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Business Cards.
FFADBNA POST OFFICE.
OPEN FROM 7:30 A. M. TO 8:30 P. M.
Sunday* from 12 m. to 1 p.
M.U closes, going E^t at 11 a. m. and
Mali closes, go'.ns WesUt.
Mail closo'ffor Kerens Falls at.... ..•••
Mall .loses for Parkers Prairie MonUaj
&
SatunlayVat:.\\! a. m.
Matt closes for Hm tforil Fridays nt 1:00p. lm.
Poriegn and Domestic Money Orders and Postal
Note, cun be obtained
«»^£AKE. P.M.
LOCAL TIME CARD OF N. R. R.
TRAINS GOING WEST.
No 1, Pacifie Kxnress, Daily.. .4:55 a.m.
No. 3, Mall and Express, Daily except^
Mo.^^Vitigiit Daily except Sunday,
12:00 m.
TRAINS GOINF! EAST.
No.2, Atlantic Express, Daily W:a9 p. m.
No. 4, Mail aidExpress. Daily except^
No.l30,,n Freight, Daily except Sunday, 12:50 p.m.
Freights Nos. 59,30,31, and 32 oarry passengers.
Stages leave every Friday morninsatTo-^ock
for Lons l'rairie, connecting with the Sauk Cen
tre Northern Railroad.
?taffea leave Wadena every Monday and
Thursday for Wrightstown and Parkers Prai
rie, connecting at Parkers Prairie with stages
•or Alexandria.
P., F. .& BLACK HI LLS RAIL3.0A
TIME TABLE.
WEST,
le. 7:00 a. m.
le. 7:05 a. m.
le. 7:35 a. m.
lc. 7:47 a. m.
1 j. a. m.
1 •. 8:23 a. m.
je. R: I0 a. m.
le. 8:55 a. n\.
le. 9:22 a.m.
le.ll:00 ». ni.
lc.11:25 a. in.
ar.ll:3l)a. m.
EAST
W ABES A,
7:20 p. m.ar.
7:13 p. m.
6:45 p. m.
6:33 p. in.
0:20 p. m.
6:00 p, m.
5.43 p. ni.
5:28 p. n».
5:02 p. m.
4:28 p. m.
3:05 p. m.
3:00 p. m. lo.
Wadena Junction,
Deer Creek,
Purkton,
Ilenriing,
Vining,
Clitheral,
Battle Lake,
Maplcwood,
Southwick,
Fergus Falls,
Breckinridge,
Wahpeton,
•Trains stop only
Supt.
WADENA LODGE HO. 156LF.&A.M.
Regular Commun
ications held First
and Third Fridays
in each month.
Visiting Brethren
cordially invited.
E. S. CASE, W.M.
Secretary.
C, FIELD,
A .Gr. BHOKBR
ATTORNEY AND CODNSELLOE-AT-LAW
NOTARY PUBLIC AND
O A
Office over Bank of Wadena.
GOLD
Ailress STINSON A CO., Portland Maine,
WADENA
Laundry,
J. F, Peterson, Prop.
Mt Door to Waieua Jewelry Store,
Third Street, Wadena.
All Work in this Line will be
NEATLY DONE,
And on short
N O I E
PRaCES REASOABLE.
GIVE US A TRIAL.
Dr.LW.Babcock,
Phys
ician
—AND—
Surgeon.
rrT"All calls in the city or country pt
attended to. Office at Amos & Benedict
Store, Third St., Wadena, Minn.
promptly
Drag
E I S
23 Xji HAW jcjfil
will be in Wadena the first seven days
in every month.
Office ever Bank of Wadena, Third
street.
£. W. THORP. P. V. COPPERNOLL.
THORP & COPPERNOLl'.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Will practice in all
Courts in Minnesota and
DAKOTA TERRITOR Y,
Practice in the
Criminal Law and Land Contest
Cases Made a Specialty.
49~OfHce on Third Street, lover Cromett's Drug
Store.
Wadena, Minn.
F. £OUILLAI\D,
Attorney and CoBuselor-At-Law,
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Collections in Wadena and adjoining
counties promptly attended to.
Money to Loan on Real Estate.
WADENA, MINNESOTA
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY in the OLD
PHCENIX. of HARTFORD,
CONNECTICUT*
ftNHATTJ,
OF JJEW YO^K,
—GERMAN, OF ILLINOIS
--OR—
UNDERWRITERS AGENCY, NEW YORK.
Rates*lower than in any Minnesota company
Policies written in our office for the
Manhattan or German.
E. S. CASE, AGENT.
WADENA MEAT MMET'
COOPER ji MIGGE.
.. rKOl'RIETORS
Fresh. and Corned Beei,
-Fork* V£ai aiid itiittoa.
ALWAYS ul HIND-
Greenlaw Hurst,
CONTRACTOR
-A-IfcTID BTJILDEK
Wadena. Minn.
C. G. MAYER,
Merchant Tailor
AND DEALER IN
FRENCH CASHIERS.
Wosters, Seotch Goods,
Am orlcan Goods Sto
All work
GUARANTEED.
C. G. ITfAYER,
Fi'itmt St. Wadena, Minn.
JOS. HILL,
Photographer.
ALL STYLES OF
PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK EIECOTED
IN THE
A
for tho working class. Send
10 cents for ostaec, and we
will mail you, free, a loyal
valuable box ofsamplegoods
that will put you in tho way
making more money in a few days than .you
-ever thought possible fit any business. Capital
not required. We will start you, ou can work
»11 the time or in spare time only, The work is
universally adapted to bath sexts, youn^ and old
You can easily earn from 50 cts. to S5 every even
ing. That all who want work may test the busi
ness, we make this unparalleled offer to all who
nre not well satisfied we will send 81 for the trou
ble of writing to us. Full particulars, directions
etc., sent free. Fortunes will be made by those
who give their whole time to the work. Great
success absolutely sure. Don't delay. Start now.
A N E 1 I
COPYING AND ENLARGING
OF OLD PICTURES
Front Street, Wadena, Minn.
PARSONS
PILLS
MAKE NEW RICH BLOOD,
And will completely change the blood la
the entire system in three months. Any
person who will take 1 Pill each night
from 1 to 12 weeks, may he restored to
sound health, if sach a thing' be pos
sible. For curing Female Complaints
these Pills have no equal. Physicians
use them in their practice. Sold every
where, or sent by mall for 25 eta. in
stamps. Send for pamphlet (FREE).
I. S. JOHNSON & CO., Boston, Mass.
DIPHTHERIA
CROUP, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS,
HEUBALBIA, RHEUMATISM.
JOHNSON'S ANODYNELINIMENT(for
Internal and External use) will instantaneously
relieve these terrible diseases, and will posi
tively cure nine cases out of ten. Information
that will save many lives sent free by mail.
Don't delay a moment. Prevention is better
than care. I. S. JomfSQK & Co., Boston.
MAKE HENS LAY
It is a well-known fact that most of the Horse
and Cattle Powder
sold in this country is worth
less that Sheridan's Condition Powder is ab
solutely pure and very valuable. Nothing on
earth will make hens lay like Sheridan's
Condition Powder. Dose, one
teaspoonful to
each bint food. Sold everywhere, or sent by
mail for 25 cts. in stamps. We furnish it in 2$
lb. cans, price $1.00 By mail, $1.20.
JL S. JOHNSOIT & Co., Boston, Mas&
Going East
—or—
Going West,
matter which, the
Northern
Pacific R. R.
Is your Line,
As it will take you in either direction between
St. Paul, Minneapolis,
DULUTH, WADENA, GLYN­
DON, MOORHEAD, FARGO,
CASSELTON, VALLEY
City, Jamestown, Minnewaukan,
(Devils Lake),
MILNOR, LAMOURE, BISMARCK
Mandan, Glendive, Billings,
HELENA,
Yellowstone National Park
Deer Lodge, Butte City, Mis
soula, Spokane Falls,
Walla Walla, The Dalles
Fortland Oregon,
OLYMPIA, NEW TACOMA, SEATTLE.
VICTORIA B. C.
All Points in
BRITISH COLUiHBl A and ALASKA,
Salem, Albany and Roseburg,
Oregon.
Remember
That the Northern
Pacific Railroad runs
THE ONLY EJCSRANT SLESPEBS!
XHE ONLY DAY COACHES!
THX OILY PULLXAlt SLSIPEBS!
TFFLI 05LY DININS CARS!
——BETWEEN
ST. PAUJL,'& PORTLAND ORE.
ELEGANT^ HQjyTON CHAIR CARS are run
between Dpirith and Braintird.
Viijl Informarlon In regard to the Northern
Pacific iincs con be obtained FREE by adreas
1
I N A S S
General Pass. Agant.
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Northern Pacific Farmer
A. H. BERKMAN, Publisher.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF WADENA COUNTY.
I S S E E E 1 S A
AT
WADENA, WA6ENA COUNTY. MINNESOTA.
OFFICE IN SWEETSER BUILDING. THIRD ST.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
One copy per year, in advance $1 50
Six months.. 85 cents.
Three months 50 cents.
Prospeots for Another R.
There are parties that stand ready
to build a railroad fiom Wadena to
Park Rapids the coming season, pro
viding that a bonus of about $35,000
can be raised between here and there.
Hubbard county is willing to do its
share, and Park Rapids and Manter
have already consented to raise a
bonus of $1500 each. Now if Wade
na and Leaf River townships will vote
a tax of five per cent cn the valuations
of their towns, the bonus can be
raised. The question now is, will we
have this railroad built or not? It all
lies with us to decide. We can have
from ten to fifteen years to raise the
amount in, after the tax is voted, so
that it will not increase our taxes
enough to amount to a great ileal, and
the value of our property will be in
creased so much by the building of
this road that the bonus will seem but
a mere trifle. If this road is built it is
altogether probable that the cut-off
from Little Falls will come here, and
also the Sauk Centre Northern. This
would make Wadena a railroad cen
tre and a booming town, Let us put
our shoulders to the wheel, vote the
tax and have the road. There is no
doubt but what it can and will be done,
and that cars will be running be
tween Wadena and Park Rapids inside
of one year.
Neighborhood News.
EASTERN WADENA*
The snow is disappearing rapidly
and we are rejoiced accordingly.
We always supposed that when a
man had been married five years,
they were exempt from cliarivaring
but Geo. Palmer was treated to a
"concert of sweet sounds" last Satur
day night.
Mr. Growe and George Clark have
been drawing wheat lor seed from Mr.
Ashburner's this week with wagons.
It looked rather odd to see a wag
on.
Dave Welch thinks now he will
have to take two teams with him.
Mrs. Kenyon and sons have come
home from the woods.
ARTICHOKES.
March 26th, 1884.
Hamline University.
March 24, 1884.
EDITOR FARMER .—To those who
are interested in Methodism, or
higher education, or both, a few notes
from this center of high education
for Methodism for the State may not
be uninteresting. Most of the readers
of the FARMER have doubtless read
the descriptions recently published
in all the daily papers of the new
buildings, so that ft will be unneces
ary to repeat them. Besides, no de
scription can give more than a taint
idea of the beauty of the buildings,
and their adaptability to their uses.
The advantages of the situation of
Hamline are self-evident as soon as
the situation is understood. It is
situated on the high ground, midway
between the cities of Minneapolis
and St. Paul, and the pure air and
pure water make it as healthy a place
as can- be found in the State* It is
far enough from the cities to te free
from its noise and confusion, and in a
very great measure also, from the
temptations to which students are
especially liable. At the same time
it is near enough to get the benefit of
the culture of the cities, and to be
come quickened from the inspirations
furnished by the activity of the two
great business centers. Students
have good opportunities for attend
ing lectures, concerts, &c., in the
cities, and are allowed to do so within
proper bounds. In considering the
opportunities offered here, special
mention should be made of the chem
ical and natural science laboratory,
arranged and supplied under the
personal supervision of Prof. Bachel
der. No college in the State has a
more complete or better arranged
laboratory, and none can offer better
advantages for the practical study of
the natural sciences, it is one of the
special features of Hamline. But ex
cellence of buildings and situation
alone, will not make a university,
and if Hamline had only these, there
would not be much excuse for its
existence. But it does not lack in
the things necessary to make it a
leading educational institution. Of
course one of the first reqisites is a
good faculty, and this I can confi
dently assert Hamline possesses
The President, Rev. G. II. Bridgman,
D. D., has been here less than a year,
but has already demonstrated in
many ways, the fitness of his selection
for the place lie occupies. He has
the chair for Mental and Moral Sci
ence. The other members of the
faculty are L. H. Bachelder, A. M.
Chemistry and High Mathematics
Rev. G. S. Innis, A.M., Latin Rev.
S. C. Gale, A. M., Mathematics and
English £ev. J. It.. Taylor, A. B,,
Greek Miss H. L. Schumaker, A.M.,
Preceptress and Prof, of Modern
Languages and English* These ate
all' experienced trcachfers, wiltf zeal in
$
-v J—'V* v, 1 petftepeqw, jm.ou auowca.
their work, and a lively ii tere tin
the pupils under their charge. The
student as a class are earnest and in
dustrious Most of the young men
and many of the young ladies are
paying their own way, and nearly all
seem to have the highest appreciation
of the advantages they enjoy, the one
opportunity given them for preparing
themselves tor wider spliers of useful
ness in life. Parents who wish
to seiid their children away to school,
anfl who are anxious that their as
sociations shall be good, cannot find
a school that will meet this condition
more fully than Ilamline. While the
most favorable conditions exist here
for the training of the intellect, the
ground feature of the institution is
that heart cultare goes hand in hand
with mind culture. There is a deep
current of religious leeling running
through all the college and its work
not demonstrative, but quiet and
prevading, making itself always felt.
Students once impressed with the
idea that the soul is of more import
ance than the intellect, and the result
is an added earnestness in their work,
and a desire to improve the mind not
merely because it thus becomes a
greater course of power, but also be
cause, when directed by a pure heart,
it will become a greater means for
accomplishing good. Besides the
regular course of study there are
many other means of improvement.
There are several Literary Societies in
a flourishing condition,and furnishing
excellent opportunities for training
in that direction. Declamations and
oratorical contests are frequent, and
numerous receptions furnished means
for social enjoyment. The terra just
closed has been one of marked suc
cess. The attendance has been good
and the work faithfully performed.
The new term which opens March
25th, has very bright prospects. At
the dedication of the new building
in January, the entire amount of in
debtedness of the institution was
paid, and financially it is in excellent
condition. Altogether the future of
Hamline ia rosy with the bright
hues of prosperity. The university
offers many advantages and induce
ments, I have not space to mention,
and those purposing to attend college
will find it worth their while to en
quire into them. O. E. B.
Commissioners Proceedings.
WADENA, MINN., March 18, 1884.
Regular meeting of the Board of
County Commissioners of Wadena
County, Minn.
Present, Commissioners#IIarrison
Lyons, W. R.Baumljach and Chas. A.
Alton, and County Auditor F, C.
Field.
Minutes of the last meeting read
and approved.
The report of fees received by J. II.
Montgomery, Sheriff of Wadena Co.
for the year ending January G, 1884,
having been referred back for correc
tion at last meeting, was read,
and on motion, accepted and placed
on file. Amount of fees, $2097.10
On motion, license was granted to
William Schultz to sell Spirituous,
Vinous, Fermented and Malt liquors,
in thp town of Aldrich for term end
ing January 13, 1885, he having filed
an approved bond as required by law.
The school petition of George
Wetherell and others was referred
back, for the reason that same did not
show a majority of the voters in the
Districts to be affected.
The individual school petition of
George II. Green, asking to be set off
from School District No. 50, Todd Co.,
and attached to School District No. 3,
Wadena Co., was received and time
of hearing set for May 15tli. 1884.
The individual school petition of
R. Marshall, asking to be set off
School District No. 50, Todd Co., and
attached to School District No. 17.
in Wadena Co. was received, and time
of hearing ordered for May 15, 1884.
The petition of J. S. Lewis and
others, asking for the organization of
Townships 137 and 128, Range 33, and
Townships 137 and 138, Range 34, and
Townships 137 and 138, Range 35, for
Township purposes, was referred back
for correction, as same did not show
a majority df the legal voters in each
of the Townships:
On motion of Comm. Baumbach the
Board appropriated $50 out of the
Poor fund to pay William Schultz for
Board and care of pauper Bertha
Krenz during her illness.
On motion the Board recommended
the abatement of the Personal tax of
II. B. Morrison froiu $159.29 to $112.
67.
On motion the allowance by the
Board of $14 per month, out of the
Poor Fund, granted to Mrs. Dahman
for the board of John Flannery, was
discontinued, and the Auditor in
structed to draw warrant for that
amount in favor of Oscar Joslin, for
said Board.
On motion the bill of fees in case
State of Minn. vs. Chits. Feehan and
J. B. Elliot was referred tot he County
Attorney with instructions to report
at the next meeting ef the Board.
On motion the bond of A. S. McMil
lan, conditioned for the faithful per
formance of his duties as publisher of
the Delinquent Tax List, was ap
proved.
The following bills were read and
disposed of as indicated below.
Pioneer Press Co., for blanks, 311.75 allowed.
Pioneer Press Co. for assessment books and
blanks, $49.00 allowed.
Pioneer Press Co., for Stationery, 83.00 allowed
Pioneer Press Co., for Books, $10.30 allowed.
Pioneer Press Co., for Books, $10.50 allowed.
Pioneer Press Co., for Rubber Stamp, $1.30 al
lowed.
Pioneet.PretB Co., for blanks. SO cts. allowed.
Pioneer Press Co, for Plat Transfer Book, t22 00
allowed.
Geo. B. Barnard & Co., for Treasurers receipts,
$13 35 allowed.
C. A. Cromett, for medicine furnished' for pau^
|lt^tSe|)eqo«,'S3.dO Allowed!
D. Cutshaw, returns of Births and
Deaths, township o£Ceaf Biver, $5.75 allowed.
A. S. McMillan, fer. printing and Stationery
$39.00 allowed.
(Jutitier Bartleso^ttOKrd of prisoners confined
in Otter Tail CouA^r Jail, $14.71 allowed.
Scribner & Hassan /Or CofBa and box for psu'
per Settrcoe, «16.lH)£taUrfr6d,
James Miller, coaT^yiagalection returns, town
ship of Leaf River, gpttijU election 1883, $2.0"
a
C. W. EUston£'OL *oC&».foraished to pauper
James, 8W.50 allo«Md$
Z. Haiuierson, egress,"poatage etc., $11.00 al
lowed.
C. A. Cnjmett, madicnl attendance on pauper
Bertha Krenz, S10.3Q} allowed at $9.50.
Giles P»ake, for cot for juil, $4.50 allowed:
Conrad-Ditmore. Town Clerk Aldrich township,
making retarns of Births and Dpaths, $12.00 al
lowed.
A. H. Bereman, f3j|printipg, 919.43 allowed.
Matthew Wlllian^'fown Clerk of Thomastown
township, returaing list of births and deaths
$4.00 allowed. v.-
Hannah Fuller, frf washing done for D. E. Ro
gan, $9.00 allowed.
John Harding, postage and express, $3.17, al
lowed.
T. C. Thompson, recording QfHcial bonds, S6.00
allowed.
1
Amoa& Benedict, Jbr Ink and Stationery, $2.00
allowed.
Amos & Benedict, /OP Medicine furnished to
paupers, $11,40 aUow^Ltf
Harrison Lyons, sert§${ POP*'
$10.00
allowed., W&r
$54 67 allowed.
C. I'otter, Rent of Hall, March term of Court,
$12 allowed.
F.
C.
Field, express, postage, etc., $7.35 allowed.
C. M. Kingsley, wood furnished for Court room,
March term, 16S4, $3.20 allowed.
R. H. Armstrong, Justice fees in case State ol
Minn. vs. W. S. Agucw, $1.40 allowed.
T.
F.
Ostrander, Fees as Clerk of Court making
returns of Births and deaths for Wadena County,
815.80 allowed.
T. If. Ostrander, fees as Towu Clerk of Wadena
township, making returns of birth sand deaths,
314.50 allowed.
C. H, Shields, Justice fees in case State of Minn
vs. Elwin Wynn «t al, $6.05 allowed.
F. Ostrander, drawing jury, and four days
attendance as Depnty Clerk of Court, 915.00 al.
lowed.
B. P. Welch, Justi-.e fees in case State of Minn,
vs. Frank Enos, $2.95 allowed.
James A. Thompson, Constable's fees in ease
State of Minn. vs. W. S. Angns, $3.75. allowed.
E. L. Rawson, witness fees in case State ef
Minn. vs. Frank Enos, $2.96 allowed.
John Rowe, witness fees in case State of Minn
vs. John B. Kelley, $2.84 allowed.
C. M. Kingsley, Sheriff's fees in case State of
Minn. vs. Elwin Wynn ct al, $6.50 allowed at
$4.00.
C. M. Kingsley, Sheriffs fees March term of
Court 1834, $69.40 allowed at $57.40.
John Buss, witness fees in case State of Minn,
vs. John Kelly, $2.18 allowed.
George Carl, witness fess in case State of Minn
vs. Jolin Toberey.82.61 allowed.
Merritt Osborn, witness fees in case State
Minn. vs. Elwin Wynn et al $1.24 allowed.
Sarah Powell, witness fees in case State of
Minn. vs. Elwin Wynnetal, $1.12, allowed.
C. C. Weodward, same, $1.12 allowed.
W. M. Boyer. sirne, $1.12 allowed
C. E. Buliardi fees us Clerk of District Court,
March term, $29.95 allowed at S23. 25.
William Rawson, rent of room for jury. March
term of Court, $8.00 allowed.
C. A. Alton, services as Commissioner looking
after poor, $4.50, allowed,
C. H. Shields, drawing jury, March term of
Court, 1884. $3.00 allowed.
D. W. Seal, witness fees in case State of Minn,
vs. Frank Enos, $2.96 allowed.
Bill of J. H. Pelkey for board of jury, March
term 1884, $26,90 was tabled.
W. N, Morell for mcdic.il attendance on D. E
Rogan, $39.00 was tabled.
Melvin Coleman, witness fees in case State 11
Minn, vs. Dominic Tuss, $7.20: was laid over till
next meeting.
On motion, Board adjourned to May
15th, 1884, at 1 o'clock p. ni.
Attest, II. LYONS,
F. C. FIELD, Chairman
Countv Auditor.
For Sale.
A good store building on Third
Street. For particulars enquire of
T. F. OSTRANDER.
Seed Wheat
I have for sale
150 bushels of Scotch
Fife wheat, for seed.
Painted,
CARL FISHER
Leaf River.
$20,000.
To loan on farm property, at a low
rate of interest.
46-tf OSTRANDER & Co.
Excitement.
What causes the great rus1* at Stinehour & Co'
Drugstore?' The free distribution of sample bot
tles of Dr. Bosaako's Cough and Lung Syrup, the
most popular remedy for Coughs, Colds, Con
sumption and Bronchitis now on the market.
Regular size, 50 cents and $1.00.
FOR SALE.—Building on Third
Street. Also, one on Front Street.
For particulars, enquire of
J. E. OSTRANDER,
At barber shop.
Convincin
The proof of the pudding is not in chewing tho
stiing, but in having an opportunity to lest the
article direct. Stinehour, the Druggist, has a free
trial bottle of Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung
Syrwp, for all afflicted with Coughs, Colds, Asth
am and Consumption.
For Sale.
Farm of 160 acres 62 acres ready
for erop, one mile east of the Post
Office. For further particulars en
quire of B. E. BOYER,
45-tf. Wadena,
Want of Faith.
Tf Stinehour, the Druggist, docs not succeed, it
is not for
WP
of faith. He has such faith
Farm for Sale.
Farm of 160 acres, 60 acres ready
for crop, one framed house 18x24, 1
1-2 stories high, one framed granary
20x26, 11-2 stories high, one log house
and barn. Good new fence all around
the 160 acres, and two good wells of
water. Price $2,500. Terms easy
For particulars enquire of
]^e*w
W. M. EVERTS,
Wadena Minn.
March Magazines.
The Ladies' Floral Cabinet, New York, has
among the illustrated articles in its March num
ber two that render it especially attra ctive. O ne,
on its first page, of a scarlet Lily, the blossoms of
which range themselves in a cirole at the top of
the flower-stalk, making a gorgeous crown. The
ether of a Kloral Arch, illustrating one of the
wavs by which the lawn can be ornamented aside
from feeddlng arrangements. Various interesting
papers are con'.ributed by well-known writers.
Mr. Wm. Falconer, formerly superintendent of
the Harvard Botanical Gardens, describes how a
garlen can be made beautiful with hardy flowers
collected from the woods and meadows. P. Lance
tells us of the novelties among Roses grown both
in this country and abroad. £. D. Stnrtevant has
some interesting facte to give about "Yellow
Water Lillies," a subject on which he is an au
thority. In the department of Home Decorations
only such novelties in fancy-work are phown as
are easy of execution and require small outlay for
materials, a feature which commend it to all
ladies. As the sea»on ia at hand when Sprin.
Flower Gardens must be made, it is timely 1A say
to our readers that the publishers of the Kloral
Cabinet send this year, pest free, to every yearly
tsubacriber Two Everblooming Roses, or Teii
packets of Choice Flow Soeds. As before stated,
any of our readers may have a copy of the Cab
inet for examination at a half price (six cent*), by
mentioning this paper.. Address, Ladies' Floral
Cabiuet. 22 Vesey Street, New York.
If any piersons wish to subscribe tor the Floral
Cabinet ill connection With our ownjwper, we
can furnish the two—including the ••Two Ever
blpoininffjtaaea," or the "Ten ifackcts of Flower
rBceds," for$l7o.
Fresh and
Front Street,
I*
E. M.
Dr.
Bosanko's Cot^h and Lung Syrup as a remedy for
(Rotighs, Colds, Cpnsumption and Lung affections
hat he will give a bottle free to all.
We are Pleased to Announce that Our
Spring and Summer Styles
Are now open for the
Inspection of the Public*
Our new stock consists of a large and varied assortment of Do
Newest and Best in
Embracing all the Latest Novelties and Standard Goods as well.
NOTIOKTS,
CLOTHING, HATS & CAPS, FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS & SUOES
We also carry a large and well selected stock of
Staple & Fancy Groceries,
Glassware, Stoniware, Woodenware, Etc., Etc.
We claim for our stock, General Excellence in Quality, Immense
prices which will be found Exceedingly Low. Call
day, to-morrow, and every day, and be convinced that you
can save money by making your purchases of us.
Pealie db Bnrcla,
Cornei' Front and Third Sis, Wadena, Minnesota.
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
OP-
E BROWN
At the Pelkey House Barn,
Front Street, Wadena, Minn
GOOD RIGS AND GOOD HORSES AT REASONABLE PRICES.
PELKEY HOUSE,
Pelkey Proprietor.
tiling KT©
NEAT AND TIDY.
THIS HOUSE HAS JUST BEEN NEWLY FURNISHED, NEWLY
and is now fitted up so as to furnish First-class Accommodations
to both Day and Week Boarders.
HOUSE OPEN BOTH DAY AND NIGHT.
Torms He asonablo
NORTHFOS & EA.RS1ST, Proprietors.
Keep constantly on hand a full stock of
And every thing kept in a first-class merit market.
Highest Cash Price Paid for Hides, Butter, and Egr/s
FRONT STREET* WADENA) MINN.
Merchants Hotel,
COOPER Proprietor,
This house has just been refitted and refurnished throughout making
one of the best furnished hotels on the line of the Northern Pi cific Ri
Road. The proprietor will give his personal attention to the comfort of nl
guests Terms Reasonable.
WAD EN A LIVERY
W. H, liKMEM, Proprietor.
GOOD DRIVING HORSES AND
Nice Carriages
CAREFUL. DRIVERS AND TKimS REASONABLE
Office at Merchants Hotel,
Front Street ... Wadena, Minn
PIONEER HARDWARE STORE!
Come One Come all and Hear Prices
Having oper.ad my new store, opposite Postoffic, with one of tho
Rest and Most Complete Stocks of Hard-ware
Tinware, Sporting Goods, Sash and
Doors, Building Paper, Sheet and Eyt
Iron, to be foi'.nd on the N. P. R. R., and
at prices that
CAN'T BE BEAT.
Agents fo*
DEERE & CO. PLOWS
and the
DOMESTIC ancl HARTFORD
Sewing Machines.
d. K. MILLER
r——
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Defective Page
Wadena, Minn
ARIA
.S. CASE, President,
Variety,
in to-
at
W
XI 8 CASE, Btnlier.
a
EXCHANGE BOUGHT AND SOLl)
INT 11
EST ALOW
El) ON TIME DEPOSITS.
Collections Receive Prompt Attention,
-ON-
At Low Rates of Interest,
E0R A TERM OF YEARS:
S03IE GREAT BARGAINS IN COUNTRY AND CITY
AGENT FOR N. P, TOWN LOTS.
Bank Open from 9 a. m, too
Th irdst reet Wadena
OSTRANDER &
If You Want Impoved, Wild,
TIMBER, PRAIRIE OR MEADOW UK
Call and See Us.
v^T"o 200,000
Acres to Select From.-
Time, at Fiates as'
LOW AS THE LOWEST.
nsurance a
OFFICE ONE DOOR SOUTH OF THE BANK OF WADENA,
Third Street Wadena, Mini.
Af-e
Terrn's: $i'.5b Per Year
No Hard ife Wheat,
And 411 Kinds of
FARM. GARDEN
And Flower Seeds,
For S2.I0 By €3rm Jtr9
Corner Third and King Sis. Wadena, Mi it
Front Street, Wadena, Min
AN IMMENSE STOCK OF
Hardware, Tinware, Gook an
Heating Stoves.
A Large stock of A. K, Pm
den's Heating stoves.
GILBERT'S DOOR LOCKS AND KNOB
DOORS, SASH, BUILDING PAPJfiK, AMD LN FACT EVEBYTH1
Unit, is kept in a
FISIST-CIJAS® TT A STOZt
Co 111 and see 11s and examine our stock and learn our prices.
A. L. IEWIN, Cashiei
SPECIALTY
A
CO.
M. Stewart, Jr.
J. ATZKY
Invites Attention to his LARGE STOCK of NEW
Dress Goods,
(blips, gujcrte IXXlJti
And also a Full Line
*.-V
zy-s-mi-iSm.
1
aple a 1 *11 FancT er cs Sto ooden
THIRD FlBEETj WADENlitlj #1

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