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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 14 August 1879

IP? $amertowtt Slert' E. H.& C. HTFOSTER, Publisher*. JAMESTOWN. D. THE WORLD'S DOINGS. SHOT. At New Port, Pa., August 7, W. K. Miller, of Karrisburt,', was shot dead by Sam ucl E. Albright, of Montgomery's Ferry. loth ivcre paying attention to the same young woman and met at her house. KILLED BY LIGHTNING. On the morning of August 8, Samuel Gray, aged 70, a resident of Grafton, West Va. Avas found dead lying beside a tree that had been struck by lightning on Tuesday. He was making shingles at the place found, and had stepped under the tree for shelter. He leaves a family of grown children. ABOUT THE MORMONS. An Ogden, Utah telegram of Aug. 4, says the report that George Q. Cannon iJrigluim Young, Jr., ur.d Albert Carriugton, executors of Brighani Young's estate, had given bond.-, aud been released was a mistake. They failed to give bonds, and were sent to the penitentiary Aug. 4. John Taylor gave bond and was released. NEW RAILROAD. Charles L. Colby, F. N. Finney, Joseph L. C»l...

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. — 14 August 1879

THE OWL-CltlTIC. A LESSON TO FAULT-FINDERS. "Who stuffed that white owl?" No one spoke in the shop The barber was busy, and he couldn't 6top The customers, waiting their turns, were all reading Tho Daily, the Heralcl, the Post, little heeding The young man who blurted out such a blunt question Not one raised a head, or even made a sugges­ tion And the barber kept on shaving "Don't you see, Mister Brown," Cried the youth with a frown, "How wrong the whole thing is, How preposterous each wing is, How flattened the head is, how jammed down the neck is— In short, the whole owl, what an ignorant wreck'tis! I make no apology I've learned owl-culogyj I've passed days ana nights in a hundred col­ lection#, And cannot he blinded to any deflections Arising from unskillful lingers that fail To stuff a lilvd right, from his beak to hi* tail. Mister Brown Mister Brown! Do take that bird down, Or you'll soon bo the laughing-stock all over town!" And the/barber kept on shaving "I've studied owls. ...

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. — 14 August 1879

gnwcsicmw £Ucvt. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY Ek B.AC.E FOSTER, JAMESTOWN. DAKOTA. TER THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 137i». LOCAL KIP-RAPS. —Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy Tobacco. —J. F. Steele, of Steele's aiding, was in town yesterday. —Kev. J. H. Baldwin held services here on Suuday cveniug. —C. H. Wingate, Ispiuing, Mich., was in town Tuesday, looking for laid. We acknowledge a call yesterday from 11. O. Carey, representative of the Fargo Republican. —Jack Clayton is building a frame lnusu on his rauch, and is repairing the dirt house of his. —Miss Emma Fiuklenburg, sister in­ law of Christian Tiiuiu, arrived at James­ town last Saturday no 11. —There have been 1.300 acres broken this season uu the Van Duzeu farm, this side of 13th siding, on the IS. P. R. 1(. —J. W. Steward, one of the solid meu of Chicago, and S. M. Millard, attorney at law, also ol that village, are iu towu to-day, looking the prospect over. —Kerosene oil is so plenty that, being unable 10 take care of it at the oil w...

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. — 21 August 1879

VOL 2. A Jamestown jyiert. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BT E. H. & U. H. FOOTER, JAMESTOWN. DAKOTA. TER. eUfc3QCRIRTION RATES. Payakle la ASIMM. One Tear, postage paid..... $3.10 Hiz MOBUU, 1.80 MET ADVERTISING RATES. Payable Quiterlv In Advance. _i %«/. w. a w. iiu. jlm. in. Ij». l.no 1.50 2(t0 *.ft0 4.W 7.00 tf.00 iffi) 2.75 a 4.00 8 00 13.00 1&00 8 00 4. 0 5 0 600 1S00 16.00 M.00 4.M) mm no Y«xt 15 (O an.oo 10.00 4.50 6.HI 7,r 8«1 16.01* 25.' 0 M.00 8.W 11.(Mi M.imi 15.00 9K.IW 86.00 60.00 if? in no i» »i no 41. no 65.00 10000 1 inch, inches. 3 Inches. 4 inchei. I colut-n, column, 1 column PERSONS finding this notice in their paper crossed, will understand that their subscriptions have expired, and are re* quested to renew the same. EDWARD N. FOSTlft. EDITM. A Htat tt Tree Plasters. Editor Jamestown ALBRT I notice quite a numlier of yonr citizens have commenced to plant trees about their homes and along the principal streets. I learn also from Mr. Klaus that he, in con nectio...

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. — 21 August 1879

^Af $mne.xtowit $ltrL E. H.AO. H. JFOSXEB, PuNiabers. JAMESTOWN. D.T THE .WOUL#'S UPINU& WATEli SI'Ol'T. The water spout which last wfek swept through Buetonck Canada caused the death of two women and a child, ami tim serious inju­ ries of a number of person-. Kigiity houses were leveled and stock killed and scattered Ls estimated at £100,000. IJIMETALK COXOUESS. The State department ays Germany is ill-posed to re£ard the prop^uk- of this ^ov crniueut for ft further juhjt ^e^u^iileration of l.'iincfallie subjects, and tio e-~ present el tort? will result in a bimetallic tuiurress, in which all teartfrnr States of Europe will participate. S VKOC AT ION. At South Bend. Indiana, i#the morn iutf wi.Au^ust 12, a twi. otoiy. bride building W4s. dvi^ti'oyed by tire. Case Jiudwife, who lived in the building, c?cap..d by jumpiuirfrom the second tory, and -Acre seriously injurech Miss Lizzie Collins, who roomed in the build in r, was sallocated to death. DEATH OF lilSIIOI' ODENltLIMEI!. B...

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. — 21 August 1879

THE MURDER OF LINCOLN. Of the actual murder of Abraham Lin colu, though so IJIUCU has b$EI* written, probably thejtytfj^arc yet jery.,indefinite 111 most persons' minds. The dtiy, April 14, 1865, seems to have lieen a pleasant diie throughout the whole laud the moral atmosphere was pleasaut, too the long storm, so dark, so fratrici­ dal, full of blood and doubt and gloom, over, and ended at last bv, the surprise of •such an absolute national victory and ui ter break-down of Secession—we almost doubted our owri'senses! Early herbage, early flowers were in bloom. I remem­ ber where I was stopping at the time there were.-many lilac* in full bjoom. By one of tho.se caprices that "give tinge to events without being at all apart of them, I find myself always reminded of the great tragedy of that day by the sight and color of thesq blossoms. But I must not dwell on' accessories. The deed hastens. popular after­ noon paper, of fWasluhgton,"the little Evening tita?, had spattered all over it...

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. — 21 August 1879

•Patncstotun £Ucvt. 4TJhi.ihirn.il KVKUY THVR-IUT HV E. H. dk J. LL FusTtw.. —c:i'«w Toli8CU r-c»iv for winter. v'4 JAMESTOWN. DvlvtfTA^EU rHi:uMAv. aKirsr 21. ii?K LQCALRIP-EAPS, Jackvii's. Bos-t Sweet 2C*^y -TV* wss ilMOOt- at Kellehu^ HoUl l»o.L fiici'ij uight. It S. \Viiu-io*v, »f Fi»rgo, Ls hew on wU li.- in brother. -Col. and Chas. De Graff, of St. Paul, *W. in t"*n this week. -k rs. l\ B. Harris left on Saturday for lew Uays stj.T at Ksrgo. -Oeof^e «1 Iii»i»sffell«»w, hailing fivni III'HTON, MASS, been in town VIIKH. OUI IHHU •Curtin & WiUfW»r Iwve liniwlun -:«1ingt up their toro and warehouse, —Old Mr. John Harris lost on Satuiriay couplf of yoke, of yoked o.veu from his L.tnoe. six mile* 4.iutli of town. —Graves, lie painter, ot Fargo, has iiee.n spending t* few tiass in the village •liv'ng sign uiithig for our citizens. Porter Warner, the Dead wood Times ^iit and publisher, passed east on Tues 'tny, intending to return in ten day8. —Col. C. E. Bostwick, of the firm of ...

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. — 28 August 1879

VOL 2. Jattwstcrttra PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY £. H. & C. II. FOOTER, JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA TER. 8Ufc3SCRIPTlON RATES. Payable tn Advance. One Yeir, postage paid $8.10 ttix Months. inch. ft inches, 2 00 2.75 «25 4.00 H.OO PERSONS l.ao NET ADVERTISING RATES. Payable Quarterly In Advance. -w. tin. mii. ttm. ly». 1.00 1.») son a.an'"'4.00' 7.00 ilLOO 18.00 1H.OO 3inche«. 8 00 4.«K) !S i.O, 6 00 ISIOQ 1S.00 *4.00 4 Inchon. 4.P0 S.'H' fi 'Vl 7 15 '10 20.00 10.00 colar^n, 4.50 6.On 7.25 m.ftt afi.'O W OO doinmn. s.tfi n.iMt im ».«« M.ik 9n.no ei.ao 1 column. 12 iw l.i no 1H «ft «tf» 411.00 ®.o© 100.00 finding this notice in their paper crowed, will understand that their MiiiMcriptions have expired, and are. re­ quested to renew the same. iDWAM H. FOiTfli. EUTOR, Wet Weather. Last Saturday night the heaviest fall Of rain known for years, fell in this vi­ cinity, raising the Pipestem and James rivers to a ireshet pitch never before known by the oldest while settler here The threshing has ...

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. — 28 August 1879

I |p? a $ame«towti llert. E. II.AO. H. FOSTER, ~w. JA.MESTOWN. Itshert E W O S FATALLY SHOT. At Deadwood, D. T., August 17, L. F. Whitbeek, editor of the Pioneer, shot at ne i-o whom he claims assaulted liim. The 'ball missed tlfe negro and struck T. S. Morton in forehead, inflicting a dangerous and probably, fatal wound. INDIAN MURDERS. August 17th, the ranch of Jim Raines, on Salmon-river, Oregon? wa.^ attacked" by Indians. Raines and Jas. Edwards were killed Albert Weber was badly wounded. Seven other settlers escaped. The Indians burned up all the houses on the ranehc. ACCIDENTALLY SHOT. Rev. W. B. Tillinghast, rcctor ot Trini­ ty sEpiscoual church, in Petroit, Mich., camp­ ing out on Bird island, at the of the Detroit river, was accidentally shot and killed, on the loth inst, by the careless handling of a revolver by a young man named Wright. FATAL BRIDGE FALL. At Stockbridgc Mass. Aug. IS), by the fall of a rotten bridge over Housatonic, a wagon and six occupants went into the...

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. — 28 August 1879

""*"Meii inay cscape the law, 6iit their own conscicuces they cannot flee from. Many years agd a young man in Boston vvijis guilty q£ oltc^e,^gah»at*the law, nil offense which ^pial ruia flpoti/himself and' his family. The man and his offey$ are Fd%tttcn To DEVELOP HSALTHV by the public, yet he lives, and lives in Boston. But from the day his offense was discov­ ered—although, having escaped the lam? lie is, free to cbtne and go {|s he pleases— he has never been out of his own home 111 the daytiny). Sometimes, under cover of night, he Walks abroad to take an airing aud. nQtja tli£ changes ^th^t jkiVty yeats have wrought, (but an ever active" cqn- science makes him shun the light of day and the face's of men, and he walks apart, a stranger in the midst of those among whom he has always1 lived, '',. $ 3?" HinHto WorRifigmen. The hoaest R'^rktn^men ottha country, many of whom hitvq^Uirse.ittWfsUinjf families to sup­ port, have beun the chief sufferers from the ^Teat linaneial pressure....

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. — 28 August 1879

'tu i.' .14 Jawcstoum ^Icrt. rCBfapVKb EVKltT THURSDAY BY lLAC. H. FO»TBH, J\ME9T0»W«r. DAKOTA. TEH THURSDAY. AUGUST 38, 187W. LOCAL BIP-EAP5, —Chew Jacksoii'i Best Sweet Navy Tobacco. —Ever Wagness arrived yesterday from Fort TotteoV —ltev. J. H. Baldwin will preach here next Sunday, Augusit 31st. —Chaplain Kellejr while here on Tues­ day night preached to our citizens at the !?chool-house. —J. W. Goodridge had h's buggy stove up just prior to our last issue by his horses running away. —Judge Bennett passed went on Satur­ day last, having just returned from a trip •down the Red River valley. —Mre. Robt. Cowley and little daughter arrived Tuesday morning from Ada, Minn, intending to stay a few days. —See call for proposals to build the county bridge across the James River, south of town, ic another column. —J. C. Dow is about to build him a couple of skiffd wherewith to go trap­ ping this fall down the James River. —J. 11. Thompson has started a barber shop in the building formerly ...

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. — 4 September 1879

3J9tttJCSt0«TO i. PUBLISHED KVEKY THUHSDAX BT E. H. & C. II. FOSTER, JAMESTOWN. DAKOTA TER. eutaacRiPTioN RATES. Payable In Advance. One Tear, postage paid .$2.10 Six Months. 1.30 NET ADVERTISING RATES. Payable Quarterly in Advance. 1 tnc^ 8 Inches, 8 lushes, 4 inches, column, I column. rft1"-1" l.l*) 8 (tO S 01 lit. ly» woo 18.00 A£ 4.00 7.00 2. TV 3 4.00 8 00 12 00 4.H» V0 #00:3 00 IB.00 84.00 4 i'0 5.t .It! T. no 15 (it iiiVOO 80 0" 4.5U B.i'ii 8 2ft 1B.01 25. 0 3#.n0 8,!in tr, IK) art .'to H«IH) 6'.00 ion no PRRSONS finding this notice in their paper crossed, will understand that their •(inscriptions have expired, and are re­ quested to renew the samp. EDWARD N. FOSTERi EDITOR. —The new steam yacht 4,LilIie Lee", made her trial trip on ho beautiful waters of Devil's Lake In&t Tuesday, which was quiea success, except that her four flung wheel was too small, and churned the water without giving her the required speed. She made five miles per hour as it was. Lieutenant W. W...

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. — 4 September 1879

(jp? ^jnmwtown Jt/w/. E- H.& C. 11. FOSTER, Publishers. JAMESTOWN. D.T THE WORLD S DOINGS. SCHOONER CAPSIZED. The Schooner Stephen Bennett, from Boston for Baltimore., capsized August 28. Capt.Bcnnctt and crew, live persons, and three passengers are supposed to be lo-t. PRESIDENTIAL MOVEMENT.*. The President and family leave "Wash­ ington Septtynber 8th for Cincinnati, on the way to their home in Fremont, 0. The Presi­ dent will return early in October. In the meantime ne will attend the reunion of the Twenty-third Ohio volunteers at Youngstown and to go to the agricultural fair at Neosho, Kansas. LOTTERY CLOSED. At Louisville, Ky.. August 2'i. on ap­ plication of the mayor and council of Frank­ fort in the Franklin county circuit court, an order of injunction was granted against Sim­ mons Oc Dickinson, restraining them from transacting any lottery business under the Frankfort grant. Notice was served upon the linn at 11 o'clock a. t., so r.o r.ew drawing was had that day. POISO...

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. — 4 September 1879

"FOUND DROWNED." See where she lay, there, dead, alone, Stretched on the cold, damp marble stone Naught but'the constant drips ... .' That fall upon her upturned lips Disturbs the solemn, silent glbotn Which reign within the cheerless room. 'Tis but suicide!" you say, And thoughtlessly you turn away But could you know the woeful tale That lies behind that, visage pale, Perhaps you'd turn and heed once more Her tale of sorrows full a store. '•Found drowned!"—this is the verdict given1 Without a thought of hpw she had striven, With all her might, to force her Svay 'Gainst fearful trials, every day Encountered in her path, and save He® from a watery grave. You do not kno-\v the suffering borne Ere front this earth herself she'd torn, Upon this cold world cast away, 'Mid sin and trouble doomed to stray. Siie, to preserve a spotless name, Had drowned herself. Is she to blameV Tu rest her weary head—no place Starvation stares her in the face No one a kindly hand extends— No one her wretch...

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. — 4 September 1879

Jtamtsttmm JMcrt. RV KKi' TUURvivW Ht K. AC. II. FWicr. A K.ST0 \VN\ DA KvTA TE •I'll USiM Y, .SUTKxMBl-Ji i. ItW. LOCAL BIP-RAPS. ^-Clww Jat'kMOD'n Tobacco. —Tbe trsin from th« enst was two hours tee to-day. —D. M. Kelleher speui tl»c tlrnt- of the at Fargo. —M. S. Malt by left yeutt relay fW a trip iu Fort Tottec. -A train of Government I'rciRl.t left j«" '""°P for Fort Tottm yesterday. —The weather is at prosent simply im woncc in the way of beauty. B. S. HuMell and wife, of Spiritwood Farm, were in town last Friday. —Sportsmen are now having great de­ light in knocking over the wild ducKfl. -~T. II. Blood of the Bcckwith House. Uskosh, Wisconsin, is stopping at the Da- _W. Lloyd Jr., gilding erected on his faun. This is to ie« granary. —Wc fall attention of our readers to the adcertiwment for proposals for build­ ing a school house, Ac. —J. M. Oilman of St. Paul passed west "ficl yiKtrrdpy, his trip ptobably taking "iiim a* f'r 5S the Black Hills. —3utveyor General, Henry Espcra...

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. — 11 September 1879

RANUIMI'A) KTKUT rnunsDAY BY E. II. & C. H. FOSTKK, JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA TEIi. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable iu Advanco. fine Yew. portage paid (3.10 #.c Months, l.ao NET ADVERTISING .RATES. Payable Quarterly in Advance. I tach, ino''o«, iurhe*. 4 ixcitee. colninii. 1 rolnnu* ». ... .... Am. am. lyt l.lio N» 2 i)'i 2 V) 4.(X) 7.00 12~M 2M) 2.V5 3J5 t.00 8 00 1-'00 1K.00 .If) 4 -f ficO '.0 1«)0 21.IW 4 i*0 6. 7.'«i 15 sJi'.OO ».0» 4.50 6."i 7 K.SilS 1 '1.1' 2"V 0 3(5.10 8.00 11.Oi' ir.«Hk -))!.. it ?,•) (K) 6*.00 v. (i no •«. IX) 4 00 65.0«» 100.00 PEK£«JS*8 finding this notice in their paper.crossed, will nndersftifid that their aiibscr jptl'ons have expired, and are re iiueatrd to renew the sam\ EDWARD H. FOSTER. EDITOR. Blue Ribbon County. Last Monday evening a party of ladies and gentlemen met by agreement at the Dakota House parlor, to receive the repoit of Mr II. T. Elliott, who had just return­ ed from the Minneapolis Fair, where be toad been exhibiting Merrick Moore's veg­ eta...

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. — 11 September 1879

$nmefitowti Slert. E. H.AC. H. FOSTER, Publishers. JAMESTOWN. D.T THE WORLD'S DOINGS. OEN. HOOD'S CHILDREN. The Atlanta GomtitutiorCs fund for Gen. Hood's children, reached the first day nearly $1,000. The money was invested in securities by three trustees. The children are left en­ tirely destitute Subscriptions received from uny quarter. WATElt PERIL OF ST. PETERSBURG. Violent storms in the gulf of Finland have caused the river Neva to rise to the level of the streets, and the canals iu the center of St. Petersburg have overflowed and the Fau­ bourgs are under water. Iron roofs have been blown from houses and churches in all direc­ tions. OKN. GRANT HOMEWARD BOUND. The Pacific Mail Steamship company received the following from Yokahama Sept 3, To Capt. John Riley, President of the Paci­ fic Mail Steamship company, Now Vork: Steamship City of Tokio sailed September 3d and will probably arrive at tfan Francisco, September 21st. Gen. U. S. Grant was a pas­ senger on the steamer. STOR...

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. — 11 September 1879

A HOKRIBLK CBIAEE. Triplo Murder Ut Wayiiesville, O —Three Person* Found l»md in a Cottage—One of th« Moot JUynterious of Modern Crimes. (Waynearitle Special, Sept. 2. The tragedy of Kildera baa not grown dim in the minds of oar people, and yet to-day the oommanity is planged into, a golf of horror and awfal mystery at the diaoovery of three dead and decomposing bodies in a little house right on the main thoroughfare of our village, close to neighbors, and di­ rectly on the sidewalk. In this littto house tot nearly a year has lived in happy oontent ment, as far ss was known, Mrs. MoUie Hatte and her soo, Willie EL Anderson, a boy of 18, who for two years has worked in the But dissensions came between husband and wife after tiie birth of their son, and after a long time the nubappy pair were separated by a divorce, the husband, who had joined the army, having control of the boy. After a time the lady married again, and the divorced husband has also been twice married sinoe. Death div...

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. — 11 September 1879

Jj un.C5toivu £Vlci*t. J-CMi.JXJliOH KVKKV T^It'IlSDAV H* E. H. 6 C. 'fl. ¥VSTKK, JAMESTOWN. DAKOTA TEK UlUUSDAY, rtKPTKMHKK 11, l»7U. LOCAL RIP-BAPS. Fargo on last Monday's train. —Wo acknowledge a ca'l this w^ek rom Carter Brothers of the Canton Ad» ocate. —Thcllcverend W I'. Huntingdon will hold services next Sunday at the school house, at the usaai hours. Mr. Lambert received last week news hat his brother in Minnesota, noticed as ill by the ALERT, 4-eason. died last week. —Ward W. Bill returned on Monday, roin the Minneapolis Pair. He bought jay •j lot of goods for Lambert while absent. —Ye wildc beastie, ye mountain lion, f'ronvFort Totten, accompanied by Frank liner of that place, who was on his IJ »hner of that plac ro St. Paul. Dock Shoemaker while exercising his skill as axeman, on a blood beei last niylu, missed the beet and shaved the erd rt iiis linger off —War.ted.—A good woman or girl to bouse work, for which good wages will ie paid Address with terms, Jerry Col­ ons,...

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. — 7 October 1879

gatnjcsiotxrn |Merl. Official Paper of Stutsman County. Ka slallMcClura Editor&Prop'r. ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY MOBMISO. A-b JAMESTOWN DAKOTA TERRITORY eUt3£CRIPTlCN 1 toicii. tinc'^-. 8 iwlv 4 iucki-" colu' .-I rr' county. RATES. Payable in Advance. ••e Tear, postage paid $2.10 Mi Mwaths. NET ADVERTISING RATES. Payable Quarterly in Advance. lV' Mm a.50 4.'H) 12. 3 4.00 8 (X) IM (V! 1S.0 2 (Ki -2 S (id U'O 5 10fiOO 12fXUttt)0 84.• 4 iM 5,im 'ni V. on 15 'i(i -2" 00 8M •4 f»«0 Til aS'ln 'H--. I) 36.-1 11 II 1 .1. I*, :ifi t(il.(. All orders for tte Alert must be accompanied by tbe arii. We do tliia to protect our selves and f. tfe go of our patron*. All advertisements mu«t be paid qu^«r1yinad MM. PUBLISHER *. Bye Bye. Having sold the JAMESTOWN ALEHT to Marshall McClure, we take this oppor tunitv to say to tlie readers of the ALEUT goul bye, and to recommend to them oui Bueocs-or In starting the ALERT A yeat and a half ago, we feel we were too soon having me ahead of tbe demand for a ...

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