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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 2 February 1881

VOL, 1. NO. 10, VEUBKK Of COXQXXS8,, W, B. Waehburn, Minneapolis P1STP.ICT COUMT, piatrict Judge, O P. 8tcarna, Duluth. TAT* aiHATOK Andrew MeCrea, rerliam. RiiniieaasTATiTM. S. O Comatock, Moorhead. Paraer*" Sampaon, Crookaton. OOCWTT orricsKB. Prshate Jadge, JUgieter of Deed*, Auditor, Trea*nrer, hjhtrlff, Attorney, J&c&ool 8npertntender.t, Coroner, SarTayor, WARttBJT, 0. TAYLOR, COUNTY AUDITOR, Pays Taxes for Non-residents, J. P. Nelson, A O I i JZ Y. fleal Estate. Pays Taxes^ JOHN W. SLEE, Abstract and Land Examiner. AgamtTorR Lnn li) Pot*, MAR BIUW, kXD KlTTaQX CqpsTiM. Ppeeial attention t locating Gov ernment and B. R. liands. A. E. Johnson & Oo., Aganta for RAILROAD LAND* P. A. DUFQUR, Counselor and Attorney at Law CB00KST0N, MINN, Crookaton House, WM. BOX, Proprietar. Crookaton, Minnesota. Jfmdquarht's for Marshall County People. BU3IWS8S piRgQTOWY. MKA1 MARKET. W J. Mclntyre. MERCHANT* *hnia. Allen A Co, Gilbert, Co, McCrea Bios. SALOON. Tarrtn A Dady LUMBER W K...

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

WARREN SHEAF. A. DEWEY, Publisher. WABBEN, MINNESOTA. CURRENT TOPICS. STATISTICAL writers are already engaged in estimating the wheat crop of 1881, and they make it about480,000,000 bushels, with nearly 220,000,000 for exportation.. Many things may arise to modify these prog nostications, which are nothing but rough guesses, anyway. IT is estimated that two-thirds of the present telegraph capital of the country is watered stock, the object being to make the public pay the dividends through ex orbitant rates, and in the event of the pur chase of the lines by the government, to get therefor the full stock valuation. INDICTMENTS were found against several alleged keepers of gambling houses in St Paul by a late Ramsey county grand jury, but owing to the scarcity of convictions in such cases under the common law, in con sequence of th6 difficulty of. obtaining ad missible effective evidence, the jury called on the mayor and other city authorities to rigidly enforce the city ordinances on...

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

MINNESOTA NEWS. MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE. MONDAY, JANUAKY 24. SENATEBills were introduced to convey cer tain lands to county commissioners of Kandiyohi county, for high school purposes amending law incorporating the village of Benson relat ing to costs and disbursements in criminal ac tions amending the charter of Lake Crystal to prevent double assessments on real estate to levy a special tax on real property in St. Louis county. Bills were passed to incorporate the villages of Plutarch and Pine City to com plete the organization of Wadena county for judicial purposes. HOUSEA brief session was held last even ing. The only matter of importance was the introduction of a bill by Col. L. L. Baxter, stipulating that the state tax on railroad earn ings and land sales should be increased from 3 to 5 per cent., the additional tax to be ap plied to the payment of the old railroad bonds. TUESDAY, JANUAKY. 23. SENATEBills were introduced to incorporate the village of DoGraff authorizing the villa...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 2 February 1881

Warren DEWEY, PUBU3H*R Printed eyery Wedntad at th County Seat, Jffit^rad at the pnstofHce at Wrrn at second rlaai matter. There are only 800 patroits in Kansas, who would like a place in the coming cabinet. There arc five hundroq moulders pt St. Louis, on a ufcrike for anour advance of fifteen per cent. Henry Ward Beacher lias refused $:J00,000 a year, to stop preaching and devote Ins time tq lecturing. Frank Yiots' general store in Grand Forks, was burned to the ground last week, the fire is supposed to have origin ated from a defective chimney. Loss over and above insurance about $2,000. Scarlet fever is reported as spread-' ing rapidly among the children of Milwaukee, and diphtheria rages in Oshkosh and a number of other Wisconsin towns. Communities without adequate facilities for drainage bid fair to catch both of these diseases in epidemic form in the spring.[Fargo Argus. If a smoothly talking fellow asks 3 ou to sign a paper some of these days, don't do it, no matter if he 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. — 9 February 1881

VOL. 1. NO. U. SpSfW,**" owaatagMUMMIW PUBLIC OFFICIALS, HEM BBS OP COX6KSM. W. Waakburn, Minneapolis DUTRICT COCHT pktriet J*djr?, 0. F. Staarni, Dulitth. STATE SIXATOX. ^mdrew McCrta, Ferham. JUPBMKXTATIYK3, &. Q. Comatock, Maorhead. Barnard 8npon, Crookiton. COCJJTT orricxxs. Probata Judra, John W. Sleo. JUjiatar f Detdi, Thoi. Crrgg. Auditor, 0 TtTlor. TrMrr, J. B. Titua. H&ariff, W. T. Lackey. AttriT, A. E. Flint, gekoei Sprfntiidcrt, J, M. BIOWD. Crnr, Wm. Cairese, fhmrejor, J, P. ihon oouwrr ooMuisnoxfexi. 1ft DistrictA. F, Mclntyre, Warrh. DiitrietT. D, ktyt, Louisa. DialrietA. Diamond, Stephen. Religions XQU. Religious aenrites in the school bouse *Try tasdar at 10. SO a. Tenaperaaoe Society olgarilzatlon naeeteyery Jfri^j tTtmog at the school houae, BUSINESS CARDS. ^VA.ItItli3^. O. TAYLOR. COUNTY AUDITOR. Pays Taxes for Non-residents. J. P. Nelson, ITTORNEi't Real fataie* Pays Taxes. JOHN W. SLEE, Abstract and Land Examiner. Agent Tor R. LAXD IA FotK, MAR- SHALL AX...

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 1881

WARREN SHEAF. A. DEWEY, Publisher. WARREN, MINNESOTA. CURRENT TOPICS. ALL the bills now before congress for the new apportionment of representatives give Minnesota five members, and that number may be considered as her quota under any apportionment that may be made. ACCOUNTS from England of the effects of the cold weather reveal unprecedented suf fering from that cause. People perish in he streets of London and other large terwns. Business was almost entirely suspended, and the railroads were only kept open with the greatest difficulty. LEGISTJATTTRES are now in session in twenty-eight states, but a year hence, in most of these states, no session will be held ow ing to the general adoption of the biennial system, which everywhere gives entire sat sfaction to the people, whatever the poli ticians may say about it. HE Illinois legislature is considering a bill providing that any man convicted of beating his wife shall be publicly whipped. Careful readers of current news cannot have fa...

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 1881

MINNESOTA NEWS. MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE. SATUBDAY, JANUABY. 2t) SENATE.Bills were introduced to amend the statute relating to the exemption of personal property from execution to amend the law re lating to public examiner to amend statutes in relation to taxes on telegraph lines to amend the statute relating to re-trial of civil actions to amend the general statutes of 1 #78 relating to uniform text-books authorizing the county commissioners of Millo Lacs to construct dams. Jiills were passed relating to the construction of narty walls distraining animals doing-dam age relating to the formation of corporations lor certain purposes. ITou.sn.Not in session. MONDAY, JANUARY,flI. SENATK:Five hnnd red dollars is asked to build a l)i idge over Snake river, iu Marshall Co. $1,000 is also required to build a bridge over Otter Tail river, in Wilkin county, and $1,200 more is wanted tor another bridge in Wilkin county, over the Jiois de Sioux river. Mr. Mc Crca introduced hills to cover these a...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 February 1881

jpuar Warren Sheaf. A. PJCWET, PUBLISH** frU U4 Yry Weditiity at the County Stat. V*t*rd at ths poatoffio* at Warns at sseond elasi matUr, A pry a ev^rAn old crowbar. Dreit ipot to cattle-r-Fodder. land. Otttr Tail Co. voted to bond il jelf to aid the construction of the Minntsott Northern R. R., on Feb. 2d. An accident occurred on the S P., M. & M. R. R near Elk River last Wednesday, some 15 persons "were more or less injured, no one killed outright. The railroad bridge over the Red River between Fargo and Moor head has been completed, the first train consisting of an engine and several cars of lumber for the depot passed over. The year 1880 was the first year in which Minneapolis surpassed St. Louis in the manufacture of flour. During the past year the total flour manufactured at St. Louis was given at 1,800,000 barrels, while the rilills of Minneapolis turned out 2,042,680 barrels, leaving a surplus in favor of the Minneapolis mills of 242,680 barrels. It is said that two or ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 16 February 1881

VOL. 1. m. i2f KKMBXR or. ooiraniss. W., Washburn, Minneapolis DIBTRICT COUKT. PUirlet Jndge, Of P. Stearns, Dtilnth. STATB JISXATO*. Andrew MeCrea, rerham. KXrXKVJXTVriVBS. & G. Coastock, Moorhead. JJarnerd Sampson, Crookston. CO*JTTT orncmts. Probate Jndj dncire Register ol.&eeds, Auditor, Treasurer, Sheriff, Attorney, Bchoel 8prlat4:jlest, Cores cr, Surveyor, OOUSTt COKmSBIOXSRi, 1st DistrictA. P, Mclntyre, 34 DistrictF. D. Keye, 34 DistrictA. Diamond, Warren. Louisa. Stephen. Religlono 2etlce Religions services in the school bowse every Sunday at 10.80 a. an. Society. Teraporanee Society Grgauiiation meet every Friday evening *t the school house. BUSINESS CARDS. WARREN. O. TAYLOR. COUNTY AUDITOR. Pays Taxes for Non-residents. J. P. Nelson, ATTORNEY. toal stati. Pays Taxes. JOHN W. SLEE, 'Abstract and Land Examiner. Agent Tor R. K. LAND In POLK, MAR- IKALL AND Kl TYSON COUHTIH?. Special attention to locating Gov ernment and R. R. Lands. A. E, Johnson & Co., Agtfttt fo...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 16 February 1881

WARREINr SHEAF. A. DEWEY, Publisher. WARREN, CURRENT TOPICS. THE cabinet question, and the question of liquoi prohibition in the White House, continue to bother a good many people, as well as the incoming president. I is understood that the basis for the new apportionment in Minnesota will be 45 senators and 100 or 110 representatives The committee will not be ready to report for some days. MICHAEL DAVITT'S original sentence was to fifteen years' penal servitude, of which but eight have expired. The viola tion of his ticket-of-leave subjects him to seven more years of servitude. THE Minnesota legislature is about half through the limit of its session, and the public business is more advanced than usual at the end of thirty days. All meas ures of importance are likely to receive ade quate consideration. MR. O. V. TOTJSIJEY, of Minneapolis, has been tendered the appointment of State nupenntendent of public instruction, in place of David Burt, but he has not yet signified his acceptanc...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 16 February 1881

N i .1 with red and blue ribbons, as the avant coureur of a bill which will provide for female suffrage on the question of liquor selling. They were from every county in the state and bare the names of 31,228 persons. THURSDAY, PEBBUARY 10. SENATEThe bill for appropriating $200,- 000, to be expended within the next six years, to put the state university on a proper basis, was favorably considered, as were also the bills for trying the cottage and farm plan of taking care of the harmless insane, and encouraging higher education in the common schools. The Minneapolis charter revision was passed the county seat of Grant county can be lemoved to Herman, if the people desire it, and constitu tional amendments are proposed in order to allow women to vote on liquor questions, and to save the swamp lands from the grabbers. HOUSEMr. Hoyt introduced a resolution Eonds i rotesting against settlement of the railroad in the manner proposed The bill to grant the" right of suffrage to women on liq...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 16 February 1881

{SEP1-- A. D1WET, i They have I:'* Warren Sheaf. TtimUi try Wsdjlesday at the County, Seat. Bttorad at the pastoCire at Warrtn at necond, e}ass UMttar. to no difinite understanding as how to settle them -__-_-___ The Indian chief E,ainm.the-face was the Indian who killed Gen. -Alert. luster, in that memorable Indian light in Juno l7t He says he, killed him, cut him open and ate apart of his liver. Three engines could not draw a train from a snow bank in Kansas. And yet it is said that in that coun try they have no snow, and cattle graze all winter on the grasses of the plains. In Murdock, Minn', the snow is reported to be eleven feet deep, in the streets, and that some of thebuilt, store-keepers have made a tunnel across the street to one another's store. Archibald & Schumier's oil mill in St. Paul was burned on Friday. The Superintendent and assistant lost their lives. Loss on property about $25,000. built. The material of Arnold's North ern Tier has been bought by Mr. Chase of...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 23 February 1881

:$. i \**i IX7IS:L.IC OJT^XCIAI^. MBMBHK or OOKOnijIS. "W. Washburn, Minneapolis DISTRICT COCltT. Pi*rieW,4go, O. P. Steams, Dnlnth. STAT* 1BJJATOR, Aadrew MeCrea, Feirh&no. RXrilBMKTATl*"' jL C. Comstoek, Moorliead. kWr Salopian. Crookston. cwtrifTY orrcsjt 7rhate Jdre, ioha W. Sleo. ^Register f Deeis, Titos. Cregg. Auditor, O. Taylor. Treaanrer, J. B.. Titus, ilheriff, W. T. Lackey. Attorney, A. E. .Flint i*kool SVptrlSteader.t, J. M. Brown. Crnr, Win, Carrot, Smrreyt-r, J. P. Nelson, eOCHTT 00UM19II0KXM' IstDiatricWA/P* Melhtyre, W*rrsn. *t Diitrietrrrr. D,. keys, Jxruisa. *4 DistrictA, Diatneni, Btephsa. Religious service* ifr tk* school hoHie every t t 10,10 1,, y Socloty. Temytranef Society organization meet every IfrUtay evening at tk school hoiiat. BUSINESS OAEDS. WA,TXJ\H:?S. O. TAYLOR. COUNTY AUDITOR. Pays Taxes fog Non-residents. J- Pa Nelson. #$a/ $fofe. Pays Taxes. JOHN W, SLEE, Abstract and Land Examiner, AgeitFerK. It.- Li* I* JfoLK, MAX- IliM A* KltTaOJt COBKTIII...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 23 February 1881

WARREN SHEAF. A. DEWEY, Publisher. WARREN, MINNESOTA. CUltRENTJfOPlOS. THE proposition of Mr. Seluh Cham berlain for tho settlement of the old Minne sota railroad bonds has been considered by a joint committee of the two houses, and a billl drawn in accordance therewith, and presented to the legislature. Some of its provisions aie severely oriticisod, and its fate is considered vorv doubtful. BENATOH GAB"UANJ has written to the president of the Arkansas senate that he does not think the present congress will car ry through an apportionment bill, but ad vises the legislature to redistricfc the state mto five districts, to be operative on the passage of a new apportionment bill, so that an extra session of the legislature may not be needed. Ex-Gov. STEPHEN MIM/UK was stricken with paralysis at his home in Worthiugton on last Thursday night, and it was feared that the attack would prove fatal, but at last accounts he was slowly recovering and hopes are entertained that he may rally fro...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 23 February 1881

I' I i i! 'V U\l Porter of Trout Brook sugar works, giving an analysis of his sugar, a barrel of which was lately shipped to Washington, showing that the rude sng.ir contain* ninety-throo per cent, of puro refined sugar. W. B. Boytlon, a traveling man for Burgees Manley at Minneapolis, who eloped sometime ago with $300 to $r00 of the firm's green backs and a varioty woman named Neoskaleta an Indian maiden from Irelandwas arrested in Chicago and bi ought back to Minneapolis. Mr. Thomas L. Slaid, of the firm of Buxton & Slain", of (hvafnnna, died Hatnrday evening of spinal moningitia, after a brief sickness. De ceased was quite a .\oung man, and very highly respected b\ all who know him. was" mar ried only about four months ago to a daughtor of Hon.'II JVI Hastings. Mrs. Lmolino 'om PIW of Bear Valley, Waba sha (ountv, lias just beon granted a'pension, on ac'eouut of the death of her son, Charles S. Coin ei-ao, oi company K, oighth Illinois infant ry, who was killed in the battle ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 23 February 1881

Warren wife. Sheaf. k. DEWKY, PCHUSHHK Printed svory WtdaAt* t the Cognty 8at, JSt*rK! at U* postoffie* at WrrK at second, cjaas matter, The best Home RuIeiv-T-a good 'LIH.l IHI Jameatowu D, T-, will h*ye a daily newspaper about March. 1st. When a St, PauJ railroad man pops the question he lays, consolidate. "[Ex, An exchange says, "Men are like pins. ,-One with a grnall head may be just as sharp, perhaps sharper, than one with a big head." Jas. J. Hill of the St. P., M. & M. hae ordered the plans drawn xrp \A iMin for his $150,000 hote1 a^ Lake netonka. It will have all modern improvements Men do not sit down on icy side walk dimply to get warm or to at tract attention. They do it, it is said, "because they want time to think."[Fargo Republican. Snow birds on toast is the ex tremely dainty dish that occasion* ally tickles the palate of .the con vivial St. Vincentite. Good? Why gentlemen, it beats ham![St. Vin cent Herald. Frank L&Koae, of Pembina coun ty, Dakota, who escape...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 2 March 1881

VOL W 1. NO. 14. .viimmFiEiaMiHBitfaBWamiiiuiMiTiH rtri*x,ie OFFICIAL. MEMREK OF COKORES3. W. TVghburu, Minneapolis DISTRICT COUKT. piakiet Judge, O, P. Stearns, Buluth, STATE SENATOR. Aadrew McCrca, Fcrham. REI*RESKMTATIT?(5. V, G. Comstock, Moorhead. Barnard Sampson, Crookston. CODJfTT OFFICERS. Probate Jadpe, Jlsgiater of Deeds, Auditor, Treasurer, Sheriff, Attorney, School Superintendent, Drner liarTejor, John W. Slee. Thog. Gregg". O. Taylor. J, 13, TUus. W, T, Lackey. A. E. Flint. J. M. Brown. Wm, Carrcsc-., J. P. Nelson. COUXTT COMMISSIONERS. 1st DistrictA. P. Mclntyre, ad DietjrietF, D. Keye, Sd DiafrictA, Diamond. Relirrlotis Notice. Religion* services in the school lionse every Sunday at 10.30 a. na. Swcicty. Tamperanee Society organization meet every Friday evening at the school house. BUSINESS CARDS. AVAxwsKrsr. 0. TAYLOR. OUS^TY AUDITOR. Pays Taxes for Non-residents. Ja P.o Nelson,. r.r rr N 13 A. fteal Estate. Pays Taxes, WN"W7SLEE^ JUDGrE OF pilOBATJ JurUdiclion in HO...

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

wnrnrr~itii'~i* WARREN SHEAF. A. DEWEY, Publisher. WABEE3T, MINNESOTA. CURRENT TOPICS. SENATOB CONKLING of New York, vis ited Gen. Garfield at his home in Mentor, Ohio, and was closeted with him for sever hours. Beyond this nothing is known, but the papers are filled with speculations as to the import of the visit, all agreeing in one thing, that it possesses considerable polit cal significance. IT is stated that the epidemic, small pox, now raging .in some sections of southern Dakota was carried there by newly-arrived emigrants, and widely distributed among the French Canadian settlements by public funerals and other practices common to people ignorant or indifferent to the proper treatment of contagious diseases. HE land regulations adopted byjthe Canadian syndicate are said to be of such a character as will be likely to induce emi grationthat the lands will be sold at ten shillings per acre, four shillings to be paid in cash, and the balance to stand on mort gage, which will be c...

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

_t iU MINNESOTA NEWS. MINNESOTA. LEGISLATURE. BATttttDAY, FEBRUAItT 19. RENVTESflnator Gilflllan, of Hennepin conn ty inkroclncod bill entitled "a bill to provide for the compromise and settlement of cortain disputotl claims against the utate, and to apply the proceed* of the internal improvement lands of the state in full satisfaction thereof." TBe whole question comes up as a special order on Monday. Tiie committee on financo reported in favor of making an additional appropriation to the three noimal schools. $2,000 to the Winona and $3,000 each to the Manlcato and St. Cloud schools. 'J ho senate, in committee of the -whole, voted down a pioposition to amend the house bill winch increases the salary of the district judges fiom $2,.500 to $3,500 by fixing the salary at HOUSEA routine day, devofod to business. Nothing of paihcular interest, except a report made in 1 egard to tho normal schools by tho finance committee, and the passage of the fol lowing at ite b.Ui: amending statutes...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 2 March 1881

^BSttact Pa** _. fttthe can iaaeecffict Paga l/arrcn 6/..J A- DJfWfcY, P-BUiHER Prmtd mry Wednesday at the County 8a ttafcrtd i*^^**' *COB(i' P. on Thui _daj Feb 21th. Dakota women axe said to bie jr-aily all wlmtisrs Now we know (There oir bh/'ards startf_cm [F.r- gnp Falls Journal There are 750,000 bushel of corn }n cribs aloiip tne Ire ago & North western lailroad Boon county, lows, aw aitmg shipment The Ada Mei vrill 1 ,m wcgian pasje aher the fu^t of April" "1 on tommenci lg lis secondyeai, and r:: --_ _- _^ =r week ap,o last Monday the 1 ,1 7 B^ai-weekl) I argo K^"J makecontinued. a succos Messrs Hall can. tain an entrance into the building Tbe Granite tired waitinp, Dakota turned out 1 hink of th. 1 womec' to shovel 10 town or city the exempted home wiaall exempt i-anv ttistnc- tvthich *..*V____ji S'_ -lOSiJ The following receipt for keeping lamp chmmtja f_oi_i lpckmgis taken from the Diamond, a Leipzig journal devoted to thegla_! mteiest Place }cur tnmbleist, tthimnejs o...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
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