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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 October 1892

i rlk, wmm ^mfrmw mmn *-f JOHN P. MAVTSON, Editor and Proprietor. WARREN~ MINN. MR3. MINNS* FOLLY. When Mrs. Minns' boy was born, the fated ludy sighed, For she hud no handsome legacy to leave him tre she died. But, to compensate for riches, she resolved her son should shine In the incomparable splendor of a name superb ly line She had read impassioned fiction with enthusi astic ztst, And she named him for the heroes dear to her romantic breast, Some cnpiging for their virtues, some more charming for their sins, Dudlev Moiinthfle Byron Be\erloy St Jul.leu Vt ar\\ ck Minns. But, alas' tint woman's heart takes o'er her head preeminence, And th it sentiment should govern her, instead of common sense. For the lad baptismal honors, posted o'er a barber shop, Proved a barrier to his fortune, and to poverty a prop. His uncle was a rover of a bold, ambitious cast, And the golden dame he courted amply smiled on him at last, For in Afiie.i the gonius of his strange ad vcntuioijs lines Ltd him...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 October 1892

i 'i Eg fl% |H^' Warren SheaPenceotf MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Thursday, October i$tb, /#p2. REFUBLICAM TICKET, President, BENJAMIN HARRISON, of Indiana. Vice President, WHITELAW REID, of New York. State Ticket. United States Senator, CUSHMAN DAVIS, of Ramsey county. ~For Congress. HENRY FEIG, of Kandiyohi County. Governor. "KNUTE NELSON, of Douglas county. Lieutenant Governor, DAVID M. CLOUGH, of Hennepin county. Secretory of Strtte, BROWN, of a ribmil fc conn ty. Treasurer, JOSEPH BOULETKR) of Rrown comit y. Attorney General, W.CHILDS, ti Ramsey county. Supreme Court Judges, WILLIAM MITCHELL, of Winona county. D. A, DICKINSON, of Blue Earth county. *C\ E.VANDERBURGH, of Hennepin county. Independent District Judge 14, Judicial District IRA B. MILLS, of Clay County. Legislative Ticket, JOHN WES1ERS0X, of Kittson County. County Ticket. Auditor. CARL HANSON, of New Solum. Tren surer JOHN 0 SMITH, t)i Vega. Register of Deeds, JOHN P. MATTSON, of Warren. Judge of Probate, GEO. R. ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 13 October 1892

4't li: Warren^Shear. l.P.MATTSON, )f! Editor and Proprietor. Thursday, October i$tb, i&ps* President,-"-J BENJAMIN HARRISON, of Indiana*** Vice President, WHITELAW REIDf, ^,1 New York*- State Ticket. United States Senator, (LEHMAN K. DAVIS, of Raomey countv. V*$*# -ForCongress. "^jS^ W HENRY FEIG, *^**&h o|KjRHyoW County. Governor, '1C ,T'??ilT'* ^v-|KNUTE NELSON, v-'of -t. Douglas county. J, N ^4 Lieutenant Governor, Z\J DAVID M.CLOUGH, j, Hennepin county. IS," 'i ''*'"$$& Secretory of State, F.P.BROWN, of Faribault countv. i v*^ Treasurer, JOSEPHw BOULETRR 7 anty. Bpo k-f^' ?#^fl' Attomsy tieneral, i W ^HILDS fe/I|- tt* $ of Ramsey county, Supreme Court Judges,' WILLIAM MITCHLIsL, of Winona county. D. A, DICKINSON, of Blue Earth county. ^C. E VANDERBURGH, of Hennepin county. Independent District Judge 14, Judiciut District IRA B. MILLS, of Clay County, tj Legislative Ticket, JOHN WES1ERSON, of Kittson County. At County Tieket.V^^: Auditor. CARL HANSON, of New Solum.,,...

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 October 1892

:-J I JfV are nowprepaiai to negotiate Real Estate Loans on a new plan, whereby the loan is paid hack in small instalments. In this way the borrow er will find bis mortgage lifted in a few yearshardly realising how it was done. &3C Farms for sale. COOKE & OLSON. Home and County News Whitney lends in low prices. Went her turned cooler on Mon day. Sunt. A. D. Wyant wns in the city on Monday. NYm. Box left for South Bend, Wjiph., on Monday. Ignatius Donnelly departed for Crookston on Friday afternoon. P. F. Spnnldingnnd family left for Dough keepsie, N. \\,on Tuesday. Don't forpret the social nt. C. J. Johnson's hotel this evening 7:30 p. m. E. E. Grnhnm returned from his trip to Chicago on Saturday of Inst week. M. J. Rerget shows himself up in a hrand new ad in this issue of the SHEAF. Judge Lnkin nnd wife were nmong the arrivals on Saturday morning's train. Aug. Lundgren made a flying trip to Crookston on Monday returning Tuesday morning. Fon SAI E One span mules, four worki...

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 October 1892

-r w"^fi 1 4 ,v. 1 1 t, fc* -i"iJjitnmii i^mmitfgf^im$fmm fyrren^jhexf JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor WARREN^ MINN. Km LYON PLAT FAIR, just elevated to the peerage, married in 1876 an Ameri can lady, Miss Edith Russell, of Bos ton. THB carriage in which Napoleon I. nuide his famous retreat from Moscow ifc still well preserved. It belongs to the Wellington estate. A "VENTILATED UMBRELLA"' is on the market In mercy's name, does the average umbrella need any freer circu lation than it enjoys already? JOSEPH DION the billiard player who at one time was the champion of America, has become an inmate of the home on Ward's island for the pauper insane. THE largest greenback extant is a $10,000 bill, and only one such note has been printed by the government. Of the 55,000 bills, the next largest, there are seven. MB. AND MRS. JAMES MAVDWELL, of Cincinnati, have been the proud parents of twenty-one children, twenty of v hom are still living. 'J hree pairs of t\t ins are counted in the...

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 October 1892

njiu'iMiiiiimmjtuffl J-. i-^JJiL hrrm^heaf JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. WARREN~ MINN. IN THE MORNING. 'Grind vour ax in the morning, my boy," 'Twas a gray old woodcutter spoke, Brneath v hos arm, on hia backwoods farm, Had fallen the elm and the oak, The hickory rough and the hornbeam tough Had yielded to wheat and corn, Till his children played 'neath the apple tree's shade, Bj the cabin where they were born "Oritd \om ax in the morning, mv boy,' He said to his lusty son. "Or the hearts of oak will weary your stroke Txmg ere the day is done, Tl shagni.rk't. shell unci the hemlock knot Dify tl dull blunt tool, And raui'l us you may, jou will waste your day If jour strength is the strength ot a fool. "(trind jorr ax iu tht rooming, my bo Itnng tho haul, bright stetl to an edge, Tht bit like a barber r_,_x)i keen, T1 heart like a blacksmith sledge, Am' then throcgh maple and ironw ood, and ash, Your stroke resistless shall drive, Ti 1 the forest lnonircht, around jou crash....

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 October 1892

*-1 r^. iJr Warren Sheaf. MATTSON, HJd'lor and Proprietor. Thursday, October 20/*., *& BEHJBUCAI HCICT, BENJAMIN HARRISON,' of IntHa'ns-. Vice PnesftVent, WH1TE*.A\ REID, ol Nvw York. State Ticket* United ffcatv* Senator, CITSHMAiN K. DAVIS, of linmsey county* T\ Congim*. HENRY FEIG, -of K*iiyoh County. Governor, KNUTE NELSON, of Douglas county. Lieutenant Governor, DAVID M.PLOUGH, otU ctwepin coun ty. Stocw'turj" of State, V. P. BROWN, of Faribalt county. Treasurer, JO&KPH BOULETER, of Brown county. Attorney General, K. W. CHILDS, of Ramsey county. Supreme Court Judges, WILLIAM MITCHELL, of Winona county. I). A. DICKINSON, of Blue Earth county. E, VANDERBURGH, of Hennepin county. Independent District Judge 14, Judicial District JUA B.MILLS, of Clay County. Legislative Ticket, JOHN WESIERSOX, of Kittson County. County Ticket. Auditor. CAf, HANSON, New Solum. Treasurer JOHN G.SMITH, of Vega. Register of Deeds. JOHN I MATTSON, of Warren. Judge of Probate, GEO. 14. ROBERTS, 'of...

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 October 1892

111 ^"^^^Jg"'^"""E!^^''-p^^^u^^^ We are now prep&ziV~Mi}iegotwte Real llstate Loans on a new plan* whereby the loan is paiJ back in small instalments. In this way the borrow er will fin bis mortgage lifted in a te-w yearsbar Jly realising bowM -was Jom\ X'-ST Farms for sale. COOKF &- OLSON. Homa and County News Wliitncv l\uLs in low prices. Weiithel- continues bennliful. Xtifi.-o tluM-li.-injro in 1 A. Whit Hoy's ml I his week. It. Mentzer returned ro lii.s home in Denver, on Tin\sd,-iy. Mrs. ll.in ison, he esteemed wil'e of our iVesiileiit Jii* on Tiesil v inoruir^. Services will he held iii the Nor Aveii ui Lut hern II church next Sunday at II): /.On. in. The W. C. T. 1". will iiieetatMrs. Ketchunfs pljjce on Thursday Nov. Inl at o\!oik p. in. \\r Ilnnsoii rejoices over Iii* hoiincino- lH)y which arrived at his home on Thursday of last w.-ek. James lleadrick. of rhicau'o, ar rived here on-Monday to visit with friends and relatives for a few days. Miss. KerMia Oherir. who h...

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 October 1892

JLI IK Volume lU^Jf IfV are now prep^^&iDgot^tte Real Estate Loans on a new plan whereby the loan is paid bark in small instalments, hi this way tlx borrow er will find bis Mortgage lifted in a few yearshardly realiiing howS was done. C:.rl Hanson rejoices over a hi imiHifin*! boy which arrived at his home on Thursday of last utile. James Ileadi-iek. of Chicago, ar rived here on Monday to visit with friends and relatives For a few days. Miss. Bertha Oberjr, who has been visiting in the home of J. P. Mattson, returned to Moorhead on Friday. Mrs. II. E. Mussey and children,' who have spent a couple weeks visit ing with friends in this city, returned to their home in Thief River Fall.last Statin day. 'ir" Uuy taifiartftsf t,. -.,WJl tg tr^ Farms for $a1?y iL ^'Mv COOKE & OLSON. Home and County Hews $JJ "Whitney leads in low prims. V,,%- It Weather continues twontofnl^' k^ N'otice the rhaar in I A. Whit Iwv's ml this week. R. Menhjer returned to hit? horm in Denver, (Yd. on Tues...

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 October 1892

if barren gheuf. JOHN P. MA1TSON, Ed.tor and Proprietor. WARREN. MINN. THE desert of Sahara has almost ictl.v the number of square miles that iho United States has. STATISTICS show that Americans are '.lie greatest travelers, and the Apaeri :nn bng-gago smasher has no equal in ihe wide, wide world. i{. IT is a dubious compliment to refer to a young woman as having been a jelle for several years." There is a imitation to "belleship." THERM are New York society people fvhose success in securing subscription noneyfor various charities has induced ihcm to ask for a percentage. M". -'L.l I' JAPANESE doctors never present bills their patients. They await the" pa rent's inclination to pay and then ihankfully accept whatever sum is of* lered. A average of 9,GOO. 000 kids are slaughtered every yoar to furnish a tingle manufacturing tnwn in France R'ith skins. These will make 1,200,000 iozens of gloves. IT is said that the American Indians itill hold possession to 150,000,000 acres )f land. W...

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 October 1892

:-^9 :.-~Ul mwM JOHN P. MAVTSON, Editor and Proprietor. WARREN. MINN. THE desert of Sahara lias almost ex totlv the number of square miles tl.at Jio United States has STAT IC ncs show that Americans are Ilia {jrentest travolers, and tho Auaeri :nn baggage smasher has no equal in ha wide, wide world. I IS a dubious compliment to rofer to a young woman as having- been a jello for several years." There is a imitation to "belleship." J i. .J THERE are Now York society people svhost? success iu securing subscription nouoyfor various charities has induced ihem to ask for a percentage. JAPANESE doctors never present bills :o their patients. They await the pa rent's inclination to paj' and then .hankfully acce pt whatever sum is of fered. A average of 9,000.000 kids are slaughtered every yoa.- to furnish a angle manufacturing t'nvn in France R-ithskius. These will make 1,200,000 lozens of gloves. I is snul that the American Indians itill hold losr.ession to 150,000,000 acres land. Within th...

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 October 1892

MM ijHtmy 'q HIj wi|i^,' iLWdJyM*yufoV' uMiiinmfr'^ii I WOULDN'T BE CROSS. I wouldn't bo cross, dear, it's novor worth while Disarm the vexation by wearing a smile. Let hap a disaster, a trouble, a loss, Tust meet the thing boldlv, and never bo cross wouldn't be cross, dear, with people at home, They love you so fondly, whatever may come k'ou may count on the kinsfolk around you to stand, Dhl loyally true in a brotherly band' So, since the fine gold far exceedeth the dross, I wouldn't be cross, dear, I wouldn't be cross wouldn be cross with a stranger, ah, no' To the pilgrims we meet on the life path we owe rhis kindness to give them good cheer as they pass. To clean out the flint stones, and plant the soft grass No, dear, with a stranger, in trial or loss, I perchance might bo silent, I wouldn't bo cross No bitterness s.vectens, no sharpness nny heal The wound which the soul is tao proud tore veal No envy hath pe-vce. a fret and a jar This beautiful work of youi hands we may mar Le...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 27 October 1892

.^*y*^ *mmmm 1 l^a.^* fa-**.-iftg^lto tsCi jmnXTufc Warren fiheaP. J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Thursday, October 2?th, i$02* REPUBLICAN TICKET, IVenident, BENJAMIN HARRISON, of Indiana. Vice President, WHITKI-AW REM, of New York. State Ticket* riiitf Stotw Senator, TUSHMAN K.DAVIS, of Kamacy county. For Congmigu HENRY FKIG, of Kandiyohi County. Governor. KNUTE NELSON, of Douglas county. Lieutenant Governor, DAVID M.CLOUGH, of Hennepin county. Secretary of Stnte, F. P. BROWN. of Faribault county. Treasurer. JOSEPH BOULETER, of Brown county. Attorney General, H.'W. CHILDS, of Ramsey county. Supreme Court Judges, WILLIAM MITCHELL, Winona county. D. A. DICKINSON, of Blue Earth county. E. VANDERBURGH, of Heuuepia county. Independent District Judge 14, Judicial District IRA B. MILLS, of Clay County. Legislative Ticket, JOHN WES1ERS0N, of Kittson County. County Ticket. Auditor. CARL HANSON, of New Solum. Treasurer JOHN G.SMITH, of Vega. Register of Deed*. JOHN P. MATTSON. of Warren...

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 November 1892

Pi w^u '^fk**^ Volume XII. We art now prepaita to 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 lified in a few yearshardly realising how it v*.v?.s' done. 7-4C'Farms for sale. COOKE Sr OLSON. Home and County Hews V\Tliihicy londs in low prices. WVntlun- continues beautiful. Election will soon be over mid then all will l^ieatlie easier. The ton elerks were in Tuesday to retrieve the ballots from the county auditor. Mr. Frank Jerrue and dauglit ers. Cora ami Emma, left for Maple Hill, Kansas, on Thursday of last week. Mrs. 8. Cooke, who has been vis iting for some time in Crookstonnnd (Irand Forks, returned home on Friday. IV. T. J. M,(! ilia and Mr. Henry, Hie pharmacist, made a trip to the eastern part of the county the fore part of the week. Halvor Steer.erson will speak at the 0!e Sand school house, on the Lower Snake, to-morrow (Friday) afternoon at 1 o'clock. Oo. Koberts is the rep...

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 November 1892

a i $- Sc ss ilk Volume XII. 4^ We art now prepaid to negotiate Real Fs/ate Loans on a new plan, ivberebytbe loan is paid back in small instahmttts. In this way the borrow er will phi his mortgage lijledina few yearfhardly realising bow it was dont. $,%' Farms for sale. *-**'*V$ COOKE Sr OLSOhfr Honia and County Hews Whitney loads in low prices. ""V. Weather continues beautiful. *& Election will soon be operand easier. woreinTuesday to ivcieve the ballots from thecounty nnditor. then nil will ty-cathe The town clerks Mr. Frank Jerrue and daught ers. Cora and Emma, left for Maple Hill, Kansas, ou Thursday of last week. Mrs. S Cooke, who has been vis iting for some time in Crookstonnnd Grand Forks, returned home on Friday. Dr. I. J. McGillanand Mr.Henry, the pharmacist, made a trip to the eastern part of the county the fore part of the week. Halvor Steenerson will speuk at the Ole Sand school house, on the Lower Snake, to-morrow (Friday) afternoon at 1 o'clock. Geo. R. Roberts 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. — 3 November 1892

I IS fee aSi hrrmglmfi. JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor, WARREN. MINN. THF, twnperature of the planet Nep tune is estimated to be 900 degrees be low zero. CENXIS MURPHY has superintended the reporting of (Jnited States senate debates for forty-four years. I N Hebron, Conn., there is an apple free that was planted one hundred and twenty-five years a#o, and still bears f?ood fruit each year. A LAW was passed in England in 1^750 to the effect that at parties "ladies must not get drunk on any pretext whatever and gentlemen not before nirfe o'clock." SEXAT OR STANFO RD sa3*s that he pro poses to spend all his property before he dies, and the California university will be the recipient of his generous ar rangements. PETRIFI ED insects are worth some monev. A collection of butterflies was lately sold in Vienna for 5.000, and the price paid was not regarded by naturalists as exorbitant. Do YOU know who was the first spoon manufacturer of these United States? "Well, he bore the highly...

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 November 1892

JOHN P. MA1TSON, Editor and Proprietor. WARREN~ MINN. THE OLD APPLE TREE. TP re'* a memory Keeps a rnimin' 'Itiro' my ^c.iry hi ad to nijbt, An I -ff a picture daticin' Ui tno Are fl.inu ruddy light "I the pit turc of an orchard, r.ipped in autumn's purple haze uh the tender light alout It 'Ibai I loved lu other days. An a-MA'ulin' in a corner Once again I seem to s^e lhi erdr.nt leaves an" branches Cf an old apple true. You perhaps would call It ugly, An' I don Kt ow but it's so 1 hen vou pee the treo all over, Unadorned by memory's glow: For us boui.rli3are gnarled and crooked An' its leaves are gettln ihln, /m tho apples of ns bearln' Wouldn til so large a bin As ihey us't to, but I tell you, V. i\t it comes to pleasin' mft, It iht, dearest in the rchard Is that old apple tree. I would hule within its shelter. bettiui' in some cozy nook, heie no calls or tlm ats could stir ino Fsom the pages of my book. Ob tbnt qukt sweetsciluaion, In its fullness passcth words 1 Wat, diti tr tha...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 3 November 1892

Vfcii -1, Warren SheaP J.T.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor* Thursday* November )rd, 1892. *'I AM opposed to nil monopolies find trusts, but I love this country, mid I want its industries to be sus tained. I do not want our laboring men brought to the level of the poor people of Europe."KNUTE NELSON. K. DONNEL LY had more power in the last legislature to enact laws in favor of the farmers than he will have if elected govern or of this state. There were over GO actual farmers in the house and 2 0 in the senate, in eluding Mr. Donnelly. The demo cra ts am i alliance controlled both branches oF the legislature. But Donnelly did not even try to pass any practical laws forth benefit of the farmers. I is something new in the history of Minnesota for a candida te for govern or to be tak en from the farm, but that is what the Republican par has done this year. Knute Nelson is acquainted with the needs and wants, of the comm on people because he is one of them and his integrity stands as a sol...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 3 November 1892

593 ft -mm 85/ &r 0 arren m^i J.P.MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor,. Y})ursday Novembit $rd, 1892. "I AM opposed to all monopolies and trusts, but I love this country, and I want its industries to be sus tained. I do not want our laboring men brought to the level of the poor people of Europe."KNCTE NELSON. MB. DONNELLY had more power in the last legislature to enact laws in favor of the farmers than he will have if elected governor of this state. There were over 60 actual farmers in the hoube and 20 in the senate, in cluding Mr. Donnelly. The demo crats and alliance controlled both branches of the legislature. But Donnelly did not even try to pass any prnctical laws for the benefit of the farmers. IT is something new in the history of Minnesota for a candidate for governor to be taken from the farm, but that is what the Republican par ty has done this year. Knnte Nelson is acquainted with the needs and wants, of the common people because he is one of them and his integrity stands ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 3 November 1892

i"Jt(l'/, Thy "Would Serve the State Faithfully, Honestly and Intelligently. They Are All Men Whose First Thoughts Are For Minne sota's "Welfare. Place Our Publio Affairs Their Hands and All Will Be Well With Us. Secretary of State: P. P. BROWN. State Treasurer: JOSEPH BOBLETEBc Attorney General: H. W. CHILDS. Associate Jndze Supreme Courtt C. E. YANDERBURGH. Associate Judge Supreme Court: DANIEL A. DICKINSON. Associate Judge Supreme Court: WILLIAM MITCHELL. Amendment for Article Four (4) of the Constitution to prohibit special lea* islation. Amendment to Section Three (3) of Article Nine (9) of the Constitution pro* viding for the taxation of sleeping oar companies and other companies. THE CANDIDATES. KNUTE NELSON. Republican Candidate for GOT* ernor of Minnesota. In 1849 a widow, not speaking th* English language, landed at Castle Gar* 4en, New York. She was accompanied by her son, a boy of 6 years of age, and hailed from a little farm near Bergen i* Norway, where her husband had ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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