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Best Sock of
WM. E. DEYO,
Real Estate
DEALER,
Worthington, Minnesota.
If you wish to sell your farm, buy or rent, call and see me.
Office- over Bank of Worthington.
I HANDLE SOUTH DAKOTA LANDS.
The-DEERING Kinder and Mower ALWAYS were the
LIGHTEST draft Machines, but with the ROLLER
and BALL bearing they are still LIGHTER. Call'and
examine them and our Horserakes before buying.
We are also dealers in all kinds of Farm Machinery,
from a needle to a threshing Machine.
We do Wagon and Plow Repairing.
5 xon & Amondson,
llth Street. One block east of Worthington House
JOHN W. TUTHILL
Company,
SIBLEY, Manager.
sBuildina Material.
Lime, Cement, Brick, Stone,
Harfes$HlSofj Coal and£Wood.
Before Placing Your Order.
U/rUAX/r
NO
Material cheerfully fur-
irT TURNER.
on F. C. TURNER and{Examine
Farm Machinery of
Disc Harrows,
Corn Plows,
Hay Rakes,
Wagons,
AGENTS.
•f rlf"l ""but selldirccftotlioconHuin
er at wholesalo pries. Ship
anywhere for examination
before sale. Everythinc war­
ranted. IOO styles of Car-
Hage*, *K styles of Har­
ness
v4
styles RidiitgSad*
dies. Write for catalogue.
ELKHART
Carriage A Harness Mfg Co.
B.PBAXT, Secy. Elkhart, lad.
We can funrnish you th® "Svenska
Tribunen", of Chicago and the AD­
VANCE
for
$2.50 per year.
Binding Twine,
Buckeye Binders
And Mowers,
FRANK HANSBERGER
.PROPBIETOB OF...
Eureka
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Meat
Market
J. T. MeCLEARV.
For Governor,
D. M. CLOUGH.
VVORTHIH6TON ADVANCE, THURSDAY, JULY
ADVANCE.
PUBLISHED EVKRY TllUItSDAY.
H. HAWLEY Editor.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF NOllLKS COUNTY.
PUBLISHED EVERY THUUSDAY
WOHTHINC.-
AT
TON. INNESOTA.
Terms of subscription: Three months 40 cts
six months 75 cts one year $11.50. Invariably
in advance.
Bates lor standing advertisements made
known on application.
Businesscards $6. a year.
Local advertisements 5 cents per line each
Insertion.
Reading notices 10 cents per line each Inser­
tion.
All accounts payable monthly.
National Republican Ticket.
PROTECTION, RECIPROCITY AND
SOUND MONEY.
For President,
WM.MCKINLKY,
Jr.
IJor Vice President,
G. IIOBART.
For Member of Congress,
*W?2
Hon. J. T. McCleary.
Unanimously Nominated
by
Acclamation at Maiikato
Tuesday.
The feecond District Congressional
Convention was held at Mankato,lhes
day, and Congressman McCleary re­
ceives the unanimous nomination by
acclamation and was placed in nom­
ination by his opponent, Geo. W.
Sommerville. McCleary's nominat
has been a settled question for some
time past yet Mr. Sommerville has
continued to make an attempt to se­
cure the nomination, but in an hon­
orable way of which he is deserving^
of due credit. The action of Mr.
Sommerville in withdrawing from the
race and moving the nomination of
Congressman McCleary by acclama­
tion, was a most graceful act on his
part a greatly strengthened with the
Republicans all over the district.
The people expressing at the coun­
ty conventions their desire to have
Congressman McCleary renominated^
was a wise manifestation on their part
as the financial question now before
the people require represenatives that
are possessed of knowledge on this
important matter and in him recog­
nized the requisite ability to success­
fully assist in advancing principles
that will promote and maintain the
establishment of laws that are in the
interest of the people and for their
benefit.
Mr. McCleary is considered by hi8
collea gues,and able exponent of sound
money principles and has demonstrat
ed his ability to perform the duties
rested upon him, on this question as
well as all others, as will best serve
his constituents and country. He is
deserving of the honor bestowed uponi
him, and the people, in continuance
of their high esteem, should endeav­
or to secure his election.
The convention, like Republican
conventions usually are,was very har­
monious.
C. M.Crandall was appointed Con­
gressional committee for this county.
The Democrats might be able to
use a Republican Teller.
Frank Day of the^tSentinel, Fair­
mont, has renounced his allegiance
to the republican party.
CA bolters platform is a very uncer­
tain thing to stand on, you never can
tell when it is going to flop-
The more overwhelming the repub­
lican victory in November is made
the seoner good times will return to
the country.
Some of the political mathmatifc
ians have figured the republicans
have 239 votes in the electoral vote,
234 being necessary for a choice.
Bradstreets financial agency,report,
a more hopeful feeling in trade circles,
within the last ten days due to the
adoption of a gold plank at St .Louis.
Some Primary Facts.
A silver dollar is just as good as a
gold dollar, says the free silverite. It
will buy just as much in any market
of the United States, he goes on and,
then, why,he wants to know,not have
more silver—why not have free silver?
The free silverite does not consider
the important fact: that a silver dol­
lar is maintained on a parity with
the gold dollar by the power of the
government, to which, necessarily,
acting independently,there is a limit.
The gold dollar is the standard—the
world's standard.If the United States
should change its standard should
say that henceforth we will disre­
gard the gold standard, will be free
of it, will give no heed to what other
nations may do still gold would re­
main the standard, and exchanges
would have to be settled in gold, or
upon a gold basis. So long as we
maintain silver coinage on a parity
with gold, we can have, within that
limitation, the free use of silver, and
in that situation we escape disturb­
ances in the established methods of
business. If the free coinage of sil­
ver should result in changing the
standard from gold to silver, no one
pretends but what the change would
precipitate a violent disturbance of
all business. B.ut the free silverite
says, Very well out of it we should
get an adjustment of values.
might get a disturbance of prices but
values would not be changed. In the
end the reckoning would still be up
ou the gold standard, and our ex­
changes would haye to be made ac­
cordingly. But, says the free silver­
ite, wouldn't we ordain that a silver
dollar should be a legal tender in the
payment of all debts, public and pri­
vate? Of course we would but we
couldn't enforce that ordinance out­
side of the United States, and every­
where. even in Mexico, the silver doll­
ar would be figured at its bullion val­
ue, and not in accordance with the
stamp placed upon it at the mint.But
the people of the United States, says
the free silverite, would have to take
it for one hundred cents, though the
bullion value in the markets of the
world might be fifty three cents, or
fifty cents, or what not. Of course
that would be the law. But the law
could not abrogate a contract it could
not operate against the making of
contracts. As to these, therefor, the
silver dollar would be reckoned at its
bullion value. Moreover, the law
could not determine prices. Under
the free coinage of silver, and conse­
quent monometallism, there would at
once occur a violent struggle to ad­
just prices to the bullion value of silv
er. The value of a bushel of wheat
in the Liverpool market would re­
main the same any apparent advance
here would be in the difference be­
tween the good and the poor money.
So that,after all, at borne or abroad,
our exchanges would be made upon
the basis of the bullion value. That
bullion value would be a fluctuating
value. Allowance would have to be
made for this, and this would inevit­
ably be at the expense of the produc­
er and of wage earner. The danger
threatened by the revolutionary prop­
osition of free and unlimited coinage
of fifty-cent silver dollars can hardly
be overestimated. To believe that
this people will plunge themselves
and the fair fame of their country in­
to this ruin and dishonor is to believe
them to be stark mad or wicked be­
yond expression.—Sioux City Jour.
Gov. Clough's nomination is now
an assured fact. He gets a majority
of the delegates in Hennepin county
the combine district and has votes to
spare in the convention. His major
ity will exceed the hopes of the most
sanguine of his supporters. His op­
ponents, by their unwarranted and
unprecented actions have greatly aid­
ed him in securing the nomination.
The recognized the clean and admir­
able administration he has conducted
and his favorable standing in the es­
timation of the people who have giv­
en evidence of their esteem in send­
ing delegates favorable to him.
Bncklin's Arnica Salve.
The Best 5 alve in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulfcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and Skin
Eruptions, and positively cures Piles,
or no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
2
For sale by Ray Humiston Druggist
35 1 vear.
Wanted-An Idea
,1886.
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thing to patent?
aaohit of two hundred Invention* wanted.
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Jones
I Lever
1 Binder
s®3sm—
State Bank
OF WORTHINGTON
CAPITAL PAID UP, $50,000.
GEO. D. DAYTON, PRES. GEO. O. MOORE, CASH.
DIRECTORS: R. B. Beeson, H. E. Torrance, Azom
Forbes, Fred Humiston, George O. Moore, George W.
Wilson and George D. Dayton.
The State "Bank of Worthington"
Receives deposits subject to call when needed, pays
interest on time deposits, loans money on good se­
curity, sells exchange on New York and Minneapolis,
writes Fire insurance in nine different first-class
companies and makes abstracts of title neatly and
quickly. The bank is conservatively handled, runs
no unreasonable risks and is an absolutely safe de­
pository for your funds.
Deposit Vaults.
Did you know you can get a safety deposit box at
Bank of Wovthington for obe dollar per year? It is
a good place to file your Notes, Mortgages, Insur­
ance Policies, Will or any valuable papers.
Where are you yoing to live when you move
Worthing ton?
The lots in Clary Addition are selling faster than
we anticipated. Is it not well for you to buy one or
two lots while you can ancl then build when you
get ready? The lots are.large, the price cheap-you
can buy them on monthly payments. When you get
ready to build the Minnesota Loan and Investment
Company will loan you some money to build with.
If you want to buy or sell a farm or town lots call on
Why Work for Others
R. B. BEESON, at State Baok of Wortbii)4to!)
Stop Paying Rent-Buy a Farm.
IN CENTRAL MINN.
The Wonderful Park Region
at $2.50 to $4. per Acre.
THE LAND DEPARTMENT OP
fit [email protected]§Fi Pidl© Bailfi&i 0©.
Will Sell You
Very Choice Farming Lands
Terms to Actual Settlers:!
Timo/OneTenth cash balance in ten equal
uQlS I
llllu
Oil
to
IN RED RIVER VALLEY
Toe Bread Basket of America?
at $4.00 to $8.00 per Acre.
(annual installments at 6 per cent in't.
Yearly Payment on 160 Acres from $40. to $128.
These lands are level or rolling prairie or timber,.af you may prefer.
Soil is rich and productive well adapted to all grain and root crops.
For MAPS antf PUBLICATIONS, write to
C. -W. MOTT,
Gen'l Emigration Agt N. P. R. R., St. Paul, Minn.
WM. H. PHIPPS, Land Commissioner.
A. B. Allen, our traveling Sales Solicitor, will furnish Informa­
tion, Accompany Prospective Bayers wishing to examine Northern
Pacific Lands, and receive applications for their purchase.
Apply to him personally, or by mail, at Jackson, Minnesota.
Worthington Hay Company,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
BALeD HAY, GRAIN. FEED and SeeDS.
FRED MASON, Manager.
WORTHINGTON, MINNESOTA
And
Chain
Mower
And Steel Hayrake Manufactured toy §83
the Piano Harvester Co. gfos
The Binder is constructed with the »jjg
least Mechanical Devics which makes gsw
agjj it the lightest. Cog wheels are refused gjga
JSgj which reduces friction. Will pick up
|2 all kinds of lodged grain, doing the §&§
toest of work. £jg§
Call and examine, satisfying yourselves at
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