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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 21 August 1884

a 4. a~ UMTOfTHE TESlffira. Aiuul KNtlaff ktUlwlUBitoa]a^9n« tion DJ BZ-OOT. A K. Davla-OanaraJ ProoeaOing*. The Seventh meeting of' officers representing the army of the Tennewee, was held at Lafayette Hotel, Lata Min netonka4 Minnesota. There were many prom inent men present^ -among them G§n. Sher man, Gen. Belknap, and GOT. Bosk of Wiscon sin, and Gea CheUain of Chicago* and a" hoafc of others more or jjeas known to the public. The hotel waa handsomely decorated. On the walls of the room* were potraita of Gens. Sherman, Grant, Thomas and Logon, and also the national shield enclosed in evergreens bear ing the inscriptions: "Corinth." "Nash- lanta," "Missionary Ridge," and '.Ink*." At the business meeting held on the first day Gen. Sherman presided, and CoL" L. M. Dayton acted as recording secl-otary. In calling the meeting to order Gen Sher man delivered the opening address and. read a letter from Gon, U. S. Grint, stating that he was unable to be present, on ac count of his rocen...

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. — 21 August 1884

A %'?£& &33-: -.:''lT:•r CLOTHING! ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR Men's, Boys', and Children's Clothing, HATS, CAPS, AND GENTS' B*urnisliin§ Goods. We have the Largest and Rest Selected Stock between BraJuerd and Fur We make this BUSINESS A SPECIALTY and give it all our atten Won, and will sell you Goods as Cheap as the Cheapest if not cheaper WE CAN FIT THE LARGESTMAN OR THE SMALLEST BOY. We also carry a nice line of TBUKKS, TRAiELWG BAGS, VAUSFJ, ETC., ETC., Alt very cheap. 'Come and see us and be convinced of tUe toot that what we say is true, at the CLOTHING STORE OPPOSITE DEPOT. GOODS TO SUIT THE TIMES, JUST ARRIVED, AT •MaaaaMaaaasaegMaea^iL rn I ua^l mMarnmmmmmrrwmrrmBa 'THE REGULATOR" NO NEED TO CRY 3 TIM BS" For Baumbach Meyer, Ever having the best interests of their customers athea^t Hare Just received the Nobbiest, Cheapest, and Best line of Spring and Summer Goods Ever shown to the people of Wadena and vicinity. Wo a»k especial attention to our lino at DRESS GOODS, Contain...

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. — 28 August 1884

,T—,- ," -«*-5" ""*. 7' ••& X/ Jl .. .,-, -*.^ras£& JSK'^SFE^ .rt^asy: 'iPC^Cv: •'SFv'-^V*' ... bv if' Vol. VII. No. *V 15. Business Cards. fl"ADENA| POST OFFICE. OPEN FROM 7:30 A. M. TO 8:30 P. M. Sundays from 12 m. to l»p. Aluil closes, goinK East at 11 a. m. and 8:30 p. m. Mail closes, go'.ns West at ,',?- WADENA, le. 1:30 p. IU. le. 2:00 p. m. le. 2:25 p. m. lo. 2:50 p. m. le. 3:40 p. m. ar. t:30 p. «u. PAULEY & JOHNSON, WADENADRAY Orders left at tlia postoffice will receive promit attention. Greenlaw Hurst, CONTRACTOR U&.3STO'- IBTTIIJIDIEJIES V' Wadena* Mm*i. «r iiioKiss, •Plain and. Ornamental A S E E Orders lert at the Tailor Shop: will receive Prompt Attention. Wadena, Minn. ATTORNEf AND COUHSELLO AT-LAf NOTARY PUBLIC AN1 Oolleotion A. oxit Office over Bank of Dr.LW.Babcock, Physician _AND— '•*,« p'.™' Mali closcs for Foraus Falls at 11:4oa. m. Mail closes Tor Parkers Prairie Mondays nnil Thursdays-At ^:V 'a- m Mali closes for Ea,'le Bend Saturday at. a. im....

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. — 28 August 1884

a*w*"P2r.- '?V%r^|RW'X'YC' -wo* Brazil is slowly working toward the extinction of slavery. A bill is now preparing by the Government which has that purpose in view. It provides for a tax to be devoted to the emanci pation of the slaves, for the immediate freeing of nil over the age of 60 years, compelling freedmen to labor for theiz own support, ancb prohibiting the trans fer of slaves from one province to an other. A good deal of sarcasm has been wasted on the United States Govern ment for its foil in spending $8,000, 4)00, in the purohase of Alaska. The country named has generally been looked upon as a barren waste, useless for any purpose, but when it becomes known that there have recently been made discoveries of very large deposits of both bituminous and anthracite coal, the tune will likely be ohanged. The coal is described as of good quality, and the quantity almost inexhaustible, judging from surface indications. This fuel will find a ready market along the Pacific coast and...

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. — 28 August 1884

Ll Sl jO isaadCton. rnakMaaboi^« ti« Gon. investigation Democratic party A. G. Pierce (colored) wag noi (JfdenVille for congress in the Third MfcfeMfH pi, or what is known as the "Shoestring" dis trict, by the republicans, defeating* Hoa John B. JefferdSi present representative. It ia thought ex-Gov. James ll Alcorn wiU be the Independent republican candidate. George W. 1/ucas, president of the Young Hen's Democratic club of Dubuqud, and also a member of the executive committee of the Cleveland and Hendricks clnb, sent in his res ignation for the reason that hef intends to sup port Blaine and Ldgari. The club of which he is president, containing 140 young Irishmen, intends td Organize into a Blaine and Logan cluh. Gen. Grant: The letter of acceptance writ ten by Mr. Blaine is a document which all re Eublicans should take a great deal of pride. 1 ave read it over carefully, and I regard it as one of the most remarkable political papers ever written. It is like the writer, frank and 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. — 28 August 1884

f* Eo&i ARK HEADQUARTERS FOR Men s, Boys', and Children's Clothing, HATS, CAPS, AND GENTS' FURNISBING Goods as We have the Largest and Best Selected Stock between Brninerd and JFar. Wem:.ke UiisBtfSlN-ESS^A SPECIALTY'and give it all our atten toon, and will sell you Cheap as the Cheapest E CAN FIT THE LARGEST MAS OR THE SMALLEST BO Y. We also carry a nice line of TRUNKS, TRAVELING BAGS, VALISES, ETC., ETC. All very cheap. Come and see us and be convinced of the fact that what we say is true, at the NO NEED TO CRY For Haumbach Jt Meyer, and Summer Ever shown to the people of Wadctin and vicinity. IVe AKk espetit! aUeuUoato-oarlinc of Our line of STotlons Embraces all the latest novelties in Ladies' Cash mere Shawls, Collars, Ficluia. Laces, Silk Gloves and Iland Ikershicls, Velvet Ribbons in all Che new shades, Embroideries, Torchon Laces, Fancy Hose for Ladies and Children, Etc., Etc. At "Tlie Regulator Cor. of Front and Third Sis. IVadt/ia, Minn. No Trouble to Siiow Goods. CLAY...

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. — 4 September 1884

i' •..U^-» vi,.' *.-•- 1 Vol. VII. N0.16. Business Cards. IFADMJA POST OIVIOB. OPCW ROM 7:30 A. M. TO 8:90 P. (ndiTi from 12m. to l«p. m. lfatl ekMM, going Bast at 11 a. m. aad 8:90 p. m. -a .8:9) p.n. at 11:45a.m. Prairie Heodaya aidnmAv«it 9HW».*. Mall ctoan (or Katie Bend Saturday at.7:30 a. m. Foreign and Domestic Money Orders and Postal Votes can bo obtained at flits office. GILKS PBAKE. P. M. 00 AL TIM1 01BD OF K. E fi. mwi oonra wxrr. No. 1, PactOc Bxprsss, Dally 11:35 m. Ho. 3. Mo. River Express, Daily 4,-03 ». m. Ho. 6. St. P. and Minn.,daily except Son. day, 4:23 p. m. Ho. 39, rreiclit. Daily except Snnday,..12:10 p. m. T.1AINS GOING IA ST. Ho. 2, Atlantic Express, Daily 5:10 a. m. No. 4' St. P. and Minn., express daily 12:04 a. m. Me. 6, Mail nod Acco., Daily except Sunday, 11:12 a.m. No. 30, Freight, Daily except Sunday, 12:10 p.m. Freights Nos. 29,30,31, and 32 carry passengers. Stages leave every Friday moraine at 7 o'clock for Long Prairie, connecting with the Sank Ce...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 4 September 1884

l?ftje ^farmer BEBEMAN-4 WILSON,' Proprietors. WADENA, MINNESOTA Tho recent advance in stocks is at tributed to the unprecedented cheap ness of. money in New York—only two percent, per annum—and it is said that jprod^cjj if .equally. affected ijy the same 'Michigan has suffered a good"deft] from rfqr est fires this year. Much pro perty has been destroyed but thus fa& there h^s bfeep no loss of lives. The Bce^bs of Peshtigo are not likely to be repeated. Oholera has thus far carried off abotil five thousand people in Trance.-. Ifc •would be a high total of victims for any I 'di^pa^o^Luring a single season-in *-ua!SIisMet so^ lii^iited -as thatrtA which the ravages of the cholera have thus far been confined. Considering the fright fulness of.the^diaea^e, both in the sud aeness'of its attack and the agony it causes, the wonder is that the panic in France has not been greatet.. IP f§ur years the railroad directors of the cpuntry, are .believed to haye pumped $200,000,000 of water in...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 4 September 1884

UfUBUOAI €Afl?JU^| & Hon Btew^t Speeoh night thus*condensed the tariff .qije^i brief apace: «p| "I come noTOD the tarifL. And here* do not think the poSfmK of thVtufo parties identical. Each admits (jwsrevenue is necessary.. _Each~ admits that ou£ revenue is largely to be. raised from tariff ob. imported artiol^r (EaeacuSoB thatit womio levy the ta^lj£td\rS£2» American ^ibo^ and American productions. Democracy, htwfever, says that tariffs should ThiS 5' very abb Brooklyn on T^i Alexander Sullivan declined re-election to the presidency of tho American Irish Leagu% to tak^ tije H$jwpp,f0£ BMg w/ f*" A Salt riake City residont writes St. Paul The Scimetar, leading Democratic evening daily of Memphis-$enn.Thas-tafr«rthe "DpOio cratic national tickcit frcun-*thehead «X4t4 col umns, and approves Butler's arraingment of the party. ... .... i. Philetus Sawyer of Wisconsin is credited with sending a $25,000 check to the national wiiii sencung a check to the national ')and necessary. Theo...

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. — 4 September 1884

'Wr. wmt iG front Sr A ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR Men's, Boys', and Children's Clothing, HATS, CATS, AND GENTS' We hare the Largest and Best Selected Stock between Bra nerd and Fur Wean iWsBOSlSESS A SPEC I ALT rand give it all our atten iea, awl-will tell yo« ^^2S Cheap as the Cheapest if not cheaper CAN FIT THE LARGE8 TMAN OR THE SMALLEST BOY. We «l«o carry a nice line of ^MJMltS, tKAVELMffi BAGS, TALISK8, Eft, ETC., T"J efceaj*. Cone and see us and be convinced of the tost that what we say is true. at the CLOTHING STORE OPPOSITE DEPOT, GOODS TO SUIT THE TIMES, JUST ARRIVED, AT 'THE REGULATOR" NO NEEI TO CRY HAR 3D TiaMCESS" for Baumbach & Meyer, JBosr having the best interests of their customers at heart Hate just received the Nobbiest, Cheapest, and Best line of Spring and Summer Goods, Ever shown to tho people of Wadena and vicinity. We a»k especial attention to oar line of DRESS GOODS, Containing the new and beautiful Ottoman Cloths, Cashmeres, Worsted English and French Gingham...

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. — 11 September 1884

I ,, #4 ^v,-v-. -.' tv-. rJ •:. l» Vol. VII. No. a. F.F wurr. H.1M1 p. m. fclfclM.a. 1*.IS:B0». m- 17. Business Cards. WADENA POST OFFICE. OPEN FROM 7:30 A. M. TO 8:30 P. M. 8undayfi from 12 m. to 1#. m. Mail closes, going Eaat at 11». m. and 8:» p. Mall closes, going West at Mail elosts for Fergus Falls at irki .8:30 p. m, 11:45a.m. MaU closes for Parsers Prairie Mondays an Thursday a-Jt 2? a" m" Vail clases tor Eagle Bend Saturday at.7:30 a. ra. Foreign and Domestic Money Order* and Poatal Votes can be obtained at this office. GILES PEAKE. P. M. 00 AL TIME 0ASD OF N. R. TRXIH8 GOIXO WEST. Wo. 1, Pacific Exoresa, Dally 11:36 pm. No. S, Mo. River Express. Dally 4 03 a. m. |(o. S. St. P. and Mlun.,dally except San. day, 4:23 p. m. 2fo, 39, Freicht. Dally except Sunday,.. 12:10 p. m. T&A.INI QOINO KA9T. Ko.B, Atlantic Exprew, Dally MO ».. m. 9o. 4* St. P. and Mlno., expren dally 12:04 a. m. Ho.«, MkU and Acco., Dally except 8undny, 11:12 a.m. Wo. 30, Freight, Dally except Sunday. ...

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. — 11 September 1884

rfc nti & WILSON, Proprietors. MINNESOTA. iff limited States is the richest tewteyitt the world. We have richer WB ni more of them. England does Ml dairn but $40,000,000,000. We nlfhwirl $50,000,000,000 of property in England has been gathering »§1«0. fci'MKh for thousands of years, and we hWB more money than she has, although tb "Is but a little over a hundred years itoce we left her herein the wilderness. Ohio's wheat crop of this year will field 43,982,969 bushels, of excellent quality. This is the largest crop ol the state, except that of 1880, when the yield was 48,540,000 bushels. Tho oat crop will produce 23,893,663 bush els, or about 31.2 bushels to the acre. The barley crop will yield about 1,000, 000 bushels. Corn has suffered from drouth, and is about 70 per cent, of an average orop. Civil service reform meets a good many obstacles, but it continues to gain ground. The Pension Office recently found it nescessary to appoint sixty-five Bxpert examiners to make personal ...

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. — 11 September 1884

REPUBLICAN POLITICAL NOTES. Drawing the Idnt at Hangman. "Mr. Frank Wilkeson—son of one .of thl brisgtteat and moat incisive of the New York joornaliats of twenty years ago, and himself well knodgn for his occasional contributions to the Sun-^concludea a "-spirited protest, ad dressed to tbdESun, against the election of Cleveland,-in this slashing style: "We havo had presidents who begun life on. Mississippi river flatboatsj who sat cross-legged on a tailor's bench, and who drove mu^es, on a canal 4fwpath butrthey assiduously irtrove to rise in life, and to occupy positions in reputahle pro fessionB. It remainod for the Sou them Demo crats, who strenuously insist that they were high-toned gentlemen all, to force on to the Democratic party as its presidential candidate this sordid person, who, having secured a posi tion in the ranks of a learned and honorable profession, descended into the ranks of heads men and hangmen." What the Republican party Has Bone. It crushed our treason and...

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. — 11 September 1884

Main Street, ~f' j-x •-. -Sr-v-! I I I I I I I I I I 1 1 1 tmmt v# ARK I1KADQUASTERS FOR Men's, Boys',and Children's Clothing, HATS, CAPS, AND CENTS' "We have the Largest and Beat Selected Stock between Brainerd aud Far We auk* this BUSINESS ASPEClALTT and give it all our atten tiou, and will sell you Goods as Cheap as the Cheapest if not cheaper H'E CAN FIT THE LARGEST MAS OR THE SMALLEST BOY. We alto carry a nice line of TRUVKI, IWELnrc BAGS, TALISEI, ETC., ETC., AH very elieap. Come and see us and be convinced of the lact that what we any is trne. at the CLOTHING STORE OPPOSITE DEPOT. GOODS TO SUIT THE TIMES, JUST ARRIVED, AT 'THE REGULATOR" NO NEED TO CRY 113 TIMES" JPor Baumbach Meyer, Ever having the best interests of their customers athma Hare just received the Nobbiest, Cheapest, and B«st line of Spring and Summer Goods, fiver shown to the people of Wadena and vicinity. We Mk especial attention to our line at DRESS GOODS, Containing the new and beautiful Ottoman Cloths, Cash...

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. — 18 September 1884

1 Vol. VII. No. 18. Business Cards. WADENA POST OFFICE. OPEN FROM 7:30 A. M. TO 8:30 P. M. Sunday* from 12 m. to l,p. Mall closes, going East at 11 a. tn. and 8:Sfl jt. \Hafl etaes. eoina West *t .8:»l p.m. *»JC for Fergus Kali* at 11:43a. m. Mail closes for Parkers Prairie Mondays nnd Thursdays--it 9:00 a. m. Mail closes for Eagle Bend Saturday at.7:30 a. m. I'w^ig'.i nnd Domestic Money Orders iin Postal Notes can bo obtained ut thin office. GILKS PEAKE. P. M. 00AL TIME CARD OF N. E R. TKAINS 80IN0 WEST. )(fo. 1, Pacific Kxpress,Daily 11:35 i*. No. ^i. Mo. lliver Krprew, Dally 4 03 a. m. Ho. G. St. P. and Miun.,daily except San. day, 4:23 p. m. Yfo. 29, FroiicUt. Daily except Sunday,.. 12:10 p. m. YAAINS GOING EAST. No. 2, A*l:mtii' Kxoress, Daily .V10 a. ni. No. 4' St. P. wild Minn., express daily 12:04 a. m. Na. 6, Mail and Acco., Dally except Panriny, 11:12 a.m. %f«. 3®, Freight, Daily except Sandsy, 12:10 p.m. Freights No*. 29, 30, 31, and 32 carry passengers. Sjtagea leave ere...

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. — 18 September 1884

BEREMAH ft WILSON, Proprietors. WADENA, MINNESOTA. New York aldermen gave away th« franchise of the Broadway surface rail road for no consideration whatever to tne city, though it is suspected that the aldermen were benefitted to the BUIK of $500,000, and it is stated that parties were anxious to pay the city over a mil lion. Of course, there is great indig nation, but the horse is stolen. New York has added 10,000,000 gal lons of water a day to the Crotou sup ply of 98,000,0000. This extra supply comes from a lake that is fed exclusively by springs, and is turned into the Cro fcon pipes after it reaches the city. Over fifty gallons a day to each inhabitant would seem to be more than ample, as it is, but the largest portion is used for public purposes, and waste, which is immense. The late Senator Anthony of Rhode Island, took his seat in the Senate of the United States on the 5th of Decem ber 1859. Of the men who sat in the Senate with Mr, Anthony that day not one is a member of 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. — 18 September 1884

.1 '*K' 'tOWlCJW POUTICili MTES v' Blrrul Xeaaoni. r- lung oadet asks the N. Y. Tribune The Rfipiiblican party trusts the peo •'."toly, as no other pdrty evir has. It J.rHge to sorvo the best interests df .0, with faith that they have the intelr «ce and patriotism to appreciate suchaerv Thus it has represented and obeys, itttt large landowners at the South, nor the pet al tricksters or "bosses" of corrupt cities, the theorists, nor the Millionaires, biit tho le. It has always protected labor. The ab on of slavery Yemovod competition of un ci workors, and elevated all labor. The imosfcvl law gave every industrious man the wer to support himsolf and family Without [londencc upon any employer, and so fixed miit bulow which wages cannot be depressed, the closiro of labor, tho oight-hour law has an liftssed, and tho importation of coolies ihibiteil. Above all, the party has defended jor 1 vj a protective tariff. W h^n £oodn made by pauper labor abroad be Hold here without paying for admi...

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. — 18 September 1884

tion, AMI will sell JOB a**"- Mi tin Street, Coon db Go. AUE HEADQUARTERS FOR Men s, Boys', and Children's Clothing, HATS, CAPS, AND GENTS* F'urnisliing Groods. VV hftv« the Largest and Beat Selected Stock between Bra nerd and Far® We m«k« thisBU^I AWSSjA SPECiALT lr an I give Gooas as Cheap as the Cheapest if not cheaper The firm of Baumbach & Meyer, siring to close business by Jan, 1, 1385, have, in order to dispose of Their Full Stock of Goods, Marked All Goods Down to Cash Prices DEFYING COM PETITION! Our Stock is complete in all departments, having received new Fall Goods suited to thc market. Now is the time to SIOTBi BAR&A IKS. COME AND BE CONVINCE!) That what we say Is true, viz: GOODS WERE NEVER SOLD SO LOW IN WADENA AS THEY ABE NOW AT THE "FiEGrUIjATpri," FIRM OF BAUMBACH & Comer front mntl Third Sis., Wadena9 Minn, Fancy and Toilet Articles, Trasses and Shoulder Braces. AXD 1 E liiife CLOTHING! i% CAN FIT TUE LARGESTMAN OR THE SMALLEST BOY. We also carry a nic...

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. — 25 September 1884

IV -7 Vol. VII. No. 19. Business Cards. WADENA POST OFFICE. OPEN PROM 7:30 A. M. TO 8:30 P.M. Sandays from 12 w. to l»p. n» MAII closes, going East at 11 a. m. and 8:!W p. m. Hall closos. go-as West at -8:-W P• N*II elosa« for Ferens Falls at 11: *•*. Mall closes for Parkers Prairie Mondays find Thursdaysut III* Kail closes lor Ea«le Bend Saturday nt. /:30 ia.'m. Foreign and Domestic Monay Orders sad Postal Vote. can bo obtained Iionri:nc, Vining, Olithernl. Battle Luke, Maplewood, )#. |:40 *. ar.4:3» p. •Trains stop Soniliwick, Fergus Fall«, oiriY on sienal 41. C. KIMBERLY. Snpt. VABENA LODGE NO. 156 A. F. & A. I, F. C. FIELD, Regular Comraun ications held Firs uid Third Friday# in each month. Visiting Brethren cordially invited. E.S. CASE, W.M. Secretary. DR. W. H. BRINLEY, OFFICE AT L. E. STIMEIIOCR'S DRUG STORE. a 2iviC. Surveyor, Civil Engineer, AND— I A N I E A I N E fADENA BILLIARD PARLOR Hi SAMPLE ROOM. Front Strut, Wadena, Minn. A first-clans stock of Wines, Miaeral wat...

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. — 25 September 1884

BBBEMAN & WILSON, Proprietors. WADENA, MINNESOTA. The political campaign is growing more brisk but will not get "red hot" until all the local candidates are in the field. These are relied upon to stir the pot and bring out a full vote. There is greaf complaint of the smug ling of Chinese of both sexes across from British Columbia to American soil. American citizens on the Pacific coast are justly incensed be cause the laws are so scandalously evaded. They area unit in demanding that the Chinese shall go and not re turn. It is said the "oldest inhabitant" does not recollect a more prolonged season of verdure in the northwest than the present. The season began somewhat later than usual, but has been uninter rupted by drouths or frost, and seems likely to last at least a month later. The tobacco crop of this country," which in 1864 was but 197,000,000 pounds, promises in 1884 to be between 600,000,000 and 700,000,000 pounds, or more than three times that of twenty years ago. The ac...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
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