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FHWS&TTKRIAN CHtJBCH, Jamas
town,
K»T, N. D. FANHJKO, asor.
(ItrTlce* in flif Whool honse,
at 10:30 a. m, and 7tSO
m., every flubbath. Prayer mooting Wedne»
•TuningSt 7:80.
toying u».
€. White.
ADDITIONAL.
LOCALS
Pr JsccuUng Att'y Bill visits Kargi to­
morrow,
Wood is worth four dollars and fifty
cents a cord iu Deadwood.
8. F. Lambert has gone to Bismarck
where he will linger for several weeks.
Dr. Campbell has returned fr-nn Fort
Tot ten. He reports a very successful
trip.
The Black Hills Journal snjs tlmt the
-Children of Dradvvood aredji ig oi} »t- a
rapid rate, of (.tie diphtheria.
BUck Elil!s Journal: The Jamestown
A' rl says there is saloon in that town
mimed the."Devil's Nursery." The paper
don't say whether his "satanic majesty" is
iu charge.
.Beg pardon for the omission, but he is.
At Campbell's jewelry store au assort­
ment of children's toys will be found,
which being out. of Doc's line of business,
he will sell regardless of cost. A. rare
chance to delight the children at a trilling
Cast.
Willie Fields, the young man wli^
traveled through 17 states after Ins de­
parture IV. ni here Inst summer, tning to
tind a place as good as Jamestown, lias
npeni-d a fine jewelry establishment in
his old stand in'the- po.stoffice binloing.
He reports his trade as being better than
ever.
Lawyer-White and Dr. Baldwin have
unwed into their office in their new build­
ing, and have now the most complete and
elegant suites ot office rooms in the village.
The second story is rented to the MBS'nic
fraternity, -.nd we are informed hv Mr.
White that there are still ground floor
rooms voeunt deniable either for offices or
living rooma, which will be rented at rear
»onable figures.
3I ij)le syrup at Lyou's.
Buffalo robes at Lyons.
Silverware at th*i P. 0. store.
Dry
nr,ds
away down at Lvon's.
Buy your hu.iiiay Goods at Lyon's.
Go tn Lambert's tor Christmas goods.
New stock groceries juse iu. L. Lyon.
Clothing at panic pric-s at Lambert's.
The only correct time at the I5. 0.
•tore.
Get your watches repaired at the P. 0.
store.
Ladies' and gents' furnishing goods at
Lambert's.
Large line of groceries just received at
Lumber i's.
Silver Knives, forks and spoons at
Fields i% Phillips' P. O. store.
Ciiptors, cake dishes, spoon holders,
napkin rings, etc., at tbe P. O. store.
Lookout for Christmas at Churchill &
W boier's. 2t
Cheap and expensive Christmas pies
ent« :it- Cbuichill i& Webster. 2t
Headquarters for S C. at Churchill &
Webster's. 2t
B. W. Flour and ifaplesynrp Church
i'is & Webesters.
6000 lbs. of fresh pork, beef and poltry
ju*' received at Nickcus' for £a'e iu large
or small quantities
So to Nick'-us' for apples by pk. or
ba 1: and above all, don't foiget to get
a quaiter his fine beef which he is 8*11
insr tor 7Jc per pound by quarters.
You talk about cheap meat, how is that?
Doc. Campbell has tb» largest stork of
watches, clocks and jewelry in Jamestown
and is doing a boss trade from the fact
that he is determined not to be under­
sold. He lm» a lot more coods coming
suitab tor the holiday trade, which he
expects here in a few davs. His work an-i
repairing department is under the man?
agement of Mr. Benjamin, of St. P-nr,
whit, t-ince he has been among us, has
jprorcu piuiseif to ij'.iderst^rj
all almt the outside and inside of a
wutcli, or any other kind of time piecps,
and guarantees all work and repair rli^t
passes through his hands, and the Doc.
respectfully asks one and all to give him
atrial. To all who may want a good and
cheap watch or anything in the jewelry
line we invite them to give the Doc apUl..
First l'ublirnHnn November SOtft. 18'0.
"TyTOTICE OK MORTGAGE SALE-
Default having be:m m»Ve ip'ir. the ennditiot of
eeria mort^ase executed ?ml delivered by Oeo
W. Vennum mortgagor to I olm Deer Jk Co,', mort­
gagee. dated April 29th, A
I)
That, said mortgage is conditioned that if default
be make in the payment of «n:n of i- n- or
the interest or tn~ or ::ny part thereof, it shall be
Juv. fnl f.~." t'.i-: party of the second part, their suc­
cessors. executors, administrators, or assignes. to
declare the whole sum due aud payable, The mort­
gagor having made default in payment of the sum
Hue and taxes amounting to the sum of Ave dollars,
and no action or proceeding has been instituted at
law or in eqnity to recover the debt secured by said
mortgage or anv part thereof,
Now. Therefore. Notice is hereby gWen that
by Tirtue of a power of «aie in said mortgage con
taiaed. and in pursuance of thestatnte in such ease
mad* and provided, the said mortgage will be fore­
close by sale of the mortgaged premises therein de­
scribed, which said sale will take palace fit the front
door of the Court House, in Jamestown, in the
county of Stutsman, and territory of Dakota, at
gatnrday.the
ublic auction, bv the Sheriff of said county, on
^2d' day of January. 1H81. at 2o'clockt
in the afternoon 011 that day to satisfy the amoun
•which shall then b- dne nn ssid mortgage with ins
terest thereon. '*xrs. if r.t v. end srd expen
srs of sale, and twenty dollars attorney's fee, a
stipulaVd in said mortgage in case of foreclosure
The premises described in said mortgage, and S*J
lobe sold is the piece or parcel of land situated in
the county tf Ptntsmnn, and territory of Dakota,
and known ard de»-r bed as follows, to-wit: all of
lot number fonr in block number thirtv-fonr in
Juneatewn according to the certified plat thereof
of-eaid toWHof Jamestown recorded in the office of
the regM«t«f»f de-d« of said Stntsman conntv.
•T JOHN EE RE
A
CO, Mortgagee,
S A BiUk Attorney for Mortgagee,
Dated Sbvember »01h, 1*80,
THUS ixss,
&JLLJARD HALL,
JtMUnO**, DilflliTBBBOlf.
1 aad Cic^r* en»U- iit qualV
tJ OA h*n^-
rxcitic LAJID*.
b. p.
Javmtows, DAXOTAI
(Mia ImW«the in Ha.
mota aad
COaUMMWDBXC* SOUWBX
..
STATRMEST
Qf tha Conditio^ of the British America Aitur
ance Company op the 31st day of .December,
167'.'.
The name of the company Is given abovo.
It i» located in Toronto, Dominion of Capitda.
The utnoaht of its capital stock is rOO,0UO.
The amount of its capital stock paid lip id $500,000.
The assets of the Company arc as follow*:
Cafh oil hand and iu the hands qf agept»
or other persons, $J9Q,8M,06
Real estate unincumhsrod, H'i.TSK) 0J
Bonds owned by the company, t»-vit:
IJ. S. mid city, par vqlue,
Salvage account, Ac.,
lnterestdue on stocks.
Loam" on bonds and mortgage#,
Loam on bond and mortgage baing flfsf
lien, 17,145 0Q
Debt« otherwise secured, S,095 87
Debts for premiums, 137,469 80
All other seeurities, 50,58171
Total ^ncts, 1,343,908 54
liabilities
Amount iineameil promiuma,
Looses adjusted aiiu due,
do
do
do
"do }o pot 4ue, I
unajusted, 147,893 65
in suspense, waiting for further
proof,
All other claims against the company,
Caili dividends,
on
pany,
Nov. 9. HORAO* ACSTIN, Rsgistsr,
N
TQTIOK OF FINAL PLTOO*,
LAKO OrricK AT FARGO, D.T.,
Nov 57. WfW.J
Notice is hereby given that tjie following uaiaef!
Mttlcr his died notice of hia intention to main
Inal proof iu support of his claim aq'4 secure final
sntvy ti.ereofon the !£idda of December, 1880,viz:
Merrick Moore, H. E., No. lTliS, for the sec 6
tp 13!) n, Tt 03 and name* the following as tiis
witnesses, viz: Geo. W. Vennum. Archibald) tc
Kechcij, Jainr-s T. Herbert, and H. W. Dewey, ull
of Stutsman county. T.
Tettimonr to tie taksu 'before Arthij^ \V Kellsy.
Clerk of District (?ourt iu and for Stutamai) cpunty,
at Jamestown, Stutsman county, D. T.
Nov. 28. IIOBACE At:ST!M, Register,
j^OTICE FOR PtJBLICATIOJT.
Land Oilice at Fargo, D. T-, Nov. 30th, 1830.
Notice is hereby given that naand aetler has
filed notice of his intention to make final proof in
support of hie claim, and secure final entry there­
of on the 14th day 0' January A. D. 1831: testimo­
ny will be taken hefore Arthur \V. Kellsy, Clerk
of the district court for Stutsman county, on the
12:h day of January A. D. 1331, at 10 o'clock a. ui.
viz: Henry liergenthal' D. S. 311'.. for the se sec
30. town 140 n. range IM w, and names the follow­
ing as bis witnesses, viz: Frank Buljen, Julius
Leu. Joseph Leisch. and \yin. Lockwood, all of
JamestosMi. Stutsman county. D. T.
Nov. M:). 1M). lloitAi At sTtx, Registrr.
•^TOTICB.FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Fargo, D. T., Oct. 87th, 1860.
Noticc ii hereby given that the following immeA
•ettler has tiled notice of his intention to make tlnal
proof in support of his claim, and ireure Una! en­
try thereof on the 10th day of December, 1830, at
ID o'clock a. 111. Testimony will bo taken before^
Arthur W. Kelly, Clerk of the District Court for
Stutsman county, 00 the 8th day of December, A.
i. ISSO, at 10 o'clock a. m.. viz: Joseph Mason.
i. S. 2700, for the ne lection No. 4 in tp. 189 of
63 v», ar.d name* the following a» hia witnesses, viz:
James Herbert, David McMatii, Henry 2u«u,Thom­
as Collins, all of Jamestown. D. T.
rOTICE
1880. and recorded as
mortage in the ofHre of tlie sisfer of deeds ot
the conny "f Stutsman on the 3f'th dnv mf April,
J880, at aV.virck in theafrernoon of said day, in
book A of mortgages, on page W. on which their is
claimed to be due at the date of this notice. One
Hundred Pixty-Seven and 21-100 (tl(i7 21-100),
principal and interest to date.
P.OBACI Ar-w, Rejlster.
OTICE FOR PVXiLlCATlON.
."N
brricr.
Lj .-:p
Complaint having been entered at this
.. \y^iLi^ui
'St'?,*:-'?
Q.( M, SMITH.
28,093 IS
20,591 83
Total liabilities, t}52,268 62
Poininiop of Canada, Proviuce tif Ontario.
J'rirr l'attcraop, governor, and Frederick A.
Bell, J^antiger, British America Assurance Co., be­
ing duly sworn, depose nnd say, that the forgoing
is a full, true and correct statement of the affairs
of said company, that the said insurance company
is tlie bona tide owner of at Jcaj?t one hundred
thousand dollars of actual cash capital, invested ip
the State and Vnited States stocks and bonds, or in
bond* and mortgages of real estate unincumbered
and worth doubl* the amount for whifh the sum
is mortgaged: and they are the abovo described
officers of the »aid insurance coinpany.
1'ETEII PATTEBSON, Governor,
FREBEKICK A. US{.L, Manager.
Sutisrribrd and »woru to before me this 26th day
Pl-ABK (iAS»llI-E
Of j'l
ansary, 1880. A[tl\
Notary i'ti|j|ic.
Auditors Offlpe,
YanXtcn. D. T., Oct. 30t)i, }880.
1, L. M. Purdt, deputy auditor, dohejeby certify
that the fnregoiii'.- is a correct copy of tjie original
statement
'oi
the British America Assurance Com­
Uie 31st day of December. iiiTi), and now
on file iu this ollice.
L. M. PUBDT, DEP4TY Auditor.
TU* TBRBITOMF PR PAKPTA.
Auditor's* Q§5ce.
Whereas, tlie British America Assurance Co.,
.ocati'd in the City of Toronto, and Dominion of
Canada, hns tiled ip this otticee a'sworn statement
of its condition on the "1st day of December. A.
it. 187D, in uccoriiance with the provisions of an
act of the l.egislaulve Assembly or the Territory of
Dakota, relating to ipsurance compaiutB' approved
February Kith.' 1ST7: and
Whereas, on examination of the sworn state­
ment of en id company tiled iu this oflice, 1 dnd
that the s.iid insurance company is possessed of
the cessary amoun•. of cuuital invested as re­
quired lv law.
Then tore I. E. A Sherman, Auditor of Dakota
Territory, do herebv certify that said insurance
~umpany is duly authorized to transact the l-.n I
tiess of Fire ItisorMtice in said Terrifc-v. ior
ness of Fire Insurance in said Terrif-v. ior the
year ending Dtcembcr 31st. W
?r!v r.j.pointed agent
county.
UIUL'SIOW|I, Stutsman
In testimorv whereof I hpve hereunto
hand cnS v-»l, this aOtfr day of Vtoher. ItvW,
E. A. Siti:NMAS. Auditor.
set my
B. L. M. Purdy,Deputy.
OTTCE OF FINAL PROOF.
Land OfSce at Fargo, D. T„ Nov, B, I«80.
Notice hereby given that the follpjvipj nam»d
MttUrlias r.ied noiipa of ti:a iutentior* to piakefinal
proof in sapoori of his claim, and aecure final n
try thereof, on the81 day of itecember, 1880, he
fore A. W. KHiey, Clerk of the District Court in
and for Stutsman county, D, I'., at his otlice ia
Jamestown, D, T,, viz: Win, Gibson, P. S.,
\o, 3481 f0.: the lie of sec 24, tp t'1 r. of 63
w, and names the following Ins witnesses, viz:
Ueorge \V. Vennum. Arehibald McKephnie, Julius
T. Sddy, and WE. ii. Uenniaon, all of Stutiman
tountvl D. T.
Boss Carpenter and Builder,
A MKSTO
DAKOTA TKirY.
II'.V.
All kiiKlit ri»ull«!ii»u aoiu
jfuruix/t all kinh of bui Utlny uiffini n«J
Building*. Dw«IU»tl". -s't0»'e fiitilriinfi*
a c/ixfunce
iiig
r«. S A i/tiPA TOR y,sftyfHtes
ptirtifv AUUrtui
{tut-in*
I^ESfAUR-VNT,
867.501 40
10,068 58
14,503 1J
4,800 00
Nest to the Depot.
D. M. ifKLLEUEH, PnoraiBTOii.
Milwaukee Baur, Wines, Liquors and Cits*™
•f beet quality continually at baud.
Lunch for 36 cU. when passenger train* ar
rivu at AMisrrowN. .j»*
JQAKOIA HuL'iiS,
449,709 96
FLINT & DOLE, Proprietors,
J^ijssrowjf, DAKOTA TSIUUTORT.
Headquarters for
Commercial Travelers.
This house Is n)w throtighout, and has all
the modern ituptgwuienls. Qoo4 tables aud
Deal rooms.
RATE* TWO DOLLAKS A DA*.
Nerta Peilc riloal
TIKE CAHD
OF LOCAL AND
THHOUGH E2CPRESS THAINS
FltUM
ULUTH and ST. PAUL to
BISMARCK.
Unking do** connection* at. St, PA ULwith morn­
ing and evening tfu'u* to atnf from CHICAGO
and alt ioints Aunt and South
1880 Summer An augemeni. i860
BRAINEHD & ST PAUL DIVISION.
.SOUTH.
W
STATIONS. NO'ITll.
UltAlN'EitD, Arrive S1.90 p.m.
1-2.MI 11.
Little Falls. Leave 1'/ I'lf p. ni.
11.53 pro
T.e»ven2.-t'i p.m.
i!3"».m.
l.fi.i |, ni.
4 1.liii.m
8 'JO p. ni,
^4.1.^a.m.
Ar'ire I6.-40 p.m
a.
111.:
Sauk Rapids, HO -'O*. tp
Saint Paul,
AINLKD&
EAST
t.etvi. 41 I') a.m.
iit.'li a.m.
I'd a.m.
Arrive in Jill a m.
!i. J. Qtt prop-
April 25th, 1880..
AT FAROO, D. T..
Nov. 15,188
Notice is hereby given that the following named
settler lias tiled nof.ee
of
hisintention to make final
proof in support of his claim and secure final entry
entry thereof nn the 23d day of December, lrtriu.
Testimony of claimant to to be taken before
Arthur \V. Kelly, Clerk District Court in and for
Stutsman county. !). T. his office in Jamestown,
on the 17th day of November. 1880, viz:
Thomas B. Harris. JJ- f°r 'he set
of nee ill. rp 140 n. -'l w. and names the following
as his witnesses, viz: S. F. Lanibert, J. Kddy.
A. McKechnie. and (eo. W Veiinum, all of
Stutsman county, f). T. The testipippy of wit­
nesses to be taken before A. A Alien. Notary Pub­
lic, Stutsman county, D. T., oa the i"th day of
Deceiaber, IS80. IIOBACE ACSTI*.
novl6
Qfricp,
U.. S, LAND
"FABOO, D. T., NOV, 8th. iS80.
office
by
Josephine (freenev against James 11, Water*, for
abandoning his Homestead Kntry No.
dated September Uth. lb7C, 'iixm then Sec 30,
township Kifi 11. range xv. in Stutsman county,
Dakota Territory, with a view to rti^ canei llalion
of said entry: the said parties are hereby summon­
ed to appear at this office on the irth day of Dec.,
at 10 o'cl ck a m.. to respond and furnish testi­
mony coucerning said alleged abandonment.
HORACE AI STIN. Register.
THOS. M. Puon, Rec«'iver.
A. A. AIXHK, attorney. No* 18,
Your Choice!
50,000 FARMS
Now offered by the
NORTHERN PACIFIC R. R. CO..
AWD
DAKOTA.
•9.80 per Aor* and Upward,
according ta
Quality and Location.
Best Wheat Lands
IM THE UNITED STATES.
%&~UW and Circulars free.
»AJHE3 ft. POWKR.
L*-d Commi««!OT7e»,
•k FM «r
MO-'Op
Leave |7.00 a.
jtt.V0p._m
DULUTtl. DIVISION
STATIlCIS. WEST.
UltAlNKlip, Arrive §l4.Sn.i.m.
Aitken, Leave §10.33 m.
"•KSP-
URAINEKD
WEST
L«avet|.4Ap m.
11 10 a.ui.
|2.4f
i'l 1". a
14 10 p. iq.
£3 hO a. xvi.
[6 is pin
A
0t) p.n..
FARGO
TIONS.
lJKKUD,
DIVISION.
KAST.
Airive{12 J«
STATIONS.
tBItA
J1.15 a.
SleUey,
Leave 11 20 am
WADENA,
$12 18
111
Leave JO! 1 I a.
10.5S p. in
6
Detroit,
IP'20 p.m.
.TVti a. m.
IS 43 IT)
£5 00 0 111
r.D
Gi.vndoo,
O.'.fj
e.4a p.
S 05 am
31 oorbcad,
Arrivtii.4.r) p.m.
6.lift H-m.
Fargo,
ti 90 ai
ti.en a.
8.15 11. in
DAKOTA DIVISION.
WKPT. STATIONS. ESST.
Leava 8 Si) a.m. KSIRO, Arrive 5 Ml p.m.
9 8" a Cssslttnn, 4 4'S
11 40 Km Valley-City, 2 25
Arrive |i,05p,m. JAMKSTOWK, Leave ii
il'*
p.ra
t* p.m. B|«inuic«, |7.1U#,m
Heals. Dull.v except fSa'urilay, la 1,v ?x
ccp: Menday, Daily rxceiit Sundsy.
Copucctb st I'uul &udf.i11iintapolls villi truing
Esat ai'd Souihj ftt ^t. Clntifl willi liains for Mrh-'js«
ind tl S^u'K Vuliey HI D'aint-nl I rnliis make EIU!*e
eaui-re-inna to antl from l)i)lut^ and to and from tlie
Weal HII'I ni'i,
Cnnertion «it|: frt' Paul fn Drilijth R, R, train*
at N. P. Junction St. Paul M. 4 51. Railroad
trains at Glyndop for St. Vincent, Wimiepey, and
the Britiih Possessions at I'ismarck with Stages
.for Standing Ro(,k, Fort Riise, Et'tliiold, Fort Ke
ottgh, and other poims in Montana also with the
N. W. StaL-e and Express Co.'s line to Deadwood
City anc all points in th» lilack llilis and with Mis­
souri and and Yellowstone River Steamer for Fort
cntpn. Fort Keogh and intermediate points in Da­
kota and Montana and at Dtilnth witii tlrst class
steamers for Collingwood Sarnia. Detroit, Cleve­
land, Iiurhtlo. Chicago and intermediate points.
n. E. SARGENT.
U. O. SANBORN, Gen'l Mauajrer. St. Paul
lien'l Fr't 4 Ticket Ag't., 11. A. 'I UWNE.
3 JncUsen st.. St. Paul. Sup't. Brainrrd
6,000,000 ACRES
Of Minnesota and Dakota Lands for sple by the
Land Department. Reduced rates of fare and
freight to actual settlers.
Full information given upon application toJn3.
B. Power. Gen'l Agent, at Jackson St., St. Paul,
or I'rainerd, Minn.
jlliicap, St. Paal, Minneapolis
And Omaha Line.
Composed of the Chicago. St. Paul & Minneapolis
and Nor'li Wisconsin Railays. and the St. Paul
Sioux City li.R. and its proprietary roads.
!s the popular Thoroughfare Between
a a
AND IHE
Eastern, Western and Sr uthwestern
States and Territories.
EASTERN DIVISICN.
The Chicago, st. Paul & Minne­
apolis Line
Is the great- through 1011 between St. Paal and
Minneapolis, and Beioit. Madison, Chicago. New
York. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington. New
England, tne Cunadas and all Eastern and South­
ern Stntef.
It is the only lir.e running Pullman Palace Draw­
ing Xtooni and Sleeping Coaches between St. Paul
and Chicago.
TWOTHKOTOH" EX7rRESS"— TRAINS
Each wuy Daily between St Paul and Chicago.
Connects in same Depot at St. Paul with North­
ern Piicitlc.St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba, and
St. Paul & Daluth Railroads.
2
WESTESJN- EI
VISION.
'The SIO UX CITY RO
UTE'
Is the shortest, quickest and only direct route be­
tween Minnesota and Nebraska, Colorado, Cali­
fornia, Missouri. Kansas, Texas, and all Western
and Southwestern States and territories.
Ten hours tim" nr.d One Anndred Miles distance
saved bv taking this route.
'fhe only line running through sjeeping f'oache*
betfveen St. Paul and Council Bluffs, making di­
rect copn'ec'tipnn in L'nian Pacific depot. Council
Bluffs, for California. St. Joseph. Atchison, Leav
euv'o(t|i nitfl Kansas City.
Tim St. Paul to Kansas City. 2S HOURS.
Which is hour* in advance of any other route or line
Tke whole line i« fully equipped witL Miller Plat­
forms. Westinghouse Air I'l-akes. and all
t|ie approved approved appli
a nets to secure
PPEED, SAf^TT AND COMFORT.
F. B. CLARKE,
General Trafi'.c Manager.
T^JORTOAiK? S^l'2!
W. H. DIXON.
General Agent.
OpUO*BURG A CLATSKN.
Agent* for
Hamburg & ThingvaIJa liens
•peeial attention given to the collection of claims
and inheritances by owera of attorney. Remit­
tances made to foreign countries at the lowest net
rate* of foreign 'exchange. Special fecilitea for
forwarding small paekagrs a* reel 1 xs larger ship,
ments to all parte of
farope.
regarding Government lands,
licited.
Informatkn givcu
C«rreppondeaoe su.
Whereas, 4efault has been made In the condition
of a certain mortgage 4olv executed, sefepowledged
md deliverei} by Eli Jafvnis. mortgagor, to J. 9.
Matthews, mortagee, whieh tiears date Nov. 30th,
1878, and w»« duly recorded in thepfhee of the Reg­
ister of iieeds of Cass coupty. JJakot^ Territory on
the ltrth day of Defenijier, f$78, at o'clock a. m.
Sow Therefore, Notice i# hereby given that by
virtue of a powejr of sale in said mortgage contain­
ed, and in pursuance of the statute HI such easra
made and provided, the (aid mortaffe will be fore­
closed hy sale of the foiloiring 4esrnbed hotae, to
wit:
One stallion, bay In color, hjdf Norman, 8 years
old.
A nd said horse above mentioned an4 described
will be sold at pabl'C so!'- tottie highest hidd-r by
the Sheriff Stutspmsn county, Itp.kots.to •atisfy
the atnon doe on "aid morti^ge del*, wjth inte­
rest. and tie costs and e*pen*-s plloweij !»y law.
Sale at the stables of J. F. Ver.nnm. Jsaaee
town. Stntsman cimnty. I. T., on the 3(Jth day ol
Kovember.ia80.atlOoclPcka.nl.
Vaiueetown, NOT. SOth, 1880.
Wm.
C. Wmira, Attornay apd Agen*.
W \'m
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V^£f'!':V'i'.!.-.-!i.p:' ''i,-:'v^. •£:»./
•rv-':v
Stoves.
Xials,
Iron,
Nerfc Yokes,
Nov. 16, 1880.
X&L^ESTPVXTXL,
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S^^-.!i ti|''n')
Minneapolis
MZ at
O. N. MALTBY & Co., Prop,
Tlie proprietors of tins market lake special pains to secure the very best stock in
the powntry. It it onr mm to sell our meat at as low a figure as possible. Our terms
are necess'lily cash. Hoping to receive liberal patronage from our people we re
mniu Yours truly,
dec? C. N. MALTBY & Co,
GRIMM, GEISELER & MUELLER
DiCALERB IN
EC -A. S3 ZD "W -A.Z3B
STOVES,
Gunst Ammunition,
Building Paper, Tumps,
Steel, ft hijjletrees,
Glass, Oils. Paints, Putty,
Tinware, Woodivare,
Corner Kth Ave., SOUTH of Dakota House.
LEARNED BROS.,
HARDWARE!
Stores, Paints, Oils,
Messrs. Learned Bros take this method of informing
towu and viciuity. and in iaet,
The Entire Public of Dakota,
That they are
The Only Exclusive Hardware and Stove Ceaiers in the City,
And it im.s bo MI till ul*AJS will be, tiieir aim to k'ep a fii\st-T:ias8 line of Goods
aud sell as low or lower fur cash than any dealer in general mer­
chandise can or will do.
GIVE ITS A CALL. NO TROUBLE TO
SHOW GOODS.
L.
LTOXT,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER I*
NOTIONS,
GENTS' JDRNMING GOODS, HATS, CAPS,
FUHS, BOOTS, SHOES, WOOL BOOTs,
SEF.Ei!! ILCKZ, AETIDS, SC., SC.
Crockery and Glassware,
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
BOTTOM PieiCES.
The New Brewery,
H. 3E»XOp.
Lager Beer of the Purest Quality on Hand
By the Barrel or Case,
't
uiili1.
•,r$l
the citizens of James
f-f
The (Strongest Complies
ia the
Marine
Canned Goods
lu
Mlgn rijiMnrmifrWf
:. c-- :«:5\:
J£EJ.I)Q uyzn
for S-upplisa for S-tru-feasx: Co.
DAVID CTTXITIXT,
(Successor to CU11TIN Ss WIN3LOW.)
A ino&t complete stock of supplies of every (Inscription. Everything a
kept under one roof.
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Boots and Shoes, from superfine to coarse
crockery^and Glassware^-a full assortment.
Hardware, Nails and CUMers
furniture and Bedding,
Flour Feed and Oa ts,
Prices as Low as the latest.
Tourists' and 'JLand Hunters' Outfits a specialty
Removed First ifroor East of Postoffice-
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A E
Sncccssor to
W I E S
5. —T)EAIElt IK
Fine Watches, Jewelry and Spectacles,
STATIONERY, SCHOOL BOOKS, NOTION?, &o
"Watch Repairing a Specialty.
-^-T iT iEIT,
852,681
S. X*. LAMBEET,
DEALKR IN
GElTSRALi MSB.C2ASTDXSS:
JAMESTOWN DAKOTA
Keep on hand a fre«h and cotnpiete stonlc ot all kind) of Groceries, wliicb he aell.4
bottmn figures for cash
Those desiring to purchase good goods at a low figure, will do well to call.
TEA.3! TEAS 11 TEA.S!ir TEA.?!!!! TEAS!!!!! TE.VSl!! JI! TKAtfllllit
Coffees, Tobaccos, and Can Goods a specialty.
THE PUBLIC will please take notice that I keep a full
and cdmplete line of
'Fresh. Croceries
And"that I am selling them at a uery low figure.
a't:Z^Jlthe
G~i"v© ^Ce a, Ca,ll4
NEW BOOT AND. SHOE SHOP,
Sa^EZllCBSB'J 201W BLOCS, Oppoaita Jaaeatatrai Botol
ALL KINDS OF BOOTS AND SHOES MANUFACTURED.
Those wantiog a first-ciass pair of boots, sewed or
'.*K A
«,Mr'if
i'!*'•
fti-"'
-juU.
JA^t^
-,i
k'.'.
rafrt
Hats mid Cifps
I ,%r.
Plow^etc.
JEWELER.
M.T '£d£k*Wr
-ElNSDRiNCE AGENT ARB NOTARY PD3LIC
Papers of all kinds Drawn
reprt-sentcd
ASSETS.
Hartford,
Fire Association,
American
St. Paul Fire, and
3,456,021
4,165,718
4,165,607
and Executed.
Notes Protested.
Homestead, Pre-emption,
and Tree Claim Relin­
quishments for sale.
Also, lown lots and farm
property.
Land Script bought and
sold.
O O
~sr
AND
23s 31^.37- made Clotl^ia^Lg*.
ATULL LINE OF
Biots 2ii Siou, Glcsswsrfi, Crockery asd F:rnit?re.
NEW STORE-NEW GOODS.
G-. TiaacLEO., Pxop'r.
I.A
-.1
Grocery Line
p'Kged,
at a reasonable piice. AU work guaranteed to give aatislactiou Fifteen jears eipe
rience in the business. Call and see me.
We desire to call tbe attention of the public to the fact that we ha*e come la
Jameatowta to atay, and shall rndcarnr to the ftest of our ability to do work which will
in ever respeci gi*e satisfaction, and hope te receive a liberal patronage. 1 shall do a
strictly cash business.
can get than at my slio
HENRY FLOIIR.
Look Out! Look Out! for the New Store and Cheap Goods
JOHNSON C. XTXCZS'grS,
(NSuoc«'Bsor to Kenry Vessey) dealer in
Groceries and Seats of all Kinds, Flour ail Feed, Boots anil Shoes,
G-e.ra.ts' F"CLrrLls3air-gr Q-ooda,
Crockery Stone and China Ware,
And in fact, everything usually found in a store
General Merchandise.
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