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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 November 1894

Tfi i( "A4 V "x *$ iy$M^Jed&%Mi: J.P.MATTSON, l_ Editor and Proprietor flcial^Mtr *t Marshall County. Thttrodajr, November 8th 1884 1to*Afeffood Republican town. MANY good men were defeated in tins-county on Tuesday. REPUBLICANS win inlfoiitii Dakota. ffood times will nowlSm- NEW YOHK city elects a KepubHcan mayor. 1 V'^* 7%*- DONNELLY is defeated for the legis lature. HE Populists are defeated in Colo rado by 15,000 to 20,000 votes. THE next house of Kept esentati ves will be Republican by a good majori ty, KNUTE NELSON will have about as many votes as Owen and Becker together. NOTM DAKOTA goes Republican and M. N. Johnson is returned to Congress. W. E. WOOD defeats Dalqnist for commissioner in the first district by three votes. CONGRESSMAN Wilson, author of the democratic tariff bill, is defeated for re-election. ALBERT BERG ran ahead of all candidates 011 the state tickets in Warren, receiving 152 votes. EDDY is surely elected congress man from this district. Boeu made too ma...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 15 November 1894

F*f *!1 J? 7" '41 ii- Volume XIV. Home and County News Whitney leads in low orices. Lots of mud and slush on Tues day. D. A. Whitney went to Crooks ton on Tuesday. Call at the SBEAF office for first -lass job work. Dr. Eugstad will be in Warren on Saturday, Nov. 17th. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Winchester tare in Wisconsin visiting. The Christmas Delineator for rsnle at the SHEAF News stand. Swedish and Norwegian books at SHEAF Book and News stand. John E. Ostrom has the Stohl berg house for sale or rent. In,,^ of him. w~ B, Chap{n fn ""v hef **nwl anal Dft Oisjfcrict Court lter Io Marshall county will convene $0Xt Monday. Prank Lull hns made arrnnge hiente to go into the pineries to work during the winter. The Snake river ditch is now completed with the exception of a few finishing touches. Those who are owing us on sub scription will confer a great favor and settling up. A new barber shop hns been opened up on the west side in the -Berget building by N. Weller. Ostrom did not get enough T...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 15 November 1894

Inp \4 111 7 ^Ssw*** 1 1X9- Whitney leads in low orioes. Lots of mud and shjah on Tnee- D. A. Whitney went to Crooks ton on Tuesday. Call at the SHEAF office for flrst ttlass job work. Dr. Engstad will be in Warren on Saturday, Nov. 17th. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Winchester aare in Wisconsin visiting. The Christmas Delineator for /sale at the SHEAF N ew 8 a nd. Swedish and Norwegian books at SHEAF Book and News stand |W. John E. Ostrom has the Stohl berg house for sale or rent. In ti| of him. V -'J Harry Bernard reft oh ^uday for i week's hunt. ,,r ic er ,o Wrshallt county will convene &0Xt Monday. Frank Lull has made arrange tnento to go into the pineries to work during the winter. The Snake river ditch is now completed with the exception of a lew finishing touches. Those who are owing us on siib flcriptioa will confer a great favor calling and settling up. A new barber shop has been -opened up on the west side in the**' JJerget building by N. Weller. Ostrom did not get enough votes ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 15 November 1894

$ 1 AUTHOBITIES say th at a fatal fall from a great height is absolutely pain less. The mind acts very rapidly for a time, then unconsciousness ensues. SINCE the battle of Waterloo the Rothschilds have laid by $2,OOU,000,000 for a rainy day, and one estitnateof their wealth by the year 1965 is $60,- 000,000,000 A MTTFR thrown overboard from a Danish vessel was found six days later in the stomach of a cod caiight 1,251 miles from the spot where the missive was dropped into the sea. Next. NOT satisfied with having" acquired the monopoly of the tobacco and luci fer match trades, the French govern ment is now trying to ffet exclusive control of the spirituous liquor indus try. ,_______ THRKE-TENTIIS of the earnings of a Belgian convict are given to him on the expiration of his term of impi ion ment. Some of them thus save more money in jail than they ever saved before. LA ST year beU\ een 250,000 and 300,000 pilgrims visited Mecca Of 90,000 who went by sea 10,000 died of cholera, while ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 15 November 1894

jf N -Sheaf HN P. MATTSQN, Editor and Prop. WARREN, NN APPLE PIE AND CHEESE, Full many a sinful notion Conceived of foreign power* Has come across the ocean To harm this land of ours And heresies called fashion^ Have modesty effaced, And baleful, morbid passions Corrupt our native taste. 0 temporal O mores' What profanation these That seek to dim the glories Of apple pie and cheese 1 I'm jr't-\d my education Enlnjigs me to stand Against the vile temptation Held out on every hand, Eschewing all the titles With \anity replete 1 loyal to the victuals Our grandsires used to eat I'm glad I'vo got thiee willing boys 'lo hang around and tease Thc^mother for the lining jqys Of apple pie and cheese! Your flavoied creams and ices And your daintj angel food Are mightv line devices 'Io regale the dainty dude, Your teuapin and oysters, With wine to wash 'em down, Are just the thing for roisters When painting of the town No flippant sugiued notion Shall mj appetite appcuse, Or bate mj soul de\ ot...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 15 November 1894

Wi, nW.Ji. WMm Warren Sheaf. K'^f^.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. iW'M Offlaiif faptr ol Marshall County. Thursday, November 15th, 1894. BIEBMANN KITTSON was Dunn up on Noy. 6th by 72,000 votes and is now rest ing in his bier. COUNTY divisiou carried in Kittson county by a good majority. The new county of Roseau will commence business on January first. county dictated the no mination of of both Cronkhite and Henricks, and it also elected them. Marshall county would have none oi them. Two years ago Knute Nelson got 13 votes in town of New Polden and this year he got 43. The question now is, how many votes did he lose by his speech at Humbolt? EDITOR E. A. Nelson, of the Hallock News, has been elected county super intendent in Kittson county by a large majority. We congratulate Bro. Nelson on his splendid victory. The educational interests of Kittson county are in good hands. THE present county board have habit of cutting down bills on gener al principles without regard to the just...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 22 November 1894

\*t &i w-f &< rift*-' W* fit'* W P'3 TZ,*$3'4 Volume XIV. Home and County News Whitney leads in low prices. Call at the SHE AF office for first lass job work. Allen Jioyce of Argjle was in town yesterday. Joint E Ostrom's hand is now almost pefectly cured. An "ad." in tlu SHE AF brings quick returns. Try it. Frank Jemie returned from his trip east on Saturday. The Christmas Delineator for eaie ftt the SHE AF News stand. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Winchester returned home lust Saturday. Swedish and 'Norwegian books at SHEAF Book and News stand. P. 11. Malberg, of Excel, clerk of court-elect, was in town yesterdnyf =rr..J. 1 Ronko nml family 'have moved to Spruce Valley for the win ter. JohnE. Odtrom hns the Stold Ijerg house for sale or rent. Inquire of him. Attorneys Miller and Walts Crookston, were present at the term otooan this week. Wheat was up to 4 8 cents for a few days this week, but this morning it dropped to 4 6 cents. The father of Ad row Paulson, of Vega, left for Swe...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 22 November 1894

l i TJ.n ^iC "SS.1 ii H\7 Wt\ 'l'\ VolumemXHVm Home and County News Whitney leads in low prices, Call at the SHE AF office for flrst las8 job work. **&&$ Allen Boyce of Argyle was in |Ptown yesterday. |$S JolmE. Ostiom's hand is now Almost pefectly cured. An "ad." in i SHEAF bring* jf^ quick returns. Try ik ^Sf? J'ewue returned from his Pran stonSaturdov. tri News stand. f%f-%h The Christmas Delineator for $&$d fche SHEA Mto 1 ,lst Saturday. ,.$&* -Mr. ano Mrs. tt. Winchester ,m 1 retu|,ne lS8^' -Swedish and-Norwegian books p%\ Hook and Newsstand. atSHEA Ma,ber of Excel, clerk of fjjti court-elect, was in town yesterd-iyf -r-v =-J. Mv. Rnnko nm\ family -have /"%iovwlfftS|Kttc Valley for the win- ^fppv\ **r. JohnE.Odtrom has the Stolil- l)erg house for sale or rent. Inquire of him. A 'tornoys Miller and Wn11 ft. Croofcston, were present at the term $* of court this week. I Wheat was up to 4 8 ceuts for a :jti few days this week, but this morning it dropped to 4 6 cent...

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 November 1894

&V- 1 1 "23 -'w If 4, pi current JO HN P. MATrsosr, Editor and Prop. WARREN^ MINN. THE total amount of deposits in the savin gs banks of the country in 1893 \\as $1,785,150,795. I is estimated that the recent coal strike in Scotland cost $40,000,000, or $10 per head of population. THK deepest running stream in the wor ld is said to be the Niaga ra river, ^ust nnder the famo us suspension bridge. A the recent fimt show at the Crystal palace in London the que en took first prize for one, hundred va rieties each pears and apples. *Mns. MOKLTIY, an eccentric Montreal widow, has 100 eat- in her house at Longue Point She recent ly had eight een bojs arrested for stoning her cats. JAMhs MIGHI,\R I, who has jnst been sworn in as chief ot the Osage nation, ib the fiibt man to hold that office who can read and speak the English lan guag e. IN Hawaii the native girls when they meet a stranger say "Love to you" instead of "Good morning" An as some of them are exceedingly hand some the stran...

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 November 1894

A &wmsmRg$%?Y^ V'lJ^^yg'djUMMEB'S blush i. ar /owr /_ i a summer slow, All her wealth of languid light Paled and perished long ago Daisies dropped their petals white, And the late red roses' flume Faded when the asters came All the autumn red and gold Flashed and spread and died awayj Seas of vapor tossed and rolled Round the hilltops dim and gray Latest bloom was dull and dead When the Indian summer fled What of that' 1 he radiant blaze Shining on the cott ige wall Makes the autumn 1 itter days Warmly 'welcome unto all Like a pirtln/ -unse ray, Comes at last Thanksgiving day Then with felons of goodly cheer, See the pantry she'vob arrayed Ruby jellies crystal clear Rich preserves and marmalade, And a streak of sunshine lies In the row of pumpkin pies Ah! the contrast' Who can tell What the Pilgrim fathers bore All the hardships that befell Exiles on a barren shore" Yet their thanks to God were sent They with freedom were content. We have corn and wheat and fruits, Peace dwells ...

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 November 1894

& 1: v"* }f,C Warren fljjgp. J.P.MATTSONVM __ Editor and Proprietor^' Official Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, November 22nd, 1894. Distri ct Court. The November term of district court for Marshall county convened on Monday, Judge Ivea presiding. The following are the most impor tant cases disposed of: William Howe vs. Hans Christoffer son, Brown & Bayrell for p%f Brown & Carr for deft. Suit in replevin. Jury returned verdict in favor of plff. for $240. Henry Barnes vs. Hans Christof ferson. Suit in replevin. Attorneys same as in case above. Verdict for plff. to whom the property in con troversy (a pair of horses) was or dered to be returned, or if that could not be done then Ihe value thereor to the amount of $150, al&o $100 additional lor damages. P. Lefebvre vs. Louis Kostad. Tried by jury and verdict rendered in favor of plaintiff for $11. The case of Stnte of Minnesota vs. Severin Gillund was dismissed, the prosecuting witness failing to ap pear. The grand j...

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 November 1894

ii War reft J.P.MATTSOJG^ Editor and Proprietor? Official Paporot Marshall County. Thursday, November 22nd, 1894. District Court. The November term of district court for Marshall county convened on Monday, Judge Ivea presiding. The following are the most impor tant cases disposed of: /William Howe vs. Hans Christoffer son, Brown & Bayrell for p%f Brown & Carr for deft. Suit in replevin. Jury returned a verdict in favor of plff. for |240. Henry Barnes vs. Hans Christof ferson. Suit in replevin. Attorneys same as in case above. Verdict for plff. to whom the property in con troversy (a pair of horses) was or dered to be returned, or if that could not be done then Ihe value thereof HI to the amount of #150, also #100 additional tor damages. ||jf P. Lefebvre vs. Louis Kostad. Tried by jury and verdict rendered gsgP in favor of pluiutiff for #11. |jg-. -p W0: The case of State of Minnesota vs. fl^ Sever-in Gillund was dismissed, the |rf prosecuting witness failing to op- g" I':pea...

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 November 1894

J&. 1V f.. ri Volume XIV. Home and County News Whitney leads in Iov orices. Cnll nt the SHEAF office for first class job work. An "ncl." in the SHKAF brin^ quick returns. Try it. The Christmas /Delineator for sale at the SHEA? jSjft\Vs stand. Swedish nn\ Norwegian books at SHBAF '^ook and News stand. John E. Ostrom lias the Stohl lierg house for sale or rent. Inquire of him. Mrs. Sonthei'land, of Argyle, is visiting at the-home of Mrs. J. Eatston. Views of all parts of the city, residence and business portion, for ale ov Berget, the photographer. ?3^* Jtevr Jnines Moody will hold set vices in the Pealstrom school house jit JLpwer Snake oh Wednesday Dec. i 5, nt 10:30 A.M. The I/tdios of the M. E. Church, will give a Birthday Party, Dec. 4th, atSfee'M hall. A cordial invitation isttttanded to nil. Fainting in oil on X'mns cards, silk, plush, celluloid and etc., large nnd small pictures on canvas, to or der. Also lessons given. Inquire of MISP KATE It. WOOD. Art paper for the maki...

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 November 1894

I ft I frfc.E I IJ4* fe Ifxti! ,"1/ I/' 'sXSavrcnc ^Shcaf JOHN P. ATTSOW, Editor and Prop. WARREN, MINN. R. MARY WALKER has retired from public life, but the bicycle is accom plishing- what she left undone. IT may not be generally known that the Hudson river is salty as far as Poughkeepsie, 75 miles from its mouth. DIAMON DS valued at $14,000,000 were taken from the mines at Kimberley, South Africa, during the year ending October 31. THE swell visiting card in China is a noblong piece of red paper about 4 inch es wi de and 8 inches long, with the name in black characters. MR S. SCOTT, of Denver, routed three burglars and then fainted. Sh will go on record as one of the few women who ever earned a fainting fit Mis ANNA GOULD has the heart of a Coney Island summer girl. Sh has al ready turned down three princes, one count, one judge and an actor. THE histrionic world is holdi ng its breath. Lotta has turned her atten tion to painting, and, if successful, the stage will know her no mor...

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 November 1894

jvm \J JP* Jifyi4^ i JOHN P. AIATTSON, Editor and Prop. WARREN. I MINN SLEEPIN' IN THE ATTIC. I remember when my pa said Jimmie, go to bed," Er lot o' funny kind o* things went scootin' through my head For I slept in th' attic, where skare-thlngs come at night. Where goblins grow from rafters, an' impses hide from sight, An' wait to jump out on yer when ye're most asleep An' where there's funny crawlln' things 'at creep creep creep TJp on th' bed, an' grab yer throat, an' make yer cry and groan, All jes because yer have to sleep up attic all alone An' I remember pa said he thought most any kid Ould like to sleep up attic, leastwise he always did An' when yer hear the rats er runnin' round at night, An' yer think perhaps they's bogie men with long white teeth 'at bite, An* then the moon comes in an* lays er white streak on th floor, An* yer go ter sleep an' dream about th' bogie men some more, An' the cobwebs on the rafters look like fairy castlesmost An* yer think perhaps the moonli...

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 November 1894

IT VM NT*1?M it i I2B' i.m jf ft"1 I & 'Mj. 1 "is Warren SheaP J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor^ Thursday, November 20th, 1894. address "t the people" explaining why he wns defeated, but he forgets to mention one important factor 1 which helped to defeat him, nn\l that is the speeches which he mnde. PHBSIDE NT Harrison paid off about $247,000,000 of the public debt and Jeft the gold balance in the treasury intact? Under a republican admin istration the treasury did not run behind its receipts $ 10,500,000 pe i month. The talk of "the last presi dent's leaving nothing in the treas- A SECOND $50,000,000 bond issue during tin's administration 1ms just been sold. Th bonds bear 5 per cent interest and sold tor $117*077. THE Uncle Sam's credit is all right thus far, but what shall be an hi of thePacific party that has placed him in pinch that makes it neccessary for him to borrow so much money, and that in a time of peace? WHEAT &ROWERS' SITUATION. Most of the wheat growers of t...

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 December 1894

Wbifcn&y leads in Iov oriees. Call at the SHEAF office for first )ass job work. Christmas is drawing near. It comes on Tuesday this year. The weather for more than a week has been very pleasant. Swedish and Norwegian books at SHEAF Book and News stand. A bntn new boy arrived at the home of Ole Vullinson on Nov. 30th. John E. Ostrom has the Stohl berg house for sole or rent. Inquire of him. P. Lofgren, of Stephen, made this office a plensant call when in tho city last week. Lars fijorsness, of Fodvang, ^mwiutown Tuesday and disposed of a load of fine pork. Views of all parts of the city, residence and business portion, for ale by Berget, the photographer. The Lyons House under the ef ficient management o! landlord Seigne is getting to bo a very popu lar stopping place. Lewis P. D.ilquist and family have moved to Koge.-iu. where Mr. Dalquist has secured employment in the office of 0. 13. Ekttian. Painting in oil on X'raus cards, fiilk, plush, celluloid and etc., large and small pi...

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 December 1894

41. 1 W I & p#r*-,iJj#k* JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Prep. WARREN~ I MINN EZKKIEI. WELLS, of Burnet, Tex., offers himself as a candidate for the legislature on the ground that he weighs over three hundred pounds and is so bow-legged that he can't attend to any regular business. A RECENT strike of women in Vienna caused an investigation to be made, which elicited the fact that one of the workpeople in the factory there had labored daily for twenty-three years, and had never received more than Is 2d a day. THE United States now have about forty vessels engaged in whalingthe remnant of a fleet which once num bered 500 ships. The demand for whale oil has so gr+jatly decreased that the in dustry has dwindled away. It is now supported chiefly by the demand for whalebone. I is proposed to make the port of Bristol, England, accessible to trans atlantic vessels at all times by dam ming the river Avon at its mouth and \isihg locks. According to the plans of the engineers a constant depth ...

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 December 1894

i St' fa1** President Cleveland's State ment of the Affairs of the Government. MuchValuable Information Eegard ing Our Relations with Foreign Countries. Free Coal, Free Iron and Free Ships Favored Also Partial Re- peal of the Duty on Sugar. A Currency Based on a Guarantee Fund Proposed--Recommendations Regarding Many Questions. WASHINGTON, Dec. 8.The following is a synoposis of President Cleveland's annual message read a the opening: of the second session of the Fifty-third congress: To THE CONGRESS O TH E UNIT ED STATES: The assemblage within the nation's legislative halls of those charged with the duty of mak ing laws lor the benefit of a generous and free people impressively suggests ilie exacting ob ligation and inexorable responsibility involved In their task. At tho threshold of such labor now to be undertaken by the congress of the United States and In tho discharge of an ex ecutive duty enjoined by the corstitution I submit this communication, containing a brief statement of...

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 December 1894

^w^ips^ I'm AJ, Warren fih'gaP, J,P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OMgial Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, December 6th, 1894. GE N. BOOTH, the founder and head of the Salvation army, is making a tour of this country. DONNEL LY will be conspicuous by his absence in the next session of the legislature, but the "gentleman from Marshall county" will be a* conspicuous by his presence, THE second session of the 53rd Congress met on Monday. It will be the last session for many prominent democratic statesmen who were rele gated to private life in the recent po litical land slide. PRESIDE NT Cleveland in his mes sa ge recommends an elastic curren cy. That is just the kind of money we have have been wanting for some timemoney that will stretch as oc casion requires, nnd make a one dol lar bill go as far as two. THE question of who shall be the next U. S. senator from Minnesota is being much discussed. I looks as if Washburn had the inside track for renomination, but unless he is strong e...

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