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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 5 January 1883

%.. A ty ?..:y)nv.'^ RISE NO MORE. A Gang of Thirty Convfcls Sink ia Flat Boat while G'rngsiii^n lUvor in ,,,„ J^»»i-th (woi:na. 4. -t\ Tbo Ntnn'soti (.cgislatiirc C.,:rn'fil '#t the C:i| it 1 Yf tfrd iy and I I cM Officers wit tout Funeral of Allen, llawainn minister, Wednesday, liemaius will be escorted to depot by troops and removed to Boston for interment. President and cabinet will attend the funeral services in t.te Unitarian church here. Excess of exports for twelve months ended ended Nov. 30, 1882, "was $1,431, 835 gold and silver coin and bullion lor same period was $32,701,307. Value ot imports into the United Stntes for the 12 months ended Nov. 30, 1882 was $750, 647,826, an increase of $00,400, 295. Val­ ue cf export domestic and foreign chandise 12 months ended Nov. 30, #752,082,621 decease $103,205,038. who tkm ItiKlli ''.sil.'V.llIi" .»('* 'OrM ill ..-.V»'.f»l 'r trii^gta. Fell From Brid?3( Spec'*! to the Aiort. BISMAIICR, Jan. 2—!• M. Monroe win found early New Year'...

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. — 5 January 1883

©he Wceliln JMnt "O SO JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA. DAKOTA NEWS. T!io Yankton Soimatlon, YANKTON, Dale., Dec. 30.—The marriage of ths Sister of Mercy, Mary Pant, to Dr. Ross, which came to lisht yesterday, continues to be the sensa­ tional topic here, and the Catholic people are much shocked over the mat­ ter. Father VVitiard to-day cave a full liistory of the case. lie says if Slater Mary Paul bad determined to marry, she could have bad her vows canceled and the marriage could have taleu ptuc« openly and in accordance with the rules of the church. He strongly condemns both Sister Paul aud the doctor. The following is a portiou of lii« statement: l)r. Jloua w.i9 admitted to the convent in the ca­ pacity of a physician. To the praise of the profes MIOD be it said, that not a doctor in a thousand would take advantage of his position to make love to a sister. When I first heard of this along time since I was given to understand that Dr. Ross had Xruchtened her by pretending to be crazy till she ...

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. — 5 January 1883

jtf jg 5 1 I 1 4- ill .X re Ok !, I V/ HISK fAKLUB. Vba way Into her parlor is "ud a winding stair" fli Japanese umbrellas are fastened here and there, Aad fans and peacock feathers bane with a careloss air. The door is low and curtained. I enter—over­ head ©listens elided cobweb: with reverence I tread Upon a Turkish prayer-tug in blue, old cold aud red. A stand ia set with dishes, fashioned in years ago: Sine platters on the mantel, and by the fire a slow A screen, whose crimson poppies are nodding ia a row. Vy I.djr presets me smiling: the violets I bring fill all tbe little parlor with happy thoughts of spring: Shadows dance on the coiling—I hope no ono will tins. A JEWEL OP A BOY. Jack Williamson, acting sub-manager and Inspector of branches for the Anglo-Chinese Banking corporation, was sitting one morning In bis room at tbe London head offico, sifting the huge pile of letters which tho homeward nail bad brought. To him enter the chief manager, MacDavid, with a blank look on h...

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. — 5 January 1883

%ii\' M' »••).'}) fig a IP 'Wf 1 he DAILY' AMD FF^i?in:r AEST- J.U.C wij jj-.ii.j The Jismarc.li Tribune doeo not believe that Guiteau vjas hung r.s reported last sutu.npr. It thinks he lue iuenUcsl crank that is now publishing the Elk Point Coyoto and howling aboui North Dakota. The Monrhead Enterprise says that about twenty men in the Fargo car v/heei and iron works struck for their pay the other Say, some of them clairoir.^ that they Lad not been paid for their ii'ovein -ber work yet. J. li. Hali, of the Kepubiican and W. L. Potter, of the Post, at Fargo, in their respective papers criticized tbs grand jury now sitting at the term of tiae dis­ trict court there for which some of the memoers of the grand jury mace com­ plaint and had the said editor arrested and b.ought into court to auswer to the charge ot contempt. Alter hearing the case Judge Hudson dismissed them with­ out r^i-rimand, and the said editors now perhaps have contempt for the grand jury in real earnest. It is rath...

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. — 5 January 1883

-/'••I V%1 i: 'ti 1 A. A. ALLjE.''!, If you Wild Lands. Money LUMBER, Teas, Coffeas, Canned a Is. Fork anil Hams, Patent Medicines, Piiints anil Oils, iV1*"**' Nniiii")' Pni/iii.'. ALLEN & :fefp And Ncgotalors of Fr.t '[ort.'jaye Loans. $200,000 "bo Loan on. Ixxx"px*OA7-©ci Lands Town Lots nml Farm Prccelv for u'so, (linesteads, Preemption and Tree Claim !{-1 nf|iiisl»n»t:tit-. Riisiiifs- h-fare ilia IJ. S. Lnnrl Office i»r»mpt-'y ftttenrtod to Insurance iffictml in tlu* ni"si re I :i1111• eomnuiiies. All business attended to will: |r •mptiM""* mil dispute!). The Orijiiul Jimss River Valley 3ooiii«irs, The Greatest Advertisers of the Jim River Valley, The tar jest List of Bargains in North Dakota, The Largest aies in tha James River Valley- E. P. WELLS & DUDLEY, Olli with the .1 i!11" 11 vnr N ii",ii»'i:il 1 i.1H 1, D. T. wan! to Buy or Sail Nousss and Lots Lots in Grand Bap ds, or Jo Loan By calling you will serve your own on or writing to this CHURCHILL & WEBSTER, Farm...

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. — 5 January 1883

Ml MNMP w-v 1- •m LINCOLN AND DAVIS. Some Unwritten History of the Civil War. From the San Francisco Argonaut. The war had enilcd many years ago, and the comrades of the Army of the Cumberland had mei in Detroit to com­ memorate one of its battles. Gathered among them was a gray-haired veteran, who had fought in Mexico, stood by An­ derson at Sumter and Moultrie in 1801 won two stars during the rebellion, and who now held the rank of colonel of infan­ try in the regulars, vith the thanks of con­ gress stowed away with his various com­ missions, up from a second-lieutenant to that of major-general. His wounds, his gallantry, and the number of engage­ ments in which he had defended our flag, never once passed his lips, but bits of rebellion history were often on them. I heard him say that Jeff Davis was one of the most billiant men ir? Mexico, and had proved himself a states­ men of rare ability, "Neverthe­ less," said he, "ho made a fool of him­ self at the most desperate time of his...

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. — 5 January 1883

yij. 4 engraving represents the Lungs in a healthy state A GOOD FAMILY REMEDY! STRICTLY FDKE. Harmless to the Most Delicatc. SY MRfaithful nse Conwuinption Itns been Cured wlkca other Remedies and Physicians hava (ailed to effert TIL Y/U. a cure. C. DIGGER, Merchant of Bowling Orecn, Va., writes April 4, 1881, that he wants us to knowthut (be LUNG BALSAM has cured ist mother of con­ sumption, after the physician liad given her up as lacnrabto. lie says, others knowing her case have token tho Balsam and been cured he thinks all so afflicted should give it a trial. A. GBAHAM A CO., Sanesvillo, Qhio, writes us Wholesale Druggists, ct the cure of MATHIAS FBEXMAN, a well-known citizen, who had been af­ flicted with Bronchitis in i's worst form for twelve yuan. The LUNO BALSAM cured him, as it has Bjany ethers of Bronchitis. As an Expectorant it has No Equal I FOR SALE by all MEDICINE DEALERS. WOMAN CAN\FF HEALTH OF WO WIPATMZEWIWANS THE HOPE WOMAN. 5J^E*3£THE RACE &&&&***...

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. — 5 January 1883

jwL** 11 fit Hiffe JH& ife# JiT "j »!«£$ *W 't 'VM &• •j J* "S'S'f" •.. cr* |T% Jamestown Alert. AILV AND WEEKLY. •i UEDEVERY FUIDAY EVENING. Br MARSHALL MCCLURE. TcHt"Piiy*kl« In Advance. KEKLY EDITION. VniOOPY. one year. #3 0 rtVR nopv. six monthi). SI 0 Sotlfe to Mulmrriltrm. Order for the Alert nnnceompanied by thecash are not recognized. Paper* will not be sent ionger Hun |«ud for. An on the margin of your pa­ llor denotes that yon have just "one week to in which to renew before being stricken from the lift. FIRST ?Regular communication first and third Wedensday •venings of each month. AH Masons in good standing are cordially invited to attend. Iin'good The official proceedings of the last meeting of the board of county commis­ sioners appears in the Alert this morning for the perusal of those who feel iuter. flsted in county affairs. Kev. N". D. Fanning conducted the funcial service at the burial of Willie Elliott yesterday morning, which was at­ tended at the residenc...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 12 January 1883

Vi?'- I 7 1 17 .," VOL 5. HOUllOll OF HOMORS! The Ituriiug the N -nr'i J' Houss at Hilwanken YcsWr.liiy the Hor­ ror of tin* 19th Century. Owr a Hun Ird Human Beings Made Sacrifices to the Veiiiroanco of The Fire Fiend. The Dasp&iring Annates App?ar at the Windows and Cliooss Between Crushing ant) Burning. Frantic Mothers Siiiehl th ir Children Until Exhausted Nature can do no more and Perish Together. A Missinff Man. Special to the Alert. VALLEY CITV, Jan. 10.—There IS con­ siderable excitement here orcr the sudden disappearance of a farmer named E. L. Smith, whose place is a few miles from town. hut. of late temporarily residing in town. Yesterday mortiiug he went to the river for water and has not been seen since. It is thought that owing to linan cial troubles he drowned himself by jump­ ing into the river through the hole in the ice. Men have been engaged all day cut­ ting the ice over the channel so as to drag the river. Me has a wife but no children, and his wife knows no...

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. — 12 January 1883

IWj «l\ t-r" r, 9 iiiikl f- V: p*f i«ht*»: The Alert DAILY AND WEEKLY MARSHALL McCLURE. The presidential succession bill -\vliicli passed the senate yesterday creates a long line of successors, and if it passes the house |it will require \a strong force of cranks ^o kill of the entire head of the executive department of the government. The rival church societies at Tower City have each been making commendable ex­ ertions to finish their church buildings first, but the Baptist folks were too rapid for their competitors, and last Sunday held their first services, liev. Mr. Field of Minneapolis preaching. Sunday Fioneer Press published a black list for the Northwest of persons who had abused the privileges of their railroad passes, which includes several members of the state legislature as well as news­ paper men. It is interesting reading es­ pecially-to those whose names appear in the list. Casselton Reporter: The Moorhead Enterprise has "climed the golden." It was a spicy and credit...

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. — 12 January 1883

iaHr iiiilm nnf VM Teas, Coffees, Canned Goods. Pork and Hams, Patent Medicines, Paints and Oils, It. M. WI.VSLOW, S. K. MCGINXIS A. A. ALLEX, WALLACE, 53f"St.rangers n3xfc No dissount3 Jam33toam, Laiul OIBce at Farjro, 1). 'P.. Dec. 1!), 18S2. Notice is hereby !yen tuatllie following niuii"il M»tti*r 1ms tiled notice of Ilis intention to make linal proof in support of his claim and secure final «Mitry thereof 011 the 21th day of January, lsiAj, viz: John Yns'.-n Grim, H. E. No. 11.915, for tne nw .!»' of sec.4, tp 141 n, 64 w, and names the follow­ ing as hi« witnc»«es, viz: James Gram, John It-id, Paul Paulson and Pe ter Mueller, all of Stut-man county. 1!. T. The testimony to be taken before Johnson Nirk ens. clerk of the district conrt, at Jamestown. •D. T., on the 2iJth day of January, A.l). 18»3. alt his office. y- A. A. ALLEN, Notary Piiblie. W. K. DO OB. ALLEN & DODGE, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, Ancl Negotators of Frst MorUjuye Loans. $200,000 -bo Loan on IxxxTpzc...

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. — 12 January 1883

tf J*"**, i§§ P* A JAMESTOWN ALERT. AILY AMD WEEKLY. SUED EVERY FlilDAY MB. EVENING. BY MAHSIXALL MCCLUUE. Tenia l'flVA)ii« in A1 vauee. KEKLY EDITION. NBCOPY, one year, ON TOPY. six months, From Satiirftaj'H oaiiv. Regular trains will be put on the town and Northern about the April. $2 0 SI 0 lotlcc t« NubmrribrtH. Order for the Alert unaccompanied by the cash are not recognized. Papers will not be Kent longer nan paid foi. An on the margin of vour pa­ per denotes that you have just one week to in ntcli to renew before being stricken from the list. T,IE l'tfBLISUBn. 1J1IBST PRESBYTERIAN CIIURCLLT.Iames JS town, D. T.,REV. N. D. FANNING, Pastor. tt.ir\K.-i- in ttie new church, at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 m., every Sabbath. Prayer meeting Wedness ay.evemnj at 7:30. CIIUROII.—Rev. W. L. Demorest,pas tor. Coi ner 5th ave. and 2nd st. Services on •very Sabbath, at 10.30o'clock a. m. and7:3Ap.m. JAMBSTO^II M)POE ?. & A. M! •Regular eommnr.xation first and third Wedensday each m.inth. All...

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. — 19 January 1883

$ 7i |i I Xy» t#*, -J«V , •fc Sfe fe': & & O I E E S Complete List of the Committee* of tho of the CouITil and House in the Dakota Legislature. Johnson Nickeus figures Prominently lu Several Honorable Positions of Trust and I iflnence. Territorial Legislature. YANKTON, Jan. 13—No business of im­ portance was transacted except tne ap­ pointment of standing committees. Tbe following are the standing committees appointed by President Scobey of tbe council. Judiciary.—Roberts, Wushabaugh and Jerauld. Education.—Burdick, Walsh and Zie­ bach. Elections —Jerauld, Dewey and Bur­ dick. Appropriations.—Ziebach, liurdick and Wnlsh. Railroads.—Xickeiis, Washabaugh am! Mcintosh. Territorial affairs.—Jackson, Nn-ki-n and Mcintosh. Counties.—Walsh, M-l»tosli and bach. Public printing—Washsibinigh, Zielmcli and Jackson. Public buildings.—D'HiaMs'm, JackM and Roberts. Mines and Mineral*. W aslinbaii^li. Donaldson and Nickeiis. (Jbaniablc and pttnal mstiiuiioiis. Dewey, Jackson and Washa augh...

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. — 19 January 1883

Straw* JMMMGL,L''"? ?&>/? MKfi8s®s»w-» 1 ,i J-- 4^-v mX gn rJ*^r »V 3*** & J- I: if 7 j® A DAILY AND WEEKLY MARSHALL McCLURE. Many a paper has started in afield al ready occupied merely "to supply along felt want," made a great flourish of trum­ pets and wound up, as stated by tlie fol­ lowing in the Caaielton Reporter: "Tlio ..Valley City Record has suspended publi cation. Another illustration of the in disputable fact tlat a second paper is bound to bo short-lived in a small town. ,- Valley City is a good town and the coun ty seat, but the Times, the original paper fully occupies that journalistic field. The Bozeman Courier says: From Col. Dodge we learn that all the piling has been driven for the North Pa­ cific bridges at the first crossing of the Qvllatin, and most of that requisite for the second crossing thus far the bridge timber can be placed in position in a few days and without delaying track-laying an honr. In the construction of tbe bridge across the Missouri...

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. — 19 January 1883

S*&c 5 i'M 1 *p\ A. A.ALLEN, Notary Pnblie. P. E. O.li 11c tvilli tin* niltf" Jamestown, iv A. 't'iLEX,'*f A I .1 r. 3c IS. WlLLAOK, i\. u. YOUR AH **5'nhn ffP momMzr ALLEN & DODGE, Attorneys and Gouncellors at Law, And Negotators of Frst Mortgage Loans. $200,000 -bo Loan on. Iim/pieo-v-eta. Xjaoo-dLs Town Lot* ind Farm Proneety for sale also, Homesteads, Pre-emption and Tree Claim Kel iiquishment*. Rosines* far* the U. 8. Land Offlco promptly attended to Insurance effected in tlie most reliable companies. All biisiuass attended to with promptness and dispatch. The Original Jamss River Valley Boomers, The Greatest Advertisers of the Jim River Valley» Tho Largest List of 8argains Wholesale and Retail Eenler in LUMBER. LATH AND SHIN6LLS Sash, 6wrs, Blinds, Monidings, lisil'ltfli' I^r, &c. Building Supplies Furnished to Contractors. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Legal Business Promptly Attended to. Contested Land Claims'be^ove the Local and (reneral Lan...

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. — 19 January 1883

IP •M THE JAMESTOWN ALERT. J- AU«Y AND WEEKLY. t/ED EVERY FRIDAY EVENING. Bv MARSHALL MCCLURB. Tenia.-..Pay**!,, A4TMW: EEICLY EDITION. -55 COPY, one year, ON COPY, tlx month*. cf e#cJ? jlj $3 0 SI 0 Notice to Hubwrlber*. Order for the Alert unaccompanied by tho cash banmiTfoft"Z2 P*P*1'*wi"l not be sent longer Mr °n the margin of yonr pa ftiri. & wyon uh?ve juM town, on" week t° which to renew before being stricken from tho list. TUB PPBUIMKR. "C1IR8T PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, James D. T.,REV. N. D. FANNING, Pastor. *lVn "iiw church, at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 7*0?*' Pr* meetmS W#dDeM MK.cnUROH5.-Rev.,-rer W. L. Demoreat.pas vaf'.?01n*,r„ '!?#ve and 8»d »t. Services on »»ry Sahbath, at 10.30o'clock a. m.and":80p.m. JAMESTOWN & A. M. »v«^?n^I^nulrtcatl011 A flrst and thlrd Wedensday ,™,nth- All Masons in cooS «landing arc cordially invited to attend. A. A.ALUM, Secretary. VITUS By order of the W. M. ENCAMPMENT, Ancient Ordor auiRiiw of the Red Cross, meets in Masonic Temple. Sir Kni...

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. — 26 January 1883

LATE DISPATCHES. Down a 160 Feat Embankmtnt. SANFKANCISCO, Jan. 20—The Southern Pacific train which left here at 0:30 yes­ terday stopped near Tepachapi station to cut out an extra engine taken at Summer to assist pulling up the Tepachapi grade, while making the change, by sdhie means as yet unknown, the train got awny and started back down the grade of one hundred and twenly feet to the mile. Train consisted of two engi nee, express mail and baggage cars, two sleepers, one coach and smoker. It went down the grade at a frightful speed for about four miles when the hindmost sleeper jumped the tra« and went over an embankment about one hundred and fifty feet high, carrying with it the other sleeper, mail, bnggage and express cars which were piled in a heap, took Are and were con­ sumed. The coach and smoker kept on down the grade and were stopped with­ out leaving the track about two miles further on, all on board were, uninjured. The scene following the wreck was tern hie and a nutnb...

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. — 26 January 1883

I p»xsa^ 4 5W f\~ V1 Stt f" §y if i. & •',//'- $£i$v 1 & & tv- Hi ft fjt. A .y *.• IP hn in .•s The Alert A I A N W E E MARSHALL MoCLURE. A General Incorporation Act. Tho subject ot a general incorporation net for tin territory is now being discuss­ ed in many quarters. That there are ad vantages to be derived from such a gen crnl law no one can dispute, principally among which arc the following given by ii Mr. liowen in a communication to the Maudan Pioneer: '•A special net of incorporation is gen­ erally prepared by or under the direction ot the people composing the town or city applying for incorporation: ami in most instances is hurriedly drawn and just as hurriedly considered by the legislative assembly of the Territory. It being an net of a special nature, it would naturally lie less thoroughly considered than one affecting everybody in the Territory. A general acl would enlist the atten­ tion at least of the best thinkers and most experienced men of the Territory,...

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. — 26 January 1883

j^j'ini# ii ,» »v A %..?• W"£ 1 E. :lf a E W A N° A ^i- h, John Vnson Orini, II. E. i. Il.fllo. f'ir tor nvv Vof sec.4, tp ill n, rill \v,«nd nanus tii.* f«»llj»w ine a* hit witnes-vs, vi.^ Land Oittcf at furi'i. I) T, Hoc. ^2, 1S32. Notice is lifTm- gn-vn tn«t th'- illowing nam-.-d frlor ha« Alusi iiitic «f lii» intennon to ni^ki' «uaI proof in fMpii-.Ti of his claim ami sixurv linn *utry thoreof on tlf_- 2lth iy of .lamiary, ISSI ••iv •!. n:it, Vi. S",l", th nc of •uo42. tp H.) n, O.i w, aii'l iri'n la- follon inj: as l«l« witness viz: Utrrr Cornwu'l. Honn Vessy. Uenrijo A'iili-y, «T. B. ilerry. a!l o£ Stiits.nm co.mty. »WMN.I^CIRIRI:'IIII .^ARI'FJUJTI'.AI'STVQJH/.FR.'J •. A. A. ALLEN, Nolaiy' Public. ALLEN iidVS 8i 1' •WMJMU'HinaLTaiBWyi cavncmLL fe.is, ). f3 i., C.l'il U.K.e.K O O i3 i£., 33 And Negotators of Frst Mortgage Jioans. $200,000 "bo Loan on Iiixpro^red HiaxxcLs Town Lots tm1 Farm Prcneetv for sale also, Homesteads, lV«.f inptio:i and Tree Ciniin li.t-1 iniiislim'nr.-....

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. — 26 January 1883

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Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
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