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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 29 January 1880

\M: JIOf^THER^ PACIFIC JARjVlEF^. OITICIAL PAPER OF WADENA COOWTT J. E, HALL, Editor and Prejrietor. IS8UBD EVERY THURSDAY MORNING 9 AT WADENA, WADENA 0 COUNTY. MINNESOTA. BATHS IV ADTAXCS: One copy one year, $1.60 six months 80 The Todd County Argns promises an enlargement. It is wide awake and deserves prosperity. The Rev. Geo. H. Davis of St Cloud, has been elected Grand Senior Warden of (lio Grand Lodge of Ma sons tor Minnesota. The right man in the right place. The triaPof Michael Miede for the murder of Kolway and Steinhuber of last fall is to take place February 24th. The details of this horrible crime is too fresh in the memory of our readers to need comment at this time. Mr. J. H. Drake, land commission er ofthe St. Paul & Sioux City rail road has recently sold to the Land Colonization and Banking Company of London, England, 200,000 acres of land at $6 per acre. The land sold is mostly in Iowa and close to the land owned by the company in that State. The pury hasers int...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 29 January 1880

r- W A E A Job Printing ROOMS. Having received a very fine new JOB PRESS We are better than ever prepared to fill all orders in our line. *A11 kinds of STATEMENTS, BALL TICKETS, BALL PROGRAMS, CALLING CARDS, CARDS, PARTY INVITATIONS. CIRCULARS, LETTERHEADS, BILL HEADS, "V HAND BILLS, ETC.] Exccntei Front]? and My. We have recently received many new and elegant job types and will guarantee our work to be fully equal to that ot St. Paul or Minneapolis, STATIONERY NEATLY BOUND. BLANK We have a full stock of blanks, in cluding Swhool District 'Bonds, Mar­ riage Lieeases both ^plain and orna mental, Justices dockets, conveyan ces, mortgages, etc. AT THE & S- Front St two iws east of Postages. Herron & Kepliart, a BLACKSMITHS, Iron Carriages, Wagons and Sleighs, And Repair all kinds of Machinery. j^LOW Repairing nnd 1IORSE SHOEING A Specialty. "i: 5LACESMITH, WADENA, MINN. yy Work Done in all Branches. t|lorsB-Slio(!ing a Specialty. ,r C. M. Maltby Has tor Sale at BLUFFTON, MiNMNE...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 29 January 1880

v? $"-• •4 "t. ,S \i :Si® -tfe ,RS-. *& I8S $ta%rit fjxtifit Jrotttt. JOSEPH E. HALL, Publisher. WADENA, WADENA CO., MIHN.| GLEANINGS ANDGOSSIF. THEezodus of negroes to the north from eastern Mississippi, has been over 1,000 during the past three weeks. THE Countess Ida Von Hahn-Hahn, German poetess and novelist, is d,ead. Her age was 75 years. LEADVILLE boasts of aristocratic wait ers. At the Grand Hotel is an ex-mem ber of the New Jersey legislature, whose letters bear the prefix of "Hon." At ttie Clarenden the guests are served at table by an ex-confederate general, a doctor of medicine, a lawyer, an ex judge of Freeborn county, Minn. THE assesor's returns for 1880 in New York city show an increase of $28,183,417 in the taxable valuations of real estate as compared with those of last year. This is an improvement of about 3 per cent. ONE hundred millions of dollars is the latest estimate of the cost of building the Nicaragua ship canal. The same calculator says that if the pol...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 29 January 1880

-I -t JOHN ANDERSON, MY JO, •s iJF exquisite ballad, constructed by Robert ^...g *?lrn6j different and aoraewbnt exception Jv'r'ii.v j' ®aa a^waJ8 left something to be wished regretted: It ia not complete. Bat who nS- t0 add to a song of Bnrns? As Burns lelt It, It runs thus John Anderson my jo, John, When we were 'first acquent, Tonr locks were like the raven, *onr bonnle brown was brent But now your brow Is bald, John, .. Your locks are like the snaw, But bjesslngs on your frosty pow, John Anderson, my jo. John Anderson, my jo. John, We cJamb the hill tbeglther .."'And mony a canty day, Jobn, ... .We've had'wi1 ane anither Now we maun totter down, John, But hand in hand we'll go, And sleep thegither at the foot, John Anderson, my jo. Fine as this is, it does not quite satisfy a con templative mind when one has gone so far, he looks and longs foi something more—something beyond the foot of the bill. Many a reader of .TEE.®* mU8t have feit this: and it is quite probable Unt many nav...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 29 January 1880

Neighborhood Al ewi.' BLUFFTON. vFroni our own correspondent Geo. Crabtree & Sons will put in a small saw mill on Bluff Creek the coming spring, -and saw for themselves and neighbors The roads are very icy and difficult to travel up this way, and a little more snow would be very acceptable. Eifords mill in section 23 in this town is now in full blast and turning out a No 1 quality of lumber. Three mills and talk- of a fourth is what we boast as a start for 1880. I wonder what is the matter with Mug gins who reports no births or deaths in Compton for 1879. I know of four or five little facts" ihSt entered upon this scene action during the year. I really would not like to be in Muggins' shoes if he is caught in the north purt cf town. The usually peaceful aspect of our Sabbath a was rncflly disturbed a week ago last Sunday by the advent of a sled load of roughs armed with shotguns and revolvers which thev found occasion to discharge at any object that presented a good mark. They h...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 5 February 1880

w, •ISipKi ,-•»«.» n*iwa -ft •¥f, Jv-*iJj" I'-•» Ifearfr r* LOCAL. a vacation The schools in (his city hare this week. Don't forget to send your "adored one" valentine. Violins and Sheet Music at the Wadena Drag Stove. 37tf cMn^.Qm.JiniA from next Saturday is St Valentines day. The recent cold snap put a quietus on eommenced building operations. Channcy Potter has bought the homestyad. «t Mr. Jones, blacksmith, in Compton. It rumored that a new hotel is to be built on Third street by a German. Animated hitching posts are getting to be the fashion in front of some saloons. We are very thankful to Mrs. Matilda E. Case for some elegant raspberry jam. Don't forget that the Wadena Drug Store has the best assortment of Valentines of any place in town. Call and see. 37tf The Railroad Company will do the right thing by any good parties who will b&ild a first-class hotel in this city, The Wadena Drug Store is to be newly fit ted up with a tier of shelving with sliding glass door fronts. ...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 5 February 1880

51 ,• V» -f '"A"* i. 1 JOSEPH E. HALL, Publisher. WADENA, WADENA CO., MINN.I NEWS NOTES. ROBERT BONNER claims to own ten trotters that have beaten 2:20. THE Catholics of Connecticut, num bering 150,000, complain that they have hardly a representative in the leg is lature. THE.largest cities in the world have the following population: London, 3,500,000 Paris, 1,851,000 Vienna, 1,191,000 Berlin, 1954,000 Canton, 1,000,000 Shanowfoo, 1,000,000 and Singanfoo, 1,000,000. THE various firms who advertise to forward, upon receipt cf 50 or 60 centSj a bound volume of Webster's Un abridged Dictionary, are pronounced by the Special Agent of the Post office Department to be impOsters. A MAN in New York purchased from a florist what he supposed to be petunia seeds. After planting them and rear ing the plants it was found that they were not petunias at all, but some kind of weed. The irate purchaser thereup on sued the florist and recovered $25 damages. DURING the New Year's service at the Munich...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 5 February 1880

fV?rc\«^- r¥^ VM., r. WONDERS UNDERGROUND. Magnificent Carem Mj Discovered *4 in Virginia. Newmarket, Ya., Cor. New York Herald,. The whole country lying between the Blue Bidgd and the Alleghanies in Vir ginia, comprising the Page andShen andoan valleys, whica are separated by the Massanutton range, appears to be honeycombad with caverns. The land v^througfrout this region is of a rolling character and is mostly under cultiva ition. Here and there are to be seen house# of a considerable size, built of brick or of wood, with verandas these are the plantation homes of the olden time. Most of the other habitation outside of the villager are small onP storied cabins, many of them being of Joga._ But it is the underground world that in this region has most interest for the visitor. The existence of a cave is usually indicated by numerous depres-' fifonsof the land, into which surface water runs freely in wet seasons and .from which draughts of air Are observ ed to come. Scores of\these o...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 5 February 1880

\T JicmmtRfl franc fAHfltK. OffTTCIAL PAPER OF WADENA COUIFTT. J. E. HALL, Editor and ProurletBr. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT WADSNA, WADENA COUNTY, MINNESOTA. KATES IK ADYAHC1 Qne eopy one year, $1.50 fix months 80 Butter Making. There are many farmers wives who would take greater interest in the production of butter were it riot for the fact that she dreads the "ch tim ing" as a hard tedious undertaking, and under the old-fashioned method of churning they are not to be blamed for this feeling of revulsion." The great and ever growing importance of the dairy and creamery interest of the United States, has, however^ led to scientific experiments with a view to relieving and reducing the amount of work necessary to produce butter. The latest device has been intro duced by a woman (just think of that ladies) in German}'. Her pro cess is simply this: The cream is taken from the pans and placed in linen bags surrounded by two or three folds of course canvass, and al lowed to remain...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 5 February 1880

vH' 3? Bladen A y? "f %36h Printing "fr^ 'irJ lEOOMS Having received a" very fine new JOB PRESS We "are "better than ever prepared to fill all orders in our line. A in so STATEMENTS, BALL TICKETS, BALL PROGRAMS, CALLING CARDS, CARDS, PARTY INVITATIONS. CIRCULARS, •v LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, HAND BILLS, ETC.) Eiwntei Promptly ail Cheaply. We have recently received many new and elegant job types and will guarantee our work to be fully equal to that ot St. Paul or Minneapolis, JIATIOMT KEASLY SOUND. BIAKK8 We have a full stock of blanks, in. iluding Sc hool District'Bonds, Mar riage Licenses both {plain and orna mental, Justices dockets, conveyan .•es, mortgages, etc. AT THE Jf. M' Frost Si two loon east tf Muffles. Hereon & Kepkart, General BLACKSMITHS. Iron Carriages, Wagons and Sleighs, *'&< W0-'. Jl And Repair all kinds of Machinery. Ull'ltLQVf Repairing and HORSE SHOEING A Specialty. 'BLAG^SHITSi WADEIU, MINN. 1 4 Work Done in all Branches. C. M. Maltby Has tor Sale at...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 5 February 1880

RURAL SCENES, Gently the kino are lowing. Soft waves the golden grain •Quickly a man is making Tracks for *he coming train. Silently fall the dew-drops In the eolemn eventide Ready a girl is getting To take a buggy ride. Soon will the maiden's lover His arm around her slide. While to his manly bosom Her head will gently fclide. Savagely bites the musQuito, Merrily bumbles the bee But all that the maiden sayetb Is-once in a wh'le—"Te-he!M NINA. Harper's Bazaar. Victor Blumenthal was sauntering through the public garden, thinking about the picture he was painting, think ing how the light among the trees sug gested certain strains of music to him, when his eye fell upon a young girl feeding the swans, and lingered there. "If I could cnly carry that face home in my mind's eye, and reflect it upon my canvas!" he thought, "she is the very image of Uadine herself." Just then the child beside her reached across the brim of the basin to toss a crumb into the water and lost her balance. Quick...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 5 February 1880

li^ ''^A FCTURE UNGw K* s»i Bil & ssf 0 ^'1 S\, .. v» wis pHfrce of Wales Pronounced a 1 i^Joo^ Fellow, Witfi all the Name Im- pUM- '.J::_..„j s'V- ..London Letter. '', I was present last night at a cosy club '.,. 4 0 gathering of actors and journalist^ when by chance the cbnyersation turn |1' ed on the royal, family. Speaking of his royal highness, the Prince of Wales, one of my friends, a comedian of some eminence, said: "Some years since the Brincse pf Wales/was crossing the stage of I^ry Lam theater, snqtoking a ci gar. He was accompanied by Mr. F. Ghatterton, who was at that time the •Managed of 'the Lane.' A zealous fire *?15aan, praiseworthily oblivions of the 4 'Tank of^Mr. Ohatterton's distinguished iciest, stepped up to his manage?, and in low bi^t respectful tones, called t^at Gentleman's attention to the fact of roe "prince's jam oking. On retiring his royal highness askei Mr. Ghatterton the cause of his having been accosted, whereupon the manager repeated the firema...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 5 February 1880

1 4 1 BLUFFTOJf. Prom oar own correspondent A fight took place here last Sunday morn* log of such a disreputable character that the' less said aboat.it the' better. I would only express the hop? thatas Itlsthe first so may It be the last exhibition of stnsh a canabal istic scene in thia section. Willie, son of 0eo Milltr of this place, had his arm broken on Monday morning last by a kick from a horse. It appears that he had 'approached the horse, which *was not con sidered at all vicious, without speaking.., iBeeing something that it could not identity, the horse struck out with the above unfor tunate result. Dr. Babcock was sent for and soon succeeded in reducing the fracture, but as both bones of the forearm were broken it will be sometime e'er he can join his play mates again. Mr. Baker, of Alexandria, has decided to go into business here and has given orders to have the material got ready for his store, which will be built as soon as possible in the spring. An accident that might...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 12 February 1880

YOL IM I HO 38. INlsfe *\4j *07 xt ti&f "i,,, -S ''MM' r?- JLOCAL.. Good sleighing now. Next Saturday is St. Valentine's day. Lawyer Luce went to Brainerd yesterday. Tuesday and Wednesday were beautiful days. S. S. Gardner returned from St. Paul la3 Saturday. Violins and Sheet Music at the W adena Drugstore. 3t Remember the Market Register appears nest week. Be sure and bring your job work to the FABUER office. About 140 tons of ice is being put my in "Wadena this winter. Mr. Peach has his new building on Av street nearly enclosed. v^/ll Several loads of ice have come in for John Ostrander's ice house. The frame work of the new Court ^Jaouse was erected this week. A. S. Capehart, of the Fargo Argus, made lis a pleasant call last week. Royal Ostrander returned from a short visit to St. Cloud last week. Rev. E. S Peak will lecture at the school house next Saturday evening. The frame work of several new buildings have been erected in town this week. Harry Press on swings the dinner...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 12 February 1880

W *J X, 5 JOSEPH E. HALL, Publisher. WADENA/ WADENA CO., MINN.| NEWS NOTES THE Globe-Democrat, of St. Louis, paid twenty per cent, profit on its stock last year. THERE are 12,000 persons who are proud because they are decended from Peter Burhans,who came from Holland in 1860. A BUND girl has outranked all her seeing competitors in the high school of Portland Me. FIRST Assistant Postmaster General Tyner, of Indiana, is straight, with thrown back shoulders and with gray hair. THE lord mayor of London gives a bond of $50,000 for the safety of the of ficial diamonds, and of one $100,000 for the safety of the plate. W. H. VANDEKBILT is estimated to have made $80,000,000 last year Jay Gould, $15,000,000 Sidney Dillon, $10, 000,000 Russell Sage, $10,000,000, and Jim Keene, $8,000,000. A BOTANIST says that there are 42,000 different kinds of weeds in the United States. Bloggs says this a typographical error. The year he had a kitchen garden he noticed $420,000 different kinds. JOSH BILLINGS...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 12 February 1880

-i f'" pfi ANOTHER CAPT. KIDD. How Marble Hunted aU His Life For a Pirate's]Treasnre. Boston Journal. The seriqus illness of Edward D. Marble, (he proprietor of Dungeon Bock, was noticed in this paper a few days ago, and now the most serious ap prehensions of the case haye been re alized in the death of Mr. Marble yester day afternoon. Mr. Mitrble was forty nine years of age at the time of his «... death,' and he has spent the greater part of his life since he was twenty years of age in excavating Dungeon Gave in search oZ the buried treasure in the shape of coin, which it is claimed was the property of Thomas Veal, a pirate, whowas entombed alive with his trea sure at the pirate's dungeon, or at Dun geon Bock as it was called, in the year of 1658. A great earthquake occured in New England in the above year, and the shock is said to have loosened the 'toprock over the cavern where Veal lived, and caused it to be crushed down into the mouth of the cavern, and there by inclosing the u...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 12 February 1880

•IK Vh: i. fc'-. vs- JfoHTHERJ* p/CIFIC FAR^E^. •VTICIAL PAPER OT WADENA COUNTY. J. £. HALL, Editor anil Propietor. ISSU2D EVERY THURSDAY MORNING WADENA. WADENA COUNTY. MINNEfOTA. RATBS IH ADTAWCX On* eopy one year, six months $1.50 80 AL.L. ABOUT. Glyndon has a first-class dramatic organization. B. C. Tiffany Las been Register of the new Land Grand Forks. appointed Office at Fargo has probably more young married folks than any other town of its size in the country. A very fa vorable indication that young men "do well" in that city. W. S. Tallant, clerk in the U. S. Land Office at Fargo, was married on the 4th to Miss Jennie Stillwell. Mr. Tallant is a popular jToung man and we are glad to see he has made some one liapgy. Horace Tnompson, the late lament ed President of the First National ink will probably be succeeded by Mr. Angus, the banker of Montreal and maaaging director of the St. Paul Minneapolis & Manitoba railroad. Hon. J. Q. Burbank, an ex member of the legislature of...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 12 February 1880

A E W A BOOMS Having received a'rerj fine new JOB PRESS We arc "better than erer prepared fo fill all orders in our line. All kinds of •TATEMENTS, BALL TICKETS, BALL PROGRAMS, CALLING CARDS, CARDS, PARTY INVITATIONS. CIRCULARS, LETTER HEADS, BILLHEADS, HAND BILLS, ETC.} Eiccntei Promptly aai My. We hare recently received many newand elegant job typee and will guarantee our work to bo* fully equal to that ol St. F&ul or Minneapolis, i) ffMIOMY NEATLY BOUND. BXkA We have a full stock of blanks, in eluding School District JBonds, Mar riage Licenses bothi-plain and orna mental, Justices dockets, aonveyan cea, mortgages, etc. AT THE Mnrw^r Herron & Kepnart, General Iron Carriages, wagons and Sleighs, And Repair all kinds of Machinery t*LOW Repairing snd IiOIlSE SIlOEuiG W' vA Specialty. n. WADENA, JMC" Work Done in all Braiichci. Hal for Sale at BLUFFTON, MINNNESOTA. DET GOODS1 lOTIOKS, BOOTS ani SHOES, GROCERIES 111 PROVISIONS fRklM,! Chain jBc^ttcKii. HABSVARE, STOVES at TMARE,...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 12 February 1880

Mr* HELEN OF TYRE." HEXRY W. LONGFEfiLCNy. What pbanf mi is this that appears Through the purple mists of the years, Itself but a mist like these A woman of clond and of fire It is she it Is Helen of Tyre, The town In the midst of the seas! O Tyre! in thy crowded streets The pnantom appears and retreats. And the Israelites, that sell Thy lilies and liocs of brass. Look up as they see her pass. And murmur Jezebel!" Then another phantom is seen At her side, in a grpy gabardine. With beard that floats to his waiat It is Simon Nagns, the Seer He speaks and she pauses to heai The words he utters in h«ste. He says: From this evil fame, From this life of sorrow and shame, I will lift thee and make thee mine! Thou hast been Queen Candace, And Helen of Troy, and shalt be The Intelligence Divine!" Oh, sweet as the breath of morn, To the fallen and forlorn Are whispered words of praise. For the famished heart believes The falsehood that tempts and deceives, And the promise that betrays. So she...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 12 February 1880

«W5 HORRIBLE ACCIDENT. I flI., W a a a S Her Parents Seriously. still takes the lead for the cure of cough** 1 Chicano Tribune Jan. 27. and then peeped out from the scorched and swollen eyelids, which were visible through small apertures in the mask, and, through a larger opening, the blackeiled nostrils, the' blistered and parboiled lips, andv a small tuft of |ipged beard. It was plainly to be seen at the patient was suffering tortures I electric lamp by means of incandescent eyond description. But a moment I carbon." later, when an attendant entered and spoke a few kind words to him, the heart of a father overcame the intense pain, and the stinging burns gave way to a grief-stricken heart. His only child had just died in the female ward above. I only thing that will give perfectly Wealthy natural The little one was burned beyond all •ctfon to these two orgaDs.-ifun« Farmer.. power to save, and the mother, herself suffering from horrid burns, breathed easier when she knew the littl...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
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