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title: 'Warren sheaf. (Warren, Marshall County, Minn.) 1880-current, March 09, 1881, Image 1',
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MXMHXR OF GONGRK3S.
W. B. Washbtjrn, Minneapolis
pisirict Judge, O. P. Steams, Duluth.
Andrew McCrea, Peruara.
9, G, Comstock., Moorhead.
3mrd Sampson, Crookatun,
John W, Sice,
J. B. Titus.
W. T. Lacker.
A. E. Flint.
J. M. Brown.
J. P. Nelson.
JUgister of Deeds,
Auditor, Treasurer, Sheriff, Attorney,
Ut DistrictA. P. Mclntyre, Warren.
SM DistrictF. D. Xeye, Louisa.
*d DistrictA. Diamond, Stephen^
Religiams services in tie school house every
an4ar at 10.30 a. a
Temperance Society organization meet every
fcrilay evening at the school house.
Jays Taxes for Non-residents.
J. P. Nelson.
fieal Estate. Pays Taxes.
JOHN W. SLEE,
JUDGE OF pROBATg
Jurisdiction in HOMESTEAD and FINAL
Special attention to locating Gov
ernment nd R. R. Lands.
A. E. Johnson & Co.,
^Counselor and Attorney at Law
'WM. BOX, Proprietor.
Headquarters for Marshall County
W. J-. Mclntyre-.
Farrea A Daoiy.
X. W. Sos8tnan\ Johnson-, Allen & Co
H. C-. Meatier
WAGON MAKBR AND JOBBER.
R. O. Snyder.
^Warre House, Mark Stepltffcris, Manner.
T. K. Davisi
M. McCan, C. L. Weber.
TIJf AND HARDWARE.
~t. 9. Ktye, A. D. Verboneenr.
H*lanato it Keret.
Ceore W. Httfcomfe.
JUiTICE OF THE TEAC&
'*HY*ICIAN AND DRt.
^D^. J. LTci.
R. live], S. Cosier.
Wheat Si cents,
8upt. Copeland of the St. P., & M. called
for a moment to*dav
The County Commissioners have
a meeting on or about the loth.
Mr. J. F. Biirritt, "circut.itor" of the .St.
Paul Globe passed through town Wednesday,
Hon. J. B. Nelson has been absent about two.
months, returned Friday. His health is much
Seven Scotch lads, direct from the land)
where they have "as guide mon as ere trod the|
sod," arrived at Euclid to-day.
There will be an actire demand
for clean seed this spring, there i
so much new land ready for a prop.
County Treasurer J. B. Titus put a clean
collar under his hat band and started for that
dulchtnan's paradise,the lager beer fountain
We have received a communica*
tion from one township in the coun
ty, vre would like to hear from thej
J.-C. Benneiritz Esq., returned
to Red Wing for a short time, bat
will return by April 1st and bring
back several families with him.
Settlers throughout the timbered
sections bordering on the Red River
are soenrtng their seasons wood,
and preparing for an early spring.
The Temperance society will
hold their regular meeting next
Friday evening, The play which
they have been rehearsing for the
past three weeks, ia on the pro
President Garfield appointed the following
cabinet: J-.tt. Elaine, Secretary of folate Win.
Windom, Secretary Treasury McVeigh, of
Pennsylvania, Attorney General James, of N.
Y-., Postmaster General .Kirk-wood, of Jowa*
Secretary of Interior Robert Lincoln, Seere
tary of War Win. II. Hunt, of La-., Secretary
Money, to the amount of ^7.", was voted at
the town .in*etlnjr, for a railroad crossing on
the public highway near the depot. This will
enable parties receiving goods to reach the
depot with teams, and do aw*y -\\k\\ all the
laborious put-king across railroad and ditches
so annoying and requiring so much time.
AN BNTHrSIASTfC *OCr RVEHT
AS A COi\DI3IEIXT.
'Vondarcd the I*n IVvleon hj
th Approelatlv* Public, AVar
r*ii start Vicinity, in acltnovrl
ifedgenaent and Ayprccii
ti*n of liis Sttrvicas at
St. **mttft\ Minn.
At the reception given last even
ing, in the parlors and commodious
dinning room of the Warren House,
the pcoplfc of Warren and *urround
ing country seemed to breathe in
the inspiration of the hour, end
gathered *w a body in hone* of the
return of the fclon. J. Nelson,
and in feknowledgeme^% of his
triumphant success in securing ut
the late session legislative action
the interest of Warren end Mar
It must be assented to, by any
Observer, that the body assembled
on this occasion equaled in intelli
gence and bearing *ny gathering
of like numbers in the northwest.
It would surely prove a surprise
to any spectator not familiar with
the character of our immediate set-
VOL. 1. NO. 15. WARREN, MABSHALL OOUffgY, MIMESQTAV MAIliJH 9, 1883
Mr. Bullis, brother of Mrs. II. G.j'him
Stebbcns, arrived oa Tuesday, with
a ear of household effects and stock,
he will have another car or two of
stock here in a few day*.
The dance at the residence of F.
J. Tripps last Friday evening, was
an exceedingly pleaearlt affair. Just
enough were present to have a good
time, and they all had it.
tlemcntjto have witnessed the supj
ior addreas and attractive manner!
of those assembled. And itr'ia'VijjjL
truth, the.mdst -convincing-fact'fop
intelligent families seeking western
homes to cast their lot in this highf
ly favored! locality. V""^'-"^:v.|^
On the subject at issue,our people
tare as a single body and. fulljf
[realize the nececasity of alert, coii
tinuous and united action in the de
fence of their rights and pro pert}*.
And this meeting will convince
the most sceptical, that -Warren is
determined to hold the county seat,
so long as the majority of th voters
of this county say'aye and, in the
language of one speaker: '4The*
county seat is now located, the door
closed, the lock turned and the key
destroyed." In short, the question
ia emphaticly decided" Let it rest,
and give us peace.
After an hour's social chit chat,
the meeting was called to order by:political
i the chairman, Ethan Allen Esq.,
who in a short, well spoken, and
eulojistic speech, in behalf of the
friends of Mr. Nelson, 'iuvited Mr.
1 N to take the platform and tell
bin *'plain unvarnished talc" cf our
most interesting local story.
Ill plain but unmistakable lan
guage he gave the incidents of his
work and our success, he $oH of
the commanding influence in the.
senate of our distinguished state
i senator, and of our obligaiipna to
he thanked our Honorable
legislative members, and paid Mr.
Frank DeMers, of Fisher's a high
compliment for aid rendered con
cluding by summing up the results
The passage of an act detachinf the northern
tier of townships of Polk county and attach
ing same to Marshall county.
An act declaring Warren the county-seat of
One authorizing the county to h,l court at
its own county seat,
,Ow anlhoriziajr the County Conunissioners
to fund the bfidge debt at a low rate of i-
And one giving State aid in th coa?tructfon
of abridge across the Lower Snake river.
With some general legislation of interest to
All of this has been secur$, mahilr by Mr.
Nelson's large experience in and knowlidge of
After the speech making the tables were
spread with a delicious repast to which some
two hundred 'handsome ladies and brave men1
did double honors. This part of the pro
gramme was followed by appropriate toasts,
with replies by Rev. Flint, Smith, George
McCrec and otherr. The pleasures of the oc
1 caeion was greatly enhansed by charming
voen'l and instrumental music.
Then dosed one of the most evtntful *ven
incs in the-history of our sprightly village.'
Alihough our town is in the first flush.of set
tlemant, eearce'ly two yetirs old, tli.is asseml1y
gave promise of its social and pol.tical iuiln
ence in the future. A promise verified in the
bright ryes, fail com] "lections, and the robust
hcuUh of its maids and matrons, the vigor, in
tell.gencc and Sjlen.Ud physicpics ot its men,
in the prime of life,hopeful and deliant.
A painful and annoying accideut occured on
Saturday to Mr* Chanson^' She had taken
her seat in a cutter, with Mr* II. G. Stebbins
for a ride, when, one runner of the cutter
broke through the crust of the snow and it
was capsized, the horse ran awaydraging MTP.
S., some distance by the lines. In the over
throw Mrc. C, had her ancle brad'ly sprained
aud it will be gfcvera'l weeks before he ean
Come to Marshall county, on of
finest counti-s ia Northern Minne
sota, and when yon arrive in the
county, stop at the county seat,
which is Warren, and you will iGnd
gentlemen here ready to give you all
the information you may wish to
know in regard to any business
and if you are looking fbf land can
find you seme of the bett in the
county. Come to Marshall county
the garden of the lied River Val
ley, and you will never regret it.
Idoaey to Lsm
On improved farms. Long -time
and at reasonable rates.
H. C. MEXTZEO.
The columns of a paper are the
publishers stock in trade, and ths
parties who ask to use them for
iheir special benefit must expect to
pay for the same. Every publis
spirited cititzsn of a-place should
have a pride in seeing his. town and
surroundings improved every new
house, every road, every new man
ufacturing establishment erected,
every. new business? opened, en
hances the value of property in our
midst. Every reflecting mind
knows this to be'true, and it should
lioi be forgotten that the local
newspaper adds much to the gener
al wealth and prosperity of the
placio, as well as increases the repu
tation of the town abroad. It ben
efits all who have business in the
place enhances the value of prop
erty, besides being a desirable pub
lic convenience, even if not con
ducted in the interests of the ruling
power. It increases trade
it cautions imposition, it saves
you from loss, it warns you of dan
ger, it points out different advan
tages, and increases your profits.
The local press is the power that
moves the people therefore sup
port it by advertising in it liberally
subscribing for it, and paying for
^lonrNkW process flour a
Ess Coal 00
Common per 81 00
Sheathing per 18 CO
Stock boards per .4S 00
Dimension per It) 00
Square Timber per ,..i% 00
flooring per M. %1 00 to S7 00
Siding per S5 00 to JO 00
Shinies per S 25 to S 50
Lath per if. 4 GO
J. P. NELSON,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Warren, Marshall Co., Mittn*
NOTARY PUBLIC, COUNTY"ScariToa
Xii*vit"aivc and JReal.l3.'iit5ito.
DEEDED LANDS FOR SALE.
PRAIRIE AND WOOD LANDS.
Choice ka&dte Selected and-
STATE OF MINNESOTA,
COUXTT Or MAKSH.tJLL. $
In Probate Court,
Special Term F*-b. 10, 1 $81.
In the mutter of the Estate of Hugh C.
Letters of Administration on the estate of
said deceased being grunted unto Alferd Dia
mond of said County.
IT is ORbEKftb, that ah claims and demands
of all persona against *aid estate be presented
to tins Court for examination and heading, at
the Probate Office-, in Warren on the following
'4rie iiffet 3lndar ot ^larcli, April,
and Stay next.
It is FVKTHTCR OUDEKK, that three months
from the date hereof be allowed to creditors to
present their ekims against said estate, at the
expiration of which time all claims not pre
sented to said Court, or not proven to its satis
faction, shall be forever 'baned, unless for
cane shown further time be all ted.
OniiEKEn further, that said A1red Diamond
a aforesaid, fhal cause notice of the tint's and
pl.iee of he.-tring and ertmination of said tUims
and demands, by puLlishlnp a notice thereof
for four weeks successive! v, in the WAHREX
SKKAF a newgpnper printed and published at
tN^rren in said Countv.
Bat\5d February 10th 16SI.
By the Court,
i*l6 JOBV TV. SLEB,
Judge of Probi'te.
Boots and Shoes,
Oatmeal-i el*, per lb. cornmtal Sjcts. per lb,
MeatSalt Pork 13
Shoulders Butter. ,ste to *8
Apples per bbl .15 00 to 4 00
\Corn per bit.
Wljeat A No
50to 75 50
3 00 to 5 GO
.11SOO S 50to 4 O
Don't forget the Place:'
On tho East side of Railroad Track, ycu. will alw. yp
find us ready to show you'Goods, -giy$
you prices, and to sell you any*
thing you want in
SASH, DOORS AND BUILDING! PAFIE.
ReaJy Wxti Paini
Hats and Caps,
Dry Goods and Notions,
Corner 1st and Johnson Avenus,
Railroad Timo Tabi3(
St. Paul, Minneapolis & Mani
General Dealer in
Stovss, Bar iron,
Steel and Builders'. Material.
A:ent for ths
CELEBRATED MOKITOR PLOWS.
Everything in Tic, Iron or Brass,
Ornamental or Practical, usu
ally-krfpt by the Trade.
Gloves and Mittens,
WE HAVE THE GENUINE SCREW BOOTS AND SHOES,
CALL AND EXAMINE THEM.
We kav a Tin Shop in connection with our Store. Anything ifi
the Tin war* iiae made and repairing done neatly and 'warranted.
J. B-. Titiis-, tVHUm A-ent-.
Leave Sou'tli. Leave N^Md:h%
Passenger, 3.30.p. m. PaftVefl^er, Lxfi m%
Freight, .12.45 p. m. Frt-i^lrt-, 11.00 n'K
Leave. South. Leave North-.
Passenger, 2.57 m. PasScft^cr, 2.00 p. m.
Freight, 12.00 m. Fieighty 12.00 in.
Henry Lane, Station A*nt.
Leave South. Leave North,
Passenger, 2.30 p. in." Passenger, 2.?.0 p. m-.
Freight, ll.20a.ro. Frcijflit, 1.00 p.m.
$2,00 rER YEAE.
r^m a a
kery, Glassware and Lamps, f&\rA% Gils,
Bufialo Coats, &c-, &.
&WW} mm i*ulnlffYj
Fine Watch Repairing Can
fully Done and Guaranteed,
The Fanmis ftociford Movement are
'Our especial Stock.
This i's i'b'e elimination f Mefijani*t la
jjen^ity ih Walclie.,.
They are cheaper, better bene* more aecw
rate anA durable than any other yet invented
Alfirpr and Well a^iected tock of
Clocks from $2 up to fancy pricoe.
A practical Watchmaker myself,! guran!e
::11 rnaSriul soli as represented. And all work
.-undertaken as perfect as can bt done.
Wat'.-hes or goods for repair ean be left at
the SKKAF Ofiice in Warren.
FishEros'. & Milburri Wagtmsy
Deere Monitor Plows,
McOpriuick Twins and Wire
Binders, Harvesters and
J, I. Case Engines and