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j^tfisf.tfudfss, "p.'P. "Steams, Duluth.
I fi: P^Wt ^rhead.
sjqbn W. Slee.
J. B. Titos.
T. Jii. Brown.
ij. Fj JJel'qon
1st DistrjcfcrA. P, Mplntyrp, Warren.
fid pjstrjcjer^.. j^mqnd, Stephen!
MI*toMr7r!*" in \,U schpol hqags every
f^daY $ 1\ a, m,, and 4 7:39 p. m.
Tn|pej^nce S.qcjety qrganijatjqn meet every
ar foS WtyW.l WW*
9 B, kelson,
JOHN W. SLEE,
JUDQE OF pRQBATT?
JH?l4rt!fl HQMJISTEAD and FINAL
gjtgeiii} attention, to locating Grpy-
A, B. Johnsou & Ooi
ft INROAD LAND,
Qowmlor and Attorney at Law
ffM. BOX, Proprietor.
ffwdquoirttrs for Marshall County
]i, T, Mclntyre,
E. W. RciimnH, Johnson, Allen A Ca.
H. C, Meatier
WA05 MAKER AND J0I1IR.
R. C, Snyder.
Warren Home, Mark Stephens, Maaager.
T. R. Davis.
H. MC*a, C. L. Weber.
TIN AND HARDWARE.
T. B*. Keye, A. D. Verbeaeaar.
Holeomb A Kevei.
George W. Holcouaa.
JX7STICE OF THE rSACX.
7HYSI01AN AND DRUM.
Dr. f. LaFaad.
R. Kival, S. Coaaar.
Wheat 80 cents.
Mud a}l gone.
Batheu breezy to-day.
Wjld fowl ar$ plentiful.
Windy this afternoon.
James ^ttwart fvants a cook.
The slough in
TV 15 ^T.
Ju^ge Ntlspn has another ten,
and is happy.
County AttQmw Flint reupnd
Ths passenger trave,! |s simply
Look qut for the opening in Mc
Cri?a Bros' aew store.
F. D. K#ye was a passenger on
the train north Monday.
Marshall county is musical with
the busy hum of many seeders.
Judge Slee moved J. B. Titus'
dwelling in a most expeditious man
McCannis making a number of
fish spears for lovers of the art pis
Titus & Whitney hare just recei
ved a large assortment of new pat
tern wall paper.
Philip Empy returned to Dundas,
this week. He was much pleased
with this section.
D. P. McLaurin of Grand Forks
was in town this week, looking over
his interests in this section.
Mr. John Titus, of Fayette coun
ty, Iowa, is in town, and will be
A. P. J^TcInty^ returned to-(Jay.
Wapn towi} Jots ar* selling
Our pegt-o^pe is crowded with
religious services, next
Bennewitz is 4pJng*a "strapping"
New supply pf building paper at
Col. Allen is visiting in St. Paul.
He has got in so many new goods
that we have had to again promote energy, and will be a valuable ad
Mr. March of the Marsh-Spauld
ing farm, is in town. He arrived
on Monday, and is busy superin
tending his bonanza.
A. C. Shattuck visited Warren
this week, and among other things
received several large orders for
wmm mmMi mm%
Superin( pndant ppelgud ipas pp
this way last Friday.'
Re^fl E. F. Mcln|:yre*s ajlvcistjse
ment. Ife. ^i|l g-ivg you j'cjipps"
at anjr hpur.
Mr. and Mrs. ^chouwejler have
The St. Vjncent Jferald qomas. to
us regularly every week, an4 $ ig a
pleasure to read it. ^he paper js
Martha Stevens, has arrivej
frp,miss St Paul, anj will assume
charge of the culinary department
The la^nd officers ai Crookston
hsye all the business they can at
tiend to. A large number of entri
es are being made this spring.
Slee Bro's are fitting up their big
sfcore in fine style, and we expect
tjisy will tell the folks all about it
in this paper in a little while-
County Auditor Taylor was cir
cling around here this week. Mr.
Taylor says things are mixed up in
his department, and the SHEAIT
agrees with him.
Send in your orders for the de
scription of Marshall county to be
published in this paper in a few
weeks,^ We shall only print just
Land offiee business must be paid
for in advance. We have lost pub
lication fees in several instances by
the withdrawal of the parties and
it is getting monotonous.
J. B. Titus smiles his wife and
family have returned from an ex
tended visit to Oakfield, Wisconsin.
They are stopping with Landlord
Stevens until their house is ready
S. R. Nettleton, of Glyndon, was
looking over Warren to-day, in the
interest of the best paper in the
uorthwest the Minneapolis daily
Tribune. He gave us a call as we
were going to press.
J. C. Bennewitz is back from
Red Wing again. He will open a
lumber yard at Argyle. Mr. Ben
newitz has the necessary vi_ man
dition to the business men of Ar
A party of seventeen emigrants
a thorough Warrenite, ere from Germany arrived here on Sat
urday. They were hired in Castle
Garden, Nr York, to work on the ^^"3~
March-Spaulding farm. Marshall
Another of Mr. Cook'slittle chil
dren is sick with diphtheria, but at county is glad to receive just such
this writing seems to be a trifle im- additions.
Gilbert & Co. will have to build away behind
another addition to accomodate
their incoming groceries, provisions tonites have is the Chronicle
and clothing. Cook is playing out physically he
was a mental wreck when he was
at Audubon, years ago.
installed on Jfhn'g claim. Hovip ^hisg
Frank A Murray is selling lots ^siting his pother
of ho^es. (Jail an4 ge h|s large
supply. A. lot of extra heq,vy pnes
the times, and the
only organ of news that the Crooks-
The first thunder of the season
was heard this afternoon. Now,
instead of being frozen to death, we
shall hear of people being struck
by lightning. The day of the rod
vendor draweth nigh, and it be
hoves all to beware of^im.
Mark Stevens wear? a joyful anjile
Gone ia his frowning look
jolly qgw an/} puts on'gtyle
Since he received lii cook.
lljoYr are your bumps?.
Thpre is sgrapthing rpmqckable }p the man:
n%T in which that bright and newey little, daily,
th Fargo Republican at tuia pUce.,itr %ink the Doctqijjjeiyea aijoiii look afte
Wabasha, was iq town to-day.
Readjhe racy letter from '(Warren" on our
Thp fjrst.mosquitqis hare appeared, aud E.
W, Rossman has screen doors jpu sale.
Profssor Morris, the eminent phrenologist,
has bc#n hprc and delivered a lecture. He will
re-appear on Saturday night and will explain
prijlte^ jll gpod S|yle, a master. He examined a number of heads
in Warren, and gave charts accordinglj-. The
M- .i a. i 3 professor is worthy of patronage, and we in-
fy. study of wjiiph ho is so eminently
cpanimn ex at
next opportunityr. We eliouLbamine(1have
SCHOUWKILEK-BERSTBUM,In Crookston, on
Wednesday, April 27, by Rev. Mr. Barteau,
Mr. John G. Schouweiler to Miss Minnie
Berstrum, all of Warren.
It seems to. us as if Johnny had Stolen a big
march on the boys, but they are willing to
forgive and forget, and all unite in wishing
the happy couple a prosperous future.
-A-Pri 28, of diphtheria,
Fred Albert, oldest son of Joseph B. and
Eliza A. Cook, aged 15 years and seven
CooK,^In Warren, April 30, of diphtheria,
John Manley Cook, aged five years and nine
months ion of the. same parents,:
COOK,In Warren, May 1, of diphtheria, Li
da Maria Cook, aged eight years and two
months daughter of the same parents.
COOK.Ia Warren, May 3, of diphtheria, i$m-
ma Jane Cook, aged six years and eight
months daughter of the same parents.
It has not been our duty to record so tad an
occurrence for many years, and while we bow
in foreed humility to the decrees of a divine
providence, and murmur with quivering lips,
"Hedoeth all things well," away down in the
innermost heait of man rises up the question,
"why doth He so sorely afflict the children of
men?" "Yet, after all, it may be best," says
a great orator of our time, and with these
scanty words of comfort we are forced to
launch our dead on the bosom of the great
heaving ocean of eternity, and give their gui
dance into the hands of the master pilot, who
will, we are taught, lead them to where the
waters of comfort are to be found.
The first death was after an ilness of nine
days, and the'others in rapid succession, after
short illnesses of four, five and eight days in
the order given above. The funerals took
place on Friday and 8aturday of last week and
Sunday and Tuesday of this week. The place
of interment is probably a temporary one, and
when the cemetery committee have decided on
and arranged for a permanent site, the bodies
wil be removed.
Mr. and Mrs. Cook have been residents of
this state for .fourteen years, living first at
Blue Earth City, and latterly at Dundas. They
moved into our fair county of Marshall about
three weeks ago, and now they are called upon
to monrn tho loss of four of their little ones.
Words of condolence would be almost useless,
yet the SRKAP assures the bereaved parents
that the people of Warren sympathise with
them in their dire affliction.
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