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I' PUSL/ISHKD WKKKLT AT
WORTHINGTON. NOBLES COUNTY, MINN.
Terms Two Dollars per year. If paid in ad
•«ilc3, *1.60 a year. All orders will receive
prompt attention. Communications intended
or publication mnst be acccoinpanted by thernal
name and address of the writer as a guaranty of
good faith—not necessarily for publication.
One Inch three weeks, 12.00, three months,
Arrive at Worthington at 3:50
Ar. at Sioux City at 7:25
Three inches 3 weeks, 5.0ft, 8.0o
Special rates given for larger advertisements,
lieading notices, first week 10 cents a line
ubiequent insertion? cents a lino each week.
Transient advertisements paid in advance.
Yearly advertisements to be paid quarterly.
Les al advertisements to be paid for before
Affidavit is given.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS.
SIOUX CTTT ST. PAUL TIME OAHD.
Leave St. Paul at 6.00 p. m.
Worthiugton, at 1.25 a. m.
Arrive at Siou* City, at 4.51 a. m.
NO. 3 PASSBNGBB.
Leave St. Paul at 7:30 a
NO. 2. PASSENGER.
Leave Sioux City at 10:54 p.
Worthington, at 2:11 a. m.
Arrive at St. Paul, at 9:30 a. m.
NO. 4 PA3SENOBR.
Leave Sioux City at 8:05 a
Arrive at Worthington at 11:34 am
Ar. at St. Paul at 7:03 put
«3olng East—Leaves Worthington at 1:45 p. m.
Uo r.g West—Leaves Worthington at 2:20 p.m
WORTHINGTON AND SIOUX FALLS B. R.
I.envos Mitchell 5:20 a. m.
Arrives at Worthington 11:22 a. m.
Loaves Worfhinpton (daily) 4:00 p.m.
Arrive ai) Mitchell 10:20 p. m.
Sioux Falls Accom. leaves ll '.00 p. m.
K. E. WARREN, Agent.
doing Tortt—Accommodation arrives at 8:35
ioingSout.il—Accommodation leaves a 6:00
E. E. WARREN, Agent.
A. Q. of U. W,
Worthington J^odge Xo 05 meets every alter
nate Fridas evening.
L. M. LANGE, Master Workman.
R. W. MOBEKLY, Recorder.
Stoddard Post No. 34 meets first and third
Batuniay evenings in each month, at i. A. R.
L. M. LANGE, Commander.
R. 13. PI.OTT3, A ijntiUlt.
A S O N I
EfJULAR COMMUNICATIONS of Fraterni
ty Lodge- No. 101, A.. F. & A. M. at Masonic
.AW/, Hall In Worthington on the
1st and 3d Mondays in each
TMs 1st ana
B- i'" TnmiBKR, W. M.
B.B. PIJOTTS, Sec.
TIONS of Living Arch Chap
ter, No. 28, R. •. A. •. M. atMa-
if .' *#®\.
In each mcnth.
ic Hall on the 4th Monday
NOBLES COUNTY OFFICERS.
ACTDITOR—E. S. Mills.
T*J3ASUKEK—R. W. Moberly.
RKUISTEH OP J)HEUS—B. F. .fohnson.
JUDGE OF PROBATE—E. L. Wemple.
CLEHK OF COCKT—K. A. Stevens.
forux COMMISSIONER—I. P. Durfeo.
JUNTY ATTOKNET—L. M. Lange.
COUNTY SURVEYOR—W. l). Smith.
COUONER—Dr. L. W. Warren.
COUNTY SCPERINTENDENT—A. Campbell.
First District—J. II Denton, Graham Lakes,
Sncomt District—S. IV Bedford, of Dewald,
T'lird JHstrict—O. S Meliek, of Adrian.
Fourth District—Kichaid O'Ucaiu, of Grand
Fifth District—J. A. Town, of Worthington,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in all kinds
Saddles, TTarnes.«, Trunks, etc.
Custom work and Repairing in both branches
Of is lies*.
Tenth Street, Worthington, Minn.
Farm Produce for Cash,
And in Exchange for Merchandise.
O. G. CRUNDSTEN,
Real Estate Agent.
Improved and Unimproved Lands, also Emi
grant's Tickets for sale, Fire Insurance,
and money forwarded to Europe.
Physician &. Surgeon.
Graduate of Medical Departirent of Harvard
University. U.S. Examining Surgeon.
01' FICE AND URSIDICNCE—Corner of Fourth
Avenue and Eleventh Street.
Jul Is Promptly Attended to.
LEWIS, the GROCER,
In Anderson's new Brick Store,
When you want the BKST GOODS at
CALL ON US. 15-ly
REGISTER of DEEDS
Will pay Taxes and furnish Abstracts of Titlei
Conveyancing done neatly and promptly. C5or»
WORTHING TON, MINN.
Onlv First-Class Hotel in Town.
Good Sample Rooms.
Livery Stable Connected with the House.
S. M. ESPEY, Proprietor.
E. L. TVEMPLE Proprietor.
Womnoioi. Mnni., SEFTKVBKB27,1888.
The Worthington ADVAHOBis the Official Pa
Village of Worthington,
IT. S. Land Office*
Parties desiring to keep posted in any public
matter relating to Nobles county must have the
See noticc of Teachers' Examination.
Com. O. S. Melick, Republican can
didate for Auditor, was in town yes
Postmaster Bennet, Dr. Barber, H.
C. Shepard, Ed. Warren, Charley lie
cox are taking in the Corn Palace.
I. P. Durfee came down from Minne
apolis and Sundayed with his family.
This is Sept. 27th and haying is still
in progress and late corn is ripening
yet. Frost still delays. It has held off
in this climate to October 10.
Judge Wilson has secured a divorce
for the parties in the case of Tapper vs.
Tapper of Heron Lake.
The Corn Palace train from here to
Sioux City takes out a number each
morning and we suppose is well loaded
by the time it reaches the city.
Mr. Brooks has sold the C. P. Ran
dall place in Ewiugton township, Jack
son County,to John Wertimont, of Car
roll county, Iowa.
New Fall aud Winter Millinery at
Mrs. Baker's. Tourists suits in great
varieties. Great bargains in ostrich
tips in all shades and black. 1
There will be service in the Episco
pal church on next Sundav morning at
11 o'clock and in the evening at 7:30.
Sunday school after morning service.
Ignatius Donnelly, the Union Labor
caudidate for govenor, will speak in
Worthington next Monday. Donnelly
is probably the best speaker in the
The Democrats held a meeting at
Bigelow on Saturday night last which
was addressed by Mr. Mott, their can
didate for Superintendent of schools.
In a few lys prairie fires will be run
ning. When you read this, rush out
and see that your stacks and barns are
amply protected. There are nearly
double as many stack as usual this year.
John Ilayden, of Ellsworth, was
brought over yesterday and lodged with
Sheriff Audeison and Jailor Williams,
having been sent up for teu.days on a
charge of drunkenness.
This is a good potato year. Sheriff
Anderson put his lots near the lake
shore into potatoes and will have 200
to 300 bushels. Some of them will
weigh a pound and a half to 2 lbs.
Parties knowing themselves indebted
to me please call and settle, as I urn go
iugaway, and must settle with all be
fore I leave. [6-2w] 3. MCLEAN
C. Daua and family, aud Frauk
Lawrence, of Summit Lake, left Satur
day last for Nebraska. Mr. Dana was
one of the early settlers in this county
and we wish him aud his family success
in their new home.
Allen Chaney is another veteran who
voted for "Old Tippecanoe." We learn
that Father McManus, father of our
J. S. McManus, also voted for General
See announcement of A. M. Thom as
an Independent candidate for Sheriff.
Mr. Thom speaks a little late but
"better late than never."
See call for Republican, Democratic,
Prohibition aud Independent conven
tions. The ADVANCE is the vehicle
for all parties to reach the public "hye
The gang of men who are laying the
new track are now in the village limits.
The new rails ate larger than the old,
and make a massive looking track.—
New ties are replacing the worn ones
anil the track is vastly improved.
One of Milton Smith's liltle boys,
who lives with his grandfather, 11. R.
Smith, near town, was thrown from a
horse on Friday last and had his arm
broken in two places. The horse scared
at something near Anderson's restau
rant and threw the boy off against the
sidewalk near the north corner of the
park. Mr. Aagard picked the boy up
and took him to Dr. Kenyon's office
when the arm was set.
The Ladies' Guild will give an enter
tainment at the residence of Rev. C.
S. Ware, on Wednesday, Oct. 3d at 4
o'clock, P. M. The little folk of the
kindergarten will go through some of
their occupations and games. Mothers
and teachers who have never seen the
work of this beautiful system, should
not miss this opportunity. Price of
admission ten cents.
EDITOR ADVANCE: Please an
nounce that the entertainment for the
benefit of the schools ts been indefi
nifltely postponed for the reason that
Prof. Hamiil. of Chicago, who intend
ed to take the principal part will be un
able to come ai this time.
W. W. HOBBS.
The village Council at the last two
meetings found no business beyond al
lowing the following bills: Globe Heat
and Light Company, $33.00 A. Forbes,
53.50 H. C. Shepard, 70.26 Pioneer
Press Co., docket for justice, §6.50 S.
Kindlund, glazing, 65c.
LARKIN TP., Nobles Co., Minn.
Lost by lightning on 14th inst., my
barn with its contents, including nine
horses, and had same insured in St.
Paul Fire and Marine Insurance com
pany, with Foley Brothers of Adrian.
Had my loss satisfactorily adjusted on
10 inst., by M. E. Foley. So I advise
all who desire an insurance to insure
with Foley Brothers, they will give you
a square deal and they adjust all losses
for their company in their district. My
loss amounted to $2,200 and to my
heart's content I recommend you to
deal with Foley Brothers in preference
to all other agents.
See adv. of Mr. Buhner, who has
some 7,000 head of cabbages to sell,
besides millions of onions and garden
*fsas9." Mr. B. lives in Seward town
ship, in this county, and runs a truck
wagon to all the surrounding towns.
He has one of the prettiest farms in the
county aad don'tlet his vegetables go
The editor of the ADVANCE is a can
didate for money and will make a can
vas of the county soon in the interest
of Ins ''ticket," asking the
currency) of delinquent voters.- He has
already served the public faithfully for
many years and he asks a re-election
to the amount now due.
In short, we are making collection
excursions through the county and we
ask all our subscribers to be prepared
to pay up. This time, we cannot wait,
and we ask all for a settlemeat by cash
The editor of the ADVANCE accom
panied Sheriff Anderson on Monday last
on a trip through Hersey, Graham
Lakes, Seward and Elk (not a political
trip.) Mr. A. went to summon jurors
for the approaching term and we went
on a collecting tour. The day was fine
and the country shows up splendidly.
Never before were there so many stacks
to be seen. It looks to us as though
there were double the number, especial
ly of hay, ever seen in the county at
one time. We saw a great deal of ex
cellent flax being gathered, and found
men who, besides a good flax crop, had
600 to 800 bushels of fair wheat. The
corn crop, strangely enough, after a
late cold spring, is excellent and is most
of it out of danger from frost, which
has held off on purpose to save the corn
and prolong haying.
The money crop will begin to be har
vested soon and then, we hope collec
tions will be better. Get your cow
crop gathered aud your potatoes in
stack, for the printer is coming for his
We dropped into the Worthington
Mills yesterday and found the Messrs.
Gilbert busy taking in wheat and turn
ing out flour. Mr. G. informed us that
he was then grinding some Nobles co.
wheat with a view to making a test.—
He had also shipped a car load to Min
neapolis to have it tested and graded
there. Wheat is coming in slowly and
the mill has orders for several car loads
of flour which cannot be filled at once.
A good deal of the new wheat is very
poor and will not command above 50c
to 60c. Old wheat will bring 75c.
VOTED FOR 9ENMRAL HARRISON.
EDITOR ADVANCE:—I notice that
many Republican papers are publishing
the names of persons now living who
voted for General Harrison in 1840.
I. then living at Ogdensburg, N. Y.
cast my vote for him. I hope to vote in
November for his grandson. Gen. Har
rison, who I believe to be worthy,
morally, religiously aiid politically of
the high honor of being President of
the United States. I marsheled a pro
cession one mile long, from Ogdensburg
to Canton, 20 miles, to a county mass
convention in 1840.
Banker Dayton's new house on Grand
Av. is receiving the finishing touches
of the carpenters. It is a "House with
Six Gables" and is perhaps the best
dwelling house in town.
Rev. Mr. Franzen, of the Swedish
Lutheran Church, is improving and en
larging his house.
Register C. P. Shepard's house is
nearly completed and is much improv
ed and enlarged by the change.
The Alliance met last Saturday but
unexpectedly received a call from the
Recording Secretary of the State
Alliance, Mr. Erick Olson, of St. Paul,
business was postponed until the next
meeting in order to confer with Mr.
Olson on other matters and will meet
again next Saturday the 29th inst., at
2 o'clock P. M. The Alliance was
pleised to meet Mr. Olson in person
and a cordial invitation is extended to
him to call again at his earliest conven
ience. M. DOANE, Sec.
JUICE OF TUB GKAFB UNFKKMKNTED.
In an Interview with Mr. Speer, the producer
of the celebrated uuferniented Oporto Grape
Juice, he said that the Grape Juice when
passed through the fumigating process, and
treated with the electric
current is perfectly free
from spirit or germ that makes it and from any
foreign substance. We have to watch it very close
ly, however, he iid. and if any signs of fermen
tation appear it must immediately be drawn off
the lees and again passed through the fumigating
process, and a current of electricity, for if a day
or two should pass before they do this, one or
two per cent of alcohol might be formed. Kept
The following actually oocurred the
other day at a public house in Worth
Man in office calling to girls in the
dining room for the ADVANCE—Bring
me the paper.
Girls who are reading the ADVANCE
bring him the Globe. Man throws it
down and exclaims:
it! Bring me the paper."
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy was used with the
greatest success during our epidemic of
Bloody Flux. I do not know of a case
that was lost where this Remedy was
used. One of my friends, about six
miles from here, had a child that was
given up by the two doctors who at
tended it he then used Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
and the child recovered. All who have
used it speak of it in the highest terms.
Wishing you abundant success for the
good you are doing, I am. Very Truly
Yours,—P. E. LAVENDER, P. M.,
Chestnut, Amherst, Co., Va.—
C. W. Smith.
We are informed that E. S. Mills is
reported to be incompetent for the
office of Auditor. This time he is not
only incompetent but irrelevant and
immaterial. He is already beaten, or
rather his luck and his former support
ers have left him.
English Spavin Liniment removes
all Hard, soft, or Calloused Lumps
and Blemishes from horses, Blood
Spavin, Curbs, Splints, Sweeney, Ring
bone, Stifles, Sprains, all Swollen
Throats, Coughs, Etc. Save $50 by
use of one bottle. Waranted. Sold
by C. W. Smith, Druggist, Worthing
ton, Minnesota. 16-41
The young people of the Congrega
tional church will give asocial Friday
evening at the church. Supper and
The best Fourth-of-July speech we
have seen in print was that delivered
by Mr. A. P. Miller editor of the Wor
thington, Minn., ADVANCE. It is pub
lished in the ADVANCE, August 2.—
San Francisco Free Thought, Sept. 22.
House and lot for sale on monthly
pay men ts. 6-tf] 8. MCLEAN.
The new Estey Organ recently re
ceived by the ADVANCE (list price
$182) has been tested by competent
judges and pronounced No 1 as to tone
and quality. We can furnish one or
two to parties able to pay cash at
figures which will snprise them. We
are-not in the bu-iness, bat we have
contracted for one or two more aiid
can furnish a new organ at second
Furniture for sale. Inquire at the
ADVANCE office. *5-4W
ARTICLES OF INCORPORA
all men by these presents: That we,
the uudersigned, have agreed to and do
ourselves together for the pur
pose hereinafter expressed, and do hereby, under
and pursuant to the Laws of the State of Minne
sota. in smh case made and provided, incor
porate ourselves, and our successors, adoptlug
and publishing the following Articles of incor
The name of said Corporation shall be "Water
loo Laud Company."' The general nature of its
business shall be to own, control, establish, aud
dispose of the site of the Town of Waterloo, in
the Township of Willmont, County of Nobles,
and State of Miunesota, situated in and embrac
ing One hundred and Sixty acres of land, more
or less, in the Township, County, and State
aforesaid, described as follows, viz: The west
half ^fqf the north-east quarter 04), and the
Section twenty-seven (27), Township One'
dred and Fo
ur (104), North, of Ram
(42, West of the 5th
0/4) of the north-west quarter (&) of
ange forty two
Meridlau, and to
that end to take all tne necessary steps to sur-
vey, lay out, and establish the site of the said
town or Waterloo upon the said premises, and
to use, plat, divide, subdivide, lease, mortgage,
sell and convey, said premises, or any
lot or lots, parcel or parcels, piece or pieces
thereof upon such terms as it shall deem
best, and to hold, coutrol, and dispose of any and
all the easements, licenses, aud other rights,
privileges, and property necessary, useful, or
convenient to carry out the object, uses, and pur
poses aforesaid, and to acquire, and purchase
from time to time
other lands in the said coun
lands or any part or parts thereof,' and to that
end to lease, mortgage, sell and convey, said
lands or any part thereof which may hereafter
be acquired at any time and from time to time,
upon such terms as it shall deem best, and to
hold, control, and dispose of any, aud all of the
easements, licences and other rights, privileges,
aud property necessary, useful, or convenient,
to carry out the objects, uses and purposes,
The principal place of business of said Cor
poration shall be at the Town of Waterloo in
the Township of Willmont in the County of No
bles and State of Miunesota. A branch office
of the said Corporation will be located at Strat
ford, County of Perth, Province of Ontario,' Do
minion of Canada.
The time of the commencement of the said
Corporation shall be on the 5tli day of Novem
ber, A. D. 1888, and said Corporation shall con
tinue for a period of thirty years. The first
meeting of said Corporation shall be held on
Monday, the 5th day of November, A. D. 1888, at
the office of the Company, in Idington's block,
on Erie street, in the said city of Stratford.
The amount of the Capital stock of said Cor
poration shall be Fifty Thousand Dollars, (fx),
000) which shall be paid in at such time and
in such sums and instalments as the Board of
Directors shall determine aud direct.
The highest amount of indebtedness or liabil
ity to which the said Corporation shall at auv
time be subject shall be the sum of -Fifty Thou
sand Dollars ($50,000).
The names and plaees of residence of the per
sons forming said Association for Incorpora
tion are as follows, to wit: Henry C. Miller, of
Fulda, Minnesota,. Capitalist Frederick M.
Bcaman, of Aurora, Illinois, Capitalist John
MacQuillan. of Stratford, Ontario, Canada, Real
Estate Broker William Pierce, of Stratford, On
tario, Canada, Hotel Keeper George Tune, of
Strattord, Ontario, Canada, Manufacturer J.
Frank Palmer, of Stratford, Ontario, Canada,
The government of said Corporation and the
management of its attairs, shall be vested in a
Board of Directors, live number, who shall be
elccted each year by and rrom the stockholders
at tlieir annual meeting, to be held as herein
provided, and said Board of Directors shall elect
a President, Vice-President, Secretary, aud
Treasurer who shall each perforin such duties
as shall be prescribed by the bv-laws. The
President and Vice-President shall be elected
from the Bo. rd of Directors. (The same person
may hold the office of both Secretary and Treas
The annual meeting of the Stockholders of
the said Corporation for the clcetion of a Board
of Directors and for the transaction of such
other business as may properlv come before
it, shall be held at the offlce of the said
Corporation in the City of Stratford, County
of Perth, Province of Ontario, and Domin
ion of Canada, on the first Mondav of No
vember in each year at ten o'clock A.
M. All officers shall le elected each year at
the first meeting of the Board of Directors after
the Annual Stockholders' meeting. Directors
and Officers shall hold their Offices until their
successors are elected. If for anv reason there
shall be a failure by the Stockholders to elect
Directors at the time herein specified, such
election may be made at a special meeting of
the Stockholders called lor tUat purpose, upon
such notice as may be prescribed in the by-laws
for calling special meetings of the Stockholders
and if for any reason Hie Directors fail elect
Officers at the time herein specified, such Officers
may be elected at any subsequent regular meet
ing of the Board of Directors, or at a special
me 'ting thereof called for that purpose.
The following named persons shall constitute
the first Board Directors of said Corporal ion, to
wit: Henry C. Miller. Frederick m. Beaman,
John MacQuillan, William Pierce, and J. Frank
Palmer, who shall hold their Offices until the
Annual meeting of the Stockholders, on the
first Monday of November A. D. 188!).
The first Officers of said Corporation shall be
J. FRANK PALMER, President FREDERICK
M. BEAMAN, Vice-President, JOHN MAC
QUILLAN, Secretary and UEOKGE TUNE
Treasurer, who shall hold their respective
Offices until the Annual Meeting on the fii-st
Monday in November. A. D. 188 ), and until their
successors are elected.
In case of a vacancy occurring for any cause
in the Board of Directors, or in anv Office of said
Corporation the same mav be tilled by the Board
of Directors, the person so
elected to hold office
until the next annual meeting thereafter.
The Capital Stock of said Corporation shall be
divided into Five Hundred shares of One Hun
dred Dollars ($100.00) each.
In witness whereof we have hereto set our
hands and seals, this 4th day of September, A.
HENRY C. MILLER.
FREDERICK M. BEAMAN.
J. FRANK PALMER.
Witness to the signature of Henry C.
Gustavus J. Tatge.
In the presence of: N. P. Buckingham, A. W.
Canada, Province of Ontario, Beit known that
County of Perth,Jto-wit on the fourth day
of September, A, D. 1888, before me, a Notary
Public, in and for said county of Perth, and Prov
ince of Ontario, duly commissioned, personally
came Frederick M. Beaman, John MacQuillan.
William Pierce, George Tune aud J. "Frank
Palmer, known to me to be the
cribed in and who executed the within articles of
incorporation and they severally acknowledged
that they executed the same as their free act and
deed for the uses and purposes therein set forth.
Dated this4 Sept., 1888. JOHN IDINGTON.
[SKAIJ.J Notary Tublic.
State of Illinois,
County of Cook. 5
I, Merritt W. Pinckney, a Notary Public in and
for the said County of Cook, in the State afore
said, do hereby certify, that Henry C. Miller
personally known to me to be the same person
whose name is subscribed to the foregoing In
strument, appeared before me this day in person
and acknowledged that he gned, sealed, and
delivered the said Instrument as his free and
voluntary act, for the uses and purposes therein
set forth, including the release and waiver of
the right of homestead.
Given under my hand and Notarial Seal, this
Sixth day oi September, A. D. 1888.
MERRITT W. PINCKNEY.
[S8AL,] Notary Public.
State of Minnesota,
Department of State.
I hereby certify that the within Instrument
was filed for record in this office on the loth dav
of ^September, A. D. 1888, at 10 o'clock A. M.',
and was duly recorded in Book of Incor
porations on page 630.
Offlce of Register of Deeds,
Nobles Co., Minn. fss
I hereby certify that the within Instrument
was filed in this office for record on the 8tli day
of September, A. D. 1888. at 8 o'clock A. M„ and
was duly recorded in Book "B" Miscellaneous
Records, on pages 621 to 623.
Register of Deeds.
House and Lot for sale on Monthly
48-tf. s. MCLEAN.
Store building in Adrian, with large
store room below and six rooms above.
Good cellar and cistern. Inquire of
MRS. IIKNRY DAVIS,
L. M.Lange has money to loan on
real property in sums of $100 to
For Sale. A sound five-year-old
mare. Inquire at the Advance office
Gasoline stove for sale. Inquire at
Decorali la. Business College, John
R. Slack, Principal (an accountant
forty years) offers a six months course
for thirtv dollars. Send for circular.
EDTTOR ADVANCE: Please announce my name
5? a candidate for re-election to the office of
Sheriff of Nobles Countv.
There will be a Republican meeting
at Brewster on next Tuesday evening,
good speakers will be in attendance.
IS CONSUMPTION INCURABLE?
Read the following: Mr. G.H.Mor
ris, Newark Ark., says: "Was down
with Abscess of Lungs, and friends and
physicians pronounced mean Incurable
Consumptive. Began taking Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consump
tion am now on my third bottle and
able to oversee the work on my farm.
It is the finest medicine ever made".
Jesse Middlewart, Decatur, Ohio,
says: "Had it not been for Dr King's
New Discovery for Consumption I
would have died of Lung Trouble. Was
given up by Doctors. Am now in best
of health." Try it. Sample bottle free
at C. W. Smith's Drug Store. 5
During the heavy thunder storm
Thursday night of last week, lightning
struck the barn of Hans Halverson, on
Section 20, Larkin, and burned it to
the ground. The barn was 28x42, with
sheds on side and end. It contained
nine head of horses, nine sets of harness
one new corn shelter, two calves, six
pigs, and a lot of bay, and all were
SPECIAL TRAIN TO SIOUX CITY.
Fortheseoond Annual Corn Palace
and Harvest Festival at Sioux City,
special trains will run as follows,
Sept- 24th to Oct. 6tb, not including
Train will leave Worthington at 7 a.
m. and arrive at Sioux City at 11 a. m.
Leave Sioux City at 10 p. m. and ar
rive at Worthington at 1:44 a. m.
Rates from ticket stations only, ONE
FARE for the ROUND TRIP.
Excursion Passengers are requested
to use this train, as extra accomoda
tions cannot be furnished on regular
trains. T. W. TEASDALE,
E. E. WARREN, G. P. A.
Minneapolis Iiiti ustrial Exposition,
Aug. 22 to Sept. 29.
Centennial Exposition at Cincinnati,
Ohio, July 4 to Oct. 27.
Sioux City Corn Palace, Sept. 24 to
Nobles County Fair
FLOUR, frer 100 lbs.,....
LUMBER, Common, per
$2.60 to 3.00
.... $8.00 tOlO 00
M. ..$15 to 20.00
$30 to 50.00
....$5.50 to 8.50
$5 to 8.00
WOOD, per cord'.
HARD COAL, per ton...
SOFT COAL, per ton....
The Burlington, Cedar Rapids & Northern
will sell excursion tickets as follows:
For the National Encampment G. A. R., at
Columbus, Ohio, .Sept. to to 14, will sell excur
sion tickets from all principal points on its line
at the extremely low rate of one cent per mile
each way for the round trip. Tickets will be
on sale Sept. 7,8 and i. Do not fail to call on
ticket agents of the B. C. R. & N. R'y for rates
of hire, limits of tickets, time of trains, etc.
The boom Is still on in the Northwest along
the line of the B. C. It. &N. R'y, and that road
will sell Excursion Tickets at ONE FARE for
the round trip from all stations south of and in
cluding Cedar Rapids, to all stations on its Iowa
Falls Division, north of and including Iowa Fulls.
The dates of snles are August 21, September it
and 25, and October 9 and 23.188S. Tickets good
for thirty days from date of sale.
For full information call on nny B. C. R. & N
age ut, or address J. E HAN N KG AN,
G. T. & P. A..
Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
FINAL. PROOF y01 ICES.
U. 8. Land Office, Wo1 nington, Minn.
_T Sep'r. 17, tsss.
Notice is hereby given tU\i the following ra
ined settler has Jited notice of his intention to
make fin il proof in support his claim, and tint
stiid proof will be riaie before the Kecister and
iJeceiverat Worthington, Minn., on
Monday, the .'Otli day of Oct, !888,
Viz: Clnrl. ilockhaus
li. E. Xo. 1.', .7.",
For the ne'-i ofSec. ls-lo-Mt.
He names as witnesses:
BaWasar !lanunf. John P. TTens, Thomas
Klasey, John li. Weber, all Nob cs county,
C. P. SIIEPARD, Register.
U. S. LANK OFFICE at Worthington, Minn.,
Sept. 17, 18-8.
NOTICE is hereby given that the following
uamed settler has filed notice of his intention 10
ike final proof iu support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the Regis
ter and Receiver at Worthington, Minn., on
Monday, October'29th, 1S88.
Viz: Michal Crut
11. li. No. 12,554.
For tbe wj^se% Sec. 30, Town 104, Range 41.
He names tlie fallowing witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of,
said land, viz:
Charles Sanger, Thomas Klasey, Nelson Mar
tin, James Kelfoiie, all of Nobles co., Minn.
5 C. P. SIIEI'AISD. Register.
United States Land Offlce,
Worthington, Mum., August ai, 1888.
Notice Is hereby given that hlisha Brown
has flled notice of intention to make final proof
before the Register and Receiver at their office
iu Worthington, Minn., on
Friday, the 281i day of Sepemher, 1888,
On timber culture application No.
S W quarter of section No. 8, in Township No.
Range No. 42.
He names as witnesses:
Nels Martin, Fred Pank, John D. Kllndworth
and Jacob Kllndworth, of Nobles county.
1 C. P. SilBi'AKJ), Register.
LAND OFFICEat Worthington, Minn.,
August 16th. 1888.
NOTICB is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed not ice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the U. S.
Land Office at Worthington, Minn., on
Wednesday, 'ct. Wth, 1888.
Viz: Jacob Hanson.
Homestead Application, No.
For the n^se?. & n^sw^ sec. 23-101-33.
He names the fallowing witnesses to prove his
continuous resldeuce upon, and cultivation of,
said land, viz:
Jacob Dahl, E. L. Tysver, Kniult Olson, and
Ole Hanson, of Jackson Co..Minn,
C. P. SiiEPAiiD, Register.
EDITOR ADVANCE: I hereby announce my
self an Independent candidate for the office of
Sheriff of Nobles County.
ALEX. M. THOM.
For County Auditor.
EPITOII ADVANCE: Please announce that I
will be a candidate for the office of Auditor of
Nobles county at the election in November
next. j. T. MCKNIOUT.
For Register of Deeds.
EDITOR ADVANCE: Tlease announce that I
will be a candidate for Registei of Deeds, sub
ject to the decision of the voters of Nobies Co.
I. B. NEWURK.
Judge of Probate.
The undersigned announces that ho Is a can
didate for Judge of Probate of Nobles county.
For County Attorney.
EDITOR ADVANCE: Please announce to the
voters of Nobles connty that I will be a candi
date lor the office of County Attorney.
ELLSWORTH B. HALL.
TEA CHERS EX AMI N A TION.
Notice is hereby given, that a public examin
ation of teachers for the East end of Nobles
County, will be held at the School House in
Saturday, October 6th, 1888,
Commencing at 8 o'clock p. m.
Adrian, Minn., Sept. 21,1888. c-2w.
Cabbage! Cabbage! Cabbage!
I have a large stock of cabbage which I am
selling at from 2c to 8c per head. Will deliver in
Worthington, Fulda, Heron Lake, Klnbrae,
Avoca, Slayton and Currie. Am also selling very
choice onions at 41 80 per barrel. Will ship cab
bage or onions by the barrel to any address.
6-Im* JOHN BUHNER. Fnlda, Minn.
Good Farm for Sale Cheap.
1G0 acres, 80 under plow 10 in tame grass
balance, in wild meadow Barn 30x32: granary
two stories. 16x20, both new and painted: House
1KX20 two good wells with puinns and plenty of
water Grove of trees to north and west of
buildings Variety of small fruit. Two and
one hair miles
from Worthington. Will be sold
at a bargain. Price |tfi per acre, half cash, bal
ance on long time if desired.
S. H. MORTON.
DONNELLY IN WORTHING
EDITOR ADVANCE:—Please notify
the people of Nobles county, through
your paper, that Ignatius Donnelly
will speak upon the political questions,
under the auspices of the Farmers' Al
liance from a Farm and Labor party
standpoint, in Worthington on MON
DAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 1ST, at
4 P. M., and also in the evening under
the Ruspicies of the organized Laborers
from a more strictly labor standpoint.
J. P. McGaughey will also be present
and speak if not prevented by other
duties. ERIC OLSON.
St. Paul, Sept. 23,1888.
TION REPRESEN TA-
A Prohibition Mass Convention will
be held at Fulda on
FKIDAY, OI.'T. 5,1888,
At 10 o'clock a no, for the purpose of
putting in nomination a candidate for
Representative for the district of No
bles and Murray counties. The com
mittee expect to have speakers on hand
for the occasion.
All party Prohibitionists will please
take notice who live in this district and
W. J. MCALLISTER,
Chairman of Com.
INDEPENDENT PEOPLE'S CONVEN.
A Peoples' Independent Convention
will be held at the Court House in
Worthington, Friday, October, 12,1888,
for the purpose of placing in nomina
tion an Independent Peoples' County
Ticket. No credentials will be required.
Any one in sympathy with the people
and this movement will be made wel
BY ORDBR OF COMMITTEE.
DEMOCRATIC REPRESENTATIVE CON
A Democratic Representative Convention will
be held on
Monday, Oct. 1st, 1888,
in the school hall, in the village of Fulda. at 1
o'clock p. m., for the purjiose of putting in nom
ination a candidate for Represent alive in the
State Legislature for the district composed of
Nobles and Murray. Each county is entitled to
one delegate at large and one for every too votes
cast for A. A. Ames at the last general.election.
L. B. BKNNKTT,
Clin. Dem. Rep. Com.
Rio D. Barber
Henry H. Anderson.
The state of Minnesota to the above named de
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint of the
plainlitf in the above entitled action, which is
tiled in the office of the clerk of the district court
of the 13th Judicial District, in and for the coun
ty of Nobles, and state of Minnesota,
and to serve a copy of your answer to said com
plaint on the subscriber
at his offlce, in the vil
lage of Worthington in said county,
within twenty days after the service
of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day
of such service and if you fail to answer the
said complaint within the time aforesaid, the
plaintiff iu this action will take
judgment against you for the sum of onehundred
and seventy-eight dollars and fifty cents with in
terest at the rate of 7 per cent, per annum from
the 1st day of January, 1888, together with the
costs and disbursements of this action.
Dated September 7tli, 1888.
L. M. LANGE, Plaintiff's Attv.,
Sept. 20 to Oct. 25.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE BY AD
Default lias been made in the
conditions of a certain mortgage executed
and delivered by Anuie E. Rupner and
John N. liupi:er, "net husband, Mortagors, to
the Minnesota Loan and Investment Company,
mortgagee, dated the 28th dav of January, A. D.
18i»7, and recorded in the office of the
Register of Deeds of the county of Nobles,
in the Siate of Minnesota, on the 1st day of
February, A. D. 1887, at two o'clock p.
And no action or proceeding has been institu
ted at taw or in equity to recover the debt secur
ed 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
u:age and of the statute in such case made and
provided, said mortgage will be foreclosed by sale
of the mortgaged promises therein described, at
public auction, for cash, by the Sheriff of said
County, at the frontdoor of the Court House in
Hie village ol Worthington, in the couuty of No
bles aud State of Minnesota, on
Saturday, the 20tb day of October,
A. D. 1888, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, to
the amount which shall then be due on said
mortgage, with the interest thereon, and costs
and expenses of sale, aud Twenty-live Dollars
attorney's fees, as stipulated in said mort.irage
in case of foreclosure.
The premises described in said mortgage, and
so to be sold, are lie lots, pieces or parcels of
land situated iu the county of Nobles and state
Minnesota, aud known and described as fol
Lots numbered Three (3) and (4) hi Block (15)
of tiie village of Adrian according to the Plat
thereof on tile and of record 111 the office of the
Register of Deeds in and for said couuty.
MINNESOTA LOAN AND INVESTMENT
GKO. W. WILSON, Attorney of Mortgagee.
Dated Sept. 5tli, 1888.
Sept. 6 to Oct. 11.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE BY AD'
HEREAS, default has been made in the
millions of a certain mortgage executed
and delivered by 1'amelia A. Allis and A. N. Al
lis, her husband, mortgagors, to the Minnesota
there is claimed to be due and is due at
the date of this notice, the amount of Two
Hundred and Twenty-six Dollar? (§22o.)
And 00 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 in said
mortgage, ami of the statute in Mich ease made
and provided, said mortgage will be foreclosed
by sale of the mortgaged premises therein de
scribed, at public auction, bv the sheriff of said
county, lor cash, at the front door of the court
house, in the village of Worthington in the
county of Nobles aud slate of Minnesota, 011
Saturday, the 20tli day of October,
1888. at lo o'clock iu the forenoon, to satis
fy the amount which shall then be due on said
mortgage, with the interest thereon, and costs
andexpeusesofsale.aud Twenty-Five dollars at
torneys lees, as stipulated in said mortgage in
ease 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, and known and described as fol
The Northeast Quarter 04) of Section No.
Thirty. (30), in Township No. One Hundred
North, Range No. Forty.
MINNESOTA LOAN AND INVESTMENT
GKO. W. WILSON,
Attorney of Mortgagee.
Dated Sept. 5th, 1S88.
Sept. 6 to Oct. 11.
Carload of bale ties just received
and for sale by A. FORBES.
Two good work horses for sale. In
quire of MRS. HENRY DAVIS.
Horses for sale cheap for cash or on
time. N. A. CALL.
FEED STORE PTTRCHA8E.
Having purchased the Feed Store of
S. McLean, with the stock and good
will, I solicit a continuance of patron
age at the old stand. Satisfaction
guaranteed. All goods delivered any
where in the city aud suburbs.
5-1 w. A. H. WHITE.
Desirable young stock for sale. One
mfte from Sioux Falls Junction.
6-2W D. It. & W. CHANEY.
NOBLES COUNTY MAPS.
A supply of new Nobles County
Maps for sale at this offlce at 10 cents
Subscribers to the ADVANCE are en
titled to a copy of Dr. Kendall's Horse
Book whenever they pay a year's sub
scription. Ask for it if you want it.
JAMES G. CLARK'S BOOK.
The ADVANCE has received a limited
invoice of James G. Clark's volume of
poems recently issned by D. Lothrop
& Co., Boston, which will be sold at
the regular price, $1 a copy. Anv of
Mr. Clark's fr 'ends who wish a copy,
please call on )r address the
STATE OF MINNESOTA,)
County of Nobles.
District Court, Thirteenth Judicial District.
Book "L" of Mortgages, 011 page 2i:s,
011 which there is claimed to be due and is due
at the date of this notice, the amount of
ftiree Hundred and Sixty-Two (*3G2.) Dollars.
for Infants and Children.
is ao wen adapted to
chfldnattttft I Oatarta enraa OoHe,
IreooirmenditMaixpariortoaBypreacriptkMi I gjjj JSSroSoiM dt
Hema." H. A. Aaom,M.I
ULB0HOBFMDST*LTOB8KTRB,JF.T. I WUfcoutlaJarioae ••IIMIIW.
ta OBUBBOoniR, IS Itatton Stnat, 5.1
Swedish Mercantile Company,
DRY GOODS and GROCERIES,
Boota, Shoe*, Hati, C*p*» Crockery, niMtware, aad
FARM PRODUCE 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,
F. H. DAY,
Brick, Stone, Lime, Cement, and
FARM MACHINERY, Buggies,
Spring and Farm Wagons.
PUMPS, HAYFORKS, DRAIN TILE, Etc.
H. C. SHEPARD,
Make a Specialty of
Minnesota Chief and Massilion Threshers,
Champion Reapers and Mowers9
Triumph Seeders, Kalamazoo Spring Tooth Harrow and Cultivators
Our Great Success in Building up a large
MENS, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S READY-
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
Ts due to our efforts to please our Customers,
we carry a large and fine Stock. Styles good
enough to be worn by any gentlemen, and at
the lowest Cash Prices, fits guauranteed. We do
not allow any Suit to leave the house unless
it fits, and is satisfactory. C*li and see 11V
JOHNSON & ARONSON.
H. E. TORRANCE
Corn Plows, Planters and Check Bowers. Also Wagons.
WMBEE, Shingles, Lath,
Paper, Doors, Sash, Blinds and Paint.
COAL AND WOOD. Worthington, Minn.
McCormick Light Steel Binders
Light Steel Mowers,
OTTrcE—In rear of DAVIS BRICK STORE. WOrtMngtOH, Milll!.
O I S
Will be opened In Worthington on
SXOPT. 3d, 188a
On July 9th, the Institution will be r«adv to
PreParatory and special
Higher Mathematics. Latin, Greek. French,
taught English branches, thoroughly
The summer term offers many advantages to
young lady teachers.
MUSIC A SPECIALTY.
This school will be non-sectarian. For terms
Mrs. S. B. WARE,
leeting 8 p. m.
FT L. FISK. Pastor.
Dealer in All Kinds of
Farmers who wish to dispose of either
IMPROVED or WILD
Will do well to call at the Office in
WALTER AGAARD, Agt
FITCH & BROOKS.
Real Estate Dealers,
Exchange and Investment Broken.
MONDAT OF EACH Wrac
tttf E.L. W*ioL* Judge of Probate.
160 Acre Farm for $1,900.
Balance, 5years time.