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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 5 June 1879

I VOL 1. $amcstonm ^Tcvt. M)BLI«!IRI» KVKHV ML" HSU AY MY K. H. Jt *. H. Fu.sTKff, JAMKSTOWN, DAKOTA TEIJ. :BUt33CR!PTlON RATES. I'ayable In Ailvaine. Oa« Y"ir. po*tu«c paid .f j.to Six MoUthd, i.ao NET ADVERTISING RATES. Payable (/UHNiirlv in Advanr.c. 1 w. This information or rumor, was commu­ nicated at once to Colonel Crotton, com­ manding Fort Tottcn word was sent out to the settlers on the Sheyenne River to come in at once, and the indian scouts under Lieutenant Nickorson, sent out to Mce if they could get a look at them. The guard was doubled that night. The newly arrived Gatling gun made ready to guard against a possible attack. On Saturday the scouts brought in an ind:an and a squaw, but saw nothing of the indians in this condition matters have remained. Rumors have come in that one ot the citizens living on the Sheyenne River has been killed, but nothing positive has been learned. Universal care and vigilence is being exercised but otherwise things move on •s usual. The bo...

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. — 5 June 1879

E. H. «fcC. H. FO R, Publishers. JAMESTOWN. f*. THE WORLD'S DOINGS. SKNTKNCED TOR TEN YKA11S. W'i'iUuiiyE. Gniy, of N. Y., well known in Wall street ten years ago, and recently re­ turned ty England on the charge of raising bonds, has "been sentenced to ten'Yea'rs'iri State Vrteon. is^jwtUorlfcd statement several tinier printed that tlu Presi­ dent has decided not touppryye the findings of the eour^of^uyy in. ease, and that lie will refer them for examina­ tion and revision lo the judge advoeute. gener­ al of the nnny. KXVKLLKD FltOM FllAXCK. Tjfoste, a Frenchman naturalized in the United States bcc,W'xRcl^(W\0», (jno^u^itig his uatjouallty ^thjrat jierfortnin^hife military duty/ Mr. "Noycsj the United State minister, fruitlessly endeavored to scon re a revocation oftlrtPiorders OUOT.AAVJTVVT TITRIK wouk Information from the Indian territory jjF *& to'tje |ffeet jjlhat jVnft pf^c jSaiyufian river valley in the Chicksisaw nation Is infested with lawless white men, who are depreda...

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. — 5 June 1879

,'4 i/'| l*C»4W»^ fS 4 I TOT Wj- CONGRESS SUMMARY. SENATE, May 26.—Senator Edmunds bpokc against the subsidiary coin bill. Senator McDonald's bill authorizing the employment of militia and land and naval forces in certain ease* was considered, and Mr. McDonald ad­ dressed the Senate. Senator Edmunds inti­ mated an intention trt speak on the subject when it was again taken up. The President pro tcm annexed his signature to the legisla­ tive appropriation bill "which goes to the President. The bill relative to the transporta­ tion of animals was taken up, and occupied the remainder of the session. Alter an executive session the Senate adjourned. SENATE, May 27.—A petition from ex soldiers and sailors reflecting on Senaotr Anthony, who was absent, was presented. At'ter a spirited debate the papers went over. The bill relative to the transportation of ani] tnals was considered. After considerable de­ bate, various motions, amenments proposed &c. Senator Edmunds said this was a subje...

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. — 5 June 1879

imAMt 1 ir: '•ti i,i JUff r: I gamestcum VOHIREILEO XVKltT THtfiSDAt B* B. H.AU.E FOSTER, JAMESTOWN. DAKOTA. TER THURSDAY, JUNK 5.187#. LOCAL HIP-SAPS. —Chow Jackson's West Sweet IS'avy IVibacco. —On May 30th, Parole carried off the KpKom gold cup at the races in London. --CJ corse II. Christian of Minneapolis, i» having 320 acres broken on his large tarm south of town. —Mr. George Goodhue reports, that his wife is getting better under Doctor Bent lej's care, at Bismarck. —Last Monday afternoon 160 recruits for the 18th Infantry passed through here fpr the Milk River post. —We understand that Edgar W. Markell of Duluth, intends breaking 50 acres on Ais tree claim this season. —Brick for Sale.—Parties desirous oi"obtaining brick, will save money by ftuying of Bruns & Finkle, at Moorhead —Found, a folding door key. The ovncrcan have the same upon application f»t tbis office, upon proving property and paying for this notice. —Mr. H. C. Ciaig and brother' arrived here last week from...

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. — 12 June 1879

feu VOL 1. Jfatncstowu JMcrt. FO BI.IHHKD EVERY THUltSDAY BY E. H. & 0. H. FOSTER, Payable in Adrance. Oat.Year. poetage'paid Six Months. MET ADVERTISING RATES. Payable Quarrerl? iu Advance. (•WAN N. FMTKI, EDITOR. lfOKT TOTTKW. I teas fran aar Edltar. FORT TOTTKN, D. T, June 6th, 1879. DEAR ALERT: The boys in blue were paid off by Major Reese on Wednesday last, and of course •re happy. Privates John Norton of company 17th Infantry, and M. Smith, of company K, 7th Cavalry, after getting their money, concluded that they wanted to spend it in the settlements and taking their needle guns, and 100 rounds of amunition each having well supplied their eommi«ary department with caned corned beet, Ac., and "borrowing," to use a mild expression, an Indian pony, or two, deserted. The party of scouts got ftfjkr them, overtook them 14 miles from the fort, in a patch of woods, in which they were hiding, until night should come again, and arresting them, brought them in last night. E. W. Brenn...

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. — 12 June 1879

giic ^umeftowii J7«r/. E. H.&C. H. FOSTER, Publishers. JAMESTOWN. D.T THE WORLD'S DOINGS. FATAL KA1LROAD ACCIDENT. Aii excursion train, June ti. en the Utah Western narrow gauge railroad, was thrown from the track near Black Rock. 'Brakcinim killed, and conductor slightly injured. No passengers hurt. •fy A KATA *'At Wolmrn, Mass. 11. June {, a tire in the Mcrriirtuckchemical company's works, caused a los* of St0,000 insured. W. V. Weeks bookkeeper for the company, fell into a pool of vitrol and was fatally burned. Several oth­ ers were badly burned with vitrol. MlI.ITAKY 1IOKOKS. A Leavenworth, KB., dispatch i-uvs two companies of the Ninctceth United States infantry and a. regimental band, under the conimarifl^f .Oitptuin Luko O'Reilly, leftFort Leavenworth on the afternoon of June :5 for Carrollton, Mo., to assist at the funeral of Gen­ eral .fames Shields. «,»*»« A BOY MUKDEKKK. At liohrcrsville, Washington countv. 3laryland June 5. Lewis S. Miller, aged 15, shot and killed C...

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. — 12 June 1879

,U«..MUJ-.IUIK.'.V, »:,W At* POLITICAL NOTES. Tito ttliio Democratic Nomination# iind Plat­ form. The Democratic convention at 3:30 i». M. proceeded to ballot for Governor, Rice, Bishop and Ewing being the candidates. The first ballot stood Bishop 205, Bice 262, Ewing 160, Ward 6. Necessary to a choice 317. Bfeforethe second ballot was announced votes began to change to Ewing irom Bishop and from that time out it was a stampede and Ewing w.as declared nominated with hurrahs. BICE SECOND PLACE. Gen. A.' V. Rice, of Putnam, was nominated by acclamation for Lieutenant Governor. OTHER NOMINEES. The other nominations are as follows: Treasurer—Anthony HoW(Bllsr.of Stark. Auditor—Chas.- Rumelin, of Hamilton. Judge of the Supreme Court—W. J. Gilmore, of Prieble. Attorney General—Isaiah Pillars, of Allen. Member of Board of Public Works—Patric O'Marah. of Cuyahoga. THE PLATFORM. The following platform was adopted: Resolved, That the Democracy of Ohio de­ mand free and fair elections, and to ...

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. — 12 June 1879

Jamestown gilcvt. RI&IWAAB XVKRY TUIRSPAT XY (•ft ubout it. •:\er FOSTER, JAMESTOWN. DAKOTA. TER THURSDAY, JUNK 12,187i. LOCAL BIM —Ohow Jackson's Host Sweet Sa\y •tobacco. —A«. D. M. Kelleher'a hotel is full all the time also Cban. Bassett's. —Last Saturday afternoon there was a horse race for the beer, Kelleher's, horse won. —G. J. Goodrich A Son are enlarging their blacksmith shop, and have put in mother forgo. —Mr. J. Tidd, Fairbanks man, arrived here Honda and put up W. \V. Bill's 4 ton wagon scale. —Major Reves come down from Fort Totten after paying at the post, and went fast Monday noon. —Last Thursday, a cow was knocked the track by the cars,.and her hind leg broknn at the seven mile cooley. —We have had considerable wind and rain the last week which will benefit the rops, and make breaking easier. —Antoin Klaus and wife, arrived from Bay, Wisconsin yesterday, bringing a cook and lour girls for the hotel. —Brick for Sale.—Parties desirous of obtaining brick, will save m...

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. — 19 June 1879

VOL 1. N f) uncstotmt Alert. i'MUJUHKl) KVK1SY TIH'RiiDAY MY E. H. & C. II. FOSTKK. JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA TEH. BUtBSORIPTION RATES. Payable in Advance. *'M0 (toe Year, piMta&e paid. Hi* Mi*i«lh». l.ai) NET ADVERTISING RATES. I'uyable (Juar'erlv in Advance. \t. I tneli, iiie'ic*. 8 iifhe*. cinckt*. I C«IU'.^R, eniumn. 1 actum?!. l.eft 2 fiO 3 4 M) 4.5ft 1.50 2.:. 4 'Ml MM rtft 1 yr 12. Cxi KOO SM.Of SO.O" 2 00 S'.Vi "•0 ..I. m. ft 111. 8.50 4.(10 7.00 4.(« 8 KJ t'J.OO fi 00 14 1K.00 7.00 «K» **.00 8.«v lii.O 2\ 1 H» \5FC"» 8.MI LL.OI' 1»,W 1V(» 3«.(MI 86.00 1ST "0 15 «0 1S 00 81 (HI 00 65.00 1UO.OO PERSONS finding tins notion in their paper crossed, will UDderstand that their subscriptions liavc expirert, and are re­ quested to renew the came. EDWARD M. FOSTER, EDITOR. AX AWFUL PERIL Chan. Slay'* NfBMatiouH While Cling­ ing HIM Han to the fcds* of a Precipice One Thousand Feet Above the Arkansas K»plil«. Denver Tribune Claries iMay ami his brother Robert, in the:spring of 1870, o...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 19 June 1879

1 I t. '}?a Hi •. I 4. I j(pf $mmtom\ JW«'/. £. H. & C. H. FOSTER, Publishers. JAMESTOWN. D.T THE" WORLD'S DOINGS. GKEENBACK CONVENTION. A Greenback convention assembled in St* Paul, June 10. Hon. I. Donnelly presided. Ara Bstrton was nominated for Governor, and full State ticket was put in the field. CYCLONE. A violent storm passed over the city of Lawrence, Kansas about 5 p. m. June 9. The steeple of the Baptist church was blown down the roof of the State University building seri­ ously damaged*'and a number of other build­ ings unroofed.' .Miss Fannie Carmen "was seri­ ously hurt by flying debris, and several other persons injured." KOBBEKY AND MURDEIl. A San Antonia Texas special of-J une 13. says the stage was stopped by forty masked men near Mcnardsville, Wednsday night, and the mail bags rifled. On the day after occured i. the murder of Mrs. Colsun arid daughters by Indians. Two men were kiiled by them on the upper Frio. The Indians also attacked a par­ ty of ten tamped, ...

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. — 19 June 1879

and Humor. »s A monarch of theseize—the sheriff. To hit a man on thci head is a: nob knocktious proceeding. They have had fourteen elopements within a year at Akron. It is becoming Akronic evil there. An Irishman who was a trifle "light­ headed" said he had "pulled more at. the Cork than he could Kerry." When a cow kicked a man to death in Ohio last week, a mule stood by and laughed himself to fits., When the little frog was scooped up from the spring he found himself within the pail of civilization. Lettuce is ih market,' Also- three new and handsome styles of bilious pills of a very analytical tendency. The Lewiston Gazzette knows a fid­ dler who "draws the hairs of the equine over the intestines of the feline in a most masterly manner The Cleveland Voice makes this re­ ply to a scientific inquirer: "You are worng trachinaj do not infect pig-iron you can continue to eat the. latter with impunity."" William Agustus to sleepy room­ mate: "Come John Henry, why .don't you get up with ...

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. — 19 June 1879

gamtstonttra" £Ucrt. NBUUN nan THCHSDAT BY E. H.AC.E FOSTER, JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA. TER THURSDAY, JUNE 1J. 1879. LOCAL SIP-BAPS. —Rain plentiful. —Crops looking fine. —Rain on Thursday, Friday and Satur. •toy. —Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy 'tobacco. —Capt. Morris came back from Valley City, Tuesday —Last Thursday night it rained at Bis­ marck for 10 hours steady. —Mr. Harris' well on his homestead has now 33 feet of good water. —The water in the James River is con­ siderably higher since the mill-dam was put in. —List Saturday, two recruits arrived irom tlie West, and three from the East, tor Fort Totten. —A- C. Stringer, who was with M. S. X&ltby left yesterday for the east We *re soiry to lose him. —We tad a pugilist in town last week, ^mt he is gone. He sobered up and went to work the next day. —Mr. McKechnies crew, at noon on Tuesday, caught two barrels of ffeh, at the *nd of the mill-race with bags. —Lieutenant Nickerson, arrived here last Saturday, and started for Fort Totte...

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. — 26 June 1879

$ki -'*4' W I !«fe» •si'U w$ J«- fe? ri"* 4:1 *$ ft 1' SIS lii iitfto? «ii| *Ii,?• foil gt-fit v'j1 &' fe Jlamjestcmra &tert. .PUBLISHED KYKRY THURSDAY BY E. FI. & C. H. FOSTER, JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA TER. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable in Advance. One Year, postage paid ,$2.10 VMx Months. ....' 1.30 NET ADVERTISING RATES. Payable Quarterly in-Advance. w. a w. 1 1 inch, 2 inches, inches, 4 inches. column, column. Idi. 6 m. "l.OO 200 300 4.«0 4.50 1.50' 2.75 4,(i0 5,« 6.00 Ul 12.09 2 00 3:5 5.0 fi.OK 7.-r •i.50 4.00 7.00 4.00 8 00 12.00 6 00 :i 00 lli.OO 7.'10 15 K) 20.00 8.23 lft.O S.V 0 18.00 84.00 ao.o« SJS.OO ®.oo 8.im 11.00 14.011 15.00 2«.Mt 30.00 1 colnmn. 13 1* o« is «n »t.»« ••.on 65.00 100.00 PERSONS fluding this notice in their paper crossed, will understand that their subscriptions have expired, and are re­ quested to renew the same. EDWARD H. FOSTER, EDITOR. lteaofit froui our Editor. FORT TOTTEN, D. T., June 24th, 1879. DEAR ALERT: Matters are on the quiet order now...

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. — 26 June 1879

E. H.&C. H. FOSTER, Publishers. JAMESTQWN. J). THE WORLD'S DOINGS. HOTEL BUltNED. At Chippewa, Falls, June 20 the Wis­ consin house, owned by James Parent was burned nothing saved, cause unknown insured for $2,500. BUKNED TO DEATH. June 19 the residence of Samuel Mil ler, of Mantorsville, Pa., was burned. Mrs. Miller perished in the flames and her husband is not expected to recover from his burns. FATALLY SHOT. At Wolfville, N. Y., June 20, Bessie Harris was fatally shot by Dr. Albert De Wolf. Two years ago she secretly married De Wolf. They separated and De Wolf proposed raui ion. She refused. OREGON MUNICIPAL ELECTION. In the city elections at Portland, Ore­ gon, June 10, the Republicans elected the mayor and two councilmen—the Democrats the balance. In the election in East Portland the Republicans made a clean sweep. YELLOW FEVElt IN NEW YORK. Advices from New York city to June 17, say that Dr. Vanderpool, health officcr at quarantine, says that unless a rigid quaran­ tine is...

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. — 26 June 1879

The Sign of the Wild Bear. A person who kept an inn by the road (le went to a painter, who, for a1 time, wcl set up liis easel in a town not a hun fred miles from Lake Ontario, and in­ jured for what sum the painter would jjaint him a bear for a signboard. It was t(» be a "real good one," that would at tjact customers. "Fifteen dollars." replied the painter. "That's too much," said the innkeeper. Tom Larkins will do it for ten." The painter cogitated for a moment. Ie did not like that his rival should get a commission in preference to himself, ijjlthough it was only for a signboard. "Is it a wild one or a tame one?" he quired. "A wild one, to be sure." "Wi,th a chain or without one?" again sked /the painter. "Without a chain," was the reply. "Well, I will paint you a wild bear ithout a chain for ten dollars." The bargain was struck, the painter set work, and in due time sent home the ignboard. on which he had painted a ugh brown bear of the most ferocious .spect. The signboard was t...

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. — 26 June 1879

Jamestown &Icvt. n. m,JfjUED ST BUT THURSDAY KY E. H. & C. H. FOSTER. JAMESTOWN. DAKOTA TER THURSDAY, .JUNE 26. 1879. LOCAL RIP-SAPS. Road Master A. E Taylor is in town. —Chew Jackson'* Best Sweet Navy Tnliaceo. —Mr. Jones will leave for Chicago to­ morrow noon. —J. 1) Howard and Goo. Huse passed WEST, MONDAY. —Tla* boarding cars and work train urived here yesterday. —E. W. Brenner isexpectcd up from St. Paul in a couple of days. —L M. Marshal), arrived yesterday iroui Green Bay, Wisconsin. —Superintendent II. A. Towno passed, west to Bismarck this afternoon. —Last Tuesday three cars of soldiers passed west for the Milk River post. The 8th Siding has got a P. O., and in the future will be called Spiritwood. —Mr. Wdliatn Moore is up and around working, and his leg is almost healed up. —Geo. R. Stuntz, one of Duluth's old it ttlers, passed east from Bismarck, Mon­ day. "—Q. B. Gubtil, of Fargo, went east' Monday, after a months' absence beyond Bismarck. —Mr9. George Goodhue ar...

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. — 3 July 1879

VOL 1. gamjcstowtt PCBLISNED EVERY THURSDAY BY E. II. & U. H. FOSTER, JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA TER. eUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable in Advance. •n« Year, pontage paid., fix Mouths, I tech, inches, inches, 4 inches. column, column. 1 column .$3.10 1.30 MET ADVERTISING RATES. Payable Quarterly in Advance. 1 w. w. jtv. iii. Hm. rt m. ly». l.no 1.D0 2(10 2. SO 4.(to 7.00~15M» 2 00 2 'T. 3 5 4 DO 8 00 12 00 18.00 soil 4.i0 r, i0 1)0 13 00 16.00 84.00 4.W) R.ITF in T.iio 15 no jjri.flo 80.0I* 4.50 6.00 7 S.25 lfi.Oi 25.M» SFL.FLO 8.W» 11.On »t 15.IMI "H.IKI 3n (h) 60.00 4 *5.00 100.00 PERSONS finding this notice in tUeir paper crossed, will understand that their •ubscriptions have expired, and are re­ peated to renew the same. EDWARD N. FOSTER, EDITOR. Item* from oar Editor. FOKT TOTTEN, D. T., June 24th, 1879. DKAR AI.EHT The item* of interest at this post for the past week, are Hie muster of the com­ mand for pay, 011 June 3Uth. There is nothing that a solder liko»s better than muster for pav,...

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. — 3 July 1879

$a»wtowt\ $trU E. H. & C. H. FOSTER, Publishers. JAMESTOWN. D.T THE WORLD'S DOINGS. HOTEL BUltNED. MOLLY MAGUIKES TO IIAJIG. The supreme court has sustained the decision of the lower court in the ease of Peter Mimics and John O'Neill, Molly Maguires con yieteil in Northumberland county, Pa., and sentenced to be hanged for the* murder of Coroner Hesser in 1874 FOUND DROWNED. The body of Marshall Davis, a promi­ nent insurance agent of Toledo, O., was found in the river June 23. Nothing is known as to the circumstances of his death, but it is sup­ posed the case was accidental. Davis entered the service at the outbreak of the rebellion as sergeant major and served on the staff of Maj. Gen. -James B. Stedcman. THE MURDEUEli OF MRS. HULL. June 25.—Christian Cox, the murderer of Mrs. Hull, was taken from Boston, where lie was arrested, and sent to New York. Cox was first brought to the Twenty-ninth precinct, in which the murder was committed, and the usual entry was made 011 the blot...

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. — 3 July 1879

Kt KING ALFONSO'S MARRIAGE. Royal Love-Making—Alfonso's Chosen Bride —The Archduchess Marie Christine of Aus­ tria. (From the London Daily Telegraph.] Eleven months have elapsed since the young king of Spain was bereft of a lovely and amiable consort, to whom he was passionately attached and whose death affected him so deeply that for some time atter that melancholy event he led the life of a recluse and it was even feared that the vehemence of his grief might prompt him to renounce his ex­ alted positson in the hope of finding con­ solation in religious practices. The mar­ riage of Alfonso de Bourbon with his cousin, Maria de las Mercedes d'Orieans, was a genuine love match. The king, youth of an ardent and romantic tempera mont, had bestowed his affections upon his beautiful kinswoman in the days oi his early boyhood, and maintained an un­ flinching constancy to the object of his juvenile passion through his long exile from his native country and wanderings in many lands. Great an...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 3 July 1879

gamcstmmt £Vtnt. PUBLISHED KVKRY THIKSIMY UV E. H. A O .E FOSTER, JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA. TEU THL RSDAY, JULY. 1879. —Chiin. Basset is an bu.-v for its (-in be. .—Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy Tobacco. —A. Klaus is having a new b«rti built Wk'of his hotel. —Hagart, the U. S. Deputy Marshall, went east yesterday. —The family of Win. McLean arrived here last Saturday noon. —(.4. \V. Good rich lert for Fargo last Monday, and returned this noon. —K. M. Winslow is having a house and office built east of the Dakota House —Mr. II A. Towue, .Superintendent of tlie:N. P. lv. It, parsed east last Friday. Heavy rain and very hr&vv wind last Monday night, fcr about tifteeu minutes —M. S. Maltby commenced hauling timber for his new meat market Wednes­ day. '—A. McKechnie started this morning to locate the mail stations on the new route. —A Sergeant and ibur soldiers came down from Fort Totten, yesterday, at noon. S. Maltby purchased 11 head of -uieep from the drover, mentioned else­ where. —Brot...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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