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•. A. ALLEN, Nounj I'uUlm
Paints and Oiis,
It. M. WINDOW,
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I W A A E
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GRAND
AlLLiEN & DODGE,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
And Negotiators of First Mortgage Loans.
0fiOO,©OO TO Z-OAIT OXT IMPROVED 1«.&STDS.
T»wn Lots and Farm Property for sale also, Homesteads, Pre-emption an Tree
Claim Relinquishments.
Business before the U. S. Laud Ofiiee promptly attended to.
Insurance effected in the most reliable companies- All business attended to witl
Promptness and Dispatch.
The Original James River Valley Boomers
The Greatest Advertisers of the Jim River Valley.
The Largest List of Bargains in North Dakota.
The Largest Sales in the James River Valley.
E. P. WELLS & DUDLEY,
Office with the James Itiver National Bank, Jamestown, D. T.
If you want to liny or Sell Improved Farms,
Wild Lands, Houses and Lots in Jamestown,
Lots in (jJ rand Rapids, or to Loan or Borrow
Money you will serve your own Best Interests
By Calling on or Writing to this Pioneer Agency.
JAMBS R- WI^SLOW,
•yv'nolosale and Heta.il ealer in
LUMBER, LATH AND SHINGLES,
Smb. Inn, iiiiMs, Miagi MMjg Pa[icr, fe.
Building Supplies Furnished to Contractors.
3D^-"VZ2D
JanesliM, Dakota, Kesjs Tiie Largest, Best an! Only Complete Stock of
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
In Stutsman County, which he will sell at the Lowest Cash Price.
X-i. SILL,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
A27JD 2TOTASTST FT7BZXG.
Legal Business Promptly Attended fo,
Cohtested Land Claims before the Local and General
Land Ujjices made a Specialty.
Jamestown, Dakota.
Hf t* —imaa—
CHTJUCHIL &
Grocers and Druggists.
Teas, Coffees,
Canned Goods,
Pork and Hams,
Drugs, Medicines,
W. E.
Stationery,
School & Blank Books, Lamps & Chimneys,
KLAUS BLOCK, JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA.
It. E. WALLACE, Pres. S. K. McUisnb, V. Pies
The First National Bank,
JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA.
I E O S
I N I S
A. A. ALLEN, of Allen & Doilge,
H.
T. BUSH,
of Bash & Cor win's Grain Elevator.
YOUR BTTSIETESS SOLICITED.
IT* All inquiries in regard to the country promptly answered.^!
Strangers should have their mail addressed to our care.
MXXiXJS BUCK,
Groceries and Meats ol All Kinds.
Flour and Feed, B^ots and Shoes, Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Crockery, Stone and China Ware.
and in fact, everything usually found in a store oj
General Merchandise.
HENRY VESSEY,
—DEALER JX—
General Merchandise!
DODGE
Sugars and Syrups,
Jb lour, Wooden ware,
Tobaccos and Cigars
Fancy tioods,
N
A. IBVIN, (Jasbier.
Capitalist.
Ileal Estate.
Att'ys at Law,
President.
D. T.
ELDR8DCE,
A complete assortment of Groceries, Dry Goods, Hardware, Tinware, etc. Ialsokeeft
ftjll pnpjily of Flo'ii. Oat=, Corn, Potntoe*, and all kinds of Merchantable produce. Ii
fact) I have everyta.nt tint is c^lcu'atc I to nmkc the woil
H. T. ELLIOTT,
General Land Agent!
—AND DEALER IN—
tallroad. Government, and Deeded Lands, also, Grand Rapid* Town
Lots. Contracts made with non-residents for breaking
and improving their lands.
RAPID8.
I ii? J:»: -W? iV
DAKOTA.
OTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
Land Office at Fargo, D.T. April 4, 1883.
Notice is hereby given: hat the follow in named
settler has filed lioticeof hisintention to make final
prof in support of his claim andseciiretinal entry
he re of 6 a of a 1 8 2
Fred Clark, D. S., No. 8,405,for the N ES( of
sec. 14. tp 139 n, 65 w. and names the following
as his witnesses, viz:
Vernon Cornwell, Frank Loomis, Sa* ford lloff
and Wm. 15. Martin all of Stutsinun county, I. T.
The testimony to be taken before Johnson C.
Nickeus, clerk of the district court, and A. A.
Allen, notary public,at Jamestown, D.T., on the
4th day of May, A. D. 1882, at their office.
And you, Chas. M^unt, who made 1). S. No.
'488, for said tract, March 7tli 1881, are notified to
appear at his office on said day, and show cause,
if any there be, why the said Fred. Clark should
not mane final proof and payment for said land.
IIOHACE AUSTIN, Register.
ALLKN & DODGE, Attorneys.
N
OTICE O FINAL PROOF.
Land Office at Fargo, D. T., April 3,1882.
Notice in hereby given that the following named
settler has tiled noticcof his intention to make final
proof in support of his claim and secure final entry
thereof on the 9th day of 51uy, 188a, viz*
John Slilstuad, i. 8. No. 7,723, for the sw of Sec.
31, Tp. 141, K.65 w,and names the following as
his witnesses, viz.
Frank W. Eldridge, S. Glaspoll, J. B. Mat­
thews and Wm. Kelleren, all of Stutsman county,
D. T.
The testimony of claimant to be taken before
Johnson C. Nickeus, clerk of the district court at
Jamestown, I). T., on the 6th day of Maj, A. D.
18S2, at hiB office.. Testimony of witnesses to be
taken before A. A. Allsn, notary public, same day.
HORACE AUSTIN, Register.
ALLEN & DODGE, Attorneys.
OTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
Land Office at Fargo, D. T., March 23d, 1882.
Notice is hereby given that the following named
settler has tiled notice of his intention to make
final proof in support of his cl.iim and secure filial
entry thereof on the SJTtli day of April, 1882, viz:
Daniel It. Long, II. E. No. for the nw of
sec 18, tp 142. n, 64 w, and names the following
as his witnesses, viz:
Mirhuel Slurpliy. B. Kichaid?, I?. W Fuller
and E. Scuwelienbucli. all or aHUinan county,
D. T.
The testimony to be taken before Johnson C.
Nickeus, clerk of the distr.ct court, lit James­
town, D. T., on the 2-ltli day ol' /ipnl, A. II. 18b2,
at his ollice.
N
N
OTICE.
IIOKA CE AUSTIN Register.
ALLEN & DOUSE, Atl'ys.
OTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
Land Ollice at Far( o, 1). T., 1882.
Notice is hereby yivon that tuo toilowi ng named
settler has tiled noticcof his intention to miiku linul
proof in support of liis claim and secure liual entry
[hereof on the 8th Hay of May, J882, viz:
Andrew S. Weld, M. S.No. 6H.i5, for the S. E.i of
see. 24, tp 14U n, Co w, and names the folion iny
as his witnesses, viz:
Jas. Wiuelow. Joe D.Mills, O. I. Weston,
lleury Weston, all of Stutsman souniy, D. T.
Ttte testimony to be taken before Niekeus,
clerk of the district court at .Jamestown, T, on
the Cth day of May, A 1882, at his offices.
lloHACK AUSTIN, Register
E. P. Wells & Dud'.ey, Attorneys.
OTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land office at Fargo, D. T., Mar. 27, 1882.
Notice is hereby given that the following named
settler lwis tjli notice of his intention to inake
final proof in support of his claim on the lJtli day
of May, A. D.. 1S82, and that said proof will be
made before Johnson O. Nickeus, clerk of the
district court at Jamestown, D. T., on the 9th day
of May, 1882, viz: Jeremiah Collins, for the S. W.
of sec. No. 26, i.i tp 140 n, of rCj. He names
the following witnesses to prove his continuous
residence upon, and cultivation of said lund, viz:
Harry Cornwell, Hugh liole, Joe 1). Mills, David
Curtin, all of Jainestowr, 1). T.
HORACE AUSTIN, Register.
U. S. Land Office. Fargo, D. TMarch 28, 1882.
Complaint having been entered at this office by
lJ. Dewey against Charles It. Smead, for
abandoning his 'limber Culture entry No. 3,598,
dated Nov 13th, 1879, upon the ne Ja sec 22,
tp 138n, 63 w, in Stutsman county,Dakota, with a
view to the cancellation of said entry in that lie
has wholly failed to break either the first or second
five acres during either the first or second year
after making his said entry the suid parties are
hereby summoned to appear at this office
on the 2nd day of May, 1882, at 10 o'clock,
a.m., to respond and furnish testimony concerning
said alleged abandonment.
HORACE AUSTIN, Register.
IIAZEN & CLEMENT, Att'ys for Plaintiff.
Suu.iuon*.
Territory of Dakota, ifj Justice's Court, County of
Stutsman—ss.
Before Albert A. Allen Justice of the Peace.
S. F. Lambert, Plaintiff, vs. T. B. Harris, De­
fendant—Summons.
The Territory of Dakota, sends Greeting:
To T. B. Harris, defendant:
You are hereby summoned to appear before me
In iny office, in the Tillage of Jamestown, in said
county, on the 15th day of May, A. l. 1882, at 10
o'clock a. m., to answer to the complaint of the
above named plaintiff, S. F. Lambert^who claims
to recover or you the sum of Fifty-Three and
Fifty-Nine One-Hundrcdths (S53.59) dollars, for
rent of house and repairing same, said house be­
ing the property of plaintiff in Jamestown, D.T.,
occupied by defendant under verbal lease and at
defendant's request.
And you are hereby notified that if you fail to
qppegr apt) answer said complaint as above re­
quired, said plaintiff will take judgment against
you for the sum of Fifty-Three aud Fifty-Nine
One-Hundredths ($53.59) dollars, and costs and
disbursements of this action.
To the Sheriff or Constable of said Stutsman
county, greeting:—Make legal service hereof, and
due return.
Given under my hand this 3d day of April, A. D.
1882. ALBERT A. ALLEN,
Justice of the Peace within and for Stutsman
couuty, D. T.
Vacation Notice.
To whom it may coiicei.,
Take notice that the undersigned will apply to
the district court for Stutsman county, third judi­
cial district of Dakotu Territory, at the next
May term of said court, appointed to be held in
and for said county at the court house in the vil­
lage of Jamestown, on the 9th day of May, 1882.
at the opening of said court on that day, or as
soon thereafter as counsel can be heard, for the
vacation of that certain alley, twenty feet wide,
running north and south through the center of
block forty-five (45) in Klaus' First Addition to
the village
of Jamestown, in said county
WHITE & HEWITT, Vtt'ys. E. P. WELLS.
Dated Jamestown, March30, 1882.
DON'T
Purchase your goods before calling
at the
SioreiiiSj) ill wood.
We keep a first-class stock of
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
And will not be undersold.
Ea^an & Tilden.
CASKETS aid BURIAL CASES
And a Complete Line of
N E A I N O O S
A. STEIJVBACH,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR.
j-^R. J. W.CLOES,
XDerrtist-
Office in Lloyd's Block. Jamestown, D. T.
F. M. BROWJY,
Furniture Dealer.
Parlor and Chamber Suits, Matresses
and Pillows,
Wall Pockets, Brackets, Pictur
Frames, Coffins and Caskets,
Sewing Machines and Organs.
4th Avenue.
BALDWIN, M. D.,
3
PHYSICIAN & SCRGEON
Office, day and night, ground floor,Vason
Temp'e, corner 4th Ave and id St. Offic« hoar
KSflt 8 to a.
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Proceedings of Village Board of Trustees.
.JAMKSTOWN, I). T., April 10, 1882.
Tlio Hoard of Village Trustees met in
regular session at H:30 p. in., J. T. lJusli,
president, in the chair.
Present—J. T. T. Busli, David Curtin,
Lewis Lvon, J. J. Flint, John J. lioper.
The president and trustees then teok
the oath of ollice.
The resignation of W. W. Bill as clerk
was tendered through J. T. Bush and ac­
cepted, and D»AVitt C. Flint was appoint­
ed village clerk on motion of J. J. Flint,
seconded by Lewis L)'on.
J. F. Vennum was appointed street com­
missioner on motion of Lewis Lyon, sec­
onded by J. .1. Flint.
E. S. Miller was appointed village mar­
shal on motion of David Curtin, seconded
by J. J. lioper.
Wm. C. White was appointed village
attorney on motion of L. Lyon, secnoded
by J. J. Flint.
"The president appointed the following
committees for the ensuing year, viz:
Finance—David Curtin, Lewis Lyon, J.
J. Flint.
Judiciary—John J. Roper, David Cur­
tin, Lewis Lvon.
Fire—J. J. Flint, Lewis Lyon, David
Curtin.
Printing—David Curtin, Lewis Lyon, J.
J. Roper.
License—J. J. Flint, Lewis Lyon, David
Curtin.
Assessments and Taxes—Lewis Lyon,
David Curtin, J. J. Roper.
Streets and Bridges—J. J. -toper, Lewis
Lyon, J. J. Flint.
Cemetery—David Curtin, Lewis Lyon,
J. J. Flint, J. J. Roper.
Paupers—J. J. Flint, Lewis Lyon, J. J.
Roper.
Pounds—J. T. Busli, David Curtin, J.
J. Flint, J. Roper, Lewis Lyon.
The following bids for printing were re­
ceived, viz:
NorHi Dakota Capital—For printing
ordinances, one-half legal rates proceed­
ings of meetings, no charge, lint the pro­
ceedings to he condensed to newspaper
form for all job work, regular established
rates of ollice.
Jamestown Alert—Printing of proceed­
ings, free: ordinances, 2o cents a lolio for
first insertion and 11 cents l'or second in­
sertion job work at reasonable rates.
On motion of Lewis Lyon, seconded by
J. J. Flint, the public printing for the en­
suing vent* lie awarded to .Marshall Mc
Clurc of the Alert.
The followin salaries were established:
Treasurer,
Village clerk, §250 per annum.
Village marshal, $200 per annum.
Village attorney, $300 per annum.
Street commissioner, $3 per day when
actually employed.
Fire warden* $3 per day when actually
employed.
On motion of J. -T. Flint, seconded by L.
Lyon, John Moore was appointed chief
engineer of the lire department.
The appointment of a lire warden was
laid over until next meeting.
It was moved by David Curtin that the
room in the rear of the engine house be
funished for meetings of the board and
that the chair appoint a committee to buy
such necessary furniture, including stove,
and prepare the room for occupancy at
the next meeting of the board. The mo­
tion was seconded by J. J. Flint and car­
ried.
The chair appointed J. J. Flint and L.
Lyon as such committee.
'The bonds of the various officers for
the ensuing year was fixed as follows:
Clerk, $500 treasurer, $1,500 marshal,
$200 street commissioner, $200.
On motion the meeting adjourned to
meet on Monday evening, April 17, at &
o'clock, at the engine house.
WAf. H. CAMPBELL, Clerk.
Per Wm. C. White, Depnty.
Jamestown, D. T., April 17,1882.
The board of village trustees met in
regular session at 8:15 p. m., J. T. Bush
in the chair.
Present—Messrs. J. T. Busli, L. Lyon,
J. J. Flint, and J. J. Roper,
The proceedings of last meeting were
read, aud on motion of Mr. Flint, second­
ed bv Mr. Lvon, were approved.
Moved by Mr. Lyon that the report of
A. F. Douglass be accepted and placed
on tile, which was seconded by Mr. Flint
and carried.
E. S. Miller was appointed fire warden
on motion of Mr. Flint, seconded by Jlr.
Lyon.
The motion of Mr. Lyon, seconded by
Mr. Flint, that the treasurer's salary for
the ensuing year be $150 was rescinded.
On motion of Mr. Roper, seconded by
Mr. Flint, the treasurer's salary was fixed
at $100 for the ensuing year.
'1 he resignation of A. Steinbacli was
accepted 011 motion of Mr. Flint, second­
ed by Mr. Lyon.
John S. Watson ts appointed village
justice 011 motion of Mr. Lyon, seconded
by Mr. Roper.
Moved by Mr. Lyon that II. J. Ott's
bond bo accepted, seconded by Mr, Flint
and carried,
E. S. Miller's bond was accepted on mo­
tion of Mr. Flint, seconded by Mr. lio
per.
DcWitt C. Flint bond was accepted
on motion of Mr. Lvon, seconded by Mr.
Flint,
On motion of Mr. Flint, seconded by
Mr. Roper, the meeting adjourned tomeet
on Monday evening, May 1, at 8 o'clock
p. m., at the engine house,
DEWJTT C, FLINT,
Village Clerk.
Proceedings of Board of County Commis­
sioners,
In session at 10 o'clock a. 111., on the
15tli dtjv of April A. 1)., 1S82.
Present—Nickeus and Mora
11,
Minutes of last meeting were read and
approved.
The board then adjourned until 2 o'clock
p. m.
A petition was presented by A. Klaus
asking a rebate 011 tax assessed in year of
1881.
On motion it was laid over urtil next
meeting.
Applicat ion was made ant} bonds pre­
sented bv Mason & Selimitz for a license
to rctail'liquors in the town of Eldridge
for nine mcntlis from 1st of April inst.
also by P. A. Campbell & Co. for a li­
cense to retail liquors in Jamestown for
nine months from 1st of April inst.
On motion bonds approved and license
granted.
Fellows and Hart a*ked for correction of
the assessment of 1881.
On motion the clerk was ordered to in­
vestigate the matter and report at next
meeting.
A. Stembach, justice of the peace,
made a report for the quarter ending
April 3.
On motion the report was accepted and
the fees, $(i.25, allowed.
John S. Watson, justice of the peace,
made a report for the quarter ending
April 3.
On motion report accepted and fees,
$10.90, allowed.
A. Steinbieli, acting coroner, made a
report of the inquest {on body of John F,
Hunter.
On motion report accepted and fees, $3,
allowed.
Bill of John S. Watson, as an acting
coroner, for $3, laid over until next meet­
ing.
Hoad orders No. 22, for $6.75, and No.
127 for $12.50, District No. 2, were can­
celled and county orders issued.
S. J. J. Brown, coroner's juror, was al­
lowed $3.20.
Geo. W. Vennum, freight paid, allowed
$1.62.
Mrs. Barlow, countv goor, allowed
|15.
Petition presented bj- H. J,. Inman and
5 1
1 5
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others asking for bridge across Beaver
creek and Buffalo creek 011 town line road,
between ranges 04 and 65, townships 137
and 138.
On motion laid over until the next
meeting.
On motion the board adjourned until
10 o'clock a. 111., 011 the 24tli day of April
A, D., 1882.
The Caledonia mine has made eleven
assessments aggregating $500,000.
The Homestake has declared ita forty
third dividend of $30,000. Total oaid to
March 25th, $1,290,000.
A gld brick weighing 1,400 ounces was
the result of the clean-up of the Home
stake 80- stamp mill from a fourteen days
run.
It is claimed by the Herald that the pe­
troleum springs, near Jenny's stockade,
will yield two barrels per day from surface
drippings.
A strike of ore that goes $500 to the ton
has been made in the Homestake. It lias
been an open secret for some time that as
the drifts have been extended south the
ore has been getting richer.
VILLAGE ORDINANCES.
Ordinance No. 5.
The President and Trustees of the Village of
Jamestown de ordain as follows:
Sec. I. All keepers ot saloons, shops, or any
other plac-s of ny name 'vhatever for the use of
strong, spirituous or malt liquors, to be drank on
the ofeinises, are he
ruby required to close or cause
to be closed their respective saloons, shops, or
places of business, at or before the hour of eleven
clock l'. m., and to lc.ep tlie same closed until
the hour of live o'clock in the morning and all
keep.rs of shops, stores and places of business of
anv name or nature whatever doing business with­
in "the village of Jamestown, except in such cases
the territorial statutes provide to the contrary,
shall keep the same closed during the entire day
011 the Sabbath.
Sec. II. Any person included in the terms of
this ordinal.ee who shail violate any of its pro
visions, shall, upon conviction, be punished by a
line of not less ilum live dollars nor more than
fifty dollars, aud costs of prosecution.
W. II. CAMPBELL, JONATHAN T. Brsu,
Village Cle:k. President.
Ordinance Xo. t.
The President and Trustees of the Village of
Jamestown do ordain as follows:
Ser. 1. No person shall feirdle, cut down, de­
stroy or willfully injure any shade tree or trees
standing or plunted 111 or along any of the streets
of the village of Jamestown, and any person vio­
lating any provision of this ordinance shall be
punished by a fine ol not less than five dollars nor
more than one hundred dollars, and the costs of
the prosecution. PROVIDED, however, that this
section shall not effect the right of the owners of
uny lot or parcel of land in this village of remov-'
ing 01 cutting trees standing on the side of any
street adjoining his own lot or prernis«s, nor the
right of the village officers to remove any trees
winch the board of trustees may order to be re­
moved or cut down.
Sec. II. No person shall at any time fasten
any horse or other animal to any ornamental or
shade trees in any of the streets of the village ot
Jamestown, or to any box or protection around
such trees, without the consent of the owner of
such trees, nude?a penalty of three dollars for each
und every offense. JONATHAN T. BUSH,
W. II. CAMPBELL, President.
Village Clerk.
Ordinance No. 7.
The President and Trustees of the Village of
Jamestown do ordain as follows:
Ne person shall ride or drive any horse or horses
upon any street or alley ill the village of James­
town faster than a trot, nor at greater speed than
at the rate of six mile® pc hour, under a penalty
of Hi rue dollars for every offense,
W. 11. CAJU'BELI.. JONATHAN T. BCSH,
Village Clerk. President.
Ordinance Xo. !.
file President and Trustees of the Village of
Jjiin. slow 11 do oiilam as lollow.-:
.Nil mi uev ur liecpjr uf uliy hoie. mule, cattle,
swine, siieep or (Killitry shall let tile tame run at
large 11 11 any public street, alley or grounds
within the vi 1 mg.j uf Jamestown, and any person
vinliitijijr any provision ol 1I11* section shall be lia
,ile to ua\e such animal impounded, aud for such
purpose a pound is created and established on the
grounds of Waller S Carr, in bloek 25 of the vil­
lage of Jamestown, lots JO and 17. The owner of
such animal shall pay to the person who takes aud
impounds such animal, the sum of 87 cents for
such taking and impounding of such animal, and
the sum of 75 cents and reasonable costs of keep­
ing such animal, to Waller & Carr, and the owner
of such animal shall be liable to prosecution there
for. und if judgment is rendered against him there­
for, shall pay all costs of such prosecution and
sach animal may be held for all such costs and ex­
penses. JONATHAN T. BUSH,
W.H. CAMPBELL, President.
Village Cl«rk.
Ordinance No. 12.
Ordinance 11 is h#reby repealed and Ordinance
4 is hereby amended so as to read at follow*:
Ordinance 12: The President and Trustees of the
Village of Jamestown do ordain as follows:
Sec. 1. It shall be unlawful for any person or
persons whomsoever, who are not residents of the
village of Jamestown, to hawk or peddle any meat,
produce, merchandise or wares o! any kind what­
ever within the corporate limits of the said vil­
lage, unless the same shall have been raised,
grown or manufactured by such person or persons
in Stutsman county or any county naturally trib­
utary thereto, without first having obtained a li­
cense for the same as hereinafter pi«vid«4
Sec. 11. Every person desiring to obtain a li­
cense as a hawker and peddler in this village
shall, in person or by his authori/.ed agent, make
his application in writing to the village clerk of
this village, containing a statement in what man­
ner the applicant intends to travel or trade,
whether on toot or with a team or beast of burden.
Sec.111. Every applicant, before he shall be en­
titled to such license, shall pay to the village
treasurer the following duties: If he intends to
travel on foot, the sum of five dollars for three
months or fracuon thereof if he intends to travel
by team, with not more than one horse, the susi of
ten dollars forthe same time if with two Uw'aes,
the sutn of fifteen dollars for tbs &ait|« tijao,
Sec. IV. Such Utieftses shall be signed by the
president and countersigned' by the village clerk,
and shall specify the manner in which tUe appli­
cant ,'hall be licensed to travel and the length of
time for which it is U»ed,
Seo.V. Any person violating any of the pro­
visions of this ordinance shall be lined not less
than one dollar nor more than twenty-five dollars,
and costs of prosecution. J."P. BUSH,
\V. H. CAMPIIELL, Village Clerk. l'rea't.
By Wm. C. WHITE, Dep ty Clerk.
Approved March 24th,
1882.
Ordinance No. 13.
The President and Trustees of the Village of
Jamestown, ao ordain as follows:
Sec. I. All that part of the village of James­
town lying between Pacific Avenue on the south
and tourth Street on the north, and between
Third Avenue on the east and Seventh Avenue on
the west, is hereby established as a fire limit.
Sec. II. Within the limits aforesaid no build­
ing shall be erected in which any fire is to be
used in stoves or otherwise, without sufficient
brie*, chimneys being constructed therejeu-, to be
approeed by Uie village Fire Wflr$t(! &tti} chim­
neys to extend above tuof every instance at
least two feet and RO stovepipe shall
'be extended
through tie roof or sides ot any such buildina ex­
cept by permission of the board of trustees of the
village of Jamestown, at any regular or special
meetiug,
Sec. III. Within the limits aforesaid, no hay.
straw, manure in quantities, or combustible ma­
terial whatever, shall be exposed to the elements or
allowed to accumulpte except within a building
or buildings provided for that purpose.
Sec. IV. Erery person who shall be guilty of
violating any provision of this ordinance shall be
fined not less than five dollars nor over fifteen
dollars for every offense. J. T. LCSH, President.
W, 11. CAMPKELL, Clerk.
By WM, C. WHITE Depury.
Approved March 24,1»S2."
N
OTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
I". S. Land Office, Fargo, p. T,, April'40th. 1S#2.
Notice is hereby given that the following named
settler has filed notice of her intantion to make
final proof in support of her claim and secure final
entry thereof on the 23d day of May 1882. viz:
Mary Ann Means. D. S.No." for the S.
N
L.
GEO. W. VENNUM,
County Clerk.
The Black Hills.
lj
OTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
N.
W. and S.N. K. of »ec. 12, tp 139 n, 64 w,
and names the following as her witnesses, viz:
J. 11. Sears. John Swain. J. W. Craig and Hat
tie Sears, all of Stutsman county. 1). T.
The testimony to be taken before J. C. Xtekeus,
clerk of the district court, a»d A. A, Allen, notary
Siblic.
at Jaineftovn. D. T., on the Sfth day of
ay, A. I®®! at their office.
HORACE AUSTIN, Register.
Allen & Dodge, Attorneys,
Land Office at Fargo. D. T., April. *th. 1S82.
Notice is hereby given that the following named
settler has filed noticc of his intention to make
final proof in support of his claim and secure
final entry thereof, on the 23d day of May, 1882, vir.:
Peter Wojziek, D. S. Mo. 356, for the S. W. of
see- 14. tp 141 n. 6* w, and name* the following
as his witnesses, viz: Martin Jaszkowski. John
Stompks. Peter Fried and Albert Kokette. all of
Stutsman county, D. T.
I The testimony to be taken before Jol nson C.
I Nickeus,clerk of the district conrt. ana A. A. AI
len, notary public, at Jamestown, I). T.. on th«
iOth day or May, A. I. lSRS. at his office.
HORACIAcirm,EcgUtei.
Alien Attorwjs,
&ai
MoK. LLOYD. W. M. LLOYD, JB.
Lloyds, Bankers,
DO A'GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
EXCHANGE BOUGHT AND SOLD ^principal cities of United
MOXKV FOB KETTLGBS TO PROVE UP and on DEEDED LANDS, ftt LtVUt BaH
on Longest Time.
53P~3pecial attention paid to the preparation of all pap connection with
final proof, sept'
WAR! WAR! WAR!
McCormick has commenced suit against manufacturers of Auto­
matic Twine Binders as infringements on his patent. If
you would get the best and controlling
Harvester and Twine Binder,
Call on his agents at ouce anil give your orders, or they will be
unable to supply the demand. First orders first filled. We
shall not be able to fill orders after June 1st.
Our goods are all of the best make, -such as
J. I. Case Steam and Horse Power Threshers,
D. C. Van Brunt Seeders, Monitor Sulky and Walking Pfows,
All Iron Harrows, Wood Harrows, Spring Tooth Harrows, Disk Pulverizers,
Eclipse Wind Mills, Pumps, McCormick Iron Mowers,
Monitor Sulky Hay Bakes.
Whitewater aud Star Wagons, Buggies Carnages At.
ALSO HARD AND SOFT COAL.
In fact Anything and Everything from a Corn Planter up,
For Farm Use.
GOODRICH & JOHNSTON,
Corner Sixth Aevnue and Front Street,
KMP
Learned Bros.&Hathorn,
General Dealers in
HARDWARE!
Farming Tools and Household Goods.
Corner Front St. and 4th Ave,
2Tear
th.e Elevator.
BUSH CORWIN,
—PROPRIETORS OF--
JAMESTOWN ELEVATOR!
50,000 Bushels Capacity!
PAY CASH FOR GRAIN
ALSO AGENTS FOR
WALTER A. WOOD'S'
Harvesting Machinery I
"And the Celebrated*
Jackson. Truss Rod "Wagons!
constantly on hand a supply of Wheat, Corn an«l Barley.
Flour, Feed, Corn and Oats.
States and
Europe. «|g
Highest Prices Paid fo* County and School Order*.
•^5:
Jamestown, D. T.
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