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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 13 December 1883

M* p..-?g@ f'^ «a? & a4V*5^y( t*&>_V» A No I a* "&t* ... REGULATOR! ji ^AUMBACH A METER beg leave to My to their many friends and patrons, thdt they b(ive now on hand Ike most Ever Brought to thra Market, Consisting of STYLISH DOLMANS, CLOAKS, SACQUJ5S, JERSEYS, SHAWLS, FURS, FANCY GLOVES AND MITTENS. Oar lino of Dress Goods is both NEW AND BEAUTIFUL. V\ especially invite attention to our line of Gilbert and Basket Flannels he assured we offer spccial bargains in these goods. We also have Extensive Line of Ladies' Neckwear, Ribbons, LACES, FAXCY HOSIERY, NUBIAS, HOODS, LEGGINS .r^' Also the Celebrated BAIL'S SPIRAL SPRING CORSETS, ETC. FOR THE FIRST TIME, WE NOW OFFER ®e So Choap that all may purchase, Also, Oil Cloths, Mais for Stoves, Bsd blankets, Flannels, Etc., Etc. Hemsmber, We canont eaniaarate but a very small portion of Ol MAMMOTH STOCK, JBtit wa cordially invite inspection knowing if .you coma to examine you will suxeiy buy When you can buy the BEST goods th...

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. — 20 December 1883

I: rf' 4. 7 Vol. VI. No. le. 7 0') a. m. ]«. 7:05 a. m. to. 7:38 a. m. le. 7:47 a. s». ^1#. 8:02 a. m. lo. 8:23 a. m. 3. 8:40 a. m. le. 0-.&9 a. m. )«. 9:22 a. m. *.10:00 a. m. le.ll :25 a. m. •/i$.ll:30 ». 0) O) a. MM a *5 31. Business Cards. AT ADEN A P09T| OFFICE. or EH FROM 7:30 A. M. TO 8:00 P. M. Ssnday* from 12 m. to 1 p. m. Mall close*, going Kant at 11 a. m. and 8:30 p. m. Mall closes. coin? West at .M® P Hail elow* for Fergus Fall* at -4:30 a.m. "Mall closes for Parkers Prairie Mondays and Tlinrsdnyait Mall closes for Iirnwn Saturdays at ®:W*. m. Mall clones for Hnrtford Fridays at 1:00 p. m. Forlegu a ml Domwtie Money Orders and Postal Nates can be obtained at this office. QILKS PEAKE. P. M. 1 R. R. LOCAL TIME CARD OP N. TRAINS GOING WtST. .4:55 a m. Daily except ...B:09 p. m. Ho 1. Pacific Express, DaNy "So. 3, Mail and Express. Ho."a®da^rffiiht Daily except Sanday, 12:50% m. TRAINS QOIKO EAST. •*o.2, Atlantic Express, Daily en 10:W) Ho. 4, Mail and Express. Daily P-...

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. — 20 December 1883

.ff smite*. A. H. BBREMAN, Publisher. WADENA, MINNESOTA •i —=e EPITOME OF THE SEWS. Washington Gossip. Senator Sabin, chairman of the R^publl can National committee. Secretary Martin and John G. New are the committer of ar rangements for the Chicago convention. They have already decided that the next convention shall not be hampered by such a crowd as filled the immense ilenea on the last occasion. Then aorit inodations were providdd for about 15,000. Ir Ms been decided to limit the seats in the ea riea to about 3.000. The body of the ball must give room for 826 delegates and the same number of alternates. It is the purpose of the committee to partition off such a part of the exposition hall in such a w. as to afford room for the platform, the space required in front of it for the nr^ss, the delegates and alternates and t' gallery room included. This will allow a.total at tendance of about 5,000. The ohj ct is to Fravent such interruptions and wild scenes as resulted from so immense...

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. — 20 December 1883

-J knowing, cwpqll. *EA1Y-MAPE $A^ftjj|!ACH & MEYER beg leave to My to their many friends and patrous. that they have now on hand the mofct Complete and Elegant Stock if Goods ?s Jfirer Bronght to this Market, Consisting of STYLISH DOLMAN'S, CLOAKS, SACQUES, JERSEYS, SHAWLS, FURS, FANCY GLOVES AND MITTENS. 0*r line of Dress Goods is both NEW AND BEAUTIFUL, •specially invite attention to our line of Gilbert and Basket Flannels he assured we offer special bargains in these goods. We also have an Extensive Line of Ladies' Neckwear, Ribbons, LACES, FANCY HOSIERY, NUBIAS, IIOODS, LEGGINS Also the Celebrated BALL'S SPIRAL SPRING CORSETS, ETC. FOR THE FIRST TIME, WE NOW OFFER A Sobby XJae of Carpets, So Cheap that all may purchase, Also, Oil Cloths, its for Stoves, Red blankets, Flannels, Etc., Etc. Remember, We canotit enumerate bat a very small portion of OUR MAMMOTH STOCK, But we cordially iuTite you come to' examine you will surely buy When you cau buy the BEST goods the CHEAPEST. ...

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. — 20 December 1883

li •A, "3* BANQ-UP THE B&BT'd STOCKING. Hang tip the baby's stocking, vt Be sore you don't forget, The dear, little dimpled darling Henever saw Christmas yet Bnt I've told him all about it, And he opened his big bine eyes, And I'm. snre he understands it, He looks so fnnny and vise. Dear! what a tiny stocking, It does'nt take much to nold Such pink toes as baby's 'V. Away from frost and cold. Bat then, for baby's Christmas It will never do at all Why, Santa wouldn't be looking For anything half so small. know1 what we'll do for the baby— 1 thought of the very best plan I'll borrow a stocking of grandma, The largest that ever I can And we'll hang it by mine, dear mother, Bight here in the corner, so, And write-a letter to Santa, And fasten it in the toe. Write: "This is the baby's stocking That hangs in the comer here. You never have ieen him Santa, For he only came this year But he's just tha blessedest baby— And now, before you go, Just cram his stocking with goodies, From the ...

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. — 27 December 1883

Business Cards. jfADfiHA POST] OTflOB. -SN FKOM 7:30 A. M, TO 1:10 P. M. tnndey* fro« XI a. to 1 p. m. rolnc fcit »t 11 a. m. end 8_i» p. going Vwt at for *»rfn» Fall# at.„.. .v..A#)* iV CIOMSfor Parsers Prairie mid Thursdays at............ *3" *U clott* for I11 w*nSatnrdiyrat. ••*»». «. SU clwiee for Hartfordrrtdmyi«t ldOpt«». Porlegn and Doaeftle Monf OtdtWMd Postal •U. M»*oMata*•"jffiflf\*M for Long Prairie, eonneetinS 1M sai tt« Northern Railroad. 5ta?ef leave Wadena erer Thnfsiny wt Wrigiit-town and "i-ie, connecting at Parkers Prai jjpr Alexandria. Q.,?.T .i &LOK glLLSEAILsjj# TUfKTABtK W£ST. :«. 7««.a. It. 7 W a. m. le. ?:33 a. m. It. 7:47 a. n le. 8:02 a. m. )e 8:23 a. IB. *. 9:4U a. m. U. K:t5 a. m. !«. g.a a. m. !e.ld:00 a. m. y.il 25 a. m. ir.ll:3j a. a. WABUTA, a Junction, Creek, •niMig, /tela*, CUthersf, BaUltUt^ Maplewood, •Tnlnt felley & Bowker. WADENADRAY i-rtVyloft at the postoffice will receive pr«uptattentiea. Roy C. Ostrander, \\PJiOFESSluNAL SHAVER AND F...

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. — 27 December 1883

w%m- ^.v* int. -[.J i:.^8l J# |9 20 21 -.£!21, ,»»»»•«• «!»..'i V-l 1'!."' 2 a, 1 Hi Mar. 01«'ll.l3 ia-nit5 WiT W Unso il |^!3J2.V»5r27^» Sl»' 3WSJI .' lj Slr3| 4i Jru 2, a 4i r,r» 8 l» 1011 ISlit'U 15'jtt 17 1s 19 C0'2i 22 SI 2t?2T» 2».iWlS8 2# !..i..i..i. .11 H»r. Since the advance'in duties on crock1 ery July 1, tlie American potters have advanced iho price3 0ii common white ware, which the masses use, the duty on which is.55 percent", ad valorom. Vice President Oakes, who is now in Oregon reports as the result of most careful inspection, that the Northern Pacific is in first rate condition and ful ly equipped for doing fifty per cent. mor« than its present business, which is greatly in excess of previous estimates. "Though stocks of nearly all sorts are "iu the slough of despond," the New York Herald says, that ordinary business, this furfifl December is 10 per cent?. greatec$iau last year that money is dirt cheap that goods are moving freely and buyers are "laying in large stoc...

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. — 27 December 1883

'k 8 Of I STOG heap of »*U#+UkK £ne but. &»nta- (JUaa ii^iismased at the yawn mp^i^e baftjffce kjr^fe^t#a riarrQflvjbtfdge tej It from t|fe gaping heel bat the Only laughed i&iit asharp fell idii'e for sueli a etonfev |i trifles au/Mfa€| Bit^, iftlut Ned could lpanion w.is ip a -adit-ion. It' jolly |Hile MP»W tog wouldn't 5*»u awl J[ better^ fWrc hopelef I am afraid ife hetfs on Mftn't i»n« tram far pressure, an' Jicj| ••nt leather boqfe| easier.". rmnch r,doin' (-oots and,' maue the same carcass. okfn^aff ur, as it whole town r'si#*Hyitf»: ovwS^|«p ej^eet' education.. not laiOfir^ phvalc »1 »lth in the. Jitter lteW0fe ^tripX, ferKa tm henrtyaml rj*, bust* a ai€fti|ii||EaqeEinM«S# oaite brwtltf«t Slipper! often the suaf iejnand. Mjf boy* of his Jiiclined to Hlfct» f® in ore, and' ,(ivo toejih for one." ,l Mentally Kcd. was not an imbecile he possessed. a lar^oshare of native .rfcwdnese. Which perhaps stood Jitin In education. v«Biai^^tystander. dul ngt poo aa, wti6n bis |4)i...

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. — 27 December 1883

.^g, if %&&% purchase, tsfor Flannels, &«., When yon fan bnjr ti»» B^^ op^^ HEARTY WELCOME TO TEKD. JL RtF^HfiADQlTARTEB^ FOIL IATS, CAPS, AND GENTS' Sll& t&Skt Bit we eori Cor. Front andThird Sts. =$: Don't for^ithev "r" Rouble to ahote Good*, 0ltt4IJfS OTHINfr!#^ N •s', and CRildren'si Clothing, 1 Best Selected Stock between Braiue ESS A5 »PfcC-5ALTY, give it ftitMiCliliitttaa. iAdams,of Dow eiyuw T.sW. Heathcote and wifft, of'jDH^r Wadcn^fridaj, Emma Johnson Um, With Hrs. Cas^JUddie carte over from MiInor tospend the* beMdaysih W_a- m* *mmk: vi&yitijK.--- AT IBSRBQVLATQR! CLOTHING! Miss Jennie Clayton went to'Br&n* er^, Saturday, to' spend Chfrstmas with her brother and sister-in-law, rs. Fred Clayton. ——a mj&im 3»ristsiaa InWndena. iw&s^ «ud we MW. fcavw duison ABTEOH.. I^^iyion arrived i| t. Their con gWtttlatibD8W«Eenumerou8. Ififts iianra Cogglni, of Deer Creek* spent Cbrietmna in Yfitdena. She was ^he guest i|||rs E. L. Bawes. Mr. and Mrs....

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. — 3 January 1884

-*t-ni ••p# T£*. 3 -*t- ^'%aX a *._ .7 -EE* .4 ^5 S •tfyfii* *. „i*» '•V. I Business Cards. v79LD181!IA POST OWIOE. OPEM PROM 7:90 A. M. TO 8:30 P. 1L Sunday* from 12 m. to 1 p. m. '-Itafl closa", snln* Rait at 11 a n. SjWotes can be obtained ut this otRce. GILES PKAKE, P. M. ,' L00AL TIMS 0AED OF N. s-: TKAIHS OOIMQ WEST.' Ho. 1, Pacific Kxnress, Daily 4:55 a m. Ho. 3, Mall nnd Express, Rally except Sunday ,.5:08p.m. *&<. 29, Freight Dally except Sunday,12:90 m, TttAINS OOIKO EAST. Ko.2, Atlnatic Express, Daily ....10:&9p.m. Wo. 4, Mall and Express. Dally except Sunday 11:30 t.n. 1*0.89, Freight, Daily except Uennlne, Vining, Clltheral, Battle Lake, Mnplewood, Jo. 8:40 a. m. 1% 8.65 a. m. ie. 9*22 n. m. 1*.10:00 a. m. ie.ll:26 a. m. ar.ll:3oa. m. Southwlck, FergUK KnllK, Breckinridge, Wahpeton, E N I S mSSB^ JQ Xj jLiLj2±XKr3fl& «Tflt be in Wadena the first seven days in evei*y month. 'Offlce»ver Bank of Wadena. Third •titreet. IS. W. Thorp. P. V. Coppernoll. THORP &...

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. — 3 January 1884

jf l"" A. H. BBBEM.AN, Publisher. WADES A,. ^TiinesTol I MINNESOTA Both Houses of Congress adjourned on Monday th& 24th oT December until the 7th day of January. Most of the members went to their homes to spend the holidays. The tiroes do not improve and will not until the back of winter is broken. Then there'will probably be a revival of busi ness, but those who dream of such activ ity as. has prevailed for several years past, are likely to be disio pointed. The week or two before Christmas the windows of the New York jewelry stores blazed with diamonds—one ex hibit, which was patroled about by a dozen uniformed Officers and several private watchmen, sparkled with bril liants to the value of §350,000, ai.d the demand for the little sparklers showed that aireat many^eople had money to «nare notwithstanding^ dull times. It is one of the features of the condi tion of Northern P&ciflc securities that the rumor tliat^Ir. Villard intends to get out of ther Northern Pacific en tir...

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. — 3 January 1884

If?* A low, timid Kno^k at our door one ble^k November morning, just be ore ~9jgix aroused ua from our slumbers. 8ilas sprang up, and hurriedly incas mr himself in eome ^arnVents, booq (af ter a whispered conference on the rch) ushered iato the privacy of oar 30in, dimly lighted by a smoldering ood fire, a colored women, with gly marked African eatures. V^ritched her curiously from my pif Jovf as she stopped overtfhe embers, arming her dark, misshapen hands, ardened and toil worn by field la* or. ter face indicated kindness, but wjre subdued expression which touched .jf- jheart and when my little Lucy fwole and needed attention, all the jfnother in her heart blossomed into win •iiingsmiles on bsr homey f.ce and iwai med it into aglow of gentleness and fcpve. So, before I had risen, I had mentally Appropriated her to my own use and comfort, if that appropriation accorded fMlth my husbands views and plans for Ifiis sable protege.* We were passing •fthroueh an experience on the servant...

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. — 3 January 1884

A AT THE REGULATOR 3AUNBACH & METER bog IMVH to MJ to their majr Mend* and patrou*. tliat they have now on haadthemost and Elegant Stock JEver Brought to this Market, Consisting of STTL1SH DOLMANS. CI.OAKS, SACQU-ES, JKRSKYS, SHAWLS, FURS, FANCY GLOVES AND MIJTBKS. Oar Hn© of Dress Good* is both. NEW AND BEAUTIFUL. W«s especially invite attention t6 onr line of Gilbert and Basket Flannels be assnred we offer spccial bargains In these goods. We also have an Extensive Line of Ladies' Neckwear, Ribbons, LACES, FANCT HOSIERY, NUBIAS, HOODS, LEG GINS Also the Celebrated BAIL'S SPIRAL SPRING COSSETS, ETC. FOR THE FIRST TIME, WB NOW OFFER HoMyXiiieef Carpets, So Cheap that all msy purchase. Alto, Oil Cloths, Mats for Stoves, Med blankets, Flannels, Etc., Ete, Rsmembjr, We Canon enumerate bnta very small portion ef OUR MAMMOTH STOCK, Bnt we cordially invite inspection knowinf, if yon come to examine yen will surely buy When yon oan buy the BEST goods the CHEAPEST. A HEARTY WELCOME TO AL...

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. — 10 January 1884

Ui- ft ily I' U: st« to iff Ha fir I ilie !mn hat I fe- Business Cards. ffADBNA POST] OfPIOE. OPEN FROM 7:30 A. M. TO 8:30 P. M. Sundays from 12 m. to 1 p. m. Moll closs*, going Ea»t at 11 a m. and 8-^P Xatl rlw.so\n? West.-it. Jftil for F.-rs'i* Mall close* tor Parkers Praii'ie Momlaj **d Virad\y»t• ®"30». 1 *3 j*| M-'ll -loss for ^saanSatird-iysat. 6 m. Mail -loses for H.irtf«r« Frlditys nt Forbg'i a«l Dim:stic M-vioy Orders mil Postal Kotes can beofctrfntd *»££®e|-AKis, L00AL TIME CABD OP ». B. R. TRArSS GOING WEST. "No. 1, FficJflc Kxnress. Dail,-.. .4:55 a ra. Wo.Mall :mil Kxprras. i'aily except Riii.i'av s:iwp. m. Mo 29, "Freiiiit Daily except Sandiy,12:&) in. rfeXlN8 GOIKO EAST. Co. 2, Atlantic Express, Dailv 10:59 p. ft. 4, Mail .illJ Express. Daily except^ ft Daily except Sunday. 12 50 p.w. Freights Nos. 29.30, 31, an.l 32 carry i»ass?n«srs. Stages leare every Friday P.,?. m0.^^oa^.7,p'cI^k Tor Ltnvt Prairie. connecting with the Sauk Cen tre Northern Railroad. ^hisses l...

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. — 10 January 1884

-w v- 4 O a. /•$ 0) fl jyjk Jib W' r^ jK *Tfh A. H. BERGMAN, Publisher. WADENA, MINNESOTA The Arctic cranks are hard to kill. Tbey haunt the halls of congress and the white house, soliciting ^encouragement •nd financial aid for more fool-hardy ex peditions—but relief for Capt. Greely la the only Bcheme that is likely to be aided. Senator Vest proposes to enlarge Yel lowstone Park to 9,675 square mites and make ita portion of Montana Territory. At present it is apart of three territor ies," Montana, Idaho and Wyoming^ but much the greater portion of it is in Wyoming. The park's present area is 3,575square miles, being fifty-five miles ea3t and west, by eixty-five north and south. Vest's bill proposes to extend its eastern and southern limits each way forty miles, which would make the pars a little larger thaathe state of Ver mont., The sunset glories of the skies at the •ast are frequently mentioned in the newspapers as more lurid and gorgeous than anything of the kind ever before se...

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. — 10 January 1884

THE BASK OF ENGLAND. A Visit to the OlA Liady of Thread needle Street. 1, From the London Telegraph, The old ]ady of Threadueedle street |as been putting her house in order. .^Whether under the influence of a spirit of rivalry engendered by the new build ings and fine machinery of kindred es tablishments on Tower Hill, or whether entirely stimulated by the exigencies oi increased business, need not to be deter mined but the bank of England is just pw the scene of unusual bustle and ac vjtfvity. What is practically a fine new Entrance into the building has been re cently .opened up from Princess street. It has been described as anew doorway It is hardlj* this, however. The door has alwavs been there, and some of the „oiu stagers the establishment can ro xijomber its having been openc'. A good many years ago, however, during some time of popular turmoil, this entrance was practically abolished by building up inside of it a pondtJTous mass of briak-work and masonry. This has been remov...

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. — 10 January 1884

Vt Iw m&m? T, ^AUMBACII «b MEYER befr leave to say to th«ir ruany and patrons, that they have now OR- band tk€,most Jk W®hhj «F. I. Third Street, and Elegant Stock Jfiver Brought to this Market, Consisting of STYLISH DOLMAXS, CLOAKS, SACQUES, JERSEYS, SHAWLS, FURS, FANCY GLOVES AND MITTENS. 0*r lino of Dress Goods is both NEW AND BEAUTIFUL. We especially invito Attention Also, Oil Cloths, Mats for Stoves, Bed blankets, Flannels, Etc., Etc. Remember. We canout euumerate but a very small portion OUR MAMMOTH STOCK., But Wo cordially invite inspection knowiu if you come to examine you will surely bay When you can buy the BEST goods the CHEAPEST. A HEARTY WELCOME TO ALL, AND SQUARE DEALING ARANTEED. Don't forget the place -ts aurD."ba.cli fe I^eyer^ Go. Front and Third Sts. No Trouble to show Goods. Gentlemanly clerks always in attendance. BAUMBACH & MEYER. CLOTHING! friends to our line of Gilbert and Bu-ket Flannels be assured we.offer spccinl bargains in these goods. We also ha...

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. — 17 January 1884

.K .v.V \i It Business Cards, fflDlKl ?03T| 1FFI0B. OPKJf FROM 7:80 A. M. TO 8:0 P. M. 8«n4*y* from W m. ti» lp.m. Mali isloMf, goJiR Ka»* *t 11a Hall •ljtes.goln Wasl: at M-ili elos"1* sar P^rcH* r»IN at «•*.• i. Mall closes for Parkers Prairie Mondays sad Thursday* it ®'®J|a. Ms.ll r'.oas* for Inman Satnnlnys at Jrtall clota« for Hertford Fridays *t liOOp. Karl??! an Domestic Mousy Orlers and Poatal Note, can be obtain *{^*p£AK^ LOOiL TIM'S CARD OF N. R. E. TRtIWSOO!KO WEST. Mo. 1, Pflftc Kxnreas, Dull? 4:55 a la. Ho. S, Mall imd Exsress. Ually arcept Au'idny Mo. M, rrrijrht Daily nsc*pt Siadiy,12:10 in TftAlSS OOIKO EA»T. tfo.t, Atlnntlc Ixprcas, Dallr ...10:S9 p. Mo. 4, Mall and ExpreM. Dully except tfllldsT ».»»#••«•••••••••••••••* 3" /Ho. Freight, Dally except Sund.iv. 12 50 p.m. fmghta Nor 29,30,31. and 32 earry piss n«ei 9ta(w leare amy Friday morning at 7 o'clock for Lins Prairie, conflicting with the Sank Cen tre Northern Railroad. IM** 7 90 Wadena every Monday and THnrsdi...

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. — 17 January 1884

iiStolf •2l' V« •.? gpt* ff»rmjer.« A.H. BKRBB1AN, Publisher. WADENA, General trade is much duller than for several months months past, and there is not much chance of a revival before springl Failures are coming along pretty thick and may be thicker in February when four month's bills mature. A.fter Febru ary there are hopes of better times. Judge Biddle of Philadelphia has en tered a non-suit in the case of a candi date for office who wanted damages foralleged defamatory remarks. Judge Biddle ruled that the plaintiff in offering himself as a candidate invited scrutiny, and the matter referred to was privileged and not libellous in the eye of the law. The chairman of the House Commit tee on Territories says he does not think there will be any bills reported from the committee this session for the admission of any new states. All the traditions of the democratic party, he says, are against the admission bf new states unless they have sufficient population to entitle them to admissio...

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. — 17 January 1884

.-.Y r" NEW MOXHEBHUBJgABD. An a Mother Hubbard bonnet^ With a most bewitching poke. One Horning meta curly dog He w*»of medium size— His eara wfre drooped, his tail was'linift •i' And the tears stood in his eyes. i*. Said Folly to the curly dog: .. "Why do you look so-sad?" "Because," replied he, with a sniff "The times are very bad. "You see," said he, "the streets are full Of little Mother Hnbbards, .Battboagh I've waggel my tail most off, TJLey never speak of cupboards."_ Said Polly Betsey: "Come with me. «s Twould melt a heart of stone! I'll give yail lots of bread and milk, Ana a juicy mutton-bone." She took him home and fed him well His tears were turned to laughter And now, whereyecJBoll-y-goes, *Thfc Kirly dog trots after. —St. Nicholas. THE LITTLE SAMARITAN. Mie3 Mary Jane Ham stood in front oi the imposing brick building used as the school of Rifletown, with an un opened letter, just banded lier by the parsing carrier, in her band. Miss Mary 3$ne bad her little peculiarit...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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