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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Pacific farmer. — 1 January 1880

Club with the farmer. The Paumib will be sent to any addicts together with the following named journals, ,xt de ntin set oppoeite their names, for liKpifll^Mklr or Magaiinei each.. 4 90 IDaneton Farmer 1 75 American' Agriculturist 2 70 :|t. jP»ul Weekly Globe .. 2 W Notice. Will grind feed on and after this date at "5 cents per bushel. Can grinAny working BLUFFTON MILLS. /lav. 31tf CHURCH DIRECTORY. Rer. C. H. Dixon will preach in Wadena the second ^Sabbath of each month at 11 •'clock a. m. and 7 o'clock p. m. Also in Verndale the first Sabbath of each month at 10:30 a. m. and 7 p. m. R«T. 8 Peake will officiate at Wadena Ifcn Sd Sunday in eaoh month at 11 am and at Verndale at 71-2 p. in. Rev. Mr. Denley will preach in the School House, Wadena, the 1st and 4th Sundays in eaeh month at 11 o'clook a.m. Prayermeet ing every Thursday night. Bngland Prairie, on the 2nd Sunday in eaeh month at 11 o'clock. Yerndale the 2d and 4th Sundays in each month at 2 o'clock p. m. Blufiton first Sun...

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. — 8 January 1880

an YOI. NO 11. 33. W hR.O'ygiJ1the I A, LOCAL. Henry Bureh went to Aiken, Wednesday, on a short visit. We are unavoidably delayed in getting to press this week. The work train has been loading wood and ties at this place for the past few days. The public schools in this city began «gain Monday, after a vacation of two weeks. The Methodists will hold no services in the school house Sunday as Mr. Dixou can not be here. J. E. Ostrander's family was increased by one just as 1S79 had been laid on the shelf. It is a little girl. Th°y do say that Sydney Packard is about to—well Sydney is a good fellow and we wish him joy. A few warm days last week causedVthe snow to disappear from the roofs or the housed, but did not spoil the sleighing much The "Tramp" will please explain himself in the- matter of the "Wadena Justice." Judge Kellsy says he has the rope and feath ers. Dr. Babccck is meeting \i ith more success than he anticipated. His ability as a physi cian is well attested and is augment...

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. — 8 January 1880

®{je |tortj)trn ^atifa Jfarnttr. JOSEPH E. HALL, Publisher. WADENA, WADENA CO., MINN.J GLEANINGS AND GOSSIP. AN exchange says: "Mark Antony squandered $735,000,000 of the public treasury in two years." He was prob ably elected on a platform of retrench ment and reform. THE eight principal French banks have increased their deposits in the past ten years from 1,060,000,000 francs to 1,886,000,000 franca. A KNITTING-NEEDLE of lightning couldn't strike endwise in Leadville without knocking down a half-dozen presidents of mining companies. AFTER a Texas jury had stood ou for ninety-six hours the Judge got a verdict out of them in two minutes by sending them word that a circus had come to town. RICE is cheaper than wheat in En gland, and is said to be quite extensive ly used as an adulterant, if so nutritious an article can be called by such a name. THE Atlanta Constitution believes that the Czar of Russia wouldn't make as much clear money, probably, but he would be a good deal happier, i...

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. — 8 January 1880

THE MAINE CONTEST. THE COUNCIL'S REPORT ON THE CANVASS. Gov. Garcelon's Address to the Pub lic And How it Was Received. Correspondence Between Gar celonand Morrill. The following is an abstract from the report of the committee on the Maine election returns made in council: Your committee in submitting this report, deem it necessary to state epe cificially certain facts connected with the returns from many of the towns, cities and plantations, in which we have materially affected the result, by canvassing the votes returned. There are many returns, which owing to the fatal defects cannot be counted but we shall specify only those which have af fected the result. Article four, part one, section five, of the constitution regulates the manner of electing senators and representatives to the legislature, and also the process of transmitting to the governor and council the process by which they are to determine jvho have been elected. This section provides that in case of towns and plantat...

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. — 8 January 1880

"at. J^OI^THERJM PACIFIC I'ARjVIE^. OrFICIAL PAPER OF WADENA COUNTY. J. E. HALL, Editor anil Proprietor. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING WADENA, WADENA COUNTY. MINNESOTA. RATS* IS ADTANCE One copy one year, 14 six months $1.50 80 NORTHERN MINNESOTA. THE INDUCEMENTS SHE OF FERS TO SETTLERS. 1IER RESOURCES AND ADVANTAGES. A FEW FACTS AND FIGURES. Some weeks ago we published an article reciting some of the circum stances which have governedt the trade and commerce of towns on the Northern Pacific railroad from Glyn don to Brainerd. We showed that a very large amount of grain with its accompanying trade had gone to the villages on the line ol the other road, the Minneapolis and Manitoba, which would most naturally seek market in the N. P. towns were the prices paid here at least equal to those paid in the other towns. The existing cir cumstances, however, have tr.ken from us all that trade lying between us and the other railroad which could get there leaving only a local trade for the Nor...

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. — 8 January 1880

W A E N A Job Printing tROOMS, Having received a very fine new JOB PRESS BALL PROGRAMS, CALLING CARDS, CARDS, 7 We are better than ever prepared to fill all orders in our line. All kinds of S TATEMENTS, BALL TICKETS, PARTY INVITATIONS. CIRCULARS, LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, HAND BILLS, ETC. Exscntei Promptly aM GHeapIy. We have recently received many new and elegant job types and wiM guarantee our work to be fully equal lo that ot St. Paul or Minneapolis, STATIONERY SEATLY BOUND. We have a full stock of blanks, in eluding School District Bonds, Mar riage Licenses both plain and orna mental, Justices docket1?, convey an ces, mortgages, etc. AT THE 0. If. vw**» Front St, tTG teas east of Postaice, Herroa & Kepiiart, General Iron Carriages, Wagons and Sleighs, And Repair all kinds of Machinery. L'LOW Repairing «ind C. M. 1IOHSE SHOEING A Specialty. WADENA, lfi!NN, J£3S"'Work Done in all Branches. Bcrse-Shoeing a Specially. Has tor SUle at BLUFETON, MINNESOTA, 600381 NOTIONS, 1 GROCER...

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. — 8 January 1880

IS LIFE WORTH LIVING? C. -J. A., in Scribner''s "Bric-a-Brac." THE BABE. regun!—r.nd round me glowed Huge masks, with staring eyes— And smiles alarmed me more— I after saw in intomim 1 etory. I had no sense of time—nor overmuch A sense of anything— I woke!—my eyes confronted with a glory That made them open more and more, It seemed they'd crack to taice ij in A lion, a wall of black would eupejfvene, I'd try to fight it off, and cry aloud I The light was out!— Brief, brief candle! THK LOVER. Another snell—'twas not the one at school. Yet taught me more than aught beside: A being like myself. But unlike more—a finer—fairer— To every sense and thought a newer zest And newer meaning. How great had been the void That now was brimming o'er! What measure's depth could bold it all! Riches untold—a world unknown before— The idol!—and I worshiped. T'was burning then, was life and love— Brief, brief candid THE OLD MAN. 1Twas farther on: I've staying power— For fliends have gone, snuffed out A...

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. — 8 January 1880

1 ZENIB'S HA11EM. Circassian Beauties, Languishing Oda lisques and Brilliant Dressing1. Constantinople Letter to Philadelphia Press. Mrs. Heap, wife of our consul-general, described to me a visit paid by her the other day to a Turkish harem—that of Zenib Hanoum, sister of Ismail Fasha, the ex-Khedive. This lady is* one of the most remarkable of living Turk ish women from her intelligence, liberal ideas and immense wealth. Her "yall," a large gray palace, is one of the hand somest on the Bosphorous. On alight ing from her carriage, Mrs. Heap and the four ladies accompanying her were met at the door by some half-dozen men—cavasses, grooms and eunuchs— brilliantly dressed. These escorted the party through the selemlik, or men's apartments, which in this case, the lady being a widow, are rather bare. They consisted of four or five rooms. A long corridor, softly carpeted, and numerous windows overlooking a fine garden, led to the women's rooms or haremlik. The door was opened by two hand...

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. — 8 January 1880

Neighborhood JMews. Mr. 1. B. In man was down from Fargo and spent Christmas with his family- He is just as fat as ever. We are having a regular old fashioned January thaw, and the show is going last. It is nice to have vrartn weather but it don't mike good sleighing and that is what we need now. Although we have had no "doings here in the way of Christmas trees or dances yet all have enjoyed themselves each in his own quiet way, and all are thankful to our Heav enly Father for His many blessings upon us. What town can beat this for the number of inhabitants three babies in one week, and the crop is not all in yet."' Miles Adams and Clark Harsh each a" daughter, and A Stimson son. Well our' population is in creasing at anv rate if immigration has stop ped. The old year has gone with all its joys and sorrows. The new year is here and we are filled with hopes and anticipations for the future. How many have been disap_ pointed in the year past and gone how ma ny lessons we have had a c...

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. — 22 January 1880

10L lj MO 35. 4 jmm .* & ft/* LOCAL. xo weather for colds. Business is-begining to "boom" already. See County Commissioners proceedings. George v$&ihv4 been'on the sick list for a week, ,••..:,v 'r''' The sidewalks are somewhat slippery just now. Chauricy Potter moved over Howard's sa loon last week. Two weeks from next Saturday is St. Valentines My. Th« re will W a dance, at Pressou & 0«trau de'rs hall.tonight, A large el& was seeuinthe neighborhood :«f Compton the other dijr. Deadwood narrowly, escaped total destruc tion by fire again last week. The work train was here several dajrs this week taking up ties and wood Rumor has it that a flouring mill is to be erected in Verndale in the spring. C. C. L-tne has been appointed a commis sioner of Tod .l county from Stowe Prairie. This is the year that the girls have a «hance to pop the question. Batchelors take warning. Frank Leslie, a celebrated New York pub lisher, 4ied at his home in New York on January 10th. •Mr. Ke...

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. — 22 January 1880

••i-' ''$& 'H TITTLE TATTLti. Fair Nathalie at evening tide Walked oat with her own true love, The thick green grass beneath tbeir fiect, And the thick green trees above. Then Zuska said, "My own sweetheart, Give me one kiss before we part." The listening grasses heard and saw, Auld£onld not the secret keep— The dear sweet secret 1 Every blade Whispered the tale to the sheep— The silly sheep who were so glacl They straightway told the shepherd lad. The shepherd told a traveler (For he loved fair Nathalie) The traveler told a sailor boy. One night on the lonely sea Tne sailor to his roving ship. Too quickly let the secret slip, For the ship to the salt sea waves That ever ran to and fro. Said, "When the inland rivers come To mix with the ocean's flow, Ask alter Nathalie, pretty one, And if the handsome Zuska W09. go at the last that river heard That flowed by Nathalie's cot. And the maid's mother one fine day Went thore with her water pot, And heard the tale, and told the maid, 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. — 22 January 1880

J-5T .T^HtrRSDAy, Jan. 8—Senate.—The ser geant-at-arms brought to the bar of the senate L. Smith Lariy Wilson, atad E. R. Purcell, to answer a charge of contempt in not obeying a summons to testify in the In galls case. Sfhith made a state ment of the recent telegram to the com mittee, saying he knew nothing about the election of Ingalls. On motion the prisoners were discharged. Bills were introduced To repeal the 22d section of an act to incorporate The Texas Pacific railroad company, and to aid in the con struction of its roads, and for other pur poses, and. to declare the rights, privi leges and lands granted in said section to the New Orleans, Baton Rogue and Vicksburg railroad forfeited, and that the Section be re-enacted in favor of the New Orleans Pacific railroad company. Sen. Wilson, from the committee on ap propriations, reported with amendments the military academy appropriation bill. Placed on. the calendar. The senate then adjourned until Mondav THURSDAY, Jan. 8—Rouse.—...

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. — 22 January 1880

|NonTHERj« Pacific FAR^EF^*!^* WT1CUL PAPER 07 VADINA COUWTT. I E. HALL, Editor aid Proprietor. 1B9UBD BTBltY THURSDAY MORNING AT WADENA. WADENA COUNTY, MINNESOTA. BATHS III A9TAHCI: OsM.irof one year, #1,60 six months 4 A petition signed by Mrs. #wiss lielm "and others" has been received in Congress praying that tbcUtcs be left in Colorada subject to the laws thereof, and that every alternate sec tion thereof be opened to settlement as sooft a# practicable retaining the other alternate section for settlefiient by the ''ftoble red man." If thou desire to see thy child vir tuous, let him not see his father's vices thou canst not rebuke that in children that they behold in thee till *eason be ripe examples direct more than precepts such as thy be havior is before thy children's faces, such commonly is theirs behind their parent Vbacks.^—Quaiies. Shall it Come to This. Shall Minnesota make her own sugar iVom corn stalks Instead of importing shall she export granulated sugar? The follow...

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. — 22 January 1880

:Pm ifete Job Printing fiROOMS. Having received a very fine new. JOB PRESS We are better than ever prepared to fill all orders in our line. All kinds of STATEMENTS, BALL TICKETS, BALL PROGRAMS, CALLING CARDS, CARDS, PARTY INVITATIONS. CIRCULARS, LETTERHEADS, BILL HEADS, HAND BILLS, ETC.] EitciM Prujtlf and Cheaply. We hare recently "received many new and elegant job ttypes guarantee our work to be fully equal 10 that ot St. Paul or Minneapolis STATIONERY HEATLT BOUND, biakks We have a lull stock of blanks, in cluding School DintrictJBoiids, Mar riage Licenses both|plaifi and orna nfcental, Justices dockets, conveyan ces, mortgages, etc. AT THE Trml St. tws tours east of FosttM & Kephart, General BLACKSMITHS, iron Carriages, Wagons and Sleighs, ... And Repair all kinds of Machinery. t'LOW Repairing nnd HORSE SHOEING A Specialty. im si BLACKSMITH, WADENA, MINN. lyy Work Done all Branches. fee-Shefiiiiga.Specialty. Has tor Meat BLUEFTON, HINNNSMTA, DBT GOODS' MOTIONS, BOOTS tpiSBDE...

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. — 22 January 1880

*%&.- H'-V CAY iM WJAVC mm. JOSEPH E. HALL, Publisher. WADENA, WADENA CX)., MINN.| GLEANISGS AND GOSSIP. A MAN who was enabled to come from India to Hudson, N. Y., through the loan of $200 by a brother, has eloped with that brother's daughter. HARIJO GONDOSIWOIJO, reigning prince of Sorakarto, in Java, has arrived in Paris in order to make the tour of Eu rope. He is 42 years of age, is very rich, and a great lover of art. BRIGADIER General Sir Evellyn" Wood, one of the commanders in the Zulu war, by the Queen's desire, will accom pany ex-Empress Eugenie to Zululand next month. A GYPSY camp was recently found be tween Lofcian and Rybink, with all its inmates, numbering eleven persons, frozen to death in a sitting posture around an expiring fire. DURING the past year, 1,552 felons were convicted in New York* and Goth amites claim that this is not a bad show ing for a population of over a million. The population is one convicted felon to every 644 inhabitants. NASHVILLE points to n...

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. — 22 January 1880

IS s® 1 w" W- ALTOGETHER TOO NICE. HOT*a Parisian Belle Keeps Warm in •U» the Winter Season. La "Vie Parleienno. •«?.^0ur ^$7® y°u Ketup your maid iwh light your fire, and then screen it with a Bilver framework lined with rose silk, which will temper the heat and •ve to the whole room, a sort of a rosy morning light, that warms while it il lumines. Then she will bring you on a silver-plate warmer, your cup of choco late, hot and foaming, which you will drink from the warmer itself, munching the while your ru3ks, served on a little gold toast rack, kept hot in turn by a little live charcoal, sprinkled with va nilla to perfume the air. After you have taken your chocolate you will snpoze again for a couple of hours. Then you will put on a deshabille oipink satin, lined "with swans down, eifveloping the whole body from head •to foot. 3gThe waistband and the fasten ing of the neck of this garment must be in. velvet, so as to be warm to the touch. You may now pass into the bath room, the ...

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. — 22 January 1880

li toofcmine tben two*treeks to look oat t' road from yerndnle to Shell .River, and It oostthe ooantj nearly $300. T!M expedi .. tio» was under.the direction of our genial, aceoritHnodatiogand go«K*lMftd fellow citizen C.G. Parker, Baq, Bro, Parker, ot Verndale, is on his ear and, as usual, writes a. oommuu^a .• tiott. Now, "Charlie," we supposed you were strictly virtuous and yrould not put on the coat," which you cannot but admit was a good jo,ke on the exploring expedi expediton. Charles, you're so sensitive!.. Mr. Davids^ who had come to Wadena: to apsist in the organization of a dramatic com* ]ibny, received!a letter last Friday, calling him to a position in the pointing department of the Minneapolis and St. Louis R. R, The piece which'the troupe-: was to play will, however, lie 'learned, and everything pre pared /or the grand opening of the Wadena Qpea Hons- in the spring. Mearwhile, several small plays are to .: be played, of which more anon. ,..-•••• President -Wiswell in 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. — 29 January 1880

4It£ 1 If 2 s&Vr 501 III I SO 36 I •t*r ,r rM IX §£?j «ifw,'.- JLOCAL.. A great deal of sickness is prevailing in thht vicinity at present. %r We notice several carloads of liimber have arrived fcir the large block of C. H. Peake. John McRedman, one of the section hands was married to Miss Mary Weaver on Mon day of last week. Sunset Cox has been getting off some Horr ible jokes in Congress, while the Michi-gan der con Cox scintillating retaliations. Town lots are selling rapidly, twenty-one railroad lots having been sold since January 1st. There is not a vacant lot on Third street now. The streets were crowded with teams last Saturday. This is nothing new, but the number of teams and persons were larger than usual. The Anoka and Princetown Unions sh&k^ hand* by telegraph now, communication be ing effected between those points by wire a few days since". The weather, which has been very mild and pleasant for a week or two past, turned «old suddenly Monday morning, and j'ester ...

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. — 29 January 1880

vj hw'^T i"v. 1,1 lis IS® •&T*. *u^r kt ,7 *»-, ,f 1 J. Vi 7. 1 L' 1 J. .-• COUNTERFEITERS' WORK. he Trade of Counterfeiting— How ftotes are Counterfeited and Altered. Washington Star.* The redemption of national bank notes and United States legal tenders by the treasury department is often the medium of communication to the pub lic that anew counterfeit of a note is extant and more often the place where alterations of notes come to their final grief. Counterfeit notes are frequently found in the mutilated currency that comes in from banks and individuals in search of »ood money. Cases where notes have been alter d, with fraudu lent intent, come to light in redeeming battered currency, almost every tlay. It is notorious that the work of "counter feiting is carried on as a trade—or per haps profession It is not we'll known that men make a business of altering notes and cutting off pieces of them ana patching them together, to make more notes than the originals. The number of note...

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. — 29 January 1880

?$ F'~W -II" ss #—__1 "sllSlf I*,. ~t KM Plowing Ji the Night. In breaking thl prairie-lands'of the Bed river count®', says the St. Paul Pioneer Press, aofcuy of the farmers did most of their wort at night last sum* mer. They put their teams in the field late in the afternoon, after the heat of the day was past, and utilized the cool hours of the nigjit, free from the fretting annoyances of deer-flies and otner in sects so trying to horse-flesh. After stopping to rest and feed two or three hours at midnight, the sulky plows were started again at peep of day, or about 3 A M., and kept going till the sun was some two hours high. It was found, moreover, that breaking when the grass was wet with the heavy night dews materially aided in rotting the sod —the essential in subduing all prairie soils. Land that was turned where the growth of grass was longest, greenest, and well drenched with dew rotted the quickest and most thoroughly, and left the sod in the best condition ior the harrow. ...

Publication Title: Northern Pacific Farmer, The
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