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Money to loan on good farm
or city property. Yearly inter
est, payable Nov. I st.
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,
Klilriilsje, Dak. -No. IC-2t
For Sale.
Cheap 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.
No. lfl-4t
APPLES.
Our first car of choice
winter apples will ar­
rive in a few days. See
them before buying.
CHURCHILL & WEBSTER.
No. 18-2t
tiirl Wanted.
Apply to Mrs. W. E. Dodge, near court
liouae. #15 per montli will te paid for
tb« right kind of a girl.
First-Claim liooils.
Tl.'ose wishing to purchase lirsl-class
good* iu the line of flannels, iricois,
caabmeres and all oilier dross goods,
should go to T. B. Van Wyck's 4th Ave.
Dry Gooda Store.
Taken lip.
Two ponies (branded G) one dark bay
weighs 850, one light, bay weight about
itfiO, one has halter on other has rope
around neck. Light buy has gash cut oq
left fore knee. Call pay expense and
lake same away. JOHN .1. NICHOI.S.
Nnftkntcliewan Wheal:
I have U000 bushels fine Saskatchewan
wheat grown from Brundages seed which
yielded 37,'£ bushela per acre and frr
which 1 paid $1.50 cash per bushel. To
•void Horace and to give farmers gener­
ally a chance to get this choice seed 1
will exchange one bushel of SSaskalche
wan for one and one bait bushels of com­
mon No. 1 hard. Only in round lots of
50 or 100 t»u9bels and for thirty (lay.
Call and examine sample.
E. !'. Wixi.s.
White Metal Plating.
\V. J. C»ok respectfully calls the atten­
tion of ranneis and their wives in the
vicinity of Jamestown to the benefit of
liia plate on knives, forks and spoons. It
saves t.11 scouring and will last for years
and makes your case knives and forks
look like silver and your worn silver like
new. Pick them all up auil have them
made belter than new. Spoons also
plated with the same plate.
Office at residence Ml Fourth avenue
south, Jamestown. No. 17-2t
Mealed rropflHitta.
Sealed bid# will be received by F. P.
ttennis, at Eldridge, Oak., until Oct. 10,
inclusive, 1885, for the construction of a
anhool liouae in the Mt. Pleasant town
»hip, (tp. 138, r. CO) about eight miles
south and east of Windsor, pay-uent to
lie in cash as soon as building is complel
?!.
I'lans and specifications can be seen at
Supt. Foley's office Jamestown, Dakota,
and at G. W. Nash's store, Windsor, Da­
kota. The board reserve the right
IO
re­
ject any or all bids.
No. 16-2T- F. F. DKNNIS, Clerk.
Nvtice Special Election.
Noticc is hereby given that on Satur­
day the 17lh day of Octoher, 1885, at the
engine house in the city of Jamestown,
county of Stutsman, Territory of Dakota,
an election will be hel I for the election
of an alderman tor the 2d ward of said
city, to fill the vacancy caused by the
resignation of Win. Spangenberg, which
election will be opened at ten o'clock in
the morning and continue open until live
o'clock in the afternoon of same day.
A. C. MCMIM.AN, City Clerk.
Dated, Jamestown, October tith, 1SS5.
17w2
l'astlMMfNl.
JAMF-STOW.V, Oct. 11th, 18S5.
The fair proposed by the Catholics of
Jamestown to ite held on the 26th of Oc­
tober will be postponed until the 23rd of
November. Understanding that we have
been Inopportune in publishing the date
in which our fair would take place, we
then heartily concede the right to the
Lutherans and apologue for baying in­
fringed upon their feelings. The ladies
of the Catholic congregation arc unani­
mous is defeiring the lair and 1 coincide
with their wisi^es in its postponement,
P. C'ASSIDV, Pastor.
Tha Baptist chapel is now being paint
el a new coat by Mr. Karcher.
t'osmt COUM'V NEWS.
From the Oarrin .'toi Newt.)
The school house is undergoing needed
repairs, and. when the new seats arrive
and are put in, it will be second to none
hereabouts in point of comfort and con­
venience. Carrington will soon hear the
sound ol' a public bell, as the committee
have ordered one of four hundred poutds
weight to be hung in the school house
tower. As soon as the repairs are com­
pleted, the school will be opened for jthe
fall and winter terms.
Our church edifice is now in the hands
of the workmen for long needed improve­
ments. In a few weeks it will be carpet­
ed, and the new chandelier will be put
in. The outside of the church building
will be thoroughly painted and with the
new cresting and finial for the roof and
tower, the unattractive outside will be
changed into a thing of beauty.
Mr. B. 8. ltussell, of Jamestown, a tal­
ented ldvman, who has done acceptable
work in the same manner in Jamestown,
Spirit wood, and elsewhere, conducted
Episcopal service in the Carrington ma­
sonic hall last Sabbath morning.
Mr. Moses, in the employ of Col. Oil­
man, l'ingree, met with an accident
which came near being fatal on Thursday
last. He was hauling lumber from Car­
rington to his claim at Barlow, when
within about a hundred yards of Mr. Bar­
low's house the wagon broke down and
threw Mr. Mases out- He fell under the
wagon, his head c.tching between the
spokes. He thinks there were three rev­
olutions of the wheel before he extricated
himself. One wheel also passed over bia
chest. Notwithstanding the severity of
the accident he walked without assist
ance to Mr. Barlow'8 house, fr.-m which
place he was brought the same evening
to Carrington. He is now at the Kiik
wood, under the care of Dr. Warren, and
though his injuries are very painful he
will no doubt fully recover. Mrs. Moses
is with her husband.
KII)JEK COUNTY 9IEWS.
(From the Steele Herald.)
A petition has been in circulation the
past few days, and which has attached
the names of a large majority of the bus­
iness men and citizens of Steele, asking
the Northern Pacific tailroad officials to
locate the new depot on their right of
way just west of Mitchell Avenue, south
of the railroad track.
Mr'Geo. E Vincent, a citizen of Daw­
son, had the misfortune, last Thursday
afternoon, to lose his threshing machine
and a stack of wheat, by Are. While
threshing on his farm, about a mile south­
east of Dawson, a spark from his engine
set tire to the stack, near which the
threshing machine was standing, and all
effoits to save one or the other proved
unavailable. While the stack was burn­
ing, and before the thresher caught, the
engine was backed up to it and made
fast by chains, but every pull snapped
them, and the machine had to be left to
be burned.
Steele has $15,000 invested in watar
works and sewers, and not a drop of
water to be had. If Are should occur, so
far as our costly town pumps are con­
cerned, wc could not go', a drop af water
either to put out the Are or save threat­
ened property.
That isafood tale they tell of Mr.
Shaw, who, while out gunning a
few days since, sneaked for half a mile on
his hands and knees to get a shot at a
Hock of geese, and when lie reached
shooting distance found they were tin
decoys.
Frank 8 Whipple, who has a claim on
2, 130, 73, has just finished threshing his
grain, and reports a yield of wheat, on
sixty-tive acres, of 1,257 bushels oats on
eighteen acres, 595 bushels and barley on
seventeen acres, 342 bushels.
Charles James and Frank Egan, who
were up before Justice Fridley on a pre­
liminary examination on the charge of
receiving stolen horses, knowing them to
be stolen, were discharged, no evidence
having been found sgainst them.
Charles Green, who has a claim on 17,
141, 72, about twelro tniles northeast o!
Steele, lost two horses by thieves last
Wednesday niglit. They are described
a* a span of bays, heavy and young.
IIAHNF.S COUNTY NKWH.
(Culled from exchange*-)
Valley City Times Prof. Cowen. who
has been suffering from illness for the
past two weeks, has so far recovered as
to begin his school duties, and school re­
opened on Monday.
Aineng the. features of the coming
dance of Conipnny on Thursday even­
ing uext, will be the presentation of a
silver life to Major John O. Black, and a
set of ebony silver mounted drum sticks
t« Lieut.. A. J. Henry, in appreciation of
the services of these gentlemen at the
reccni encampmcnt.
The KecortI: An election for commis
sinneis for the Third, Fourth and Fifth
commissioner districts, wiN he held in
this county on November 3d. Appoint­
ments made to the position expire, an
cording to law, at tbe first annual or
general county election.
A new string band, under the leader­
ship of Lars Hotter, a musician of con­
siderable reputation, has been formed in
this city.
The Democrat: A ten acre field of
wheat raised by W. E. Joues, yielded 430
bushels, an average of 43 bushels to the
acre, l'rotiy good, we eall this.
Sanboin Enterprisi: F. H. Adams of­
fers to the man who will put up a good
hotel all the ground necessary for the
purpose just west of the depot and cor­
nering on the county road, not three
hundred feet from the (iepoi.
A barn on the old Chandler farm, to­
gether with a span of horses, was burned
to the ground •toy prairie fire last week.
A threshing crew w«a sleeping in the
barn and the bottom dropped out of a
lantern which they were using, igniting
tbe hay.
H. Potter, who by-tbe-way is one of
the earliest settlers in the immediate
neighborhood, made us a substantial visit
Monday by leaving on our desk the
"needful" to insure the reading of the
Enterprise for another year. He had 101)
acres of wheat in crop this season, which
averaged twenty-three bushels to the
acre.
Last Wednesday night the dwelling
heuse of Joseph Gallipo, live miles from
Sanborn, was burned, together with all
the furniture and 600 bushels of oats and
300 bushels of wheat, which was stored
at ene side of the house. The house­
hold had retired with the cxceptie.n of
Mr. and Mrs. Gallipo, when one ef the
children waked and cried and Mrs. Gal­
lipo went to attend it, when she discover­
ed the Haines. The fire liaJ at that time
made such headway that it was with dif­
ficulty that the inmates made their es­
cape.
The wheat of Lewis ilall averaged 22
bushels to the acre. Crops in this part
of the county so far as heard from give
exceptionally fine yields.
Woirt was brought to town last even­
ing that attorney V. J. Y. Shaw's barn
and contents bad been destroyed by prai­
rie fire. We did not learn the particu­
lars.
UMOURE COUNTY NEWS.
From tbe Lu Moure Proyrew.
The extension of tbe J. U. V. K. It. to
Elleadale early next season, seems as­
sured, for those who know whereof they
speak declare that preparations therefor
are new under way and partly completed.
A spccial freight due here early Fri­
day rooming, met with an accident cast
of Lisben, in which engine caboose and
several cars of iron were derailed.
The La Moure postoffice is looking up.
The sale of stamps for the quarter end­
ing Oct. 1 was $460, an increase of about
one hundred dollars oyer any previous
quarter. The office yielded a net return
to the government of over $240. This is
a favorable showing for the business In­
terests of La Moure.
The members of a threshing crew were
in town one day lately and the marshal
'gathered in' one of their number. The
balance of the crew assisted thur mate
out of his 'durance vile' during the night
following his arrest and all departed for
tbe country.
McCullocb. Boynton & Co. are making
arrangements to open a lumber and coal
business al Grand Rapids as soon as the
railroad is completed and in running or
der to that point.
Material for the Talley road lias been
coming in during the past week as fast
as regular and extra tratns could bring it,
and still none too fast for the boys #lio
are putting down ties and rails.
PARENTS AND TEACHERS.
The Necessity of Hearty Co-Operation Ite
tweeu Tlieui.
The fact is conceded by those who
properly understand or appreciate the
laboriousness of a teacher's position that
his remuneration is frequently incom­
mensurate with the amount of work re­
quired of him, and no rightly thinking
man will, I believe, dispute the assertion
that so long as the teacher pan command
little more for his service than is paid
to an ordinary laborer, just so long will
the cause of education be retarded, and
no one will have the right to complain
if our schools are couductud in a negli
ent and unsatisfactory manner.
However, in an effort to correct the
evils existing in our systems of instruc­
tion, there is something else to be con­
sidered besides dollars and cents.
The conscientious instructor, be he
"college professor"1 or "country peda­
gogue,11 is not an automaton that drags
listlessly through six hours of labor per
day, after the fashion of a horse in a
treadmill, contented merely to draw his
salary and to retain his place he is a
man of noble principle*, who realizes the
responsibility of his position his inter­
est are identical with those of his pupils,
and he will bend every energy for their
advancement.
To such a man the busiuess of teach­
ing is fraught with many cares, for, be­
ing in thorough sympathy with his pu­
pils, he not only rejoices over their suc­
cesses, but also*grieves with tlium when
they faii thus does he continually alter­
nate between pleasure aud sorrow". Where
is the individual who can contemplate
this veritable hero and not deeply sym­
pathize with hfe praiseworthy endeav­
ors? Justly does he deserve* both ade­
quate pecuniary compensation for his
labors and the "heart encouragement
and co-operation of his patrons. There
exists in the minds of many parents the
erroneous idea that they have uo part to
perform in their children's education,
save to pav for their tuition, while the
teacher is expected to do the
rest. Hejis required to bear the brunt of
pupils' irregular attendance, he must
make up for lack of home training and
instruction, and yet, in the face of these
obstacles, if he, by the end of the ses­
sion, shall not have carried the child
through two or three sets of text-books,
he is considered derelict in the discharge
of duty and much dissatisfaction is felt.
I do not advocate parental dictation
either in the discipline or mode of in­
struction in schools, for this would beau
unwarranted assumption of authority,
and no teacher of spirit will ever brook
such interference.
However, private suggestions from
patrons, if kindly given, are always in
order and would" be gratefully received.
Moreover, a parent ought to manifest
a genuine interest in the studies and
progress of his child. Just here I would
say to all parents if in the preparation
of lessons at home your children should
encounter obstacles that they cannot
surmount, and should come to you for
assistance, do not tell them you have no
time to be bothered and that they must
carry their difliculties to the teacher,
who is paid to attend to their wants but
cheerfully help them out of the trouble,
talk to them about their studies, incite
them to more diligent application, and
let them feel that you are concerned in
their intellectual as well as physical
welfare. Above all, impress upon them
the vital importance of punctual attend­
ance at school and the necessity of strict
obedience to the teacher's commands.
A little time thus employed will not
only greatly facilitate the teacher's la­
bors and conduce to their success, but it
will yield you a rich dividend in the
more rapid advancement of your child.
May the day be not far distant when
parents and teachers, throughout the
country, shall learn the importance of
greater co-operation. IF. O. Fox in
Current
Official Directory.
TKKHITOniAI. OKKICKIIK
Governor,'/*. A. Pierce.
Secretary, J. H. Teller.
Treasurer, James W. Biiymonil.
Aucitor, B. W. Caldwell.
Sup'tof Public Instruction, A. 8. Jone*.
Surveyor General, Cortex Feaceiidei!.
Judge Di»lrlcl Court, Sixth Diat.—W. II. Kraucl),
COUNTY OKFK'KKK.
Sheriff, A. McKecbnic.
Attorney, 8. L. Glaspell.
Clerk and Register, L. B. iwr.
Treasurer Geo. L. Webster.
Assessor, O. A. Boynton.
Probate Judge, II. J. Ott.
Coroner, J.1\ Eager.
Surveyor, B. P. Tilden.
Co. Sup'tof School*, P. H. Folty
Clerk of District Court, Chaa. T. Iliiis.
County Commissioners, B. C. j. ,i. Kdtly
Geo. It. Wo dhnry.
tiiTY OFFIOKISS.
Mayor—J. j. b'niit.
Clerk—A. C. McMillan.
Treasurer— Joe D. Mills.
Attorney-W. E. Bodge.
Police Magistrate—L. Hay ward.
City Engineer—T. P. Branch.
Chief of Police—M. H. Schmit/..
Aldermen—First Ward, B. M. Hicks, S. Millet,
Second Ward, Wm. Spangenlierg, Daniel E.
Hughes. Third Ward, F. M. Conebay, I). M.
Kellcher. Fourth Ward, C. 8 vidge, Thos. a.
Collius.
JAMESTOWN MARKETS
WUBAT
PROVISIONS.
Granulated sugar
A sugar
sugar
Rio coffee
Japan tea
Kirk's soap
Flour per 100 lbs
Potatoes, iter bushel
Best butter, per lb
Bugs, per dozen
Roast
boil
Pork
Veal
Hams
Lard....'.
Common boards
Common dimension
Fencing
Floorirz
Shingles XX Duluth
Shingles
Lath".
Brick
COAL
5s
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2
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lllbs.'-'tlOO
....« 1 00
....13 1 00
....C 1 00
....40 toTAcperlb
...i:!l)ars for 1 00
2 60
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to 35
MEATS.
10 to 12
7 to 10
15 to 90
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AND
WOOD
FLOUR
AND
FEED
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NORTHERN PACIFIC COAL COMPANY.
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pETE AUBERTIN,
Contractor and Builder
AND GENERAL
WOOD
BUTCHER.
Moving -Houses a Specialty
Shop cor 7 ave. Front St.. Jamestown
ELEVATOR OO.,
JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA.
HIGHEST mm PRICE
•r.ui ntit
GRAIN!
Liberal advances, at a reasonable rale
of interest, made on grain stored in our
elevator.
J. T. BIBB,
u-ir Agent.
JOHN VENNUM, PROP
Ail kinds of hauling and Weighting done on short
notice. Wli I also take contracts forbo ilding claim
hantiea. breaking and trw plan tin v.
more money llian at anything clue ly
taking an agency for the bent Helling
book out. Beginners succeed grandly.
None fall, Torino free. Ilttllctt liook
WIN!
Co. Portland. Maine.
Send «ix cents for postage,
and receive fre« a costly box
of goods which will help you
to more money right away
A PRIZE
than unythiȣ else in this world. All of either
sex succeed fiom tlrst hour. The broad road to
fortune opens uefore tlx: workers, absolutely sure.
At once uddrctK True Co., Augusta, Maine.
In presents given away.
Send us 5c postage und
by mail you will get free
rt package of goods of
$200,000
large value, that will start you in work that will
at once bring yon in money faster than anything
else in America. All about the $300,000 in pres­
ents with each box. Agents wanted everywhere
of either sex, of all ages, for all the time, or spure
time only, to work for us at their homes. Fortunes
for all workers absolutely assured. Don't delay.
H. Ilullett &• Co., Poitland, Maine.
Northern Pacific Railroad.
EAST HOUND.
Arrive.
Depart.
3:00 D. m.
0:15 p.
•St. Paul & M. Express
Atlantic Express 9:0ip. m.
WKST BOUND.
facific Express 8:00 a.m. 8:10 a.m.
Dakota Express 13:50 p. m.
Express Freight 1.00a. m. 1:13 am.
JAMKSTOWN & NORTHERN.
Trains will run daily on Jamestown & Nortlierr
to Carrington and New Rockford and hetweeL
Carrington and Sykeston Tuesdays, Thursday
and Saturdays, leaving Jamestown at 8:80 a. in
and arriving on return at 7:45 p. m.
POST OFFICE HOURS.
M. O. Open from 8:30 to 5 P. M.
MAILS CLOSE.
East bound 3:05 P.
East bound 8:00
Westbound 7:10 A.
West bound 8:00 P.
Carrington, Tuesdays,Thursdays, Sat­
urdays 7.30 A
Grand Rapids, LaMoure, Kllendale, etc
Mondays, Wednesdays aud Fridays 7:00 A.
Gray, Durnam and Corinne, closes ev­
ery Friday 8:00 A
15
.. |i $14 to $90
.. 16 to a
18 to 80
.. M0to 40
$4 00
.. as
.. 3 39
.. 8 00
..Der l»l)l 1 50
MAILS AKIUVE.
From East 1:55 A
From EaBt 7:30
From West 3:10 J'
From West 3:35
Carrington, Tuesdays, Thursdays,Sat­
urdays 7:00 r.
Office opens 8:30 A.M. closes 7 P. M.
Ojcn Sunday* from 13 in to 1 u. in.
A. W. Kki.I. v, P.
Northern Pacific
RAILROAD.
THE InRECT LINK BETWEES
SAINT PAUL,
MINNEAPOLIS.
Or DULUTH,
Minnesota, Dakota, Montana,
Idaho, Washincton Territory,
OREGON,
British Columbia, Puget Sound
AND ALASKA.
Express Trains Daily, to wliicli arc attached
Pullman Palace Sleepers
AND
ELE6ANT DINING CARS.
No Change of Cars
IJETWEEN
ST. PAUL AND PORTLAND
OX ANY CLASS OF TICKET.
EMIGRANT SLEEPERS FREE
THE ONLY ALL RAIL LINE TO THE
"YELLOWSTONE PARK!"
For full inforinal'onatf to Time, Kate«, ate.,
Address,
CHAS. S. FEE,
Done in 'al. 'its{|brancher. Give especial
attention to
COLLECTIONS.
PAS3A6E TICKETS
and fiom Europe at lowest ossible raits.
ALSO LOAN MONEY ON IMPROVED FARM
On If BS time.
J. A. .1. &HBVTS,
Philadelphia,
8.
HI
ELEVATOR CO.
JAMESTOWN, D. T.
Own and operate Elevators at the fol­
lowing points on the Northern Pacific
Hailroad and branches.
Bloom, Edmunds,
Melville, Jamestown,
Eldridge, Harrington,
Windsor, Sykeston.
Buchanan. Bock ford.
Are prepared to do a general grain
business and respectfully solicit patronage
for the same Highest cash price paid
for grain.
A. a. CHAMBERS,
Gen'l Manager.
No. 12-4t
JAMESTOWN
I Cigar Manufactory
THON & TESKE.
489 Front Street.
Thon & Teste are experienced work­
men and use the
BEST MATERIAL.
The trade ol Jamestown and surround­
ing towns respectfully invited- 243-tf
I.
Gen'l Pass. At., St. Paul. Minn.
n*K0TA
NORTH
HANK
JAMESTOWN D. T.
R. M. \L NFSLOW,
Jamestown i.
A. A. AI.LE*
Jamestown, D. T.
M. BICKFOKD,
Dockhaven, l'enn.
-PROPRIETOrcS-
THE GRAND CENTRAL CLOTHING HOUSE
STILL TAKES THE LEAD!
GOODRICH,
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WE ARE NOW SH0WIN8 ONE IF TIE
BEST SELECTED
-STOCKS OF
ItfR's, Youths', Btp'fcCliMrii's
SUITS AND OVER-COATS
In the Oity.
r*nally a merchant waitc until late In tke icajiQO
ami 'lion offers Bargain*, but we want
yon to know-that
OUR PRICES
Arc smcli tlmt vr can buy anything in onr line in
our atore
CHEAPER NOW
Than other merchants will sell y.u al
end ot the season.
Wi Wail
IVfore you purchase your fall and winter aopply.
M. EPPINCtER to CO.,
TIIE WIDE-AWAKE CLOTHIERS,
Grand Central Block, Jamestown, D. 1'J
T. IB. riTzaEEjiLn
(SUCCESSOR Tt NEUTZEL SK.
-My hay having been destroyed by fire I Lave concluded to butcher several hun­
dred head of stock and retail them out at a low figure. Those wanting firat-clM?
meats should call at oncc on
NcutzePs old stand. J_ FITZ&EEAIID.
•W. E_
Attorney and Counselor at Law
ATTORNEY for the city of JAMESTOWN.
TK1AL OF CAUSES A SPECIALTY. Practices in all the rerritoria and U. 8
Courts, U. S. Land Office and Interior Department. Office in Curtin
3b
TKI.EI'JIONE CONNECTION. JAMESTOWN, I). T.
FIFTH -ATSTIE! J5TTTE
Livery and Feed Stable
By J. A. MOORE.
First-olauM Riga always on hand
WHICH CAN BE IIAD AT REASONABLE RATES.
Teams and Guides Furnished Land Hunters.
DEALER IN ALL. KIMS OT
MACHINERTi
nti'.es contemplating coming to Jameotown in the spring are requested to write me for pticea
awl circular* regarding any kind of Machinery derircd or for any other taforaution partaMlac to
Farnvnp. Addrooa
D. XcK.
LLOYD.<p></p>LLOYDS, W.<p></p>BANKERS,
LIME AND CEMENT.
Front street, corner Third avenue.
RUDOLPH BAYASCH.
REST ATJEANT
On Front Street Opposite the
Passenger Depot.
Meals Prepared on Short No*
tice at all Hours in
First Class Style.
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JAMESTOWN! DAKOTA.
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Uncle Sam is one of our best
salesmen. Every mail tarings
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 AI1
Wool Winter Suite $8 0(1
Men's All-Wool Winter Orercoate.... 10 Otf
Boys' AH. Wool Winter Sails
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Boys' All-Wool Winter Overcasts 7 Ott
We are complete outfitters
for the whole mankind.
S3" Our Beautiful illustrated Catalogue
and Rules for Self-Measurement sent Fit EE
to any address. Goods sent on approval to
any pari of the Weat Address
BOSTON
"One-Price"
CLOTHING HOUSE,
Corner Third aid Bolwrt Streets,
ST. PACT* BOTMR.
DO A GENERAL BANKING AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS
Money Loaned on First Mortgage* on long time. Highest price* paid for Connty and Schot
Orders and Homis.
Geo. R. Toplill & Co,
WHOLESALE ANT) RKTAIL PRALERS IN
Coal. Wood, Plaster,
K. IXOTS, Jr
D. BALDWIN. M. D. 8. H. DB1U, K. O.
Physicians and Surgeons
Office open day and night, over Back A Mllr
Store.
Also at City Dm? Store, Fifth aienac Math
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418 sad 414 XicoUat An..
Minneapolis, Minnesota. Piano, Organ, Voice.
Harmony, Composition, all Orchestral aad Baad
Instruments. Modern Languages, Baeattca aad
Sight Reading. Valuable Free Adrmatara. Oaly
Snt-clatn teacher*. Tnition fs N$]5nrtoaaf
aotaeona. Pnpila registered at all tiam. Bead
Snt-clatn teaehen. Tuitioa 15 ta$15l
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for Calendar.
Xo. 16 4t CHARLK8 Q. MORSK. Director.
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