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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 23 November 1880

?/'3*NXJESTORAM GTLERT 1 MARSHALL MoCLURE, Publisher. JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA CURRENT TOPICS AN old Yorkshire woman described her happy circumstances thus: "I've a nice little cottage, a chest of drawers and a pianny, a lovely garden and some flow­ ers in my window, and (waxing warm) my husband's dead, and the very sunshine of 'eav'n seems to fall on me." THERE are a great many women who are not fit to be wives or mothers who have no aptness for either vocation. But there is work enough in the world lor all such noble worir, renumerative work The name old maid has ceased to be a reproach to woman who have fouod their true vocation outside of marriage. JUSTICE CLIFFORD, it is stated, will never again take up his public duties, He is able to ride, but takes compara­ tively little interest in what goes on about him, and shows little mental ac­ tivity. His family wished to take him to his Portland home for the winter, but he emphatically refused to leave Wash­ ington. As it is thought that he...

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 November 1880

THE FASCINATING CAPTAIN. Through the liolea of my hat, as I lay on the Band, I saw the Louisa sail straight for the land. The yacht has my name and the Captuiu'e my bean When he asked me to marry. I couldu't say no! I wouldn't say no, liecause It is true Every girl in Nlanlic wanted Ulin, too. Through the holes Sn my hat, as 1 lay 011 the sand, I saw my brave Captain step lightly to land. I would make believe sleep, and sen what he'd say, Though I'd watch every step as lie hurried this way I would watch every step of my lover so true Every girl in Kiantio wanted him, too. Through the holes ill my hat, as I lay on tho sand, I saw him keep waving his handsome brown hand And Bella De Vere, who sketched by the sou, Waved her hand in retipoiiBe and laughed merrily Waved her hand hi response to my Captain so true— Every girl in Kiantio wunied him, too. Through the holes in my bat, as I lay on the saud, I saw my gay Captain take Bella's fair hand And kiss it repeatedly—then glance round in...

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 November 1880

.' -k •V 5 »KTt r^IBBT PKBBBYTMRIAM CHUttCll, Jamas I l. T., lisr. N. D. KAIJIINO. ar-or. Services in the ochool house, at 10:30 a- m.aud T:30 p.m., every Sabbath. I'rayer meeting W'odnea day •vening at 7:i(d. Nooejr furulAhed £•, '4 •t tor 91«N,9M to ionn. Wm .A It is said that even the legislature can­ not act on the coal question. There is not at this writing, Thurday noon, a stick of wood in town. Prosecuting Attorney Bill went to Fargo last Thursday on legal business. JS. P. Wells will l'lpjisli the money t« parties desiring to prove up on home­ steads and pre-emptions. tf The Alert visits nearly every family in Stutsman county. It is therefore a good advirtfsiiig meriinm. iiuapp & Son hnve jest completed the fmishiug touches on The Alert office with their artistic paint brushes. Jewell, of the Bismarck Tribune, has fcoiie into the br'.ck contric ing business. Ttie business is admirably ad.ipted to his disposition, Will Knapp is contemplating a" pro­ tracted visit to his ho...

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 November 1880

liij^lri j{ rl it" th _"^ I'* *1 ^I $ r. & 4 JbM il'. ,! A*. if •..}' j.... }:. I A. •, |||||||11)l||1|y||M|^|^^tl^|1rIi-, A VOL. 3. emcaaiiiitimiiw* fa?".'"' "**ii tZ* THE JAMESTOWN ALERT. ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY MOKNINU BT MAKSLIALI, McCi.umf. Tormta:--Payablo in Artvauo®. ONB UOPT, omi year, •CNK COPY, six months, June !!8t, 1880. Carpenter and Builder, jAMMTdwy. DAKOTA jP A. B1EJL, X.TT02R3jT~ ^-^.T-X,^ W„ Bisir'ct Rtt'y for Siutsman Ce. jQIt. THOROLD, Physician and Syroeon, AH 'J ACCOUCUi- U!!. _)22cs tt re»!denc^ o» Fourtli rvijD»i^, npnr srliool h«aa». Ail orders 1-it ut Dakota jJoupe, or Mr Will'rt Laud Ot&ca will roc^ive piomst uUv-nlioP. ,w M. SPANi.rjSNBKivQ & CO., HARNESS MAKER: AB«3 doalrrs in C'nllflr?. Whip*, Oyrrv Combs. lii-n.'hcs, c. VW* have urst rU»!s*farilitivg for msnr»facl:irir*«r hurnvp«, rnd 4!r*, er.d r.H feir.d*? J" -oU STICIH3ACH. •*!}5^f88TOWK. I. T. CLJSKK 0^'HE'DIST. roTJUT F0I: gxi:t«.u \K (.\)CNT lood I'lihlic. Golifit ilfivi* a(V: Mvd FM^Rp...

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 November 1880

gamestcrnm gdcrt. MARSHALL MCCLUKE, Publisher. JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA CURRENT TOPICb. IT is said that the students of Cornell University have almost entirely aban­ doned the practice smoking. THK ex-Empress Eugenie will spend the Christmas holidays in the Isle of Wight, and take possession of her new home, Farnborough Hill, on the fhst of January. LYDIA MARIA CHILD requested that her funeral should be strictly private her coffin of the plainest, without flow­ ers and that she should be buried in her simplest clothes. «n COUNT VON MOLTKE, chief marshal of the German Empire, refused the title of prince offered to him by the Emperor of Germany, on the occasion of the eighti­ eth anniversary of the Count's birth, which occurred recently. MR. MONCURE D. CONWAY, the Ameri­ can, who has won a place among promi nent English Liberals, was at one time a bitter co-slavery man, and ultimately be­ came an equally pronounced, uncom­ promising abolitionist. MR. STAQG, the portrait painter, has just fin...

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 November 1880

(30SS1P FOR THE LADIES. The Keautjr of England* Although tlio Princess of Wales is never extravagantly dressed, she is said to be moro perfectly costumed than any other lady in England, be they English or foreign. By the side of professional beauties, she stands out boldly from them all, a star pre-eminent, both in womanlj qualities, the grace of mother­ hood, and her own queenly beauty. She is fresh as a rosebud, but seems uncon­ scious of her charms, and the admiring gaze of crowds never seems to disturb her equanimity. Her last costumo, worn at Fulhain, was of peacock green, studded with golden disks, and tlio sun­ light falling upon it made it radiant and sparkle like gold cloth. The bonnet was made to match, with a trimming of silver beads. Lazr" As a rule, women are active and not afraid of labor. Tlioy are, indeed, prone to exceed the limit of their ability. Therefore, when you, an habitually in­ dustrious woman, feel a "lazy lit" coming on, you should rest awhile. Perhaps a ...

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 November 1880

."i 'I: "17U1(£".' PKKSBYTKTtl AN CHURCH, Jamas -C to\ l, 1). "., Rut. N. II. Fa^niso, u^oi-. Servi- *»'i.i I he a hool hoiwv, at 10:20 n. j»ai!^ to uo the v, k. Otic, ni ,n TO. Mrs. K. A, Bill is quite ill. Give us cm atut 7:80 p, m.. .'vciy Sabbutb. Prayer luteting Wc-iim'.i J* day evening at 7:30. fllonoy furuished for proviuff up. SUK).«00 to loan. Will. V. While. ADDITIONAL LOCALS, Threshing is not done yet. ml or give us wood. What a swee scented tiling a coal mo­ nopoly is anyway. Tony Klaus ha lost his m-- !ioiu .l Nemo. (), Nemo wheu* art- P. a? lis. U. Adarri. is iu \i ish'rgtnn.! asking the urtsiilt'iit to pardou iier tr .riiisj husband. "Wanted—At The Alert oT:ce, 100 brick timsous to braid a chimney. About two hundred gnosis dined tit Dakota House on thanksgiving day. .Tolm Yennmu 1ms been qnite ill during the paiPweeic. .He is better now. A few ears of wood and two or three fi,,el-v- Louie. •i I'.n.'ids. Each client is at least sure of cards. "Bill." Our Sabbath school...

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 December 1880

4 •,' -V-" THE* JAMESTOWN ALERT. ISSUED EVKUV TUESDAY M0RN1KG vi By MARSHALL MCCLUUK. ¥eraie:--l*ayaltte in Artvnnee* ONH COPY, one yaar. C.JORDAN, Offlee Mi!Klana^ Block, upstairs, Jutoe S8t, 1880. 00 ON COPT. »l* months, SI 00 Jafetom Business Directory. CAUPKNTKR AND BUII-DHIl, Residence over L. Lj-on's Store. 15-* BALDWIN, M. D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, IW BILLIARD HALL, In Klau«' Block, DOLB ft ELiER, Propr's. IB bsH'Mel, pin pool, and billiards: Choice win**, iquom, ui cijars. Kr.ry thing uew and strictly 1r»t-cl»»«. IVBRY AND SALE S'TABLES. ... tf. A. MOOKE ft CO., Proprietor*. jAMBSTeWK, D. T. feams and Guides furnished land hunters at reft •onable prices. 51 '08 W. EL LET, Clrrk of tile District Court for Stutsman County, Pre-emption, Homestead, and Timber Culture 5 papers executed at all times. Final proof mid business with the U. S. Land Office a specialty. Agent for the North German I.loyd line of Steamers. E. D. I ATI! It OP, Carpenter and Builder, JASHOTOW*, DAKOTA AT...

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. — 7 December 1880

gamcstoura ^Icvt. MARSHALL McCLURK, Publisher. JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA CURRENT TOPICS. MR. Moooy says there are more than 1,500 sermons in the sermon on the Mount. A PETITION was recently presented parliament from the British medical as­ sociation, signed by 7,000 medical men, against vaccination. THERE is a family living in Metcalfc county, Kentucky, composed of eleven members, none of whom know the let­ ters of the-English alphabet. THE expectation of future happiness is the best relief for anxious thoughts, the most perfect cure of melancholy, the guide of life and the comfort of death. 'AMONG the FISH of me United States the cod comes first in money value, the salmon second, the mackerel third, and then the menhaden. In weight the last stands highest. THIRTEEN bishops of the Methodist Episcopal church have united in an ap­ peal to the denomination to clear ofi the indebtedness of the Metropolitan church, Washington, D. C. THERE is a perennial nobleness and even sacredness in work. Wer...

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. — 7 December 1880

A BtVSHINO MAIDEN'S PLEA. ve me lieed, ly by thy Hide, I plead That I may be thy blugliing bride. I long, I wildly long, to press Thee to my lieart—I know 'tis raBk 1 I pine to print a fond careia Upon thy meek and mild mustache. Why, tell me why, thine eyelids drop Why turn away so pettishly Say, why with fierce, tumultuous flop Thy bosom heaves coquettishly I know that thou art young and fair As tiny buds iu early spring But thou shalt be my constant care, Thou frail and fragile little thing I I'll sew thy Bhirts and darn thy hose, Thy viotuals cook, thy fires will light— I'll grease thy gracious Grecian none Eneh snowy, croupy, wintry night 80, surely, thou'll not tell me nay, And bid me, dying, quit thy side Brace up, pull down thy vest, and Bay That I may be thy bhuihing bride. VANQUISHING VICTORIA. Detail* of the IJMI Battle with the Scourge of the Mexican Border. [Chihuahua (Mexico) Cor. Chicago Times.] A little more than a year ago yon first learned that the famous Apache ch...

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. — 7 December 1880

FIHST Hut., Say MM«JT furuimlicil •lW,tM to («4n. ',m ~'i yh i'^1 .1 ?ri &sA» *n"a FHWS&TTKRIAN CHtJBCH, Jamas town, K»T, N. D. FANHJKO, asor. (ItrTlce* in flif Whool honse, at 10:30 a. m, and 7tSO m., every flubbath. Prayer mooting Wedne» •TuningSt 7:80. toying u». €. White. ADDITIONAL. LOCALS Pr JsccuUng Att'y Bill visits Kargi to­ morrow, Wood is worth four dollars and fifty cents a cord iu Deadwood. 8. F. Lambert has gone to Bismarck where he will linger for several weeks. Dr. Campbell has returned fr-nn Fort Tot ten. He reports a very successful trip. The Black Hills Journal snjs tlmt the -Children of Dradvvood aredji ig oi} »t- a rapid rate, of (.tie diphtheria. BUck Elil!s Journal: The Jamestown A' rl says there is saloon in that town mimed the."Devil's Nursery." The paper don't say whether his "satanic majesty" is iu charge. .Beg pardon for the omission, but he is. At Campbell's jewelry store au assort­ ment of children's toys will be found, which being out. of Doc's...

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. — 14 December 1880

THE JAMESTOWN ALERT. IS»UB IVKRT TDE8DAY MORNING Br MARSHALL MCCLCIIK. T*nMt-P«]rbl« In AAmMt OKI COPT, onajaar fSW OH COPT, alx months, SI 00 Jamestown Business Directory. C. JORDAN, CARPENTER AND BUILDER, Raaldsnca OT«r L. Lyon'* Store. 18-4 BALDWIN, X. D., PHYSICIAN A BURGEON, Sfica la Klaua'a Block, up atalrs, Jans «8t, 1880. NSW BILLIARD HALL, In Klaus' Block, DOLK ELMER, Prajr'a. II kail pool, pin pool .and billiard*. "CVolaa wlaaa. Iquora, aat cijara. BTarjthlug saw and itriclly Irat-claas. I VERT AND SALE STABLES. J. A. MOORE CO., Proprietor*. JAMESTOWN, D. T. franks and Gtaldaa furnUbed land huutars at ras •aabla prieaa. *1 A WKKLLKT' Jg D. 1.ATHROP, R/B1^ 08 Clerk of the Diatriet Court for Stutimnn County. rbuaineia Pre-emption, Homestead, and Timber Culutre paper* executed at all times. Final proof and with the U. 8. Land Office a apecialty. Agent for the North German Lloyd line of Steamera. Carpenter and Builder, A O W A O A JLTTORJTEX-AT-X** W, District *tt'y for Stutsm...

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. — 14 December 1880

$ -'. 1 ml ...! .. ii 1 i? 11" A .* I 1 v--' :i 4-* :v^ ,&M '. I •*& U- I I OWEN BROWN, son of old John Brown, who was a participant in that famous affair at Harper's Ferry, which cost his father his life, lives alosc upon an island in Lake Eiie, where Jay Cooke had a famous summer residence, near the scene of "Perry's Victory." His brother John lives near liim, on Put-in-Bay island, where he farms and fishes, and is the head of a family. One brother was killed in Kansas, and two at Harper's Perry. PROSPERITY and profit are rewarding the farmers in eastern North Carolina for the adoption of the double crop system. Farms are reported as having doubled in value, and affording employment for all available labor. The double crop consists, first, of peas and potatoes, planted in February, and marketed in April and May second, ot cotton, plant­ ed in the same soil, and maturing in November. Last spring's pea crop aver­ aged $75 per acre, net thepotatoe crop, in many instances, rea...

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 December 1880

4i:i ^,^!/.!i^!?^:T4l|lj}|! 1 'v.3dii «a FOR 1 -I* P»|lw»»iiWf '!&>, -l,frnl.VriTTrir-hr-lTfaH^i ?,* p"4^' \'T Vi^1'*" ~f THE FAMILY DOCTOR. A HIOB wash for the delicate skin of .infants made by obtaining maple twigB. Put a small lump of alum in and boil frith the twigs. Wash the tender places with this in lieu of water. OoiiDS in the head are always in order. Some one recommends as an easy cure, if attended to promptly, a teaspoonful of Eot ulverized borax dissolved in a pint of water when tepid snuff some up the nostrils two or three times a day, or use the dry powdered borax like snuff, taking a pinch as often as required. FOB cuts, wounds and sores: Surgeon's solution of carbolic acid and pure glyc­ erine, mixed in equal parts, and applied on soft lint or linen cloth. Other reme­ dies, ready-prepared, can also be bought at the drug stores. It is wise to always have some kind of remedy on hand, as* a bad cut or wound, taken in time, may heal quickly, but neglected and expo...

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 December 1880

liii pli' -J ft!4-*, lif^J /tW vA-iVrt*,^ 51 w* it! I"j HA Money tarnished •100,000 to loan I .1 'Me* .. I hc&iMZ "CURST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Jamas town, D. T., RUT. N. D. FANNIN#, asor. Services in the eckool house,at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 ®, m., every Sabbath. Prayer meeting Wednea Oay orenlngat T:S0. for proving up. VTui. C. White. ADDITIONAL iOCALS. PostmasterKelly has c,liange$ his ad vertismeni. See card column. Mr. Thompson, of the Engle restaurant, announces bfs intention establish an­ other laundry at an early date.' The county commissioners decided at their last moetjnif Ito have the county liles of.T.he Alert hound i:i book form. The.jHtn^atowu Alert is mashed, gone completely on the cook at the Dakota hotel at that place.—Press and Dakotton. J. J. Fliqt, of the Dakota House, visit­ ed Bismarck Saturday and returned yes terdav n«/on, looking like a mmi who had traveled a long wayaud seen many hard­ ships. We publish this week the President's message in full a's» a larg...

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 December 1880

If y~i ii $ yii*0 *i VOL. 3. THE JAMESTOWN ALERT. ISftVID EVERY TUESDAY MORNING BY MARSHALL MCCLURB. Term*:--Payable ON*COPY, one year. WOO OH COPY, «ix monthi, SI 00 Jamestown Business Directory. T3 C. JORDAN, CARPENTER AND BUILDER, Residence over L, Lyon's Store. 15-4 T\ BALDWIN, M-D., PHYSICIAN 4 BURGEON, Dfflce In Klaus'i Block, up •tain, June ttt, 1880. N1 EW BILLIARD HALL, In Klauv' Block, DOLE. A ELMER, Propr'e. ^'15 ball po«l pin pool, and billiards. Choice wiaee. iquors, and cigara. Everything new and etrlctly StiWSg- IVEKY AND SALE STABLES. .-) 4- in A4t»mw A. MOORE CO., Proprletere. JAHKBTOWK, D. T. Teama and Qnldee furnlebed land huntera at re* eaable prices. 51 01 A W. KELLEY, Clerk of the District Court for Stutaraan County, fc Pre-emption, Homestead, and Timber Cnlutre paper* executed at all time*. Final proof and business with the U. 8. Land Office a specialty. Agent for the North Qfrman Lloyd line of Steamer*. D. 1ATHROP, Carpenter and Builder, A O A O A JLT TORSTS'...

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 December 1880

gaiucstonm gikd. MARSHALL McCLUKE, Publisher. JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA CURRENT TOPICS. Tbo salary of President Grevy of France is one hundred and twenty thousand dollars a.year, and his allowance sixty thousand mre. PUIKCE BISMAKCK following the advicc ot his physician, indulges in afternoon naps. The piincc is a great eater and worker, though a poor sleeper. THE wool clip of the world, in 1878, the latest date for which full returns are given, was 1,580,000,000 pounds, an in­ crease of 500 per cent, since 1830. THE longest bridge in the world is the Tensas and Mobile bridge, at the city Mobile. It is til teen miles long, cross­ ing both rivers, where there are draws. The famous Stevens battery at Ho boken, N. J., has been sold for $55,000. Up wads of a millon of dollars have been spent upon it, and now st goes for old iron. 1 THE total amount of geld and silver in this country is estimated to be $570,418 914, which gives a specie circulation of $11,914, which per capita, calling the popul...

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 December 1880

LAST AND WORST. BY FRANCIS EKIN ALLISON. Upon life's highway I was hastening, when I meta trouble irriin, Whom I hsl often seen with other men, But I was far from him. He seized my arm, and with sneering lip Looked o'er my happy past With sinking heart I felt his bony grip Clutch tight and hold me fast. "You look," said he, "so happy and bright That I have come to see Why other troubles miss you in their flight, And what you'll do with me." "And have yon come to stay with mo?" I cried, Hoping respite to win. "Yes, I have come to stay. Your worid is wide I'm crowded where I've been." I would not look him in the face, but turued To take him home with me To all my other troubles, who had spurned His hateful company. Bo he was "crowded," and with me would roam. I laughed with sullen glee At arm's-length took hira up the steps of home Under my own roof tree. And there I clutched his scrawny neck and thin, To thrUEt him in the room Where, locked and barred, I kept my troubles, in Seclusio...

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 December 1880

1-3' ¥?t ^,-nl t"(i "»r i, I: ft il frKi. -U-i" |Mi|. f» I (1 1 ipc^efjwwwt- Slonoy furnished for proving up. •100,000 to loan. Win. Get your watches repaired at the P. O. atore. Ladies' and gents' furnishing goods .it Lambert's. Large line of groceries just received at Lambert's. Silver Knives, forks and spoons at Field* & Phillips' P. O. store. Castors, cake dishes, spoon holders, napkin rings, etc., at the P. O. store. Lookout fur Christinas at Churchill & Webster's. 2t Cheap md expensive Christmas pres .e.its at Cbuichill & Webster. 2t Headquarters far S C. at Churchill & Webster's. 2t B. W. Flour and Maple syurp Church i'is & Webesters. JAMESTOWX MARKET. Wheat, No. 1, perbnshsl. Seed wheat, iarley, Onts, Flour. Potatoes, I'ntter, Eggs, Hams, Shoulders, Pork, I.ard. Salt, per barrel. Beans, perbsrrel, Coal—soft, bard, Wood, per cord. do do do do do do OTICE. 1ST -, 8 a 'tV %. .TOTICE OP FINAL PKOOF. -^•OTICS FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Fargo, D-T., Dec. 8...

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 December 1880

k? X-.. 1 *V- 4» 3fc, & fJl .vi 1 VOL. 3. Major Lyon is r- *$»• #j THE JAMESTOWN ALERT. men BVBRY TUESDAY MORMIXO BY MARSHALL MCCLCII*. Tenia -Payable la Atrann OKI COPY, ontfyoar, ©H COPY, *ix mouth*, *00 00 It is report«d that Col. Donan, former* ly of the Deadwooq Pinneer and rrce- tl •of tlie Minneapolis Journal, is suffering from mental aberration. fleorfje Parrott, alias Big Nosed George, one of the worst and bloodiest road agents ithat ever infested Wyoming territory, was sentenced on the 15th inst'., to be tanged next April. The grand jury has approved a set of resolutions the purport of which is to the •effect that the division of the territory on the seventh standard. This will im •mediately have a strong influence upon ..the question ^aikl H^St changing (the prestut program. i, 7" werj much^in ^ivor of some kind of a town qwa^atim. The Majar's long exporieW^a^p|dCTmtin of the sixth ward of Chicago ww no doubt enable him to exercis&inuch^wisdom and piliticai piety ...

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