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Jamestown alert. [volume] (Jamestown, Stutsman County, D.T. [N.D.]) 1878-1882, April 27, 1880, Image 3

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PLEASE CALL ON, OR ADDRESS,
features of Power, Durability, I
Power QatfltH.and Steam*
six to twelve hone power also tW* SOT
Thirty-Two Year* of P«M
of name, location, or management
puarantee for superior goods and
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OUItTlN' J.R.
I N & W I N S O W
At Wholesale and Retail
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GROCERIES. PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING. HAT3AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES, NOTIONS, &c.
O E a E E
FLOUR, GROUND FEED, OATS, SEED GRAIN.
Fa.rx3a.iz1.gr !lv£a.c2a.i:n.er3r,
FURST & BRADLEY PLOWS, (Gang, Sulky and Walking.)
FISH BRO S WAGONS, MONITOR SEEDERS, REAPERS,
HARVESTERS, MOWERS, HARROWS, BORSE RAKES,
i*-.T3" MBEB,
SHINGLES,
DOORS
AND
BLINDS. AND BUILDING PAPER.
CORNER MAIN AND FIFTH STREETS,
JAMESTOWN /, DAKOTA TER'Y
We also make Contracts for Buildings and for Breaking
G-exs.exa,l la,xa.d. -^grera-c^r,
JAMESTOWN, Stutsman County, DAKOTA,
GEORGE W VENNUM, MANAGER
The Onlv Aaency dealing Exclusively in Stutsman County Lands
Locating and improving .ands attended to with care, ana satisfaction guaranteed
ABSTRA CT OF TITLES, and all other Infornvitinn n»e*is%ry, FURNISHED to SET
TIERS on APPLICATION.
The ONLY Agency on the line of the N. P. R. R. that has NOTES of LAND from
personal examination, and thus saves miles of travel selecting the land desired.
ALL WHO ABE LOOKING FOR NEW HOMES IN THE WEST
Will do well to Call on the manager at Jamestown.
Afv examinations of the country having resided on the Line for the last eleven years,
gives better Knowledge than aiiy other, and for those who wish large
tracts of WHEAT LANDS, can obtain by making application
Good Reference furnished when Necessary.
G-eoxgr© "Vs7\ 'Vem.rxvLaML
STUTSMAN COUNTY DAKOTA
S A E I
DEALER IN
JAMESTOWN DAKOTA
Keep on hand a fresh and complete stoclc of all kiuds of Groceries, which be sells a
bottom figures for cash.
Those desiring to purchase good goods at a low figure, will do well to call.
TEAS! TEAS!! TEAS!!! TEAS!!!! TEAS!!!!! TEAS!!!!!! TEAS!!!!!!!
Coffees, Tobaccos, and Can Goods a specialty.
3D 3E8 TT- G-OODS
AND
X3ea.5.3r saa.a.d.e Clotla.irj.g'.
A FULL LINE OF
Bioti Shoes,. Glassware, Crockery and Mtnre.
NICHOLS,SHEPARD
& CO.
WINSLOW
.feft
r'our Distinct Heada.)
SASH,
ORIGINAL AND ONLY CINUINE
"VIBRATOR"
Threshing Machinery and Portable
and Traction Engines.
fect Cleimin*,
BE NOT DECEIVED
by such experiments! ani worthless machinery. If yea bar
-at all. (ret tbe "Oifgbml'aad the "Ocamine" from as.
CyFor full pwrOeslsn call oar dealers, or write
to us (or Illustrated Cbeolaca. which we mail free. Addrsse
H1CH0LS, SHSPABD 4 00^ Battle Creek, Mich.
THE LAND JOURNAL i./
is published nt Jamestown, and devoted
inclusively to the growth and development
the New Northwest. It is the only
'paper of its kind published on the line
of the Northern Pacific railroad and the
largest and best nuywliere. Parties who
re in se^ryh of information regarding this,
region^ w,Uh a view to emnugration, can
{receive the xaper free, by addressing as
'above. an 5 lOOOytf
UlCOMPARABjUC in Quality of MateriaLPter/fefion
of rutL rAorouyifc Work-nruxighip,
Beauty
of Ho"
«W3f-,
timvle,
wooderfkU raeeesa and popularity or
oar VrauioB Kaoblntry
kaa
irirca other
maolilses to LU wall bene* varioas makers are BOW attempt
las to boild and palia eff latelor end awafnl «—"-'i—- of
our baoas cooda.
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of mtlteaw (krvugho«
MATCHLRapid
Elegant
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KSS for Grain&Tin«, TlmfrSaviac, Per­
and Thorovn hWork.
Finiah, and
txullf ivperlor
LOUS for
all kinds
work fa
JisriwwaltokBojB as the anly niceewfal
ronsasr tat Urns, TSmochr.CIow. sad all other Seeda.
mine lew than half the osaal Rean and belta.
STfcAW*BURNINO STEAM-ENGINES, with special
Be*aty entirely tmlmown in other makes. 8team
a nwelalty. Fnr size* of Separator!, fnm
red Moonted Hone Pawenu ,,
amTGontlnuOtlS BiMlnMS thia honae,
withost chasga
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T. W. FIELDS.
Watch Repairer aiifi Jeveler.
JAMBSTVWJ, MT.
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C. J. WSXR,
(AGENT FOR J. R. McLAUGHUN
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Wholesale and Retail dealer in
FARM MACHINERY.
Plows,
SEEDERS AND MOWERS.
COMBINED REAPERS AND MOWERS.
Harvesters
A N
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I SELL THE
J^LoGoxmlo^:
Harvesting Machinery.
which have the enviable reputation of being
The Best constructed,
MOST DURABLE,
Lightest of Draft,
and best adapted to the
Wants of the Country
GENERALLY.
ALSO
T. X. Case ds Co's.
Threshing Machinery,
PORTABLE AND TRACTION ENGINES.
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FOR SALE,
Lime, Cement, Calcime, Plaster of Paris
Plastering hair and Salt, in carload
lots, or by the barrel.
Jamestown, March 5th, 'SO.
J. A. OLDS, Agt,
mch 9tf for C. H. Graves & Co.
Everybody to know that the best asd
cheapest place to buy Farm Machinery
is at Curtin & Winslow's. Tliey buy
direct from Manufacturers in car load lots
A car load of Monitor Seeders just received
Purchase early and be ready for Spring
work.
Boss Carpenter and Builder.
JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA TER'Y.
All kinds of Balldtas done.
W« /urnisk alt kind* of building maUrial and
erect Buildimgu, DieMing*. Stort Building» Ae
for partita living of dittane*. Addrttt a
above. SATISFACTORY refertmoet furutted
DO WIBrt»ftollT»WL
C?yfc!5 S«TS
1MB. Van «a aay
MOM AM IF.
aWtattoa. Ooatalna
ttlae repaired to#
with over 1JMW JMistmaw*. W« Ml all
*oodaMwMMt|t»f1e« la MWUtlM t* stale
Rie pnrrhaiaK ftsajly laaaiwlM In America
who make thla thiHrwerlel Weelneae.
MONTpoSiaitirwAan a co,
SS7 »tlV Walsih Am., Chli
Jamestown, January 2t( 1880,
LEARNED BRO'S.
9MXXRAL MALMRSJX
iron,
Steel,
Nails,
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Paints,
OiU,
GLASS,
&c.,
iqq©_
DRTT GOODS and GROCERIES
I am still giring bugaiu ia DRY GOODS and GROCERIES. I hare a fio»
line in stock of the following goods:
goods, Ladies' and gents' Fur­
nishing goods,White,
Colored. axicL TeaxLs' ottoia.s,d.e
"tolanJsets, overalls,
3ST_ojtion.s, Hats, Caps,
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BOOTS SHOES,
A complete line of Groceries, and Provisions, Canned Fruits, Nuts, Candies
Choice coffees, aad Fine Teas at Bottom Prices.
Also a small line of Hardware which will be sold cheap.
iT tr©-u."[email protected] Sla.o-w- Goods
am also agant tor the following machinery: The
Celebrated Casady Sulky Plow-
The most perfect and complete Sulky Plow ever made, and the lightest
draught plow in the market.
The Workman Seeder
which stand without a rival.
Ac.,
EX-S-A-T
MANUFACTURER'S PRICES!
Builders' Material a specialty.
3?axties
contemplating Building will do well to
give us a call and examine our
GOODS!
GET PRICES BEFORE PURC AS
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Car. 4th
St.,
{*i
Shirting, Prints, 71an
Ladies Dress
Agricultural Works machinery. Buford Plows Harrow
and Horse Rakesof the latest pattern.
Samples of these goods will be on exhibition in Jamestown SOON. Those1
buying machinery will save money by holding their orders until they examine
my STOCK. Call at my store and get descriptive cireulars. Prices as low
as the lowest.
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Nortta Pacific Railroad
"CUSTER ROUTE"
TO THE
Bla,c3s: Sills.
TBROVaS EXPRESS TKAXKS
FBOIC
ST. PAUL to BISMARCK
Making clou eonntction* at ST. PA TJL with mov­
ing trainefrom CHICAGO and all jxiiit* touih.
1879. Winter Ari augemeni.
DAKOTA DIVISION.
WEST. STATIONS. KAST.
Leave 8.30 a.m.
Arrive 1.45 p.m.
7.1S p.m.
Fargo,
JAMUTOWX,
Biamarclc,
Meal*.
and 5th Avenue,
jamromr
STUTSMAN. eOOVNTT DAKOTA TMR'Y
AT THE POST OFFICE.
Horatio W. Keliey, .Proprietor-
Books, Stationery, Chicago Duly Papers
Harper Weekly, and other periodicals
furnished at regular rates.
A full line of
lfats.
Albums. Toys, Wotlone, &c.
Novels by our Leading authors.
Also a good stock of School Books for sale.
Don't Forjet To Call.
Arrive 5.5Q p.m.
LeavelS.2S p.ra
7.00 a.m
BRAINERD & ST. PAUL DIVISION.
SOOTH. STATIONS. NORTH.
Leave lit. 40p.m. BRAINEBD, Arrive 1.20 p.m.
1.30 a.m. 12.50 a.a
».10 p.m. Sauk Rapids, 12.5 a.m
IO.I p.NT
Arrive 6.40 p.m. Saint Pan), Leave T.O a.xa
'7.55a.ta.fc 6.2 .m
BRAINERD & DULUTH DIVISION,
KAST. STATIONS. WEST.
Leave 1.15p.ra.| BRAINERD, Arrive 1.400 a.m.
7.10 p.m. Island Lake, Leave 6.80 a m.
13.15 p.m. N.P.Junction, 4.0n a.m.
Arrive 12.80 p.m. Dulnth. 8.68 p.s..
BRAINERD & FARGO DIVISION.
WBST. STATIONS. HAST.
Leave 3.15 pm. .fBRAINBRD, Arrive 12.00 m.
12.40 a.m. 2.35 a.m
4.20 p.m. Wadena, Leave 10.0# a.»
.8.00 a.m. 12.87 a.m
7.55 p.m. Glyndon, (.25 a.m
7.10 a.m. ».
55
Arrive 8.25p.m. Fargo, (i.AO a.m
7.40 a.m. 7.25 pm
Connects at St. Paul and Minneapolis with train*
Bait and South at St. Cloud with trains for Melroa
and the Sauk Valley, at Brainerd trains make ties*
connections to and from Duluth and to and from the
West an South,
Coat ectlon with St. Paul trains at N. r. Junction
Pat 4 Pacific Railroad trains at 61yado« f©
Fisher's Landing, Fort Gary and th British Posses
slons at Bismarck with stages for Standing Kock
Frt Rice, Berthold, Fort Keough. and ether aeiat
in eMcntana also with N. W. Stage and Express Ce'
line to Deadwood City and all points in th* £laek
Hills.
H. E. SARGENT,
G. G. SANBORN, Gen'l Manager. St. Paal
GenH Fr't & Ticket Ag't.. H. A.
St. Paul. S uperinteirdent.Bni in
6000000 ACRES
Of Minnesota and Dakota lands for sale by th*
Land depaitinert. Reduced rates of fare ard
freight to sctnal settlers.
Full information given upon application to J.B
Power, Gen'l Agt. 45 Jackson st. St. raul er
Brainerd Minnesota.
and how to Obtain them. Pam^klei
fret •'•on reeei^t ofstamo for sosi
age. Address—
•xxAcoxs, iskxTs at co.r v.:
Near Patent oMce, Washington, t\
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