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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 31 August 1893

in a*- I 4 I i 5- rt Ipff^Pf^ Warren SheaP. J.P-MAYfSON, Editor and Proprietor. Wacul Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, August 31st, 1893. GAIL HAMILTON, WHEAT the celebrated authoress, is to write the authentic and only authorized biography ot James G. Blaino, and the work will soon issue from the press of the Hen ry Bill Publishing Co., Norwich, Conn. She has for years been member of the Blaine household and is in every way well qualified to be the biographer of the great states man. ranged from 90 cents tofl per bushel for two years after the en actment of the Sherman law, andkingdom, while "the robber tariff" was rob bing at its best. In the meantime with good wages and plenty of work the people were prosperous and hap py. Every man can judge for him self whether a change of administra tions which threatened undoing the well-settled financial affairs of,the Nation has not been the prime cause of all the trouble.Inter Ocean. THE Sherman law is wrong in prin ciple because it doe...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 7 September 1893

a is ty I.: vjr fi wis* efei 5. **r Whitney loads in low priees J. IT. McArthur arrived city last Friday. A. IJ. Palmer, of Independence,. Iowa, arrived in the city last Fri day. P. Peterson has moved into the Golden building with his tailor shop and his family. A still born child was born to Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Johnson on Thurs day last week. County attorney Brown, of Ste phen, returned this week from a vis it to the World's Fair. The Ited River Valley elevator lias opened up for business, with Chris Halsa in charge. Attorney L. S. Bayrell, of Argyle, was in the city last Friday, on business before the Probate court. If you don't rend the SHEAF, you won't get the news. Therefore join the growing- SHEAF army by be coming a subscriber. All elevators that are buying-, pay spot cassh for wheat. Of course that was the only way to get it, as the Sheaf has maintained right along-. Miss Lizzie Nay lor and Miss May E. Barnhnrt returned last Fri day from the southern part of the state, where ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 7 September 1893

rj V-. gfWm ghcsff. Jonv P. MATTSOV, Editor and Prop. WARREN, MINN. PHYSIOLOGISTS say that active exer cise of a man's arms and chest promotes the activity of his mind. Perhaps this is why pugilists do so much talking. HE sultan of Turkey has 300 wives the king of Dahomey, 250 the shah of Persia, 400 the king of Siam, 600 the king of Ashantee, 3,000, an'l the emappoint peror of Morocco about 6,000., DWID S. PATTERSON, of Nebraska, v* ho has recently patented an improve ment in the driving gear of locomo tives, is seventy-five years old, and has been totally blind from infancy. PUTTING a man on ice has always been considered a humorous conceit, but recently a New York man was locked up in a refrigerating room acci dentally, where he nearly fro^e to death. DON JOSE GAMNDO, mayor of Valen cia, Spain, has been sentenced to four teen years each on 217 indictments for falsify ing public documents, o,0"8 years in all They might have taken off those odd 38 "WHETHER it would be better to liv...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 7 September 1893

m~. kl kpf|r^- I I ^a-~-. (flgfel Hf! ^Jji AjcnKu^ TONE, ACTION, FRAMEWORK, A ND FINISH AND MODERATE PRICES. GUARANTEED S YEARS. SEND FOR CIRCULAR AND PRICES. DD4 Stamp i lustraled Fries List. TheSchumacherGymnasiumGo. WANTE HIVE AGENTS! In every town In each state to sell our Solid Columbian Silver Table Knives and 1-orks these goods are not plated goods but solid, and will hold their color equal to sterling silver goods and will cost only about one-quarter he prices of solid sterling silver. The goods are sold by agents only and warrant them to stand the test of years or refund the money, guarantee will go with each dozen and backed up by an old reliable company which has the reputation of making the best goods on the market. Samples sent on recieptofas cents, for which will for ward you our prices and dis count to agents. Agents make from 10 to 35 dollars per day. PJ? ADDRESS- maLTpson& LlQHT. 5TRONQ. To Ye Who Have, Little Faith 525-531W. 24 St., 'J NEW YORK. BOSTON CHESTWEI...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 7 September 1893

1 5 1 i I V [tF r f: a*. i.'- I Warren SheaP. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and^roprietor. Officul Pipr of Marshall County. Thursday, Stpt. yth, 1893. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. The weather continues fine and warm, and dryjust the thing for threshiiiK and stacking. Prof. Ryding, of Hope Academy, Moorhead, spent several days, inclu-" ding Sunday, here in the interests of said school. -T HE Thief River Falls Press enter ed upon its 5th volume last week. It has always been a staunch advocate of the best interests of its town, which it has done much to build up and make known tothe world. Long may the Press flourish. A few weeks ago the Sheaf con tained an item stating that P. F. Spaulding and son, of New York, had arrived. This was correct as far as it went, but should have inclu ded, also, Mrs. Spaulding and anoth er son. The Sheaf unwittingly di vorced the worthy couple, giving to each a son. Mrs. Spaulding enjoys her visit very much, and she is seen often with her husband driving over their extensive...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 7 September 1893

^ii,^?4 '& IT* s" ,rf* 4 &>'.V, I*H*.* ,%'B^J M' 4* W#en SHik J.P/MATTSON, Bditor andj^roprietor. Oflteialfeptr MarshallCmty. ftorsdty. Sipt. ?tb, 1893. p-: ADD1T10WL LOCALS The weathercontinues fine and warm, and dryjunt the thing for ifthrefShjus: and stacking. r? Prof. Ryding, of HopeAcademy, Moorhead, spent several days, inclu-' jding Sunday, here in the^interests of said school. M- *-THE Thief River Fulls Pressenter ed upon its 5th volume last week. It hat always been a staunch advocate of the best interests of its town, which it has done much to build up and make known to.the world. Long may the Press flourish. Afe a Ja *J. weeks ago the SHeaf con- tained an. item stating that P. F. I Hpauldiug and son, of New York, had*arrived., This washave correct as 't a t went but should inclu Sheaf unwittingly di ded, also, Mrs. Spauldingandanoth- aon* 3T| vorced the worthy couple, givintr to '0j0 each A son. Mrs. Spaulding enjoys d% her visit very much, and she is seen often ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 14 September 1893

4f,^^*wlceeP8',, Volume XIII. Home and County News Whitney lends in low prices. Mr. Woodruff arrived from Ill inois Tuesday morning. Ww. Angliro, of Crooksfcon, was in the city between trains Monday. W. P. Brown, the dentist, came up Tuesday to shoot prairie chick ens. L. C. Kekham, wife and chil dren, returned from the Fair on Fri day last. The Hewetb Musettes played liere in the new Opera House on Mon day evening. Our Big Woods correspondent gives some good suggestions about making our homes happy. A run of typhoid fever is report ed in the. country between Angus and EitcJid, attributed to bad water. Mr. fifa Mrs. G. C. Winchester! and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Powell left left on Monday to visit the World's Fair. F. A. Fretxgot back to "town Monday and has taken charge of the Minnesota & Dakota elevator again. Look onfc for prairie fires this dry weather. Every farmer ought to guard and protect his property well by plowing around the same. George Bernard, who never was known to miss...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 14 September 1893

1 a. j& ._ I J/'/* JOHN P. MATTSOX, Editor and Prop- WARREN~ T~ I MINN. "PITTSBUHGH PHIL," the plunger, is $200,000 behind on the racing season. This is a bad year for men who try to out 'cross lots to affluence. THE Savannah cyclone is another reminder that the year of 1893 will go flow in history as the calamity year of the latter part of the nineteenth cen tury. Ex-Gov. AND GEN. JOSHUA L. CHAM- BERLAIN has been awarded a medal of honor for distinguished gallantry at Uettysburg a little over thirty years ago All things come to him who v, aits. _____________ THE fact was brought out at the re cent labor congress in Chicago that there are two million children employed in various lines of labor in the country and twelve per cent, of them are under fifteen years of age. Six years' imprisonment is now the penalty for killing an antagonist in a duel in Russia. For looking crosswise at the czar one gets a trip to Siberia without a return coupon. Queer ideas of justice they have over ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 14 September 1893

e*n25!W& HAVE TONE, PERFEC r^w. AND MODERATE PRICES. GUARANTEED S YEARS. SEND FOR CIRCULAR AND PRICES. fbeComttHanoCo.^'iT" BOSTON CHEST WEIGHT FOR YOUR HOME. Bead Sump kr i lus^raled Fr'oa Lltt. Tha SohumaaSiar Gymnasium Co. Ww?1 *$**- ADDRESS- TieUpson&HaitCo. UnionYille, Conn. ***4. For information and free Handbook write to MUNN & CO 361 BROiDffiT, NBW JOBK. Oldest bureau for securing patents In America. Every patent taken out by us is brought before the public bya notice given free of charge in tha gmntiik IXmmem Largest circulation of any scientific paper in the world, bplendidly illustrated No intelligent man should be without it. Weekly. 83. 00 a year 9150 six months. Address MUNN CO* Pt.uu^iiEH3,301 Broadway, New York City. srssa Jlention this paper. +d,+)+d LlQHT. 5TRONQ. a To Ye & 1 WANTED LIVE AGENTS In every town in each state to sell our Solid Columbian Silver Table Knives and Forks these goods are not plated goods but solid, and will hold their color e...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 14 September 1893

tf ft l'j i it mta ill if Mr-" l#* Mil? Wappen,vfiheaP. J.P.MATTSOxN, Edit or and Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, Sept. i4th, i89). A second cirl wns bom to gladden the home of president and Cleveland on Sept. 9th. Ruth no more.. Mrs. It is Baby HE price of wheat is creeping up ward slowly. No. 1 Northern was 52 eta., and No. 1 hard 54 cts yester day. Let 'er go, Gallager. PRO F. W. W. Pendergast liar been appointed State Superintendent of Public Instruction in place of D. L. Kiehle, who has resigned to accept the chair of Pedagogy at the State Vniversity. The worthily bestowed appointment is LET 'S SEE, it is estimated that the value of the wheat crop of the Red River Valley will aggregate$50,000,- 000. The railroads get about one fifth of thisor about $10,000,000 for carrying the grain to market, and yet they find it necessary to cut their employee's wages down to $1 a day, at a time of the year when they have to commence thinking of buy ing extra clothing...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 14 September 1893

fe -1 A :-i.'2 S^*" ^^^^^^&^ SENATORS Sherman and Hoar in their speeches on silver, in the senate took occasion to effectually puncture the falsehood that has been so many times repeated in silver conventions, and on the stump, that one, Ernest Seyd, a banker, came over to this country in 1872 with a corruption fund raised in London to bribe Con gressmen to vote for the demonetiza tion of silver. It will be remembered i that this was Donnelly's pet asser tion in his speeches last fall, and was continually reiterated by populist speakers of lesser light. Mr. Hoar presented a letter written by Mr. Seyd to a congressman arguing strongly against that section of the Coinage Act then pending which dropped the silver dollar from the list of coins. It has been repeatedly shown by the writings of Seyd that he was a staunch bimetalist. Sena tor Sherman, who has been charged with the "crime" of demonetizing sil ver, called attention to the fact that he, himself, had voted against the bill,...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 September 1893

'"mmmSl&Mki 8 A ,.l 1 J! aELSOL *E^a*fe|ii8K^^'^ AST's*1 ft' Volume XIII. Home and County News Whitney leads in low prices. Dr. Chapin, of Euclid, was in the city Saturday. W. N. Powell left for Chicago Tuesday to visit the Fair. The hrst killing frost this year occurred on the night of Sept. 15th. Ask George Barnard to tell you about his eight mile walk Saturday morning. Chas. Ohiner, of Argyle, passed through Warren Tuesday en route to the World's Fair. Henry Davies returned to War ren last week, but his mother will re main east for awhile yet. A number of the young people attended a party out at Win.Tripp's Friday evening. All had a good time. Mr. .1. W. Winchester, a brother ok Mr. 0. C. Winchester, died ntTem bina, N. 1)., where he was in business, on Thursday last week. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Ilurlbufc, of Muson City, Iowa, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wood on Friday and Saturday last week. Quite a delegation went from Warren to hear Viggo Ullman speak at Crookston Monday o...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 September 1893

iU" I i i f' & 'p^ L-i' '^W fh 'Jf?^ "mmi Jf/ira/. JOHN P. MATTSOX, Editor and Prop. WARREN MINN. AT & Smith family reunion in New Jersey 10,000 people turned out We know of several Smiths that were not piesent. OYSTFRS twenty inches in diameter once grew on the sea bottom that is now the Yuma desert. Yuma doubt it, but they've got the shells to show. A YOUNG man in Spokane has pe titioned to have his name changed from Onion to Orion. Onion'* appeal should bring tears to the eye of the court. THE race to the two-minute mark be Us oen the trotter and the bicycle is an exciting one, with the chances slightly iu favor of the wheel that runs by hu man leg-power. THK ine crop of this country, it is estimated, will exceed 526,000,000 gallons this ear, and a large part of it will ac quire a French accent before it is fen ally disposed of. SAI spray was carried ten miles in laud from \\iij,hts\ille, N. C, by the recent great storm, giving the trees the appearance of having been out ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 September 1893

J\ HAVE i 4 PERFECT i LlQHT. TONE, ACTION. FRAME WORK, AND FINISH AND MODERATE PRICES. GUARANTEED 6 YEARS. lieCornettPianoCo.,8S?iS,K.' CHESTW ~i a 3 stU =3 Who Have. Little Faith a SEND FO CIRCULA AND PRICES BOSTON E, FOR YOUR HOME. .2 "S 1 i a if fla& Stunp fr Jklnrtrmted Piles Lilt. TheSohumacharGymnasium Co, 't ig I WANTE LIVE AGENTS In every town in each state to sell our Solid Columbian Silver Table Knives and Forksthes goods are not plated goods but solid, and wi ll ho their color equal to sterling silver goo ds and will cost only about one-quarter the prtce3 of solid Bterling silver. The goo ds are sold by agents only and warrant them to stand the test of years or refund the money, a guarantee will go with each dozen and backed up by an old reliable company which has the reputation of making the best goods on the market. Samples sent on reciept of 25 cents, for which wi ll for ward you our prices and dis count to agents. Agents make from 10 to 35 dollars per day. ADDRESS...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 September 1893

4 I iv*. *k* *$$SS&**i$fe ^ff^-wjpi Warren Sheaf.\ &a^ MATTSON, i^ Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall County. ___Jbursdayt Sept. 2 ist, 189$. HE fact that Marshall county has received an offer to buy its bonds would seem to indicate that the fi nancial situation is improving. The bonds will bear interest at six cent. per THE RE was a mad rush for land at the opening of the Cherokee strip for settlement, and as usual in such cas es many returned sadly disappoint ed. A parched prairie is not an in viting place for a settler. THE man most violeut in his op position to Hoke Smith in the G. A. R. encampment session at Indian apolis was ex-Commander-in-chief Ilea, of Minneapolis. Gen. Ilea should have kept still. He helped put Hoke Smith in office by bolting the Republican ticket last summer and declaring for Cleveland. He ought to have known, had he good sense, what the result would be. He ought to have known that Ids com rades would get just the treatment they are...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 September 1893

Wi "?S tneo IrrEttfeihM J.P.MATTSON^ Editor and Proprietor. Olflcial Paper ol Marshall County. _ Thursday, Sept. 2 ist, 189*. THE fact that. Marshall county has received an offer to buy its bonds would seem to indicate that the fl* naneial situation is improving. The bonds will bear interestat six per cent. TH TRAIN tz EBE was a mad rush for land at enin ,'-^$| ed. A Softhe Cherokee strip for ,$jtg settlement, and usual idisappoint- many returneas sadly f* such cns parchedrprairie is an iu- &ce fo a settlernot vitiu P1 vv TTHB man most violent in his op position to Hoke Smith in the G. A. K. encampment session at Indian apolis was ex-Commander-in-chief Ilea, of Minneapolis. Gen. Ren should have kept still. He helped pu$ Hoke Smith hi office by bolting the Republican ticket last summer and declaring for Cleveland. He ought to have known, had he good sense, what the result would bo. HeBrown, ought to have known that his com rades would get just the treatment they are now receiving...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 28 September 1893

"V f* "4k f\ I- atmsa 1 Volume XIII. Home and County News Whitney leads in low prices. Will Walker spent yesterday in the city. A. Grindeland went to Crooks ton Monday. Rev. Dnlnger, of Stephen, was in town yestsrdny. Ed Slee wont to St. Paul on Monday to buy a stock of goods. Don't forget the game supper Friday of this week at 6 o'clock in Slee's hall. Our readers will notice the change in D. A. Whitney's advertise ment this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. PoweH^ r& turned home"from"the World's "Fail on Fridav las* week. v?*^ Dr. Mcdillan reports three deaths at Stephen from typhoid fev er since Inst Saturday. Head the WARREV SHEAF and keep posted on county affairs. Sub scription only one dollar to Jan 1, 1895. Gust Wiekmnn, Ed Fransonand Adam Sahlberg boarded the Great Northern Monday bound for Minne apolis. Rev. L. M. Stohlberg will soon remove to Gilby, Minn. He has rented his house in Warren to A. M. Anderson, the furniture man. Editor Xovotny, of the Banner, started Monday to see th...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 28 September 1893

fa all III Rfc# !fc ps ij 5AP* JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Piop. WARREN~ I MINN. CASS IA M. CLAY, who is eighty-three, attributes his continued mental and physical vigor to the fact that he has never used stimulants in the course of his lifts. A TOBACCO plant produces S60,000 seeds. A single cigarette produces about the- saftfe number of seeds of du ease, and there's not much tobacco in it either. AT Roman marriages the wedding ring was placed on the thumb. At modern North American weddings the rmg is placed upon the third finger and the husband is placed under the bride's thumb. AN Arizona bank cashier nailed to the door the legend- "This bank has not busted it owes the people 136,000 the people owe it $55,000 it is the peo ple \\ho are busted when they pay. e'll pay UP Areas coat for waiters is to be nbohshed in the leading Swiss hotels. This will go far toward depriving them of one of their long enjoyed privileges, that of being mistaken for noblemen in temporary difficulcy. HE b...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 28 September 1893

A ^~?p~fis^* if* I ttj. 1 in (^^'fNDS. J\ HAVE PERFECT AND MODERATE PRICES. GUARANTEED 6 YEARS. SEND FOR CIRCULAR AND PRICES. IheCornettKanoCo., BOSTON CHESTW Bn Stamp f*r II nitrated Frka List. The Schumachsr Gymnasium Co. Wff' I WANTED LIVE AGENTS In every town In each state to sell our Solid Columbian Silver Table Knives and Forks these goods are not plated goods but solid, and will hold their color equal to sterling silver goods and will cost only about one-quarter the pricc3 of solid sterling silver. The goods are sold by agents only and we warrant them to stand the test of years or refund the money, a guarantee will go with each dozen and backed up by an old reliable company which has the reputation of making the best goods on the market. Samples sent on recieptof2S cents, for which we will for ward you our prices and dis count to agents. Agents make from 10 to as dollars per day. ADDRESS- Ti3Upson & Hart Co. Uniomrtlle, Conn. For Information and free Handbook write to MUN...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 28 September 1893

II 4 fm i i f. {&>* l4 Warren SfjgaP. Tj.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Officut Prt Marshall Cittnfr, Thursday, Sept. a j^. /l^ GAS has been discovered while bor ing for artesion well near Ste phen. I ought to be bottled up and plaeetl on exhibition at the county fair. Tins Supreme Court of the United States will be able to blow its own horn after this. The president has appointed a Mr. Hornblower to be associate justice. SENAT OR Stewart has offered a resolution arraigning president Cleveland for violating the constitu tion in seeking to influence the legis lative department of the govern ment. WORKWOMEN representing the 12, 000 sheet and plate rollers appeared before the Committee on Ways and Means to protest against any reduc tion of the duties on those articles. Two-thirds of those they represent were now idle, and all would be if the duties were taken off. CAPT. A. C. RHINEHART, of Pol county, has been awarded the con? tract for the drainage work to be done on the Tam...

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