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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 3 November 1892

BM ^iifl -1** THE POLICIES OP THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. fltoa. UukMB, ef th* Xatlcmal BynMUu Commits**. ("test "The Iadspendent" of Naw Toth, apt aa, iss.] In American politioa there ii the differ tno between the upper and the under aide. The Pemeeratie party ia deeply imbedded ia it* i Mt Its policies are like moss-cov ered iraveatenee in an abandoned ceme tery with the under aide turned away from the light of daybarren memoriala of the hope*, prejudices and feara of earlier gen erations. Bepnblicanism ia widely dif ferent, It la enriched with the traditiona of a glorious past but ita life ia in the pres ent age of growth and development, and ita hopea are fixed upon a future better than al.' that hai gone before. Its polioiea are not skeletons of by-gone theories exciting purely scientific curiosity as atudies of arretted development Iu a workaday wor they are principles of organized life and in pulses oi creative energy. If the Republican party were content, like the Democratic, to l...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 3 November 1892

Uaii i C. I! ir P' W0P"^BPB**BaESH(aaS6S CUSHMAN & DAVIS Brief Story of His Career as a Public Servant of Our State. Record of Hard and Honest Work in Behalf of the People. -Minnesota Cannot Afford Remove Mr. Davis FfOm the Senate. to Hon. Cushman K. Davit was born in Henderson, Jefferson county, N. Y., June 16,1838. 'He was educated and graduated at the University of Michi gan in the class of '57. In 1862 he en listed in the United States volunteer service and by promotion attained the rank of first lieutenant of Company Twenty-eighth Wisconsin infantry and acting adjutant general for Brigadier General Willis A. Gorman. After leav ing the army in August, 1864, Mr. Davis came to St. Paul and began the practice of law, and by his ability and energy has acquired the reputation of being one of the firstif not the firstlawyer in the state. In the fall of 1873 he was elected governor of Minnesota and was inaugurated in the following January, the youngest man ever elected as the chief...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 10 November 1892

i 11'e are now prepared to negotiate Real 1st cite Loans on a new plan, whereby I he loan is paid bach in small inslalnienls. In this way the borrow^, er will find his iikvia-.:e I Wed in a few yearsbardlv realising how it was done. 'fJ^'Ffirins for sale. COOKK &- OLSON. Home and Comity lews Wliil nrv li-ails in low pi ires. Ira I mills is ]iroiahl dolVati'd forjudge oi' district ciiurf,. 'o!i wcatluT lias come upon it**. rri'iiai-i1 i'oj- Ion winlrr. TiuM-!' ln'tlinu1 ton n. was a ^oo ilea! of foolish on election iv.-uils tirouijii II. Stiiiih. fori'iicr editor of the Lender, was ia the city las!Thurs day. 11 .Miry lYii: is pii.lial.ly elected to ",o i COll^'IVS P.oen is thi niaa. if he isn't then Uarely has p'owitiLV hern farthvr advanced, ainlf i!l work eeaerally cleaned up a wed as it is this year. --The An* raihi'i l.aii'M, system win ks satisi'aelorily, and did not ive !!!uch ti'iuuv for !M i!(l.-: ii: :U the Mt.ds. Th Epworih Lea-tie of the M. 1". idm.rch s.-rved oyslers....

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 10 November 1892

m^wm* $Wi .KS I Ri^s vv, '&- t$*k m* Yohlmt ,Sn$ f^'e are now prepana 10 negotiate '^g /iW i:s/j/f Zows o a pimh whereby the loan is paid bach in small ythetieia fbis In imtalmHt done. &" Farms for sale. HoiTi *J'' .-^'*t**"" betting County News ,'jffe C00A7? OLSON. an r-Jp N- nulls is probably defeated iSt, for judge of district court. tT^ Prepare for a Ion winter. There was a ?ood deal of fooji.sli sn town. *& eleetion results- around l)ru -n *i* t, r*^ Married: At Warren, on Nov. 3rd, 180 2, Mrs. Anna Lindberg to Mr. J. A. Mom berg. The ceremony was |performed by Rev. P. M. Btimuelson [at the residence of Jo hn Oman. 1 We lrad intended to publish a full report of I he vote in this county, but as the returns from Onk Park did not get here in the ^^t^ldc's pai (y in timeth" PPMMUaMPl W$m er will fnid bis mortgage lifted in a\ CiC:l^^%^ few yearshardly feali^ing how it *V- li bmith. Forntfr editor or the Leader, was in the city lastThurs- ^ft TTenry Fei probably "elected...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 10 November 1892

fzrren ^heafi JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprtatm WARREN. MINN. BELGIUM is now declared to be the most temperate country in Europe. THRKK THOUSAND marriages are per formed every day all over the world THK original declaration of independ ence is in the state department at Washington. THE Canadian government is to fol low our example in making the postal card of various sizes. THE almanac people say that the longest day of the year is of nineteen hours' duration at St. Petersburg, or four hours long-er than in New York. IT is said that there are 2,400 dis orders to which the human frame is subject, and when a man has got the influenza he imagines he has got all the other 2.S99. THIRTY-S IX per cent of the graduates of Vassar college marry within two years after leaving the institution. A college with a recoid like that needs no other endowment. I N the last ten years the population of Greenland has increased 5 per cent. It is a curious fact that the women out number the men very gr...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 10 November 1892

it,- CHILDHOOD'S DAYS. I've traveled the earth from pole to polo, From desert sands to tUc.ocean's roll But far and near, where'er I roam, find no place lllte my childhood's homo. My bed-room under the roof so high, Where the swallows built 'neath the eaves close by, And its store of treasures to boyhood dear The big wasp's nest and the beetles queer, The chair made out of a drygoods box, And snugly lined with the skin of the fox I shot in the chicken yard one night, And that row of booksa feast to the sight From Mother Goose and Old Dog Tray To Robinson Crusoe cast away And the cows down under the barnyard shed Patiently waiting for meto be fed And the river lined with the birches tall, Whore we sailed our raft to an island small, Where grand discoveries oft were made, And plans for future greatness laid But I turn my thoughts with long-drawn sigh Good-by, old homegood-by! good-byl I've traveled the earth from pole to pole, From desert sands to the o'cean's roll But far and near, w...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 10 November 1892

*lw. fe Editor and Proprietor?"' fburciay* November loth, i8g2. NEXT in importance to a general election is the matter of good roads, which is aH\iljoc that is a present being extensively agitated and dis missed through the public press and conventions called for the purpo se of arousing public sentiment as tolits im portance. This subject ought to re ceive more general attention by the people of this county. Every farm er who hauls a lond of grain to town knows the value of a good, smooth roud. How much extra wenr on la Grippe! That enemy of humanity, a Grippe, is appearing ogc.in in var ious parts of the country, and is to be viewed with graver apprehension than any other spasmodic malady, unless it be diphtheria. I may not be so deadly, pes haps, as the cholera, and fori his leason not much dreaded, but it is more general and those who suffer from it and survive, can seurc-ly escape its periodicy and effective weakening power. I is held by some,and probably er roneously. 1 hat a ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 10 November 1892

tti 1 $0 I. $ i 1 ["4^ J. P. MATTSONv K&$gg$ Editor and Proprietoif^^*--^ tbwciay, November iotb, 1892$% NEXT in rmportanee too a general election is the ta-atter of good roads, which is a subject that is at present feeing extensively agitated and dis missed through the public press and conventions called for the purpose of arousingpuhlicsentimentastolitsitn- portance. This subject ought to re ceive more general attention by the people of this county. Every farm er who hauls load of grain to town knows the value of a good, smooth roud. How much extra wear on team and wagon does not a rough road cause to say nothing of the con sequent loss of time in traversing it. No one will deny that more attention should be given, to roads in this coun ty. The building of roads here is a matter that stands closely related to the question of drainage, the import ance and need of which has been clearly demonstrated to the people of most ot the towns in this county, during the present year. The ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 17 November 1892

^n r" fi i Volume XII. We are now prepaica 10 negotiate Real Estate Loans on a nrjo plan, whereby the loan is paid back in small instalments. In this way the borrow i er will find his mortgage lifted in a few yearshardly realising how it was done. t^C Farms for sale. COOKE &- OLSON. Home and County News Whitney lends in low prices. District eonrt convenes next Monday. .7. P. Easton left for Pnluth last Saturday. Oscar Palil left for Duluth on Monday. He expects to spend the wimer there. E. E. Graham and family left for Chicago on Friday last week and will not return before next spring-. MARRIED: At Warren, by Rev.P. M. Samuelson on Nov. 16, 1802, Mr. Andy Sunmnrk and Miss Mary Strand mark. .1. G. Runquist, formerly a resi dent in this city, and for the past few years section foreman at Argyle, hns gone to St. Paul to reside in the future. Rev. 0. S. Werner will preach in Yegn next Sunday forenoon at 10:30 and in the evening at 7:30 in War ren. Thanksgiving service in this city 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. — 17 November 1892

arwi JOHN P. MAlT802f, Editor and Proprietor. WARREN~ MINN. CARPE TS we re used in Nineveh and Rabylon, as shown in paintings, B. 1300. THERE are scales in the assay office Boston so delicate that they indicate in the ten-millionth part of a pound. TI IK mikado of Japan has no mere Ooriculturttl l.ttle country to rule over, lie is the sovereign of 40,000,000 peo ple who live in 18,000 towns and vil lages. Tiru Hamburg American Ste am Packet Company announces upon re suming steerage traffic that Russians, Poles and Bohemians will not be taken as passengers for America. WHAT is the use in trying to get a bank account? Th world's fair is coin ing relentlessly on, and now, to cap the climax, Adelina Patti says that when she leaves off singing she will take to acting. Goxo HOA R, grand master of the Chinese masonic order, which has ja st dedicated its only temple in this coun try in Boston, is six feet tall, dresses in American clothes and wea rs eye glasses. ____^_____^^_ WHAT is more r...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 17 November 1892

i I'll I Sgw SUCCESS. trhpro shall I find it, and what will it be, ?hia wonderful giftthis great mystery? what Is It like, and how shall I know, fhc'pathl must tako or where I must go? Tor ways there are many, and night will come on. tad years are so fleeting that youth will be gone Sre I shall attain it or name It as mine! give me some token, or show me some sign! Jo answer came back to mv longing intense io ripple of light cleft the shadows so dense! tasked of my neighbors, and those that I met, /Vhatever in life was the best thing to getl followed their teachings, as well as I could, Vnd struggled to reach up to earth's highest good! I built up vast wealth, and I lived In great state, 3ut burdens were crushing me early and latel .'sought then for honor, isitioa and fame, i won them and wore thtii, and found thorn but name! rhon saddened, I sat in the shadows alone: aucccbsI then knew that I never had knownI Kwl time was departing, and age drawing near, Vnd nausrht was before me 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. — 17 November 1892

ft- Mi is 1.1 *-t~ Hugh Harrison Martin Mahoney James E. Chillis S. S. Johnson A. T. Conlev C. B. Marshall Frank Peterson David Mnrdoek B. B. Hang-en i^HMlfSJ Warren SheaP J.P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. Thursday, November tytb, 1892. Election Returns for Marshall County. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. Republican. John S. Carlson 567 Patrick Fox 523 Archibald 1). Gray 510 Kbenezor C. Huntington 520 Samuel Jennison 530 Ernest. L. Hospes 523 Henry F. Brown 522 Willinm E. Culkin 521 Hngli W. Donaldson 525 DenIOC ratio. Robert A. Smith 387 Jtenjaniin F. Nelson" 35 5 David N. Jones 35G William Quinn 349 Afar tin Shea 349 Peoples Party nnd Win. Meijjhen. A. Stromberp: H. IV. Norton Peter McGrath OleH.Thoen James Dillon E. Clark C. E. M. Brown A. II. Holloway Amondment to Art. 4 COUNTY AUDITOR. Carl Hanson It. Glavin *n Fusion. 1221 1182 924 892 887 1141 017 884 1103 Prohibition. 128 113 108 115 111 109 112 107 107 2 (Yes 526 [No 325 Yes 408 Amendment to Sec. 3 Art. 9 No 519 CONGRESSMAN. Henr...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 November 1892

i\ Volume We are now prepaiea io 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 I Hied in a few yearshardly realising how it was done. JJSJTVwv/w for sale. COOKE &' OLSON. Home and Giinly *ews "Whitney leads in low prices. Supper irmly it (J o'clock at Slec'H hall to-ni^t. AiMiim snle nite-v supper. Come one, come nil. John Sinclair, the new Sheriff lect has heen in town this week to se how Sheriff Kivel runs court, nml get .some pointers. Kenicinber the sii[)pcr and auc tion sale by the ladies of the Swedish Lutheran church at Slee's hall to iuj.ht. All are cordially invited. Nels Anderson and wife oi" Excel B-ejoice over the advent of an heir at their house which made its ap pear.ince Thursday. Thief River Falls I'ress. liy sit beside a poor stove and shiver and freeze until your teeth ehatrei-, when you can pvt an ele gant coal or wood heater so cheap at Powell & Larsoifs. M. ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 November 1892

W IS I Jl-*- i Mh Volume -V s&iy IVe are now prepaiea to negotiate Real Estate Loans bn 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. Farms for sale. COOKE & OLSON. Home and County News Whitney leads in low prices. T-Supper ready at (j o'clock at Slee's hall to-nig^r. Auction sale after sapper. r, 0 one, come all. John Sinclair, the new Sheriff *leit,lins been in town this week to see how Sheriff Kivel rims court ami get some pointers. Remember the supper and auc tion sale by the ladies of the Swedish Lutheran church at Slee's hall to nitfht. All are cordially invited. Nels Anderson and wife of Excel rejoice over the advent of an heir at their house which made its ap penrnnce Thursday. Thief River Falls Press. "Why sit beside a poor stove and shiver and freeze until your teeth chatter, when you can get an ele gant coal or wood heater so cheap at Powell &a...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 November 1892

rf,*r -t Kirrat JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor, WARREN^ MINN. IMITATION almonds are the latest out put of the food adulterators. THEKE is one Chinese, one Portuguese and one Cherokee newspap er printed in the Uuited States THE New Jersey court of chancery has decided that oysters are not real estate, but personal property. to the present titne your chance of beioar one hundred years old is not very pood. Only one person in ten thousand lives to be a centenarian. IN accordance with Chinese etiquette, all business of state requiting the eni poiov's attention is transacted between the hours of a o'clock and o'clock in the morning. THE highest pi iced piano in the United States belongs to the Marqnand famiiv in New York city. It w.is de signed and p.untcd by Alma Tadema, and cost $40,000. THE lord lieutenant of Ireland has a salary of IU0.000 per annum, but the expenses ot the position are so high as to make a big pnvate foitune a neces sity to the appointee. IN the future why s...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 November 1892

r! 1 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 due thought. Years of satisfaction or of regret come with a piano. Does it wear .veil? The WING Piano does. "Look before you leap." Whatever piano you buy, there are piano secrets you ought to know. Owx free book fells them. Send a postal card for it. It may help you to buy a different piano. We take that risk. We also tell you the nearest dealer where you can see a WING Piano. It is worth looking So is the price. WING'S '""ON, 2.|5 Broadway, New York. ^p^p EO-KO yi-X \i.f Toilet Soap Fo? Pare White Sim. PREPABIO ONLY DY BALDWIN & CO., 14 PARK PLACE, AGENTS WANTED, SALARY OR COMMISSION. SAMPLES MAILED FREE. CUSHION AND PNEUMATIC WARRANTY WITH EVERY WHEEL SEND YOUR ADDRESS FOR CA...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 November 1892

r, nT r- I P- i r- 11.11 1 LiJiiT Warren SheaP J.P. MATTSON, Editor ttii'd fVoiprietor. V~bursihfj\ November 24th, 1892. "Frttt SITFAK has received from N.1I. NVinchell, Stat- (ieoloojst, a copy of Uulletm No. 7, iriving-n. scientificmnl popular account of the habits and features of the mammals of Minne sota, with number of fine illustrn tionss. INSTE AD of carrying this stale as Mr. Donnelly so boastfully claimed be would do. he made a retrograde from the vote of Mr. Owen of about twenty thousand,or a loss of between thirty and forty per cent. After quietly and candidly grasping the situation by the right end, can the farmers see where Mr. Donnelly had any other interest in the campaign except in the collections taken up after each of his speeches.Crooks ton Times. THE great Homestead strike has been declared off. and as many o! the men as have been able to secuim positions have gone back to work. It. has been one of the most disast rous strikes in the country involving about 10.00...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 24 November 1892

4^.?WiM PP 4? fgv: 1$,' ft*-* I y" p. 'A -"-g&ifr4-" arreif Sfi wh P. MATTSON, Editor and Proprietor. iTbursil^ November 24th, 1892. 'Ihrtte SHEAF has received from N. H. Winchell, Stat" (icoloiiat, a copy of v*?f%.$t Rulletin No. 7 givingea (&'A4& features of rho mammals of Miune sotn, with., a. miiuber of fine' illustra- t" tionss, X'!' 9* eat eve EDITOK SHEAF: fe4'. scientific and Hwount, of th habits and INSTEAD of carrying this state as Mr. Donnelly so boastfully claimed lie would do, he made a retrograde from the vote of Mr. Owen of about twenty thousand,or a loss of between thirty and forty per cental- After quietly and candidly grasping the situation by the light end, can the farmers see where Mr. Donnelly had any other interest in the campaign except in the collections taken up after each of his speeches.Crooks ton Times. HE great Homestead strike has been declared off. and as many ol the men as have been able to secure positions have gone back to work. It. has ...

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

1 We are now prepaid* to negotiate Real Estate Loans on a nnv plaii, whereby the loan is paU back in small instalments. In this way the borrow er will find bis mortgage lifted in a few yearshardly realising how it was done. %3T Farms for sale. COOKE & OLSON. i- ___. Home and County News Whitney lends in low prion's. Mr. and Mrs. White, of Aliens visited nt Dr. Wat tain's this week. Chns. Sager has bought the sheep ranch of Mr. Fullerton, in Kitt son county. Thanksgiving brought plenty of snow, which commenced falling dur ing: the night and all day Friday. Sleighing is good. The SHEAF wants wood on subscription. Hring us some popple poles, or anything that will burn. I will be as good as gold to us. Miss Annie Lcvek, who has been staying at Mr. V.C. Hicktnans, de parted for St. Paul on Friday, to live for a while with her mother. Dr. McGillan says that Mr. Lof tus, near Red River, who was so seriously injured by the discharge of a gun, is improving right along. The supper and auc...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 1 December 1892

*i^*fV5m I v- Ml ^Hty .**rg^ *$gg^w&ifr. fit rrm ^fleaf JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor amkJroprlator WARREN. MINN Tms total receipts of the gambling' tables of Monte Carlo last year were over 23,000,000 francs. MRS. ETCHARD KING, of Corpus Chnsti. Tex., owns 700,000 acres and 103,000 head of c.ittle and horses. PROF. HUXLKY says that an oyster is a fnr iuore complicated piece of ma chinery than the finest Swiss watch. HE Turkish government has issued an edict prohibiting1 arinv officers be- low the rank of major from having oioie than one wife. A SENSATION has been caused in Pitts burgh by the announcement that the late Father Jlolhnjjer's gieat wealth was on I am th. He was supposed to have leit an estate valued at 8500,000. A LONDON woman has* patented a machine for making wat* scieus that is provided with a thread-cutter so del icate a& to be almost invisible. It will cut pei feet ihteads on the finest human hair. OLIVER WKNDEU, HOI/YICS not only hasn't a copy of his first poem,...

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