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D. j. c. JAMBS Zt. WZXTSLOW, WholtMl* asi S*taU S«ti«ta LUMBER, LATH AND SHINGLES, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Building Paper, &c. Building Supplies Furnislisd to Contractors. UHTIN JAMESTOWN, I^EEPS Largest, Best and Only Complete Stock General Merchandise In Stutsman county, which he will sell at the lowest cash price. "A word to th.9 wise is enough. Citv Coal Yard! GROCERIES, Teas, Coffees, Sugars and Syrups, Canned Goods and woodenware. FLOUR, PORK AND HAMS. Toloa-ccos etaa-d. Olgraxs. Drugs, Medicines, and Fancy Goods, 3?a,laats an.di Oils, School ail 1 ni Boob, Statioierj. Lamps aid Chimney:. CHURCHILL & WEBSTER'S Klaus's Block, TAl£ES.TO'WlT, P. T. J. W. RAYMOND, Preaideat. •. X. MeOIHXIS, T. PrMitaat. K. B. WALLACB, Cashier. Bank of Jamestown, JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA. -"GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRARSACTED.n— Buy and Sell Exchange on all Principal Cities. Will Attend to Purchase and Sale of Real Esta'e, F«y Taxes,Exchange, And Perfect Titles. Particular Attentica Given To Collections N. Y. Correspondent, Donnell, Lawson $ Co. St. Paul Correspondent. First National Bank, "S^onx B-u.si3n.ess Solilcted- WnJiTAMi C. WSZTSp LEGAL BUSINESS AND COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Land Office and Real Estate Business. Money Loaned on Good Security. Office Grouud Joor, front, New Masonic Temple, S. W. Corner 4th and 2d sts. NICKEUS. J. D. MILLS. NICKEUS & MILLS, (Sietd to Henry Yessey) dealer in GncoiB ai Seals «f ail ids, flair al feel, Beats ait Skio, Crockery. Stone and China Ware, nl L% fjuii, everything usually found im a stare o* Q+igtjU Mx 'ahancUe*, Elsberry scneme to 99 Umt The Pioneer Press is of the opinion that the Indian campaign has closed for the season. The Tillage organization question is not being discussed so freely of late If. is more thin probable that the main agitn tors of the movement are awaiting devel opments at Yankton. It is fortunate hut the late storm was attended by a very warm temperature Had the storm been accompanied by ex treme cold weather hundieds on the open prairies would have experienced great privati and snffritur. OP ate littb county of his own out of Barnes and Cass counties did not meet with much favor at Yankton. The whole-house sat down on the measure and it flund no friends in the council. Tkc l«lly Alert. It is our intention to commence the publication of The Daily Alert about the middle of the present, month. It ill le a four column sLeet, all printed at home, and contain the latest telegraphic dis patches together with a liberal amount of local and miscellaneous news We have, after Mine deliberation, concluded to place the subscription price at ave low figure— 60 cents per month delivered by special carrier. While we are not blind to the enormity of the und rtakiiig, we are equally positive that by careful man agement it can be made a success. It is our opinion that a smart little dnily would be of great value to Jamestown and Stutsman count v, ami eventually prove a source of revenue to the publish, cr." We have placed our ad^-rtisinji rates within the reach of every business man in Jamestown and we hope that none of them will be without representa tion in the little daily. The Exemption Qneatlsa. There has been s- ine talk am ng prom inent members of the present legislature pointing towards a change in the exemp tion l*w, and it is the opinion of man. that before the time rolls aroun.1 for the legislature to adj uri, there there will be an effort made to repeal or amend the present law touching upon that point. While it is p'aii to be seen that a re duction of exemptions would greatly benefit the merchants and business men of the territory, it is equally clear to every intelligent person that the passage ot tuch a measure would prove indirectly very disastrous to all. In all limn probability there will come a time when it would be wise, or,at least policy, for our legislature to meddle with tins mat ter, but in The Alerts op nion tli time has not yet arrived. Red tic the amount, of exemption in Dakota ami immigration would fall off proportionately. It is a fact that hundreds have sought homes in Dakota who would never placed a foot upon her soil had it not been for the lib eral exemption law. Dakota, like most, new countries, is largely settled by a class of men who have expirienced financial break-ups to a greater or less extent in theStatea. They have gathered together the little they had left and sought homes in country wln-se laws wiiililiff.nl them an opportunity to rebuild their shattered fortunes unmolested by unlet! ing and hungry creditors In our opin ion Dakota reeds settlers more than she does a change in her exemption laws. It never did pay tospiing the trap until vou bad the bird w«ll under Vuktsa. The bill appropriating (150,000 for hnilding a penitentiary at Sioux Falls (Missed tbe house and will go to the gov ernor for his signature to. morrow. The bill regulating the practice of medicine and providing a Teriitorinl lioard «f health was indefinitely postponed. TBMDAV'S PROCEEDINGS. Bills were passed in the council to-dav as f61 lows: For the protection of s'oek (o authorize school district N».t, Pembina county, to issue bonds tor building a school bouse concerning matei ial for a branch mint in the eity Dad wood incorpo rating tbe city of Sprinefield. In the houtie the following bills wore passed: To au'.horize lie commissioners of Minneliaha count* to isme bonds «f the said county co complete acount jail to repeal an act eoicrning corporations and persons engaged in the Iu*ifss8 of balking appropriating $40,000 tor the care of the insane appiopriatmg $30,000 for the erection of a building for the in sane amending the civil »nde in relation to loans of nionev amending th«- act. pro vidinga b«ard of education the tillage of 8ius Falls amending the public school law amending tbe »wt incorporat ing the city of Eik Point. The following billa were SB NT TO THB O VERNOR. for his signature to-dav: Relating to burning prairies in the Black Hills dis trict relating to the use ot brands and marks on livestock eafahlinhiti''a fence law in tbe Black Hills district incorpo* rating tbe village of Parker. Gov. Ord way to-day returned with a veto message the bill providing for the issiutice of bonds tor the construction of a court house in Pembint county. The house at once passed the bill over the mesthge by a vote of 21 to 3, and the bill was sent to tbe council. In committee of the whole a bill was reco-nmended to pass limiting the session* of county commis sioners to thirty-six ria\s each year to-morro». A redaction ot tbe amount of exemption was under discussion, and it was shown that tbcre was a deeded majority in the house (kvotable tu a amounts now general reduction of tlie allowed by law Tlie reg istry bill passed the bouse and will go to the council For additional Yukton newa see sec ond «,©. •. r. All members of tbe fraternity are cor dis!!* invited to attend a meeting at E. P. Wells' SOB^ P.M. Thursday, Feb. l?th, at 7 SO JAMESTOWN. STUTSMAN COUNTY, D. T., FEB. 11, 1881. An Interview with F. ... Delsss. Jamestown Land Jpornal, Jan. 1,1881. Meeting Mr. -Delano in a recent trip over the line, tjie representative of the Land Journal took advantage of the op portunity to obtain iufoiiuation from this fficinl souice r« guiding the intentions of the N. P. road during 1881. Mr. Delano superintendent of construction for the branch lines of tlie Company, and it if generally understood that his instructions from Presidaa*-Billings and the board of directors gave him lull power in the prem ises, being nothing less tlrnn to look over the grourd caiefully, and build a branch rond wherever and whenever the interests of the main line demanded it. If carried out, such instructions would involve the building of branches wheiever the same will either prove valuable feeders to or protect the trunk line from the incur. Mons of ou'side companies. Mr. Delano says positively \that the three Dakota blanches are all to be pushed vigorously another seflgon. The Casselton branch, which now extends from Caaselton to tlie Goose river, near Miiyville, will be ex tended in a northwesterly course toward he Turtle Mountains. These mountains areon'tlic line between Dakota and the British possessions, about sixty miles north and the same distance west of Fort Totlen, and this txtension of their road will probably pass about twenty miles east of Devil's Lake. By so doing, this line will open up a region of country equal in every re«»ard to any now tapped by the N. P. road, and the first fifty or sixty miles Vemg within their own grant. The Fargo and Southwestern branch has been permanently loea'.ed, and grade stakes set to the crossing of tbe Chey e.inc, near Lislton, in Ransom county, and but for the intervention of cold weather the engineers would have cxt- nd ed the suivev to Grand Itapids, on the James river. Mr. Delano says liis party will return to the work ^m-ly in the spring, and continue to Grand R-ipids This line will pats through Cass and Ran som counties into LnMourecounty wholl wi'liin the present grant to the company, ar.d for tbe whole distance through a rich fanning country, well w.tered, and with wme considerable timber. At Grand Rapids it will find a thrift settlement, and considerable development already made There is HISO E. a good water power at Grand Iiapids which will be improved immediately on the arrival of the road The experiment of navigating the James river below ?rand Rapids has proven that it cau be sucrssfull.v continued, and it is believed that as soon as this branch the P- shall re~.ch there two steam ers will run successfully between Grand Rapids and Columbia, and the N P. rad secure in this way the product of the James river valley for one bundled miles below Grand Rapids. The Jamestown and Mouse river branch will be built frotn Jamestown in a northwesterly urse following the gen eral course of the Jimes river, aud cross ing the use river at the big bend lu McHenry county, 120 miles fn here. The survey for this line has been com pleted, and Mr. Delnno gave every assur ance that work will be^in as soon ai the frnst leaves the ground. The writer has been (iver tl-e route ol this lat mentioned biancb, and has never seen anywhere richer or more fertile lands, nor a survey over which a road can be more easily or economically iHid. That there are rich deposits of coal in the Mouse river region it isweil known, so that this Jxuiestiw bran will nor only open tip and develop a tine agricultural country, but will give to the other line3 of the company's road in Dakota cheap fuel. The Northern Pacific has bwn slow to realize the necessity for branch liues as a measure of protection, self preservation, and profit, but now that they have taken the work In hand tliev indicate a purpose to make up lost time by rushing the work by the same vigor and determination that characterizes the new management in all its undertakings. These branches will Ttpen up millions of acres of choice lands, from which the settlers of 1831 can ike flrs and free selections. fEastsraat ft^tes. Pioneer Press. The war on emigrant rates between east* ern trunk liues has reached a ruinous stage of desperation. Acou-ding to the latest tanff issued by the truuk lines, and which bears date of Jan. 25, the special emigrant rate from New York St Paul is $14 4ti. According to the a riff sheets of the Chi cago roads, the rate f-r this class of travel from Chicago to StP«ul is $11 This I eaves the Eastern tmnk lines $3 40 per passenger for the baul from New York to Chictg i. The rate from New York to Council Bluffs, uuder the new trunk line tariff is $13 80 from Chicago to Council Bluffs, under the tariff of the western road-, $12 50. Thus it will be seen that the propoitlon due the eastern lines lor hnulipg an emigrant is oulv $1.80. Bismarck Tribune: Jamestow i« to have a daily newspaper about March 1, and the question arises, will Bismarck tiv to sus tain one? Will Bismaick merchants, though fewer ia number than those at Fargo, be as librral in their patronagd as those of our sister city Fargo lias boomed for three years largely through tne influ ence of its newspapers, but i*. did not reach its highest prosperity until The Daily Argus commenced its work. A daily newspaper is like a beacon jf light—it at tracts attention, and if well supported draws to the city in which it is puolijlied elements of prosperity. Cities now-a davs are judged by their newspaper. The Tribune's arrangetpen for antolding a daily are complete. Will Bismarck sustain one? Faigo Argus.- A newspaper is a win dow thro gh which men look out u|Mn tbe world. Without a newspaper a Joe Mills has a fine trade. Sow flax on yout new breaking. Mrs. H. Bush is seriously ill again. Henry Vessey, of Kldridge, has gone east. Attorney Dcdge is an oiator of marked ability. Justice Steinbach is building a man sion on his homestead. Business has commenced to pick up a little—just a little. Tbe Daily Alert has a larger city cir culation than the weekly. Wai4 Bill says that lie has just learned that it pays to advertise. The Northern Prciflu Wood Yard is being liberally patronized. Mr. Hyatt bad the misfortune to break his elegant liar glass last week. Klaus' mill is running regularly and is making a No. 1 grade of flour. Farm machinery agents have begun to shake tlie dust fram off their feet. The many friends of Mr. Murphy will Ike very sorry to learn tint he is quite ill. Campbell ia talking of putting in an immense stock of jewelry in the spring. The first issue of The Daily Alert will appear Monday evening about 5 o'clock. It is rumoied that Moore's where abouts after twilight are hard to define. It is predicted by old settlers that the present month will be a very stormy one. Joe D. Mills is now in business for himself audit is hoped that lie will suc ceed. Dakota hr not known so much snow at _one time, as it now has, for many a year. Mnjor Lyon is making preparati one for a large spring stjok of general incrchan due. Uncle Brand has A new stock of liquors and cigars which is second to none in the city. Thompson and Poole have been enjoying a little legal business during the past few days. The '.lumber business promises to be brisk in Jamestown during the coming season. Tlie remodeling of Mr. Curtin's mer cantile establishment is going rapidly for ward. A donation party in favor of Elder Fanning has bees suggested. Good scheme. It is rumored that Major Lyon will erect anew store on the north side at co distant day. Mr. Curtin will put in an immense stock of general merchandise about the 1st of Maich. Mr. S. Gaspell, manager of the cele brated Davenport farm, w^s down from Eldridge, Tuesday. Mr. Cuitin has_begun the erection of another.coal shed, or at least, an addition to the old oce. Tuesday was a beautiful day. Such days have been^ very numerous during tbe past winter. The Elder will undoubtedly do some thing, but just what that something is, oo man knowetb. Fuller is a bad man to buck against It docs not pay to try tiie bluff game un less you have tour aces. When you want a good shave or hair cut remember that the immortal Poole can accommodate you. The Alert has just received a new sup ply of artistic job type and beautiful bor der. Come and see us. Attorneys White and Nickeus make a good team. What rne does not think of the other is not likely to forget. The public are requested to notice Bush & Cor win's new advertisement. Those interested in grain will find it to their interest to do so. Messrs. Smith, Lathrop. Jordan. Kind iscUi, Steiubach and Murphy, are first class carpenters. Their cards appear in the weekly Alert Stutsman county politics are quiet, not withstanding tliecomiug man for our ter ritorial legislature, two years hence, has given himself away, as it were. We had no through ma:l last Monday on account of the heavy fall ot snow in Minnesota the day before. For two or ttireti days all trains on the Minnesota division weie blockaded It is hoped that our various and ambi tious fkrni machinery men will not want to make a farm machinery yard of the whole *own. It looks so much better to keep it all together. Those desirirg to have tbe Daily Alert delivered at their residences can be ao» commwlated by leaving their names at Tbe Alert office or post office. Subscrip tion, 60 cents per month. The Northern Pacific has done well so far. In spite of the severe storms'and mountainous suow man is shut up in a small room and knows liitl^ or nothing of what is happening outside ofbimaelf. In our day the newspaper will ktep a sensible man in sympathy with the world's current history. It i« an encyclopedia, an unbound book forever issuing and nevar finished. drifts it bas succeedt-d io keeping the western division compara tively clear of obat ructions. Elsbury's fkilure to bulldoze his coun ty bill through will in all probability have a damaging influence upon his land office scheme. While Mr. is to be ad mired for his ambition, he is also to be pitied tor a deplorable lack of good sense. John J. Nichols and wife have just re turned from an extended visiting trip through Indmnaand Michigan. Mr. N. is confident that hundreds of people will flock into Stiit?man county d'iriag the next sixty days from tbese two states. He succeeded io get:mg away with 500 copies of Wells' Land Journal to good advantag*. &&&*** its sf *t Vt- a '-0 .* 1 •A -i Rev. Mr. Peglow, tbe German minister, will preach in Jamestown Sunday. It is said that our quiet friend, Chris Timm. will soon take his departure fnm Jamestown. Mr. Timm has been a is very peasant citizen snd Jamestown will not be benefitted by his absence. Ministers are requested to bring notices of appointments for religions services and other meetings to The'Alert office, e-ery Saturday morning, for publication in Saturday evening's dally. The subjcct of the proposed discourse should in all cases accompany tbe appointment. There set ms to be & movement on foot move tbe U. S. land office from Fargo to Tower City. Tower City is a veif en terprising'little burg but it is in no way calculated to entertain a government land office. When the time comes for the re moval of that institution Jamestown should be made its next stopping place. It is reported that the Indians occupy ing the tepees on the north side of town, in the vicinity of Mr. HcKenzie's old place, are in destitute circumstances Up to last Monday, lor more tban a week back, all they had to eat was a dog they ha1 "caught onto" somewhere up town. Perhaps Uncle Sam had better gather his children into tbe fold. Great are the changes that have taken plaee in both our legal and commercial circles since our last issue. J. C. Nick ens. one of our most successful general merchanta, having sola'a half Interest in bis popular establishment to Joe D. Mills, of this city, it understood that Mr. Nickeus will become a 'oil fledged part ner of our enterprising attorney, Wm. C. White. Mr. N. is a lawyer of experience and unquestioned ability, and it is to be presumed that tbe air within their legal sanctuary will be fairly blue will) well laid schemes. Mr. Mills, who has very many warm 'friends in this city and county, will take charge of the store and run It for all it is'worth. Joe is a close business manager,]a good square fellow, and The Alert is willing to bet the heads of two "or three delinquent subscribers against a box of sardines that he will build up a trade which will fill bis pock, ets with lucre and his soul with delight So mote it be.. Several leading carpenters and contrac tors of this place have taken the pains to inform Tbe Alert that it did them a great injustice last week, by intimating that good carpenters could find emplrymcnt in Jamestown during tbe earning building season. Now it is not the intention of Tbe AUrt to in any .degree injure the pros pects of any tradesman or mchanlc in Jamestown. It desires to see everyone do well, and is opposed to any means tint would result in over doing any kind of business, providing the men occupying the field are worthy and capable. While it is a fact that there are many so called carpenters here, it is equally true that tbere is a deplorable scarcity of first clitss workmen. Last season good car penters were hard to find. Every man who could saw aboard or make ST. a mark, was in his own opinion, straight a cirpen- ter, and as a matter of course demanded $2 50 per day. It is not the' business of The Alert to say who are good carpen ters or who are not, but there is one fact that must appear uppermost to all, and that is. that there are more wood-butch ers in Jamestown to day than good car penters. First-class workmen can never succeed so long as the greater portion of their business is being manipulated by botches. It is, therefore, in tbe opinion of The Alert, essential to both carpenters and citizens that a change take place. Ciraad XaHaeraM.Ball. Tli ere will be a grand masquerade ball for the benefit of tbe Jamestown Cornet Band, at Lambert,Smith's, on the evening of Washington's birthday, Feb. 22d. The following programme will be acted previous to tbe dancing First.—Comic pantomine, by Dromeo and Pedro second.—comic panVimine, the Dutchman's revenge third.—comic pantomine, Pamtilunatic shot out of sight. Tickets, including sapper, $1 per couple. Beat IstiteTnaaftra. Tho following transfers of real estate in Stutsman county have been mads for the week ending Feb- 5th, 1881. Lake Superior A Ptiget Sound Co., to Apolonio Klaus and Robert Hager, Jf of ne sec35, tp 140, 84, 80 acres, $800. U. S. to Elijah D. Lathrop. nw Jj, sec 4. tp 140, 64, $382. Joseph Mason to Johnson C. Nickeus. ne J^, sec 4, tp 1SS, 63, $500. James Winslow and S. K. McGin nis to Wm. Beidetman, all sec 9 tp 141, 64, $2080. War* MIL tk« Crwcrr Tlssl The great clearing oat sale at S. F. Lamberts', under tbe sapenrision of Mr. Ward Bill, still continues with increasing interest. From all parts of tlie city, get as well as from the most remote neighbor* hoods in the tural districts^ cntne men, women and children with market baskets anxious to take advantage off the induce ments being held out by thin popular bouse. Probably tbere tea never been a time in tbe histury of Jamestown when tbe public could ail kinds chantabie plunder of will not always eoatiaae. aer» at so now. But of low afigwre as cowae this stata of tluaga Aa sooa aa tbe bulk of the present dock is disposed of by Mr Lambert the saia wilt protiotriy OUM. Those who would btm terieb ia thta world's goods should go and buy bo fen it Is avsrlistingly to late. NO. 29 TELEGRAMS TO THS ALSBT. Specials to Tha Alert. WASBUfOTOff. I WASBIFCTOK, Feb. 11.—'Resgan PAUT/FEB. 11.—At S £0 says Carta* made ill-nctwed and uagenetona' flings at the bouse committee on oon*-| merce. Cox replied and this wiangle IHJ»| tween the two continue! far sometime, The bill was,'then considered. ITnBpkrejrf said that the Superior harbor, one of the finest in the world, got- only $$,000,| while tbe harbor at Dulutb got $25,000. Not a dollar was appropriated far the 3 Mississippi which would benefit the whole country. It seemed to him thai the opposition came from the represents- tives who did not get what they wanted for their districts. Regan then moved that the committee rise and report tte bill to the hooae. Co* raised a point of order and demanded tbe reading of the Mil for amendment. The chair sustained tbe point and ruled that the bill must le read by sections. Keshan appealed to tlie chair, and was sustained by a vote of 193 to 6. After further debate the committee and the house adjourned. I* -IVM BED MAS. 4 ST. PAUL, Feb. 10.—A ^Poplar river special to the Pioneer Press ssys: A do tail from Ilges' command, campoeedo two companies of the Fifth infantry, have been sent to the camp of Black Catflsbs' Yanktonak Sionxs, near this post, to de mand the surrender of the hostile Unca papas. Btsck Catfish attempted resist ance, and the party and troops'took p*» session of the camp and arrested tbe chief and forty-nine Yanktonais and took them to the fort. About forty Unca papas were captured at the same time. They are now under guard at Poplar river, with the other captured and surrendered hostile*. Tbere are now 700 of these captured Sioux at Poplar river and Fort Buford to he disposed of as tbe government shall de cide. Black Horn, a noted hostile chief, is among tbe captured Uncapapas. He will be taken to Buford in irons. I I OIL G-*B» CP. -if this morn ing an explosion occwiad in Archibald Mchurmeier's oil refinery, followed by .a fire that destroyed the whole works. The building and fixtures cast from $15 000 to $20,000. The loss on stock will rcach nearly $10,000 The entire insur ance ia about $20,000. Two men perished in the flames. THB LSG1SLATUKB. YASKTOS. Feb. 11.—No notice 1MM reached here yet from Washington with regi rd to tbe extension of time for the aessioa to sixty days, and it seems prob able^now that the labors of the preaent body are diawirg to* a close. Much re maioa to be done yet, and the friends of the Pierre capitol and others are mors than busy MORS TOR GOULD. NEW YORK, Feb. II.—'The Interest of James Wilson Brooks in the Evening Ex press bas been sold to an unknown prin cipal. It is rumored that Jay Qould who purchased in accordance with tbe op ponent policy, is attempting to obtair control of the New York aseociated press FLOOD. ^COLUMBUS, Feb. 11.—The Sciota rivw hss not been so high for twelve years at now, it havirg ris« nine inches sine mai Ding The Io?. Uuds west and soutl of the city are flooded. Families are com pclled to abandon their homes and prop «*y. SHA.LL POX. NE* YORX, Feb. 11.—A rasp of th city bas been prepared, which is dotted show places where rases of small pox hav been discovered between January 1st an February 5th, Eighty six cases have bee rrported in that time—twenty-nine eon mtrated in two acres, enclosed by Pear1 Park, Chatham and ('anal atreeta, includ tbe|wholeof the old Fiv« Points. Tb other forty-Bias cases are distributed ovc Manhattan Island in blocks built wit tall and wretched tenement booses. ''XM HIRE DISASTER. SALEM, O., Feb. 10.—An explosion fire damp occurred in Maver ft Co 'a en mine this aftercoon by which a hole wt blown through fifteen feet of earth con posing the roof, carrying death' and di struction all around. Twenty men wei at work in. the mine six of wliom we: killed outright and a number dangeroasl wounded. a. r. General Manager Sargent has issued circular sppointing the genial J. M. Ha naford general freight gent and Mr. Ge K. Barnea, late of the Northwestern, ge eral poaaencer and ticket egent. Mr. Ha naford is long and favorably known tl whole length of the line as a tboroof business man and obliging gentlema Mr. Bnrnea tarings to hie new position experience gained under the complete ay ten in- ugurated by Dr. Stennett, of tl$ Northwestern, tliaa whom no more the ougt, systematic, accurate and reilat executive estate. I have a few bus be la mere of ebof clean Roasiaa la which I will exchnit for wheat, oats, barley of greenback in lots to suit the purchaser. He*dpi ten «t L. Lyon's store. J. Furniture of al! kinds.v Kitnni Xuf, We waat to sett goods cfceep, qoently, we waat to sell for rwh, •I Nicamm~ Nickeus ft Mills km fanned nersbip. Call oo thtns. Staple and fancy gMrtftv, hota if caps, clothing, bowls and riMt, furniatong goods, esuckety, meats provisions, at Nickeas ft Utts'. Nickeus ft Mills dent sett goo cost nr loss tbaa half east. AR tbe hotels In Jamestown ase Aee four, ft is warranted. -U NKCMB ft A accounts dae f, C, to settled.