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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Jamestown weekly alert. — 6 November 1884

H?» *j|: '*f I 1 1 t. ft!!' '."I 1" tt' I it m. I ••%. 1-53 1 39* I1 jb ?s Jf 3&tii teS! |r$C I''jl" V: SY U&RSHALL McCLURE. JAML_TO\VN, DAKOTA It is nearing the time for the sons of the Prince of Wales to ask the English Parliament to furnish them twenty or twenty-five thousand dollars a year in order to Keep up the style becoming the ions of the future King, and probably for the purpose of showing that august body that they are neither witless nor helpless will shortly publish a book describing their experiences while ca­ dets upon the ship Bacchante. These two boys give evidence of more energy and pluck than have the sons of Queen Victoria, all of whom seem to find most pleasure in exhibiting them­ selves to their sycophantic subjects. An illustration of the English method of making statesmen is found in the ci reer of Lord Dufferin, recently ap­ pointed viceroy of India. Dufferin has spent about a quarter of a cen­ tury in the foreign service, and has been sent upon dipl...

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. — 6 November 1884

I FARM, Fi£LI AND FIRESIDE. Farming Pangtaplu. A British spotsman repels flies from horses by lightly sponging the neck and haunches with kerosene. During the first three miles of a recent journey the pests distressed and tensed his thin skinned, spirited steed almost beyond endurance, but after the application of oil, and during the remaining eleven miles of the trip, though still pursued by thousands of the winged bores, not one ventured to alight and present his Ml. The Kansas Cowboy says that a gen­ tleman remarked to the editor that the recent rains would bo the ruin of many a granger. Why? "Because," said he, "this is not a country for the plow, but lor stock and this is an exceptional year, such as lias not been known since the settlement by the most adventurous ranchmen and the grangers will regard it as conclusive evidence that every year will produce crops, and will ex­ pend their last dollar trying, only to bring ruin upon them and their fami­ lies. A. B. Allen states tha...

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. — 6 November 1884

I -x 1»i1 ,*k l!—u -V •!.' il ii THE WEEKLY ALERT. MARSHALL MCCLUKE, PROP. ISSUED EVERY TU8SDAY. Termj»:--I*ayable In Advance. WEEKLY EDITION. ONE COPY, out) year, ONE COPY. *ix mouths, S«00 100 LOCAL AFFAIRS Miss Annie Geschke of the Grand Gun tral dining loom WHS the lucky girl at tlie Catholic fair, having drawn the gold watch. Prof. Culver yesterday received from Bis father al the Cceuer 'de Aleue mines nugget of {.old which is a nicc specimen. An epidemic of malarial fevei is re­ ported in ai.d about feykeston, in so much that it is said very little wheat is coming into market on account of sickness. MARRIED—At the rtsidenc of her bro­ ther on 1 Wade's firm near this city Nov. t.j Rev. N. Griffith, Miss Hattie A. Gilltillan and Mr. Frank Koberson. The amount of travel on the various train* and number of strangers stopping in our city still hold out without any ap­ parent decrease. The hotels are all full. The weather which has been some what wimeris-h in appearance for severa. ...

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. — 13 November 1884

0 8 it y e­ nt W or 01 ou r- g£ for ok he P of v m- rt t his ise. tbe en nds ing is cu en, ted nts ew ved her tod jur und oke I'he de our oro itlai hicb otes eed test that the teer, the hite ar- He of a land iddlc cox ur- ding of re is yas hieh voral -J-——^ i\\ )\*1 kj,fh-uf&^mlr*> yjJiF J'" MARSHALL MCCLURE PROPR. J. C. WAUNOCK ... EDITOII. WHAT OF THE POLITICAL FUTURE! THE republican papers down in titc slates are generally very bitter against the prohibitionists for giving their votes to St. John for president and thereby drawing olT from Blaine, and if the pres­ ent. temper holds out they will for some­ time to come lose no opportunity to shy a brick ui the uead of the cold water can­ didate whenever and wherever he. comes up for political office. How far the pre sumption is justified that the prohibi­ tion int.s would have voted for Blaine in the absence of a caudidate of their own is an opMi question, but it is not probably assuming too much to say that a liberal majori...

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. — 13 November 1884

1 "M .1 ,\lA l! "T ikf 5 *&• ths autumn poet. poe Whose final word is sober. The dullest reader may tliviua H« sings about October. Oil, wherefore will he never fiud A new rhyme for October? VViiA" won't lie call the chilly wind lire sycamore's diarobor? WUv won't he call each miuirrel gray T?K! chestnut'* uimblo probor, Whoa'or he siags his simple lay Of russot-shod October? He o'n might call the lily dead T'.io bumblebee's engiober. When singing of tho gold and red That glorifies October. Before I'd use that hackneyed rhyme Td sing about crowbar. Ami just for oueo be unsublime, And call the month October. HER DIAMONDS. "You know, dear, we are not the least bit in love with each other," Lucy Bas­ sett said, reaohing up to pull my whis­ kers, and laying a coaxing cheek against my shoulder. It would be very foolish for you and me to fall in leve with each other, and we just won't—there!" Lucy was a whole garden of roses— dew, color, fragrance and all. When she looked at you, you ...

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. — 13 November 1884

Chinese Proverbs. From "The Peoples of the World." A few of the Chinese proverbs may show the character of the people and their way of thinking better than any mere description: "A wise man adapts himself to circumstances as water shapes itself to the vessel that contains it "Misfortunes issue out where is as in at he error of one moment becomes the sor­ row of a whole life-time "Disease maybe cured, but not destiny "A vacant mind is open to all suggestions, as the holllow mountain returijg all Bounds:" "He who pursues the stag regards not hares "If the roots be left the grass will grow again" (this is the reason given for exterminating a traitor's family) "The gem cannot be polished without friction, nor the man perfected without trials "A wise man forgets old grudges "Riches come better after poverty than poverty after riches "A bird can roost on but one branch "A horse can drink no more than its fill from the river" (Enough is as good as a feast) "When the port is dry, the fishes...

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. — 13 November 1884

I 5 'I! mm. CITY oil the snow completely. Now the editor looks over Hie files of his paper just before the election uud wonders what crank made such election estimates. There has been much less than the ave­ rage amount of slecpingdonc town the past week. Not so much because of elec­ tion news as for the want of it. I'jldridgu is the banner precinct lcr "Setting there" at an election, nuch ot which is due to Harry Cornwall's rust­ ling. Then is a large amount of wheat com­ ing into market now.'' The roads are in excellent condition and a team can draw all the wagon will near. An elegant hard wood counter has been put 111 the banking room of the new Klaus lilock. Tho entire arrangement, ol the room is excellent and the furnishing will bo beautiful. Drake & lialdwia will soo 1 still continue thcii im south Fifth ave- present drug store nue. The farmers are amount of lumber taking out a large now for granaries, barns and houses wlii 2I1 shows that sub­ stantial improvements are in ...

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. — 13 November 1884

tigra l) lit i.••'• .. 1 1 as \s '$8#fc •M With of a lest of draft between ur»vn.«» 10 Uilw.'ULFC, Shingles, Telephone I'onnectiop. RATS! RATS! RATS! Who Said Rats? Ice Water Given Away With every sale of $10.00, at the STAR CLOTHING HOUSE. every purchase of $10.00 worth of goods at our store we will allow any person, poor or rich, large or selall, old or young, a dis­ count of 10 per cent., and will guarantee not to add an extra 15 per cent, for the Ice Water. Nor will we add an extra 15 per cent, to enable us to give presenis to one and blanks to another. OUR GOODS ARE ALL MARKED OUT IN PLAIN FIGURES. Remember the discount of 10 per cent., and look and look through our large and elegant stock of CLOTHING, HAT & SCAPS, Soots dz Sixoes, AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. M. Eppinger. W" 1 "V I I .1 I .Ml 7 I Y.l Farmers Attention! J. W- GOODRICH Is always to the front with the latest improved Farm Machinery AXTD AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. Farmers are requested to caJl at this well known...

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. — 13 November 1884

I f? ti 'Is"?#-:-' 85* & BY _i£±t3HALL Mc.'UTRE. JAML^OWN, DAKOTA Wheat is lower: in England' on the average thus far of 1884 than it has been before in 104 years. The present low prices will be changed by less pro­ duction, especially in England. The term "outside speculations" still continues to figure in the news, as the explanation of a large number of busi­ ness failures. A collapse by a house that has closely adhered to its legiti­ mate trade or business is the exception. The indications are that the oonserv itives and Ultramontanes combined will lave a majority in the German Reich­ stag, and therefore that Bismarck has a new leese of the privelege to do what he pleases. The liberals have lost twenty-five seats, as was to have been expected from the fact that of late years they have thought it their great mission to destroy each other. Since the riots in Cincinnati, caused by lax administration of justice, one murderer lias been executed, and al­ though a half dozen others...

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. — 13 November 1884

,» as rti is a ^n-t\ odp tifi of ons, ore of IUS, ooth a bit it vire. pos per- I nf 71 iess, ural lity ther rtial ost ural a out a an, riK mer, he wer, iee* k, t' nce has um ess, hey eal An tliat ir al the od. ead nn a\\ all ent ar as rd 00 the ies, the mr, ary ox or- the ar, al ied th ied re of ut la th n, oif ld s- n d. a is tz ng to 111 ful is to li­ St a­ in ze k- r. li r, Ie Yie BOME CiaOLK AMI FAKE Tarm Votes. I ucll thcJ eth. ces, the ain ns. lar *orv ble tly kes our era he nd. ets es top as re me ied ra- ["New milk weighs," saya the Boston [nierican Cultivator, "8 pounds 8 ounces gallon ne skimmed milk, 8 pounds 9 «mces cream, 8 pounds 4 ounces but Biinilk. 8 pounds 8£ minces, and wat 8 pounds 5 ounces. Those who be ieve in testing milk by the lactometer, fr any specific-gravity test, will ob Lrve that 3 gallons of skimmed milk id 1 gallon of water will have the snecitic gravity as a gallon of ailk." •flTien it is decided to fatten a farrow *,oWj tiio sooner milking is disco...

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. — 13 November 1884

THE WEEKLY ALERT. MAHSHALL MCCLUKK. I'liOJL'. ISSUED EVERY THUBSDAY. Term*:--Payable iu Adviuiee. WEEKLY EDITION. ONE COPY, one year, #*00 ONE COPY, six mouths, "H1 LOCAL AFFAIRS Council Proceedings Regular meeting of the city council .Monday evening, Xov. o, 1SS4. Present, Mayor Lloyd, Aldermen Carr, Collins, Kelleher, McMcGinnis, Miller, Spangcnberg and Vennuni. Minutes of last meeting read and ap­ proved. Thos. Driscoll and L). 0. Eliibart. pre sented applications and bonds for liquor licenses until Occ. 31st, 1SS4. Oa motion of Mr. Carr the bonds were accepted and clerk instructed to issue li­ censes. Petition received Jrom Sarlesancl Durs tine asking lor a crosswalk to lie in­ structed, which, on motion of Air. Carr, wa9 referred to committee on streets and bridges. Petition of B. M. Hicks, Fred. G. Toji liff and ten others asking for a crossw IIK, referred to commMtcc on streets and bridges. The finance and streets and bridge com­ mittees made report in favor of paying account...

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. — 20 November 1884

'A*i. 1 VOT.. VI.—NO. 23. THE WEEKLY ALERT. MAltfHALL McCLUKE •I. C. WAUNOCK rhe PtiOPlt. EDITOR. UREAT IS HIS DEFEAT. The news comes from James G. Blaine '.-hut lie takes Lis defeat philosophically and bows to the expressed will of the pe.» plee with the grace ami dignity that be­ comes an American citizen, of which he has always been regar cd a true type. No one can deny but that Mr. Blaine, whether as a private citizen, as a legiala tor or as a cabinet officer has always been intensely Ameiican in bis ideas and in his work. It might have been to his per­ sonal advantage had he been less so, but it was not in his nature or education to be a halt way man in anvtliing. He has been valiant and uncompromising au vocate of a strong government, and on that ui'ooutit he has otten been antago­ nized iy members of his own party and made the target of the heavy guns of his opponents. He is bold and impetuous, and while in congress upon the return of the reconstructed rebels he was always re...

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. — 20 November 1884

iaiw-? ~i. -L it -:?V: .»• I Ife.e &Uvt. BY MAI13HALL McCLUEE. JAMEiTOWN, DAKOTA. Tlxe New York Sun says it revolution is now in progress in the nail tiado. which, although it is working ,IO\VIY. Avill entirely do away with the old iron nails, replacing them with steel. It is one of the outgrowths of the Bessemoi process for converting iron into steel. The lesson ot this close election re­ news the -warning given eight years ago of the imperfection jf the electoral count laws, and the necessity of having them amended in an unpartisan spirit and with thorough legal clearness, it is discreditable that the time has been allowed to elapse without this work be­ ing done by congress. Mr. William M. Singerly, who has experimented for the last four years on his farms at Gwynedd, Pa., in preserv­ ing green fodder in silos, has a silo capacity of 1,200 tons. He says that by the operation of this method he is enabled to easily keep one cow on the produce of one acre of ground. He fills his...

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. — 20 November 1884

THOUGHT Of THE HOUK. THE WEST. This is no fablo-latul whoro dreams Are wand-transformed into tlio reai No idlor's l'uradiso whoro hopes Fall, realized, from fortune whool No sluggard's kingdom, blindly rnlod, Whore Chance sits 011 a golden throne, And throws his doubtful favors out To gild the lives of fools alone. It holds itself in higher crac.it, It koops the cloaner, stronger conrso And takes from elianoo what chance will give But draws its weekly wage from force. Come, brawn, and brain, a«d earnestsoul— The patient manhood that can wait, And hold it9 truth through bittor days AVill not knock vainly at the gate. ~0. H. Itothacker, at the opening of the Den­ ver Exposition. THE rilOFmOR. BY S. D. Written for the Courier-Journal. "Miss O'Brien will read the next stanza!" said Prof. Ingram, in cold, dignified tones, as he looked up from the* battle-scared copy of Horace that lay on his desk, and fastened his dark eyes on Elise. "Excuse me, Professor, but I know the translation 1 ma...

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. — 20 November 1884

'«iL Tl- %i fl SWI \*& .• Ml 1.: THE WEEKLY ALERT. MAKSIIALI. MCCLUUK, Fi:or. ISSUED EVERY THUBSDAY. Term*:--Payable in Advance. WPKRT.Y EDITION. ONKCOPY, ou« year, 0.1£ COJrY.oii uiuuius. offices. fr 00 llA) LOCAL AFFAIRS SliertlT AU Reclame Las planted two trees in lront of the court house which he has nspectivelv named Graver Clevtland and Thomas A. Hendricks. They are the first plants of dtinocracy in Dakota soil since the election. A telegraph operater was arrested on the train at this place Friday night on charge of forging a pass and is now in the countv jail awaiting the arrival of the errfeuce upon which the charge is ba^ed. The postoffice at New liockford was robbed Friday evening while the post­ master wus at supper, $27 being taken from the money drawer and $30 from a tiunk in the room, the latter being money waged on the fclection but not yet paid over. As the robbery was perpetrated against the government the offenders will hardly escape as the federal detectives w...

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. — 20 November 1884

K. P. WELLS, ALFKED DICKEY, President. Vice PrestJ JAMES RIVER JAMES I OWN, DAKOTA. PAID UP CAPITAL $75,000 A General Banking and Exchange Business Done. Collections Made, Money Loaned. Taxes Paid. School and County Orders ^nrcliand «t highest market pri-« K. J.. BLOSSOM. Cashier MRECTOttft. K. WELLS, 11. Mui HKHGRII, ALFRED DICKKY, WM. C. WHITE, ANTON KLACB, GEO. K. COIT IFK, K. .1. BLOSSOM Telephone cnnnortlon SIXTH ANNUAL BALL AND REUNION -OK- Fargo Lodge, No. 85. Brotlierbood -LocometiTe Firemsn -AT- Thanksgiving Night 1884. Railroad Ticket# »o Vargo and return at one half regular rates. Tickets to Ball 81. Supper at Headquarters hote —I EVERYBODY GOES TO I JOHN YOUNG & CO. FO* Choice Fresh Meats NV*t door to Proctor's old stand., NORTH SIDE. CAR LOAD Young Cows IFOR SALE. Will be SOLI) For Cstsla- or on TIME willi flood Security. ADDRESS HENRY YESSEY AT ELDRIDUE, Or call in person. W. E. DODGE, Attorney & Couosetor at Law. mOMEY FOR THE CITY at JAMESTOWa. TRIAL OF CAUSE...

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. — 20 November 1884

S:'r ^vi 1 Vvf?:?:-,vr^Ij^rfSK-? 8 $ li: ifid. |¥. lii&r "s "Waifci A HOLIDAY mm\[Y. Mr. Joseph Battledore and Mr. Sam­ uel Newell were old friends and cronies and, what was really wonderful, their respective wives had rather cemented the iutinuicv by becoming violently at­ tached to 0110 another. The conso quenee was that the two families lived on the closest terms of friendship and good will, and not uufroquent-ly went to the same holiday resort for their summer vacation. This year they took adjoining houses at Eastbourne, and, according- to custom, Mr. Battledore and Mr. Newell remained in town on tho plea of business, running down to the seaside from Saturday to Monday, and occasionally staying for a few days at a time. The fact was that these old gentlemen made business an excuse for a little mild dissipation in tho absence of their excellent helpmates. The ladies naturally viewed the arrange­ ment with some uneasiness, and each had an uncomfortable suspicion that the other...

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. — 20 November 1884

South of hjH overej ith his the raved gods iukee" :'Sain. laugh, re­ ft more onfine i'views trvst Utiful ngled the gi'een i1 that Ktol- i's did were ton's ter all her with pool. the ivens cool es and poor- Dur uii- ab man- her an lables with ted it pplv randy po­ lie nt to but moot and hour, 1 rap out she foe her taken I loft iy he and ough in an the had r, he oung and, the ,J, ce of grim She hand bling ather arse foi by she face, sur oke she the went and eace oved look und tone ead- ever un far took II ^s. took aoed sun fled, lish. and fc as ipe. aid -r it,. mv vou pin lit- A ork rti-« can od. ead ths oad of for ard 1 rc ar, his q 1M? I Of Ituls so ed: onr al id I alf nd th on* r« t'fi on en- l«l all lll" ail til oil :s, cal »t- oJ VERY RICH MISS ST. PIERRE. What a Woman is Doing to Develop the Hidden Wealth of the South. from tlie Chattanooga Democrat. Miss Maud St. Pierre, tlio lady who has become somewhat prominent in this vicinity from the fai:t that she is •dealing extensively...

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. — 20 November 1884

[From the Sunday Morning Alert. The Pulpit HIKI the Lyceum. llev. X. Punning, pastor of the Pres­ byterian church, delivered most excel lent discourse last Sunday night on the influences of prosperity upon the notions of men. He discarded the idea which largely prevails that prosperity iu worldly pursuits is an evil to be guarded against, Admitting that prosperity increases a per san's relations aud associations and rela­ tively his temptations it did not necessa­ rily nor logically follow that the perver aton of the power thus attained was the fiultof the power itself. I lit: -spring showers inyigorated and brought into luxuriant growth tue weeds but we do not hurl against the clouds that bring upon us the blessirg of rain our powers of re­ sistance and thunderbolts of denuncia­ tion, but agiiust the weeds. Neither should we resist the Messing of prosperi­ ty sad look upon it as a thing to be guard­ ed against because evil may be developed by it. Prosperity does not put evil into 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. — 27 November 1884

MARSHALL McCLUHE J. C. WAKSOCK Pkoph. Editou. THE ITEBEL FLAW DEMOCRATS. Weil ^authenticated reports conic up from the "solid south" of display of rebel Hags and dicers for Jeff Davis being a somewhat conspicuous feature of some of Hid ratification demonstrations over the election of Cleveland ami Hendricks. Such things are always possible in a coun­ try where there is no law against people making fools of themselves. It shows more lg lorance and lack of appreciation of the circumstances than anything else. It is possible tha there arc some people down in the sunny south who are so »n lirogressive that they think the election of :i democratic president mean9 a return to James Duchanan and JefC Davis dem­ ocracy means the re-onslavement of the negroes and a new hope for the "lost clause." for a quarter of a century they have been living in blissful ignorance of the progress of public sentiment. Suih persons are objects of pity more than of censure, and their rebel flag demonstra­ tio...

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