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Prints every Wednesday at tM County &>at
m-red at tV pwrtoffii t ffarwn us second-
Railroad Time Table.
S Paul, Minneapolis & Mani
J. B. TitiIK, ttiition Agent.
LCIISA, airi iculim al htuip.
Leave Souflu Leave North,
"Pasenger -3,57 p. m. .-vna:r, 2.00 i m.
Htnr Lane, Station Ag' nt.
Leave: South. l.e.-.t Xoul..
yutwriei:!, 2.00 p, m. Pissenger, ii.3') p. in
J-'rcighi,. 11.20 ii. m. Freight, LOO p. m.
J* 7 X51^ I. OFFICIAI-S.
MKMBEr. OK f- )SGIJS
'W. I Wash burin, Minneapolis
Distrl.-t j.udpt, v- P. Stearns, Duluth.
Andrew MiCxen.. Perharo.
O. OornTtoek, M.oorhea:!.
JV-:.'ii.l!.-r. of J'Jceds,
ikbo yi.iporint(*nde .t,
"ic: Dr-tru'-- P. "M.dnlvre, Warren.
2d Di*r.net~E.. j. Xv.ye, Lout* i.
*Af Dir.ilcW-A, Dhmumd, gtepucu.
i O v'r-|
eniog at the schoo! housr.
Pays Taxes for Non-residents.
J. P. flelson,
4. 1* JN' 12
Heal Estate. Pays Taxes,
A. E. Johnson & Go.,
JOHN W. SLEE,
Abstract and Land Examiner.
/(/'ad-niarto'ff for Marshall Conity\
P. A. DUFOUE,
^(or and Attorney a
W. Meleh, M. I
17, J, "Nklntyie.
d-.dmaon. Alien &d'.. 'M. P. GiPert, '& Co
.vi Cfca Ihos.
Fiira-u A Dady.
K. W, Ko'iRtnan, ..'ohnsoii, Allen A Co.
A.TKK:P iiAl TOOLS.
ii. C. -\ienti.er
WAGON' AiAKKR AND JOBBER.
R. C. ^nycttr.
VWieu House, Mark. SU'phaua, Manager.
T, H, Davis.
M. d. McCati, C. L. Weber.
TIN A\D HARDWARE.
i". I Keje, A. l. Vetboncour.
^JloUoub ife Keiu'l.
,A*3 ftlCLTtjT L'RA L* MAUHlNERr,
i t-iBTICE OF Tlfij' EE4iOB^.r
*v^ 0. Barkfir.
te:tr, cool, nt i W int.
Fuhsciibe for the SIIKAE.
Wlea iv bringing 0 cents to-lay.
Congres*. will convene next Monday.
K-h^iou-i .-ei vices 10 tlit.- school house every
f-'.j-dav at 10.30 i. m.
_'iVmpv!oice Society organization meet every.
wood is worth $.'1.50 to $4.f0 per cord.
Mercury lost it* wing* and h* .-loni.v ercep
I Plume your viiiiis for Hi*1
Freight, S2,00ni. Fuieh, 12.00 m. temporally in charge of the railroad station
Apparatus for rln
Wan VK- .n.
as district attonr-v
i"^gB.KiTfel, & Coa,^
'Rv- Thtce weeks and :i haptn Christmas.
Leave South. Leave North, IfJL
r*senger, 3.30 p. ni. Fnsse-ngn, LVtt n. m. Merits- 1M bout'ht a fointnn Pahbank
l-roght, 1SU5 y. ij lingM, 1L0O a. m. S(.i, tit out whk li ho vi. Ill erect in frontof hh
of thi* town, has IIPCII placed,
1 :t! Angus, FolkCouiitV.
I W. TT. Gilbert, thire mill fioin tou n, rai*
'ed 1."I07J modioli haul sooU til^ *!n.it, all
No. 1. A avriiue of 3:ij bushel* .icie.
Won,,, r^.7o7^7a^.T^ best hotel, I J"''
in the nrth-.u*L lis tabic and i*
in*rb. The man who prepaid that hash
deserves laurul crowu.
Thre.^hir.p on the large farms'is nearly com
reachedtlie woik, having been engaged in
O. i mate will aceomxinv him home. 'v i r- mate will aacompan him home
J. C. McCiva- infh,Mri
Win* (\Vro-"' -i ilH!)
Qnitrterly meeting will he held on Saturday
evening and Sun lay Morning next. Presiding
eider St.arke'y will oMc.bte. A\ Sabbath Law-1
yer Flint will cast aside the toga and assume
i the robes.
This copy ,f the SHRAF will be sent to every
at a depth of l:-s. i!r,r, feet. It is Aaid that
a four inch pipe will throw the w: iil'ty feet
above the surface. The drhe wells A Slejdie
in (his county, furnish water at a Las depth.
apoiisfariH com pan
Maude of ihe Sa.Ice river about six mites
*y.r\t frw r J-irge, tract of hard wood timber, veiv conve- h'Y OOiore.
Crookston, Minnesota. months.
WWiw.lnientfo,-obtainhig lumber dunng the winicrj
h!S,etuinelh, splendid health, havinir entire-|
ly recovered from his almost fatal attack
oimssfor and Attorney at taw wu of Murphy t st. Pam. He i8 now I
The PresQRt Seasoa to be one of SeTere Gold -and
Heavy Snow-The Sieatcst "Ball of 8now will
Occur Aboutthe HflBday&-Tidictioii8 from
Two of the Most Eminent Weather^'-" .'i
Twphtte on thisContinent,
"MoxTREAt., Csrtj'adn, Sept. 22. lSbQ.
Dear SIis :J expect December (htttex part,)
.riiiniary and March will give us, most snow.
I.enibe and January the greatest cold. -Feb
ruary Jouke warm, ad snow may rapidly dis
appear during that month. An early sprinjr.
I/je croiigood. Youis truly,
Wni. Lnekey. lho.krsc Srwifh 5id11.Tir-nt abont Louisa, n-et/ing niahts, thev wiU' be duly appreciuted
nnd, to their
xt spring, direct from CanUii. Blai-sUall C'onvty Einance*.
I A* this county is yet attached to Folk foi li es between ButTOWS, of Maine
jju-aeid purposes, it in well to renumber that
at Crouton on the 14th cUy of DecemLer, I Hotef J^ourdeVTVFargO are
Judge Mcav'ns prtstdaig.
supplying theinsel\cs vvitii ciothes-
Villig School now \u progres. under the I i,,,,,.
r^nlel)dent J.A. M.i. ihown.
.oi: ol (i'MiooI ^upi
He has an attendance of same ioectjol-trs. Tin- I
new school hous
comfortHlde as well as ornament a
this i.m.i of wonders, the .somiierii question will soon
Tlic last bor-d at Euclid gives pure soft water cilSaj.'p-ear IroUl politics, Ultd thv
suiith be as loyal as the iionh.}
1. siw-milloftue conn-
oi i. county se.-u. The mill will he tocaitili i,
in a heavily limbered section convenient to
remembered thai the new.spa^M.-l itol.'ah raiay as appoined a un--
'People last spring, announced the Iangerous Uiness pehiueudent of tree cultu re who
of Mr. IT. Meiitzer, agncultnral agent. He 1
at home in h's new commodious agricultural -_-'-
luMling. His father is expected to move his rpi,
fmU.v and occupy the neat reriJcri^-hP com-"-
ph ted on Nelson street in the spring.
In this, our first issue, we verify a rumor
long In circul dion, of the with Irywal of A. 17.
Flint, Esq., from active practice it) the profes..
jsion of the law, in which he wa bred. Mr.
Flint has barn a successful 11wyer both at
Chippewa Falls, tVisconsin, where ha resi led,
I and served us cily attorney, also, in this conn-
.j. erysipib.s, as he :ijs. through the. medical secure the future SUT-p'licS of ties
iy. which he now serves as county attorney.: .._-.:_,_
jtion of tlK-county'lining the past surnmeivl iu^S
school l, n:
.ml ib'df midwest, trctu 'ioo r.iuing
t.iinesMing. 1 'Mu^^n/rr
HENRY G. VENNO R.
ST. LATVKUK IE MOKTOCIE S,
Province of Quebec, Oct. 7, 180.
Dear Siis :I exject tiemendous snow falls
far to the southward as Washington, D.'C,
and westward beyond Chicago towards the
end of December and New Year's, and a grain in
proximity to the 8th and Dth oi Jamlary. Very
wintry weather with snow here this week.
Yours truly, HEXWY G. YEXXOH.
ST. LOUIS, MO., Oct. 21, l0.
c^m/utnec-TOftnt of a period of than *u-
al enerpetic rtsturh will not at-e
'ii) small farmers have not yet
plowin.t'-untU the lYeczi-. I "~~~r
I I ftCW ljlSd^f^*
Thepraminent and""- haintsoiiue bridges, whicmh
Bcnncwitz who ha.? just completed
changes in atmospheric j^ressure,
by great and sudden]
andin conift-e south 2iid heavy snows th
qncntlmy by heavy precipitation, that is, heavy
p'-'nerally extreme low. "fernperar-
Yours tiuiy, JO HN H. TICE,
jn-iir oennewu WH O na. just completed i --i ^^i^z-, m-u
and If.-ivuosK sho U-it Red I
that a sprightly
last fall, huv beer, found of gieat
i by the RvlJtuts oi this ^artofAlarshall Countv.
to parlies delivering- wheat. In tbe
spring of the year, duting hith water and
We hive secured information fiom Louisa, Orders are worth yo
this county, that a Wm. La Fonda, from the Amout of County order* on li.a riding 3,221 00
state of Maine, and a t'n1Ie na of means, Amountol Hriagtorders issued.... i,to2 09
will put up a, flouting mill at-that place next Cash in'treasury V'fc 00
Glyndon is going to incorporate.
Capt. ftleArthur intends building
person in the .oroity whose name can be ob Oil the S.jSkatchudll liver.
t-iiincd. Any one wishing to become a .-egultr!
subscriber should send their name.'} in as soon I I LS SaiU. ijy Sollie e^slem jourit-
S steamboat to be Jia lgated
als that the contest for speakership
ali ,j. ICaSSOU, of iowa.
the term for thi.si.mrt of thfi district will open -^^--^-w^.. ^_^__
which is sincereJy ho}.ed to be true.
I The St. Paul jt'fomvr Press,
last ivionday, cemes out with over
inlwii. be erected OJI the CUgiit C(.dumtiS of religious HOWS
disseminated at the vario Aim
tl.w Paul.,h it
ll 1i ji1 .e
He has been named a local preacher b,y the -The State Farmers
Methodist church.and appointed to mi the Trade, at its late meeting" ill St.
u:,n,Mn i He will serve out his term
Paul, recommended ihe ccntinu
ance of (he use of ihe Stacv filler
Larce additions Invc been mn& to this 8SC
er. Stephens his put up sevfiraifinestructures' ing uniformity of grade throughout
near the station, and we ire inform-h intents |p^, -j,.,t
to erect barns and dwellings each of his i
furnjs. A recent Uivf-.?*ment of Jri-.i.CWO in! HM 7 ^J:
ls, hying some twant.v miles east h".
.if the station forsheeo raising, will decide th.V
i.umoiif mi! 'finm the iti
It i,i, I.MMT
ituqu.ct but about fottycirs to-hi tlie
LJUwhiMt 'iop hl.cn in atW.uien station l'LSQ'
oiki^OO tres, and
Cfl o,,,, W
il,l _d I'aiSC trees ill orer to
7 77i I i
O Rod Kvei
Valley Old Settlers' Association an- fi"'hls- bhniiiles por
nuunoes that he has made arrange-) Lath peril,
men is whereby all the old settlers
attending the reunion at Grand
Forks, Dakota, on December 8fh,
can securearreturn.' tickets for one-
M* fr ii-i. -i whalta the society has aecomphshoa
Mr &. is. HaywooL who has a farm threei :k.
idin wheat this device hdv
proveg itself useful ill promot-
problom of profit or lr.ss in raising sheep on J. ncss men of St. Louis, Sol ting forth
liree scale in tiiis lititn-e. tin i. i I
Vg^tdOn SOClCiV of,.MlSSO*
has issued an addrt-SS to the busi
They think of estab-!
'Jsing aid in carryi nlg out,
M," his com-let'i a plans to imluceimmigrants io setile!
hshmg tnugr ition agencies itn var-
ious easien countries fur tha pur
list e.ir so far in thin season eighty loads vised he will not go and ST end the
emigrant I S we
ioas cusLious and all the latest ini
Frovjernnbj. Prior. Chandler. Scott
and West are iktenmnod that RO
hody in either nd of l3iemrtroi'Ii
t.iit Siamese-twin cf U^o Greui
Ntrthwcst sliali lia-,e any ground'
loft for a growl or a grnmble.
Trout Our KxcliaBjre*.
From the Daily ATUSL
The animal report of the fro.-ts-
urer of the ."Diiiod Stntes sin \YS
that the i^ec*-ipts from customs in
ternal revenue, and sale of lands
were more by sixty million dollars
than during the i.-Receding ye.ir.
The Hon. S. O. ComVock has
sold the two lots where Ins office
stands tc H. A. Barns J!s-^ Mr.
Crmstock will movp his law filice
TO the corner of Main and Ligl.ili
ABSTRACT OF VOTES
Polled in the county cf Marshal
and state of Minnesota at the gen
eral cleetii held in ire several
fcctvnships and w.irJLs of said coun
ty t.n the 2d day oi' November A.
l*lo town S
^toae i egress
it lia *i.
Diices to escape iruiu the hoiel in
proves to be both warm, and IS Clit otY.
V. Tit ns.
CO CC -'I
QO t-i c* J. P.
'M(.sesI'...iKhn. :n.' 2
Corn rev bu..
Oats.* Hay. Wheat A No.
Lbi.i i vre.
P. D. Ktve.
HI A tti,:\ :T Wif.lTfn'jrs:.
FlourNew process lloui h.
.St ind::rd ftour
Oatmeal4 els. er V: ri!"d
Stock hoards per M..',..
Square Timber er M...
Boots ar,d Shoes,
Mt.se I' hiu.
s: G. .:1
E. W Ri.sjsraiin.
Ik n't lorgei. 1.1:0-place.
2 5oto2 T5
nO to 75 j'
c/. P. NELSON,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Warren, Marshall. Co., Minn.
NOTARY .PUBLIC, COUNTY SUBVETOR
Insurance tindReal instate.
DEEDED LANDS FOR SALE,
mXUUE AND WOOD LANDS.
Choice Lands Selected and
Wagons, Sleighs and Cutters
MADE TO ORDER.
Mattresses and Spring Seds
Neck Yokes and WhilHctrees Irui.-ed
Ready for Use.
Anything wanted in Wood done on
.3 00 to 5
.3 oh to 4 50
obbsf and Repaei* I MARK STEPHIJXS. Muna /cr.
ON ThlE EA^T -SllE OF RAILROAD TRACK '"tOtf WILL AL-^j
WAYS FIND US READY TO SHOW YOU GOODS GIVE
YOI PRICES, AND TO SELL YOU ANYTHING i
YOU WA NT I N *I
Sash, Doors and Building Paper,
GROCERIES AND PiiOV
"FLOUR AUD FEED.
Crockery, Glassware and
Paints, Oils, &c.
READY MIXED P.&IMT\
Hats and Caps,
Dry Goods and Notions,
Gloves and Mittens,
W HAVE THE GLKUIKE SCREW BOOTS AND SHOES.
CALL AND EXAMINE THEM.
Gcner,:! Dealer in
toves, Bar HVEI,
and Builders' Material.
A^eni for ihe
CELEBRATED MO SHOE PLOWS.
Everything in Tin. Iron or Brass,
Ornamental or Practical, usu
ally kept by ihe Trade.
27 00 to 37 00 I
25 in) to ao oo CROOKSTON.
..2 35 Ut 3 fiOl
WARKE N. .MINN.
AIBff-GUBBimnimiTIBRR, Local Guests take their' Meals Sep-
ar.-.tely from Train Passengers.
Buffalo CoatSj &c, &c.
W 1 Tis- Sl.i] in ccr-nectior. with cur Store. Anything in
i. \v- re .'line i::i.,dc and repairing done neatly and warranted.
Cor. 1st and .MihiiBon ave., Warren, Minn.
Devoted to the great
Cloice Liquors and Cigars a
Lager on Tap.
English Ale and Porter,
Bottled Beer and Wines