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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Worthington advance. — 13 January 1876

Warihinfltatt gttontt. Terms **.oo a Year, $i.os for Six Months. THURSDAY. JANUARY 13, 187ft WORTBIXGTON^S pPPORTUyJTT.. The Southern Minnesota Railroad is Wortbington's opportunity. If theroad comet here, Wortliinffton becomes from thai day railroad center and an im portant inland city. If it goes north of us, the railroad center for this sec tion of country will be at the point of crossing the Sioux City road. Worth ington can better afford to pay the whole bonus herself, than tolet therend go north of us. About one-half the tax will fall upon Worthington in any event, for about that per cent, of the realty on the tax lisf is in Worthington. We say, it would pay Worthington to rote a ten per cent, bonus on her realty and make up the ten per cent, on the rest of the realty in the county by sub scription, rather than to let the road go north of us. But of course Worthington will not be asked to do this. The surrounding country wilf, if anything, be benefitted more than the town, and...

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. — 13 January 1876

taBusniD ttrintt.r, AT WOBTHINOTON, NOtff.KS COU^V, HUttf* Vane*. TCJkpjftsiSSsiS t««rr1rMr|MI1 itftlh ASVBHTiaiNo RATES. Pit* Indie*," e.©n\ woo SH«I«1 Wtw given for larger advertlsements- MWNiir liwertloiw A cents a line each week. Transient advertisements paid In advance. 5 to be paid quarterly. "gMMvertnemeitta to be paid for before affl- ORANGE REGISTER. MOULA* XEBflNOS. WortMngton Grange—Second and Fottrth Sat urdsy* In men month, at 11 o'clock. Ilersey—First and Third Saturday* OrahanvLakes—econd and Fourth Saturdays. A S O N I O 1 1 0 0 ljr 2 N 9. CRANDT.IU, See. Frateml- 'S* F- A. M. at Masonic Hall hi Wo:-thiiiictoii on the 1st and 3d Moudas In each at^uth. a J?*B -*»«*See"- S. Ed. CnutDUtu, REGULAR CONVOCA TIONS of living Arch Chap W N A..M..MM.I tonic Hall on the 4th Monday A. C. ItOMNSOM, M. E.- PX1 BUSINESS CAltDS. BANKS. BANK OF WORTHINGTON. Ki.rao Surra, Danker. A. M. SMITH, Cashier. INTEREST PAID FOR TIME DEPOSITS. Draft* Bought and Sold. Special attention giv en to...

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. — 13 January 1876

POETBY. THE UTTLE ONE'S HOUR OF FUN. Sapper is orer. Order is nowhere, Sowforthe Ian, Frail the rule. This it the season Thinktheyarechildien Children most run. Just eat ol school pap* isreading, Home is their place, Says ofthose boys: Theysre the kings, "Pray didyou ever Let then be masters Hearsuch a noise?" Of just a few thing's Ridingon ucamela»' Flaton its nose, Brother is tryin To tickle hist Onlr one hour Oat ot the day, Givethemfallfreedom Over the floor, See one's a squirrel Climbing the door. There goes the baby Join in their play. Do notbe crusty, Do not forget Yon liketomanage- Sometimes do )et. Little he mindsit,— Home willbe sweeter Thoog'thewoQldory Till lite is done Changedittolaughter, Ifjoa will give them At Tomgalloped by. One hour for ion. MISCELLANY. LITTLE WOMEN. (New York Correspondence of the Buffalo Courier.] Imagine a tall, graceful woman, whom you call middle-aged, with dark and bril liant eyes, rich and wavy hair of brown a pretty mouth, that is easily in...

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. — 20 January 1876

The VOLUME IV. THE NEWS BECORD. CRIMES AND CRIMINALS. Eight murderers to be hanged were counted in Missouri at the opening ot the year. The Montreal Herald reports that Boss Tweed wa&seen and recognized in a restaurant ot that eitj en the 4th inst A pac$y of American highwaymen re cently robbed the Southerland overbad ex- Mrs. Elizabeth Benton, the third vic tim ot the murderer Adin of Cleveland, died the evening of the 8th, after five weeks of lin gering suffering. Adin, on being informed of her death Sunday morning, inquired eagerly, "Oh, she's really dead, ig she»" and then be gan to laugh gleefully. Two boys, Frank Dietrich and Gus tave Brandner, sons of respectable parents at Leavenworth, ran away from home recently and set out for St. Louis in a small boat. The river being full of floating ice at the time and nothing having since been heard of the runa ways, it is supposed their boat was crushed by the ice and they drowned. Twenty years ago a Poland named Bloch or Bergman ...

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. — 20 January 1876

V: ?J&1L ^rttagteu |^t Terms $a.oo a Year, $1.00 for Six Months. THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1870. Hon. M. H. Dnnnell has bur thanlte for the Congressional HecoroV \^_ 4? JohnC. Wise, ot the Mankato Re view, has our thanks for a copy of the Grasshopper Report in pamphlet form. Nearly three-fourths of the commit ments in Mankato during the past year were for drunkenness. A State Forestry Association has been organized with Hon, E. F. Drake as President and Leonard B. Hodges as Secretary. We are already getting a taste of the beauties of Democratic rule. Mr. Garfield stated a few days since that forty maimed union soldiers had re-paper, cently lost their places about the House. A discussion followed during which it was developed that nine union soldiers had been dismissed from the House post office and their places filled by nine confederate soldiers. BLAINE. If ever a bombshell was thrown into the House, it was when Blaine moved to except Jeff Davis from the amnesty bill, not because l...

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. — 20 January 1876

I egjj'm rtmuSHIfD WEEKt.T, AT WORTIIINGTON, NOBLES COUNTY, MINN. Terms Two Hollars per venr. invai iiiiv in «A Vance." All orders willreceive S CommunicationsIntend?. toftuwK.rtl m. ust A E I S I N A E S Tiirce Indies 3 weeks 5.00. 00 Viva lashes," fiA^ .. j™ Rpeelal rate* given for larger ndvertisemeiits •ItoajlliiX notices, (h-st week 10 cots a line snb -aetiuetit Insertions 5 rents a line each week. Transient advertisements paid In advance. learlv adveiticinciits to be paid quarterly. Legal advertisements to be paid for before affi davit Is given. GRANGE REGISTER. KCGCI.AU MLirriXGS. Wortiiington Grange-Second and Fourth Sat urdays in icli month, at 11 o'clock. Herwy—First and Thitd Satuidavs Graham Lakes— econd.ind Fourth Saturdays. It A S O N I *2^MWNiCATIOX«« or Fraterni- ty Lodge, No. 101, A. K. & A. M. at Masonic W .^ Hall in Woithington on the lst-nnd3d Mondays in each month. In eaeh month. M. P.. SOUI.E. W.-.M.*. S. Kll. CliAMH C», SCC. RFCl'LAR CONVOCA TIONS or!.hin}...

Publication Title: Worthington Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Worthington advance. — 20 January 1876

POETBY. ODE TO THE OCEAN. Interest has teen excited by the discovery of a remarkable coincidence between the well* known passage in Byron's "Childe Harold," beginning— "Roll on, thon deep and dark blueocean,rollj Ten thousand fleets sweep over thee in vain, and certain stanzas in fin "Ode to the Sea,' by Chenendolle, a French poet, which are as follows: "Dread ocean, bnrst npnn me with thy shores, Fling wide thy waters when the storms bear sway Thy bosom opens to a thousand proreii YetflVetswith idle daring breast thy spray, Ripple with arrow's track thy closing plain, Ana graze the surface of thy deep domain. "Man dares not tread thy liqjid way, Thou sourns't that despot ol a day, Tossed like a snow-flake on the spray, From storm-gnlfs to the skies He breathes and reigns on solid land And ruin marks his tyrant hand Thou bid«t him in that circle stand— Thy reign his rage defies. "Or, should he force his passage there, Thou risest, mocking his despair The shipwreck humbles all his pr...

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. — 27 January 1876

The VOLUME IV. SUMMARY OF THE NEWSt^ Crime*. Albert Wilcox, formerly of Anderson's mercantile house of Bt. Louto, was arrested at Toronto on the 18th, charged with lorgery and theembesslemcnt ot 910,000. Jacobs, the wife murderer, was hanged at Joliet, III, on the Slat. He was compara tively quiet on the scaffold and an almost instantaneous ending of his sufferings followed the drop of the trap. The U. S. circuit court at St Louis, on the 90th, overruled the demurrer in the caseoi Wm. McKee of the QUbt-Dtnocrat, chargeJ with conspiracy to defraud the revenue, and the trial will now be proceeded with. Arthur Gunther, ex-United States rev nue agent at St. Louis, was on the 18th con victed of a conspiracy to defraud the gov ernment. He will be sentenced, when all similar cases on the calendar are disposed of. James Webb, married, teaching a school at Onalaska, Wis., succeeded in de bauohing one of his pupils, a poor, weak minded orphan girl of sixteen years, and then deserted his wile ...

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. — 27 January 1876

ill 1 I is ^jirifcinjjtutt |^4» aw«. Terms t*.oo a Year, $1.00 for Six Months. THUWTDAY, JANUABY 27, 1871k NATIONAL CONVMSTlON. The National Republican Committee lias decided that the next Republican National Convention, for the nomina tion of candidates for President and Vice President of the United States, shall be held in the city of Cincinnati, Wednesday, the 14th day of June, 1876, at 12 o'clock noon, and be composed of delegates from each State equal to twice the number of its Senators and Repre sentative* in Congress, and of two del egates from each organized Territory and the District of Columbia. THE 8IOUX CITY AND PEMBINA. This railroad has been completed to Portlaudville, and the cars are nowpaper, running to that place. The Sioux City Journal jubilates over this and congrat ulates that city upon the increase which the road will bring to her trade. The Sioux City and Pembina will be completed to Beloit by August next, in time to move the next year's crop. Be loit, we unde...

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. — 27 January 1876

3 la each mouth. .§•• R. CiiANni.Rii. See. -..- PUBUSnBD WKEK-T, AT WORTHINGTON, NOBLES COUNTY, MINN. Term? Twopollarsi per year, Invariably in ad vance. All orders will receive prompt attention. Commnnleatlnni Intended for publication must lie accompanied by the real name and address of ttrwriter as a guaranty of good talth-nut nec •MMurtly for publication. ADVERTISING RATES. One Inch three weeks, *2.00, three mouths, »4.00 Three Inches 3 weeks, .VOU, 8.00 Five inches," 6.00, 10.00 Special rates given for larger advertlsements Iteadlng notices, first week 10 csnts a line sub •ennent Insertions S cents a line, each week. Transient advertisements paid in advance. Yearlv advertisements to be paid quarterly. Legal advertisements to be paid for before affi davit It given. ORANGE REGIS TER. KKGULAK MEETINGS. Worthington range—Second and Fourth Sat urdays in each mouth, at 11 o'clock. Horsey—First and Third Saturdays. Graham Lakes—second and 4th Wednesdays. A S O N I KGULAR COMMUNICATIONS...

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. — 27 January 1876

POETRY. [From the N. Y. Evening Poet.] "UNCLE 8AirS A HUNDRED." AS AKTIC1PAT0RT CKXTB1UIIAL ODB. Oh re Powers! what a roar, Soon was never heard before— Thundering, Irom shore to shore, ••Uncle Sam's a hundred I" Cannon boom and trumpets bray, Piddles squeak, and fountains play— 'Tis his great Centennial day— "Uncle Sam's a hundred I" Stalwart men and puny boys, Maids and matrons swell the noise, Ev'ry baby lifts its voice: "Uncle Sam's a hundred I" "Nervous folks who dote on qniet, Thonsh they're half distracted by it, Can't help mixing In the riot: "Uncle Sam's a hundred!" Brutes that walk and birds tuat fly, On the earth or in the sky, Join the universal cry, "Uncle Sam's a hundred 1" Well, suppose he is—what then Don't let's act like crazy men. Must we take t» tooling when "Uncle Sam's a hundred T" There he stands—our modern Saul Head and shoulders above all 4,Yet, Pride goet bejore a fall," E'en though one's a hundred. 'What's a hundred in our dav Foreign Uncle Sams will say': ...

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. — 3 February 1876

VOLUME IV. THE NEWS BECOBD. CRIMES ANpCHiniFIALS. In the superior court at Hew York, on the 26th, Lucius W| Pond, the man whose wholeMle forgeries 'created so mnefc mrprJae and excitement, withdrew his plea ol not guilty and was sentenced to fifteen jeara In the State prison. There are still thirty-two indictments against him. A. C. Uesing, editor of the Staats-Zei «ng, and Jacob Rehm, ox-polioe superintend ent ol Chicago, were indicted by the grand jury in the United States District Court on the 98th, for conspiracy in connection with the whisky frauds. The bail of Hesing was fixed at 170,000 and that of Rehm at $50,000. John Scannell of New York, the mar dererot Donahue, acquitted on the plea of in sanity and sent to the Utioa insane asylum, appears to be in a fair way ot recovering his liberty. He was tye other day subjected to a thorough medical examination and pronounced perfectly sane, and his discharge, it is now said, will speedily follow. The amount of forgeries of E. D. Wi...

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. — 3 February 1876

I I .„t \$k~ We are glad to see that tbe piejeetof building the Minnesota Midland Nar row-gauge Railroad from Wabasha west, is to be pushed through the com ing season. We do not bate a Jot of our faith in narrow-gauge railroads, and belieye that from the time the road mentioned introduces them into Min nesota, it will not be long until the State Is- gridlroned with them. We have the Southern Minnesota standard gauge on hand now, but we hope in due time to begin again the agitation of the narrow-gauge to Fort Podge. Dr. Leonard Bacon, who goaded Til ton to the publication of the great scandal, has made a movement for a convention of Congregational ministers to investigate the whole matter, and if Beecher is found guilty, the punishment will be exclusion from the fellowship of Dr. Bacon and his class of ministers and churches. If Dr. Bacon dies with out being ruined by some scandal him self, it will be because retribution don't always come in this life. NATURALIZATION BILL. Hon. M. H....

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. — 3 February 1876

rUMJMMD Wim.T, AT WORTHINGTON, HOBLR* OOTJNTY, MINX, ••tartly lor publleatkm. """-not nee- ADVBRTIHTOr 4 5 2 "ST *T?1l,,,lr,*rwr»dTertl9eiiMints. i^«iTJwItI7i^??rl,t!» *».*• PnM quarterly. daWlaJfveS^^Mt" to -2te?ifIn 7 »"w I D. HUMISTON, be,or«' GRANGEJtEQISTER. wmvvAM xnmsaa. •ffl* l,,gt,8?*,ni?f,&-t8eeon*«"* Rmrthft*. «rd«y «*eh month a 11 o'clock J?2T2T3r""riCl* Satnrdavs. Graham Lakes—*eeoud ami Itk Wednesdays. It A 8 0 N I O ZSF* 'ffl *L*A.*L Masonic JTalU WortWnpK on the & fid. CUANDLEK, HCC REGULAR CONV OCA TIONS of Living Arch Chap tor. No. 28, If A.% M.\ at.M* ta.Mh.onth. Monday i, «.c4Wo,^c8g?,,u,a0!' a A Kit IT A AND DEPARTURE Of MA 1LS AMKivea, Kaatern (dally) 12 IS a. m. Southern 150 a. wertjm—I.n Verne and Sioux Falls ««iJ«? r*!? a •Jpirlt Lake Mondays 6i. m. Seward, Saturdays, W a. in! ncrinrs. RftHenKdaflT) 1 9 0 a.m. Mouthern 1218 a. in •western—Lu Verne and Sioux Falls, Seward. Saturday*, 3 p. m. All mallselose at 7 p. of each day. flffiee hours from 8 a m...

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. — 3 February 1876

*.A POETBT. ALONE 2h LONDON. Bv her fMilt or by ill tele Lift in great London desolate Of helpcn and of oomfbrten: Without one heart to beat with hers Without one hand in tendemesi And sympathy her hand to preas: A lone soul left, dispaaaionatr, Without one link ot loveor hate. From her lodging, poor and bare, up In the •moke-dim air. With eneerieaa heart and aimleaa feet, And high She deaoended to the street, Where the people, coming, going, Ceasaleas as a river's flowing, Seemed as'miperturbaUe— AM though no hearMrarm tear eould well Into those dry eyes no sob Erer could those set lips rob Ot their sterness. With blindstare, They pass a woman in deapair.1 With hopeless heart, witn weary feet, She wanders on from street to street, Restless as a withered leaf Fallen from its parent tree, Deserted street and silent square. Into the shadow black and deep Of a doorway ahe doth shrink, Crouching there she cannot weep, Waiting there she cannot think As a tide by river-wall Lappeth erer w...

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. — 10 February 1876

VOLUME IV.. ,, N CU&ftENT TOPICS LOOK out tot fresh news from tbe BJtsk Hills, about these days. M»s. BifEoaepr never smiles, proper, indetd.no womalj should, Very his white head .above the witness stand and hoarsely shouts: "Ask me what I know about it." THIRTY-SIX nations have already ac ceptedthe invitation of the Centennial commissioners, and will be represented at Philadelphia, TUE expected compromise between the government of Prussia and the Catholics has failed, and the former bitterness has been greatly intensified. TALK about the crime of infanticide in the United States! In the district of Middlesex in London, three hundred children are annually smothered to death in bed by their mothers. TUEHB is a^lady in Baltimore older than the United States. She had her centennial njne years ago. and has a baby seventy-seven years old. She reads all the accounts of murders in the daily pa. pers, snd says Joachin Miller is not a poet! IT may be an unnecessary caution in these hard ...

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. — 10 February 1876

Worthingum ^drawe. Tarns $ixo a Year, Mentha, £. THURSDAY. VBBBUABY M, Iff* Plymouth Cliurctf lial^Sled W ad visory council of 171 churches, east and west,tomeet at Plymouth Church on the 15th of February, to decide whether or not Plymouth Church has been act ing contrary to the Word of God, the principles of Christian justice and the polity of the church in its dealings with members and questions growing out of ths Bcecher-Tilton affair. We are glad to see that the State Medical Society, at its recent annual session at Minneapolis, agaiu declared in favor of the Inebriate Asylum and urged upon the House the propriety of non-concurring in the Senate bill to repeal the act creating the Asylum. They declare habitual drunkenness to be a disease demanding greater care than can be given in private practice. The power of the whisky interest isv amazing. Governments license men to produce the disease known as inebriety, and then question the propriety of establishing hospitals to cure the ...

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. — 10 February 1876

~"™LjE01,M»n"» WBBKT.T, \t I WOfcTOlNeTOX, NOBI.R8 COUNTT,MINN. A II ln*»rt»Wy ^mS8fBlJUEmlS$' D. IIUMISTON, In ad- ^Vjgjllgjwwnii Inteiidejl lor imhfieatldn mutt E a "*m? ot faddress »lM l~n ootf RATES. a*ADVERTISING Mtea given for larger advertisements first week 10muts a line lub A cents a line eaeh week. rertUeiiienia to be paid) ^SSsm^^m^^tOSSim, GRANGE REGISTER. •MOLAR XMTMaft. «TOM8i.c —SHE*"**"!? 0"WfB~Heoad and Fourth Sat- graham lakes—econd and *th Wednesdays. It' A S O N I S E N a A AkM. at Masonic !L. }«?»»»Wortlilngion on the afctp 1st and 3d Mdndays in each tJtCt mouth. RRGULAfe CONVOCA'- I 3| CHAHDI.BU,. See.. OT TlONSof living Arch Chap. W S ter,W Nn.M, If. K- M.- at Ma soni Hall on the 4th Mouday A.C.ROBINSON,-M.% E.% H.\P.\ 1. K. Cjuybtga, gee. (3«1 4JUtfrM AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS ANRIVSS. Raetern (daily) Veutheru 12 IS a. m. 1 fi0a.ni. 6 p.m. 6 p. in. 10 a. in. Verne and SI'** Faii»i -_.J?t*5f*.? ?nd Saturdays, •Writ lake Mondays Howard, Saturdays, DEPARTS. S!3ffi*...

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. — 10 February 1876

POETBY. THE EXPIRING YEAR BY A. MOUSE. To the fair mind the closing hours of day Ne'er passwithout a thorough winnowing of The seeds through which their mystic maws Much less the last sad hoars of this old year 'Tis jiot that meditation drear »£"&._,,,_ Should always crowd upon che snrinKing And thus embitter all the days of life Tis not that so-called dread eternity Forever present to the mind should be Or that the singing birds of hope should fly, Scared by the phantoms fancy conjures up. Man would beiaise to nature and hiniselt— To Clod, as well—should he thus murdertime, By constant dreaming on life to be. Andyet, and yet, a sadness sometimes comes At tub sweet hour when joy more welcome were When we do wish the winter rose to bloom— When we do wish the sun a brighter beam. Those hallow'd names—thosenames of friends once dear, Despite ourselves, upon our mera'ries crowd 'Tis now that we remember those who late Have passed away—a husband or a wife— A son, or daughter, or a pr...

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. — 17 February 1876

VOLUME IV. 1 SUMMARY OF THE NEWS. Crime*. The second trial at Boston of Piper for UM murder of Mabel Young, terminated on the llth in a verdict o» guilty of murder inthe tint degree. John Henderson, John A. Walsh, and Junes A. Qeiard, of New Orleans, indicted lor conspiracy to defraud the government, were arraigned on the 10th, plead not guilty and bailed In 16,000 each. The burglar who entered the National Bank of Commerce Toesday night, at New London Ct., has been discovered in the per son ofGeorge C. Parker, one of the -tellers of that bank, whohas made a confession. All the missing funds of the bank, amounting to #31,6bO, haveWa reeovSred. In the Babcock trial at St. Louis on the tth, counsel agreed that the deposition ot President Grant, required by the defense,shall be taken in Washington belore Chief Justice Wsite The deposition will be taken Bator day next. Both aides will be represented by counsel, Major L. Baton acting for the prose cution. George 0. Smith, formerly presid...

Publication Title: Worthington Advance, The
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