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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 11 March 1881

'"V "i. $fnmeitonn Jffcr/. MARSHALL McCLURE, Publisher. JAMESTOWN", DAKOTA. NEWS IN BRIEF. PERSONAL AND POLITICAL. Win. P. Frye, has been nominated by the Republicans, to succeed Mr. Blaine in the United Senate Senate. Mrs. Elizabeth Churchill, of Provi­ dence, R. I., widely known as a speaker and writer on behalf of the women, is dead. Mr. Rogers, private secretary of ex President Hayes, has been appointed to the vacancy in the Court of Claims caused by Judge Hunt's promotion to the Cabinet. The President has received a large number of petitions from leading citizens of New York, asking that no appointment be made to the postmnstcrship made vacant by the elevation of postmaster James to tlit Cabinet, until they can be heard in the matter. James W. McDill, of Afton, has feeen appointed by Gov. Gear, to fill the unex­ pired term of United States Senator from Iowa, made vacant by the retirement of Sena­ tor Kirkwood therefrom fora cabinet position. Mr. McDill was born in Monroe, Butle...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 11 March 1881

'Iltilft' ts'iI ii' pr 1 "x\-x" rwi2» -'ftT 4 fl THE INAUGURATION. General James A. Garfield Indicted into the Presidency. Imposing Ceremonial* Attending the Transi­ tion from the Log Cabin to the White House. The morning of March 4, 1881, dawned ~f 8ark nud cloudy at Washington, but long be­ fore the hour set for the llnal ceremonies at­ tending the inauguration of the President and Vice-President, the sky became bright and slcar, and at high noon the sun broke through the heavy masses of clouds that had threatened to mar the promised •plendor of the attending festivities. At an larly hour the streets leading in the direction of the capitol began to be filled with a surg­ ing mass of people from all sections of the country, eager to witness the imposing cere­ monies of the inauguration. Platforms were trected at several points from which to view the procession, and it is estimated that not less than 100,000 people gathered along the line of match to add to the grandeur of the pagea...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 11 March 1881

1 THE JAMESTOWN ALERT ISSUED JSVERY FRIDAY AFTERNOON BY MABSHALL MCCLURE. Terns Payable in Advance. ONE COPY, one year. $2 00 ON E COPY, six mouths, Si 00 Honoy famWwl HOO.OOO tu lttaii. l! flights of ':'3 .4 .-i .V S for proving up. Will. 13. While. Tlic Jamestown Brewery. Jamcstowu can boast, aud justly so, of a brewery second to none in the great Northwest. It will well repay anyone who is at all interested in the luuuutac* turc of the celebrated Jamc-town lagi-r beer to visit the cxtenbive pni complete establishment of H. Banner, s*rrt examine into the process o.f brewing t'lom the time it is first started in a larga wooden vat until it is put into the wooden kegs and is fit for the market "Want of space will not allow us to euter into details as much as we could wish, and we must therefore necessarily pass hurriedly over the greater part of it. Entering the building at a Bide door, one comes at once into the mult room, which is a large and commodious place, capable «.f holding ...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 18 March 1881

w* -J 't&i $jf i* -i f' 1 *,' ll&rl fjrhv lg.'L' ,.). '....I, "ST qtjlx J. C. NICKEUS. *. 'r*lVr It —'j* I ,1 ,i ir/- --'v ^v-v JAMES R. WZXTSLOW, Wholesale an* Xtetail Sealer in LUMBER, LATH AND SHINGLES. Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Building Paper, &c. Building Supplies Funishcd to Contractor?. D. CTJRTXXT, JAMESTOWN. DAKOTA. KEEPS THE Largest, Best and Only Complete Stock of G-eiieral 3MCercir a/rnS-iso In Stutsman county, which he will sell at the lowest cash price. ES. -A-. SI3LIL, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, A WD XTOT.&.RV PTJSIIC. Legal Business Promptly Attended to, Contested Land Claims he+ore the Local and General Land Offices made a Specialty. Jamestown, Dakota. O E I S S Teas, Coffees, Sugars and Syrups, Canned Goods and woodenware. FLOUR. PORK AND HAMS. Xolosiccos ejn.&L Clgrsuxs- Drag's, Medicines, and Fancy Goods, ZFs.x33.ts a,n.cL Oils, School and BM Boots, stationery, Lamps ail Ciiiimys. CHURCHILL & WEBSTER'S Klaus's Block, Tii E S O W...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 18 March 1881

$amtstouti $hrt MABS&ALL McCLUftE, rubliiher. JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA. NEWS IN BRIEF. PERSONAL AND POLITICAL. Erysipelas, resulting from recent vaccination, caused the death of Chief Engl" neer James W. Whittaker, of the United States navy. It is reported in official circles at Washington, that Senator David Davis, of Illinois is about to resign his seat in the United States Senate. The legislature of Wisconsin lias clected Angus Cameron to fill the vacancy in the United States Senate, causcd by the death of Senator Carpenter. Carl Scliurtz has been sued for $200, 000 by Charles D. Gilmore, a Washington claim agent, for being disbarred from practice at the Interior Department. George W. Gridley, a California pio­ neer, whose gift of a sack of flour to the na­ tional sanitary commission was the means of putting $50,000 in its coffers, is dead. The Wisconsin Republican Associa­ tion at Washington to the number of over two hundred, were entertained by President Garfield at the White Hous...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 18 March 1881

THE ASSASSIN'S DIABOLISM. Death of the Russian Emperor at the Haiuls the Nihilists. A Bomb Thrown into liis Carriage Wounding the Grand Duke Nicholas and Killing Several Attendants. The long continued work of the Nihilists lias at length culminated In the death of the Emperor of Russia. As the ein |cror was returning from parade in Michael Mnncgc about 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon, March 13, a bomb was exploded and thrown under the czar's carriage, doing considerable damage to the carrirgc. The czar alighted unhurt, but a second bomb exploded at his feet, shattering botli legs below the knee aud inflicting ohter terrible injuries. The czar was immediately conveyed in an unconscious state to the Winter palace, where he died the same day. Two persons were con­ cerned in the crime, one of whom was seized immediately. The explosion also killed an officer and two Cossacks, aud many policemen and other persons were injured. Particulars of tnc Assassination. A London special gives the follow...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 18 March 1881

7 4-i-f 4" "~. Hit .* w.% If'- •,iw-A.sa«ria^v'qg The Jamestown Alert. XSSUKD IYKRT JKIDAY AFTKRNOOX BT MIMHTH. AICCLCIIK. i:.i Tei i:—Payable In AdT«u«i WEEKLY EDITION. ONI COPT, one year, OKB COPT, *U mouthi. Money ftorntahed for •lOO.OOO to loan. W« In boat three weeks. proving up. C. White. John Rosa returned yesterday from Canada. A number one brick maker will be here J. W. Johnson received a lirge stock of t'aioi machinery yesterday. The Hagar Bros, passed through the city yesterday, en route to the Missouri country. The heavy timbers for the Methodist church are being prepared" tor the support of hat structure. Twelve tickets were sold in St Paul, Wednesday, for Jamestown. Ho! for Jamestown. Tbe bridge across the James will be completed to-morrow night. Pete is a rusher any how. Mr. Barbour has decided to main in the city, and will continue to manage the renowued i-sablisbmt nt of Mr. Li armd. Judge Steinbuch will have a car loi-d of furniture soon. will en targe his shop and...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 25 March 1881

1 ia ,4 fcl. S 4 ip* VOL. 3. .TV*. J. C. ..•Si-?.,' 1{ 1l"i .••.-•L. Ji. I Mli '.J .tl. Gre:r3Lexa,l ,, .{ i* JAMES TL WHTSLOW, Wholesale and Retail Building uppUes Punished to Contractors. D. CURTI2T, JAMESTOWN, rBBPSTKB Largest, Best and Only Complete Stock of l^£exolou In Stutsman county, which he will sell at the lowest cash price. To baccos Drug's, ledums, W, RAYMOND, President. •. It. MeGINNIS, V. Preetfleat. R. B- WALLACE, Cufcltr Bank of Jamestown, JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA. —"GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED."- BUT *nd Sell Exchange on all Principal ities. Will Alton-i to Puroluie and Sale of Real Esla'e, ay Tajes, Exchange, And Perfect Titles. Fartioular Attention Civsa To Colleotions Y. Correspondent, Donnell, Lawson ft Co.. St. Paul Correspondent, First National Bank, Toui BvLsiaa.es© Solllcted.. WM C. WHITE, Notary Public. JOHNSON C. NICIvEUS. WHITE A XTXCKET7S, -A.tt0xaa.e3rs at Ija/w, U. S. LAND OFFICE ATTORNEYS. LEGAL BUSINESS AND COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Land Of...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 25 March 1881

gamcstouiu ^,krt. MARSHALL McCLURE, Publisher. JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA CURRENT TOPICb. Lakk Forest University, 111., has re­ cently treed itself from a $10,000 debt. A college lor young women is about to be established at Norfolk, Va., by the citizens of that place. A. CUTHB ERT, ot Mobile, Ala., is the oldest ex-member of Congress now living. He was born in Georgia,, in 1778, still practices law in Mobile, and is said to enjoy excellent health. IT is estimated that Minnesota requires five million pounds of twine to bind its wheat crop, and the Farmer's Board of Trade recommends home manufacture, and the cultivation of hemp for that pur- O QUEEN CHRISTINA, of Spain, and the little Infanta are doing well. The head nurse is an English woman, and, at the request of the Archduchess Isabel of Aus­ tria, the baby princess is dressed in An­ glo-Saxon fashion. THE widow of the Cologne banker, Bar­ on Abraham Von Oppenheim, who in 1870 gave the magnificent sum of £150, 000 for the wounded, has jus...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 25 March 1881

7-ifAy.: l« fl I il- v:1!: TANKEE OHAHON, az nvi m. imub In day a of old, we are told, Beside the Stygian tide Old Cliaron dwelt, with whom all deell Who aonght the other aide. Andfor his task, he eaoh would aak A obole in return. ev^ry gent who lacked a cent He left the oeut to urn. And motley crowds, in fnneral ehroudi, Awaited on the shore And there would stay, who could not pay A hundred years or more. Among the throng that came along, New England sent a man— 'Twae Eli Brown, of Boston town. Who had overstepped life's span. He lacked the tin to let him in To ttie Elysian grove An oath he swore that ne no mora By Styx's tide would rove. He picked up sticks and 'gan to As A raft on which to float An Irishman who's near at hand He hired to build the boat. Save Pat, Be gob, a payin' job 'Twould be for you and me With One desate that lad to chato. And row there over free." Then 131 said, 'Twas in my head That very thing to do. Now, launch her in. and we'll begin To run our vessel, to...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 25 March 1881

THE JAMESTOWN ALERT- I3.sri:t BYERY FIIIJJAV AFTEHSUON HY MAHSUAI.I. MCCLUIIE.. Von:* !n Advance. WEEKLY EDITION. OKI? I'lU'-V. olio Vi-nr, ON li I'OI-Y fix mouths, 81OIH\Y fiirnislit'il #!H) (KtO to loan. Vi'ill our c:t:7.t P.S T1 *2 00 SI 00 for proving til. W t!. White. Juutbtowii is rapidly tilling up with rs The .store of Nickcus & Mills is 25x61 ami is well tilled with stock ot' gemim! inert hinaiise, Tlif new millinery establishment will lie in the i-eeijiid story of Mr Flint's ne«v |illihlii r. A Kaus will erict a lumber office on The ei'Mier of 5 ill uvi uue rud'yiid stn et tins e-k. iiir. Northern Pucilic wood vmil i\ be iiit well nilt'd with ciioici oak wood lor fi'tuie use in Jiuui .-towii. .1. Flint is making pivpir.ilions to plow 80 i:eres on his {aim. south oi town, in 1 5'o iieres on his tree ciiiiui H. M. Winslow is building a residence ri his c!:tii north .t town, the dimeu ii ib «.'f which are 2i'.\'20 The presint impassible condition of Front street reminds 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. — 1 April 1881

SM'. 1 .'' '?'rH$! ,1)1 ••.••)- '-'A? ^i-jfrft ib£w -j V?, .?,]'• fjf ^.^1 JkjW' 'ff'H! J^ §t :'!?•'-i* Uilyl^ .'/'I m-:jjl ivt 1 ,J lffllj frrfr-tl ^ij. j-K f^'li '*i« FHl i''U r-"^: I -v :, i"' J\ VOL. 3. \. A Gre».era,l "^Tovlx J. C. NICKEUS. -. JAMES 33- WIXTSLOW, Wh»lMU( and Retail Baalar la LUMBER, LATH AND SHINGLES Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Building Paper, &c. Building Supplies Funished to Contractors D. CU3RT11T, JAMESTOWN, XZBSIFS THE Largest, Best and Only Complete Stock 2v£orcl^ ^23udl3e In Stutsman county, which he will sell at the lowest cash price. Attorney and Counsellor at Law .fiXTB STOTJLR'T FTTBL1CL Legal Business Promptly Attended fo, Contested Land Claims be+ore the Local and General Land Offices made a Specialty. Jamestown, Dakota. O E I E S Teas, Coffees, Sugars and Syrups, Canned Goods and woodenware. FLOUR. PORK AND HAMS. •XoTosiccos ©,aa.d. Cigra-rs. Brag's, Medicines, and Fancy fa.iX3.ts o,sa.3. Oils, School acfl EM Soots, stationer?. Lamps asi 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. — 1 April 1881

J'•\% Ur 1 fef If liftp Jamestown Jfled. MARSHALL MoCLURE, Publisher. JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA. NEWS IK BRIEF. :4 t- 4 WASHINGTON. A commission has been organized to represent the. United States at the forth­ coming electrical fairs. It has been decided by the President and Cabinet not to call an extra session, it not being deemed necessary. by existing ctreum stances. The treasury authorities at Wash­ ington have become convinced that under ex­ isting laws $150,000,000 of maturing bonds maybe practically relunded at 8 or 3x per cent., independently of the treasury hoard or the surplus revenue. The treasury department's report on trichinae and trichinosis is nearly ready for distribution. The folly of any nation pro­ hibiting the entry of pork from abroad, when in point of fact no country is without trichinae of its own, is well shown, and it is held to b? ridiculous to assume that a foreign variety is more harmful than those of native produc­ tion. Secretary Blaine has obtained from Dr. H...

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. — 1 April 1881

te WB TWO. MAUD MEREDITH Beside a babbling mountain-stream, Where softly aiders quiver— Where eddying bubbles glint and gleam Adow 11 ward toward the river— Two fair-liaired children traced the moad Of butter-cup and clover Or rode, on Fuvcv'a winged steeds, The purple hill-tops over. Two children roamed the shady dells, By fancy blithe or sober, T- From May's first blossoms on the hilla Till crimson lipped October. They watch the waxen May-Flowers creep From ru«set covers under And whispered low of fancies deep, With uods, and smiles, and wonder. Till Time the graybeard—fairy he, Uufairy-like his doing— Had touched the maiden's merry glee With bis reaisilefes wooing While Life hi6 heavy hands put forth, And chained the childish ardor To days and deeds of use and worth, Beneath his strong recorder. The joyous ways thi*y w-niered dovru, LUe's sunny, spring-time weather Theu parted in the roae-hedged UWD, To. walk nw more together. For one, the roar of Ocean's surf— For one, the vales...

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. — 1 April 1881

10.. fit hi, .-V"- •/-. .THE JAMESTOWN ALERT. if 1 ISSUED BVT5H1T FRIDAY AFTERNOON BY UAKBUALLI MCCLTIRB. TraM:«^»»'able In Advance! WEEKLY EDITION. ON* COPY, one year, ON COPY, rtx nionthu. Modcjt ^:4 furitiMhed •IW.MO to loan. resi^nee 93 00 SI 00 for pro-vliiK ti? Woi. O. White. At kin J. K. Parnell is ft guest of Mr. •Ou this week. J. C. Long bas bought a new wagon to ^matcli b.s Wain. George Venaum's new ofHcc lias been Improved by ft coat of white paint. The innn who is digeing the well on Front btwet says thu frost is eight teet d«ep. Bert Grow, who has been quite sick at the Dakota House, is agni. abi to be ••lit. gF&t gentleman lately fn.m I'wa is build t1' J'lg some convenient stables j'ist behind the Gc rmania House. T. "NV. Fields is decorating his new store ou Front street with a ®oat of white -'paiut. *. »tt Thti ucw 0f 01e~Strand is en- closed aiul presents a beautiful appearance over in the hollow. A new shoemaker arrived in Jamestown Saturday and intends to star...

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. — 8 April 1881

II Su h-V, I I II 1" 1 I I "St |f#: VOL. a J. .,-.f If#'- f5\\ Hf":*., .. A. $ •*•*. *.v t-i -rr 0. NICKEUS. lb "f* IT J'7 *T '''iV "V '--L 11 JAMES XV. CTX2TSZ.OW, Wholesale and S«MI CMavia LUMBER, LATH AND SHINGLES Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Building Paper, &c. Building Supplies Finished to Contractors. D. CURTIN, JAMESTOWST, DAKOTA. CTEPS SPaxaa-ts e,3a.3. Oils, EchDol and Blank Boob, stationer/, Lamps anil CMmcjs. CHURCHILL & WEBSTER'S Klaus's Block, TJLl£ S 7 1 2 J. W. RAYMOND, rresident. S. K. MeGINKIS, FrMidoat. K. B. WALLACE, Ca»M«r Bank of Jamestown, JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA. -^—GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED,n— Buy. yid Sell Exchange on ajl Principal itles. Will Attend to Pureh&se and Sale of Real Estate, ray Taxes,Ewhange, And Perfect Titles. Particular Attention Gives. To Collections Nf Y. Correspondent, Donnell, Lawson 4" Co. 1 TTZJE1 Largest, Best and Only Complete Stock of Gr-eaa-ersLl ^^excli 5uaa.S.is@ In Stutsman county, which he will sell at the low...

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. — 8 April 1881

WT fx :4: i: ?U ii V- i' VrH i'A: I -:i 'if s/ 'V ,- & fea^gt, 1# V-* m- ir-: +1 ^jmmstowri J7c MARSHALL McCI.URE, Publisher. JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA. N E W S I N I E WASHINGTON. The public debt has been reduced during the month of March by $5,0('0,000. Coinage of the five-cent nickel pieces has been suspended, asit is becoming redundant. The Irving hall democracy in New York have disbanded, after ratifying the reor­ ganization of the party by the committee of one hundred. Commissioner Raum has a fight on hand with the Mormons. The Zion Co-oper­ ative society has been issuing scrip that is taken and passed for money this is a violation of the law, and the scrip so issued is subject to tax, which the commissioner has endeav­ ored to collect. As in all other situations, the Mormons propose fight. They have paid $10,000 out of the $40,000 demanded by the government, and they do not propose to pay more. They have taken the case to the courts, and will resist them to the last. Advices from...

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. — 8 April 1881

WOT j.. kyzr 7 S UN HIS 12 op TOE PACIFIC. On the mountains, lik: battle-smoke, fold upon fold, Ilover low the mists of morning: As pearls, hang the dew-drops on forest and wold, The flowers and trees adorning. In the East, tbe dove-light of promise, in gleams, Is tlnshing warm and waking In'the West, fautom shadows of darkness and' renin Are fleeing fast and breaking. On their hinges of amber, the gateways of pearl, Are high and wide unclosing Glowing standards of crimson their wonders unfurl, Heaven's glories all disclosing. Swift, arrowy lightnings encircle the earth, Tli-i seas are flushed and gory And from out the throes of that marvelous birth, The god ascends in glory. THE BANANA ROUTE. Alexander Delimit' Tells About the Country Through Which it Passes. A reporter of the Chicago Tribune recently "corralled" Alexander Del mar, a former director of the Bureau of Statistics, and elicited from that gentleman the following statement of the country through which the much boasted ro...

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. — 8 April 1881

THE JAMESTOWN ALERT. ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY AFTEKNOON BR MARSHALL MCCI.UKK. 1T«M:»Pn$jq*ic in Advance. Wli KLY EK1T10X. ON COPY, one year. ONK COPY, »ix uioutUs, t-2 00 SI 00 Manny .furnlMked for pi-ovlne «P •lOO OOO to loan. Win. V. White. F\ H. Ertel arrived iu the city Satur­ day. Lntnl ofricc blauks for sale at tlie Aleft The brewery wind jnillia ^uite success­ ful in its workings. Tin roof is being put upon the Jetlio dist cliurch. Jamestown lias nearly dr.uMed its pop­ ulation during tlie past two I.KMUIIS. One of George Crumb «luiIn-u is very sink with the measles at Giand Riipids. Mr- Atkinson* new threshing niaoliine is.fln ObUoine Oscillat-r, and beauty The new bridge over the raging James lias many bewitching attractions for uoonliglit strollers. Henry Dorn still continues to struggle with the grangers in the capacity of a farm machinery man. Over two hundred dollars worth of new job type and fancy holders will giace the Alert job rooms in a lew dajs. Mr. Denton, who "'as di...

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. — 15 April 1881

ti- VOL. 3. -C 1. O. MICKKUS. 4ud to light wasi ^ottase wind JAMES R. WI1TSLOW, "Wholesale mad Retail Sealer In LUMBER, LATH AND SHINGLES, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Building Paper, &c. Building Supplies Funishsd to Contractors. D. CXJRTIN, JAMESTOWN, DSZEEIFS T23IB Largest, Best and On ly omplete Stock of Grex2.exa,l Ik/Cercli 5iaa.ca.ise In Stutsman county, which he will sell at the lowest cash price. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Avm XTOTJLRT Legal Business Promptly Attended fa, Contested Land Claims be+ore the Local and General Land Offices made a Specialty. Jamestown, Dakota. GROCERIES, Teas* Coffees, Sugars and Syrups, Canned Goods and proodenware. FLOUR. PORK AND HAMS. To"baiccos eiTLd. Clgraxs. Drags, Medicines, and Fancy Goods, a,lxvts e-xxd. Oils, Scbool ui BM Boob, stationer?, Lam^s and CUoraers. CHURCHILL & WEBSTER'S Klaus's Block, T^.2v£BS1,OTXT3fT, ZD. T. J. W. RATMOMD, rrssidsnt. I. K. McOINMlt, T. Bank of Jamestown, JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA. —nGENERAL BANKING...

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