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First-Class (jowls.
Those wishing to purchase fust-class
goods in the line of flannels, tricots,
cashmeres and all other dress goods,
should go to T. I!. Van Wyck's 4th Ave.
Dry Goods Store.
Saskatchewan Wheat:
1 have 2000 bushels line Saskatchewan
wheat grown from Brundages seed which
yielded 37% bushels per acre and for
which I paid $1.50 cash per bushel. To
avoid storage and to give farmers gener
ully a chance to get this choice seed 1
will exchange one bushel of Saskatche­
wan for one and one halt bushels of com
mon No. 1 hard. Only in round lots of
SO or 100 bushels and for thirty days.
(Jail and examine sample.
No. 15-4t
E. P. W ICIJ.S.
Next week ten thous­
and dollars worth of
clothing at auction un­
der Klaus hotel.
Money to loan on good farm
or city property. Yearly inter­
est, payable Nov. 1st.
RODERICK ROSE.
Opposite Klaus House.
Sheep for Sale.
Having lost all my
hay by prairie fire I will
sell 500 sheep at a very
low figure. Address
O. D. WESTON,
Kldr'uleie, Dak. JNo. Jl!-2t
For Sale.
Oheap horses, buggies,
carriages and harnes­
ses, in any way to suit
purchaser and on easy
terms.
A.A.ALLEN..
No. 16-tf
FARM TO RENT.
320acres near market
all under cultivation,
good buildings, for
three years. To a
thorough farmer with
teams and machinery
to operate such a farm,
very favorable terms
will be given.
E. P. WELLS.
The greatest chance
ever offered in James­
town is the selling at
public auction, Com­
mencing next Wednes­
day, of Shoenberg's en­
tire stock of ten thous­
and dollars worth of
bo? sand men's clothing
and other goods, under
Klaus hotel.
Our Pingree LHIer.
EDITOR
WEEKLY ALERT.
In my last weeks letter 1 stated "that
the proprietors of the Pingree elevator
paid farmers, Jamestown prices for their
wheat. I am now informed that Florence
must have an interest in getting farm­
ers to sell their wheat to the elevator or
she would have stated in the Alert that
whilst Jamestown prices were paid, all
wheat now purchased by the Pingree
elevator company was graded as No. 1
and No. 2 Northern, regardless ot quality
and consequently farmers jeality lost
several cents per bushel by selling there,
as freight to Duluth was exactly the same
from Pingree, as from Jamestown.
In reply to this, 1 would inform my
criticising friend: First, that "Florence
B" haa no interest in farmers selling their
wheat at Pingree or elsewhere, except
the natural wish that they will get the
full worth for their wheat sell it where
they will. Second, that my authority as
to prices paid being same as in James­
town, was good, and Third, that my in­
formant on prices did net make any men­
tion in regard to wheat grading at this
.point and for that reason and Unit only,
.it was not mentioned.
The wild geese have arrived, and now
goose pie is fashionable
Al. Conant's many friends will be
pleased to learn that be is recovering
(although slowly) from his long spell of
sickness.
Several of Pingree's brave sons and fair
daughters have gone to the United States
—or rather have entered the United
State—of matrimony, during the past
two weeks. Is it possible that the cool
mights are stirring up the boys to get
partners ready for the chilly-light-a fire
in-the-stove—bosinesg-of. the
cold- morn
ings-of-the-coming-winter?
I understand that Herman Grannishas
been commissioned postmaster at this
place. Mr. G. is very young, but it is hoped
that the complaints of Inefficiency and
carelessness at this office during the past
few months will now be heard ne more.
A. A. Wild, our newly made benedict
and bis better half will "trip o'er the
to England next month.
In Pingree the Alert is highly compli­
mented on its new form and its increased
sue. It may now truly be called the
metropolitan newspaper of the James
River Valley.
The manager of the Edmunds elevator
reports wheat coming in briskly, a large
proportion ot which is fto. 1 hard.
Prairie fires have destroyed most of the
amall trees on the west side of Jim lake.
Slowinan cut and harvest Ins crop
of corn (the celebrated big ton variety)
on Sunday last.
John Price proposes putting the finish­
ing touches on his new residence during
the present month.
Pingree's artistic carpenter and con­
tractor, George Smith, has nearly com­
pleted the new Conant residence and
most of my lady friends agree that said
residence is indeed a "thing of beauty
and a joy torever."
The game of base ball does not seem
to have many admirers in Pingree, but
base burners and west point heaters are
neing hunted up out of cellar corners by
ihe careful pater-familias who seeing
hat the busy little gopher has retired
from summer business about decides that
we are going to have an early winter and
jrepares accordingly.
Apropos of above, farmers say that it
rain that is required, not winter.
FLORENCE
Pingiee, Oct. 5th, 1885.
B.J^
FOSTER OLNTY NEWS.
(From the Carrington News.)
I,nst Sunday morning Sept. 27th, Rev.
R. B. Tobey asked for contributions to
the building fund of the church so as to
pay oil the small. remaining debt. Thi
first to step forward, was a stranger here,
out a member of a well known banking
bouse in Jamostown, who left his signa­
ture for the handsome sum of twenty-fivt
dollars.
Superintendent Foley, of Jamestown,
the accomplished chief of Stutsman coun­
ty educational interests, was a visitor at
the News office Saturday, 2Cth, ult.
Rev. R. B. Tobey ana wife and Mr. and
Mrs. J. Morley Wyard went as delegates
from the Carnngton church to the an­
nual meeting of the Congregational as­
sociation at Fargo.
The advance in price of number one
hard has brought a considerable quantity
of grain into town. Station agent Shar­
key reports that so far there has been
more grain shipped from Sykeston than
Carrington.
MARRIED—September
30, at the resi­
dence of the bride's father, Carrington,
by Rev. R. B. Tobey, James G. Wyard,
and Maggie S. Buchanan.
The Carrington Congregational church
will, shortly be greatly improved bv a few
finishing touches that are indeed badly
needed.
The Foster County Teachers' institute
held its third meeting in Carrington the
26th instant. The exercises of the morn­
ing, owing to the late arrival ot some of
the teachers, were adjourned until 1
o'clock p. in., when the program was
taken up, and, as far as time would per­
mit, were carried out and discussed in a
manner that not only reflected great crcdit
upon the teachers of the county but
showed that they were persevering and
earnest workers in the cause they repre­
sent. All the teachers of the ceunty
were present, and the class drills in or
th igrapby, geography, and language, ler
by Misses M. E. Eatabrook, K. Neeham,
and 1. M. Carter, assisted by the institute
were ably conducted plainly showing
that the leaders were masters of the sub­
jects in hand. The superintendent ot
schools for Stutsman county, Mr. P. II.
Foley, of Jamestown, was present, and
delivered a short and able address to tlu
teachers, suggesting some ot the best
methods of instruction, and as be is a
person of great experience in an educa­
tional sense his remarks were those of a
practical teacher. Among the thoughts
uttered by Mr. Foley, was the admission
that it was indeed a rare thing that the
county superintendent could say that all
the tcachers of his county were present,
and that this, if nothing more, would
crown it a perfect success. The insti­
tute after tendering a vote of sincere
thanks to Mr. Foley for his presence al
the meeting, adjourned until the last Sat­
urday in May, 1886.
lUKNES COUNTY NMVS. S£3£
(Culled from exchanges.)
A freak of lightning is thus told by the
Valley City Democrat: On Sunday night
lightning struck the house of A. N. Sut­
ton, six miles north of Valley City, pas­
sing down the stove pipe and striking an
iron kettle, driving the feet into the floor
so firmly that it required considerable
force to pull it out. No damage of con­
sequence was done.
Kobinson's circus drew a large nmnbe
of people into town, but not so mary as
there would have been had it been held a
couple of months earlier. The heavy
rain on Sunday night laid the dust nice­
ly-
Albert Crow living about eight miles
north of Valley City lost most all his
grain and farming stock by a prairie fire
one day last week. Wylie's threshing
crew, in the neighborhood, raised a purse
of $30 and presented it to liim.
The Record says it is reported on the
streets, that if our merchants don't stop
buying wheat that the elevators will es­
tablish and stock up a large store, tlr's
city.
The Times says that lion. 11. W. Ben­
son is now so far recovered from lus re­
cent illness and consequent amputation
of his foot, as be at his office daily, and
his numerous friends express their con
gratulations.
The Sanborn Enterprise says th*t stone
mason oung is pushing along the Epis­
copal church at a lively rate nowadays.
He has five masons at work and expects
to have the walls up tn two or three
weeks.
The Pacific express on one morning
last week ran into a hand car between
Sanborn and Valley City throwing it off
the track and smashing it all to pieces.
The men just got out of the way in the
nick of time. The accident was caused
by a heavy fog which prevailed.
Died near Sanborn W. W. Chapman,
aged 23 years. The deceased had long
been afflicted with a fibro-plastic tumor
on the neck, which some months ago
took on a malignant form, baffling the
skill of the physician.
RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL.
—General Booth says his Salvation
Army will number 30.000,000 in 1900.
—The lady students at Chautauqua
this year outnumber the gentlemen
three to one. Even the business school
is largely composed of young ladies.—
Buffalo.
Express.
—Rev. Charles Babbage has been
pastor of the Unitarian Church at Pep
perell, Mass., for fifty years. He thinks
he has earned a rest and has resigned.—
Boston Journal.
—The Episcopalians have decided to
build a memorial church at Gettysburg.
It is to contain memorial windows, and
contributors to the building fund are to
have special privileges for themselves
and friends.—Philadelphia Ptets.
—Call it magnetism or what you will,
there is a something about some preach­
ers that makes them more agreeable,
more entertaining and more popular
than others, even if they do not know
half as much.—Pittsburgh Dispatch.
—There is a school at Sweet-wood,
«u.. a remarkable peculiarity of which
is that of seventy-one pupils each and
every one is related to the teacher and to
each other. Only one of the scholars is
over fifteen years of age.—Chicaqo
Herald.
—Sam Jones, the revivalist says:
'•Some of you little sinners arc sitting
around here wailing for salvation to
strike you as it did St. Paul. God ad­
justs his ammunition to the size of the
man he is after. Mustard-seed shot will
do for you."
—A member of the rhetorical class in
a certain college had just finished his
declamation when the professor said:
"Mr. do vou suppose a general
would address his.soldiers in the manner
you spoke that piece?"' "Yes, sir, I do,"
was the reply, "if he was half scared
to death and as nervous as a eat."—Chi­
cago Times.
—The new system of teaching Arabic
in a shorter period at Constantinople,
instituted by Ibrahim Eflendi, having
proved successful on trial, the Sultan
has giyen a house for a college in which
there are now 150 pupils, It is expect­
ed that system will leave more time to
the Ulema for European and other
studies.
—Students are graded at Princeton
in six groups. The athletes stand well
down in the ranks, according to Presi­
dent McCosh. Fifteen of the twenty
seven are in the lowest two grades, all
but seven are below the middle, and
only two get up into the second grade.
The doctor is in favor of athletics, but
believes that excessive bodily exercise
takes too much time and attention.—
N. I". Post.
—The cross which the Princess of
Wales recently gave to St. Peter's
Church, St. Louis, is of guilded brass,
with triple formed points, beautifully
engraved, with four Irish crystals at its
extremities and a garnet set in a royal
star at the junction of the cross. It has
been placed upon a brass pedestal of
three steps, on which the inscription is
engraved: "To the Rector andCougre
ation of St. Peter's Church. St. Louis,
rom Her Royal Highness, Alexandria,
the Princess of Wales, 1885.
WIT AND WISDOM.
—Since no one is perfect, it is wise
to be sparing in criticizing others.
—In the great game of life the devil
pitches the ball for idleness to bat.—
Whitehall Times.
—The man who gives his son a toy
pistol is the one who bangs his hair.—
AR. 21 Journal.
—As one fountain is lilled by the
channels that exhaust another, we
cherish wisdom at the expense of hope.
—"If I can not have the fat of the
landlcaa take a little lean," said a
tramp, as he rested his shoulder against
a lamp post.— Oil (Ji.li/ Derrick.
—The Maharajah Dhuleep Singh
own 17,000 acres of land in England.
He is going to split his name into pick­
ets and fence in his land.—Chicago Sun.
—When a man tries hard to impress
you with the knowledge that he is well
connected, it may be taken for granted
that he feels the poverty of his own
worth, and banks mainly with borrowed
capital.—X. )*. Examiner.
—"What celebrated King ate grass
asked a teacher. ••Nebuchadnezzar,"
was the reply. "Why did he eat grass?"
"'Cause his mother cooked it along
with the turnip greens," shouted little
Tommy Wingate, who had undergone
experience in the matter.—Chicago
Times.
—An American who saw a cockfight
in Mexico writes: "The bird that had
swooned was bathed with cold water, its
throat moistened by a wet feather, a
cloth held over it to keep otl' t^e sun
and pieces of smoking wood put under
its nostrils and over its comb. Thus
stimulated it resumed the tight."
—Somewhere in the West a sable
knight of the lather and brush wa9 per­
forming the operation of shaving a
Hoosier with a dull razor. "Stop!"
cried the Hoosier. "that won't do."
"What's the matter, boss "That
razor pulls." "Well, no matter for
dat, sah. If the handle don't break, de
beard am bound to come ofl. '—f'hicaqo
Tribune.
—Said Bass to Dr. IVUeteer, who is
iu the Homeopathic line, 'How does
your 'like cures like" work in a case like
this, for instance: A friend of mine, no
matter how warm he may be when he
goes to bed, soon becomes chilled and
suffers great pain inconsequence. Now,
what would vou recommend in his
case?" The. "doctor replied, without
stopping to take breath. "A coun­
terpane, of course."—no^tonTraiiscript.
—The commercial traveler of a Phil
adelphia house while in Tennessee ap­
proached a stranger as the train was
about to start and said: "Areyou going ,|AMKSTOWN,
on this train "I am "Have you any
"baggage?" "No." "Well, my friend,
you can do me tt favor and it won cost
vou anything. You see, I've two big
trunks, and they always make me pay
extra for one of them. You canget one
of them checked on your ticket, and
we'll euchre them. "See?" "Yes, I see
but I haven't any ticket." "But I
thought you said you were going on this
train?" "So I am I'm the conduotor-"
'•Oh!'1 He paid extra, as usual.—N. T.
Independent
The Bismarck Journal says: Before
the mill passed into the present bands
Burleigh county farmers were unable to
sell wheat for money at any price, much
of the time, and very often they could
not dispose of it even for trade. Now
Bismarck is one of the best wheat mar­
kets in the territory. Wheat is selling
for 86 cents in northern Ohio and lndiaua,
winter wheat at that, and for 73 at Bis
marck. The elevator has also been an
excei lent thing for Bismarck. These two
institutions are the most beneficial im­
provements made at Bismarck.
Official Directory.
TUllUITOltlAL omcEns
Governor,'/!. A. Picrce.
Secretary, J. U. Tcllor*
Treasurer, James W. KaymunU.
A ne-i tor. K. W. Caldwell.
Sup'tof Public Instruction, A. 8. June*.
Surveyor General, Cortcz Fvwetidei!.
Judge District Court,Sixth Diet.—\V. II. l-'r.ncic,
COUNTY OFFICIO lis.
Sheriff, A. McKechnio.
Attorney, S. L. Glu»pell.
Clerk and Register, L. B. Miner.
Treasurer Geo. L. Webster.
Assessor, O. A. lloynton.
Probate Judge, II. J. Ott.
Coroner, J.T. Eager.
Surveyor. U. P. ildeu.
Co. Sup'tof Schools, P. U. ioliy
Clerk of District Court, Clius. 'I'. Jim*.
County Coiiiiitisslouers, !.'. liuek.
Geo. 11. Wo (ttmry.
I'BOVISIONS.
Granulated sugar
A sugar
O wuiinr.
Rio coffi-e
Japan tea
Kirk's i-oap
Flour per 100 lb*
Potatoes, por bushel
B»'*t butter por lb
Epf?n, |K-r dozen
Lath
Urick
Lime
COAL.
NORTHERN PACIFIC COAL COMPANY.
J. W. SHERIDAN.
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Mayor—•!. ii'iiut.
Clerk—A.C. McMillan.
Treasurer—Joe D. Mills.
Attorney \V. E. Dodge.
Police Magistrate—L. Ilajrward.
City Engineer—'T. K. JJrr.ncli.
Chief of Police- M. II. Schmitz.
Aldermen--First Ward, B. M. llick*, S Miliei,
Second Ward, Wm. Spangcnberg, Dame. E.
Ilughcs. Third Ward, !•'. A. Coneliuy, 1. Al
Kellehci. Fourth Ward,C. Sol vUljje, Thos. S.
Collins.
JAMESTOWN MARKET8
WHEAT
No 1 hard. ,|M-1 lin Vll
.. 11 lbn.'~»$l 00
....IS" 1 IW
13 IK
....« 1 oc
.. ..40 to 75c per lb
tttbnr* for 1 00
2«0
30
iri to
:ts
MEATS.
Roast
Boil
Pork
Veal
llaruH
lommon hoard!
Jommon dimension
Fencing
Floorirg
Drop s'ulin"
.. 8 26
... 8 00
...uer bbl 1 50
AND
WOOD
FLOUR
A.ND
FEED
SOI.F. AGENT KOlt
pes
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AUBERTIN,
Contractor and Builder
AND (iENEIiAI. WOOD BUTCHER
Moving Houses a Specialt-u
Shop cor 7 live, a Front St., Jamestown
ELEVATOR CO.,
DAKOTA.
HIOHKST IMRMIT PRICE
pun K»it
GRAIN!
Liberal advances, at a reasonable
of interest, made on grain stored in
elevator.
is.tr
J. T. BIBB,
JOHN VENNUM, PROP
Ait kinds of hauling and weighting done ocshoit
notice. Will also take contracts forbtiildtug claim
banties. breaking and tree plan
tin r.
more money tlian at anything else by
taking an agency for the be«t selling
book out. Beginners succeed graiidly.
.None fall, Terms free. Hallett Ilook
Co. Portland, Maine.
WIN!
Send six cents for postage,
and receive free tt costly box
of goods which will help you
ito more money right away
A PRIZE
than anything else in this world. Alt of either
sex succeed from first hour. The broad road to
fortune opens oofore the workers, absolutely sure.
At once address True & Co., Augusta, Maine.
In presents given away.
Send us 5c postage and
by mall you will get free
ft package of goods of
$200,000!
large value, that will start you in work that will
at once bring you in money faster than anything
else in America. All about the $200,000 in pres­
ents with each bos. Agents wanted everywhere
of either sex, of all ages, for all the time, or spare
time only, to work for us at their homes. Fortune*
for all workers absolutely assured. Don't delay.
H. Hallett & Co., Portland, Maine.
Northern racltlc Kallro&a.
si. Paul Jfc Ex|.rots .1:00 t. m.
Atlantic Express 9:0."ip. m. »:irp. iti
WEST BOUND.
factBc Express 8:00 a. m. 8:10 a.
Dakota Kxpreng 12:50 p. m.
Express^"Freight 1.00a. m. 1:15 a til.
JAMESTOWN A N01ITHEKN.
Trains will run daily on Jamestown & Nortberi
to Carrington and New Rockford and bctweeL
Carrington ana Sykeston Tuesdays, Thursday
»nd Saturdays, leaving Jamestown at 8:30 a. in
and arriving on return at 7:40 p. m.
POST OFFICE HOURS.
M. O. Open from 8:30 to 5 P. M.
lit to 12
7 to 10
15 to ao
JO to 22
30
..]XT $14 to
.. 16 to
18 to St
20 to 41'
... sKto 32
MA1I.S CLOSE.
No Change of Cars
BETWEEN
ST. PAUL AND PORTLAND
(IN ANY CLASS OF TICKET.
EMIGRANT SLEEPERS FREE
THE ONLY ALL RAIL LINE To THE
"YELLOWSTONE PARK!"
FOP full informat'on as to Time, Hatos, etc.,
Address,
CHAS. S. FEE,
Gen'l Pasi. At., St. Paul. Minn.
NORTH QAK0TA RANK I
JAMESTOWN D. r.
Ateral Banking Business
Done a I. itȣhrMiclie*.
attention tn
Civ. ?|Tilll
COLLECTIONS.
PASSAGE TICKETS
To ami from Europe at lowest poHpitilc run*.
ALSO LOAN MONEY ON IMPROVED FAFM
On loi'ii time.
J. A. .1. MIKK-rs,
Philadelphia,
H. M. BICKFOMI,
W
I lock haven. I'
It. M.WlNiTOW,
.lameMowi !.
A. A. AI.LKN
.J.-uneMinvii, |l. T.
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ELEVATOR CO.
JAMESTOWN, I). T.
Own and operate Elevators at the fol­
lowing points on the Northern Par lie
Hail road and branches.
Bloom,
Melville,
Eldridge.
Windsor,
Buchanan,
No. 12-41
rate
our
Agent.
Edmunds.
Jamestown,
Carring'toii,
Sykeston.
New Itockford.
Are prepared to do a gcueral {•rain
business and respectfully solicit patronage
for the same Highest cash price paid
for grain.
A. O. CHAMBERS.
Gen'l Manager.
JAMESTOWN
Cigar Manufactory
THON & TESKE.
489 Front Street
Thon & Teske are experienced work­
men and use the
BESTrMATERIAU
The trade ol Jamestown and surround­
ing towns respectfully invited. 243-tf
Neut/.cl'a old stand.
Front
EAST BOUND.
Arrive. Depart.
St.
Gr0O. B.
P.
Kast bound
East bound
West bound
West hound
Carrington, Tuesdays,Thursdays, Sat­
urdays,
Grand Rapids, LaMourc, Ellendale, etc
8:00
7:10 A.
8:00
7.30 A
7:00 A
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
Gray, Durham and Corinne, closes ev­
ery Friday 8:nn A
MAII.S AllTUVE.
From East 1:S5 A
From East 7:30
From West t»:io 1'
From West 9
Carrington, Tuesdays, Thursdays,Sat­
urdays 7:00
Office opens 8:30 A.M. closes7P. M.
O^tn Sundays 1 rom J2 in to 1 •. ui.
A. W. KEI.I.EY
Northern Pacific
RAILROAD.
THE DIRECT LINK BETWEEN
SAINT PAUL,
MINNEAPOLIS.
Or DULUTH,
Minnesota, Dakota. Montana,
Idaho, Vasbinstflii Territory,
OREGON.
British Columbia, Puget Sound
AND ALASKA.
Express Trains Daily, to which are attiiclitd
Pullman Palace Sleepers
AND
DININ6
ELFGANT
CARS.
?. s. riTzaEsit.LD
(succEsairo
•wy liny having been destroyed by fire 1 have concluded to butcher several bun*
lml he in I of stock and retail them out at. a low figure. Those wanting first-class
mcnt« should call at once on
1
J~.
23.
SOLE AGENT FOR BEST COAL IN MARKET.
Front street, corner Third aTenue.
THE ROYAL ROUTE
Chicago, St. Paul,
MINNEAPOLIS & OMAHA
Chicago & NortliweskTH R'v
THE
Snor.TEST AND
TO
CHICAGO,
33. FITZG-HTB, A T«P.
COAL and WQOD
Lime, Plaster and Cement.
Cor. Fourth Avenue. Opposite Stutsman Co. Elevator.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRALERS IN
Coal. Wood, Plaster
LIME AND CEMENT.
•W. EL X503DGKE,
Attorn ey aad Counselor at Lav
ATTORNEY for the city of JAMESTOWN,
TK1AL OF CAUSES A SPECIALTY. Practices in all the Terntoria. and U. 8
Courts, U. S. Land Office and Interior Department. Office in Curtin & Oreen's block
TKi.EPnoNE CONNECTION. JAMESTOWN, D. T.
FIFTH
Livery and Feed Stable
By J. A. MOORE.
First-clauas Rigs alwaiy* on hand
WHICH CAN BE HAD AT REASONABLE RATES.
Teams and Guides Furnished Land Hunters.
w. GOODRICH,
I.
ail.i'c contemplating comiDg to
cur,lilars rcgair'
fitnirm'. Artdro'H
DEALER IK ALL RISC* Of
FARM MACHINERYv
WILBOE
Jamcptown in the spring arc requested to write me for pricr*
"ter
JI
•mil cur,"lars regarding any kind of machinery ilepired or for any other^infonngljon jjertadinf to
A.
DEALER IN
FLOUR and FEED,
Hay, Shorts, Oast, Bran, Middlings, Etc.
ALL C.OOD3 BEST QUALITYj{ANDJLOWEST MARKET PRIOR.
Goods Delivered^to any Partfof the City.
N"e-w Oorn'Meal J"nstj Beoei-ved-
Xo. I.", FIFTH AVE. S. JAMESTOWN.
BEST ROUTE
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with Dining Cars, Elegan
Day Coaches, and Palace Smoking Room
Sleepers on all trains from Minneapolis
and St. Paul, through Eau Claire ano
Madison, with choice of route via Mil­
waukee.
THE CHICAGO, ST. PAUI
MINNEAPOLIS & OMAIIA K'Y also run?
through trains south-west from St. Pan.
and Minneapolis to Sioux City and Coun­
cil Bluffs, with Sleeping Cars through
without change^o St. Joseph and Kansas
Citv, and is theciiort, quick route St. Paul
to Ues Sloines. North-east from St. Paul,
through trains are run to Ashland, Wash
burn and Bayfield, Lake Superior and
from Eau Claire to Superior City, whert
connection is made for Duluth. But this
route to Chicago is what the Manager?
take pride in, and because of the smoot:
steel rail track, well ballasted road bed
the best Day Coaches, Sleeping anc.
Dining Cars that money can procure,
courteous and attentive employes, and
with trains always on time, it is rightly
named
"T3M Royal Rout*."
Try This RNIC irhea J«a travel.
F. B. CIARKK, T. W. TBASDALE,
Gen' TrtfficManager. Goa'l Piwwfft Ag
ar.
PAUL
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U. S. MAIL.
Uncle Sam is one of our bMt
salesmen. Every audi brings
us a large number of orders
from out of town customers,
who obtain from us a superior
quality of Clothing at a very
low price.
Men's All-Wool Winter Suits $8 0(1
Men's All-Wool Winter Overcoats.... 10 00
Boys' All-Wool Winter Suits a 00
lkys' All-Wool Winter Overcoats 7 00
We are complete outfitters
for the whole mankind.
*3" Our Beautiful Illustrated Catalogue
and Boles for Self-Measurement sent FREE
to any address. Goods sent on approval
any part of the West Address
BOSTON
"One-Price"
CLOTHING HOUSE,
Comer Third aad SstMft Streets,
ST. PACT* MIX.
»I tV
RAILWAY.
Now completed between
FARGO AND ORTOHVILLE
t* prepared to handle both
FreifM aid Famaier Tralc
Withpromptnem aad Mfetr.
Connecting at Ortonville wtth the Chicago Mil­
waukee A St. Paol System, the Firp A Southern
thns make* another
GREAT TRUNK LINE
to all Eastern aad Southern SUM. ,,
The nOFLn till ia npctb ia all ita ap­
pointments, elegant coachea, Pnllmaa Steepen o«
all nicht trains, and ita rmtee ate always a* low
and time as quick as other line*.
When yon GO EAST or COME WEST try *e
Itrfo 4fc tontkKB.
Trains leave Fargo for Minneapolis, St. Paul
and intermediate etatkma, at 730 a. as. Arrive at
Fargo from St. Paul aad Minneapolis at p. a.
Ticket* for sale at all principal statims for St.
Panl, Minneapolis, Chicago and all eastern aad
southern atatea.
For further Information-addresr,
C.J.
EDDY,
Gen. Fit. and Pasa. AfcatFar
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