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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 3 September 1891

j4 -s u, *s ft 1 ft PJ e^4 1 nine The Palmer Farm. *r,ll "lasnilioMU pro}tM-t. of s, HI n.ljohtlnp jj Wty of W.utvii, iiinv offered for R:Ui About llOati-M umli-i- iith\ifioii throo liiitnlfv.l of v.liicli i siijn:m fallowed. Oood li MIXV ami burn nhH- 10 minutes wit'k fnvn router of itv\ This rarni will be worth rvirt ivhit nmv ask for it 'inn few y.oi-!. or address Cooke Olson. LOCALS AND OTHERWISE. City Charters for sale at this ottiee "Fresh fish at. .Pihlstrom's everv Saturday. Don't forgot to go to Taral^eth's for ?ood bargains. We are selling lints for 0 0 coats that are worth $1.2 5. Men's., ladies', misses' and ehildrens fine .shoos at Frauson's. Genuine hm-kslcin gloves almost #ivon away at Winchester's. Tho going wages for harvesting :m threshing is $2.00 a day. Slee will sella maro, eolt, buggy :in.l harness foi-.^To on finie. Tho cify schools eommenccd on Mimdn.v last, with a fair attendance. P. T. Scotland, a Peering repre sentative, was in tho oily on Monday mil Tuesd...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 3 September 1891

(f ^t* i & $ JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. WARREN, MINN. HE husk of Indian corn is being1 for the manufacture of paper. STRAWBERRIES grow even in cold Alaska, and now is the season for them. ACCORDING to expert figures, the per manent tramp population of the United States numbers 60,000. MRS. LAVINA FILJ.MOKE, a relative of President Fillmore, has just cele brated her one hundred and fourth birthday. She resides in Clarence. A PHILOLOGICAL statistician calcu lates that in the year 2000 there will be 1.700,000,000 people who speak Eng lish, and that the other European lan guages will be spoken by only 500,000,- 000 people. VELOCIPEDES having been introduced in the regular service of the Russian army, as reported, an official name of Slavonic origin has been devised for them. The new name is samoskaty, "self roller." HE little king of Spain does not know his letters yet and all mental education has been forbidden him. He is so fragile and puny physically that the slighte...

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

awpgppa^^ A rh "THE SCENTED GARDEN." Lady Barton's Destruction of Manuscript Left by Her Husband. The late Sir Richard Burton, trans lator of "The Arabian Nights," was one of the most profound oriental scholars of his time. Some years immediately preceding- his death we re spentin trans lating1 from the Arabic another book, **A Scented Garden," which he had al most completed. left hardly any property but this wo rk he felt would provide amply for his wife, and in that expectation he died. The manuscript upon which he had lavished^so mu ch care and labor and which he had ex pected wou ld be a monument to his genius, never reached the printer's hands. I twas burned by his wife,who tells the story in a letter to a London paper: "When I locked myself up in his rooms and sorted and examined the manuscript I read this one. N prom ise hai been exacted from me, because the end had been so unforeseen, and I remained for three days in a state of perfect torture as to what I ought to do about ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 3 September 1891

of & *v i It' 1 ar Wappen 5 heap. MATTSON^ Editor and Proprietor. 'OFFICIAL PAIER JF~THE"COWV. Thursday, aep'teittber 3ivl, 1891. OVRK fltty one million bushels of "xv)ieat. were received at Minneapolis for the crop year ending Sept. 1st, SENATOR Washburn has returned from his European trip. He speaks exultinn-ly of his tour in Norway and Sweden. Tun revolution in Chili is at an end and the revolutionists, or contyres Hionnl pnrty is on top. Bnlmaeedit has left for parts unknown. OLIVER Wendell Holmes celebrated Ins eijyhty-.seeond biitlidtiy an Amy liih He retains his --oo health and is as full of wit. and humor a ever. I is jyiven out. alrendy that Tom Wilson and Doe Ames will be the Democratic candidates for lyovernoi ind Heutenant. jyovernor next year If tlie republicans put up Knute V1 son Tom and Doc won't lijyure in the result.Todd To. Ar^us. MAJOK Mckinley has started the political pot to boil in Ohio and the fire will bo kept up until next Novem ber. Free coinntye and t...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 10 September 1891

pi &*A ft-7 I Volinn ,17. The Palmer Farm. T|]fj iiijWiffi.-oiit property of .V(MliuT.H^ji(|joiiiiii. Hu oity ,m 'i -_! A!,on LOCALS AND OTHERWIS E. City Charters for sale at tliis office. Co. Trt'.'i.s. Holm was at Stephen yesterday. Fresh lisli at Pihlstrom's Sat unlaw Miss Hose Iliektuan wvut to 8t. Faul Monday evening. (Jenuine buekskin gloves almost given awav at Winchester's. "To the Faelfie Coast and Hark Again" is necessarily left out, this week. Goods are now sold cheaper at Taraliseth's briek store than over before. Chris ITalsa will take inthegold en grain at the Rjwr elevator this year. For choice chewing and .smoking tobaccos, cigars, snuff and pipes, go to Ed Frauson's. Ed Sice went to St. Paul on Tuesdaynor to see the Fair but to buy goodsso he says. I'illsbury Academy is a flourish ing school located at Owatonnn. Minn. See advertisement elsewhere. Mr. F. A. Fretz has secured a position as wheat buyer at (lie Min nesota. & Dakota elevator opposite the Bank. A ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 10 September 1891

I A +r r** & 'i 'I ft. JW"m JOHN P. MA1T30N. lid-tor nnd Proprietor. WARREN. MINN. THEY are now trying to show that Christopher Columbus was a French man, or at least was born in Corsica under French government. Tw the 6,000,000 ietters that reached the dead-letter office last year there as money amounting to &2S.643 and checks and notes of the value of $1,471,- 871. GREAT guns that require one thou sand pounds of powder and carry a ball twelve miles are something of a terror, but, they will do ft small amount of fighting. RKV. E. A. BUCK, of Fall River, ^lass., has signed his name to 1,016 marriage certificates. He boasts that no knot he ever made has been untied have by death. ABOI*T 8,000 stars are visible to the naked eye, being those up to the sixth magnitude. The latest calculations of the astronomers put the entire number of stars at 14,000,000. THK same*day that Mrs ex-President Volk died a letter was received at the white house, of which she was mistress so many yea...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 10 September 1891

i* 'i I asm fpimvi^fieaf JOHN P. MAITSON, Editor am! Proprietor WARREN~ I MINN. CRADLE SONG. Bnny, let us both sro sailing In i fair bai! im.i ith Its silken wings outspreatlirs To the nuitry of Cathay Lc the two of us make voyage Where in other dins have gone Men and babies, dolto and sagts, All in quest of Prester John. ibj. let us both go sailing To the Persian land aw ay, There to Nit rosy gardens At the dawning of the day As the sun begins its journey We'll bigin the pleasing tramp, S (kins? Aladdin, the lucky. And his genius of the lamp. Bab\. let us both go sailing, Where the calm Pacific lies, ith its aw eep of deep blue surface Spread before our eager ejes Let us leave its shores that glidd With their palm treos fruits and flowers, Till we come to Crusoe's island By this fany bark of ours. iby, let us both go sailing Stormy seas Arabian o'er, Till we find where Sinbad'b valley Has of diamonds countless store Then, with gems of priceless value, Joyfullv returning here, S me ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 10 September 1891

fc-*BirtJkW*j fr4 A. ^'V-^T^P^^W^S'^^^w^^^^^l^ Warren Sheaf. J.1\MATTS0N, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER O THE Ctttm'TY. Thursday, September 10th, 1891 HE Sn RAF has no desire to be unjust in it's criticism of any rail ion (I corporation. We believe that a jvreat deal of the popular clamor against, railroads is uncalled for and not. warranted by the facts in the ra.se. llailroads are built for the purpose of making money for their owners, the same as nn#y other enter prise in which the people engage,and a fair profit should he accorded them. Yet it should also be borne in mind that railroads are public car riers, and that, the people are very deeply interested in how they are romlm-ted. The public has given to them valuable franchises and privi leges for which they expect returns of some kind. Railroad corpora tions are to a certain extent crea tions of the people, and when they become disregarded of the interests of the people they should be dealt with summarily. For that re...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 17 September 1891

i w* i lf It *4. ,5. NELSON, INSURANCE AGENT, Represents the St. Paul File & Mn vino, (lei-man American (New York,) and Commercial Union insurance com panics. WARRICN, MINN Volu me XL Tlie Palmar Farm. TliK iiijiriiilic.'iit |rii|wtv of v-! .11 res tiiljciiiiiim the jt.\ 'i! .1 fur s"1''- Al'imi I5ii iivs uu.l.-i- '-IlAML'JAl*"' luimiml of wliii-h is summer fallowed. ('_0,JJ' .iii lutrn oiil.v ID mimit's w.i'k Irani vnlv of if.v. This farm will hownrlli iuiit v, h.u wo now ask for ir in f'vv y.'u-s, ("all or addrvss Cooke S- Olson. LOCALS AND OTHERWISE. City Charters fors.de at tin's office Fresh lish at Pildstrom's everv Saturday. County Snpt. Wyant was in town yesterday. lon' forget to go to Taralseth's for good bargains. Have you seen those cork sole shoes at Winchesters? M*-n\-, ladies', misses' and ehildrens tine shoes at Franson's. Do von need a carpet? Winchest er has just what you want. Road the new announcement o: the Central Drugstore in this issue. A rain on Thursday ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 17 September 1891

ft VI Sfc. Volume I? li The Palmer Farm. Thi^nj^siuflwiU property of S0jmys niljohihiir \hc Htv of Wnrroi now nffwO for suit-. About 450 Hi-res niidtr lHvutin.thrt hundred o,f J?yLj'L fallowed su (iood loust' iind barn onl.v 10 minut- walk from centvr of fily twice what we now ii.sk for If in few years. C-ttl or nddress Cooke Olson. ancaennc LOCALS AND OTHERWISE. City Charters for sale at. this office Fresh fish at Pihlstrom's every Saturday. County Snpt. Wyant was in town yesterday. Don't forget to go to Taralseth's for good bargains. Have you se- those cork sole shoes at Winchesters? Men'*, ladies', misses' and childrens fine shoes at Frmison's. Do von neeii a carpet? Winchest er has just what you want. Read the new announcement o! the Central Drugstore in this issue. A rain on Thursday night last week stopped the threshers on Fri day. Miss Belle Tanner returned to her home in Minneapolis Tuesday evening. (joods are now sold cheaper at Taralseth's brick store than ever before. Mrs...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 17 September 1891

I it tf i Tdvrtn $ VOHN P. MAlTdON, Editor mid Propriotor, WARREN. MINN. FONTAINE, who lived two hun dr and fifty yoars a^o, has iust had a monument erected to 1 is memory Paris. A N armed desperal* in Florida st uped into a negro church and com pelled the ieaeons to take up a collec tion for his benefit OVER eight hundred patents ha ve bejn g-iSanted by the United States prtent oftiee on electric storage bat teries and their details. ii-j.1.1 a I the 6,000,000 letters that reached the dead-letter office last yet "there was ^ney amounting to 82b,042 and checks and notes of the value of 1,471,871. fnu JI^IRELIO VS. of the Virgini a supreme couit, is but four feet high, but he is so d'gmfied that no facetious la\Mer has ever dared to dub him a bru TIIF chair occupied by Garibaldi in th Italian legislative chamber in Rome is 1.nng with a laurel wreath. Since the patriot's death no one has been al 'owed to use it. Av automatic machine has been made which forms, fills, weighs and se/il p...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 17 September 1891

r* A V* I nrrm & JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor WARREN~ MINN. THE PARSONS DAUGHTER. *TTa Sunday mom, and loud and Ttao bells were sweetly blending, And worshipers from far and near 4 Their way to church -were wending. With eager haste they filled the pewa hear the famed exhorter, But with the singers iu the choir There sat the parson's daughter. "Her voice gave out Its sweetest tones^ She led the anthem finely. And captivated all who heard, For oh: she sang di\ inely' The old familiar hymns rang out Like bugle calls, far reaching, And kept the sinners wide awake Who doxed all through the preaching.. But little thought she, as she sang With so much taste and feeling, r^The while her lovely eyes were raised Devoutly toward the ceiling Ah, little thought the maiden then, What havoc sho was making, Or that a heart among the pe ws For lo\e of her was breaking. The pardon preached of lo\ e, forsooth* On Sundaj after Sunday, Which made the folks more neighborly And sociable 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. — 17 September 1891

A%i W i i J*v II I '.""JUS* 4 SWlBBsaW^iJi^ Warren, fiheaf. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER O TH E COUNTY. Thursday, September 17th, 1891. A JOINT debate has been arrange*! for between Gov.Cain.pboU and Major McKinlcy. PRESIDENT HILL has declared that the Great Northern will be completed to Paget sound within 18 months. SENATOR QUAY is a, pretty lively corpse yet, politically speaking:. As an astute politicnn and political manager, he has few equals in the country. THE SHERBURNE ADVANCE speaks of a Farmer who drove into his wheat field with his harvesters and when he had finished he found that be had been walled in by the shocks so he could not get out till the neighbors came and opened a road.-Todd To. Argus. AN aged woman named Richardson who lives some miles west of Long Prairie, died (to all appearances) on Monday, and arrangements had been made for the funeral, when she show ed signs of returning life and revived somewhat. She lived until Wednes day and then ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 September 1891

t n si r- ft 9*,. TV nine TJia Palmer Farm. Til- lnaKnin^nt pvojn^y^f Md ii. vrfjwl yhilnty .i ..jt.y '"L'l'lilil'.'.'j-JJ'r*'f hmi.l.v.1 t.f "'llL'"!' i *":::r f.ilhnvo.l. ('ood IIMC am i li.irn only 10 mi:.u.i w.iiUJVoin tvntt of city. Thi fa.-iu will worth tuji-' \r}}, i( now jisk rr if ill jj^fiMv y-inv.. Ci!l fi*.)i|)lrtv: i O^Ar Olson. LOCALS AND OTHERWISE. City Charters for sale at this ofliee Fresh fish nt Tihlstrom's- everv Saturday. Don't forgot tojjo to Taralselh's for fc'ood bargains. Have you seen those cork sole shoos nt Winchesters? MonV, holies', misses' ami childi-ens fine shoes at Franson's. Do von need a carpet? Winehest or has just what you want. -John M. H.-dverson spent Sun day last witha friendat(irn nd Forks. Hoods arc now sold cheaper ai Tarnlsefh's brick store than ever before. M A. J. Preston is travelling collec tor tor !iu IWringeompnuy in terri tory north of Warreii. Harvey F. Muxsey lias been ap pointed president oi'the Vill.-igeCoun of Thief River Fal...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 September 1891

^,'i!v* ft v, ft 5 II JC 4', J' p?N fe'X "^y-* T*** 55'V' -V*1 v^w^fl ^^,6. nrrcn 8 JOHN P. MAVTdON, Editor rtud Proprietor. WARRE N~ MINN. ISfoRK people born in Vermont reside out of the state than in it. A TArTER-MACiiR trunk is one of the latest ideas. The baggage-smasher finds it practically indestructible. OVER eight hundred patents have been granted by the United States patent office on electric storage bat teries and their details. ACCORDING to the most recent census returns London has a population of *,500,000. Paris of 2,450,000, Berlin of 1,574,-IS5 aud S Petersburg of 1,000,000. I CHIEF JUSTICE LUCAS, of the Virginia supreme court, is but four feet high, but he is so dignified that no facetious lawyer has ever dared to dub him a brief. HE chair occupied by Garibaldi in the Italian legislative chamber in Rome is hung with a laurel wreath. Since the patriot's death no one has been al lowed to use it AN automatic machine has been made which forms, tills, weighs and seals pac...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 September 1891

1 Jff Jt life '^T?t%$Ti 1* 'At. iK MAN AGAINST TIGER. he Thrilling Struggle of a Nervy Half* Breed With a Ferocious Hun-Eater. It was the state of Miraadeo, Nev Venezuela. I twas in the morning, and I was with Manuel, the tiger-hunter, on the mountain. I do not know how long Manuel and the tiger faced each other there in il narrow path like gladiators. It seemed along time. This was the test Iho tiger waited instinctively to see the* strange thing before him turn and run' away as everything else in the foresl invariably did, but greatly to his sur prise the thing stood its ground like an' immovable rock. The tiger was king of the forest, and he knew it, and whe i he had ma de up his mind that this thing was not going to run, he camq forward slowly to investigate. This was courage, even in a wild brute, and I respected him for it. I doubt if the lion or the tiger of India has this un shakable nerve. I looked at Manuel as the tiger came slowly and cautiously along the path stood like ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 September 1891

MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER O TH E COUNTY. raday, September 24th, 1891. To tbe Pacific Coast and Back Again. [BY THE EDITOR.] Continued from last week. Before the completion of Stamped Tunnel the trains were carried across the mountains over the "Switchback'', a series of zigzag movements, which formerly were an interesting feature of the route. As soon as we had made the tunnel, Mr. Walker and myself betook ourselves to the elegant dining car of the Northern Pacific where meals are furnished to suit the most fastidious epicure. We came Very near for getting that the swarthy gentleman had made his last call for dinner in the dining car", so eagerly had we gazed at the scenic panorama. The scenery west of the Cascades is the most wild and grand that we had thus far met. There appears to be a climax of beautiful scenery as one travels westward. Shakespeare says that the man who has no music in himself is tit for treason, stratagem and spoils, and surely the man who ...

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

I I hi IFOIES SALE. Tiie Palmer Farm. TIlM DlflRIlill.VIlt ItVOpPrtv of MW (,ro.Ni_ ailjoliifntr i Fresh tish at Pihlstrom's every Saturday. Kirke Pa vies is clerking for Ed. Franson. Don't forget to go to Taralseth's for good bargains. Have you seen those cork sole shoes at Winchesters? Men's, la dies', misses' and ehildrens fine shoes at Franson's. Do von need a carpet? Winchest er lias just what you want. The Hoard of Conntv Commis sioners will meet October I :Stl. (loods tire now sold chea])er at Taralseth's brick store than ever before. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Urown left Monday for a pleasure and business trip to Fargo and vicinity. Frank A. Mattson left yesterday for Moorhead where he will attend school at the Hope Academy. Joseph A. Fnriihaiu, of Wiscon sin, arrived this morning to look tifter his farm south west of town. A nice asortment of lap robes, dus ters, buggy aprons and saddles, just received and at bottom prices at II. J. Iiennewitz Mr. E. Easton, of Owatonna. Minn., arr...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 1 October 1891

i V! 'I IT ffii^ 3fl. I aaWiiUhT'maeiMi '%wi *W-****. 38 JOHN P. VlTaON, Editor and Proprietor WARREN~ I MINN. Tx has been discovered that almanacs a ate back to the year 100 A. D. O the twenty-seven royal families of Europe two-thirds are Germans. A MOUNT \IN of coal in Wild Horse valley, Wyo, has been burning for more than thirty years. SENATOR HARRIS, of Tennessee is said to be the oldest living1 congress- man. was first elected in 1849, at the age of 31 years. THE most violent thunderstorms in the world occur in French Guiana. The thunder there an ordinary storm is almost deafening, while peal follows peal in quick succession THE growth of hoise-racing in the last ten years is illustrated by the fact that in 1SS0 the money added to prizes bv the racing associations amounted to tlS0,000 }ow it reaches S4,000,000. IN the museum of the dead-letter of fice at ashiugtim, D, there is a piece of parchment iipm which is penned a cop}' of the Lord's Prayer written in iiftv-four different...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 1 October 1891

i mj^~.~...irtimM. 4 ^P^W^? ff I i iu -il i 4 \i ill .1 SMS# ill Qfnrren &heaf. JOHN P. MAlTsON, Ed-tor mid Proprietor. WARREN~ MINN. BILL'S GIRL. 6be'8Hot-o ery short jet neither is she aw (U tUil. In broBKiir on her shrpe you can't go wrong, Iler ej es are big and snappy, aud her noso is strut*, lit and small. And hei mouth jest built for kissin' right along. And Bill-well, he's no beauty, and he's big iind lumb'rin', too T'vc wondered how he got her to say yes Dut what's the use of reasonin' on what alius has 'en true, Sence lo\e made his fust deal in happiness? You see. Bill's girl's so pert and keen, so sassy and so Unowin', htle he ain't got much gumption, as you've found, That it looUs a'might) cur'ous why she give him ^eeh a show in' With lotb of other fellows flyin' round. Dut m) notion of a woman is that when it comes to men Shc's apt to do the thing you'd think she wouldu t, Yet for which she has within her something far be) ond our ken. That lets her know jest what s...

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