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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 17 February 1880

rl': 1^* r- pqaremt.f,1,1 j1 1 1 WHAT THE GO .33EN WOHTHWEST HAo TO SAY ABOUT STUTSMAN CCUNTY. This rliatrict iu point of fertility of soil and o-enenil adaptability for agricultural operations diffeis n-ne from tlmfc we have :,«s,a through since leaving the licl river vallov same at ami causes appear to have conspired to creute.a -il especially adapted tor the v-o!H'ti-m A wheat in its hi'dics* degree of |v. rfecilon, ami' to the yiowth of other«graiu and ail, vegetables ,\'a abundance and of a marked superiority "of flavor and nutritive qualities. The -irpuvl that the K^d riv-v vaile.v was once the bed'of an nmneuxelake, and that its is the result ot long continued decay and deposits of-vegetable, matter, should no' iv. confined to ha I locality ah for two valley through which we have iU, I, vi: til I 6*f vTdVltfe fftfc, "luVvC ?t W'.'f-a!:"):. of the benefits of long oy*rS?'W- 4^ 1 •flu-M mill, p/ JmjpvbaWie \ha'- one lake, or wo o" tlmie smaller ones rM«mw. ••-loi'fefts *101 Af-...

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. — 24 February 1880

I VOL. 2. I vf %awcstotuit Mdal Faier --r„ *r ^V. l**h* w# 5 1 ^*1*4 ft Htitiatn C*Bit|r. M'BWD) BVSRT TUESDAY MORHlNa. AT jAMESTOWW DAROfi fEftRlTOliT. ADVlATISMO iATBH, Iw. sw. tw. la. la. la. fyi. am qri.»~7:d5~a» S23 Jtt 100 lt.00 10.00 1.00 too .S.00 «.eo 4.90 1.50 8.75 4.i0 5.W S.00 JS Olnehas, ft OTlVUB, SCO too 1*00 18.00 SfcOO e.Ml T.00 It 00 *9.00 00.00 7.25 S.» ».P0 KN (Mtana. S.00 11.00 14.00 lft.00 M.flO^fl.oO [SOlMn, If.00 16.00 18.00.tl.00 4U.00 ».pt 100.1 «Ot3*:ORlRTIOhl RATESL PayabU fnAdtfau*. JaeJaar, poatagapai ...... .ft.10 Sis Montna. 'V .. r. AT HOME- We are here. :s Blue bird?. Qreen jorn. 1.80 All or*era~ for tfca AlkAt mnat accompanla protect oor telvea an "r the good of our patron*. All actrartiaamenta aauet ba paid anarterlrin ad FUBLlSHJCB. CA S O 77CcSS.'- 10 ,'ctnti per. lTn« for Aral »««rti«B te. per line for each aubacqaent inacrlioa. IfO »oh»crl|Monii^nUno^ ••.ADDITIONAL LOCALS, —Learned Bros., ha^e just received a oar load of the jfollowkg stoves F...

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. — 24 February 1880

if I J- URV BHOtU W«rk th» ExttBBlM I* tit Baft budi. BUnwtrck tribune. Major Walker of the St. Louis store lias just returned from a trip to tho canton­ ment on the tittle Missouri/He reports tiio work ontbe extension as progressing rapidly. Walker, Bellows & Co., hare ex­ cellent ability and are pushing tho work with energy .The grading in the Bad Lands is a.feat in railroading almost unparalleled. Material, horse carts, narrow* gauge portable railroad, dump carts and all oth­ er tools necessary for construction of the roadbed are being taken to the front. Mr. Walker thinks tho iron, horse will no doubt take Water from the .Yellowstone river by next fall. For grazing, Mr. Walker says that the Bad Lands are des­ tined to become of much cote. He was surprised to see men cutting- a good equal­ ity of hay in January with an old flubioned scythe. Cattle behind the bluffs in the Bad Lands are thoroughly protected from wind and snow, and they can find good grazing the winter through....

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. — 24 February 1880

t* x" ifi'*• 1 VA sva.^SI *l" V," •'•iVv/*''' fit '*•'•?**»*-»?**•Ur ... .^K* -fm i'S- VKLi •. We now have for, sale the most desirable lands in Stutsman County from $3.00 to $6.50 per acre. We will also sell one of the befit sections in Township 140, Raijige 66,for $5 per, acre. $1.60 per acre cash, balance on five years at ten per cent. •. One of the best sections inTownship 1JjO, Range 64, three and one half mile from town, FOUR DOLLARS per acre also one-half sec­ tion, 320,acres, in Township 138, Range 63, in the James River "Valley with about 300 cords nice growing timber at &6JQQL per acre. 4Part cash, balance on time. This wilU make frae of the most BEAUTIFUL FAEMS in Stutsman County. wis ~i of and to those who want good hem^es ffEAP, ,uto gaarariteei SATJSFdCTIOJf. -t' *•lr of al^acantjaiids for en^ by Homestead oribeeCitii^9wi^ We also attend to all\ class of Umd cast?, making filings, atttnding to contests, $c., on reasonaMe TERMS. l2f ,• I t"~ £.1 »?. ..v X1*]' Vi mi-...

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. — 24 February 1880

FROM THE FRONT. Bismarck Tribune. Lieut. Geo. B. Walker, 6th Infantry arrived from Ft. Buford Monday night, The Lieut, is enrottte t» Washington, having' in charge L. B. Spann, a private of Co. 1,6th Infantry, whose is to be placed in the Government Asylum. Spann was a regular paid up subscriber 10 the Tiib une, and became insane over fruitless ef oriUparora in the poetic line to produce a "pome" to be published at the Tribune rate, *1 ,00 per lino—rthe poor fellow imagined himself the Shakespeare of the 19th century. Though perfectly harmless the Sergeant having him in charge liaijd cuffed him and put him in the jail for safe keeping until a train leaves for-'tlic east. This almost broke the poet's heart, who had the sympathy of many who wit­ nessed the scene. The same party lingered here two' or three days jaiting for the road to open. Spann being a regulaneader of the Trib­ une, we do not wonder at his having a shattered mind. ^Totice, Notice is hereby given that there will be a ...

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 March 1880

f-vV |f amestoMJti ,IMcrt. Official I'ap«i' tf StatKman County. Marsliall MeClurs Editor & Prop'r. ISSUED EVICKY TUESDAY MOUSING. AT j&M.ESTOWH DAKOTA TERRITORY. AOVEKTlJilXCi ItATES, 1 w. JJvv.flw. 1 in. tm. (n. fyt. link, 1.00 i.50 3ilxri.M~4.o6" T.OO 1X.M SjaahM, too 3.76 S.iift 4.00 S.00 13.00 M.00 fthefcM, s.OA 4.(« 5.M) e.oo IS OO I*.o# JM.O" 4t*ckM, 4.00 5.00 ft.00 7.00 10.00 20.00 90.00 icohusa, 4.50 e.OO 7.25 8.35 JG.O* S5.(«« M.O0 MlSBitt, $.00 11.Ofl 14.(H) 15.00 36.CI0 30.00 60.00 ftlaaui, 11.00 15.00 18.00 31.0* 4O.00 86.00 100.«t 3 OWSCRfRTiON RATE S~ Payable in Advance. #no Year, postage paid J2.10 Six Months. 1.30 All orders for the Altkt must be accomparii* by the cash. We do this to protect our selves an for the good of our patrons. AllftdvcrtisementB inuat be paid quarterly in ad­ vance. PUBLlSKKK. LOCAL 2JfTlLES!~ 10 cents per line for first Jisrvtion he. per line fur each subsequent insertion. TTO s»hscrirtiong contimuil longer than paid for A. AIX Eft, ...

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 March 1880

gjht Jamestown $hrt. MARSHALL McCLURE, Publisher. JAMESTOWN DAKOTA. THJE WORLD'S DOIHGS. SHOT DEAD. AtLehighton, Pa. Feb. 11, Edward Mulherin visited a man named Goldberger to contradict a scandal about himself and Gold bergor's wife, and after a short talk, Goldber­ ger fliot Mulherin dead. MUUDELL. Jacob Fnlc, an old and respective cit­ izen, was shot and almost iustanlly kitled. Feb. 10, on Court house square in Peoria, 111., by his daughter's husband, Luther 13. McKin ney. Cause, a divorce suit pending against McKinney, who is a violent man. THE KE&O CASE. Major Reno having learned of the ap­ proval of the sentence of the court martial dismissing him from service, has telegraphed the president to be allowed to resign. The President has the request under consideration and orders of the war department in Reno's case are delayed for decision. 11AILROAD COLLISION. An extra freight on the Mississippi & Tennessee railway, which left Memphis at midnight, Feb. 11, collided with ...

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 March 1880

"Woren Air," The Deoca muslins of India are among the most wonderful evidences of the hand-skill of the strange people of the mysterious East. These fabrics, which are spun and woven entirely by hand, and are the product of obscure and curious processes, unknown to and unattainable by the Western nations, like the fabrication of Damascus steel and the making of camel's-hair shawls, are marvels of ingenuity and skill, and they illustrate the poetry of cotton. The most delicate of these fabrics is known by the name of "woven air." It can only be made in the early morning and in the evenings, when the air is full of moisture and the dew is on the grass. The processes by which it is woven are kept secret, and the people who do the work are compelled first to pass through along course of training and imitation. Their delicate wares are of such ethereal texture as to bo almost invisible, and yet are so enduring that they will bear washing and wear in a wonderful manner. This precious sfcu...

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 March 1880

rr I a 1 *3 £$ I f, •A I •A -*iS-r*-y- -Hi JAMESTOWN A Retrospective Glance at Its Early History, together] With a Brief •ketch of It* Present and future precipe* is. [Continued irom No. 31.] CHAPTER VI. April 25th, 1878, John Bell, jr., gazed for the first time upon the lair valley of the James he came from Collingwood, Ontario, Canada took up claims two and a halfmiies north ot town on the Pipe stem and in the fall of the same year, his parents, two sisters and brother, lionald Bell, followed him. They hare all tnken claims in the vicinity of each other and now have one of the nicest and best equipped farms in the county. The first year, John Bell, jr., broke forty acres: he did his work in season, in a good work­ manlike manner, and sowed his seed in time in the spring of '79. The rfsult of which care acd attention he raised thirty bushels of wheat to the acre last fall and has made himself the premium farmer of Stutsrcan county. Niel Bell, one of our constables, came in company ...

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 March 1880

fjaraeslinmt gdcrt. Mrial Paper of Ktutomnn Couuty. Marshall WcClnre Editor^ Prop'r. ISSUED EVERY TUJiSDAY MORNING. AT jAME^jjWN DAKOTA TERRITORY. prjKtii'lHINCi BAT«», 1 w. a\v. 3w. In, *n». Cn. iyt. fK— 1.00 3 .50 a 00 2.IJ0 4.00 7.00 ia.oe aekaa. ehee, bf the 00 3.75 3 !W 4.00 8 00 1100 1*.00 8.00 4.M 5 00 (1.00 13.00 14.09 S4.C* itaehoe, 4,00 ».)• 8.no 7.00 IB.00 »).00 10.00 ieaiaiaa, 4.50 8.00 7.35 8.85 taahuan, 1S.M I.un All arders for the Alirt rnuat iiitt* ir.0 tS."« 8.00 11.00 14.00 l.voo sn.oo as.no o».M mUmm, 18.00 15 08 18.00 31.0* 4o.0S SS.09 100.8® lUdQCRIPTION RATES. Payable in Advance. 4fcae Tear, postage paid |2.10 Us Months. 1.30 be accompanie cash. We do this to protect our selves an tor the good of our patron*. All advertisement* mast be paid quarterly in ad Mim. PUBLISHER. L-CAL NOTICES!- 1# crota per Ifaefor first •••rtion 6c. pei Hue for cach subsequent insertion. SO subscriptions continued loafer than paid fsr ATI-HE POiT OFFICE. Horatio W. Ke! icy, Proprieto...

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 March 1880

'•HI :p 5 i. .• OM r--| U-MBj .i,K ihl\i /-n A -i1' .' -.1.- 4 jJyA fj- rj '.: f| I *s A V, 1 fiv Jamestown $ltrt. MARSHALL McCLURE, Publisher. TAME8T0WN DAKOTA. THJC WORLD'S 001K6S. ITENO DISMISSED. At a cabinet meeting, Feb. 6, the sen­ tence of the court martial which recently tried Major Reno, recommending Ins dismissal from service was affirmed. and the proper or­ ders to that effect will 600u he issued. RAILROAD ACCIDENT. The St. Loins express from Isew "io due at Buffalo,M. Y. on the early morning of Feb. 3. ran into a freight train at Crofts Station, thirty miles cast of Buflalo, and tbree sleepers, a freight car and the freight engine were thrown from the track, tso lives repoit ed lost. COAL MINERS. The coal miners of the Belleville, 111., district gathered in hundreds, Feb. fc, at then usual rendezvous, the ei^ht mile store, as it is called, and debated sharply the rule of the miners, that no miner shall dig more than fifty bustiels. The average which a good man can make ...

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 March 1880

"Worsted. •.Wheat, Oata, Barley. Hidti, Pelta and Fori, iaexchange lor goods. L. LYON tiaitM*. j^iXOIl HOUIK, ttk hseas la no atm&iMrr FLOW 4 DOME, Ff otmnri. M. THOMPSON, HONTOOMEKY WARD ft CO., 987 Si 83 IT Commercial Travelers. LOWS 8VA& 1U1MI Jmamnwm, BAJMXA flBBHL NOT I'AII, to Rend for our Price Mst for 1CT 1880. FHKK to any address upon »p plication. Contains descriptions of every JMHMr W ihlnft required for personalorfamlly use. with over 1,200 Illustrations. We sell all Soods at wholesale prices In quantities to jvilt the purchaser^ The only Institution In America f/ho make this their special business. Address. Walwsh Ave.. Chicago. 111. STATBMBN'I OF THE CONDITIONS OF THE GERMAN AMUUCAX INSURANCE COM* FANT, ON THE 818T DAT OF DEC. 1879. The name of the Company iaOerman American Insurance Company. It is located in New York. The amount of its'Capital is $1,000,000 paid up is $1,000,000. The Assets of the Company are as follows: Cash on hand and in hands of agents or ...

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 March 1880

A Varied Race in Kansas. It is well known that the wrought stone implements found in the ancient river gravels of California prove con­ clusively that during or before the glaoial period the Pacifio coast was in­ habited by man. In a report on archaeological explorations in Kansas, Judge E. P. West, of that State, pre­ sented a large amount of evidence to show that at an equally remote period that region was peopled by a race com­ pared with which the mound-builders must be accounted modern. The geology of the region is simple. Prior to the drift epoch tbe river chan­ nels were deeper than now, and the river valleys were lower. Subsequently the vslleys were filled by a lacustrian deposit of considerable depth. In or beneath this last deposit the remains of an extinct race occur. Such remains have been found at various depths in seven different coun­ ties along or near the Kansas Pacific railroad, namely, Douglass, Pottawato­ mie, Riley, Dickinson, Marion, Ells­ worth and Lincoln cou...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 9 March 1880

FACING THE HEIGHTS. Since the eong wc eiug is But a sad one! Since the presence that we bring 13 Not a glad one: Must we—you, my heart, and, I— Stay to watch the world run by, While we two sit back and cry— Wearily? What! be this our strait? and truly Is all lost? Is hope given up and duly Shrieked and crossed? Come, herrts! Can net you and I Yon untrodden country try, Rather than lie down and die— Drearily? Seems to me, the hills glow greenly Over there. If our fate has served us meanly, Can't we bear? Lot us trudge it, you and I, Heart to where the new lands lie Let us bid good-bye— Cheerly. —Howard Qlyndon. HARK S PREACHING. Little Hark was a colored boy and lived '"away down South." I think they called him. Hark because the wool stood riglit up on his head, and his round eyes were open so wide that he had a look as if lie were alway listening. "See here, you Hark," said his daddy on New Year's Day, Did yer done hear what de preacher tole yer to-day?" "Yes, daddy I done hear," sa...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 9 March 1880

II if hi S N •. t, "'I VV v?* l$! 4-jj. WASHINGTON tfptcial Cttrr««jonde*cs tetht Jamestown ALIST WASHUiQTon, Feb. 28th, ^eoator Randolph of New Jersey has succeeded in having the Fitz John Porter bill assigned for consideration on Monday. He says that it will pas* many Republicans have signified their purpose of voting t\r it. But from other sources I learn that not only Republicans, but Democrats will opoose it on the legal ground that Con­ gress cannot appointor restore an officer whose commission depend* on the execu tirf The public were surprised yes­ terday to learn that after all the talk abuut breaking up the lottery business through the mails, and eren imar a decision in their behall by the District Supreme Court, the Post Oflice officials Hurreadered to the gamblers. In other words, thry say that they find there is no cyidcnce against certain lottery companies to justify throwing them out of the inula. After months of controversy and bitter epithets the Post Office departm...

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 March 1880

5 Ht 1 i? «i Mrlal Paper of ilutoman County. MarsMMcCta Editor & Prop'r. ISKVJCD KVERT TUE8D..T MORNING. AT JAMESTOWN DAKOTA TERRITORY. AlVKKTl»lX4it UATEH, Iv. aw.Sw. lm. Jim. *•. fyt. l.flO l.M 1(1) S.M 4.«l 7.00 1S.M «.:» sat UttT: (WkM, IS 4.00 oo S.M 4.0* •aoTear, pMintp»H....... i«m im» OO oo It 00 IS O* M.0* 4.M IM SM 1NIINM.N WM 4.M *.M 7.IB I.* 1I.W SM* t.M U.M 14. 1S.M M.M M.M IB. II.#4 IS 18.M Sl.M M.M IM.It SUt33CRIF»TfON RATES Payable in Advent*. ....... l.M All tiiltrk for (hi AIJTnut ta weonpnl* If iki caeb. We dothia to fntect oar telvea a* Hf the foM of oar patron*. All idrertiKBnto aiu»t bo paid tnart«rly VMM. PUBL18HKR. LOCAL NOTlLKSi- 1* cnta per Horatio W. Kelley, •.Proprietor- Books, Stationery, Chicago Daily Papers, Harper Weekly, and other periodicals furnished at regular rates. A fall lino of Katv, Allans. Toye, Notion*, Ac. Novels by our Leading author*. A ao a good *tock of School Book* for »ale. Don't Fonet To Call. S,L. KNAPPS SON. QEITBri JLE-P AIIT...

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. — 16 March 1880

MnwRiBhW^^ }1* .?v„i^ /$WV*11 r*t» »*,* i:' "I 1 1 !-'l %ht ^ameslawn JIterL MARSHALL McCLURE, Publisher. ?AMESTOWN DAKOTA. NEWS OFJTHE WEEK. SUDDEN DEATH. At Wilmington, Delaware, on the morning of March 3, Henry Pepper, law part­ ner of Senator Bayard, was found deacl in his bed. GREAT FIRE. A Paris dispatch says the warehouses of the Messageries national great carrying company have been destroyed by fire. Mer­ chandise estimated at the value of 2,000,000 francs was destroyec. Six thousand square yards are covered with debris. Loss fully in­ sured. FIRE. The Cushing house at St. Croix Falls, Wisconsin, was destroyed by fire on the morn­ ing of March 4. Loss, $5,000 insured in the Tire & Marine, St. Paul, for 2,000. The records of the U. S. land office were all saved, but business will be suspended a few days. The contents of the hotel were partially saved. ATTEMPTED MURDER BY A NIHILIST. On the afternoon- ot March 3, at St. Petersburg, Gen. Melikoff, chief of the new supreme c...

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 March 1880

MARY S GOAT. Mary had a William goat, And he was black as jet He followed Mary 'round all day', And liked her? you just bet! He went with her to school one day The teacher kicked him out It made the children grin, you know, To have that goat about. But though old Whack'em kickcd him out, Vet still he lingered near He waited just outside the door Till Whack'em did appear. Then William ran to meet that man He ran his level best And met him just behind, you know- Down just below his vest. Old Whack'em turned a sommersault The goat stood on his head, And Mary laughed herself so aick She had to go to bed. Some Things it's Hard to Understand: Why an endless procession of drinkers from a public dipper, will, without any exception, drink cioso to the handle. Why half the human race was not born without hearing, and the other halt with­ out speech. Then the talkers might talk on in uninterrupted flow, and the hearers exercise their especial gift without their present puriency to speak. Why p...

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 March 1880

It LATH, wnaa»w«i«.w m—iwa ihbh PLEASE CALL Oil, OR ADDRESS, D.UUit'iIN J. Jt Wl^iSl.0^' CURTJN &»>h\SLO¥ At Wholesale and Retail* (Uwler four Distiii':! Rt:tl:s. GE1TERAL MERCH A.N DISS GROCERIES. PROVISION, IIAH!) WARE. OttOOKE DRY GOODS, CLOTHIXG. ATM aw» 1APS, BOOTS AND SHOES, NOTIONS. &c. PLOI7B axa-d. PESD, FLOUR, GROUND PEED. OATS, SEED GRAlIf. nrstxxrLim.g: 2v£a-cli.Ira.exy, FURST A BRADLEY PLOWS, (Gang, Sulky and Walking.) FISH BRO'S WAGONS, MONITOR SEEDERS, E A «, HARVESTERS, MOWERS, HARROWS, HORSE RAKES, .EJ "U" 2V£ BeE, GEORGE W YENNUM, MANAGER The On! Aaeney dealing Exclusively in Stutsman Count? Lands. Locating tad improving .ands attended to with care, ana satisfaction guaranteed AISTSA CT Of TITLES. *ni *tt ether information nwtmry, WUMW1SMEB i* MET TIERS en APPLICATION. Th« ONLY Agency on the line of the N. P. R. R. that has NOTES of LAND from personaVexaminatio^aod thu9 saves miles of travel selecting the land desired. ALL WHO ARE LOOKING FOR HEW HOMES I...

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 March 1880

M5'11.,".',:"' :h f! 1-, .ri.: Jamestown ^Xcrt. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING. MARSHALL 2!sCLUliB, Editor and Proprietor. Terms:--Iff paid in Advance. ONE COPY, one year, f2 00 iK£ COPY, six months. 1,1 00 All bn*iue«e communications should beaddreesed to MARSHALL McCLURK, Jamestown, Dakota, DIGESTABLE HASH, As Prepared toy the Alert Gang for the Express Benefit of its Home CUB tomers. Who are at liberty tc Inspect it. And behold spring cometli. Grand Rapids, not "VVellstown." £. P. Well still lingers in St. Paul. Robins Lave put in their appearance. Major Lyon 1ms a charming bull purp. Go to Henry Vessey for Oround Feed The Dakota House is rapidly improv­ ing. Attorney Bill has our thanks for favors extended. Seeding commenced yesterday in good earnest. Spring has come and we arc once more greeted with the songs of loving birds Pure seed oats at Henry Vessey's. 162 Mr Griffin of the Parkhurat farm has commcnced to labor thereon. —Old papers for sale at this office for Tf cents pe...

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