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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 1 October 1885

Local Dashes weather, r- *. iNo, 1 Northern, 70 cents. Barley is worth 40 cents in Wadena. Ha iron sells Indies anĀ£ gents under Wear. ,, 'v.. |v F. F. Bishop, of Bluffier, was in the city, Tuesday., The days are becoming short Arid the evenings long. A good hard coal heater for sale at the Wadena Exchange Bank. Bafron showed us the nicest line of dress goods we have seen for many a day. In another column we publish the proceedings of the County Com mis* sioners. Northern Pacific Preferred stock for sale to apply on land contracts, by A. Murray. Kingsley Bros. Orchestra will play for a ball at Verndale, week from to morrow night. A good second hand Waller's organ tor sale cheap, Enquire at the^W ade na Jewelry Store. Misses Fannie Katzky and Carrie Metzger paid a visit to friends in Yerndale last Thursday., Mrs. Dr. C. B. Jordan, went to St. Paul, yesterday, on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. J. 11. O'Xiel. Dr. A. J. Amos* new dental chair arrived Monday -tand has been placed in his ro...

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. — 1 October 1885

r-- fcwl to sigfct lomemoiy doar wtth ButST In the In 1701 ot lyjpatti wtquote the whotopoem.] Sweetheart, good-byl iUitlluttĀ«rtii| sail 1B epread to waft mo far from thee, And soon before the favoring sale MT ship shall bound upon the aea. Sv Perchance, all desolate and forlorn, These eyes shall iniss thse many a year, But unforcotten every charm, Though lost to sight, to memory dear. Sweetheart, good-by! one last ombra Oh, cruel Fate, true souls to sever! Yet in this heart's most sacred place Thou, thou alone, shalt dwell forever! And still, shall recollections trace In Fancy's mirror, ever near, Each smile, each tear, thatform, that face, Though lost to sight, to memory dear. THE WIFE'S SACRIFICE. A Story of the Transvaal. After tiffin on the second day of the summer assizes for Griqualand West, the languid interest which had hither to been taken in the proceedings sud denly developed into something nearly akin to excitement. The jury had just returned a verdict of culpable homi ...

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. — 1 October 1885

L^jcal DasheS. S Drtnctto-tiight. John Robinson's Circus Oct. 2. 4 Falter sells 40 quarts for a dollar. Loom for sale enquire at this office. J. K. Miller took atrip to Motley Friday, Money to loan on Heal Estate, by A. Murray. Championship race at the rink Satur day evening. "My Partnei" at Light Guard Hall Monday night. Mrs. C. M. Kingsky is very sick vrith a bilious attack. W. \V. Graham has the lumber on the ground for a new barn. Henry Weizel has built a woodshed at the rear of his residence. The New Home Sewing Machine, for from $25 up, at J. J. Bennett's. J. n. Montgomery returned home from the State Fair Sunday morning. Dr. C. B. Jordan was in attendance at the State Fair the fore part of the week. Capt. Yining, of Fergus, was on our streets, Monday, shaking hands with the boys. Most all of the Wadenaites who were in attendance at the State Fair have returned home. Insnre your stores, houses, barn, grain and stock with Whitney & Couillard and be safe. N. Y. Lyceum Theatr...

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