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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Worthington advance. — 19 July 1877

1M ^rtlnugtm* IMltWtf* Terms $3.00 a Year, $1.00 for Six Months. £, THUKSDAY *£ULX ift WIT. TROUBLE AMOya TJtB MILLERS. A man named Cochrane has brought suit against J. A. Christian & Co., of Minneapolis the Jewells, of Brooklyn, and the Haxalls,, of Richmond, Va., claiming royalty for the use of the fa mous Middlings Purifier or Separator, wbicirKaa ^placed Minnesota flour in the front rank in all the leading mark ets of the country. The Supreme Court, we understand, has required Christian & Co., of the leading Minne apolis mill, generally known as thethe Washburn Mill, to give bonds in the sum of $250,000 before they can con tinue the use of the machiues in their mills. Gov. Washburn claims that these machines have been In use in Fiance And Austria for 20 years, and that the patents there have expired, and that he Introduced them from those countries. There is no doubt that Cochrane has obtained an opinion' from the Supreme Court giving him priority as inventor of the midd...

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. — 19 July 1877

F17BU3IIED WEEKLY, AT t, WORTfUNGTON, NOBMiS COUNTY, MINN. Terms Two Dollars per year, invariably In ad vance. All orders will receive prompt attention. Communications intended for pnblieatioiunnst be accompanied by the real iiaiw and address of the writer as a guaranty of good faith—not nec essarily for publication. A E I S I N A E S On» inch three weeks, $2.00, three months, tt.00 Three inches a weeks, 5.00, 8.00 Fivtf inches," 6.00, 10.00 Special rates given for larger advertisements Sjieeial notiws, (lrst week lOcmtsa line sub Sfiment insertions 5 cents a line each week. Transient advertisements paid in advance. Yearly advertisements to be paid quarterly. Legal advertisements to be paid for before a davit is given. 1. IIUMISTON, iffl- GRANG E It EG IS TElt. REGUI.AK MKET1N09. Worthington Grange—Second and Fourth Sat urdays in eieh inoiilli, attlo'clock. Mersey—First and Third Saturdays. Graham Lakes— econd and 1th Wednesdays. A S O N I iKP.ULYU COMMUNICATIONS of Fraterni ty Lodg...

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. — 19 July 1877

'I UTTL* 5 BROW N O S E I'm only a little brown mouse ThAJrJivet in somebodorly's house, And In' tbat same bouse there's a cat Butjoh, ho! what care I for that? She sits in the sunshine, And licks her white paws, With one eye on me, And one on her claws. How she watches the crack Where she sees my brown back! But she'll never catch mc! For oh, ho! don't you sec That Fm just the smartest young mouse That lives anywhere in the house? I'm only a little brown mouse That lives in somebody's house. And in that same house there is Rover He has chased me the whole house over, And there, too, is fat Baby Tim But oh, ho! what care I for him? When he sprawls on the carpet, And bumps his pink nose, I scamper around him, And tickle his toes. How he kicks and crows! For he knows, oh, he knows, That I'm only a little brown mouse That lives in his grandmother's house. I'm only a little brown mouse That lives in somebody's house And in that same house there's a clock. That says, "Tick-a-tock, tlck-a...

Publication Title: Worthington Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Worthington advance. — 26 July 1877

SUMMARY OF THEGENERAL HEWS. W it a A N The annual meeting of the Western Associated Press was held at Detroit Mich., on the 18th inst. The attendaucc was larger tbau on any former meeting for ten years. A large number of ladles accompanied the members and joined them in a delightful ex cursiou upon the river. The thanks of the Association were voted to members of the Detroit press for their kind attentions. Reports of officers were made, which showed the af fairs of the association to be in an admirable coudition. The following board of directors was elected: Jos. Medill, Chicago Tribune RR-hard 8mith, [Cincinnati Gazette W. N. Haldcman, Louisville Courier Journal A. J. Keller, Memphis Avalanche D. M. Hauser, St. Louis Globe-Democrat W. W. Armstrong,and Cleveland Plaindeahr J. F. Mack, Sandusky Register. The board afterwards met and or ganized by election of the following officers: President, M. Halstead, of Cincinnati Com mercxal vice president, E. A. Martindale, of Indianapolis/ou...

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. — 26 July 1877

"Wmtotftn £Amm. Terms $3.00 a Year, $1.00 for Six Months. THURSDAY, JULT0&6, i«7. An account of the., great)' railroad strike, with its attSmuent liorrors "and destruction of property, will be found on our outside. If the trouble ends with the railroads, we may consider ourselves fortunate. For a year or two, under the,depressing circumstances, the working classes have been like so much*ttoder, moding only the match to light an extensive fire. We are only surprised that bread riots and wide spread trouble did not come sooner. It is a shame to have an outbreak just now when we are on the eve of better times and a revival of business. THE WHEAT CHOP. The wheat crop of Minnesota this year, the' Pioneer-Press thinks, will reach 60,000,000 bushels, worth about $30,000,000.' Other crops will add $10, 000,000 this year. Look out for busy times. Forty millions of dollars play ing hide-and-seek in the pockets of our people, will go far toward making life eqdurn.ble in this exhilerating c...

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. — 26 July 1877

PUBLISHED -WEEKLY, AT WOItTHINGTON, NOBLES COUNTY, MINN. Terms Two Dollars per year, Invariably In ad vance. All orders will receive prompt attention. Communications intended for publication must be accompanied by the real name and address of .the writer as a guaranty ol good laith—not nec essarily for publication. ADVERTISING RATES. One inch three weeks, *2.fl0, three mouths, fLOO Tlnee inches a weeks, 5.00, 8.00 Five inches," 6.0ft, 10.00 Special rates given for larger advertisements Special notices, first week 10 cents a line sub MMiuent insertions 5 cents a line each week. Transient advertisements paid in advance. Yearly advertisements to be paid quarterly. Legal advertisements to be paid for before affi davit is given. ORANGE REGISTER. REGULA.E MEETINGS. "Wortlnngton Orange—Second and Fourth Sat urdays in each mouth, at 11 o'clock, llersev—First and Third Saturdays. Graham Lakes—.econd and 4th Wednesdays. A S O N I KGULAR COMMUNICATIONS of Fraterni 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. — 26 July 1877

GgAKDMOTHEfi GRAY. Fadedand fair, in herold arm chair, Sunset.gilding her thin white4iair. SilenUy knitting, Alts GrandmotherGray While I on my elbows beside her lean, And tell what wonderful things I mean To have, and to do, if I can, some day. Toucan talk so to Grandmother Gray She doesn't laugh, nor send you away. I sec, as I look from the window seat, A house there yonder, across the street, With a fine French roof and a frescoed hall The deep bay windows arc full of flowers They've a dock of bronze that chimes the hours, Anda fountain—1 hoar it tinkle and fall When the doors arc open: "I mean," I say, live in a house like that, some day, "Money will buy it says Grandmother Gray. A^ornou. Hke that I hope to get. How they.prai.ee and shine in their harness gay! What fun 'twould be if they ran away?" "Money will" buy them," says Grandmother Gray. "To-morrow, I know, a great ship sails Out of the port, and across the sea Oh! to feel in my face the ocean gales, And the salt waves da...

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. — 2 August 1877

VOLUME V. SUMMARY OF THE GENERAL NEWS. Tlte Labor I**ga ON tn« Urea* Mtnkr. The Central Council of the Labor League of the United States, with headquar ten In Washington, have addressed to Presl- Missoula vesterday. dent Haves, a petition urging that steps be taken to restore traffic, law and order, and in opposition to any compromise with actual rioters or their abettors. They declare that the impending famine in cities, imminent suf feiingofthe law abiding labor element, and the loss and min to agricultural districts with resulting evils, fully justify the President in calling the prominent railroad men who, in blind and passionate stubbornness, refuse to listen to either reason or the loud appeal of the people, to Washington, together with the leaders of labor organizations who hare op posed violence, that the difficulties may be compromised. The petitioners also set forth that any further blind resistance of the rail roads to the detriment of the interests of the nation, would j...

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. — 2 August 1877

Wurthtogtim %,&mm. Terms fa.oo a Year, $1.00 for Six Month*. THURSDAY. AUGUST *1877. Toledo, which is generaVy conceded by several persons to be the coming "Future Great City" of the world, is building this year an enormous dock said to be the largest in the lakes, and nowthej proposebollding anew Cham ber of Commerce, corner of St. Clair and .Madison. The building will front 100 feet on St. Clair and 11^ on Madison will be 96 feet above the pave ment, and five stories high. On the Madison street fro there will be 8 double windows two stories high light ing the Board of Trade Room. Wish we'ed bought that lot a few years ago. The Richmond, Va., Dispatch, the most influential Democratic paper in the south, comes out in favor of an in crease in the regular army, since the strike. It was the Democratic element in Congress which cut off the pay of the army and used every effort to cut down tin* army until now there is ab solutely not enough force for guard du ty. The government is no...

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. — 2 August 1877

TMWlMl—MMOJaw-rTini-r Wtxtt&ntfm $imu$. Terms $a.oo a Year, $i.oo for Six Mentha. THURSDAY. AUGUST fr'1K7. I' Toledo, which is generaVy ceded by several persons to be the coming "Future Great City" of the world, is building this year an enormous dock said to be the largest in the lakes, and nowthejr propose bnlUling anew Cham* ber of Commerce, corner of St. Clair nnd ^Madison. The building will front 100 feet on St. Clair and 11^ on Madison will be 96 feet above the pave ment, and five stories high. On theton, Madison street fro there will be 8 donblo windows two stories high light ing the Board of Trade Room. Wish we'ed bought that lot a few years ago. The Richmond, Ya. Dispatch, the most influential Democratic paper in the south, comes out in favor of an in crease in the regular army, since the strike. I twas the Democratic element in Congress which cut off the pay of the army and used every effort to cut down the army until now there is ab solutely not enough force for guard ...

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. — 2 August 1877

WfJrthinrjtm ^rAvatta. FUBM8MD WEBKf.T, AT WORTHINGTON, NOBLES COUNTY, MINN. Term* Two Dollar* per year, Invariably in ad rnnce. All orders will receive prompt attention. Communications Intended for publication must be accompanied by the real name and address of the wilter as a guaranty of good faith—not nec essarily for publication. ADVERTISING RATES. One inch three weeks 42.00, three months, W.OO Three inches 3 weeks, 5.00, 8.00 Five Inches," 6.00, 10.00 Hpeetal rates given for larger advertlsementa Special notices, first week 10 cents a line sub sequent insertionsftcents a line each week. Transient advertisements paid in advance. Yearly advertisements to be paid quarterly. 1egal advertisements to be paid for before affi davit is given. ORANGE REGISTER. REGUt.All MEETINGS. Worthington Orange—Second and Fourth Sat urdays in ich mouth, at 11 o'clock. Hersev—First and Third Satin days. Uraha'm Lakes—econd and 41h Wednesdays. A S O N I RGULAR COMMUNICATION* of Fraternt ty Lodge, No. 1...

Publication Title: Worthington Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Worthington advance. — 2 August 1877

"MAYN'T I BE A BOY!" 44 Mayn't I be a boy?"raidour Mar)-, The.tear*In her gttpt evca blue 41 44 P"?®? fQ5 \*V There's nothing a woman can do' 44 "Tia id I heard Cousin Joe say no— 44 He's home from a great college, too— JIe said so just now in the parlor There's nothing a woman can do'" My wee little lassie, my darling," Said I, putting back her soft hair, 441 want you mj dear little maiden, To smooth away all mother's care. Who is it, hen pa comes home weary, That runs for his slippers and go* n* What eves does he atch for at morning, L^qlUug out from itlieir lashes brown '"Catf'foti do'nothing, !m) darling* What Was It that pa said last night9 4My own little sunshine is coming, _Xknowrfor the room is so bright.' 44 And tujrelii&UsTetl my Mary—» Perhaps jou will learn it some duj— ThttJuwAwuktSis w\Uing«aid losing' \Vnmii«fko*t work on the 4 41 And the work that is sweetest and dearest, The work that so manj ne'er do— The great ork of making folks happy, Can be done by a lissle...

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. — 9 August 1877

VOLUME^'. SUMMARY OP THE GENERAL NEWS. he at off he Gen. Sherman in a letter to tho sec retary of war, says with the new post at the fork of the Big and Little Horn and that at the mouth of Tongue r'ncr.oecupied by strong and enterprising garrisons, the Sioux Indians can never regain thut country and they will be forced to remain at their agencies or take refuge in the British po-.ses-.ions. The coun try west of the new post if. a good country and will rapidly fill up with emlgrmts, who Will in the next ten years build up a country as strong and as capable of self defense as Colorado. The weather has been as intensely hot as in Texas He is impressed with the balmy air of the eountiy on the upper Yellow stone. A a l»attt*N Can*-. The divorce case of Adelina Patti in the Tribunal of First Instance in Paris has been decided, and her application foi a ju dicial separation lefused, while hei husband's was granted. Both had filed applications for a judicial separation—hers being for sepai...

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. — 9 August 1877

I! 1 tm, ini ^'j'cji' WMtMwgtm* QBxma. Terms $«.oo a $x.oo for Six Months. THURSDAY. AUGUST 9,1677/ *jt COUNTY FAJjt Below we give a letter from Mr. Cnn ingliam, of Graham Lakes, upon the subject of a County Fair. W hearti ly second his suggestion, and will third and fourth it, if that will do any good. If the present magnificent harvest is gathered in good condition, farmers will feel encouraged and will gladly give a day or two to exhibiting their products and especially their stock. But whether we have a good grain yield or not, we have enough stock in the county to make a good show. By all means, let us start the ball this sea son, and inaugurate our County Fairs. We can show the two finest draft horses in the State, and there area number of blooded bulls now in the county, as well as some of the finest blooded sheep in Minnesota: A A A E S July 28,1877. E I O A A N E Dear Sir.—As I have seen nothing in your columns in regard to a O N A I or at least a stock show this Fall, I wo...

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. — 9 August 1877

StVarthmgton ^tow* POBLISnBD VBBKLT, AT WORTHINGTON, NOBLES COUNTY, MINN. Term* Two Dollars per year, invariably in ad vance. All orders will receive prompt attention. Communications intended for publication must be accompanied by the real name and address of fiSL-I1*?' a guaranty o! good faith—not nec essarily for publication. ADVERTISING- RATES. One Inch three weeks, *2.00, three months, *400 Three inches 3 weeks, 5 00, 8.00 Five Inches," 6.00, 10.00 Special rates given for larger advertisements Special notices, first week 10 cents a line sub sequent insertions 5 cents a line each week. Transient advertisements paid in advance. Yearly advertisements to be paid quarterly. Legal advertisements to be paid for before affi davit Is given. ORANGE REGISTER. REGULAR MEETINGS. Worthington Giange—Second and Fflurth Sat urdays in each month, at 11 o'clock. Mersey—First and Third Saturdays. Graham Lakes—second and 4th Wednesdays. A S O N I REGULAR,COMMUNICATIONM.oatFraternic In each month. 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. — 9 August 1877

A MOTHER'S PRAYER. With eager arms a mother pressed A laughing babe against her breast, Then thus to heaven she cried in prayer: "Now, even as his face is fair, Oh Lord, keep thou his soul within As free from eveiy spot of sin." From heaven the Lord an answer made: "Behold, I grant as thou hast prayed." Within the door the darkness crept, And baoe and mother gently slept, From belfries rang the midnight bell, The watchman answered: "All is well." The mother at the cradle's side Awoke to find the babe had died. With grief to set a woman wild 8he caught and clasped the marble child Until ber heart against her own Was broken—beat on a stone. "Oh God!" she cried, in her despair, "Why hast thou mocked a mother's prayer?" Then answered He: "As I have willed, Thy prayer, oh woman, is fulfilled If on the earth thy child remain, His soul will gather many a stain At thy behest I stretch My hand And take him to the heavenly land." The mother heard and bowed her bend And laid her cheek against ...

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. — 16 August 1877

VOLUME v. SUMMARY OP THE GENERAL NEWS. I the Mtrllc*. Tlie Evening Star says: There a good story told here by an Indianapolis gentleman nbout the recent strike, which, if true, goes to show that Blue-Jeans Williams is not of that class of statesmen -who forget their poor rela tions, when fortune smiles. The story goes that when the btrike reached Indiana, Uncle Jimmy's son-in law, who is engaged in the very honest calling of drover, had left Indian, apolis for St. Louis with a train of cattle, and Ihathe was hauled by indignant railroad, hands a few miles one side of the former city. Becoming alarmed concerning the safety of his freight the son-in-law made his way to In dianapoli* and apprised Uncle Jimmy of the situation, whereupon Blnc-Jcans gave him a document somewhat like this: EVECTTIVT. OFFICE STATE OF INDIANA, I N DIANAPOUS, July 23.—TO WlIOM IT MAY COX CBRX: The bearer of this letter is my son-in law. I hope the strikers will allow him to transport his cattle to St. LonU in...

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. — 16 August 1877

wHs&sgggHim w* $$g S*3!« *ir« ^ortlungtou g^tou*. Terms $9.00 a Year, $1.00 for Six Months. THURSDAY. AUGUST 16, 1877. THE LOCUSTS. Have taken to themselves wings and flown away. The Summer is nearly ended and theharvest is,saved. Hence* forth there is laid up for this country a brifht future. HARVEST HOME. Sioux Falls proposes holding a grand harvest festival in September to last two days. The headquarters will be on the Island, and the exercises will con sist of swinging, dancing, music, speeches, sermons, and exhibitions of stock and produce, to say nothing of eating and drinking. Churches and Sabbath Schools are invited to partici pate. Something like this is what we' have been urging for this county. We have this year the encouragement and the a bility to make such an occasion a suc cess. All we need now is to say that it shall be done and then set.the time and it will be a success. Would it not be well to have our County Fair and Harvest Festival together, giving sev eral ...

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. — 16 August 1877

^orthfagtmi SMtawtfc rUnUSIIBD WEEKLY, AT W011THINOTON, NOBLES COUNTY, MINX. Terms Two Dollars per yean, Invariably In ad vance. All orders will receive prompt attention. Communications Intended for publication must be accompanied by the real name and address of the writer as a guaranty of-good faith—not nec essarily for publication. ADVERTISING RATES. One Inch three weeks, $2.00, three months, #4.00 Three indies:* weeks, 5.00, 8.00 Five inches" 6.00, 10.00 Special rates Riven for larger advertlsements S|ecial notices, first week 10 cents a line sub sequent insertionsftcents a line each week. Transient advertisements paid in advance. Yearly advertisements to be p-iid quarterly. Legal advertisements to be paid for before affi davit is ghen. GRANGE REGISTER. MCGULAK MKGTINQ8. Worthington Orange—Second and Fourth Sat urdays in e-ieh month, atll o'clock. Hersey—First and Third Saturdays, tiraham Lakes—-ccoml and 4th Wednesdays. A S O N I ItEOULAR, COMMUNICATIONS of Fraterni- ty Lodge No...

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. — 16 August 1877

AFTER THE COUNCIL. Mr. David Gray, editorof the Buffalo Courier, has an article on "The Last Indian Council on the Genesee,"in Scnbner for July, closing with the following'poem: The fire sinks low, the drifting smoke Dies softly in the autumn haze, And silent arc the tongues that spoke The speech of otherdays. Gone, too the dusky ghosts whose feet But now yon listening thicket stirred Unscarredwithin its co\crt meet The squirrel and the bird. The story of the past is told. But thou, O Valley, siteet and lone! Glen of the rainbow! thou shalt hold Its romance for thine own. Thoughts of thine ancient forest prime Shall sometimes haunt thine summer dreams And shape to low, poetic rlijmc, The musie of its streams. When Indian summer flings its cloak Of brooding aznrc on the woods, The pathos ol a vanished folk Shall tinge thy solitudes. The blue smoke of their tiics once more Far o\ cr the hills shall seem to isc, And sunset's golden clouds restoi The red man's paiadise. Strange sounds o...

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