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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 16 December 1879

§1te ^famealottin MARSHALL McCLURE, Publisher. JAMESTOWN DAKOTA. THE WORLD'S DOINGS. FXKE. The tine residence of W. Boright, of Lft Sueur, Minn, was burned ou the night of Dec. 3, between 1 and 2 o'clock. The lire caught in the cellar near the furnace. Noth­ ing was saved and the family barely escaped. Insured $3,400 loss $5,000. GEN. JKFKERSON C. DAVIS. Gen. Jefferson C. Davis, Colonel of the 23d Infantry and Brevet Brigadier General of the United States army, died in Chicago, 111., of pneumonia on the afternoon of Sunday Nov. 30. He was born in Clark county, In­ diana, March 2,1828, and was therefore near­ ly 62 years old at the the time of his death. He had gained considerable distinction for "meritorious military service. SUIWEKDER OF UTE JACK. Jack the Ute Indian chieftan arrived at Los Piuos Agency, Colorado, on the morn­ ing of Dee. 3. He was unattended. The commifsion was in session, and Jack took the stand. Jack has promised Ouray to give full particulars of the troubles at...

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. — 16 December 1879

THE LITTLE POLKS. Johnny, Jump Up Bumble! tumble! Johnny got»tumble! How ia he hurt, to start such a crying? Where ia the bump that flew up in a lump? You really would hink that the boy waa a-dy tag' Away like a rocket, eyes wild in their socket, The pussy-oat rushed—fluffy spurt! The little dog flow—and the doctor came, too, Before they found where he was hurt. O foolish little mannikin! I really think it is a sin For you to act like such a silly midget, And have such dreadful crying flta, that shake the household pll to bits, Andtget the people all ifl such a fidget! Here, be a littlo man, Johnny! Jump up, if you can, And show a smiling face, so now, that's a deary! Xfie world ia fnUrofrtrouble, aud don't you make it double, But do your best to keep it bright and cheery. Which Would You Be? Little Pinkie was sweet as arose and gentle as a dove. More is the pity that little -Pinkie should be introduced to you with her yellow hair dangling like tangled cob­ webs over-her small pug n...

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. — 16 December 1879

it I 1 y. I '.'4 I i{ .v ''i- •••'•. V'ij Jaiestown Gmcr&ai Reporter. Pu'jlislicil tScini-t5c cusiosial 1 y. 15 S. F- LAMBERT & Company. Dsalci-ia E N E A E A N I S E JAffiSSTOWN, tgMg:r & 2. 14* it 1 DAKOTA TER'Y. SALU TOH' '3T- In assuming the editoi in I.management of t!as column, we fed Imppy, but not, •stuck up like unto tho editor of the AfeElvr who goes avound town with a plaster of ink ou one eye, aud a C.MII t. oki- ter ovor the other to match. The fuci 's we have just received mte oi' t_e 'rg2ut i.ud most com plete storks of reudy-mjidg.-'clothiug ever brought- i.ito the James valley. and propjist.' to let the" people of Scotsman i-.'iiiit\ know it. Yours respectfully,. Right aide up with c:tre. S. F. LAM* IO.UT find Co., g™7^' r,,liyTWW*""'f'""nT"*?rT*"*"T 'Ti Ti MM CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. *)ur stock Ciothi'ig i-. of a lirst clas' |!iality. Wo can'lit' t'lic smallest boy or ifit? lai^esi: man. We c:vvV.fiv'e yonagood Sunday suit for §1.1, of ft working suit throu...

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. — 23 December 1879

VOL. 2. gam.esioTinx gi.X.c.tt. .Official t'npoi* of WtwtMJME.n County. Marshall IcClirs Editor & Prop'r. ISSUED EVET'Y TUESDAY JMORXING. a $ AMESTOWN OOLQVUU, cclumn, DAKOTA TERRITORY. AT VERTIS INC RATES. 1 inch, 8 inches, S fetches, 4 Iiickes, Iff. aw. 3w. 1 in. '3m. 6m. s**_ 2 00 5.50 4.00 7.00 12.00 3.-:r, 4.CO 8.00 12.00 18.00 5.i-0 (5.CO 12 00 13.09 S4.0H 4.W) 5.(!C 6.iH) 7.00 15 00 2.00 80.00 4.50 6.00 7.!» ?.S" 36.0'» S5. 0 JW.00 S.Oft 11.00 14.(11) IS. 00 SR.no 30.00 flO.OO 1.00 1.50 SOO 2.75 3.00 4.H0 columD, 12.1)0 15.00 18.00 21.00 4:i.O0 65.00 100.00 ISUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable in Advance. Ona Year, postage paid Hix Months. $3.10 1.30 Alt orders for the ALEUT I Iust be acf.-onpanie by the n^h. We do this to protcet our wives an for The jrood of our patrons. All advertisements mast be paid quarterly in ad­ vance. l'UiiLjsXKli. LOCAL XOTILES'- 10 ctrits pi line for first insertion 5c. per line for each subst iuent insirtior. 4K, W •"-iwr. v»»« VP -y'--"U -TV" £TO su...

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. — 23 December 1879

mi I it' 1 Hi H* 1 Mi 4 it !li w! I 1 .'ri ii •1 $he gfamestown $/«•/. MARSHALL McCLURE, Publisher. TAMESTOWN DAKOTA. THE WORLD'S DOINGS. TO HANG. The death warrant is signed lor the ex «oution of Nathan Greenfield, convicted on a third trial in Syracuse, N. Y. for the murder of his wife. He is sentenced to be hung Dec. 12. SUICIDE. Mrs. Mary Kissel, widow, of Newport Ky, drowned herself in a cistern on the morn­ ing of Dec. 8. She had lost the pension pap­ ers of her late husband, and fear that she eould not recover them, led her to this act. TO HANG. Peter Balbo, tried and couvicted in New York for killing his wife was sentenced Dec. 11, to be huDg on the 16tli of January next. When the .Judge asked Balbo what lie had to say why sentence should be pronounc­ ed on him, he replied: "I did sot intend to kill my wife, but she tried to kill me." GEN. TYLER VINDICATED. It can be stated on excellent authority that after careful examination of the charges against Gen. E. B. Tyler, postmas...

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. — 23 December 1879

AUTUMN. The rich autumnal shadows fall: The first brown leaf wheels slowly down And all along the orchard wall The mosses gather deeper brown. Through all the rounded golden hours No sound steals in from village street Alone the chimes from distant towers Float hourly through my still retreat. Across the vale, tlic rugged hills Are starting from their summer gloom, And bursting heather glows and Alls Their skyward curves with purple bloom. Again with Autumn comes the time When'you and I would cross the vale, And reach the mountain foot, and climb Till stars renew 1 he evening tale. I wander still where nature haunts Her secret places seldom sought But even nature something wants— A subtle something, deeply wrought. And here alone I sit, and now Thy voice is hushed but those dear eyes That flushed beneath thy brave boy-brow Are haunting me as daylight dies. The sun slopes slowly to his rest, This soft September afternoon, Till all the color leaves the west, And steeps the world in tw...

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. — 23 December 1879

7'' U\ it "Y if I 'P: 0$ ii-: '•&• I .£. r*f W "i 1' if 1 £1 'I :'tf ADDITIONAL LOCALS, W« are aorrj to be obliged to rob our reader* of the usual portion of reading matter, but we see no way to avoid it at present. As soon as possible we shall enlarge our paper to a sise sufficient to accommodate both readers and adver­ tisers. We realize as forcibly as any one possibly can the necessity of keeping our paper ou an equal footiug with the place, and have no desire to do otherwise As a usual thing every town or city is judged by the appearance and contents of its paper it goes out as a representative from the place in which it is published to the outside world. It falls into the hands of hundreds who arc in quest of locations an.I who have no way of getting the infor­ mation they desire only through the medium of the press. Should the press fail to equal these demands, it is compara­ tively worthless, and often loea more «famage than od. It is not our purpose to labor for the inte...

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. — 30 December 1879

Jaittestonra ^lert. Mfl»l Paper of »tit»w Coaaty. larsball HcClare Editor & Frop'r. ISSUED BVKRYI TUESDAY (HORNING. AT jAHESTOWN DAKOTA 1TERRIT0RY. ADVERTISING RATES. lw. iw. Iw. lm. la. ft. lyr. 1 lath. Stashes, sSekaa, a&fces, iNlnu, ieataaa, 9.0S 11.09 14. 1.00 1.60 too t.B0 4.00 7.00 U.M OO a. 75 ».» 4.00 t.00 11.00 11.00 S.00 4.00 B.00 0.00 1100 10.00 M.0» 4.M ».00 6.00 7.M IB.00 *.00 10.00 4.M t.00 7.35 S.« 10.00 tS.OO M.OO •0 te.no M.oo os.oe .00 4U.00 06.00 lOO.Ot W M. laaiaau, 11.00 W.00 18.09 «Ut3QCRIRTION RATES. Payable la Advance. •aeYear, postage paid $8.10 mrnmikr^ All ordara for the ALIRT nut Iw accompanle th«,cMh. W« do thla to protect oar aelvea aa the c«o4 of oar patron*. All adverttaemeatt aiaat be paid qaarterly ia ad *aae«. PUBLISHJtK. LOCAL NOTILM8!- 10 casta per llae for flrat iBMrtion Oe. per line for each tabatquent iaiirtioa. WO mhacriptlont eohtlBued longer than paid far —Boot packs at Cartin A Winslow's. —Groceries at bottom prices at Lyon's —Get ...

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. — 30 December 1879

$ht Jamestown glhrt. MARSHALL McCLURE, Publisher. JAMESTOW^ DAKOTA. THE WORLD'S DOINGS. ARCTIC EXPEDITION. The House committee on naval affairs have Instructed the chairman to report favor­ ably Representative Conger's bill to author­ ize and equip an expedition to the Artie re­ gions. STAGE COACH ACCIDENT. A stage driver by the name of J. A A. D. Dyer was overturned by a sharp wind in Boul­ der Cannon, Col. Dec. 16,and fell down the em­ bankment seventy feet. Dyer receiving in uries which resulted in his death. No other person seriously hurt,. A FORGER FOUND. detective in Boston, Mass., claims to have information that Rev.D. D. Winslow, the forger, is in Buenos Ayres, under the assum ed name of W. D. Lowe, and is publishing the Buenos Ayres Herald. He manifests great in­ terest in religious affairs. ABORTION. Dr. Charles A. Smith, a prominent physician of St. Louis, Mo., has been arrested for abortion on a servant girl named Ellen Singer. The girl confessed, and names a prominent S...

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. — 30 December 1879

CHRISTMAS BELLS. This ifl the day that Christ WM bora! Hark to the music, sweet and wild, That wakens glad hearts and forlorn, Ho greet the blessed child! O silver bells, that ring so clear All the winter morn in a: gray, Rooee up the sleeping world to hear That Christ was born to-day. Ring till the children start from sleep, Sweet with the dream ot joy to be, And clap their little hands, and leap, And shout aloud in glee. Ring till the sorrowful ones of earth, Whose lives are spent in toil and tears That leave, alas! no place for mirth In all the dreary years. Shall bean the tender words He said— "Come unto me all ye that mourn"— And gather strength anew to tread The path His feet have worn. Ring loud, ring sweet, 0 Christmas bells, Aud tune each waking soul to prayer, The while your joyful paean swells Upon the frosty air. Through misty dawn, and sunshine clear, Ring till the callous hearts of men. Stirred with the thought of Christ eojiear, Grow warm and soft again. Ring till the...

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. — 30 December 1879

'til W\ 3^? "jc. h. ADDITIONAL LOCALS, Montgomery Bhiir is called "the lone fisherman of politics," Mrs. A. T. Stcarart pays a tax of $500, 000 personal pronerty. I .Mr. Cieorge Augustus Sala gets $10,000 i'] tii« work on America. One of tlic quaint scarf pins is toml currying a toadstool umbrella. Evangelist Moody has reuti'd house! ami settled down in St. Louis. North Carolina hogs are fattrniag on the best chestnut crop ev known. Tiiurlow Weed saw the first sttambont, ajjil rode on the first railway ear. Tlltou inscribes bis book of poems to hii ilaughters Alice and Ptownee. A private letter received from Texas Mates that Jesse I aires wus seen oit a farm iu that State alive and well, and showing in indication of ever having been wound ed.—Ex. It not being bad enough to have the mail delayed by snow and other unayoid able reasons probably known to the route agent, the mail was left in the baggage cur in front of the Dakota house, nearly an hour after its arrival,on Saturday last....

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. — 6 January 1880

"Jatucslottra Jtfert. futol Cwly. larshaQ HcClore Editor & Fros'r. I8SUID XVIBT TUE8DAY XOBKIMO. AT JAMESTOWN DAKOTA ITERRITOftT. ADVERTISING RATES. iksL, 4htlM, Una. Imi lw. »w. 8w. la. Im. I«. fyt. 1.00 1.80 too SO# 4.00 7.00 IMS too a.7K s.as 4.oo s.ooit.oo u.oo S.SO 4.09 6.00 «.00 13.00 11.01 M.0* 4.00 B.00 8.00 T.O# 18.00 MOO 80.00 4.80 0.00 7.35 8.88 18.00 SS.00 88.08 9.00 11.00 14.00 15.00 88.00 88.00 OO.Ot Ijpluu, 18.00 15.00 18.00 *1.00 4U.00 05.00 190.01 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Parable in idnnc*. •Wo Tear, poiti|« paid $8.10 ttKMentLsT 1.80 AH orim f»r the ALBBT auit bt accoBipanie fcf th« cask. W« 4o this to proUct oar selves as f»r tkt(w of our patron*. All adVertiaenenU BUI be paid qaarterly ia ad T*BO«. PUBLISHER. LOCAL JWrJ6X#/-10c«nU per llaeforflrat insertion fio. per line for each rabteqaent laaertloa. If eubacrtptUae eobtlnned longer than paid for NOTICE, What!Curtin & Winslow wish to say to the Public. We buy our goods direct from first hand* for cash, and co...

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. — 6 January 1880

MARSHALL McCLURE, Publisher. TAME8T0WN DAKOTA. TH1 WORLD'S DOIKGS. •f POO* FUND in PARlfe.-***» fX) The fund started by thd Figaro news­ papers for tlie relief of We poor in Paris, lias reached 100^)00 ftailcg., Sefrereiweather con­ tinued to prevail nere. Several deatn§ have oc­ curred in the streets from cold and privation. The Seine is'jty§sable at several points. within the city. GRAVE ROBliERY. Grave robbers broke into a colored cemetry in the western suburbs of Cincinnati, O., the other night and carried a\vay the bodies of Henry Jones, late teacher in the St. Louis eolored schools Silas Edniundson and Maria Burnside, 15 years old. The trus­ tees searched the medical colleges of the city, to-day, but without success. STRIKERS AT WORK. The first brigade were under arms at Chicago, on the morning of Dec. 36, prepar ing to move for the stock yards in case their services were called for. Towards noon, every­ thing being quiet, they were dismissed vrith orders to reassemble for dut...

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. — 6 January 1880

B1LLAD OF BLUE CHINA. There'* ajoy without canker or cark, There's a pleMure eternally new Til to Kaze on the glaze and the mark Of china that's old, and that* bine Who'd have thought thoy would oome to us, who That o'er loot of an empire would hang A veil of Morrisian hue,, In the reign of the Emperor Hwang? These dragons—their tails, you remark, Into bunches of lotus-flower grew— When Noah came out of the ark, Did these lie iD wait for his crew? They snorted, they snapped, and they.flew They were mighty of fin and of fang, And their portraits Celestials drew, In the reign of the Emperor Hwang. Here's a pot with a house in a park. In a park where the peach-blossoms blew. Where the lovers eloped in the dark, Lived, died, and were turned into two Bright birds that eternally flew Titrough the boughs of the May as they sang 'Tia a tale was undoubtedly true In the reign of the Emperor Hwang. ENVOY. Come, snarl at my ecstasies, do, Kind critic, your tongue bas a tang, But a sage never he...

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. — 6 January 1880

AOOhwiJal LI. .LS, 'l'Jtc New Northwest copied two leading «s tiol'js from tbe Ai.kkt last rfvonlh. One ''i ii?j steal outright ami the otlser they -.ive credit to the Land Journal. The New Northwest is noted for crookedness in this respect- So fur as we are concerned we do not care if we don't get credit for our loci Is,arid were it not tor the fact tint we seldom write an editorial worth copying, wi- would not squeal when we seethe •rwlifc for our articles given to. ether journals, or stolen outright. We hope the TWT cold blooded thief who edits the New mlffm C** Northwest witli a pairs of shears, will exercise a little self respect and do lees Uiievinti'. The Paris Figaro relates tlmt when the ot a usurer was fought in marriage 1 the parents of a woman lie had never seen, his father toll him to ask $12,000 if *)ie was young and pretty, $16,000 if she was old and ugly, and if there was any tliiug queer about her or her family to demand $100,000. A few dav.s after came telegram: "T...

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. — 13 January 1880

!jr A *4% VOL. 1: £xntt*t0nra ^yiert. leial Paper «f lUtaaii Ctuly. Isnhall KcClm Iftitor & Proj'r. DM USD BYSBT TUESDAY MOBBING. AT JLLESTOWN DAKOTA ITERR1T0RT. ADVERTISINGRATES. 4mekm, teelama, tQ*l«nn. lw. I*. Iw. In. Sim. la. fyr. «.M 4.00 7M ELM 4i» 1.00 1100 1S.60 0.00 1S.00 lt.00 S4.0* 7.00 1B.00 so.oo ao.oo 8.95 1B» SS.OO SS.OO 1.00 1.50 too 1.85 5.00 6.00 7.85 t.00 ITS 1.80 4.00 4.S0 1.00 4.80 §.00 Mlamn, I.M ll.eo 14.W 15.00 M.oo M.00 00.00 lt.M 00 18.00 91.00 *i.«0 06.0* 100.M SUBSCRIPTION RATES Payable in Adnaci. Tear, ft.M MxXeatka All order* for the LOCAL NOTltKSl- 1.80 Albrt maat bo accompanie hf tkc eaab. Wo 4o this to protect oar telTea an good of our patron*. •ertiaemeato mast be paid quarterly in ad •PUBLISHKR. nIIAFT the ci 10 centa per llae for llrit (Mertson 6c. per line for each subsequent insertion. VtO •ubicriptloni cohtlnued longer than paid for NOTICE, WhatlCurtin & Winslow wish to say r. to the Public We buy our goods direct from first hands for c...

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. — 13 January 1880

*WE^.zig$ag±$ 1 Si I 4 I If he Jamestown ^/er/. MARSHALL McCLTJRE, Publi|lip, TAMESTO^ts .v 4i^".? XHi^oiiurs^N Oil the night of Dec. 29, at Pope's at ion, Miss. Bedford and Frank Duke cous­ ins, liad an encounter over a sranie of cards, in which Frank shot Bedford wita.a doubly barreleds^o^iiun, killing ford leaves a wife and seven children. .KAIIOSA^ DBB!ii"6TATeMBNT."" The debt stateiuent^sued Iiom the treasury department at Wasliingtoi}, Jan. 2, shows the decrease of debt for D^c^nibor to be, j54,8Si,2i7 cash in treasury $207,673,903 gold .certificates of deposit^,, outstanding $10,246, 000. legal tenders outstanding §346,681,016 fractional currcucy outstanding 615, 674,.503. *V fitraGfeUrSf I» »EW T&M'S" Unknown^di^fars u't. a-.ij^le inj the wall of ^lanasheh^L. Goldmsyijs dry good store, 01 Canal street, New Year's morping, and stole stock Valued at $0,000. .Five bur­ glars, "two .policemen'and the owner of the store in which,the burglars -yyere operating, engaged in a bat...

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. — 13 January 1880

1 vf. MASTERED BY PASSION. Ao*tJ Annio'sStoiry. "I admit that Rui^i ip,quick-tampered and that she often says things that she does not mean." It was Hjmnak ClfMej ^.p^spqke, a hey gadl 'ettydduMtfj^^'ma olbn nor qiiite"4 two years the wife of Charles Gray. "Still," said Susan Adams, another consin, "I must say that she is much to blame. Her husband is one of the kindest aiid best of men, and I know "'that she often w^kes him unhappy. She might act differently if she would." "I am not Buue of that," returned Hannah. "She is not to blame for the evil disposition which was born in her. She cannot help her own nature. No two of us are alike in all our feelings, and we are all apt to act about as we feel. It is unfortunate that some people are diseased but I cannot say, that those ore to blame who have in­ herited their disease from their ances­ tors. And so it is with our disposition." "But," suggested Susan, "that per­ son who has inherited a disease which works mischief not only to he...

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. — 13 January 1880

wm ADDITIONAL LOCALS, —Learned Bros., hare just receirccl a wr load of the following tores: FAXLOII STOVKS. lfcld«t Star, Silver Star, the Resolute raffle. flOOK STOVKS. CbaUeng*. Fanahon, Fire produce 7 ruing America, Silver Star aiul Golden *t»r Cook. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Voii are hereby requested to call at the Court house, in Jamestown, and pay your ta*e# and save expense. On the first .Monday of February of the year after which taxes have been asaesed all unpaid taxes bccotne delinquent auci draw inter-. at the rate of five per cent, and one per cent, per month until paid. Call bo lore February 1st. THOMAS S. COLLINS, Co. Treasurer, Stutsman county, J). T, 3w Newspaper Business Gespel. ^'uiux City Jeuraal. It is rather painful to notice in some of our best and worthiest local newspapers nppeal to delinquent subscribers to pay lip. The strongest aud best appeal is the notice to this effect: That on and after certain date the name of eve»y delin­ quent subscribers will be dropped,...

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. — 20 January 1880

lamtshmm $ .4 i: $ Pl«r of StaUfMa CMMIJT. fftrshall IcClire Iditir ft Prop'r. MVD KTSBT TU10DAT MOBHIHO. AT JliBISTOWH DAKOTA TERIUTORT. ADVERTISING RATES. Iw. »w. tw. la. f. Ijfr. 1.00 1.M too S.B0 4.00 7.0» ttB too t.75 S.U 440 100 IMS IS.SS in 4.m ft.oo s.ns lt.oo isos sto* 4.*0 ».00 «.M 7.M IS.SS M.00 SO.flS imiuam, 4.M s.«o 7.« Mm.Nn.N iMi fSatean, l.t» 11.40 14.00 IS.00 SS.W SS.t* SS.Sf 1 Nlin. IK* IS. 00 18.00 11.01 Su.OS «.** 10S.W 8UB8CRIPTION RATES. Pinbli la Mrnei. All ortwi for tfca Auai most b* aceompaaia wttteah. Wa do this to protact our aalvaa aa rood of oar patron*. All Mvartiaeaeau nut ba Nio*. lias just received q.jitc an addition to his LINE OF STotioxis, and AND Will KEEP The MOS Coxrxplete steels JILT N paid quarterly la si PUBLISHER. LOCAL NOTICES/-10 eenta per llae for Irit laMrtioa So. per line for each aubwqneat laaertton. IfO aubacriptlana cohtlnned longer than paid for* ADDITIONAL LOCALS. —Learned Bros., have just received a car load of the following sto...

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