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MEMBER Olf COXGKKS9,
W. D, "Wajr.burn, Minneapolis
Plstriet Judge, 0.1*. Stearns, Duluth.
Andrew MeCrea, Pertiam.
fi. G. Gonietock,
Probate Judjrc, John "W. Slec.
Rugiater of Deeds, Thos. Civgjr.
Auditor, 0. Taylor.
Treasurer, J. C. MeCrea.
Sherifl', W. T. Lackey,
Attorney, A. E. Flint.
School Superintendent, J. M. Brown.
Coroner, Win. Cnrrc.se.
Surveyor, J. Nelson.
lt DistrictA. P, Melutvre, Warren,
gd District'F. D, Kevc, Louisa.
Bd DistrictA, Diamond, Stephen.
Religioui servjee* in the. Bchool house every
iunday at 10,30 a. in,
Temperance Society organisation meet every
I'll lay evening at the school house.
Pays Taxes for Non-residents.
J. P. Nelson,
rV i O I I TNT 1 2
Real Estate, Pays Taxes.
JOHN W, SLEE,
Abstract and Land Examiner.
Agent For K, R. LAND In POI..K, MAII-
SUAI,L -xxu KITTSON COUNTIES.
Special attention to locating Gov
ernment and R. It. Lands.
A. E, Johnson & Co.,
P. A. DTJFOUR,
Counselor and Attorney at Law
WM. BOX, Proprietor.
Headquarters for Marshall County
Johnson, Alli-n & Co., M. P. Gillert, & Co
Furren & Dady.
E. W. KoHsman, Johnson, Allen'& Co.
II. C. Mentzer
WAGON MAKER AND. JOBBER.
R. C. Snyder.
Warren Hou*, Mark Stephen*, Manager.
T. R. DavU.-
M. 6. McCan, C. Weber*
TIN AND HARDWARE.
Keyc, A. D. Vcrboncour.
1-lolvoin.b fc KovsL.
George W Holcorab,
V. D. Key*.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
PHYSICIAN AND DRUGS,
Dr. 3. LaEond.
R. Kivel, S. Conner*
Wheat 68 cents.
Weather mild, and warm.
The Hutchinson's Friday
ing, Jan. 7th.
W. H. Gilbert,
P. Gilbert & Co.,
President Hayes' wheat, on his
Dakota farm, averaged twenty
three bushels per acre.
E. M. Wright one of the promi
nent lawyers of Otter Tail Co., was
in the county seat last week.
Read the notices of the Hutchin
son Family concert. This is one of
the oldest and best troupes that
A. Diamond the county commis
sioner of the northern district is in
attendence at the commissioner's
The county commissioners are in
session,but the proceeding were not
ready for this issue, but look for
them next week.
Grlyndon News: The days begin
to lengthen. After a little you will
know it without being toldunless
your note is falling due*
The travel over the railroad is
very light, both ways, the fares
can, as a general thi/ig, be counted
upon one's fingers.
The north bound train, inCt with
an accident on last Thursday at
Fergus Falls. No one hurt. A
broken switch-rod Was the cause.
The pleasant weather of the lat
ter part of last week, was improved
by the farmers, in coining to town
and that is what makes our mer
F. D. Keye, of Middle River is in
town attending to county business.
Mr. J. B. Titus will hereafter at
tend to the County Treasurer's bus
of the firm of M.
has gone east on
A. B. Nelson's horse team took
a whirl around town Tuesday, no
The Hutchinson Family Vocalists
will be here Friday, January 7th.
Don't forget it.
Rev. A. E. Flint returnd home
Friday, from a visit to friends in
Eau Clair, Wis.
W. C. Carlton of Angus, was
viewing the "boss" town in Mar
shall county on Saturdaj'.
rtii 7 I at the school house. This family of vbhialists
This IS the Week prayer rAl well known throughout every State in
through the COUUtry, and there will the Union, and also Europe that it will not
be prayer meeting held at the I
road, and we understand he sot, 1 1.
We notice the machine agents
""5 JSJSSMN art v*^^|ii^ti*!$sjWi
We received a neat New Year's
card from Dr. C. W. Barnes, the
dentist of Crookston. Come up
and see us Doctor, and make War
ren one of your visiting places onfe
a month, we think you will find
some business in vour line.
Runaway!? seem to be the fashion just at
present among the teams' that come to town.
Two of them took a circle around town, dur
ing the week.
We had a pleasant caU from our Sheriff W.
T. Lackey, he eamJto thia portion of Minne
sota about a. Near and a half ago, from
Wabasha county. If is home is at Middle River,
come and pec us again Sheriff,
Correspondents will please sign their own
name in full, and then if they wish any other
they may choose to write over. Communica
tions will not be published without we know
the name of the party sending it.
A social will be held at the residence of Mrs.
W. W- Wood, on the Pembina farm, and there
will be conveyances to take all who should
wish to attend, the weather permitting. A
good time is anticipated. Come one and all.
These socials are gotton up to raise money,
for.the organ fund, it is. a good cause, help it.
Mr. T. II. Davis, came home from Crook
ston on Saturday evening, but returned again
Monday. He reports work in the. carpenter
line quite brisk at that point. So it will be
here, in a short time if, the buildings, that are
talked of now, are erected during the balance
of the winter and early spring.
The Sunday school is prospering and haye
ordered for the coming year, new lesson leaves
and Sunday shool papers for the, young folks.
Last Sunday they elected their officers for the
coming year, which are as follows: Rev. A.
E. Flint, Superintendent Geo. IT. McCrea,
Treasurer Mrs. Geo. II. McCrea, Secretary.
May the school always continue to increase and
We notice in the Red Wing Argus, the d^alh
of Mrs. T. IT. Perkins, wife of T, II. lYikinf
Esq., of Euclid, Polk Co. Mr. P., was former*
ally editor of the Goodhue Co. Republieaivbuf
owing to poor health, sold the business and
took a half section of land three miles we*t of
Euclid. We were very much grieved to-hoar
of the death of Mrs. Perkins, who was a kind
friend to us when we first came to this north
The. dance at Geo. IT, McCrca's, came off as
noticed a few weeks ago, on New Year's eve,
and a very pleasant, affair it was.. Everybody
went to have a good time, and enjoy themselves
for the last time during 1880 and the first of
1881. The supper was excellent, and done
great credit to Mr. and Mrs. McCrea. There
were some 20 or 25 couples present, the floor
was ably.managed by Mr. A. P. Mclntyrc.
The dancing was kept lip until about 4 o'clock
a. in., when the company wished each other a
happy new year and journeyed homeward.
Warren offers great inducements to a good
veternary surgeon we over heard one gentle
man remarlc, that he could make over $1,000
next season, if he would give his attention to
the matter. The large farms in the neighbor
hood having a large number of horses, mules
and cattle to work, and more or less of them
are sick) caused we presume by the diffemce ill
the wnteiymd hard usage, A number of. are
brought in the country from Illinois*, Iowa,
Wisconsin and Southern Minnesota, s|re more
apt to be sick than those which have here a
season or two. Let some good surgeon conici
1'Itc BlHtciiiitMoit Family.
Tiils celebrated Family of Singers are com
ing to Warren, and will favor our citizens
with rich musical treat, next Friday evening
1 1 ixr be iri this ])lace, and give a concert oh Friday,
school house, 011 ruesday, Wedlies-
in flip in-
IUVC 1 Oi iU.OU.auv 3 idt, 11 1 T.li in-
terest of the petition for a COimty enjoyed for nearly forty years,[Chicag"o Daily
to say farther than th,tt they will
day and Thursday evenings. I says of this family of v.x-aiists.
It was an evening of thorough artistic en-
JollU Davis, Wa8 011 a trip to Red joyUient,[Toledo (Ohio) Bee.
T?ivpr (i UYmrlnK
ary 7, ISSl. Read wluit the Press
of Asa" .fully maintains the
tin that the family, as singers, have
(}Ulte a number OI Signers. son Family', the edifice being fiited by a large
and audience/ [Winona (Minn.)
are commenting to button-hole the Concert last ev.-ning, and they were few in
(farmers as the come to town. I Hr'^vW "^'-'"i *h*
I r- t-t hall, missed a musical treatotir Uorth gomgmill'sto
J'leilty of tiftlfef C., as we cannot
Mr. A. M-. BfOWli, of Tamarae, Subscribe for the SUKAJ'.
passed through the county seat on! r~~ I
j.lanuary 1st, h'e Stopped to see his Mentzer.
i brother, Professor Brown, while in
the citv, called and. subscribed fori
i ii ci -r TI
i the SHEA F. Come again Mr. Browa'
VOL, 1, NO, e, WAKREN, MARSHALL CGUfTY, MIfflESOTA, JANUARY 5, 188 $2.00 PER YEAR.
welcome was extended to TTufchin-
i Those who rriissed thf? Hutchinson Familv
$""$ *4'-* $*
P^vtak of It has bc goodfortun
iir 1 i i. 1, hear themfulk-a dozen timf's, and we must.
use a self-binder tor a-tH0ntn 01* confess that they fairly oM-did.ilf former ct-
two vet- forts last eveningi[J"llerson Citv, (Mo.) i
Pesidenee to Renb Inrpiire of H. C.
4nd bring your friends with' you^.' e'd to \is will please, call an^ pay npB^^
H w& shuli be ?lad to th^ifc .alfcifete1
it may eoneern.- Hereafter
-"-jTo all whom
ill sell for cash onlj^^H parties indebt-
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We have completed arrangement
with the publishers of the MINNE-
SOTA FARMER whereby We can fur
lusih that paper and the SHEAF a
the extraordinary price of $2.50 per
ioajj.' The Minnesota Farmer is a.
large eight-page paper, containing
forty-eiglit columns, published
monthly, and filled with choice!
reading matter, haying a Btcck,'
Agricultural, Dairy, Sheep and]
W$pl, Poultry and Home depart
meht, with a large amount of mis-'1
cellaneous matter, specially devo-M
ted to the varied interests of the
new northwest. It 'i& a paper
Worthy of the general support and!
pjftronage of the people of this sec-!
tion. Send in your names.
Warren, Dec. 1S80.
FlourNew process flour s^t 00
Standard flour 3 50
XXXX 5 25
Oatmeali cts. per lb. cornmeal 2jcts. per lb.
Feed '.1 40 to 1 50
MeatSalt Pork 11
Hanis 14 i
Butter 25 to 35
Beans 2 50 to 2 75
Apples per bbl 3 00 to 4. 00
Potatoes. 50 to 75
Corn per bu 80
Gats. 45 to 50
Hay .a 00 to 5 00
Wheat A No. 1 68
Brick per .11 00
Wood dry 3 50 to 4 50]
Egg Coal ..12 00
Common per 21 00
Sheathing per 18 00
Stock boards per 45 00
Dimension per 20 00 1
Square-Timber per 22 00
Flooring per 2T 00 to 37 00
Siding per .35.00 to 30 00
Shingles per 2 25 to 3 50 I
1 a-itli per 4* 00 i
Railroad time Table.
St. Paul, Minneapolis & Mani-l
J. H. til.iis, Station Agent. i
Lca\e South. Leave North,
Passenger, 8.80 p. m. Passenger, 1.25 p, m. i
Freight, 12.45 p. in. Freight, 11.00 a.m.'
Leave South. Leave North.
Passenger, 2.57 p. m. Passenger, 2.00 p. m.
.Freight, 12.00 m. Freight, 12.00 m.
Henry Lane, Station Agent.
Leave South. Leave North.
Passenger, 2.80 p. m. Passenger, 2.30 p. in.
Freight, 1L20 a. m, Freight, 1.00 p. in.
J. P. NELSON,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Warren, Marshall Co., Minn,
NOTARY PUBLIC, COUNTY SURVEYOR
IiiMiiraitee a/iid. ftea.1 l3mi-ati.
DEEDED LANDS FOR SALE.
PRAIRIE AND WOOD LANDS,
Choice Lands Selected and
A M- JV R, JE IV
Henry J. Uenmwitz, Prop
Boots and Shoes,
On the East side of Railroad Track, you will always
find -as ready to show you Q-oods, give
you prices, and to sell VQU any
thing you want in
SASH, DOORS AKD BUILDING PAPSB.
M. J. McCan,
The Oldest Inhabitant that Works
on Iron in Marshall County.
WILL MAKE OR REPAIB
Cutters and Sleighs.,
Repairs! Agfiii^i|4l TnT^Braents
Hbr'se' Shoeing a Speblalty.3
General Dealer in
Stoves, Baf Iron,
Steel and Builders* f/lateriali
Agent for the
CELEBRATED MOXITOS 'PLOWS.
1 Everything in Tih^ Iron or Brass,
Ornamental or Practical^ tisu*
ally kept hj the Trade.
Glassware aad laiaps, Paiiats, Oils, &c.,
Ready Mixed Paint.
Hats and Caps,
Dry Goods and Notions,
Grloves and Mittens,
Buffalo Coats, &C-, &ct.
WE "HAVE THE GENUI& SCREW BOOTS AND SHQKS.
CALL AND EXAMINE THEM.
We liave a Tin Shop in connection with our Store. Anything in
the Tinware line made and repairing done neatly and warranted.
Don't forgot the Place:
Corner 1st and Johnson Avenue, Warren, Minn.
lii mi i Mills Papers,
Wood Eave trough,
Half Bound,' Y" Shaped, with
Yard near Railroad1,
ssfeti^^&s&k Warfeii, MinnesoU.