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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 February 1882

pyffiHH^gMMw^^ *7 ~i ,i. uriMt, ?-ia- [ivir*3. jfowrt-i .if, :i .r. F'JBLT&flEI'., i" at W .irren, Minn. W arm) as aecond- alt** i tit[. E3'ii!r-ii 71 ri')!3, St, PJUI *i :mi))!i3 & Mani toba Railway. NORTH. f3-.~JVTTt, Ds' vr M. Arr.POUTJT. '.WA.M WTN-A/POT,*. s.55 7.3r i'i'S FALLS CSC A. if. H.2r. i.!A -^v'i-'J.E.' 7.10 10.00 iLVN: st. v.i: 8*2 0 ?.K C::--'". S' 'JN r..so r.t: V,'\:::K:c l.n: 3.33 AI'.-'T.'.LT-: 2.07 3.02 ,i ,f ...A-r. -1.45 Dn. U.A. M. M. C. VvLU'V.LT, Acr.ST, Warren. K*STiiSJ35f PACIFIC iA5iRA2J. TUE "OLD PIONKKPv ROUTE." 'THAlttS LEAVE GLYKDON: Soinp F!^t- r.K a. m. ii1y except Sunday4 i:Si) m. Ginsr WVf-- 7:'i,"j in. Daily, excpt Sunday ti:.V m. F1-Yln^ t.vivg on :-,n night trains to nil from SmliUhan:! St, P.-ti.L G. K. TUENF-8, General Passenger an Freight Agent. PTATfOVB, Coma Gnintr North. South. fe. Tiic^u, le.iv. 5:0i):.'ii.arrt:3: :i y. u. 5:'.--., .r 11 a. .riiinum City, tf:G0 10:5(1 Ann.:'': :2l :2 5 i f\. ,v. t, fi:35 10:08 O Tri^me" 6:55 9:5...

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 1882

a iwecfect pagg 1fOUME9, NO. 12. WAESEN- SHEAF, I'UBUsHED EVERY THURSDAY. ^^.Jl^WATSB,. Proprietor ADVERTISING KATES 1 w. I 'J v?. I 1 m.-'| 3D), I 0 rti, ^4 imntj.. i.. i JU-'C J: 1'iril'l.. ?f' r4.1l ""tices at lv"T rate'. Transient ad ^LisLinj, I:ASU oilier iidverti's'ng to be paid flfv'iflih-.' notice--. K-n cor..^ per Tine tivst '1f -iil)-.r'f:lie:it insertions i^ve cents a tine ^Mvcclt. "No reduction in rules. A-M-, WARREN LODGE, SO. 150, A. F. & 7t.-j-:n?ar Meeting the Fir.t 'and 'IT V'"'ii'' VTedne v.'i:i.v Eve-.i'ha.- of eac' Y'X ''^-ifl. rJ. M-woui'.o Ilili, Corner 1st *ey^ :-v. i' nc -Wo YiMm Brother, hi go "A siaudiiy, cordially "invited. $'JF7J3 E. W. EOSSMAN. W. M. MENTZER, Sec'y- Af, E, 0!UJ3'. (,-.r. K---v -uT A-. "I. ^n:L 1\ M. ^ib'ju.i School at 13, M. MT.MnfiPi Of CONCrRESS. M\ D. Wash I urn, Minneapolis DISTRICT COURT. JMr-rrict Jud^rc, O. V. t'learns, '"ninth. L'Tt.-1'k, J,'i*. Nelson. STATE SENATOR. n-lrf\*. McCve:i, -s Perlwm. KIJi'RE^EXTATIVKS. *l. Coras!...

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 1882

THE WARBEN SBEAF.~ W. A. ATWATER, Publisher. WARBEN, I I MINNESOTA. IT is estimated that there are new 75,000 trangers in Florida a number largely in excess of any previous seasonbut not so many as there would have been had the winter proved more severe. THE French Canadians are flocking into the bordering states in great numbers. In the 35 principal towns of Massachusetts they number 109,645, in 554,138 of popula tionor about one in four. Between the Irish, French and other incoming national ities, the original yankee is likely to lose his distinctive position at home. CHIEF JUSTICE DTJBFEE has decided, at Providence, E. I., that the so-called repu tation clause the Rhode Island liquor law of 1881 is unconstitutional. The clause reads as follows: "Every person who shall keep a place in which it is reputed intoxi cating liquors are kept for sale without hav ing a license therefor, except as provided in section 55 of this chapter, shall be fined not more than $20 or imprisoned more 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. — 16 February 1882

ARMY CHANGES. The Retirement ot Gen. Meigs, Paymaster "Generd Brown and OthersThe Promotion.*. Brevet Major Gen. Meigs, quartermaster gen eral, and Brig. Oen. Nathan W. Brown, nay master general, were placed upon the retired Hat on Monday. The president has sent the following nominations to the senate: OoL D. H. Backer, assistant quartermaster general, to be duartermaster general vice Gen. Meiga, retired. Maj. Wm. Roches ter, paymaster general, vice Gen. Brown, re tired. The retirement of Gen. Moigs will promote Lieut. CoL JameB A. Elkin, deputy quarter master general, to the rank of colonel and as sistant quartermaster general Major James J. Dana to the rank of lieutenant colonel and deputv quartermaster general, and Captain An drew?. McGonnigle to the position of major and quartermaster. This, with the retirement of Capt William T. Howell, assietant quarter master, which has been announced in orders, will create two vacancies in the list of captains, which will toe filled by execu...

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 1882

'f'f fjji#fMMWwgj'w|J 1 i PtTBT.H-HER, TU urvlay at Warren, Mian. poito II"ft 'it "Wi ra ss second- 'r^aJ Viiin* TVtJls, Do. ft' rinrmli .?o li.so il."7 ^2.0T STATfON 8, .'JjOTAEYpUBLTC AND CONVEYANCER,^ 'WA^, MINE". Special attention to locating railroad or gov liiluieilt lauds.' J. CRAIG, Plain and Ornamental LASTESE JL Brlcl: SIT,ent niK Stoiie fe in __l*Vi.-jJ*S.W .KttatHpupeat. & MasonI Lime' Hair and tocld 'WU. BOX,....: Proprietor. Crookston, Minnesota. FTeddquarters for Marshdll People. ASSESS X^ SPECIAL NOTICE. AiinersonK TRESPASSING on this ^n:ls jbf the ST. PAUL MiK^KA.roiis AND MANI- TOBA RAILWAY COMPANY by cutting or removing any of the TIMBER .thereon will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. Any parties desiring to PURCHASE TIMBER LOTS of the -cSrapaiiy can make their applica tions direct to JAMES B. POWER, Lanr! Commissioner St.P., M. and M. Fvy. fet Paul, M^nn., Nov: 15 1S81. nl3 Me Mariie E. F. MolNTYRE. Qh IN THEIR SEASON. lmpficfct e*g@ wicauuj^a^ttii...

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 1882

VW II' w: 1*3 WARBjEN SHEAF,, W, A. ATWiTBJt. Proivitor.' 'iar.tl at .'lie Pu Ofuce at Warren, t,. Set'onU-GlaiB Mazier. On,' TJ V. One cavstfiW. JS-ISJ J^miif, Meetings Urn Fk'st ati'l E. W* KOS'iMAIvT, W. UL'FUK :,IEtf T2ER, 8ec"y. LY wrevfusn Oi!1 coRGiiEs*. tv. I Washburn, Minneapolis JHdllUjGf COHIT." iHitrict Jud^e, '0. P. t-leanvs, Dnlutb. Clffik, 5i P. Iv'tlsyn. M.VTE SENATOK. AnheirMcO.VJ* Pa ham. ft. (r. Oomstock, MOOT head. B,irne.-d&unp$<m CroOiCston. coun ojmpa&s. Probate Juda^, E.R.Rose, K'.!|iolc of I)n\l3f The-.. Ciuie. Alld'lM', E ?vO,(iRl 1-.earner, -l 'I.B.Tiltis.. JShiMiil", H. J. IJCIIICVHZ. Attoiht'V, A E. Hint, fee lino? superintendent, J. Ai. BCOWP.by Coio'U'., A. N. JaiihCii. Suivuyor, Fetei D.ilfpwst. COUNTY COVMI*IO:NBK3. 1st DM Art- X. P. Mc iu6(n-j. Warren. 2dDiM,iictF. D. he*?, Ant.iJc. 3d L/i'iMiUA. Diurn Stephen. VILLAGE OFPJCtKW.Eihan Pr?3kl'M'tj i Allei. .S*cor4ei', CttO. H. McCrw. A. P. MtUytyre. Tiustu58, ir. lhjit. J* E. AV R'iisinan 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. — 23 February 1882

$9" ipe^fi^ fT%# W. A. ATWATEB, I ,'^VV 4PffiWABBES, W^#$ WS'4 3ff#,r? THE WAJ&KEN SHEAF." PuWiBher.) MLNNESOTA. ^H The Cerealss of 1881, ":tfi ^W Tcereal,^$ ^fe cereahle estimatesorof1881,,,department the S^'of agriculture of the crops of 1881 a& com ^pared with those of 1880 show a reduction Ij^of 37 pet cent, in corn, 22 wheat, 27 in i' rye and 9 in barley. The product of oats is about 1,400,000 bushels less than the previous vear. The aggregate product of all cereals was 2,063,039,570 bushels ragainst 2.(718,493,301 in 1880, a decrease of 20 per cent. The values are in round mil- lions as follows: Corn 759, wheat 453, oats 1913, rye 19, barley 33, bu kwheat 8, total 1,465a gain of 361 in 1881. i The Assassin's Condition as Reported by his Brotner. A Washington special says that John, W. Guiteau of Boston, said to a reporter "All this talk of his being unusually hope ful or unusually depressed is not so. is resigned to his fate, whatever may hap pen. I know he would rathe...

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 1882

JF- 1 11', i A I XHE nWJtEK, Sometimes if you liatanlisten hen the sunlight ftulea to eray, fie bears a curious fiddle On his coat of shiny black, and draws the bow across the string In crevices and in crack: Till the sun limbs HD the mountain Andfloocl3tho earth with light, "Sow will hear this strange musician Flayingplaying all the nifiht! SomeUmos.underuoath hearthstone^ 1 Sometimes underneatthethe floor, He plays the same shrill music Piays the MIIW tuue o'er and o'er &$& And sometimes iu the pasture, Beneath a coin gray stone, He tightens up the sinews, And fiddles all alone! MJ, It may be iu the autumn, Prom the corner of your ro om r-H.v~xij You will hear the shrill-voiced fiddle y*-'%' Stfundiug out upon the gloom ^.Vfy? If you wish to SCJ the player, ll''*%x! '"f Mm ri FOR THE IJTTLE FOLKS.' 1 '-'Billy Bantam V1' Softly follow up the sound, ''W..'-t' Aud you'll find a dark-backed cricket '*y'1 Fiddlmg out a merry roundl. 'V to-., Billy Bantam was a traveler and a wa...

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 1882

A BRIDAL SONG. Dost thon linger, gentle maiden, At the minster door? Dost thou tremble, gentle maiden, On the chancel floor? Dost thou fear, and dost thou falte^ When thou kneoleBt at the altar? i' "With the bridegroom by thee now ffl Witt thou take the marriage TOW? i If far heart 0 loving maiden.J j|g Thou hast given away, i .J?' Without fear, O trustful maiden!' Give thy hand to-day. 'VJ' Leaving father, leaving mother,/, Give thy life unto another, ..(^f Taking back a dearer life 'ty-,-,fy' From his love as wedded wife. /tyKjiJ Let him lead thee, wedded maitfcn/jf From the altar now. Thou art his forever, maiden, 4 By that marriage'vow. A i't Hi8 in joy and sorrow ever, I jtfone these holy bonda may sever. Loving, tru8tiiig, stand beside Him who loves thoe, happy bxide! Caesell's Magazine. THE LADY BLANCHE LIFEBOAT. Ho was drank as usual on his watch, though there was a big gale blowing out at sea, with gathering signs of a storm over head and it might be that the lifeboat would...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 23 February 1882

IT" CIKCUHSTMTIAL ETIDEROT fitow the 3Uay Mazel was Murdered One Sunday in Paris, In the year 1689 there lived in, Paris a woman of fashion called Lady Mazel. Her -house was four stories high on the ground ttoorwaHa large servants' hall, in which ^*was a grand staircase and a cupboard, where' the plate was locked up, of which one of the chambermaids kept the key. Tn a small 100m partitioned off from the ban kpt the valet de chamber, whose name was Le Brun. ,fc the floor up one pair of stairs was the lady's owa chamber, which was in the front of the house, and was the innermost of K- three rooms from the grand staircase. The key of this chamber was usually taken out i the door and laid on a chair by the ser Yant who was last with her lady, and wfco, pulling the door after her, shut it with a jpnuK, so that it could not be opened from without. In this chamber were two doors, one communicating with a back staircase, the other with a wardrobe, which opened to the back stairs also. The f...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 23 February 1882

b* -V,w:^^HELES i kiu',^ SD!8v05!CEJKT. i What a brightlittle girlt^i i1 ,1 That was what Mrs. Marfehmont said one bright summer morniug lingering in the doorway of Mrs. Hammond's thrifty little dwelling, and laying her hand among the fair curls of Helen, Mrs. Hammond's little girl. That was myself. I liked Mrs. M&rohinont. She was a beautiful woman, intellectual, cultivated and refined. And I was pleasjad^b&t^she noticed me and liked me. \p ?j$-jf}f My father was not a rich man, riot at'' all "well to do,"as the phrase goes. My mother had to do^her own housework, and latterly had kept me home from school to help her needing that help very much with three children younger than myself. The circumstance troubled me. I wanted to possess advantages like other girls whose parents were better off than mine. Then Mrs. Marchmont came on some errand-to get refereryjes concerning a housekeeper, I believeand noticed me in the way I have recorded.- W "Does she attend school?" "No," my m...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 23 February 1882

^Absolutely Pure ici* fb h^ This powder never varies. A marvel of purity strength and wholesomoness. Morn economical than the ordinarv kinds, and cannot be sold in competition with the multitude of low fwt, short v/cight, alum or bhospbaicpowders. Sola only *n Cfns. ROYAL 11AKING POWlijSH CO., New York. WILBOK'S COMPOUND OF PURE CODILIVER OIL AND LIME. TU Consumptive*^!y liavt' Jeo happy to jrlvi lhe,.r testimony *n tavo.-of the u*e of WUbov'% J'ui'e (ol-Liver Of an I Mine." E\peuciieo has proved it to be a i ib.e remedy- for Cvmsumotion, Asthma, lHjihthana, and all diseases toe Throat nucl LuiieM Maruitaetiuwi only A W1LBOK, t.hermst, Kcston. Siolcl liy ail tlnv/^ists. "Wholesale by Moves Uroa.i CutJor, at. Paullayma Bros'., AIiu neapohs. Health is Wealth! DR. O. W I VT'B SEI ANI TPA.IS TIIEVTMENT: aspDi'ilu.forHv.-tona, ih/.snho,i-,C3irvulsioni3 Nervous Hr..ula'h Mort al ivpiestuf A TJOUSO] UI laorv.&pcrm- atari'm 'i IruvotciH v. Involuntary KmiMiors, l.'rcn?* turo 1 Ac e, by ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 23 February 1882

#y' H'iu An iuil, t'ut nt CKteiiviw, fjfjfff '5. j) "OLD FIO&&R KOUTE."1'\,^\. ftepilit "Ai" oi) .ll iiigt lifting'to an (from G. K, THPNl7^ Gchoral P-.iBser.iger andJTit^Kt Aguih 1 'tiire i niiii on 0 ty *hef/.fdr.n'lJU & 1 Uoip^* 'KCH'UI. JS"W '.:n.xr.fi 5 3 t "fl-J 6-I-S *V.r T20 ^7:1r Sfv-nosysi. Ooina "South: i'Ti p, rrt'J 1 Jn-sr.1. 10-I/J i 4* siu-33- i^tw:*'. tr 9:S) 0 3 ii it fit Ni.iint, 8LI5..r!^eJo.(!. ""kiP* '6 J.V. St. P. a-e, sivviv? WA) teareb nO i tf A/1 ti'.uu.0it)yexcept 9'indav'.1 Tnronrb e'\icbi! ful tletii'iit '*l*ep*nc or* jwilow .iu beLvr-eii Winnipeg an^^t.-Panl, a efifov not hithodo mipplii'ih A. B. HTKIKNBST, V. \i. IIATtrH, ?n iitH'rmlt:itient A?r.TiO/1/tM'n'f.0, i rrq nJTCQCt HMIT1Q AT^'OIJ W*3 "ST. /"M,i/ 5/rr^?. JOHN w, SLFE ROTARY T^BLIO AA'O COKVEYANCETl, VA"5Jiai?, MI2TN. &pt in* i'ttfnMon lo locating raili'oad gn J. (I, CIIA1G, TUiu and Ornam^wtt'! PtA.STEEES/ fcor.eut i:i P*-cfo!c. Croo!c@ton Mouss* BOX, Propiietor. Crookatbii, Min...

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 1882

WARREN SHEAF, PUBLISHED EYEKV THURSDAY. yv* A. 4TWATEB, Proprietor. Entered at the l'o&t Otuw -it Warren, as Second-Clras Matter. ADVBKTSSIHO BATE!* One Column one year, Hal Eiahvn" i Due Inch $0,00. 45,00. 25,00. 16,00. S.W. 1/O'al Notices ten cents pr line for first in sertion, anil flva cents nor lino for each subse quent unction. Legal notices at legal rates CUVttCtt DIKBCTORY. 14. E. CUUJACH,Re*. A. E. FLTOTP, Pas tor, lingular Serviced every Sabbath, at It it. M. and 7, P. M. Sabbatn School at M. Xt0IM4 DlRJESCJrE'OBY. WARREN LODGE, NO. ISO, A. F. & A.M. KcRUlaT Meetings the First and: Third WeflncMiav K\enings of earh Month, at Masoive Hi.ll, Corner l.t St. and Park Av Visiting Brothers good standing, cordially invited, E. \V. IlOSoMAN, W. M, RI7FUH ME-VTZEE, 8f c'y MUMUTSB o-p COAaiirS". TV. D Washburn, .Uilraeapolis DISTRICT COI'RTi district Judge, 0. P. steams, Dnlufh. Clerk, J, P. Nelson. STATE SliSATOB, Andrew McCrea, Peihan). RErREbBXTA'jUVJEfS. 3. CI. Comstoek,...

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 1882

,,'iW. "^frf uxssi M'THE 1 WAMIN SBIAF: W. A-ATWATEB, rubbeber. WARREN, MINNESOTA. A Pn nting Job for Iowa. /?$ #udee Samuel Miller of the*TJnited States supreme oourt lias contracted with the pub lishing house Of MIIIB & 'Co., of Des Moines, to (publish the United States su preme court reports for fire years, corn meoeing with tbe October term, 1881. This does not retlt in stopping the official pub h'ostioa of the reports. It te said that the official repoits are unsafasfacteryM^i^p $U An Important Decision. The long legal contest of the express OH&panies with the southwestern railway ysts resulted in a victory for the form er. .Justice Miller, in reviewing and de ciding the case in the federal eouit at St. Louis, held tha* the court in equity can compel railway companies to afford equal facilities to albexpiess companies actually engaged in business for roasona&le com pensation. This is a most important decis ion and will have special interest in other aeetionfl of 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. — 2 March 1882

/'!^*4 A FXTIFtII,FICTURK. Bljeasfred Hw price of Crow* Derby wans Sfc* ]wkd at the Royal Worcester, 11111 Durehase at least a sot or two Tits elvrk thought bo'd really induced he fingered long over Cloisonne, She lomtnsrlj- (razed a): Satsuma 10| lo ft. all the rarest, costliest thing* Were the ones which suited her humor, The fleam of the beautiful, Jewel-like giaea I Sem#d to thrill her very soul, 'i Asd he lost her heart entirely la ,,-Vt, A niaehapau India bowl. The* she turned sway with a little sigh, $ And nmruiurud, "I wi? 1 were richer," And went to a counter where she bought {J^,* A :fiftT-ee*t Japanese pitcher! HINTS FOtt THtf HOUSEHOLD Homo Educatfom/j The following ralea aro wormy of" being printed in letters of gold, and placed in a con spicuous place in ovei-y household: FirstFrom our children's earliest infancy inculcate tho necoisity of instant olwdienco. SecondUuite firmness with gentleness. Let your children always understand that yon *ia what you say. ThirdNevor ...

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 1882

T4PPI |p HowCliarlieaua Joe Found Heaven, Are you cold, Charlie?" JfUOj, 40, I'm real warm. I' n* not cry* Mg 'cans* I'm sold, ^Lre we almost there, *Ju^t a Mile further, Charlie, thett we'll fb where Heaven Is, Try and keep warm a it$e longer..'' "Yes, Jo*. It's never cold in Heaven IB Charlie.*fe _. fradged along through the streets filled with the crowds of well dressed peo ple. No one noticed the little fellows as they hurried by. No policeman chanced to question fcnem. No one asked whither they fwere bound. One of them was a litHe four-year=old, with blue eyes and flaxen hair the other scarce two years older. Hand in hand they walked along. "Joe, why didn't mamma wake up and say good bye before the man carried her away in that box?" a I guess she wasn't asleep, Charlie. Are yon ooldr "Not very, Joe," he answered, with a sob, for the little feet and hands were aching sadly. Pa*fc tha gayly lighted shops Siey has tened on their way to heaven. At length they entered the avenue lin...

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

4 1 A MITCH -MAKER. ',9n SUrty ui a Valentine. a bomrnatch-raaker, Aunt Ruth." tn 7 a oxln ftftji assertion ma **dy wb I"'l fV certainly looked unlike the plotting, sohem }jkig person which imagination naturally v-f5omnect with the title. She was a small i/i'Tjbrunette, figure dark jv^Wir :'f coiledwitha low achildishneck, her anand waved almost down to her brownvivid eyes,crimsonher while, lips and cheeks were of a The lady whom she addressed resembled her in fontanel complexion. Her eyes were the color ot Lottie's, but instead of the latter's vivacity and soarkle, were soft and dreamy. Her hair was ar rangod more pLiiaJjy, and her lips and cheeks were of that faintest pink. Alto ether she seemed &% somewhat older lOttie, toned dowa fce&o a very sweet faced little woman. *1 know I was mesad for a match*maker,n asseverated Lottie. lt The lady smiled. -M.. "'V, "What makes you think ao, dear?" "Yon neednffc laugh at me, auntie." re turned Lottie, in an injured tone "For I oan...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 2 March 1882

ASTitAY,' "KJ traveled a forbidden road, ''''{""Which first appeared so flowery fair ,'v'Iha onward eagorly. I strode ^Tillto my ror and detpafrf VAU buds and Vossomsbloomlnff there, 'AH tender boughs and twlga of green' :&tood changed to burrs and nettles keen, "Whose angry points my garment* tore, 'And pricked my hands till-they were Bor* Bewildered at the wondrous chance, That should have warned me from,the place, I kept my course with, swifter pace, And saw & marvel still more strange For crorl flints sprang through the ground 'To meet ray feat at every bound, With cash un Rash thev made them bleed*, Then time it was that I should heedl Jnat at the moment of my need y^-l. A shiniDir man stood ot my side7. Whose luster fell on all around, And spread a glory far and wide I "And who art thou?" I trembling cried. "Give ear." he said, "to what I aay ,\vi! lei"-*"-" %(& i. 1 am the guide ot all that stray, To point them back to virtue's path, t1.' The guardian of thy errin...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 2 March 1882

'a I HOUSE AND FAEM. s, i Pertaining to Cookery, $ HOMJKY FRITTERS.Take two teacup in)u of cold boiled hominy, one oup of \,'Bw~oet milk, fom teaspoonfuls of flour, a /'little Halt and one egg beat vigorously, fend drop with a spoon into hot lard fry until browru Bice can be used instead of hominy. BOSTON BKOVS BREAD.Four cups of yje-meal, three eups of jellowlndian-naeal, one cup of moluases, one teaspoonful of salt. Mix with sour milk or buttermilk in a soft butter. Steam three hours and bake two hours, CRACKER GBIUD LE CAKES.One pint of cracker dust the yolks of two eggs thin wiih milk, and when it owells add more milk until of the right consietency salt and when ready to bake add the whites of i.he egga beaten stiff. IfCuuMPETS.Mix a7quart of good milk with \rotwr to make a batter add a little salt, an egg, and a teaepoonfal of good yeast beat well, cover it up and let it stand in a warm place to rise. Clean the muffin plate, or, not having this, a frying-pan, while warm, over t...

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