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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 11 November 1879

§he jfameatown J!/w/. MARSHALL McCLURE, Publisher. TAMESTOWN DAKOTA. THE WORLD'S DOINGS. IMPOKTS AND EXPORTS. Washington telegram, Oct. 80: The excess of exports oyer imports of merchandise for the month ending Sept. 30,1870, $20,650, 087 for the twelve months ended SeptSO. $256, 846,277. LOTTERY DEALERS. Postmaster General Key lias issued in­ structions to the postmaster of New York city, Louisville and New Orleans, to refuse here­ after to rent boxes in their offices to lottery companies or lottery agents. A dispatch from Leadville states that Hon. James M. Cavanaugh, the first member of Congress from Minnesota after her admis­ sion to the Union, and delegate to Congress from Montana in 1869 and 1870, died Oct. 30 of erysipelas. He had gone there last Thurs­ day from New York, where his family now re­ side. THE TUNNEL FIRE. The fire in the Pinkerton tunnel of the Pittsburg & Connellsville division of the Bal­ timore & Ohio railroad, has burned out all the timbers of the tu...

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 November 1879

The Wandering Singe*'* To live the life of happy birds, That wing their way from tree to tree, To roam unconscious as the herds, Ah, this is to be truly free. These humble lives us unta»Ood They praise Hiin,iu theirreat 801 will press the verdant sod, As near to the maternal breast. And I will spend this summer time Untrammeled asStlJe welding tHfUBlv" Or string a little idle rhyme, f. Like yon poor sparrow in the bush. For who wpuldjjjfticve to shame the day, Or who woulcPplain When nights-arBftir Pack to, tt$jpj$lest wtufen gran -4% Back to your cell, carmudgeon^uare. Though p«or, now wealthy is my part,. The happy gods i^oriec brjM*» -m y-fC Though poor and loV, the royal heart Sits ever like a crowned king. &..k The purple andgold are mine,'" What shame to mourn if none will praise? Ill quaff of the wild berry's wine, 2 Nor scorn the world that flouts my|lays. But who would guess my princely state? Can tattered garments si|ch reveal? am not po6r with those who hate, And all ...

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 November 1879

*U' •t •&I •If 1 •4 •A -iu .V gWWjffllB appw uv.Jt, (OFPICIAU Proceedings of the Board of Counly Commissioners, BU'UIVVAX COUNTY. DAKOTA TVHSMVOVT, JAMRBVOWK, November 1st, 1679. 1'resent Ke!teh(jr(Mcrao aad Hendricks. SeUeher in chair. Qa motion Peter Auberton wu given '^r til Thursday to complete the bridge n-voas the Jainca river. Mr. Auberton •vis also to draw the sun of Four hundred t$400) Dollars part payment. The following bills were allowed: W Hendricks mad viewer $S 00 ,,'vasph Prseman digging grave Mrs Grob 2 50 Jamestown AMKT publishing aad stationery S8 75 11G Jones township mace 95 00 rT W Goodrich bill as sunt of eohonls 6 00 O A Bovnton bill as assessor 8 00 O'urtin & Winslow mdae furnished pauper* ft 97 Oa motion Board adjourned until Satur­ day, Nor. 8th, 1879, at 9 o'clock p. m. GEO. W. VENNUM, Gouuty Clerk. Adjoarmeal XMtUf. NOT. 8tbt 1S7*. 3caid all present. Kelleher in chair. The question of the bridge was taken up. On motion the following resolution was...

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. — 18 November 1879

U' Jijliliii ytij,.Lt nII I j:liSii»nji II W"'1' JJarojeslonra ^Icrt. Official Paper of Statsmnii County. Marshall McClurs Editor &|Prop'r. ISSUBD EVERY TUESDAY AFTBRNOOH. AT JAMESTOWN DAKOTA .TERRITORY. «Ufc3SCRIFTION RATES. Payable in Advance. Year, postage paid $2.10 Mix Months, 1.30 All orders for the ALIRT must be accompanied by the cash. We do tills to protect our selves and for th« good of out' patrons. All advertisements must be paid quarterly in ad Vance. FUBL1SHKR. —The Fargo Times' building is heated by steam. —Many interesting locals bare been unavoidably crowded out 'this week. Mr.H. Weber is erecting a large frame building just west of THE""ALBRT office —E. B. Lathrop, carpenter and builder, left last evening 'or bis home in Minneap­ olis. —Rev M. R. Baldwin will preach to the good people of Jamestown, on Sunday Nov. 22d. —Mr Vennum, brother of our highly respected county official, Geo. Vennum, is spending a few days in our city. —O. L. Churchill and P. W. Webster,...

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. — 18 November 1879

he $ameslown $lert. MARSHALL McCLURE, Publisher. TAMESTOWN DAKOTA. THE WORLD'S DOINGS. BUKNED TO DEATH. The houso and out-buildings of Isaac Spafford, of Brownfleld, Maine, were burned Nov. 7th, and Spafford perished in the flames. CHURCH RURNED. On the night of Nov. 5, the Congrega­ tional church in Lake City Minn., was entirely destroyed by fire. Cause a defective flue. No insurance. SENTENCED FOR LIFE. James L. Fctch, who recently murder­ ed his wife and a lour year-old daughter, at Hadley, near Lapeer, Michigan, has been con­ victed and eenteced to solitary confinement and hard labor for life, at the Jackson peni­ tentiary. "POOR CHARLOTTA." A dispatch from Brussels of Nov. 4. says, great improvement has suddenly become manifest in the mental condition of Charlotta, the widow of Emperor Maximillian of Mexicot and the complete restoration of sanity is now considered possible MURDER. While John Henning, watchman at Esher's theatre, New York City, on Vine street, was standing in fr...

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. — 18 November 1879

OUA LITTLE FOIAS. Edna's Hlihap. Sato, Harry and Edna hod gone out to play, In the great roomy bam, mong the sweet-scented hay While, now and than pausing the baby to tend, Mamma waa hard trying their wee clothes to mend, With a little patoh hero and a little patch there, And a sigh and a smile for each hole and each teac And with almost a Wish, as she saw the old hen Strutting proudly about with her speckled chicks ten. That her little chickens In feathers were clad, Wlien she heard a wild scream, as of some onegone mad And Harry and Kitty exclaimed in one breath. "A tramp has shot Edna and killed her to deatht" Mamma to the barn In wild agony flew. But what do you think met her wondering riewT In the manger sat Edna—and Edna alone-— While the fast-trickling tears on her rosy cheeks shone, By egg-shells surrounded on every side— A comical object, it can't be denied I Ton sea, in her fall from the attio o'erhead, She came with a crash (eo quickly she sped) On the nest that old Speck...

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. — 18 November 1879

VA Lli EY ITYITMU. 2f. P. Times. Judge Barnes held special court last Saturday. Soiiie 15 persons received thoiv "second papers." No business *f general importance wai twnwicied. fl, A good hit, I »o. Owe. J)a Territories hare l«y We 1:*« and :nu\i« aud have onr be ans. We might huva wild geese or cauncd c»ii«kcu a? we cannot have turkey. Trie nwson are at the school house to* day. Tbe first batch of mortar tlicy made got h. rd—somehow hence they have to of another warmer batch. Roger iiianan^h and family, consist­ ing of his wife and four children, arrived from Canada last Saturday. Mr. M. has land on the Getchell road. Mrs.M. has two brothers here, James and M. Mooney, who hare commenced improvements upon their lnnde. The Jamestown ALERT speaks of a com jpuny having been formed out there with •i view to the navigation of the James Hirer. We are just a little bit curious to know wlmt the company propose to navi. S»te it with We have been under the impression that the "biggest thing...

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. — 25 November 1879

Hatttcstoum ^Xcrt. Offlvlal Paper of Stutsmnn County. Marshall McClira Eaitor & Prop'r. ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY AFT?.RN ON AT JAMESTOWN DAKOTA .TERRITORY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable in Advance. One Year, postage paid.. $2.10 Six Mouths. 1.5W All orders for tliP ALEUT by the ALERT office. must lje accompanied cash. We do tliis to protect our selves und «r the good of our patrons. All advertisements must be paid quarterly in ad Timee. I'UBLlSiiKU. —Remember the concert next Saturday evening, •—Visiting cards neatly printed at THE —Mr. Dunham, of the country, spei last Sabbat bin the country Do not. fail to attend the first concert given in Jamestown. —Old papers for sale at this office lb 75 cents per 100. —J. N. Craig called on us Friday and left a dollar for the ALERT. Thanks. —Barbour says he won't advertise, and wants his name kept out of the paper. What's the matter with the pupur, sonny —The L. A. U.'s take pleasure in acknowledging courties extended to them on the evening of ...

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. — 25 November 1879

j$ht Jamestown $lert. MARSHALL McCLURE, Publisher. TAMESTOWN DAKOTA. THE WORLD'S DOINGS. I SHOOTING AFFRAY. Eil. Stout, formerly of Lake City, Minn, got into an altercation with John Murray, an engineer on the Midland railroad, at Waba shaw Minn. Nov. 10, in which Stout fired three shots at Murray, none of which took cffcct. Stout was arrested. TENEMENT HOUSE BURNED. Early on the morning of Nov. 14 a tenement house in New York was burned— Joseph Batzkie, who lived on the fourth floor, unable to escape by roof or stairs, threw him­ self from a window and was killed. His en­ tire family consisting of wife and two chil­ dren and mother-in-law, were suff'ocated- KUNKKAI, OF MRS. EATON. The tuneral of Mrs. Margaret Eaton, widow of Gen. John H. Eaton, secretary of war under President Jackson, took place iD Washington, D, C. Nov. 11, and was largely attended. Among the floral offerings were bouquets from Mrs. Hayes and Secretary Mc Crary. The President, in a note to the family regretted hi...

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. — 25 November 1879

flPSfillW ,, lf$» 1 1 V| IS, -x ft wtH"- M- sSf &?*-5jSt &?* jSt .. r' IN THE CORN FIELD. The south wind stirred the tassellcd com, And brightly glowed the dew of morn On eyery waving blade, As through the field*, on pleasure bent, With dainty step sweet Jessie went— Sweet Jessie, loveliest maid! The south wind blew upon her hair, And tossed it from her forehead fair, And in its tresses played Joy sparkled in her eye of blue, And dyed her cheek with rosier hue— Sweet Jessie, radiant maid! Now in the shadow of the corn Stood Jessie, glowing like the morn, And shyly, half afraid, Between the rows coy glances threw. What sought she there? Ah, well she knew— Sweet Jessie, artless maid! For, brave and strong, above the corn, She hears her lover's voice upborne And hears his ringing blade, As far along the breezy rows, Wit songs of her, he gayly goes— Of Jeessie, beauteous maid! Then suddenly he lifts his eyes, And .Jessie sees, with glad surprise, In loveliness arrayed. A moment,...

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. — 25 November 1879

i# 'II# i-if ui I I I fi '.,!fe :i if li .••fci* ... I r| '7 ite 4 -V. ici I'-ii' *y irf -I ji !••. I :i ft iffr AT HOME. tiatheriaca tf the F*«t W'««k. KfUgliiR* IattlIlgeM«.Tiwii (ia«slp. Lltrrtry, Ac. A.s» cold went her up[iroHclie», our h'tvlinij yi uui ladies .wild gentteiuuu coiuiitutu-t l«yiu»- plans tor the winter. We have had jH-i'p :»r the *ooial cslendxr and observe tlir following attractions: tst. The Jamestown Literary Society, -ml. Club dances. 3il. Con wits. ith. TTe Jamestown Dramatic Club. Besides these I gatherings there will be two ltdtfc»: One Masonic, and one to be known as the L. A. IT's., tidings of which will appear in the "At Home" from time to time. MTKItART. The "lights" at the Literary society lust Friday evening shone with unusual brilliancy. Tne programme was probably the best of the season, and save for a few trifling irregularities it was well rendered. The question "Resolved, That tlie whites are atone responsible for the late Indian outbreaks," was ...

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. — 2 December 1879

Smuestaxim £Vlert. HeUI Paper mf ts Witwm C«Mty. Marsball HcClar Editor & Prop'r. 1880CD BVKRT TO BSD VT AFTBKN OH. AT IIMESTOWN DAKOTA TERRITORY. eUt3SCjRiFTION RATES. Parable In Advance. ie Tear. ao*ta£« paid $2.19 Months. *.3»» 1 AH ordera for the Alrrt moot be ac: ompanlr, bj ike a#li. We 4* i« to protect oar »elvea aa® fur tins good of our patron* All ailrcrtiMeuicuto uuxt be paid qnartt-rl* in al Vaicu. i'UdLlSHKU I\iu \. *8 will m^et Co night. —L ilriiiikarU are scarce in tlnt« region. —Oi*t. your canied goods at C'irtin & B. P. Wells li t-) returned from liis eastern trip —Y«»u can get a x| tnit of clothea at Cuitn & Wm*l »w lmm $5 to $20 Visiting «:»iaU n.-atiy primed at Tug Ah\illX ttice. —ij to nt-rii» & Winslou for nil kinds ..I" gr nr»Tu-s. —'I lie vMlag.-hen row ticeks in vain for wf-o—in—s. —(Joined Goods at bottom price# at CuW In & VVoi.M '—iK-l oi «r» Mil- »i!e at thi* otJi f.• 73 e«5/t* 10(1 Flour I'roiii $3 I to $:»73 at Curtin {& WlllSlOA...

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. — 2 December 1879

tt-• & 4 & 4, if'. :v& I S~ fghe jgxmestown JJ/w/. MARSHALL McCLURE, Publisher. TAME8T0WN DAKOTA. THB WORLD'S DOINGS. FATAL BLAST. The premature discharge of a blast in a Deadwood mine Nov. SI caused the instant death of Joseph 6. Conkrite and the Bcrious wounding of John Watson and John Galab in*ki. A BIOODY QUARREL. At Cincinnati, O., on the evening o( Nov. 10, John Kitter, a well known butcher, engaged in a dispute with Chas. Bergman, one of his employes. A fight ensued in which Mr. Bergman drew a knife and cut Ritter three times on the head and once in the abdomen. The latter wound which is very dangeroua may result fatally. LYNCHING. At Leadville, on tlie morning ot Nov. 1, forty or fifty masked men proceeded to the county jail, headed by Sheriff Watson, who was urged forward by Bis pistols. Sheriff Watson was compelled to open the doors, when a dozen men rushed in and overpowered Deputy Sheriffs Johnson and lliller and pro­ ceeded to take Chas. Stewart, the foot pa...

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. — 2 December 1879

TEACHINGS OF TIME. Time to me (his truth h»th taught, 'Tie truth tbit'i worth revealing More offend from want of thought 'iltau from any waot of feeling. If advice we would.eonvey, lliere's a time we ahonld convey it If we've but a word to aay, There's a time in which to aay it. Many a beauteous flower decays: Though we tend it e'er bo much, Something secret on it plays, Which no human old oan touch. So, in many a loving breast, Lies some canker grief concealed, That, if touched, ia more oppressed Left unto itself—is healed I Oft, unknowingly, the tongue Touches on a chord so aching That a word, or aooeot wrong, Pains the heart almost to breaking. 'Ame to me this truth hath taught Tis a truth that's worth revealing More offend from want of thought Than from any want of feeling. Charles Swain. A STRANGE STORY. fkom ANSA DICKINSON'S "TOE RACKED UBGI8TEK." Did I tell them of queer people and strange experiences. Yes, indeed, did I. Can I recall them now? No—yes. One I remember, because...

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. — 2 December 1879

"n? if j! uLx, jiilit/ utSll iur.ial iii)i): PnbJia'fd Scnii-OefusWrn illy. LY S. F. LAuILJERT co Company. D*alsr ia E N E A ^ESCHAKDISE. JA^iiTGWN, DAKOTA TER'Y. au'^onT. I: 3.Tiiiri\r.x ihe ediMit! mttviuonicnt of thw rolrmn, we f"H h.\poy, but ins! t-ii-ck lip .i!vtMi.:to tiso edit' pruSt. Jii&i 1 *vho gocbjinuiUii town with a plaster 4» ink on one I've, :uid a c. iu:t sila-ter over Mi o.iu'r to f.c'i. The fact is wo have ju mn'ivi'.l tine of t..e hir^ -it and in cun ple'.e »li'i'ks ofrmii} iinidc evei Uro'.iijiit int.' the Jiimes River viliev, am1 Dropusi t.'i li.-t the people ttf St!td*iiai conntv know if. Y'ur» rfspectluliy, si'le ii!) with CMC. iS. and Co. CLOTHING F. LAM DEPARTMENT. Our stuck o"' C)l oiling is of lir-t el J-*" quality. We can tit the Mivdle?t hoy the largest man We can give you a i*om Su idav suit fr $15. or a working Mii through which t. .e u'O^t pein trating I!a* tliat sweeps across our I) autiful vallev e» not enter for the small sum «»f $1 BDFFAiO OV...

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. — 9 December 1879

gamestoiira SVljert. OMelal Paper of liltitiMii Coanty. Marshall HcClare Editor & Frop'r. ISSUED EVERT TUESDAY .MORNING. AT JAMESTOWN DAKOTA ITERRITORT. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable in Advance. One Tear, postage paid $2.10 Six Mentha. 1.89 All order* for the ALERT nut be accompanle by the cash. We do this to protect onr selves an for the good of oar patrons. All advertisements nut be paid quarterly in ad vance. PUBLISHER. —Groceries at bottom prices at Lyon's. Get your canned goods at Curtin & Wipslow'g. —Big stock of gloves and mittens at Lyon's. —Curtin & Winslow's new store lioase is nearing completion. —You can get a good suit of clothes at Curtin & Winslow's from #5 to $20. —Four ace and White Rose flour at Lyon's, Kelly's old stand. —The annual message will be found on our second and third page. (Yankton Daily Press and Dakotlan.) The first "borning' in Valley City was twins, to Martin Veuglcrs and wile." —For Blankets, Quilts, &c., call on Lyon, at Kelly's ...

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. — 9 December 1879

& ISE :1: 'tffc p.f .i 't. I':. ^f/ie Jamestown ^f/e/l MARSHALL McCLURE, Publisher. TAMESTOWN DAKOTA. OF PRESIDENT B. B. HAYES, DELIVERED TO CONGRESS DE­ CEMBER 1st 1879. Fellow Cit izens of the Senate and House of Representatives The members of the Forty sixth Congress have assembled in the first reg­ ular session, under circumstances calling for mutual congratulation and grateful acknowl­ edgment to the giver of all good, for the large and universal measure of national prosperity which we now enjoy. The moat interesting events which bave occurred in our public af­ fairs* since last annual message to Congress are connected with the financial operations of the government directly affecting the business interests of the country. THE RESUMPTION ACT. 1 congratulate Congress on the successful ex­ ecution of the resumption act at the time fixed and in the manner contemplated by law. The notes of the United States began to bo re­ deemed in coin since the 1st of January last, und they ...

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. — 9 December 1879

1 "1 "ij" 4-i islands to make surveys and take poBneasion of the privileges ceded to the United States by 8am« a in the harbor of Pago Pago. A coaling station ia to be established there which will be convenient and useful to the United States vessels. ROUMANIA AND 8EUVIA. The subject of opening diplomatic relations with lloumaoia and Servia, now become inde pendent sovereignties, at present under consideration and ia a subject of diplomatic correspondence. FOREIGN TRADE. There is a gratifying inorease of trade with nearly all European and American countries, and it is believed that by judicious action in re gard to its development it can and wil 1 be still more enhanced, and that American- products and manufactures will find new and expanding markets. The reports of diplomatic and con sular officers upon this subject under the sys '. tern now adopted have resulted in obtaining much valuable information which has been and will continue to be laid before Congress ,4 and the publio fro...

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. — 9 December 1879

Jamestowii Comeraal Roprler. We have j'lsl Appies, wi: profit. u. I'cbbers Scuii-Ot'ffSKionaily. I5\ 6. i'. LAMBERT & Company. aler in GENERAL MERCHANDISE. JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA TER'Y. SiAlJU'rOHT. In assuming the editorial management )T tins column, we feel happy, but not st u.k lip like unto tho editor of the who goes around town with a plaster ot ink on one eye, and a c.uirt plaster over the other to match. The fact is we have just received one ol' t_e largost and most com plcte stocks of ready made clothing ever Id-ought into the James llivcr valley, and propose to let the people of Stutsman county know it. Yours respectfully, Iiiqht side up with cure. S. F. HIOUT and Co., We have received a full line of Buffalo Overcoats, which we warrant to be the best the market affords and which we will st 11 at a very lo»v figure for cash. Those in need of Stockings.Under shirts Over fchirts/IIankerehiefs, Coilais, Neck­ ties, or any thing else in the dress line will 2nd it to their advanta...

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. — 16 December 1879

HiiVI 14H I I O 2 I ~T .. fi I JatpestottJix jyfact. Olil«| 'jPp«r »f «f twma^C^lIf ty. lar^HcClirsEiiir&Prop'r. ISitffD XYXRT TUESDAY |MORNINQ. 3 AT JAiCStOWN DAKOTA TERRITORY. ADVERTISIIVG1RATES. tw. Sw. Sw. 1 •. |& fa 1.00 1.10 oo 0.00 4.00 T.00 too t.n 4.00 0.00 10.00 •.00 4.00 M0 0.00 10.00 1100 4.00 too 0.00 T.N 11.40 0*00 4.10 L00 7.00 MI4.0IM •I, |L00 11.00 14.40 1100 M.40 00.40 t. J9L IM mr U.00 1S.00 18.00 01.40 4U.40 41.40 «£3 UkJ9CRIRTION RATES, i. PiTiklt la Alnaei. AU trtm for Um ipn ant bo MeoaipraU MLKICMB. W««otkl»lootatockow MIVMM hrUwnol or o«r Mttou. —Grocerieo at bottom priceo it Lyon's --Oft your canned goods at Curtin 6 I Wfnolow's. -^Big otoek of gloves and aflfteuit tyftt's. —^ou can get sgood suit of clothes at Winslow's from |5 to $20. —Four oce and White Rooe flour at Lyon's, Kelly's old stand. —ForjBlankets, Quilts, &c., call on Lysn,*t Kelly's old stand, Jamestown. -^Visiting cards neatly printed at THE ALKBT office. —Go to Curtin & Wins...

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