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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 7 February 1895

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Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 7 February 1895

ml i 4 ^J^g^?1^^^^ til 'IfSfi &' vtv* Wacrert SheaP. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OfCciaJ Paper of Marshall County. Thursday, February 7th, 1895. J* CITY WITHOUT A GOVERNMENT. Sttdhot Elections Every Year, bat the Elected Never Qualify Tho town of Hnmboldt, Kan., is an organized city of the third class, with 1,600 people, and for 18 years there has not been a municipal officer in the town, although the oity eleotion has been held very year. Thereby hangs a tale, and as it contains a warning against the vot ing of bonds and going into debt it febonld be told. In the spring of 1870 there was pro jected south from Junction City to Par song a railroad called the southern branoh of the Union Pacific. Humboldt Was not a young town then, but bond voting was the fashion, and Humboldt, which was old enough to know better, voted bonds to the extent of fl75r000 for the road. Not satisfied with this debt, in 1876 tho town voted $25,000 to the Fort Scott, Humboldt and Western, a road ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 14 February 1895

N \\V t m^ W "SF W- Home and County News It is thawing to-day. Dit! you get a valentine? Whitney leads in low .orices. Oscar Dahl is very sick pneumonia:. John Peterson, of Stephen, was in the city yesterday. Emanuel and Eric Holm, of Ro seau, are in town to-day. Watch out for the. Deacon to night at the Opera House. 0. M. Spannuth left Tuesday on a visit to his old home in Pennsylva ~ia. Mrs. Warren Gilbert is seriously ill from a complication of diseases resulting from lagrippe. Clerk ol Court Malberg reports 392 births and 124 deaths in Mar shall county during the year 1894. Miss Annie Tornell gives lessons in music. Those interested will please call at the residence of Rev A Tornell. The pupils of the city schools are preparing to celebrate Washing ton's birth-day with appropriate exercises. A Winona commission house had a corner on hen fruit during there cent cold snap, and sent prices up ax high as 35 and 40 cents a dozen in the cities. Judge Hull after several vain attempts h...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 14 February 1895

If i ll V-* Hh DELINQUENT TAX LIST. A List of Delinquent Taxes up on Real Estate Within the County of Marshall, State of Minnesota^ for the Year A.D 1893, remaining delinquent and unpaid an the first Monday in January, 1895, and the penalties ac crued thereon. S VTE aV MiNxtsivr t.-i DISTINCT foi'RT. 'OTfcivOt \H8HA1.L I 14 Mi Judicial DUtrlct. The State of Minnesota, to all person*, ram panics or corporation*, who hav e, of claim any *tate. rltfht. title or interest ln claim to. ur Hen uponunv of thn*evei-nl piece* or parcels ot land In the Hut hereto art*had dancribed. The lint of taxes tind penalties on real prop erty tor the eonnty or Marshall. remaining de linquent on the tlrst Monday In January. A. B. 1*05, has been nled In th om of the Clerk o! IMstrk* Pourt of the county of Marshall, of uldch that hereto attached irt a true copy. Therefore, You and earn of .YOU are hereby required to file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Marshall county, on or before the t...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 14 February 1895

4 Tl *!v Thos McMahan seqr nwqr lota 3 4 and 5 sec 6 165.41a 4 6 38 same hi e qr lots 1 and 2 sec 6 159 69a 35 09 Christofferson hf sw qr lots 6 and 7 see 6165 20a 4111 John Youiur sw qr sec 8 160a 35 81 Keyn se qr sec 1 0 160a 39 73 Juline nnd or hers all of sec 11 640a 102 06 Lundin no qr sec 12 160n 27 8 0 Bobt Gordon iiw qr sec 12 160a Christofterdon n\v tirsec 1 3 160A Mary Mohler g\v qr se" 13 100tt Bo 4 vinojt& PiudHl iiw qrm\ qrsei'15 40a Francis Boyinoib sw qrnw qr sec 15 40a Lundin n qr mv qr SHJ 15 40i Mai tin Alison se qr sec 16 160a (ieo W Toornb hf nw qr lots 1 and 2 si-c 18 164.61a A Nichols ne qr s,eo 2 0 160a Lundin IJ qr no qr sec 2 1 40a A Nichols nw qr leas rijrht of way SHC 157.19a S (iuodiiuli se qr hi se no |PM right of way see 2 1 268 22,i A Beau dry hfse qr hf sw qr sec 22 160a LL,effairnht8Vi%!i&se#hee22 160a PiturbOi hf Me qrsec 23 80a 8/1 me hf se qr 23 80.1 do lif 8\v 20a 2T 50 26 51 26 28 6 4^ 511 7 71 26 93 &6 87 24 17 4 73 21 2S02 42 52 22...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 14 February 1895

\f\ Jrf """"Vf zr\ fiheaP. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OWciIPMir of Marshall County. Thwrsday, February 34th, 189Q. THE bill taxing unused railroad lands has passed the house and is )ikely phtfs fche senate also. TH3 proceedings of the legislature are not near as spicy and interesting! as in former yeara, and this is easily accounted for by the fact th at Don nelly is not there. Whatever mny be said of Donnelly, he does make things lively when he is present. O NE of the most important bills relating to schools introduced nt this session of the legislature is the one establishing the township sys tem of schools in place of the dis trict system which now exists in a majority of the counties throughout the state. The State Superinten dent of Public Instruction and lead ing educators generally favor the change. Among the arguments ad duced in favor of the township sys tem are: That it wduld provide more equal school privileges, make tax ation more equal, lead to more im partial ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 14 February 1895

Wa?/4n $%?\ PJ,F hfz ^i i Sff fiheaP.b ^.P.MATTSON, Editorand Proprietor. Wlew^Mtr of Martha!! County. ThtTrsdfty, freornary 14t h, 189 5. TH E bu 1 feucbiir unused railroad lands has passed the house and is %|j"3te. PJM the senate also. tmBproeeedin^of the legislature are not near as spicy and interesting as in former years, and this is easily accounted for by the fact that Don Jelly is not there. Whatever may be saW of Connelly, he does make thinjft lively tfhen he is present. ONE of the most important bills relating to schools introduced at this session of the legislature is the one establishing the township sys tem of schools in place of the dis trict system which now exists in a majority of the counties throughout the state. The State Superinten dent of Public Instruction and lead ing educators generally favor the change. Among the arguments ad duced in favor of the township sys tem are: That it wduld provide more equal school privileges", make tax ation more equal, lead, to mo...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 February 1895

jW M.T!* if* tVbifcnj i i ^i ,i fc: :ri^?iJ9 J, W?ic&7V *&>. v.-: &fr^^. Volume XV. Home and County News leads in loV muss. 0 0 Lien, of Folduhl, wns in *o\vn yesterday. C. J. Pihlstrom is still confined to his house by sickness. I will sell one share in the stal lion "Snuff." S. COOKR. 0 TMomsness returned Tues das from business trip.to Duluth. D. A. Whitney returned Tuesday morning from a business trip to the Twin cities. The hoard of county commis sioners will meet at the auditor's office Fob. 20th. Call at the SHEAF news stnnd lor a copy of Judge or Truth TO drive ennui away. A son was born at the home of J. A. Bloomqnist., the section fore man, on Wednesday Inst week, Miss Annie Tornell gives lessons in music. Those interested Wirt'"1t"'1 please call at the residence of Kov. Tornell. Mrs. W\ \V\ Wood and Miss Kate Wood will noon open up a restau rant in the Dixon building on John son avenue. K. 0 Knutoon, of liig Woods, was in the city transacting business yester...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 February 1895

1 N IF jtii Collected during the year 1894 Distribution March settlement. 1894 June October Balance.January 5, .1895 Balance December 30,1893 Balance current tax from 1892 Collected during the year 1894 Distribution March settlement 1894 June October Balance January 5,1895 %8& S FINANCIAL, STATEMENT OF MARSHALL COUNTY, MINNESOTA, from 30 18Q Becembe TIIE JIONORABLE UOA11D O COUXTY COMMIS- SIONERS O MARSHALL COUNTY, MINX: 7 GENTLEMEN ment dose statement n\V% sec. 12, Township 150, Range 48, containing 160 acres Amount of text books on hand Uncollected text books account 1 0 inol Assets over liabilities For state purposes For county purposes For town purposes For school purposes Total amount of taxes 3 and ending January 5, 1895. Auditor's Office, Marshall County, Minnesota, Feb. 8, 1896. date above mentioned. Respectfully, P. J. HOLAX, County Auditor. TRIAL BALANCE OF AUDITORS LEDGER, JAN\ 5, 189 Charged to county treasurer Itovttt* County revenue *W,M Interest on revenue orders ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 February 1895

fS* 1 f* JUSTICE COURT. JUSTICE FM. Robertson Justice leas state vs. O Beandry John .Shatter justice fees state TS. OeoBreneaux John fichaffer justice fees stats vs. Louis Riopelle John Hughs justice fees state vs. Louis Luther John Huehs Justice fees state vs. Louts Riopelle John Hughs Justice fees atate vs. John Vtgstol John Hughs justice fees state vs. A croiiaorowski JohalfUKhs Justice fees state vs. CkasHecton John HuRhs Justice tees state vs. Peter Peterson John Hughs justice fees state vs. A Itolmstrom -John Hughs justice fees state vs. O Mickelson Malfcerg Justice fees state vs. _"- Anderson SJ Sngetoretson justico fees state v.*. A Labree $7011 ft 90 80S 415 4 45 0 43 250 3 Id 70 360 2 75 3 0 John Sinclair sheriffs teea state vs. John Becton 92076 John Sinclair sheriff's fees state vs. LOUIB Riopelle 12 20 John Sinclair sheriff's fees state vs. Lufils Luther 6010 wm Stolta constable fees state r r*jJ,? H8 2 Wm 8tolt constable fefca state vs. Hans ffaasOh 10 02 Chas Morin on...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 February 1895

fiP Algot Rydberg, Nels Hanson, Erick 0 Fjeld,, J. T. Imsdnhl, Huns Peterson, 11. C. M. Nelson, Sam Sofcenson, Peter Blomsness, Aug. Kiebou, Olof UrakkeBlrnnd, E. E. Stromgren, N. Ham-berg, Charley Anderson, John Gratzek, James Laury, Geo. Benson, A. Borgquist, Nels Rude, F. A. Green, Alex Stewart, M. Amundson, C. E. Smith, Michael Peterson, Christ Rasmusson, fl try SheaP. J.F.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor/ Official Paper pf EUrshaH County. Thqredhy, February 21st, 1895. HE sultan of Turkey hat* issued a proclamation ordering the old crop of currants to be destroyed in order that better prices may be obtained for the new crop. How would ifc be for president Cleveland to make a similar proclamation as to wheat? BADL? SCORCHED "Was The County Jail, On ^Sunday after deputy sheriff Archie'Sinclair and the one prisoner in confinement, had returned from supper and were seated in thesheriff's office in the court housp, they, upon looking out of (he window beheld light in the insignificant...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 February 1895

ft. BBS Br*-* iJNels ^dftoran'd Proprietor?^ mP Hif|wm Cosntv. ^-.^yff W^ February 21st. 1895 THE sultan o! Turkey haf issued a ^proclamation ordering the old crop sflwl currants to be destroyed in order that better prices may be obtained for the new crop. How would it beance lor president Cleveland to make a simila^ proclamation as to wheat?, BADL SCORCHE ARTHUR D. WYANT, Foreman of the Grand Jury. We, the Grand Jury of the County of Marshall, hereby report that we have the 19th day of June, 1894, inquired into the condition and man agement of the county jail of said county, and find that the building used for a juil is a badly constructed building and unlit for the purpose for which* it is used. .*"--J Dated this 19th day of June 1894, tit th&ti}0 of Warren in said county. tvuxtAM S. a Was The County Jail. On ^Sunday after deputy sheriff Archie Sinclair and the one prisoner in confinement, had returned fiom supper and were seated in thesheriffs office ih^he court house, they, ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 28 February 1895

&&\ ir W DIED. -WW Home and County News Whitney leads in lov Drices. The city election will be held March 19th. I will sell one share In the stal lion Snaff." S.COOKE. A daughter was born in the fam ily of Peter Nyland, the carpenter, on Sunday. W. W. Hunter has rented his farm and will move into town with his family to live. Q. C. Magladry returned home Monday from work in alumbercamp on the Clearwater river. The Warren Camp of Modern Woodmen had a very pleasant so cial time at their hall last evening. Miss Annie Tornell gives lessons in' music. Those interested will please call at the residence of Rev. A. Tornell. Mr. and Mrs. J. P^asfon left on Tuesday for Owatonna, Minn., to attend the funeral of a sister of Mr.slush Easton. K. J. Tnralseth has been heard from at Nashville, Tenn. He wasyesterday. having a pleasant trip and reports having gained eight pounds since he left home. E. Olson, Lofberg and John N. Schjei, of Foldahl, Ohurley John son, of Farley, and N. M. Anders...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 28 February 1895

r?.' fm\ N fL &' S?, dX'nboT"^^ i%' v^* Interest on revenutoffe |^U.A uilin cwJ/' ou Assets over liabilities 8t Collected during the year 1894 Distribution March sefctlemeut 1894 June October Balance January^, 1895 Balance December 30,1893 Balance current tax from 1892 Collected during the year 1894 Distribution March settlement 1894. June October Balance January 5,1895 FINANCIAL STATEMENT MARSHALL COUNTY, MINNESOTA, from December 30,1893, and ending Jaiittafy 6, 18d5. me^the'^cLf^LT^?^* close 'of the 1^S? statement of all! ratfnb?3Vi i ii in pi__i____ Auditors Office, Marshall County, Minnesota, Feb. 6, 1895, TOTHEfHONoSlABLE BOARD OP COUNTY COMMIS- SIONERS OF MARSHALL COUNTY, MINX 0 orders State of Minnesota T'. 5 ttnd Vil Funds .School District Funds Tax collection Delinquent Tax collection Private redemption County, road and bridge Countybond State interest on school bonds Seed grain loan of 1893 Public land Town, city and village funds School district funds ASSETS: Taxes of...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 28 February 1895

*h fes^ 1 hrsRsataSasnesW JUSTICE COURT. Hiopelle i5 Vlgsto *$' John Sinclair sheriffs fees stat vs Jo hn Becton $20 75 Jo hn Sinclair sheriff's fees state vs Louis Hiopelle 12 20 John Sinclair sheriffs fees sta te vs Louis Luther C010 "in Stoltz constable fees state vs O Vlgstol 82 Stoltz constable fees state vs. Hnns Hanson 10 02 Chas Morin constable foes sta te vs Louis Skoffstart 4 00 Jo hn Sinclair sheriff's fees state vs. John Doe oo It Sorenson constable fees sta te vs Nels Anderson 2 75 John Sinclair sheriff's fees state vs ni Ozman 50 15 John Sinclair sheriff's fees state vs. Ozman, Olson Gillund 22 Wm Stoltz constable fees state vs. It Bukko Mf W II Di Jo hn iwt i raw ou i Geo Belrose interpreter's foe state vs ltlo IPIIO $3 20 And Bjork interpreter's fee state vs A Labrce 50 Btephe.i lodge hall rent foi jury 10 00 Burbankfor lecommittnl ofi n saaie, IVrgus I ulis $27 CO Thomas rraser rti-oininittnienf of Ann 1 Atnt'O'jon. Insane, at ltoihesttr 12 75 Ot to Stoltz conveying...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 28 February 1895

'J?/ |l 3 *A tWarreq SheaP J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. *P*f of Marshall County. ^_ Tjmraday, February 28th. 1SQK THE wagon loads of foreign goods that are being hauled from foreign steamships into our warehouses are small satisfaction to the man who walks the street and does not know where he will procure his next men], While he thinks regretfully of theGerman year 1892, when he never had an idle \MS day.American Economist. FREDERICK DouoLAss.the best and most prominent representative of the colored race in the United States, died Feb. 20, at his residence in a suburb of Washington. AH an ora tor and a diplomat he had won for himself both honor and distinction. He had served as presidential elector, U. S. marshal, minister to Hayti and held other important positions. Born a slave, ho managed to escape to the northern states, where eventu ally his freedom was procured for him, and became an earnest advocate of freedom for his race, He was an eloquent speaker, and we remember ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 28 February 1895

rsfc- Sa I 'M'^&. Sheaf. J.P.MATTSON, Editorand Proprietor. *w.. 0B *Mw it MartWII Ctsnty. yi^glThorday February flftt 1, IQK THE wagon loads ot foreign goods that are being hauled from foreign steamships into our warehouses are email satisfaction to the man who walks the street and does not know Where he will procure his next meal, while he thiriks regretfully of the yea? 1892, when he never had an idle day.American Economist. FREDERICK DouoLAsstthe best and most prominent representative of the colored race in the United States, die^Feb. 20, at his residence in a suburb of Washington. AH an ora tor and. a diplomat he had wpn for himself both honor and distinction. He bad served as presidentialelector, D. S. marshal, minister to Hayti and held other important positions. Born a slave, he managed to escape to the northern states, whereeventu ally his freedom wns procured for him, and becamean earnestadvocate of freedom for his race, He waa an eloquent speaker, and we remember well...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 7 March 1895

tfl- 1 ^mr*- jPviO* tfl -fit*? Volume V*v tp- 1 4L Home and County News Wbifcney leads in low Dricea. Winter still lingers in the lap of Bpnng.' -H.H. the city. Cavanagh, of Excel, is in Citizens caucus at Court House Hall tonight. Comoto the citizens'caucus called for to-night at Court House Hall. I will sell one share in the stal lion "Snag." s. COOKE. The weather has been rathel wintry since last issue of the SHEAF. Miss Florence Seeley has return from St.Faal where she has been going to school. -"A petition to vote on the license question was filed with the city re corder on Monday evening. Christ Dald, of Iowa, arrived Tuesday to look after the uffafrs of his deceaeed brother, Oscar/Dahl. Editor Carr of the Stephen iieader returned home yesterday from a months sojourn in .Nebraska. K. J. Tamlseth has been heard 4'rom at New Orleans where he was1895, taking in the great carnival Mnrdi Gras. Miss Annie Tornell gives lessons in music. Those interested will please call at the resid...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 7 March 1895

]4 Ions'. [inn1, HI* -*t i CV^jaK^-*,1!'^t:Wtt'i,i^ ilXi^^^.^^ Assets over liabilities Total value of all taxable property For state purposes For county purposes For town purposes For school purposes Total amount of taxes &~ Collected during? the year 1894 Balance December B0,1893 Balance current tax from 1892 Collected during the year 1894 Distribution March settlement 1894 June October '_ Balance January 5,1805$f*. FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF MARSHALL COUNTY, MINNESOTA, from December 30,1893, and ending January 5, 1806. -o- Auditor's Office, Marshall County, Minnesota, Feb. 6, 1896. O THE HONORABLE B0AIW O COUNTY !i. SIONERS O MARSHALL COUNT*'a, i COMllUB E rMINN: tion oi Ln^+S'^T ^ewtb. submit your Honorable Body estate- do! of fl^TlUl ni 5t'o1 S SSOT^LSS. 8 w^KJL l ei 06 1 datRe above mentioned. School District Funds Tax collection 3 elinquen Tax collection Private redemption ounty, road and bridge County bond Mate interest on school bonds Heed grain loan of 1893 ublic land Town,...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 7 March 1895

1 TWi Lang 1 if ihn'E Hanson t'Jti'iek Johnson inrlk Llden jouis Wegge fc'^tSyvertson & OJe Flnberg jK'tsp*r Anderson filex Tomson l, 1'VL T?r il, JUSTICE COURT, 4 \r If* 4 {0*3 JQBTIOK FBKS. I jp Robertson Justice teas state vs. 1 O Beaadry 7 5 aOhnShaffer Justice fees stnte vs. i Qo Ilreneaux 2 90 ohn Schaffer justice fees state s. Louis Kiopelle 8 05 |n Hughs justice fees state vs. Louis Luther 4 15 Jn Himhs Jnstico fees state vs. Louis Hiopelle 4 45 Jfin Hngh Justice fees state vs. John Vigstol 0 45 Ohn Hugh Justice fees state vs. A Oonsorowskl 2 CO ohn Hughs Justice fees state vs. flhas Hecton 3 15 'ohn Hughs Justice fees state vs. Peter Peterson 8 70 'nj^n Hughs justice feeB state vs. A*Holmstrom 43 5 |V.! Hugha Justice fees state vs. O Mickelson 8 50 'i Mulberg Justice tees state vs. *Xelv Anderson 2 75 Jngebretson Justice fees stnte vs. A Labree 3 no dtolte constable fees state O Vigstol 1182 I Stoltz constable fee* state |i Vs Hans Innson 10 02 Morln constable foes stat...

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