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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 18 December 1879

Land Office Notices. LAND OFFICE at Fergus Falls, Minn., HOT. 30th, 1879. Notice it hereby given that the following named settler .has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and secure final entrj thereof at the expira tion of thirtj days from the date of this no tice, vis.: Mrs. Sophia Aunbourrte, guardian •f minor children of Stephen M. Stewart, homestead application No. 3255, for the fractional n-e 1-4. of section 4,' town 133, range 36, and names the following as his'wit aasses, viz.: Daiiiol Zimmerman oftown,133 r. 36, and Win. E, Young of town 134, r. 36 Minn 26 Si SOREN LISTOS, Register. LAND OFFICE at Fergus Falls, Minn. NOT. 14th, 1871. Notios herebj given that the following santd settisr knit Sled notice of his intention t« iu\ke iintl proof in support of his oUim, and seoure final entry thereof at the expira tion of thirty days froaa the date «f thie no tiee, riz Michael Cosgrove koaaectead appli cation No. 3491, for the n. 1-2 of »e. 1...

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. — 18 December 1879

MAUD MULLER. Maud Muller, on a winter's day, Went out upon the ice to play. ''Beneath her Derby gleamed her locks Of red banged hair, and her crimson socks. She strattled abont from ten to two. And then a hole In the ice fell tnrough. On the bottom of the pond she sat. As wet and mad as a halt-drowned rat. A man with a hickory pole went there, And fished her out by her auburn hair And her mother is said to have thumped her well— Though just how hard Miss Maud won't tell— And hung her oyer a stovepipe to dry. With a thumb in her mouth and a flsc in her eye. Alas for the maiden! alas for the hole! And 'rah for the man with the hickory pole! For the truest words of tonpue or pen Are "A skating girl's like a headless hen —Brooklyn Eaqle. JACK BALLAST'S YARN. My story Well, I don't see why I should not. scratch it down. There's nothin' to be ashamed of in it, so far as I know, and, though regular story-tell ers mayn't call it romantic," I think the wind sets that way myself, and there's ...

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. — 18 December 1879

THE LOG FLUME. An Exci'inff Flace for Amrisement In the Sierra Ncvadii—Dangerons Rides. Good Company. At the summit of that cascade in bondage the flume begins. Its track is a trough of heavy planks, converging in an angle like that which is bounded by the two sides of a prism. Down this canal, whose sides are worn very smooth by the gentle yet persistent friction of the water, and the many rubs and knocks of the freightage, the wood, the stream flows sleekly and swiftly, with a motion not dissimilar to the gliding of a snake. As the flume winds the cur rent weaves, this side and that, as if seeking to escape, like the caged power that it is. Unremitting as the endless chain in machinery, untiring as the natural brooks by which it is fed, its capacity for burden is unlimited, and statistics show that this little thread of water transports daily from the moun tain top to the valley 500,000 feet of mining timber, or 700 cords of wood. At places along its route there are sta tions of r...

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. — 18 December 1879

In the communication from England Prai rie last week, it was stated that "Messrs Mo rion and Dell had purchased land just across the road from Mr. Paddocks". It should have been Messrs. Marvin and Dell Bucklund These gentlemen are brothers, and have come here from Iowa to try our climate and soil. We wish them success. Don't forget that we have for sale at this office blank and receipt books, marriage cer tificates, etc. Charlie Smith, of Fergus Falls, has taken the place of A. A. Cowan as machine agent. Charlie is "popular and will doubtless give Katisiactiou. The Northern Pacific B. R. have let a contract fo R. S. Mnnger and C. H. Craves, of Duluth to build as elevator of one million bushel* t'apsiciij. The elevator is to be ready for next year# crop. Tlic masons are to give a grand ball at the Masonic Hall at Verndale Friday evening, December 2Gt-h. The thermometer lias been fooling all the way from 14 below 0 to a lump of frozen niercory for alie past week This is the iie&t ...

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 December 1879

ffiir-2 ,rl :l iiu v%'' Hut rah for Christmas. Good sleighing now. :h ySpsiammemisizw^toB L.OCAL.. Christmas cards at Burch's. 29tf Quite a number of death* by freezing are reported for Dakota. The schools in this city begin one week from next Monday. Bismark, D. M. suffered a large loss by fire on the 18th. The Sheridan House narrowly escaped. Buckwheat cakes are the best thing a per son can eat of a cold morning. Try them and see. This kind of weather is to a pile of wood what a big dose of pills is to a man with the stomacli ache. A line display of Holiday goods at bed rock prices at H. F. Burch & Co's. 29 tf Mr. MeClelen has taken the Compton school vice Mr. Osborn resigned on account of his health. Don't forget to call and examine the ele gant assortment of Christmas presents nt P. arch & Go's. 2'Hf Mr. McQuillan started for Dakota Monday. H« goes to relieve Mr. Darling who is taking & rest over the holidays. The Republicans have chosen Chicago as the city i'or the ...

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 December 1879

®|t |tor%rit pacific Jfarntcr. JOSEPH E. HALL, Publisher. WADENA, WADENA CO, MINN.J PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. A JAPANESE geographical society has recently been founded at Ywddo. A BILL in before the. city council of Victoria, British Columbia, prohibiting the herding together of Chinamen. Six THOUSAND tons of steel rails hare een purchased in Germany for the Shenandoah Valley railroad, in West Virginia. THE latest British emigration returns sbow that 55.019 persons emigrated in the last quarter—36 110 were English, 6,727 Scotch, and 12,182 Irish, M. EMILE OLUVER says that Thiers was familiar with all the manifestations of the human spirit, except the syn thetic 'speculations of philosophy. EMIGRATION Commissioner Kilebrew of Tennessee, will soon sail for Europe in the hope of inducing, emigrants to this country to settle in that state. THE old Webster mansion at Marsh field, Mass., destroyed by fire, is to be replaced by another building as similar to itas possible. THERE is said to be a ...

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. — 25 December 1879

A DOLLAR ON THE TRAMP A. Gold flollar Thai Was Pursued Across the I on. int nt and Finally Captured. Philadelphia Times. A young lady of this place has in her possession a gold dollar with a mono gram, inscribed upon it which has been the subject of a great deal of attention. It was attached to a bracelet, by a chain. One evening in the latter bart *of Feb ruary last, after a sleieh-ride, she missed it. The broken chain showed how it had disappeared. Search was made, but it was of no avail. Finally an advertisement caught the eye of a habitual loafer about town. He went to the house and informed the servant at the door that he had found the dol lar below the steps of the sleigh the morning after the ride, and had spent it for whisky at one of the saloons of the city. The friends of the young lady determined to find the dollar, if possible. The saloon keeper remembered receiving the money, but he had paid it to a butcher. The latter recollected paying it over to a drover in Trenton. ...

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. — 25 December 1879

•JJo^THERJf'PACIFIC pARJv1EF(. OFFICIAL PAPER OF WADENA COUNTY. J. E. HALL, Editor anil Proprietor. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING AT WADENA, WADENA COUNTY. MINNESOTA. RATES IN AD7ANCK: One eopy one year, six months ei.so 80 The Farm and the Dairy. At about 7:30 a painful acci dent occurred to John Morrison, a yonng man living at Fishkill, N. Y., who had charge of an engine which He was exhibiting in the building. His right hand was caught between the shaft nnd the arm of the engine, and terribly crushed and bruised. Although his wrist was broken he threw his coat over his shoulder anil walked from the building without any help. REMARKS OF R. M. LITTLER. Soon after 8pm the band which had been playing »r an hour left the stand, aim the literary .exercises be gan. Colonel R. M. Littler, of Daven port. Iowa, one ot the vice presidents presided, and before introducing the first speaker said that he as a western man took great pride in the f-tct. tlmt the city of New York was doing so muc...

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. — 25 December 1879

Land Office Notices. LAND OFFICE at Fergus Falls, Minn,, Nov. 20tli, 1S79. Notice is hereby given that the following naiued settler has filed notice of his attention to make final proof in support of his claim, and secure final entry thereof at the expira tion of thirty days from the date of this no tice, Viz.: Mrs. Sophia Ausbourne, guardian of minor children of Stephen M. Stewart, homestead application No. 3255, for the fractional n-e l-4i of section 4, town 133, range 36, and names the following as liis'wit nesses, viz.: Daniel Zimmerman oftown^l33 r. 36, and Wm. E, Young of town 134, r. 36 Minn 26 5t SOREN LISTOE, Register. LAND OFFICE at Fergus Falls, Minn. Nov. 14th, 1879. Notice is hereby given that the following named settlor has filed notice of his intention to mike final proof in support of his claim, and secure final entry thereof at the expira tion of thirty days from the date of this no tice, viz Michael Cosgrove homestead appli cation No. 3491, for the n. 1-2 of se. 1-...

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. — 25 December 1879

MY MARINER. BY LUCY LABCOM. Oh, she goes away staging, Singing oyer the sea! Ob. be comes again, bringing Joy and himself to met Down tbroauh a rosemary bollow And up the wet beach ran, v. bi art in a flutter to follow Tbe flight of my sailor-man. Fie on a bnsband sitting Still iu the bouce at borne 1 Give me a mariner, flitting And flashing over the foam! Give me a voice resounding •The songs of the breezy main! Give me aft ee heart bounding Evermore hither again! Coming is better than going But never was qneen so grand As I, while I watch him blowing Away from the lazy land. I have wedded an ocean over,' And with him I own tbe sea Yet ever tbe waves come over, And aiichor, my lad, w.th me. Hark, to his billowy laughter, Blithe on the homeward tide! Hark, to it, heart! up and after Off the harbor side Down through the rosemary hollow And over the sand-hills, light And swifi a sea-bird, follow And ho! for a sail in sight! —Harper'« Magazine. MY WIFE'S RELATIONS. "Broiled spring chic...

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. — 25 December 1879

THE XLVI CONGRESS. THURSDAY, Dec. 11.—Senate—Senator Allison, from the committee on Indian, affairs, reported with two amendments, a joint resolution that the secretary of the interior be authorized through a com mission of five persons, to be appointed by the president, to negotiate with the TJte Indians for their removal from Col orado. This resolution provoked a long debate, but was finally adopted with an amendment that in no case should those Indians be sent: to.-the Indian Territory. Several private appropriation bills were passed. The bill appropriating $200,000 for the erection of military posts on the Rio Grande frontier, was .passed. After a short executive session the senate adjourned until Monday. THURSDAY, Dec. 11—Home.—Mr. Acklin, introduced a bill authorizing the appoiutment by the presideut of a commission of engineers to examine the surveys of the contemplated canal across the Isthmus of Panama. Mr. Shelby offered a preamble and resolution, recit ing that a large nu...

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. — 25 December 1879

nMT-' 't "tj* IK 4M3 ,ry-y £V ,fcl Club with the Farmer. Thef AKMKK will be sent to- any address together with the following named journals, at the prices set opposite tfieir names, for o^sh in advance: IHoneer Press,......'. ......... $265 Western Rural 2 90 Harper's Weekly or Magasine each.. 4 90 'Minnesota Farmer 1 75 American Agriculturist 2 70 St. Paul Weekly Globe .... 2 50 Notice. Will grind feed on and after this date at STeents per bashel. Can grind any working -lay. BLUFFTON MILLS. Sltf Our people have been taken in and done or by several minstrel uliows of late and Consequently did not turn out to the Pome j^oy minstrels in v£ry great numbers last Tuesday night. Those who did go, however, were well pleased with the "show" and whou Mr. Pomeroy comes again, which will fee about three weeks, there is no doubt but •that lie will have a full house. Don't forget the lecture Saturday night by Mr. Sleeper of Brainerd. Dirt and violence are most affec* donate companions. Thirty-fi...

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. — 1 January 1880

•i T^t- •OL II «0 32 With you Ode to Frank Di* Now ii the Mr. Brewi Monday. Friend Vail last week. Bring in jolpmi. Ask Qewp (lie palace. When bui tug 'o bom. *fe Mmti Yerndale Tu Call at thit blanks, deeds, Tie* are eomi alread^about 5, The engine for the new steai Parties oaring .will please bring Lester says.he than any vf his nei 1 wmxnno noses. liiBiiMfil. hi me—to swear off. ip from Verndale from Btail River and we the u€w Joa tke storyof then eemea tke wen Up from 11 kinds oflegal Musons hare comminc!8^ liwe,Hwe", ®-S r^Gatchell, kaf| ?v-that ail resulting %t^1y,-j&,!|ej jfeW of hOrne and he is glad In 'i. jtemember the li^e Saturday night importance to everr bnsim are to be discussed. 8am. Clark dropped in on us Monday and ie/t us a materialised token of his friendship. 8stn. no slouch, some folks to the con trary notwithstanding. •Tlielast but one .Tuesday in 1879 at Pem binais registered as the coldest day on rec ..rr «srd in the Uuited States—69 below aero. are you th...

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. — 1 January 1880

TOL II *VQ 32 /0 With yon Ode to Frank Dix Now is the Mr. Brewi Monday. Friend Vail last week. Briug in yoi jofc press. Ask George the palace. When ban tug 'o boose. ... -1 MesstS.Sml Verndale Tu Cill at this Wanks, deeds, Ties are already about 5, The engine for the new Parties owing will please bring Lester says he than any vf his nei C\-M' Ynr. noses as in Brainerd. time—to swear off. from Verndale ^aelrfit toiir. siy &»j home and he is glad to, -*v4 Remember the house Saturday night, importance to everv bnsihi are to be discussed. -•m ji Shell River yon the story tkra comes were up from The new dining is light, airy and cheerful* A large now hotel is to bf *u^t *otm winter loosens his icy flng^1*' Masons hare commencf^ declined to any alarming extent, "*nce close of navigation. Gardner Case lost some pla't? the fixe Saturday morning and will S. Gardner, til? adena. te school us of vital in town Sam. Clark dropped in on us Monday and left us a materialized token of hi* friend...

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. — 1 January 1880

R&jHMB !feC«5^k,:}ia!S iilisii 4?"'' Bort^irn ^pacific Jfarmer. JOSEPH E. HALL, Publisher. WADENA, WADENA CO., MINN.} PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. WILL P. NOBLE, the well-known artist, died at the Cincinnati hospital after years of suffering, from consumption. Gov. MCCLELLAN, of New Jersey/is in such poor health that his friends fear that he may not live out his present term. ELMIRA (N. Y.) Free Press: Matt Car penter was in New York the other day, and a reporter of the Star made several attempts to interview him—the senator ran away every time. THE venerable Dr. John Lord met the other day in Boston with an accident that came very near being serious. On the way to the platform whereon he was to lectare, he fell down a flight of stairs and was severely cut on the forehead. THE London World says it was gen erally admitted in Paris society that the late Countess de Montijo married Pros per Merimee two or three years after the death of her first husband. Eugen ie generally called him godfat...

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. — 1 January 1880

-h ^Y A BOAKDINU HOUSE JOKE. A Request that Was Complied With and the Trouble that Resulted. Bridgeport (Conn.) Farmer. The other night a gentleman boarder in a genteel boarding house was com fortably reading in his room, when the door opened, and from the foot of the stairs, he heard a young lady boarder with whom he was on terms of free and playful intimacy, call: "Mr. S throw me your night gown, please?" Sure that he must have misunder stood her, called: "Throw you what?" "Your night gown, please." He was startled. There was no mis taking her meaning, and believing that some new joke was on foot among the second floor occupants which would seem to justify such a strange request on the part of the lady, he took a fresh night shirt from his bureau and tossed it over the balusters. It was received with an ejaculation which sounded lit tle like thanks, and all was silent. Next morning, on descending,he dis covered his property at the foot of the stairs, where it seemed to be doing du...

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 January 1880

J^OIVTHERJ* |^^IcVpAR^EF\. OFFICIAL PAPKR OJT WADENA COUNTY. J. E. HALL, Editor ail Froprieter. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING WADENA, WADENA COUNTY, MINNESOTA. RATBS 1H ADTAJICB One copy one year, »ix months $1.50 80 A Happy New Year. WUat does the year 1880 mean for tliis country It is not within the •power of man to inform us what the character of the year just inaugurated is to be with any degree of certainty, but by taking experience as a guide, and figuring up the probabilities of the year to come with the year past a® a precedent the balance is largely in favor of a most prosperous year to all kinds of business. Within the year past the administration has dem onstrated the practicability of the fi nancial system and established a con fidence therein which was absolutely necessary before the "hard times" could be relieved. As a consequence of that confidence a widespread revi val in business circles has taken place and we start out on the new year with almost unprecedentediy fa...

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 January 1880

fyT&ti-.r-' Land Office Notices. LAND OFFICE at Fergus Fall* Mian.. Dec. 9th, 1879. \Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and secure final entry thereof at the expira tion of thirty days from the date of this no tice, viz: Reuben Ecker, Preemption Declar atory Statement No. 2202 for then 1-4 1-4 ands 1-4 1-4 Sec 8 Tp 133 36 and names the following as his witnesses, •is: Trueman Roberts and James French both of Otter Tail Co., Minn. 30 5t Soren Listoe Register. LAND OFFICE at Fergus Falls, Minn., Nrv. Mtb. 1S79. Notice is hereby given that the followingnamed settler MI filed notice of Ills intention to make Snal proof in support of his claim, ami secure fi nal tntr/ thereof atthe expiration of thirty days frvd the te of this notice, viz: Ira H. Saadlord, homestead application No. 8058 for the N.W.)( S. K.l-4, W. N. E. 1-4 and N. E. 1-4 N. E. 1-4 Sec. 24 Tp 134 K. 57 and names the fol...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 1 January 1880

•ffiv i* 'f XJ PIDINGFRQM PAPA. Papa'9 lost bis baby! .* Searches everywhere, Under chairs and tables. With the greatest caret Pulls aside the curtain, Peeps behind the door! Never sees the little heap Curled up on the floor: Never hears the whisper, Mamma, don't you tell!" Nor the little laughter, Muffled, like a Dell! Off he campers wilaly, Hunting here and there. Overturning everything. With the greatest care. Canary has a visit, Sitting on his peroh, Mamma's apron pocket Suffers by the search. "Now I am so tired— Elephant at play That I must take a rest A minute by the way, I'll lay my weary head On this little rug." Under mamma's towel Lay her darling, snug! Then the merry scrambling Papa laughed to see! "And you didn't fink now, That it could be me! Mrs. R.N. Turner in Youth's Companion A NOBLE GHOST. The Midnight Grasp of the Bead Lord Tyrone's Hand on the Wrist of Lady Beresford. London Queen. John, Earl of Tyrone, and Nicola Hamilton, afterwards wife of Sir Tris tram Beresf...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 1 January 1880

•fl Popular Science. Straw, after'being in use in stables is now purified, washed anil rendered fit for consumption in the paper man ufactory. It appears from recent analytical re' searches that French zinc is the most arsenical of all zincs at nresent found in commerce,, Rinne defines ultramarine as a so dium aluminum silicate, having in so lution a variable mixture of sodium sulphide and oxysalts of sulphur. The quantity of coal raised in Ger many in 1876 was 39,426,308 tons, and in 1878 it was 30,426,774 tons. In 1878 the quantity of lignites raised was 10, 971.117tons as compared with 10,664.437 tons in 1878. W ith regard to the degree of tem perature at which men can work in tunneling high mountains, Professor Dubois Raymond says it is possible that work can be carried on for a short time at 60 degrees centigrade if the atmos phere is dry, but not beyond 40 degrees when the air is saturated with moist ure. Mr. A. W. Blyth, who read a paper on cow's milk at a recent meeting of t...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
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