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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 17 January 1884

A OUR UAtUNIBSD .a «od patron*. that they l«\ve now Th!rA Street, O) 0) fl) r.\ I -mm dix. JKrer I?ronglit to this MnrkeW (PoKsirting of STYLISH DOLMANS, CLOAKS, SACQUES, JKRSKYS, SHAWLS. FURS, FAKCY GLOVES AND MITTENS. Oar lino of Dress Goods is both NEW AND B&AUTIFUL. W# especially invite attention to outline of Gilbert and Basket Flannels Ve Mitir»d we offer njHei«I bargains' in those goods. We Extensive Line of Ladies' Neckwear, Ribbons, LACKS, FAKCY II05IKRY, NUBIAS, HOODS, LKGGJNS Also the Celebrated BALL'S SPIRAL STRING CORSETS, ETC. FOR THE FIRST TIME, WE NOW OFFER A HEARTY WELCOME TO ALL, AND SQUARE DEALING Don't forget the place Co. Front and Third Sts. No Trouble to show Goods. Gentlemanly clerks always in attendance. BAUMBAGH & MEYER. CLOTHING! •V TRUXKS.TRATELIXG BAGS, VALISES, ETC., ETC., All very shenp. Come nnd see us and be convinced of the fact that what we eay is true, at the to their ninny Htdbfey JLiae of Carpets, $o Cheap that all may purchase. Also, Oi...

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. — 24 January 1884

Vol. VI. 1 'M K^ 01 01 O sin 1 38' •-•Business Cards. ff AD19A. POST 0TFI01. OF** fROM MT*. Jf. TO «»». *. «M4»y» fctt«12». Ul p. B. ... *ol«* *a«t mt 11 ft. m. Vril »lo«M. going Waat *t l»llclose*for Farina Falliat Mail cImm for Parkerf Prairie M*d*y» aadTkandftjreat Mall elom for innan Saturdays at m. Mali eleee* for Hugtford Friday! at..... 1:00 p. •». Forlegn an I Oomaetle Momjt Noteecan keobtaiaed la. 7:47 a. ». W. 8:02 a. m. la. 8:23 a. m. le. 8-.4U a. m. to. 8*5 a. m. la. 9:99 a. m. fe.10.00 a. m. le.ll 25 a. m. ar.lliiW a. m. -V- Ordara and Postal LOCAL TIKI CARD OF H. B. B. TRAIN! OOINO WW. Ko. 1, Paelfle Kxereas, Daily v.* Ho. a, Mail and Sx»naa. Daily extept Sanday .5:08 p.m. Mo.!», Freight Daily except Sanday,12:#0 m. TKA.IMS OOIH8 CAST. -We.9, Atlantic Kxpreai, Daily 10:69 p. m. «A»*' .•"•"'i.M .. Mt. 3», Freight, baiiy except landay. 12:SO p.m. IMghta No*.», 30,31, aad32 earry pawengera. -Stages every Friday morning at 7 o'elocit for Lookleave Prairie, oonneetiug with ...

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. — 24 January 1884

»-.'& $£5 O o. 0) 0 "5 'V. O E & A A. H. BEREM.AN, Publisher. WADEKA, MINNESOTA EPITOME OF-THE SEWS. Washington Gossip. Secretary Frelinghuysen, ia an interview with a member of the house, said it would be better to eo slow for the present in tbe consideration oi tbe subject of foreign re prisals. The introduction of certain meas ure had already accomplished some good. The secretary waa of the opinion that it wonld be better to wait and see ii the mere introduction of measures wonld not have ,sufficient effect, making actual legislation unnecessary. Sacretary Chandler has reported to the senate hat there were 92 vessels on the naval register in November, 1883. Of these 20 were built previous to the rebellion, 31 during the ftar and 41 since the close of hostilities. The original cost ot the 92 ves-. sels was $40.706 612 repairs, ,$41,200,822. Total ost, $81,997. 434. The repairs exoeed the origisal cost $404,209. Tbe president has appointed the follow ing commissioners to th...

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. — 24 January 1884

f£0 aradSoda, (Attec'Strililfaroie BE BEAD THE BAY. AFTEB' N^V YKAB S. ify MOMI«t»doggish VnStivF*^as LB and aickly Tolive and to breathe is a lMr«. My head weighs a ton and a quarter, By patnauind by p&Kgi ever split, WMot n^fold|wy^nga wjtlMrater Jly longing of thirst are unlawful, And viiiito console or control. The aroma nf codes la awfol, RepaMhtil the sight ofthe roll. I t|kl my matutinal journal, And atriT# my doll wits to en«ag«, But can not endufe the inferaa) Bharp craok oi its page. .What bad luck my soul had bedeviled What demon of spleen and'of' spite, That 1 rashly Went forth, and 1 rereled -In riotous living last night? Had the ftomctof thegobletuo odor w' That welLmight tepuise or restrain? thau art golden of gleam as the That smfled era ttopidal sdtl, 6 daughter of BAcohnsi the onmniet, SDmraer A foainer, a Volatile todi titlt thy troth Is a sercfent that hisses* Ana thy goM as a balefire ddth shire Ahd thaJotera- who rise front thy kisses ..Ik ttni. Can walk a ...

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. — 24 January 1884

•SESBSSSSr-: Thirl o» I 0 BACMBACH & MEYRR beg imrc to say to their many ami patrons. that they hare BOW OI hand DM mOtft and Elegant Jfiver Brought to this Market, Consisting of STYLISH DOLMANS, CLOAKS, SACQUJES, JERSEYS, SHAWLS, FURS, FANCY GLOVES AND MITTENS. Onr line of Dress Goods is both NEW AND BEAUTIFUL. We especially invito attention to onr line of Gilbert and B-ieket Flannels be assured we offer spccial bargains in these goods. We also have an Extensive Line of Ladies' Neckwear, Ribbons, LACES, FANCY HOSIERY, NUBIAS, UOODS, LEGGINS Also the Celebrated BALL'S SPIRAL SPRING CORSETS, ETC, FOR TBS FIRST TIME WE NOW OFFER A HoUy of Remember, We OUR MAMMOTH STOCK, UARANTESD. So Cheap that all may purchase, Also, OU Cloths, Mats for Stoves, Bed blankets, Flannels, Etc,, Etc. canont enumerate bat a very small portion ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR Men's, Boys', and Children's Clothing, IIATS, CAPS, AND GENTS' We have the Lnrgost nwl Brft Selected Stock between Brainerd and Fnr We m:ike ...

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. — 31 January 1884

Vol. VI. No. 37. 1 A Business Cards. Vr BNA. OPEN PROM 7:30 A. M. TO 8:30 P.M. .Sundays from 12 m. to 1 p. m. Mill cloths, iroi iT Ki»t 11 a m. and 8:10 p. m. Mail To-n'r West at 8Mp.ni. til for P«,-.r.|s (II- at 4 31a.m. Mail foi- Parkers Prairia Moiwlays bo1 Ti lradiyavt ..9 00*. m. c'osio for I»n»n Sat-ird-^ygat 6-30a. m. Moil cloia-f Hertford Fridays it 1:00 p. m. Fo-lcg'ian nmasrie Mmy Orlsrs nd Po«t»l Notei enn ba cbtiined ut thlx offl*n. GILES PEAKK, P. M. L00&L TIMB 0ARD OP N. B. B. TRAINS OOINO WK8T. 4N0.1, Pielrtc Kxnres*, Dailr 4:65 a m. Ho.'!, Mail HIKI Express, I ally except Sunday 6:08 p. m. Ma. J3. Pr.'i^ht D\ily i-xc-pt Sitiday,12:50 m. TRAINS OOIKO BAST. Ko.2, Atlmtic Eipress. Daily 10-69 p. nt. •U). 4, Mail and Express. Dally except Svinlny 11:30 a. r». Mo. 39, Freight, Daily except Sand ly. 12-50 p.m. Freights No*. 29,30,31, and32 carry passengers. Stages leave every Friday morn Inst at 7 o'clock tor Lon* Prairie, conneutiug with the Sauk Cen tre Northern Rail...

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. — 31 January 1884

ffstntter. A. H. BEBBMAN, Publisher. WADENA, MINNESOTA, New Brunswicker's luxuriated last week with a themometrical record of 52 below zero. About the present time when we are gathering our winter ice crop, the farmers of Australia are sweltering in the heat of their harvest, fields. The winter season in the Northern half ol the world is the summer season in the Southern half. The great international exposition of the products of forty nations, mostly at tended by natives, which has been run ning in Boston for the last four months is to be -removed to Chicago, and will doubtless attract visitors from ail sections of the west. Rev. Joseph Cook is unable to name more than five American newspapers that he could recommend a foreigner to read. Mr. Cook's sympathy to Ameri can newspapers grew out of their criti cism of his public utterances. Had the newspapers uniformly praised him he would have liked them better. Winter is more than half over. The days are growing longer and spring will ...

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. — 31 January 1884

1 A NOVEIi. A moon, a sky, A mountain high, A lane Some trees, some grass, A youth, a lass, A cane, A Smile, and sighs, And drooping eyes, Alack! An arm, a wrist, A Eqaeeze in fcasi« A smack, A church, an isle. Borne folks in style, Aside A vow, a band, A bridegroom, and A bride, A tenement, .-jf Topflon cheap rent, Not ali ^Ten childxen gay, Who l»ve to play, And bawl. I —New York Mercury. MAEY'S LOVE ROMANCE. In the drawing room at Heathcot, in jhe gray September twilight, Mary Mor adith and Felix TrafTord sat engaged in earnest conversation. "I really can not see any cause for your despair, dear Felix. Have I not told you how dearly I love you? No freak oWer on earth shall ever force me to niv plighted troth to you. Have you no confidence in me?" "All confidence Mary know you will b«ttrue to me." /"Then what is your fear?" "Everything. Youareyonnsand beau tiful, the rich Mr. Meredi h*nenly child, "vavhile I atn a poor clerk in the house of the Meredith Brothers, with nothing but ...

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. — 31 January 1884

p* A mountain A lane Bome trees, some grass, A youth, a lias, A cane, A smile, and sighs, And drooping eyes, Alack! Ail arm, a wrist, A squeeze in hast? A smack, A church, an isle, Borne folks in style, Aside A vow, a band, A bridegroom, and A bride, A tenement, Top flow cheap rent Not ali Ten childx en gay, Who love to pl3y, And bawl. —New York Merciiry. MARY'S LOVE ROMANCE. A In the drawing room- at Heathcot, in the gray September twilight, Mary Mer edith and Felix Trafford sat engaged in earnest conversation. "I really can not see any cause for your despair, dear Felix. Have I not told you how dearly I love you? No ootfer on earth shall ever force me to break niv plighted troth to you. Have you no confidence in me?" "All confidence Mary know you will b4true to me." /"Then what is your fear?" "Everything. Youareyonngand beau tiful, the rich Mr. Meradi li'rfenly child, While I am a poor clerk in the house of the Meredith Brothers, with nothing but an unsullied reputation, some brai...

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. — 31 January 1884

VyV.- tion,a*jl, will sou yoa ^AVMAACH A MfiTER beg leave to mj to th«ir many friend* and patrons. that they kare now on hand die moat Complete and Elegant Stock ^*8- Brought to thia Market, Consisting of STYLISH DOLMAXS, CLOAKS, SACQDES, JERSEYS, SHAWLS, FURS, FANCY GLOVES AND MITTBNS. Oar line of Draw Georfs is both NEW AND BEAUTIFUL. We especially invite attention to onr line of Gilbert and Basket Flannels be assumed tve offer spcciai bargains in these goods. We al*o have an Extensive Line of Ladies' Neckwear, Ribbons, LACES, FANCY HOSIERY, NUBIAS, U00S8, LEGGINS Also the Celebrated BALL'S SPIRAL SPRING COBS JETS, ETC. FOR THE FIRST TIME WE NOW OFFER A Mdbfey Xiae df iarpets, So Cheap that all may purchase, Also, Oil Cloths, Mats for Stoves, Bed blankets, Flannels, Etc., Etc. Remember. We canont enumerate but a very small portion ef •OUR MAM .HOT II STOCK, But w6 cordially iavite inspection' kuowin if you come to examine you will surely buy When yon can buy the BEST goods the CHE...

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. — 7 February 1884

iusiness Cards. SNA m-v or: Min ci -I .« -v, .r* 1 1 *1*'. I* ii •r-'-l 11 oi for f'lvn £3 WTT, i«. 7 0 *, -'ey-7: & H. i. "3 k. 7:47 it il 17- I. 14 .*.• 6:? 8:-) .i :n 1c. 3 .". II. ill Li le. 9 i. m. 11 a. in. in. All Work wi 11 7 3*» :r. to 8.10 t'r,.iu in. '1 M. in. V.- 11 :l -x LY ilr Vi r» n» vv st -'t SI'ip.ni js 11. 4-3 .1. .k is Prai.ls lixiay* 9 00 *. m. it--1 v*at 6-31 'i. nil 1 'i II- r»r vl Ki-klf.-s -t l:"fl p. m. i' 1 i-i «ri: »-i -v Or law in 1 P.stal .Mil b. .ilitriin.-d iit tlii- ofli CI'.W* PKATCV. M. Lorn. '?W, n\ao o? at. k. a. 1 vims NO \r:s\ No. 1, r-'-H.: Kx').- s*. rail 4:55:» m. JT. •!, ri'i K: n-si. ally except Su'iCv. R:03 p. to O 5 in INS GOING KAST. No.2, A'lmtic Dally 10 f9 p. 111 No. 4, 11 .isi.l i-J.cprj-s. D.ill.v except !inl.i 11:30 a. 1 NoJj}, 'Freight, O-iilv exuept San -.1250 p.m. 9Vet£lit No.s. 29, 5), 31. !inl cnrry irissinrers. 8ta^#s ls.ivo every Kri lay imrnin* at 7 o'cl«e: for Look -.'ralrn cmeeliu0' with the Sauk Cen­ tra Nortiijrn R...

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. — 7 February 1884

TS "--Tft 3fl*e ffsttmtjer. A. H. BBRBMAN, Publisher. WADENA, MINNESOTA, Buffalo !B the third city of New Yorki which has applied tp itself the civil ser vice provisions of the State actwhich is BOW in ope rati otfm the various .clerical departments of the State government. 3n hunting for the very. last revolu tionary centennial, it has been found that the evacuation of New York did not mark the final departure of the British.as their soldiers occupied some military posts on the Penobscot until along in January* 1784. With the with drawal of these troops the Britfsh occu pation of our soil was terminated, but uo movement looking to the celebration of the event is yet chronicled. When every member of the Senate was allowed a private secretary at the expense of the-government, it was pre* dieted that the House would follow suit, and pay for 320 Secretaries to members of that body. The, scheme was actually broached but laid over temporarily. In the meantime the members heard from the p...

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. — 7 February 1884

•V. J*-" A'BUR6IiAB»8 CHAT. Enterprising Housebreaker and ipu Victims—S^de Lights on a Dark Art. Prom flue Boston Herald. "Never kiH a man save in self defense et caught rather than drop a man," was the prudent motto of a celebrated cracks man. ''It is only the tyro of the bung ier who flourishes revolvers and quickly ippeals to the bludgeon." "What is the prime quality in your business?" "Nerve—nothing else." "What is the best method?" "Boldness. Many a job have I done right before the eyes of the people done it as though it was the regular thing and I was just where I ought to be. I have had my pal taking things out of a house when a couple of cops were walking by, md stood with a pencil in mv hand keeping tally of the things. They thought itwasall right,as I looked rightat them. I tell you a fellow wants to keep perfect ly cool and know what he is doing and what he is coing to do every time. "The right kind of men are somehow lacking. Tbey are either too timid or too rough. It wa...

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. — 7 February 1884

1 ip-UL •Vi- li ivf the Largest and F- W in ke 'll IJL^I ti •. fml V7 I sell 11 kiivl Street, roceries •MiAi 4! V-f'V I^W Jr*" -,- & MEYER bog leave to say to tbeir many 'friends and patron*. that they have now on baad the most ete and Elegant Stock Kroi- Hrong!it to this Market, Consisting of STYLISH DOLMANS, CLOAKS, SACQttES, JERSEYS, SHAWLS, FURS, FANCY GLOVES MITTENS. 0*r line of Dreas Goods is both NEW AND BEAUTIFUL. t- 1II3* invite attention to our line of Gilbert mid B-trket Flannels bo :iRsu:rI trc otTor H]Kcii«l barurniiiK iu these goods. We «l*o hnTe mi ixtsnsiye Line of Ladies' Neckwear, Ribbons LACES, FAJfCY IIO-IEItY. NUBIAS, I100DS, I.EGGINS Also the Celebrated BALL'S SPIRAL SPRING CORSETS, ETC. FOR Tns FIRST TIME\ WE NOW OFFER So Choap that all may purchase. Al3&, Oil Cloths, Mats for Stoves, Red blankets, Flannels, Etc,, Etc. ?r*rsta.Wo caMout eitiin8r«te but a very tjnall portien mt 1- Jt MAMMOTH STOCK, But fro cordially iarite inspection •iiuo'.vias, if yon...

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. — 14 February 1884

tK .? 0) mm Business Cards. •V V^SSA. -T3 OPEX FROM 7-30 A. M. TO 9 30 P. K. '•md from. 12 m. to 1 p. a. M* 11 1-9---, zfii'.r Kaxt at ,|o9-« 11 m. «d S:»»n. Mall c! ». rrnin" \fest at S-!Mp.m. ill "lofl for F-r»ii» Full.-- it 4:39 a. t*. Mail tlise* for INrkers Prairie Mon«lays •mlThirsd^vsvt ••flfta. m. 11*11 6*80s. for lwn»nSat'iv,l',y»at Mall close* for H»rtr«Td m. lVid*vs ft 1:00 p.m. Fori 'g iuii 1 Tvm%stli Moner °rlor8 »tal Notvs can be obtained Ht thl* efflop. HtMS PKAK". *. v. 1.10 TIMS 0AR0 0? S. R. R. TRAINS flOtSO W"3T. No. 1, Pieiflc Kxnrea*. Dnil.r... 4-C5 a ra. Ho.: Mail ind RXI-RMS, MSundayFreight B.*, olly except P- w. Dilly oxept Sinday,12:j0 in. rRAIMS OOIKO CAST. No.2, Atlantic JSxprcts, Daily „10:A9'p. m. No. 4, Mull axd Express. Dully txc«pt 8anday 11:30 a.m. No. 30, Frsight. Dally except Sunday, 12 60 p.m. Freight* No*. 59,30,31, and 32 carry ««-vrs. Stages loare every Friday morning at 7 o'eloek for Lou% Prairie, connecting with tfce Sauk Cen tre Northern Rai...

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. — 14 February 1884

TKv,-~:c-v^ .J *•.?' 'J*' 0) O) 0) J* -j •.'\#: *r* ffsmtw*. A. H. BEREttAN, Publisher. WADENA, MINNESOTA. In former years many Northwestero-i ers have fled to Florida for "winter, recreation, but this season the tenden cy is towards New Orleans, 'where there are better accommodations and a vast deal more to engage the attention of tourists. New Orleans in winter is as gay as Paris, and invalids find abundant sources of amusements not to be-found at other southern resorts. JSi' Henry Villard has written a touching letter to the Chamber of Commerce of St. Paul in response to an official ex pression of high personal application and of sympathy in his misfortunes. The grateful act of the Chamber was fully appreciated. It was an instance, somewhat rare, of bending sympatheti cally over a prostrate man, instead of kicking him. It pays to do such things in the long run—both in this world and in the world to come. Beecher was charged in a newspaper with visiting Mrs. Langtrys's perform anc...

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. — 14 February 1884

A TRIUMPH OF I0YE. Yon must, Allie." "Bat, mother—" "Bat, my dear child, you need a holi day, and Lettie will expect you." "How can I leave you mother?" And Allie Wentworth knelt down by her mother's chair, and laid her head against the arm. Mrs. Wentworth stroked the soft w^tyovnlurir framing the delicate pale face, her eyes full of fondest love. "Foolish child! Do yoa expect to be always so devoted to your old worn out mother?" she said, a quiver in her voice. "Yes, indeed I do and yon must not talk about being old and worn out. We M»ill grow old together." Her mother smiled. »». "Well, but that need not prevent the holiday. Martha will take care of me. You milst go, dear. I command yoa!" "Then 1 must obey," said Allie, a bright smile flashing over her face. She was not exactly a pretty girl but one who would be attractive and lovable through age as well as youth, for tfte loveliness of her nature. She had once cherished bright dreams of love and happy marriage, like other girls b...

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. — 14 February 1884

Mn A, .||il|^ .''' -V mm THE "SAPIUACH 4 tion. and will tell you HETER tag tam to any to Mr and patrons. that thej bare now oa hud DM most Complete and Elegant Stock Hdb% A 'Em Brotight to this Market, Consisting of STYUSH DOLMANS, CLOAKS, 8ACQHES, JERSEYS, SHAWLS, FURS, FANCY GLOVES AND MITTENS. Oar lint of Draai Good* it both NEW AND BEAUTIFUL. Ws especially invite attention to oar line of Gilbert and Basket Flannsls be assured we offer spccial bargains in theae goods. We alto have an Extensive Line of Ladies' Neckwear, Ribbons, LACES, FANCY HOSIERY, NUBIAS, HOODS, LEG GINS A ho the Celebrated BALL'S SPIRAL SPRING CORSETS, ETC. TOR TEE FIRST TIME, WE NOW OFT MR tAm So Cheap that all may purchase, Alto, Oil Cloths, Mats for Stoves, Bed blankets, Flannels, Etc., Etc. Rcmcmlui', We canont enumerate bat a very small portion OUR MAilDlOTii STOCK, But wo cordially invite ftaatpection fcaoiriof, if you com to examine you will Merely buy When 3*on can l»uy the BICST gooda the CHEAPEST. A ...

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. — 21 February 1884

Vol. VI. No.40. Business Cards. WV.iBNA P09Tf 'FTT'TRj. OPSX FROM 7:30 A. M. TO 8-30 P. M. Sunday* from 12 m. to 1 p. m. Mull eloai*, zoina Kirt it 11 a m. ami 8:M' p'. in WaU oItso*. Tom? Wtst at 8:»» p. m. M-iil for F'T?'.!* FnlN at 4:31 a. m. Mail closes Tor I'nrkers Prairie Mon.lay* andTlnirsdiya-t 9 00 a. in. TW»it !os?» for Ins»!«n?fttnHiy»at F. C. m- Mali closes for iWtP'rd Fridays ft 1:°" m- ForlegnS'i T)ome«tia Mon9y Ore-s m:t P.stal Not«* can be cl.ttilni.il at thi- offlcc. CILKS PEAKE. P. M. LOCAL TIME CAR!) OP N. R. R. TRAINS OOTNO WWF. No. 1. PncJflc Kxpresn. Tail^ 4:55 a m. Jtn. 3, Mall ami Er»re*s. I'ally except Sunday.... !:08 p. m. Mo. 39, Freight Dally oxc^pt Sunday,12:50 in. TKA.TK3 'GOING EAST. No.2, Atlantic Express, Dailv 10:50 p. mi. No. 4, Mail nvtl ttxprexs. Dally except Snnriar 11:30 n.-n. No. 30, Freight, Daily except Sanday. 13:50 p.r.i. Freights Nos 52, 30,31, nnrt32 carry in#«?nrers. Stage.-? leave every Friday mornlns? at 7 o'clock for Lorvz Prairie, c...

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. — 21 February 1884

,4P& *"IW' r* TOe ffatftt***. A. H. BERES4AN, Publisher. WADENA, MINNESOTA More than 4,500 bills, mostly of a pri vate nature have been introduced into the house. Less than 200 have been acted on by committees and reported to the house. The fate of a vast majority can be easily guessed. They mil go to the tomb, unwept, unhonored and un sung. The shame of so much buncombe business rests upon representatives and their gullible constituents. The terrible floods now devastating the river valleys below, are attributed in a great measure to cutting down the forests adjacent to the river banks. There is no difference of opinion on this point. Had a reasonable area of forests been allowed to remain all the snow of a winter would not have been melted by a few rainy or sunny days and precipitated into a common reser voir insufficient to retain it within its banks. The value of imports of silk goods in 1883 was $32,305,236, of which $18,140, 227 was during the last half of the year under t...

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