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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 31 December 1881

4xautha.dit.raui. i.-Tpm.-""BUBat.K5!)g)BBpi winrtid,iiif"r,""M Ifarm? Sto*$ W. A. A^W'ATER, PUBLISHER. #fcvtjd evwy. Saturday at Warren, Mian. glared at Sh& postoffiee n\ Warren as second- 960.000. To loan to parties i rin ^at? of intrt 10 per. cent, ^r boaui GK BA Eg Peacral PaMHr and Freight Agent. Canadian Paeific Kailw^y. Going Goinir. North. South. leave 5:00p.m.arr42:05 p. m. STATIONS. t. Vincent, OEnisraon, Ponaimoa City, 5:35 (5:00 :20 6:35 6:55 7:20 7:45, 8:05 ifro*t, Leave South. Leave North. Passenger, 2.57 m. Passenger 8.00 p. in. Freight, 12.00 m. Freight, 12.00 m. STEPHEN. Henry Lane, Station Agent. Leave South, Leave North Passenger, 2.30 p. m. Passenger, 2.30 Freight, 11.20 a. m. Freight, M8 prove up. commission N o' Apply to JOHN MCLEAN, Crookston. Minu. UB '/.OLD'IWONEEK $OUTE." JUIXS LBAV3R *r?ON: Goiftjplaitr- "rt-tt a, ra, Daujj except Sunday. fcSOp.ffi, A GittS West Y:85 a. m. Daily, except Sunday. :S5p,m^ gfe^ping car* on all night train to and from 11:35...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 5 January 1882

_-! VOLUME 2, NO. 6. WAKKEN SHEAF, PUBLISHED E\3K"i THDR^D\Y. ipjr. A. A'JTW ITER, Proprieto r. UJVERflSING KATES' Fpaoe 1 2 1m Inch di 3 6 $ .W 75 1 50 1 76 2 0 3 GO 6 00 10 00 ?1 00 1 25 2 2 is i 00 4 5 8 00 IS 00 tl 5) 2 00 0 inc ie JncJies 4 nidies %t )tuum enlun a eolnmn $3 00 1 50 7 00 10 00 12 00 18 09 2b 00 40 00 $4 50 00 10 00 15 00 10 (.0 28 mi ^2 00 70 00 $6 fO 10 00 IB 10 22 00 SO (0 40 Of 60 CO 100 If 3 0 6 50 7 25 15 (O 25 00 Lei1 notices it IPG^I lit e. Tiansient ad veiling, CASH, othu *K!\I rtising to be rmid *aontIiTy, Loc irnotices ten cents pei line In st iitrte, subsequent nisei lions fhe cents a line rfach- week. No 1 eduction in 1 ites. CMIiBCH lilRECTOItY, E CHURCrI,Rsr. A. E, Itnt, Fas ter Kegntai Sei vices eveiy Siblntli, at 11, A M. and 7, P. M. Sibbatu Scuool it 13, ^VisJuta oifjriciJLiL.^. MEMBER OF COXOKESS. W* Washburn, Minneapolis DISJTRICT COURT, ttsti let Judge, O Steuns, Duluth k*k, Neloon. STATE SENATOR. ^tfdreAvMcCiea, Peiliara. REPRESENT \.TIVES....

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 5 January 1882

THE WAEEEN SHEAF." W. A. ATWATER, Publisher. WAEEEN, I .MINNESOTA. SENATOR VEST of Missouri will get "pulled down" if he doesn't bridle his tongue. told senators that the strong minded women appeared before them in behalf of then claim to suffrage, "in short hair and shorter skirts" and wanted the subject referred to the committee on revo lutionary claims. THE practice of cremation has made ex traordinary advances in Italy, no fewer than eighteen societies to secure its promotion having been established. The crematory of Milan, which has been in existence only about ome year, has burned more than 150 bodies, many of -which were taken thither from foreign countnes. JUDGE CHARLES W CLISBEE of Michi gan, formerly reading clerk of the house of representatives, has been re-appointed by Clerk MePherson. Judge Clisbee pos sesses two qualities that are very much in his favor. can decipher and read with out hesitation the most villainous manu script and no confusion and noise in the "beer ga...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 5 January 1882

I a lower to a higher grade. fro mlr Srado The committee on nomination reported the following, who were elected officers of the con vention for the ensuing year. rresidfent-O. M. Lord of WinohaT Vice PresidentG. F. Cowing of Otter Tail. SecretaryA. H. Eugatrom of Goodhue. Committee of ArrangementsC. W. Smith of Hennepin W. H. Sanders of Douglas, and C. W. Levins of Freeborn. After adopting resolutions on the death of Hon. David Burt and favoring the continuance of the association as a permanent organization, to meet at the oallof "the state superintendent and the committee on arrangements, were also adopted, and the convention adjourned sine die. RAILROAD ADJUSTMENT BONDS. They Ave Now in the Hands, of the State Offi cers for Signature, Preparing for Issue About January 2History of the Efforts tor Negotiation, Ending in the Issue of Four and a Half Per Cents. Fremthe Pioneer Press, 24 th. Inquiry at the State house "elicits the fae* that up to the present time none of the Min nesota...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 5 January 1882

M^umtmamm.m.nmt *m\ ^..i-ei n'lmSip ifiH H^arA* S/teq/ W 1, ATWATIR, Pt liU&HKR. Printed efwy Thursday ntWtiren.Mmn. $Mred *s the postoMee at Warren as seoond das* matter teo.oco. To loan U" parties desiring to prove up lUte of mtrct 10 per ctnt. No eemmiision pr bonn Apply to JOHN MCLEAN, Crookston. Minn., TfORTHKEtH PACIFIC RAILROAD. TIB "OLD JPIONIEU ROUTE." MAIXS LA T LrirDp Semglist 1 to a. Dallr, except Sunday. ISO p. ni' 6lag Wt*t 7 5 a Daily, tzctpt Sunday. S5pm Sloping cars on all night tiams to and from Dtdatkandtt Paul, O BA.RNES, Senaral PasMgr and Freight Agent. Canadian Pacific Railway. Going North. TATIOX8 Going South. leare 5 OOp ra 5 35 00 8 20 6 85 6 55 190 745 8 05 arrl2 0Sp 1135 a 10 50 10 25 10 08 55 9 35 9 05 8 4"5 A*. Vincent, Eoawson, "DoMiuioa City, Arnand, Pu frost, Otterbnrne, Niverviile, St. Norbert, & Boniface June. 8k Boniface, Refreshments, All trains clailj except Sundays Through coaches and elegant sleeping cars are BOH run between Winnipeg a...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 12 January 1882

~p VT^WKT' ~~vr-^- VOLUME 2, NO. 7. inch rnch ^sJSsmaEsasaissQffiKEssBssnaaGEBCin n^umiaaaaagg WARREN SHEAF, fUIUiISKED EVERY TftURSDAT. W A A WATER, Proprieto r? ADVEKT1SING RATES Fnaee. 1 w. lin. kosiriaJEiBN N 3 m. Cm, f .50 .7 1.50 1.75 2.ro 8.60 ft.IK) 10.01) fi.no 1.25 2.'iS 2.75 4 00 4.5 8.00 $1.51 2.00 5.50 4.7o- C.50 7.25 15.00 (2 li'icUea.. inches.. $ inches.. Vj ciiiniii. ci'Uwn. 1 C'l'l'im-i. $3. 4,50 T.00 10.00 12.00 18.00 29.0.0 $4.50 6.00 m.on $6.(0 10.00 io:op 15.001 22.00 ia. oo 28.00 42.00 70.00 30.00 40.00 60. CO 100.1.0 15,(JOI 25.00 40.00 I^-ernl notices at legal rate". Transient ad fertis'mg, CASH other, advertising to be paid iflONllilv. Lf iT notices ten cents per line tivst Itiiie subsequent insertions five ceuts a line '$r.c!i week. No reduction in rates. CHUEMJH DtRECTOBY* K. E. C'lUKOH,li3v. A. E. Fust, Pas tor. Beg-nlir ft:rvic6s every Sibba.th, at 11, A. M.- and T, P. M.- Sabbath School at 12, M. MEMBER OF CONGRESS. W.D.Washburn, Minneapolis DISTRICT CO...

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 January 1882

W. A. ATWATEB, Publisher. WARREN, MINNESOTA. Arrest of High Toned Pension Robbers. At Little Rock, Ark., Judge P.O. Dooly and Hon. Caspar Altenberg. prominent Republican members of the legislature, -were arrested by the United States marshal on in formation lodged by Special Agent Brews ter Cameron, charging them with the fraudu lent collection and detention of pensions. The arrest causes considerable surprise and comment, as the firm has been regarded as one of the most responsible legal firms in the fetate. Judge Dooly is county attotney, Small Pox at Keofcuk, Iowa, The disease that broke out among the students of the medical college is now ac knowledged by all physicians, including the faculty, to be smallpox. The college has been closed in accordance with orders issued by the board of health, and students not affected are leaving the city as rapidly sis possible. As none but medical students are affected, it is still believed that the origin of the disease lies in the handling o...

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 January 1882

1 '1 oateier, gives the following recipes fot stuffing turkeys For an ordinary bread staffing: Soak a loaf of stale bread orumbs in milt add quarter pound beef suet chopped very fine, parslev, thyme and sweet mar jdram, one fresh egg well beaten salt and pepper to taste. A favorite style with him is to stuff with sausage meat. Set a sauce pan on the fire with about half an ounce of butter in it when melted add an onion chopped hne, stir, and when nearly inea add also the heart and liver of the bird chopped fine, six ounces of sausage meat, stir about ten minutes take from the fire, mix the yolk of an egg, also four or five mushrooms with it or two trufles if pre ferred, chopped, put back on the fire five minutes, stirring all the while, take Irom the fire fill the bird with the mixture, roast or bake. Hyacinths. A correspondent of the Housekeeper gives pome simple rules for glowing hy acinths, fiom which it is evident that every house may easily be beautified with some of these bril...

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 January 1882

kt ^l|f rtJj.1AJ6H?11PTS Warren Sheaf. W. A, ATWATES, J. P. A O N E #02/ Estate. Pays Taxes. JOHN W, SLEE, JJ OTAR pUBLIQ AND CONVEYANCER, WARREN, Cfttokston House, WM. BOX, Proprietor. Crookston, Minnesota.- Headquarters for Marshall County People: 500,000 HO LOAN ON IMPROVED FARM PROPERTY. Low Bates of Interest. forms easy Call on or address CHAS. E, HAMILTON, *3m25 Crookston, Minn. R. C. SNT'DEK, Wagons, Sleighs and Cutters MADE TO ORDER. NEW SLEIGHS O MNS. Jobber and Repairer! Neck Yokes and whiffletrees Ironed Ready ior Use. kit TO LOAN AT NINE PER CENT, FOR FIVE YEARS To parties wishing to ROVE UP," H. C. MENTZER, J. F. NELSON, Atftirnevland Counselorat Law? LtVarren, Marshall Cov. Mian. NOTARf PUBLIC -=-A}:TD- CLERK OF DISTRICT COtlRT. ihsnra&dg and Steal EstmSi DEEDED LANDS FOR SALE. PRAIrttE AND WOOD LANDS. Choice Lands Selected and Entries Made. fT?TThe l:uv provides that .ill Final Proofs in-Settlers Claims may bo talcen before Ihe erk of Court vvj inutJo far it in 0&...

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 January 1882

VOLUME 2, 8. 'WARKEN SHEAF. PUBLISHED EVERY iijJnch 1 tnch 2 iftches.. 3 incites.. 4 inolieH.. *4 C'/bunn. *b ci'Jinun. 1 col11inn. THURSDAY. -W. A A WATER, fcpace. 1 w. Proprietor. ADVERTISING RATES 2 w. In. 3 m. 6 m. $ .SO .75 1.50 1.75 2.-0 3.SQ .CU 10.00 lyr ifl.00 1.25 2.2r 2.75 i ro 4.50 8.00 15.00 $1.50 2.00 3.50 4.75 6.50 7.25 15.00 25.00 $3.00 4.50 7.00 10.00 12.00 IS.00 2a. oir 40.00 $4.50 6.00 10.00 15.00 19. CO 28.00 42.00 70.00 $6.(C 10. (X 1. 22.0( 30.1H 40. G0.f( 100.1' Legal notices at legal rates Transient ad vertising, CASH other advertising to be paid tnonl lily. Local notices ten cents per line lirst time subsequent insertions live cents a line each week. No reduction in rates. CHUItypH DIBBCTOBX- M. E. CHUROH,liov. A. E. FLINT, Pas tor. RegalirServices every Sabbath, at 11, A M. and 7, P. M. Sabbath Seliool at 12, M. ITJI5IL.I C^ OFFICIALS. MEMBER OP CONGRESS. W. Washburn, Minneapolis DISTRICT COURT. District Judge, O. P. Stearns, Dnlntli. Clerk, J- Nelson. STAT...

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 January 1882

THE WARREN SHEAF. W. A. ATWATEB, Publisher. WARBEN, MINNESOTA. THE SHERIFF'S CHRISTMAS STORY. And the Difficulties lie Encountered in tell ing it to the Boy'sA Hunter whose Hair Turned White in a Single Night. Eighty years ago on Christmas eve," said the sheriff, "Uncle Peleg Underhill's grand father's hair tamed as gray as a badger." It was 11 o'clock p. m. The Crissman House was closed, and the lights were turned out, but some of the boys were lin gering by the gemal new base-burner stove, where theyhad been exchanging experiences during the evening. The stove was radi ant. Its beams fell warmly on the dog Ctesar on the floor. They lit the jovial face of the county clerk as the early sunbeams illume the tin rooster on the hotel barn, and kissed the nose of the sheriff until its reflected light surrounded him with a halo of glory. They prlo #ed on the decanters back of the bar with a soft intensity that emphasized the labels, and they even climbed to the "No trust" sign, and clothe...

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 January 1882

(!r^.r *^^4r^ Vuilt tuese roads mid established thorn as connecting lines leading to millions of homesspreading out, fan-shaped, from the great commercial centers to the inv mense radius of wheat nelas, pastures, for ests and mines where the property which they transport is produced, and forming unbroken channels of commerce between the most distant parts of the country. These aggregations ef capital are formed under the laws, and are fostered and regulated by the contracts with the state under which they are created. They should of course, be also restrained by law, and aggression upon private rights, extortion and wrong should be resisted. Bu simply because they are corporations, because they are powerful in their resourses and capabilities does not destroy the faot that they have been of incalculable benefit to mankind and to civilization, and that we can hardly con ceive of an evil which they might cause that we would not cheerfully endure rather than to have them obliterated fr...

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 January 1882

ilf_53!''__:__ w? Warren Sheaf, VV. A. A t'V'.^TEi ruBLiftUEi! Priiil'j.I every TUur-vi-tv at Warren, Minn. Raitroad Time Table. PAi-'L Dcp. MINNEAPOLIS. P.aj "r.P i'KFALI..- a.,i. A.M. I,AI.:CKSVII.TK 7.10 i.Y.NpON s.200 KtiOKSTON i 7::i5 m, Da'IT, except Sunday. frSOp.m, Ill 'OF.J /?e -jf/ Estate. Brick and Store CciT.fliU in stock, 'JAa.jg.g ijtac. uw^pvt^aa. iyc. OTrsBq^apsqagjaaja^'WT^^ St. Pail!, Minneapolis &, MM\-\ in reference foikq)* tr.Ko Rii'hwiu antl organization of Polk. i_ca nanvuty, _.., xonrn. S0VT1IV 7.30 A. 7. !5 y.'ior. it 10.00 g.P,5 5.1S .?3 y.02 2.35 n.-i5A. :,i. Warren, .i v. A 1 3 WAh'liKN 1.37 IV M. .III VI,I a.ov STINt'iiKN 2.3."* ft. V. v., NT... Air. 4.-!.-. l)Cp. ?.I. C. WRIGHT, AKNT ^'"JiffiTIilEKS PACEFIC ISASkiaOA. HE ".OL-i PIONEER ROUTE." TJ'.AINS LEAVE GLVIs'ItUX: {i fioinir West 7:Ti m. D:v.1v, except Sunday. p, m. Sleeping ears mi all night trains to and fr,om G. K, BARNES, GtMior.il Passenger and Freiyiit Ayent, {:aMa_l_j_ Fac.sl'ic Kaiilwi...

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 January 1882

*r-~ I HI li iftW VOLUME, NO. 9. ^wgfcjMaiaaziBSBtgaegagMawyM^^ WARREN' SHEAF.. l'L'HUSHED KVEItT TIIUKSDAY. AT. A# ATWATJUI3., Faropr'letoiv ADVERTISING KATES -D!ct\ 1 w. 2 w. 1 m. 3... in.-h 1 iiicli ifir!-es... 3 incvn?s... 4 inches... *4 lUltlfl.. & ci-lun n.. IlTJF~J:4 3 m. 1 m. f .."i 7 l.r.o 1.75 2..'0 3.SO fi.CU 10.(10 Wheat, No. 1, bird. $1k_ Best kero3aii3 oil Blee's, "Warren. G1OTG3 1 y: ?i.(i .fi..r)'i l.sr.i I.VM 0 _.).-, 2.7.r i on 4,:V S.Oi) 15.00 $ $4.50 4.50! C.Ofl 7.00 JfC. 10.I-: lfi. 1' S.S'I 10. Ml 4.75J 10.00 6.51)1 12*00 7.25 1S.00 15.(0! 2rt.0f) 15.001 22.(1 19.10 30.1.1 28.00 40.0 42.00 Gil.( 2 *.00 io.oo 7o.o vi'm.!, Leol notices at li'gal. rate*. Transient a:' crtisin:, CASH other advertising to he nai. monlhlv. Lo'.-nl notices ten cents per line firs tinii* subsequent insertions five cents a lin rich week. No reduction in rates, WAEILEN. LODGE, NO. 150, A. I A.M. IlPt':ulw Meetings the. First an'" ""bird Wednesd^^ EVeuina: of eae Alonlh, at Masoai'e I...

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 January 1882

i?f,t 1 THE WARREN SBEAF.~ W. A. ATWATER, Publisher. WARBEN, MINNESOTA. TheKeyes Divorce Case Settled. A dispatch from Madison, Wis., says: Tho Kejes devorce case has been settled and there will be no contests in the conrts. Mrs. Keyes goes to Chicago not to return. She takes her personal effects and furniture and her husband makes her an allowance in lieu of dower rights, the amount of which is not made public. The circuit court meets Jan. 23, when a decree of di vorce will be asked for and obtained with out opposition. ^m^ A Minnesotlan's Suicide in Massachusetts. W. Plummer, a flour merchant of Minne sota who went to Lynn, Mass., some time since for medical treatment, committed sui cide at the Danvers insane asylum last week by shattering a mirror and severing his jugu lar vein with a broken piece therefrom. While at a friend's house in Lynn he at tempted suicide by taking laudanum, but the attempt was frustrated, and soon after he was prevented from discharging a loaded gun Pt h...

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 January 1882

a great nation, and led a poor insane man of encompass what they wonld hail with satisfac tion, as wonld probably hundreds of other pol iticians if it conld have occurred other than through assassinationthe removal of Garfield who stood in the way of their unrighteous and disgraceful struggle for office. Why, the peo ple will say some one is at fault. They will say we will fix the blame upon the heads of those men who made war upon our poor dead president until it drove this poor insane manfrom the daily papers "what Grant says," "what Conkling says" and from constantly thinking upon itto his insane act of killing the president. And there are men in high places, the really culpable ones, who will go down to posterity with a stigma upon their names and the detestation of their countrymen fastened upon their memories. Scoville alluded to Guiteau's remark when told by Gen. Reynolds that Arthur and Conk ling and other stalwarts abhored his crime, and Guiteauinterrupted, saying: I did no...

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 January 1882

Warren Sheaf. (Y. A. ATWATIR, PoBMaarat. JMniedawry Thariday at Warren, Minn. 3afcved at fee posto ffice at i Railroad Time Tabla. $1 Paul, Minneapolis & Mani toba Railway, "NORTH. COUTH. 6t. PAUL Dep. 8.15 P. M. Arr. 7.5q A. MINNEAPOLIS. 8.55 7.35' "FERGUS FALLS 6.30 A. M. 11.20 l\ bAKNESYJLLE. 7.10 10.00 GLYNDON 8.20 d.3$ CROOKSTON ti 30 5.15 WARREN 'i.'-37r. M. 3.33 ARGYLK 2.07 3.02 STEPHEN 2.35 2.35 St. VINCENT...Arr. 4.45 Dep. 13.45A. si. M. O. WRIGHT, AGEN T, Warren. ^ITHEKN PACIFIC RAILROAD. TQE "OLD rPIONEER ROUTE." THAIK8 LEAVE GLTXDON: 'Stela East 7:35 in. Daily, except 8uncUjr. S:30p. m. fkia West 7:&5 a. m. Daily, except Sunday. 6:55 p. m. Sleeping cars on all night trains to and from Btdiith arid St. Paul. G. K. BARNES, General Passenger and Freight Agent. 3n CK4U H| Pacific Igailway. yEnrm flea! Estate. Pays Tax ps JOHN W. SLEE, OTARY pUBLIQ AND ^CONVEYANCER, WARU, MINN. Special attention to locating railroad or gov finin^iit lands. J. 0. CRAIG, Plain and Ornam...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 February 1882

VOLUMES, NO.iHl. WARREN SHEAF, run |IT-RI-:D KV lillY THOKSDAY. W. A A'JTWATKJR, Proprietor. ATVE1{T181 RATES t'W-O". 1, hi-fi 1 tn-ij il- 2 !l!C 4 1IV!**. l4 2 w. 1 in, 1 8 is. 1 in. f'iffiH.. is Inn:.. fit un-i.. PUIJIiXC OST TV'GJI To 1 yf. ?i.O: ?1.5':j &).f'S $j.50 .''".j l.ii' I.OOt *.60' fi.OO J.Mj 2.'^"! 1.T3I '2.75 ?:'(i i S.f.flj 4.5:) *..'0 10. Wi 3.5'1| r.OOj 10.Wl lfi.f'f 4.7* 10.00 15.001 23. (i() C.S'il lj.CK) 13.'Oi i) 7A3I 13.!hi| 2R.0) 40. ce A.00 R.uOi 15.CO' "S.flff .0O| 60.CO !0.IV IS.00 2.W! 4'I.Ofl. 7'i.0'/ 100. (i(( Lo notices at 1 IT 1 vate-. Transient ad- vt'Tti-'-niL^, r.wr.n olhur advertising to he paid Dlo!"ii::1y, J.o.j.r! ii.ilii.-e it-n cpnls per line first tin1: .-r.bsequcni InscvtU.-iu livo cents a lino eacL* week. No rediulion in raiC*. W.UiKEN A. M. -ODLiE, NO. 150, A. F. & Ttvtrnlnv- greetings the First and \VTtiit-ii Wednesday Evening of oftc.' VX^T Moi-.lli, at Masonic ill, -Corner 1st N^' ,-ii. -.'n-i 1'ariv Ave. Vi:dHug Brothers ill g...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 February 1882

THE WAKEEN SHEAF. W. A. ATWATER, Publisher. WARREN, MINNESOTA. Destructive Eastern Blizzards. On Friday last a heavy gale from west northwest did much "damage in portions of Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont. I was very severe at Pittsfield, Mass. Th Congregational church steeple was blown down, another steeple badly damaged, and mu ch loss occasioned by the tearing up of trees and fences, the demoli tion of chimneyH, siens, etc. Three per sons were injuredMrs. Godfrey probably fatally. Thousands ot dollars' worth of property was destroyed. At North Adams a one-story brick building 800 feet long be longing to the Zylovite works, containing some valuable machinery, was blown en tirely from the foundation. Th details of the losses of property fill a large space but there were but few if any fatalities. The Jeaiaiette. NEW YORK, Jan 31.The Herald has the following via French Atlantic cable: PARIS, Jan. 31.Lieut. Denenhower tele graphs me the following direct: IEKOUTSK, Ja...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 February 1882

for Cox'e position on the bench. B. Kuhl man of Minneapolis, foimerly of New Ulm, had Been Cox intoxicated at New Ulm, and also in Minneapolis, in October last George Kuhlman also testified to the same ef fect. A Chapman of Lake Benton had seen Cox "drunk as a lord," at New Ulm. Thomas George of Lake Benton testified to the same ef fect. J. W. Liscombe of Marshall had also seen Cox intoxicated in court. Home of the rulings of the court on Wednesday, were favorable to the prisoner and gave the defence some encouragement. On Tlmraday, 26kh, M. B. Drew, Charles W. Stj lea, J. T. Mathews, Thomas Downs, 8. Miller, a:id Geoige Miller testified that they had obsei ved Cox when intoxicated on and off the bmch. On Piiday, 27th, after the-*examination of a few witnesses, the prosecution abandoned some of the charges, and the aenate on motion dis missed several others. The vote on Fri day makes the impeachment rest upon the charges of diunkeness alone. Whether the senate will hold drunkenness ...

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