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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 27 August 1881

4 W. JLL oial: Yice President Arthur remained t bis home to-day and was vietted theie bv nnmer otir political friends. Among thoae Who called upon the vice president during the day were Gen. Grant, ex-Senator Conkling, who was ac companied by Senator Logan of Illinois, and many others. His house was almost full of visitors at one time. Last night there were present in the house with the vice president until a late hour, .Sen ator Jones of Nevada, Police Commis sioner French, George Bliss and some others. Mr. Conkling remained at the Fifth Avenue hotel His private secretary carried some messages to and from the vice president The scene at "Vice President Arthur's house to night is described by eye witnesses as some thing remarkable. It was at one time fairly crowded with visitors. Most of them seemed to be in an entirely oheerful frame of mind. It appeared more like a political reception than a company of citizens who were awaiting news of the president's condition. Laughter was audi...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 27 August 1881

r-tt'i^TTrKmrragia ,l fere/7 Sheaf. HAS. C. DROWN, IVri.irii:. Printed every Saturday at Wnrrei 1",'!. ^lU.-roil at the postoffice at "Warren as second class niiittcr. Local Brevities. Wheat $.1. Fi]' line of legal blanks for salo it this office. .'J. Well- is \v i\- on a week's visit. J. lioll.md of Grand Forks is in the vil Vi Nilsdii is able -to attend to business T.ivorui-an Cook is over head and heels in l-.i^iie.-A. Fred Hvseho, tip top barlier, is cm the way h'-ir to Toc-itc. '."v.'ir.l "MIMTHV Tins returned and is looking iv fi ::iui iii'.v.pv*. A hiirfyof the Di.Tilth and "W-hwipeg iur vr' ii's nve in town. \:c rvii Ei'otw-v.s AVUI. cui-li v.licjitt checks of ic't-h:Tds iV.'ii'f!iois(.'. Wht-.il i'iw)iK ,-ihi rUty Jolhir a bushel and i)w (armors ant h-.tppy.. AT. Ncf.-'.f-n's nu'J. stacks-are a thjng f bfau t.v aad gratifying to the owner. MVn-k &tev#n, \v,Tl Mitj ilirt highest cash price good, si,?i.-.r?, baTdi-htw-ed JmXter. V'hi'rc wi'tf i.c i:!i vit. (mi:tic-en- thy...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 3 September 1881

i VOL, 1. NO. 40, WHramcKtA.? WAREEN SHEAF, PHBLIIHID EVBRY eATUBDAY. HAS C. BROWN Proprietor. Two Dollars a YearIn Advance. ADVEUTISING KATIS: Stace lw. 2w. lm. ^ainch 1 inch 2 inches... inches... 4 inches... 4 column.. Vi column.. 1 column.. 3 m. 6 m. $ .50 .75 1.50 1.75 2.50 S.50 6.00 10.on lyr. 11.00 1.25 2.25 2.75 4 00 4.50 8.00 15.00 $1.50 2.00 3.60 4.75 6.50 7.25 15.00 25.00 $3.00 4.60 7.00 10.00 12.00 18.00 28.00 40.00 $4.50 6.00 10.00 15.00 19.00 28.00 42,00 70.00 $6.CO 10.00 16.00 22.00 30.00 40.00 60.CO 100.CO Legal notices at legal rate*. Transient ad vertising, CASH other advertising to be paid monthly. Local notices ten cents per line first Time subsequent insertions live cents a line each week. No reduction in rates. MEMBER OF CONGRESS. W. D. Washburn, Minneapolis DISTRICT COtJRT. [District Judge, O, P. Stearns, Duluth, Clerk, J, Nelson STATB 5BWATQR, Andrew McCrea, Ftrhara, KBPRBSatfTATJVES, 8. G. Comstock,^ Moorhead, Jiarnerd Sampson, Crookston, COUXTT OFFICERS, pro...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 3 September 1881

WARREN SHEAR OHAS. 0. BBOWN, Proprietor.' WAKKEN, MINNESOTA. CURRENT NEWS. RAILROADS. An embankment at Byam'a cat, near Foun tain, on the southern Minnesota railway, gave way on Saturday hurrying four men. Three were extricated without much injury. The fourth, Chris Olsen was dead when taken out. He leaves a wife and several children. During the past year about 360 miles of new Northern Pacific road have been finished, and it is expected that, by the close of 188 1 the company will have 1,400 miles of completed road. The earnings, as reported on 754 miles of main lines, are nearly sufficient to pay the interest on the cost of 1,500 miles. WEEKLY RECORD OP CRIMES. B. Delanka, civil engineer, committed suicide near Omaha. Frederick H. Brown a prominent young man of 0c( nemowoc, Wis^, conftnitted suicide. Three circus men hove been arrested at Harrisburg, Pa., on the charge of shooting a man named Morrn at a dance, in Pittston} on July 16th, while on the way to the cars. P. H. Phyfer, ...

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

_. Robt Irwin I.H Morrison 4 Douahower&Edgerton 1 Amanda M. Hannahs .13 Wm. 0 Egleston 2 Jos. Blackstone 1 Isaac Bernlieimer 5 J 13 Manning 2 W. H. Alexander 2 Jacob A. Hfnry 1 Beii3annn Pnngle 6 Nnth. Pope Cousin.... 1 F.J. Mallory 2 Lewis A Stiinson 1 Fh'at Nat. B'k of Bath 2 Jane L. Frink, adiuin'x 2 Wm A Butler 10 Robt Sullivan 2 F. James &C 1 Robt. M. Connor, ad'r 5 Wm. G. Sanda 2 Luther Williams. 2 Dan. T. Watson.... 2 A. Bolker i Thos. Melville 12 Geo. Burden 6 Wm. Constans H. W. Harwood 2 Clarlnda Miller 1 Maurice Brown 4 Baltzer A Liechtenstein 22 John F. Hann 3 Robt H. Weems 2 John B. Sehaffer 3 S. W. Johnson 2 Robt L. Maseoneau.... 1 Lucinda 8. Horton 1 John M.Emerson.... 1 E. Goddard 1 R. B. Mason 4 W? Iter Gebhart. exec'r 7|Wm. W. Le 1 Nathan Corwith 10 Henry Corwith 13 H. Arney Co. 10 .ind Willi us 6 Oeuichs & Co. 1 Feidinand Wilhus 2 H. Allen i John W North 1 Rutse!1 Stephen A. Dodge Joshua Hendricks 2 Chas. M. Fry, trustee .17 E. H.Loyhed 1 Samuel Magiil ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 3 September 1881

Warren Sheaf. CRAS. C. BROWN, PUBMSHEK. Printed every Saturday at Warren, Minn. Jlntered at ifce posioffice at Warren as second class, matter. Local Brevities. Wheat $1.03. Unusually moist this week. Read Nelson's new insurance sign. A speeial train went nor$i this morning. Some good work is being done on the staeets. Gilbert's new warehouse has re ceived a nice coat of paint. Frank Murray and Gene, Dady will accept our thanks for* some {hie prairie chicken repasts, P. M. Houpel gladdened the eyes (and stomach) of the, printer with a big water melon. Three cars of wheat fpuw.aided and. three more in stock is the le port from Col. Allen's warehouse. One dollar and three cents, a bush el brings the grain in, and Lew Weber and George Ho|Iy aye, work ing up niusclea like o:s en, The Warren history \$ consider ably condensed this week, and '0 are the local items,, but we wil| try to fill up in larger form next week. R, C. Snyder has a new and choice stock of fixins fo:p his wagon shop. C...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 10 September 1881

ii| ^""wi l^igyi W tv WARREN SHEAF, rUBLIfHKD XVBRY iATtrRDAT. fSTUXH. C. BBOWN, Proprieto Two Dollars a YearIn Advance. ADVEHTI3INO KATSS Fpace. lw. 2 W. In. -'a inch.... 1 inch.... 2 inches,. inches.. it inches.. *4 column. column. 1 column. 3 m. $ .50 .75 1.50 1.76 2.50 3.50 6.00 10.00 m. lyr. 91.00 i:25 2.25 2.75 4 00 4.60 8.00 15.00 (1.50 2.00 3.50 4.75 6.50 7.25 15.00 25.00 J3.00 4:S0 7:00 10.00 12.00 18.00 28.00 40.00, 14.50 6.00 10.00 15.00 1.WJ 28.00 42.00 70.00 16.00 10.00 16.00 22.00 30.00 40.00 60.00 100.00 Legal notices at legal rates. Transient ad vertising, CASH other advertising to be paid inoit Lhly. Lpcal notices ten cents per line first time subsequent insertions live cents a line $*a\\ wejk. ty} red^ctiqn in feates. JCSMBait p/'CON^RB^S- }Y. I). Wasftpttrn, iipneapfl}js r*BjPT PPUHT. Dintiipt ^udgej P. P.' Stearns, Duluth. JJlerk, J. P. Nelson. BTATp SJHgT4W*- Anilre^r ^Cprea, RBPKHBBJJTATIVJIR. 8. (1. Coniatqck, Earrierd Sampson, j- ,CQBTTT JDFFICBRS. Probate Ju...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 10 September 1881

WAETtEN SHEAP. CHAS. 0. BBOWN, Proprietor. WARREN, MINNESOTA. ON the last [day of August, in Chicago wheat for September delivery closed at 1.21 5-8, declining from 1.301-2 during the week. GTJITTEAU wants to be married to a Chris tian lady of wealth and of first-class family. If he believed such a woman, or any other, would marry him, it would be evidence of insanity. SECRETARY BLAINE is much praised at home and abroad for telling the truth in re gard to the president's condition, and in language that would be understood by the masses of people who are not up in medical signs and technicalities. THE south this year has enjoyed a re markable exemption from yellow fever and other diseases incident to the season, and the National Board of Health have suspend ed further inspections. Improvement of sewers and other sanitary measures have had a good deal of influence in producing & healthful condition of the atmosphere. THE drouth extends over Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, Fensy...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 10 September 1881

iikj L, that the stock operations in which he in dulges have been far from remunerative, fact they have brought him sad losses. Some day when all his money is gone he will be heard to say: "This is hell I have been wrong all along." Queer Verdicts. How may one explain the odd verdicts that axe rendered? Often the sum found seem inexplieible. Lately, a Patterson jury, in an aggravated breach of promise case, found for the lady"damageB, $8,337" and inquiry arose, naturally enough, "Whence the $7? Are a jury's scales for weighing wounded affections so delicate as that!" One who has become conversant with the interior nfethods of the jury-roem will say that the sum may be not a precise valuation in which each juror concurred, but an aver age of twelve various estimates. Probably the jury first voted on the general question, "For plaintiff or defendent?" Finding all were in favor of some damages to the plain tiff, they reached an amount by each man writing a sum on a slip of paper, casti...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 10 September 1881

W.ood Pump OBESCSGSMUX Warren Sheaf. CHAS. C. BROWN. Yviu I^EK. Priut deverv Saturday at Warren, Mi:,ii. Entered it the postoftico at Warren as second class matter. Local Brevities. Wheat $1.03.. Full line of sale atfcliisoffice. Money t Lop. On improved, farms. Long time Itnd at reasonable rates. C. 5IE.NXZBE, Wait Sle% ih\9 friiaacU-ed ad sixty, acres, of idioice farming- land, well improved, &'.(.l \vra.ter-, with Porcelain- -18 ed Iron Cylin-JP*" der, Tubin&sf Aqueduct Pipe? from \Y% to 5in.? bore.Shatswell's' Patent Door and Window Screen, the Boss Sickle Grinder, etc. Sold by the trade generally throughout the -^^BB.^ country. Send for Illustrated Catalogue. Light Castings Made to Order. U. I5. legal blanks for Nice bolted corn meal $2.50 per lOOlbs. at McCrea Bros. A choice lot of boots and shoes just received at McCrea Bros. Fouiri).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 proper...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 17 September 1881

VOL. 1. NO. 42, WARREN SHEAF, PUBLISHED BVHRY iATURDAY. ,J!HAS. BROWN, Proprietor. Two Dollars a YarIn Advance. ADVERTISING RAMS SlA'tce. 1. 2w. lm. vim-h inch 3 ID. $ .50 .78 1.80 1.75 2.80 3.80 COO 6 m. 11.09 1.25 3.25 2.75 400 4.50 1.00 lyr. $1.50 2.00 3.60 4.76 il inches... inches... i inches... *4 column.. column.. 1 column.. |3.00 4.60 7.00 10.00 $4.50 6.00 lo oo 15:00 19.00 28.00 42.00 $6.00 10:00 16.00 22.00 30.00 40.00 60.0ft 100.00 8.50 12.00 7.26 16.00 26.00 18.00 28.00 10.00 15.00- 40.00 70.00 Legal notices at legal rates. Transient ad vertising, CASp other advertising to b* paid monthly.' Local notices ten cents per line first Time subsequent insertions f}ve cents a line ji)h yqsk. No radnctign in rates. IfSUBBR 7j fJO^BBSi. ff. "0. Washburn, Minnfiapfllis PlfTRipT OOJIRT. pistrict Judge, Q. $. Siaarns, Duluth. .OleHc, J.F.Nelson. 5TATS BByATPR. Andrew MeCrea, Parhain* RBirRSyTATiyBS S. G.-Cpmetock, Xfp.flrnead. parnerd Sampson, proo^ton. COUNTY ^xwi&wL -Probate Jud...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 17 September 1881

WARREN SHEAF. CHAS. C. BROWN, Proprietor. WAEBEN, MINNESOTA. MISS KELLOWGIN ST. PETERSBURG. The Everlasting Dread of the Nihilists In trudes Behind the Scones at the Opera. Brunswick's Letter in Boston Saturday Gazette. Since she. went to Europe this last time Miss Kellogg has had a great many inter esting experiences. She has smut in Lon don, Vienna and St. Peterbure, and she has listened to others sing in the fameuf capitals of Europe. She has compared notes with Nilsson and Patti, and profited by all that she has seen and heard. Hex Bussian exoeriences were the most enter taining. She was in St. Petersburg a month before the czar was murdered. She only had one glimpse of his Imperial Majesty during her visit, and that came near sending her to Siberia. While waiting to see him come out of his palace she left her carriage and walked up and down to keep waim. In stantly a guard seized her and refused to allow her to go back. She remonstrated in English, French and Italian, but he wa...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 17 September 1881

:4' The White House Mail. A "Washington dispatch says: About one hundred lettens a day are received at the White House, addressed either to Mrs. or Mr. Garfield. During the earlier stages of the president's illness the letters were mostly to him. Now they are generally addressed to Mrs. Garfield, and express the writers' sympathy with her. Most of them bear evidence of being written by persons of inferior attainments,.but at the same time they testify to the genuine senti ment of the people in tneir distres s. O course these letters are opened by Private Secretary Brown or his assistants. O late the letters have been of An advisory kind. Very frequently they reccommend the dis missal of the present corps of physicians and the adoption of a treatment favored by the writer. Many of them urge a trial of homcepathyother advise the trial of mag netic influences as produced by the laying oa. of hands. Some persons send charms others profess to have dreams about the president, and tell exa...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 17 September 1881

Wa/rm 5A^a/ CHA8. C, BROWN, ^anajytosVoa*. On improved farms. Loftg time tad at reasonable rates. H (A MiarHWB, One hundred and sixty aeres of choice farming land, wellimp^ved, good water, good house, situated ahowt three miles from town, Ap ply to or address Sheaf Office. The Republicans of the township of War renton are requested to meet in caucus, at J. P. Nelson*B office in the village of Warren on Wednesday, September 31,1881, at 7 o'clock m,, for the purpose of electing four dele gates to the county convention to be held in Warren, September 24,1881, and the transac tion of such other buainess aa may properly come before said meeting. By Ordejtof the RETTTBUOAN COM-MITTBE, Republican County Convention. The republicans of Marshall county are here by notified that a delegate convention will be held at tbe county otOee tn the village of War ren on 8aturday, Bejit. 34, at 1 o'clock p. for the purpose of electing one delegate to at tend the republican state convention to be held St...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 September 1881

VOL, 1. NO. 43. WAKREN SHEAF, PUBLISHED ITBBT SATURDAY, 4: MAS. C. BBOWH, Proprietor. Two Dollars TearIn Advance. ADYHRTI9IMG BATKS: Space. lw. 2w. 1H. 'inch..... 1 inch 2 irltos... inches... 4 inches... *4 CfiJu-uwa.. column.. 1 column.. 8t. Vincent) *Emerson, Dominion City, Arnaud, Dufrost, Otterburne Nivervills, St. Norbert| St. Boniface Jttte. V.- .ii xc 3 m. On. Xyr. $ .so 11.001.W .75 1.25 l.MJ \M 1.751 iM 2.80 4 00 9.80 4.80 .00 S.OO 10.00) 15.00 |3,00 4.S0 7.00 10.00 12.00 18.00 28.00 40.00 $4.W 6.00 10.00 10.00 19.00 28.00 42.00 TO.00 MM lO.Ot i. 29.0C 30.0C 40.0C SO.ttl 100.0c 9.00 t.60 4,7* .M T.M M.00 25.00] LeRnl notices at l*al rate*. Transient ad. vrtisinjj, CASH other advertising to be paid monthly. Local notices ten cents per line first lime subsequent insertions flTe cents a line i-ich week, No reduction in rates. MEMJlt Or OOXORB88. W. P. Wushburu, Minneapolis DWIMaT COPKT. district Judge, O. P. Stearns, Dulutli. Clerk, J. p. Nelson. fTATI SBNATOlt. Andrew McCrea,...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 September 1881

iaWHMnHia WARREN SHEAF. CHA8. 0. BROWN, Proprietor, WARREN, MINNESOTA. The last Faint Spark of President Garfield's Life Goes Out Forever. He Passes Away in an Unconscious' State With His Devoted, Wife Beside Aim.. The President Unconscious at Time of DeathEmbolism of the Hearty the Immediate Caused? Indescribable Scenes at The, Branch on the Announcement of the Sad News. THE END. M'YBAOH'S DREAD ANNOUNqEMENT.HH ELBERON, N. J., Sept 19, 11:20 p. m.At torney General McVeagh aat came to the El beron hotel from Franklyn cottage and made the following statement "I sent my dispatch to Mr. Lowell at 10 p. m. Shortly before that Dr. Bliss had seen the president and found his pulse at 106 beats per minute and all conditions promising a quiet night. The doctor asked president if he was feeling uncomfortable in any way. {The president answered, "Not at all," and shortly afterwards went to sleep and Dr. Bliss re turned to his room across the hall from that occupied by the president. Col onels ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 September 1881

I1 r-x 1 llj,lir,. ,i ^.iito.,^,,^!^^^. fiyi* wy ir-'f a dozen or more af the ancient earthenware lp no longer used except upon occasions similar tu .he present. Or the pipes I secured two, and of Hi*) stone war hatchets (or adzes) one, giving the prices they asked. I tried to buy others, but in effectually, and, fearinsr they might revoko their bargain, I hurried into the open air to deposit iny HCQUisitious in a place of safety. Besides the above, I obtained a particularly flue mortar and pestle, several stone hammers of average worth, and a few specimens of pottery, basket-work, and one or two of the images or sods used in their festivals and dances. Poor food-a man, or anyhow a soldier, ought to be able to stand for a white b&J thesights and stenches of the crowded estufa, at.the snake dance yesterday beat anything I have evejjhad to endure, or would endure again. I thought, at first, I should turn sick as my comrades ascended the ladder and left me there, but I gritted my t...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 September 1881

Warren Sheaf. CRAS. BSOWN, !few Wagons, Sleighs and Cutters MADE TO OrlBEK. Jobber and Repairer! 6OR'FBAMKS AND WINDOW SASH FOR SALS. Nock Yokes and whiffietrees Ironed Ready for Use. A. nything wanted in wood done on Short Notice. wheel-bn.Tows For Sale. Champion Windmill Powerl PERFECTL SELF^UUXQA! Tho Cheapest and most Effective power in the world for Pumping water for stock, Irrigating purposes, supply inz houses and fountains with pure, fresh water, etc. All of our Miii3 are fully warranted, and are equal to any mill in tha market in ail respects, and superior in Tory many. With, our prlnt~ cd instrueUans.&ny one can set them up. We are also Manufacturers of tho Origin al and only Genuine BMCAJR Wood Pump with Porcelain- d Iron Cyiin- & der, Tnbing," Aqueduct Pipol.^ from 1H to6fn.|$ toore,Sh atsweU'sS* Patent Door audi Window Scroan,| the Bos3 Sicklej Grinder, etc. Sold by the* trade generally* tlironn-hout the oouauy. Sena for Illustrated CataloguST Light Castings Mad...

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 October 1881

VOL. 1. SO. 44. Mna&sM^aaoa WARDEN SHEAF, PUBLISH I STBRT SATURDAY. A. IIAH. C. BIOWN, Proprietor, Two Dollars a YearIB Advance, ADVRT1BING KATKS! fipnok Iff. 2w. lm. 15.00 26.00 40.00 BTATIO.V*. ftT-"J.i.-,,, ,S-T.^ 3 m. Cm. .oo 11.00 1.95 J.2R lyr. $1.60 1.00 S.BO 4.75 .SO 7.25 IS.00 1 inch iuckas... :i inches... 4 inches... column.. It. column.. 1 column.. 13.00 4.60 T.00 10.00 12.00 18.00 28.00 1.60 1.75 *.M S.50 .(Ml 10.00 $-4.50 6.00 10.00 1S.00 19,00 28.00 42.00 (6.C0 10.G0 99.00 90,00 40.00 M.CO 400 4.BO .00 T0.00 100.00 Legal noticA at legal rates. Transient ad vertising, CASH other advertising to be paid monthly, LocaJ notices ten cents per line first ifim) subsequent insertions Are cen):s a tin* viui^ .\rjeelc. No reduction in rates, MSMBBR O* OQMORgSS, 1$, WasUbprn/ Minneapolis DISTRICT COURT. I^Sjtrict Judge, 0 P. Stearns, Duluth, .Cjjyjr'U, J, P. Nelson, TATJB SWAT0X, Jmivpw HuCi-ea, Perham. REPRF8BWTATITBS, Comstpek, Moorhead, /^nerd Sampson, brooks Jon, popNTT OF...

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 October 1881

WARREN SHEAF. OHA& O. BBOWN, Proprietor. WARREN, MINNESOTA. Personal Gossip. General George Crooke, who in 1871 thrashed the Apaehes, predicts a long and serious struggle with those hostiles during the next year or so. The Calumet club of Chicago, is going to build a $200,000 club house, and Boston money lenders are buying tickets for the Garden city. Bishop Riley of the Protestant Episco pal mission in Mexico has expended $70,- 000 of his own money in promoting the ob jects of the mission. At a recent wedding in Ottawa, Canada, both bridegroom and bride received checks for $10,000 from their respective fathers, and the fathers united in purchasing a nd furnishing a house for the young couple. Jesse Wartmann, deputy collector of customs at Cincinnati, has been suspended from'office on account of alleged deficit in the government funds in his control of from $8,500 to $10,000. Mr. William Vanderbilt has added $500 to the building fund of the railroad Young Men's Association of Tr...

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