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VOL 1, HO, ?o.
MEMBER F OOXCIIESS.
"W. D, Washburn Minneapolis
District Judge," O. P. Stearns, Dwluth.
Andrew Mc-Crea, Perhutn.
3- Q. Comstbelc, Moorhead.
Burnerd 8ajop3on, Crooltston.
Probsts Judge, John W\ Slee.
fcsgiaier of Deeds, Thos, Crtgcg.
Auditor, O. Tayl-r.
Treasurer, .7. B. Titus.
Sheriff, TT. T. Lacfcev.
.Attorney, ,T A. E. Flint.
School Superintendent, J, M. Brown.
C'orwner, Win, C-trrese,
.1st DistrictA. T. KclHtj.Vef Warren
Sd Diatriet-^IT. D. Keye, Louis
fcADisiidetAk I)iaonU Stephen.
"ReUgtoas service* in the school lionsc erery
5pwa.ly at 11 *u ra., atxd at 7:20 p. m.
Tempcrsnofl Soci.tj organization meet every
fri lay vHiae at ths school home.
Pays Taxes for Non-resideiits,
J. P. Ue\e6n9
'X* O 3X IV. 33
^?a/ Estate.. Pays faxes.
JOHN W, SLEE,
JUDGE OF pKOBATji
Jariidictioa in H0MK3TEAD and FINAL
Special attention, to locating Gov
emmint aiid E. R. Lands,
A. S. Johnson & .G
Counselor and Attorney at Law
.WM. BOX, Proprietor.:
Headquarters for Marshall Cbunt.
"VT. J. Mclntjre".'1
larren & Dady.
TS. W. So*m.B, Johnson, AHea fe Co.
H. C. Mentxer
"VTAftO^ MAKER AND JOBBER.
R. C. Snjer.
W*rrn H^i, Mark StepkenSj Manajtr.
T. R. Dari^
M. 9. McCan, C. L. Webir.
TIN AND HARDWARE.
F. S &ej, A. D. Verboniawn
Kolc3a"* & Karel.
fteorsc W. Kolcoml.
4 BAL MACHI2?EUr.
F D. Kyt.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
HftTSICIAN AND DHUGS.
Dr. J". Lal'eni.
S. Kirel, S. COBUOT.
Wl^eflt- 80 cents.
Hon. A. McCyea -was in towii this
Head the financial statement of
Marshall county, published else
F. L. Murry received another lot
of flne farm horses this week. Call
mrl see them.
,H. J. Bennewitz the harnes?
maker will erect a barn in the rear
of his residence size, 16x18.
The board of county commission
ers will hold a special- meeting on
Tuesday, the nineteenth inst.
Mr. Iverson of Goodhue county
will settle kete about the last oi
April and will engage in the boot
ind shoe business.
McCrea Bros, are 'buildingon the
lot adjoining their present store a
structure, 22x48 feet, oiie story, to
be used for store purposes.
TV. J. Melntyre has sold out hi^
meat market to his brother E'd who
-,TH1 continue the business. Wil
j'oes to Dakota, and his family fol
off him in a short time.
Duncan Melntyre, has gone t..
vvork for M. 4. MeCan in his black
anith shop, and e4n be found there
any time in the day to attend tr
he wants of Mike's many cus
E. W. Rossmaii has bean rushing
.If leather and building materia
t a lively rate for the past week'
ad he has five or six carloads cf
'umber on the way here at tin
present tiiae, and more -co follow
E. J. Keyem, late with Johnson
lllen & Co., will now be found be
Jnd Gilbert, Ciawson & Go's coun
er. He is good salesman and tin
ibore firm were fortunate in secur
ng his services.
M. J. McCan bought the build
Ing that stood in the rear of R. C.
.Snyder's carpenter shop, and moved
it on the lot near liossman's lum-.
ber office, and repaired'and fixed i
.tp, it is for rent or laic.
A piece of sidewalk is needec
very much, across the street be
tween Judge Nelson's office atMl the
Warren House, also between tin
"ormer-place and the meat market.
They are'some of the most ineed^ci
i nprovements in our fine little city.
.Among the late arrivals is John
^chouvveiler, and he brings witl
dim. stock he intends' to farm
.his siunnler. He had quite
nemigerie ill the car, a ikztik o:'
horses, six cows, an assortment of
2uickens, geese, ducks and turkeys
liso.three dogs, a new breed foi
It is rumored that a change is it
/take place,in the management (f
the affairs at the depot. Mr. J. B.
Titus is about to tasi^ii, and Mr...
J. S. Brigjjs, who ha? been his val
utble assistant, takes his place.
The eniange will take phice asUoon
as the traveling auditor cdnies and
aquares up accounts
ATcCrca Bro's., hare cohstructed
a sidewalk from V.itir store jfco the
railroad track, so tliat people can
get from the west to the east side
of town. It is a good movci now
let us have one along the east s-idi
of First strtet, fro*n Menlzer's Ag
ricultural implement warhouse to
Ed. Slee'S ntew store.
The piling is on the ground for a
30,000 bushel elerator, also part of
the.lumber, which will be buil/fc a
short distance south, of the depot
by W..H." Gilbert Bro. The.
building will be 100. feet in length
by 30 feet in width and ^0. feet in
height. Work on the same will be
commenced as soon as the frost is
out of the ground enough to enable
them to set the piles for a solid
Mark Sts-'ehs, who has so suc^
cessfully managed our hotel and
eating house for the year past, will
run it the coming summer as. lessee.
This hotel bas been ably conducted
luring the past year and we 'pre
dict a most successful career during
the ensuing scasou under the new
management. Before another is
sue of our paper Mr. Chanson will,
have departed, and we can safely
say no one will prove a heavier los*
to our community than he and his
most charming family.
J. C. Bennewitz of Red Wing ir
again with us, and with him came
several families who will locate in
Marshall county, and in the south
ern part of it near Warren. And
there are many more to arrive -as.
soon as he can make arrangements':
for their location. Bring them all
Marshall county can hold them, and
ivhen we can not find places foi"
"hem iu the county as it now is we
vill look for them in the adjoining
v-ier of towns (which will next fail
belong to and form part of Mar
shall county), in Polk county.,- \\*4
Mr. W, TV.' Wright an old settle
md one of the pioneers of Tamarac
iver was found dead in his cabin
seven miles north-east of Stephen
station, last week. He lived on a
:hiim, in a small claim shanty, in
i.he itimber near the river, with ncii
ither companion than a dog. 'Tho
drst that was known of hit
leath was the fact of his dog com
ng to town with the chain and ii
portion of the stake to which h(
\vns tied/attached to him, and whei
jarties went out to his shanty they
t'ound him as above described. H.
".tad quite a large supply of prqvis
ions on hand and did not die of
starvation as was supposed, bui
orobably of old age. An inquest
vill beheld by the coroner as soon
-It may not. be generally known
-hat nearlV all the western states
territories and railway corporations
have immigration agents, of difier
mt nationalities, located at New
fork city and oth^r points of entry
.'or the thousands o? emigrants wh(
ire seeking homes in the new world
N"ow, the nuinber of new comers
from Germany and German speak
ng provinces is. rapidly increasing:
md makes up a large proportion oi
he sum total of arrivals fri3in aiJ
sources. What this section need*
a tjjorougly posted and practical
jrerman immigration agent, located
Castle Garden, New York dity,
rvhose duty it would be to tell to
lis fellow countryfolk' what rich
inducements this section has to of
fer in the way of, the best farming
ands, to be had from the railroad
iompany or government for almost
lothing. The Germans are good
citizens, and it would hot be 8,miss
in the residents of Marshall county
to take some united action that will
tend to secure such new comers.
With this issue we step cut of the
management of the SHEAF, and Mr.
Chas. C. Brown, late of the Grand
Forks Plaindealer, takes our place.
We recommend Mr. Brown to our
friends, aud think .lie will fill the
bill. He will receive and receipt
for all the small isUm* of $2 or less
that you wish to pay for the best
and bnly paper published in Mar
shall csuiity, at Warren the county
seat, W. W. GILBEKT,
WABRBN, MAESHALL COUNTY, MINNESOTA, APRIL 13, 1881.
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FlourNc-vr procaaa flour
'Heed M?fttStilt Por.kper
Apples per obi...
Potatoes Corn per bu
.YYlieat A No. 1..
Standard flour S 50
Onttneal 4 tts lb^ cbrtyaeal Sicta.'psr lb.
V.~'.'. :'A'.\ tS
a SO to 2 75
....3 00to i('fx
50 to 7:
...3 50 to 4 50
.23 00 to 3S 00
.M 00 to 2S 00
So to 3 25
Sheathing per M.........
Stock boarcU per
Square Timber per
Flooring per M.
J. P. NELSON,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Warren, Marshall Co,, Minn,
NOTARY PUBLIC,. COUNTY SCBYETOE
Xuiiir^nop ma R&&1 J3*tate.
DEEDED LANDS FOR SALE.
PRAIRIE ANB WOOD LANDS.
Choice Laiids Sgi*etd aid
Choice Liquors and Cigars
English Me and Porter,
Bottled Beer and Wines
A Gentlemen's Place oi Resort
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Farm for sale, only a hort ditanc from
town! For further particular* call or writs to
The recent appointment of t.
Clerk of the District Court, for Mar
dial! county, giyes pre-empton
ant! homsteadri local facilities for
ecuring homesteads and making
final proofs. Hereafter, J. P. Ncl
ion, the clerk of the District Couri
for this conuty, by authority .ves
ted in his office, can Ukfe Epplica
tions for or final proofs in borne
stead and pre-emption claims, ai
his office in this placie, excepting
when, the District Court is in ses
sion, when the presiding judge trill
ii open court, take fiiial proofs.
Aliens who wish to become citi
zens of the United States, as they
inust before taking, government
land, will go before the same offi
cial, take the oath of allegience
and receive naturalization papers.
He alone can issue marriage li
cense fbf this county.
$2.00 rER YEAE.
sJ.a.a-^hi'.nn ..^.i.. Mlf
E. M. Walsh,
General Dealer ia
Stoves, Bar Iron,
Steel and Builders' Materia!*
Agent for the
CBLEBHATEB Mo&rtos PLOWS,
Everything in Tlu, If oft- or Brass*
Ornamental or.Practical, usu
ally "kept by "ijie.Trade.
Fine Wateh Repairing Care
fully Done and Guaranteed,
The Famous Bedford Movement are
our sspecial Stotk.
This is the culmination of Mechauitat la*
genuity la WAtchts.
they are cheaper, Wsltcr heuw more aeati
rata and -da-rahki-haojia-j- .olkm^l -..ia.wntiv.
A large artd Wil delected Wek f
Clocks from$$2 up tefsneyprices.
A practical Vvratenrmdier aivstlf, I jrnsraiil^
:11 mafirial sold as represented. And all wrjj
undertaken as perfaet as can be done.
pitches or ..ffoods for repair can 'oe Wit at
the SHEAF Ofiice iu Warrca
On improTed^farras obg time
and at reasonable rates.
H. C. MESMWS.
Farmers dfsiring a Triumph Sasder for l&v
?\n have the same of W. Hs Gilbert at W'arrta'
IL C, SNYDER,
Wagong, Sleighs and Cutters
MADE TO ORDER.
Jobber and Repairer
Mattresses and Spring Beds
Neck Yokes and Whifnetreks Iroael
Keady for Uw.
Anything wanted in Wood done oil
Wheelbarrows For Sale.
Deto & Monitor Plows*
McCprmick Twine and
Binders, Harvesters and
J, I. Case Engines and