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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Worthington advance. — 23 March 1876

W W 1 a »v u&& r-fci**. -ji* arartbiugtatt gritawi. Terms tf .so Year, #i.»»»te Mouths, THURSDAY. MARCH Z^ !««. A C. F. Solberg, Commisstonelr of StiU tistics. lias our thanks for a copy of his annual report. Eight inches of snow fell at Chatta nooga, Tenn., on Sunday night last, and ten inches at Memphis. The storm seems to have been general, extending also over New Yorjt^ Recently the editor of the Onaaha Bee spoke of a disreputable place in that City as a "den." The keeper of the place, a colored man named Curry, as faulted the editor. Curry has been tried, found guilty, and sentenced to four years in the penitentiary. If all juries were as prompt as this, editors would have some rights which rowdies are bound to respect. The Governor refused to sign the bill appropriating $35,000 for seed grain for grasshopper sufferers. The Legislature somehow showed a lamentable lack of wisdom in passing this bill instead of a bounty bill to fight grasshoppers. Had a bounty bill lieen ...

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. — 23 March 1876

PUBUSniD WEIBXT, AT WOUTUINOTON, NOBLKS COUNTY, MINN. a rISl-. A1 orfrn l*f*158V ,r «5 attention. Communications intended for publication inust he accompanied by the real name & th« writer as a guaranty of good faltu-uot uec. essarily for publication. uwuec- A E I S I N A S One Inch three weeks, fcLOft, three months. *i Three incite*3 weeks J?0""!*. WW Five inches," tJSs. ia& Special rotes given for larger sdvertlseme.iU. Special notices,firstweek 10emits a line• sub.evening. •SSSS^i »l»ertl«nients |iald in advance. davlfS Jfveif "ent!lto be,or*' *ffl- ORANGE REGISTER. KCOCLAR XEKTISOS. jyorthingt«Mi Grange-Second and Fourth Sat •rdays In earh montfi, at 11 o'clock. Heraey-Kirst and Third Saturdays. Graham Lake?—eeond and 4th Wednesdays. A S O N I »?VJ'P CJ N I A I O W °l Fraterni- ty Lodge, No. in], A. K. & A. at Masonic Hall in Worthington on the 1st and 3d Mondays lu each month. njt In each month. M. B. Sovu W,\ H.-. aV Ed. CHANDI.EK, ijec REGULAR CONVOCAr TIONS of I ...

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. — 23 March 1876

MISCELLANY. JUST FOR FUN. BT JOIIFHIXB FOLLABD. Up in the morning Mid out of bed. He takes a Inn on his(nmnj bead. And. aeeiog h&n act like a orasj down, We knew that the day will be upside down. He firee the kitten a shower-bath And works her up to a state of wrath He ties a kettle to Rovers tail And drops his cap in the milking-pul. He drlTes the hen ironi her nice warm nes* The turkeys andgeese have no chanoe to rest, AndohlhWmefwIddle f£*£ow they run! As if they knew it wasjust for lun I He teases hissister and pulls herears, And pulls her hair tills he brings thetean. And & alwaysso rough with herdolls and tors That she saysshe had rathernot play with the boys. Sometimes he carries his fun so far That he's quite as rude as the street boys are, And, called to account for his ways so rough, Thinks "Idid'nt mean tot" excuse enough. He's such a clown he don't know Howdeep in mischief a boy may «o And yet so sorry when barm is done We can't help thinking 'twas tost for fun. ...

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. — 30 March 1876

SUMMARY OF THE NEWS. Crlnfc*. Peter Kowui stoned ti saloon at Fall River, Mass., ou tbj lftu, because the keeper refuse* him liquor without pay, and was sndt dead by Luke Hngher, brother of th«* saloon keeper. At Salt Uke, on the 2lst, John Wig gins was sentenced to beshot Jane 234 Jer the murder ot John Kramer, the prisoner choos ing this mode of death in preference to hang ing or decapitation. Col. R. I. Van Home, internal revenue collector at Kansas City, Mo, was before the United States grand jar/ at Jefferson City, on the Slat, demanding an investhjanoifot Mi al leged complicity wilh'the whisky ring at St. Joseph, Kansas, and elsewhere. Col. £. Washburn, chief or the United States secret service at Washington, assisted by two other tectivea, at Scranton, Pa the Slst, arrested George Winans and W. Banr, on the charge of beingextensively engaged iu the manufacture ot plates for printing United States 5:30 bonds and bank and treasury notes. Simultaneously with these arrests a brot...

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. — 30 March 1876

tmm Warthingtott &mm. Twins Year, 0 0 fer Meotha. THURSDAY. MABCH 30,ltfe, Tlie Democratic Housa. Committee on Military Expenditures" propose to cut down the salaries of Sherman. Sher idan, and the three Major Generals so that the aggregate redaction will be $14 000. They owe these generals an old grudge for irtiipping then* a few" 3'ears ago%- Now that women have secured their right to vote at school elections and to hold school offices, it is an interesting question as to how tlie matter shall fce inaugurated. We would suggest that husbands take their wives and young men their sisters' or sweethearts and go to the next school election as they would to a concert or a meeting. Let? us inaugurate woman voting under the' best circumstances and in the most or derly" manner. Women vote at church elections, and why not at school and other elections. Woman voting is a most decided success in Wyoming. Come out, ladles, and don't be afraid to exercise your right. A'KARROW-GAUGE COAL ROA...

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. — 30 March 1876

PUBMSIIKD WEBKI.T, AT 1 ^f)f WOttTIIINOTOX, NOBLES COUNTY, MINN. •»T2[f,l*»TiWO 1 ADVERTISING RATES. One Inch three weeks *2.0«, three months, no Three Inches a week*, ft.no, g.«X Five Indies" *.(£ wonf Special rates ««ven for larger •dveitheniento. 8pccK1 nollees, first week 10 eonta a line aub- Transient adyertisemcutH paid In advance. N davifls SVCIK In eaeh month. A ROMHSOV. R. E CIUMM.UU, sec Wedncsdivs and Saturdays, Kpirlt Lake Mond ivs Heward, Situ days, Will give (Mji.'cUl itteuti tti to pv*ciitiur and ackii'iwIciUiii'.' i|fe Is. in utsriges, ete. Mso to fie re.Hl'i'ror i'l i» op-.tv orim troved fauns and to the roller |.tn of rent taxes, ete Se\ era! iiniMoM tl funis mil xillate prnneitv for sale. Al»o (IIKHI ii| ii il el mis^t ure itl) uir tins t'oirespoml.Mici'aiiii itiona^e solicited Woitli liiBton, Minn [M\ Arm'ixEYn. il S'H'I.F. NNn,i,oi{ A I A W Ami Vol irvruhlie lico on IViitli stieet, in the Tost Office. I'rompt attention i\en to eon veyaneliig. [27lv. B. N. CARRIE...

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. — 30 March 1876

iftt my mi* TUB QTJWE-T08T. D»»# know the road to th'btrt of flour!, it brwAo'day let down the tan. -pAndnWyoor wheatfieldhour by hour TUlirandown-yet, till shine of nfn. Yon peg away the lire-long day, HorlomlAbout,nor gapearaand Aia feat's the road to the thrathhV floor, 1 A to the kitcnen. I'll be boondI iHyeknow the road where the dollars are Follow tue red oenta here and there /'Tor.'!! a nan leaTeathem, I atma hi\ Be wont And dollars anywhere, 1 ,l)'jre know the road to Sunday's restt Atjdon't ot week days be ateered fa field and workshop do y'i best, A I Banday oomes itieu, 1're heered. D'ye sosow what road to honor leads ad good old axe T-» lovely fight I By way o» temperanoe, honest deeds, ABU tryin' to do your dnty right And when the road forks airy side, And you're in doubt which one it is, Stand still and let y'r conscience guide Thank Qod, it can't lead much amiss I Go. fcarin' Qod, but lovin' more I've tried to be an honest guide. Yod find the grave has got a door, And...

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. — 6 April 1876

VOLUME IV. SELECTED MISCELLANY. REST IN THE GRAVE. Trom Temple Bar Re?* the g«-ve I—but rest is for the weary, And her slight limbs were hardly girt lor toil (or, UXe» w»r" oat, deserted, dreary, Which have no brightness left for death to spoil. We yearn for rest, when power and passion wasted Have left to memory nothing but regret She sleeps, while life's best pleasures, nil un tasted, -. Had scarce approached her rosy lips as yet. Her childlike eyes still lacked their crowning sweetness, Her form was ripening to more perfect grace. She died with the pathetic incompleteness Of beauty's promise on her pallid face. What undeveloped gifts, what powers un tested, Perchance with her have passed away from earth— What germs of thought in that young brain arrested, May never grow and quicken and have birth She knew not love, who might have loved so truly, Though love-dreams stirred her fancy faint and fleet Her soul's ethereal wings were budding newly, Her woman's heart had scarce begun to...

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. — 6 April 1876

Worihittgtott ^famu. Twins •».» Year, $1.00 for Six Months. THURSDAY. APRIL «, 1S7H Connecticut went Qemocrtur on Tuesday last. tUe Democrats electing the Govenor and theLegisLiture. Wait. (Republican) is elected to Congress. The New York Sun says that over one-half of all the confirmed drunkaids who take refuge in the Inebriate Asylum AtBinghamton, are permanently ciued of their morbid appetite. The official statistics on the subject, which have lieen published, cover seven yeais, and a very large number of cases. Mr. Dunnell, having been called upon by the secretary of the navy to name a candidate for the naval cadetship at Annapolis from this congressional dis trict, will cause a competative examin ation to be held atOwatonna on the 2d of May next for that purpose. Candi dates are required to be between the ages of 14 and-18 years. Tiie names of the board of examiners will be announ ced in due time. TIIE NARROW GA UOE Tiie Spiiit Lake Beacon, speaking of the proposed narrow-gauge...

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. — 6 April 1876

Three Indies $ weckSv 5.0a In each mouth. '•ffSfSr'S' V.VJWVSB'I rtiBUsifKo wiemct.r, AT WORTttlNGTON, NOBLES COUNTY, MINX. Ternw Two lkJlars per vear, Invariablv in art Coinimmicattons Intended for publication must &S3taJw,,te'1,,y e.r e»I ,,iM,M* iMyt,r»1SK!y°f «Wre™ Vif BOOd A E I S I N A E S '•rutii'i'1 V'J*S l««r«"» mouths,s.( *|.00 a W Five Inches," 0.O& 10.00 Special ratw given for larger advcrtlscments Special notices, first week 10 cents a line sub sequent insertions 5 rents a line Mich week. Transient advertisements paid in advance. lrearlv advertisements to we paid quarterly. Legal advertisements to be paid for befoie' affi davit Is given. in 'i ,_:—-r r^-= GllAXGE REGISTER. KEGITLAK MEETINGS. Wortliington Grange—Second and Fourth Sat urdays in e.ii'h month, atll o'clock. Jfersey—First and Third Saturdays. Craham Lakes— ecoiid and 4th Weduesdays. ASONIOT lEGtJLAR COMMUNICATIONS Fraterni ty Lodge, No. 101, A. F. & A. M. at Masonic $£ Hall in Wortliington on 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. — 6 April 1876

RECORD OF THE NEWS. Flood and Disaster at Clinton, Mass. DURING the flood at Clinton, Mass,, the dam of Mossy Pond gave way, causing great damage. Three hundred andfiftythou sand dollars will hardly cover it. It is not known that any lives were lost, bat it is re ported that two men are missing who are known to have been in one of the buildings destroyed.. The scene for a distance of two miles along the track of the waters recalled the terrible Mill River disaster. About two o'clock on Sunday it became evident that there was danger, efforts were made to strengthen the dam with mattresses, bales of hay and small trees, but the efforts were un availing. The dike melted like snow, and at three o'clock the waters burst forth with a mighty rush, sweeping away everything in the path. Trees were twisted, snapped and uprooted, earth and boulders torn from be tween the hills, leaving a rough gorge sev eral rods in width. After passing Fullerville down to the branch of the Nashua river, the 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. — 13 April 1876

VOLUME IV. CHOICE SELECTIONS. My Love. A cold grave lies between my love and I for *ye and aye I took a white rose from her breast andkissed her lips one day, One dark, sad day, and she was lost forever then to me, Though weary years should stretch out end less as Eternity." World-Wear.*. Another dreary day Has faded into still more dreary night, And kneeling low, I pray That morins's checker'd golden rays of light May tremulously fall Through boughs of casement-roses, reach their red WarmA ngers through them all, To touch my sleepish face, and find it dead. To-Morrow. To-morrow! what cin to-morrow brine but woe» To-morrow will come and to-morow will go, And the heart will live, And the heart would give All that to-morrow's to-inorrow holds to know If all the coming to-morrow will bring but woe ROMANTI HISTORY The Strange Story of the Kise and Full of a Danish Prince. "Give me a few pennies madam," said a Gypsy woman to a handsome matron who was leading a twelve-year old boy, of ver...

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. — 13 April 1876

Wwihtngton gMtatfc. T«rm $9.oo Year, $1.00 for Six Months. THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 187* THE IXD.IAX& Bishop Whipple has written a letter to the Pioneer-Press on how to treat Indian prisoners. He writes from Sav vanah, Ga., giving an account of how seventy Indians chiefs who were taken prisoners and sent to Fort Marion, St. Augustine, were put undermilitary dis cipline/drilled, taught to obey and then Christianized. A similar suggestion has been made before as to the disposal of the Indian. If every Indian prisoner could be put under military discipline for a year or two, taught obedience, and gradually educated to embrace Christianity, and then returned to their own people as missionaries, we should be in afar bet* ter way to civilize and Christianise the savage. If thebarbarians who overran Europe could be taken in hand and de veloped into the Christian rations of modern Europe, we ought not to des pair of Christianizing the red man. EM ALE SUFFRAGE. At the recent election in Minne...

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 April 1876

punuane WEBKLT, AT WOltTIIINGTOX, NOBLES COUNTY, MINN. Terms Two lillars per year, iuvarlablvtn id CommuiiicHtkuis intended for publication must SSuSVmSSSlS' °l g00l Mec- A E I S I N A E S GRANGE llEUISTEU. tlHOULAU MEKTINOa. Wortliliigtnw (1range—Second and Fourth Sat urdays In e.ieh inonth, at 11 o'clnek. Hemey-First and Third Saturdays. S a A a In each month. Will «lve ««»•.•'•ill atl, -nti -i to ex-.-entim and acknowloUio'j d'-i'd-s, in M-fuu-nes, -te. A|MI t.i the renli'i'iof vill u-«pr 'rtvoriiinroved f.t-ins and to the eiilleeliui sf n-nt-i. ta.e-i. etc. S-v eral improved farmx. and iil.tae propertv tor hale. Also uiioeonpirrt cl.-lms it irreat hai-iral-is. Convspiindeiice and patronage solicited. Worth Inghm, Minn. f5 ]y. ——mmitm^umu 11 ^IJI ATTOR.XKVS. R. SOITLK. COlTNSKJ.LOlt AT A W A nd Not ir I'liblio. Oilice on Tent Street, in the Post Office. attention given to eon veyaiieliiK. [-!7iy. B. N. CARRIER A O N E A A W A N Oneliwh three weeks, *2.00. three mouths, *L00 servl...

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 April 1876

RECORD OF THE NEWS. Gen. Schenek on the Defensive. The Committee on Foreign relations having intimated that no further evidence would be received in the EmmaMine investi-1propriated gation, and asked ex-Minister Schenek if he would be satisfied with an acquittal from all blame, Gen. Schenek replied that he desired such investigation for others as well as him self. The ground he took was this: that he was neither a dupe nor a rascal. Heknew he was neither, but he invested his money in the mine with a view of bettering his condi tion. He made his investment with his eyes open. He wished to show not only this, but that the mine is still an enormously valuable property, and the failure was owing to mis management of the company in England. He did not want to appear as a simple booby, takenin by others, and therefore desired to havethevalneofthe mine fully established. These things had gone to the world on the wings of lightning, to his prejudice, connect ing him with the alleged fraudul...

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 April 1876

How Burglar was Betrayed By His Dog. I. William Cole, or "The Weasel," as he was styled by the fraternity, was, without doubt, the most daring, skill ful, and expert burglar of his day. About thirty-live years of age, me dium sized, heavy-set, with dark hair and eyes, there was nothing peculiar in his appearance, had he not been a cripple. His right leg was shorter than the other by four or five inches, which compelled him to walk upon the ball of his left foot to make the length of the limbs equal. There was a calm resolution in the steadfast gaze of his dark, piercing eye, which be spoke the highest order of physical courage and his well-knit frame, erect head, firmly poised upon a solid neck, evinced that he possessed great strength and powers of endurance. Either from design or a fondness for novelty and change, he was here, there, and everywhere, apparently perfectly ubiquitous as to time or place and as he made it a regular practice to take back and side en trances, alley-ways...

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 April 1876

If1 S^3W WJ£^ 8h*'-gS* !f !i 1 s'. if k' 5 ::..-• =Be»t!«»»«"«ta wsswvnwi. -.as-w*. WmtMnghni ^foawr. The people1 held a series of mass meetings which have had no parallel since the days of the vigilance com mittee of San Francisco. They said to this ring of bummer politicians, 44 Surrender or Hang! The Times raised the cry of Emigration or Ex termination!" ADVANCE H*» .'-.^.(r "S^TT"?5* W $s.eo $1.00forSUTllonflm. THUBSDAY. APBIL 20. 187«. PEOPLE va. THE POLITI CIANS. The recent uprising of the people of Chicago to free themselves from what the Pioneer-Press calls the "bummerocracy" will be a warning to ballot-bojc staffers and greedy of fice-holders, throughout the country. The bummer element, with Mayor Colvin at their head, refused to sur render the city government, after having been defeated at the polls, and after having stuffed the ballot-boxes and counted themselves in. The Pioneer-Press, speaking of this state of affairs, says: Such is theReceipt*—Tax dreadful predicament 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. — 20 April 1876

PCBMSHED WKBKtT, At WORTHINGTON, NOBLES COUNTY, MTNN. the writer as a cnarautyof tmoA fSftkSEZS? •warilytorpublication/ gWKl I a n«c- ADVERTISING BATES. FlwIndies," %$, law Special rate* given for larger advertisements —5£da! not}**% *wtweek 10centsa line sub- sequent insertions 5 cents a line each wee*. Transient advertisements paid in advance. Yearly advertisements to be paid quarterly. 4a1if? *?vert,i*,neutstoM Paidto* before^m- GRANGE REGISTER. KEGULAft MIKT1NOS. Worthlngton Grange—Second and Fourth Sat urdays In ifh month, at11 o'eloek. Mersey-First and Third Saturday*. Graham LAkes—"econd and 4th Wednesdays. A S O N I REGULAR, COMMUNICATION* of Fraterni- ty Lodge No. 101?*. F. & A. M. at Masonic Hall in Worthlngton on the 1st and 3d Mondays iu each mouth. S. Ed. CHANDLER, Sec REGULAR. CONV OCA TIONS of Living Arch Chap ter, No. 28, It A.. *. at Ma .. *,*uic Hall on the 4th MondaJy In each montli. A. C. ROBIXSOX, E. H.\P. B. K. Cn.tSPi.mt, Sec [30t] ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF...

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. — 20 April 1876

Jay *$. ,4$ *i RECORD OP THE NEWS.,. Trltmte to Lincoln's Memoir* rT There was an immense crowd in Lincoln Park, Washington, on the occasion ofthe unveiling ofthemonumentto Abraham Lincoln. Thefirstcontribution to the statue was made on the morning after the assassina tion ofPresident Lincoln, by Charlotte Scott, a colored woman, of Marietta, Ohio, whogave AT* dollars. All the fond and expenses have been paid by subscriptions by coloredpeople. The last Congress appropriated $3,000 for the pedestal, and the statue was allowed to pass the custom house free of duty. The statue is of bronse, is twelve teet high, rest ingen a pedestal ten feet high. It represents Mr. Lincoln standing erect, with the procla mation of emancipation in his left hand, while his right hand is outstretched over the kneelingfigureof a slave, from whose limbs the shackles have just been freed. There were on the speakers' stand the President, members of the cabinet, Justices .of the su preme court, foreign ministe...

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 April 1876

THE HftESIDE. itfortJ A Jcnell for the torn Who starts to the On a life-long wal Swing andringin Clamor, O belli, But your voices Andthe paan thai Is only a nocking lii Ye should sing 01 Jo clear. Ye are shooting Sold for a million A thousand eyes are That glittering ftpeto see in corftw pais But the sweet bride wajfceth wearily, And her eyes are dim alas1 Hand, not heart, is fh«gift she bring*? Duty, notJew, the Wnun'shi sings, Andher visions arefraught. •»~r-*-'7 With oankeringthoiflit i^ 7 And dreadral imMiniali: .V Herheart should beligp, bit its heat isHow, Bobbing and throbbing, sadland low- Sold IJSoldf Sold!v Sold for a million ot gjitteripg goldt Orani flowers in her shining hair, concealed by gosssjmer lace Starry jewels on bind and breast. Qems of the Orieutt gold of the West, In glimmering play, Seem, laughingto My-* "Weare thepriceWwrest!" Butthe song fa suni and rite is read, The pageant over, the TOWS are said- Sold! Sold! Sold! Sold for ^.million ofperishing gold! A ...

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