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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 July 1892

& & falHfcB!^ Editor and Proprietor. Thursday, For President of the United States, Borgaaaiin Harrison For Vice-President, For Governor, 3Cn-u.te 3ST1SO33L. For Mwfcr 0/ Covgress-7tb Dist. $ IGNATIUS DONNELLY linn t#en nom inated for governor lv the People's party, but he will lw no match for the little Norwegian, Knute Kelson, ho is certain of being the candidate ol the republican pa rtjfor governor. JNelbon hasenough delegates instruct ed lor mm to insure his nomination. Republican County Convention. The Republican eountv convention for Marshall county was held in Ste phen on Thursday, July 19, and a complete county ticket placed in the field The convention met nt the school house and was called to order a little beiore noon by P. Lofgren,of Stephen, the chairman of the county cential committee Hon. Geo. Roberts, ot Stepheii, was chosen tem porary chairman, and L. Lamber son, of Vurren temporary secreta- i,\ The following committees were next appointed the chair Credenti.d...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 July 1892

B^s S^:' i *.i\ttATTBON, Editor and Proprietor. Thursday July 21st, 1892. For President of the United States, BenjaminHarrison For Vice-President, VTTliitelarwr leeidL For Governtii, 3xru.te arelsoxi. /w- Member of Cotigress-ftb Dist* RESOLVED, J.*" 1 1 *^i ma*b for **ha* IGNATIUS DONNELLY been nom inated for governor the People's fiH"^.1*^ wi beinby the candidate li the little Norwegian, Knute Nelson, *!1 8 certai of the republican party forgovernor. JNelsonhasenough delegates instruct ed for mm to insure hisnomination. Rcpablican County Coimntiofl. The Republican county convention for Marshall county was held in Ste phen on Thursday, July 19, and a complete county ticket placed in the field. The convention met at theticket school house and was colled to order a little More noon by P. Lofgren,of Stephen, the clmirman of the county central committee. ^Hon. Geo. R.missioner, Roberts, of Stephen, waschosen tem porary chairman, and L. Lamber son, of Warren, temporary secreta ry. The fo...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 July 1892

ww-^ri HMi #t *M MALCONTENTS. A STORY FOB AMERICANS. COPYBIGHTgD BX COBA 8. EOOD. CHAPTER I. tXBBB ABX KINDLBD. Where there la work tor the hands ol men there will be work tor their teeth. Where there Is employment there wiU be bread."DAKIEL WlUSTEB, A noonday sun, bright and uncompromising, -shone down upon the blackened chimneys of a Pennsylvania town some fifty years ago. It pierced the heavy smoke ol the furaacee that rose serpent-like to Join the white clouds la the ky above IS penetrated every crack and crev ice of the labor-stalded, unpicturesque buildings, stretching far across the valley, and then, in gentler mood, crept up into the shadow ol the hills and rested upon the figure ol a fair young girl who stood gazing dreamily at the scene be low. She had removed her hat and, pushing back the damp curls from her forehead, lifted her head to catch the warn beams as they fell. "Hew like summer it seems, Joe. Oh, to be cut under the sky upon such a day seems a taste of heaven!" ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 July 1892

*r rARIERS FOR PROTECTION. They Made the First Tariff for Their Own Special Benefit. Fanner* 1 Pressure Vote* Have Ever Since Sustained the Protective System-How THey Have Benefitted by itGreat Improvement in Agricultural Property Under Protec- tionStriking Facte About Agricultural Conditions I the "Good Old Times." Protection was adopted by the founders of the 8overnment for the special purpose of bene fitting farmers The too tubers of the first Con gress were nearly all farmer* themselves or represented farming constituencies. Agrlcul ta re was practically the only Industry of the people, and tbey saw their produce rot on their bands year after year for want ot a market for it To create a market for this produce was the prime object of the early legislators. There was not a robber baron among them. Their policy was a farmer a policy pure and simple. Later statesmen down to Blaine and MoKlnley based their advocacy of Protection on their belief that it benefitted the farmer most ot ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 28 July 1892

f:' *.i -if tor We are now prepaua 10 negotiate Real Estate Loans on a new plan, whereby the loan is paid back in small instalments. In this way the borrow- er will'find his mortgage lifted in a few yearshardly realising how it was done. Z'^&TFiirws for sale. COOKE &- OLSON. Home.and County News Whitney leads in low prices. Observe tin? change in W. I'OWPITS ad in this issue. Hon (J. (Jill left Tuesday to attend the stnto convention. Mr. and Mrs. A. Vine, of Crooks ton, were in (he city yesterday. Fred Plunders advertises mon ey to loan at low rates in this issue. Mr. Pretz expects to leave for a month's visit in Ontario in a day or two. Mr. KastonJhe venerable father of postmaster 10aston, is here on a visit. Th showers come a little too frequent to make good haying' Weather. Mine host llasmussen of the West, Stephen, took in tlie sights cf Warren on Tuesday. Miss Freda Saumelson cloned a wo moiil hs tei in in district No. in t'omstock on Monday. A (Irani! Concert in the Pr...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 28 July 1892

i *V T, t_ WP^ JOHN P. MA1TSQN, Ed.tor and Proprietor. WARREN. "T: MINN. A* Ohio inventor has patented a col lar in u, hich the ervi buttonholes are placed in tabs of thinner material, thereby avoiding the trouble of button ing a stiff band. DUKE MAX, of Bavaiia, has traveled around the world incognito without once having his identity discovered, observes an exchange. An pi ay, who is Duke Max, of Bavaria? THE bridge of the Holy Trinity. FIoi ence, was built in 1509. I is 822 feet long-, of white marble, and is even now reckoned as being- without a lival as a specimen of the bridge-building1 art. BAD cooking kills more people than all actual diseases combined, says the Chicago Inter Ocean, and the fatalities along this line are steadilj increasing as the years number themselves with the past. Vox,. Pown.r, of the United States army, is authority for the statement that among the Cheyenues a man is never permitted to speak to his mother in-law except through the intermedia tion of a t...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 28 July 1892

,r-jra -IE }i 1 v. i I 1 '"-,-^iv^ yj^p Metallic Weather Boas-ding, Coniptets Ceilings, Corrufjateci Sheeting, ^i Roofing Paints, $1.25 A PAIR. SIMPLE, PRACTICAL, And the BEST. ABSOLUTELY SAFE. PITS any pels or shaft, no nuts or bolts, holds any antl-rattler and ohaages from pole to shafts in a minute. Saves time and annoyance, allows shaft or pole to be reniovod instantly to economise room. Jtaslly and quickly applied, guaran teed to give satisfaction. Mailed on receipt of price -with anti rattlers and cross tio complete. In ordering give width of shaft oye. The Fuitz Thill Coupling Co., Winona, Columbiana Co., Ohio, WATCRLOO YEAST CO DETROIT MiCH. ECLECTIC WHITE SOAP Is the Best Soap in the Market. ECLECTIC SOAP I made from the Best and Pur est Vegetable Oils obtainable. I Absolutely Pure, and is Su re to Please the most Fastidio us or Particular Perso n. Wool en Goods are left Soft and like New, and Linen Goods White as Snow when washed with ECLECTIC SOAP. In using Eclectic Soap ...

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 July 1892

fit 6 Khv (A V' Mt G*'' I IF* & ix?i Warren SheaP J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Thursday, July 28th, 1892. For President of the United States, Beajaaaaiaa. Saarrison. For Kioe^President, "V-XTbAtolaw leeid.. For Governor* for Member of Congressytb Dist I BKLIEV that our legislation should he as brond ns our territory, should not be for cltwww, but should brt in the interest of all our people" Benjamin Harrison. A RECIPROCITY convention for the purpose of discussing reciprocal trade relations between the North western states and Canada is called to meet in Grand Forks Sept. 1s and 2nd. Democratic Convention, The Democratic mass county con vention assembled in this city on Tuesday pursuant to call, and ou 2 doen goo The following delegates were chos en: to the state convention. It. Itns sell and A. K. Gordon to the con gressional convention, D. Stewart uud J. \V. Schaffer, to the judicial convention, John Lindbergand J. .Bennewitz to the legislative oonven veution John E. Os...

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 August 1892

w. IT We c\re now prepatta 10 negotiate Real F.state Loans on a new plan, whereby the loan is paid bach in small instalments. In this way the borrow er wilt find bis mortgage lifted in a fei) yearshardly reali{ing how it was done. ^^T Farms for sale. COOKE &- OLSON, Home and County Hews lYhir,u\v lends in low prims. Fine wrath*1! lor haying. HMI vest will roniiHonre in couple of weeks. Days an* warm, but nights area little rl Fivil l'radv came home from UIF* twin t.-iiies yesterday morning. A. O. Rurseth made a trip to Fertile a)ii] came back all alone. Presiding elder Edwards preaeh od in (ho M. H. ehuivh on Sunday la.st. Auir. Luiidgrt-ii and family start ed for Carver, .Minn., yesterday on a Y'sit. Tin" praise service in the Presby terian tlmich last Sunday evening was a pleasant feature. -The W.C.T. U.will meet at tho home of Mis. .1. J'. Haston on Thurs day afternoon at ft:."U. Mis. 1'. Dnhpiist left Thursday i'oJ* Wisconsin where she will visit for a time with relatives am...

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 August 1892

ts*y ttam- ^rJfc. _. I i Wrrenglteaj[. JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor WARREN~ I MINN. TKLEPHONI:S in service in the United States number nearly 512,500, and the .otal length of line is over 250,000 miles. TIIEKK were 67.105 postoffices of all Masses in operation the United States on June 30, lS9'i, an increa for the fiscal vear of C770. Tin: most expensive legislature in the tvorld is thatpf France, which costs an nually S3,600,000. The Italian parlia ment costs S4S0.000 a vear. PROF. BUCHNER, of Darmstadt, who aug-ht to know all about it, says that he average term of life is longer among women than among men THE costliest toy oa reeoid was a broken-nosed wooden hoi which be longed to Napoleon Bonaparte and was old a year or two ago for 1,000 francs. JUXFS VTRXE is a cripple, the cause being a pistol shot fired by an insane nephew. His imagination tups merrily on, however, without a slvip or a limp. APROPOS of the alleged discovery of Noah's ark on the top of Mount Ararat, 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. — 4 August 1892

hh i I 'si W E PAY FREIGHT If you do not keep it. W think you will keep it It pleases everybody. It is an honest piano. It is the WING Piano. You may have a preference for some other make. Still you are a reasoning' creature, and open to conviction, no doubt. The question is too important to be settled without clue thought. Years of satisfaction or of regret come with a piano. Does it wear well? The WING Piano does. "Look before you leap." Whatever piano you buy, there are piano secrets you ought to know. Owtfrce book tells them. Send a postal ca rd for it. I may help you to buy a different piano. W take that risk. W also tell you the nearest dealer where you can see a WING Piano. I is worth looking ?L S is the price. WING*& ''ON, 245 Broadway, New York. .fP**- Wash your face, Wash your hands, Wash your head, Wash your beard, Wash babies heads, Wash oat stains, Wash away dandruff, Wash away pimples, lash away freckles, Wash yoursaif with Toilet Soap For Para White Skin. PF1EPARI...

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 August 1892

fit' *i tl*,* s K./ A h- V k- v* Jf 'I5& i V- V^-Warren* She a Preduceddu T.P.MATTSON, Rditor and Proprietor. Wiirsday,jAugust 4th, 1802. For President of the United States, Benjamin. Harrison For Vice-President, "V^Tnitela^w 3Reid. For Governor* For Member of Congress-jib Dist. Mosee JE. Clapp, A ND HOW it turns out, that the I mkertons ns well n Mr. Friek are stnunch democrats. THE demoerntshnve a targe Ma jority in the houseof repKuentativra, yet they have nmde attempt to repeal the McKinley bill. Only in two or three places have they at tempted to puncture it. The srent eat attack is the wool bill which removes the duty from the farmer's wool while it furnishes the woolen manufacturer tariff protection* THE Argyfo ttsnner has the follow ing to say concerning the democrat ic county ticket: "A dandy ticket. Kichard Olavin and Win. C. Hrown posed before the People's party convention as true Peoples party men. They have now found their political home at last and^ot back where th...

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 August 1892

r'i I ffl 4 t' mmms i r* \li Volume XII. I We are now prepauu io negotiate Real Estate Loans on a new plan, whereby the loan is paid back in small I instalments. In this way the borrow- $ er will find his mortgage lifted in a ~'v few yearsbarJly realising how it was done. %Er Farms for sale. COOKE &- OLSON. Horns and County News Whitney leads in low prices. W. Hanlii.v, iriiller of Fergus Falls was in yesterday. UM-towWheeler, n mm Forks was in the eity on Sunday. of Grand An"-. Lniuliiivn and family re turned from Carver,Minn.,yesterday. eo J. MeManus, of Crookston, spent Monday and Tuesday in town. 1. II. McArthnr's store building presents a line appearance in its new eoat of paint. 1 0 nj| i (ail Hanson, the republican ean I diilate for eounly auditor, was in from New Solum yesterday. v. Servi.-e in the Nonveginn Lnth era a cliuicli, Sunday. August 14, at l():-"l a. m. and 8 in the evening. (Jeorge IfiVhings and wife have moved to Warren. Mr. Uichings is emjiloyed as cutler 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. — 11 August 1892

i MMMMMJI Wnmn JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor WARREN. MINN. THE miuiber oi post ofiicos the United Mates 15.(57,105, an ineiease for the year of *,77 Tur fiist cloctric lifjht was the inven tion of Stalte A Petno, in lMt but scores of men ha\e since made 1111- pio\cments. ind adapted it to popular use. IrAM will send a cruiser to paitici pate in the jneat (\lumbia exposition nav.il leMew, but Chili seems, to have piven up all thought of sailing into the United States AiMOsr any article of food, from a pancake to a sausage, it appears can be made fiom bananas, and theie is a -loi urns future, doubtless, for the hum ble but luscious pawpaw "WHV maUcs so man) bicyclists ride ns if they had been eating green apples and were doubled upon their stomachs? The nose hanging over the front wheel doesn't nuclease the speed T\ 17P0 three patents weie issued 100 years latei the number was 20.29J. The total number of patents gianted during the 10i \ears was 4\ 941, or an average of nearly...

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 August 1892

W 'Jf-fW '*I\ ESTABLISHED 32 YEARS. I \OV WANT EASE, COMFORT, IlEtTABIUTY, SI'EI 1 STYLE, QUAIITY, AND THE BEVT O CVEKi THING, SEND O US (1 _ This is a spe cial offer. We sell them at this price to in troduce them, regular pri^e is $75.00. WE ARE WHOLESALE MANUFAC I i i -^J'Tlf C" OLDEST AN HITCH HIM TO THE GREAT WHJLEBO tffc BICYCLES LARGEST MAKERS THE COVENTRY MACHINISTS COMPANY, LTD. P=?5"r* CHICAGO, ___BO WJIU.MJU.'JvrtiJI |ODY seiners iwloponiVnt ^rom the srear or nxlo, making it absolutely fico fiom hoi so motion. Oinnnreed to ndc as easy as any four-wheeled \oh C!P Con allsteilincl wrnimht tion. S( at can be laised or lowered with- out remowncc bolts, so as to nrliu^t to lioivv oi hsrht weight. The best looker, the easiest udei, and the be'.t selhnc \elnclo in the woiltl. Manufactured by The Buckeye Cart Co., Charleston, W Va. Construction covered by Ten distinct rattnt cLims Vv r.to to iuami'actum for pi icts and terms, Buckeye Cart Co. Chaileston.W.Va. THE B^ST RIDING THE 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. — 11 August 1892

-I Is* Warren Sheaf. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. TbursJ&Pt August ntb, 1892. Xnute Kelson's Speech of AccepUoce. Mr. Chairman and nntlmm v tK Conven tion. You had the fftoftrts ttt vlHP 9 nomination for tfce fclftfcttlttett of frorernom with ft unanimity al circuni,itanci widow lot Any %H4ii|ldate. For thl. deliberate 'AHmon.v of your confidence I am ffrateful be yond meaimre. Mild appreciate it all the more. be:Httn of the high character and great worth tfChsfreiitlaineii whose names have been anno *iated with mine AMcandidate* and appreciate l^ too from the fact that we are rottfrontad with vlRllant and {letoiatatit (to* winteinplatin au aetlvw and H|fgre(wlreampalmi the dmimtci pHJtfjrourwtd time advernar MiWeftt.wirmiiiuio.w hlstorj mid heteroaC ieowM MakiMip nan taken but few Issue* with u. wd all exrept one mr feign*,! Una.*. memWr of ronwre^U member of thelejt 1-Jallve department f the federal noverument, and iu voting Tor neb an oilleUi the Wtiien ex ecliioe a fe...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 11 August 1892

*r VOL. I-NO. 2. S. iM" Published1 Stieet, New year. Address PROTECTION AND RECIPROCITY, Entered at the New Tot P. 0 class matter. i MALCONTENTS. A STORY FOB AMERICANS. COPYRIGHTED BY CORA S. HOOD. CHAPTER III [CONTINUED.] """Colonel Ogilvie gazed questlomngly at Ethel BS she spoke. This earnestness respecting _the lower orders of society was an anomaly to him He looked upon it as a crudity a necessary factor, perhaps, in the development of a new government (a government which he considered only experimental, and doomed to failure), and, as such, submitted it to the ridi cule it deserved. It was not possible, he argued, that Miss Fletcher, beautiful, cultivated and fascinating, and Maurice Peyton, scholarly and well-born, actually felt the interest they professed in the begrimed, ill-conditioned people ha had seen in the town below. lit seems curious, don't you know," he aid, these American ileas of yours. Miss Fletcher's philanthropy interests me, forit Is becoming in a woman to st...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 11 August 1892

MM A-' IRISH INDUSTRIES. How Great Britain Succeeded in De stroying Them. .Prohibitory Dtttirs Were Levied on Irish Goods Sent to Gnfland, While English Goods Were Admitted Into Ireland Free or at a Very Low Rate. For a time befor- the act of union between Great Britain and Ireland, in 1800, the latt country enjoyed the advantage* of a protec tive tariff, and Irish industry expanded and flourished prand-y. But afier the union with England, Ireland onme within the influence of the selfish sy-tem of Cobdenism, wfti-b south' the adv ncement of hritish manufactures even at the cost of the total destruction of th industries of other countries. England set to work to deliberately ruin those ot herlowiue sister island, and thi- is how she did it: She levied a higher tariff ou troods sent from Iieiand to her than Irelaud w priv ileged to levy on English goods entering Irish ports, as the following table will show: Irish goods to England. d. 0 10 1 3 Free Free Free 2)4 Free 0 2 8 a 0 1 2 Fre...

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 August 1892

tf fc If '-**^a Volume XII. We are now prepai c* to negotiate Real Estate Loans on a new plan, wberebv the loan is paid back in small instalments. In tbis way the borrow er will find bis mortgage lifted in a few yearshardly realising bow it was donei Jt3" Farms for sale. COOKE &- OLSON. ^i Home and County News Whitney leads in low prices. A heavy shower of rain on Tues day. Mrs. N. Forde returned to. her-i. home in Wisconsin on Monday. H. \V. Brown nnd L. 8. Bayrell were in Warren on business Monday. Rev. H. J. Villesvik of Holt was pleasant culler at the SHEAF office on Monday. The L. T. L. will meet with James Stevens on Tuesday evening nt 7:30. Peter Dyrml left for Neby Tues day nfternoup where lie expects to stay during fini vest and threshing. Bishop Johnson has had his store building painted. He has caught up with the procession. 01 liver's famous Eastern circus will come to Warren Aug. 24th. Magnificent trained animals and athletic exhibition. Agent Griffin of Argyle retu...

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 August 1892

y?\ hmn^hmfl. JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. WARREN~ MINN. MASSACHUSET TS has four surviving ex-governorsBoutwell, Claflin, Rice and Butlerall of whom were born in 1818. THE highest price ever paid for a horse was $150,000, the amount paid by Senator Stanford to Malcolm Forbes for Axtell. IT is just one hundred years since the Cornishman, William Murdock, discov ered that coal gas might be used as an illumtnant. RUX has only fallen twice in twenty nine ears in Aden, Arabia. Previous to the last rain, which occurred in 1888, none had fallen in twenty-six .rears. A MAINE woman with a lazy husband tried to rasp the beard fiom the lawn with the machine upside down. Sh was so mad when her husband laughed at her that he has had to split all of the family wood since. NOTHI NG ever has more clearly demon strated the superstitious ignorance of the lower classes India and Russia than the mobs which have killed the doctors and nurse*, and destroj-ed hos pitals in the cholera infected ...

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