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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 4 August 1887

TheJamestown Alert TEEMS: The Diily Alert is delivered in tujcitv by car­ riers, ill 73 cents a monih. Daily, one year fS 0 iily, six month* fj Jaiiy.'three months 0 Weekly, out! year JJ Weekly, six mouths 1 0 DAILY (EXCEPT MONDAY) & WEEKLY AV. R. KELLOGG. THE grade stakes of the Hope exten­ sion of the Manitoba road are set to run near Coop erst own, west, and the people of that thrifty town are watching all signs with eagle eyes. THE Minneapolis & Pacific is reported surveying through eastern Foster and Eddy counties, with an unknown object­ ive point, presumably west of Devils lake. That road is a rustler, and keeps every­ body guessing. THE next militia encampment has been located by Adjutant-General Tyner at Huron, and the date fixed from the first to the eighth of September. Huron will be a central point and one especially easy to reach on account of the excellent con­ nections over the Oakes branch of the Northern Pacific. THE auditor and attorney general re­ iterate ...

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. — 4 August 1887

I V. & e, A-. /rYi v-sfc&l & W THE TWINE FAMINE. An Alleged Cause of the Shortage, The Farmers'- alliance has played the mischief with the twine business this year. The various township alliances, acting under the guidance of the county organization, started out at the opening of the season to buy twine direct from the manufacturers in a wholesale way. It was given out so confidentially that they would bring in a supply and meet the de­ mands of the farmers at a great reduction in prices, that the local machinery deal­ ers were afraid to order stocks of the usual size. The theory upon which the alliances proposed to do the business ap­ peared all right at this end of the route, and until the orders were sent in, where­ upon the manufacturers thought it advi­ sable on their part to look into the sub­ ject a littla. When the matter of security came to be considered the twine produ­ cers decided that the alliance agreements were too indefinite. They would not con­ sent to s...

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. — 4 August 1887

FOUR BANK WRECKERS. E. L. HARPER, BRIGGS SWIFT, AMMI BALDWIN AND BENJAMIN HOPKINS. Vile Men Whose Speculations Knitted the Fidelity l)Mk in Cincinnati ud Wrought Many Depositors to Alijeet Poverty. The wreck of the Fidelity National bank, tt Cincinnati, has had no parallel in this coun­ try since the collapse of the Ohio Life and Trust company a generation ago, save the wiping out of the Marine bank, of New York, by Ferdinand Ward, for which Ward and President Fish are now "doing time" at Sing Sing. Edward L. Harper, tbe leading spirit in Hie wheat deal which jirecupituted the failure, was born in tbe lumber region6 of Pennsylvania less thau forty years ago, of a family in strait­ ened circum­ stances. His edu­ cation was gained iti the common schools. For some years he worked as a common laborer* through Finally he drifted into Ohio, and in 186S became a EDWARD L. HARPER, traveling sales­ man for J. H. Patrick, of Urbana, selling sewing machines at $10 a month and com­ missions. In...

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. — 4 August 1887

3 •-U-",V Life'" Tv V.-J rI J*\ mi *-t* J~J? 'h rg .fl #5% ,i itf JfSlt "as CITY COUNCIL. lteyular meeting of the city council Monday niglit,MayorGraliam in the cli air Present, Aldermen Clark, Dole, Driscoll. Hnglies, Ingraharo, Selvidge and. Absent, Alderman Mueller. The minutes of the last regular and -•special meeting were read and approved. Alderman Watson made a verbal report in regard to the electric light matter, ••stating that from his investigations he was convinced that four systems, viz: -the United States, Brush, Thompson liuested "arid Edison, are superior to all others and that as bids will probably be araceived from companies proposing to put in other systems, the council should refuse to consider such bids until an in­ vestigation shall be make. Mr. Watson introduced a resolution to that end which was adopted on motion of Alderman Dris colL BILLS ALLOWED. •J. It. Winslow, lumber $ 36 00 •Gieseler, Blewett & Co., nails 4 10 W. J. Johnson, printing 12 25 'Geo. D. ...

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. — 4 August 1887

1AMEST0WN POPULATION 3.500 James'own, tbe metropolis ana trade center of the upper James River Valley, Is the county 8'a. or Stutsman connty. It is equidistant from Fargo and Bismarck, about one hundred miles from each, and is located on tbe most beautiful site along the llueof the Northern Pacific Railroad, between the bluffs and tbe banks of the James River. Tbe machine and repair shops and headquarters of-the DAKOU division of the Northern Pacific, and of the Jamestown & Northern railroads.are located here and it is the shipping and distributing point for the vaft scope of country to the northwest reached by tbe latter railroad. It has now direct connection with Southeri^Da fcota and southern and eastern points,via the James­ town & Oakes branch of the Northern Pacific railroad, and the Chicago & Northwestern Exten­ sion. The St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba, and the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul from the south to Jamestown, are in processor comple­ tion. The ...

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. — 11 August 1887

wj- .1*i Tf»® il .r •^''rv' 7-* 1 fc 1' ESra^SSf 7 VOL. XI \r, ,r gtamffe '14 *i '-i 4 {!*»»*»Hy*'""^tff ^y1•— -yffi -r^^y^^^r.r^j^^'i '.y|l^i «-''iV ." ^nr CO 50 C5 fl 0 CO I I c3 0 0 0 fl 0 0 0 0 C5 »»«jwjaiiii ctf c/T i- _Q 0 ^5 -KJ •H 03 CL "D O ctf i. 0 H-J -4—1 CD -t-» 0 buO LOCALITY LOCALIZED The Weekly Round Up of the Events of Interest and Im­ portance in the City and County. As 'Gathered and Prepared for the Edification and Information of The Alert's Numer­ ous Headers. Another Burglary. It seems that there is'a gang of burg­ lars, or more properly sceak thieves, in­ festing the'City. The manner in which they have gene at their work, it: general report may be credited, stamps them as bunglers arad far from "birds at their bus­ iness." The two hauls of Sunday mght were followed up Monday niglit with another —Henry Smith being the sufferer. The parties used.a pick axe to force tneir way through the backdoor ot his place on Fifth avenue, but only carried off a couple of gallo...

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. — 11 August 1887

foKA if W'^ii t* •M, \. & .y i%{:'••:••,':• .-', W"- pgfef':. -i'r -.v. Pi? K? $/::• yi .. f1!,, li^ EWcffl&i iiiju'.ii "iiP .'f 1 1 1 1 I I 1 j- GOING 1 COWS." Long before tho crimson sunset Flashes on tho farmhouse panes Long before the misty purple Down the distant valley wanes Wistful eyes are looking flelilwarda While the patient grandma sews And the old clock on the mantel. Tic, tic, tic, so drowsy goes. "Dear me, Jenny," cries the grandma, With her specs above her brows "Do be quiet, it's so early, Ixts of time to fetch the cows!" Shadows lengthen down the mountain. And the swallows wing their round Scarlet sunlight flashes brightly O'er the daisy laden ground. Anxious eyes are at the window Looking down the meadow lane Tiny fingers softly tapping On the kitchen window pane. "Bless me, Jenny," calls the grandma, "There's no peace in all the house* Do go, if you can't be quiet— Go at once and fetch.the cows!" .Light the step that bent the clover, Tripping o'er the mead...

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. — 11 August 1887

i&r&k s&uv r4H- p" *y. fr'"1 -IfcV. \-:H & W? 1 n- It w- N V- r*lfc ••if feis It :#$S •'fete vagsj ft*fc£SK.' -i?s a- Pj^vV SLi**r sit/.r^ '7. ,-•••TR .'V4 *i .rf. sV* K«fe.r V".»! N PWrfts the 'Wvrld Over. As a mattorof fact,'qualified pJWtfcsare pilots the world over but as men they -differ more widely as'4ypes than theaaces or nations tto which they belong. Your New York harbor ipilot is ouc d£ the gravest and quietest of living men. He la sober, rflerriure, 'tmobtrusive, earnest. You who -annually summer in .Europe, going or looming scarcely ever .see him. From vdswts and appearance ycraeeuld nOt even tell -He was a seafaring man. This English ,-piot lived at Pill, at the «dge of the tide, ®ear Avonmouth, whaxc dwell a hundred otheripllots in slime,-ooze, filth and •drunkenness. Their women-are half nude ibrawlers, -harridans, and the hus­ bands ilive rayless lives of sodden- stupor, startlio$y contrasting with the alertness, hardihood and -daring of their hours-...

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. — 11 August 1887

f* Sp" The amesto wn Alert I" £3 :R 3VC S Tlio Daily Alert is delivvrcd in tlie citj l) car­ riers, at T3 cents mon'h. Dailv. one year Daily, s«ix month" ilailv. tliree month*.. W'ceklr, one vt-nr— Weekly, six months. TXIKRI- JS 0 •t a 1 0 DAILY (EXCEPT MONDAY) & WEEKLY \V. B. KETII.OLIG. AKTH'IJES ot incorporation tlisclobctli.it tho St Paul Helena Land and Im­ provement company «itli it capital of £250,000, will shortly begin tho business of buying. selling and improving real es­ tate Montana. •'. T. Odell and A!ex ynder McKenzie are anions the incorpor­ ators well known in Dakota, A.lule man} prominent St. Paul and Montana capital­ ists are also included. IS every reason to belieAe lli.it Jamestown can get the- residence ot tlie new hi shop of North Dakota, who, it is said, will be Abbot Edolbrock, ot Collcge ville, AFI l" i1. The eentcuing lieie of Cath­ olic interests ior so large a scope of coun­ try would be a very ad\antageous moAe ior the citizens ol this place. .Tamest...

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. — 11 August 1887

,t-' 1 ^"W, ». K- i»- #. 1. ff J' !-I mi'. vf tip. k'S '1 jWSWP^. y^y.-. IWf'?-."". ?••. v* Specimen Products Wanted. •v1 Tp THE CITIZENS OF- STUTSMAN COUN­ TY:—Tlie Northern Pacific Railroad com­ pany desiro to make an exhibit of the products, of Dakota at tlio Minneapolis Industrial exposition, which opens Au­ gust 31st and continues until October 15th, and t.t the Minnesota State fair September 9th to 17th, as well as the fairs in the eastern states. Will the farmers and other producers who are naturally interested in having •the products of tho territory known abroad, furnish specimens iu the sheaf and in the berry, native and cultivated grasses, vegetables, fruits, dairy and •other products, with each sample labeled, igiving its name, yield per acre, and other information, with name and postoillce ad­ dress of the producer, so that due credit can bo given.and deliver the same as early sis may be convenient to tho agent of the Northern Pacific railroad at Jamestown. Appropriate ...

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. — 11 August 1887

if! .1 f- •V .US WX g$ THE ALERT. OFFICIAL PAPER Of CITY AND COUNTY REPORTERS' RUSTLING Topics of the Town and Affairs of the County Generally Over­ hauled and Dis­ cussed. James River Valley Matters of General and Local Import­ ance Faithfully Chron­ icled. Distinguished Railroad Officials. A party of distinguished railroad men were in a special car on the east bound train Thursday night. The occupants were President J. J. Hill, General Manager Manvel and Superintendent Egan, of the Manitoba road, and President Upton of the i*'irst National bank of St. Paul. They were returning from Helena, to which point Mr. Hill had been driven from the end of the track of the Montana extention of his road. He furnished an AiiEBTman much information concerning the progress of his railway. He stated that they were now laying track at the most rapid rate ever known in railroad building. Mr. Egan, giving some addi­ tional details, said that between the 1st to the 10th of October the track would be i...

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. — 11 August 1887

REPUBLICAN GAINS In the Old Bourbon State of Ken­ tucky—A. Republican Gov­ ernor Elected. Evidence that the Young Man Kill­ ed at Sterling Came From Nebraska. Looking for Her Brother. BISMARCK, Aug. 4.—A strange and pa­ thetic circumstance connected with the killing of the young man at Sterling Tuesday evening is that yesterday, the day following his death, a letter was re­ ceived from Mrs. T. H. Murphy of Yank­ ton, inquiring as to the whereabouts of her brothar, Francis John, who was last heard of in Bismarck. Mrs. Murphy gives a description of her brother, and states that his father is Franklin John, of Creighton, Knox county, Neb. She also sent a photograph and stated that infor­ mation as to his whereabouts would be most gratefully received as she feared he was without money and in poor health. The photograph and description was re­ ceived by Chief of Police Sloan yester­ day and compared with the body of the young man who was killed at Sterling Tuesday evening. Although the bo...

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. — 11 August 1887

7}'yr m. ¥V- Ir-^V ft $-Wv% ?:, fe- I: I •r -r. •r -r. k.- F" 'sf *:r. 1- sgpgKjwp^ •'"','' PI 1AMEST0WN anv city in the territory 1 Miss Zoe Bowen and innniSf"* "^W POPULATION 3.500 Jsmcs'owu, the tretropons anil trade center of the upper Jumes River Valley, Is the county -a. or Stutsman county. It is equidistant from Fargo 8nd Bismarck, about one hundred miles from each, and is* located on the most beautiful site along the liieof the Northern Pacitic Railroad, between the blafcaml the banks of the James River. The machine and repair shops and headquarter? of the Dasota division of the Northern Pacific, and of toe Jamestown & Northern railroads.aru located here and it ie the shipping and distributing point for the vaft scope of country to the northwest reached by tin-latter railroad. It has now direct connection with Southern Da­ kota and southern and eastei points,via theJ ames towu & Oaks* branch of the Northern Pacliic railroad, and ihe Chicago & Northwestern Exten­ ...

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. — 18 August 1887

jfV* •. .*v J"' ii^i- •1fr -r^ *3 Ri & ri"l4 it"* 4 1 VOL. XI •34." t. Jk LOCALITY LOCALIZED The Weekly Bound Up of tie ErentB of Interest and lift ^jortanee In the City and County. A Qwthered and Prepare*'fcr the IMiflcatioti and InforiHtftion «f The Alert's S®®*" (sis Headers. "ReTuteXtie Mlsstaterwents. 'To THE EUTTOB: It few 'been adra ttteed throughout the tendttiiat Dakxtia 'hae this year suffered a faifcire of crape. The statement that this»» a one crop 'country isifeo a "chestnut!" The govem :ment report, just pa*fliBhed, credits the 'territory ^with forty mSlion bushels -of wheat «nd thirty milkon bushels of corn as the product of'tlas disastrous (?). year. An average -of 'nearly two hundred strangers will pass threugh JaraaEtown every day between mow and November, all of whom have read the discouraging reports ef crop fctilure *nd few of whom read the contradictions. More «I these people'Siian your readers generally imag­ ine, are prospecting for new homes or in-! vest...

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. — 18 August 1887

A QUIET STREAM. A quiet strrani Flowed through a level meadow-all long Xts voice was heard in murmurous ni Jy, That half a whisper seemed, and halt'.. song Yet no one paused to hear its harmony. Or marked the brightness of its sunny gleam. But where its course Was half arrested liy the nigtjed stone It swelled and bubbled till with new born power It leaped the bavi ier, all its weakness gone Its spray aseendiug in a silvery shower. It* onward way pursued with added force. Its beauty then The' artist praised, the poet sang, until Came uifiuy to admire the pretty scout?, •lalf marveling at the strength of such a rill— A silver ribbon parting banks of green, Swift us an arrow, dei per than their ken. —Golden Argosy. tiik rim or bread. The youn:r Duke tie Hardimont was pass hi some days at Aix in Savoy, where ho was causing his famous mure Perichole —who hal been broken winded since she caught a chill at the Derby—to take the waters, when, slancing carelessly over the paper one morning ...

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. — 18 August 1887

END OF THE DKOUTR. Heavy Bains Break the Dry Spell Which Threatened to Des­ troy Wisconsin Crops. Five Firemen and a Citizen Lose Their Lives—A Big Prairie Fire in Chicago. The St. Louis Fire. ST. LOUIS, Aug. 11,—The peanut ware­ house of Bishop & Spear burned this morning and the walls of A. L. Kiere's grocery, adjoining the peanut warehouse, which had been weakened by the confla­ gration, fell outward and buried five fire­ men. The killed are Barney McKernan, Frank McDaniels and Chris HoelL The injured are Jake Aimer andMathew Todd, Both will probably die. A spectator across the street by the name of James O'Brien was caught by a falling iron col­ umn'and crashed against Kinsella's door on the opposite side of Second street. He will probably die. The dead firemen here were all men of note in their profes­ sion. Chris Hoell originated the Pom­ pier corps and invented the belt and scal­ ing ladder. He has spent much time in other large cities in introducing the lad­ der and inst...

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. — 18 August 1887

P?:: 6^x "S*81 lk- v- i! 1/^ FIL F»Jf The Jamestown Alert T.E'.H 3VI S: Tho Daily Al.-rt isdeliveied in tUo city by car riers, ul To cents a month. Daily, one yenr l)uil v, fix month" ., Dnilv. tlireo months Weekly, one year Weekly, six months DAILY (EXCEPT MONDAY) & WEEKLY \Y. 1!. KELl.OUG. \Yi:t weather is RprcwitinK wheat in somo localities near atertown. A CHINESE laitiiilrymati anil iour rail­ roads are the signs of present prosperity at Oakes, in Dickey county. Tub Aberdeen Bismarck graders have arrived at the latter place, and prominent citizens ride out anil have long talks with the contractors, so tflad are they to see them. AMOXG the premium lists received from the various fair associations none are more attractive than that printed for the first territorial fair to be held at Grand Forks, September 20-24. The association is in fine shape the accom­ modation's are excellent, all damages by the late tornado having been repaired. Everybody should attend the first annual ...

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. — 18 August 1887

THE REFORMER. Before tlie monstrous wrong he sets him dovn— One man uffiiiust a stone walled city of sin. For centuries those walls have been a-lmilding Smooth porphyry, they slope and coldly glass The flying storm and wheeling sun. No chink, No crevice lets the thinnest arrow in. He fights alone, and from the cloudy ramparts A thousand evil faces jibe and joer him. Let him lie down and die: what is the right, And vliere is justice, in a world like this? But by and by earth (shakes herself, impatient And down, in one great roar of ruin, crash Watch tower and citadel and battlements. When tlio rod dust has cleared, the lonely soldier Stands with strange thoughts beneath the friendly stars. 2. II. Sill in Tiie Century. OUR NEWSPAPER HEADLINES. Aineiic:t:i Originality and "Smartness" Astonish Oui- Knglisli Cousins. In England sensationalism and anything approaching "smartness" are avoided font in America the very opposite is the rule, Indeed, so much attention is paid to head­ lines in...

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. — 18 August 1887

THE ALERT. OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY REPORTERS' RUSTLING Topics of the Town and Affairs of the County Generally Over­ hauled and Dis­ cussed. James River Valley Matters of General and Local Import­ ance Faithfully Chron­ icled. A Chance for Stock Men. The severe drouth in southern Minne­ sota, Wisconsin and northern Iowa, be­ sides having a disastrous effect upon crops has caused a great rise in feed and a corresponding decrease in the value of stock, which are now being offered at re­ markably low prices. For the benefit of those who may wish to secure a share of this stock, the Northern Pacific has gen­ erously offered to carry them west from St. Paul at seventy-five per cent of the rates named in the present west bound cattle tariff. Agent Schwellenbach re­ ceived notice of this new arrangement which is to take effect in ten days, yester­ day. The same rate will be made until November 1st. The action of the Northern Pacific man­ agement in this particular is a generous on...

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. — 18 August 1887

I. I: |S?*.. J.S-.--5 1'. ih it: MMM* !$$$ r* Jv •nf tlf?)'5'VT1 t'fi ^"Y3& 'tS??1 I 1 V»» Going to the train is the first business of the day, and a pretty sight it is to see the ladies in their fresh, white, morning gowns, driving their carts and phaetons down to the station with their husbands. "The harness and horses and carriages, fresh from the hands of industrious grooms and coachmen, and unspotted as yet by the dust of the day, glisten under the early morning sun. The air is cool and invig­ orating, and the bustle and confusion about the station has a fashionable pic turesqueness about it that is charming to the student of society. After the busi­ ness of the morning exodus is done, lawn tennis comes to enliven the day. The game is exceedingly popular at Long Branch, where tlie fine lawns, of which I have spoken, furnish admirable courts. About 9 o'clock in the morning you will see young men in white flannels and young ladies in loose gowns running about •on the smooth t...

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