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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 1 December 1880

p* HAIXVATOML. "tf 1 The SHEAF shall be a paper of the people, tfud it will labor for what is considered the best interests of the whole 'jocmiy. will be sent to many petsc ns seeking In uies in this valh-y, and, if by directing *\o eniiigratio*. comity an accelerated impetus \(j of the county, it will require the united support of its resent popu lation. It is always difficult for a prejudices sometime? existing in old counties, and much the more so in new one, wh'*n the persons form ing tlie community are liltle ac quainted with each other. rigbtj and look neither to the right or left, hoping that our purpose of doing our host for the whole with malice toward none, will bear us through obtaining the good will anl general .sujport of the county in this our little ox]-eriruent. .r talc \\c dcniaiid a brmd-gaug( i)j in, 'U.e with large ideas liberal .lenlimontdj eminently juviclicable to guard and watch our ilnorsified tud growing interests with alert .^reoei* ion and tintiring earne...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 1 December 1880

jite sup i i"\\ in. dice 1 icr a safe, v". r. ww. lPrM i Mi ffiv Vh SCiC'i Tl (i '/"V"! at]l nn v.-i. I'jfbM^ cargo of ihesoj, hiifNP 8,:-I too, vn ,r -Aill labor tor a .1 ,ii! hnc u,,,-,,^, ir liu- A Of thf* 0' 2/f 0Mn be a paper of 0* i -it i i i O w.it.-'i our diversified osereats with" alert unLirinj* earnest- ,:t UTld t. 1 fC: 1 ^W :r 11j n 1 -f' I ^*"'7t.v.w if by ..ircxiing i* 4ut-i- ihe bei t/ne so i'i ve'rrsi'))t L.iii ir. i til u-" i ir t]. v/i"'ii ^f/'" '*1"" AL. u- o,,',. It will b.jv.-uh iho JLu.Uu r.nn-in northern Minndu .s .iiokiiiy 1M IOCS! 'OIUKKM] ii col( at P.* distant fn.n. tins i nt 1 "--.'ntii- iis n,c i.'Tl !t or .I'/or1 r.'jtdic" i "tiiiii i i ui)lies none Miroouh no.- is dJhculi Ji ,Ifitnd.. h.t.Lt-cl -IM 1 ov left hoping that onr pur}ose of )hifr om- Vsi, for the whole, wiili will bear us be iicod will DEWEY. ,n-*' Mafe^ i\n f. :.u e\y ntartinot. Such .a i.ioo in (i(iver t( Pdlsb'Uy.i OMI.VO him Fniied States rr 'w**\o^ or rm re'of! to nil'.-vnaior ^.cMUUm'...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 1 December 1880

krretf A. DEWEY, Publisher. BARREN, MINNESOTA. iXNOTATI02fS. Mr Tildes has ju,st paid $100,000 101 a forty-aero tract of land near Grey 'toue on the Hudson for a deer park. Gv. HAaKiXL, of the Salvation Aimy nimo5! destroyed his usefulness at Maj- bold. tvy., by forgetting where he A\as iff} graying fervently fadm ah. a iiv.' 1 own ___ To' bugest cotton mill in the United faies- i just bren opened at Willi- i" tic 'ouni "tifut. 1- one im mense .-ingle )uoiri, 820 feet by 171 and in story high Hehtfd al mght by hfty one eleetri. lights. VOM vi.r contain* ug the descnp'ion ,i a'1 1 piTion-1 -C'li ri and jj a 1 i 10 1 1 2, *ho public .r' ct\ 0 .ni 1 'so (101 ami O' I, 1eiT ri'"1 tli present-j owr gh on qui 1' is 1 n-tniuV nn oddity, but it 1.- srid (h:u O'l^eu Victoria pioposesto 1 ue ^nob look 1. 1- to DO illus by photo^riphs. and Include a I'ere cost-i) ciiV, bvi' simple 1 "us ot illueiioii wheh lure been jp\en by A i .u ooor sub'p ets at Ha!- ixtravagpij/j company advv.iti'-cd ia iM...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 1 December 1880

mrrem A. DEWEY, 7ood& Publisher. WARREN, MINNESOTA. iNNOTATIOIfS, Mr. Tikleu has just paid $100,000 for a forty-acre tract of land near Grey stone on the Hudson for a deer park. GEN. HASKELL, of the Salvation Army almost destroyed his usefulness at May field, Ky., by forgetting where he was and praying fervently for Padueah, a rival town. THE largest cotton mill in the United States has just been opened at Willi mantic, Connecticut. I is- one iminterests mense single room, 820 feet by 171, and one story highlighted at night by fifty one electric lights. A VOLUME containing the description of all the presents ever given to a queen iti certainly an oddity, but it is said that Queen Victoria proposes to issue such a book. I is to be illus trated by photographs, and to include not merely costsiy gifts, but simple tokens of affection which have been given by her poor subjects at Bal moral. As oxtravagnnza company advertised in Pittsburg that they would pay a re ward to anybody who co...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 1 December 1880

I* ere is i sketch saul tho poefe^ Hun Unto the editor gray, i w% '"that I tossed inc off'in an idle hour" '\$j To pas the time away,' rg W\ Heie is a club,'" was the answer, In a bland and smiling way, "With which I frequently lo*s me off SIT poets in a day." Hickoiy dickerv, dotk, Malnl hud walked but block, An 01 angrc peel Under her heel showed the stripes her sock. THE "FRIED SOLE" INS. London Truth. "So Garbety has failed too/' re inaiked Parkles, the solicitor, as he KW Borne bills announcing a sale put up in the windows of the ''Fried Role Jfotfl," at the comors of the Pig Mar in Jowbeirj "Yea, failed, as Tarbeiry, Pemmies, und several others before 'em have f.u'eti in that house. 1 call it a waiting room of the work house, I do," an Mvcit Mr. Valtor, foreman to Salt and Tro.nJo, the local brewers and he *lioo hw hoad mysteriously. "Truth is Mi. Tirkles, 1 believe there is a.spell on the pla^e." *'F r'ine?aber the time when it used I the hotel in the country/' re in irked ti...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 1 December 1880

ffi 8saB*(at Siero i- 'i *!iih. mid (he poet. ovtc, tin' editor ftrav. llae: I l.^ed me'off'in sin idle hour To pa?* th.- ciiuo uway. l! l-.-i.* a (-lub,"' 'vas the am-wer, ii iil/iiicl and smilinsr way, 'a a whie i mquer.tiy toss me off 'i rjiA'ii in a Jo,v' fti.:,.- dk-ie-ry. (i. 'i iia iu"l '.-viil! but a htw.-'i A): !'!\l)i'.u t'Ol i "nihil' b':-r 1H II 1,,'vni tit Htripi.-. it hi-:' s.i*-k. 1H: -FRIED SOLE-" INN. .(.OIIM.JU 'i'iMUII. Caabery ha* failed too.'"' re- ne-ri' ad a ride-.-', thr solicitor, us :.iiv .-U,7K i, l! 'announcing a sale put a he. the -A IOA'.S tho '''Fried. Sole Ho*,.]/' at i h.i a 1 i i'1 .a.aana of the Pig Mar- in Jowherr, "Yes, failed, .is Tatbeiry. i'emmies, a .-u.-verai eiio. a-, before 'cm have in the' eoujo-. 1 cull it a waiting '..i:'. of the va house, I do," an- Mr. Va^a. foreman to Salt and ha he the I'-Ci!- brewer*- and .:i: ,ha '..a jny^Uaieu^ly. ''Truth '.'Ii. aides, h.Jie'e there a-spell the riiii'..! w'iituj it used to,, i -i hobe i the e-Mir...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 1 December 1880

Warren Sheaf. A. IWY i PoMJfflBbtt* Prints every Wednesday at tM County &>at m-red at tV pwrtoffii t ffarwn us second- Railroad Time Table. S Paul, Minneapolis & Mani toba Railway. WARREN. J. B. TitiIK, ttiition Agent. LCIISA, airi iculim al htuip. Leave Souflu Leave North, "Pasenger -3,57 p. m. .-vna:r, 2.00 i m. STEPHEN.t Htnr Lane, Station Ag' nt. Leave: South. l.e.-.t Xoul.. yutwriei:!, 2.00 p, m. Pissenger, ii.3') p. in J-'rcighi,. 11.20 ii. m. Freight, LOO p. m. J* 7 X51^ I. OFFICIAI-S. MKMBEr. OK f- )SGIJS 'W. I Wash burin, Minneapolis nriSMUcr OOVKT. Distrl.-t j.udpt, v- P. Stearns, Duluth. KTATJG.SEX .iron. Andrew MiCxen.. Perharo. l&VKmXTATtVEii. O. OornTtoek, M.oorhea:!. Ba'U.'id'Sumprto.'i, Ciookstop.. COHSTV mruzz Probate Judge, JV-:.'ii.l!.-r. of J'Jceds, Audllor, 'i"-i6Hf. ffii'jriftV AP.oillCV, ikbo yi.iporint(*nde .t, Corn *urv,voc, "Ol'NfTV OOMMTSStONKltS. "ic: Dr-tru'-- P. "M.dnlvre, Warren. 2d Di*r.net~E.. j. Xv.ye, Lout* i. *Af Dir.ilcW-A, Dhmumd,...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 1 December 1880

W^ywMw^OT&tii 5 Warren Sheaf] WXZY^ Pc2U.M5Xt22b 1-Mxjt-M very Wtcli'.e^Jav ft the*c.in* sAat, 'ftured at v"rk- povtoirhe attf'.H-wmS secorii!- -1iij trailer. i Pan) Mimveapoiis & Mani-i toba Railway. WAEKEN. .1. B. ~':rn-.. ^t:iii..?i AffiMit. !,,nrVlKn!: Jv.a-.vt- North. Yuo!'- Y'io F:!Psen-'_'''r, iAAbo. a 'f.Vi-hl, .".I-i" j-. iii. -a hO.h ISA, 'yu'vienluu-a oae il.00 a. m. Soat)',. Noul.. i l1. ra i'^seii^f ci.t'avo 'i!'i, '.J.:V i IM K- t}:_ b-hn YV. Mr 'l.-yl Si. t.a i.i. F. i 1 J..-'.- K'K^jniv 'tflfic.v, V^' Miii'l t-'. lV. \e--eO,'- j'.jr '.'Vf-' *.ro!?u/ :S:H' ei-i'v. lini-Mii, .Mien Local Brevities. i Wliftrt "booms. T/dfjrMfal w?athe Clear, cool. l.'U l"is-ji)t ?ubsctibe ff tin- SHEAF. Wirtut is'hrinorhijrfO cents to-iav.r Sa^roail Time Table, __ Congves* will next Monday. D,-v I1T- Y?:f ..Jr OVJvS.CIALS, tb'- m.i i i, x,.,i, t.-,bb- and- o^*kery 1'VICib-iClM..S -i.-MbeiioMbw.,. i:.bl: .*A.-.r i i.iit-., l'.'/iyaii!,, Dubatb. '^'bre^bie ,n (be 1 1-. i-.ai- A. I....

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 5 January 1881

IN PUHLIC otrvtuiJLi^&. MEMBER Olf COXGKKS9, W. D, "Wajr.burn, Minneapolis DISJTHICT COl'BT, Plstriet Judge, 0.1*. Stearns, Duluth. STATE SJ5NATOR, Andrew MeCrea, Pertiam. KKl'KKSIJNTATIVES, fi. G. Gonietock, Barnerd Sampson, COUJfTT QFF1CEH9, Probate Judjrc, John "W. Slec. Rugiater of Deeds, Thos. Civgjr. Auditor, 0. Taylor. Treasurer, J. C. MeCrea. Sherifl', W. T. Lackey, Attorney, A. E. Flint. School Superintendent, J. M. Brown. Coroner, Win. Cnrrc.se. Surveyor, J. Nelson. COCXTT COMMISSIONERS. lt DistrictA. P, Melutvre, Warren, gd District'F. D, Kevc, Louisa. Bd DistrictA, Diamond, Stephen. Religious Notice Religioui servjee* in the. Bchool house every iunday at 10,30 a. in, Society. Temperance Society organisation meet every I'll lay evening at the school house. BUSINE^CAEDS. WARBUN. O, TAYLOR. COUNTY AUDITOR. Pays Taxes for Non-residents. J. P. Nelson, A. rV i O I I TNT 1 2 Real Estate, Pays Taxes. JOHN W, SLEE, Abstract and Land Examiner. Agent For K, R. LAND In POI..K, M...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 5 January 1881

WARREN SHEAF. A. DEWEY, Publisher. WABREN, MINNESOTA. CURRRENT TOPICS. JOHN KELLY, the famous Tammany boss, is being deserted by his friends, who now look upon him as the prime cause of the defeat of the party in New York. THE Louisville Courier-Journal pub* hshes what purports to be the official vote for president, which gives Garfield 9.751 votes over Hancock, and the combined op position 340,828 over Garfield. A siNGULAB report comes from Washing ton, that the social influence of the army neutralizes all attempts to reduce expenses and inaugurate reforms, and that this influ ence controlsabouttwelve votes in the senate alone. GEORGIA railroads have charged passen gers five cents per mile, and of course are uly outraged by a peremptory order of the railroad commissionerswho are clothed with ample powerto reduce the rates to three cents per mile. THE supreme court of the United States has rendered the important decision that an individual shareholder of an insolvent na tional bank ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 5 January 1881

TV* RAILROAD HORROR. A Train Goes Through a Trestle-Men Boasted AII'VP in Spite of Almost Superhuman Efforts to Save Them. A dispatch from Lincolnton, N. 0., gives the particulars of a horrible railroad ac cident on the western division of the Caro lina Central railway, by which six of the nine persons on the train lost their lives. When the train reached what is known as the Indian creek trestle, three miles and a half from Lincolnton, and just as the engine had crossed it, the whole framework gave way, and the entire train, with the exception of the engine and tender, went down with a fearful crash into the ravine, a distance of seventy feet. Scar cely had these fallen and their creaking tim bers ceased trembling when the whole of the huge trestle- work came down upon the passenger and mail cars, literally flattening them and completing the work of destruc tion. The only two witnesses of this fear ful sight were Engineer Hall and Fireman Smith. They were horrified at seeing flames...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 5 January 1881

Warren Sheaf. A. I)'ciWEi\ Vr.iij. *nr.u .'_.. _. ......__ I'riiittjd cv^ry VVcdnesdnv at he Comity -Sent. En,,rfd at the l-ton^W, T'ne roots of the winter wheat, is reported to be frosjpn put in Wis consin and Minnesota. rd Hfty-eight per cent, in the last: oVlock a. m., hday^anuary 20th, at (xran Forksn A farmer of experenee in wool growing has wellsaid there is more pound than to loan money at 10 ,1 i i i.n, --in- ovriuh IM .t,o_.i. to 4.0S8.HO0,OOO oound. and their !1 total valil" when killed for food is" viiOS 200.001). -.i...-i'/%.!- .-,i llin V/'ll'iii-. f/ 7.rt\'uuooai I Ulendive. tli at which the don ^''vs_e_point 7 'V \\r vonl is entitled to a ehromo for ue- pounds. A second one weighed 875 rrtiey wheJn {ouu miles fru the startinr point stuck in a snow drift. r on Tuesday next lor a chiirter. [Fisher's Landingr 'Hu Lietin. fridge and Albert L. Teele. under the name of the iloorhead Argo naut. [Pioneer Press. A correspondent of the Stillwatei L-a/.ette toll of an ancient Oh...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 January 1881

I I WFMttFn OK COXORISt. Washburn, Minneapolis lHSr^ICT coi JIT. Diitrlct JudRe, O. I\ Stearns, Dulutb. STATE SEN ATOK. Andrew McCrex, Perlnm, RITRIHENTAI IV?. G. Comstook, Moorhead. JJameid Sampson, Ciookston. COt NTT Ofl'ICEKS. Probate Judge, John W. Sice. UcjjiMer of Deed*, Tho*. Crrgj* Auditor, O. T.nlor. Treasurer, J, C. MiCrcn. Sheriff, NV.T. Lackey. Attornrv, i A. E. Flint. ^rhooJ Superintende' t, J. M. Brown. oioner Wm. Cai rest. Mim\or, J. V. Nilisou. COI MTT OOMV1A3IOJIBRS. UtDmtrSVtA. P. Molntjir, Warren. rilDifitrutF. D. K(j, Louisa. 5i DistrictA. Ditinond, Stephen. RcliffloiiM Ttotlre* Religion* amice* in the sellout honac every Sunday at 10.dU a. m. Sorlctj. Temperancf Sonet} organization meet every FnJay cTenmij .it the school house. BUSINESS CARDS. "\VA. RI1KN. 0. TAYLOK. COUNTY AUDITOR. Pays Taxes for Non-residents. J. P. Nelson, JL. "V O 1 1 3 'V /tea/ Estate. Pays Taxes. JOHN W. SLEE, Abstract and Land Examiner. Agent For LAVi In Poi K, MAH- iHVLl. AM) KttTWS Col ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 January 1881

WARREN SHEAF. A. DEWEY, Publisher. WARREN, MINNESOTA. CURKBENTTOPICS. HE new constitution of Georgia limits legislative sessions to forty days every two years, which time has been found ample to accomplish all needful legislation. A SINGXJIJAB report comes from Washing ton, that the social influence of the army neutralizes all attempts to reduce expenses and inaugurate reforms, and that this influ ence controls about twelve votes in the senate alone. HE New England states have been ex periencing oity below zero weather, and hink it not so bad as represented. Old Virginia boasts ef twenty below zero, but there a good many people were frost bitten, and cattle and game were frozen. HE Ponca investigating commission will go west at once and endeavor to. get at the bottom of this tedious business. It was appointed at tho solicitation of eastern sympathisers, and it is said Secretary Schurz looks upon it as a piece of sentimentalism. HE New Year was celebrated in all the cities and largo ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 January 1881

MINNESOTA NEWS. Minnesota Legislature. i TUESDAY, JANUARY 4. SENATEThe new members were sworn in ana also the officers elect, as follows: SecretaryS. P. Jennison of Goodhue. Assistant SecretaryA. G. Wedge of Free born. nvolling ClerkJ. P. Jacobson of Ramsey, ugrossing ClerkA. T. Bryant of Steele. Sergeant-at-ArmsW. H. Mellen of Murray. Assistant Sorgeant-at-ArmsC. W. Eeise of Kandiyohi. Chaplainllobert Smith of Ramsey. A resolution wns adopted for the appointment of a committee of seven senators and thirteen representatives to who shall be referred all matters rclatiag to apportionment. A bill was introduced by Senator White: An act to improve the surveying service of the state of Minnesota. The bill provides that county surveyors be paid $1,200 per annum, and be held to a strict accountability, and pro vides for resurvcying and relocating certain government posts or monuments. HOUSE :Hon. Fred Yon Baumbaeh, secre tary ot state, brought down the gavel and called the house of represe...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 January 1881

Warren Sheaf. A. DEWE1T, PrBuanpR Pilnted every WcdnesJaj at the County Seat. JZnkiod at the po^toflkc at Warren as second thss mattei. Ada lias been incorporated as a lllage. The legislature of Dakota met yesterday. Glyndon people are having the mumps. So says the News. There is to be built a $80,000 ho tel in Moorhead in the spring. Gath says Secretary Ramsey is the ablest man west of the Missis sippi. The machine men are commenc ing to monopolize the advertising columns in some of our exchanges. It is estmated that during the past 3 ear 2,100 people, in round numbers, committed suicide in this country. The Fisher's Landing Bulletin is designated as the official paper of Polk county, by the board of Commissioners, at their January meeting. The Continnental Hotel of Fargo, lias inaugurated a series of dances for lhe hired girls of that place. Friday night of last week the first Was held. The U. S. Land office ot Grand Forks, has taken, in the last three months $36,582.61, or nearly...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 19 January 1881

'^,i'v^, .V'''-'- Tlu V#s&v'"""*'*"*- ^VM*NV^ '^'"#*0'' W^lHr ap."'fvN-Jp'-v-Si,''l ''1/ 'C'^ M MEMVBR OF CON9EISS. TV. $ciftbjirij, Minneapolis J)I8TR1CT COURT. JJitric Judge, O. P. Stearns, Duhith. STATE SENATOR. Andrew McCrea, Ferham. KEPRESEKTATITIiT. ft. G. Corastocjv, Moorhead. Barnerd SampBon, Crookston. COCXTT OFKICER8. John W. Slee. Thos. Cregg. O. Tajiov. J. B. Titus. W. T. Lackey, A, E. Flint. J, M, Brown. "Win. Carrose. J, P. Nelson, Probate Judge, Jtogiater of Deeds, Auditor, Treasurer, Sheriff, Attorney, School Superintendent, Coroner, Surveyor, COUSTT COMMISSIONERS. 1st DistrictA. P. Mt-Intyrc, Warren. Ad DiitrictF. D. Keye, Louisa. 3d DistrictA. Diamond, Stephen, Religious Notice. Religloxts services in the school home every Sunday at 10.30 a. en. Society. Temperance Society organisation meet every Friday evening, at the school house. BUSINESS CARDS. WA/rtTUs:rv. 0, TAYLOR. COUNTY AUDITOR. Pays Taxes for Non-residents. J. P. We!son, .A. OR^ !K /tea/ Estate. Pays ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 19 January 1881

WARREN SHEAF. A. DEWEY, Publisher. WAKREN, MINNESOTA. CURRENT TOPICS* HE reduction of the public debt in De cember was over five and a half millions dollarssince June over forty millions. HE veneraVe Thurlow Weed says the climate has undergone a changethat win ters are milder now than fifty years ago. Perhaps the people are better fed, clothed and housed, and that the difference, if any exists, is not wholly due to lower tempera ture. EASTERN papers want a high board fence put up this side of Manitoba to keep out the weather. The time was, not many years ago, when Minnesota was eredited with all the cold weather on the continent, but now they get it at first hands, and are not satisfied. HE annual meeting of the Minnesota early amber cane growers will be held at Minneapolis, Thursday, January 20tlh and immediately after the adjournment thereof, there will be a meeting of the horticulturists and fruit growers both to be held in the city hall. GEN. GARFIELD has sent letters to the sen...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 19 January 1881

THE HOME OF MARK TWAIN. The Pleasant Impression it Made Upon the Iowa Humorist. Iu a recent letter from Hartford, Conn., to the Burlington (Iowa) Hawkeye, Mr. R. J. Bnrdette writes: "The pleasantest view I had of the city was from the cozy fireside in that wonder ful home of Mr. S. Clemens, who wasceive my host during my stay in Hartford. I am not a man addicted to sold weather. I am not sufficiently 'British' to wander through December and January in a short checked coat aud no ulster. I am given to much wrapping up when I do go out in the snow, and to very little going out in the snow at all. I begin to shiver with the first frost, and I keep it up until the following April. And so when I can sit down before a bright wood fire, and burn up cigars while some body entertains me, I love the icy Winter. I think I have never been in a home more beautifully home-like than this pal ace of the king of humorists. The sur roundines of the house are beautiful, and its quaint architecture, br...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 19 January 1881

Warren Sheaf. A. DEWXT, PrinUd eyei WcdnesJaj at the County Scat, JLnttrod at the postofflce at Warren 9 second ilass matti'r. Portsmouth young man devour* i il 1( raw oysters, and still lives, though the undertakers have an eye on him, When a woman buys a pug dog for a low price she gets a bargain, plete his work. Jay Would controls 9,649 miles of railroaid with 385 more miles to hear from now building. And still lie is not happy. [Fargo Argus. Polk County proposes to bond itself for a railroad to the amount of $200,000. also $80,000 for a court house, and A60,0()0 for a jail. There is to be a bridge, built over the Missouri River at Bismarck, by the Northern Pacific railroad, which will be nearly a mile length, and cost about $1,000,000. Senator McMillen receh ed the majority of th votes for Senator cast by the Senate and House on I Thursday Jan. 13th, and is return ed U.S. Senator for an other term A Texas paper says that the oung people in Houston, in that Htate, enjoyed their N...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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