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VOIi, 1, HO. 16,
MBMKKK OF CCJXSItESS.
W. B. Washburn, Minneapolis
j&istriet Judge, O'. P. Stearns, Duluth.
Andrew McCrea, ,I?erh:im.
fL. 8 Comstoek, Moorhead.
fiarnerd Sampson, Crookijton.
Probate Judjre, John W, S|ee.
Agister oi' Desas, Thos. Cregg.
Auditor, 0 Taylor.
Treasurer, J. B, Titus.
*heriff, W. T, Lackey.
Attorney, A.'E. Flint.
'School Superintendcr.t, J. M, Brown.
iOeroner, Wra, Carrese.
^nrvtyar, J. P. Nelson.
1st DistrictA. P. Mclutyre, Warren.
_M DistrictF. D. Keyc, Louisa.
M DistrictA. Diamond, Stephen.
Religions services in the school house every
jSunilay at 10.30 a. in.
Temperance Society organization meet every
jjTriiay evening at the school house.
pays Taxes for Non-residents,
P.oFfle.son,. r.r K, p* E
W. J. Mclntyr*.
Fa rre a & Dady.
35. AT. Rossmin, Johnson, Allen fe Co.
H. C. Mentxer
WACkOS MAKER AN JOBBER.
R. C. Snyder.
'Warren House, Mark Stephens, Manager.
T. R. Davis.
M. MeCiii, C. L. Weber.
TIN AND HARDWARE.
T. D. Keys, A. D. VerVisneour.
HolcoHtb fc level.
Heorge- W.. Holcomh.
JUSTICE OF TH E PIACZ.
FHTMOIAN AND DRUGS.
Dr. J*. LaFoni.
B,. Kiyel, S. Caaaer.
\J ftdMrri^^^^ SJ
JOHN W. SLEE,
JUDGE O pROBATJP"'
Jurisdiction in HOMESTEAD and FINAL
Special attention to locating Gov
ernment and R. II. Lands.
A. E. Johnson & Co.,
RAILRO AD LAS^ID.
P. A, DUrOUR,
Counselor and Attorney at Law
WM. BOX, proprietor.
Jle&dquarters for Marshall County
Wheat 39 cents.
The Connfy GommissiqnQvs are n i? gos
A, No. I., pat'kwlbuit*r at Mi'Crea Bro's.,
price 25 cents per pound.
The sale ataldo is linished, and v.v. Murry
with his occupants are iooked'for everyday.
^Irp. Chanson, who was so severely hurt
short time since, is steadily improving, and it
is hoptd will be out in a short time.
"St. Patrick's day in the morning:,'3
row iB the day, for "the weo.ring of the green."
That is St. Patrick's day Maseh 17th.
Town 154 range 47 in Polk county lias Iwcii
named and will hereafter be known as Brislet.
Names must be scarce. What will be next?
H. G. Stebbens and family, who have for
the past few week, been stopping in tow,
rturned to their sulurban resmence, the early
part of the week,
Mr. Dewey Rass son of one of our Justices
of the Peace., Mr, E. R. Ross, returned on
Tuesday, to be here a short time, he reports
plenty of &now in the southern part of the
Mrs. Rosa Defoe nee Chanson, is now on a
short visit to her parents at the Warren House.
She arrived last week and will remain about
three weeks. Her many friends welcome her
Charley Menzle, mine host of the Men .l
House of Middle River, passed down to Red
Wmg and Lake City, to buy horses for the
comhic summer's work, he will bring up a
ear of horr**, and is expected to return in a
week or two.
.Mr M. Twiford, who was here a short time
ago looking for a location, writes to partic*
fiere that he will arrive in a few days, and put
up a building about 22x40, to be used exclu
sively for hardware, stoves, and tinware.
They come and "still there is moretofoiloAV."
Hon. J. P. Xel.-son lws been appointed Clerk
of Court for Marshall county, and now all yon
young men who contem]date entering a life
partnership, can signify your intention of so
dome, without going.down to Crookaton for
Our genial P. M., Ethan Allen Esq., is airay
on a short yisit, he Said to Crookston, but we
understand thit it is a short distance, farther,
as he had a bundle of furs under his arm, and
tbfy were marked for St. Paul. He may bring
Mrs. A., back with him when he returns.
Mr. Bull brotlier-iii-l.iw of H, O, Stebbens
received a ear of lumber on Monday, and has
two more on the way, which will be here in a
short time. He intends building a houe on
his cliim near town. Mr. T. R. Davis has the
contract, the size of house we did not learn.
Messrs. Swanson., and II. B. Imsdihl
from the lower Snake, were in attendance at
the county commissioners meeting with a pe
tition for bridpc oyer that stream between
town 155 and 15C. They got their request, and
returned as they came on snow shoes, which
is vciy good now.
Everyone is repairing and fixintr up their
houses, this spring, and are expecting all their
relations "and their cousins and their aunts."
Let them come, Marshall county is Urge
enough to hold them all and room to spare.
Come to Warren the county seat of Marshall
county, and one of the finest towns on the
line of this road.
Wm. Reep, a No. 1, harness maker arrive!
yesterday, and will at on-te take a bench in the
shop of TT..T.Bcnncwttz, with this help Mr. E.,
will enabll him to turn out harness for all the
teams in Marshall and adjoining counties.
Come and see the speeiracn6 of work he now
has hangintr in his shop, any thine in the har
ness or saddlery line he can do it for you.
Car loads of stock and emigrant effects pass
through every day now bound for Manitoba.
N-^xt summer they will be coming back to
settled at Warren. Why not stop here, and
save all the neccessary expense of goine up
and coming back. There is no better place in
the Red River valley to procure a home than
In Marshall county and Warren.
There i* considerable complaint
being m?.de by thfe settlers on the
lower Snake river, in r.-vjsrd to tha
cutting of the timber along that
stream, and if it continues for a
year or two, the settlers on tho
prairie will suffer for fuel. It
should be stopped, and we are in
formed that the parties who are
cutting it have no authority to do
~~HII Ml iM'HMHliM llll'^tF""
II. C. Mcntzer, tfcc boas machine man in
Marshal county, h&s justreeeived a car of
those fine seeder*} the Superior, and is now
frusilj engaged in setting them up and taking
.orders for them and more. He al.^o received
a number of A No. 1, bay rakcp, Leave your
order JW'W with him for either of the above
machines, or for a mower, reaper or stli'-bin-
de'r so that when th? time comes to use either
he will have them on hand for you.
Tha Czar of Russia was assinfit
ed on Sunday March' 13th, killed
by the explosion of a jiito-^Iyc'er^ne
Vomb, whiclj. yas thrown sit lum
While returning ^o h^castM from!-^
a rerieir of his soldiers, ho lived
but a f*w picments after the s
ed thei.r voices- blending as i.f. it/I
were only one person delivering the
piece, "The psalm of Life.'' The
la.st dialogue, "A scene in a rail
way station,'' was given by request,
having been acted at the last school
Supervisors, 0. Barker, chr'n, A.
D. Verboncour,Poter Jarvis Clerk
W. R. Hayes Treasurer, A. D.
Verbomiour Assessor, U. L. Craig
Justice, Geo. Peck Constables,
Frank Rumrnoh, West Humphry.
Supervisors, Alfred Diamond,
jchairinan, Dennis Hanna, A. Bi.
i Clerk, W. S. Campbell.
Treasurer, O. Ishatu.
Assessor, A. M. Brown.
Justices, Dennis Hanna, James
I Constables, Henry McCulock, R.
Superrisors, Frank J. Ml, Ph*'n ^Tf1'^a
WARREN, MARSHALL COUNTiMiMSS0TA MAlien i6, 1881,
Now a good phj-sician, also a
(good boot and shoe maker are ganized under this name. It was
waited to make a full business rep
i sent&tion in our midst. "We now
have two lumber yards, throe geri- S %*9 the only one who inade any
era! stores, and another contem- ifiiproTctnents. In the spring of
plated, two blacksmith and wagon HB'79, a few more claims were taken
maker shops one each of machinery aiid some breaking done, but no
ATarehcuse, hotel, saioon, harness crops were raised except a few pota-
shop, printing oilice, meat market. [^oe?. The spring of 1880, the re-
cabinet maker, painter, 3ale stable, mainder of the settlement nan
two attorneys, three land agents i Piade? consisting of some twenty-
j'and six or eight carpenters, and
i there will be built in a short time a
drug store, hardware store and a.vwas
mill, the latter Ave understand will
I be built this summer.
I As per notice in a late issue of the
SHEAF, the Temperance society
met at the school housa. The pro
gramme being a good one, the
house, was crow.de$ many -haying
to stand in the aisles. The dia
logue, !'Don't marry a man to re
form him," was well rendered, ground is in good condition for a
Each acting their part to the satis-
and playing by Mr. and Mr3. BroAvn!
and Messrs. Whitney /and Brig
was good and received many com-i_,
xVpplesperbbL...., Potntoee. Pei"
ren has as good talent as any town g^XS'r
en this line of railroad without ex- stek board* per M.
The following officers were elect
ed last Tuesday, at the elections
held in the different organized
townships of the county:
Supervisors, E. W. Rossraaifn,
chr'n, W. H. Gilbtrt, P. Dalquist
Clerk, Geo.. H. McCrca: Treasurer,
T.R.Craig Aasessor, Wm.Peachy
Justices, J. B. Titus, short term,
E. R, Ross, long term Constables
H. J. Bennewitz, Goo. Elliott.
exhibition: it was received ipith Hay.".'.".".".','."'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.".'.'.'.'.','
hearty applause, and those taking} JJi'ek pw
part personified their parts to per- Wood dry-.
fection, .and we must yay that War-
'M. German, John Nelson.
Clerk', F. J. Tripp.
Treasurer, Robert Krawzcr.
A-ssessor, Mikff Leslie.
J^istiGes, Peter Reci A. W
Constables. Theo. Bender, Gus
'The following communication
-w^ handed us, hy on of the sub
stantial farmers in that town, it is
to a request of otjji for
short sketch of each township in
Town 155, range i6, recently or-
fcr3t settled in the spring of 1878,
by a few germans, but Peter Reet?
fife homestead and pre-emption,
and twelye tree claims. Last year
the first crop that wag raised,
ai|d.'was not a very large one, but
do not think it was any fault of
tiie land or the season, but the }*te
breaking, poor and lata seeding.
We hope to tell a differeat .story
next year. There was about 160
acj-ei of wheat 9,rA 50 acres of oats
last year. For the coming season
there are 700 acres to be sown to
wheat and oats, and most of the
faction of the audience, and to the flax will be sown this spring, bu
credit ofthemselvca. The singing!
plimeiics which tlu'T deserved. The standard flur
\y understand that some
hav not heard
_,, FlourNew process lour
reading in concert by, tho class in IdSL-^^p.r^covWmoitirt.
the fourth reader, was well render-!
caption. Square Timber per
....,..-,,.85 to S5
2 50 to 7b
S 00 to 4 00
50 to 75
S 00 to 6 00
11 i 0
S 50 to* 50
...2(5 00 to 3S flO
5 85 to S 25
STATE or MINNESOTA,
COUNTT Or MARSHALL,
In Probate Court,
Special Term Feb, 10, 18S1,
In the matter of the Estate of Hugh C,
Letters of Administration on ib*. estate of
said deceased being granted unto Alferd Dia
on:l of said County.
IT IS OHDERfcn, tlut all claims an demands
of all persons against said estate be presented
to this Court for examination and hearing, at
the -Probate Office, in'Warren on the following
The firat Motility of Slaj-rXj, April.
and 3Cay next.
IT IS/FI'HTHER or.DSKin, that three months
from the date hereof be allowed to creditors to
present their cbiims against said estate, at the
expiration of which time all claim* not pre
sented to said Court, or not uroven to its satis
faction, shull be torerer baned, unless for
i cau.e suown further time be allowed
OUDKKXD further, that said Alfred Diamond
AS aforesaid, shall cause notice of the fun's and
place of hearing andexminationof saidcUims
and demands, by publishing a notice thereof
for four weeks successively, in the WAKKEN
SIIXA? a newspaper printed and published at
Warren in Said County-
Dated February 10th 1881.
By the Court,
12-15 JOKV W. SLEE,
Judge of Probate.
AND OFFICE, Vv
Crookston, Minn. Fe'o. 2t,tSSi-
Complain having been entered at this office
by George Darveau'x acaHift. Andrew J. Setter
holm for abandoniii his hoinesTead entry No.
2^25 dated May 14, 187'? upon the nw* sec 30,
15!5j, R4S, in Marshall county Minn, with a
y'tew to.the cancellation of said entry the said
i parties are hereby suminoirfcd to appear at thin
ofhye on the 25thfe day of March 1881 at 10
I o'clock ra. rtpond and furnish testimon
15 17p* T5lO.^. '!n\riTi*.TT.K"gifter.
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