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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 1 October 1881

cniLDnooD. Mr. Swinburne, in a recent poem, pays .tho following tribute to childhood: "Nothing sweetest, nothing bleat, Holds so good, so sweet a treasure, A9 the love -wherewith, once blest, Joy grows holy, grief takes rest. As the rapture tmpoluted, As the passion imdeft'ed, By whoso force all pains heart-rooted Are transfigured and transmuted, Recompensed and reconciled, Through the imperial undisputed Tresont godhead of a child." Miscellaneous Matters. This is a time when we are making his tory every day, the Boston Herald thinks, and it believes the county does well to go slow, and that he vice president has been true to he American princip le in refraining from any word or step that looks toward the arrogation of power that does not clearly belong to him. The strength, the elastici ty, and the real conservatism of our system of government have never had but one su promer testth at of he wax1than that so nobly sustained during the past nine weeks. The Uce Indians have gone to 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. — 1 October 1881

Warren SMaf. CHAS. C. BROWN. PUBLISHER. Printed every Saturday at Warren, Minn.: r.r.. a Sutured at taw poatoffice at Warren as.second class matter. Local Brevities. Wheat $1.17. Full line of legal blanks for *ale at this office. Nice bolted corn meal $2.50 per lOOlbs. at McCrea Bro*. A choice lot of boots and shoes just re.-eiyed at McCrea Bros. FOUND.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 property and paying one dollar for this notice. Money to Laaa. On improved farms. Long time and at seasonable rates. H. C. MEHTTJBR, hw hundred and sixty acres of /jhpiee farming land, wellimproved, |jQort water, goocl 'hpnsp, situated ^bpnl, tjire^ miles from town. Ap ply tp or a4drs {Sheaf Office, Notice. Yhv jb^ciibe is prepared to contract for he keepiujg of horses, imiles, and all kinds of Rattle and other stock on his farm in\ section j& town 155, rnnge 45. for any length of time djsjred,tnjt esp...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 October 1881

VOL. i 1, i NO 45. WAEKEN SHEAF, PCBLMMD VBBT SATCKDAT. JCHAS, C. BBOWlt, Proprietor. Two Dollars a YearIn Advance. ADrUTIIIXO B1TM: Sp&oe. l. It. In. la. *fnc 1 inch jS incbas... 4 tncbes.., 4, inrftes.... *ecinmn. 5e rolamn.. 1 edlaiaa.. 1.* I i:S 460 i.n lt.00 Legal notices at legal rates. Transient ed .irertising, OA*H ether advertising to b paid monthly. Local aotices tarn Mats per line first lime subsequent insertions five cents a lias each week. No reduction in rates. PUBLIC OFFICIALS. MIMBB* Or OOWttKMS. W. p. Whbrn7 Minneapolis mSTBIGT OOORT. District Judge, O. P. Stearns, Duluth. 'Clerk,- J. P. Nelson. STATB SMTATOa. Andrew McCrea, psrhaai. ,V KXPaMaKTATITBS. .3. Comstock, Moorhead. !afoerd Sampson, Crookstoa. COVVTT firnoaas, #rpfc \te Judge, Se^istgr of Deed*, f"uditorf 4 reas))Yer, li'eriil', 'Attorney, ^chwtf Sijperjntendjint, Coroner, SurreyoY, 'John W. Sles. Thos. Craigi O. Taylor. 3. B. Titus. W. T. Lackey. A. E. Flint. J. M. Brown. Wm.'Carrese. J. P. Nelson. CQ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 October 1881

---j-.-.-^ --f--- iiiiSmiCniiiiri. ""jjJiltiilllil WARREN SHEAF. CHAS. 0. BROWN, Proprietor. WAESEN, MINNESOTA. THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. Punishing thePostal Thieves. WASHINGTON, Oct. 1.Ex-Senator Dorsey will bo the next of the members of the star route ring to be arraigned in court for trial after Brady's case is disposed of. Special At torneys Cook, Gibson and Bliss have the papers in Dorsey's case prepared, and proceedings will be instituted as quickly as possible. The proceedings in Dorsey's case will be different from those adopted to reach Brady. District Attorney- CorkhiU has informed the govern ment counsel that the grand jury will be at their disposal in about three weeks. Then Guiteau's case and the ordinary jail cases will be out of the way and an indictment against Dorsey will be requested in the usual form. The prosecutors believe that they have ample evidence upon which not only to secure indictments but convictions. Other persons will necessarily be associated with Dorsey...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 October 1881

Mi I i A'Noble'Man* Gifted by Nature with the noblest traits And trained to close observance of the right. He grew, a man to mold the form of States, And govern them by ethic's purest light Yet iu his prime of manhood justly strong, Chief of the foremost nation on the earth, His life was stricken by a deadly men* Done by a creature of the meanest worth. And all the years of toil and care were vain, The greatest wisdom and the great intent At one fell blow were leveled to the plain, And by that stroke a million hearts were rent And still the fiend who did this deed survives Lives to insult by his existence foul, The sense of justice in a nation lives, The law of vengeance roused in every soul. The Anatomy ot an Oyster. From the Baltimore Gazette. Every oyster has a mouth, a heart, a liver, a stomach, cunning devised intestines, and other necessary organs, just as well as all living, mov ing and intelligent creatures have. An all these things are covered from man's rudely inquisitive ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 October 1881

Warren Sheaf. G&A& C^ BROWN. th awaauy. Senaefor Illustrated FOBUMKR. MntadTWT Saturday at Warrea,Mlna. Entered at til* postoffice at Warren aaeoad ciaaa matter. Local Breuities. What |1.22. Nice bolted corn meat $2.50 pei lOOlbs. at McCi-ea Brot. Mey to Lasup. On improved farms, long and at reasonable rates. tinn H. C. MENTIEH. A choice lot of boots and shoer just received at McCrea Bros. Fine Business Chance For Sale. A half interest in a flourishing drug store is offered for sale on good terms. Reasons for selling are the want of time and the press other business interests. Stock is all new an: of the best. Address "Druggist," care of the &HIAT office, Warren, Marshall county, Min nesota. Notice. Until furthtr notice we will sell our stock of Pry Goods,. Notions,. Boots and Shoes, Hat and Caps and Gtorea and Mittens AT COST 1TORCA8H. Now is the time for farmers to get RARF BARGAIN* "Jf NoticeMcCREA'BROS.h The, subscriber ia prepared to contract fo: ^ho keeping of hors...

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 October 1881

i ^.-::-r^uiis i WARREN SHEAF, JTUMSHBD ETBXT SATURDAY. HAS. C. BKOWR, Proprietor. Two Dollars a TearIa Advance. ABT1T1I# XAYBfli 3 'J&riif cr Attorney, JeUooi Superintendent, Co^pW'r, fstirveyor, M.OOj M.OOl 40.CT) M.(W] 44.00 t.C0 40.o Te:oo|ioo.oi se Lei nntiae* at legal rates, Transient ad rt'siny c&sn other advertising to be paid ibntbl Local aotices tan cents per line first me subsequent insertions live cents a lina tcli week, No reduction in rates, MEMBBS O? O0*eSM, $ Washburn, Minneapolis WIOTRIOt .OQBUT, district Judge, O, r, Stearns, Duluth. '1t^ J, P. Nelson, f'l 8TA.T* aUATOR, /.TKjrejv Mcfh'ea, Perhasn, A ry *BPRimfT4TJT, 0 Comstoek, Moorhad. 2v.ft "iV'cbatc Judge, ,WialVr,, ,r or *V$*Siirc Crookatoa John W, SJee. Tboa, Craig. O. Taylor. J, Bf Titus. W, T. Lackay. A. Flint. J, M. Biown. i W n, 'Carreae. P. Nelson. 'cpytfTr opuMiaaioxasi. 1st Dis' ric A. P. Melnijr* Warren. taba Ifeilv^ WA$REN. W. A. Atw,ater St^ion Ag*nt. Leave South. Leave'Nmkh. assenper, S.30 ...

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 October 1881

&~*i^mmmimmmi+&M WARREN SHEAF. OHAa 0. BROWN, proprietor. WARREN, MINNESOTA. THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. The Senate. A FULL HOUSE. WASHINGTON, Oct 10.The assembling in special session of the senate was witnessed by a large number of persons, who, as early as 11 o'clock, filled the galleries to their utmost capacity. The desk, formerly occupied by Senator Burnside, was tastefully draped with black and white. Several bouquets ornamented the desks of prominent senators. The sena tors-elect, Aldrich, Lapham and Miller, occu pied seats upon the floor on the Republican side. The senate was called to order by Mr. Harris of Tennessee, wno, after a prayer by Chaplain Bullock, who alluded in a feeling manner to the death of President Garfield, Senator Burnside, and Secretary Burch, said: "I have been requested by a number of sen ators on both sides of the chamber to call the senate to order. If there be no objections we will call the senate to order that we may pro ceed with its business. 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. — 15 October 1881

f.% HIS FATOMTEPOET. President Garfield's favorite poet waa Ten nyson, and the poet he loved best was "In Memoriam." The following familiar stanzas from this poem, which he quoted in an address on the death of Lincoln, and which were more than onpe applied to himself after his accession to the presidency, have anew and melancholy interest and significance now. He was in deed As some divinely gifted man, Whose life in low estate began, And on a simple village green Who breaks his birth's invidious bar, And grasps the skirts of happy chance, And breasts the blow of circumstance, And grapples with his evil star Who makes by force his merit known, And lives to clutch the golden keys, To mould a mighty state's decrees And shape the whisper of the throne. And, moving up from high to higher, Becomss on Fortune's crowning slope The pillar of a people's hope The centre of a world's deBire. A BEAUriFUL MANIAC. Separated From Her Lover by Religion, a Pretty Jewess Becomes Crazy. On the flor 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. — 15 October 1881

Warren Sheaf. WJiTE "Biowar Y\-'smw*. JMisd sws Saturday atWarrsv, ma. '$$,fcma. ad tt* peatofiias at Warraa as ___ eiaas tM- n* Local Brevities. Pont forget the convention. 0. F. Julin was in town tliis week. Moasrs Puhlor and'Cragin of Ada were in town this week. Mr. Zoaerold is looking much fet ter and is able to ho out again. Oh, the snow the beautiful snow wc wish to thunder it would go. Over $70,000 in improvements this enmmur is what the Warrenitos have invested. The boyg are getting thair rabbit sjiare'a in order and the "b'unnie*" will have to look out. .Allen has. a lot of tkji juost at tractive ornamental, durable and noe|ul patent stove zincs that ever pm.e io arren. Don't say "wood" to McCrefe hpUierg, especially {Jeorge. He ilUzi buried half a dozen or so who /io?a mentioned the subject te him *i-ncg the prairie fire of a week ago. Judge Kelson is 6uilding a big jfiftf?i, also a hennery and several, #fcfr*F buildings. The judge is get t'Og little city around Jiim on hi...

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 October 1881

vVf. I 1 fi th an "VTI. f. Ti VOL. 1. NO, 4T, *t, .*,a,, WARREN SHEAF, l'i:niwI8nD EVHHT SAtrjKJUY. i:HAS, C. BROWN, Praprioter. Two Dollars a YearIn Advance. ADVBKTISIXG BATSS -nflC'' 1 2w. la. in-* t)!Ch:..... in--'' :is... indie*... in*ps... C'ta'n-n.. eolu-'-n.. cJM'JttlM.'. TAfION8. Vincent, i SEmerflnn, Pornlnion City, 3a. 6 m. 1.60 t.7.1 hi lyr. 11.00 l.*J 9.9S 3.15 4 01) 4.50 8.00 15.00 $1.30 S.OO 3.50 $3.00 |4.60 4.60 6.00 7.00 .7! 6.C0 10.00 10.00 23.00 90.00 40.00 M.C 100.00 10.00 JG.Q0 19.00 28.00 42,00 70.00 i.n s.so 4 T5J 10.00 13.00 T.as ls.oo tf.00 28.00 35.001 40.00 .SO ifr.HO jL-egul notice*, at legal rates. Transient ad- jiV.itllslM!*, CASH other advertising to be paid I lonthlv. Local notioes ten oents per line first niuof subsequent insertions-five cents a lint f: ich week. No reduction in rates. MKMBHROT OOJIORW8. WoaJilitirii, Minneapolis numam OQvnr. pis.trit-,t Judtfw, O. P. Stearns, Dnlutn. SJJe'rk, i'- J.P.Nelson. STAT-E SNATO. ,l 1 A ijlre McCreii, Perham...

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 October 1881

THE DATS DOINGS. Condened from the Most Reliable Tele, graphic Dispatches np to the Time of Go ing to Press with this Bide of our Paper. AILROAD RUMBLINGS. The surveying party that has been running for the St. ran), Minneapolis A Manitoba ltail road company, a line from Bush City to St Cloud, after covering twenty-six miles from the former place, has been ordered to abandon the work, and to surrey anew route from 8 Cloud to Hinckley, on the S Paul & Dulutb road. This route is twent* miles farther than by Rash City, the line being sixty-eight miles long, it is, however, through a mneh better country for a railroad, being more level and free from swamps. It is understood the oom pany will let the contract tfaia winter to elear the right of way and have everything ready for grading in the spring. The Fergus Falls Journal, editorially, re ports a probable compromise between the Man itoba and Black Hills company' regarding the Pelican Valley route. The Journal says it'is believed the...

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 October 1881

A Wedding in Wyoming. i From the Oil City Derriok. Camping near the town, we secured our stock and then went in. Entering the leading store, I introduced myself to Mr. Styles, one of the proprietors and the post* I master. '"It is now half past 2, and at 3 there's to be a wedding down the street at Jonas Barton's. Old Jonas iB a rough old coon that we elected Justice of the Peace about a month ago, and. as this will be' his first, attempt at marriage, I think we will see some fan. Come and go down with me." We went to the old 'Squire's cabin?t W* found him pouring over a large volume of the statutes of Wyoming, sweating like a horse and looking terribly anxious. After greeting us he said: "Stiles, the durned galoots thet got up these 'yer laws hadn't gumption enough to last'em oyer night. I've run through the blamed book a half a dozen times, an can't find a dod blasted word about metermony, or how the hitchin' process is proceeded with. I've just got ter put the clamps on 'his coup...

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 October 1881

CfiAS. alEOWK, Whtttfi.U. The fuel question is a mpst im pprkftiit one, but the change of the icpunty }ine is mucb more so xndall Jtands will turn out and vote for it* |Vhy should every one vote for jsfrange of county line? Because it y\\\ p the meaps of reducing tax- Pplii cppp|y residents are solid fpr" V: St -Mpft^w ?W Rttdi^or,. and t\\Pf MMPWf ^fiy U" \,i |ittchnn fens tjie tjia'irka-of the printer for a prwent of several bushels of very fine snowflakc po tatoes. Dan keep* bis subscription paid pp, is a square toed 'man and will fall into the ranks and vote for the proposed cbange of the county line. Mr. Furlong who has purchased some 20 sections of land near Warren was in the village this week. His purchase price \was nearly |70,000. Every level headed man will give the cbange of county line his vote and support. Isaac Courser of St. Thomas, Ont., is vieitingwith W. H. Gil bert. King's missing balloon was found on the new county line. What benefit will Marshall coun ty derive ...

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 November 1881

WARKEN SHEAF, yPSLWa HVBBT SITOUBXT. '..V." 4b ATWATER, proprietor. fv* Dcttl.*rs a Teur1 A4ruti AV*KTItIHft RATflB: srsc &** fcw. jj&ftbfel. RMfctfta.. a. i.ee cut _.E0 2 2.W- 4 0 0 (J. 4.e-o i. s.ua Terms esiav. (Jail on or address :P tMikS. JfA^.LrON, "J-3m25 sjpauaamsfoemMauga&a&smMWiiittitttaBBKisOBtftt i (IIIWIIi wiiW7TT|ff'iaBMWBttm'-Mm JiM^^wjuiittMgao^TrasaE^&i-ia^v.*^^ lm. I 3 no. I 6 HJ. $ .JW $1.00 1.25 lyr. $3.o| $i.5Q $6.(0 75 4.001 fl.eo 7.0t le.oo JO.Oaj 16.00 12.m 19.00 18.00} 28.00 10.00 KS.CG 23.CO 30.0k 40.GO 60. CO 100.0(.i 15.0 2et.0ffl 4a.0Q 25.0m 40.00' 70.90 Legftl notices at iffco.1 rates. Transient ad rtteinic, CASH other advertising to be paid Tonthly. Local notices ten cents per line first ie outeeqocnt insertions five' tents a line t.ich week. No reduction in raten. BUSINESS CAKD3. $500,000 TO"LOAN i)N IMPROVED FARM PROPERTY. LowRves oi' Irievest, 0'O( ks:-)ii, v! ni). .1. ri{A.j Plain and Oru imem.J AST E E r.. Pri' R mason. Lin. ha...

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 November 1881

OBBamsanaRani WARREK SHEAF. CHAS. C. BROWN, Proprietor. WARREN", MINNESOTA. QUERENT NEWS. RAILROAD RUMULIN6S. For several days rumors have been afloat and have gained considerable credence ia rail road roles that the Chicago & Northwestern railroad had purchased the road now called the Green Bay, Winona & St Paul, better known as the Green Bay & Minnesota, of which the well-known railroad man, John Blair, of Blairs town, N J., is president and chief stockholder. The Northern Pacific railroad is having 400 new freight care made at the Lafayette car works They wero notified that a part of them would be started at once, and that the en tire order would be filled by the latter part of next month. As the cars come to Chicago they will be loaded with rails and then sent direct to the Yellowstone. OUR CRIMINAL CALENDAR. The local inspectors at Gal na, after a care ful examination into the wrecking of the Jean nie Gi ehriat, have rendered their report to Inspector Flower They fi...

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 November 1881

i 1 1 .........-I for his legal opinion as to whether congress men can be elected under the old law in the event congress fails to provide for the two new mernbtra contemplated by the new apportion ment act, submits tho same to the effect that they can be. Official Returns of the State Election. In the following table of official returns on the State election only four small counties are lacking. The total vote for the Republican and Democratic candidates for governor is 100,800. The remaining counties and the votes for the Greenback and Prohibition will not increase this materially. Hubbard's vote is 61.488, and Johnson's 36,655, making Hubbard's majority 27,930. On auditor the vote is Braden. 64,390 Lehmicke, 36,121. Braden's majority 2S.26 9. On euDreme judge, Yanderburg, 63,882 Clark, 36,650 Vanderburg's majority, 27,232. The vote for the bond proposition was 23,699 against, 11,480: Governor. Auditor. Steele Judge. W 1 COUNTIES. a Aitkin i Anoica 1 Becker Benton Jiia Stone... Bl...

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 November 1881

W. A. AT WATER,, i __ mrrrt Warren Sheaf. Printed evocv Satarday ?A W*.rrc*,Min. Sintered at a! ps*gic at Warren as KM*W4- ulac* ta&Her. "-~^y.'C". l'.Taf^JZ-T,~ ~~~J. /.oca/ Brevities. wh^t sects. A choice lot bcote and shoes [list received, at McCr* Brcs.. a(cy so Leap, tf iSmp^cruMi'farms. Lbng time jad? a^ Sje-aaefcable rates. & C. MlHTXlR. Fn- & Cranberries a,t MeCr#a Bros. Nice halted corn weal $i. HWilbs. at McCrea Hi:**. per Spvctisl Notice^ 1 wtil.fHtalah moocy and make proofs for mrUft4dAiriajf- to pro up and, par for their tend* -it bw* and bitter ratesthim neietofore offered. 0LH and sc,or writ* me giving loca tion of land, ajnbunt hd value i improve went* and amount waatd nd ect rav tflrms. FRANK IVEF tot. 29,1111.. Crookaton. too.ooc^ To loan to parties desiring to proT# np. Rate of interest 10 par cant. No commission 41 bonus. Apply to JOHX McLSAH, Crookston,, Mmnv Hotiov* ISstil farther ntiee wp will sell our afcxtkof Lr S Notions, Boots and shoe*, Hats i...

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 December 1881

'VOL. JSO. 1. 4 i __ WARRE^ SHEAF, TUBLISnED EVERY SATURDAY. 'tiff A. ATWATJEK, Proprietor. Two Dollars a Yearla Advance. ADVERTISING RATES I Epace. lw. 2 w. lm. "a Inch 1 inch 2 inchea... 8 inches... 'i iuclies... ^column.. ?4 cqlnmn.. 3 column.. 3 m. Gm. $ .30 .75 1.50 1.75 2.CO 3.50 6.00 10.00 lyr. ?1.00 1.25 2.25 2.75 4 00 4.5fl 8.00 15.00 ?X.G0 2.00 !5.50 4.7$ 6.50 7.25 15.00 25.00 $3.00 4.50 7.00 10.00 12.00 18.00 2S.00 40.00 14.60 6.00 10.00 15.00 10.00 28.00 42.00 70.00 $6.00 10.00 16.00 22.CO 30.00 40.00 60.CO 100.00 Legal notices at legal rates. Transient ad vertising, CASH other advertising to be paid monthly. Local notices ten cents per line first jimc subsequent insertions live cents line iach week. No reduction in rates. BUSINESS CAEDS. 500,000 TO LOAN ON IlilTiOVED FARM PROPERTY. LQT# Eates of Interest. Terms ensv. Call on or {Mt'.lress CH'AS. E. HAMILTON, ^3in25 Ci ookston, Minn, J. C. CRAIG, Plain and Ornamental PLASTERER, Bricii and stone rar^pii. Lime, hair and. c...

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 December 1881

THE WARREN SHEAF. W. A. ATWATEB, Publisher. WARREN, MINNESOTA. CURRENT NEWS. RAILROAD RUMBLINGS. The Faribault Republican furnishes addi tional particulars about the Gannon Falls rail road. It says: "Th preliminary condition is that bonuses shall be given by the towns along the line to the amount of $200,000. Of this sum $125,0 00 in bonds have already been voted by Faribault, Red Wing, Cannon Falls and Morristown, leaving but $75,000 to be made up by Mankato, Waterville, Elysian, Northfield and Dundas. Work will be com menced on the line at Waterville, and the eigh teen miles intervening between that point and Faribault will be firBt built The remainder of the line necessary to connect Red Wing and Maikato will follow in due time, establishing ft connection between the Mississippi river and the most fertile and thickly settled inland por tions of the state. The line remains under the controle and management of the present com pany, known as the Minnesota Central railroad company, t...

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