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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 28 January 1892

MUST APOLOGIZE. President Harrison's Message on tho Chilian Imbroglia. Minister Egan'3 Acts UpheldThe UltimatumReparation Insist- ed Upon. TEXT QV THE MESSAGE, WASHINGTON*. Jan 25.The follow ing' is President Harrison's message on the Chilian situation sent to congress to-day: To THE SEVATR AND HOCSK OF REPRESENT- ATIVES: In my annual message, delivered to rongress at the beginning of the present ses sion, after a brief statement of the facta then in the possession of this government touching the ussault in the streets of Valparaiso, Chili, upon the sailors of the United States steamship Bal timore on the evening of the 16th of October Inst, I said: "This government is now awaiting 1 he result of an investigation which has been conducted by the criminal conrt at Valparaiso. It is reported unofficially that the investigation Is about completed, and it is expected that tho result will soon be communicated to this gov ernment, together with some adequate and sat isfactory response to t...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 28 January 1892

I t'J. 'IS 52*'* W!' W Warwn SheaP MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Thursday, January 28th, 1892. The County Printing. As announced in last weeks issue thecounty printing-has been awarded to the Banner and it becomes the official paper for the ensuing year. When we assumed charge of this pa per, we found the office in no shnpe to do the work of public printing then we neither had money nor ex perience, now we have both, and have taken the printing at what we believe to be right, and have saved* to the tax payers of this county, the snug little sum of #1,000. For'the present we shall say nothing more touching this subject, but may refer to it in the future. The above item appeared in the Banner of Jan. 14th, and but for our illness would have received our comments last week. For pure, un adulterated gall, misrepresentation and falsehood we have scarcely seen its equal. The editor of the Banner evidently tries to pose before the tax payers ot th county as a public benefactor, a role wh...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 4 February 1892

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. MON! EY made buy- ing Red River Valley Farms at present prices. COOKE & OLSON will sell you all or part of the Pal mer farm at low prices considering location and quality of the land. Home and County News Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Rafferty re turned yesterday morning. Considerable wheat is being marketed in Warren these days. Attorney Samuel Cooke is in St. Paul this week attending to busi ness. Miss Lizzie Fernstrom, of Steph en, is visiting at County Treasurer Holms'. Mrs. A. R. Gordon left last night for Buffalo, Minn. Mr. Gordon ac companied her as far as Crookston. County Attorney Bayrell re turned home yesterday. The loss of their child was a severe shock to him and his wife. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Todd left yesterday for Wisconsin where Mrs. Todd is to be treated for cancer. She has been worse since her arrival he...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 4 February 1892

""V 1 3 to (^& JOHN P. MATT30S, Editor and Proprietor. WARREN. MINN. SCIENTIS TS figure it out that a man bi-eathes seven hogshead of air a day. TwKjtTY-KivK hundred women in the United States possess medical diplo mas. CHICAGO is full of philanthropists. One of the mheld up a poor old cripple on Clark street the other night. MANY a man who turned over a new leaf about four weeks ago failed to paste it down with the mucilage of perseverance. "AUNT" CLARA. VOORIIEK S died at Princeton, N J., the other day, aged 97 ypnrs. She was known to every scholar nt Princeton college whe re she hadan lived forth past sixty years. EUPKP.OJI MAXIMILIAN, of Germany ordered a suit of clothes from his tailor torn- hundred years ago, and the bill has just been put into court Mon archy has its advantages, after all. WAISU MCALLISTER figures up that a fTPnticman can live decently in New York and keep a family on 183,953 a year. Now, if Mr. McAllister will try his hand at showing how a man can honest...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 4 February 1892

KB*] iy JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor WARREN~ I MINN. TOO "PROGRESSIVE" FOR HIM. I nm somothm' of a \ot'ran, jest aturnin' eighty S ear A man th.it hale an' hearty an a stranger tew all fe.ir- llut 1 "vt hoard some ne-ss this mornin' that has uio old b- ad spin An Ira goin tc ease my conthun if I never speak nmn I \c lived four score jears of life, an' never till tt dav W ii/ I t*ke fer a jackass or an ign rant kind o' J". Tow he stuffed with such durned nonsense 'bout them crawlm bugs an'worms That ,i kill hum vn bcin with their "mikro skopic germs Th theres mikrobes all about a lookin' fer then pro's Ihert nothin pure tew eat nor drink an'no ife place tew st.n There mfasm in the dew fall, an "malarj" in the sun "lain site to be out doors at noon or when the da it. done Ihere bnetery in the water an' "trikeenj" in the meat Vnucbj in the atmosphere, "calorj in the he it- ^1 hi rt -i torpussuls an "pigments' in a hu in hi in blood A I t\ir\ other kind thing existin tenc the ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 4 February 1892

J:* &- fJSf, Warren SheaP. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. \TbursJay, February 4th, 1892. THE PUBLISHER of a country news paper who advocates cutting dowi rates established by law for doing printing for the county is no triend of the publishing fraternity, and in fact no friend of himself. We can see no reason why the Country publisher should not receive full legal rates for work done for the county as well as county officers should receive their salaries. Surely publishers of conn try papers have hard times enough to mnke a living without being sub jected to the ruinous practice of put ting up at auction the work required to be done by the county. It would be jnst as proper and just as consist ent to miction off to the lowest bid tier the different county offices. Pub lishers who advocate this method should, to be consistent, whenever they do work for the county, never charge legal rates, the same "as they do when they perform legal work for individuals or an estate. They s...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 11 February 1892

p^WSSSF ^~WM s/j&&*"p*$$F?*P'i A. 8. Elford is in the city witness on the Russell case. A. B. NELSON, INSURANCE AGENT, Represents the St. Paul Fire & Ma rine, Gorman American (New York,) and Commercial Union insurance companies. 1 WARREN, MINN Vol 111)16 XII. We have a few bargains in farm property near Warren and Ar- .ylp- Money in it. COOKE & OLSON. Home and County News WHEAT QUOTATIONS. No. 1 Hard 1 Northern Rejected Barley Everybody week. G8 ets. 07 1 54." .40 40 30 to 40 is courting this V. Harrington of Fargo is stop ping in town a few da vs. as a John Barium, of Stephen, at tended the Fireman's ball on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Bennewitz, of Argyle, started yesterday on a visit to Red Wiiijr. Attorney Ira C.Richardson, now of Rochester, Minn., has attended court this week. F. L. Engberg, of Duluth, Minn., representing the Moline Organ Co., was in town Saturday. County Auditor Glavin has no tified town clerks that each town must hereafter support its own poor....

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 11 February 1892

Fl'jmb&9 &-' 1 & 11 JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor WARREN. rRAikCiij DALE, a colored man took oath in Judge Broaddus' court in Kansas City, Mo, that he was 170 years old and had fought under Wash ington in the Revolutionary war. The old chap would swear to anything. JLDGI VG from some of the recent po lice reports the "merry-go-round" in Chicago is taking the place of the "roller rink Sor.osis. has been discussing in Bos ton how best to manage husbands, and about all the members had something to say on the subject during the de bate Probably the best suggestion uime fiom Lily Dc\eieaux Blake, who 1'ioposed, as the best rule for marital happiness that the wife should not al ^\aAsask her husband where he was troinc when he went away, and where he had been when he came back FFHDIN VM? ARD the e\-Napoleon of finance, who wrecked the firm of (.rrant Ot Ward, will be a free man in a short time His term in bing S will soon expire AN ard has learned the printer's tiade i...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 11 February 1892

*-"-nr'WH*"t'y COPYRIGHT I8S1 time take it. v* mm to benefit cuie. tea tetf ~f ^^Wf^jj A Wild Dnck's Forethought A English correspondent describes tin interesting- case of a wild duek't forethought. A mowing machine wai Bet to work round the outside of a field of lucerne bordering a marsh, diminish* ing the circle each tims round the field, leaving about two acres in the center. A wild duck was seen the shspherd to fly from the p:ece of lucerne that was left A\ith something in her beak, and, happening fly near him, she dropped a three parts incubated egg. She 'wa again observed the shep herd, and also the sheep-shearer, carrying another egg in her beak, this time over the marsh wall toward the saltingsan again she was seen for the third time carry an egg in her beak in the same direction Next day, when the field was finished by the removal ot the last piece of lucerne, the wild duck's nest, from which the eggs had been removed, was discovered.Chi* casro Times. I it doesn't, the mone...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 11 February 1892

*&&*- *ageSwS3*'*p*s Warren Sheaf. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Thursday, February nth, 1892. TnnMinnenpolisTribune An nual last Friday was an elegantly gotten up issue. 1 i Tin: ONLY fault with representative Johnson of North Dakota is bis fond ness for the pronoun I, EX-SEWTOR INOALLS TOJH the United Shv1 has no use for a navy it mil onh hung us into trouble. GOVERNOR BO \D has been reinstat ed cs governor of Nebraska,the su preme court having decided that he is a citizen tgfgmgmgmffmjgmfmmmm Tun WITHDRAWAL of Maine has caiibed much rejoicing among Presi dent Hamson's admirers and among the Democrats, a- 1 i 1 TIIF orTTiNo of sufficient farm la borers will become an important question in the spring The fall work was left in very backward state and an increased force of men and teams will be needod to get the sid ing done i LL-J- THE STATEMENT IB ffoinff tho rounds of th alliance that the perBornstedt capita amount ot monev in circula tion tin Tnited States is about,...

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 February 1892

r{ 4 WHEAT QUOTATIONS. No. 1 Hard 1 Northern Rejected Harley fleo. O verm ire, of Minneapolis, ttns in the city yesterday. The County Commissioners will meet to-morrow (Friday). The editor of the Register is laid up for repairs this week. Mrs. Da vies, wife of the late T. It. Da vies, is very sick at her home. L. I). Marshall, of Crookston, registered at the Windsor on Mon thly. J. A. Noyes is the agent at War ren for the Northwestern Aid Associ ation of Chicago. Rev. James Door, of Hamlin, Minn., preached in the M. E. Church last Sunday evening. James Rafferty returned from nn extended visit to Illinois and oth er parts, on Wednesday. Frank Gravel, a traveling sales man of Minneapolis visited his cus tomers iu this city on Monday. Mrs. A. Mclntyre, wife of the genial "Windsor" land lord, is suffering with the grippe. Mr. Fred Brady made a flying trip to Crookston on Tuesday. We hope Fred will soon explain these flying visits. The Womans Foreign Mission ery Society will meet at the ...

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 February 1892

JOHN P. MA1TSON, Editor and Proprietor WARREN^ MINN. IN thirty of the largest cities of the country there are now well-equipped cooking schools. "THK tongue is an unruly member," and there are three thousand languages in the world to "sass back" in. LATE reports from the Argentine Republic say that the wheat and wool crops in the republic are the largest ever known in the country's history. THE latest architectural novelty in Chicago is a book-shaped block twelve stories high. This book will have steel bindings with terra cotta taimining's. y\\iv. PArri and the American dollar have again fallen in love with each other. And as it is leap year, Mme. l'atti may be relied upon to elope %\ith the dollar EDISOV said, recently "So far as the patents themselves go, I have stood an actual loss in experimenting and in lawsuits of ?G00,000 I should be better off if I hud not taken out any patents." THE new cable between New York aud the Bahama islands has been completed and the first message f...

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 February 1892

I'"- How'i This! W offer One Huudred Dollars Reward for any case of Cuarrh it can not be cured by Hull C.itan li (lure CIIEM,Y As Pi ops Toledo, O W the undersigned, tuuo known Clicnej for tlio 11-.t 1) \tais, unci believe li'ui perfectly honoiable in all business tur ns lotions nnd linuuilH ble to iairy 0 it cin\ ob lgaLions in ule by their ihm West & Tiin\, Wholesale Dru^Rists, To ledo, O W.ildinsr, Kninau ALutin, Wh.l S do Di uergist-, '1 ole IO, Ohio ill itnuh is takm internally, in tui^d 11 upon the blood and mucous suif i ii[ iMe s\ stem Pi ice 7* per bot tle, bold b\ a'ldiur^ists Teslimon alsfiee. "I'M \\.'idtl eg(i\'ne'i'suiUHl is fail ng," sul Ch.i,ip e. A\\-0. me tins mavvnmg it I ltnou how *o spe ui ho English language, rauutj I 'nuUt.i. tpolis Journal A Old Cltj. O cit'os are not nmuu in the West. tlio istei states of tLo nion are places win boist finite a lespeetable antiquity foi the N ew Woild, bir tside of the orig inal thn teen colonies most cities have been Ion...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 18 February 1892

5" i" I "'"""T. 54 (to*./ i & i BP I Tjf. WflPPEn_fihEaP4 ll\MATTSt)N, Editor and Proprietor. Thursday, February iSfb, 1892. NFXT Monday, Feb. 22 nd, will, he George Washington's birthday, POSTMASTER IXGALI.S, of lngnlls P. this county, bad a sensible Tm: AX.vr.u. town meetings Occur this year on Mnveli Sth. Every iiimltfied voter should make sure of attending the meeting- in his own town. The now Heetion law does not apply to town or village elec tions. TIIK iiiuiTERT value on postage stamns in the lT States amounts to These postage stamps are notusod on letters they are only used on money package* and by pub lishers of newspapers to pay their accounts with at post-offices. HE SHEAF will not httempt to rompet with the 15a nner in throw ing mud. Ever since the present owner got hold of it, its special mis sion seems to have been to "roast" someone. Clerk of ('ourt(*ase,Treas- urer Holm. HJUIS A. Larson, Editor Afrussey of the i i v0 a 11 Press, Editor Smith of the Lea dor. J. M....

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 25 February 1892

-i c)^w Volume XII. Home and County News WHEAT QUOTATIONS. No. Hard Northern Rejected Parley town Tuesday. Annual town meeting noticed and blank ballots at, the SHEAF office. A. M. Stewart, and J. R. Foote, oJ Cmokston.were in town this week! S. Huff, a prominent farmer of Oak Park,gave the SIIKAP a pleasant call yesterday. We pity all brought into this ears in midwinter. Andrew Jackson Clark, the veter an journalist, has again taken up his abode in this county with head quarters at Argyle. lie will devote his time to hiw. polities, religion and the Banner. The Warren Public school will give a literary entertainment at the Court House Hall, Friday evening, March 4th. The proceeds will be used for the purpose of purchasing additional books for the school libra ry. 4. X. Priester, of Minneapolis, (Jrand Dictator of the Knights of Honor was in the city last Tuesday in the interest of that society. He expects to organize a lodge here and will be back in a few days to help complete the o...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 25 February 1892

4 JOHN P. MA1TS0N, Editor and Proprietor WARREN~ MINN. "MRS. EL SOXO, said to be Japan's first \Aoman lawyer, is in this country lecturing in behalf of a Christian school for hiph caste Japanese girls. THE oldest man now living who was Ti i American &oldier in the war of 1812 is thought to be Uenjamin Poor, of Lnvmond, N. II. He is now 97 years old THR fire loss of the United States and Cana la foi the month of January last, so far as reported, amounts to 12,564,900, against gll,2.J0,000 in Jan uary, 1801, and $9,179,300 in January, 1890 A COIOKADO man was matrimonially engaged to twelve gnls in as many dif ierent states, and he died. If he had leached the unlucky number thirteen, his death would have caused no sur pi is HABITUAL drunk-aids are cared for in an eftectrve way in Norway and Swe den The penalty is imprisonment, and during incarceration they are fed on biead and wine, no water being al lowed. A BUST of the venerable Harriet r.eecher btowe, of Hartford, is to be place...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 25 February 1892

-TrV --=^a na*a OF GENERAL INTEREST. The note i Australian lyre-bird Is threatened with total extinction in New South Wales, thanks to the American demand for its tail-feathers to adorn fenvnine headgear. Iu a single fort night one ajront alone i?np-ite 1,000 lyre-birds' tails to the United States. A firm ia San Francisco \*ecently re ceive 1 from a life prisoner in the San Quentin, Cal prison a check for eighty dollars. It as in pa raent for goods that he bought fr the house twenty lour years agoj .st prior to commit ting- the deed for wl he impris oned Benjamin J. Woodnid, a famous Maine hunter, kiUul two monster bull o^e near Nahmtkanta lake a few davs ag- an I took thsir heads and ant lers to Banjpr to be raoun'ed. One of the herds and antlers weighed 893*' pounds, the other ST}2 pounds, and one pair had a spread of four feet one inch. Ii dianapolis has a barber who is subject to fits of dementia. Some daj's ago a pati on entered his shop, stating iat lie vi as anxious to ba sha...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 25 February 1892

"^^n^p-r --^n I Warwn SheaP J. P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Thursday, February 25th, 1892* SOUTH ft VKOT is getting plenty of free advertising owing to her easy divorce laws. The first page of nearly all daily papers is occupied with divoice proceedings at 8i6ux Tails, Deadtvood, Parker aud other points. I VSTITUT* rort THifcuuE of rirunk- rnnesH, patterned nl**r the Keeley institute nf Dwight, are springing up in overv part of the country o\en in prohibition Dakota. After nil, the old proscription: Touch not, taste not, handle not' is the safest. THF SHTAK has upon several oc casions raised its \oice in Itehalf of of good connti.y roads. Again we call attention to this important matter Let the subject he dis cussed thoroughly at the annual town meetings to be held soon. Ap point competent road overseers in 1 he first place. A general awakening in this matter oi roads is needed. DURINO OUR VISIT to Moorhead and Fargo last week recalled at the of. hceoitJie Fargo Fnrnm, th new ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 3 March 1892

A. B. NELSON, INSURANCE AGENT, Represents the St. Paul Fire & Mn- ^fr.B!?? WHEAT QUOTATIONS. No. Hard 1 Northern 2 7l 4. Itejeeted Barley Miss Alice Wallace arrived in Warren on Tuesday morning. Let all attend the school enter tainment on Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. ({onion returned home Thursday morning last week. Winter has broken its hack. The weathr is mild and the snow is thawing. County Superintendent Wynnt held a teacher.* meeting in Warren last Saturday. J. H. McArthur nnd family have returned home from their extended visit, in Wisconsin. We call attention to the adver tisement of Larson, Carpenter & Co. in another column. Petitions favoring the anti-op tion bill have been forwarded to Senator Washburn. Our real estate men nr* getting numerous inquiries for land. Land in the Ued River Valley is bound to double in price in a short time. $ As the fall elections will be held under the new election law it will be necessary to put in good men for town clerks and supervis...

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 March 1892

y4 JOHN P. MA1TSON, Editor and Proprietor. WARREN. MINN. HK man who journeys through this world with his eyes open will learn things every day for nothing that other peop^ had to go without butter on the biead to find out. HK retirement of Gens. John M. Sehofield and O O Howard will take out of the active service, it is said, every regular army officer who com manded a corps during the civil war. PR OF Uriov, of Brown university, has taken a measurement of the largest spot on the sun and finds it to he 18,000 les in diameter. some ex tent this may be called a mere speck. HK salary of the czar of Russia is said to be $i!5,000 a day He ought to be able to spend one winter at a three dollar a week boarding-house and give the balance of his income to sufferers. Smr fevd* is typhoid fever afloat, with some increased malignity from the usual filth and bad air of the steer age dungeon and the near flavor of bilge ater. That is what they are shippi ng into this country. EX-SEX \TOK LVARTS h...

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