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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 17 November 1887

Kv 1 I I 1 tt 1 '& m^: mi a M. 1 :. j"! e& -^S? lif^ v- Itsi *, AFCFETESI' JV WtVVf TIT 1 The amesto wn Alert TEEiM S: The Dally Alorr is delivered in th. city by car­ riers, at 76 cents a month Daily, one year $8 00 Daily, tix 00 Daily, three months j*{ Weekly, one year Weekly, six months DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAY) & WEEKLY W. R. KELLOGG. A mEETiNG of Eddy county settlers has been called to send a committee to con­ fer with the Northern Pacific officials about a much needed reduction in freight rates, to fuel dealers at New Rockford. ATTORNEYS and officers of the district court, are inclined to think that Judge Francis may not be on hand to open court on the 22nd, to which time it was adjourned from the regular term. Noth­ ing has been heard from the judge one way or another, but the above impreraion seems to prevail. ATTORNEY GENERAL TEMPLETON is re­ ported as saying that both boards of the Yankton asylum are looking after the in­ stitution's business. The old one has the b...

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. — 17 November 1887

A RICH GOLD FIND. DISCOVERY OF WOKDBBFVUY PRO­ DUCTIVE MINES IN ARIZONA. One Mln« Coimldered the Rlclieat in the World—"Gold Clings to the Bocks in Pure Scales"—People Flocking to the Region in Great Numbers. PUESCOTT, Ariz., Nov. 16.—Private ad­ vices show that the recently, discovered gold mine, ten miles from here on the Massayitmpa river, is richer by far than anything discovered in the world. The ore averages $1,000 per ton and thousands are in sight. Two men yesterday with a common mortar pounded out $800 in less than one hour. The gold clings to the rock in the purest scales. A man with a knife can scale off a handful in a few minutes. This river has produced millions in years past in place of mining, and on one occasion a pocket was found which yielded $100,000 in a few weeks, People are flocking there in great num­ bers. INSURING DEBTS. A New York Company Formed for the Protection of Merchant*. NEW YORK, NOV. 16.—Articles of in­ corporation for "The Dry Goods, Credit, Guara...

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. — 17 November 1887

in FUr ifl W\'M '1 11 I 1 'i *1:. 'i Ht V' mp* f^^' ,v HA «VV MORE DETAILS. Three Hundred Police on Duty In and Around the Building to Prevent an Outbreak. Last Night on Earth of the Doomed Wen— Scenes in and Around the Jail—The Anarchists' Families. Desired to Make Speeches. CHICAGO, NOV. 11.—Spies, Fielden and Fischer made a request! to the sheriff this morning that they be allowed twenty minutes on the scaffold In which to make speeches. The request was written by Fischer and signed by them all. The request was not granted. BECAME UNRULY. Sirs. Parson's creates a Sensation at the Jail by Her Hysterical Violence. CHICAGO, NOV. 11.—The only sensa­ tional feature was the attempt of Mrs. Parsons to get through the cordon of po­ lice which surrounded the jail. She ap­ peared on the scene accompanied by her two children and about a dozen of her friends. She asked permission to get through and into the jail. This was of course refused, whereupon she became very violent, attempted to cra...

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. — 17 November 1887

and Schwab finally signed petitions for commutation. All these things can only be alluded to here. Among other cuts we give a portrait of Sheriff Matson, of Cook county, Ills., who, by virtue of his offlce, has charge of all executions in Qhiccgo. THE C6NDEMNED MEN. Brief biographical sketches of the con* demned are here given: August Theodore Vincent Spies (pronounced Bpees) is credited with being the brains of the movement. He has piren his experience in an autobiography which is regarded as tho work of a genius by his friends, and as "eloquent insanity in print" by those who are opposed to him. He was born Dec. 10,1S65. in the "old robbers'- «ostle •fejZdtMcif OOUXSEL ron bsrawm of Landeek," central Germany one of his early playthings was an old torture rack with which the nobles used to extort money from Jews or "regulate1* the peasants, and his favorite haunt In childhood was on the' edge of a deep chasm into which the robber barons used to throw "the pretty girls of the villag...

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. — 17 November 1887

1AMEST0WN POPULATION 3.500 James'own, the metropolis and trade center of the upper James River Valley, Is the county 8 n. or Stutsman county. It is equidistant from Fargo and Bismarck, about one hundred miles from each, and Is located on the most beautiful site along the lileof the Northern Pacific Railroad, between the bluffs and the banks of the Jainee River. The machine and repair shops and headquarters of the DaKOta division of the Northorn Pacific, and of tie Jamestown & 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. It has now direct connection with Southern Da­ kota and southern and eastern points,via tlieJames towu & Oalces branch of the Northern Pacific railroad, and the Chicago & Northwestern Exten­ sion. The St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba, and the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul from I he eouth to Jamestown, are in process of comple­ tion. ...

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 November 1887

*P VIEW WITH DISTRUST WASHINGTON OFFICIALS SUSPICIOUS OF TUB NOHTIIKltN PACIFIC. They Consider Indications I'olnt to Collu­ sion in tho Indemnity Lands Suits— Northern Pacific Oflloials Denounce the Matter an Wholly Sensational. WASHINGTON, Nov. 23.—Some of tho Interior department officials loolt with a good deal o£ suspicion upon the suits which dispatches from St. Paul announce have just been instituted by the North­ ern Pacific railroad against cer­ tain settlers in Dakota the object of which is to get a decision that will reverse the stand taken by Secretary Lamar on Aug. 15 in his decision in re­ gard to tho indemnity lands of the North­ ern Pacific company. Tho indications are thought to point to ajjcollusive suit. The suits were commenced at a mo­ ment when there was a MIC nicy in the office of commissioner of the general land office, aud while the suit can, of course, not be prosecuted without at­ tracting the attention of Mr. Sparks' suc­ cessor, it looks a little as if the...

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 November 1887

THE ALERT. OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY A Bashful Couple. Rev. J. H. Hartmuu's departure for Tower City was deferred last night for the accommodation of a young couple who were quietly mado one at the Baptist chapel last evening. The parties wished tho affair to remain a secret for a time, and Mr. Hartman accordingly refused to reveal their identity, which is still in the dark. It is dollars to conts that some people who are pretty good detectives in such matters will know it idl before many suns have set. It is not known whether the voung couple roside tho city or county, or whether they are at present remaining here, but some people say they have been regular attendants at the Bap­ tist services for several years. It is probable that the usual bridal trip will be dispensed with in this case. To Test the Law. Fargo Republican: It is rumored that a coterie of attorneys has proposed to the liquor dealers of Cass county that the latter shall place ten thousand dollars in bank 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. — 24 November 1887

TRADE REVIEW. WEEKLY STATEMENT OF TIIE K. O. DU3 JfOUTHWISSTlCIlN BRANCH. Reports Indicate a Healthy Condition of Trade Among Country Merchants—Da­ kota Local Option Being: Watched With Interest by Wholesalers—.lllnueupolig AVht'at Market. ST. PAUL, NOV. 19.—The following weekly statements of the condition of trade in the Northwest have been sent by R. G. Dun & Do. to the main office: Jobbers in the various lines report very nice orders coming in, but admit that the fine weather of the past few weeks has had a depressing effect upon trade. They look forward, however, to an active spurt as soon as cold weather sets in. Collections continue to be reported as fairly satisfactory, with a slight falling off as compared with the previous week. Reports from interior points indicate a healthy condition of the country mer­ chants, who appear to be generally in pretty good shape, and are looking for­ ward to satisfactory results for the busi­ ness of the year. The extent of railroad build...

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 November 1887

0 •Bt: The Jamestown Alert O? 33 DR13VC S The Daily Alert i* delivered in tha city by car­ riers, at is to a month. Daily, one year Daily, BIX month* Duilv- throe months., Weekly, one your Weekly, six mouths., finc*8 }8 00 4 00 a oo a oo 1 00 DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAY) & WEEKLY KELLOGG. THE drouth in western Illinois still continues with unexampled severity. It is becoming a serious question with many farmers how to get water for stock. IN accordance with their notice, the Northern Pacific has begun suit against eettlers OD the indemnity lands. The settlers named in the case live in Minne­ sota, and filed pre-emptions in the Fargo and St. Cloud land offices. The matter is expected to come up for hearing Decem­ ber 12. CAPTAIN J. B.WOLOEMTJTH, the efficient purchasing agent of the Territorial Farm­ ers' alliance, which haa been recently in­ corporated, is preparing to erect a ware­ house and other buildings necessary to carry on the supply business. Aberdeen is to be the headquarters,...

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 November 1887

THE CATHOLIC BAZAAR. The Ladies of the Catholic Church make a Brilliant Success of their Jintortaln -ineiit at the Rink last Nlglit. The Catholic bazaar opened in the Opera rink last night, and a3 usual a large crowd was in attendance. The booths and stands have been very artist­ ically gotten up. and the ladies have dis­ played their customary good taste in the manufacture of fancy articles for sale, and in the general arrangement of the whole affair. There are several tables where refreshments of various kinds are served, and these seemed to obtain their full share of the crowds' attention last night. The entertainment was opened by a vocal and instrumental concert in which "The Gloria" from Farmer's mass was rendered by the St. James choir, con­ sisting of Mr. and Mrs. A. Blowett, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Klaus, Mrs. A. Klaus Jr., Mi«R Lena Bellivou, and Mr. Frank Lenz, with Mrs. P. H. Foley as organist, This waB followed by a duet entitled "Whispering Bells" by Mrs. A. Klaus Jr., and ...

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 November 1887

ROOMS FOR BACHELORS. WEN IN SINGLE BLESSEDNESS WHO DO THEIR OWN HOUSEWORK, •j.gtx, rtou.scKceplng Where Women Are Excluded—Reporters, Actors, Mechanics anil Clerks Who Cook Their Own Meals. A l'eep lit the Rooms. An advertisement in a late paper, offer­ ing furnished rooms for housekeeping for gentlemen only, was the cause of merri­ ment at a fashionable uptown boarding house. The advertisement was credited with being a typographical blunder, but the sad eyed actor who was waiting for a date that never came put all doubts at rest by affirming that the advertisement meant just what it said. 'There is more than one house in New York," he said, "where single men rent rooms and do their own housekeeping, cooking, making beds, sweeping, and so ou, and a nice life it is if a man i« built that way. I am proud to say that while I was down on my luck I occupied an alcove room in this house mentioned in the advertisement. I paid $3 a week and lived for §2 more. A legacy left to mo by my aunt ...

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 November 1887

•4 f't i• °i'' FIFTIETH CONGRESS. SOME POLITICAL POINTERS IiEGARD INO THE COMING SESSION. Independents and Republicans if United Would Balance the Democrats in the House—Request of Settlers to Buy In Their Farms Denied by Acting Secre­ tory Muldrow. WASHINGTON, NOV. 21.—In the house of representatives of the fiftieth congress there will be 168 Democrats, 153 Repub­ licans and 4 Independents. This gives the Democrats a majority of 11 over all, or a majority of 15 over the Republicans if the Independents, so called, are to act as an independent party. What the conten­ tions of the four Independents are is not known. Three'of them are of Repub­ lican antecedents, and the other of Demo­ cratic. Included in the list of 168 Demo­ crats are four representatives who, while returned Democrats, were elected, as distinctively labar candidates or as the representatives of the labor element, and who, it is understood, owe their election in some measure' to Republican votes. Some of these gentlem...

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 November 1887

"35 aro'wiw»wiiw*oii^« IAMESTOWN O A I O N 3 5 0 0 Jamestown, ti«o metropolis and trailo center of the upper James liiver Vulloy, Is the county 8 "i, or Stntsraau county. It is equidistant from Far^o and Bismarck, about one hundred miles from each, and is located ou the moat beautiful site nlon^ tlie I woof the Northern Pacific Katlroad, between the bluffs atid the banks of the James River. The machine and repair Nhopsand headquarters of the DaKota division of the Northern Pacific, and of tiic Jamestown & Northern ratlroads.are located bere and it is the shipping and distributing point Tor the vitft scope of country to the northwest reached by tho latter railroad. It has now direct connection with Southern Da­ kota and soul hern and eastei points,via t'.icJ ames town & Oalvcs branch of tlus Northern Pacific railroad, and the Chicago & Northwestern Exten­ sion. Tlie St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba, and the Chicago, Milwaukee *fc St. Paul from the south to Jamestown, ...

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. — 1 December 1887

3 #5 up •as*.,: S4?$S'' S5?:" kt:: IN FAVOR OF SHARP. THE COURT OF APPEALS REVERSES THE LOWER COURT'S DECISION, *r.-r I All the Judge's Concurring—A Slight Chance That the ISoodler May Yet Es cape Sing Sing—Progress of the Areus dorf Case. ALBANY, NOV. 30.—Jacob Sharp HAS hope for freedom yet. The court of ap­ peals this morning handed down a decis­ ion reversing the opinion of the lower court. It was unanimous. Judge Daq forth wrote the opinion and a supple­ mental opinion was written by Judge Peckham. When the news of the Sharp decision reached the county court house it created considerable stir among the lawyers pres­ ent in the numerous courts. The general opinion seemed to he one of approval. Mr. Clark, law partner of Congressman Bourke Cochran, who argued the case on appeals, on receiving the news at once started to Ludlow street jail to convey the glad tidings to Jacob Sharp. He first saw Mrs. Sharp. She cried with joy and said she had heard so many rumors that she found it d...

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. — 1 December 1887

§i: 1 •te§ :tUtlH-!iVrtif:^fmk'iUili,^ijMi)fr THE BAZAAR CLOSE?, After Three Klghta of Gratifying? Succ'eoa the Catholic Bazaar Comes to an End— The Iiucky Winners of Prlr.es. The fun, excitement and sociability S whith rant hrough the three evenings of the Catholic bazaar and formed a marked feature of the entertainment, came to an end Wednesday night. The good feel­ ing and general expressions of satisfac­ tion amid which the bazaar closed, are a source of much pride and pleasure to the ladies in charge, who thus see the appre­ ciation with which their long weeks of arranging and planning are viewed. So­ cially and financially the affair was a big success—and on the whole it adds an­ other to the long list of social and finan­ cial triumphs which have earned the la­ dies of that church the reputation of suc­ cessful entertainers and competent man­ agers in such affairs. Wednesday evening was probably the most interesting and exciting of the three. For several long hours a crowd st...

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. — 1 December 1887

TRADE OF THE WEEK. Bradstreeta Report a Lighter Volume of Trade for ThaDttagiving Week—Treas­ ury Receipts Smaller Than Usual- Money Murketa Closer and Lofins Ad vance—Failures of the Week. NEW YORK, NOV. 38.—Special telegrams to Bradrtreet's point to somewhat irregu­ lar trade conditions during the week, with a smaller total volume of general trade, owing to the observance of Thanks­ giving day. The advancing tendency of prices in speculative lines continues, but the reaction leaves smaller recorded net gains, with very active trading in grain and stocks. The feature in the special treasury state­ ment to Bradstreet's this week is the largest decrease of the available bal­ ance—a decrease amounting to over $14, 000,000 The gross receipts of the gov­ ernment show a decrease as compared with last week. The treasurer's bal­ ance with, the depository banks shows an increase for the week somewhat under that for the week preceding, and the bonds deposited. The leading money markets are n...

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. — 1 December 1887

vv -i!*7 •T* 1 1 The amesto wnAlert El HIM S •I'lu, Daily Alurt is delivered in tlu- city ly car­ riers, at 7o cents month. Daily, one year 9® Daily, six months Daily, three months J'"" Weekly, one year Weekly, six months 1 DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAY) & WEEKLY "VV. R. KELLOGG. CAPT. DAN MARATTA, U. S. marshal], who has been frequently reported as say ng the office was not worth a man's time to attend to it, has now resigned accord­ ing to the Aberdeen Kepublican and Yankton Press & Dakotian. Kecent rulings he says, have so cut down the fees of deputies, that there is not suffi­ cient compensation to pay expenses. Take it altogether there are dark spots on the sun for many democrats in Dako­ ta, and democrats too who have "kept the party organized," and never grow weary for many years. HON. GEO. CROSE, speaker of the last house of representatives, is addressing th© farmers in various towns in central Dakota on the benefits of the Territorial Alliance corporation. The principal ob­ ...

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. — 1 December 1887

•ELDRIDGE NEWS. John liartin, our favorite blacksmith,is in the village shaking hands -with his numerous friends. John spent the sum­ mer at Melville, in the employ of Messrs. Carrington & Casey, and speaks very highly of the treatment he received at the hands of that Dopular company. Charles Symon has sold his famous team of black mares to John Heaney of Windsor, and has taken his departure for "Chicago, where he will engage in busi­ ness. J. Farr and family have removed •to Duluth, Minn. William took a car­ load of horses and mules, which he will use in freighting between Dulutli and Vermillion. As Geo. Spangler was returning from Jamestown a few evenings ago, his spir­ ited team became unmanageable and ran away, upsetting the wagon and bruising Goprge up considerably, It will be some time before he will be himself again. 'Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Hayes entertained aa number of their friends with a sumptu oas repast on Thanksgiving day. Detective Mike Fox was mousing around Tuesday ...

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. — 1 December 1887

lv SI i.Tf- fe'J 1 vji,f' ti jfif Stot* Ife A* £V.V :j*feak I «, $*& 1 •WiHMi II 1 %itm v., ... tv ~,w t%K 1 TAXES AND TARIFF. CLEVELAND TO EMPHATICALLY UK. HAND TAX REDUCTION. So Says Editor McClure, of the I'liilartel phiu Times—Measures I'ro posed Tor the Revision of the Tari ff—Gcnunil Kesiiltt of tlie Rccvut "Oak View Conference." PHILADELPHIA, Nov.1} 20.—Col. A. K. McClure, editor of the Times, telegraphs from Washington that he is warranted in making these statements There has never been an attempt on the part of the president or Speaker Carlisle to settle upon a basis for tariff revision, Mr. Carlisle will be elected speaker. He will not attempt to force any particular tariff policy upon the party. There will be no attempt to frame a tari If bill or a bill reducing internal taxation without the fullest confer­ ence between the representatives of all shades of opiuion on the subject, and any revision of the tariff must be upon the basis of protection to American labor aga...

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. — 1 December 1887

i1 iv- I' p--v MATTERS OF NEWS. HORRIBLE HAVINGS OF A CRAZED FBIBONKR AT KEOKUK. The Madman Tearing the Flesh From HI* Ximb* in Strips—A Delegation to Secure the Opening of the Sioux Reser­ vation—Dakota'* Vote—Many Other Matters of Interest. KEOKUK, Iowa, Nov. 28.—Harris Fachs, a Russian prisoner in jail here, ar­ rested for having attempted an assault upon a bridge gate-keeper to whom he refused to pay toll, became violently in­ sane in his cell. He raved and shouted imprecations upon the head3 cf his supposed persecutors, threatened the most horrible vengence upon tliose who bad caused Ms arrest and im­ prisonment, and acted in a man­ ner which clearly indicated that he was a fit subject for an asylum. When the officers went to the cell door a horri­ ble sight met their gaze. The man in the mad delirium was attempting to de­ vour himself. He was biting vigorously and viciously at his arms and hands and with every snap of his sharp teeth tearing away the flesh from these members i...

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