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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 6 April 1881

jsrvrsr Warren Sheaf. A DJ5W2T, PcBLifjnsR Printed every Wotinosda- at the County Seat. laliwiacl lit the p^stolS at W^-ieu *s seeoaa lass :ja.ittor. Ten years ago the total export of ''sin from all paits of tho United tates waa 72 122 398 bushel* hist oar it amounted to 228 539,947 ""jashels. The money that John Christian run, late Auditor of Polk county N as supposed to possess when Le xed, has not been found, and pro *lably never will be. The division headquarters of the St.P., & miload are to bere Uoved from Fergus Falls to Barnes Mile, also the repair shops. Fargc hnd Moorhead were both confident of having them located within their borders. Messrs Pcrkms and Eddy are shipping their wheat in ca to Chicago to be disposed of as seed wheat to Iowa farmers. Mr. Per kins infomis us that Red River Vulley wheat brings as high as $1.50 per bushel to these farmers. Crookaton Chronicle. The governor of Wisconsin has* feigned the bill passed by the leg islate prohibiting the practice o...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 April 1881

a^*aa,nfiC222l2! VOL 1, HO, ?o. MEMBER F OOXCIIESS. "W. D, Washburn Minneapolis niSTBlCT OOUBT. District Judge," O. P. Stearns, Dwluth. STATU asyATOK. Andrew Mc-Crea, Perhutn. 3- Q. Comstbelc, Moorhead. Burnerd 8ajop3on, Crooltston. COWXTf OFFICERS, Probsts Judge, John W\ Slee. fcsgiaier of Deeds, Thos, Crtgcg. Auditor, O. Tayl-r. Treasurer, .7. B. Titus. Sheriff, TT. T. Lacfcev. .Attorney, ,T A. E. Flint. School Superintendent, J, M. Brown. C'orwner, Win, C-trrese, Burreyar, .T.P.Nelson. COHXTT 00MUI8gI0tt2R. .1st DistrictA. T. KclHtj.Vef Warren Sd Diatriet-^IT. D. Keye, Louis fcADisiidetAk I)iaonU Stephen. RjQ}ig-ions Notieo* "ReUgtoas service* in the school lionsc erery 5pwa.ly at 11 *u ra., atxd at 7:20 p. m. Tempcrsnofl Soci.tj organization meet every fri lay vHiae at ths school home. BUSINESS CAEDS. ^V^LltK'.iG^r. 0. TAYLOK. COUNTY-AUDITOR. Pays Taxes for Non-resideiits, J. P. Ue\e6n9 A. 'X* O 3X IV. 33 ^?a/ Estate.. Pays faxes. JOHN W, SLEE, JUDGE OF pKOBATji Jariidictioa in ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 April 1881

WARREN SHEAF. A. DEWEY, Publisher. WABKEN, MINNESOTA. NEWS SUMMARY. RAILROADS. it ia now regarded as certain thai the Villard movement to get control of the Northern Pacific will fail, and that the Billings interest will con tinue to rule. During the last winter Mr. Cornelius Riley, who employs nearly all the train boys out of St. Paul, paid a rental to the various railroad com panies of $69 per day. Assistant General Manager Manvel, who 8 accepted the position tendered to him by Gener al Manager J. J. Hill of the St. Paul, Minneapo* lis & Manitoba line, will probably leave ti?e Chicago, Hook Island L'acific Bailway com pany about May 1. It is reported in Chicago that Gen. Herman Haupt has been appointed general manager of the Northern Pacific that the new general manager will assume the dutieB of his office within the next two weeks, and that Mr. Sar geant will go with him to St. Paul, to help him in putting things in ordei. Gen. J. W. Bishop has resigned the general managershi...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 April 1881

trf A party of travelers from Mankato to New Ulm, who bad been refused Bhelter from the severe storm on the night of the 18th inat, put up for the night in a school house near Court land station, taking their hones in with them, and the next morning they were fined $10 and costs. The party had applied for shelter to four or five well-to-do farmers, and although they offered to pay liberally, they were refused, and were finally compelled to seek shelter in the school house. In the District court at Washington in the railroad tax cases it was held that the judg ments were valid, notwithstanding the title was in the railroad at the time of the assessment of the land for taxation. The sales were set aside because the required notice had not been given. In the suit against the railway company Tor damages for causing the death of Cornelius Colling, the case was transferred to the United States court by the defendants. At the annual meeting of the stockholders ot the St Paul Fire and' Mari...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 April 1881

JIB'MM'gWW' .A. DEWSV, 1 .11-f.l S^v M.V, jfti,v|(lU?S #!.!*.& mww f,t?/ &rra? CBi.lSHKR- lnii every Wetineaiin a*, the Conr.u 6at. jtit"i'8 at the j.wstoffi. at Warren us scuund cluas mutter. A company with 30,,000.000 cap ital have a contract to build a ship canal across tlie sUtc of Florida. Tho news editor of the Milwau kee livening Wisconsin traa arrest od for "treating" a friend and pay ing for the same. They intend to make a teat case .of this. During the month of February there were manufaefurcd in St. Paul at twenty-nine manufactor ies, 674 850 cigars, and during the same period thirteen manufactories in Minneapolis turned out 220,325 cigars. The Pembina Pioneer ha3started a semi weekly, a copy of which has come upon our table. We hope to soon see a daily issued from the same office, which will be a success when it does come, because Huckle berry does nothing on the half-way plan. Tho Pullman palace car company huve bought and are now operating the immense Corliss e...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 April 1881

0L, 1. HO. 21. MBMEEH OF CO^flRlSS. W. D. Waskbstrn, Minneapolis DISTRICT COITRT. District Judge, O, Staarna, Duluth. 3TATB 8H3TATOR. Andrew McCrea, Perlnin. F.ErRJ33EI?TA.TIVJC8. S. Q. Comstock, Mnorhcad. earnerd Sampson, Crookston. OOtfSTY OFFICERS. Probata Jad^c, Roist er of Dsils, Auditor, Treasurer, tihoriflf, Attorney, ehool Superintendent, Coroner, &nrveyor, corrxTr cOMiirssioxEas, Ut DistrictA. P. Mclntyre, Jd DistrictF. D, Key? fki DistrictA. Diamond, fays Taxes for Non-residents. J. P. kelson, A. HORNBY. fteal gstqie. Pays Taxes. JOHN W. SLEE, JUDGE O pROBA'T]? Jurisdiction ia HOMESTEAD and FINAL PROOF entries, jSpecial attention to locating Gov ernment and It. It. Land*. A. & Johnson & Co., Agents for P, A, x/uxy^xi, Counselor and Attorney at Law CROOKSTON, MINN. House, WM. BOX, Proprietor. Crookston, Minnesota. JTmdiuctrters for Marshall Comity Peoplt. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MEAT MAKOGT. VT. .7, Mclntyre. MERCHANTS. IflcCRIA KROTJMXS. SALOON. Farrsn & Daiy. ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 April 1881

WARREN SHEAR A. DEWEY, Publisher. WARKEN, MINNESOTA. NEWS SUMMARY. RAILROADS. Mr. George A. Brackett now has 300 men 1OU teams employed on the Osseo branch short line of the St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba railway. Gen. Herman Haupt, the newly-appointed general manager of the eastern division of the Noithern Pacific Railroad company, has arrived St Paul accompanied by General Manager Sargent, the gentlemen having met in Chicago, As a jury was holding an inquest on the bodies of two Mexicans, killed a few miles north of El Paso, Texas, John Hale, a desperado, attempted to iutimidate the authorities, Hale fired and killed Krunplow, a policeman, who fired at the same time, wounding the newly elected ma shal, Studemire, and lulling Hale. A Mexican bystander, the same who shot G. W Campbell, a friend of Hale, attempted to draw a pistol, and was mortally wounded by Marshal Studemire. W Andrns, general Eastern agent of the Noithern Pacific, has received advices from Col 0. J. Johnson,...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 April 1881

ing, an' the two little childien an' he say, 'Welcome across the dark river. Welcome home!' Then he say, 'Come along, brothers come along, sisters strike hands, Brother Ben strike hands, Brother Stanton don't you be afraid you'll soon be home. Wel come, my young master: welcome, my young mistress. Welcome all to heaven. Welcome home!"' New XorK and New Orleans. Correspondence New York Tribune. You would not think that New York and New Orleans hart any topographical resem blance, but it is so. The Mississippi River is about o the bredth of the Hudson Algiers, opposite, corresponds to Jersey City, and has mills, factories and shipping. The bayous and canals back of New Or leans give it some of the insular character of New York Lake Pontchartrain, due north, has the majesty of Long Island Sound, and is connected with the river by vessel passages corresponding to the East and Harlem Eivers. Ponchartrain is a lake so great that the hoiizon is a water line north, east and west. As the ele...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 20 April 1881

"u^fj^jmkjffi Warren Sheaf. A. DEWEY, PCBl.ISIIEtt Printed every Wednesday at tho County Seat. fiatorod at tho postolticc at Wucrcn as secoild ul'ass maltur. KiiiQ- John of Abyssinia is dead. Council Bluffs is .to have a million bushel elevator. Gen. Grant and party are enjjoy ing Mexican hospitality. Relief for the sufferers by the Pa kota floods is being forwarded from all points. A. T. Btew,art's remains are, it is reported, laid at rest in the crypt of the Stewart memorial'cathedral. The New York Irish World is tabooed in Ireland by the govern ment. They regard it as a treason able publication. In the billiard match between Spchaefer and Slosson, the former was victorious by a sp.or^ of 4,0.00 to Slosson's 2,780. Lord Beaconsfield is improving notwithstanding the fact that his physicians are quarreling over the method of treatment. J. B. Power and C. F. Kindred are confident of" a com.ple.te clear ance of the charges brought against them by the directors of the N. P. railroad. C...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 27 April 1881

JCTTftWrf M'W*. HHtgifti**? Wl I! i 1 1 -^r- jwm f.. JttfWPBft "fit 'cosqflisg. iV. I I W |3n"Juii ,-'"'r AnKHq^ r- 'Minneapolis 'tu't^W fiRF*T' ^i^fic'i, .jfwcige, & I1, Sterns, Duhith, Ancj^Tj ^cprtaj' Pe,rharo, f. Q, fiqm^ocfc," J.tpp^-^eacl-. riarlju'M'^ r|ipa',6i)s l:e probation. rebate Judgp, John W. Sice. tlofcWfgr of Degda, 'Thos,. Cregg. Ta/lor TreaKnriJr, J. B. Titus. rtherlff." W. T. Lackey. AUqrnfey A,'E,'Flhtf. deUqnl SiWi-mteVtdeiit,' J.M.Brown. ^oi-qnfer,' Win. Carrese. CCtlTJJ'lSK' CjpMMISSICjNEflS. i?f 'fii*in:f~-A P. Melntyre, Warren. ,r\ Pi4Mi4"".4' Wiau|QniJi} Stephen! iri tUc school fyquss qyery jfytjdjj* af a. in,,, j^d ?:$) p. m. 'l 0"..ipo iitU(C So,cif,ly organization njQfsieYer.y jjfrjduy cye.r\iu_g at tho sX'^qol'Iiouae. BJJilrffiH QA|B, ^AHUKX. W T^esfQrMQn^residents. J, F, rjsjson, ftiQl Estate, Pays Taxes. JOH N w. IH, JUDCilJ QV pROBATJj] jrtH^^fttiftrf in' HOMESTEAD and FINAL PR.QQy entries. Uplift] attention to locating Gov- prainGnt and R. R. La...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 27 April 1881

WAK&EN SHEAF. A. DEWEY, Publisher. WARREN, MINNESOTA. TfflB new anti-monopoly movement in Wisconsin is acquiring considerable mo mentum of the formation of farmers' alli ances in various counties, and it is predict ed that the subject will be made an issue in the next State election and that both the republican and democratic parties will be forced to nominate granger candidates. A IIAW was enacted by the last Missouri legislature requiring the judges of the su preme court of that state to give written opinions only in cases where their decisions involve some new or important principle of law. Two objects will be accomplished by this reform the judges will be relieved of a large amount of useless labor, and the reports of the supreme court will not be burdened with decisions on trifling matters. THE credibility of Father Hennepin is a topic that has elicited a great deal of dis cussion in the Northwest, notably between Bishop Ireland and Rev. E. D. Neill but now a Chicago writer...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 27 April 1881

ter, of St Pan], who lost an aim in firing a sa lute at the eeleluahon in that city over Gar field'* election First State Normal School. The twenty-thud commencement of the State Noi mal school s.t Winona, occurred on the 20th. The essays and orations of the graduates were of a very entertaining chaiaoter, many of them possessing maiked oitginahty, both in subjects chosen and the manner of representation. Fol owing aie the names of the graduates: Advanced Com seJessie Wallace Brammer, Winona Jennie Crawford, Janesville Julia Enie Ferguson, Winona: John Fianklin Giles, Winona Alice Hill, Battle Creek, Mich. Moses Peters, A. B., (Ursinus college), St. Paul Em ma Estella Kowlancl, Winona Arthur Paiker lbombs, A. B., (Tnfts college), Belfast, Me. Evelyn Eugenia Tinmbull, Minneapolis Linus Vincent Wilbur, Wyattville. Elementary Course,Junior (Advanced Course) SectionSusan Fiancis Briuggold, Pine Island Afargaret Mary Clearman, Lake City Edna Holden Glidden, Minneapolis Mary Caison Greer,...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 27 April 1881

ass WP.iWWfWi DEWET, te. sssm PUBLISHER f.r. ^.inted every Wednesday a.jj th^pnnty Seat. *tara"d- aVtfee postoffico at Warren a|'second. 1 '^'"a cjas* matter. Earthquake shocks continue at pi^ vpi,l4'& fair ?%G W is on a f^gf$s$ i covering itae.lf- witji =c^=3: vij ft ^.pid4e fp^fOYGiaipr of *4'^ ^pr]ting classes have x^pi^ad ri^ {h^fwin^r fefhaipp and areexactly Ptoy'Hpg.ffi lft*f- Pft tf1^' W*uaL ^tfiary \Vin$om S|ti|.l sufrives h'$ fttj ak$ #\a(le Ne Yor Wpf.!4 u,p,pn, hi$ administration of i'^a fylarjitq^a railway folks are j'V^|ijn^ their Q&y line tetwee i^!l4 ?or.fe^ and l^argq. |jj will be poprjed afyout May i^ew Qrleans experienced a heavy }:ft!j ]?,st wepk. Nearly all the liU-14iPg St- Denis street \rere royed, and the loss is great. 0,j.]. John Pay, "]]ttle tjrgeches," ',vill a^urae editpriaj management ftip ^pw Ypy]$ ^ri^ne during White!** Reid's European four. rf|-i6 Illinois! state aayjurn for the fUnA'AP WW partially by $V0 pus 4ay weel^destroyed Insuranc 8 tfM...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 27 April 1881

Warren Sheqf, O'E'ftFT, PCJU J8HFR jj mkd c.prv Wednesday ftf Uie Cpnnty Seat Ur i tty postoflico at Warren a^ second s.^ai5 matter f'/tliquake shocks continue at ilHy\ ^oHld'a iair scheme JI on a is coveringgitself with irur doing nothin "nvH-'j^ry Hajit ot the na^y de- I^A,?iu(*Uf JIQW^ i\o (aYont^sm, even Ji^Qrn faulty. *'i! A fj| bo ^$ich^ for govoomor of 0hiVl $t $ia A&st election. i"ji^ ^rpi]ung clas&e^ have lou^ad rifin, \h&i wmtpr lethargy and aie tiffing }$ latp on their annual f)f5f,fi-arj( \Vm4om ^tijl survives \Up at^l ndefc$ythe New Yoik ^0,11 yippp tu$ administration of ietH^i) ^uu*npss *'i,t\ Mn]itoh(a railway folks are ,t^vi^ th^unnew Lne between a i J'L^ Vl' ti Farg It will i ppM al^oyit INI ty 1 f*fi^ (ChWus experienced a heavj fK- ]*st w^ek Nearly all the pn St Denis sheet were ,{t oyul, and the loss ic great John Ray, "Jjttletyrpeches," i(l isotimp editonal management i jihp New York ^"lihune during hjff "qw Reid European fiour. iUfi l}].inDjs &ta...

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 May 1881

TO-*! Pi?3: j^tfisf.tfudfss, "p.'P. "Steams, Duluth. I fi: P^Wt ^rhead. partjefdjjftpjp^on, Crookston. fag^rof^dg. Mite 'ireasjirir, AttorppVj gchqqj Su.RfjrtofcfndjjnL porqpr, ^r?yflfj sjqbn W. Slee. 'Thos. Cregg: P/Twlori J. B. Titos. Jf.'T. Lackey. A.'E. Fjint, T. Jii. Brown. Wm.'Car^e ij. Fj JJel'qon 1st DistrjcfcrA. P, Mplntyrp, Warren. MJijjjtrjcfcsF.U'^ey*, Argyte. fid pjstrjcjer^.. j^mqnd, Stephen! MI*toMr7r!*" in \,U schpol hqags every f^daY $ 1\ a, m,, and 4 7:39 p. m. Tn|pej^nce S.qcjety qrganijatjqn meet every ridgy aypning ar foS WtyW.l WW* 0, T^yLOH, OQUNTY AypiTQi?, f^ys lto$forNqa-rasideiite' 9 B, kelson, A, rJ? JOHN W. SLEE, JUDQE OF pRQBATT? JH?l4rt!fl HQMJISTEAD and FINAL fWQT entries, gjtgeiii} attention, to locating Grpy- A, B. Johnsou & Ooi Agent* far ft INROAD LAND, Qowmlor and Attorney at Law CROOKSTON, MINN/ Crookston House, ffM. BOX, Proprietor. C?ookston, Minnesota, ffwdquoirttrs for Marshall County People. BUSiHESS DIRECTORY. WA-HUAi?*. MEAT MARKET, ]...

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 May 1881

WARREN SHEAF. A. DEWEY, Publisher. WARREN, MINNESOTA. BBTUBNED Floridians are sorry they did not stay longer in the land of sunshine, flowers, strawberries, green peas, bananas and alligators. TAX-PAYERS associations are popular in eastern cities and towns. In many cases local expenses have been cut down ten, twenty and thirty per cent, without im pairing in the least the efficiency of muni cipal organizations. THE reports of cattle losses during the last winter are now said to be great exag gerations,especially those which referred to the Yellowstone and other sections of Mon tana, which will not aggregate over ten per cent. Further south the percentage of losses is much larger, but not so great as expected. THE reports of cattle losses daring the last winter are now said to be great exag gerations,especially those which referred to the Yellowstone and othersections of Mon tana, which will not aggregate over ten per cent. Further south the percentage of. losses is much larger, but ...

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 May 1881

FIRST TIME AT CHURCH. A grave, sweet wonder in thy baby face, And look of mingled dignity and grace, Such aa a painter hand might love to trace. A pair of trusting, innocent blue eyes, That higher than the Btained-glaes windowrise, Into the fair and cloudless summer skies. The people round her sing, "Above the sky There's rest for little children whenthey die" To herthus gazing upthat rest seems nigh. The organ peals she mnst not look around, Although with wondermenther pulses bound The place whereon she stands is holy ground. The sermon over, and the blessing said, She bowsas "mother" doesher golden head And thinks of little sister who is dead. She knows that now she dwells above the sky, Where holy children enter when they die. And prays God take her there too, by and by. Pet, may He keep you in the faith always, And bring you to that home for which you pray. Where all shall have their child-hearts oack one day. Chambers' Journal Gossip About People. Missouri's Methuselah is 103 y...

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 May 1881

i JII 11.rr-*u i ww riiaaiiau BJWET, IfCBUWiEK- J. inted Ycry W*4B.dacr at, 1,h^. ?9.\?.tj teat.. y.,.twd at t$ pastoffice at Warr^ a,5, agwj^d-. class-mnttor. China and Japan are. a.t war- ##d jiig^a^s a.ro actiyf. Sir Job. ii Ma?d %ald the Canadian premier ia serioueiy il1, expected to survive. a,Tftu\ is n^t The jew*, in, Europe contemplate *n exodtua t$ An$eri'eax h\ view of '1I115 general uprisings against them Dujttth hasoometo the frpn.t this reason,, ard i's thirst port on lake Superior io declare navigation open. The flood*are gradually subsiding und t}\a worst, oyer.. Many ftves have been lost and rnueh property destroyed. The striking workmen, of vari ous trades are gradually returning to their labors, as employers have ,jrf.'fcty generally complied with their iemajiut'j. M. P. Martin, the new auditor of Mie Nor!horn Pacific is a man of furling ouaiaasa merit an except ionally bright and accurate ac countant, and has risen to his pres ent position from the rank of a i mal...

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 May 1881

,V JESSES TOL. 1. NO, 124, IMTJIIIJIC OPHCIATJS. MEMBUR 01 COXGKKSS. }V. D. Washburn, Minneapolis DISTRICT COURT. fh'strict Judge O. P. Stearns, Duluth. STAT# SENATOR. \ndrcw McCrea, Pcriiam. Itlj'j'KjiSSEXTATrVES. O. Cqmstock, -Moorhead. .ianierc Sampson, jSrookston. COITSTT OFFICERS". John W. S}ee. Tllds. Gregg O.'Taylor. J". B. Titus. XV. T. Lackey: A.'E. Flint. J. M. Brd\vn. JVm.'Carrese. J. Nelson. -Proijate Jftdgp, flsgisfer'di Deod, Auditor, 1 ilYeasuvcr, Sheriff, 'Attorney, if-^&, rchooj 8rtBgriptjfotaifaiii^& f.,'oro.n .r? '^-!5i*'v? pui-y^o^ .^fe^pJi. ist District---A, P. Mclntyre, Warren. (jdl^trict^^.'D.'KfeycV 'Afgyle. Tki District--A'. Diamond, Stephen. Religions services in the school houss qyory Sunday at 1'M) a, rn.f and at 'ii^O p. in/ Socio ty Temperance Society organization meet eyery fTriday evening at the school house. WA/rtiiL^-. 0. TAYLQK, COUNTY AUDITOR. jPays Tpesfor Non-rqsidqrits, J, P. $$elon, A. rF r.V O I IV 3D /?ea/ Estate. Pays Taxes. JOHN Wi...

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 May 1881

WARREN SHEAF. A. DEWEY, Publisher. WARREN, MINNESOTA. NEWS SUMMARY. RAILROADS. It is reported that manager Hill of the Man itoba contemplates the immediate construction of a road from Sauk Rapids to a pointprobably Sunriseon the St Paul & Duluth railroad. The Canada Southern freight shed burned at St. Thomas, Ontario. The buildings contained a large quantity of goods and the loss will be between $75,000 and $100,000. Mr. S. R. Calloway, superintendent ot the Detroit & Milwaukee and Detroit & Bay City railways, has been appointed general superin tendent of the Chicago & Grand Trunk, taking effect May 13. The entire force of the leading parties of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul road, who fig ured in the late disturbance atRockford, 111., with the Chicago Iowa road, weie arrested yesterday under indictments fo riot, mali cious mischief and conspiracy. Among them were Attorney Walker, Superintendent Atkins and Assistant Superintendent Earling. They gave bail and w...

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