o'clock.
Fitch & Brooks have sol 1 the swi of
12, Lorain, to Wm. Strayer, who is al
ready on the place.
Also the sw of 18, in Little Sioux tp.,
Jackson Co., to Barney Osmundson,
from Eagle Grove. Mr. O. is already
building on the land.
Also th«* sw of 1. in Little Rock, to
Gr nt & Hanon of Sibley.
Dayton & Moulton are rushing im
provements on their addition to the
town. A row of trees is being set
along both sides of Grand Avenue.
This avenue is 100 feet wide, and inter
sects Second av. of the old plat. It
will be the handsomest avenue iu town
in a few years.
FOB SALE.—Four yearling Colts,
Mares one two ytar old Colt one good
Herd Pony one McCormick twine
biuder, cheap. C. H. PEASE.
Near Sioux Falls Junction.
See herd notice of Wm. M. Stevens,
C. P. Fake is building un addition
to his bouse.
An exchange asks enthusiastically
••which is the greatest invention of the
age?" We should think that is large
ly a matter of opinion, but what
would you say to the safety pin?
Hon. Dan Rohrer, of Worthington,
made this city a professional visit on
The Esoteric Magazine for April has been on
our table for some days, and we must hasten to
notice it before we have finished reading It.
This la one of the publications which keep onr
mouth watering to read until it is read through.
The main contents of the April number are:
Mental Healing, Ths Mind of Wisdom, Prayer,
Twelve Manner of People, (showing nature of
those whose birthdays occur between March 2i
and April 19,) Instruction in Mental Healing,
The Power of Thought, Practical Instruction
for Beaching the Highest Goal of Human At
tainment, (a series of articles of incalculable
value Thej-Sophia. (showing why occidental
theosopliy lives and oriental theosophy sleeps),
Physiology of Impression, Philosophy of Astral
Spectres, What do Miracles Prove, Occultism
with the Americau Indians. (1.50 a year. Ad
dress, Esoteric Publishing Co., 478 Shawmut
Tbe West Shore, Oregon's Illustrated maga
zine, is now In its fourteenth year, and yet In
all that time It has never Issued such an ex
cellent number as that for March. The liters
ary matter is up lo the usual high standard,
and the articles descriptive of the country are
especially complete and interesting. The il
lustrations, however, surpass all previous ef
forts, and in this number ere principally de
voted to Tacoma, the city of phenominal
I growth. A magnificent large supplement of
Mount Tacoma, Washington Territory's grand
Hue. The Apr"
fine one. The
snow peak, accompanies this issue.
number will be an especially fine
supplement will be printed in colors, and
show the Olympic range, the finest collection
of snow peaks in the world. The May number
will be principally devoted to the city of Port
land, the metropolis of the Pacific Northwest,
and with it will be issued a grand supplement,
32 Inches in length, showing the city entire.
The West Shore is only $2.50 per year, 25 cts.
for a sample copy. It should find a place in
every home In the United States. March,
April and May numbers on receipt of 70 ets.
L. Samuel, publisher, Portland. Oregon.
Mr. J, B. Boswell one of the best
known citizens of Brownwood, Texas,
contributes, the following item as his
personal experience. "After having
suffered from Diarrhoea for some time
and having tried different medicines
with no good result. I tried a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di
arihcea Remedy, which relieved roe
at once and I recommend it to all who
may be suffering from this troublesome
complaint-" Sold byC. W. Smith.
Peter Ilawkinson, of Ironwood,
Michigan, and Simon Eckern, of the
same place, ve arrived with a car
load of goods and stock and will locate
among us. Mr. H. takes 100 acres in
Bigelow, on Lake Ocheeda. and Mr. fi.
takes 120 on sec. 27, same township.
We met several other gentlemen from
the same place and all say that in May
and June there will he a large number
of land seekers from that vicinity.
The best spring medicine or blood
pn ier yon can take, is a few doses of
St, Patrick's Pills. They cost 25 cents
a box and will accomplish more good
than $1.00 invested in any other medi
cine. Guaranteed and sold by C. W.
The Council met on Wednesday eve
ning of last week, all members present
The bonds of Treasurer and 'iecorder
were received and approved. The pe
titions for vacating alleys and parts of
streets were granted and the alleys and
parts of streets ordered vacated, viz
Alley between lots 9 aud 10, in block 8
batween lots 4 and 5 and 8 and 9,
bl. 42 and part of First av. sw of 9th
street part of 8th St.. so of 2d av.
alley between lots 13 and 14, in bl. 7
As to the Fire Extinguishers, a matter
heretofore acted upon, three of them
are left for the present at the village
office one at S. McLean's Feed Store
one at F. Lewis'Grocery Store and one
at Shepard's Lumber office. There are
Babcock Extinguishers, so far as
known, at the Worthington and Lake
view hotels at Barber's Drug Store
two at the Okabena mills, and one at
Itch, Mange, and Scratches of every
kind on human or animal, cured in 30
minutes by Woolford's Sanitary Lo
tion This never fails. Sold by W.
Smith, Druggist, Worthington. 15 6m
The Boston Ideal troupe presented
the play of "Uncle Tom's Cabin" on
Moudiiy night to the largest audience
that probably ever assembled to wit
ness a play in Worthington. As rend
ered by this troupe, three fourths of
the play is "made up" and does not
belong to the original. It is a farce,
burlesque, comic opera, circus, mena
gerie, comedy and tragedy all in one.
Little Eva and Miss Ophelia, however,
were well done. The whole play is
overdone, but it "draws."
Whooping Cougli may be kept under
complete control and all danger avoid
ed by frequent doses of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. No better treatment
can be prescribfd for it. Sold by C.
Word and Works is the name of Rev.
Irl R. Hicks' paper, published at St.
LOUH, at the very low price of 35c a
year, 25 cts in clubs of 10. Mr. Hicks
is the culiminatioti, the ripe fruit, of
all tin- efforts at "weather prophecy."
He has discovered that the planetary
system with which we are connected is
a machine, more accurate and unfail
ing than a watch, and that the storms
of the year can be foretold almost as
accurately as the eclipses. In this lit
tle paper which is to be issued monthly,
he proposes to take all readers into his
confidence, to have no secrets, to tell
"how it is done." Every one may be
a "weather prophet" by learning how
and studying the planetary machine.
He will send his Planetary Storm
Chart and his paper one year for 50
BEGGS' CHERRY COUGH SYRUP
Is the only medicine that acts directly
on the Lungs, Blood and Bowels. It
relieves a cough instantly and in time
effects a permanent cure. R. Bar
FARMERS' ALL/A NCR.
The meeling of the Alliance Is postponed un
til Saturday May 5th, on account of the busy
times among the farmers at present.
M. DOAKE, See.
Republican Conventions as follows:
State Convention, Wednesday, May
16, at St. Paul.
Second Congressional District Conven
tion, Tuesday, Mav 15, at Mankato.
County Convention, Saturday, May
12, at Worthington.
Carl Bloom, aged 88 years, was bu
ried at Fulda on the 18th, Rev. 8.
Franzen, of Worthington, officiating.
JUDGE WEMPLE POISONED.
Word was brought to town last eve
ning that Probate Judge Wemple was
seriously poisoned yesterday at Rush
more by taking the wrong doss of med
icine. the poison being cantharides.
Adrian physicians were sent for and
last night the Judge was reported bet
ter. We devoutly hope that the worst
Henry Schiel, who was night-watch
man at the St. Paul jail at the time of
the sensational developements last fall
and was charged with committing a
rape on an insane girl has sued Secre
tary H. H. Hart of the State Board of
Charities and Corrections for libel,
•claiming damages to the amount of
L. M.Lange has money to loan od
real property in sums of $100 to
MONDAY OF EACH WOK
2ltf E .L. WDIPLI Judge of Probate.
B, TT AT.T. Attornev-at-Law.
Collections a Specialty. Worth
Tripp & Elliott have sold their Mod
ern Type, Jr., to a company at Bing
ham Lake for $1,500. This horse has
been noted about here tor several years
for his fine qualities and the price paid
for him is probably not too large.
By the-way, the progress in horse
flesh in this county seems to be ahead
of anythiug else. The county is be
coming stocked up with splendid ani
mals of the draft aud working order,
and now we are about ready to take a
step forward and encourage goers to
"go." Horse raising is a very profita
ble industry and we expect to see our
farmers go'into it more largely in the
future. As an indicator, we may men
tion the item that fifteen stallions
were seen on our streets one day last
Ton are feeling depressed, your appe
tite is poor, you sre bothered with
headache, you are fidgety nervous,
and generally out of sorts, and want to
brace up. Brace up, but not with
stimulants, spring medicines, or bit
ters, which have for their basis very
cheap, bad whisky, and which stimulate
you for an hour, and then leave you in
worse condition than before. What
you want is an alterative that will
purify your blood, start healthy,action
of liver and kidneys, restore your vital
ity, and give renewed health and
strength. Such a medicine you will
find in Electric Bitters, and only 50
cents a bottl3, at C. W. Smith's drug
The Lakefield Mill was burned on
Tuesday of last week.
For lame back, side or chest use
Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 25
SHILOH'S COUGH and Consump
tion Cure is sold by usou aguaraufee. ^Lt
cures Consumption. 3
It is what you
need forConstipation, Loss of Appetite,
Dizziness, and all symptoms of Dyspep
sia. Price 10 aud 75 cents per bottle
CROUP. WHOOPING COUGH and
Bronchitis immediately relieved by
Shiloh's Cure. For sale at Barber's.
Monday last was cyclone day. We
saw a number of minute, infantile
whirl-winds dancing, gyrating and
tossing up grass and dust. The warm
sun was evidently beginning to tell on
the ground aud the heat rising formed
these baby cyclones. Old Sol playing
and blowing soap bubbles of whirlwinds
into the air.
Mr. C. W. Battell, a traveling man
representing Messrs S. Collins' Son &
Co., printing inks, New York, atter
suffering intensely for two or three
days with lameness of the shoulders
and back, completely cured it with
two applications of Chamberlains'
Pain Balm. It cures lameness and
rheumatism when all other treatment
fails. Guaranteed and sold by C. W.
Grasshoppers are hatching in large
numbers apout Perham, Minn., from
eggs laid there last year. Keep cool,
fur there are not enough of them to
CHERIiY COUGH SYRUP.
Is warranted for all that the label calls
for, so if it does not relieve your cough
you can call at our store and the mon
ey will be refunded to you. It acts
simultaneously on all parts of the sys
tem. thereby leaving no bad results.
R. D. Barber, druggist.
Mr. Aronson. of Sioux City, was in
town yesterday, visiting Mr. Hammer
burg, who is in charge of the branch
clothing house at this point. The firm
name has been changed to Johnson &
Aronson, Mr. Miller having retired.
When Bab? WM sick, we gave her CMtorla,
When she was a Child, slie cried for Castoria,
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
When she had Children, she
gtrt tliem Cutoti*
Next Saturday will be Arbor Day.
Remember that tree that was broken
down last year aud get one at Lud
Cattle and horses of all ages, for sale.
Cattle are high grade Shorthorn and
Polled Angus. MUXN & COOKSEY,
34-4w Sibley, Iowa.
S. Schoonh -vnn, at Worthington,
Minn.,will sell his entire stock of pure
blood poultry, his Bronz» Turkeys,
Toulouse Geese, Langshans, P. ltocks.
etc., at low prices, for lack of conven
iences on a new place. All premium
Go to Johnson & Aronson.
for the best assortment of Men's. Boy's
and Children's clothing and Gent's
furnishing goods. Will sell them at
prices that will surprise everbody. Call
and examine our goods and you will be
convinced. J. P. IlAMMERBEno?
Manager, Worthington Minn. 33 tf
I will herd all cattle brought to me from the
lime gram Is good until the first of Ociober. at
II ahead and furnish plenty of salt. My place
is on section 12, Willmout.
36 4w WM. M. STEVENS.
J. E. WHITE,
Kalsominer and Stone-Mason.
Besidence with A. H. White on Gth-av., Wor
Work promptly attended to. .il-3m
Farmers who wish to dispose of either
IMPROVED or WILD
Will do well to call at the Office in
WALTER AGAARD, Agt
Paints. The best paints that mon
can buy—by fints or by the barrels.
Instructions free in regard to painting.
35-4w KINDLUND & SAMUKLSON.
40 head of Cattle for sale of all kind?.
Also one span of Horees for $200 100
bu. of Flax Seed at $1 50 per bu., war
ranted to grow.
Also good Farm for sale or rent.
Inquire of J. P. Monlton. Worthing
ton, or J. Pratt, on the place. 35-2w
House and lot in Minneapolis to
trade for land in Nobles Co. Inquire
of 35-4w GEO. D. DAYTON.
CANE MILL AND OUTFIT.
I have an excellent cane mill,Stubb's
Evaporator, cast iron arch doors,
grates, dampen., juice gauge, and some
small tools which 1 will sell at a very
low price. ALLEN CHANEY.
I have 2 young Jersey Bulls readv
for j-ervic at a price to suit the time!
I will sell or trade one or both of them
They are fi ie. Call and see them at my
barn in Worthington.
32-tf JOSEPH LOWF.
The Street Commissioner and the
Board of Health are after you. Clean
up your premises, and get your hogs
beyond the limits. By-the-way we
hope the new council will take hold of
these matters aud enforce all regula
tions for cleanliness and good order.
Last year was exceptionally good in
these respects. The present Night
Watchman has been remarkably
efficient in keeping order at night aud iii
keeping the "lamps trimmed and a
burning." Let him be sustained by the
new Council, and make this year still
OF MINNESOTA, I
COUNTY OF NOBLES,
IN PROBATB COUKT.
April Term, Monday, April 23d, 1888.
In the matter of the estate of Hiram W. Davis,
Whereas, a certified copy of the last will and
testament of Ulram W. Davis, late of ciucin.
nnti, Hamilton county, state of Ohio, has been
filed iu this court
And Whereas, It appearing that said will has
been duly pruvei aud allowed and admitted to
probate according to the laws of the state of
Ohio, and letters testamentary issued thereon
to Angle Davis, solo executrix, as appt-ais from
the certificate of the Judge ol 1'robate, of the
county of Hamilton, state of Ohio
And Wh reas.J. A. Town, of Wortlilugton,
Nobles county, state of Minnesota, attorney for
said Angle Davis, executrix, has tih-d a petition
praying that said will may bo allowed and ad
mitted to probate tn this court, ant letters is
sued thereon to said Angle Uavis in accordance
witiithe statutes in such case made and pro
It is ordered that said petition be heard lie
fore this court at the probate office iu said
The 23d day of May, A. D. 1888,
at one o'clock In the afternoon, when all eon
corned in»y appear and contest the probate of
And it is fu: thcr ordered that public notice of
the time and place of said hearing be given to
ail persons interested, by publication of these
orders for three weeks 4uccesslvely previous to
said day of hearing, in the Worihliigton Ad
vance. a weekly newspaper printed and publish
ed at Worthing
ton. in said county.
Dated at Worthington, the 23d day of April,
A. D., 1888.
By the Court,
fSeal E. L. WEMPLE,
S6-3W Judge of Probate.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE BY AD
Default has been made in the
conditions of a certain mortgage executed
and delivered by Mary Dahl aud
Nils Dahl, her husband, Mortagors, to
Minnesota Loan and Investment Company,
mortgagee, dated the 1st day of October. A. D.
18S5, and recorded in the otllce of the
Register of Deeds of the county of Nobles
in the State of Minnesota, on the 9th day ol
October. A. D. 1885, at six o'clock p. m*. in
Book "L" of Mortgages. 011 page 10,
on which there is claimed to be due and is due
at the date of this noticc, the amount of
Twenty-six and 35-100 ($26.35) Dollars.
And no action or proceeding has been institu
ted at law or in equity lo recover the debt secur
ed by said mortgage or any part thereof.
Now, therefore, notice is licrebv given, that by
virtue of a power of sule contained in said mort
gage, and of the statute in such ease made and
provided, said mortgage will be foreclosed by sale
of the mortgaged premises therein described, at
public auction, for cash, by the Sheriff of said
Couuty, at the front door of the Court House iu
the village of Worthington, in the county of No
bles and State of Minnesota, on
Saturday, the 9th day of June,
A. 1). 1888, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, to satisfy
the amount which shall then be due on said
mortgage, with the interest thereon, and costs
aiul expenses of sale, and Twenty-live Dollars
attorney's fees, as stipulated in said mortgage
in case of foreclosure.
The premises described in said mortgage, and
so to be sold, are the lot, piece or parcel of
land situated in the county of Nobles and state
of Minnesota, aud known and described as fol
The East half Va) of the Northeast quarter
of Section Fourteen, (14). in Township No.
one Hundred and Four, (104), of liange Thirty
MINNESOTA LOAN AND INVESTMENT
GEO. W. WILSON, Attorney of Mortgagee.
Dated April 25th, 1888.
First pub. April 26th, '88.
Last pub. May 3lst, '88.
Notice to Bridge Builders.
Sealed bids will be received until «ne o'clock
May 12th, aud opened at town clerk's office, for
building a GOOD SUBSTANTIAL (5 foot truss wag
on bridge across Jack Creek between sections 32
and town of (jraham Lakes, Nobles countv,
Minnesota, ends resting on piling and to be 2^
feet above hitfli water mark, and to be rovereci
with :i inch plank. Plans and specifications
accompany eueli bid, furnished ly bidder. Con
tract to be awarded to the lowest responsible
Town board reserves the right to reject any or
all bids if ivt satisfactory.
Bridge to be completed on or before July 14th
and to be done in a good and workmanlike man
ner, under the supervision .f town board.
Bids to be endorsed "Proposals," and a'i'lress
ed t'» J. H. DICNTON, Chairman,
3 -3-v Kin brae, Nobles Co., Miun.
Notice of Tax Judgment Sale.
Pursuant to a lieal Estate Tax Judgment of
the fJisiriet Court, in the county of Nobles, state
of r.ihmesota. en.em! the twenty-first day of
March, tfcHS, in proceedings for enforcing pay
incut it :\i's and i'en tic.s non real estate in
the e.'ainty of Nobles remaining delinquent
the first Montiay of January. isc:s. and of the
statutes iu .such case made msd provided, 1 shall
First Monday, the 7th day of May,
18S«. at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at the Audi
tor's office, in the village of Worthington, ant!
county of Nobles, sell the lauds which arc
charged with taxes, penalties and eo.Us in saici
judgment, and on which taxes shall not have
been previously paid.
E. S. MILLS,
35-Sw Auditor of Nobles County.
FINAL PROOF N011CES.
U. S. Land Olllce, Worihliigton, Minn.
April lo, 18S8.
Notice is hereby given that William Thorn bis
fi'ed notice of intention to make fin-:! proof be
tore the i.'egistet and Keceiver at his otlice in
Worthington, Minn., on
Wednesday, the 27th dav of June, l88P,on
Timber Culture Application No. 825,
For the N E qu uter of Section No. 2,
Township No. 102. hauge No, 42
lie names as witnesses:
James Greig, (ieorge Uinbaugh. W. R. D. Mc
Cord J. C. Thom.of Nobles Co., Minn.
:6 C. P. SHEPAKD, ltegister.
United States Land Office,
Worthington, Minn.. April t, 1888.
Notice is hereby given ttiat James Walker
has tiled notice ol' intention to make final proof
before the Register and licceiver at their wllicc
in Worthington, Minn., on
Saturday, the 12 day of May. 1888.
On timber culture application No. 7^9. for the
S W quarter of section No. 14, in Towtiship No.
101. liange No. 3S.
He names as witnesses:
Hi run Heath, O. C. SyUes, Muthew Riley and
Ole Asham, of Jackson county, Minnesota.
33 c. P. STIERARD, Register.
U. S. LANPOrricEat Worthlngton .Minn.,
March tilth. 1888.
NOTICE is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
make final proof in support ff his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the Regis
ter or Receiver at Worthlngton, Minu., ou
Saturday, April 28, 1868.
Viz: Martin Levine
11. E. No. 12,340.
For the ne'4 Sec. 2?, Town 103, Range 41.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of,
said land, viz:
Henry Read. John Read, George T. Bulick.
Buel T. Pope, o( Nobles County, Minn.
31 C. P. SUEPARD, Register.
4,500 Rolls Wall Paper,
150 Different Border Patterns,
Paint and-Whitewash Brushes,
.A_t C- A\r• Smith's
Parties desiring a place to board can
find accommodations at the residence
of T. Griffin on fifth ave. 29 4w
Instead of being on oar "last legs"
we are just getting our working
Ah, that reminds us. When the old
Journal got on its "last legs" it sent
for the Methodist preacher, Bro. Ogle,
and he prayed with it, aud worked
with it, and got up "premiums," and
clubs," and told what a bad, bad man
that ADVANCE roan was, but it "pet
ered out" nevertheless. History runs
in circles, repeats itself, comes around
again to the Methodist preacher, and
he kills it trying to save it. But oh,
what a consolation to know that when
the Globe's body dies in parson Lath
rop's hands, it will die a Methodist,
and "its soul will go straight to glory
Double usury drained out of the pro
ducts of labor for currency is the cause
of the impoverishment of the laboring
classes in England —Speech of Rev.
Gilbert De La Martyr at Greeley, Col.
IS *5 18
FLOUK. Per 100 lbs., #2.20,2.3I, 2.50
WILI) HAY #1.00 to 4.60
TIMOTHY HAY #i.00to 7 00
LUMBEB, Common, per M. ..$15 to 20.00
Clear, $30 to 50.00
WOOD, per cord $5.80 to 8.C0
HAItD COAL, per ton 10.50
SOFT COAL, per ton #5 to 8.00
Good Farm for Sale Cheap
A Rood, well-improved farm for sale. House,
good iiarn and granery, both new two wells,
yood wind break, a lot of small fruit, raspber
rles. strawberries and plums. l«o acres, 90 un
der plow, part in timothy. miles from Wor
thlngton. Plenty ot water aud grass. Address
or apply to 8. S. MOBTON.
Or Peter Thompson, Worthlngton, Minn. Mtf
Fitch & Brooks,
Real Estate Dealers,
Exchange and Investment Brokers.
Only First-Class Hotel in Town.
Good Sample Rooms.
Livery Stable Connected with the House.
S. M. ESPEY, Proprietor.
Notice of mortgage Sale bjr Adver»
HEREAS, has been made in the
of a certain mortgage executed
and delivered by Lewis 8. Nelson and Clemma
Nelson, his wife, mortgagor, to Minnesota Loan
& Investment Compauy, mortgagee, dated the
Mil day of March, A. D. 1886, and recorded
iu the office of the register of deeds of the coun-
there is claimed tobe due and isHue at the date
of this notice, the amount of Sixty-Eight and
50-100 Dollars, (§68.50).
And no action or proceeding has been institu
ted at law or in equity 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 iu 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, by the sheriff of said
county, for cash, at t-lie front door of the court
house, in the village of V.'orthiiigtod in the
couuty of Nobles and state of Minnesota, on
Saturday, the 26th day of May,
A. D. 1888. at 1 o'clock in the afternoon, to satis
fy the amount which shall then be due on said
mortgage, with the interest thereon, and eosts
and expenses of sale, andTwenty-Five dollars at
torney fees, as stipulated in said mortgage iu
case of foreclosure.
The premises described in said mortgage, and
so to be sold, are the lots, pieees or parcels of
land situated iu the county of Nobles and state
of Minnesota, and kuown and described as fol
Lots number Nine (n). Ten (io) and Twelve
(12). ol Block number Five (5), in the village ol"
Adrian, according to the official of sail vil
lage on file and of record in the office of the reg
ister of deeds of said county.
MINNESOTA LO'AX & INVESTMENT
GKO. W. WILSON, Attorney of Mortgagee.
Dated April 7lh, 1x84.
First publication April 12. 1888.
Last publication May 17.1S88.
STATE OF MINNESOTA,
County of Nobles.
In 1'robate Court—April term, Monday, April
fn the matter of the estate of Charles J. Folger,
Whe-eas, a certified copy of the last will and
testament of Charles.I. Folger. of the town of
Genev i. in he e»un.y of Ontario, state of New
Voi k. has been filed in thl- court
And Whereas, it appearing that saii will has
been duly proved and allowed and admitted to
probate according to the lai»s ot the ate of
New York in which said will Charles Wor.h
b'olger, Jane Gartskill Folger and Susan Worth
Folger ate appointed executors, said Susan
Worth Folger not Urine of lawful age, Letters
Testamentary were issued to said Charles
Worth tolger and .lane Gartskill Folger.
Charles Worth Folger since deceased, and "MI
san Worth Folger having become of lawful age,
:iii 1 having duly qualified for th.it purpose, and
Letters Ttstiunentiry issued her in connec
tion with Jane Gartskill Folger as co execu
triees. as appears from the certificates of the
surrogate of the county of Ontario, state of New
And Whereas .Tane Gari skill Folger and Sn
san Worth Folger. of Sarauac Lake, state of
New York, have filed a petition praying tint
said will may be allowed aud admitted to pro
bate in this court, and letters Testamentary is
sued thereon io tlfin in accordance with the
statutes in such case made and provided.
It is ordered that said petition be heard before
this court at he probate office in Worthington,
county of Nobles, state of Minnesota, on
Monday, tho 7th day of May,
A. D. 1888, a* one o'clock In the afternoon, when
all concerned may appear and contest the pro
bate of said instrument.
And it is ordered further, that public notice of
the time and place of said hearing he given to all
persons interested by publication of these or
ders for three weeks successively previous to
said day of hearing, in the Worthington Ad
vance, a weekly newspaper printed and pub
lished at Worthlngton In said county.
Dated at Worthington the 9th day of April A.
By the Court,
&. L. WEMPLE,
34-3W Judge of Frobate.
ORDER FOR HEARING AND NOTICE
OF APPLICATION FOK APPOINT
MENT OF ADMINISTRATOR.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, 1
COUHTY or NOBLES.
In Probate Court.
tn the matter of the estate of J. s. Munson,
On reading and filing the petition of F. E.
Munson, of Minneapolis, representing, among
other things, that J. S. Munson. late of Spokane
tall8, Washington Territory, on the 2d day
of November, A. D. 1887, at Siwkane Falls,
Washington Territory, died In testate, and an in
habitant of Spokane Falls, said Territory,
at the lime of his death, leaving
.. estate within this county,
and that the said petitioner is a son of
said deceased, and praying that admlnistra
Hon of said estate be to Geo. 8. Munson
It is ordered, that said petition be heard be
fore the Judge of this court, on
Monday, the 30th day of April,
A. D. 1888. at 1 o'clock p. m., at probate office at
Worthington, in said county.
Ordered further, that notice thereof be given
to the heirs of said deceased, and to all persons
interested, by publishing a copy of this order
for three successive weeks prior to snid day of
hearing, in the Worthington Advance, a weekly
newspaper printed and published at Worthing
ton in said county.
Dated at Worthington the 4th day of April.
A. D. 1888
Bv the Court..
I SEAL. E. L. WEMPLE,
33-4w Judge of Frobate.
U. S. LAND OFFICE, Worthlngton, Minn.,
February 28, 1888.
Complaint having been entered at this Office
by John U. Ash worth against James Powell.
For failure to coirply with law as to Timber.
Culture Kntry No. 2451, dated
Upon the sw^ section 28, township 104. N.
range 41, W
In Nobles county, Minn., with a view to the
cancellation of said entry contestant alleging
The siid James Powell has failed to break or
cause to lie broken, live acres of said land since
his said entry, and up to the date hereof has
failed to do any work thereon in any manner
The said parties are hereby summoned to ap
pear at this office on
The 28th day of April, 1888,
At lo o'clock a. m., to respond and furnish tes
timony conccrnlngsaid alleged failure.
C. P. SHEPARD. Register.
31 AUGUST PBTEHSON, Receiver.
for Infants -and Children.
"Caalariaiaao veil adapted to
children that I CMtola core* OoBe. OoatlpaUon,
(racoir mead itaa superior to any nrcscriDtion I Soar Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation.
8a Qsfofld 81, Brooklyn, N.Y. WttS^ IaJMoat medieatta.
FAMVS MACHINERY, Buggies,
Agent, St. Paul, Minn.
Tn Cknum COKTAMT, 188 Mton Street V. T.
GRAIN, WO JL, BINDING TWINE, Etc.
McCormick Light Steel Binders
Light Steel Mowers,
4} and 5
Monitor Plows and Hay IRakesycot.feet
Hollingsworth 10 and 12 feet Hay Rakes«
Evans' Reversible Harrows.
rear 01UAVIS BRICK
F. H. DAY,
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Make a Specialty of
Minnesota Chief and Massilion Threshers,
Champion Reapers and Mowers,
laUBiBEE, Shingles, Lath,
Paper, Doors, Sash, Blinds and Paint.
COAL AND WOOD. Worthington, Minn.
Swedish Mercantile Company,
DRY GOODS and GROCERIES,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Crockery, Claisirare, and
FARM MtODUCE TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS.
Milwaukee Harvesters and Mowers.
Call and examine our machines before buying elsewhere. Satisfaction
guaranteed in prices and quality.
IN THE ADVANCE BLOCK,
looking for new locations or iu vestments, semi
monthly excursions have been arranged, at one
fare for the round trip, to all points in Dakota
and Minnesota. Tickets fir clans and pood for
3o days. For maps and further particulars ad*
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Triumph Seeders, Kalamazoo Spring Tooth Harrow and Cultl vatora
Corn Plows. Planters and Check Rowers. Also Wagons.
Improved or Unimproved, or Stocks
iise, in exchange for good
Property. When writing, give tell description
nt property. Farm Loans negotiated and ttood
Address, BIQELOW A SHELDON.
NO Temple Court. Minneapolis, Mian,