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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 15 April 1881

a $ •s SpPSR •£. s, -sL is 5jg ^famesiotvn MARSHALL McCLURE, Publisher. JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA. CURRENT TOPICS. Wisconsin Legislature *ljy ii vote of 51 to 22, killed the bill making the crime of minder punishable with death. EVERY member of the imperial family of Germany is the possessor of a knowledge of some trade, and speci­ mens of their skill in the mechanical arts abound in the royal residence. TIIE total cost ol' the Afghan war to the British has been, so far, $97,500, 000. This includes #22,500,000 ex­ pended in the construction of frontier railroads which will be useless for a long time to come. GARFIELD, Blaine, Allison and James F. Wilson were sworn in 4is members of congress for the first time the darkest hour of the rebellion. Mr. Windom, who had served one term, at the same time was sworn in for his second term. I DANIEL BASWXEI, WARNER, the president of Liberia, is dead. He was born near Baltimore, Md„ in 1815, of slave parents, who, however, $£- obtained their freedom sh...

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. — 15 April 1881

fc i&i- TO-MORROW. JOAQUIN MIIXE11. Oil, thou to-morrow! Mystery! Oh, clay that ever runs before! What has thy hidden hand in store For mine, to-morrow, and for me'' Oh, thou to-morrow! what liast thou In store to make me bear the now Oh, day in which we shall forget The tangled troubles of to-day Oh, day that laughs at duns at debts Oil, day of promises to pay! Oh, shelter from all present storm Oh, day in which we shall reform Oh, safest, best day for reform! Convenient day of promises! Hold back the shadow of the storm, Oh, blest to-morrow Cliiefeat frir-nd, Letnot they mystery be less, But lead us blindfold to (lie end. THE SELF-SACRIFICE. It was a western home—plain and small—the prairies stretching away from it on all sides in green billows. Near it was a little group of maples, their tender foliage stirring softly in the evening air. There were a few stars out, and low in the west a cres­ cent moon hung, looking for the nonce like a broken ring, one golden half gone. This...

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. — 15 April 1881

s-m fr-x M-"* JAMESTOWN ALERT. IUUBJ XVEBT FRIDAY AFTBRNOOJi urn,*-. BY MARSHALL MCCLURK. *•«•:--fayuii«e in A rtvauae. WE KLV KJ-II'i LON. OWH COPY, on* year. ..!«* COPY, *iz months. itoney fanUhel VIOO.OOO t* loan. $ 2 00 SI uo for provn.jc up. Wm. C. Whit*. Postmaster K« lli-y lias been s)itinluit! A few day* fa Fargo. The last a lJitious la the cooler tuckc *,*, jgrand total of 7. M«. Tisdnle & C'\, had a fine pinin .Arrive yea'erduy. B. S. Russeii of Spiritwood, is slop­ ing at the Odkutii llouse. J****1 A new sign in front of Attorn- Bill'. office reads, R. A llili, Atlorm-y-at Luw ., A young Polauder iiaiiied John lviiin^ Was jugged jesteruay morning for snal ing a watch. 8. L. Glaspell aud F. E. Jo ies, of !'|. dridge. are stoppiug at tlm Dukii« fioUM. Lots in Jamestown proper are b«ll it. 'I|^liigli that two thirds of the houses are lin­ ing built «n its additions. Twelve tendetfeet from the states ar­ rived yesterday aud will make Jaiueutowii 4.heir future hotue. Walle...

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. — 22 April 1881

.1uL'dI|DI^|||ai.i M3£ HhiKU fc,*a^vAi|L.J) Ii(|i wi-iftab||f|1iiiiii VOL. 3. Si I i: IT A.-, .M,,, N, IMIIYMIN INN,. 1, ,i ,-ji...»,nj,• MI mum JAMSS R. WX2TSLOW, Wholesale and Retail Sealer in LUMBER, LATH AND SHINGLES, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Building Paper, &c. Building Supplies Punished to Contractors. D. CURTIN, JAMESTOWIT, DAKOTA. i. TEE Largest, Best and Only omplete Stock of G-enexal 2s/£erc3a.' In Stutsman county, which he will sell at the lowest cash price. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, XXTS ITOTART PTTSLZO. Legal Business Promptly Attended fe, Contested Land Claims before the Local and General Land Offices made a Specialty. Jamestown, Dakota. GROCERIES, Teas, Coffees, Sugars and Syrups, Canned Goods and woodenware. FLOUR, PORK AND HAMS. Xo"ba,ccos and Clgrars. Drags, Medicines, and Fane Goods, 3?a,ian.ts @,sa.d. Oils, Scfeaol ail Blast Ms, stationery. Lamps aid CMmejs. CHURCHILL & WEBSTER'S Klaus's Block, T^-Ov£ESTOT77"3^T, 3D. T. J. W. I1THOXD, hiiMHl....

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. — 22 April 1881

mm. ic -gw fa- •k: Il Si swg&t-C. JktMBtotvn MARSHALL McCLUBE, Publisher. JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA. CURRENT TOPICS. A PARTY of Americans have lease(* from the Dominion government twelve hundred acres of bog near Winnipeg, and will manufacture peat on a large scale, S Dr. J. S. Allen, of Atlanta, 111., died of paralysis. so hard His legs turned black, and grew that they could not be punctured with pin. It is' believed that petrifaction has commenced, and RAINKK, that his body trill turn into stone. THE president of one of the recent meetings held in Virginia to indorse the action of Senator Malione was one of the electors on the Hancock Demo­ cratic ticket. a negro, who was lieuten­ ant governor of South Carolina, and represented that state in Congress, is working diligently on the streets of Charleston as a laborer. TIIE Sonora Railroad company, a Boston organization, has laid fifty kllonietors of track on Mexican soil and received subsidy for the first sec­ tion from the government. O...

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. — 22 April 1881

i! 1 *4r': u' "-I'd! THE GIFT OF TEARS. eradlc at close of day A little child was sleeping Three angels robed in white array, A prayerful watch were keeping. Two said, 0 happy should she be, Life's best gifts we have ineted." Nay," said the eldest of the three, Our task is not completed." Then up the sleeping town she past, By alley dark and dreary, The winds were cold, the rain fell fast On many wanderer weary. There on the pavement in the rain, A babe and a mother lying, The child is dead! O vain, vain Are all licr tears and crying! One teardrop took that angel mild, And gave release from sorrow The mother aud her little child Shall meet in Heaven to-morrow. One teardrop took, and passed away To that bright home of gladness, Wherein the new-born baby lay Unknowing sin and sadness. Fpon its breast the tear she laid, Then Heavenward they ascended The last gift is the best," she said, Our mission now is ended!" Then sang they, through the starry shine, Heaven shall its blessing send ...

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. — 22 April 1881

r-^ Si.*-' I". •m (Ki Sf*. IKI1 rk: ALERT. amestown *fo» FBIDAT AFTERNOON klni ALL MCCLDRB. kWPa-able In Advance. r^jfK UhX EDITION. IM year, $4 00 rmoutfM, SI 00 ^vftajoIMied for Win &?$*»» &*8it proving np 43. Wtiitr. D, D, S Jti'isideiit Dentist. SvfSaw and saw linrac at tli« •&$& & Winslow'g tem-meii' of mud in front of tin fllle up. •jZajtyp'i Abe painter, is painting Henry Vhotelat Eldriiffe. rSTsfcs is erecting a warehouse in th pf bii lumber office. new sign liangs in front of the screw pulverizer man's office. White & Nickeus have the salt of sev. «ral lou on Fourth Ave. School burg has some interesting relic* which be brought from Germany. Several Canadian families will locate near Jamestown the coming week. A purely personal transaction occurrcd Saturday. John Moore was the hero. Considerable talk concerning the pris oners in the jail is being indulged in. Some of the boys in town who own fast temes are in favor of a trotting course. Wells is dispo...

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. — 29 April 1881

YOL. 3. fw $ J. 0. NICKXUS. Ill JbJT JAM5S XL WIKSIOW, •». WheliMli and BeUU Dealer in LUMBER, LATH AND SHINGLES, JSash, Doors, linds, Mouldings, Building Paper, &c. Building Supplies Funished to Ccnlractcrs. D. CXJRTUT, JAMESTOWIT. KE5BFS Largest, Best and Only omplete Stock of ©-@:n.@:r3il 2v£erc3a.' suis d_ls© In Stutsman county, which he will sell at the lowest cash price. le. .A~ Attorney and Counsellor at Law, AXITB WOTJLRY FTJBX.IO. Legal Business Promptly Attended fe, Contested Land Claims before the Local and General it. Land Offices made a Specialty. Jamestown, Dakota. CBOCEBIES, Teas, Coffees, Sugars and Syrups, Canned Goods and woodenware. FLOUR. PORK AND HAMS. To"toacco3 and Clgraxs. Drugs, Medicines, and Fancy Goods, Fa.lxa.ts GJOJSL. Oils, ScM and Blank Boob, stationery. Lamps and CMaiejs. CHURCHILL & WEBSTER Klaus's Block, TA1CESTOW1T, El W. RAYMOND, Prw4dMt. S. K. McOIMWU, V. Fr..l4*Bt. K. I. WALLACB, Bank, of Jamestown, JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA. -"GENERAL BANKING ...

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. — 29 April 1881

tfk A J. e* 't# Jt'n t. ,^g' '«*'j •*%£&.*> It. I 1 fi ^SIWKV,^. •"''a jjamealoivn ef/er/. I MAMHAT.T. McCLURE, Publisher. •JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA. CURRENT TOPICS. A BROTHER and sister met in Con neaut, 0., one day last week for the first time in fifty-one years. Two young Canadians chartered a tug at Sarnia and enjoyed a novel wed­ ding. The whistle was kept blowing its best while the nuptial knot was being tied. JAPAN has 4,377 postoftices, and the aggregate length of its mail routes in operation is 42,291 miles. The money order system is employed to the pub­ lic satisfaction. A CITIZEN of Rochester has brought suit against his father-in-law to compel him to permit him to re­ move the remains of his wife from the father-in-law's lot in a cemetery to a lot reeently purchased by him­ self. SLR. BOYCOTT has returned from Virginia to New York, and will soon set out for Britain to dispose of his business affairs. He will visit Ire­ land incidentally, but designs making his home in th...

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. — 29 April 1881

rr.?.?: 4r '"i rr ®|j IM?!?--'? J- Has gone to the heavenly fold. Do I dream when in sleep I behold her, With a beauty so fresh and divine, When so close to my heart I enfold her, And feel her soft lips upon mine When so loving those gentle eyes glisten That my vision is lost in my tears, And bewildered, enraptured I listen And soon I shall see her again. rM THERE'S A LITTLE MOVSD. BY E. W. LOCKE. There's a fresh little mound neur the willow, AVlierc at evening I wander and weep There's a dear vacant spot on my pillow, Where a sweet little face used to sleep There were pretty blue eyes, but they slumber In silcnce, beneath the dark mold, And the little )et lamb of our number To a voice from the spirits' bright spheres There's silence in parlor, in chamber, There's sadness in every room Oh! I know 'twas the father who claimed her, Yet everything's burdened with gloom But I'll not be comfortless mourner, Nor longer brood over my pain For I know where the angels have borne her, A STORY...

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. — 29 April 1881

THE JAMESTOWN ALERT. ISSUED ilYERY FRIDAY AFTERXOON BT MARSHALL MCCLUKE. TeNit:-Payaliln in Advance. WE K.LY EDITION. OH S COPY, out vear, $2 00 OH tf COPY, mouth*. $1 00 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN.CHURCH, JANUS town, D. T., REV. N. D. FAHNTNO, Pastor. Bsrvtccs in the school house, at 10:30 a. m. ami 7:-'U» S•y m., every Sabbath. Prayer meeting' Wediieh avaningat 7:30. M8ervlces E. CHURCH.—Ttev. W.M. Wright, pastor. in the N. P. passenger depot, on alternate Sundays, at li o'clock a. n. aud 7:30p. :u. [AMESTOWN LODGE, A. F. Russell. A A. M. Regular communication first and third Tue*da\ •Tellings of each month. All Mason* in tfood •tending are cordially invited to attend. By ord *r of the W. M. w. H. CAMPBELL, ftgavtary. 8T.Knights VITUS BiflShmiBNf, Aneiant Order of thnled Cross, nu-els in Masonic Temple. Sir Knights from other Encampment? cordially invited to visijlfi!. COVST^OFFIfEKH. *5OIT*TT COMMISSIONERS.—D. M. Kellcher, P. Mo ran, C. W. Hendridlg. JUDOS or I'ROBATK.—H. J. Ott. VL»K or...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 6 May 1881

4 a \r& Tf» VOL. 3. Jj .."»• vV •JAMESTOW1T, IE3. I 1 «fti .-fti rjjfHSfisr wfp?, CHURCHILL & WEBSTER ._ .. JAMES R. WZXTSLOW, Wholesale and Xtatail Dealer i& LUMBER, LATH AND SHINGLES Sash, Doors, linds, Mouldings, Building Paper, &c. Building Supplies Funished to Contractors. D. CURTI1T, THIS Largest, Best and Only omplete Stock of O-er^era,! 2v£@rolcua,:EL3.ise In Stutsman county, which he will sell at the lowest cash price. 1 BILL, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, £ITS ITOXAHY PT73XIO. Legal Business Promptly Attended fo, Contested Land Claims before the Locu7 and General Locu Lan Offices made a Specialty Jamestown, Dakota. •BB O E I Teas, Coffees, Sugars and Syrups, Canned Goods and woodenware. flour, pork and hams. •XoToaccos and Oigrars- Meftiis, ajid Fancy Us, ^aiaa-tc a.xi.a. Oils, 'l ast BM IMs, stationery, Lamps anS uiii aaeys Klaus's Block, T-A.XEEST'O-WasT, 3D.. T. J.-W. RAYMOND,Preeidout. 6. K. McGINNIS, V. President. R.E. WALLACE, Cashier Bank of Jamest...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 6 May 1881

US ir Ij fV |v in© 'f J? to Jy$ 'Tv 1 iS Jktne.'sfowii MARSHALL McCLURE, Publisher. JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA. CURRENT TOPICS. TIIE now government directors of the Union Pacific road .ire S. T. Ever­ ett, of Cleveland R. II. Baker, of Racine Charles B. Peck, of Port Huron George W. Frost, of Oinalia, and A. Kountze, of New York. THE Supreme Court of Pensylnvat nia held in a recent decision that bar­ gains in stock by way of margin, where no intention exists of actually delivering the stock at issue, are wagering contracts, find therefore utterly void." OF THE debt of Tennessee, amount­ ing to $27,000,000, about $1,300,000 is held by the national government in trust for the Indians, $800,000 in the stato of Tennessee, and the greater portion in Europe. One year ago these bonds stood at 28-33 they are now quoted at 73. BY a vote of 116 to 25 the Massa­ chusetts house appointed a committee to investigate the recent discharge of two spinners at Fall River for testify­ ing before the committee o...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 6 May 1881

C1VIIVG AND FJVING. Forever the sun is pouring its gold On a hundred worlds that beg aud borrow His warmth ho equandora on eummita cold, His wealth on the homes of want and sorrow. AO withhold his largeeB of precious light Is to bury himself in eternal night. To give Is to live. The flower shines not for itself at all, Its joy is the joy it freely diffuses Of beauty and balm it is prodigal, And it lives in the light it freely loses. No choice for tho rose but glory or doom. To exhale or miother. to wither or bloom. To deny Is to dio. The teas lend tilvery rays to tho land, Tho land its sapphire stream to the ocean: Tho heart sends blood to tho brain of command. The brain to tho heart its lightning motion: And over and over wo yield our breath, Till tho mirror k\ dry and imago is death. To live Is to give. He is dead whose hand is not open wido To help the ne&4 of a human brother He doubles tho length of his life-long ride Who gives his fortunate place to another And a thousand m...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 6 May 1881

sp di** UW: .k' Z8SUB0 'EVERY FRIDAY AFTERNOON "f^FBY Marshall JlcCmitE. ^iJTen»di--Pa.va.ble In Advance. WE KLY EDITION. rONR COPT, one year, ^3 00 ^OSJit-lit^FY, Ilx mouths, $100 "TJUBST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Jutnfs Jj town, D. T., Rev. N. D. Fanxinu, Pastor. •-Services In the school house,ut 10:30 a. in. aiul 7:30 t-p, jn., every Sabbath. Pniycr meeting W'cdnes- ftd»y evenlUK at 7j30. Me.Sundays, CHURCH.—Rev. W. Mj Wright, paotor. Services in the N. P. passenger depot, on ,alternate atllo'clock a. n. and,7^0p..m, fj^JAMESTOWN J.ODGE, A. F. Jb A. M. i, COUSiTV OFKH HIIS. *!owntt Cohmissionkks.—D.M. Kellelier, P. Mo dui,C. \V.. Hendricks. tfUDlBE.OF PfJWVBATB.— II. J. Ott. -!lebk op District Couirr«-A. W. Keiley. •SUEKIFF'.—Archibald Mclveclmie. Register of I)EEDS..t—George Vennum. Treasurer.—Tliotiias S. Collins. Assessor.—John J. Nichols. SuitvijYfta.— Coronkr.—Wi".Elmer. -.St'PERINTENDEfiT OF fUBLIC SCHOOLS.—B. S. Russell. Justices of the Peace.—A. A. Allen, If. J£. Jones, Anton ...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 13 May 1881

l, VOL. 8. :, Jamestown, t.m. th I RAYMOND, PTMUMI. LLTI I JAMSS Wkal«Mlt amd Xotail E=»S "Pr i~jjfcd Largest, Best and Only omplete Stosk of Q-e».@x«il 2v£@rcli/ sim-d-iso In Stntsman county, which he will sell at the lowest cash price. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, uroTJUKT rrrsuo. Legal Business Promptly Attended fe, Contested Land Claims before the Local and General Land Office* made a Specialty. O E I E S Teas, Coffees, Sugars and Syrups, Canned Goods and woodenware. FLOUR, PORK AND HAMS. Tobaccos axa-d. CIgraxs. Mens, ami Fancy Goods, 7a.l33.ts e-rxd.. Oils, Blank Both, itatioaer?. Lamps and CMaisys. CHURCHILL & WEBSTER Klans's Block, TAliESTOWIT, 3D. T. S. X. MtaiMMIS, T. Bank of Jamestown, JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA. -rzGENERAL BANKING BUSINESS Bay and 9*11 Exchange on all Principal ltles. Will Attend to Purohase and Sal* of Real Estate, Pay Taxes, Exchange, And Perfect Titles. Particular Attention Given To Collection* N. 1*. Correspondent, Donnell, Lawson Co. St. Paul Correspo...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 13 May 1881

5 gjmmtonn Whipr: Jf/«7. MARSHALL McCLURE, Publisher. JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA. CURRENT PARAGRAPHS. THE total number of immigrant arriving at New York for the month of April, was over 60,000—nearly 1,600 more than arrived here last April. The arrivals so far this year amount to about 106,000, an excess of 25,000 over the same period last year. Miss KATE FIELD has been elected president of the Cooperative Dress Association by the board of directors. Her first duty will be to affix her sig­ nature to five thousand certificates of membership. OF Nathan Spinney, a veteran of the war of 1812, who died in York county, Me., a few days ago, aged ninety years, it is related thfit he never had a physicinn until his last illness, and every day for sixty-five consecutive years was able to do a full day's work. A HERD of forty camels belong to a Frenchman living in Nevada. Thirty seven of them were born in that state. They are to be used this summer in carrying goods from the terminus of the Carson and...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 13 May 1881

HAVE A ,ARF.AND BEWARE. There's a boy full of joy, seldom cojr, baa a toy Which conalBta of quiver and bow Dy repute he's acute, rather mute, but can shoot, And his aim is at random, I trow. It is clear he's a queer, little dear, and I hear That his arrows ore swift in their flight. Have a care, and beware how you dare anywhere Meet the youngster by day or by night. Now he brlugs 'neatti his wings, silken strings, pi etty things. And he calls them his true lovers' knot, Which be tries to disguise, as he tics up ills eyes, Then he's blind as a bat, every jot But I tiud, though he's blind, he's incllued oft to bind Maldeug' hearts with his gay cords of love! Bo beware, have a care bow you fare wheu you dare To coiniiiuue with tbls boy as you rove. With a glauce of roiuauce Ue'll aJvauce, aud enhance All the virtues that be luuy possess On his tic wi please by degrees he will teaeo Then he 11 flatter, and soothe, and caress. So again, to be plain, if ou delgu to retain Iu your cervice ...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 13 May 1881

JAMESTOWN IFUS f. f' ALERT. *M0«P KVK&Y FRIDAY AFTBBNOOM BY MARSHALL MCCLURB. Tea**:--Payable in Advautei WB KLY EDITION. OS* COPY, one year, V' OH COPT, *ix month*. .. V..» MSerricea By order of the W. W. H, CAVPMU, Secretary. ST. VITUS ENCAMPMENT, Aneiwit Onlor Knights of the Red Cross, meets in Mneouic Temple. Sir Knights from other Encampments •ordfaliy invited to visit us. COUSTY OFFICKKS. *2OUNTT COMMISSIONER*.—]). M. Kelicber, P. Mo ran, C. W. Hendricks. JUDOS or PBOUATS.—II.J.Ott. 1!LBBK or DISTRICTCOURT.—A. W. Kellcy. fiusRirr,—Archibald McKcchnie. RBOISTEH or DBBDS.—George W. Vennum. TKBASUBER.—Thomas S. Collins. ASSBSSOB.—John J. Nichols. SUUTBYOB.— COBONKR.—Will Elmer. SUFEKIHTEMDEXT Or PUBLIC SCHOOLS.—B. S. Rassell. JUSTICES or TUB PEACE.—A. A. Allen, F. E. Jones, Anton Steinbach. CONSTABLES.—John Vennum, George W. Kurtz. ISBCJ furnished •1M OM to loan. for proving up. Wui. C. White. C. E. Hale. D. D. 8., Resident Dentut. Mr. MeOee will rebuild at once. A new awitch...

Publication Title: Jamestown Alert
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown alert. — 20 May 1881

fY •av. I) ll I Hash, InfSS^J'" 1,5 VOL. 3. Largest, In Stutsman Drags, -—GENERAL Bk* Fartiouler "STotjlx j"y £**7^ SJ-l *V JAMBS R. WINS LOW, Wfeelae&la and H«t*il Bealox in LUMBER, LATH AND SHINGLES, Doors, linds, Mouldings, Building Paper, &c. Emlt&ng Supplies Fiinishsd to Contractors. D. GTJRTIN, JAMKSTOWIT. DAKOTA. KZE5BX3© IKE the Best and Only omplete Stock of Croxxexsil HvdCerc!!^.- ajQ.c3.Ise county, which he will sell at lowest cash price. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, jLsrx *roT.a.xvy, PTrsr ic. Legal Business Promptly Attended fo, Contested Land, Claims before the Local and General Land Offices made a Specialty. Jamestown, Dakota. GROCERIES, Teas, Coffees, Sugars and Syrups, Canned Goods and woodeiiware. FLOUR, PORK AND HAMS. ToToaccos a,n.cL Olgrsirs- Medicines, and Fancy Goods, 3Pa,l35Lts ©.aa.3. Oils, SM til Blast Boob, stationer Lamps ail Chiianays. CHURCHILL & WEBSTER'S Klaus's Block, TA.MESTOT771T, ID. Ti f. W. RAYMOND, FrMt4*Dt. 8. K. ileGINwIS, ...

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