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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 19 April 1894

i I ft & S* "^'^fPVMiHft y'r. W Warren^SheaP. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of MarshallCounty. Thursday, April 19th, 1894. ,{f- THE FORGOTTEN CITY. Bidden from the sky and sunshiny _, Circled In by purple mountains, Covered o'er by grass and cactus, i temples pld and ruined columns. I Tain are titles, power and glory, And the deeds of by gone ages) I And the laurel leaf and ivy 'k On the brow of bards and sagtf. V' Loneliness and desolation Only now oppress the mind |_ And the valor of a nation Leaves a skeleton behind. i, St. Paul Pioneer Press. f*r A LUCKY JOKE. "It's only apiece of fun," said Mtt tlcent Manton. "Everybody must d* something for amusement. And it it so cruelly^, fiendishly dull at Sa* Jean." "Dull ehP" Her elder brother elder by a good 'score of years shrugged his shoulders. "YoufindSt dull, do you? Well, you must remem. ber that you insisted on coming, in spite of all our remonstrance* You thought it was a military post, eh, and that there...

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 April 1894

i kBUo 1 (i "t Ways In WUloli It Is Calculated by Learned Savants. The amount of liuae salts in water Which drains from districts made up of granites and basalts is found by com parison of different analyses to be om an average of about 3.73 parts in 100,- 000 parts of water. It is further assured by those who take this mode of reckoning the age of the world that complicated data it has baan Inferred that the elimination of the calcareous This, therefore, represents the mini mum age of the world. Geologists also conclude that the formation of the Laurentian, Cambrian and Silurian "Bear's Gall Worth Money. A bear's gall was recently sent to a "man in El Paso as a slight token of esteem from an intimate and dear friend in the country, with the sugges tion that it might possess a pecuniary value in t'Chines language. Think ing tha,^ it was intended to imply that he lacked gall, our city tthrenr i'into the street. gall abundant, with few takers. "fo d'lautly Rear, WKUatdfaU of the early...

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 April 1894

l/ '$'j fe-J I mi llll ^f'P^fW*^ Warren-Shea-P. J.P.MATTSOX, Editor and Proprietor Official Paper of MarshalJCounty. Thursday, April lOthTlftO J. Q. Cronkhite in a communica tion to the Banner last week propos es the name of Judge Ives for the Supreme bench. We hope it isn't the survey of another wild goose road that Q. has in view. W E are thankful for the informa tion furnished by the Banner to the effect that the Farmers' Alliance and the Peoples party are two separate and distinct organizations and that the Alliance is purely non-partisan. We knew that was so in theory, but had our doubts whether it was true dn practice. p*a s-, IN 18!?0, with a population of on ly 306,000-Chicago's assessed valua tion of real property was $243,0^ii, 600 while in 1893 withqp,opa!atton of 1,500,000, the totiil assessed yn^ luation of real property was only $189,299'!20. These figures are startling, and show to what extent Undervaluation und the evading of taxes may be curried on even on real prop...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 19 April 1894

sswa SP- 1 is*-, H::v*!: 8fe^C.""/!- W^WEivShE^P. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and PropjgfedBor'. & Official Paper of MarshalJM&MtJIty.^ IWThursday, April It) Q. Croukhite in a communica tion to the Banner last week propos es the name of Judge Ives for the {Supreme bench. Wo hope it isn't the survey of another wild goose road that Q. has in view. W E are thankful for the informa tion furnished by the Banner to the effect that the Farmers' Alliance and the Peoples party are two separate and distinct organizations and that the Alliance is purely non-partisan. We knew that was so in theory, but had our doubts whether it was true in practice, IN 1^0, w,ith a, population of on ^y aOtt/oO^hicnftd'saHsessed valua tion of real property waft'ms^j^iq^ whilaSj ^?F. 600,* Jnation of real property was only $189,299120 These figures are startling, and show to what extent undervaluation and the evading of taxes may be earried on even on real property. No one believes that Ohj-, were before the grea...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 26 April 1894

el v wmm. TV. Volume XI Home and County News Next Friday, April 27th, is Ar bor Day. Seed Grain Notes for sale at the SHEAF office. Call at. the SHEAF office for first -lass job work. F. \V. Woodward had 400 acres seeded by Wednesday. 0 L. Hrekkestrund has been ap pointed postmaster at West Valley. John Merdink and Thomas Mai Joy, of Stephen, were in the city Tues day. A girl baby was born to Mr. and Airs. Charles Hue on Friday las,! week. Rev. P. M. Snuauelson returned home from his Canadian trip on Monday. The spring term of District f'ourt will convene in Warren May 14tlinext, M. L. Parker, of Crookston, the Deering company's gentlemanly col lector, was in the ci'.y Tuesday. A, Lindroth has opened up a "blacksmith shop on the west aide of railroad tiaek opposite the mill, *&t>e his ad. All the assessor's in the county will meet at the county auditor's of fice next Saturday to get their books and instructions. Seeding was begun Monday in many places in tli.y county. With fa...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 26 April 1894

1 *ik JOHN MATISON, Editor and Prop. WARREN~ MINN. HE United States rivers have a navigable length of 16,960 miles those of Brazil, 22,210 of Russia. 20,942 of Germany, 15,760, and of France, 5,250. A RECENT advertisement in a news paper read thus* "For sale, a bull-ter rier, two years old. Will eat anything very fond of children Apply at this office." THB loaded cigar is responsible for the loas of another eye. This time in Nebraska Verily the loaded cigar is us dangerous as the gun which is not loaded Is Japan .the children are taught to write with either hand The average Japanese communication looks, how ever, as if it had been written with both feet STRINGENT efforts are being made to reforest bwitzerland More than forty million young trees, it is officially re poited, have been planted in that coun try in the last seven years. A JLDGK in Missouri sentenced two men to prison, one being illiterate till he learned to read, and the other till he taught the uneducated offender. Thei...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 26 April 1894

era*/1' '7. mm u' ''Mis'! ""^^^rp^m^^^l^^ DAWN AND DEATH. DAWN. Time after time, a mystery divine, The nameless wonder of the dawn, we Bee Stealing o'er heaven and earth so silently, With touch so gentle and so infinite fine, No subtlest sense could find and mark the line When the first gleam of breaking day. set free Even from the night itself, shall come to be More than a paler dark, where faintly shine The stars of heaven But cleaier and more olear, Slowly a thousand things come forth to sight, And forms and tints half hidden, far and near, Melt from gray shadow into amber light, Till from its eve#-swelling streams are born The full flushed splendors o* the perfect mora DKATH. Even thus some day. insensibly and slow As grows that radianoe, mayhap we shall see That time is merged into eternity, Even while we watohed and waited, come to know That we have diedwhat they call death be low- Passed from the earth painless and peace fully, As men lie down to sleep, and wake to be What th...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 26 April 1894

& Iff m. 4 it mm 9 Warren fiheaP. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OrScial Paper of Marshall County. Thursday. April 26th, 1894. GEN. Lee tried to invade Washing ton with his armay but could'nt. Gen. Coxey may be more successful. To HAVE given pleasure or bene fit to even one human being, is a re collection that may well sweeten life Amiel. J. ADAM BEDE, the new demcratic U, S. maislml, seems to be made of the right kind of stuff He wasthe trained in a newspaper office, thats why. THE usual motive lor giving a rail road pass to a member of Congress or of a state legislature is the hope that thereby something else will come to pass.Toledo Blade. THEY who provide much wealth for their children, but neglect to im prove them in virtue, do like those who feed their horses high, but never train them to character nnd suc cess.Socrates. "To BE employed," said the poet Gray "is to be happy." "It is bet-able ter to wear out than rust out," said Bishop Cumberland. "Have we not all etern...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 3 May 1894

fV I ^r* i id Home and County News Whitney leads in IOT ortees. Seed Grain Notes for sale at the BHEAF office. Ca.ll at the SHEAF office for first class job work. The ruin Sunday night delnye.l GmYmg sow* on Monday. The rain yesterday seeding for a da or two. stopped M.J.Bergot will leave Friday for Madison, Wis., to be gone about a week. Itev. 0 S. Werner and family loft on the Great Northern yesterday for Afton, Minn. It.is reported.tluitudivisioii^ot Coxey's army is being? orgnniztgflit Crook^ton And Graml Forks. A grand ball will be given in tin Opera House on the 17Mi of May Good music will be furnished for tin occasion. Hemeinber that the term of dis trict court for Marshall county has been postponed from May 14th to June 18th. P. Frost Spaulding, of Pough keepsie, N. Y., arrived last Friday to look after the spring work on l: bonanza, farm. Warren Gilbert commenced seed ing April 7th and had put inbetweei 300 to 400 acres wkwi the work war delayed by tlie precipitation of sno...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 3 May 1894

i 4 ^f??'!pfr ^M?^^^i MMMMMHMMMMHMt* JOHN MATTSON, Editor and Prop. WARREN7 MINN, THE supreme court having put her dispensaries in liquidation South Caro lina now has $50,000 worth of whisky in her treasury. AN amateur statistician reports that in the matter of age the populists of the senate are younger than the demo* crats, and the democrats than the re publicans. The average age of the pop ulists is54ryears"and six months of the democrats, 58 years and 6 months of the republicans, 59 years. RFN Til MAX, the dispensary law gov ernor of South Carolina, is a little man, weighing not more than 140 pounds, but in his one good eye the very light ning of heaven seems to slumber. As an orator he can arouse his rustic audi ences to a higher pitch of enthusiasm than any other man his state. A LARGE irrigation enterprise is about to be undertaken in Mexico A contract has been signed for works con sisting of a dam six miles above the junction of the San Juan and Rio (Jrande rivers, and'some ...

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

THE SOLDIERS O THE SUN. Along the margin of the world i They march with their bright banner! furled, Until, in line of battle drawn, They reach the boundaries of dawn. They cross the seas and rivers deep, They climb the mountains high and steep. And hurry on until in sight Of their black enemythe night Then madly rush Into the fray These armies of the night and day, Swiftly the shining arrows go, While bugling winds their warnings blow Strive as he will, the night is pressed Farther and farther down the west With golden spear and gleaming lance The cohorts of the day advance. Thus, daily, is the battle won By the brave soldiers of the sun. Frank Sherman, in Harper's Weekly. A FOESAKEN DUTY. But It Was Well Oared for by a Brave Girl. "I won't be able to drive the sta ge to-morrow, Lou." "Why not, Tom?" A faint tinge of color flew to Tom Carlin's cheek. "I want to go down to Jimtown to morrow on business. I'm going to take the morning train "What business?" "That's my affair, Lou, and...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 3 May 1894

It' n "r S3 1 I N &. rt' Warren fiheaP. J.T.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. O/ijii! Pi?2r of MarshallCounty. Thursday, May drd, 1894. GKN. COXKY has arrived in Wash ington with 1MM army of .'550 men. A TOOTHPICK factory is said to have suspended. So many people tire living on Roup that toothpicks are a drug on the market.Ex. LIOVELA.\O, the tin nip maker, is about to 1)1' interviewed, by some of his product. We hope lie will be pleased with his product.The Fer tile Journal. W E learn that both .John Oonib and Halvor Steonorson are being mentioned for congress by their friends. Either would make a first class representative, and both are popular in the district and would be certain of election.Norman County Index. i^_imwrtaw^^ WHAT to do with this Coxoy move ment is difficult question at the present time. It lias in it just cause lor alarm,and patriotic citizenshnve feason to feel uneasy for the safety and stability of the republic. Tact and wise statesmanship are needed in deali...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 3 May 1894

y^ *$" gar HIi h4\ ft*' IT- ^M Warren Sheaf. JMVMATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. 0/i nl Papar oJ MarshalICounly, Thursday, May 3rd, 1894. GEN. COXEY have suspended. So many people are living on soup that toethpicks area, drug on the market.Ex..'' (^CLEVELAN D, FOKTU.NATELY t'- '$4vi*--"*"*to contract marriages in Mny. It- I^J^^our mother-land of Euglund, front $[' .iij! t,oo w||p4be, v~v in "'most immemorial, the first ^i'^fdny of May has IMMMI a time for flo i%l^f i i-ra' festivities, and innocent out-of ilHfc.Y. lHiring CromvvelHan &$)> _! lias arrived in Wash ington with his army of 350 men. A TOOTHPICK factory is said to the trump maker, is about to be interviewed by some of his product. We hope lie will be $* pleased with his product.The Fer tile Journal. W E learn that both John Cromb and Halvor Steenerson are being mentioned for congress by their friends- Either would, make a first class representative, and both are popular in the district and would be ixey rao,ve ment ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 10 May 1894

4!- I ?&*** ir Whitney Ipada in lov mijes. &eoA Groin Notes for sole afc the SHKAK omV A high winsl pivvnilotl Kmulny Jind Monthly. Cull nt the SHEAF ofhYe for first class job work. John P. I vera, of Fargo, was in the city yesterday. Residents in Yega are agitating the matter ot drainage this spring. P. A. Ilulqniftti has commenced teaching a term of school in JJig Woods. K. J. Taralseth I.as had new side walks put. in fronting Ida rosi iJeni'O property. ftriice Stnllberg, a teacher of i his County, is reported ill at hi:i home in Viking. Miss Mabel Ingalls commenced teaching in Djsfc. No. 33, town Holt on May 1st. Editor Clark, of I he Leader,-(fas here yesterday to feel how Ihe politi cal pulse beat at the county scut. M. J. McCnnn is remodelling his house on the Island and will make it into a handsome home before he gets through with it. Miss Nillie Rokke, ihe dn-ss inaker, will leave the city, and Miss Kinma Hjerge will take her place and coiilimir the business. Luudjjr...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 10 May 1894

^x* IB:- A i tm. '?l ^K FoZzwwe .17 F. Home and County News Whitney leadis in lo*v orijes. Seed Groin Statog for sale nt the SHEAF office. fB& A high wind prevnileri Sunday nd Monday. Cull nt the Sin AT offiec for firot class job work. ?fc#'B.r John P. Ivera, of Fli^ wnsin Kthe city yesterday. ^j llesidents in Vega are agitating ,j the matter of drainage this spring. P. A. Diilquist has commenced benching- term of school in Uig fe iWoods. &&-#&&% ^bi^lMajM &^ K. J. Taralseth Los had side walks put iu fronting denee property. '^A^J^' Bruce Stallberg, ir teacher of this'tfonnty, is reported ill at -liia home in Viking -fc^i Miss MuUel Ingalls commenced teaching in Djst. No Holt on May la^tf! new resi- 35, town of Editor rim-k, of I he Leaderjfts here ypteilrt to feel how the jrolili cul^mlse beat at the county aeut.. 0 M. J. MeCnnn is remodel ling'his boiiKeon the Island and will make it into a handsome home before ho gets through with it. Miss Ni'llie Rokke, i...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 10 May 1894

4 I 4 it- mi 123arr or mu j^warrtssi J&heaf JO HN 1* MAI rsov, Editor and Prop. WARREN] MINN. THK pension rolls were reduced last year by death twenty-five thousand name s. AMO NG the natives of eastern Africa is held to be a heinous crime to adul terate milk. ^^Missionaries from east ern-Africa are needed in this country. THE man who .had the popcorn con* cession at the world's fair acknowl edges the corn -.says he made enoughnjoney^mt bfifcto put un a row of flats. BICYOXICS used for pleasure in France are taxed, and the number last year is reported at 132.276 Bicycles used in business and by tradesmen are not enu merated or taxed. UNDER the decision which dispenses with the dispensatories the governor of South Carolina is ajraiu prepared to hear tany remark the governor of North Carolina may feel moved to make. A GERM AN astronomer calculates that the year 1901 wi ,be marked by he appearance of no l'ess than seven different comets That's a good way off, but astronomers are ha...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 10 May 1894

R tjf itru f P.. i Sir*',, The Spite Lane runs along the line 'twlxt Sloeutn's farm anil our*. A narrow space letween each fence where nothing grows hut flowers The relic of a Billy fend that smoldered many years, That caused harsh words between the men and roused our mothers' fears A country quarrel long ago, a quarrel firm and set, Hero where lives are narrow and people won't forget We children keep the quarrel not, although Us mark is plain, For there between our meadows green still runs the old Spito Lane. Sometimes when father sits about, at peace with all the world, The country paper on his knee, the smoke wreaths 'bout him curled, I drop a hint on foolish spites that run to ciuel ends, And how much nicer it would be if neighbors all were friends. He'll snap out: "No! I'll fight it out: Them Slocums can't beat me!" But he ain't as hearty in it now as what he used to When 'cross the line he'd shake his fist and fairly almost swear. While ol' man Slocura with his men would holie...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 10 May 1894

THE OL SPITE LANE. The Sspito Lune IUIIS along the line 'twlxt Slocum a farm unil ours, A narrow space letuoeu each fence where nothing grows ut iiowerb The relic of a Billy feud that moluered many ears That caused harsh words between the men and rou-sed our mothers' feari. A country quirrtl long ago, a qnanel Aim and set, Hero where lives are narrow and people won forget We thllditn Keep the quanel not, although Its mail? li plain, For there between our meadows green still runs the old bplto Lane Sometimes when father sits about, at peace with all the world. The country paper on his knee, the smoke witath-* bout him i itrled I drop a hint on fool'sh spiu that run to cruel ends, And how much nicer it would be if neighbors all wt it- fru nds He'll snip out 'No' 111 fiprhtitout' Them MoLiims tan beat me' Hut he uin us hiarty in it now as what he u*ed to 1 hen 'cross the line he shake his nst and ftiiily almost swear. While ol man Slocum with his men would hol.ei Jtst you dart But, th(...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 10 May 1894

$*p fe 3, She,* ?r' w\ Wk 1 1 Cm 4 W ifc 5$ iff ft/ Warren fiheaP. J.P.MATTSO N, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, May 10th, 1894. CONUNDRUM: Why is the Wilson tariff bill like a pauper? Because it is covered all over with patches. VERY little in heard of Soeldess Simpson theso days. Coxey for the present monopolizes public atten tion. FOR shameless impudence Con gressman Breck enridge of Kentucky takes the cjtke. He has com.menced a vigorous canvas for re-election. THE senate finance committee have discovered between 400nml 500 mis takes in the Wilson tariff bill as it came from the house, and is endeav oring to correct these by amend ments to be offered. HE Pioneer Press has been re duced in price to $1 per year for the daily and $5 for the daily and Sun daya price that places this great paper within the reach of all. As a purveyor of news the Press stands in the front, rank, and its editorials, though we do not always endorse them, are forcible a...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 17 May 1894

*M &>- %,& (&>** Whitney leads in lev nrices. Seed Grain Notes for sale at the SHEAF office. Call at the SHEAF office for first cla ]ob work. .Senator Lnndin, of Ste phen, was in the city Monday. Mr. Hilleboe tins moved into IMeCnnn's house on the Island. Bro. Novotny, of the Banner, did a little court-in"' at Warren on Monday. C. M. Spannuth is drilling an artesian well for U. C. Winchester back of his store. A. (Jiiiulel ind wn at Grand Forks last week on business con uecfonl with Gra nd Forks College. C. M. Spannnth has drilled a well for G. Anderson, no of the city, nn succeeded flnaly in finding wate.-. Judge Ives was lie Monday to adjourn court to June 18th as has previously been announced in the the SHEAF. Dr. McGillan and Dr. Engstnd, of Grand Forks went out to Marsh Grove Saturday to see Mrs. Grim stad, who has been very ill. Q. Cronkhiic was in town Monday. is credited with hav ing an eye on the congressional no mination by the populists this year In d'll...

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