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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 30 January 1896

JOHN MATTSON, Editor and Prop. WARREN~ MINN. I I S sad fact that the new woman is not taking 1 5 ear. a hilarious interest in leap JUST one-half the members of the present congress are college graduates. Time will tell whether they are better iniblie servants than the other half. A GOOD football Uuni, a rowing crew and a collogt jell teem to be the lead- ing tilings, sajs the Chicago luter Oceaa, of loo many modem nnheisi- ties. TnviT, we do not half apprec'ote the good things in this life. Y\ hen man is in the midst of a sound ami dreamless bleep he has no idea of hat a good time he is hating. Duuixa the year 1893 5 railroads were sold in foreclosure, aggregating 13,129 miles of lines and representing a total bonded debt and stock of $775,- 776,000, and receners were appointed for 31 roads. THE present jear of grace, 1S90, en- joys the distinction of being the last leap ear of the 19th century. The year li00 which ends the century, is not a leap year, and consequently February Will...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 30 January 1896

'V ^^f^jp. WSffi^M THE OLD WIFE. Make the old wife young again,*.: Twine the roses In her hair Tell her as you told her then: "You are dearer every day, 5 Look Into her eyes and say Smile and say It through your tears: "You aro dearer every day, Nearer, dearer with the years!" Hold her hand In kindly gras p Once you pressed It to your lips, (.While Its tender, velvet clasp Thrilled you to your finger tips. Kiss her faded cheek and brow With a love so warm and true They shall glow with crimson, now, Blushing as they used to do. To the sunset of your lives Lead, oh, lead her gently on. Love unto the end survives i With the freshness of the dawn. Drift amid its golden gleams Out across the sunlit seas, On a pillow made of dreams, And a couch of memories, Nixon Waterman, in L. A. W. Bulletin. TOP AND BOTTOM." There are people imbued with a cer taiu love of adventure, and there ore other people abnormally curious. I be long to the latter class, and my curiosi ty often gets the better of ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 30 January 1896

4*** ^flSgpw^r THE OLD WIPE. Make the old wife young again, I Twine the roses in her hair I Tell her as yon told her then: "You are dearer every day, i i-iook into her eyes and say i Smile and say it through your tears: "You aro dearer every day, Nearer, dearer with the years!" Hold her hand in kindly grasp I Once you pressed it to your lips, .While its tender, velvet clasp Thrilled you to your finger tips. Kiss her faded cheek and brow I With a love so warm and truo I They shall glow with crimson, now, Blushing as they used to do. To the sunset of your lives Lead, oh, lead her gently on. !Love unto the end survives 1 With the freshness of the dawn. Drift amid its golden gleams Out across the sunlit seas. On a pillow made of dreams, And a couch of memories. -Nixon Waterman, in L. A. W. Bulletin. TOP AND BOTTOM." There are people imbued with a cer tain love of adventure, and there nre other people abnormally curious. I be long to the latter class, and my curiosi often gets the better...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 30 January 1896

f^10^' _UMTtREi\ WARREN, ammM 1 "&s%*< J.r.MATTSON,"^ Editor and Proprietor, Oldest, newsiest and mo4t widely circulated paper in flarshall county. I blishe all official poceedlaga of the mty. U*al advertisements at legal rates. Thursday, January 80,1800, G. S. WATTAM B, A. M. D. rnVSICIANnnd SURGEON. OrnctrNextdooreggtalBmk. J. Me GILL A JT, M. D. Tliysician and Surgeon. Second door east of J. A.Xoye's RaraM Shop upstairs. Warren, Wo want the commercial trade and will do our utmost to merit it. Our accommodations will be as good as any in Northern Minnesota, none ex cepted. Come and see us. i"Jg% J"BAK V\ AOVANCK. ,1 f_ Mine. as HULL, JUDGE OF PROBATE, Contests, Final Proofs c\nd U.S. Land Office bus in ess given prompt at ten Hon. MfN N gamuel Cooked ATTORNEY AT LAW. 0 frnn,- dor east of IloleoiuV. OroceryRtore. Warren, Minn. A. QrindBlandL ATTORNEY-AT-LAI WARREN, MINX. CatnhHshed is*:. P. PETERSON, Merchant-Tailor aiN N IllllillllliJIIIIl i OEUne SviitiM ZMTadLe to Order o...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 30 January 1896

WAftBSH SttEA? J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. PRICE. j*t *S l^O^TBtt_J'KAK IN" ADVANCE. Oldest, newsiest andi mo4t~wkfciy circulated paper in rtarsttaN county. I ublishes all official poccedtagt off tfct canity. U%al advertisements at legal rata. Thursday, January 0, 1806. G. S. WATTA B. A. M. D.obstacles VSICIAN and SURGEON. gFI :Nex dooreaat of Bank. J. McGILZAJV, Jlf. D. Tliysician ana Surgeon. Second door east A.Noye's HaraeM Shopupstairs. Warren, Mine. 8. HULL, JUDGE OF PROBATE Contests, Final Proof* end U.S. Land Office bus in ess givenprompt atten tion. WARREN. CatnMMiod is*?. MINN. amuel Cooke, ATTORNEY AT LAW. 0 to one do/* a nolco/ub's Grocery Rtore. Warren, Mine. A Grindelariit ATTORNEY AT LAI. WARREN, MINN. P. PETERSON, t~ Merchant-Tailor- WARREN, INM H!l!llilJIIII!ilHHI I S^xie Sia.lt SwCado to Order mSHoxt 2^otloe, Wm. J. Brown, Attorney-At-Laui. Office one door west of SHBAF am** UTarren, Minn. Windsor Hotel WARREN. M/NS. We are n^ain in the Windsor. .'br-w33r IF...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 6 February 1896

rt fc Volume GleaningstFhrHome Field Whitney loads in lo orices. L. M. Larson loft last week for St. Paul and other points. Tim best of music has been se cured for the Firemen's dance, Feb. Rend the ml. of Prof. F.W.Whit- tier, the oculist optican, in another column. .Seeding lias commenced in the southern part of the state, so it is reported. -Mrs. H. E. Mnssey, of Thief Riv er Fail's, is visiting- friends in town this week. McKanlass Co. was to play one night, but kept them four.Grand" l\iika 11eraUrr Rev. Bursctli,of (Yookston, will preach in the Norw. I.uth. church Jevfc Sunday at T.'-U) p. m. the city shaking hands with oid friends. C. A. Rradly will arivo in Warren Saturday this week with a carload of extra tine work horses from Illinois. Sheriff .Sinclair last week brought the little boy of Sirs. Sigrid Ander son to the state school for indigent children at Owatonua. The Firemen wish it known that the dance to be given at the Opera house on Friday evening, Feb. 14, is for all...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 6 February 1896

1 USSavvevc ^Shccij JOHN P. ATTSON, Editor and Prop, WARREN~ MINN. *^&*+++*^+4r+**MM*-*+ FEBRUARY 1896. .MHrHr TT TTrrT TitE number of people who aro obliged to be disagreeable in order to attract attention seems to be on the increose. Two iiHioiiT men in North Carolina nre Isosceles Benzley and Prehensile P.eazlev, wbo live 13 miles horn Possum Trot, N. C. THERE are now 45 states, making a senate of 90 members. There are three more territories. When they are admit ted the number of states will be *8 and the number of senators 90. TV ^Jf Ynrlc ottj.' fho nam \\r\v\t\r \tt\v is playing 1 hu\oc with saloon property. I is belie\ed that $3,000,000 worth will ha\e to be abandoned by the business because of proximity of churches and schools. A MAX, jay a statistician, smoki ng ti pipe of medi um size, blows out of his n.outh for eiery time he fills the pipe 700 smoke clouds. If he smokes four pipes a day for 20 years he blov out 20,440,000 smoke clouds. Tin: illiterates in the United ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 6 February 1896

LIFE'S MIRROR. There are loyal hearts, there are spirits brave, There are souls that are pure and true Then give to the world the best you have And the best will come back to you. Give love, and love to your life will flow, A strength in your utmost need Have faith, and a score of hearts will show Their faith in your word and deed. 31ve truth, and your gifts will be paid In kind, And honor will honor meet. And a smllo that is sweet will surely find A smile that is just as sweet! Give pity and sorrow to those who mourn, You will gather, in flowers again, The scattered seeds from your thought out borne, Though the sowing aeemed but vain. For life is the mirror of king and slave, 'Tis just what we are, and do, Then give to the world the best you have And the best will come back to you. Madeline a Bridges, in Leslie's Weekly. THE TROUBLES OF JONES. I am Thomas Jones, of the Limes, Hatchington Green, Hatchington, the celebrated Jones, though I r. it my self- Jones, the sol-citor, at the ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 6 February 1896

A.*^ P? .yg i ::^_, i -V it- 'at.' J.P.MATTSOX, $ Editor and Proprietor. i!M. I*KU "YKAII IN" ADVANCE fc w*.- Oldest, 5 J^*. newsiesiat5 lrt and most widely poceedings of the ulate papefrc HarshaU county aI 1 ofil Uii mi y. advertisements at legal rates. Thursday, February 0, 189 G.S.WATTAMB.A.M.r. PHYSICIAN :iud SURtJEON. QFru-K: Next doornail of Rank. I.S.MoGlLL/LJT, Jl.I). J'lysfciaii and Surgeon. ml Uooreastof.l. A.Noye's Harness Shop upstairo. Warren, Minn, C. S. HULL, JUDGE OF PROBATE. Contests, Final Proofs nd U. S. Zand Office bus- *-mss given prompt atten ticri. WARREN. MiNN. gamuel Cooke, ATTORNEY AT LAW. one door east of Holeomb's Grocery Store Warren, Minn. A. Grir|delandr ATTOKHE A LAW.' WARREN, WARREN, MINN. Kst nblished 1S.N-J. P. PETERSON, MerchantTailor MINN lilllllllllllllllllllll Fine Siiite 3S/a,d.e to Order a. Sliort Notice. Hm. J. Brown, **^Attorney-At-Law. **T OSlee one door west of SHEAF ofHce.^y v^**'^ Warren, Minn. Windsor .Hotel WARREN, MINA. We are again ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 February 1896

4 Volume XVI. B. G. GILIi, PBKMDKNT. i .,r"' i WE GUARANTEE GRADES. ANK F ^/ARREN WARREN, MINN. GILL & LAMBERSON, a A General Banking Business Transacted. Insur ce, Real Estate, Loans and Collections. ___-_^^^' Foreign Exchange and Passage Tickets Sold. A Taxes Pajd for Non-Residents. "t Depositors Secured by a Fire-Prool Vault, Burglar-Proof Safe and Tale Time Lock Viae -whale it swallowed Jonali, Which made liim Tcrjr sick He spewed him out upon the sand And Jonah ran off QUICK presumably to a clothing store, for the weather was bracing and Jonah was thinly cladtoo thinly, in fact, for comfort. What a boon a suit of "Happy Home" Gothing would have been just then to our friend. These garments are so thoroughly good and so very cheap, and Jonah would have looked so much betterfor instance, in one of our four-button frocks. Don't wait until you need a suit as badly as our friend in the picture, bat come and see us at once. We know we can please you. GENERAL MEKCHAMDISE, ^wmmminmm...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 February 1896

fgt^ttr- ?& ife4' ^Sarrcn -Sheaf JOHN P. MATTSQW, Editor and Prop. WARREN. INN. THE NEWS. Compiled From Late Dispatches. CONGRESSIONAL. The Proceedings ox the first Session. The house tariff bill was reported back to the senate on the 4th with an amend ment striking out everything after the en acting clause and placing in lieu thereof a free coinage substitute, in precisely the same words as that adopted by the senate as a substitute for the bond bill. Bills were favorably reported granting a pen sion of $200 a month to the widow of the late Gen. Walter Q. Gresham and $100 a month to the widow of the late Gen. Thomas Ewing prohibiting the desecra tion of the American flag for the annexa tion to Utah of all the portion of Arizona lying north of the Coloiado river, and west of the eastern boundary of Utah In the house the senate free coinage substitute for the house bond bill was reported, with the recommendation that the house non concur and insist on its bill. In the senate on 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. — 13 February 1896

V?' [H LT of the heart of the long ago Faded and yellowed by time, you know, But cherished still in shadow and shine, Cometh to me her valentine Here is a couplet '-'9,'r--'lU R: quaint and, true:. "The rose Is red, KW--?%S- The violet's blue," And I Oream .n the gloaming soft and low Of the lass who penned it long ago. A Uttlo maid with the bluest eyes That ever danced 'neath winter's skies A roguish miss whose love was told To the t-ound of a kiss in a moonln. wold But here is the rest other rhyming true: Love is sweet And so are you And a boy's cheeks flushed at the final line Of a ruciic sweetheart's "alenline. Aee in the past, but dimly hid Behinu a soft aye's drooping lid, Quivers the arrow that Cupid keen )*"n', bhot ar the Castle of Might-have been '1 And plainer still grows the couplei true ,i #tt' Tho rose is red, %i The violet's blue/iC,! ?l% And laughter low, which is half divine,/5 Hippies across her valentine. With a cherished thought for the love It tcJd I tenderly op...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 February 1896

i- fortifi i WAftfclfl StfEA J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. PRICE. $1.60 PER YEAlt IN ADVANCE. Oldest, newsiest and most widely circulated paper In Harshall county, publishes all official poceedings of the county. Legal advertisements at legal rates. Thursday, February 13,1896. Grain and Chaff. J THE SHEAF KITTSON this week comes out as five column quarto instead of an eight column folio as heretofore changed in form but not in size. There are several advantages in the make-up of a smaller page, and weshow trust our readers also will be pleased with the changed appearance of the SHEAF. county will vote on the question of issuing bonds for the building of anew court house. CONSIDERABLE opposition to re-nomination of Gov. Clough is afloat in the state, judging from the rural press. The people of Minneso ta would hardly have selected Mr. ('lough for the position henowholds, by reason of his own merit. WITH theestablishment of tow mills in the Red River valley for utilizing the fla...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 February 1896

E& "u, A* i *H4 ~r4 4 Entered at the Post Office at Warrem aa Second Class MailMatter. Gleanings^Home Field WHEAT QUOTATIONS. No. 1 Hard 1 Northern 2 3 XT rWwUino Ann4-V 49ct8. Whitney leads in low Driees. .T. -Nels J. Johnson left for West Superior on Monday. cured* Goodhue county, Minn. Hse met Mr. B. Hennum,formerly of thi city and says he is doing well at farming. Carl Christofferson, a cousin of Mr. TnZZ PU country. Hone Grove Texas, by Ed. TTOTIPy rTrnv, T* i Larson accompanied hime back to California Traveler 8em 8 MIANTED:-I want to buy 100 loads of bouldera or stones. K. TABALSETHC* A. Grindeland took yesterday evening's train for St. Paul. Judge C. S. Hull, Wm. Tripp, ande uexf immigration convention. A. Grindeland has received a large new map of the Red Lake res ervation, drawn by Geo, Ralph, of Crookston. L. B. Lindquist left on a visit to his old home in Carver county ou Friday last. Rumor says that when he returns he will not return alone. The Rev. Thomas Billing d...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 February 1896

1 rv K".*!4" MINNESOTA STATE NEWS. Can Brewers Taxed. Criminal complain ts have been filed in the municipal court at Duluth -against the representative of sev en brewing companies, charging them ^vith selling liquor without licenses. The actions were commenced at the instigation of the city attorney, and their purpose is to determine the quest ion of whether the outside brewers do ing business there can be compell ed to pay the municipal license fee of $500. The question was first brought up a year ago by the agents, but the actions were finally dismissed owing to a com promise effected between the agents and the city council. 'The city attorney now contends that the outside brewers are not exempt from the licen se fee, and says th ey must all pay up or with draw their agencies fi'om the city. A Valuable Horse Dead. The fastest pacing horse in Minne apolis, Dr. Hedderly's St. Cloud, died while racing with Johnnie Smoker, at Lake of the Isles. The horses were pacing the last heat of ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 February 1896

5t i If tfJ ii kffll, riffi' H^ 'lit I. S rfc*. AGRICULTURALHINTS. TO TELL A HORSE'S AGE. To tell the age of any horse Inspect the lower jaw, of course The six front teeth the tale will tell And every doubt and fear dispel. Two middle "nippers" you behold Before the colt is two weeks old, Before eight weeks two more will come. Eight months the "corners" cut the gum. The outside grooves will disappear From middle two in just one year In two years from the second pair In three the "corners," too, are bare. At two the middle "nippers" drop. At three the socond pair can't ?top When four years old the third pair goos,* At Ave a full new set he shows. The deep black spots will pass from view At six years from the middle two The second pair at seven years At eight the spot each "corner" clears. Prom middle "nippers" upper jaw At nine the black spots will withdraw The second pair at ten are white Eleven finds the "corner" light. As time goes on the horsemen know The oval teeth three-sided g...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 February 1896

w? 34 "V. i*' A Prairie Fir*. Describing a prairie fire, in "The World of Adventure," the writer says: "A more picturesque scene could hardly be imagined. The night was very dark, but as far as the eye could reach, nil across the horizon, about four miles in front of us, was a broad, bright, lurid glare of fire, with a thick canopy of smoke hanging over it, whose fantastic wreaths, as they curled in the breeze, were tinged with the red reflection of the flames. Even at that distance we tould hear the crackling and rushing of the fire, which, as it advanced, caused a strong wind. Every now and then a brighter flame would shoot high up into the black cloud of smoke over the top of the hill, illuminating for an instant our tents and wagons in the dark hollow and giving a momentary glimpse of the horses which were -picketed on the side of the rise, on the crest of which the figures of the men engaged in lighting the opposition firewhich, as it became too extended, they beat down with bl...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 February 1896

$ Volume 4 XVI. B. G. GILL, PllKSIDENT. A Genera! Bankrng Business Transacted. WE GUARANTEE GRADES. H). 4 & WARREN, MIMN. GILL & LAMBERSON, insur ce, Real Estate Loans and Collections. ^n4&> Foreign Exchange and Passage Tickets Sold. ^j^b^ Taxes Paid for Non-Residents. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Depositors Sacnrad by a Fire-Proot Yaalt, Barglar-Prool Safe and Yale Time Loci "FSie whale it swallowed Jonali, Which made him very eick spewed him out upon the sand And Jonah ran off* QUICK -presumably to a clothing store, for the weather was bracing and Jonah was thinly cladtoo thinly, in fact, for comfort. What a boon a suit of "Happy Home" Clothing would have been just then to our friend. These garments are so thoroughly good and so very cheap, and Jonah would have looked so much betterfor instance, in one of our four-button frocks. Don't wait until you need a suit as badly as our friend in the picture,.but come and see us at once. We know we can please you. G. GL Wf...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 February 1896

1 k- JOH P. kf- MATTSOS, 44 Editor and Prop WARREN. T"~ MINN. Tue. fe* FEBRUARY1896. Sun. Mon. Wed. I 16 23- Thur. 10 17 24 Frl. 11 18 25 Sat. 8 12 19 26 13 20 27 14 21 28 15 22 29 I X*Hr++HrHr+1i+1'+V+**'3 THE NEWS. Oompibd From Late Dispatches. CONGRESSIONAL. The Proceedings of the First Session. In the senate on the 11th the bill demand ing tte purchase and distribution of seeds was passed. Senator Cullom (111.) intro duced a bill giving a pension of $24 per month to ex-soldiers 75 years of age- who served in both the Mexican and civil wars. In discussing the deficiency bill Senator Allen (Neb.) said the two frauds of the public service were the civil service com mission and the interstate commerce com mission. Senator Wolcott (Col.) said the real menace o the country was the power of patronage lodged with the executive. The nomination of W. W. Rockwell, of Maryland, to be assistant secretary of state was received In the house the day was devoted to the consideration of busi ness...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 February 1896

1 fiw- i **'^i MINNESOTA STATE NEWS. Mankato Mysteries. Two strange disappearances have oc curred at Mankato. One of*these was that of Emma Bueha, who had heen employed by Landlord Himmelman, as cook at the City Hotel for a consider able length of time. She had been observed to act a little peculiarly, but it was not until recently that it was feared that any harm had come to her. The peculiar feature of the case is that Miss Bueha is known to have had money in the banks, to the amount of f400. This sum was not all that she had saved from her earnings, for she had also sent a considerable sum of money to her parents in Glencoe. She held a note for this. The police have done some investigating, but so far without finding a trace of her. It is feared by those who have been ac quainted with the girl that in some way she has become demented. Willian Riarden has now been absent for nearly a week, and fears are enter tained for his safety. It was discovered recently that after he left hom...

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