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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 September 1895

Volume i! Hom and Count New Whitney leads in Ion- Dri.ro. John M. Halvorsen visited in Grand Forks last Saturday audSun day. W. N. Box has finished threshing and says that his wheat averaged H7 biisllels art acre: Thomas topper was down from Augsburg Friday shaking hands with his Warren friends. Edward DaJqnist loft for Minne apolis last evening to continue his ^'studies at the Minneapolis School'-of Fine Arts. Albert Griffiths shot a hig black bear 12 miles south east of Warren on Saturday last. The gun was load ed with duck shot. Thenew elevator of P. Illoms \ness is now ready for tnkingingrain. i*V It capneity is over 20,000 busliHs, trf^nnd it will help out considerably in handling this crop. 1). Fan ell hns moved his jewelry '^business from the Wehiudcr building to the Bennewitz store building on the east side, where he will be pleased to meet his friends and customers. At the present rate of furnish ing ears it will take the Great North ern two or three years to haul the I whe...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 September 1895

pi 3M 4 4 ri "i it F3&vnsi JOHN P. MATTSOIT, Editor and Prop. WARREN. *7~- MINN TEXAS has fifteen counties without a single post office, and sixty-four coun ties without a newspaper. MASSACHUSETTS-' believes in having things "handy. There is but one settle* nient of any size that is located more than a dozen miles from a railroad. HE American Machinist asks: "Why does a bicyole stand up?" A good many fellows wearing sticking plaster will ask: "Why doesn't the blame thing stand up?" A MiWH-CTJ'Frrae'inaohine is quite an autoanftis c^rfbsTtyY" I cuts 10,000,000 a day and then arranges them over a vat, where the heads are put on at a surprising rate,of speed. RUSSIAN journals are still mourning for the late czar. They will continue to surr^&jiai theW^i*ont page with a border of black until a year has elapsed from the date of his death. TnE story that an Ohio v. oraan who had been $^chlebs for six years was cured by hypnotism is highly improb able. Who can believe that any woman...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 September 1895

4 *l A MILD SUGGESTION. Wa 8 dy fc !i r0,n haf fl "Lan n,, Until there eame to Jerome a bright And rare idea that convulsed his brain, And he oried, in wonder and delight Let us have one of our own, Miss Jane!" C H. Thayer, in Good Housekeeping THE FOUKTEENTH GUEST I S Ure but SlOW, waited so long In vain T!! 0 ok one For a ohanoe to answeera yes" or .no/' Her patiencTeshe scarce could restraia lrne Mte Ja ovllen concern. wlt o? q, I. Irea O yes, she said, in them blithest way, ""fenodiflfcmu thing to learn loa 9 of cake!" 8e w^ JJ ?if. oul 1 (Discretion such themes will The kltd shae 44*C\*' said, "I prefe.r to make din oake Mis Jane. Has fruitliuside and is loed on top." a la a wt*n Placid smile, 0 averr That is just the kind I mean." And then Unbroken silence prevailed awhile. E. BANKS My dance, I believe, Miss WaddJng- ton. Do you care to Ss Miss Katie Wad dington, her pretty roguish face flushed with indignationI'm aston ished that you venture to speak to me you know I couldn'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. — 12 September 1895

KR Warren/SheaP. J.P.MATTSON, $5.00 .00 $150 $2.50 $2.25 ForMen H. ti Ml 4 Editor and Proprietor. PRICE. %\M PER YEAR IN ADVANCE, Offleul Papr Marshall County. g? advertisements at legal rates. Thursday, September 12,1885. G. S. WATTAM B. A. M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Orrici.Next tlooreaat of Bank. I, J. Me GILL AN, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Seeoad door east of J. A.Noye' Harneaa Shopupstairs. Warren, Minn* C. 8. HULL, JUDGE OF PROBATE. Contests, Final Proofn and U. S. Land Office bus iness given prompt atten tion. WARREN. MfNN. gamuel Cooke, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ffla oaj i *mb of le. UVJ GrocoryStore. Warren, Minn. A, GBINDE1A1YD, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. WARREN, MINN. Established 1882. P. PETERSON, *-MerchantTailor WARREN, MINN lllllllliiiiiijiniiiii. OPiixe Sviit 2^ad.e to Ord.er a. Sliort Notice, Wm. J. Brown, Attorney-At-Law. 4HT Oftlceoue door west of SHEAF office, Warren Mi nn Windsor Hotel WARREN, MINK. We are again in the Windsor. Newly Fitted, and iF-amislieci. We want the commer...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 19 September 1895

ft Volume I ~"r i W ti ',vh fti ^BRJBRtotMMhen Hom and Count New Whitney leads in low ori.jas. -*AMention is called to K. otaetl^s rtew ail thiB week. TT. Herreid, of Deoornh, Iowa, who is interested in farming near Stephen, is in the city. Uert Mack, of Wnnger, is work ing at his trade agnin in the harness shop of Carl Svenning. Senator J. Q. Cronkhitu was a passenger on Monday's train, return ing home from the State Fair. A young man by th* name of Martin Anderson was shot and killed at Stephen last week by the acciden tal discharge of a rifle. Rev. P. A. T)hnner, a rrinister of the Swedish Miss-ion Friends, has located in town of New Folden, and will have charge of several congrega tions in surrounding towns. James Rafferty threshed on the Woodward Farm with Buffalo Pitts Separator and Dorton Self-feeder, 3,03-t bushels ol wheat from G:30 a. m., to 6:45 p. m.f September 11th. Argyle is to have anew hotel, size 50x72, to cost $8,000, and Mr. F. D. Keye is the man whose enter prise...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 19 September 1895

I Hpm&M<* A5 "23arreiY ^SKca JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Prop. ^ARREN. I **INN. VAA***4.^^.a.**AAJtAAAJLJ,.J^ O MEMBER1895. M,Tin, 3 15 22 29 16 23 30 ra 9 6 13 24 14 21 28 is 25 26 27 *t* *TTYTrTTTTTTT^+TTTHrrTV*CA THE statement that Mrs. Lanjytry and Mrs. Uurhett have both decided to quit supporting1 their husbands gives rise to the fear that it may bo a rough winter on then DID you ever stop to think that the reason it is almost impossible to coa vict a rich man of crime in tlm conn try may be because by the time his lawyers get tMhouVh1 'with' him there isn't any rich man to convict? PERHAPS it may have been forgotten that during1 the four years of the civil war there were 107 pitched oattles, 102 combats involving" the presence of a numb er of regiments on each side, and 302 skirmishes, sieges and other actions. .".a TnK prefix of "madman" as a title of respect to gentlewomen came into use in Engla nd during the reign of Charles II. and was doubtless of French origin is ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 19 September 1895

6UNSET. Down by the shore the southwest bore $he soent of hay. an atry loud As if at fault It seamed to halt, Then, sottly whimpering-, took the road, To haunt the everting like a ghost, Or some belated pilgrim lost. High overhead the swift olouds sped Beside the moon they furled their sails Soon in the slities their merchandise Of vapor, built in toppling bales, Fulfilled a visionary pior That spanned the eastern atmosphere. Low In the west the sun ddres Els courtship to the dark-browed night While lmugos of molten softs, Of showv slope and crimson height, Of valleys dim and gulfs profound, Aloft a dazzling pageant wound Where shndow fell In glnde and dell, Uncovered shoulder* nestled deep, And here and thtro the braided hair Of rosy eodiessrs asleep. Foi in a moment olouds m^y be Dead, and instinct with deity 4ohn Uu\ ldson, in Saturday Koview. 3 "LOYALTY!" BY WILLIIS MUDFOBD. "And Evangeline, knoolinj? beside him KUsed his dying lips, and laid his head on)her bosom "How is he to-...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 19 September 1895

mm if Warren A "Ol -*fli# :-fiheaP. J.P.MATTSOX, Editor and Proprietor. PftlOB, |1.SO TER YEAR ADVANCE. "ocal Paper a! Marshall County. idverti&ements at legal rata* Thursday, September 10,1895. G. S. WATTAM B, A. M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. OFFI CE :Nextdooreast of Bank. I. J. Jlfo GILL AJV, M. D. ^Physician and Surgeon. Second door east of J. A.Noye's Harne ss Shopupstairs. Warren, Mine. C. S, HULL, JUDGE OF PROBATE. Contests, Final Proofs and U. S. Land Office bus iness given prompt atten tion. WARREN. MINN. Cjamuel Cooke, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ffljj oj dojr cunt or jlco ub'a Qrocory Store. Warren, Minn. ATTORKEY-AT-LAW. WARREN, WARREN, MINN. Established 1882. P. PETERSON, Merchant Tailor M|NN jrineS-viits^wdZacie to OrdLeta: oa.S2iort Wm. J. Brown, Attorney-At-Law. Mf Office one door west of SH EA office..* Warren, Minn. indaor Hotel WARREN, M/N1\. We are again in the Windsor. IfcTe^KrJy Fitted, and. Fra-mislied.. We want the commercial trade and will do our utmost to merit it. ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 26 September 1895

&# rv JK 4* SH va 1 far Volume XY. r- Home and County News WT^-r- Whitney leads in low orL-es. V3^T. ttl vs Earle left Tuesday on a visit to Michigan. Walter Winchester returned to Oberlin College last week to contin ue his studies. Charley Peterson, of Great Falls. Mont., is here on a visit with rela tives and friends. r- Miss Anna Mattson, of Minne apolis, arrived Monday to visit the family of her brother, J. P. Mattson. C. S. Hull, Dan Bernard and Bert Slee returned Tuesday from a goose hunt in the vicinity of Twiu Lake. The boiler and fixtures for the steam heating plant have arrived and are being put in place in the new school building. Editor Wore of th Thief River Falls Press transacted business at Warren last Monday. The SHEAF acknowledges a frnternni call. Emanuel Holm was here from Roseau last Friday and reported the future of Roseau decidedly rosy now that the electric lights have com menced to shine. Spn.ulding & Hunter are buying wheat at the Spauhling elevator ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 26 September 1895

Ulli' *4 ik ^9Savvcnc ^&heaj WARREN, ^f JO HN P. MATTSO N, Editor and Propt MINN. THE New York post office has found a horizontal stamp which marks the date and hour of arrival of letters, and does it legibly. i in A FRENCH doctor has recommended rockinjf chairs for people with weak stomachs** He says that the oscillation has a good effect upon the "gastro-in testinal peristalsis JAPAN is rapidly increasing her im portations of American cotton and kerosene. ^us our petroleum is be- coiuing|}^|ie Jfolit of Asia," and both Americu rfntf the orient are benefited THERE seems to be something wrong in the decision of the court in the cube of the Brooklyn young man who kissed several girls against their will. It was the young man who was adjudged in Bane. A SKAWKED of the South Pacific often grows to be 30 or 40 inches in diam eter, and 1,500 to 2,000 feet in length It has no cfifeLin the proper sense, the nourishmentuelng absorbed from the water. SINCE the beginning of thiscentmy no f...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 26 September 1895

ST't i*\. tV "V I* & J*v *1 J'BHE KISSED HER FINGER TIPS. jJ She kissed her finger tips to me W't% A sudden splendor lit the skies, caught a glimpse of Paradise That filled my soul with eostasy. She kissed her finger tips to me 'Twas winter weather, yet, 1 swear The scent of woodbine filled the air, And choiring birds piped merrily. A /y'. She kissed her finger tips to me The yjBars rolled baok. the world was young, I heard the song the sirens sung In wave-washed islands of the sea. She kissed her finger tips to me 4 The halcyon days returned again, And, lo, this weary world of men The land of fairies seemed to be. jf "*4 She kissed her finger tips to me lZ "**i i Ahl lorgot thut Ufa had stern. '_ 1 Relentless tasks for me to learn, For lqye made earth an Aroady Susie M! Best, in Philadelphia Ledger. THE SENTEY'S SHOT. BY AMBROSE FIERCE. One sunny afternoon in the autumn of the year 1861 a soldier lay in a clump of laurel by the side of a road In weste on Virginia. lay at full l...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 26 September 1895

i#y I .-!.-H.' Warreng She a j^iJ.P.MATTSON. *Jr Editor and Proprietor. PRICE. 1.5 PER YEAIl IN ADVANCK. Official Paper of Marshall County. I^a/ advertisements at legal rates. Thursday, September 25,1895.- G. S. WATTA BJUU). PHYSICIAN and SD11GEUN. QgyicatNeitdooreastofBank. J. McGlLLAJY, M. Physician and Surgeon. Second door east of J. A.Noye's Harness Shopupstairs. Warren, Minn. S. HULL, JUDGE OF PROBATE. Contests, Final Proofs and U. S. Land Office bus iness given prompt atten* tion. WARREN. "MNN! Samuel Cooke, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ffl -i 04 ,1Jtf oa.fc 0f PeTHEdtf. HoL-o nb's Grocery Store,facilities Warren, Minn. A. Gf*JNDlA$J3, ATTOKHEY-AT-IAW. "WARREN, MINN. Established 1SS P. PETERSON, Merchant Tailor WARREN, M|NN Fine S-uits ZMIaa.e to Ord.er oaSHort Notice, Wm. J. Brown, Attorney-At-Law. XT Office one door west of SHISA oftiee.^g Warren, Minn. Windsor Hotel WARREN, MINh. We are again in the Windsor. tto-wly fitted, and. P^ULrrLislied.. We want the commercial trade anil will do...

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 October 1895

Vi?|ft IflVfc i .yte xt^^^fivening I |g r-sr ?r Volume XV. Hom and Count News Whitney leads in low ortees/ "VV* *-lV8trof the week. &J G. A. Aubol went to Orookston last evening. Harold Royem hustling collec tions for A. Grindeland. J. C. Bennewit came down from Argyle Tuesday evening. Wood is erecting amain addition to his residence. Service in the Norwegian church next Sunday evening. M. E. Getzendonner, of Polo, .111., arrived yesterday. Rev. C. I). Darling went to Min neapolia Monday and will be back Saturday. Another soaking rain on Friday stopped threshing for the KBOHN,-TO Mr. and Mrs, Peter Ei 4ckaou, a girl.To Mr. and Mrs. Xouis Larson, a boy. R. Sykes, of Manchester, En gland, arrived here yesterday on I colonization purposes. Thomas Topper, of Augsburg, has arrived in the "city and will so journ here during the winter. Mrs. B. S. Chapin and children returned on Friday from Michigan where they have been on a prolonged visit. Peter Brown has taken charge of the Minnesot...

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 October 1895

5* iil 1, 1 K-fc ATLANTA, Ga., is the only city in the United States that has a house con structed wholly of paper from founda tion to chimney. 4 THK Fighting- Cocks, an inn at St Alban's, Hertfordshire, lays claim to. toeing the oldest inhabited house in England. It is known to be more than 1,135 years old THE trustees of Flushing, I or dained that bicycle riders should use larger bells hereafter, and now the bi cycle riders are using dinner gougs And still the Flushing people are not satisfied. A CHICAGO man has invented a steel spring tire, which he believes will suc ceed the pneumatic tire. This great achievement was in response to a de maud for a contrivance which can not be punctured. BISMARCK has $175,000 annual income from various industries in which he is interested Under the circumstances, the old gentleman can afford to *tan a good deal of marble heart from the war lord of Deutschland FEMALE inventors are, according to the patent office reports, adhering to the lines of 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. — 3 October 1895

O -l^fe i^ ^i *& 1 f,, U%A "NON NOBIS SOLIS.'' (SOT Won OUB8BLVBl8oAI*ONa) simple worclal yet ful meaning true,~"* %m, whene'er we long for loving work to do, fJm ^Tne Golden Rule with all our might to heed, Si'** And sympathize In every brother's need. f* ft !hre simple wordsI yet If hy them we live. f What may we not perchance unconscious tt$ giv I *T't **o *uU-et sunshine darkened homes may he, How of|en*sad, imprisoned souls set freel Three tslmple wordsI Lord, give us daily strength, That htfur by hour, throughout our Journey's Hearth, te8son heI A Business Reversal Unheralded by Du or Bradatreet, The financial stress from which the country is now emerging has left its wrecks in the industrial and commer cial centers. When the stringency was most severe the daily press reported how this prominent bank had closed its doors, that well known mercantile house had gone to pieces and this ex tensive manufactory had shut down. But there were many minor tragedies in this distressin...

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 October 1895

i ft" A 8 i" IT 1 I It I Jfe 1] I., i 1 p' 1 1P Kft NON NOBIS SOLIS." (NOT O OUBSELVXS ALON&) Three simple words! yet full of meanlnir trne. whene'er we loug lor loving work to do, The Golden Rule with all our might to heed, And sympathize in every brother's need. Three simple words I yet If by them we live. What may we not perchance unconscious Rive I How full of sunshine darkened homes may be, How often sad, imprisoned souls set free! Three simple words! Ijord, give us daily strength, That hour by hour, throughoub our Journey'* length, Their lesson still may patiently be learned, Until "Well done." Thy blest reward, is earned. -Outlook. THE*POPCOK BOY. A Business Reversal Unheralded Dun or Bradstreet. The financial stress from which the country is now emerging has left its recks in the industrial and commer cial centers. When the stringen cy was most severe the daily press reported how th is promine nt bank had closed its doors, that well known mercantile house had gone to pie...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 3 October 1895

m-t i- \,.t b\, te 1 i W3PPEn* PKIPR, i. 5 PE YRA pAPous V. ul,La i J.P.MATTSON, 1 Editor and Proprietor. N ADVANC E. Official Paper of Marshall County. Legal advertisements at legal rates. Thursday, October 3, 1895. G. 8, WATTAM B, A. M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. O^'USiNext.dooreastotBank. I. J.McGILLAJY, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Second door east or .1. A.Noyc's Harness Shopupstairs. Warren, MJ nc. S. HULL, JUDGE OF PROBATE. Contests, Final Proofs and U. S. Land Office busern, iness given prompt atten tion. WARRE N. MfNN gamuel Cooke, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office one door east of Holcomb's Grocery Store. Warren, Minn. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. WARREN, MTNN. Established ISX2. P. PETERSON, *-MerchantTailor WARREN, MINN iiiiiHiimitmiiii n Flzie Suit 3sa3.e to OrdLer a. Sliort ^Totio,' Wm. J. Brown, Attorney-At-Law. Office one door west of SHEAF office,.^ Warren, Minn. Windsor Hotel WARREN, MINK. We are again in the Windsor. :fcT^-wJ3r Fitted, and Furnislied.. We want the commercial trade and wi...

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 October 1895

4 I t"v 1 &" 4j* /A &L Bft... Ji Home and County News Whitney leads in lr orijes. Emerald Boiler Oil at LINDDERO & LUNDGREN'S. Jens Swnnson, the drnymnn, is ill with typhoid fever. The county hoard will hold a special meeting Oct. 23rd. C. Johnson's youngest daugh ter, Ida, is quite ill with fever. Only a few weeks at best remain for plowing. Plow, plow plow! The family of ftev. M. Brown left for Alexandria, Minn., on Tues day. 0 Suatad, of Minneapolis, was a passenger on yesterday morn ing's train. E. It. Boss has been on the sick list tor a couple weekh, but is said to be improving. I Miss Jennie Person is teaching a term of school in the northern diV ta-iot of town of Vega. Mrs. A. A. TJlsrnd and children, Hof West Superior, visited in Warren (the first pnrt of the week. Dr. A. A. Westeen, of Grand Porks, will be in Warren, at Dr. Mu Gillnn's office, on November lwt. The Emerald Boiler Oil never fails in cleaning your machine from sen lea. i For sale by LINDRERG &...

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 October 1895

hiy 1 "WW US JMxeaf atten !r JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Prop WARREN. MINN. 4,4MJMi,.M^******Jfc**J^A+X* OCTOBER-1895. Mon. Tne. Tin. 8 15 22 29 5 9 10 17 24 31 14 21 28 11 18 25 12 19 26 16 23 30 *++WHHf+tttt+f*ir1rW++FF4 MARTIN BAJXWBBKU, arrested the other day in Pittsburgh, said that he had been a tramp forty-four years. He is 78 years old. THE crocodile will sometimes ffo with out food for a year. Upon waking up from a fast of this duration he is some thing' to be avoided. A FASHION note states that the latest umbrella looks just like a cane. It will be just as easy to borrow as the old kind, and less cumbersome. THERE are twenty-one persons in Monterey county, Cal., who own more than 9,000 acres of land each. There are several estates of 30,000 and 40,000 acres in that county. A LOUISVILLLE man has applied for a divorce, alleging that he thought his vit 15 years of age when she was 40. The lfe should now apply for a com mission to inquire into her husband's hdinty. A YOUNG Ohi...

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 October 1895

J 1 i ft' (t i r'Jf-i 3 i Ks, A QUANDARY. in the true poet's eves, the maid he love* Has not a peer in beauty or in graoe He falls in raptures o'er her tiny gloves, yTT And envious sonnets writes to clinging lace. I know full well that fairer maids there are Thn she who holds my heart in Cupid's thrall: iWflar I love her by no ahinlng star, Her gloves and slippers charm mo not all. And, therefore. I'm in great perplexity In doubt my mind between two thoughts doth move (That one of them is true seems plain to me I am no poet, or elso I do not love. Brooklyn Life. A DOUBLE PUNISHMENT. LONG, narrow room, dimly lighted by rows of smokinff, flick erinpr lamps, pr benches bordering the bare adobe walls. A one end of the room two Mex icans with fiddle and guitar are playing something which evidently passes for music. The air is close and foul with the exertions and brea th of the motley crowd that fills the benches and floor. And this is the "ball room" attached to the Legal Tender saloon ...

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