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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 7 March 1884

', '-&v "#&• $ ^xc ^Xtvt. BY UAR3HALL McCLURE. JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA, The fact thai wo have to go to Eng­ land to buy two ships with which to or­ ganize an Arctic expedition is a striking illustration of the poverty of our own country in this respect. If time per­ mitted we could no doubt build the ves­ sels desired, but a crisis finds us wliollv barren of resources. There arc, it is co be presumed, a few staunch ships left in the American whale and seal fisheries, but they are mostly of antique type and illy adapted to the service of cruising in polar latitudes. The experience with the Yantic seems to have satisfied the government that no ship in the navy is adapted for this work. The course of England in presenting to the United States Government the Arctie steamer Alert to assist in the search for the Greely party is a very graceful act of international courtesy which will be warmly appreciated. The act is prompted in part by the recol­ lection of the course of our Government...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 7 March 1884

*. X" UMJ vi- HINTS FOR THE FARM MD HOUSE. Hew Bearing Tree*. To form a lino or grove of future nut bearing trees, says the New York Tri­ bune, get the largest chestnuts, walnuts hickories, etc., to be had, and either plant in the fall, five or six in a hill in each piace where a tree is wanted—the best only to be finally retained—or spread all on the ground near the house, where mice, pigs, etc., are kept at ef­ fectual bay by the cats and dogs, and plant out as soon as sprouted in the (spring, carrying the sprouted seed in a pail with water, and setting fewer in a pill. In either case they must have merely covering enough to prevent them drying while admitting air freely charcoal braise, open leaf mold or pure coarse sand are suitable, and should but just cover the nuts. Keep the soil open, and all weeds and shade strictly away, and exclude all graminivores un­ til the stems have got out of their reach. Dry, sandy or rocky soil is generally preferable—the poorest sand is first cho...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 7 March 1884

jWffiiliiiilitoi JT M$\ *i. •m lii'. 1* J« tySL -rm'' «f I:*: ..} fev. flv THE JAMESTOWN ALERT-! OA.ILY ANL) WEEKLY. I SSL" ED EVERY FRIDAY KVK.MNI Bv MA113UALL McCfitTKE. tVn«*:--P«y»bIe In Atlvsnc*. WEEKLY EDITION. SE COPY, one year. o5 COPY, six months. $1 00 FRIDAY, MAKCIL G, 1884. & AMESTO^V '."PC' '•'...fcA.M. lt«gular comaiuc.cation first and third W edensday #v6uiDgF of each mouth. All HaeoQf in good «Mnding are cordially invited to attend. GEO. IX. R. A. XMeetseverytjooil rom Friday's JJaliy: WOODBURY. W. M. BILL,Secretary. O. O. V. Jamestown Lodge, No. 31. Thursday evening at 7.30 o'clock All brethem in standing cordially invited to visit UH. A. STEISBACH, N. G. .1. J. NSIRLlJiG, It-S- L. LYON, V. G. fc^T. VITUS ENCAMPMENT, Ancient Order Kniehls of the Red Crose, meets in Masonic 'l'emple. Sir Knights from other Encampments cordially invited to visit us. LOCAL AFFAIRS Mrs. E. P. Wells is visiting friends in Chicago Justice 3IcHugh went to Farm, yester­ day on legal bus...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 14 March 1884

4 I lr A vH. i.7 .) u: 1:1: VaS 4* r»ni hC 1 VOJ.. VI-NO. 32 THE WEEKLY ALERT. .1. C. WA KNOCK, EDITOK. Tbe IriMt Method Condemned. Ttife editor of the Valley City Times docs not believe in the dynamite remedy lor English wrongs or gaining Irish liber iy ami says the following on the subject: Tlifc Times lias received a letter from the editor of a prominent Irish agitation newspaper, enclosing a scrap clipped I rota liis {*per with a request to publish, and asking that the Times say a "good word" for the cause|and especially the "ily&umite fund." No sir. The Times is a lover of freedom. It will do all within its power consistent to aid men in J, their rights before the Jaw. We would even shoulder a musket aud go again to the front, if by si doing we could in any way and tbe cause of Irish freedom and equal­ ity.} Hut no bush whacking, guerrilla or damnable dyanmite, destroying or maim­ ing the known innocent as well as the supposed guilty, nor do we think the bet­ ter class of I...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 14 March 1884

1 F" ,-: b- I' I Ii« K. i. ?s I. •1/ 1 •t't 'iT'-i .1 Farmers Who Are Always On The Move. The farmer himself is tlie most fasci aating adjunct of a Kansas farm. It is here that the contented steadfastness of ttifi population of the far Eastern States has met half way the disorder and tur­ bulence of the far West, and the meet ag lias resulted in a type of character "Which I believe has not its counterpart elsewhere in the world. His history has •sually been somewhat as follows: He was born and "raised" in Ohio. When he reached man's estate—the es­ tate, by the way, being lacking—he "struck out" for the West and settled perhaps in Indiana. Thence when "things got too thick" he migrated to Illinois, and after a sojourn of a few years in that State he was swept by the tide of emigration into Missouri, where, •8 he will tell you, "the rebels were too rank," and he soon hitched up the fami­ ly schooner, embarked the family gods, •nd crossed into Kansas. On his travels he has somewhere So...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 14 March 1884

GREAT SPORT. Elephant Shocrtlntf in the Wilds of India. London Field. There stood the two full-sized tuskeru within shooting distance. One had enormously large tusks, and stood fac­ ing me with his head well up, so that to reach his brain my bullet would need to have penetrated quite two feet of trunk. The other, with small tusks, stood broadside on., his head screened by the bamboos. Besting one knee, and with the muzzle of the express against the treo, I waited, hoping the monster would lower his head, Ira when he shifted his position it was merely to lift his head and trunk still higher in the search of succulent bam­ boos. Several minutes passed in this way, during which my nerves recovered themselves. Just then the smaller tusker backed a couple of steps and offered me the temple shot. I deliberately covered him, bearing in my mind all the coach­ ing I had formerly received from ele­ phant slayers—a line drawn from ear to ear as a base, from the center of which is raised a line...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 14 March 1884

Northwestern Freight A ffaiva. Mucneapoms, March G—-Journal, Chi­ cago special: John Cranston, of the Northwestern Transportation Co. arrived at the Palmer House this morning. When the report that he had sold out the North­ ern Pacific and allied interests to the Northwestern Transportation people was mentioned to him he said there was no ruth in the report and it was only start­ ed for effect. The St. Paul, Northern Pacific and Northwestern roads want to fonu a pool on this Deadwood freight ami have been talking to me about it for sometime. When 1 left St. Paul night before last 1 fold them they did not have enough money to buy nie and that 1 should draw out of the matter. 1 left them to settle it among themsalves. The chances are that Deadwood will get cheap rates of fieiglit for the next year, at least, for the St. Paul roads will probably fight hard for it. No Evans and Deadwood men will tell you that can be bought in a •mall matter or in a great one. I have nothing to do with t...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 14 March 1884

R. WALLACE, The Pioneer N OTICE OF FINAL PltOOK. J&.T D. O. BUCK 'S. WHOLESALE and RE ATT. Where can be found the largest and best se iectsd stocks of General Merchandise between Fargo and Bismarck. Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Hats & Caps, Boots & Shoes, Crockery and Glassware, Etc., Etc. Groceries and Provisions by the Car Load, and at close prices. Pres. 3. K. MOGINNIS, V. P. A. TRVJN, Caslimr. The First Nat'i Bank JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA. TT I 1 E O I S If. M. YVINSLOW, Capitalist. 3. K. MCGINXIA, lieal Estate. A. A. ALLEN, of Allen & Dodge, Att's at Law II. T. BUSH, of Bush & Convin's rain Elevator. II. E. WALLACE, a YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED. •1 Inquiries In regard to the Country Promptly Answered. !3TStr .'anshould have their mail addressed to our (rare. CBTOCSXLL WEBSTER, Grocers and' Druggists. 1'eas, Coffees, Sugars and Syrups, Canned Goods. Flour, Woodcnware, Pork and Hams. Tobaccos and Cigars. Patent Medicines, Fancy Goods, Paints and O...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 14 March 1884

BY UAR3HALL McCLURE. JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA, One hundred years ago this month a Sumptuous drawing room entertainment was given by Mr. and Mrs. John Jay of New York, the occasion being the bloom­ ing of a century plant, belonging to the distinguished entertainers. The list of guests present was preserved and the other day was printed in the New York papers. It is composed principally ef brilliant and remarkable people whose bames are familiar to readers of revolu­ tionary history and it is something re­ markable that these names are now borne by the most brilliant people in the fashionable and aristocratic circles of New York, with but very few excep­ tions. A century is not many genera­ tions, but it is rare that so many notable bames, fortunes and positions have %een transmitted with so few interrup­ tions, especially in this country. It is paid that "blood will tell"—we know that money will. The Supreme Court of the United States has again decided the legal ten­ der question, and this ...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 14 March 1884

Vi 'V HOW EDM DECIDED. A splendid June day, bright and breezy. Opposite the great square in its carpet of green, stands a large brown painted house with bow windows and spacious piazzas, half shrouded in blossoming wisteria. On one side is a croquet ground, and on the other a glimpse of a lovely old fashioned garden, green, cool, and shadowy, the mere sight of which is re­ freshing. It is Sunday, and the people on their way to church. Most of those who pass this way are evidently of the elite, for the street is the fashionable one of the town. As they pass the brown house, each looks up at the bow-windows, as if ex­ pecting to see there a face that they know. But none is visible, though perhaps those whom thoy look for are nearer than they imagine for at one end of the upper piazza, screened by the matted wisteria, are two young girls, dressed in thin slippers and white cool muslin scaques. One of the girls is tall, fair, stately, and a trifle inclined to embonpoint. One can predict...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 14 March 1884

ItfJJi A •1 :n \r l.i '. If I m-u THE JAMESTOWN ALERT. DAILY AND WEEKLY. ISSUED EVEKY F1UDAY KYE.VIXG. Bv MaIisuam. McCi.crk. iVrm»:--Pa.vablt In .%(Iv*mw. WEEKLY EtHTIOX. N COl'V, one year. .H COPY, six months. STknight*of $1 00 75 FRIDAY, MAUCll 14, 1&S4. yAltSSTO^'X MUHIK •'.A- A M. A Kegulii-coiutmuiicatiou Bret anil third Weilensday •keungc ot each moutli. AH M&foiis in gooU diodfcs &re cordially invited to attend. A. A.AM.KN. W. M. a. tJ. McMillan,Secretary. IVleetieveryJamestownevening,at7.30 O. O. F. Lodge, No.31. Thursday o'clock All brethern in standing cordially invited to vltit 111. A. STKISBACU, X. 0. .1. J. XEUtMSU, lt.S L. I.yox, V. y. VITUS KNCAMPMKJJT, Ancient Order the Red Cross, meets in Masonic Temple. Sir Knights from other Encampment® eordlSlly invited to visit us. LOCAL AFFAIRS rom rulay'» Daily Attorney Warin»' returns to Carriugton '.his morning. Jacob 8mit.li is enjoying metropolitan life lor a few days. Miss Mary Tar bell, of Tarncll, is i:i th...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 21 March 1884

-1 1 ':v I 1 I •, *1-1 V3* N |»fv, •& •ft 4 3 i*r* F' |S IV HT, T. vSiS*"- THE WEEKLY ALERT. J. 0. WARNOCK, EDITOR. THAT the home state of John A. Logan will come up to the Chicago convention t» solid phalanx for him for president is now an absolute certainty. The pushing of Robt. Lincoln for the second place on the ticket is but a ruse to weaken Logan, and under the circumstances is no honor or compliment to Lincoln. As the case now stands Logan is the strongest candi date for the nomination for the presiden­ cy except perhaps Edmunds, of Vermont. Blaine and Arthur will probably come into the convention with enough strength to defeat an early choice and in that case .some unknown dark horse may carry oil the prize as did Garfield four years ago The ways of politics arc dark and de. vious. EABLY in the present session of con­ gress Delegate Raymond introduced a bill for the organization of North Dakota making the 4Uth parallel the southern boundary line. Later Senator Harrison i...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 21 March 1884

IS S STKATAGE9I. Lilian Barrington was a sprightly young maden of twenty. She was ami­ able and pretty, ^tlie heiress of Oakland, and in time would possess a larger for­ tune than any one else in Bloomingdale. Yet wit'h all her advantages Lilian's cup of happiness was only p:\rtially filled. Suitors thronged around her, but met with no success, for the girl's imagina­ tion had wrought her an ideal picture that won her heart's strongest admira­ tion it was the picture of a man, lofty, generous and noble, possessing a coun­ tenance dark, passionate and unlovely, yet truthful and sincere, with eyes penetrative and stern, yet fascinating and irresistible —the picture of a man between whom -and herself there lay a gulf so broad that her wildest hope could never cross it. It was a picture she could not drive •way, and was always accompanied by a memory of tlie poor law student, Ed­ gar Wharton, in the office of Mr. Tate. The presence was unwelcome to her, but what could she do When she th...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 21 March 1884

Sow a Desporatsly Wwlol Soldier W Shot Dea.1 at His Own Bequest by a rade. MUwaufcoo Sentinel. Henry J. Savago, of the Soldier Home veterans, tells the followin thrilling story of a war incident: The offc-mooted question 'Was eve a desperately wounded soldier shot dea at his own earnest solicitation, by comrade?" is answered in the afiinr ativfe by your humble servant. 1 happened as follows: The writer, member of G. Company, First Deln ware Infantry, was then attached the Third Brigade (Weber's) Third Division (French's), Second Corps (Sumner's). After wading An tietain Creek, plunging through plowed fields, stubble-fields, his regiment was finally located within plain view of tin enemy, when the welcome command rail along the line to 'load and fire at .will." It was then that our daily target-prac­ tice at Fortress Monroe came into ex­ cellent use, as many a poor devil of the Sixth Alabama learned to his cost. A* ter firing eleven rounds the writer was wounded and ordered to the re...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 21 March 1884

N '•i.\ Vr- *¥|p v' .SEN If. mmm ,. .appwiauuii .v-: rOBTT-EIOHT CON^RESS.. The committee on foreign affairs adopt «d to-day without amendment the reso Button and report of the sub-committee on the Lasker resolution acknowledging expressions of friendlv feeling on the part of the German liberals and providing their action in acknowledgment of the Lasker resolution shall be made a atter official record. The llouse committee on private land claims agreed to report favorably the bill which passed the senate recently provid­ ing for the ssttlement of private land claims iu New Mexico, Wyoming, Ari­ zona. Utah, Nevada and Colorado arising out of grants by Mexico before the land included in those states and territories were ceded to the United States. Bills weie introduced requiring all land grant railroads to furnish the secretary of ihe treasury full and true quarterly state­ ments under oath of the earnings and in­ debtedness. Granting homesteads to soldiers of the late war. Permitting...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 21 March 1884

A !i WALLACE, Pres. S. A. A. ALLEN, H. T. BUSH,of li. E. WALT, ACK, N *'1 'JT- A (. fc. OTICE OK FINAL PROOF. Land Office at Fargo. 0 T, March C, 1881, Notice is hereby given that tfcn following named settler has filed no lice of his intension to make final proof in support of his claim and secure final entry thereof on the S3 day of April 1SH4. AUGUSTIN llAMKL. No 7-JK8 for tlie nwJi of nee ip 141, u, 6a, w. and names the following a." bin witnesses, via: Ptlcr Aubcrtin, John Parant, I) Kelle her and Geo .loose, all of -r -. «'*eL.»*'\J,\': D. G. BUCK'S. WHOLESALE and REAIL Where can be found the largest and best se­ lected stocks of General Merchandise between Fargo and Bismarck. Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Hats & Caps, Boots & Shoes, Crockery and Glassware, Etc., Etc. Groceries and Provisions by the Car Load, and at close prices. K. MCGINN is, V. The First Nat'i Bank JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA. 0 1 E O S li. M. WINSLOW, Capitalist. S. K. MOGIITNIR, BOH TO S...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 21 March 1884

^Itc ATcvt. BY IIAR3HALL Mc^LURE. JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA. Signs of tho breaking up of "winter in­ crease and also of a good deal of moist­ ure on account of the melting of lieavy snows. But in this northern region no fears are entertained of disasters such as attended tho breaking up in the Ohio valley. The generosity of tho American peo­ ple in time of need is shown by the amounts sent to the sufferers by the Ohio floods. The total amount placed in the hands of the relief committee •was $127,46S 55, of which over $115,000 has been already expended. In Cincin­ nati the voluntary contributions readied over $60,000. Boston has resolved that women shall Teceive the same wages as men who do the same work in the public schools. Its council voted to give a woman in charge of a grammar school $2,000 per annum, the same received by men in the same grade. This is only simply jus­ tice, providing the woman does her •work as well as the man. And here lies tho difficulty in the question of wages. Se...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 21 March 1884

StPlLS MD SKELETONS. tho Cappuocinl MonMtirjr"at Somt Amonsf the Sonas of 8,000 Wonka. "And then I dived to the caves of death, and drew from wither'd bones, and skulls, and heap'd up dust, conclusions most forbidden." When I was in Home I did as mighty few Bomans do—went to church about eight times ad ly. They were, in fact, the only places where one could keep ,cool. Rome is hot enough in August to pass for a suburb of Tophet, even though the good Leo lives there the stone pave­ ments become so heated that the pedes­ trian thinks ho is a movable chop in process of boiling, on the gridiron, while the brass angels on the top of Saint An gelo and Saint Peter's are gradually melting into oblivion, I am told, for the want of an umbrella or a Japanes fan. It was on such an afternoon that I took refuge temporarily beneath a group of trees that stand just opposite the Barbeini Palace, seating myself among a quaintly-attired group of fruit hucksters with whom I soon opened up a trade to th...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 21 March 1884

f%V»^ 'V7.* THE JAMESTOWN ALERT. DAILY AND WHEELY. ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY EVENIXG. BY MARSHALL MCCLCHK. VcrMd^-Pvable in Adv»«re. WEEKLY EDITION. O N E O a t2»E COPT, six months. I STknights From Satardar Paily- 4 fl 00 FRIDAY, MARCH 1 1884 .& A. .U. JAMESTOWN W»NOK. Iteeular communication first and third Weilensilay evening* of cach month. All Maeons in good vtandlng are cordially invited to attend. O. O. F. Jamestown Lodge, No. 31. Meets every Thursday evening at 7.30 o'clock All brethcrn in good standing cordially invited to villi U». A. STEISBACH, N. G. .J. J. NBIRUKS, R.^ L. LION, V. G. VITUS ENCAMPMENT, Ancient Order of the Red Cross, meets in Masonic Temple. Sir Knights from other incampments sordtally Invited to visit us. LOCAL AFFAIRS Krom Friday's Oally: R. E Wallace lias returned from atrip IO the east. Contractor Newcomb is (town troin Sykeston to look alter his Jamestown in­ terests. Dr. W. V. DuPuy, of Jameatown, is in the city, visiting Dr.Kendnck.-Bismarck Tribune. ...

Publication Title: Jamestown Weekly Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 28 March 1884

VOL. VI -NO. 34 THE WEEKLY ALERT. J. C. W A KNOCK, EDITOK. THE report of the New York sanitary committee on butter adulterations, as given in the dispatches, will have a ten­ dency to allay the appetite for that table luxury. It is enough to turn the stom­ ach of a Digger Indian. The name of aile grease would be a more appropriate name for it and one uld then better es­ timate the quantity his stomach could bear. THE Morrison horizontal tariff reduc­ tion bill, which was designed to furnish the democratic party,a platform on the tariff question for the presidential cam­ paign seems likely to be more of a dis­ organizing element than an agreeable compromise. The radical free traders of the Watterson and Carlisle stripe re­ pudiate it and the protectionists such as Kandall reject it. The mau who can devise a plan for yoking together the in­ harmonious elements of the Uourbon parly on the tariff question will be en­ titled to be immortali/.ed in a chromo. People will throw up their hat...

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