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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 17 December 1885

lr' JAMESTOWN POPULATION 3.500 CITY AND COUNTY Wheat Market. Friday Saturday Monday Tueaday Wednesday Thursday (today) The reading advertised for Mrs. Dr. Vidal, of Valley City, to be giyen at the opera rink Friday night lias been post poned. The law firm of Dodge & Camp have moved into the corner room up stairs in the Doolittle block where they have an elegant suite of rooms. There will be a grand ball at the Kirk woed in Carrington tomorrow night. Mayor Fliat and A. J. McCabe of this city are on the committee. The opera rink is about the liveliest place in the city now and is as popular a resort for skating amusement and recre­ ation as it was last winter. Public installation of officers of ames torvn JL^dge No. 19, A. F. & A. M. next Wednesday evening followed bv a ban­ quet at the Metropolitan hotel. The next meeting of the Jamestown Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Cir­ cle will be held at the residence of 1. C. Wade next Monday evening at 7:30. Judge Francis is now o...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 24 December 1885

MARSHALL McCLURE, Proprietor. VOL. VTIT. PRICES THK LOWEST DRESS GOODS K. P. W »».«.*, l'rc». Wm. O. Whitk. Vice I'rrs. X. MfK. LLOYD.<p></p>LLOYDS, Ord^rti iuil Houdi. 1 3/Hya QUICK SALES DICKINSON BEFORE MAKING PURCHASES A.G2STT for BtJTTSHZOS'B FATTSH2TS Doolittle Block. NOTIONS FANCY GOODS Cash Grocery House! Groceries, Provisions, TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR, ETC-, AT BOTTOM PRICES Pork, by the Barrel, Ai Si. I'.tnl pnees, adding fr igbt. Gome in and See for Yourselves! BUTTER AND EGttS TAKEN AT MARKET PRICE. JAMES RIVER NATIONAL BANK. JAKGSTOWN, DAKOTA. A IAVAFS Iih* money on hattd to l«ml on U^I EH ate or Chattel Al»n hnvs at lityh.-M Xvi'ittfl*1 prirn O'linly Warrants, RoiiiUaml School Homls. (Jniiu-B River Nations! lisnk Hnildiny.) 00 A GENERAL BANKING AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS Money t.oaned on Kiret Morl^ea on lo... Him-. W. GOODRICH. circulftrt r^arilmvimy nul fann'm*. Adtre*s T.TMH! (IKAI.KII IN *1-1. KINtf SMALL PROFITS GENTS' FURNIS'G GOODS lif.ll. I.. WKBPTKK. AsS't ('...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 24 December 1885

BY AR3HALL McCLURE. lAMLiTO WN, DAKOTA. For the year ending with November, the value of butter and cheese export­ ed from this country is reckoned at $12,300,000. Of eighty-one public 1 ibraries in the Union which contains more than 25, 000 volumes each, fifty-five are in the New England and Middle States, twenty in the Western States, and six south of the Potomac. & The California wheat yield did not come up to estimates made duriug the summer. A great many empty heads ware found, which cut down the yield considerably. The present estimates oi the total yield is 20,000,000 bushels. The imports of dry goods at the port of New York during the month of November were $7,360,844, against '$5,421,554: during the same month in 1884. For the eleven months in the calendar year ended with November the imports were$92,762,466,against $106,860,281 for the corresponding period last year, a decrease of over $14,000,000. The Pacific coast delegation in con­ gress come to Washington with, if p...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 24 December 1885

OLl) ACCOUNTS. A Story of the Now Yeur—Uread Cast Up­ on the Witter* Returns. CHAPTER I. The scene was Washington the time Christmas the year '62. It was an in­ tensely cold and bitter night—so cold that, in spite of the bustle and ex­ citement which usually prevailed until the latest hours—for they were sleep loss times, as many can remember,— the street were almost wholly de­ serted, and exposed to view but a few stray individuals whom actual neces­ sity had called abroad. The rest were closeted indoors and, judging by the light at the windows, were endeav­ oring to banish from their minds all secse and recollection of the outward gloom. Yet there was little cause for joy, many a household mourned, many a heart was crushed with woe. But the season was imperative in its claims, and shed the halo of its com­ fort over all, forming a bright paren­ thesis between the two eternities of past anxiety, and the dark and wither­ ing uncertainty which veiled the future. It is not, however,in...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 24 December 1885

THE ALERT. Alphabetical List of Advertiser*. Auberlin, Pete, Contractor and 1nill Baldwin A Drake, Physicians. Bayasnh, Rudolph, Restaurant. Brcwitt, Bros., Merchant Tailors. Boston One Price Clothing Store. Carpenter, U. T., Rest in rant. Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha Railroad. Dickinson, C. E., Dry Goods. Oodge, W. E., Attorney. Eppinger, M. Sc Co., Clothing. Fargo & Southern Railroad. Pluhr, John, Meat Market. Goodrich, J. W., Farm Machinery. Goodman, D., clothing and furnishing. Holaday, J. 11., LaMourc, real estate Ingram, G. W., Capital llouse. James River National Bank. Jamestown National Bank. Jamestown Brewing Co. Lyon, L.. Groceries and Provision*. Lloyds, Bankers. Mulholland, W. I'., Jeweler. North Dakota Bank. North Dakota Loan and Trust Company. Northern Dakota Elevator Co. Northern Pacific Elevator Co. Northern Pacific Railroad. ToplUf ib Co., Coal, Wood, etc. Then «& Teske, Cigar Manufacturers. Wells, E. P., Lots and Lands. LOCAL GOSSIP AND POINTE...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 24 December 1885

-vt DISCOMFITED WIDOW. No Fool Why Slie Think* That There'* Like an Old Fool. Judge Pennebunker, of Austin, is an irascible old man who boards and lodges at the hostelrie of tho Widow Flapjack. The widow does everything in her power to make tho old man happy and eontented. although Judge Penne bunker is quite wealthy and really does not need any outside assistance. The old gentleman used an arm chair with a straight back which the widow thought was a very uncomfortable chair. She determined to make things more comfortable for him so on the recent occasion of his birthday she presented him with a new rooking chair, and a large bouquet. The old gentleman was verv much pleased with tho presents. He told the widow that a rocking chair of that kind was just what he wanted, that he had often sighed for it. He also was de­ lighted with the bouquet. Seating himself in the chair, old Pen uebiiitkfr rocked himself backwards mid forwards energetically, .smelling llie IIOIIIIur-T. and smiling a...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 24 December 1885

OUT OF THE DEPTHS. Prom Miss Braddon's "Mistletoe Bough. We were a merry party, gatlierea together one bright Winter's morning round the broakfast table at Everton Grange. A long, low, wainscoted room, with deep bay windows, looking out on a smooth velvety lawn which sloped gradually away to, and was bounded by, a splendid avenue of chestnuts leading to the lodge gates. Although the trees had lost their foliage and the ground was covered with hoar frost, everything looked cheerful and comfortable and redolent of genuine old English hospital­ ity, from the fat robin, now a mass of fluff and feathers, who was lazily perched outside on the deep ledge of the window, having regaled himself sufficiently on his daily meal of bread-crumbs, to the interior of the room, the fire blazing in the wide, old-fashioned grate, before which the old house-dog stretched himself, and occasionally summoned up suffi­ cient energy to rub his nose with his forepaw while my aunt's bright face beamed on all a...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 24 December 1885

CONGRESSIONAL. Sunatr—A Bill passed granting a peiiHion to tho widow of Gen. Grant, and granting her the flanking privilege. Tho bill providinira code ot joint rules for tlio two Iiouhos was debated, as was also the presidential succeusion bill. A bill removing the political disabilities of Gun. Alexander 11. Law! on of Georgia passed. During the discussion of the joint rulew, much amuweinont was created by asenator having the wine listoftheKonalerostanrant read by the cierk, and anothersenatortmid lie had scen.so many senators under tlio influence of whisky that the sonata had to adjourn. Hills wore introduced (lv Mr. Sabin) for the erection of a $100,000 public building at Stillwater, Minn. to ad­ mit a portion of Dakota ns a ntato to in corporate tho Atlantic & Pacific Ship Rail­ way company (the Ead« ship railway bill) (by Mr. McMillan) forfaiting a portion ol the lands granted the Sioux City and St. Paul ltuilroad company to pension sol diera of the Mexican war making the t...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 24 December 1885

1AMEST0WN POPULATION &500 CITY AND COUNTY Jamestown, the metropolis ait* trade ccnte or the upper James IU ver Valley,!» the county on. or Stataman county. It is equidistant from Fargo aad Bltmhrrlt, about one hundred mile* from each, ana is located on the moat beautiful site along the rot of the Northern Pacific Railroad, between the htafaanil the banks of the James River. The •wklaa and repair nhcp» aud headqnartersof the Dakota division or the Northern X^tcific, and of hs Jamestown A Northern railroads are located here and It Is the shipping and distributing point for the vast scope of country to the northwest reached by the latter railroad. Jaaiestowahaa a graded public school, including a high school course, occupying two large school balldiuga and employing eleven teachers. It con tains six handsome church edifices, and its popu­ lation, numbering 3,500, is made up from the best and most enterprising classes of the northeastern and northwestern states. It is surrounded for...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 31 December 1885

LO 5 SKBBS GOODS $: y' MARSHALL MoCLUSE, Proprietor. VOL. VIII. D. KaX. LLOYD.<p></p>LLOYDS, I -•M' .JaW QUI OK •ALBS BEFORE MAKING PURCHASES (BUS AND NEW MS •G3C2TT for SUTTZHZOS'S FATTBHEUTS Doolittle Block. NOTIONS t'ANOY GOODS Groceries, Provisions, TEH, COFFEE, SV6M, ETC-, AT- BOTTOM PRICES PorkTbythe Barrel, At S(. Paul prices, adding freight. Oome in and See for Yourselves! BUTTER AND EOG3 TAKEN AT XABXET PRICE. B. P. Wnu, Pre*. W*. C. Waits. Vice Pre*. U«o. I.. WIIIIM. AN Cashier. JAMES RIVED NATIONAL HNK. JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA. SURPLUS $5,000 A General Banking and Exchange Business Done THE NORTH DAKOTA LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY LWATB has Som on band to lend on Real Ertate or Chattel Mortgage*. A Iso hnya at highest ^.muftst price Conwy Warrants, Bond* and School Bonds. (James Blvcr National Bank Building.) DO A GENERAL BANKING AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS Money on first Mortgage* on long time. lligheet prices paid for Omwly and »«hct Order* and Bond*. W. GOODRICH. piiin IN A...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 31 December 1885

BY L'&BSHALL McCLURE. JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA. The precedent set of giving pensions to the widows of ex-presidents, Mrs. Tyler, Mrs. IJolk and Mrs. Garfield has been followed in the case of Mra Gen. Grant. There is complaint at the North that Florida orange growers are send­ ing us their fruit before it is half ripe. Most of £he Florida oranges thus far received, are coarse, sour and unpal­ atable. The railroads known as the "Van derbilt roads" are the New York Central, the Michigan Central, the Lake Shore, the Nickle Plate, the Can­ ada Southern, the Northwestern, and the West Shore railways. The authorities of Providence, Rhode Island, having convinced them­ selves by careful investigation that the roller skating rinks, as conducted in that city, have exerted a very bad influence upon the young of both sexes, and especially upon younggirls of good families who have been allowed to mingle freely upon the skating floor with degraded women and unscrupu­ lous young men, have resolved to...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 31 December 1885

HE WANTS THE EAJtTH. A little, with content, in much To him who'll not refuse it 'I Who takes it .as the Lord ha* sent And then does rightly use it. Most men, with nothing, have the thought That life would be a pleasure If they could Bhure, in smallest part, With those who have the treasure. But is it true? Experience shows That in this world of sorrow, The man who tights for bread to-day Will fight for pie to-morrow. He vows he does no* want the earth His thoughts are far above it The gold of Indus and of Or, a His simple tastes don't covet. iA.verj little meets his wants •.Enough to Jiiroish living, Mi He says, is all a uian should aslc, And thank the Lord for giving. But, iB it true? Well, if it be. The truth you'll have to borrow. The man who fights for bread to-day, Will fight for pie to-morrow. Of wealth, a fraction's all he asks, With smallest numerator Set out in unit bold, above JT: A mrge denominator. This makes the sum of all his joys, Of all his liopeg and blisses 'Tis a...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 31 December 1885

THE ALERT. J. O. WARNOCK. Editor SEW YEAR'S. While there is perhaps neither absolute nor approximate certainty as to the anni­ versary of the beginning of time the date htB been arbitrarily fixed on the first day of January, and we celebrate it as such, as we do the traditional but doubttul an­ niversary of the birth of the Savior of the world on the 25th of December. Reason­ ing from facts to conclusions we infer that the Garden of Eden was either not in Dakota or the chronologist is off his base about six months in fixing the time when Adam and Eve made themselves comfortable with ne other apparel than fig leaf aprons. If Moses had said they clothed themselves in buffalo overcoats, or the chronologist had fixed the anni­ versary on the first of July, there would now be a summer resort in every county in Dakota on the veritable site of the Gar­ den of Eden, as the tourist is shown the grave of Shakespeare in every cemetery ia England, but while we often boast of our banana and fig ...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 31 December 1885

THE BURGLAR'S KIT. A Factory Th»t MwafiMlum Burglar*' Tool# Exclulnljr. The manufacture of burglars' tools has grown to be a highly Important one in the United States, the export value of the machinery of this kind made in the country and sent to for­ eign lands in 1884 running up to a total value of $275,258.44. Yet few readers probably have ever been inside of a factory of this kind. In order to let the great majority into the secrets of the art a reporter entered an estab* I ?s)i ment just beyond the Larimer street bridge. 116 was cordially received by the foreman of the shop, who kindly escorted him through it, explaining at the same time the different articles turned out and the manner of making. "This" said the foreman, "is the Cutrow electric saw and an instrument whic' 1 feel safe in prophesying will revolutionize the burglary business." The reporter examined the saw care­ fully, but could see nothing about it differing greatly from an ordinary rib­ bon saw with the exceptio...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 31 December 1885

TIEE MISER'S REFORMATION. The American Rural Qome. Yes, I came pretty nigh wrecking body and soul both, and I'll tell you how. Losing wife and child while 1 was still a young man broke me down. For a time I didn't care whether Hived or died, but I still kept on with my business, and presently I found my­ self beginning to love money. It be­ came tnegreatest pleasure of my exist­ ence to count up my gains, and to add dollar to dollar. The house I had furnished so prettily for Marie, and which she had taken so much pride in, left to itself began to show signs of neglect. For a time I retained the old housekeeper, to brighten up things and keep them tidy, but that luxury cost too much, and I dismissed her. Then, not liking to see the pretty things that had been so dear to Ma­ rie go to decay through dust and neg­ lect, I had them carried up to the great garret that extended the whole length of the house. I did feel for a time very unhappy when they were all banished, and I was left wit...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 31 December 1885

'i 11 ADAM fi FltOJJDEAU. Pansy paused at tbo head of the stairs as she was about to descend,and looked down into the dimly-lighted hall below. It was the sound of yolces that arrested her steps. Two persons, a man and a woman, had just emerged from the cloak room, and stopped for a moment at the foot of the stairs, conversing in low tones. Sho knew the man was her husband the woman was the beautiful Madame Frondeau, who just now enjoyed the distinction of swaying the social sceptr er in the little circle in which she moved. "They are still together," .whisper­ ed Pansy her face turning shade paler, "and I bolieve they tore going out for a walk on the beach. Oh, what can John be thinking about?" Sho pressed one little white hand involuntarily against her heart, as if to still its throbbing, while the ex pression of pain in tier deep blue eyes showed how much of misery was be ing surprettsed. Poor'Pansy! One year married and a great cloud darkening the domestic horizon—a painful awak...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 31 December 1885

(BfwJpaWi-Wri'w I t\ fa si hi Al tb ta 9 1AMEST0WN POPULATION 3,500 CITY AND COUNTY Janeatown, the metropolis and trade ccute of (be upper James River Valley, Is the county ra^ or Stutsman county. It is equidistant from Fargo and Bismarck, about one hundred miles from each, and ia located on the moat beautiful site along the line of the Northern Pacittc Railroad, between the bluffs and the banks of the Jamex Kiver. The machine and repair shcpeaud headquarters of the Dakota division of the Northern ljaciiic, and of ke Jamestown Northern railroads arc located here and It ia the shipping and distributing point for the vast scope of country to the northwest reached by the latter railroad. Jasaeatownhas a graded public school, including a high school course, occupying two large school buildings and employing eleven teachers. It con taina six handsome church edifices, and its popu I atlon, numbering 3,500, is made up from the best and most enterprising classes of the northeastern and nort...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 7 January 1886

MARSHALL r- E- P. \V ll.cs, l'rcs. WM. D. McX. LLOYD.<p></p>LLOYDS, Money Loaned on Order* and Bond*. 1 B,ia T.TMTg f, if,a 1 & CE, Proprietor. J&&. QUICK $ IBEFORE & A.GE1TT for BTJTTSKZCS'S a. v» Doolittle Block. I*- -*#.*# DRKS3 opoDs.: •i "r. •, iif, »i. ma Pork, by .• •?».*•. .*.*.'. A ...". .'.'. fAIUsy GOODS MOTIONS 4 "4 •, ':fv-^ '.'M At St. Paul puces, adding frtight. Come in and See for Yourselves! BUTTER AND EG&S TAKEN AT MARKET PRICE. C. WHITE, Vire Pres. JAMES RIVER NATIONAL RANK. JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA. 3?s*.id. "a.]? Ca/pitsil $50,000 SURPLUS $5,000 A General Banking, and Exchange Business Done THE NORTH DAKOTA LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY A I.W.ll'S hue money on lit ml to lend on Ho* I KHate or Chattel Mortgage?. Aim liny# at lilylipst ^Vm^xt price I'onnty Warrant*. Bond* and School W. GOODRICH. BOIHIH. (Jamo* River National Bank Building.) PCAtr.R vHJ* BKAltlt PROFITS OKMTS' FURMIS'Q GOODS UEO. I.. WCBSTRR. An't Catliier. IN AM. KIMIT!1 I)? "IT1...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 7 January 1886

1U 'ft, *Pue $1**1 I BY 1.ARSHALL MoCLURE. lAMLSTOWN, DAKOTA, -g A week or two ago there came to Dublin a young man who could speak no other language than the Irish, and who had to be accompanied by an interpretor about the streets of the capital of his native country. The youth was bora on the island of Boffin, of! the Connemara coast, whex*e out of some 600 or 700 inhabitants only nine speak English. On this island they possess a rich treasure of tradi­ tions, folklore and old poems. Reference is frequently made to the fact that the law provides for the divis­ ion of Texas into four States, each of the largest size, and for their ad­ mission to theUnion but this presup­ poses the consent of the people, which thus far cannot be obtained. Down in the big Lone Star State, there is a general desire to have Texas remain the largest and become the most popu­ lous State in the Union, and nothing will induce the people to conseub tc the partition of the State. Pasteur's theory of inoculat...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 7 January 1886

,r-, w"A\ 1 Some distance alter Tennyson. Half a bar, haF a '1M/1 1 THE VUXAGK CHOIB. bar,S ••'$ ,„Half a bar o.'.ward! Into an awtul ditch, Choir and Precentor hitch, Into a mens of pitch, They ted t.lie Old Hundred. Trebles to right of them, Tenora to left of them, Bahm in front of them, I-. Bellowed and thundered! Oh! that Precentor's look, When the sopranos took Their own tiro* and hook, j&».- From the Old Hundrtf^i,,, I Screeched all the trebles here, Boggled the tenora there, Kaisingthe parson's hair, While his mind wandered Theirs not to reason why Thin psalm w&fc pitched too high Theirs but to gasp and cry— Out the old hundred Trebles to right of them, Tenors to left of them, 9 Basses in front of them, Bellowed and thundered. Stormed they with shout and yell, Not wise they sang, nor well, Drowning the sexton's bell. While all the church wondered. Dire the Precentor's glare, Flashed his pitchfork in air, Sounding IithIi keys to bear Out tlie Old Hundred. Swiftly he tu...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
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