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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 2 March 1882

^Vfanuu^ttm^vAtevHinfm^wum, UP Warren Sheaf. amusM1" Railroad Time Tata!. J^V'" St, Paul, Minneapolis*4 Mani toba Railway, %?vy' 6t. PAUL HARTHF.BN PACIFIC KAILKOA. THR "OLD'PIONEER ROUTJV' TRAINS LBAVB^GLrNDOX: oingEast 7:2." ,i, m. D.iily, except Stmdav, :30p, ra. Soing West 7:25 a. m. DaiiT, except StindaT. 0:55 p.m. Sleeping cars on all night trains to and from fctthitbandSt. Paul. G, K. BAP.NES, Ger-eral P-isseiiger and Frtiigiit Agenti Canadian, Pacific laiiway STATIONS. &s. Vincent, ft'Snaerson, Ktnuiniou Gny, Armmd, JRiifrost, Xrvemle, fflt, NorLert. St. Boniface June. Wheat 1,03. Who stole County Treasurers Boohs? Rubber booU are in demand, skifirswill be soon. Notice th change in R. C. Snyder'^ advert iisehient this week C. F. JfJLJNr orthe'st." P., M. Sr M. lanjl department, was in town tjiis week. The commissioners met at the Court House on Monday, as per announcement. We understand that Warren is to have a furniture store soon. It is bndlv needed. The spring "boom' ...

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 March 1882

VO'-iUMH 2, NO. -15. Warren Sheaf. igrajy,'., Railroad Tims Table, St. Paul, Minneapolis'^ Mani toba Railway, %'ofi'ia. BOOTH. Pt. PA'.TL TX*p. 8.1s i cVrr. T.PO 'MfN.VISAPOLI'-S. 8.55 A."M T.S," ivy A t-T.s .wo A. YI. 2q BAii.M Jf.Li:. 7,10 ie.oo CIA"MO R.'-'-O P."5 CliOOii^TGN 11.30 5 IS 'WAIllltiN J.Wr. M. S.S5 Aiurvtd: L-.yr :.ftj ST!:riri"\ ax 2.35 jjr. VINCENT ..Air, f.i Pep. 11.4". A. M. V.. C. "VYItlUHT, A-'.KXT, v/arren. IE 1 "OLD PIONEER ROUTS." 'ir.\.INP 1.-EXW& SLY*: DON: Coint t^t 'V-''" ii. in. 1T, except Sunday, h:S0p. m_ Goinfi West 7- JT a. m. uly, except Sundav. 6:55t m. Slcpp'ni: C.M" on all night trains* to and from pnlnthrmd Si. Paul. G. K. BARNES, General Pasfif-ngor and freight Agent. Camatliaa In*Cic Railway. Going Going STATION?. Nortn. South. ftU Vincent, leave fi:fHp.m.arrl2:05 p. *Kmerotv 5-".5 11^5 a. uv Dominion Citj, 6:00 10:51)5 Arnold, v' -J 0 10:2 Puf,o-t, 0:85 lUOtf Ott'-rburne: 0:."5 9:55 Nivitllp, 7-20 9=15 fit. SoiMrt, 7M5 9:05 St. Tiivulii ...

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 March 1882

-rTHB'WABRBN SMEAiV W. A. ATWATER, Publisher. WARREN, MINNESOTA. THE total electoral votes of all the state at the next presidential election will be 401s and if Dakota should become a state by that time the number will be 404. VERMONT'S stringent listing law in aid of tax assessments has raised the valuation of the state from $100,000,000 to $163,000,000 in a single year. Taxes have been gieatly reduced and the burden on real estate les sened. The first year's trial has done all that was claimed for the system on its adoption. mmmKmm^mm^mmmm^mmmmm OAJUIFOBNIA pobeetmes thirty-eight mil lions acres of wheat land, thirty millions thereof being first-class. a 1800, it pro duced 31,500,000 centals of wheat, and in 1881, despite the short crop,Q7,008,000 cen tals. Within the year half a million new acres have been brought into cultivation, while its trade with Mexico and Central America is increasing with every prospect of continued enlargement. CUSHMAN K. DATIS, ex-governor of Minnesot...

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 March 1882

Statistics Showing a Great KoflreaS a Tlel'd' but Increase in l'i'loes, Especially In Covn Iowa and Illinois bhowiag Hie Oreatest Ie eveate in ProductionThe Average Yield of Wheat the Lowest on Kecord. i&'&M^ Special Correspondence of the Pioneer Pres^iJvf BALTIMORB, Feb. 28.The final esti mate of total yield of cereals in 1881, as lately furnished to the associated pross, baa already been published, but the de tails foi the years' crops hare not yet been Ri\ en to the public. From the advance sheets of the forthcommg report of the agricultural department! have been able to compile a gen eral (statistical renew of the production of grain in 3S81 which may prove of interest The aggiegato quantities, aieaa and valuations for the year were as follows. Bushels. per Mci e. Corn Wheat Oats Bii lei- Eye Obio Indiana Illinois... IOJVO. iooavi Kansas. Nebiaafca 16,831,606 1.WJ.510 1J8S),10!I 828.81 1LS Buclw' !M%,'200| i AM 'j.0t 3,020,570! __T 12J,388.070l$l,467,858,200 The price of...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 March 1882

Clothe me ia dreams, 0 sweet, sad wraith,* Sleep! Wrap mo from head to feet in garments white Of mystic dreams with stars of radiant light Gemmed here and there in these pale clouds that weep! ff For tired heart and weary brain doth leap With one great throb toward the dim Unknown JThat holds long rest for earth- born sigh and moan. Shroud me ia pallid dreams, 0 ^host of Sleep! Lay yonr wan fingers on my aohmg eyes, And bid Life's other phantoms l'ee away Into the solemn shades that have no day. Where, broodingly, eternal silence lies! Then whisper, soft as moon on frost-wreaths hoar, "Dream, worn-out one, dream here forever niore!" Fannie Drificoil. OCT OJF HEE SPHEKE. BY EMAIA LENNOX, From the Fireside Companion. It was Tuesday morning, Crystal Bianch ard picked up the Herald, and, turning at once to the "wants," she read them eagerly one after the other, in the hope of meet ing some call for her services. She ran bar finger down the column, then Tip again, as she had done every d...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 March 1882

__^ v^mmm dlk SUICIDE IS HISTORY. The Cause* ofVotautary lAle TaktagSoU 2umwl*1lon ol WiaowsMllgSJf In a rat-tew of Dr. James J. ODea shook on "Suicide," printed in the New York #tar, tho following is given: Forty per cent, of the suicides in Den mark result from the use of alcoholic drink. But Italy, where there is little intemper ance, only six suicides a thousand can be assigned to that cause, and a majority occurred in ihe least thrifty provinces. The author thinks that about 12 per cent, of the suicides lesultfrom financial embarrass ments and toes of property. Speculators are particularly liable to die in that way, as sudden reverses -paralyze the mind and destroy its equi librium. Theodore Hook tells the story of an* unfortunate man in whose hands everything turned out badly. Be bought a lottery ticket, but immediately repented of his folly and disposed of it to a friend to Gave himself from disappointment. But it drew a prize of S^GOO. Hook exclaimed that it was incredible h...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 March 1882

fa sfe *l ,,f. bppy Weep! that beareao up/m thy breast i' iNOTie Wood-red poppy of enchanting rest, r^-ll Draw near me through the stillness of this $ place. Asd let thy low breath move across my face, ft.e faint wiwte waie above a poplai'e crest.,,., -The broad sea* darken slowly iu the west ^gE'oA wheeling aea-birds call from neat to nest $ Draw near and touch to, leaning out of space, |Tbere is no sorrow, hidden or confessed, Jfyf ,t inhere is no passion, utteroi or suppressed," Thou canst not for a little while efface Enfold tne in thy mystical embrace, ithah sorerign gift of God, most sweet, moat t\ blest, t.\ )'J}rit"t,j i. 0 happy Sleep! ^t Ada Louise Martin. ._ '^,%t: J.-1', jfctoUHT MIOT DE MELITO A Sober Diarist of the Kapolean Epoch, ^Notwithstanding the number of memori -aJe already launched which have to do more Less directly with the great Napoleon, the subject seems to have an interest ever fresh and attractive. It is an interest able to vivify the dry bones of the Me...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 March 1882

A JT&f-i* pi^PM^ HOUSE AN FAKM. 'Girls, JJon't Be in a Harry. /I& Girls, don't be in a hurry to get married. If you are but sixteen, don't allow such an idea to get in your head for at least four years. Don't even ran the risk of it by per- mittingTnny young man to get so far as the proposing point. Fight him off, and make him wait or go away to somebody who is ready. Don't live under the- The Question of Glovts. Kate Field in Our Continent. Society insists that long, loose gloves shall be de rigeur. The fat woman gets into them and has the satisfaction of af fording infinite amusement to those who are not entirely lost to a sense of humor. Her arms look like twin Bologna sausages. The woman with beautiful *rms spoils one of the rarest of charms. The woman with thin, ugly arms alone covers herself with more or less glory. As a matter of fact no two beings are fashioned alike many are fearfully and wonderfully made, and hands and arms are as distinctive as eyes and mouths. Th...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 March 1882

'BP. A ATTOVrW A-saic imsstfo itA'rjss**'- One Or"iuu one yo.ir. jj,ir i* A. M. /tf-sA I.'ff.'i" affetincp the Flr-rt /V\,,- :fourh l ''fasonie Hidl/Coiiwr Jsi JHHI 1'UI-I- Ave. i",ipiiK Dvorhers in good standiiiK, wiL}ui invited. 7,'. KOSRMAX. W. M, RUFU.S MEN" CZEU, i^o'y. DPXJESJLcICJ Or-^TOI A.H.fci. vr-vrr.FK or ooxo itrcss. W. D. Wficlihmn, Minneapolis DISTRICT f'OIJUT. DMrict Jtui^o, .0, P. Steuvn i, Pululh. Clock, J. Nds-un. STATE i^rtt.vron. Andrew MoOreii, Pci'limn. IriliT. nNTATJVE.". S. G. Comr.Ui -k, Mooi-bcvd. Il-mii-wl ctnipaon, C'rookston. f.Ot'NTY Off'tCKKrf. PvoKi'o .Tu^r-, F. R, Rosfr. P. ir.tr i)-_M\l3, Tiuis. C'ifti". An l'[()- E. i, K.yoni" Iiv i-.Kicr, ,T. B. Tihr-!. S* -cni.', H. J. Bcmvv, h/ A:t'in 'V', E. Fiint. Soli'- f-upemitoiiclentv J. M. Dn.n n. Cui A. ,f,ih'-n. ftunijov, PC1M 0.ilquit. cOUMT cn\iMirtlONEUh. 1st Difti-ii-i- A. l\ MA'Mwa, W.irvcn. 3IT'-Mricti!\ Kf'w-, Arju.\ I 3d DL-ilricLA. Dis'inond, Flej'hM) SiliLAdliOyriCBRS,, Prpsidcni, I.tin7i Alk...

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 March 1882

VOLUME 9, NO, lS.fljj, WARREN" SHEAF. yuVUtfUBD SVERV TWatt-DA-TP. 'jPy. A ATWATHSSS., FrovsrS.e^or* %ul.'i' ai the Yn\t Oim-i NYavren, a.s Second-Class flattert. 1 r!f o!nnin ouo year, i v* Ou.'-tt 'V tk'htb On,- hi"i ai .Sbiiet,, t"'3 0'nts PQ" line for first in- {ipriio:?, iUuHivi'i^'U.-ppi' line tor each sube (yioal nierti'on. JutoaA nolie*!-* fit Ifjral rules. WARHKM LO.OGU, 2JCX15U, A. F. & A. At. Riarulsir Kfl Unas the Hirst an*' -^'I'Mra Wtrtm^dai liii'riinirs ot face t\r Airn h. ttt Mti^y.ile ll:-^., IVrin-r JUt Sr aid parn Ave. Yi-Mng Brother* in good standing, cordially invtlod, "W. ROHSMAN. V,'. M. a^*fr/jrV/ Au BUSINESS CABM J, p Nelson, A .W 3S 35 #es7 Estate. PGZ/S JOH N W. SLEE, 7^ UTAIIV PcBLlf MS'J CONVEYANCER, wARi i r*r, MOOT. Sp'C'ml i'Je-iT fminent La.cK to ^orating railroad oi'gov- J. (J. CRAIG, Plain and Ornamental PLASTERER, Entkfuirt ^tone Muon Lime,' Hair and f, 'H.fji. in. locK \V. EQLION,' V'\rai \^&M# RAIL'ROAD 's'(,r Misw: }o nd fm.u surroundin...

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 March 1882

I '('iff ffefl 4vfm Mb THEWIRBENSHDAF: W.JL ATWATEB,'Publisher. 3BN25BSOTA. .iii-a., Senate** Ben. Hill Likely Die. Private information received by senators touching the-condition of Senator Ben. Hili confirms the impression that he is sot likely to reoovet from his illness. The glands on the right ide .of his neck have Jbeen re moved in tibe hop of eradicating the*aancer, but there i little prospect that it will be Successful. iHe himself realizes this and is resigned to whatever may be ihe-resttit. A Dairy Attraction .fur Settlers.* 'Mr. Morton, the Morton Dairy Esrm ug company, Montreal, passed through St. Paul a day or two ago, en mute to Bran don, Manitoba. He has a magnificent .scheme in view -Which is now being prac tically worked oat is the OBtabhshmetn of an immense dsusry. It will tsOce in 135,- GO acres of 1 tud, divided into farms iram benng a little more than 290. The location is ia Manitoba to the north of Turtle moun-l tains., at Whitewater lake,. Mr. Morton has alrea...

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 March 1882

AaaualSewioiB of \h- Gfftad Lodge of BKnae* sota at Winona. The Gran I/i^go opined on Wednesday night. H. 15. Upuara, Gaud Diot&tator, and nearly all ihe trfovoie were present, And al so between fcivy and fitly deleg-tss. But Utile business, save hu appointment of cotnniiciees, was tfaasaMt.-J The rapoitjr of ths grand ireaamer showed receipts tor the year to bp $2,200 for ordinary purposes, and a balanse ta hand of abort ggf'O. GRAND DIOTATO'S BEPOBT. The grand uiet&ior, Mr. H. is. Upman, in pre senting annual address, congratulated the order apost tho improvement sinoe four year* Ago when the Graud Loi%e of Minne?o!a or ganissad ia the city of -L rfhe muoKpolis. At that time there were only l* lr-i subordinate lodges, ivith a membersL'ii) of abo -1 225 now we have taea''}-rb ee (subordinate lodges num bering fully 80 members The growth has been of a ytinrar.ont chaiacter. At the date of the organ* Winn of tho Grand Lodge of Min esotfttfe*i ver 3( ,0UO rn'oobeni of the or d...

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 March 1882

'-P/yi^M" i^?$i!ISi DE1TH. His Benevoleut Conduct Toward the ITatha* ofHJs God-Child. Once upon a time there dwelt a stoat and jovial-farmer, by name Jean Philippe, at the hamlet of Quesne-Raoult, about four bowshots from Conde-sur-1'Escant. He had a wife and twelve sous, solid, chunk lads All of them, and he himself, though his hair was grizzling, was straight as a poplar. lu the year of grace, no matter what, hi? wife presenled him with a thirteenth boy as a New Year's gif t-^-a boy that did not give any sign of resembling. hi3, rcbust broth ers. "Yon are as thiu,es a cat ''in May, poor Uttle fellow," said his father "and, besides, yon have drawn an unlucky number in the lottery of life tat there is one way to cost jure evil fortune away from you, and that is to give you a just and honest man for godfather That will be easy enough to do." But when he sat down, and began to run ovor the list of his friends and neighbors, he found {hut the task was not such an easy one after all. On...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 16 March 1882

&-.*- 'mm HE SCENT OF A DEAB BOSE J| Temple Bar, *l ###$! 'I shall say no more yoa may take your "?OWK way, ali of yoa. I shall never inter iors) with you.|tgain, for good or bad, so good-bye to you'"and Aunt Paulett hobbled off ott her ebony crutch like the offended o|d fairy god-niother. The family looked at one another with blank faces as the door clapped smartly after bar. Aunt Paulett was a woman of her word:, and, if she said she would go back to her tusband's people, go she would undoubfc dly, and then, what would become of heai all? Fiona that daytwenty years agowhen 'ihe, a childless widow, entered her sister's "scrambling, out-at-elbows household, to yesterday evening, she had ruled them all with a rod of iron, by the might of a strong vili and along purse. Easy-going Mr. Hilton and his fair, stu pid, good-natured wife, -who spent a plae 3 existence doing wool-work on the sofa, her ideas seemingly bounded by the re quirenients of the last annual baby, were mare ciphers...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 16 March 1882

KM .4 fifth !.f -fa A WILY FRESHMAN. jJPrcwBL the Poston Post .f fie was a gentleeort of youth^ Who Beemed to wear a Bad, sweet You'd hot believe it wa8 the truth That he was capable of guile, let, ere the term'a first week had gone,.- He captive seemed in fashion's mesh j'/^j & certain dashing style put on, }aite unbecoming in a iresh. '& He wore good olofchaa, he logged a stick, He puffed a naughty eigiwet-.o And lol it didn't make him sick. ?r \t% Ho eren on a ball game bet t* ,M*-*** At last he roused the aophomoro XtfyjH By trotiiog out a tall ailk .hat Ms,_ s. The outraged eopha with anger swore k^%'^ That they could really not stand that,^ j" And eo they vowed thatfcbiJyoung man, They'd naze a bit to eet him right To give the lesson they did plan t(' At 12 o'clock the coming night tte learned their scheme.and in it joye't Tlmt afternoon he came to town And, for a certain sum, employed ^',Si A fighting man of great renown }if To eleep that night within his bed _',,- 'V...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 16 March 1882

|'"%OUSE AND tfAKM. 1r Tfless Things May Be. $$# i^i'1 $Trypopoorn for nausea. |tv!V*f'', cranberry for malaria.''^ Xlf^'v''1-1. a em* bath for rehnmutism. .^fp^ fry singer ale for Btornaoh crampl. '.fry oiain broth for a -weak stomach."1*-" Try cranberry poultice for erysipelas. Try gargling lager beer fox euro of sore iiu'iat. Vry a wet towel to the back f the neck wl ou sleepless. Vry swallowing saliva 'when troubled with tn stomach. Try *at ng fresh radishe3 aad yellow lur* i.ips for gravel. 'fry buttermilk for removal of freckles, Ur., and butteraut stains. Try eating onions and horseradish tp re-, Vty dropsical swellings. -.t frytko croup tippet when a child is liko- J? .0 be troubled ia that way. Cry a hot fl mnel over the seat of neu- %{y,ia pain, and renew frequently. Cry Bantt'mg powdered borax up the rios-' tei\3 for catarrhal "cold the head." Try taking a nap in the ufternoon if you Wo goin., to be out lata in the evening. Try hard cidera wine glassfull three tt.r-.GB a ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 16 March 1882

Sir Oil 5 ammm mmmima A*. f*~"~*?rft :r fKzrrm 6to*/. I wish to inform our readers and the public generally that I have leased the Sheaf office to Mr. F. D. Peitce, who will have the entire management and control of the paper and be responsible for all debts or accounts accruing against the paper until further noticed !AI1 accounts due the paper up to this date are payable to me. TO#A11 ac counts accruing after this tjaterJare payable Mr- Poirce, 1 %w "WABBEN, "W. A. ATWATEB.* Minn, March 15,1382. Local Brevity^, Wjheatf],03. Last Tuesdajelection day. Johnson, Allen & Co's new store building is nearly lead) for oceu pnncy. The chuich sociable last Tuesday e\enmg was an enjoyable pccasion, and vyeil attended. Warren wants a haiher shop the woist way. Room for some eastern capitalist to ppicad. }\xmself! Spring is on the northward march. 'Twill be here "the *,*wect bye a ad bje," if not before. A party of Illinois land hunters reac}ie4 Warren on Monday last. Hope their seaich prov...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 18 September 1890

A. B. NELSON, Clerk of District Court, ALL KINDS Lan Offic BusinessFO Transacted wita NcatncM M4 Dispatch* SII YEARS EXPERIBMCB. OBct ia Court House, WAB&B5. Th Warren Sheaf ADVERTISING RAT Made known upon Application. Loral notice* flvo cents aline To insurtin sertion must be handed in by Wc(lne.st){tnoo fiuterert at the Post Olllce at Warren a sSeeond Claaa Mail Matter. m-amam MI IIIM.I i GREAT NORTHERN RY. TIME SCHEDULE. From St.l'anl. 7 40 in itl 7 It A lit To St.Paul. i rc it in (i 2 7 00 5 10 1 Ki st Paul roik-fi .VilliKN .Vi r.' i {i iu St. Vincent NORTHERN PACIFIC RY. TiME SCHEDULE. I.v. S.:, pin OooUton Ar. 0.40 am 7 iu Wrtllo K.W a in iuxi i iiinijieft .lunotmu ti :I."I a in Ar 7.0i ii iu st. Paul iu CHURCHES. MRTHODIST. ServiceseverySabbath.Morn n Ser\ ice at 10 30 a. in. Sabbath School at cloio if morning service. Kveiung service 8:00 p. in. Prayer and Class MeetiiiK every Thursday evening. S. X. IUI-^U W. I'astor. I']IKSB\TKRIAN. Servifea ever.\ Sntiliath morn Ini? ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 18 September 1890

if* I $' ft ,#*F:'',S **i She SWavVcu J. P. MATTSOX. Fditor nr.d Publisher. WARREN, MAKSIIAU. COUATY, MINN. OB the benefit of some inquirers we will say that the census of the United States and Territories by the count of 1SS0 was 50,152,S66. GERMANY has one doctor to 1,500 of pop ulation France, one to 3,167 the United Kingdom, one to 1,284 but the United States has one to 6)0. CHARTS have bcon prepared showing that the eye has seven hundred and twenty-nine distinct expressions, con veying as many different shades of mean ing. HE tide of immigration continues to rise. The increase thus far this year over the corresonding months of 1889 already reaches ii'J.OOO, and these by no means of the best class of immigrants either. I oj*^ Os tho principle than "A little learn ing1 is a dangerous thing," there are not a few dangerous characters in the world. But it is better to be a little dangerous in this respect than to be a wart on the face of nature. THF, two meanest men the Seattle Jour...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 18 September 1890

it i-4 f? 84 f- h* Wawu Jmtf. J. P. MATTSON, Fditoraiid Publisher. WARREN, MAUSIIAU. CCVATT, MINN. THE OLD FARM HOME. If you've been a happy rover Through the fields of fragrant clover, ^Vhere life is all a 3imple round of bliss, When at eve the sun is sinking And the stars are faintly winking You can call to mind a ploture such as this. Hark! The cows are homeward roaming Through the woodland pasture's gloaming, I oan hear them gently lowing through the dells, And from out the bosky dingle Comes the softly tangled jingle And the oft-repeated echo of the bells. Strange how memory willflingher Arms about some scenes we bring her, And tho fleeting years but make them stronger grow Though I wander far and sadly From that dear old home, how gladly I recall the cherished scenes of long ago. Hark! The cows are homeward roaming Through the woodland pasture's gloaming, I can hear them gently lowing through the dells, And from out the bosky dingle Comes the softly-tangled Jingle And the oft-...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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