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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 11 July 1884

t:t 5. 1^' MIL IFF} iftiiil {(9 I iV ?F4*J i1 r, -i! Wi I vssras -flglSs: \v A 3.1 THE JAMESTOWN ALERT. DAILY AND WEEKLY. ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY EYEING. BT MABSHALL MCCLCRE. Teraii-hyable in Advance WEEKLY EDITION. ONE COPY, one year, OKI COPY, six months. $100 FRIDAY, MAY 30,1884 rAMKSTOWNLODOK 1 F.4 A.M. 76 A of each month. A11 Masons in good llnlii| are cordially invited to attend. I O. O. F. Jamestown Lodge, No. 81. MMti every Thursday eytninr, at 7.30 o'clock All krethsrn in good «tanding cordially invited to visit as. A. Stmnback,N. O. 3. J. NSIBLING, U.S. L. LYON, V. G. 1T. VITUS ENCAMPMENT, Ancient Order I I S'kii|iil( of tin Bed Cron, meets in Masonic fnili. Sir Knights from other Encampments OOfdiaUy invited to"viait a*. LOCAL AFFAIRS From Friday's Daily A. H. Rosa, of Carrington, lingers at the Grand Central. B. 8. Russel is building a fine residence •n the north side in McGinnis' addition. Farm machinerv Mulliken has just re csived a large supply of mewing ma­ chines. Our t...

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. — 18 July 1884

$ I if I,) t- I 1l U»-t -«.* THE WEEKLY ALERT. J. C. WARNOCK, EDITOR. THERE ia some kicking over the basis ef apportionment of the delegates to the next territorial convention as adopted by the republican central committee, but af­ ter all the apportionment is perhaps as nearly fair and equitable to all parts of the territory as any that could have been made. There is no occasion for making war upon Mouth Dakota on account of the apportionment of delegates to the convention, and especially is it imprudent to do so when North Dakotax has every­ thing to lose and nothing to gain by such a course now that the matter is irrevoca­ bly settled. It is about time to cease this strife and bitterness between the two sec­ tions of Dakota and all work together in harmony for the common good of the whole territory. We will want a dele­ gate in congress to represent Dakota, not alone either the northern or southern sec­ tions of it. BEN. BUTLER got his work in on the democratic national conventio...

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. — 18 July 1884

tf .i %4- WHO WI\S? An Incident of tlx* Sepoy MilUtn. Delhi, that city of minarets, was tlie „j. seat in former years of the Great Mo­ gul, whose rule dominated Hindoostan, and whose style and magnificence reach­ ed the ears of the inhabitants of the old world in such an exaggerated way as to make believe that the streets were paved •with gold. In the year 1857 Delhi, though shorn of its ancient splendor, was still a place to talk and dream of. The bazars were filled with rare and costly merchandise, and streets of the capital contained nothing but jewelry, which was largely exported to Europe and America. But in a single night all this was changed, and instead of the "hum of toiling thousands there came the brazen notes of the war-trumpet, the boom of •cannon, the rattle of musketry, and the steely flash of naked sabers. British valor was once more called Tipon to defend the honor of Old Eng­ land against a nation in revolt—a handful, so to speak, of devoted men were pitted against...

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. — 18 July 1884

SBXDALTOITBS. Wliy They Should b« Abandoned—STelfhor Popular, Vor Onunnlililt. Prara the New Orleans Times-Democrat We have all been laughing at Life's "Waning of the Honey Moon." In Btimaurier's "Pictures of English So­ ciety" there is another illustration bear lag the same title, in which the young eouplo are represented as seated on a lonely sea-shore. Angelina (suppress­ ing an inclination to yaVn)—"How nice it Tronld be if some friend were to turn •lip wouldn't it, Edwin Edwin (after yawning elaborately)—" Ye-e-s!—or even some enemy!" If, as an amusing French writer assures us, the Chinese were the "inventors of the honey-moon," then should that ingenious people in­ deed be kept away from American shores, lest they introduce among the Occidentals other pernicious customs and inventions of the Orient. Can the civilization of the nine­ teenth century evolve nothing bet­ ter for a newly married pair than a wedding journey Are the publicty of railway trains and the curiosity of cha...

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. — 18 July 1884

TELEGRAPHIC. North Dakota Praia Association. GRAND FORKS, .July 10—The North Dakota Press association met and elected officers, adopted a constitution aid by­ laws and appointed an executive COIL- mittee to adopt a schedule of advertising and printing rates and consider tbe news and ready print question. Annuul meet­ ings will be held on the 4th of July when literary exercises will take place. Con­ stitution and by-lawB printed and dis­ tributed to representatives and letters of accord from nearly every county In .North Dakota present or received. Starts off completely for mutual benefit. The Ward Murder Case. GRAND FORKS, D. T., July 10—In the Ward cases no other case attacked. The district attorney and deputies busy all day preparing papers and sheriff out get­ ting anew venire. Defendants ready and anxious for trial. The Lair jury dis­ charged except H. J. Holbreok, of Graf ton, who is held under recognizance for alleged perjury, he having sworn to the necessary qualifications of...

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. — 18 July 1884

E WALLACE, A.1 Inquiries County Order* issued, paid Amount of County Orders outstanding Road and Bridge Order* issued Territorial Fund 357 75 County Fund 94 7:! Sinking Fund 2,420 68 School Fund 2.664 91 Road and Bridge Fund 1,741 28 Interest on Bond Fund 45 0'.* literestFund 1,305 79 School Twp. No. 6 470 31 School Twp. No. 8 22 GO School Twp. No. 9 £5 59 School Twp. No. 10 237 CS School Twp. No. 11 421 90 School Twp. No. 12 824 OH School Twp. No. 13 565 78 School Twp. No. 14 194 03 School Twp. No. 15 204 99 School Twp. No. 16 693 17 School Twp. No. 17 22 60 Total am't ree'd since Jan. 1,1884.. Total am't on hand Jan 1, 1884 Total am't on hand July 1, 1884— Total am't p'd out slnrc Jan. 1, 1884 D. C. BUCK'S WHOLESALE and BE AIL 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 b...

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. — 18 July 1884

BY 1IAK3HALL McCLURE. JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA, Porflrio Diaz, who has been reelected President of Mexico, seems to be almost the only man of intelligence, force of character and honesty among the Mexi­ can leaders of to-day. His predecessor, Gonzalez, was of the ordinary type of the feeble and corrupt intriguer, who was mainly anxious to plunder the treasury, and, under the circumstances, the provision of the constitution pre­ venting the election of president for more than one term, simply results in alternations between good government under Diaz and peculation and incapac­ ity under those who have preceded or followed him. New York is about to try an experi­ ment in the treatment of the insane—on the theory that healthy occupation is good for the diseased mind. The com­ missioners of charities and correction have bought a farm of over. 1,000 acres on Long Island, for the purchase of which $25,000 was previously appropri­ ated by the board of estimate. The tract is situated about thirty...

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. — 18 July 1884

THE JESTHETIC WEDDING. A Description of the Weddlny of Omu Wilde, the Apostle of JEstbetlos. From the London Qunon. Mr. Oscar Wilde, youngest son of the late Sir William K. W. Wilde, and Miss Constance Lloyd, daughter of the late Mr. Horatio Lloyd, Q. C., were mar­ ried by special license at St. James' Church. Paddington, on the afternoon of the 29th ult. A large congregation had assembled at th^ church by 2:30 o'clock the hour fixed for the marriage. The admittance was by ticket, the dan­ gerous illness of the bride's grandfath­ er necessitating a quiet wedding. The muster in the church was not distin­ guished by the presence of many special, artistic, or literary celebrities invitations to the brid's home, in Lan castergate, being strictly confined to near relations. Punctually at 2:30 o'clock Mr. Oscar Wilde was seen stand­ ing at the alter, a rose in his button­ hole, a touch of pink in his nectie. He was attended by Mr. William Wilde as best man Lidy Wilde.also stood near her s...

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. — 18 July 1884

THE JAMESTOWN ALERT. DAILY AND WEEKLY. ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY EVENING. BY MARSHALL MCCLCRE. Ttrac-Payable 1M MVMM. WEEKLY EDITION. ONI COPT, ou nt, OKI OOFT. six month*. fAMMTOWNLOOOK A ?. Jk A.M. $100 T5 FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1884 A iMdwconiuilctlion irst and third Weden'day iTinilg* of each month. All Masons in good standing are cordial) invited to attend. I O. O. P. ami! town Lodge, No. 31. a KwU every Thursday evening, at 7.30 o'clock All bretfcern In good standing cordially invited to visit as. A. STEINBACU, N. G. J. J.NEXBUNQ, R.S. L.LTON, V. G. iT. VITUS ENCAMPMENT, Ancient Order Knights of the Red Cross, meets in Masonic i|la. gir Knights from other Encampment* ••(dully Invited to visit us. fill LOCAL AFFAIRS Prom Friday's Daily. Willn & Carr treated their barn front with a new sign yesterday. Merehant Klein, of Ypsiianti, was in th» city yesterday for a load of merchan­ dize. Farmer Jud Ransom, of Eldridge, was ia the city yesterday on a tour of inspec­ tion. Some of our farmers...

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. — 25 July 1884

r- THE WEEKLY ALERT. J. C. WARNQCK, EDITOR. ORB ef the most sensibls resolve* of the farmers' convention at Meorhead wu that the farmers, mechanics, laborers and business men of the Northwest should exercise the rights and duties of Ameri­ can citizens by attending the caucuses of their respective political parties and se­ lect delegates to the conventions who would give them candidates for the vari­ ous offices that would look after the in­ terests of these industries. Thi9 is a much more sensible course than to clamor for anew party which will arouse antag­ onism and be so hopelessly in the minori­ ty as to be powerless. The caucuses are free to all who are identified with the parties holding them, and those who re­ main away from apathy or neglect and let the opportunity for the exercise of their influence pass unimproved have no cause for kicking against either the cau­ cus or the candidate. HE most disgraceful scene perhapB that ever occurred in the state of Iowa was that of th...

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. — 25 July 1884

Ifcc gtfcvt. BY UAK3HALL McCLURE. JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA. There is reason to believe that be­ fore long the days of Broadway New York as the most famous promenade in the world, are numbered. Hitherto any attempt to get a railroad track on that street has been defeated, but the Tribune asserts that now the requisite assent of enough property lias been ob­ tain ed and a road propelled by cable is likely to be in operation within a brief period. Tried by the test of increased real es­ tate valuations the growth of New York city in the last three years has been something remarkable. The assessed value of this class of property in 1881 was $976,735,199, and the increase in nine years had been $140,043,219. Ac­ cording to the assessment rolls recently completed, real estate values this year have advanced to $1,119,701,597, an in­ crease in only three years of $143,026, 398. A New York operator thinks he has discovered the secret of the enormous shrinkage of stocks. "The great secret of this ne...

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. — 25 July 1884

MY LXTTX.E WIN.. She isn't vory pretty, (So say hor lady friends) She's neither wise nor witty With verbal odds and ends., No fleeting freaks of fashion Across hor fancy ran She's never in a passion— Except a tender one.. Her voice is low and cooinni. She listens more than speaks -. While others talk of doing, The duty near she seeks. It may be bnt to burnish The sideboard's scanty plate, Or but with bread to furnish Tho beggar at the gate: So I, who see what graces She sheds on lowly life,. To fashion's fairest faces Trefer my little wife. And though at her with pity Tho city dames may smile,. Who deem hor hardly pretty And sadly out of style To mo she seems a creature-' So musically sweet, I would not change one feature One curve from crown to feet And if I could be never Her lover and'her mate, I think I'd be for ever The beggar at the gate. —Henry Austin. THE TIDAL TRAIL "From tho London World. There was a great rush for the tidal train that morning from Paris. It start­ ed at a...

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. — 25 July 1884

TELEGRAPHIC. Death of Admiral Emmou. PRINCETON, N. .1., July, 23.—Hear Ad­ miral Geo. F. Emmons, [retired, died to­ day, aged seventy-five. Saw Factory Burned. BEAVER FALLS, Pa., July 23.—Emer­ son, Smith & Co's saw nmnutactory burned. Loss $30,000.' A Oaae of Yellow Fever. NEW ORLEANS, July 23—A case of yel­ low fever reported the last five days re­ sulting in the death of a child three years old. ______ Lumber Burned. EAST SAGINAW, July 23—Fire to-day burned 300,000 feet of lumber belonging to various firms. Loss $28,000, fully in­ sured. Dry Goods Assignment. ST. LOUIS, Jnly 23.—The dry goods house of Wear, Boeraher & Co., assigned this morning to [Nathan Cole. Assets about $620,000. Liabilities unknown. Hay Sake Factory Burned. DAYTON, Ohio, July 23—Two fires to­ day destroyed John Dood's hay rake fac­ tory and several residences belonging to working men. Loss $75,000. Insurance small. Carter's Acceptance CHICAGO, July 23.—Mayor Harrison to­ day gave out his letter forma...

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. — 25 July 1884

T5. WALLACE, Pres. 8. A. A. ALLEN, H. T. BUSH, It. E. WALLACE, Connty Order* issued, paid Amonnt of County Orders outstanding...» .Road and Bridge Orders issued ^SJX D. C. BUCK'S WHOLESALE and REAIL 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. S. K. MCQINNIS, V. P. The First Nat'I Bank JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA. (TYo I F, II. M. WINSLOW, Wholesale and Retail Eealer in LUMBER, LATH AND SHINGLLS Sasli, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Building Paper, &t. Building Supplies Furnished to Contractors. STATEMBlirT •Of Cdonty and Road and Bridge Orders Issued, Paid and Outstanding eiuoe organization of County to .Inly 1st, 1884. paid Amount of Jtoad and Bridge Orders outstanding 32,871 08 $39,435 08 STATBMENT OP ACCOUNTS FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING .H'l.Y 1st, 18...

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. — 25 July 1884

IP. If you your lips Would koep from slips rive things observe with caro Of -\yhom you speak, To whom you speak, And how, aud whou, and where. If you your ears Would save from jeers, These things keep meekly hid Myself and I, Aud mino and my, And how I do or did. MLTS. BARKER'S HOOK Sidney Dayre in Arthur's Magazine. "No Wood!" Mrs. John Barker's ems wandered in dismay around the unpromising-looking wood-yard. Two or three green logs lay there, against one of which an ax leaned in a cleft formed by a stove length being Jialf chopped off. Her husband and his hired help, consisting of a man and boy, had just gone to their work on a distant part of the farm, and she knew she should see neither of them before dark. What should she do Half impatient­ ly she turned toward the house, with a thought of a pan of light dough waiting inside, she began to gather some of the chips which lay around, only to fling them down again. "It's no use. I can't bake bread with these. I know what I'll do." ...

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. — 25 July 1884

SALXOH-nSHOrO. Ik Sport daaozlbvd by MI Bnthnaiaat. New York Sun: "I'd rather catch one twenty-five pound salmon than a wagon-load of any other Ash that swims. What do you think of having to chase a fish two miles and more after you've got your hook in it, and after you catch •up with it like a Grseco-Roman wrest­ ler for an hour, maybe, before it'll throw up the sponge? Well, I had to do that last season with a salmon, and he wasn't an extra large one, either. He only weighed twenty-three pounds. The salmon rivers are all streams, with swift currents, whirling rapids, and high falls. You won't find this king of fish in any other kind of water. It don't make any difference how like a railroad-train the water may run, or how steep the falls are, the sal­ mon goes up-stream just as easy as he does down. A salmon will go up an al most perpendicular fall as slick as you could slide dowu a greased telegraph pole. If you ever have a chance to stand by the Falls of Lorette, for in­ stance,...

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. — 25 July 1884

''i^ k£l f. I: W 3 S i^-r-v .r r' & JT£ fc Mr.* 'i .. i, 'll MM.,, THE JAMESTOWN ALERT. DAILY AN WEEKLY. 198U El) EVERY FRIDAY EVENING. Bv MARSHALL MCCLCHK. Terase:--Payable Ad WEEKLY EDITION. OMR COPY, on jrur, OSI OOFYtilx moBtki, JAMESTOWN ViWK Jt A-M. I |100 75 6 Regular comma cication trstand third Wedensday ITiBUgi of each month. All Masons in Rood •landing ate cordially invited to attend. O. O. F. Jamestown Lodge, No. 3!. Mwli every Thursday evening, at 7.30 o'clock AH brethern in good standing cordially invited to rial! vs. A. STEIKBACH, N. O. J. J. N»RLIM«. R.S. L. LTOK, Y. G. £JT. VITUS ENCAMPMENT, Ancient Order J5 Knights of the Red Cross, meets in Masonic Sir Knights from other Encampments HitUl invited to visit us. LOCAL AFFAIRS Vrom Friday's Daily. Revenue Collector West, of Fargo was In the city yesterday. Another train load of excursionists pawed westward yesterday. Wellington Downing, inspector of in­ surance agencies, was in the city yester­ day. Jeweler Fields...

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. — 1 August 1884

4 VOL. VI-NO. 7 THE WEEKLY ALERT. J. O. WARNOCK, EDITOR. IF the Fargo Republican correctly re reports Rev. K. A. Beard, the Congre­ gational minister at that place, in its ab­ stract of his sermon in answer to Col. In gersoll, the reverend gentleman made a most signal failure. A large portion of the discourse seems to have been devoted to Ingersoll's personal record as to moral character, criticising Ins professional re­ cord as a lawyer and following him through drunken debauches alleged of him by Clarke Braden. If this is what he reverend gentleman considers a de­ fense of Christianity it were as well, per­ haps better, that Christianity go undefend­ ed. It is. no defense to Christianity nor against the attacks of Inger»oll to show that Ingersoll was not or is not a chris­ tian. He not only does not pretend to be tint boasts that he is not a christian of the orthodox school. One cannot discover from the abstract of the answer made to Ingersoll's lecture at that place a short time ...

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. — 1 August 1884

iP' ti SiSSi: if /1 £ke jMevt. BY LIAR3HALL McCLUKE. JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA, The great Fair in New Orleans, which opens in December, is begiuing to attract the attentionn of thousands who wish to enjoy a relaxation of a few weeks or months from the, rigors of a Northern winter and at the same time, witness one of the greatest exhibitions of modern times in one of the most cosmopolitan cities -of the globe. France has made no progress in popu­ lation since 18G0. Its numbers are smaller now than they were 15 years ago, while the load of taxation has al­ most doubled—in mere debt chai*ges it has more than doubled, while imports have argumented and exports decreased. It is alike facts that have caused great dissatisfaction among the people and the apprehensions of violent changes at no distant period. The people all over Europe are set­ tling down to the conviction that they are to have a visitation of cholera which will permit no place to escape, and are putting their houses in order for 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. — 1 August 1884

nhlfu $ 4 }. A MISDEA'S EXECUirOl A Soldier's Bemarkable Crime and it* pUtloa-lMoukatito Coolness of. tm Prisoner. Correspondence of the Commercial Advertiser. It is not often that capital punish­ ment is inflicted in Italy and if any man ever deserved the benefit of exten­ uating circumstances, Misdea did'.. But lie was a soldier, and military laws are more severe than civil laws* Misdea's history and crime were worthy of scien­ tific study, however, and more good to society might have been gained by keeping him under observation than by shooting him in the back. Misdea was a young Calabrese, and was serving his soldier years when he committed the crime for which his lite has been taken. He was so particular­ ly mild and gentle in his speech and manners that his fellow soldiers looked upon him almost as an imbecile and frequently lattghed at him accord­ ingly, without, however, ever causing a frown to furrow his brow, or even a mo­ mentary flash of anger to light in his eyes. He ha...

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