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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 July 1881

Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell ings and Sprains, Burns and Scalds, General Bodily Pains, Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet and Ears, and all other Pains and Aches. No Preparation on rartlt equals ST JACOBS OIL as a afe, sure, simple and cheap External Efttiedj A tnal entails but the comparatively trifling outla\ of Cents, and every one suffering with pam can havo cheap and positive proof of its claims Directions in Eleven Languages. BOLD Y ALL DjRtfG&isTS AND DEALERS IN MEDICINE. A. VOGELER & CO., npf anno it acts on the LITER, BOWELS ami KIDNEYS at the same time. Because it cleanses the system of thepoison I ous humors that develop* In Kidney and Urt I nary Dmeasae, Biliousness, Jaundice, Const!. Ipntioii.PUes, of in Rheumatism, Neuralgia,] Nervous Disorders and Female Complaints. BEB WHAT PEOPLE SAT I Eugene Storlt, of Junction City, Kansas, Isays, Kidney Woi oui ed him after regular Phy I siclans 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. — 20 July 1881

Warren Sheaf. CILAS. 0. BROWN, 1'I'BMSURT PrinU-d every Wednesday nt Warren, Minn. Enti red at lac postofliee at Warren as sccond clnss mutter. BlAKItET REPORTS. Flow rNew uro^ess flour ...$4 00 StT (!:i Hour 8 50 x:: 3 25 Oafiiiea!4- eta. per lb. cornmenl Sjcts. per lb. VCMI 1 50 M.\i: '-S:.lt Pork 12 Hams 15 fihoi: Iders... N FOUND.A short distance from Warren, a few days ago, a dark nver-i.ai The owner can have the name by applying at this office and proving property and paying one dollar for this notice. for Sale. A Marsh harvester, cheap for cash also one Gang Sulky plow. In quire at this oifice. K.Just received a carload celebrated Nor.cross brick, will be sold at low rates. is the time to build your before the harvest, other will have to be postponed the trost sets in, and then it to account. Call early. MCCBEA BROS. of til* whichi Now chirmley, wise i until is of A full line of jewelry, watches, clocks and silverware for sale by SAWYER & WELLS, in the Pioneer Drug Store....

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 30 July 1881

VOL. 1, NO. 35, Railroad Time Table. St. Paul, Minneapolis & Mani toba _Ra way. WARREN. W, A. Atwater, Station Agent. Leave South. Leave North. Passenger, 3.30 p. m. Passenger, 1.25 p. m. Freight, 1.15 p. m. Freight, 11.15 a. m. ARGYLE. Leave South. Leave North. Passenger, 2.57 p. m. Passenger, 2.00 p. m. Freight, 12.01) m. Freight, 12.00 m. STEPHEN. Henry Lane, Station Agent. Leave South. Leave North. Passenger, 2.30 p. m. Passenger, 2.30 p. m. Freight, 11.20 a. m. Freight, 1..U0 p. m. Canadian Pacific Railway* STATIONS. Going Going North. South, leave q:Q0p.m.arrl2:05 p. St. Vincent, *Emorson, 5:35 Dominiou City, 6:00 Aniauil,' 6:20 DuJ'roRt, 6:35 Otterburne 6:55 Niverville, f:20 St. Norbert, 7:45 Si. Boniface June, 8:05 St. Boniface, arrive 8:20 ^Refreshments, All trains daily except Sundays Through coaches and elegant sleeping cars are now run between Winnipeg and St. Paul, a comfort not hitherto supplied. A. B. STIOKNEY, WM. HARDER, Gen. Superintendent. Ast.TrafncMan'i\ 11 ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 30 July 1881

WARREN SHEAF. CHAS. C. BROWN, Proprietor. WARKEN, MINNESOTA. HE death-rate record is mounting up with the thermometer in eastern and south ern cities. On several days the mercury was reported as high as 100 above zero. RECENT decisions of the District and Supreme courts of Minnesota, and of the United States Circuit court, are decidedly in favor of the people in regard to respons ibility for railroad accidents, and will nerve a good purpose in making railroad corpora tions more carelul of the lives of patrons, and employees. THE following utterance of Gen. Gar field, which quieted a raging mob in New York on the day after Lincoln's assassina tion, is especially pertinent to the present situation: "Fellow citizens: Clouds and darkness are round about Him. His pa rilion is dark waters and thick clouds of the skies! Justice and judgment are the establishment of His throne! Fellow citi zens, God reigns, and the government at Washington still lives." HE Supreme Court of Wisconsin has jn-...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 30 July 1881

ML Personalities. One of the sons of William E Dodge, of T$e\v York, who is a minister, has gone to Constantinople and the East to engage in missionaiy work among the heathen. He is rumoied to have been armed by his father with a million dallars to aid in chris tianizing the pagan The Lowell Mail says "Few men have played their time so many parts as Gen. Banksonce a bob bin-boy on the Mernmac corporation, and since speaker of the house of representatives at Boston, and at W ashmgton, major general and mar shal On Taefedaj he argued before the county commis8ioneis the case of tne new town-way in Walthara, and the tones of his voice sounded as rich as ever." Ex- Queen Isabella of Spam visited the PariH Observatory on the e\enmg oi June 28 foi the purpose of examining the comet, and was received by Kear-Admnal Mou chez, the duertor, and his staft, in full costume Untortunately the state of the atmosphere was not ^ery favorable. It is daclaied to bp a well-known fact that Miss Clara Lou...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 30 July 1881

Warren Sheaf. GHAS. C. BROWN, PUBLISHER, Printed every Wednesday at Warren, Iiun Entered at the postoffitfe at Warren as second class matter. MARKET REPORTS. FlourNew process flour $400 Standard flour 3 50 xxx '..'.'.'.'.'.y.y.'.z?5 Oatmeal4 cts. per lb. cornraeal Sjcts. per lb. ee 1 50 MeatSalt Poi 12 H.inis 15 Shoulders utte .'..".'..'.'.'.'.*..'.'...25to11 3 5 Eg*l* 15 ar( 12 2 50to9 75 Apples pei bbl. 3 OOto 4 CO Potatoes 50 to ?b Coi pei bu 00 ouK 50 lS'\i '.".'.'.3 00 to 5 00 Wheat A No. 1 90 BiickperM i 00 Wooddiy ".'.".'.'.'.'3 50 to 4 50 Egg Coal X3 00 Lumber. Common per 23 00 Sheathing per !21 00 Stock hoards per M. 3$ vo Dimension pei [2% dO Square Timber per 24 00 flooring per 2? 00 to 38 00 Siding per ..20 00 to 26 00 jungles per 25 to 3 50 Lath pei 4 00 Cull Boards per thousand feet.'J.'.,'...'.,.'^ 14 00 FOUN.^-A short distance from Warren, a few days ago, a dark overcoat. The owner can have the same by applying at this oJic& and proving property and. paying one d...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 6 August 1881

mmmm VOL. 1, NO. 35. Railroad Time Table. St. Paul, Minneapolis & Mani toba Railway. WARREN. W. A. Atwater, Station Agent. Leay South Leave North. Fassengei, 3 80 p. Passenger, 1.85 p.m. Freight, 1.15 p. in. Freight, 11.15 a. m. ARGYLE. Laave South. Leave North. Passenger, 2 57 p. m. Passenger, 3,00 p. m. Freight, 12.00 m. Freight, 18,00 m, St. Vincent, *Emerson, Dominion City, Arnaud, Dufi ost, Otterburney Nivei ville, St Noiberl, (St. Bonif" .Tunc. St Bon e, *Refi JOV "'HISSF^0' Henry Lane, Station Agent. Leave South. Leave North. Pasiengei, 2,30 p.m. Passenger, 2.30 p.m. Fi sight, ll.aOa. m. Freight, 1.00 p. m, Canadian Pacific Railway, STATIONS. Going Going North. South, leave 5,e0p.ra.arrl2*05 p, 5 35 600 6 20 6 35 6 55 7 20 7'45 8'05 1135 a, 10 50 10'25 10 08 9*55 9 35 9-05 8'45 'leave8 30 arrive 8.20 nents, All tioins daily except Sundays. Thiough. coaches and elegant seeping cars lire now run between Winnipeg and St. Paul, a comfort not hitherto supplied. A. "TttJKNEY, W...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 6 August 1881

WARREN SHEAF. CHAS. C. BROWN, Proprietor. WAUB.EN, MINNESOTA. THE death-rate record is mounting up "with the thermometer in eastern an south ern cities. On several days the mercury was reported as high as 100 above zero. EECENT decisions of the District and Supreme tcourts of Minnesota, and of the "United States Circuit court, are decidedly in favor of the people in regard to respons ibility for railroad accidents, and will serve a good purpose in making railroad corpora tions more carelul of the lives of patrons, and employees. THE following utteiance of Gen. Gar field, which quieted a raging mob in New Yrak on the day after Lmcola's assassina tion, is especially pertinent to the present situation: "Fellow citizens: Clouds and darkness are round about Him. Hi pa vilion is dark waters and thick clouds of the skies! Justice and judgment are the establishment of Hi throne! Fellow citi zens, God reigns, and the government at Washington still lues." THE Supreme Couit of Wisconsin has ju...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 6 August 1881

u,/' J.LL_/: fWiUilllHBWWJ(l(,iMl',.Wl]|!lj!!!fl Personalities. One of the sons of William E Bodge, of New York, who is a minister, has gone to Constantinople and the East to engage in missionary work among the heathen. is rumored to have been armed by his father with a million dallars to aid in chris tianizing the pagan. The Lowell Mail says: "Pew men have played in their time so many parts as Gen. N. Banksonce a bobbin-boy on the Merrimae corporation, and since speaker of the house of representatives at Boston, and at "Washington, major-general and mar shal. On Tuesday he argued before the county commissioners the case of the new town-way in Waltham, as the tones of his voice sounded as rich as ever." Ex-Queen Isabella of Spain visited the Paris Observatory on the evening of June 28 for the purpose of examining the comet, and was received by Eear-Admiral Mou chez, the director, and his staff, in full costume. Unlortunately the state of the atmosphere was not very favorable. It is ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 6 August 1881

CHAS. C. BROWN, PDBLISHKR. Printed every Wednesday at Warren^Minn. Entered at the poatoffice at Warren as second class matter, JtlAKKET REPORTS. FlourNew process flour hh.,, $400 Standard flour 3 50 XXXX 3 35 Oatmeal4 cts. per lb. cornmeal 2jcts. per lb. Teed 1 50 "MeatSalt Pork 12 Hjms 15 Shouldti 11 Butter 25 to 35 Eggs 15 Laid 12j Beans 2 50 to2 75 Apples per bbl 3 OOto 4 00 Potatoes 50 to 7t Corn per bu 00 Oats 50 Hay 3 00 to 5 00 Wheat A No. 1 90 Brie pei 11 00 Wooddiy 350to450 Egg Coal 3 00 Lumber. Common per .22 00 ShcithingperM 210 0 Stock boards per 33 fO Dimension per M.,..., 22 40 Square Timber per 24 00 Flooring per 22 00 to 38 00 Siding per ..2Q0U to 3.6 00 Shingles per 3 25 to S 50 L.ith per 4 00 Cull Boards per thousand feetMl.MM... 00 FOUND.A short distance from Warren, a few days ago, a. dark overcoat. The owner can haye the same by applying at this offioe and proving property and paying one dollar for this notice, jHonejr to JUeaa* On improved farms. Long and at re...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 August 1881

VOIJ. 1, NO, 37, 1 -JAJ^. L. Railroad Time Table. St. Paul, Minneapolis & Mani toba Railway. WARREN. W. A Atwater, Station Agent, Leave South. Lea-\ North, r, 3,30 p, Passenger, 1.85 p, 115 m. Fi eight, 11.15 a ARGYLE. S Pa8n: Frsigh Leave South. Leave North. r, 2,57 p, m. Passenger, 9 00 p. m, 12.00 m. Freight, 12,00 m. STEPHEN. Henry Lane, Station Agent, Leave South. Leave North, Passenger, 3.30 p. m. Passenger, 2.30 p. m, Freight, 11.20 a. m. Freight, 1.00 p. m. Canadian Pacific Railway-, STATIONS. St. Vincent, Emerson, "ommion City, Going Going North. South. leave 5*Wp m.arrl2'05 p. m, 5 35 11-35 a. 6 00 10-50 6 20 10 25 4 4 6 3 5 1 0 0 8 6 55 9535 4 1 7-2 0 5 7 45 9 05 June. 8-05 8-45 e, arrive 8 20 ,leave8 30 hmentfe, na daily except Sundays, gh coaches and elegant sleeping cars run between Winnipeg and St, Paul, a i't not hitherto supplied. B. STICKNEY, WM. HARDER, Gen Superintendent. Ast,TraflicMan'r, PUBLIC OFFICIALS. MEMBZB OF CONGRESS. W. D. Washburn, Minneapolis DIST...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 August 1881

WARREN SHEAF. OHA& 0. BROWN, Proprietor. WARREN, MINNESOTA. CURRENT NEWS. RAILROADS. The Chicago & Alton railroad, at a meeting of directors, declared a semi-annnal dividend of 4*2 per cent. Judge John Bowen, of Bismarck, has been appointed by Col. R. M. Newport, land agent of the Northern Pacific, town site agent, head quarters at Miles City. The judge is now at St. Paul, but within a few days wm go to Miles City and commence operations. WEEKLY RECORD OF CRIMES. Jacob Eath, a workman atWansau, Wis., shot himself to death. Charles Schleifer, of St Louis, blew out his brains on Monday last. At Indianapolis a quarrel arose between E. T. Buttle and Geo. S. Fisher over a girl named Mamie Dakey, when Suttle drew a pistol and shot Fisher three times, killing him instantly. guttle has been arrested. The San Francisco Bulletin announces the receipt of information thatthe Oregon Naviga tion company is about to establish a line of steamers to China and Colombia, and that steamers will...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 August 1881

THE .L3II 3REAT GERMAN REME DY RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, SCIATICA, LUMBAGO, BACKACHE, if IQ-OTTT, Uliniiull SORENESS or THE CHEST, ISORETHROAT QUINSY, SWELLINGS i.niill AND SPRAINS, FROSTED FEET PllimillllJilll AND EARS, liiuilj] AND GeneralBoailyPains, lltllll TOOTH, EAR AND HEADACHE, AND iiLL 01WE PIS AND ACHES. No Preparation on earth equals ST. JACOBS O IL as a SATE, SDRK, SIMI'LE ami CHEAP Extor.ual Remedy. A trial entails Irat the comparatively trilling outlay of OOCENTS, and every one suffering with puinoan have uncap and positive proof of itf oluims. WUK CTIONS IN fXEVtSi LAMIVAOIH. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALEftS IN MEDICINE. A. VQGELEB & CO. Haiti move, M1 V.S.JL KIDNEY-WORT WHY? DOES IWONDERFUL CURES Because It acts on the LITER, BOWELS and KIDNEYS at the isme time. Because It cleanses the system of thepotson I oua humors that develope in Kidney and Urt 1 nary Diseases, Biliousness, Jaundice, GonsU. Ipatlon.Piles, or in fiheumaUsm, Neuralgia, I i Nervous Disorders 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. — 13 August 1881

Warren Sheaf. CUAS. C. BROWN, PCBMSnE*. Prited Tery Saturday at WarreD, Min-i. Entered at the postoffle at Warren at second class matter. MARKET REPORTS. FlourNew process flour ..$4 00 Standard flour 3 50 XXXX 335 Oatmeal4 cts. per lb, cornmeal 2jcts, per lb. Feed 1 50 MeatSalt Pork 12 Hams 15 Shoulders Butter ......,..,,.25 to 35 E ''g&- 15 Lard 12* Beans a 50to2 75 Apples per bbl,.,,,,., ,3 00 to 4 00 Potatoes 50 to 7t Corn per bu.., A 00 Oats 50 Hay 3 00 to 5 00 Wheat A No, 1 90 Brick per .11 (tO Wood dry 3 50 to 4 50 Egg Coal \9 00 Lnmber, Common per .22 00 SheathingperM .21 00 Stock boards per ,,.38 W Dimension per 22 W Square Timber per M.., ,,.34 00 Flooring per M. ,,..22 00 to 38 00 Siding per 20 00 to 86 00 Shingles per 2 25 to 8 50 Lath per M,,,,..,...,,.,,, 4 00 Cull Boards per thousand fe#t 14 00 FOUND.A short distance from Warren, a few days ago, a dark overcoat. The owner can have the same by applying at this office and proving property and paying one dollar for th...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 August 1881

Railroad Time Table. St. Paul, Minneapolis & Mani toba M\ way. WARREN. W A Atwater. Station Agent Leave South Leave North Passenger, 3 30 Passengei, 125p Ireight, 115 Freight, 1115 a.m. Leave South Leave Noith. Passenger, JJ 57 m. Passengei, 2 00 m. reight, 19 00 Freight, 18,00 m. STEPHEN. Heuiy Lane, Station Agent. Leave South, Leave North. passenger, 2 30pm Passenger, 230p m, Freight, 11 20 a Freight, 1.00 p, m, ^Canadian pacific JEla}l)Pfeyt Going Going STATIONS North South. ^t Vincent, leave 5, 00p arrl2 05 p. m. -*EmerBon, 5 35 1)35a Dominion City, 6 00 J.0 50 Vrnaud, Q20 10.25 Dufrost, 6 35 10 08 I* Ptterburne, 6 55 9 55 XiverviHe, ?3 0 f/ 9 35 St Norbert, 7 45 'f 9 05 |3t Boniface June 8 05 8 45 ^t Boniface, arrive 8 2p "lea\e8 30 Refreshment* All tiains daily except Sunda}s. Through coaches ftn*-e!egant sit eping cars are now run between mnipeg and St Paul, a ^omfoit not hitherto supplied A STTCKNEY, WM HARPER, Gen Spponntepdent Ast TrathcMan'j I*XJJJ3L.ICf pFFlCJAIi^. 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. — 20 August 1881

WARREN SHEAF. CHAS. 0. BROWN, Proprietor. WAKREN, MINNESOTA. CURRENT NEWS. RA1UJOADS. It is redictea that the low fares will con tir ne through August. Henry Tillard has given the Oregon state Umvei&ity $7,000 to ieheve its indebtedness. Tho Milwaukee & St. Faul company has is sued a, encular discontinuing the loading of bulk and sacked gram in the same care. It is lumored that the Chicago, Eock Island & Pacific company will run within a few days, through cars from Chicago to St. Paul and Minneapolis via tho Albert Lea route. Grading has been commenced on the Chip pewa Valley railroad at Eau okhe. As soon as harvcafia fairly over so that men in be had at reasonable rates, the contiactors propose to make thiijgs lively all aloDg the lme. It is said it will not be a matter for surprise, if tickets from Chicago to Boston and vice versa, were sold at $1 each. The Grand Trunk is now going it at $5. The other roads had not come down to that, but the probabilities of the break ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 August 1881

f' Ai_J J- THE ROAD TO MERV. Letters From the Cantiircci Correspondent the London News Describing His Journey From the Tcjend River. Taken i'or a Russian Spy hy the Excited Turco- mansAt the TeWee-Turcoman Headquarters. The letters which the Loudon News publishes from its captive correspondent at Merv have excited intense interest in England. "They are the best bit of special correspondence that has seen tbo light for many a year," says the Pall Mall Gazette. "As a mere exhibition of courage, resource and patience," the St. James attaches the highest importance to the nan-a live. In the first letter the correspondent de scribes his journey from MeDeh westward of the Tejend river to Merv. Tho journey, which was made on horseback at the rate of about six and a half miles an hour, in intense heat, was over a dusty, argillaceous plain, some parts of which were covered with a shrub called odjar, which grows in great luxuriance, and in places attained quite a forest growth. Such a spot 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. — 20 August 1881

Warren Sheaf. CHA8. C, BROWN, PCB1,ISHKK. Printed every Saturday atWarreii,.Mirm. Entered at the poatoffice at Warren as second class matter. Local Brevities. Wheat 93 cents. Full line o'f legal blanks for sale at this office. The great Minneapolis fair will run from Sept. 5. to 10. inclusive. -Toliny Shouweiler brought some fine piclceral in town last Thurs day. Col. TJline was in town on Thurs day and made a bee-line for Col. Allen's. S. N. Mia^d^fGlyndiai was in town last week and was engaged in his labor of lovospreading the gospel. W. M. Box ofCrookston, propri etorofthe Crookston House and also the Elmwood farm Was in town this week. The SHEAF larder acknowledges the receipt from Mrs. Craig of some fine green corn, tomatoes, and some fine sweet buttermilk. We didn't expect to be able to boast of much of a poultry yard this fall but we are getting a good showing through the additions made by friends. Rossman sold the material for the new livery stable, Zntrold's store and Oleso...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 27 August 1881

ib VOL. 1. NO. 39, Space. BC*-,^: WARREN SHEAF, JTliMSHKI) I\1R\ BATURD4I. iHAS. BROWN, Proprietor. Two Doll irs a YearIn Advance, -kmEKTISING RVIKS: 1 w. '_ 1 3 m. (m. inch 1 50 1 75 4 inchesn ilum column lyr. ?1 00 $1 $3 Ol 12.) ()tl| 4 50 2 25 2 75 1 inch 2 inched S inches -31 $4 W 6 00 10 00 15 00 V.W 28'00 42.00 73 511. 7 00 4 T\ 10 00 0 50l 12 00 7 2 18 00 1") 00 J 00 2 501 4 00 1 4 50 0 00 8 00 10 oo| 00 1 column 25 00 40 00 70.00|100 00 Legal notices at legal rates. Transient ad- TPrtiKinjf, cAn, other advertising to be paid monthly Local notices ten cents per line first time, subsequent insertions tive cents a line each week, reduction in rates. Mf MBXH 0,f pQXQRltS*. W. J) Washhyro, Minneapolis WWP? GPP*11? pigtrjet Judg?, 0, P. Staarps, Duluth. Mer^ J.P.Nelson. i^T*, SKWATOB, Andre\\ Mc^ea, farhaot. 6 Cpmfctocks, i4ap.rU.ead. nrnirf 8ftiyp8on, Croftksjop, 00*73 ?r Wpfiomw. rpbt* Judge, -j Jfol^ Vf. $\t: Kegnter of Daada., Tnos,Craig. Auditor, O Taylor. Treasurer, J. T^qs....

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 27 August 1881

**m _WARR,EN SHEAF. fry- OHAS. 0. BBOWN~Fioprietor. ffr WAKKEX, MINNESOTA. I is believed that30,000 troops, militia and regulars, will take part in the York town, Ya., celebration, October 18, 19, 20 and 21. Full regiments are expected from several states. THE British house of lords surrendered to the commons on the Irish land bill and thuB averted a crisis that threatened to shake the country. The lords were discouraged at the threats on every side to abolish or seriously curtail their influence in matters of legislation. GEN. HANCOCK 'S military punctitio is evidently a deeper matter than one of the buttons and braids. Since July 2 he has refused to go to public dinners or take part in festivities of any sort. "It is net proper," he said, "that I accept invitations to festive entertainments while the presi dent, my commander-in-chief, is hovering between life and death." AY COO KE has written to the alms house authorities of Philadelphia, proposing to remove a young woman to a pri...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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