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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 6 March 1879

1. Jamestown fOBMMIIKl) KVKUY THURSDAY BY K. II. & C. II. FOSTKR, JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA TEH. QUt33CRIPTION RATES. Payable in Advance. IJoeYear. postage paid, bix Mouths, f2.10 1.30 WET ADVERTISING RATES. Payable Quarterly iu Advance. lv. Jtw. 8w. 1 in. 5m. 8m. 1.001.50 2 00 2.50 4.00 7.00 8 00 2.75 3.25 4.00 8.00 12.00 8.00 4.U0 5 0 6.00 18.00 16.00 4.00 5.H 6.00 7.0ft 15 00 20.00 4.50 6.00 7.25 8.25 16.00 25. 0 8.00 H.OO 14.(Hi 15.00 26.00 36.00 1. Inch, inches, S Inches, 4 inches, coluun, ft column, Uh. 13.00 18.00 24.0* 80.00 86.00 60.00 COlnmn, 12.00 15.00 18.00 21.00 4u.00 65.00 100.00 Persons finding this notice in their paper crossed, will understand that their aobscriptions have expired, and are re­ quested to renew the same. E0WARD H. FOSTER, EDITOR. Do Not Want the People to Know. Our colons have been arguing over and passing laws for forty days—111 some en­ acting luavy penalties f»r non-compliance with the same. But by squelching the bill introduced in tlie Council, draw...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 6 March 1879

te 1 Mlf :si I I *y fc ffy ^MMstmvn Jlleit. E. H. & C. H. FOSTER, Publishers. JAMESTOWN. D.T THE NEWS CONDENSED RENO SUSTAINED. A Washington telegram of Feb. 34, says: The Reno court of inquiry, it is under­ stood, report evidence was not educed to Avar rant court martial. The sentence of Capt. Blair is dismissal from the ariay. HOLDS 1IIS SEAT. In the Congressional House contested election case of Frost vs. Metcalf, from the Third Missouri district, the committee on elections decided unanimously to report in favor of Metcalf, the sitting member. CHINESE MASSACUE THREATENED. The national workinginen asaembly of Washington have appealed to the President to sign the bill restricting Chinese immigra­ tion-, as it is the only means that will prevent a terrible calamity and utter annihilation oj tho Chinese on the Pacific coast, which is srue to follow a veto of the bill. KILLED HIS MOTHER-IN LAW. A Nashvill, telegram of Feb. 25th, says. Thomas Merriman, while drunk, went to tho hous...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 6 March 1879

Rock me to Sleep, Mother Backward, turn backward, oh, time iu your flight, Make me a child again, just lor to-nie:ht. Mother, come back from the echoless shore, Take me again to your heart as of yore— Kiss from my forehead the furrows of care, Smooth th« few silver threads from my hair— Over my slumbers your loving watch keep Rock me to sleep, mother, rock me to sleep. Backward, flow backward, oh, tide of the years! I am so weary of toil and of tears— Toil without recompense—tears all in vain— Take me and give.me my childhood again. I have grown wearv of dust and decay, Weary of flinging my soul's wealth away— Weary of sowing for others to reap Rock me to sleep, mother, rock me to 6leep. Tired of the hollow, the base, the untrue. Mother, oh, mother! my heart calls for you! Many a summer the grass has grown green, Blossomed and faded—our faces bet ween Yet,with strong yearning|iind passionate pain, Long I to-night for your presence again Come from the silence 60 long and so deep Rock...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 6 March 1879

fl' ••Wlfcii gamcstoiuw ^tcvt rUBLISDED EVERY TUURSDAY BY E. H. & C. H. FOSTER, JAMESTOWN. DAKOTA. TEK THURSDAY, MARCH 0, 1879. —Wheat is rising in price. —Chew- Jackson's Best Sweet Navy To I ae-co. —The senior editor of this paper returned to-day. The carpenters have commcnced the erection of Air. D. M. Killeher's building on Front Street. —Valley City must be enjoying a good nap before starting in for her brisk sum­ mer reception of immigrants. —Bro. H. has agreed to try and refrain from prolanity for four weeks. Lookout for the news oi his being alarmingly ill. —Messrs. Klaus & Curtin arc building an ice house, 12x16, in the rear of their warehouse to be filled for their use next summer. —If all of the immigrants come to this county, who are talking of doing so, this county will have a population of 1500 be­ fore next winter. —What is the matter with our Fort Totten Correspondent. Has the news machine run down. If not it must be very dull up there. —The weather this week...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 13 March 1879

1 1 Jamestown ,&leri. rt'BIJHHED BVGMT THURSDAY BY K. H. & C. H. POSTER. JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA. TER, •UfeSSCRIRTION RATES. Payable In Advanue. fee Tear, postage paid, $2.10 Hx Mentha, 1.30 RET ADVERTISING RATES. Payable Quarterly in Advance. 1 w. *w. 8 w. lm. 1m. 8m. jr. llMh, 1.00 1.S0 900 ftlMhM, 8.SO 4.00 7.00 IS.00 ».00 t.75 S.2B 4.00 8.00 1*.00 18.00 lathee, S.00 4.00 5.00 6.00 1*.00 16.00 tt.0* 4taekee, 4.00 S.OO 6.00 7.S0 16.00 90.00 60.00 fMlMUB, 4.50 6.00 7.85 8.15 16.00 95.00 86.00 Aealuaa, 8.00 11.00 14.00 16.00 36.00 86.00 60.66 |«6lUM, 11.00 15.06 18.00 31.66 4U.06 66.00160.60 Pbrsons finding this notice in their fftpor crossed, will understand that their tabscriptions have expired, and are re­ quested to renew the ^ame. E0WAM N. FOSTER, IMTM. The Preservation of Forest*. #eientiflc American. In an article with thb above title in the North American Review, Felix L. Os­ wald, after reviewing the disastrous •ffectu which have followed the wholesale destruction of fore...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 13 March 1879

.»sa*Y' Vtt E. II. AC- H. FOSTER, Publishers. JA^TO^N. D.T THE NEWS CONDENSED CRUSHED. 1*1* /Petersburg telegram df Maftfi lstsays: The rebellion ac&inst the Chinese government, in Kubtfur, has been completely crushed, and the remains of the defeated force Sli^^etuAin5:'W feus|lik' CONVICTED OF MCRDER. ^•*yHki€hic^go ielegrap of MarohSth says: ffiljur^th the casiBtfuJdhn* Lamb, on trial for the murder of Policeman Race last fall, after a brief deliberation brought in a verdict of guilty and fixed the penalty at death. jgmffe 'Freeman, hir eomrade^to the affair, .» WwUhe principal witness ajarainit-him. BLACKMALI. A Memphis, Tenn., di3patch of March 7th, says: Hugh Davts, A. J. Foster and Charles £ims,..tliree young men, have been arreeted',.fch arged with attempted blackmail­ ing Mrs. Kate Dawson. They threatened to burn and rob her residence unless she paid $300. All have confessed their guilt. 4 EXPLOSION. I^ p.-. **J 1 ."*"•£ N» P* 6th, the boiler of Geo. Kepler's saw mill ex...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 13 March 1879

Fun H«tM. Are the farm all under msdAaimplements itt&£flM* gar cane planted Minnesota last year Farmer's teams should never be hitched near grog shop doors. It looks suspici­ ous. •,, The cotton crop of 1878, in round num­ bers, ia 5,197,000 bales allowing 560 pounds to the bale. Quite a number of horses have been poisoned in Kansas by being fed raw cas tor beans. The agricultural bureau of North Car­ olina does not cost the citizens of that state anything. The bureau of Georgia has a surplus tuna of over $19,000. According to returns and estimated collected and compiled by the agricultu­ ral department in Washington, the pres­ ent year's crop of wheat in the United States yields the enormous total of 425, 000,000 bushels. There are yearly raised in Vermont: Corn, 1,699,883 bushels wheat, 454,708 bushels. There are in the state 250 grist mills worth $1,350,000. The average price of corn now is 50 cents per bushel, while irom 1853 to 1877 it averaged 90 cents per bushel. Cure for...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 13 March 1879

jlamcstoiim £Med. rvBLi8»»»D anrtmr thvusday KY 35. H.AC.a Fobxiui, JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA. TICK THURSDAY, MARCH lii, 1S7». —Mails .semi-occasionall v. Chew Jackson'.* l«st Sweft Navy I »lm:o. —Windy, blusterint March is lien* and i1 is rathur fom/.y. —A full train load of pa.sstmgtrs west anl bound yesterday. —W. W. Bill, l«'ft last 8nnd» evening a trip to Minneapolis. So.idinore lias a pet .'and lull mm overlooked 1.1 it? fact laft. week. —(lh#n. Battel t, of Bismarck, opens je Pacific House here on the 15th inst. —The sleighing between here and Fort Totten has been excellent this wiiiter, and 1-^ still good. —Mrs. Seidmore, H.C. Miller, 1). M. .-.elleher, aud several others have been Uicted with bad colds. —Jack Clayton is slowly getting better the hospital at Fort Totten, from the », foots of his severe freeze on New Year's i)ay. —We hear a report that the N. P. Jt. i. have purchased two large ferry crafts tach large enough to transport six loaded ears at a time. —Mancun, the new tow...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 10 April 1879

VOL 1. gamesttftuw PUBU8HKD ETKRT THURSDAY BT E. H. A C. H. FOSTER, JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA TER. .•UB3CRIPTION RATES. Payable in Advance. Tear. pestage paid $2.10 •xMaaths. l.ao MET ADVERTISING RATES. Payable Quarter)? in Advance. 4 Jlw. »w. »*. »i. la. I». Iyt. 1.00 i.BO *J90 S.B0 4jp0 7,00 ItjM tOO *75 125 in SQO lfio l&te laches. MO 4.00 1*00 ISO) •».«• 4*0 s,,v 7.joi5.tiosn.oo MM WlUt*, d.M CM 7 45 g.K li.OO S5. K.OO AMlMla*, t.0e ll.M 14 An tHW M.M tff.00 te.M .MPlfnin. U.M M.M 18.MV21.M 4H.M K.M 1M.M PBMOMS finding this notice in their Hfitr-crossed, ,will understandthat their ^bpcriptions^aveexpircd, and arc re­ quested to renew (he name. KBWMB N. FISTM, EDITM. Appelogy. Owing to the fact that the proprietors of the Alert being away, one to Port Tot ten,and the other to Duluth, and our fac totem becoming very ill and returning home, the Alert has missed two publica­ tions, but as the publishers are b«tb on dcck, the Alert will not nuss fire agiin if we can help it. We will make...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 10 April 1879

jgitq gfnmestowq Jjlert. E. H.AC. II. F03TKK, PubUsiiers. JAMESTOWN. D.T THE WORLD'S DOINGS. SHOT. A Louisville, Ky., telegram of April 4. •ays a special dispatch from Paris, Ky., to tho Courier-Journal, says, at Millereburg Bourboa county, to-day, Milton Waddington while attempting to release his brothers from the custody of the constable, was fatally shot KILLED. A New Orleans telegram of April 4tfc, says the engine and three cars of the north­ ern bound passenger train on the New Or leans. Chicago & St. Louis railroad, jumped tho track near Haaselhurst. Andy Cadwell engineer, was killed, and Baggage Master Betta seriously wounded. RAILltOAD ACCIDENT. The night express from Bangor, Me., en the Eastern road, drawn by two locomo­ tives, jurapted the track at North Beverly, and the locemotives, express cars and mail and baggage cars were wrecked, blockading Hie track during the day. Nobody hurt. FATAL ACCIDENT. A Wheeling, W.Va., telegram of April, 4th, says a man named Henry Sum...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 10 April 1879

0U& UUNNER'8 SHOT. An Old Sailor's yarn. Oar oeble ship lay at anchor in the bay of Tangier, a fortified town in the extreme northwest of Africa. The day bad been extremely mild, with a gentle breeze sweeping to the northward and westward, but long before the close of tho afternoon the sea breeza died away, and one of those sultry, oven-like atmos­ pheric breathings came froai the great sunburnt Sahara. Half an hour before sundown the cap­ tain gave orders to the boatswain to call the lianas to go in swimming and iu less than five miuuus the forms of our tars were seen leaping iroiu the gang­ ways, the port*, the netting?, bowsprits, and some, more venturesome, took their leap from the arms of the lower yard. One of the studding-sails had been lowered into the water, with its corners suspended from the mainyard-arm and the swingine-boom, and into this some of the swimmers made their way. Among those who seemed to be enjoy­ ing the sport most heartily were two of the boys, Thomas...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 10 April 1879

gaiHjesioiwn gjcrt. rVBLKUD XTBKT THUKSDAt BT H.AC.E —Geo. FMTSB, JAMESTOWN. DA.KOTA. TER THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1879. LOCAL BIP-EAPS. —Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy Tobacco. —Mrs Scidmore, his been ill lately but is eonvaiesiiig. —Mr. Lucas Wright, is now stopping wLli Mr. A. Scidmore. —Shooting fish, now running up the Jam^s River, is the chicf sport ou hand. Mrs. R. A. Shoemaker hath a pet in the shape of a felon on her right thumb. —N. Lewis brought up seven head ot horses, wuich have been all sold but three. —6. Muck and Martin Seitz, of Jefferson, "Wisconsin, arrived today, on the look out for land. —Last Friday, April 4th, the railroad tiiiishfd putting in aside track at VanDu aen's farm. —E. W. Decker is building a house 16x30 feet, on the lot adjoining Martin Decker's house. W. Vennum, returned from Far­ go last Wednesday week from a somewhat lengthened stay. —A good Doctor is needed veiy badly here. It will be money to bim, and health.to our people. D. Bergenthatl, arrived t...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 17 April 1879

J'.! •'i! YOL X. Jfanwstmwu rUBI.MQED KYKHY I eoluwa. lS.no I y&z. THL'KSDAI BT E. H. & C. H. FOSJKJI, JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA TER. 8Ut33CRIPTION RATES. Payable in Advance. ••••Tear, pontage paid, Mix Month*. 2 «. 1 inch, taches, inches, 4 Inches. column, 4 colnnin. ....$2.10 .... 1.80 NET ADVERTISING RATES. Payable Quarter) ip Advance. w. i.i. ^iu. ttin. 1.00 1.50 1**1. S00 1.75 S -»5 9.00 4.»' 5'0 4. «0 R.«»r «.»» 4.50 «.(X) 7.S5 8.IM 11.011 14.(Ml 15.W 26.(Hi 36.00 S 00 ll.50~~4.00~' 7.00" 4 00 8 00 Vt 00 «.C0 22 00 16.00 7. CO ML00 18.00 15 (10 2(1.00 94.0* *.00 8.85 16.0'» 25.' 0 WOO W.OO 15 no 18,«.o su# 40.no 45.00 100.09 PERSONS finding this notice in their paper crossed, will understand that their subscriptions have expired, and are re­ quested to renew the tame. EOWABB H. FOSTER, fWTOff. Oar tfjlp 40 Fprt Tpttep. (Continued from last week.) While we were up to Devil's Lake, we accompanied Major McLaughlin to the Indian school, which is situated six miles to the east, on ...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 17 April 1879

gfamestotvtt Jllert. E. H. & C. H. FOSTER, Publisher#. JAMESTOWI^ THE WORLD'S DOINGS WITNESSES MURDERED. A negro man and woman living near Benton, Texas, witnesses against Canterbury and Dobbins in a rape case, were murdered on the 6th inst. The man was killed instantly, but the woman lived till morning. It is stated that one of the assassins said Ihey shouldn't live to appear against Canterbury and Dobbins. PROTESTANT SCHOOLS OPPOSED. A letter from the cardinal vicar is pub­ lished complaining bitterly of the existence in Rome of Protestant schools snpported chiefly by foreign money. It announces that the Pope has appointed a vigilance committee to increase and improve the Catholic schools and appeals to the nobility and clergy to sub­ scribe for their support. A METEOR. During a thunder storm at Chicago, April 9, a meteor which looKed white in the air and about a foot in diameter fell to the ground, bursting into many pieces. Just be­ fore striking it was white with heat, and ...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 17 April 1879

KY Win. I held her, laughing, in my arms, A blue-eyed child, with curls of gold She stroked my boyish cheek and said I'll marry you when I am old," We met again. Those pretty locks Were combed and bound about her head, A little schoolgirl, staid and shy She must not romp with me, she said. A few more years, and then I found A blooming maiden, sweet seventeen Few were her words and coy her looks And yet she loved me well, I ween. Long did I woo 'mid hope and fear My lady was not lightly won She hid her love, and thought it shame At last my welcome task wns done. I held her blushing in my arms And then my bashful prize I told How she had promised long ago She'd marry me when she was old. The blissful days sped quickly on. And I had pledged her with a ring. But ah! so much too large it proved! My Love was such a tiny thing. But yet she would not have It changed, Though from her hand it oft would slip An evil omen, I would say While she butlauehed with joyous lip. I left my darling for ...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 17 April 1879

rt It »f jrf gamcstcrum fOHJHUP BTUT TSUBSDAt Bf 'U B. D. 4k 0. B. Form. JAMKSTOWN. DAKOTA. TER THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1879. LOCAL BIP-BAPS. —Cuyler Adams came last night from St. Paul. —Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy Tobacco. —The 18th U. S. Infancy past west last night. —G. G. Beardsley the United States Surveyor, has cjot back from Washington. —The Northern Pacific pay car, went west dav before yesterday, and returned to day —Isadore Bureau of Green Bay, Wis., arrived here on Monday, and will take up a homestead in this vicinity. —The Reverend Father Crjsostrum of Bismarck arrived this morning, and will celcbrate mass to-morrow. —M. S. Mai thy, and Ever Wagness drove down from Fort Totten, arriving last even­ ing, and will spend a few days. —There was a man so absent minded this morning that he dipped his pen in his pipe instead of the inkstand. —Lucius Wright on Saturday com­ menced digging a cellar for house on Section 20 of the township east of hern. —The county offices have been...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 24 April 1879

im..^ ^Itefef..• ,. ...!':.j i). T: $J Jatwestimra §tlert. pdbumud itirt ranaiDit BY E. H. A C. H. Foots*, 1AMESTOWN, DAKOTA. TER. •UB8CRIPTION RATES. Payable ia JUlntct, •uTur, postsftpaid, f2.J0 •is Moatba. 1* HET ADVERTISING RATES. Payable Quarterly in Advance. iw. aw. aw. iui._ta.J»• ty». 1.00 ISO too *.50 4 1 M, fliaebM. tachaa. 4 lachee. wlaui, lealama, o.-.- ...«• 1 ealana. It.oe 15 on 00 7.00 lt.OS 00 .? S.S5 4.00 8.00 lt.OO 18.00 100 4.00 »«X) 6 00 It 00 14.00 M.0* 4. DO ».* «.«0 7 .«) 15 no to.oo W OO 4.50 OO 7.35 S.t5 1#» t5.r« M.OO 8.0H 11.00 14.00 15.00 M.OO 34.00 M.OO ih.oa si 4.00 46.00 loe.ot Pbbsoms finding this notice in their paper crossed, will understand that their aubscriptions hare expired, and are re­ quested to renew the same. EBWAM N. FOSTER. EMTM. The Ce«laK IauaWrratlra. There a great deal of attention being attracted to Jamestown from all along the Northern Pacific Railroad, as well as man points east, especially Irom Wis­ consin This is due to its centr...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 24 April 1879

E. H. & Oi H. FOST PubIl9bf| ^2^ THE WORLD'S DOINGS. MINE EXPLOSION. By an explosion in the Ohio colliery, near Branchdale, eight miners wfefe brirned aome seriously. The breast of the mine was much damaged by fire. jDONOIUT^TIOpfe. Secretary Evarte ha# tglegraphe4 the United States minister to llussla to convey to the czar President, Hayes' congratulations upon his escape iron* assassination. ADVERTISING SHEETS. The attorney general has affirmed the decision of the assistant attorney general for the postoffice department that regular publi­ cations designed primarily for advertising purposes cannot be sent through the mails at the rates chargodleeimate newspapers. SHOT DEAD 1 A Washington, D. C., telegram of April 14, says, D. J. Williams, merchant, of Laureusburg, while closing his 6tore Saturday night, was shot dead by H. Oglesby. The 6hooting was the result of an old grudge. Ofclesby has been arrested. FATAL QUARREL. On Saturday April 12, two farmers, Irving Winn and R. L. W...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 24 April 1879

If TH1 SAfF There is saucy rogue To youth ai\d gray-beard.^ A •JHNfll, ,, aid ana bespeak, boy, witheytife thut mlr With curly lpckfe He baa a riy But, Take cire, take His dart rare! "With bow and arrets In IrtfCand He wanders up and down the land Ah, maiden fair, Take care, take care!' His dart may wound you, \inaware! Her nibble haiidspty ,«, A gallant soldierly rid6s.ty Be gives her such a loving glance Her heart stands still, as in a trance, And death-pale, sinks the maiden fair. Quickjtoother there, •, Give heed, take care, iElse you may lose her, unaware! Who stands there laughing at the door? rogue, who triumphs thus once more! Both lad and maiden he has hit, And laughs as though his sides would spilt. .And so he sports him everywhere Now here, now there Ho mocks your care Tou fall his victim, unaware! Now who so masterful and brave To catch and hold this saucy knave? Whoever binds hira strong and fast, His name and deed shall always last. But, if thisdangeroi&task you da...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 24 April 1879

amestinuu^lcrt MUAN ITW TSCBIDAY BT lA^Cil Vfm, JAMSSTOWN* .. D+KOTL TBR THURSDAY, APRIL 34, 1879. LOCAL HIP-HAPS, —Chew Jickaoa'a Best Sweet Navj Tobacco. —D. Bergenthall moved out on hie claim last Tuesday. —There are houses going up all over the prairie iu this vacinity. —J. R. Winslow is getting up plana for a residence at this place. —A. C. Nye, with Sherman Bro's & Co., of Chicago looked over town this week. —Mrs. H. W. Dewey and her two youngest children arrived yesterday from Arcadia, Wisconsin. —A. D. Nichols of Frazee, Minnesota, arrived Sunday, and has concluded to locate in Jamestown. —Klaus' new hotel is nearly under roof this evening, and will be finished tomor­ row This fast work. —J. D. Piatt, from near Chicago will be here next week, and will start a livery stable as soon as possible. —Henry S. Elliott, son of our townsman H. F. Elliott, was married at Duluth, on April 13th, to Miss Mary Butler. —George Harris, son of John Harris, arrived last week, to help his ...

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