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WOftTHfNGTON. NOBLK8 COUNTY, MINN.
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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS.
SIOUX CITT* ST. TkVL TIKB (UID.
Leave St. Paul at 6.00 p. m.
Worthlngton, at 1.26 a. m.
ArriveatStouv City, at 4.51 a. m.
Leave St. Paul at 7:30 am
Arrive at Worthlngton at S:50
Ar. at Sioux City at 7:26 pm
Leave Sioux City at 10:54 p.
Worthlngton, at 2:11 a. m.
Arrive at St. Paul, at 9:30 a. m.
KO. 4 PASSBNQBB.
Leave Sioux City at 8:05 am
Arrive at Worthlngton at 11:34 am
St. Paul at 7:03
Going Bast—Leaves Worthlngton at 1:45 p. m.
Co eg West—Leaves Worthlngton at 2:20 p.m
WORTHINQTON AND SIOUX PALLS R. R.
Leaves Ifitehell 5:20a.m.
Arrives at Worthlngton 11:22 a. m.
Leaves Worthlngton (daily) 4:00 p. m.
Arrive at Mitchell 10:20 p. m.
Sioux Falls} Accom. leaves 11 !00 p. m.
1. E. WAHHEN, Agent.
doing North—Accommodation arrives at 8:35
Going South—Accommodation leaves a 6:00
E. E. WABKHH, Agent.
of IT* ^T«
Worthlngton Lodge No 65 meets every alter
nate Friday evening.
L. M. LANGK. Master Workman.
R. W. MOBXHLT, Recorder.
G. A. R.
Stoddard Post No. 31 meets first and third
Saturday evenings In each month, at G.
Hall in Worthlngton on the
1st and 3d Mondays In each
B. THUBBUB, W. M.
R.B. PLOTTS, Sec.
TIONS of Living Arch Chap
ter.No. 28, R.\ A.-. M.\ atMa-
.. sonic Hall on the 4th Monday
in wen roc ntn*
NOBLES COUNTY OFFICERS.
TBBABURKK— It. Moberly.
RBQISTKK OF DSBDS—B. F. Johnson.
JUDOK or PHOBATB—E. L. Wemple.
CLBBX OF COURT—F. A. Stevens.
COURT COMMISSIONER—I. p. Durfee.
COUMTT ATTORNEY—L. M. Lange.
COCNTT SURVBTOR—W. D. Smith.
COBOMBR—Dr. L. W. Warren.
COUNTY SOHBRINTINDINT—A, Campbell.
first District—J. H. Denton, Graham Lakes,
Second Districts. B. Bedford, of Dcwald.
Third Di rict—O. S Melick, of Adrian.
Fourth Dt let—Richard O'Hearn, of Grand
fifth District J- A. Town,: of Worthing ton,
J. H. JOHNSON,
Manufacturer of and Dealer In all kinds
BOOTS Mid SHOES.
Saddles, Harness, Trunks, etc.
•Justom werk and Repairing in both branches
Tenth Street, Worthington, Minn.
Farm Produce for Cash,
And in Exchange tor Merchandise.
O. G. CRUND3TEN,
Real Estate Agent
Improved and Unimproved Lands, also Emi
grant's Tickets for sale, Fire Insurance,
and money forwarded to Europe.
R. D. BARBER,
Physician & Surgeon.
Graduate of Medical Department of Harvard
University. U.S. Examining Surgeon.
Dr. D. L. Kenyon,
O* FICB AND RESIDENCE—Corner of Fourth
Aveuue and Eleventh Street.
Jails Promptly Attended to.
LEWIS, the GROCER,
In Anderson's new Brick Store,
When you want the BEST GOODS at
CALL ON US. 15-ly
REGISTER of DEEDS
win pay Taxes and furnish Abstracts of Titlei
Conveyancing done neatly and promptly. Cor»
Only First-Class Hotel in Town.
.Good Sample Rooms.
IAvery Stable Connected with the House.
S.M. ESPEY, Proprietor.
E. L. WEMPLE Proprietor.
Womnwroi. Mnni. Novum 15, 1888,
The Worthlngton ADVABOB IS the Offldal Pa
Nobles County, "•&
Village of WortlLixiston.
U. S. Land OHloe*
Parties desiring to keep posted In any public
matter relating to Nobles county must have the
W ANTED: —An Apprentice, at
Fish's Barber Shop. 13 2t
We are this week greatly obliged to
the Worthington Globe for important
aid in getting out the official table of
Some one broke the front window of
Joe Rosenborg's harness store
A well has been bored in front of the
sohool house, fronting on 12th st, 46
feet deep, being supplied with an iron
pump, and walled by cement cast
Dr. Kenyon was called out of the
Congregational Church Sunday Morn
ing—cause, twins at the house of Mr.
Ed Gant, on the Pease farm.
On Friday two dogs: engaged in a
fight in front of Mitchell's store. For
getting all proprieties they broke
through his plate glass show windows.
The pastors of the Worthington
ohurohes have agreed to unite together
in a series of gospel meetings. It is
expected that a popular evangelist will
come to assist in the services. It is a
good thing for brethren to work in
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Smallwood, of
Omaha, have made welcome a little
daughter, which has come to be at
home with them. There is the joy
also which grand-parents only know in
the home of Hon. J. F. Moulton over
L. M. LANOB, Commander.
R. B. PLOTTS. Adjutant.
BGULAR COMMUNICATIONS of Fraternl
IV ty Lodge, No. 101, A. F. & A. M. at Masonic
farm 5 spring calves, described as
follows, 2 black heifers, 1 red heifer, 1
black bnll calf, 1 red steer calf. Also
one 2 year old line back steer. Infor
mation thankfully received and need
ful expenses paid.
131t Sec. 18, Worthington Twp.
Mr. D. W. Chute advertises to-day
that he will supply families with young,
tender beef, for present use, or winter
supply, on very reasonable terms. Mr.
Chute is a reliable man, and will re
spond promptly and satisfactorily to
the call of his customers.
The M. E. Church will hold its first
quarterly meeting for this year on Sun
day next. Rev Mr. Hare, the Presiding
elder, will be in attendance. Services at
the usual hours.
Dr. Kenyon reports Mr. Frank Mc
Gowan, engineer on the R. R. sick with
Dr. Kenyon also says Mr. Will Gray,
of Biglow, is the father of his first child
—a boy—arrived Monday.
Rev. E. T, C. Bennett, of Jefferson,
Iowa, made a most interesting lec
ture on Egypt at the Congregational
Church, on Wednesday evening. His
lecture gave evidence of careful obser
vation as a traveller, and his graphic
discriptions were listened to with in
terest by a very respectable audience.
In the District Court now in session.
Judge Perkins, presiding, the following
prosecutions, on motion of County At
torney Lange, were discontinued, State
vs. Hugh Free, for larceny State vs.
Grace, assault and State vs. Taylor,
The Union Thanksgiving Service
will be held on Thursday, Nov. 29th
at the usual hour for morning services,
at the Meethodist Episcopal Church.
Sermon by Rev. W. H. Hartzell, pastor
of the Presbyterian church.
Mrs. Glass and Mrs. Kissell, of the
New Restaurant, gave a supper last
evening to the Worthington Band and
a few invited guests. Some 30 to 40 in
all partook of the supper, which was
an excellent oollation preceded by stew
ed oysters and lubricated with hot cof
fee. 11 was a treat Indeed.
The Chairman of the Nobles county
Republican Executive Committee, L.
M. Lange, Esq., has won golden opin
ions from his party for the skill and en
ergy he displayed as a campaign organ
izer. Hon. P. Moulton, Chairman of
the legislative district committee, has
also been alert and effective in the con
test, and greatly enjoys the victory he
has helped to win.
The Young Peoples' Christian Asso
ciation will give a peanut social, atG.
A. R. Hall, next Wednesday evening,
Nov. 21st, and all are most cordially
invited to come. Peanuts will be served
in the latest and most approved styles,
to suit all tastes, raw, escaloped, and
on the half shell. A menagerie of
small animals will be on exhibition.
Admittance free. Supper 25 cents.
OR THIN O TON HlQH SCHOOL.
The program of Rhetorical Exercises
of 4th Division of the High School for
Friday afternoon, Nov. 16, is as follows:
Essay, Home. Nellie Stevens.
Rec. Beautiful Pictures, Lucy Hollis
Essay, Clouds, Jennie Corey,
Rec. Guerrillas. Jessie Gibson.
Essay, Home, Yiola W hite.
Rec. Widow O'Shane, Lester Place.
Essay, Public Parks, Jennie Osterberg.
Reo. The Soldier's Tear, W. Wychoff.
Essay, Coral, Fred. Golf.
Rec. The Gutter Hero, Francis Clark.
Rec. Decisive Progress, Edwin Wilson.
Exercises in D. Primary at 1 p. m.
lliirh School 1 40 other departments,
from 3 to 3 30.
All persons indebted to the under
signed are requested to call at the
VANCE office and settle. In our ab
sence Mr. McCune, the new proprietor,
is authorized to collect and receipt.
Subscribers at outlying points are re
quested to remit promptly by mail.
Arrangements have been made to fill
all advance subscriptions, and all de
linquents are urged to pay at once as
accounts must be closed soon or placed
in the hands of an officer for collection.
The London Times regards Mr. Cleve
land's defeat as an appropriate penalty
for his discreditable subserviency to
the meanest influences of American
politics and his culpable neglect of the
decencies of international intercourse.
John Brant is home on a visit.
The readers of THE ADVANCE are
this week notified of the chang» which
has been made in its proprietorship.
Mr. A. P. MILLER, practically the
founder of the ADVANCE, and, as such,
intimately and actively identified with
the entire history of Nobles county,
and especially with that of Worthing
ton, retires from business pursuits for
a brief season, and introduces as his
successor one formerly associated with
him in literary work, though as yet
known to but few in the community in
to which he comes to live and labor.
A few words may here be fitly said in
dicating the future course of the paper.
It is our purpose to promote, by every
means at our command, the material,
social and moral advancement of the
town and county in which our lot is
cast. We shall endeavor to make the
ADVANCE the medium through which
all interested in the prosperity and
progress of this south-western section
of Minnesota may communicate with
each other, and in which every wise
and feasible project for advancing its
interests and supplyiug its needs shall
find advocacy. In this department we
shall rely npon the suggestions and aid
of those who have been long resident
here, whose adventure and enterprise
have brought this country to its pres
ent stage of development.
To gather and disseminate the news
of this locality we shall consider
an important part of our work and du
ty. Here, also, we ask the aid and co
operation of all citizens of the county,
and especially of the faithful local cor
respondents whose contributions have
heretofore been of special interest to
the readers of the paper. Each fact or
event in the political and social life of
our people—every daily happening for
weal or woe—the doings of churches,
schools,' benevolent societies, literary
institutes and farmer's associations,
political and other conventions, as well
as the transactions of village and
county authorities, we shall gladly give
place to in these columns.
We shall also have space in which
thinking men and women may give
their views and opinions on matters of
general concern, whether we coincide
with the views of our correspondents*
Politically, we have been in accord
with the principles and general course
of the Republican party through all its
history. We are proud of its patriotic
achievements, and of the long, illumi
nated, and beneficent chapter it has
written in the annals of the Nation.
We mourned over its first defeats, and
rejoiced over its first victories. We
now rejoice over the last great victory
of the party with which we have kept
marching step for thirty-four eventful
years. Yet we do not believe in the in
fallibility of any political party. We
shall be free to criticise the action, or
non-action of our own party when we
think such criticism is required.
We are in hearty sympathy with all
who judiciously and effectively labor
for the extirpation of that great pest of
our civilization, the saloon. We shall
advocate, as occasion offers, 3uch polit
ical and community action as we may
deem adapted to reach that iesult.
Thankful to our old friend, Mr. A. P.
who has, through many years
of able and valuable service, earned
rank as a veteran in Minnesota jour
nalism, for the kind and flattering in
troduction given us in his columns, we
join with his friends in wishing him
happiness and success in the activities
and pursuits to which he may hereafter
give his attention. He has had the dis
tinction and privilege of making bis
individual impress upon the Worthing
ton colony in its incipiency and in all
its subsequent progress, and has doubt
less placed more of the facts of its his
tory In an enduring form for the use of
those who may hereafter write its an
nals than any other man. May suc
cess attend him, and may he live long
to know of and to enjoy the fruits of
his pioneer labors.
The joy of the Republicans of this
connty over their victory found expres
sion in two imposing torch-light pro
cessions—one by the young people on
Saturday evening, and a general jubi
lee in which all ages and both sexes took
part. The latter was the largest and
finest display ever bad in this county.
Delegations were in attendance from
Adrian and Heron Lake. The latter del
egation carrying the most brilliant
torches we ever saw. After the long
procession had gone over the town the
Rreat assembly gathered around the
Band stand in the square, no hall in
the place being large enough to hold
half of the people. Impromptu speech
es were made by Judge L. S. Nelson, of
Adrian, Dr -Kellam, of Heron Lake,
and A. P. Miller, J. P. Moulton, Rev.
F. L. Fisk, and R. McCune of Worth
ington. The best feeling prevailed
among all parties and the occasion was
one to be long remembered.
The rapidly increasing wool indus
try of Montana has made its power felt
in the recent election, as it has given a
Republican majority for the first time
in 16 years. A Fargo sheep raiser says
the clip of 1888 was depreciated in
ilue seven cents per pouud by the raid
of President Cleveland on the tariff
protecting home grown wool.
Senator Quay is* receiving the meed
of honor due to a conqueror. Not a
blunder can be traced to his, general
The Wisconsin Supreme Court has
decided that the Madison street Rail
road has forfeited its charter by not
keeping its road-bed in proper order.
C, 4 I
Voice of the People
THB VILLAGE LIBRARY.
oiay b? that
oar people have forgotten tiiatwe have
a Library Board whose daty it is to
look after the interests of a "Village
Library." The fact is that owing to
the absence of some of the board and
to various other circumstance*, very
little has been done. I, for one, how
ever* have the matterstill at peart, and
feel that the citizeus of Worthington
can do nothing which will conduce so
much to the public welfare aiB the en
couragement of our Library.! A tax is
levied for this purpose, but sis yet has
furnished a very small amount* and I
desire to call the attention of our peo
ple to the fact that one of tlieir num
ber has expressed a willingness to con
tribute towards this object, if a collec
tion is taken on Thanksgiving day at
the Union services. Let us then begin
now to consider the matter, and see if
it is not a wise thing for us to do, re
membering that the library i* a free in
stitution, for the use and benefit of
every man, woman and child in our
midst, and that while it is a source of
pleasure and profit to the villager, it
will constitute an attraction to which
we oan point with laudable pride
when strangers are looking us over
with a view to location. I sincerely
believe that in contributing to this
fund we shall only be taking from one
pocket to replenish the other, and that
a thoughtful consideration of the sub
ject is all that is necessary to a realiza
tion of its claims upon our sympathies
and our material support.
GEO. O. MOORE,, Sec'y.
OUR MUSICAL FRIENDS.
I take pleasure in speaking a good
word for Profs. J. B. Babcock and J.
E. Jeffers. These gentlemen spent
two. weeks in musical drill fn 'Worth
ington, closing with an excellent con
cert Friday, Nov. 9lh. Mr. Babcock
had previously spent a week here in
instruction. Chorus work was
the chief line of teaching. How
ever, considerable attention was given
to note reading and transposition of
the scale. Several took private lessons
and were benefited.
The gentlemen understand the busi
ness and give good drill. A more ex
session might be preferable. I
commend them to any community, as
helpful to the musical interests. At
the close of the concert, Friday even
ing, the class save a reception to these
two musical friends. After social in
tercourse and songs, coffee and cake
were distributed and farewells said.
May our good wishes speed their joy
ous way as from place to place they lead
in the service of song.
F. L. FISK,
The Annual Meeting of the Stock
holders of the Minnesota and Northern
Railway Company was held in Worth
ington on Tuesday, Nov. 13th. The
following Directors were duly elected
D. Shell, C. H. Smith. J. P. Moulton,
Geo. D. Dayton, of Worthington Neil
Currie, J. A. "Maxwell, J. H. Long,
and J. Schneider, of Currie J. M.
Dickson and H. P. Lewis, of Fulda:
J. J. Hartigan and G. H. Jessup, of
At the meeting of Directors, Geo. D.
Dayton was elected President, J.JM.
Dickson, 1st Vice President, J. Harti
gan, 2ud Vice President Neil Currie,
Treasurer: J. A. Maxwell, Secretary
and Auditor, and J. P. Moulton. Gen
It is the intention of the friends of
this enterprise to continue the effort
to secure the right of way along the
proposed line of road, and to keep the
attention of the people to the project
until success is assured.
Iowa evidently feels the beneficial
results of her prohibition of the saloon,
at least so far as prison statistics are
involved, or may be allowed to testify.
There has been a marked decrease in
the number of convicts in the State
penitentiaries in the last three years
The monthly average of convicts ap
pears as follows: 1886, 696 1887, 667
during the months of 1888, 607. Aug.
1,1888 the total number number was
only 564. A failing off of 132 in time
years is a result which argues well
for the anti saloon cause.
WONDERFUL MALARIAL BITTERS
The recommendation of the best
Chemists and Medical Practitioners
assure the public of the purity Of
Speer's Wines and they are as well as
sured of the purity of Aunt Rachael's
Malarial Bitters, tbe base of which is
this wine, only made bitter by herbs
and roots daily used by the Medical
Faculty, among which are Peruviau
Bark, Chamomile Flowers, &c.
Senator M. S. Quay, as chief opera
tor in the Harrison and Morton cam
paign has a comfortable place in Re
publican estimation. Where does Col.
Brice stand with his party?
Many persons contract severe colds
during tbe early winter months and
permit them to hang on persistently all
winter weakening the lungs and pav
ing the was for catarrh, chronic bron
chites, or consumption. No one can
afford to neglect a cold. A single bot
tle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
will cure the most severe cold, and
costs but 50 cts. For sale by C. W.
A philosopher said grief was deep
and sincere only when evinced by a
loss of appetite. Democrats are eating
heartilv, although Cleveland is de
Positive and unsolicited testimony
from every section conforms every
claim made for the wonderful efficacy
of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. Price 25
Babies are too highly prized to per
mit them to suffer with colic, flatu
lence, etc., when Dr. Bull's Baby
Syrup will at once relieve them. Price
only 25 cents-
West Virginia breaks the "solid"
South by voting for Harrison. Con
necticut and New Jersey are left to
break the "solid" north.
A r-urely vegetable, but most eflica
cious purgative is offered to the public
in Laxador. For sale by all druggists.
Price only 25 cents.
The Good Templars have suspended
and the Hall is for Rent by John
Mrs. Jay Gonld has had a stroke of
paralysis, and her recovery is despaired
CARL PRETZEL'S PHILOSOPHY.
Charidy' seldom dond't shtob on
her house in cold vedder.
It vas all right to been good, but
it vas of more wordt to been goot
A goot many fellers hafe dwo sea
son A shpring dot vas come gwick,
and a fall dot vas so gwicker like der
If you tell God your trouble, you
will but them into the grave put if
you roll your burden elswhere it will
Toll back again,
Dakota steps at once to the 'dignity
of Statehood aa the result of .the grant
Republican victory. 7
Hon. 8. 8. Cox says "Harrison is
thoroughly elected in every respect."'
The 8t. Paul Globe gaily says: "If
there is anything the Republicans
haven't got let them ask for it."
A friend induced me to try 8alration
Oil for my rheumatie foot, I used it
and the rheumatism is entirely gone.
JOHN H. ANDERSON. Baltimore
The London News, an English free
trade paper, says of President Cleve
land: "His defeat is a sore disappoint
ment to tbe tariff reformers."
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for
•ny ease of Cetarrh tbat ean not be eared by
taking Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props. Toledo, O.
We, tbe undersigned, bare known F. J.
Chener, for the last 15 years, and believe him
perfectly honorable In all business transactions,'
and financially able to earry out any obligations
made by their firm.
Wests Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo,
Waldlng, Ktnnan & Marvin, Wholesale Drug
gists, Toledo, Oblo.
I. H. van Hoesen, Cashier, Toledo, National
Rank, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting
directly npon the blood and inueus surfaces of
the system. Price, 76c. per botlle. Sold by all
Delaware does not give her electoral
vote for Harrison, but her Legislature
will elect a Republican Senator.
FLOUR. Per looiba,
LUMBER, Common, per
..*3 2034 00
...*150 to 3.00
#3.00 tolO 00
$30 to 60.00
.16.00 tO 8.00
.. ..#5to 8.00
WOOD, per cord
HARD COAL, per ton
SOFT COAL, per ton.
NEW BEEF MARKET.
D. W. CHUTE.
Has opened anew Meat Market at his house,
on Main street cor Sixth avenue.
Orders promptly delivered to custom ars.
Prices low, and beef warranted to be of best
Rare bargains to those wishing to lay In a
"CASH paid for hides. 13tf.
From this date 20 per cent,
off from former prices.
20 per cent off from old pricei=.
$2,000 in felts, furs, arctics,
&c. Ladies, Gents. Childs,
in all makes. High cut and
low cut, in fact everything
manufactured for footwear
and at prices that defy cora
MITTS AND GLOVES.
Our stock in Mitts and
Gloves is second to none.
We have everything from
finest and heaviest at
E E I E
MTCHELL BROS., Props.
Now opon to our Friends and Patrons. Call
and See us: Get your oysters, lunch or anything
you niay wish to Eat.
iiServed with despatch and In the best possible
Oysters Served in Every
Beefstake cooked to order. Anything from a
lunch to a square meal at all hours.
We Bake every day. Gilbert's best flour.
3 Bread, Pies, Cakes
Orders filled for all kinds of Raking. Baked
Beans )n any quautity.
We havethe BeatSc Clear On*. Try
them. Our Cigars and tobacco are of the finest
"Mott'a New York 8weet Cider on Tap.
OYSTER BAY RESTAURANT.
10-tf. Jos. Lows.
FOR SALB CHEAP.—OPE
Buggy with light double Harness
One almost new Cook Stove
One Baby Bugty.
Inquire of WAJT|$B AAOAARD.
t' 3v* AC 3?#
Election it over.
The excitement has cooled down.
The betSaie being paid.
Arrival of a big boy at Wm. Gray**,
Several parties went np to Worthington Mon
day to take in the oelebratlon.
Mr.TomA. Yates, of Kenosha. Wis., Is visit
tog friend* here.
T. Wood has killed a number of wild geese
here this season.
Grain to coming to market from all
Four hay presses running full&last.
MftH. Davis, of Sheldon. Iowa, ir visiting at
Mr. Wolven's and enjoying hunt.
Prot. Hicks' storms may be .all right some
P,5fE8A1uA.th9r J®?™.!to twget to come here.
Mi,Southard flnishbd threshing Monday.
.Maison and Baehan are doing Mr, Newton's
Mr. Whitney has dehorned his eattle.
D. C. Holmes visited the Cheney Sunda
Bchool. It is progressing.
The new school bouse In district «8 will be
You cannot afford to waste time in
experimenting when your lungs are in
danger. Consumption always seems,
at first, only a cold. Do not permit
any dealer to impose upon you with
some cheap imitation of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds, but be sure you get
the genuine. Because he can make
more profit he may tell he has some*
thing just as good, or just tbe same.
Don?t be deceived, but insist upon get
ting Dr. King's New Discovery, whiab
is guaranteed to give relief in all
Throat, Lung and Chest affections.
Trial bottles free at C. W. Smith's
drug store. 6
A movement is on foot in New York
for celebrating the one hundredth
anniversary of the inauguration of
George Washington as President, on
April 30th, 188ft. A prayer by Dr.
Storro, and a poem by Jno. 6. Whittier
is proposed as part of the program.
"When Baby was sick, gave herCactoria,
Whan she waa a Child, she eried for Caatoria,
Whaa sh* became Miss, she clang to Caatoria,
Wbsn she had Chlldim, ahe gave thsm Caatoria
Mayor Hewitt, of New York, has
shown so much patriotic manliness in
his official term that his defeat by the
Tammany candidates will cause
sincere regret all over the country.
Terre Haute Express: We are al
ways ready to answer any question
which may be asked us concerning
political issues but when a man
writes to know whether a reduction
of the wool tariff will affect the price
of flannel cakes be exhibits a levity
totally out of place in a campaign of
Wife—I was so annoyed, my dear,
today to find one of my pictures dis
played in a photographer's show win
dow. Husband—Why diden't you
go up stairs and tell him to take it
out? Wife—I declare I didn't think
of that—and, besides, the picture is
a very good one!—Life.
"John show this gentleman the
door," said the lady of the house.
"Thanks. John," said the book
agent, cordially "but you need'nt
trouble yourself. I saw the door as I
came in. Now this work, madam,
is The lady bought the book.
Old Jenkins happened to meet his
three young nieces, and asked them
to have a little refreshment. "Girls
are just the same," said the old man,
as he stood at the casher's desk and
picked up $2.85 out of a $20-bill
"very little change!"—Life.
I hope you appreciate the fact, sir'
than in marrying my daughter you
marry a large-hearted girl. "I do,
sir [with emotion] and I hope she
inherits those qualities from her
First swell—Where are you going?
Second swell-—To the funeral of my
tailor. He died yesterday. First
swell—Of what? Second swell—I
paid him my.bill in fuel. First swell
—You are a murderer.—Time.
Young Wife—Before we were
in my presence. Young Husband—
I know it, my dear, and you never,
were curlpapers in mine—Boston
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
STATE OF MINNESOTA,
County of Nobles.
District Court, Thirteenth Judicial District.
J. Townsend, Plaintiff,
Willian Kline and Ina Kilne, his wife, M. V.
Beede, and F. J. Porter, Defendants.
The state of Minnesota to the above named de
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint of the
Plaintiff in the above entitled action, which is
on file in the office of the Clerk of said Court, at
his office at Worthington, Minnesota, and to
serve a copy of your answer to said complaint on
the subscriber, at his office in the Village of
Worthingtou in the county of Nobles, state of
Minnesota, 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
in this action will apply to the said
ourt for the relief demanded in said complaint,
besides the costs and disbursements of this
Dated, October23d, A. D., 1888.
GEO. W. WILSON. Plaintiff's Atty.,
13 Sw. Worthington, Minn.
OF MINEESOTA. I
COUNTY OF NOBLES,
Order for Hearing and Notice of Application for
Appointment of Administrator.
In the matter of the estate of Hiram Mlllington
On reading and filing the petition of Betsey
Mlllington, of Worthlngton, Nobles county, Min
nesota, representing, among other tihinga, that
Hiram Mlllliigtnn, late of Nobles couny, Minne
sota. on the 29th day of October. A. D.
Nobles county, died Intestate, and being an In.
hahbitant of this county at the time of his death,
leaving goods, chattels, and estate within this
county, and that the said petitioner Is the widow
of said deceased, and praying that admlnistra
tlon of said estate be to her, Betsey Mlllington,
It is ordered, that said petlUon be heard be
fore the Judge of this court, on
Monday the 3d day of December,
A. D. 1888, at 1 o'ctock. p. m., at the probate of
fice 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 said day of
hearing, In the Worthlngton Advanee,a weekly
newspaper printed and published at Worthlng
ton In said county.
Dated at Worthlngton the 5th day of Novem.
ber, A. D. 1888.
By the Court,
I SEAL. E.L. WEMPLE,
Judge of Probate.
J. H. Johnson keeps a first class bar
ness maker. Upholstering, fine work
ann repairing a specialty. Try him
and see for yourself. Satisfaction
Notice to Hay Shippers.
On and after December l, I will be in Chicago,
and having had several years experience in the
hay business, on traek and to consumers, and
having a large avqtaintance there, would be
pleased to handle hay (or shippers in this part of
the state.—Those who contemplate shipping hay
this fall or winter can address me at Iona,
Minn., when I will call on them and make the
References: .1. M. Dickson, F. L. Har.sing,
Fulda C. £. Dinehart. Slay ton Rev. M. Mc
Donnell, J. A. Smith, Iona.
9-lra H. M. HAKVST.
tosoweDadaptodtscUldraiUial AHMS earn OoBe,1
mond.it—smarter to any pracriptloa I fSH* gomach, DtaMhM, 1
ta Ctamsa Covur, 1SB Itattoo
Swedish Mercantile Company,
DRY GOODS and GROCERIES,
Boot*, Shoes, Hats, Cap*, Crockery, fflamran, sai
FARM PRODUCE TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOB GOODS.
Milwaukee Harvesters and Mowers.
Call and examine our machines before buying elsewhere. Satisfaction
guaranteed in prices and quality.
IN THE ADVANCE BLOCft,
F. H. DAY,
H. E. TORRANCE
QH A 17
FARM MACHINERY, Buggies,
Spring and Farm Wagons.
PUMPS, HAT FORKS, DRAIN TILE, Etc.
H. C. SHEPARD,
Make a Specialty of
Minnesota Chief and Massilion Threshers,
Champion Reapers and Mowersv
Wanted, at Roche Farm, from four
to six men. 7-tf O. H. ROCHE.
Trunks, valises and whips cheap at
J. Hamtrerberg, agent for John
son & Aronson, lias just added a full
line of fall and winter clothing and
gents' furnishing goods. Special bar
gains in light weight suits. lw
NOBLES COUNTY MAPS.
A supply of new Nobles County
Maps for sale at this office at 10 cent8
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.
Boots snd shoes made to order and
repaired at J. H. Johnson's. 8-2w
Don't forget to tnr those Fresh
Oysters at Hurd & De Wolf's City Meat
Hurd & DeWolf are headquarters for
Oysters. Give them a trial, at City
Meat Market. 10-2w
CATTLE FOR SALE—All kinds of
cattle for sale, including cows, steers
and a lot of fine heifers coming in dur
ing fall and winter.
l0-3w* 'J. H. OAKS.
House and lot for sale on monthly
payments. 6-tf] S. MCLEAN,
160 Acre Farm for $1,300. cash
48-tf. 8. MCLEAN.
New Estey organ for sale at this
office. Cheap for dash. 7ft.
Gasoline stove for sale. Inquire at
Triumph Seeders, Kalamazoo Spring Tooth Harrow and Cultivators
Corn Flows, Planters and Check Rowers. Also Wagoaa.
Paper, Doors, Sash, Blinds and Paint.
COAL AND WOOD. Worthington, Minn.
-Dealer in All Kinds of-
Brick, Stone, Lime, Cement, and
FUEla OF ALL KXZfDS.
I N N E S O A
Law. Worthington, Minn.
flee—10-st. adjoining the Worthingtoa HoteL
EXCUR8ION MA TJB8L
The Burlington, Cedar Rapids ft Northern
will sell excursion tickets as follows:
Tbe boom is still on In the Northwest tlou
tbe line of the B. C. R. & N. K'y, and that rasa
will sell Excursion Tickets at ONE FARE fcr
the round trip from all stations south of M4 i».
eluding Cedar Rapids, to all stations on Its Iowa
Falls Division, north of and including Iowa Mia.
The dates of sales are August St, September
and 25, and October 9 and 23,1888. Tickets Med
for thirty days from date of sale.
For full Information call on any B.C.R. AN.
agent, or address J. E HANNEQAN.
FINAL PROOF N01ICE8.
Land Office at Worthtn
ov. 1st. Ma
Notice is fiereby given that the fb&ewtng*
named settler baa filed notioft of his iatentkwto
make final proof in sup^ortof hli state. an4
tbat said proof will be made before the t. S*
Land offlce at Worthlngton, Minn., on
Friday, Dec. 14th 1888, viz:
Timber Culture Application No. 1515.
32, in twp No. lot. Range No. 3a
He names as wituesses. Heury Hotme*. B. P.
Tanner, Andrew Hamilton. John Hart, ojNohlse
6* is C.
United States Land OSes.
Worthington, Minn.. October S.18HL
Notice Is hereby given that Gerhard Leaaw
has Sled notice of fulention to make l»il WMf
before tbe Register and Receiver at hie ottee
In Worthington, Minn., on
Friday, the 16 day of November IMS.
On timber culture application No. Ml. for the
8 E quarter of seetloa No. 12, In Township Net
102. Range No. M.
He names as witnesses:
Fred Meyer, Peter Thompson, John Meyer,
Otto Berrean, of Nobles county.
8 C. P. 8WAID, 1
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$1 25 a year to $100. The paper will bt
sent six months for 65 cents. Tto
WEEKLY JOURNAL is a large paper—
twelve pages, every week-ana gives Ik*
latest news, and all tbe important as as
It is especially devoted to the intone!of
this section. Only one dollar jut,
Subscriptions will be taken at this nil
at this office/ .Y-
Four gpod horses for sale on time, er
trade for eattle and breaking.
J. H. Johnson to now prepared to
make harneea as good aatba lMft
aacheafras tbe cbasp—fc