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

fft'i* Mr- If/? 'X tf :r P. ft fr fit- 0 Irfl [wjaef" IS' 1 h^k fei^^ Klfe^ will, w- 1 THIS is pie ture of the man who CMt'Mll'S on to the Palmer farm now for sale by Cooke Jf Olson, ns lie will appenr on T'ks- giving .lav 1900 LOCALS AND OTHERWISE. Airs-. John ICivcl spent a few days in Minneapolis Inst week. The county fathers met to grin(] out the usual grist yesterday. Adolph Johnson, west of town, lost a new born child Nov. 22ml. Mrs. T. Wees and daughter Maud left on i visit to Ontario on Tuesday. MnyorLnnihcrson returned from his visit to Chicago on Tuesday morning. The great "North-Western Line" advertises cheap Canadian excursions 1 his week. 01c Olson, the rusMer, went to Crookston Monday afternoon to transact business. The parents and a brother of Edward, Frans and Erik Frnnson arrived from Sweden last Friday. Chn'rley Rue has moved his fami ly into town for the winter and is oc cupying rooms in the Whitney block. Christmas is coming, but Welander is already here with a l...

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 December 1891

la- ir- i It JOHN P. MA1T305T, Eum7r~^d* Proprietor. WARREN. MJNN THEODOBE TJI.TON still makes permanent residence in Paris. his CH \R_ ES STEWART PARNELL'S estate Tvill be inherited by his brother, John Paraell, who has left this country for Ireland. DR. BROWN SEQUARD has apparently abandoned his famous "elixir of life" and now thinks he has a cure for coughs and sneezing. THE trunk of one tree in the new state of Washing-ton was large enough to hold tw enty-eight people, who util ised it as a dining-room. Tin NPKR and lightning are exceed ingly 1 are on the Pacific coast. A^enu Ine thunder storm has visited Call ornia but twice in twelve years. AN instance of the modern regard for things suggestive of the "olden t3rmes" is the increased use of candle light at fashionable dinner parties. HE present season has been dis astrous upon the seas. It is estimated that in September and October ninety lives and 20,000,000 were lost by ship recks. HE city of Philadelphia supports six day nur...

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 December 1891

if \l a- if i u. Cunning: CandtMN Assessor (to widow of some years) How old are you madame? Widow (blushinjrly)I am in my thir ty-second year Assessor (to widow's daughter)And how old are you? DaughterI am thirty-six. Just four years older than mother.Phat-ma* ceut cal Era. A Bud Giveaway. DayMiss feears gave herself away badly last night A\ eeksHow was that? DayShe said she reaembered the mother-in-law joke when it first cama outJury. 'CQPVRIOHT IBSI "There's something behind it." That's what you think, perhaps, when you read that the proprietors of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy offer $500 reward for an incurable case of Catanh. Rather unusual, you think, to find the makers of a medi cine trying to prove that they be lieve in it. "There must be some thing back of it!" But it's a plain, square offer, made in good faith. The only thing that's back of it is the Remedy. I cures Catarrh in the Head. its mild, soothing, cleansing and healing properties, the worst cases yield, no matter how b...

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 December 1891

SB Warren Shea J.l. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER O TEIE COUNTY Thursday, December 3rd, 1891. A WATERY GRAYE. Clayton, the Six-Year Old Son of J. A. Noycs, Perishes in the Icy Waters of the Snake, WHAT couutv's i': The people of this city were rreatl shocked late las Monday afternoon to learn that the treacherous Snake had claimed another victim for itsunfavorable own. Little Clayton Noyes, a boythe about six years old, son of J. A Nnves. of this city, had obtained per mission of his mother late in the af ternoon to play awhile with his sled outdoors. There was a path neat by lending down the river bank t.. the river, and here the little fellow was wont to slide. Now someone had been cutting ice in the river dur inj- the day and left a hie hole right at the foot of the path. Mrs. Xoyes who by the way is a lady who is exThe ceedingly careful with her children, became uneasy otter he had been g'one a little while, and went, out tomethods look for him. Instinctively sh...

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 December 1891

Look at D. A in tliiy i.ssuc T, 0 'St County Attorney Btiyrell was in town Tuesday. Ole Olson went to Falls tliis morning. E. 8. I'aily is now with E. Hi^liwoi-ilen, the barber. Two men were fined by Justice East on on Tuesday for being drunk. L. Franklin expects to leave i'or the southern part of the State next week. Look over the advertisments in the !Siii:.vF before buying your Christmas presents. The friends of Sain Itooke will be glad to learn that he is improving from his iecent attack of typhoid. Uev. .S. Udden, of Moorhead, will preach in the Swedish Lutheran Church in "Warren on Friday evening, Dec. 11th. Chris Anderson had a valuable .young horse badly cut in the hind leg, being foundered iu a snow drift ami .sharp shod. The ladies of the M. E. church will give a "corn festival'-' at Slee's Hail. Wednesday evening, Dec. 16th. All tire most i-ordialby invited. The wife of John Johnson who lives back of Henry M. Swanson's lied last Sunday and was buried on -Monday. She had b...

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 December 1891

JI \r. It-* to W if arm rJ5 JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Propriety WARREN^ MINN. THIS is the year 7,910,341, according the Chinese reckoning. IN twenty years there has been no counterfeiting of American postage Btamps. IT costs two dollars for three min utes use of the telephone wire between London and Pxris. HE Rothschilds, once boycotted by every reigning family, are now received with the utmost distinction at every court in Europe except Austria. HE Pennsylvania railroad ran a train from Jersey City to Washington, a distance of 328 miles, in 251 minutea The time vas seven minutea faster than the previous fastest run. YOUR Pacific slope Mongolian mi*st be a thrifty chap. The steamer Oceanic, 6ailing the other day, took over eight hundred Chinese who were going home to the &ov\ cry kingdom to spend the holidays. JERRY WALLACE, a farmer of River dale, Ga., -while carrying a sack of ap ples from his wagon to the store, over balanced himself and broke his neck The moral of this is ...

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 December 1891

111 1. XX Mk Ife -f **kM 0* '111 1 ffisss^ '*""S**lWW**la1a^^ JOHN P. MAlTaON, lid tur "and Proprietor WARREN. MINN. I'\e marked the pearly den drap cling upon the tiemblmg spray, Reflecting like a diamond spark the beams of opening da\, I ve seen the e\ening star unveil its lamp of placid light, And cheer with silv'ry radianoe the ebon fields of ni0'ht. But brighter is thy lovely eyethat eye serene 1 firi- For love has set its signet in unlading luster there. I ve looKed into the crjstal stream that mur murs through the lea. And thought its clear pellucid breast the type of puritj, I ve gnzod upon the summer sky when not a cloud was near To mar Its sweet serenity of beauty soft and clour, But purer are the thouahts that dwell within thy faithful heart, Above the reach of pride and guile, above the reach of art" In vain I seek for emblems bright to paint thy charms so rare, In all the garniture of earth there's notiiing half so fair. The graces in thy person are harmoniously combine...

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 December 1891

i! I'i it ~*t IV Warren Sheaf. J. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL PAPER O THE COUNTY. Thursday, December 10th, 1891, BOOKS are getting so cheap now-a days that a good library is in the reach of every one. We recently bought Bryce's, The American Com monwealth, in two large, well bound volumes for 1.25. AFTER a stubborn contest, Charles F. Crisp, of Georgia, was elected Speaker of the House.. The triumph of Crisp is generally regarded as knock down for Cleveland. Local Democrats are not very well satisfied with the result, Mills being their fa vorite. THE KKTIIMIOCITY policiy is upon the most rigid lines of protection, and bears not the faintest resem blance of the free trade policy. Pro tectionism declares that ordinaryar tic!i of consumption that we do not and ennnti well produce should be idmittcd free. The reciprocity idea is that the countries from which these articles come should in return alllow our waresthose which do not conflict with their home productsto enter ...

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 December 1891

1 ft i Iff MON UtBEaa*llln J. _i IIIJ A. B. NELSON, INSURANCE AGENT, Represents the St. Paul Fire & Ma rine, German American (New York,) and Commercial Union insurance companies, WARREN, MINN Volume XII\ Editor Cronkhite ond wife start ed south last week. Guy Aubol went up to Crooks ton on Monday's train. W. F. Powell makes an import ant announcement this week. ?ris L. V. Loiift-hridge started on a visit to Polo, 111., Inst week. Hans Christofferson of Stephen, hns jione on a visit to Langdon, X. D. Rev. S. Udden held services in this city on Friday and Sunday evenings. Charles Smith of Goodhue Co., a prominent non- resident farmer near Argyle, passed north yesterday. Editor Mussey of the Thief Riv er Falls Press visited this city on -Monday, and reports a big boom, sky high, at the Falls. A. Rosenburff has gone to the Clearwater pineries to find employ ment during the winter. Mrs. Rosen burg has gone back to Iowa to visit. Persons visiting their old homes in the East this winte...

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 December 1891

ft 1 J- a hi Li*' I W & feulk \Mg ^^L_ & I MUSICAL notes, as now used, were in vented in 1380. DOMKXCIO NOCCUIA, an old brigand nnd murderer, who had spent sixty years in prison, was recently liberated in Italy. He is S3 years old. THK statistics of the British house of commons show that the annual revenue of the Church of England from ancient endowments amounts to 28,487,785. AFTEK making two or three fortunes for others Blind Tom, the musical prodigy, has been turned over to an in sane asylum to close out his remaining days of life. TITKRE are five hundred missionaries in Africa, and the, professed converts number more than twenty-five thou sand a year. Two hundred white and colored martyrs have lost their lives. A nKoxzv staiue of William Penn, thirty-seven feet in height, will be ex hibited at the world's fair by the city of Philadelphia. After the fair the statue will crown the new Philadelphia city hall. OVER three hundred thousand orange trees have been planted within...

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 December 1891

V4 \v it 9 i' 'sJ.fc It: 4 I i ft" 4 f/ N a Christmas eve an emigrant tram Sped on through te blackness of nigh*, .Ami ikft the pitchv da in twin With the gleam of its fierce headlight. In crowded car, a no'some place, Sat a im tlier and her child, Vh woman i facj bore wants wan trace, But the uti le one on!j sm i eJ And tapered and pulled at her mother's dress, And her voice had a merrj rin? Asshellsptd No mamma come and guess What Santa Claus li biing But sadlv the mother shook her head, A she thought of a happier past, ne\t tan catch us here she said, The train is going too fast "O mamma ve he'll come I say. So swift are his little deer They runs all oier the world to-day I hang my stocking up here She inned ber stocking to the seat. And tlos A her tired eje \nd soon she saw each longed for sweet In dream'and paradise On a seat behind the little maid A rough man sat apart, But a solt light o'er his features played, And -tole into his heat As the cars drew up at a busy town The ro...

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 December 1891

kK if *Tt5f -s^ w*7imrm m*mm*m\(p\$mrtr (7 '0- If f! ^p^ |&??8 Warren Sheaf. .T.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. OFFICIAL. PAPER O THE COUNTY. Thursday, December 17th, 1891. 11K who will not answer to the rud der must nuswer to the rocks.Berve IT ii good to rub nnd polish our brain against tlint of others-" Mon tnigno. HE children of to-dn.v will be the architects of onr country's destiny in li0 Jurat"* V. Garfield, IVmTU \.5Tnit (lEXER Vt. \VA\AMAK UR nnd President Harrison recommend free postal delivery for country dis trifts. Hitherto inhabitants of cities have enjojed all the benefits of im proved mail ser\icc. while the farinei hns beon obliged to net hi* mail as )est he could. It is time to make a chnncre in the program nnd give to dwellers in the country equally as iyood mail facilities. Better make our mad service moie efficient than to reduce the postage. It is cheap enough as it is, ami there no com plaint on that score. W E CALL attention to fiov. Merri am's appeal, ...

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 December 1891

HeKSW |^HE pastor was la his study, his brow was fur rowed with thought, And wisdom to guide him rightly for many a day he'd sought, And there was not a single volume on the shelves above or below That could throw any light on the problem that puzzled and vexed him so. For the harvest season was over, and Christ mas was close at hand, And the glow of the rising splendor already il lumed the land And there on the desk before him, in orderly neatness, lay The sermon he meant to deliver to his people on Christmas day. So 'twas not this that disturbed him, nor was he a moment vexed By any doubt or delusion in regard to his chosen text For he preached but a simple gospel, in lan guage as terse and plain As the smooth, round pebbles that David took when the mighty giant was slain. The pastor thought of his little nook, the chil dren great and small. And great was the loving-kiuduess with which he regarded all And yet a wave of trouble ran over his heart, because They thought much les- of ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 17 December 1891

CMi&flf^trfMlA^ 898 JOOD NIGHT,' said mamma, 'good night good night' Shut little eye lids fast and tight, And Chilslmas will soon be here Then up, up, up in the merry day. With hearts and faces happy and gay, And voices of ringing cheer "I meant to try if I couldn't keep My eyes from shutting and going to sleep, So as to get a little peep At Santa C'aus, flying, flying Out in the frosty Christmas night, When the moon and stars wero shining bright, And all the snow wus white, white, white. They said it was no use trying, For straight 1he bojs and girls all go To the land of dreams before they know. But it was making a great mistake To say that couldn't stay awake. How long it was I never could tell 'Twos hours and hours, I know very well, When I heard a silvery, tinkling bell Out in the moonlight stealing. On it camea ting a ling ling And jingely, jingelj nngely, jing You never heard such a ring, rfn* ring Of dear little sleigh bell* pealing, "I held my breath, for at once I knew...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 17 December 1891

CMKef&A, USSL AM the Christmas Tree! Come and take a look at me See my tapers burning bright See my strands of pop corn white, See the presents, row on row, Swinging, swajmg, to and fro ^h, the strange and motley fruit That I bear from branch to root I In the fore3t dim and vast, Where my early days were passed, Never dreamed I such estate .E'er would bo my happy fate. But they came and blow on blow, The strong choppers laid me low. Wanted me tor Christmas, so Here I am, and I can see, That theie reallv could not be Much of a Christmas without me. Dingdong' Ding dong' Oh the music sweet and strong I In the steeple bell I swing. And ring and ring and ring, For I am the Chnstnias bell And my glad notes surge and swell, And better than aught beside I tell Of Love's deir birth, of peace on earth, Good will to mn Now what, I pray, Would be the merry Christmas Day, Without the tlang and surge and swell Of Me, the Happy Christmas Ball' And now I pray just look at Mr Christmas BelL Mr C...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 17 December 1891

AKE some lightly- falling snowflakes, some stars, some wintry weather (Meanwhile the hells, for miles around, start ringing altogether) With shouts of merriest laughter, and with sounds of merriest singing, (Be sure, whate'er you do, to keep the joyful bells a-ringing) And Christmas trees enough to fill a forest, decked with berries. Some creamy white and some as red as sum mer's ripest cherries, And stockings of all sizes and all hues set gently swinging From chimney shelves. (And, mind, don't let the gladsome bells slop ringing. 1 And of mince pies, plum puddings, turkeys, chickens, yes, and any Good things you And take plenty, for you can not have too many. Then Santa Claus get hold of when his rein deer steeds .\re springing From roof to roof (cling-elang! cling-clang! still have the bells a-ringing). And help yourself to sweets and toys for some poor little dweller. Some pretty, thin-faced boy or girlin garret or in cellar- To whose pale cheek the sight of them will flush of jo...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 17 December 1891

V.tti 1- Wtt SUPPLEMENT. COXPE.NSED TELEGRAMS. Krupp is said to have received an order for heavy cannon from the Chilian government. George W. Stewart, a Southerner, and the in ventor of the sea telephone, is dead iu New York. The gro-ss Value of the late Mr. Paroell's prop erty is sworn at $55,S70 and the net value at 31,260. The illness from which KiiigGeorge is suffering, which was at first stated to be chickenpox, is now pronounced smallpox. The new commercial treaties between Austria Hungary and Switzerland and Germany and Switzerland were signed yesterday. Queen Victoria gave a banquet at Windsor castle yesterday in honor of the betrothal of the duke of Clarence and Avondale to Princess Victoria Mary of Teck. The body of William J. Florence was interred in Greenwood cemetery, New York, yesterday. The family and a number of prominent friends ol the deceased were present. Rev. C. C. McCullough, ex-president of the na tional conference of charities and corrections, died at his ho...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 17 December 1891

tire product or our silver mines. This is more than they themselves thought or asking two years ago. I believe it is the earnest desire of a great majority of the people, us it is mine, that a full coin use shall he made of silver just at soon as the co-operation of other nations can be secured and a ratio fixed that will give circu lation equally to gold and silver. The business of the world requires the use of both metals, but I do not see any prospect of gam, but much of loss, by giving up the present system, in which a full use is made of gold and a large use of silver, for one in which silver alone will circulate. Such an event would he at once fatal to the further progress of the silver movement. Bimetallism is the desired end, ai:d the true friends oi s-ilver will be careiul not to overrun the goal and brine in silver monometallism, with its neces sary attendants, the loss of our gold to Europe and the relief of the pressure therj for a larger currency. 1 have endeavored by 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. — 24 December 1891

P )f 'i i I 1 W HIJII ii.'jim.3 Volume XII. MON! Home and County News Dr. Wattam was at Argyle on Tuesday. Miss Grace Wesefsll started on Tuesday iorC)iicii|Df her home. The step father of Jfrs. T. Elliott i^nmed to Winona on Tuesday. MlNi Qrace Stone will spend Christmas with friends In this city., Nels Freeberg who is manager of a farm at Buffington, Polk Co.. was in town last week. Thefe will be Christmas trees in the Presbyterian and Methodist Churches to-night. The ice rink appears to be well patroniaedJtad affords lots of sport the joaag people. James Coon and wife Tislted former Wanger friends In this city on Sunday and Monday. Rer. 8. R. Ferguson will preach at the Presbyterian Church nextSun day at the usual hour. There will he a Christmas tree at the Swedish Lutheran church on Sat urday evening at o'clock. A. E. Franklin left on Tuesday for Waverly, Iowa, where his father resides. He intends to spend the winter there. fhna theS A to your distant friends as a present. You w...

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 December 1891

r&fr1 i I 1 i! w'vini itaMHi^aa & ren c^j JOHN P. MAITsON, Editor and Proprietor WARREN .NN. FoilI\-KOI per cent of all the rail ways in the woild are in this country. (TRFAT Nun poured nearly 150,000 omiprt ants into the United States dur ing the lii st seven months of the pres ent 3 ear ONE HLMIR KU children were sold in the Moioeeo slave market recently by Sultan Muley Ilassen, who has gone into the business. IT tool* sixty thousand ears to trans port the giap^s of the United States to market this \ear The vineyards of this country represent an investme nt ot S15"5,000,000 and over THF population of the "Cherokee Nition." hkh has just sold six million acres of land to the government, is alout thnty thousand Th Cherokees aiealujjhh civilized tribe of Indians. na. Mr Chase is the first Indian ever admitted to the piact.ee of law in 2s*.bias\.a PATH *a that her diamonds have been greatly oveiestimated in value and that she has only a modest StiOQ, 000 stock to potter along i...

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