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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Worthington advance. — 27 April 1876

^ifi&jjefi JV,ali55B«^lfePftttg^^ WwWmw ^tauw *VMUOAJf BTATW CONVENTION. at Imfcanlea rcpresentlaf faity ef Maaeeota to hereby I MUSICBALL.la ST. PAUL, at l&«lWIDimB»AY, MAT u, iw*, iglaaiartaallna aa flfte-etcf Flta Hectors,tobeMpported hffetaavtratate neat rnaMeatlal Beettoa aM atn»l»e-hku -ulflafrghinUlt) to repreceat •I MajMMto la the Bo iaw .mm ^»n:,f •[. Tat »cjtB*feaftea-_4«#* La«a»»Uth4*yefJane: aad awy bteperry laVsajaaaa*«ii aaaato la ahe fan itoaa Jtokf At. •_ke»a4uyefJuly.ls* letlajaajaatoMoa will be cue dakv gatotoraveqrtoeaatat,or aMjar fraction there-Jtop&diturt+-Ot4cnih*utf,' of on* let at J-fcMuefcurjr far Govern** *t aboecattttsaevacal taaaaralalMttOBv, ft sjaiv townships In told to representationas' fnV {."Ov rami Prairie _. Otoajr S Summit Lake SjBfaaaai Lakes scan coat. aorjIB,Ckatraum. ^•"•"l The^erpejinportsshow that in Illinois, aHeMfaai aad Penasylvania the pros ftet tar a fuH crop of wheat and fruit la good. I Ohio and Indiana the pioapaettoaotf...

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 April 1876

WORTHINGTON, 9QBLH flbaXTTJOmi. Tww» !!•»•••»»—ton ii DflMI ttfiSK!' Ont Inch MIM wee1 Threelnetie»3wee Flv* lathe*, •mini ram HTCH I«r hM-ggr In Men Month. ft, ft. CHAHOLBK. Sect, Wortem-I* Verneand Shut* Falls, Wednesdays and Saturdays, Spirit lake Monday* Soward, Saturdays, ATTORNEYS. JM.. HMTNHKI.LOR AT-f.AW And Xot iry rublie. Oflfoe on Tenth. Street, In the Post Office. Prompt atteutton givento eon. veyanclng. [2ny. B.N. CARRIER, ATTOBXEr AT LAW, AND .. ',- CLKUK OF DIST. COURT. AR bmmieMlelt with Idni will rewlve prompt attention. Office on 9th Street opposite the Park. (2-27ly.- *\ttornoy-*at-Lawv A N A N COLLECTION A E NT l^VERNK BOL'K CO., MINN. 4 |s-«Jly. ...v.,. ,:s ., rHl'SICtAXS. CMAFT.MMX. 'PJIYS1CIAX & SUIiGEOX. Special attention given to Surgery and theto ttmUmentof PetHatoUlaeasea bavlugbad eight xehn'experleiiee. OPTOOK—At realdenee, eorner ot Pogrth Ave •MS.aml OeemOhlHieet, Wortldiigtoa, :MJnnes. ^8?.': 'tK, V* :•.. asa o. MOOHE, rtTMGIAN A N SUUGBON, Gradua...

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 April 1876

OF THE NEWS. SeaescVNot to Betarn. s, Regarding the reports in circulation that the Resident oontemjiates sending Qtn «wal Sdhsnek back to LondonM nunlttor, il the investigation into the'Emm* Mine leaalts in hit Tindieition, it it now stated authorita tivoly that they are not trne, end that no nutter what the committee mejr decide in re gard to general Sehenek, he will notagain w torn to his late post. The president is full/ eonvineed of General Sehenck's innocence of the grate ehsrges Drought against him, and is anxious that he shall he vindieated,and re turn to his home with his integrity nnim p*ached, and therefore has delayed making a further nomination to the English mission until the intestigation is brought to a close. The report of the committee will undoubted ly censure GeneralSehenek for his "indiscre tion and impropriety" in permitting hisname to be used in connection with the mine,' but at the same time the entire committee is re ported, on trustworthy authority, to be f...

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. — 4 May 1876

&if VOLUMR FT. THE FIRESIDE. THE ETE»Y-1)AY DARUN(J. /«»/-». a. She te neither a beauty nor aenius. And no one would call her wise: In a crowd of other women She wonldiiimw no stranger's eyea Even we who lore her are pouted To where htr preeiouanett lice She is jwt an every-day darling In that her pre4fou»neas liw She is sorry wheii others are sorrr. 8o sweetly, one likes to be sad And if people aroand her are merry. She is almost{ladder than clad. Her sympathy if the swiftest. The truest a heart ever had She is just an every-day darling, TlvdeArertthatheaitseTerVa. -, Her hands arejo'white and little. It seems ai ii it were wrong They should ever work for a moment, And yet they arequick and strong. If any dear oneneeds helping. She will work the whole day long The precious every-day darling, Every day and all day long. Sheis loyal as knights were loyal, In the days when no knights lied. And for sake ot love orfof honor, If it need be, a true knight died But she dreams not she i...

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. — 4 May 1876

!.K Wiriluutm J^aua. ms $«•» a $ 1 0 0 S S A A 4 W76 JtEPUSLICAX 8TAT$ CONVENTION. A S a on of a in he an a of in a is by a a S I A in S A at 12 W E N E S A A 24 1876, or he of a in in in a on a E to a of iv E to to be by he a at he id a E a a so to, a (10) an a of in a I ii an N a a on is a to on he 14t a of a to a a in a a me re he a on in a id on a or a a or a a a a or a a or a on of at a or a A it or at a a MOM- .. O of he it A a a E to of N I a on I W in to ii BA TPRDA Y, MA 2 0 7 7 1*76, A in or he of in a a id I he S a on to in S 1'au 2 4 a of a 1876 a a so to a to a id it in he a for or a or a on of ca" or S. or or at he a a S A E N S an S a a it [IVoble I it a RKPVUHQAN COUNTY COS VENT10N. N I by iv at he an a is on to be at O a a he J2tli a of 1870. a is of a on be a or a a to a he a a a to in sniil lie it a on as fol- W in to a 6 a a 2 2 a 3 a in 1 O 2 I an a S I Terse 2 2 E 2 a 'A S it a 2 it 2 a am a 3 S a 'A AVe feel a lively interest in anything of this kind, and say ...

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. — 4 May 1876

& K. punusitin Mrlfn.r AT"* WORTHINGTON, NOBLES COUNT^, MINN~ ADVERTISING RATES. Tin *r°°' months, #1.00 inches 3 weeks, 5.011. Five inel.es" 6.W, lfcQO Social rates given for larger advertlseincnts- Legal advertisements to be paid for before affl. dav it Is given. ORANGE REGISTER. IlEGl'LAK MBRT1NQS. WorthliigtonGiange—Second and Fourth Sat urdays in ifii month, at o'clock. Hersey—Mist and Third Saturdays. Urahaiw Lakes— ceond and 4th Wednesdays. A SONIO KEr.UL.Vll, COMMUNICATIONHof Frateml- ty l«odge TMvloi A. F. & A. M. at Masonic Hall In Worthliiutnu on tlte 1st and 3d Mondays in eaeh month. ,., M.B.SOUM!, AV.-.M.'. a. Ed. Cii VNDI I:K, Sec. In each inonMi. 11tKGULA CON O A TlONHof Living Arch Chap tcr. No. 2*, It.-. \.~. •. at Ma some, on the 4th Monday A. 0. RotHS-JON, M. On VNDI I:K. Sec. S. K.- H.-.P'. AUJiir.iL AXJ) DEPARTUREOF MAILS a Hill 1.3. rastern (d d*0 Southern \Vesteiu—Lu Vcincaud Sioux Falls, Wednesdivs mil Saturdays, Kpiut Lake Mondays Sevvaid, SiUid ivs,...

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. — 4 May 1876

*}.» RECORD OF THE NEWS. The French Tribute to liberty. The Franco*American Union of Parii nude a great tmooegs of a recentfeeUral for raising moneyforftstatute to liberty which it proposed to erect in New York harbor. The audience was a moat brilliant one, com posed of the elite ofPariaian sooietr. An opera company and grand orcheatra executed aereral selections, and a picked corps of six hundred singera joined in the performance ol a cantata entitled "Liberty enlightening the world." 11. Labonlayedeliveredaneloquent address, in which he said. "The proposed monument symbolises American freedom, which beams peace andenlightenmentevery where. It will be aneternalmonument ofthe friendship of France and America, ever call ing to mind the names of Washington and Lafayette, and the union of freepeoples who -formerly united to found independence and now unite to cement fraternity." More Conventions. The Republican convention of Mas* sachusetts resumed in the election of five delegates to ...

Publication Title: Worthington Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Worthington advance. — 11 May 1876

VOLUME IV. I THE TOK31DE. WHI W TH (^fSqOVK HOME. When klingle, i" Way down ih^dosKy/ainnie, TteoowiarcooiiihWhome Theairy tinkling* --r—r Like ctlinings IroL Or pattering* ofan A COIIW M^TIIM«Ki shower grow: That nukes the-Jiies ***Hngt Ko-lang,] colInjUUngje. Way down the dai kenfig dingle, The eows oome slo rlr hlnne (And old-timefriendsfadtwilight plays, And starry nlghtt-aSd aunny days, trooping np thetoistrWt. When the cows tatn ta^me.) With jingle, jangle,Jingle, Soit tones that-sweeOymingle, The cows are tomiafhome: Peart ateflorM, OeCamp, Bedrose andttretchenSehell. Queen Bess and Sylph, and Spangled Sue, Across thefields1 hear her "Ico-oo" And clang her silver bell fin-ling, Go-lang, golingledingle, With faint, far sounds that mingle, The cows come slowly home (And mother-songs a*t long-gone years. And baby-joys and childish fears, And youthful hopes and youthful tears, When the cows come home.) Withringle, rangle, ringle, With twos and threes and single, The cows are comi...

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. — 11 May 1876

Wflrttottgten $fom*. Tsrms $«.« Year, $x.oo for Six Months. THURSDAY. MAY 11,1876. RBPVBL1CAN COUNTY CONVENTION. Notice Is hereby given that the Republican Hectors of Nobles county, will meet in delegate convention In Worthlngton, on SATURDAY, MAY20TH, 1976, At two o'clock, p. m., for the purpose of choos Ing two delegates to represent said county in the BUte convention to be held iu St Paul on the 34th day of May, 1876 and also to choose two delegates to represent said county in the First Congressional District convention to be held at Owatonna on the 12th day of July, 1876. The basis of representation will be one dele gate for eaeh organized township, and one dele gate for every ten votes or major fraction there of cast for Hon. J. S. Plllsbury for Governor at the last general election. The village and several townships in said •ounty will be entitled to representation as fol lows: Worthlngton Villago 6 Grand Vrairlo .. Township Dewald Lorain 1 Olney Indian Lake 3 Hereoy Bigelow 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. — 11 May 1876

W«rtUingt0» j^Awm. TUBMSflBD WERKLT, AT WORTHINGTON, NOBLES COUNTY, MINN. Terms Two Dollars per year, tnvartsihiv in vance. All orders winVcceivA»roK ADVERTISING RATES. We'AS^ Fiv» Inches,« 6 .0rf, wioo Special raites given for larger advertisements E f"st week 10cjnts a line sub sequent InsertOiis scents a line each week. Transient advertisements paid In advance. jeany advertisements to \e paid quarterly. legal advertisements to be paid lor before affi davit Is given. GRANGE REGISTER. ItEGULAK MKET1NGS. WortliiiiKton firange-Second and Fourth Sat urdays in each month, at 11 o'clock. Horsey—First add Third Saturdays. Oiahani Lakes—'econd and -1th Wednesdays. A S O N I IVKtG ULAlt COMMUNICATIONS of Fraternl Loige, No. 101, A. & A. M. at Masonic ~. Hall lit Wortliington on the 1st and 3d Mondays In each mouth. In eacli month. M. B. SOULE, W.\ M.\ S. Ed. CHANDLER, See. REGULAR CONVO A TlONSof Living Arch Chap ter, No. 28, It.-. A.\ M.\ at Ma sonic Hall on the 4th Monday A. C. ROBIN...

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. — 11 May 1876

I! THE RECORD OF NEWS. Political, P«rtoaai and Foreign Do and Gossip. President Grout Says No. The President has sent to the House a message declining to furnish information "whether any executive acts or duitcs, and i» any what, have been performed at a dis tance from the seat of government." He says he, as have all his predecessors, excepting two, has been in the habit of absenting him self *t times from the seat of government, and during those absences he did not neglect or forego the duties and obligations of his office, but he denies the authority of the House to require of the executive, a co-ordinate and in dependent branch of the government, an ac count'of his discharge ol his appropriate acts and duties, either as to when, where, or how performed. He also cited facts to show that Washington was absent from the seat of gov ernment during his term, 381 days, and per formed many important executive acts while absent John Adams was about 385 days Jefferson, 796 days John Q. Ada...

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. — 18 May 1876

*%3»** •"ST*'*' VOLUME IV. 1776/- 1876, The One Hundredth Birthday of the Unttad States. Opening of the Great EiMWttoa in PhHridelphU., Views and Dasdriptions of BuiLliu^s, and Grounds. ha The gr.in I opening of the Centeuuial Exposition ut Philadelphia, took place on Wednesday, May 10th. Over ONE HUNDRED AND NIN^TY-OXi: THOUSAND KIVK HODM-D people, it is said were in at tendance, including the President and members of Congress, and the govern ors of nearly «n the States in the Union. The inauguration exercises consisted of the playing of Wagner*g Centennial March by Theodore Thomas' orchestra an eloquent and impress ive prayer by Bishop Simpson and the singing of Whittier's Centennial Hymn and Lanier's Cantata by a full chorus. The exhibition was then presented to the President of the United States by President Hawley, of the managers, and President Grant responle.1 iu brief and well-chosen terms, referring to the importance of the exhibition and the greatness of the events it comm...

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. — 18 May 1876

^riluttfltou 4 Aw Terms $a.co a Year, $1.00forSix Months. THURSDAY, MAY 13, 187* REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION. Notice is hereby given that the Keiiubllcan Electors ol Nobles county, will meet In delegate convention in Worthlngton, on 8A TURD A Y, MA Y2DTH, 1876, At two o'clock, p. in., for tlie purpose of choos ing two delegates to represent said county In the State convention to be held In St. Paul on the 24th day of May, 1876 and also to choose two delegates to represent said county In the First Congressional District convention to be held at Owatonna on the 12th day of July, 1870. The basis of representation will be one dele gate for each organized township, and one dele gate for every ten votes or major fraction there of eatt for Hon. J. 8. rillsbury for Governor at the last general election. The village and several townships In said eounty will bo entitled to representation as fol lows: Worthlngton Village Grand Pralrlo Township 1 Dewald Lorain 1 Olney Indian Lake 3 Hensey Rige...

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. — 18 May 1876

PUnusiIBD WEBKLT, AT WORTHINGTON, NOBLES COUNTY, MINN. .»TT11,ATi^P0,,a7..pcr'Piir' Invariably In ad vance. All orders will receive prompt attention. CTMitniiiileatiaaiH intended for publication must »lLJ,.?SV,,I,H,,le,l rea iLmrtiyJ?Ls!publicationa,,tyof"«»»«*1••»»«• addiew or *'?.'f,,:if 8KM lalth-not nec- essaril for ADVERTISIN RATES. One Inch three weeks •2.00, three months, *4.00 Three Indies 3 weeks, h.(ti 8.00 Five inches," 6.00, 10.00 Special rates given for larger advertisements Special notices, first week 10 cents a line sub. MMiient insertions 5 cents a line each week. Transient advertisements paid In advance. earlv advertisements to be paid quarterly. Legal advertisements to be paid for before affi davit is given. GItAXGE REGISTER. UKGri.An MEETINGS. Woithington Grange—Second and Fourth Sat urdays in MCII month, atllo'clock. HeiHcy—First and Third Saturday*. Graham Lakes—econd and 4th Wednesdays. A S O N I RGIJLAR COMMUNICATIONS of Fratenil ty Lodge, No. 101, A. F. &...

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. — 18 May 1876

THE RECORD OF NEWS. 'Political, Personal and Foreign Do ings and Gossip. Highway Robbery in Texas. 5 Two stages from San Antonio to Kingsbury were stopped ana the passengers robbed near Sagam, a few days since. One of the robbers rode along side of the coach and inquired of the driver .f he had noticed man on a sorrel horse pass. He took a good look at the coach and passengers. Soon after three masked men, armed with repeating rifles and mounted, advanced from each aide of the road, ordered the passengers to alight Irom both stages, give up their weapons tfrst, and then all their money. They allowed the passengers to retain their watches and jewelry. The robbers cut open the mail bag* and robbed the mails. The passengers state that the robbers secured about 9600 in cur rency, lour revolvers, two Spencer rifles, which were in cases, besides the mail matter. There were lour men among the passengers armed with revolvers on both coaches, who didn't fire on the robbers. Beccuer vs. Boweu...

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. — 25 May 1876

VOLUME IV. ONLY TO KNOW. ESIILIE LILIAN WJHTINO. 0,jly to know, only to know, How the daisies bloom and the grasses erow On the sunny slope of the distant height. Bathed in the spring time's misty light. Where the rosy glow ol the sunset fir Hings asoltenedshade thro' the purple air. How the ivies twine and the grasses grow. How fair we the hills in their sunset glow. Only toJeel the mosses deep.1 Cool andg The Doctor nodded. "Well, now, l*ve always maintained that if there was one redeeming point about this precious island that point was the absence of snakes. Another illusion destroyed. Mauritius, I give thee up!" "But. Blogg, one snake can't make a colony, you know." "I don't know. I'd believe anything about snakes." "The species is very venomous. I've heard, Doctor." squeaked in a shrill treble the assistant surgeon, who was au earnest young man and ardently de voted to his profession. He had a neivous cough and wore spectacles. "I believe you. You should have seen the creole at...

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. — 25 May 1876

1 S §§W, .*u*K''n "'Xi h^» JJ x,1**seg»,3«a**ffls*rt*s*,- WoriHingtott ^draiw. Terms $»•©»• Year, $1.00 for Six Months. THURSDAY. MAY 25. 1876. HON. M. H. DUNNELL. It will be seen by the report of theon County Convention, published else where, that the delegates from this county were instructed to cast the vote of the countyX°r Hon. M. II. Dunnell. However inharmonious the Convention may have been upon other points, there was very general agreement upon this. Mr. Dunnell has (if any one has led)ley. been the leading member from our State, and he has developed, it seems, an especial aptitude for attending to the wants of his frontier, prairie con stituency. He has, moreover^ a re-coal markable knack of getting measures through for the relief or the advance ment of the people.whom he represents. Mr. Dunnell is not as pronounced upon some of the greater moral issues as we could like, but he is a high-minded, honorable Christian gentleman with a private character above reproach and a po...

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. — 25 May 1876

PUBMSIIBD WCBKLT, AT WOBTHINGTON, NOBLES COUNTY MINN A E I S I N A E S I ,» Special rate* given for larger advertisements. ••aSS"*.'?T 1 0 cents a line each week. vESShr!1!1 aly,er«seinents paid In advance. S to be paid quarterly. iv 0 ta a to GRANGE REGISTER. REGULAR SIBETINOS. «.^ilortVlMKt'V* Q»»»B*-*eon« and Fourth Sat urday* In«w\\ month, atllo'clock. llersey-First and Third Satuidays. Graham Lakes—ecoml and 4th Wei KfYL Wednesdays. A S O N I O N I A TIONHo Fraternl- ty Lodge, No. loi, A F. & A. M. at Masonic ^V& .^ Hall in Worthington on the 1st and 3d Mondays in each month. B. SOUI.E, W. M.% S. Ed. CIIANDI.KH, Sec. KKGULAlt CONVOCA- W^PURSiF TJONSof Living Aieh Cliap- W vjm^ sonic Hall on the 4th Monday In each month. A. C. lionixso.v, M.\ E. S. R. CIIVVDI.KV Sec II Eastern (daily) Southern Western—Ln Verne and Sioux Falls, rucsdays, and Frld lys Spirit Like, Tuesdays Seward, Saturdays, [30tl ARRIVAL AXD DEPARTURE OF MAILS AltUUES. Kastem (daily) 1218 a.m. .Southern 1...

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. — 25 May 1876

/t if •w, Sir tU'SZ ilk THE RECORD OF NEWS. Political, Personal and Foreign Do ings and Gossip, The Cabinet Divided on the Louisiana Ques tion' A correspondent of the Inter-Ocean, writing from Washington my*: "TheAttor ney General is not disposed to accept the opinion that troops are necessary to prevent negro murders, and complains that it has be come so common to use the Federal authority to perform the functions oi State militia and police that the people of the South think they are justified in asking for troops every time there is a bar-room riot. Mr. Pierre pont is not satisfied with the decision of the Cabinet which resulted in (tenets. Augur's orders, and thinks it will be reconsidered. Secretary Bristow and Postmaster General Jewell agree with Pierrepont in this matter, and Secretaries Fish, Chandler, Robeson, and Taft, with the President. Senator Morton and other,1 Republicans in the Senate and House who have made the Southern question a study ore not satisfied with Pierre...

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. — 1 June 1876

VOLUME IV. DE'SP£RIENCE OB 1E REBTUAD QUAKO STRONG. Swing dat gatewide, Tostle Peter, Ring de big bell, beat de gong. Saints an' martyrs den will meet dair Brubber, Reb'rend Quako Strong. Sound that bogle. Angel Qabrial. Tell de elders, loud an* long, "Glair out dem high seats of Heaben, Here conies Reb'rend Quako Strong." Turn de guard out, General Michael, Anns present de line along Let the band play "Conkerin' Hero." For de Reb'rend Quako Strong. Den let Moses bring de crown, an' Palms an' weddin' gown along Wid percession to be landin' Here's the Reb'rend Quako Strong. Tune your harp-strings tight, King David, Sing yoUr good ttbVHuiioWWMg, Let de seraphs dance wid cymbals 'Bonn' Reb'rend Quako Strong. Joseph, march down wid yer bredderen, Tribes an* banners musterin' strong Speech ob welcome from ole Abr'am, Answer, Reb'rend Quako Strong. Angles, hearme yell Hosanner! Hear my dnlcem sperritool song Halleluyer! I'm a-comin' I I'm die Reb'rend Quako Strong. Make dat white robe rud...

Publication Title: Worthington Advance, The
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