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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 9 July 1891

1 A. B. NELSON, INSURANCE AGENT, Represents the St. Paul Fire & Ma rinp, German American (New York,) and Commercial Union insurance companies. WARREN, MINN Entered at the Post Office at Warren aa Second Class MallMatter. FLUSH! It is enaler to wrestle with tmrplus than ft le fli'lt. All who buy neconcl hrtnd bimlei-a and mowers from OOOKK A OLSON nre quite likely to flntl themselves "flush" next full. LOCALS AND OTHERWISE. WHEAT QUOTATIONS. No. 1 Hard i 1 Northern 2 Oats 85 eta. 83 79 65 to 75 Deputy Sheriff Albert Poliot drove out to Excel on Sunday. Our spring styles in Prints and Ginghams are catching. G. C. W. Harry Wood and wife, of Crooks ton, visited here during the Fourth. Money on hand for real estate or chattle loans at BANK OF WARREN. E. Swanson and wife drove over to Grand Forks the fore part of the week. Goods are now sold cheaper at Taralseth's brick store than ever before. If yon have any wild mustard yet remaining in your fields pull it quickly. Where is the chea...

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 July 1891

M*M WP$ Si. 'fife WARREN SHEAF. J.P.MATTSON, 1 4 Editor and Proprietor.^ OFFICIAL PAPER O THE COUNTY Thursday, July 9,1891. ir^TSt mhmte **&** an^ d#, the united States government coUects $639 BoaTOwhas two more banks than ev York, Pittsburgh has two more than Chicago and thirty-two more than Philadelphia. MONTANA is larger than the empire of Turkey, Texas is larger than the whole Austrian empire by thirty thou sand square miles, and New Mexico is larger than Great Britain and Ireland together. I HE United States is young yet, but it leads the world in its libraries. The public libraries of all Europe put to gether contain about 21,000,000 volumes those of this country contain about 50,- 000,000 HE prince of Wales won largely on Common in the English Derby, but lost again by playing Col. North's Old Boots for place. The prince is also losing by playing his mother's old shoes for place. "WILLIAM LADD, who received from Harvard this year the degree of bach elor of arts, was the fi...

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 July 1891

Wi It. I L1 n*i i the'News'of theWeet BY TELEGRAPH AND MAIL. FROM WASHINGTON. I United States the visible supply of grain on the 29fch lilt, was Wheat, t.S,59.), W(i bushels Corn, 85l 051 bush els: oats, 3,t)l5t,24S HR state department has received oflicial notice of the death on June 3 of Alexander Chirk, United States minister to Liberia. Nicws was received that the congress of Venezuela had responded favorably to the. reciprocity provision of the United States tariff act of 1890. A census bureau bulletin shows that the number of schools for the blind in the United States in 1S90 was 2,931, while in 1SS0 the number was 2,041. THE appointment of Mark W. Har rington, a professor in the university of Michigan, as chief of the govern ment weather bureau, was announced. IN the United .States the business failures for the last six months sh ow an increase of 571 as compared with the total of the first half of 1S90, the totals being1 l,0 for 1891 and 5,40(5 for 1S90. Th liabilities for 1...

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 July 1891

i ''fi 'SIV'IB Pi. 10,000 Sfl J. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor OFFICIAL PAPfiR OP THE COUNTY Thursday, July 9,1891. INCENDIARISM. The Interstate Elevator Com pany's Elevator Burned. Bushels of Destroyed- OU NE W STEA FIRE ENGINE She is a Beauty. She Stood the Test. Our new steam fire engine arrived on Friday, July 3, and was im mediately taken in charge by Chief Bennew it/and the fiie laddies who soon had her unloaded The official test was set for the afternoon, and took place the presence of the Mayor, the City Council and an ad miring multitude Delivering en gineer Mr W Gibson was present and assisted in the trial The engine was taken to the river, down the em bankment-near the east side biidge and the boiler filled with water. About 500 feet of hose was run out, reaching to the Woodward elevator. In 7 minuits from the time the fire was lighted water was forced through the hose, and escaped from a one inch nozzel with considerable force. In a couple minutes more the force incr...

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 July 1891

if 'A. B. JVELSOJV INSURANCE'AGENTf Represents the St. Paul Fire & Ma rine, Herman American (New York,) and Commercial Union insurance companies. WARREN, MINN FLUSH! It 1* earner to wrostle with a KiirpliiH tlinn (]e ll.it. All who buy second hini.l MnderM nn mowers from COOKE A OISON are tpiite likely Bud themselves 'tlnsli" next fall. LOCALS AND OTHERWISE. WHEAT QUOTATIONS. f. No. 1 Hard 1 Northern Oats Ladies Trimmed Chester's. 83 SI 6T to 75 A. Case is visitinjr Mrs. W Wanger. Hats at Win- Harney Feran was down from Crookston Tuesday. Elegant patterns in Outing Flan nels at Winchester's Dr. J. S. Chapin. of Euclid, was in the city on Monday, NewbergsSwiss and All-over Em broideries, at Winchester's. Miss Winnie Jarretfc has been visiting friends at St. Vincent. Melville Preston, of Argyle, was seen on our streets on Tuesday. The Board of County Commis sioners hold a session this week. The new fire bell has been put up opposite K. J. Taralseth's store. We call attention to 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. — 16 July 1891

n E I S^-v fev 6 ^**w WARREN SHEAF. J. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER O THE COUNTY Thursday, July 16,1891. THRBG triplets "born seventy-seven years ago celebrated thair latfst birth day anniversary recently at their home in Suumeytotvn, Pa. i HE wealth of the United States is estimated at $71,500,000,000. that of England at $50,000,000,000, and that of France at $36,000,000,000. ROBFRT S. OSTIOJT, of Baltimore, and Francis Parody, of Philadelphia, have written a new play, Onion, no doubt, furnishing' the strong points and Par ody the comedy. Uscr.R SAM has sent 100,000 guests to Europe this year from the port of New York alone. European countries can not afford to quarrel with your Uncle* His patronage is too valuable, Tr a poison has been accidentally swallowed, instanth drink a pint of warm water iu which has been stirred a teaspoonful of salt and one or two of mustard. A half glass of sweet oil will render many poisons harmless. J." A RKCK.VT survey has establishe...

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 July 1891

ill ?I I) 1% BY TELEGRAPH AND MAIL. FROM WASHINGTON. Til*, membership of the Catholic church in the United States numbers ts.250,000 communicants over 15 years of age. HF Chilian steamer Itata will be held on three charges, viz: Violating1 neutrality laws, contempt in leaving while under arrest, and violation of navigation laws. NOTICK A\as given Bank Examiner Drew, of Philadelphia, that on account of his connection with the Keystone bank affair his services were no longer required by the government. THE business failures in the United States during the seven days ended on the 10th numbered 247, against 287 the preceding week and 197 for the corre sponding week last year. THE exchanges at the leading clear ing-houses in the United States during the week ended on the 11th aggregated Bl, 117,95.1,220, against $1.020,332,472 the previous week As compared with the corresponding week of 1890 the increase amounted to 0 2 THE EAST. fVTVFK the amended immigration law *ixtj--seven paupers wh...

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 July 1891

hi J.P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL, PAPER O THE COUNTY. ThursdnyTjiily 10,189 1. HAIL stones of ten to twelve inches in diameter are said to have fallen in the two Dakotns. HE silly and sickening talk in re gard to Blaine's health continnes in the daily press. Blaine says the sto ries of his illness are all lies. Cov. Campbell has been renomina ted by the democrats of Ohio. The political campaign in that state will be watched with interest, by the whole conntrv. THE National Editorial Associa tion holds its animal convention in St, Paul this week. AYe expected to be present but had to forego the pleasure. TiLEcTKiriTv will probably be nsed ultogether in the future as a mean, of sending criminals into eternity. Thei'lectrocution of four prisoners in New Pork lately has been pro nounced a success. Prnur IIKAI/EH, the official publi cation of the State Hoard of Health. is on our table, [t reports the total deaths in Minnesota for month of May to have been 7.- THE grasshop...

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 July 1891

law *K A. B. NELSON, INSURANCE AGENT, Represents the St. Paul Fire & Ma rine, German American (New York,) and Commercial Union insurance companies. WARREN, MINN VOLUME JUST FOUR LE* T. One Deering Binder, I One McCormick Binder! One Piano Binder, One Buckeye Binder, all in good order and are bargains. LOCALS AND OTHERWIS E. Mrs. Albert Nutting visited in the family of W. A. Case this Week. The Misses Amelia Ostrom and fi ina Sjoberg left lor St. Paul on Tues day. Chris Halsn has gone to Hope. X. D. to be absent about three weeks. A ug. S wanson from near Stephen has been spending a couple days at tending to business here. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Snmueteon, on Tuesday afternoon, a bright and bonnie daughter. K. J. Taralseth has bought a lot from Peter Ruedy south of theBlawd building recently purchased. There was a pleasant party of young folks at the farm of John E. Ostrom on Sunday afternoon. -The wife of Mr. John Hedlund, the engineer at the mill, presented him with a fin...

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 July 1891

I I 4 I' Fft 4Y i Js$ z. 5. MELSOW, INSURAN CE AGENT, Represents the St. Paul Fire & Ma rine, German American (New York,) and Commercial Union insurance companies. WARREN, MINN VOLUME XI. JDST POUR 1 One Deering Binder, One McCormick Binder One Piano Binder, One Buckeye Binder, all in good order and are bargains. COOKE & ObSON. LOCALS AND OTHERWISE. Mrs. Albeit Nutting visited in the family of W. A. Case this Week. The Misses Amelia Oatrom and GinaSjobergleftlorSt.Paul on Tues day. Chris Halsa has gone to Hope. N. D. to be absent about three weeks. A ug. S wanson from near Stephen 1ms been spending a couple- days at tending to business here. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Samtietaon,- on Tuesday afternoon, a bright and bonnie daughter. K. J. Taralseth has bought a lot from Peter Ruedy south oftheBlawd building recently purchased. There was a pleasant party of .Young folks at the farm of John E. Ostrom on Sunday afternoon. The wife of Mr. John Hedlund, the engineer at the mill,...

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 July 1891

i ij Kg WARREN SHEAF. J.P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY. Thursday, July 23,1891. IT has been estimated that Sarah Bernhardt has saved more than $1,000,- 000 in the course of her successful ca reer on the stage. HENRY M. STANLEY is reported to have made $181,000 from his American tour. One-half of this sum came from his book and the other half from his lectures. HE profits of the Monte Carlo gamb lim? tables are estimated at $6,000,000 a year. Of this amount $240,000 a year is paid to Prince Charles, of Monaco, in royalties. 1 CONDUCTOR MACE, of Belfast, who has been connected with the Maine Central railroad for twenty-five years, figures that he has traveled 1,039,160 miles in that time. 1 i I CHARLES DAVENPORT, of Cambridge, Mass., who is said to have built the first railroad car in the United States, has just started for a tour of Europe. He is over eighty years of age and "as sound as a nut." HE death of Mr. Hamlin, says the Boston Transcript, reca...

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 July 1891

xi' WARREN SHEAF. J. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER O THE COUNTY. Thursday, July 23,1891. IT has been estimated that Sarah Bernhardt has saved more than 11,000,- 000 in the course of her successful ca reer on the stage. HEN BT M. STANLEY is reported to have made $181,000 from his American tour. One-half of this sum came from his book and the other half from his lectures.- THE profits of the Monte Carlo gamb* ling tables are estimated at $,qo0,000 a year. Of this amount $240,000 a year is paid to Prince Charles, of Monaco, in royalties. CONDUCTOK MACE, of Belfast, who has been connected with the Maine Central railroad for twenty-five years, figures that he has traveled 1,039,100 miles in that time. I CHABLES DAVENPOBT, of Cambridge, Mass., who is said to have built the first railroad car in the United States, has just started for a tour of Europe. Re is over eighty years of age and "as sound as a nut I THE death of Mr. Hamlin, says the Boston Transcript, recalls th...

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 July 1891

Ifv KM' The Kews of the Week. BY TELEGRAPH AND MAIL. FROM WASHINGTON. THE report that English capitalists have secured control of all the glucose factories of .the United States is denied. A mjLLETlN from the census office on the subje ct of paupers in almshouses in 1890 in America shows a total of 73,045, as against 6t),20: in 1SS0. THE business failures in the United States daring the seven days ended on the lTth numbered "J74. against 2-17 the preceding week and 207 for the corre sponding week last .year. A lun.i.KTix from the census oftice shows that the production of bullion during the year ISo!) was: Gold, $32,- 88(5,744 silver, Si.iUMJ.ilSS. I gold this is nearly 2S per cent, of the world product and in silver 41 per cent. TIIK wheat exports from coasts of the United States (including Hour as wheat) during the seven days ended on the 17th amounted to 2,220,000 bush els, against 2,0,10.000 bushels the pre vious seven days. THE exchanges at the leading clear ing-houses in the U...

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 July 1891

Jr r:C .ft* ^t^t^rr-f WARREN SHEA F. J. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY. Thursday, July 23,1891. THE republicans have good pros pects of carrying both Iowa and Ohio this year. That will make thehi sol id in 1892. THE SHEAF has received the Annu al Report of the Railroad and Ware house Commission. It is a volumi nous document and we shall peruse it at our leisure. It was accompa nied by a pood map of Minnesota. THE Sivnger-fest of the United Scandinavian singing- societies in the United States wns an important event in Minneapolis last week, ami the city was filled for several day* with the echo of sweetnorthern song. Robert Lindblom, the Chicago wheat king, presented a costly banner to be competed for bi-ennially by the several societies. W. W. ERWIN has declined to serve as a member of the state central com mittee of the Peoples' party, and he makes known this fact in a letter which abounds in rhetorico1 flourish- es. He has generally been regarded n...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 30 July 1891

ri it 5* 1 && 5 NELSON, INSURANCE AGENT, Represents the St. Paul Fire & Ma rine, German American (New York,) and Commercial Union insurance companies. WARREN, MINN VOLUM E XI. JUST FOUR LEFT. One Deering Binder, One McCormick Hinder, One Piano Hinder, One Buckeye Binder, all in good order and arr. bargains. COOKE & OLSON. LOCALSAND OTHERWISE Observe change in W. N. Powell's ndvertismenfc. Miss Tanner arrived in the city last Saturday. Don't forget to go to Taralseth's lor good bargains. Dr.J.E.Engstnd, of Grand Forks, Mas in the city on Tuesday. We are selling hats for 00 cents that w worth #1.25. WINCHESTER. The Misses Alice and Tillie Wal lace returned Duluth yesterday. Shirts and jumpers for anybody that wants them. WINCHESTER. E. J. Frank finished his shcool in Kittson Co. last week, and re turned home. Albert Vine, the butcher, will pav the highest price for hides, pelts mal furs. Patent Leather Shoes, they are dandies-Ask Winchester's price on them. Goods are n...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 30 July 1891

Warren fiheaP. J. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY. Thursday, July 30,1891. MINNESOTA STATE NEWS A Mtrchaat Bceomn Inaan*. D. L. Stlbbison, on of the most prominent merchants of Northfieltt was taken to the Rochester asylum for the insane He had been in a doubtful condition for some months, but lately had become riblently and dangerously Insane, and for the safety of his family and others with whom he came in con tact it was thought best to commit him to an asylum. He was the proprietor of a cigar factor? and did a large busi ness. Who Was DavUr A foot-race was run at Northfield be tween Howard Watson and a stranger who had assumed the name of Frank Davis for the occasion. A stake of $50 was put up for the winner, and about two score of men drove out to the sub urbs to witness the race. The result was the usual one in cases of this kind Watson was simply outclassed. Davis ran away from Watson. Several hundred dollars changed hands on the result. Plenty...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 30 July 1891

if Warren 'SheaP J.P. MATTSON, Editor and ^Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER O THE COUNTY Thursday, July 30.1891. MINNESOTA STATE NEWS A Morehaat BMOUH Insan*. D. L. Stlbbiaon, ons of the most prdminent merchants. of Northfield. taken to the Rochester asylum1 |^.,'"'i- WboWMDaTlaf tea'a. for the insane. He had been in a doubtful condition for some months but lately had become violently and dangerously insane, and for the safety of his family and others with whom he came in con tact it was thought best to commit him to an asylum. He was the proprietor ol a cigar factory and did a large busi ness. fff"^ lOT A foot-race was run at Northfield be tween Howard Watson and a stranger who had assumed the name of Frank Davis for the occasion. A stake of 950 was put up for the winner, and about two score of men drove out to the sub urbs to witness the race. The result was the usual one in cases of this kind. Watson was simply outclassed. Davis ran away from Watson. Several hundred dollars changed han...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 30 July 1891

4 h' J,* A S 41 I 4 If It* !!& Mm ol the Week BY TELEGRAPH AND MAIL. FROM WASHINGTON. THE number of post offices in the country June 80, 1801, was 04,891, as follows: First class, 116 second class, 550 third class, U.'JTfl fourth class, 61,- 449. This is an increase of 2,000 offices during the year. I N the United States the output of pig iron for the first half of 1891 was 8,371,025 gross tons, against 4,560,518 gross tons in the first half of 1890. IN Washington the National Society of the Daughters of the Revolution was incorporated with Mrs. Benjamin Harrison as president general. THE business failures in the United States during the seven days ended on the 24th numbered 354, against 274 the preceding \vev and 199 forth corre sponding week last year. A nuu.ETix from the census office shows the United States to be the larg est producer of copper in the world, its product for the year 1SS9 being 22(5,051,- v"VJ pounds. IN the United States the total inter nal revenue collectio...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 30 July 1891

MrVwwHVM *B 1MB ltfc&' WarTEr{_S^Eaf. J. P. MATTSON] Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY. Thursday, July 30,1891. A RAILROAD is being built in Torn 16,000 feet above the level of the seaway above the clouds. EVIDENCE of prosperity in the Red River Valley is nppnrent in the fact that farmers are ing to buy the land adjoining their places. all THE PRIZE fight that was adver tised to take place in St. Paul lust week did not materialize, because the current of public opinion set in HO strongly against it, that the gov ernor decided to enforce the law Governor Merriam makes a good referee, he declares a light off before it egins. WE HAVE received the catalogue o\ the State Normal School at Moor head, Minn. The total attendance in the Normal department during the past year has been l-i:,. I the list of students we find the follow h,o from Marshall connb Samuel Garborg, Grace V. Cailson, Thomas F. Clark, Cora Coon, Edward Frank, Oline (hirborg, Margaret Loughiide, Fred ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 6 August 1891

M- & A. I K\ 'I tent i? COORR & OLSON have the following parcels of land for sple on easy terms Quarter. See. Township. 157 N. K. S.W. S. K. N, K. N. K. S E. S. E. N. W. N, \V. N.E. 8. K. N. E. ltan 2*. 20 J4 IS S3 2(5 1 IS. 4S. IX. 17. i*\ 47. I!. 47. 47. 47. 17. 157 156 l." liW "FOR SALE.A flue well broke and well mutch Pd pony team Ave yoni-a .old. Price with n#w et of harness $100. COOKK & OLSON. St .1 LOCALS AND OTHERWISE. L. C. Ketchnm started for Illi nois on Tuesday. Don't forget to go to Taralseth's for good bargains. Alen's, ladies', misses' andchildrens fine shoes at Franson's. The county commissioners will hold a meeting July 15th. Genuine buckskin gloves almost given away.at Winchester's. Svea Hotel is having a uew coat of paint put on by Mr Alaglndry. Boys attention Just call in and see my new stock of harvest gloves. FllANSON. We are selling hats for 91) cents that are worth $1.25. WlNTHKSTEK. Money on hand for real estate or chattle loans at HANK OF WARRE...

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