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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Worthington daily advance. — 8 November 1894
•i i* VV*'V v' 1 v. 'M'X 4^ 4$ ft'* lySr* lifers I®". /i* aV twYVt- VOL. I. NO. 5. *nv I 5 WHEN YOU THOMAS BARDON. PRESIDENT. WORTHINGTON, MINN. TRANSACTS A And solicits the accounts and the business of the farmers, business men and citizen? of Nobles county. Lake View House SELLERS & SEA^S, Proprietors. Reopened, newly Furnished Rates $2. per day. MK?*i 9 A FEW PLAIN FACTS STATED BY DR. HAAS' H06 CHOLERA REMEDY prevent and cure Hog Cholera. It will do more. It will repay nearly three times its cost in the extra pounds of pork it will make without extra feed. more pounds gaining one 4, *"2- If** Hogs treated with it gain two or while others are "Are in town again ask C. H. Babcock for a copy of Hogology. Costs GEORGE J. DAY, OASHIEB. WORTHINGTON, MINNESOTA, v- »ut your HORSES AND E in better condition for the winter than Wilbur's Seed Meal, 25cts„ 50cts. and $1.00 packages., To-Day To-Morrow THE BEST Hocking AIOX) Hard Coal ON CARS. Come and examine it and place yonr orders. Buy...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Worthington daily advance. — 8 November 1894
&'-• 'V wE,-1 1 VONDlBm DISCOVKRIKi. BMOIU of the KickTkttoni Going on In th* Vicinity of Babylon. WASHINGTON, NOV. 8.—The human race is nearly ten centuries older than science had knowledge of before, as a result of the extensive explorations of the ruins of Niffer, near ancient Baby Jj*1 Ion, as described in a report to the state I, department by Minister Terrell at Cbn \f- fltantinople. These explorations are $- 4 being made at the expense Philadelphi ana, and Dr. Peters and Professor Hil pricht of the University of Pennsylva nia hare supervised the work. Many .ftpns of tables, vases, inscribed briok, sarcophagi and the like have been ex humed, the sensual and reuolting wor ship of the god Bel is more clearly tnown. His colossal temple with its 180 rooms has been exposed and the religion, government and customs of men who lived 4,000 years before Christ have been revealed by the translated inscriptions. Minister Terrell says that it will require 60 volumes to con tain the ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Worthington daily advance. — 8 November 1894
p/|*r7VO*re DAILY ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUN DAY. Delivered by Carriers. Send us a card and have the paper delivered at your home every even ing at 5:4C clock. The VANCE A. DAILY AD is "up to date" on Local, State and National news. Printed at 5 p. Opera House. ONE NIGHT ONL.Y, Prof. Edward P. Elliott, The World Eenowned Imperson ator. Wednesday Evening, Nov. 7th. Railroad Time Table. C., ST. P., M., & O. MAIN LINK. BAST. LEAVB. Passenger No. 2. :14 am Passenger No. 4 11:30 am Way Freight No. 12 li :60 am Fast Stock Freight No. 18 6:00 am It Freight No. 16 6:00 pm WEST. Passenger No. 2:30 am Passenger No. 3 3:20 pm Way Freight No. 13 3:55 pm Fast Freight No. 17 7:45 am Stock Freight No. 15 ..4:00am SIOUX FALLS BRANCH. I^BAVE. ABBIVE. Passenger .. 3:30 pm n:05 am Accommodation 8:20 am 12:05 pm B.,O."ET&N. LBAVE. ABRIVB. Passenger, 9:45 am 8:10 pm The City: A term of court without U. Ayr Bight would be a lonesome conclave. —Attorney Lammers of Heron Lake called ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Worthington daily advance. — 8 November 1894
W Hi M. «T n*rf«smwr,r« |P'r#,T i' 1/1 MISSOURI OVER That State Furnishes the Most Surprising of Tuesday's Upheavals. COMPLETE CHANGE OF FRONT. A Republican Governor and Six Congressmen Are Elected. KANSAS CITY, NOT. 8.—The most sur prising of Tuesday's upheavals was the transfer of Missouri from the Demo cratic to the Bepnblioan column. This change of front was not made apparent until Wednesday afternoon when the returns from the country precincts be* gan to come in. Heretofore these have shown nothing but strong Democratic leanings, but the returns show that Missouri cannot be longer counted in the solid Democratic column. Districts and counties that have heretofore gone Democratic, have completely changed front and reports from these Democratic strongholds show strong Republican victories. The Third congressional district, which in 1892 gave Dockery 3,401 plurality, has voted for a Republican. Tarsney, in the Fifth district in 1892, received a majority of 5,167. This year he is...