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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 11 May 1881

Personal Paragraphs. A young lady of Madison, Wis., received many anonymous poems of an amorovs and flattering character. She finally sub mitted them to an intimate friend, a married lady, -who recognized the handwriting as her husband's. J. W. Simonton, on delivering his lecture on the Associated Press in San Francisco, had an instrument on the platform connect ed with a Washington circuit and the dis tance, 3,700 miles, was worked direct,an almost unparalleled feat for a land circuit crossing a mountain range. Alexander III. has promoted to a! captain cy the young lieutenant who wrapped his own mantle around the wounded Czar just after the explosion. It was in this mantle that the murdered man was taken to the Winter Palace. "I have bought you anew cloak, said the Czar to the soldier. I shall keep the other." He has also given the youth a present of 1.200 rubles. Parnell is said to have become careless in dress and appearance during the present ses sion of parliament. His once fre...

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 May 1881

Mfarre/? Sheaf. '!J'A8 C. BROWN, P0BLIS5ER, intod every Wednesday at the Connty Scat. "nWod at the potoffi- at Warren as sccond- c!3s matter. The -world*s fair has suffered a "oil apse- Stan ley Matthews is probably solid for the supreme court. The Northern Pacific is not to be presided over by Carl Schurz. The murderers of Sultan Abdul Ar.zia are undergoing their trial. Stillwater rejoices over her new opera house the finest in the state. Ansel Briggs, the first governor of Iowa, died last Thursday in Omaha. The St. Paul Dispatch has under gone another changefor the bet ter, it is said. The lumber interests in Wiscon sin are suffering from a scarcity of water on tfdriving" streams. Crown-prince Rudolph of Aust ria, and the Princess Stephanie of Belgium, were married yesterday.?, Judge Barnes, of Dakota, is again looming up, as a substitute candidate, for re-appointment to the position he now fills. Henry Ward Beeeher has been sued for damages resulting from a failure to deliver a p...

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 May 1881

Railroad Time Table. St. Paul, Minneapolis & Mani toba JRaUway. WARREN. W. A. Atwater, Station Agent. Le*re South. Leave North. Passenger, 3.30,p. m. Passenger, 1.25 p. m. freight, 1S.4S p. m. Freight, 11.00 a. m. ARGYLE. Leave South. Leave North. Passenger, 2.57 p. m. Passenger, 2.00 p. m. "Freight, 12.00 m. Freight, 12,00 m, STEPHEN. Henry Lane, Station Agent. Leave South, Leave North, Passenger, 2.3Q p. m, Passenger, 2.30 p. m, freight, 11.20 a, m, Freight, 1,00 p. m. PTHSX^C OFFtCIAI^S, MfcMBKft Of CONJHS3 W. D. Washburn, Minneapolis DISTHIC* COURT, district Judge, O. P. Stearns, Dtiluth, STATS SENATOR, Andrew McCrea, Perham. REPRBSfeNtATttBS. P. G. Cornstock, Muofhead. Burnerd Sanlpson, Crookston. COUNTT OWIC1SRS. Probate Judge, John W, Slee. Register of Deeds, Thos. Cregg. Auditor, O. Taylor. IVeasUrer, J, B, Titus. Khenff, W. T, Lackey. Attorney, A. E. Flint. Uchool Superititetldentj J. M. Brown* Coroner, Wm. Carreae* Burveyor, J, NcUoM COUNTT COMMISSIOfcteB8 1st District...

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 May 1881

WARREN SHEAF. A. DEWEY, Publisher. WAKREN, MINNESOTA. CURRENT NEWS. RAILROADS. Rumors are again current that the Chicago and Northwestern will absorb the Omaha line irom St. Paul The gross earnings of the St. Paul, Minneap olis & Manitoba line for the month of April amounted to $425,685.47, an increase of $92,- 071 44 over the earnings of April 1880. The Chicago, Milwaukee & St Paul com pany has advanced the wages of his laborers at different points along its line from $1.00 to $1.25 toer day. The Mankato Record talks in the following style: The pooling arrangement entered into by the Chicago and Northwestern and Milwaukee and St Paul roads not only discontinues the former practice of allowing rebatesto shippers, but also carries with it at least a fifty per cent advance in freight charges. The westward emigration has already as sumed such porperhoiis that the Winona & St Peter railroad has found it necessary on several occasions to run double-header passenger trains fac...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 18 May 1881

FRED DE LEOX. The .Boy Road Agent ot the Blood Stained Prairie. From the Brooklyn Eagle. CHAPTER ONE. It was dark, as the lumbering stage coach! made the fording of the Cannon Ball River and the four fiery horses darted out upon the broad, level prairie. The passengers vere armed to the roots of their teeth, and well might they be, for crouching behind a bladejof grass watching the oncoming coach with gleaming eyes -was Fred De Leon, the Breaded Boy agent of the Blood Stained Prairie, There was no time for defense. Ere the most experienced passenger could draw his weapon, the Terror of the Prairie was upon them and resistance was useless. Quickly wringing the necks of the horset with one wrench of his powerful m, slew the driver with the heel of his boot, and was engaged in killing the express mes senger when the soft voice of a woman fell on his ear, CHAPTEK TWO. Though inured to crime, Fred De Leon was a paralytic before a woman. Hastily flinging open the coach door he saw a beau ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 18 May 1881

Warren Sheaf. AS C, BROWN, PUBLISHER. iated every Wednesday at the County Seat. loitered at the postofflce at Warren as second class matter. S'-iMjVy lYTnithews was confirmed rrujuritv of pne. Mrs. Gi-ii'iioid's illness is very se vere xi I'uais are entertained for er recovery. Conkling is stiil holding, out .igainst Robertson, but the president i,s Uuii mid will not withdraw the nomination. It looks now as if Robertson will be appointed. We hope so. P'\ D'Uiiger formerly of the Du hitli daily Herald, and latterly of inclioriarubra fame is haying in 'hicago, little of the after .experi ences of loving "not wisely but too well" a Miss Eva Painter, one of Chicago's greatest courtezans. Concerning the intended excur sion of the Marquis of Lome and his wife, the Princess'.Louise, to Manitoba and the Northwest prov "uce, U. S. Consul Taylor, of Win nipeg, s.'iys that the excursion will probably be in June, but the out ward journey will be by. the lakes and the rente of the Canadian, Pa 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. — 25 May 1881

0L, 1. %Z. nmrsKeieitaatiestia wnii.i. Railroad Time Table. gt, Paul, Minneapolis & Mani toba Railway. WARREN. W. A. Mjr. ater, Station Agent. Leave South. eaye North. fa*ienger, 3.30p.m. Passenger, 1.35p.m. freight, 'la.^pim! freight, lj',00 a^ m. ARGYLE. Lfiare South. Laave North. Passenger, 2.57 p. m. Passenger, 2.00 p.m. flight, 00 m. Freight, 13 00 m, STEPHEN. penary Laqe, Stfrttan Agent. Ijpajre South, Leave North, a^ngfirj "^30p,"m'. Passenger, 2.30 p. m. roj'gUt, 3.V.29 a, m. Freight^ 1.00 p. m. W. $. ^shbur'n, M{Hneapp}ie HISTBIfiT OfiUBT. j}istrie Judgp, O, P. Steams, Duluth. Andrew McGrea, Perham. REPBESKJfTiVTIVBS. f. G. Gqmstqck, Moorljead. JSarrierd Sajnpsbn, ijrookston. COUXTY prncsBs robate Judge, John W. S}ee. Register of Deeds, Thos. Cregg. Auditor, O.Taylor. 'Treasurer, J. B. Titus. Sheriff, W. T. Lackey. .Attorney, A,*E. Flint. School Superintendent, J, M, Brown, i'oroner, Win. Carrese. purveyor, J. P. Nebjon. tDU3TTY OOtyMISSIpNERS, jst DistrictA. P. Mclntyr...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 25 May 1881

WARREN SHEAR CHAS. C. BROWN, Proprietor. WAEEEN, MINNESOTA. MEMOKiAiiday Trill be generally ob served on Monday, May 30. MR. FBANKL IN bXEELE, of Indianapo lis, son of the late Horn. Franklin Steele, pays a real estate tax of nearly $10,000 in Hennepin county, Minnesota. THE rains of last week came most oppor tunely for the grain, which has now tome finely and loeks as "green as grass." The transformation of the face of nature was magical. THE secretary of the state board of agri culture of Ohio estimates that the wheat crop of that state will fall 20 per cent, be low that of last year. The estimate is based upon the observations in sixty out of sixty eight counties of the state. Here is anoth er hint of good prices for spring wheat, the great staple of the Northwest. THE total New York trade imports and exports of merchandise and precious met als amounted.in 1880, to $964,579,876 against $795,235,732 in 1879, an increase of $169,- 344,143. The year 1880 will be ever mem orable as 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. — 25 May 1881

PRETTY KITTY RYAN. Or Taming a Horse and Winning a HM uand. Pretty Kitty Ryan was a bright, pretty and good girl. She was an only child, and her mother was a widow. They came from the old country on the death of Kitty's father, for it was worse than useless for an old woman in poor health and a girl of six teen years to try to gain a living on a small farm twenty-five miles from Dublin. When tiey landed in New York they had just $2o remaining of the little sum they realized by the sale of their cows, pigs and poultry. Their passage had cost them nothing, for Kitty's uncle, her .father's brother, had made her a present Qf their tickets. "Now, Kitty, what are we to do next, my child, in this strange country?" @h! mother, keep up your heart we'll do first rate. The stewardess has told me of a place where we can get board, and I'll take the paper and look for work. You'll just do nothing at all, for didn't I bring you out here to be a lady?" Kitty read the papers faithfully, but without...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 25 May 1881

Si^gMamnmrc* MBWIUMHMB |p:-,il III I'lH ^BIIV W| I W tgggaWBjjfcTO^ i^a/re/7 S/?ea/ .i8. C. BROWN, PDBLISHICR. riit*dever? Wednesday at War,ren,Minn. '^d'.iered at the pottoffiee at Warren as second class matter. Mr*. Garfield is improving. The senate adjourned Friday. -j-j. J Keep a look out for Rill King's iphoyir, Tlie senate is without a presidejit j!ro-tem. The "VY'isconsin lumber drives are joining out all right. Col. ^qm. Scott died Saturday morning. His estate is, vajued at $.if-,6oo,qQQ.' ifhp ^fprthprn pacific railway )iaj ofrangacl fyom. t]ie PiHings to the ViJ!a^4 pp:n.t*ol. Judge ppmell'g condition is a iittle improved and hppeg fire now entertained of his recovery. Secretary Windpm has phut off on receiving any more 6s, the time for so dping having expired. The duke of Sutherland is mak ing a tour of the new northwest, find will probably visit Manitoba.' Over 50,000 people are houseless jind homeless-on the island of Ohio, but the danger of hunger is past. Brevet Maj. ...

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 June 1881

YOL. 1. NO. 27, I Railroad Time Table. St. Paul, Minneapolis & Mani toba_Railway. WARREN, W. A'. Atwater, Station Agent. Leave Bouth. Leave North ^asseagcr, 3.30 p. m. Passenger, L$5 p. m. freight, 13.45 p. m. Freight, 11.00 a. m. ARGYLE. Leave South, Leave North. Passenger, 2.57 p. m. Passenger, 2.00 p. m. 'freight, 12.80 m. Freight, 12.00 m. STEPHEN. Henry Lane, Station Agent. Leuve South.' Leave North. "ifamsenger, 2.30 p. rn. Passenger, 2.30 p, in. Slight, 11 .'JO a. m. Freight, 1.00 v. m. (t JPLTJBI^IC 0Xr-1?ICJIAJL.f$. MEMBBH Or CONGP.E83, W. D. Washburn,. Minneapolis DISTRICT COHRT. istriet Judge, O. P. Stearns, Duluth. STATE 8BHATOK. Andrew McCrea, Perhara. REPRESEXTAT1YES. S. (J. Cometoek, Moorhead. Bitrnerd Sanipaon, Crookston., OOKNTy OVKICIJRS. Probate Jiidfro, John W. Slee. Xsgister of Dds, Thos. Craig. Auditor, O. Taylor. Treasurer, J. B. Titus. Sheriff, W. T. Lackey. Attorney, A. E. Flint, flchool Superintendent, J. M. Brown. Coroner, Win. Carrese. Surveyor, J.P.N...

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 June 1881

*K.-*. Ji*W S* J-*!^.JC WARREN SHEAF. CHAS. O. BROWN, Proprietse: WARKES, MINNESOTA. CURRENT NEWS. RAILROADS. It is rumored that General Manager HilL of the St. Paul, Minneapolis A Manitoba, JS seri ously contemplating the construction of anoth er important extension of his railway system from Pine City to Pelican Rapids. T. F. Oakes, recently elected a director of the Northern Pacific in ViUiard's interest, hae started for St Paul to spend a few days there and on the line of the road. He will then go to Oregon. Mr. Villiard himself will go to Minnesota as soon as he can find the time. Dan Galvin, the conductor of the ill-fated freight traiD that was run into by the regular express near Rothsay last winter, causing the death of two passengers and seriously injuring of a number of others, was indicted by the grand jury at Breckinridge. He has retained W. W Irwin. August Smith, a former night watchman in the round house,was also indicted. Riley Gale, E. E. Sparks and B. Le Brun are ju...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 1 June 1881

A IS THE FRIENDSHIP OF WOMEN. 4 A Moral Adaptation of One of "The Paris- ian's" Translations. Why did I not marry Madame d'Alerions? T^ell, I shall tell you why. I had danced with her all the winter. That dreamy creature adores waltzing. Her pride melts in the languoi of the dance, and her fine eyes assume a vague, liquid expression that makes them resemble two h&lf-submerged stars. I felt very much in love with the charm ing widow. I found myself more timid In presence of her melancholy than before the smiles of other women. She was a woman tf love. Ten years earlier, in the heyday of my illusions, I should have called her an angel. It was with a beating heart that I opened, one morning, a letter on which I recognized the monogram of Jacqueline, and her bold, English handwriting. Madame d'Alerions invited me to spend a few days at her country-seat, Les Bergeries, in the valley of Chevreuse. I sent a telegram of thanlo. When I arrived at the chateau, the sounds of music reached ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 1 June 1881

1 Warren Sheaf. jCHAS. C. BRO\VNx PUBLISIIKIS, Printed every Wednesday lit W:uTcn,'Minn. ."Entered at the postoflic nt' Warren as second class matter. This puts mc in a devil of a posit ion.Senator Malione-ocli-lione. The Fergus Falls Journal is like the city in which it is published: blooming-. It is a semi-weekly now, and Bro. Underwood laughs with financial glee^at his increased patronage. The Acton (Dak.) News has made it's appearance. It is a well printed 7 column folio, and is own ed and edited by Frank M. "Winship. Good boy, Frank we knew you had a scheme on foot when we were co laborers in the junction city of Grand Forks, and now that the aforesaid scheme has matured, con ceived and brought forth, the SHEAF hopes the infant will do well and Act-on news-paper principles. Dont shoot, Frank! Argryle Boomers. Gr. W. Holcombe's building is going up in good style. Your cor respondent understands, that the county commissioners have rented the lower story for the use of coun ty off...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 June 1881

t& Railroad Tirpe Table, gt, Psjyl, Minneapolis & Mania toba Railway, WARREN, W A. Atwater. Stati.a Agent. Leata Booth. Stave North. jPaaienger, S SO p. m. Passenger, 1,95 p. m. nigkt} 115 p. a Freight, 1145 a. m. ARGYLE. Leara loath Leaye North. fuiitnr, 2 57 p. m". Passenger, 4.00 p. m. fri(ht, 1100 Freigb,^ 13.00 m. STEPHEN. Henry Lane, Statjon Agent. Leave South. Leave North, freignt, assenger, 3 30 m'. Passenger, 3.30 p. m. 11.30 a', m. Freight, 1.00 p. m. MBMBHt Or COHORSS9 W. D. ^tehburn, Minneapolis ?}I8T*ICT CO0RT, JMatriet Judge, O. P. Stearns, Duluth. STAT* SaXATOK. Andrew McCrea, Perham. XSPRISBXTAT1VBS, A. G. Comstock, Moqihead. Jlarmerd Sampson, Crookston. OOffKTT OVflCIXS. Probate ddge llegister of Deed*, Auditor, 'Treasurer, jsneriff, Attorney, ^School Superintendent, oroner, purveyor, Jjohn W. Slee. Thos. Craig. O. Taylor. J. B. Titus. W. T. Lackey. A.'E. Flint. J. M. Brown. Wm. Carveee. J. P. Nelson. ponyTT COMlttSSIOlf JU 1st DistrictA Mclntyre, Warren, fd...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 June 1881

WARREN SHEAR CHAB. C. BROWN, Proprietor. WABBEX, MINNESOTA. CURRENT NEWS. RAILROADS. The laying of track on the St. Paul, Minne apolis & Manitoba between Grand Forks and Fargo is completed, and a force of men are at work ballasting the rails. The three new branches of the Northern Pa cific railroad will, it is said, be built from lit tle Falls to Sauk center from Wadena to Ben son and from Perbam to Morns. This is semi official. The Manitoba company is now building a road from Carlisle to Wadena. Langdon, Bishop & Co., contractors on the Milwaukee St Paul extensions, have 1,500 men and as many teams at work east of the Des Moines river, and 5 00 men and as many teams west of the river. They are pushiag things in the way of railroad construction. Daniel McDonald, an employe in Cortier & Fieler's mill at Ludington, Michigan,discharged Tuesday, was discovered in the act of cutting belts in the mill by James Corwin, a boy. Mc Donald turned upon the lad and beat and kicked hi...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 June 1881

i I 1 i HOLMAN'S PADS TOADS UABK. Btoltnan'a Ague, Mver ft Stomadi Pad, For Malaria, Ague and Stomach troubles. PRICE, $2.00. Holmau'g Special Pad. Adapted to old chronic cases. PRICE, 3.00. Hot man's Spleen Belt. For stubborn cases of enlarged Spleen and unyielding Liver and Stomach troubles. PRICE, 5.00. Hotmail's Infant's Pad. For ailment* of Infants and Children. PRICE, $1.50. Holman's Renal or Kidney Pad. Tor Kidney Complaints. PRICE, $2.00. Holman's Absorptive Medicinal Body Plaster. The best Plaster made. Porous on Rubber basis. PRIC E, 23c. Holman's Absorpti ve Medicinal Foot Plasters. For Numb Feet and Sluggish Circulation. PRICE (per pair) *5C. Absorpti on Salt Medicated Foot Baths. For Colds, Obstructions and all cases v. here a Foot Bath is needed. PRICE, (per lb. package) 35c. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS, Or sent by mall, postpaid, on receipt of price. The ABSORPTION SALT is not mailable' aid must be sent by Express at purchaser's expense. The success of HOLMAN'S PADS has...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 8 June 1881

& Warren Sheaf, i im HA8. C, BROWS, Pu$J8R. Printed every Wednesday at Warron,Minn, |takred at ^fea ppatofflce at Warren as secoiid- d|a8 matter. Lord Roftpoe. had a little larob^ Its nam* was Tommy Piatt, _, And when lord Roscoe roWto a The lamb no longer at. It followed him from school one day, It was Lord Roscoe's rule, And why it did it all can see It was a'little fool.. 'What makes th lamb love Rosc'oe so?" The togas'ati did cry "Because' Lord Roaeoe lams the lamb," The knowing-did reply. 'i.* And o poor little Tommy Piatt Doth run about and bleat, For, having loved Lord Roscoe so, It's lost the public teat, Chicago Times, Ireland is in a. .stat* of perolu tion. Prince: Alexander of Bulgaria seems to be an unpopular monarch. One thousand stocking wearers are coming from Germany to this country. Asst. Gen. Man. Manrel of the St. P., M. & M. is a terror to. lazy officers and employes, and is stir-r ing them up. The Jews in Eussia are having a lively tim. What with rapine,...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 15 June 1881

fe & I I fi V VOL. 1, NO. 29, Railroad Time Table. gt. Paul, Minneapolis & Mani toba Railway. WARREN. W. A. Atwater, Statin Agent. Leave South. Leave North. ^Passenger, 3.80 p. m. Passenger, 1.35 p. m. -freight, 1.15 p. m. Freight, 11.15 a. in. ARGYLE. Leave South. Leave North. aaMnger, 2.57 p. m. Passenger, 8.00 p, m. rtight, 1X.00 m. freight, 18.00 m. STEPHEN. Henry Lane, gtation Agent, Leave South. Lear* North. aieenger, 2.80 p. m. PusengAr, 3,30 m. reight, 11.20 a. m. Freight, 1.00 p. m. M*MB*B OF COHGREBS, W. I}. Washburn, Minneapolis DISTRICT COURT. JOistrict Judge, O. P. Stearns, Duluth. Clerk, J.P.Nelson. STATB 8HKATOR. Andrew McGrea, Perham. REPHB8KNTATIVBS. G. Comstock, Moorhead. Barnerd Sampson, Crookston. OOUHTT QJTICERS. Probate Judge, John W. Slee. Register of Deeds, Thos. Craig. Auditor, O. Taylor. Treasurer, J. B. Titus. .Sheriff, W. T. Lackey. Attorney, A.'E. Flint. jSchool Superintendent, J. M. Brown. Coroner, Wm. Carrese. purveyor, J. p. Nelson. OOUJTTY CO...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 15 June 1881

BARREN SHEAR CHAS. C. BROWN, Proprietor. WUlftEN, MINNESOTA. CURRENT NEWS. RAILROADS. The coat of the new and elegant steamer just launched on Lake Minnetonka by the Minneap olis & St. Louis Railroad company was $20,- 000. The rails of the electrical railway at Berlin are so charged with electricity that shod horses have been hurled from the track by coming in contact with the iron. A freight train on the Denver, South Park & Pacific railroad jumped the track. H. P. Lach, engineer, J. Lee, fireman, and Wm. Arnold, brakeman, were instantly killed. Surveyors are now progressing on the exten sion of the Breckinridge branch from the town of Dwight, Dak. If nothing interferes, fifty miles or more will be graded this season. Mr. Billings has formerly resigned at the meeting of the Northern Pacific directors, and his resignation was accepted, A. H. Barney was elected piesident in his stead, and Thos. F. Oakes vice president. McDernud & Co., contractors on the Detroit, Mackinaw ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
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