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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 22 March 1894

I 1 LV i* .1(1 i 1 1 JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Prop. WARREN~ MINN. AT Saltsburjf, Austria, a man was re cently liberated who had been kept a prisoner^ipr-fifteen years, during which he never saw a'bum an face. AccoMftNOito recent statistics it takes 8,614,000,000 gallons of beer annually to supply the demand. Germany makes 1,222,000,000 gallons, and Uncle Sam 1,000,000,000 galfona I 1 JR THE unpleasant habit that young mothers have of insisting upon visitors kissing the baby has resulted in a Phil adelphia organization called "The Anti-Baby Kissing society." J. S. WILLIS, of Missouri, announces that the trumpet will sound Thursday, March 6, 1896, at 3 m., Jerusalem time, and that the millennium will be gin ill the afternoon of April 11, 1896. THFRE are about seventeen million milch /ejects in the United States, andyet we have to depend upon the product of the hog for our dairy butter. Are the cows attending strictly to their busi ness? PHYSICIANS say that persons struck by lightni...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 22 March 1894

jr E me the offering bear," sbo asked. And on the little faoo Tho earnest wish of her young heart Laid its own ten- aer grace. She was the youngest lamb of all The flock I called my olass, As fair as any Easter bud Was the wee, winsome lass So in her little dimpled hands I placed our "offering" lair, Sweet rosebuds, white and pure, and bade Her to the chancel bear Those emblems of her preoious self, A bud for Heaven grown And destined on some glorious day To bloom before the Throne I watched the little figure speed Along the marble aisle, Her eyes like stars, her crimson cheeks All dimpling with a smile I saw her lift her "offering" up, And then- all Joyously The baby voice rang out "Please dWa These f'owers to Dod for me, And tell Htm all us little dirls Send Him our love and then With happy eyes, my little maid Came tripping back again, Content to feel that she had done With us her little part, And given, with her sweet "offering," Also her precious heart To the dear Father, for w...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 22 March 1894

IS*- TW/A I fZK **SSF" Warpe SheaP J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, March 22nd, 1894. GOLD has been discovered on the fhore of Devils Lake. I is not the first ti me that gold and the ti1 have been found close togethe r. THE Bland bill providing for the coinage of the silver seignornge has issed both houses of Congress. But our gold bug president will per haps interpose his veto. CONGRESSM AN Boon is making a determined effort to secure a govern- & ment appropriation for the improve Bient of Red river. In our opinion J5"- ell money expended on that stream might as well be sunk in its bottom Us far as any practical results are i Concerned. WHEN a fellow-being, who has been travelling the downwa rd path to de struction, pauses in his course, and eete his face in another direction, it I our duty to extend a helping hand to such'a brother. Woe be to him Who places any obstacles in the way such a one. Foldahl,T Mfirrh 10. 18(M. Editor SH...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 22 March 1894

LU O If^fr^-^Wl^ ft *f li? 1 Warren SheaK J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, March 22nd, 1894. P%=, GOLD has been discovered on the liore of Devils Lake. I is not the first time that gold and the d1 I*9""' CONGRESSMAN Boen is making a determined effort to secure a govern ment appropriation for the improve ment of Red river. In our opinion all money expended on that stream might as well be sunk in its bottom Us far as any practical results are Concerned. pr ''WHEN a fellow-being, who has been travelling the downward path to de struction, pauses in his course, and Bets his face in another direction, it to our duty to extend a helping hand to such'a brother. Woe be to him tvho places any obstacles in the way f such a one. Foldahl, Officers' salari es should increase _. and decrease accordi ng to the price of wheat. At a largely attended meeting in town of New Solum the following re solution was passed: Resolved that fixed salaries are-unjus...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 22 March 1894

Kfci mi** amen fiheaF. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor, Often! Paper ot Wtarthall County. Thursday, March 22nd, 1894. GOLD has been discovered on the iliore of Devils Lake.It is not the first time that gold and the d1 pmre been found close* together. THE Bland bill providing for the coinage of the silver seignorage has passed both houses of Congress. *"But our gold bug president will per bupa interpose his veto. *"'T CONGRESSMAN Boen is making a I determined effort to secure a govern ment appropriation for the improve* tnent of Red river. In our opinion II money expended on that stream night as well be Mink in its bottom Cis far as any practical results are Concerned. WHEN a fellow-being, wlio 1ms been travelling the downward path to de struction, pauses in his course, and jBetfl his face in another direction, it our duty to extend a helping hand to such a brother. Woe be to him tvho places any obstacles in ,the way Of such a one. N Foldahl. March 19. 1894. Editor SHEAF It looks ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 29 March 1894

fj^Sfc*. --Rev. O. S. Werner is away at tending mission meetings in Heeker fount.v thiH week. Mrs. Nelson Burnsidt died nt Warren la* Wednesday and wiv. buried on Friday. S Q*. C. Winchester come* to the front this week Tvitn a m.w ml, to which we unit "attention. Wm.inuel flolm, who has Wen *tending school in Oookston dnr- *n% the winter, has returned. Saloon licenses will expire on April 9th. Nothing strong, than milk and water td'ter that time. Abraham Dalquist flushed teach ing a five months' term of school in AVflr Solum on Friday last week. ICditor Novofcny, Tit Jt]w Tinnn.tr. rt\ ne down Friday laist/wook to call on hi* Warren friends, ivtamino next day. Mr- .7. L. Olson now sole pro prietor of the feed and flour business conducted hither! by Olson liuudtom. Hev. M. T*. Dnmrncrsncs, of fres co, la., will preach in the Nonv. Lath, church, Friday evening of this aeek,at, T.'JO P. M. You eaa subscribe for any pnpu published in the world at the RIIEAF office. Subscriptions reeeiv...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 29 March 1894

a S i $1 I f" ^5^'^^ ^r ^\$gm$ TS cmreiv ^Shaaf JOHN P. ATTSOX, Editor and Prop. WARREN^ I MINN. ABOUT this time the encumber Is be* ginning to supplement the work of the ffrfp- ______ BY the old system of chronology in vogne in China the year- 18WJs marked as the year 7,910,343. *l*r Termont the maple trees were bored a month earlier than usual this year. This augers well for a large crop of sugar. I THKBK are-'flfty-two canals in the United Stages having a total length of 4,468 miles. China alone excels this country in its canal mileage. A FRENCH priest stationed at Jerusa* lem has been the fortunate finder of "a talent of the time of King David." It was unearthed in his dooryard. HE fact was brought out in a Phila delphia court the other day that a cer* tain money lender of that city has been in the habit of charging 1,200 per cent fop the use ot money. HE cylinder head of a Connecticut locomotive blew out while going at full speed, but the train's momentum carried It to the feta...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 29 March 1894

feSI i-W-tf, M&LSL L*% W $' AN EDITORIAL TRAGEDY. The editor sat in his easy chair Ana wrote: "The winter is hurd And we needed wood' Ere the ink was dry The wood was pitched in his yard! Amazed, he blotted .the lines and wrote: 'Our groceries soon will go When aloud voice cried from the door outside: "Here's a barrel of Hour below'." With fear and wonder an joy he still Wrote on: Our clothes ure fjone." When he heard call from the outer hall "Try this suit from the tailor's on'.'' Trembling again, ho essayed to write: "But little cash we hold." When over the door of his office floor Came hundreds of dollars In gold! Too muob. too much from the place he ran And boarded a flying train And some time later a raving man Was labeled: "Gone case. Insane!" P. L. Stanton, in Atlanta Constitution. A MEXICAN ADVENTURE. Story of an Encounter with Gentlemanly Bandit* Some secrets are well kept. Among this number is surely to be reckoned the reason why a certain New York raining company, whi...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 29 March 1894

a A PW i /'Eg If Warren1 I- *H I* IS,*3 SheaP. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, Mnreh 29th, 1894. THE WashburnCrosby Milling Company, of Minneapolis, last \*eek, bought .'1,250,000 bushels of wheat in one cash deal. I is probnbly the biggest transaction of the kind ever made. PnEsiDENivNorthrop, of the Stnfce University, a few days sinee wnrned the students ngainst all kinds of gambling. Gambling is a vice which young men should shun ns they would death. IN the Breckinridge- Pollard breach of promise suifc Washington the Kentucky orator and statesmnn hns fceen shown to be a wolf in sheep's clothing. It is well for society to nave the mask torn from H\trh hy pocrites. EniTonSTEAD,of Knghind hns writ ten a book which he hns given the title, "If Christ Came to Chicago," which is proving sensntion. In it he shows up the rottennes of thearis tocratic circles ns well as the degra dation of the slums. COXGHEBS MW Medonry, republi cnncongressm...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 29 March 1894

&fr# ik J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor.' tflcial Paper of MarskalfCounty. Thursday, March 29th, 1894. THB Washburn-Crosby Milling Company, of Minneapolis, last week,, bought 3,250,000 bushels of wheat la one cash deal. It is probably the triggeat transaction of the kind ever made. PnBsrofiKT'Northrop, of nraTttnfo University, a few days since warned the students against oil kinds of gambling. Gambling is a vice which young men should shun ns thev would death. IN theBreckinridge-Pollard brentth promise suit at Washington the Kentucky orator and statesman hns j-peen shown to be a wolf in sheep's elothing. It is well for society to fcave the mask torn from su^ii hy pocrites. RwroitSTEAD,ofKnglnnd hns writ ten a book which he hns given the title, "If Christ Came to Chicago," which is proving sensation. In it lie shows up the rottennes of the aris tocratic circles ns well as the dvftrn dation of the slums. CoNonESSMAN MeClenry, republi can congressman from the second Minnesota di...

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 April 1894

1 Sw i&r Jr Q. to. 1 JWw &A C* ."1"" 1 f- (Xtt '4 SI* 1 rn: 4. 1 rt 'f: i rv Volume XIV. Home and County News Tuesday was a rainy day. Seed Grain Notes for sale ab the SHEAF office. Tom Iveefeleft to work on a farm near Stephen on Monday. Many farmers intend to seed a little flax, this year by way of experi ment. A bal\y girl was born to Mr. find Mis* H. Hngganl, on Satur day lat week. Andrew Anderson has been ap pointed sexton of the cemetery by the city council. Instruction in utnrchiug and ironiuiiig given to those wishing to learn at the Warren Laundry. The city council has fixed the |ol tax for the ensuing year at two days labor, or two dollars cash. Frank A. Mattson commenced teaching a term of 'school in Dist. No. (J, town of Warrenton, tins week. John Snndberg, from town of ILincoln,called ou the county auditor yesterday to secure his bounty for killing three wolves. Would it not be well to plant a few acres of some early variety of corn. Eveu though it may not ma tu...

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 April 1894

.V i If I JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Prop. WARREN^ MINN. EATlxe contests area feature of the religion of the South Sea islanders, ''hey hoop themselves like barrels to keep from bursting. Miss MABY HAP PT was married re cently to James Lucky, in Halifax, N. S. The local punster declares it to have been a happy-go-lucky match. THE playing- of football was defined as a crime in England in the reign of Henry VIII. The people of those days had a very accurate conception of some things P&BHAPS the oldest son-in-law in this country is Uncle Dave Brewer, of Lebanon, Ore He is 84, and his mother-in-law is living with him at the age of 99. MARIS AXTOIXEITE'S lace shawL which she gave on the scaffold to her father confessor, the Abbe de l'Orme, is still in existence at the church at Neuendorf. IF Kossuth could not give to Hungary its freedom, he gave to America a hat. The felt hat with indented crown came with him, and has staid in one or another form ever since. KOSSUTH was a voluntary ...

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 April 1894

r\ MOTHER'S SONG. You wouldn't a-called it music, for the voice was kind weak, An' when it tried the higher notes, it ended in a squeak, But I've never beered it's equal, an' I'll always try to cling To the echo of the dear old Bong that mother uster sing Wlaht I could feel contented, like I did when evenin' crept, When the light o' day had vanished, and the earth in silence slept, Feel that peaceful thrillin' the song was Bure to bring, ttg song o' purest sweetness that mother uster lng. An' sometimes when I'm dreamln', her Iffel comes to me, To tell me 'bout the beauties o' my home that Is to be. An' through the gates o' heaven I can hear the music ring, As I hold my breath an' listen to the song she uster sing Edward N. Wood, in Detroit Free Press. PHOTOGRAPHED. How a Camera Spoiled a Rogue's Neat Plana Every room in Harley Hall was occu pied omnibus, broutfhe.ni and luggage cart had been to and from the station so often that Mr. Binder, the head of the stable department, had bee...

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 April 1894

a i If iSKi Ir ir. Warren ISheap. J.P.MATTSO N, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, April 5th, 1894. GEN. COXEY with his army marching on to Washington. THE country is suffering to-day from an over-dose of dishonest poli tics. Less demagogism and more patriotism is what the country needs. MAYOR Eustis, of Minneapolis, finds mnny thorns in the mayoralty crown. His saloon policy is again the target for attack by the minis ters of the city. HE tariff debate is now on in thestate senate. The indications are that the Wilson bill will be amended in so many particulars that its own fashould ther will not kuow it. Gov. WAITE, of Colorado, is being sustained by the courts pretty well in his latest squabble, and this leads us to believe that he is not quite as mad as often he is made to appear. SPEAKER Crisp was offered the U. & senatorship from Georgia to fill out the unexpired term of senator Col quitt, deceased, but he declined the offer, on the grounds ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 5 April 1894

I H, 1?." fr Es- ft".. ft* .$as Zf$ mitim tf'lol'.i.fi.iu., Warren SheaP. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, April 5th, 1894. GEN. COXEY with his army is ^marching on to Washington. i &$*$ THE country is suffering to-day ^jfrom an over-dose of dishonest poli ^tics. Less demagogism and more ^'patriotism is what the country T- needs. MAYOR Eustis, of Minneapolis, finds many thorns in the mayoralty crown. His saloon policy is again the target for attack by the minis ters of the city. HE tariff debate is now on in the senate. The indications are that the Wilson bill will be amended in so many particulars that its own fa ther will not know it./4/#^tlf-: Gov. WAITE, of Colorado, is being sustained by the courts pretty well in his latest squabble, and this leads us to believe that he is not quite as mad as often he is made to appear. SPEAKER Crisp was offered the U. S senatorship from Georgia to fill out the unexpired term of senator Col qu...

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 April 1894

if ill ""1* 1 Volume Home and County News ftods and streets are nil mini. Seed Grnin Notes for sale at. the **HEAF office. P. T. Scotland of Cmoksloii tww in the city Sahmlny. Mrs. Chan, A. Bradley and child went to Argyle Tuesday on a visit. Emigrants from the Scandlnavi nn nountries are beginning to arrive. Born: Mr, and Mrs. Andivw Anderson, on tYHny, last 'week-, i\ son. A baby girl was born to Mr. and 3VIrs. Edwardh on Tuesday cnorntng. En'ward Wentzel has returned home from Tied Wing where he has been going to school. Instruction in stan-hing ^md ironininggiven to thosT"\vishin^*to lit the Warren Laundry". Mr. E. E. (Jraha.ni and family liftvemoveil on*, to their pleasant farta home to spend the summer. Win. N. liox having removed Iris whiter crop of whiskers for the Roseau country last *5:f| unlay. Mr. and Mrs. Lewi* I*. i)ah|iiist of Wnrrenton rejoice over the birth of a secv*ml Hon on Saturday last week. The Fire Company had the en gine out yesterday and pumped th cistern u...

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 April 1894

w- JOHN P. MATRON, Editor and Prop. YVARREN~ MINN. OF the four prizes offered at the re cent exhibition of the National Acad emy of Design in New York three were awarded to women. WHEN a toper is arrested in Bangor, Me he is usually conveyed to the sta tion in a patrol wagon. Should he be punished with a fine fifty cents is added to the fine to pay for hish-ide in the pa trol agon ALL Uermany united the other day in giving Bismarck a birthday party The prince has reached a green old age, but yet retains a place in the affections of the people never attaiued by any other iblan o'f his time ?sSL, i THIRTE KN of the presidents of the uited Spates were masons. They were Washington, Jefferson, Madison, Mon roe, Jackson, William II. Harrison, Tyler, Polk, Taylor, Pierce, Buchanan, Johnson and Garfield THEfti. were 11,435,487 barrels of salt produced in the United States in the year 1893, against 11,785,754 barrels in 1892. a falling off of 850,267 barrels. Each barrel weighed 280 pounds, ...

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 April 1894

i *i i I 1 i 'v_ V* EN Blng hey' for a walk through the Held to-day For a run and a Jump on the cocks of hay, Where the sturdy farmers thotr slcKles wield And the dying grasses their perfume yield. Who can refuse when I've thus appealed* Sing hey' for the fragrant harvest field Sing hey' for a stroll through the woods to-day: Where the rabbits and the squirrels with the shadows play, Whe the fern-fronds tall and the wild-flowers small, And the murmuring leaves above them all. Are bright with the colors of the early fall, And the brown quail answers its mate's sweet call. Sing hoy' for the woods by the old stone walL Sing hey' for a climb up the hill to-day Where the warm brown earth is replaced by clay, Of which we made images long ago, And canted tlwm carerully down below, Vo bake in the oven (intended for dough, They were always thrown out, to our Infinite woe). Sing hey' up the hill is the way to go Slug hey' for the field and the hill and the ood, The horizon's a sight and the l...

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 April 1894

i *v?S1,Mf'V by I I I immm* ft-- Warren SheaP J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of MarshallCounty. Thursday, April 12Mi. 1894. FARMERS can save mone.v by using Stillwater twine. Call at the J^V^Si- oltlce for a small sample. JunGEs Jenkins and Caldwell have rendered almost diametrically oppo site opinions in the railroad strike cases that have been brought before them. HE Red River Dnleu, at Crooks Bon, Minn., has been taken posses ion of by A. I). Stephens and Sheriff Urundyson by virtue of a chattel mortgage. HE Representative states that Ignatius Donnelly made $1000 dur i.ig the month of March by lecturing t.nd other literary labors. At that late he will soon "be a plutocrat, it lie isn't already. PRESIDENT Hill, of the (treat North ern, in an interview published in the pioneer Pros says "that the Demo cratic party i better out of power than in power." Mr. Hill has al vays been a good democrat. PRESIDENT Cleveland has alienated the affections of the common peo pl...

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 April 1894

a }Lufi*y ^wiiibe ,w- Dr. ,NS. Clinpin w.is in the cil Tnesdny. Seed fii'iuu Not\ for H:II fit the SHEAF of tiro. Cnll nt the SHEAF office for first ch\nH job work. Will Walker nrrircd in flit* j-it.v Fridny morning. TUP now MIPOIVC stack at, llu mi'l /H up, nnd the mill running us usual. -Mrs. T. I{. Cn.io- ictimio.l to Wnrren hint Fridny to fclj.y t. a J''W days. Wo have lnsird it mentioned ilial. Mrs. l^nso IHIO t'omo to War ren to speak soon. Arjy.vle offers a cash homiH of $i.*iOO to any responsible irt wlio *\ill build Mitd operate a liot la the town. Vmuk Maikell, of Livingston, fc Wis., arrived Mon luv, with a. ear lt*nd of horses and ni.i-hiii' vy Tor Ids limns in this vieinif v. Ed I'Mlimd is bein^ elevated, that, is, his bnildiim a .Johnson a.ivenue is beiii- raised out of the mud, and several feef-, added to the lower part aiid a brick foundation placed under all, Attorney H, W. Brown, of Ar *iyle, returned last Saturday from St. Paul, where ho has been* in at tendance a...

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