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LATII, DOORS AXD CURTIN & WINSLOW At Who! sale and Retail (Undui ur Distinct Heads.) GENERAL 20SRCHAITDXSE GROCERIES. PROVISIONS. HARDWARE, CROCKERY DRV GOO I)M, CLOTHING. HAT AND CAPS, boots and shoes, notions, &c. PLOTTE -Mid. PEED, Fl.OUK, GROUND PEE/), OATS, SEED GRAIN. 2Te,r:no.I:Ei.g: lvCacIb.in.er3r, PUR9T & BRADLEY PLOWS, (Gang, Sulkv and Walking.) I I O S W A O N S O N I O S E E E S E A E S HARVESTERS. MOWERS, HARROWS, HORSE RAKES, BLINDS, Biats Ste C-lassware, Crotey and Faraitare. NICHOLS, SHEPARD & OOJWBntM. Thlrty-Twa Years of Prosperous and Conl cf name, location, or management, niniisnea a strong goods and honorable dealing. wonderful raoecn and popularity of Tidbato Machinery has drlren other machines to toe wall henee varioas makers are now attempt Sag to build and palm off inferior and mongrel imitalions of our famous goods. BE NOT DECEIVED GEO. GRIMM. A. GEISELER. W.C.MUELLER. GRIMM, GEISELER & MUELLER. GENERAL DEALERS IN i« MINNESOTA AJTD DAKOTA. •a.00 per Acre and Upward, according te Quality aid location. Best Wheat Lands IB TNI UNITED STATM. .IS ys* JL. 23 XD_W -A.K B, Stoves, Nails, Shovels, Spades, Tinware, Gla Forks, Scythes, Woodware, Cutlery, Rope, Chains STTILPnTC PAPER, «&o., We would respectfully notify the public that we bave a large and well assorted stock on band. Call and examine and satisfy yourselves of the truth of our statement. 5 th Ave,, SO UTH of Dakota House, Your Choice! 50,009 FARMS Now offered by the NORTHERN PACIFIC R. R. CO., rown, jamm il :v J.R. WINSLOW E SHINGLES, ErtaMlshed ORIGINAL AND ONLY CENUIUE ttUftStl machinery. If yea boy "ttenalne" from u*. )y fneh experimental and worthless at oil, get the "Oritfawi" and the G7*Fop particular* eall an oar dealers, or write to ua for illustrated Circulars, wliioh we mail free. Address full ptidnlan call HICHOLS, BTntPATtn & CO., Battle Creek. Mich. SASH, and BUILDING PAPER. CORNER MAIN AND FIFTH STREETS, JAMESTOWN DAKOTA TER'Y We also make Contracts for Buildings and for Breaking. S. 3F1. LAliBBET, DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, JAMESTOWN DAKOTA Keep oh baud a fresh and complete stocK of all kiud« of Groceries, which lie 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 I!!! TEAS!!!!! TEAS!!!!!! TJ5A8U!!!!! Coffees, Tobaccos, and Can Goods a specialty. ZDIES-Z" GOODS AND—- 3j3estcL3r r3Q.a,d.e Clotla.Im.gr. A FULL LINE OF "VIBRATOR" Threshing Machinery and Portable and Traction Engines. Astonishingly Durablo Ud temdm^ittu •imptahjnsiiif leasIbuuU thensnal (tin and belts. PORTABLE, TRACTION, and STRAW^BURNINO STEAM-ENGINES, with special features of Power, Dar^iUtj, Safety, Koaoomy, sod Beauty entireb unknown in other makes. 8temra Power Outfit* ana 8tean Power Separator* •.specialty. Four sises of Separators, from to twelve hone power also two style* Improved Moanted Hone Powers. »of Prosperous and Continuous Business by this excellenoe throughout tho TC.h1.E88. far GratoSavinsr, IW&rinc, Per MOing, Sapid and Thorough work. O MP A ft ABLE in Quality of Material, Perfection ts. Thorough Workmauallip, Elegant Fmiih, and of RVELOU8 for «ai% tuperior work in alt hindt manimlMertallu known the only successful in fflKT. Tunouv. Gloref* ud ill other bouse,* .without chaog* BlffEftS Fever and Ague. The true antidote to the effect• of miasma is Hoctetter's Stomach Bittern. This medi cine is one ot the most popular remedies in an one of sucresxtul proprietory specifics, and is in immense demand wherever on this Continent fever and ague exists A wine f!lu*8t'ul three times a day to»the bwt po«i* lile preparative fur tncounterin} a malarious atmosphere, tegulating the liter, and invig orating the stomach. For sale by all dealers generally. apfi7 C. J. WEIR, I (AGENT FOR J. R. McLAUQHLI' Wholesele and Retail dealer in FARM MACHINERY. Plows, SEEDERS AND MOWERS COMBINED REAPERS AND MOWERS. Harvesters A N I 1 E S I SELL THE 3v£GCcxaaaio2E Harvesting Machinery. which have the enviable reputation of beiug The Best constructed, MOSTDURABLE, Lightest of Draft, and best adapted to the Wants of the Country GENERALLY, ALSO T. X. Case Sc Co's. Threshing Machinery, PORTABLE AND TRACTION ENGINES. C. J. Weir, JAMESTOWN, .1. Q.( M. SMITH. 3 5 a 2 2 S oi VJ -c O es S3 «5 "2 2 PH JS «a a 3 .« 12 CO II 5 -a a a .2 S s- 5 5? 5 S PQ •5 "m 80 5 Is S *0 J3 S '2 S 3 rs S »-m 2 FOR SALE, Lime, Cement, Calcimc, Plaster of Paris Plastering hair and Salt, in carload lots, or by the barrel. Jamestown, March 5th, '80. J. A. OLDS, Agt, mch 9tf for C. H. Graves & Co. "W ax3.ted., Everybody to know that the best and 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 TKK'Y. All kinds or Billdltf done. Wt furnith all kind* of building material and ertct Building*, Duelling#. Slor* Building»,Ae for parti** living a* dManet. Add nut a altoc*. SATISFACTORY rtfemtt furnised DO BPSTftftBiTS 1M& Warn tame NWIM Mnoaalor tesrtlf with «Tir LtOO lUMtratfoM. Wj rfl ifl eeedealwhweeele prices la ««satttlee «a s«K SowSmk ta*oslflMttntttoslaAjMrlcs a a A a atoirrooM RKT waep a to.. SI7 *m Ws!ssk Ave.. Uhie*^- H. Jamestown, January 27, 1880, Paints, OIL**, GLASS, I am still giving bargains in DRY GOODS and GROCERIES. I have a fine line in stock of the following goods: Sheeting*, Shirting,Prints, Flan nels, Shawls, Ladies Dress goods, Ladies' and gents' Fur nishing goods,White, Colored, Teans* Cotton.a,d.e "blankets, overalls, Uotioas, Hats, Caps, ETT^F-A^C SBOToes, A complete line of Groceries, and Provisions, Canned Fruits, Nuts, Candies Choice coffees, and Fine Teas at Bottom Prices. Also a small line of Hardware which will be sold cheap. ILT tro*u."bl@ 2 S3a.©"w Ct-ood.© 1 am also agsnt tor the following machinery: The Celebrated Casady Sulky Flow 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. The West DePcro Agricultural Works machinery. Buford Plows Harrow and Horse Rakesof the latest pattern. LEARNED BRO'S. GBSKRALDEALERS IX Haid-waiE, Iron, Steel, Nails, a S a. 0 mm O €t Sam pi of these poods will be on exhibition in JanieBtown SOON. Those buvinc machinery will tave money by holding their orders until they examine ay STOCK. Call at my store and get descriptive circulars. Prices as low us the lowest. Ac., MANDFACTDRER'S PRICES! Builders' Material a specialty. Faxties contemplating Building will do well to give us a call and examine our GOODS! GET PRICES BEFORE PURC ASlfcG C«r. 4th st., and 5th Avenue. JAl£ESTOWar: STV7SMA*. COOVJTTT DAKOTA TMM'Y AT THE POST OFFICE. Horatio W. Kelley, Proprietor- Books, Stationery, Chicago Daily Papers Harper's Weekly, and other periodicals furnished at regular rates. A fall line or Nate, Albans. Toys, Notion*, fcc. Novels by our Also a Leading authors- good stock of School Booke for fale. Don't Fortet Ti Call O N Men Pacific Railroad "CUSTER ROUTE" TO THE a S THROUGH BXPRES3 TRAINS FROM ST. PAUL to BISMARCK Making clou connection* ftt ST. PA UL with m«« ing train* from CHICAGO and all point* tontk. 1880 Spring Anaugemem. 880 DAKOTA DIVISION. WEST. STATIONS. CAST. L«att S.SOe.m. Arrira 1.45 p.m. 7.18 p.m. Cargo, BRAINERD SOUTH. Ac., Leava 1.88«a.B. 5.05 a.a. 6.15 a.m. Arrira 7.45 a.m. *4 7.40 a.m. Arrive S.45p.m. 8.50 a.m. Meals. Arrive 5.50 p.m. LeaTtll25 p.nt 7.10 a.m JA*»»ioir*, Blamarck, «fc ST. PAUL DIVISION. STATIONS. NORTH. Laava 19. 40p.m. 1.30 a.m. $.10 p.m. 4.15 a.m. Arrir* 6.40 p.m. 7.55 a.m.J[ BRAINERD, Arrira 1.90 p.m. 13.M a. SaukSaplda, 10.60 a. 10.10 p. Saint Paul, Laare 7.00 a. BRAINERD AST. I.t0p. & DULUTH DIVISION, STATIONS. WEST. BRA1N.CBD, Arrira 12.SSa.rn. Island Laka, Leava 8.05 m. N.F.JuncUon, 6.35 p.m. BRAINERD WIST. Puluth, 5.eo p.au A FARGO DIVISION. STATIONS. A ST. Laara 1.45 pm. BRAINERD, Arrive 1S.C0 p. 1.1S a.m. !.]»•.• Wadena, Lrare ie.11 p. at 4 10 S.50 a.m. 8.40 p.a,. ie.se p, Glyndoa, S.25 p. aa 6.4S p. fc.M a. 6.15 p. Fargo, Connects at St. Paul and Minneapolis with traiaa East and Soutb at St. Clond with trains far Welrwie and the Sauk Valley, at Brainerd tralna maka cias* connections to and from Duluth and to and fram tkc West and South, Com option with St. Pan! trains at IT. P. Jucctiea St. Pat? A Pacific Railroad trains at Slyndan far Vlsher'a Landing, Fort Gary and the British Posse a eions at Bismarck with stages for Standing Rack Fart Rice, Berthold, Fort Keoagb, and other paint in Mcntana also with N. W. SUga and Express Oo's line to Deadwood City and all points in the lis ok Hills. H. E. SARGENT. G. G. SANBORN, Gen'l Manager, lit. Pa»l Gen'l Fr't Ticket Ag't.. H. A. TOWKK, St. Paul. Saperintendent, Brainerd 6000000 ACRES Of Minnesota and Dakota lands for sale by the Land depaitmct. Bedaced rates of fare and freight to actual settlers. Fall information given upon application to Power, Gen'l Agt. 45 Jackson *t. St. rani *r Brainerd Minnesota. and how to Obitii them. 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