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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 18 October 1894

JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Prop. WARREN/ MINN. WAB news by cable from China costs the BngrUsh papers $1.87 a word and from Japan 82.00 a word. A BOBTON paper welcomes Ad a Rehan as America's talented "you n# actress," but th ey do say her hair is gray. Ji E* W&NEK, whose "Little Brown Jujf" has heightened the conviviality of many a gathering" for a generation or so, is a total abstainer. ITia stated in this country there are now in daily service 600,000 telephones, with 500,000 miles of wire, over which 600,000,000 messages are annually trans mitted. THE Chinese minister to Berlin asserts that China will, if necessary, keep up the war -for thirty years This comes under the head of a figure of speech. __^ JAMES COCKK, a successful Boston physician, is perhaps, the on ly man in the country who, though blind from infancy, took up the study of medicine and excelled in its practice. MO RE than a million letters we re re ceived in 1"82 at the dead-letter office of Germany. Of these 7...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 18 October 1894

t^v I & UVEA &* JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Prop WARREN. MINN. QOLDENROD. Blight, airy, fairy, dainty flower, A-sway with very breeze That sweeps above its slender spray* Like waves er sunny seas. Tall, feathery spikes of golden light Condensed from out the air, Their loveliness would grace a throne, Sweet goldenrod, so fair. Content to let its beauty glow Along the humble lane, i To cheer the weary hearts of those "9 Whoso lives are toil and pain I pluck it from its lowly place, l'he dry and withered sod And love it for its glowing grace Beautiful goldenrod' Its plumes of fragrant beauty bright I twine among my braids And stand encrowned with golden light, Like gorgeous eastern maids Bright goldenrod! thy praise I sing Let me see some on t, Jane, I never heerd of no slch thing A-growin in our lane "That stuff? Why, law, Jane, now du tellf I never see the beat What highfalutin names they git For every simple weed Thutsnothln child butyallertop I used fore you was born. To co...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 18 October 1894

I ^#f i ST' i ]v ren Sheaf. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, October 18th, 1894. iWi buid Be the Outcome of Govern- ment Ownership of Railways. Party Politics and the Civil Service ust Permanently Divorced Before the United States Tri es the World Wide Failure of Running Railroads. i It has been shown that the acquisition the railroads of the United States by the government oannot bo accomplished by any means now within our knowl edge. It has been shown that the pol icy of government ownership has been very generally tried that it has been in operation in the older countries of the world through a long series of years that the most progressive coun tries and especially those in which the form of government is most liberal and the people enjoy the greatest freedom, lire those in which railroads are wholly under private control And that the Populist scheme of govern* Went ownership Is borrowed from Euro- pean despotisms. 1 It has been sh...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 25 October 1894

I? .1 Vv I 1 1 :1 )i I *lH if' J5*-, E ?5. St. "W-(|K*',Wsww"*' Volume XIV. Home and County News Whitney leads in low Drices. Call at the SHEAF office for first (slosti job work. Notice our new bargains in this tame of tho SHEAF. L. A.^LKK Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Rufferty tiave moved into town for the win ter. 0.0. Lien, the prominent Alii* anee politician of Foldnhl, was inold town Friday last week, C'hns. Misner, thegeninl tonsor ial artist of Oooktston, was in town jrearurdo-y'vi8j ting riPI The Standard Oil Co. have put *ip an oil tank, having a capacity of 5,000 gallons, alongside their old ware hou.se. Rev. M. Brown is expected to nrriy* thin weefe and to hoi 1 Horvlci* in the M. E.e^^uext Sundav^at tho usual Uo^ra V* According tb the new time table thenorln bound train leaves Warren at 10:15 A. M nnd the south bound at 5 o^lock P. M. The proceeds of the supper and uetion sale of the ladies of the Swed ish Luth. church last Friday evening amounted to $79.40. R. E. Kezar is now one ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 25 October 1894

its &*u. '&r C, *& Whitney leads in lonr fe$U' |#^ft fV.' llft^V *-^n,,eSfcnnilnrdOil oi fl\v/" *P' B-"" prices. Call at the SHEAF office for flrst t$OBH job work. ,r. Notice ourrie\vbai^ams'"in this issue of tho SHEAF. L. A.SLKR. *F* Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Rafferty toavo moved into town for the win- of- Foldahl, was in u. Ot.i Lien, tliu prominent Alli ,lce 0,icia 5 to wn Friday last week, ^^"Y Cha-Misnerahegeninl ll tonsor- JalartUtojOrook8ton,wns in town. 7vi8itinr? friends. Co. have put 5,000 gallons, alongsido their old warehouse. M. Brown its expected to Rev .fliTiy* this-tftwrt nrid to h twvVs in the M.* E^m^^xjb SundajEdft the 8unniSBa^''^r l- Vs* Accbvfling to the new time table the norfffi bound train leaves Warren at 10:15 A, M., nnd the south bound at 5 ofttock P. M. The proceeds of the snpper"hnd auction sale of the Indies of the Swed ish Luth. church last. Friday evening amounted to $70.40. R. i3. Kezjir is now one of the engineers at the Warren mill. The mill ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 25 October 1894

"2S WARREN. BY m5 ^Shcaf arirm JOHN P. MATTSO N, Editor and Prop. MINN A BUKSTI NO can of corn at a Maine "packery" is one of the latest men aces to Human life. A N EW college at Minco, O T., has a college yell already. I was furnished ready ma de by an entering cla ss of Comanches and Apaches *~Jf *T- S ,$*HS&. 'jtnjst curious paper weight in flie. jsrorjd belongs to the prince of -"Wales. I is the mummified hand of one of the daughters of Pharaoh. I the people of Mars ha ve as much trouble over politics as the people of this weary old planet have they cer tainly can spare no time for signaling to otner worlds HENRY BAKFR, of Passaic N. J., wanta 81,000 damages from the farmer who-employed him and in whose barn he recent ly got caught in a spring trap struck a snap, but didn't like it IHK first embezzlement case has been repoited from far away Alaska. Adelphus Me3'er, deputy marshal at fiitka, was arrested for embezzlement of public funds amounting to $2,000. A last Alaska is o...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 25 October 1894

***m{' 4 atxen 4&Hcaf JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Prop*. WARREN, MINN. THE SAME OLD THING. Twas just a little while ago we heard a robin sing The very first that came, you know, to tell us of the spring, Twas only Just the other flay we watched the budding rose, But now the fields are sere and gray and oold the wind that blows Yes, winter's coming on again in Just the same old way, And water pipes will freeze and burst and plumbers will be gay, And furnaces will give us smoko while .heat goes up the flue And otherwise conduot themselves the way they always do. The snow from here and everywhere again will gayly sweep Upon our walks and pile Itself in mountains wide and deep, And men who tightly close the door of "office and of car. In summer time, will shortly strive to leave them all ajar The very same old couples in the parlors pretty soon, In Just the very same old way will bill and coo and spoon, And 'pa," who pays for gas and coal, will make the air turn blue In Just the ver...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 25 October 1894

ti- lt I, IIs' Warren' SheaP -^4 J.P.MA.TTSON, Editor and Proprietor Official Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, October 25th, 1804. DEATH is no inspector of person. The czar of Russia is now ill ami is not expected to live lon g. FROM all sides, and mostly from within the ranks of his own party, comes the cry of no confidence in in the Peoples party candidate for State Senator. THE preamble to the Gorman tar iff law ought to have read: "An act to encourage manufactures in foreign lands and to reduce the revenue of American work men. PETER DAT.QUIST. the republican candidate for County Commissioner in the first district, is a. fanner in town of Warren ton and an old sett ler. has never held any countv office before, and is fairly entitled to this position by reason of his long residence and excellent citizenship^ is also well qualified for the of fice, AD AM J?ICT Im.s reigned the office of United States marshnl on the ground that he can not consist ently comply with the presidents...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 25 October 1894

Mlf-i^' f' $S -"ft," ft**. *t -t v't*: ^4 r1', y^f/'^ rl'vfMr. fa*?. WSrrerf SheaP KT.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, October 25th, 1894. DEATH is no respecter of person. _. The czar of Russia fc now ill and js j$jS not expected to live long. pROMa 1 ome sides,ofands mostly'from ranks bi own party i1 ||tK wifc,li ff# cry o'f no confidence in Peo 3 intu fr'wr'"' -StateSenator. Ples party candidate for *J^THE preamble to the Gorman lar- )l in law ought to have read: "An net ii to encourage manufactures in foreign lands and to reduce the revenuei of American work men.r' PETER DALQUIST. the republican candidate for Goun Iy Commissioner in the first district, is a farmer in town of Warrenton and an old sett ler. He has never held any county office before, and is fairly entitled to this position by reason of his long .^residence and excellent citizenship. He is also well qualified for the of fice, J. ADAM BEDE has resigned the office of Unite...

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

^&~ ft \W jS"3S l^f^V^j FoZ^ke ,17 F*. 5$ v^ iHome an/ County News -Whitney lpjuls in Iov ori.ias. Crt V* T,lassjob SHEAF office for first u^ik. H. Jl.Kaviinngh, of Excel, was *n town yesterday. FrnufcJernie wont south on buskesa trip on Monday. Notice our now bur^iins in this issue of the SHEAF. L. A. SLER. Rev. II. II. Battey, of Harnes 'vilb, was in the city, Momlny in thereasonable interest of the I. O. 0. T. Mr. and Mrs, Oscar Searl left for Wisconcin or. Thursday a week ago to spend the winter. A. Dxvis, nn experienced pharmacist, lately of Hod wood Fall* is now e,nplc,^cd#in thq, \\Mtm Urugstore. P. McOuiiv, of Crookston, Minn., agent for railroad lands, will be at the 8late*15ank of Warren on Nov. 8, to receive money on con tracts. Rev. Skreferiiil, the famous mis sionary, did not preach Monday evening as announced. He was in the city but was nob Ming very well. Many had come to town on purpose to hear him and were disappointed. JohnE. Ostrom returned home last Saturday,...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 1 November 1894

s. i Jonw P. MATTSO N, Editor and Prop. WARREN7 MINN. THE total amount qjf beer drank in the world during 1893** is estimated by a Germ an statistician at 4,500,000,00a gallon s. Enough to float a navy. A*BUSH EL of corn is worth fifty cents, but when sold over the bar as whisky it brings twenty-four dollars., showing the difference between solid and liquid. j|Boo, THE exclamation used to fright children, is a corruption of Bah the name of a famous Gothic general. It has be en used for a terror word for centuries. A KKNILCKY grocer advertises "tuck ing combs and side saddles, hah pins and trace chains, watch charms and sledge hammers, hair oil and blast ing powder.cinnamon drops and Colt's revolvers." A GERM AN chemi st is reported to have discovered a new substance, called cryostaste, whi ch has the re markable property of solidifying when heated and remaining liquid at tem peratures below zero. NEW world genius furnishes the that is to sayold chair and tables of the eighteenth cen...

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

-&- tt it tf I. if *vf* f" ^$m^MkM? LULLABY. Dear little girl, good night, good night, The pretty birds, in their nests are still We watched the sun, as he sank from sight, Over the tree tops, on yonder hill. Two stars have come since the daylicht went, Way over there in the sky's dark blue, They must be angels that God has sent To watch my baby the whole night through. Dear little girl, good night, good night, I hear the frogs in the meadow oall, They croak and croak, in the evening light, Down in the pond by the old stone wall I think, perhaps that they tell the flowers, Never to fear, though the world is dark They know the firefly lights the hours, All night long with his cheerful spark. Dear little girl good night, good night, Dear little head, with your silky hair, Dear little form that I hold so tight, Cozv nnd warm in the nursery chair, White lids are veiling the eyes so clear, Over their blueness the fringes creep, Slower vnd slower, I rock you dear, My little girl, asle...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 1 November 1894

tki* -X 'te \K r1- i? J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Official Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, November 1st, 1894. HE people know th at they can de pend upon Judge Grindeland if he is sent to the legislature. I the honest German, August T. ICoerner, is elected state treasurer, the funds of the state will be in safe Tiands. HE friends of R. Glavin in every part of the county are rallying to his support and ho will be elected county auditor for another term on Nov. 6th. HE genial and eloquent Darius F. Beese will certainly bo elected clerk of the supreme court. The republi can state convention made no mis take in nominating him. JUDGE GRINDELAND is the man to vote for state senator. If the people in this district want, a good, honest, and able man in the upper branch of the legislature they will vote forhim. THERE are good business reason* why R. Glavin shsuld be elected his own successor in thecounty auditors office. Put an "X" mark opposite his name, and you will make no mis...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 1 November 1894

.s 77I .4 qm 1 }q P1 0.h-! E A N A.~mmm C7 1. ..1 N j- Kx 1 F. 2~fx rm Clo 17 1 7 14 r.. I i S Yo, rt N 11 I. PPPI, 4: tlt rD i -INN 1.Y5 *C4( oIOA EoR 6TA mss/ S iCHIErJUSTICE COJT: ~.EL60 URi ID IMP ._.__ /,L- "4s' 1 _.. HA 1!Tl II1q R1 11 tl 1 1 Fi i ~e. *jiM (z 'j 4 ___ I ~%& JEUT. (OVERNOP.~ ~,CAnDID'ATE. FOR GOJEDRNO YIT DID 'TE Et1DIT.. a., lY 1I -alt 17 k' i^jq .._ SOCTOBER,' 1894 -E. Y~ i 1 C. Ni I' 4 Mr 8y

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 1 November 1894

!w ,t i,H v. Mi amt..ijBm JHWW TflEY WANT BIEEMANN. PINE LAND ROBBERS THINK HE 18 A GOOD STATE AUDITOR. Tliey Hare Ifo Us for GOT. Nelson and Bob Dunn Because They Put a. Stop to the Crooked Work of the Lumbermen and Compelled Them to Pay Back to the School Fund of the State Thousand* of Dollars of Which I Had Been Defrauded. Erery timber thief to the State of Min nesota, every man and every corporation that hopes in the future to get pine timber from the stato'B lands -without paying for its full market .value is honestly In favor of the election of Mr. A. Blermaun as state auditor and Mr. S. M. Owen as governor. This rather remarkable condition of thlDgs require some explanation, and the explana tion afforded by an investigation of timber frauds In tho past and by the evidence pro duced In the suits -which have compelled restitution to the state forms an Interesting and Instructive chapter of political history. These facts are now laid before tr.e people of Minnesota in their enti...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 November 1894

\S' tp 15% Home and/County News A HESKKVI5D SKAT. Donio.TiicyV not up a Hill, H'H reuliy uj UKK rug poverni"fli chair. D. B. can't All ifc'H llolU tt Levi l\ New York Iterorder. SIGNS OP THE SEASON. Tho leaves are turning on the trees. rhe autumn time In here iTheres frost upon the morning breeze. 1 he nueninn time idehere, The aoiis-blrdh tu southwardbeea,flees.fo \v .'."or er ,the th hn all cntch cold and uneoie uud nneei The autumn time la here, KaoauH utty JotttitaK Whitney leads in low orices. Thanksgiving lV WANTED: A good girl for general housework. Mrs. \V. B. WALTERS. A. (irindeland is undoubtedly elected State Senator. Hip, Hip. Hnrrnhll .t Most people can not afforduto ex periment, They want*y ahou, 'hyyo K"!2,V Ylt*T* us i* I tch Husel Salve? Chapin's Afcrilgs^ore. Election returns were received nt Dr. Chapin's drug store until a late liour Tuesday night, nnd as the cheerful news from New York began to pour in Republican enthusiasm ran high. Dr. Engstad will be in Warren...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 November 1894

yi i a'-. vi roZitnU XIT. Home and/County News A. KKSKKVICD SKAT. Deuooracy'ii not *p Hill, The^overaw". fcair. D. B. can't fl^ 1 It'x hold tor Lori p. ,j$ Xew York Recorder. fclG.VS OF THEeSEASON. '4 '& morning leav 8 turning on the trees. "P01 1 th orithwanl flee*. T ontnran timhe IDehere: 3 I nST' fT.08f ?~.*?beo ''/l e 8n car ttn & -ii*(f" &\ of bees, atnnn i,n here, ''Ltimet i8 heH ro 1 "aeoie uud ancei* ,or &-' m^e" t"M time her*. w(' i .-,Th 5%.*^ ~Kno City ior*aU ^Whitney leada in knv oriees. I" i ?7, Thanksgiving day, Nov. 29CTi. Call nfc the SHE AF offlee for first Jnss job work. Dr. Enpstiid will be in Wnrrpn. ii Saturday, Nov. 17th. WANTE D: A good jrir! iiir gwierul Louaowork. Mrs. W. B. WALTEK S. A. Grindeland is undoubtedly elected State Senator. Hip, Hip, Hurra ML LH wp^periment. ^Itey want immediate re 'lief. TuatVi why they use One (v. Minute Cough Cure. Cliapin's Druir- ,t v^^store. Subscribers who are' in arrears their subscription will please cal...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 November 1894

"w 7 i i *y. I: ISarcei* ^&heaf JonN P. MATTSO N, Editor and Prop. WARREN^ MINN. YALE opens a department in Ameri can universitiesthat is, a department of Christian ethics and social science. OSKALOOSA, the name of a Kansas town, is said to be a compound of 0ska7 the name of a noted Indian chief, and Loosa, his wife. MBS. DEBORAH BROWN, a colored woman of Toronto, is said to have be en born in Maryla nd August 10, 1776. A daughter aged 84lives with thiBmother of 118. IT is stated that in this country the re are now in daily service 000.000 telephones, with 500,000 miles of wire, over which 600,000,000 messages are annually transmitted. A MARRI ED couple in Saviada, Japan, according to a native paper the father 182 years old and the mother 185 have a family of fourteen, including a son aged 105, and a daughter 108. REV. J. A ZAHJ I, in an article in the American Ecclesiastical Revie w, lo cates the Garden of Eden in the land intervening between the confluence of the Tigris and Eu...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 November 1894

g^SWWWHSS^ Jf-^^J A PARABLE. Slimmer Is gone, the butterflies are dead, The little birds fly southward, one by one No longer elm and maple widely spread Their boughs ol emerald 'neath the shin ing sun, The roses, too, are deadwoe and alas I So sweet a season and so soon to pabs!" Vet look again, sweet maid, and sigh no more With red and gold the bowers of autumn shine. Russet and crimson deck the treetops still And gayly paint the tendrils of the vine, The wee, brown sparrows twitter, chirp and fly. And glorious sunsets light the western sky. All is not over becase summer fled' Tis but a litt'e while ere back again Will como the blithesome robin and the wren And herald *._e sweet queen with all her train, Far sweeter blossoms yet shall climb and creep, Where the dead roses lie in dreamless sleep Helen Percy in Good Housekeeping NEATLY PLANNED. I had just reached my office after lunch one miserably wet dav last No vember, when a visitor was announce d. "Mr. Enpfstrom" was inscribed o...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 November 1894

Lk? B*VW kV-'s I 1 1 "r I ill '""J** Warren Sheaf. J.P.MATTSON, iV-gi Editor and Proprietor. QIMcul PUT t Marshall County. Thursday, November 8th, 18tMk ^R^A is a, ffood Republican town. MANY good men were defeated in tins-county on Tuesday. REPUBLICANS KNU TE NELSON will have about, as many votes as Owen and Becker together. NORTH DAKOTA goes Republican and M. N. Johnson is returned to Congress. W. E. WOOD defeats Dnlquist for commissioner in the first district by three votes. CONGUESSMAN Wilsou, mithor of the democratic tariff bill, is defeated for re-election. ALBERT BERG rau ahead of all candidates on the state tickets in Warren, receiving 152 votes. EDDY is surely elected congress man from this district. Boeu made too many speeches, it seems. DAGOUEUQ made Dahlgren a very close run for county treasurer but the Peoples party man was too swift for him. MICHIGAN, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indi ana and even West Virginia have gone Republican by largely increased majorities. GLAVIN made ...

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