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

'f%^f^t^'! 1 5 6 is if 1,1 is,. Jg^^S^T 1 11 I MJ 3 1 I ",v* ""TSf^*^ ^«X -g^f^*-^ 5Htarthittgto» Ttn *.oo Ye«r, $ for Six l«th. 1—MU^JI, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 23, II Tlie New Ymk 1Mn\d f&ns *v Tilden's majority of the popul vote at over a quarter of a million. The majoiities for Hayes in the Northern States are about 808,000--for~ Tilden, 50,413—Hayes majority over TJIdeli ntore than a quarterof a million. "TW^risHitf of the election is-not1 known yet. South Carolina has been returned for Hayes, but Louisiana and Florida are still uncounted. The chan ces are that one of these States will be counted for Tilden. In case Tilden should be inaugurated the movement of the confederates on the offices at Washington will remind us of the rebel cavalry coming dawn on Breitmann and his force in the church. They will probably raise the same shout to the clerks in all the departments: File oat of that, 7011 Feds For we una at" a cumtn' For to guv to you tins fits, And knock you into brimstun, ...

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 November 1876

yOBL18H«P WSBBXT, AT WORTHINGTON, NOBLES COUNTY. Mlfllf. Terms Two pollars per year, Invariably In ad. vance. All order* win*recelve prompt attention: safiftsaasB*- »«R ADVURTISmQ RATES.'*•* Fiveinches," 6.«?, S Special rates given for larger advertisement* Special notices, first week 10omits a Hue: sub sequent Insert onv5 cents a line each week. lansicnt advertisements paid In advance Yearly advertisements to be paidquarterly. davl??s SSS 8 1 0 p*ld f«r A KoniNSON, E. S. E CiliNOMtit, Sec. Attornri/a and CounseUws-At-Lmr, WORTH 1XGTON, MINN. Will attend to any lnr-iniss pertaining to their piofesMon. [4 47ly B. N. CARRIER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND CLERK OF DIST. COURT. All businessleft with him will re-eive prompt attention, Ofllce on 9th Stieet opposite the l'aik. [2 271v. Attorney-at-Law, LAND AND COLLECTION AGENT LuVEKNE [.1-47 1. t^jd »«•.} «fcwi* GRANGE REGISTER, REGULAR MEETINGS. Worthington Grange-Second and Fourth Sat unlays in eirli month, at 11 o'clock. Hersey-Flwt and Third ...

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 November 1876

flws •"Crv 11 I Pi RECORD OF THE VEWP. PdhioaLPoriondudForagu Do ingt and Qotnp. Th« Itadira Tlaes o» the Threatened War. The London Times has a strong pro fiaMUn leads* on tbt CMtern question. It first notices the slow vrogrtm toward an agreemrnt about tha eeofcrenoe, and ita bails of facta, which are clearly not promising ft* Ita MMOSBS, tat declare! that the worat symp tomia adiapoaitionto preaerfbe before hand tomWiffni incompatible with the ideaof ne gotiation and compromiae. It citea aa thus inoonaiatentwith the idea of the eonferenee the atipolation that there moat be no limita tion ot the anltan'a sovereign will, but those who labor for peace, it aaya, will not leae heart baoansa the proapeet is not perfectly clear. The Times eondemathe paat Britiah policy, and says: "If Aoatria and Great Britain had known their intereat laat year they would hare arrrated any extension of this dlflcoltv by promoting what waa then a eouparatively easy aettlement." Itthenpro eaeds'to Ibrecaat ...

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 November 1876

VOL. V. & 1 ,Y ur n,suc 1 a and a cheese iactory successful operation. \S^S^mu^TAv^Bnn9^dlmafP' E W I I Stock JJrowing. Railroads. 8 0 R°« *n$ Sjoux Falls Railroad extends westward to Lu Veraeimd willsoon be ™Kted fo Tbwwa tt»d Villages. *£SIJSi^ »iationi,v«: Worthing- H^rto^ow the comity scat, and is a thriving town, drawina trad* from nf «ii* •n*w««ui a.ndJ 1 \ft°f'V1,: firthodSS ™ngthStl^^^^ S a hS»Cn¥f?wuit*(}KSSaJaiter» ithe W »h2i?*JJfu5a*,4*wMJf*«wrfJrV S'aveL boulders, ice and wate^iBnm abundance lo the town to sa cto a Jard9 mert markefs, livery stables, rented b?thrIf^S„ „T? W tw EE2ff«7i.SET JWIcla"8t two dentists, and four lawyeraTThere arefivechurch orgai£ nfP9 •&. Conffegational, of ITZT* V6*^ We know ol no place in the west where an investment in town lots will pay better »kfi?JJ^Wi8Ta thriving village located some ten miles south-west of Worthington near «„V«W»L!nr\ a.rai^oad a The ted in a beautiful and fertile region, and has a promising luture beiore it Na...

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 November 1876

j«sw&**vv v*~ »1: "V-4 **I •& iffkr. ^%£$HmWivT Wartbittgtaw 34vimr, Ttnnt $t.oo Year, $x.ooforSix Months. THURSDAY, NOVIMBE* 20,107& No mult yet. Florida and Louisiana •till uncounted. Slsewhere we publish the statements Of the attorneys in the action brought by Miller, Hnmiston & Co., against C. Z. Sutton and Daniel Rohrer, for tres pass in removing Prof. Humlston's furniture from the Colony Office, in which action damage to the amount of $1,000 is claimed. The statement of the defendants appears to be the long promised and expected statement from the Trustees of the M. Church, and we giye tlieai the full benefit of our circulation, agreeably to the ADVANCE ptliey of giving all parties a hearimj. The attorneys for the plaintiffs, con sidering that the statement of the de fence is contradictory and a sham, and In one part intended as a slur, have filed a motion to have a portion of the •newer of the defendants stricken out, which we also give. THE TtJLEDO BLADE. Els...

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 November 1876

rUtlMSm WBBKLT, AT vYORTHINQTON, NOBLES COUNTY, MttM. **nee\_A,J ••wruwliijrecelte promrt attention ADVERTISING RATES rive Inches," «.«?, ,J Special rates given for larger advertlsements Special notices,firstweek 10emits a line sub sequent Insertion*. 1 centsa Hneraeh, Jal* davlfls gRS?^ to be paid for before affl. GRANGE REGISTER. ItlOCLAR MKBTlfaa. Worthington Grange-Second and Fourth Sat •rdays In ten month, at 11 o'clock. llersey-Flrstaiid Third 8attirdays. Graham Lakes—ecoud and 4th We« Wednesdays. A S O N I tjr N a ,A ™,* A & & A .'.M- Masonic SgMfc. Hall In Worthington on the t-*s«ifc=w.aff lit and 3d Mondays lu each month. M. B. Som.a, W.-. M.-. & Ed. CHANDI.SK, see. REGULAR CONV OCA- •SKSWKSftffiR A C. ROBiifSOX, ML\ E.'. II.\P.\ 9. K. CMAIDLKIC, See. [aot] ARRIVAL AND DEPARTUREOF MAILS AKMVES. Eastern (daily) 1218.-urn. .Southern 1 50 a. WeUern-Lu Verne and Sioux Fall*. 5 Spirit Lake Mond.ns 6 Seward, Saturdays, 10 a. in! DEPARTS. Eastern (dally) 1 SO a. m. Sou...

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 November 1876

i^^fe^i"' if RECORD OF THE NEWS PoHtibal. Personal and Foragn Do ing! and Gossip./ fjT The Indian War. In tola annual report,'after giving a detailed history concerning the late expedi tion against them and death of Custer with his command, Ac General Sherman •ayi Colonel Haien, of the sixth infan try, commanding at Fort Buiord, has started up the Missouri river for Fort Peck with four companies of his regiment, the Sixth infan try, to head off Sitting Bull, who is reported by surrendered chiefs to hare stepped out with thirty lodges of his own special follow ers during the retreat down BadRoute creek, and to hare resumed his course for FortPeck cr the British possessions. Colonel Miles reports his purpose to be to replenish his supplies, to turn north and follow this last, desperate bend to the death. General Crook organised anew column at Fort Fetterman with which he left on the 87th against the fraction ol hostile Sioux under Crazy Horse. General Sheridan in his last dispatch on ...

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 December 1876

VOLV. 150,000 Acres bfland for Sate onLong Time and Small Pay ments, by the NATIONAL COLONY •i •8 S ^A O A O A The National Colony. The nation** ooiony is located in Southwestern Minnesota and Northwestern low*. It com pi ise* twelve township* of land Nobles county, Minnesota, and three and one hah town jihip* in Osceola county, Iowa, the land being undulating prairie, wateied by streams *i lakes, and having a soil ol sandy loam irom two to tour leetin depth. There are twentv toiimliir«ollandinKobleBmmirty,Kpfl it is admitted on all handsthat this county lies the very heart of what is called the "CREAM OF THZ PRAIRIES." Southwestern Minnesota I general consent, long since took the name oi the "GARDES O? THE STA"TK." Lakes. Titr.~eM -Mnefiity lakes, great and pniall, Noble* county. The principal ones are lakes Okabt pa, Ocheeda, Indian Lake, and Graham Lake* Within a radiu3 of eight miles •i ortujn gtou there &re over twenty -four miles of lake {rant Stock Growing. The numerous l...

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 December 1876

fr syjrssssrasK' E» iaBe:*-*?a»«. -i.il Terms $3.00 a Year, $1.00 for Six Months. THUBSDAy. JMBCEMBER 7,187«." HATES ELECTED. The latest dispatches announce tb#£ Louisiana has been returned for Hayes by 3,000 and Florida by 930 majority. There will no doubt be attempts made to contest the matter in some way, but Rutherford B. Hayes will be our next President. r_^-r The President's Message will be Jiere to-day or to-morrow in the form of a supplement, and we will promptly dis tribute it to our readers. According to the correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial, the uncon tested, parishes in Louisiana give about 7,000 majority for Hayes. Counting in the contested parishes, Tilden has a majority of some 12,000. Congress met on Monday. I the Senate a resolution was introduced looking to an amendment to the con stitution, having reference, we suppose, to settling such questions as have grown out of the closeness of the elec tion. We hope this will be done. The House organized by electin...

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 December 1876

PUBMSHBDWMKLT, AT n'ORTHINGTON. NOBLES COtifTY. MINN? Term* Two I)bluu4W year. Invariant* h» .JT trance. A1 orders w»l recel^promrt A S Communications Intended forTiWIcatlonmSSt be accompanied by the real name andladdreM the wiIter asaguaianty of irood,Sr-iStii_.n«?»ec-- esiarlly for pubflWlon. „-. W I a ADVEHTISING RATES. One inch three weeks, $2.00, three inmith* ti on Three Inches S weeks! &.«£ !""»». *t.00 Five Inches," .o8 jgjjj 6 Special rates given for larger advertisements Special notice*,firstweek 10 emt* a line sun. sequent insertions 5 cents a line eachweek' transient advertisements paid In .^vance Yearly advertisements to be pVudqnarterlv daVlfliSVe" S S ^W 'oTSetofiW GRANGE REGISTER. MOUI.AR MEETINGS. Worthington Grange-Second and: Fourth Sat urdays In each month, at 11 o'clock. Mersey—First and Thlid Saturdays. Graham Lakes—second and 4th Wednesdays. A S O N I R^?Lod« N^OT^FONSo I Fraterni- No* 1Si,A5 FA,*A.-,M- Masonic Hall in Wortiiington on the 1st and 3d Monday...

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 December 1876

I4*"*1 ftf m* mstx, WA., RECORD OF THIS NEW?. Political, Personal and Foreign Do ings and Gossip. The Earopean Situation. Peach correspondence of the Timet telegraphs: "I hear from The London Bucharest that all hopes of peaee have been relinquished there. ThetradeisataatandatUl and failarea are numerous. Finandeia say otders are known to be on hand for the trans mission ol further larger amounts of gold to Germanyand America. An order has been receired at Portsmouth dock yard lor the dis charge of 600 laborers. A redaction ol the working force in the yard is not unusual, at this time of the the year, but thatthe govern ment is able to make it now implies the ne cessity for the recently reported activity In naval preparations is abating. The Vienna correspondence of The Times says in a circu lar dispatch toher embassadors Russia does not claim the right to alone occupy the Turk ish territory. She wishesthe other powers to take part. II they refuse she will take the ex ecution in her ...

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 December 1876

VOL B"es. sent 150,000 Acres of Land for Bale onLong Time and Small Pay ment^ by the NATIONAL COLONY A O A The National Colony* The nations, eoiony is iocated in Southwestern Minnesota and Northwestern Iowa. Itcom l. c* t« elve townships of land in Nobles county, Minnesota, and three and one half town Osceola county, Iowa, the land being undulating prairie, watered by streams and rs, s.ml having a soil of sandy loam irom two to four feet in depth. There areitwentv n!.i of land Nobles county, and it is admitted on all handathat thla county lies in rv hmrt ot what Vt called the "CREAM OF TUB PRAIRIES." Southwestern Minnesota, br ri, 1 consent, long since took the name oi the "GARDE* OF THE STAIB." Lakes. TMPion.oM,melilty lakes, great and small, in Nobles county. The principal ones are kai*Mia, Ochecda, Indian Lake, and Graham Lakes. Within a radios of eieht miles .t Wortlungton there are oyer twenty-four miles oflake front. Slock Growing. T'i* !iu:,n M- I at«l Hie luxuriant grasses o...

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 December 1876

Worthittflton guflratu*. Terms $9.00 Year, $1.00 for Six Months. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 187ft. On our outside will be found an ac count of the burning of the Brooklyn theatre, by which 271 lives were lost. We shall have the usual newspaper de mand for remodeling the theatres, the usual public indignation and horror lasting a few days, and the theatres will go on as before without remodel' tag. But States and cities ought to see to it that these horrible man traps are suppressed. Theatres can be con structed, like the ancient nmpithratres, on tlie ground floor, and with ample means of egress. The old Smith & Nixon's hall, in Cincinnati, with an entrance as wide as the building, could have been emptied in one minute, in ease of fire. THE SITU A 'l ION. As stated last week, the three States of Louisiana., Florida and Soutli Caro lina, were returned for Hayes. But in each of these States Democratic elec tors met and cast the votes of the States tor Tilden. In Oregon, the Governor ga...

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 December 1876

PURLISnBD WKEKLT, AT H0BTIIINGTON, NOBLES COUNTY, MINN. Terms Two Dollar* per year, invariably In ad- Wiiee. Al orders will receive prompt attention *caS A E I S I N A E S rivt inches" 6.00, jjjg Special rates given for larger advertisements Special notices, first week 10 c«jnts a line: sub leqttant Insertloin cents a line each week. Tiansient advertisements paid in advance. Yearly advertisements to be paid quarterly. Legal advertisements to be paid for before: davit is given. afll GRANGE REGISTER. RZGULAK MEETINGS. Worthlngtoii Orange-Second and Fourth Sat unlays in each month, at 11 o'clock. Jleisey—First and Third Saturdays Graham LaKes—-'ccoud and 4th Wednesdays. A S O N I KGULAtt COMMUNICATIONS or Fraterni ty Lodg*. No. 101, A. F.ftA M. at Mwonlc "«fc Hallln Woithington on the 1st and 3d Mondays in each month. S. Ed. CiiANni.Bit, Sec. Sgsi^Vgfi *W&FVVTO« W /•. TW, REGULAR CONVOCA- N 28i A A.-. M.\ at Ma 8o,ll01IjU1 on the 4tll a In each month. KoniNSOJf, M.\ E.\ II.\P.\ S. ...

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 December 1876

nh-fe*v », RECORD OF THE NEWS. Political, Personal and Foreign Do ings andGossip. Orer Three Haodred lives Lost In a Brook Tire. Brooklyn theatre took fire on the night of the 6th, and was burned down, burn ing upward of 300 persons in the rains. The story of the disaster was one of the most hor rible at modern times. Just above the land ing place of the stairway a woman, in the crash, had her foot pinched between the ban isters and fell. Thecrowdbehind, forced tor ward by the terrified people still behind, fell orer her and piled on top oi [each other four or five deep. The police from the station house next door were promptly at hand, tut owing to the manner in which people were piled on top of each other and mused togeth er, could extricate convparitively few, and these were all braised bleeding and maimed. Kate Clazton, at the preliminary inquiry of the fire marshal, said: At the beginning oi 'the last act, just as the curtain went up, I heard a rumbling noise on the stage, 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. — 21 December 1876

the count"It seat ?emnlar S to^^ASSf^^*?1**or Tho advantage*}Ofthli leglea am' markets, and heaithfiaetotate:, sv nd noague, no conaiimanosi, no It 150,000 Acres land for We onLong Time and Sin$U Pay. mente.by the "?V NATIONAL COLONY TVte National Colony. The nation** coiony la located in Southwestern Minnesota and Northwestern Iowa. Itcom prises twelve townships of land in Nobles county, Minnesota, and three and ont hall town- the very heart Ot What is called th«'"CRSAK o» *us f^ana'." SoutWeetern Mm" J«otLS by general consent, long since took the name oi the "GABDBS OF THE STATB." Lakes. There are- some fifty lakes, great and small, in Nobles county. The pnnupal ones are Lakes Okabena, Ocheeda, Indian Lake, and Graham Lakes Within a radius of eight miles af Worthmgton there are over twenty-lour miles oi lake front Stock Growing. The numerous lakes and the luxuriant grasses of this region adapt it to stock-growing in an eminent degree, and a number ofsettlers are arranging toengage...

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 December 1876

p** •iHi W?s I £XX==S sc^iT^^^^^T^sr^Jss^'^ssT^mf'ivvrrH :.-z$miM Watrtbington IMrawfc $•40 Year, $1.00 for Six Months. THURSDAY. DECEMBEB-21, 187&' -, A writer in the Farmers Union advo cates clean seed wheat, and says: We bare already heard this winter of farm MB of foreign birth, in Goodhite eoiinty, letting tlieir whole families at work to hand pick their seed wheat. THE UPSHOT. We are daily asked what is to be the result of the election controversey? Our opinion is that the President of the Senate will refuse to count the Til den returns from Louisiana, Florida, 8011th Carolina mA Oregon. That he will announce'the electoral vote as giving ftmajority for Hayes, and that Grant will see that Hayes is inaugu rated. We shall do our readers a favor by calling their attention to the prospec tus of the Pioneer Press, printed in an other column. Since consolidating the two old and favorite newspapers of St. Paul and the only morning journal pub lished in Minneapolis, the Pioneer Pre...

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 December 1876

.Wtttttnrtati §^Mtojfc PUBLISHED WEEKLY, A.T' WORTHINGTON, NOBLES COUNTY, MINN, Terms Two Dollars ppr year, Invarlabivln\A wnce. All outers will receive promSirtSStiSft' }$SgUiSK&g^_g00d ADVBRTISINCr RATBsi One Inch three weeks,jiioo,' Special notices, first week 10 csnta a Hue• *»h. wyient insert ons 5 cents a line eicli week' Transient advertisements paid lYi advene* Yearly advertisements to \*paid qnarteriv GRANGE REGISTER. UEGULAB MEETINGS. Worthington Grange—Second and Fourth Sat urdays in each month, at 11 n'clm*. llcrscy—First and Third Sat» day*. Uiaham Lakes— econd anMlh Wednesdays. A S O N I O REGULAR,COMMUNICATIONS.oat In each month. u*, A. C. ROIMNSOS, M.\ E. 9. E. CIUNDLEU, Sec. Eastern (daily) Southern Western—Lu Verne and Sloiix Falls, Spirit Lake, Tuesdays. Seward. Saturdays. BMORY CI.AUK. M. B. SOULE Clarke & Soule, Attorneys and Counsellors-At-Laic, WOllTIIlNGTON, MINX. Will attend loar.y lui-incss peita'ii'mg to their profession. [4471y B. N. CARRIER, ATTO...

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 December 1876

I I iLzi? &4V tr- .1$ g=._ RECOBD OP THE NEWS. foUtietl, Personal and Foreign Do ings andQosaip. Both Sldce Claimed the Victory* The Democratic National Committee hM issued the fallowing address: "To the People of the United States: The National Praworatio Committee announce «a the re sult of the Piesidential election held on the 7th ot November, the election of Samuel J. Tilden, New York, asPresident, and Thos. A. Hendrieks,'of Indiana, as Vice President ot the United States. We congratulate you on the victory for reform. It now only re mains lor the two houses ot Congress, in the performance ot their duty, on the aocond Wednesday in February next to give eftct to the will ot the people thus exprMwd in the constitutional mode by a majority of the elec toral rotes, and confirmed by a majority of all the States at well aj by an overwhelming ma jority of the people ot tbe United States. By order ol tbe Executive Committee." Wasn»e*ov, D. C, Dec. 13.—The Hon. Zacb. Chandler, Chairm...

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 December 1876

Jfifaj -*f 1 .14- tifctplam. In ttiT those of HERSEY iaar Worthington. It ted in a beautiful sad I 150,00616168 to Sale on Long Time and Small Pay- meats, by the COLON The National Colony. T)» nAtinnn. colony looatod in Southwestern-Minnesota and Northwestern Iowa It coni fw tw el\ ton nsTnps of land in Nobles county, Minnesota, and three and one hali town 1« in (toroli county, Iowa, the land being undulating prairie, watered by streams ard f«,, I 1 liav ing a soil of sandy loam irom two to lour feet in depth. There are twenty if! of land in Nobles county, and it is admitted on all hands that this county hos iv liKiri ol Imt is called the "CREAM OF THB PBAIKIES." Southwestern Minnesota by i. «r 1 oiiifnt, loiiq since took the name of the "GARDE* or THE STATE." Lakes. i' nroBomenlty lakes, great and small, in Nobles county. The principal ones are I KAU I n, Ocheeda, Indian Lake, and Graham Lakes Within a radius of eight miles ,. \\«uhingtou there are over twenty-tour miles of lake fr...

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