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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Worthington advance. — 14 February 1878

The VOLUME VI. NEWS OF THE WEEK. BailnMd OrprcsMlon In Knglaad. At the annual meeting rpf the Man chester chamber of comments the president submitted the results of a careful examination of the cause of the present depression in trade. He stated that over production, foreign com petition, and legislation limiting the hours of labor, were the principal causes. He urged that more control should-be used over undue enterprise in cottou manufacture, for abnor mal extensions promoted competition, which at last culminated in periodical visitations of depression. As to foreign competition he said: Germany, Austria, Italy and Holland had lessened their imports of woven goods, while Belgium was so nearly our equal that it had imported both woven goods and yarns in to Great Britiau for several years. America has also gained yearly upon us, her exports of cotton goods to the country having iucreased from 15,^30 poundo in 1670, to 451,870 pounds in 1876. Regarding the labor question he s.ud. Whe...

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 February 1878

^rthinotou guUautt, Terms $a.oo a Year, $1.00 for Six Months. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY M, 1878. The latest news from the seat of War is to the effect that the Russian forces have entered Constantinople and the British fleet has been ordered to the Bosphorus. England is preparing for war, and we see no reason to change the view expressed two weeks ago that the reported peace was merely an armistice. We look for a terrible war, for Russia will not come within reach of the prize she has coveted for centuries, and then wifhtlraw without a severe struggle. PUBLISHING THE LAWS. The State Auditor is renewing his efforts this winter to have the law re pealed which provides for publishing the laws in the newspapers. Should this carry, we suppose the next step will be to have them printed in one or twofavoiite newspapers, (just to save expense, you know), and then if the people want to know what laws have Jieen passed they can ascertain by tak ing one Of those favorite publications. The St. Paul Di...

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 February 1878

PUBLISHED WEEKLY, AT WORTHINOTOX, 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 faith—not nec essarily for publication. ADVERTISING RATES. One inch three weeks $2.00, three months, ei.OO Three inches:! weeks, 5.00, 8.00 Fiv* inches," 6.W,t 10.00 Special rates given for larger advertisements Special notices, first week 10 nts a line sub sequent insei tions 5 cents a line each week. Transient advertisements paid in advance. Yearlv advertisementsto be paid quarterly. Legal advertisements to be paid for before affi davit Is given. GRANGE REGISTER. KEGUI.AU MEETING!*. Worthington (irange—Second and' Fourth Sat urdays in each niontli, at 11 o'clock. Heney—First and Third Saturdays. Graham Lakes—-econd and -Uh Wednesdays. A S O N I EOULAR COMMUNICATIONS of Fraterni \, ty Lodge, No. lol, 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. — 14 February 1878

S DECREED "Into all lives some rain inpsFfall," I jto all eyes some teardrogp-atart, Whether they fall as a genU&fehower Or drop like lire from an adtiinc heart. Into all hearts some sorrow^ust crep, Into all souls some doubtiQgs come. Lashing the waves of Life's great deep From dimpling waters toseethint foam. Over all pathways some clouds must lower, Under all feet some sharp thorns spring, Tearing the flesh to bleeding wouuds, Or entering the heart with their bitter sting. Upon allbrows rough winds must blow, Over all shoulders across must be lain, Bowing the fcrm in its lofty height Down to the dust in bitter pain. Into all hands in some duty thrust, Unto all arms some burdcnghcn, Crushing the heart with its dreary weight, Or lifting the soul from eai th to heaven. Into all hearts and homes and lives God's dear sunshine comes streaming down, Gilding the ruins of Life's great plain— Weaving for all a golden crown.- KOLilfl.D AND OLIVER. A E E N O I I I A The city of Vienne is...

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 February 1878

The VOLUME VI. NEWS OF THE WEEK. Brtalsli ttraia Trace. The JfarA Zane Express says: Supplies of English wheat have been very limited both in the country and at Mark Lane. At no cor responding period within the past ten years ave sales at the principal markets been so light as those for the week ending Feb. Snd. The imports of foreign wheat into London were materially increased by arrivals from Pevel, shipments from that port not having been interrupted by ice to Jan. 31st. Germany has also furnished a fair proportion of supplies but the Indian ai rivals have decreased some, and the inquiry for this class ot wheat has shown signs of flagging since the market was well supplied with American and Russian. An important movement as legards the grain trade the taisingof the blockade and re opening of the Black Sea ports. If the recent advises arc lobe credited, the accumulation of grain in Odessa alone amounts to something like 650,000 quarters, while at Nicolaletf the btocks are said 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. — 21 February 1878

SWf^«B«^sW8ewt.'iwni«»!r'fe'u^!ssrMm Terms $3.00 Year, $1.00 ^*^*B*«»i»»«*s''M^^ 7*- ntt* Months. THURSDAY, FEBRUABY 21,1871, The Silver Biftrhas psuned^the Senate by a vote of 43 yeas to 21 nayi. I now goes to the House and may be hindered there some-time, but its passage seems to be a foregone conclusion. It fixes the weight of the silver dollar at 412i grains. The Mankato Record opposes giving the land-grant to the Southwestern" railroad company. Mr. Brown evi dently sees that there is a fraud in the attempt to secure the grant and has the manliness to oppose it. The people along the line west of Fairmont are overwhelmingly in favor of giving it to the Southern Minnesota Company, if the land is to be given to any one. 1AXINGCLAIMS. A correspondent writes us as Hows: How about that matter of taxing claims not yet patented O1 my home stead in Nobles county, they made me pay taxes before it was patented to me, and when it did not seem at all likely that I would ever get a deed for i...

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 February 1878

PUBLISHED WBBKLT, AT WORTHINQTON, NOBLES COUNTY, MINN. S 1 9 »T.0W1oJeh a i?..Ieercey a W Invariably In ad- S S S W »ve prompt attention. CSommunientlmis intended for publication must accompanied by the Veal name and address of StSil'fL'lpublication,.t a J? of essarily for Kood faith-not nec- ADVERTISING RATES. One Inch three weeks, %2.00, three months, 94.00 Three inches :i weeks, 5.00, 8.00 Five Inches," 6.00, 10.00 Special r.ites given for larger sdvertlsemeitts Special notices, first week 10 c«mts 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. GRANGE REGISTER. REGULAR MEETINGS. Worthlngton Grange—Second and Fourth Sat urdays in ench month, at 11 o'clock. Hersey—First and Third Saturdays. Graham Lakes—-econd and 4th Wednesdays. A S O N I EGULAR COMMUNICATIONS of Fraterni ty Lodge, No. 101, A. F. & A. M. at Masonic t/// ...

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 February 1878

Awf.1 fate of the Little Hey Who Wool* Mot Take Caster .Oil. Once there was a little boy, His mother's pride, his father's Joy. A right good-natured lad was he, And hale and hearty as could be. But once upon an autumn day, Heposhed his dinner plate away— I cannot eat to-day," he said, "I feel an aching in my head." His mamma, apprehending harm, Sent for the doctor in alarm. The doctor came—"Our little Ned Is somewhat sickly, ma'am," he said '*In order the disease may foil, He must imbide some castor oil." But \ed declined and shook his head— "I hate that horrid oil," he said. In vain his mamma,dear, implored In vain his papa ripped and swored. They couldn't get the oil downJNed— "No ollVor me," hefirmlysaid. 80 thinner, thinner every day, He faded quietly away. No pies, no cakes, no bread, no meat Did be have appetite to eat. And all invain hisjparents toil To make him take the caster oil That nostrum that would ease his pain and make him well and brisk again. But Ned refused—so nau...

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 February 1878

JUU NEWS OF THE WEEK. I Car Btefcfcetf: The south bound train on the Central Pacific Railroad, was boarded at Allen's sta tion by six mcn.on the 23d of Feb., who robbed the express car of $3,500. The train had hard ly drawn up at the station when a man jump ed into the engineer's cab, covering the en gineer and fireman with a revolver. Five oth er men attempted to enter the express car when the messenger, Thomas, showed fight, firing three shots at the robbers, hitting one it is thought and killing him. The robbers fired five or six shots at the messenger and rushing in overpowered him cut the bellrope and had the express car uncoupled from the train, and ordered the engineer to pull over on a siding where the messenger was forced to open the safe from which they abstracted #2,500 in money, overlooking a package con taining about $400. The robbers were all masked *aveone who covered-the engineer. The passengers were completely demoralized and thinking they would be visited, a furiou...

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. — 28 February 1878

S S mmajm Wflrtfttogton gMraw** Terms $a.oo a Year, $1.00 for Six Months. THURSDAY, FEBRtfAKY* The European, dispatches indicate that the swov^ofr'»*g»nend Eriropenn war hangs suspended by a thread, and that the least mistake in temper or di-ted plomacy by any of the great powers -will snap the thread and biing down the sword. -The nations are making gigantic preparations for war and areHumboldt showing tUeir teeth. The, approaching conference may find away out of theof difficulty, but it looks to us as though Russia would not stop until she con trols European Tin key and the Black Sea, and to glHn this she will have to do some more fighting. THE NEW POPE. Cardinal Pecci was elected Pope on the 20th and assumes the title of Leo XIII. His election was due to the fact that he was known as a moderate, oc cupying a position between the Liber als on the one hand and the Ultra montanes on the other. The latter par ty, which is the extreme or Jesuit par ty, are said to be very much disappo...

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. — 28 February 1878

Wovthinjjtou jpvantt. PUBLISHED WEEKLY, AT WORTHINGTON, NOBLES COUNTY, MINN. *?,wo P«n»«J»r year, invariably In ad- vance. All orders will receive iroin|t attention. Communications intended for publication must be accompanied by the real name and address of i™.wiilt?r a *'?,?»i» a»tyof good faitli-not nec- essarily for publication. ADVERTISING BATES. One inch three weeks, #2 00, three months, iM.OO Three inches weeks, 5.00, 8.00 Five incites," 6.00, 10.00 Special r.ites given for larger advertisements Special notices, first week 10 cmts a line sab sequent insei tions 5 cents a line each week. Transient al voi tisemeuts paid in advance. Yearly advertisements to be paid quarterly. Legal advoitrsements to be paid for before affi davit is given. GRANGE REGISTER. HBGt'LAR MEETINGS. Worthington Orange—Second and Fourth Sat urdays in each month, at 11 o'clock. Hersey—First and Third Saturdays. Graham Lakes—second and 4th Wednesdays. A S O N I REGULAR 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. — 28 February 1878

E NEW CHUBCl DOCTRINE. BY WILL CABLETOX. There's come a sing'lar doctrine, Sue, Iato our church to-day These cur'ua words are what the ucw Young preacher had to say: That literal everlastin' lire Was mostly in our eye That sinners, dead, if they desire, Can get another try. He doubted if a warmer clime Than this world could be proved The little snip—I fear some time He'll get his doubts removed. 1're watched my duty, straight an' true, An' tried to do it well Part o' the time kept heaven in view, An' part steered clear o' hell An' now, half o' this work is naught, If I must list Jo him. An' this 'ere devil I have fought Was only just a whim Vain are the dangers I have braved, The sacrifice they cost For what fun is it to be saved If no one else is lost? Just think! Suppose when once I view The heaven I've toiled to win, A lot of unsaved sinners, too, Comes walkin grandly in! And acts to home, same as if they Had read their titles clear, An' looks at me, as if to say, "We're glad to ...

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 March 1878

KmgUmU a in mmrmttm. The Mark Lane Express says it is like ly a cold and unseasonable spring may be ex. periencedas wc have had but little winter weather, and the failure of last year's wheat crop was largely attributable to an action of late frosts. The offerings of English wheat at Mark Lane and provincial markets continue Bcanty. Neither has there been much in* duccment for farmers to thresh, as prices have suffered a decided relapse by reason of the less agitated state of political affairs. Foreign wheat has also reached our shores in greater quantity owing to the action of America and Germany, whose united contribution to last Monday's arrivals amounted to nearly 35,000 quarters, while the imports into Liverpool have albo been decidedly large. The tempor ary enhancement of values have been lost, and with it, apparently, all demand, as business moved within the narrowest limits, and sales were only practicable in the merest retail way, at a decline of a bhilling on wheat. Feed 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. — 7 March 1878

^wthtngtitt*-#iivttiw^ Terms $a.oo a Year, $1.00 for Six Months. THURSDAY, MAliCII 7, 1878. The President sent his veto of the Silver Bill to Congress on the 28th and b-ith houses prdnfptly passed* the bill over his veto. The President no doubt acted from principle, bnt the people, in their desperation, have clamoied for this measure in the hope that it would give the country financial relief. We sincerely liope tlr.it the people may not .bejlisappoiuted, although, as we have frequently said, we have little faith that any financial measure will afford much relief. The cause of our financi al distress lies deeper than the curren cy. 2 HE ait ANr GOES TO THE SOUTHERN MINNESOTA. The Legislature, on Tuesday, passed the bill* giving the land grant to the Southern Minnesota Company. ..lie bill requires the Company to build to Fairmont by the end of 187S, to Jack son by the end of 1879 and to the west line of the State by the end of 1880. No point other than the State line is named west of...

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 March 1878

PI'Bl HUM) W-'lAI T. \r "lil'IIS'HON, NOp.UM *Ol N'M. N 'Mn.s Two IinlUuspei year, Invaiiablv in i.l aiiee. All ders til receive prompt attention. onnimiu'' it ID.is intended for publication must afcnnipanicd Uv the teal ii.mw* iiml address of lie witter a- ,i »inia.it\ of good faith—not nec isiiiuv or publication ADVERTISING RATES. One inch Mn on weeks, *2.'X)( till•*• months. %|.ix) fin PC inches: weeks, 5.00, 8,00 i'lVu inches, 6-00, 10.00 Special r.ites Riven for larger advertlsements Speclal notices first week 10 c-nits a line suh (((ii'iit insertions '. cents a line each week. 'I nuislf nt advertisements paid in advance. Yearlv advertisements totoepaid quarterly. Legal advertisements to be paid for before affl lavit Is given. GRANGE REGISTER. REGULAR MKBT1NGS. Worthington Granee—Second and Fourth Sat urdays in teh month, at11 o'clock. Hersey-=-Flrst and Third Saturdays. Graham Lakes— econd and 4th Wednesdays. A S O N I KGULAK COMMUNICATION* of Fraterni ty Lod'.je, No. 101, A. ...

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 March 1878

MOTHERHOOD. "Her lot is on you,"—woman's lot she meant The singer who sang sweetly long ago And rose and yew and tender myrtle blent. To crown the harp that rang to love and woe. Awake O Poetess, and vow one strain To sing of Motherhood, its joy, its pain. What does it give to us. this mother in verse and tale and legend glorified, Chosen by lips divine as type above All other passions? Men have lived and died For Bisters, maiden queens, and cherished wives, Yet, sealed by God, the one chief love sur vives. Yet what is it it gives us Shrinking dread, Peril and pain and agony forgot, Because we hold the ray of gladness shed, By the first cry from lips that know us not, Worth all that has been paid, is yet to pay, For the new worship, born and crowned that day. Then nursing, teaching training self-denial, That never knows itself, so deep it lies The eager taking up of every trial, To smooth Spring's pathways, light her April skies Watching and guiding, loving, longing, praying. No col...

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 March 1878

NEWS OF THE WEEK. Knallsli ural Trade. The Mark Lane Exprm says the peace prospects, the fairly abundant granary stocks and heavy anticipated arrivals, both from America and Southern Russia, hare combined to reduce the wheat trade to a lamentable state of depression. During the past week the inactivity ha? been such that in the ab sence of sales, it has been a matter of some difficulty to record the fluctuation in prices. That the withdrawal of the prop which the uncertain aspect of political matters furnish ed to the grain trade would depress values was anticipated but the concession of a shilling to two shillings per quarter has failed to im prove the demand for wheat which it might be expected to have done. Having regard to the low state into which the millers have al lowed their stocks to run all over the king dom, an explanation is probably to be found in the fact that supplies in prospective are too heavy to allow tho concession offered to have much weight, and until some defi...

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 March 1878

Worthingtiw &&mm. Terms $9.00 a Year, $1.00 for Six Months. THURSDAY, MABCH II, 1878. General Gpnt has entered Constan tinople, and neither Turkey, England, nor any of the powers have protested. How these "effete monarchies" stand in awe of America! JS. Dunn Brown writes some verses to the Plamview News condemning the "wretch" who named Eyota. We don't care an iota what he thinks about it, for Eyota is as pretty a name as Sauga tuck, Quisqueton, Waukesha, Kiska tom, Mishamokwa or Outigamie. A committee of the Mississippi Leg islature has decided that there is a hell and that it will last forever. We re member that the North used to think there wan such a place for Mississippi ana about the time of the rebellion. The committee is wise, for-those Miss issippians can't be trusted yet without a hell. As the old darkey said, they would at once trade their hymn books for packs of cards and continue the old business* with renewed energy. The Jackson Republic reads Drake and others ...

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 March 1878

PUBLISHED WEEKLT, AT WORTHINGTON,. NOBLES COUNTY, MINN. •JST" ATIovi0ers0"*"****"eyearPrompt W n«®- A11 Invariably in ad- attention. Communications intended for publication mast oe accompanied by the real name and address of !!£JriiLtrrrMlff,BlJ?M,t»01 WUi-not nec essaril fo publication. ADVERTISING RATES. One inch three weeks 42.00, three months, 44.00 Three incites weeks, 5.00, 8.00 Five inches," 6.0O, 10.00 Special rates given for larger advertisements Special notices, first week 10 cjnts a line sub sequent insertions 5 cents a line each week. Transient advertisements paid in advance. Yearlv advertisements to be paid quarterly. Legal advertisements to be paid for before affi davit is given. GRANGE REGISTER. REGULAR MEETINGS. Worthlngton Orange—Second and Fourth Sat urdays in each month, at 11 o'clock. Hersey—First and Third Saturdays. Graham Lakes—-econd and 4th Wednesdays. A S O N I EGULAR COMMUNICATIONS of Fraterni ty Lodge, No. 101, A. F. & A. M. at Masonic Hall in Worthin...

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 March 1878

Aunt •ollle's Talentlne* St. Valentine's Day, so eagerly antici pated by all the yonng people in the house, had come) and Aunt Mollie sat by the .fire in her own room, reading a valentine. The postman, a short time before, bad left a number of valentines, among them one for Aunt Mollie. It had been handed around from one to another, speculated upon, laughed over, and then Mrs. Nor oroat (without noticing the exchange of glances between her mischievous daught er, Fan, and bam Reynolds, Fan's most devoted admirer, and also the aider and abettor of all her jokes) called a servant a*id sent the missive up to Aunt Mollie's room. The young people were all so busy with their own valentines that Aunt Mol lie was left to read hers in peace. She looked long at the direction, as many of us do, wondering who wrote it, before she broke the seal, but, as she read it, the color came to her cheeks and the light and sparkle to her eyes, which shone as they had not done for many along year. What she ...

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