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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Worthington advance. — 31 January 1884

-A 1 jL 1 -J???®?**: *$? WMingtsn Stance. njBLUHID THURSDAYS Worthington, Nobles County, Minn. •em?*r2E?*5*2*"£T*».h Mthm OMM Mi larfor MsBMAUIB, iftyeeowlorikf months. -f Th« Old Established Paper. Official Pa)0r olthe County. r. Mirxn, '_ EDITOR AND Propria TOR. Terms $a.oo a Year. $i.oo for Six Months. THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1884. THE LAND COS VEX3'JO.Y. Elsewhere we present a report of the Land Convention held at Heron Lake on Friday hist. Although, as usual, the convention was not largely attend­ ed, it will be seen that an association was formed, and if the officers and committers appointed will serve arul do the work expected of them much good will result. We confess that we have not much faith in -such an organization beyond the making of one or two points. The six Southwestern counties, for instance, might unite heartily in issuing a gen­ eral document descriptive of the six counties and each have a supply for citculation. Secondly, the meetings of the association would be v...

Publication Title: Worthington Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Worthington advance. — 31 January 1884

Ufae ^uTmucc. A. P. MILLER, Publisher. WORTH INGTON, MINNESOTA. Without any notable or sadden change in the business situation, there is a Taint revival of confidence and hope for the future, that may grow into some­ thing more substantial if there are no senseless panics inaugurated by the win­ ter failures, which are simply the weed­ ing out of weak concerns, that would not have existed a great length of time under any circumstances. Presidential electioneering work at Washington is daily exhibited to the public in the vast numiier of campaign lies early hatched and flying through the air. Some of them are mildly called ''canards" and become partiully discred­ ited, while the majority are calculated for summer use in the rural districts. Unsuspecting readers will be astonished to learn that a lot of unprincipled Bo­ hemians are already employed and at work in the coming campaign currency for one side or the other, and that this business is tolerated by men who as­ sume to be respe...

Publication Title: Worthington Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Worthington advance. — 31 January 1884

ACROSS THB PLAINS. Tha plain* ware wlda and vast and drear Tba mountain Makaammadoool aad near Tha ran hong low toward tha wait, "So neai," wa aigbad, "ara wa to raat" Bat journeying through tha oloalag day, Oar raat ara waary of tha way Fat, far bafora onr aching sight The plains lie in the waning light. ^mountain peaks that seemed so near, And hold oar rest forever there. Are far aeroas the desert lands— We rainly cry with lifted hand*. O bills, that stand against the sky. We may not rea you ere we die Oar hearts are broken with the pain. Vox teat aad peace we may not sain. Upon the plains we faint and fall, Oar faces toward the mountain tall* Ourpalaasare cluped, bat not to pray So die we with the dyin? dav. EBENEZER GRATH'S WIFE. BY "A COUNTRY PARSON." "Eben Grath, will you come into break* Taat this is the third tim9 I've called I? oil. I believe you are uncommon deaf this morning." Ebenezer was sprink­ ling his potatoes in the patch near the boose. The bags were accomplishing ...

Publication Title: Worthington Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Worthington advance. — 31 January 1884

*fc' ^ST-5 mf:' ."rt*v: *-.-v rl^ WtTlfciagtoij i^fati«. FLUSHED MTSKLT, At FTORTNINQTON, NOBLES COUNTY,, MINN. Terms Two Dollars per year, invariably in ad Bin. All orders will receive prompt attention, votnmnnicattjns intended for publication must fee accompanied ly the real name and address ol he writer as a guaranty of good faith—not nec MMffly for publication. ADVERTISING BATES. 9tiInch three weeks *2.00, three months, 44.00 rhTee lnches3 weeks, 5.00, 8.00 five Inches," 6.00, 10.00 Special rates: given for larger advertisements* Special notices, first week 10 cents a line sub­ sequent Insertions 5 cents a line each week. Transient advertisements paid in advance. Yearly advertisements to be paid quarterly. Legal advertisements to he paid for before affi­ davit la given. A* O# of XT# W• Worthing^ Lodge So 65 meets every alter­ nate Friday evening. R. B. PLOTTS, Master Workman. E. F. Been AN, Recorder. __ MASONIC. •RGULAR COMMUNICATIONS Of Fraternl ty Lodge, No. 101, A. F. & A...

Publication Title: Worthington Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Worthington advance. — 7 February 1884

HI •/.AS,&:..*TE 'f \y" I,-: fyr tl 0-: 1 Warumtgtira j^ilvawe. NUUHID TOCBSOATS —AT— Werthlngton, Nobloa County, Hlub l-T— WMrt Hywf.il rtwm. Oa*M tar «M MS Maths. KTHV cn:I-«r OR VNOId Ittabllthed PA0N Official P«p«r of the County* Cdhw *od Pmpilwt Tama |uo a Year, $i.ao for Sis Mentha. THUHSDAY, FEBRCAUY 7, 1884. DRAWING TRADE. The ADVANCE d»es not see why Worthiagton cannot lie mide a trade centre, and draw trade extending out from 30 to 50 mile9 in every direction. No. Bro. Miller, it can't, for Sibley, with the business she is building up, will march right up to within Ave miles of your own door, and. by the superior bargains offered, walk away with the prize. The forces on this side will be hard to push back.—Sibley Ga cette. The claim of the Gazette is good and we learn from many farmers on the sonth side of the county that it is true. A great deal of trade from the south tier of townships in this county coes to Sibley, probably because Sibley reaches for it and gives su...

Publication Title: Worthington Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Worthington advance. — 7 February 1884

r*' &k §uttmttjc*. A, F. MILLER, Publisher. WORTHINGTON, .-J" MINNESOTA. Russia bas been Induced to promise protection to the Jews by the frowning of the Rothschilds on a Russian loan until inch a promise was given. London has doubled its population in forty-one years. At the beginning of the present century out of every nine inhabitants of England and Wales, one nly lived in London. Now the propor :ion hasrisen to one oat of seven. Montana is holding a convention with view of applying for admission as a state, but it is not believed that Mon­ ona stands any better chance than Da iota, for soma time to come, and the prospects of Dakota's admission are not ?ood at present It is estimated that the United States Senate is the wealthiest deliberative body the world, the seventy-six members that body representing $130,000. this way be an exaggeration, but the fact re­ gains that money, and a good deal of it, sometimes required to obtain a seat in luit bodv. The census of 1SS0 showed ...

Publication Title: Worthington Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Worthington advance. — 7 February 1884

I (fir 1 Ail SOiisOf Paraftrahs. Kate Field B*ys: ''Matthew Arnold niy talk about the superiority of Imerican omen over men, and I know letter. Don't quote a foreigner—man-* 0 me. AH a man wants from a woman laually is receptivity. America^ women tre more sympathetic to him than men, lence in his estimation superior. Don't alk to me of the superiority of my sex. yhep women are superior to men they nil demand the suffrage, and several •ttaer things." American women owe a bow to the Pall tlall Gazette, which says "American ?irls have a deserved reputation for gen ral courage above all their sisters else­ where." A German doctor says* "Melt some luspected butter, soak worsted or a t}c*J.n light it like a can He, blow it out if it is oleomargarine, it vill smell like a blown-out candle*, if it butter, it will smell like butter. The total number of children of 'school age," which varies in each state rom four to sixteen, is estimated at 16, 152,283 the school rolls for 18S2 show a member...

Publication Title: Worthington Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Worthington advance. — 7 February 1884

flfoiHrinflkm i§faR«, PUBLISHED tl'ISICLT, AT ro*THING TON, KOBLES COUNTY. MINN. Terms Two Dollan* per year, invariably in ad aee. All or»lers will receive prompt attention. Ooimnunicat.ins intended for publication must N accompanied by the real nam* and address of is writer aaagiiht-anty of good faith—not nee Mtarlly for pubflcation. ADVERTISING RATES. )ne Inch three weeks, 12.00,' three months, 14.00 Three Inches ri weeks, 5.W, 8.00 Five Indies," 6.00, 10.00 Special rates given for larger advertisements Special notices, first week 10 cents a line sub. Sequent Insertions 5 cents a line each week. Transient advertisements paid In advance. Tearlv advertisements to be paid quarterly. Legal advertisements to be paid for before am* lavlt Is given. A. O. of U. W. Worthing. Lodge Xo meets every alter­ nate Friday evening. R. B. PLOTTS, Master Workman. K. V. liOCHAN*. Recorder. MASONIC. IKGULAR COMMUNICATIONS ofFraternl ty Lodge, No. 101, A. F. & A. M. at Masonic »al11,1 Worthington "n...

Publication Title: Worthington Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Worthington advance. — 14 February 1884

Wcrtfungteit PVBIiISUSD TUUnSOATa Wortliiugton, Nobles County, Minn. -'~Tw» dollar* year, in •tfTitnea. Ov Mr (or ili auBthn. Kifir ctnii ur tif". UlODttM, Th« Old Established Paper. Official Paper o? tho County. A. P. KIZ.X1CB, TSiHtor *r.s rro rojrrlouw THU1WD A y/rEBHUA UY U, 1881. WAY DELL PLLILLLI'S. An account of the death of this re­ markable man appeared in our last issue. The papers mention him as the last of the great anti-slavery agitators, but they forget that Beecher still lives, who was as earnest and as great (or greater) than Phillips in denouncing slavery. But Garrison, Sumner, Gree­ ley, Gerritt Smith, Chase, Wadt and Seward went years ago. Lincoln was not one of the original agitators, but on his stalwart shoulders and on his honest and manly heart, fell the burden of guiding the nation through the storm which the others had raised. Garrison, Phillips, Beecher, Greeley and Sumner, and in the order named, were the five men who led in the agita­ tion and on whom fel...

Publication Title: Worthington Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Worthington advance. — 14 February 1884

if* i:-Kr: "Hi Itic ^Uhwttcjc. A. F. MILLS R, Publisher. WORTH INGTON, MINNESOTA. Henry Villard has written a touching letter, to the Chamber of Commerce of St. Paul in response to an official ex­ pression of high personal applicati&U and of sympathy in his misfortunes. The gratefnl act of tlie Chamber was fully appreciated. It was an instance, somewhat rare, of bending sympathetic eally over a prostrate man, instead of kicking him. It pays to do such things in the lqng run—both in this world and in the world to come. Beecher was charged in a newspaper with visiting Mrs. Langtrys's perform­ ance, but h^ pleads an alibi, that lie was in Boston at. the time stated, and suggests that he has a double who makes liim trouble, and wants some one to "catch him, examine him in the­ ology and make him preach, %nd so de­ tect the rascal." Beecher does not go so far as to intimate that his "double" got him intq ''iris great sorrow," as he calls it—tlto Tilton scandal. A physician writes: "W...

Publication Title: Worthington Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Worthington advance. — 14 February 1884

Capture at the Bonle Noire. A Story of the Paris Sccret Police. The 15th of March, 1S32 at nine o'clock in the evening, a cab stopped in front of the entrance of the ball of the Boule Noire. A man stepped out of the vehicle he was about thirty-five years oM. tall, thin, with ad intelligent and bold face, slightly blonde mustache curl­ ed up and carefully tended, a jacket of black velvet, a soft felt hat a little on one side of his head, and Swedish gloves. Another man had been walking up and down on the footpath for the last quarter of an hour. He had on a frock-coat, buttoned up to the chin, a dirty dollar, ragged black necktie, large hat, heavy mustache, and whiskers cut pqnarely on his cheeks, lie carrie.1 a heavy cane. The two men accosted each other, and in a rapid tone ex­ changed these words: "This way, Dubrisart, this way." "Marcou! Ia it you who sent for me?" '•Yes but there is too much light and too many people on the footpath. Let us cross the boulevard." They crossed the...

Publication Title: Worthington Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Worthington advance. — 14 February 1884

Vtattintfltit j3Jdteaarr. PT7BM8HK) M13KLT, AT ITORTBINGTON, NOftLES COUNTY. MINN.. Terms Tw6 Dollars per year, Invariably In ad nee. All orders will receive prompt attention. Communicat.ins intended lor publication must fee accompanied by the real nam* and address of lie writer as a nuiMly of good laith—not nee MMurlly lor publication. ADVERTISING RATES. )ne inch three weeks, #£00, three months, M.00 Three Indies 3 weeks, 5i00, MO rive Inches," 6.00, 1000 Special rates given for larger advertiscwtente Special notices, first week 10 cents a line sub •emteut insertions 5 cents a line each week. Transient advertisements paid In advance. Yearlv advertisements to be paid quarterly. Legal advertisements to be paid tor before an lavlt Is given. A. O. of tJi W« Wnrthlngto iLLodge No 65 Friday evening. B. B-. lOTTS, Master Work nan. B. P. HOCIIAS, Recorder. MASONIC. KGULAR COMMUNICATIONS of Fraternl ty Lodge, No. 101, A. F.St A. M. at Hall In Worthington on the 1st and 3d Mondays In each mo...

Publication Title: Worthington Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Worthington advance. — 21 February 1884

w^pj: -f Wtorthutjjfon ^tace. hniimo TBcnaoin —AT— WartMagtoa, Nobles County, llino. •JTJWWIWI RW.TI WITMM. iMMtfiwHitki. tinrcnj.«t Om«K IH»OW ••tabllshed Paper. Offiolal Paper oS the County. A. P. MNXRK, Editor and iVojrrt^for^ •i www. •«.»•.»• -a a Year,Si.ooforSix Month*. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21. 1884. NOWS YOUR TIME. The Bismark Tribune mentions the return of a citizen from Ohio, who reports that hundreds are thinking of coming west. The dull times there make them restless and turn their at­ tention this way. The Tribune says: Mr. Harris further stated, that owing to the present dull times throughout the country eastern people were impressed with the fact that now is the very best time to invest in Dakota. Much more capital will seek investment here than would have been the case had the boom and flush times continued. A number of capitalists and business men asked to be kept posted regarding the capital question and railroad situation. The best way to do that is to send them the ...

Publication Title: Worthington Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Worthington advance. — 21 February 1884

1 &iH> I: :*. 6it«» I! -p^ *^7 •.-»-•-••' 4V* ^Tic ^iltwitcjc. A. P. MILLER, Publisher. WORTRINGTON, MINNESOTA, More than 4,500 bills, mostly of a pri­ vate nqture have been introduced into the house. Less than 200 have been acted on by committees and reported to the house. The fate of a vast majority can be easily guessed. They will go to the tomb, unwept, nnlionored and un­ sung. The shame of so much buncombe business rests upon representatives and their gullible constituents. The terrible floods now devastating the river valleys below, are attributed in a great measure to cutting down the forests adjacent to the river banks. There is no difference of opinion on tfiis point. Had a reasonable area of forests been allowed to remain all the snow of a winter would not have been melted by a few rainy or sunny days and precipitated into a common reser voir insufficient to retain it within its banks. The value of imports of silk goods in 1888 was $32,'505,280, of which $18,1-10, 2...

Publication Title: Worthington Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Worthington advance. — 21 February 1884

PROCEEDINGS OF CONGRESS. 1 Monday, February 11. Senate.—Soon after the senate Met this morning, Pendleton of Ohio arose to perform the aaddest and one of the most heroic acts of liis life, and that was to present the credentials successor, Henry B. Payne, recently olected to Mr. Pendleton's seat by the Ohio leg­ islature. He did it urthont ilniching. Bills were introduced for a survey of passes *ke affluents of the upper Mississippi fiud Columbia rivers to ascertain the distance between the navigable waters of those rivers authorizing afoot and carriage or railroad bridge across the river at St-Paul (Mr. McMil­ lan) authorizing the Mississippi river commis­ sion to appropriate laud and material repuired for itB Work. The bill passed securing to Amer­ ican inventors the full term of seventeen years lor their patents in*cases-where foreign patonts expire before that time. The senate voted to recede from its amondment to the Greely reliof expedition bill. The resolution for the relief ...

Publication Title: Worthington Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Worthington advance. — 21 February 1884

i®S a PBOCEEDIJGS OF CONGRESS. Monday, February 11. SENATE.—Soon Bills were introduced for a survey of passes between the affluonta of the upper 'Mississippi und Columbia rivers to ascertain the distance between the navigable waters of thoso rivers authorizing a foot and carriage or railroad bridge across the river at St.-Paul (Mr. McMil­ lan) authorizing the Mississippi river commis­ sion to appropriate land and material repuired for its Work. The bill passed securing to Amer­ ican inventors the full term of seventeen years lor their patents in-cases. where foreign patents expire before that time. Tho senate voted to recede front its amendment to tho Greely relief expedition bill. The resolution for the relief of flood sufferers, mentioned in tho houso pro cecdings, was adopted. The bUl reported in tho senate fixing tho sal­ aries of judges of district courts fixed tho sal­ aries df judges of tho districts of Minnesota, Kansas and Western Arkansas from Jnly 1, lS8i, at 34,000 and t...

Publication Title: Worthington Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Worthington advance. — 21 February 1884

pfw ?7 'v fis- I! s£V- r*., J, J*!/*/* W-r* :r •SH Vfciiiungtoit SjiteaKcr. F~rU3HS» M'13KI.T, AT HORTHIXOTON, NOBI.ES COUNTY, MINN. T»mw Two Dollars per year, Invariably in ad nM. All nnlcn will receive prompt attention. (tiinminiicat.n« intended for publication must •e accompanied bv the real nam*1!and address of fee writer as a giuiitnty of good faith—not nee tssarlly for publication. ADVERTISING RATES. )ni inch three weeks, 12.00, three months, $1.00 fhm lnehes 3 weeks, 5.W, *.00 Five Inches," 6.00, 10.00 Special rates Riven for larger advertisements Special notices, first week 10 cents a line sub iejn«nt Insertions 5 cents a Hue each w^ek. Transleut advertisement!) paid in advance. Yearlv advertisements to be paid quarterly. Legal advertisements to be paid for before afB lavlt is given. A* O. of U» W» Wo-Miingt Lodge No 65 meets every alter •te Friday evening. R. B. PLOTTS, Master Workman. g. K. B0C1IAN, Recorder^ MASONIC. REGULAR COMMUNICATIONS of Fraterni­ ty Lodge, No. 101, ...

Publication Title: Worthington Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Worthington advance. — 28 February 1884

1 V\* V/4 «8p&'r ".?i ®flrtBiagt0n ^flvsnce. ruausuo THUBSSATB WartUoftn, Nobles Coutj, Hiia TtioQld Katabliahed Paper. Official Paper of the County. a. p. mui ft'O^llllllJ Tirmiluti Year, $1.00 for Six Months. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28. 188*. safe place. In this season of Aoods and tornadoes elsewhere, it is about time to remind our readers again that this is one of the safest places on the continent. We are above the floods and ths malarial diseases of the country south of us and out of the track of the more destructive tornadoes. While we have been enjoying a pleas­ ant February, the Ohio River for sev­ eral weeks has been "on the rampage," the floods being greater than last year, destroying millions of property and many lives and leaving thousands of people homeless and destitute. More over cyclones have set in thus early. On the 19th, a cyclone passed aver parts of Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee and North Carolina, destroying 1,000 resi­ dences in one county, and killing many pers...

Publication Title: Worthington Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Worthington advance. — 28 February 1884

"Sir' IT II gUhnmtje. A. P. MILLER, Fublibhei. ^OBTHINGTON, MINNESOTA. Tlie floods of the Ohio and tributaris* •are rapidly subsiding. A full realize jtion of the damage is saidtobeapalling •while the fear of future experiences the same sort operates as a discour agement to any effort. The papers report that many peoplt j*vho have suffered by the loss of proper jty from the floods of the Ohio and iti tributaries* are proposing to sell ou and "go west." They could stand flood occasionally on alternate years, bu' .drowning out every year is beyond en­ durance. There seems to be a general impres ision that wheat will rule lower this .than during the last but the feci can* jnot be determined untij ranch later is the season. Fatp»6rs Will probably find it a paying crop, however, but should lay &n anchor to windward bj planting other crops that are sure to jin fiemand. Good farmers have lonjj •ago ceased to put all their eggs in one .basket. There area large number of profits ble gold...

Publication Title: Worthington Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Worthington advance. — 28 February 1884

t, We wore vt Cham when our delayed mail was received. There was a month old letter from my nephew, Reginald Travers, ooptaining sad newB. *My dear old friend Oswald Hamilton was dead affairs left in a bad way. The ar rangement of his papers, straightening accounts and settling up of the estate were left in my hands. A second was to the effect that Josepha (the only and motherless daughter of my old friend, about 24 years of (jge) had fin­ ally refused him. That he had secured a change into .the Tenth, which was soon to be ordered away to fight Zulus, and closed by saying that the best thing I could wish him was a bullet through the head iu the first endagement. My poor Reg! It was his first taste of life's bitter, and it was going down hard. I longed to grasp his hand in sympathy. I cursed the stupidity of mail-carriers and stormed at the hundred and one annoy­ ing delays that kept me so long on my homeward way. However, in two days I was well on my jouruey. Soildiers are rough of ...

Publication Title: Worthington Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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