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UMESTOWN
POPULATION 3,500
Jamestown, the metropolla and trade cente of
the npper James River Valley, la the county on
or Stutsman county. It is equidistant from Fargo
and Bismarck, abont one hundred miles from each,
and Is located on the most beautiful site alone the
line of the Northern Pacific Railroad, between the
bluffs and the banks of the James River. The
machine and repair shops and headquarters
of the
Dakota division of the Northern and of
he Jamestown A Northern railroads are located
here and it is the shipping and distributing point
for the vaet scope of country to the northwest
reached by the latter railroad.
Jamestown has a graded public school, including
a high school course, occupying two large school
buildings and employing eleven teachers. It con
tains six handsome church edifices, and its popu­
lation, numbering 3,500, is made up from the best
and moat enterprising clasees of the northeastern
and northwestern states. It is surrounded for
ifty miles in
every
direction by the world-famed
wheat lands of the James River Valley, which
furnish an Immense and inexhaustible support to
department of Industry and commerce. Its
hotel accommodations, business blocks, mercantile
and commercial enterprise are not surpassed by
anv city in the territory.
CITY AND COUNTY
The public schools closed yeststday
evening until next Monday for a Thanks­
giving holiday.
The front of Lloyd's bank has been re­
modeled this week, and very much im­
proved in appearance and convenience.
A movement is on foot to organize in
this city a choral society, to be conducted
by Rev. H. Hartman.for instruction in
yoice culture and the note system.
The sermon by Rev. N. D. Fanning,
pastor of the Presbyterian church, last
Sunday morning, on the importance ot
having an aim in life, was an eminently
practical one for saint and sinner.
Rev. T. M. Rockwell, the unfortunate
minister of Cooperstown who was dis­
charged from the insane asylum at this
place a short time ago, was returned tbis
week, his mental malady having become
worse again.
The proprietors of the Opera skating
rink very generously postponed their in­
tended masquerade and ball advertised
far Thanksgiving evening, for the Catho­
lic fair, which will close this evening
with a dance at the Armory.
The firemen's ball to be given at the
Armoty New Year's eve will be the
grandest occasion of the kind ever given
in this city. The music will be furnished
by Getchell's famous band, ef Farge, and
all other necessaries to success and pleas­
ure will be provided.
There will be union Thanksgiving ser­
vices this morning at eleven o'clock at
the Presbyterian church, in which the
congregations of the Presbyterian, Bap­
tist and Methodist cburches will join.
The sermon will be preached by Rev. YV.
F. Cook, pastor of the Methodist liurch
The fare on the James River Valley
road to La Moure and intermediate points
is as follows: From Jamestown to psi
lanti 65c to Montpelier 95c to Dickey
$1.65 to Grand Rapids $2.05 to La
Moure $2.45. A regular accommodation
train will soon be put on the road to
make daily trips.
Kidder county is in somewhat of a fer­
ment over serious charges being preferred
to the county commissioners against the
sheriff and register of deeds, signed in
each case by a large number of responsi­
ble and prominent citizens, asking that
legal steps be taken by the county attor­
ney in the district court to expel them
from office.
Rev. W. F. Cook, pastor of the Metho­
dist church, directed his discourse last
Sunday evening against Mormon ism.
He thought that religious as well as po­
litical liberty should be restricted, and
that the rapid increase in number, and
expansion of territory by the Mormon
sect, demanded the rousing of public sen­
timent against it. He declared that Salt
Lake City is the seraglio of America, and
denounced polygamy as a crime again
nature and against woman.
The time of redemption in the mortgage
sale of the First National bank building
expired last week, and the title to the
building is now in F. M. Conehay and
Johnson Nickeus, the banking office, to­
gether with all aboyeand below it belong­
ing to Mr. Nickeus, and the two store
rooms, with all above and below, belong­
ing to Mr. Conehay. The store rooms
are rented to F. M. brown Co. for their
furniture business, and are now being
fitted up for that purpese.
The Argus correspondent who attended
and wrote up the La Moure excursion in
such entertaining style last week seemed
to think Brother Burke misapprehended
the toast, "The Bankers of Jamestown,"
to which he was forced into a response by
flank (flask) movement of Ward Bill, who
was tailed upon for a response. The Ar­
gus scribe should remember that "to the
pore all things are pure," and therefore
commercial terms corrupted into "tech­
nical" uses are liable to be misconstrued
by those who are not "onto the racket."
Wo observe from the La Moure Prog­
ress that W. £. Dodge, of this city, was
the ladies' man of the excursion that went
down the James River Valley line last
week, selected no doubt on account of his
well known gallantry and high esteem for
the "heaven's last best gift to man," as
well as for his good looks. At the risk
of subjecting him to a "curtain lecture"
we publish the following from the Prog­
ress: "The next toast, 'The Ladies,' was
responded to by Mr. Dodge, of James­
town, who said tbis was a case where the
toast was in advance of the speaker, and
the speaker waa inadequate to the sub­
ject. Mr. D. then spoke of the pleasure
afforded by the day's trip over this section
of tlM world's great binding link, and re
fenod wittily to the fathers of the enter­
prise. It would seem as if duung the
past five years the people had been in
Kip Van Winkle sleep, and had suddenly
awakaaed to find themselves surrounded
by pi—ty aad inuepeiitj. He then re­
served to the hoepitable aad baratafBlia
dtaa at La Moore, aad took his seat amid
RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL.
—Brooklyn has only one church to
every 2,624 inhabitants—less than any
other city in the United States.
—The late Robert Treat Paine, of
Boston, bequeathed $50,000 for the en­
dowment of a chair of practical astron­
omy at Harvard college.
—Nineteen Sunday-schools are con
nected with the London Church, of
which the Rev Newman Hall is pastor,
and these schools at present contain in
all 5,000 children.
—There are three Presbyteries in
South Carolina, composed almost ex­
clusively of colored people, and in con­
nection with the Northern Assembly, it
is thought that the erection of a synod in
South Carolina must shortly be the re­
sult.
—The Presbyterians, according to a
correspondent of the Scottish-American
Journal, have determined to establish a
church in every New England city
where there is a sufficient element
which has been educated in the Presby­
terian faith.
—The first five or "star" graduates
at West Point this year were: Kuhn,
Kentucky Craighill, at large O'Brien,
Massachusetts Willcox, Georgia and
Cole, Illinois. This class numbers
thirty-nine. The orignal number was
ninety-seven. The class of 18S6 num­
bers eighty-two.
—"For an obvious reason 1 will dis­
miss the congregation and dispense with
the communion service," said Rev. Dr.
Leonard, rector of the Episcopal Church
at Fairfield, C»nn., on Sunday last, as,
at the lirst sounds of the or^an, thou­
sands of bees swarmed out of the roof,
where they had gone into the honey
making business.
—Haverford College, near Philadel­
phia. an institution under the care ol'
the Orthodox Friends, is made the re­
siduary legatee of the estate of the late
Jacob P. Jones, of Philadelphia. The
bequest will amount to half, and per­
haps three-quarters of a million. It is
made in memory of an only son. who
was a graduate of the college.
—In the death of Rev. Daniel D.
Whedon, D. D., at Atlantic Highlands,
N. J., the Methodist Episcopal Church
loses one of its brightest ornaments.
An accomplished scholar, a good writer,
an able Biblical commentator, he was
more than all a devout and humble
Christian. The world is better because
he lived and labored in it and surely no
higher eulogy could be passed on any
man than that.
—The latest declaration of independ­
ence has been made in the Friendly Is­
lands, where the King, the Court and
11,000 adherents of tne Wesleyan Meth­
odist Church, have severed themselves
from the New South Wales Conference
and formed the Independent or Free
Church of Tonga. The grievance is
that the New South Wales Confer­
ence would not consent to transfer them
to the New Zealand Conference.
WIT AND WISDOM.
—Timid buyer—Is the horse shy or
timid Ardent seller—Not a bit of it.
Why, he sleeps all alone in his stable.—
Botton Beacon.
—It is the fashion to name children
after flowers in Virginia. That is proba­
bly because they all start out as Virginia
creepers. Pittsburgh Chronicle Tele­
graph.
—-One'of wise Dr. Franklin's wise say­
ings was: "Itis the eyes of others that
nun us." It is a good thought to "chew
on"—and also to act on—in these hard
times.—N. T. Independent.
—Teacher—Of what is the ocean com­
posed? Boy—Of salt water. Teacher
—Why is the water of the ocean salt?
Boy—Because so many salt codfish
swim about in it, I suppose."—Texas
Siftingt.
—"I have here a letter directed to the
prettiest woman in the house," announc­
ed the presidentess of a woman's con­
vention. Four reporters on the front
seat were trampled to death in the rush
for the speaker's stand.—Mercfiant
Traveler.
—We judge others by their faults and
ourselves by our virtues. This is not
righteous judgment, perhaps but with­
out some such arrangement, it would be
difficult to discover, as we now do, that
we are ever so much better than our
neighbors.—Boston Herald.
—"Do you know a man by the name
of Legion?" inquired Dumley of a
friend. "Legion? No. 1 never heard
of him." "Jenkins told me last night
that I had been called the biggest fool
jackass on earth, and when I demanded
the man's name he said it was Legion.
I'm looking for him."—Puck.
—A lady who has been abroad was
describing some of the sights of her trip
to her friends. "But what pleased me
as much as anything," she concluded,
"was the wonderful clock at Strasburg.'"
"Oh, how I should love to see it!" gush­
ed a pretty young woman in pink. "I
am so interested in such things. And
did you see the celebrated watch on the
Rhine, too?1'—Drake's Magazine.
—"Why, Mr. Fogg," urged the land­
lady, "you are not eating anything.
Come, now, try one of my nice biscuits.
"Thank you. ma'am." replied Fogg,
"but when 1 was child I was told never
to ask for anything I didn't see on the
table." The landlady remarked to the
servant, after tea, that she wondered
what Mr. Fogg meant something hate­
ful, she'd be bound.—Boston Transcript.
The Consequences if he Got Left.
"I would like," said the timid lover
to the maiden who had just accepted
him, "I would like, since we can not
marry at once, to keep our engagement
a secret for the present."
"Why?" nsked the astonished damsel.
"Well, the fact is my parents would
disown me
"Disown you? Am I not worthy to
be their daughter? Is my family not as
good as yours? Am I not
"One moment, darling, one little mo
ment. You are mistaken."
"Mistaken? I would not marry yon
"Stay, I implore you. You, my own,
are better than I. You are rich I an
poor. My parents would disown me—
if I got left this time."—-San Francitct
Chronicle.
Saskatchewan Wheal:
1 have 2000 bnshels fine Saskatchewan
wheat grown from Brandages seed which
yielded 37£ bnshels per acre and frr
which I paid $1.60 cash per bushel. To
•void storage and to give farmers gener­
ally a chance to got this choice seed I
will exchange one bushel of Saskatche­
wan for one and one halt bushels of com­
mon No. 1 hard. Only in round lots of
50 or 100 bushels aad for thirty days.
Call and examine sample.
£. P. WHXB.
Thanksgiving Proclamation.
The following Thanksgiving proclama­
tion has been issued by Governor Pierce:
TKRRITOKY OK DAKOTA,
EXECUTIVE OFFICIO.
In accordance with a long established
custom the president of the United States
has set apart Thursday, the 26th day of
November, as a day of national Thanks­
giving and gratitude to Almighty God
for his manifold blessings during the
year.
The citi/.eus of the territory have more
than ordinary cause for thankfulness.
Though ill
fortune
has attended some, the
masses have been abundantly blessed.
Peace and plenty are upon the land
and prosperity in all its borders.
It is a season for gratitude, for benevo­
lence, for charity. It is the day for the
prodigal to be welcomed, for differences
to be reconciled, lor injuries to lie for­
given.
1 rccoinmend therefore that the day
designated by the president, be observed
throughout the territory by ceasing from
toil and by appropriate services in church
and home. Let kindly deeds toward the
suffering and destitute, and tender sym­
pathy for those who are in sickness and
trouble distinguish our observance of this
gracious time. Forgetting the strifes and
enmities of life let us open wide the doors
of charity and good will, remembering
that "one touch of nature makes the
whole world kin."
Given under my hand and the great seal
of the territory, this sixth day of
SKAI.-I November, in the year of our
Lord one thousand eight hun­
dred and eighty-five.
GILBERT A. PIKKCI:
.Mayor's Proclamation.
In conformity with the president of the
United States and the governor of our
territory, it is recommended that Thurs­
day, the 26th iust. be observed by the cit­
izens of Jamestown as a day of thanks­
giving and praise. While we have been
equal participants in the national and ter­
ritorial blessings vouchsafed, we should
not be unmindful of the signal and un­
precedented favois we have received as a
city and a community. Having cast our
lot in an agricultural land and the par
ticu'arly productive of the world's prin­
cipal cereal, our support and future de­
velopment must be determined materially
by the rewards of the husbandmen. In
God good providence the golden grain
has yielded in abundance an peace and
plenty are within our borders. We have
escaped conflagrations, floods and tem­
pests. Epidemics which have devastated
cities contiguous to our country, *and
spread consternation and sorrow in count­
less homes, have r.ot visited us.
In recognition of these and many more
blessings, let us on that day participate
in public devotion and gather at our
hearth stones with our families, our
kindred and our friends, with our minds
laden with the pucipus memories of dist­
ant ones, and the dear old home with its
hallowed associations, and render unto
Him, the Giver, all His due.
JEHOMK J. FLINT,
Mayor.
Jamestown, November 20,1885.
FARMS TO RENT—Within one and two
miles of Pingree. Good house, barn and
well, on each farm and land ready for
seeding. ALDEN & WALTERS.
Kelley's Block,
No. 22-4t Jamestown, D. T.
Fresh oysters on Front street opposite
the Northern Pacific elevatorr. No. 14-tf
WAUTRE—By J. T. Eager a good driv­
ing horse, in exchange for machinery.
2l7-d&w-tf
The party who borrowed a pair of inch
and a quarter tongs, and a pipe wrench
from J. T. Eager, will oblige by returning
the same at once. No. 23-tf
"l^TOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE.—Default
ill having been made in the condition* of a
certain mortgage, dated.lune 12th, 1883, executed
ov A. W. Kciley, FrancisC. H«lley and Horatio
W. Kelley, mortussore to Bnrritt Darand, mort­
gagee, upon which I now declare there to be due
and anpaid at the date of thia notice the entire
snm of two thousand live hundred and twenty
dollars and eighty ccntA ($2,520.80.) Said mort­
gage was duly recorded in the office of the Reg­
ister of Heeds for Stutsman coonty, D. T., on the
13th day of Jnce, A. D. 1883. at 3 clock p. m., in
book "tfol Mortgage Deeds, on page 499, and
contains the property lying and being '.n the
county of Stntsman, in flie territory of Dakota,
described as follows, to-wii:
Lots one and two (1 and 2), and the east eighteen
(18) feet of lot four (4), (known as the Kioguettc
property) all in block twenty-tbne (28) and all of
lot four (4)— exreptln? the \ve»t one hundred »nd
Ave (106) fart thereof heretofore deeded to John
Young—in block twenty-one (21), both of aaid
blocks being in the original town of Jamcstowti,
D. T., according to plat thereof duly filed in the
office of Register of Deeds for aforesaid county,
together with all hereditaments and appurtenan­
ces thereunto belonging or in any wise apper­
taining.
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that the
above described premises will be sold at public
auction on Wednesday, the 30th day of Decem­
ber, 1885, at ten o'clock a. m., by the sheriff of
Stutsman county, or bis duly appointed deputy,
at the front door of the court house in Jamestown,
Stutsman County, 1). T., to satisfy the amount
'hendue on said mortgage, together with all costs
and fifty dollars attorneys fe provided therein.
Dated, Jamestown, D. T., Nov. 12,188ft.
P.L'RRITT Dt7BA.NI,
A. A. Allen, Attorney. Mortgagee.
Money to loan on good farm
or city property. Yearly inter­
est, payable Nov. 1st.
RODERICK ROSE.
Opposite Klaus House.
.for working people. Send 10 cents
hostage, at we will mail you free a
royal, valuable sample box of gcods
that will put you in the way of maK
ing more money in a few days than yon ever
thought possible at any business. Capital not re­
quired Yon can live at home and work in snare
time on'y, or all the time. All of both sexes, of
all ages, grandly successful. B0 cents to & easily
earned every evening. That all who want work
may teat the baslnem we make this unparalled
offer: To all who are not well satisfied we will
serd 91 to pay for the trouble of writing ns Fu.l
particulars, directions, etc., sent free. Immense
pay absolutely sure for all who start at once. Don't
delay. Address Stlnson A Co., Portland, Maine.
RUDOLPH BAYASCH.
REST ATJEANT
On Front Street Opposite the
Passenger Depot.
Meals Prepared on Short No
tioe at ell Hours in
First Class Style.
242-tf
NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
Land Office at teo, D. T., Nov. 14. 1885.
OTIiiJI is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in euppoit of his claim, and
sccure final entry thereof on the SOtli day of Do
cember. 1885, viz:
N
JOHN KAVANAUGH,
H. E No 6,347. for the s. w. of section 34, twp.
141 north, range C8 west, and names the following
as his witnesses, viz: A McKechnie, F. B. Fan
cher, Michael Buckley and C. M. Cnrr, all of
Jamestown, Stutsman County, D. T.
The testimony to bo taken before W. II. Fran­
cis, jadgc, and in his absence, befoie Chas. T.
Hills, clerk of conrt at Jamestown, Stutsman
county, D. on the 20th day of December, A. D.
1885, at his office.
HOKACE AUSTIN, Register.
First publication, Nov. 10th.
PRIVATE SALE.
NOTICE
is hereby given that by virtue of an
order of the fiobate court of Stutsman
county, made a'Hl entered on the 6th day of No­
vember, A. D. 1885, in tliemitter of the estate of
John Charles P. Jones therein pending. I will 011
the nineteenth day of November, at the hour of
ten o'clock in the forenoon, nil at private sale in
one lot and parrel, the following described lands,
situated in Stntsman county, to-wit: The south
half of the southwest quarter of section thirty
two, In town one hundred and forty-two north, of
rarge sixty two west, of the fifth principal meri­
dian. Bids and offers for said laud will be re­
ceived at the office of Dodge A Camp in theeitv
of Jamestown, Dakota.
KOBRUT K. WALLACE,
Administrator of the ettate of John Charles 1'.
Jones, deceased.
Dated at Jamestown, Dakota, November tith,
A. D., 1885.
NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
LAND OFFICE AT FABQO, D. T., Nov. 3, 1885.
NOTICE
is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his inten­
tion to make final proof in support of his claim
and secure final entry thereof on the 14th day ol
December, 1885. viz
ROBERT E. WALLACE,
D.S. No. 14654, for tlie wH sei», andn!{ of of
Sec. 82, Tp. 148 n, 02 W., and names the fol­
lowing as his witnesses, viz:
John T. Gray and Benjamin D. Russell, of
Grays P. O., and Henry J. Porter and l.ysti Hay
ward, of Jamest"wn, all in Stntsman County, D.
T. '1 he testimony of claimant and his witnesses
to be taken before Henry .J. Ott, judge and ex
otBcio clerk of the probate court of said
county at Jamestown, Stntsman county,
D. T„ on the 11th day of December A. 1885, at
his office. lloitACK. AUSTIN, Register.
First publication Nov. 5, 1885. tiw
NOTICEOFFISAL PROOF.
U.S. Land OfHce, Fargo, D. T., Nov. 12th, 1885.
Notice is hereby given thatthe following named
settler ha* filed notice of his intention to make
final proof in support of his claim and secure final
entry thereof, on the 29th day of December, 1885,
viz:
ANTON FRIED,
H. E. No. 12397 for these it, of sec. 20, tp. 142 11.
r. 62 w, ana names the following as his witnesses,
viz: Anto Haas,Charles Stuff, liristian Krnl
and Mathews Arms all of Gray O., Stn*£man
County, D. T.
The testimony to he taken before W. II. Fran­
cis, Judge or In his absence before Chas. P. Hills,
clerk of district court at Jamestown, Siutsman
county, D. T., on the SOth day of Dec. A. D. 1885,
at his ofllcc.
A
Hor.At* AUSTIN, Register.
John S. Watson, Attorney.
First publication Nov. 19th. No. 23-lit
NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
Land Office at Fargo, D. T., Nov. 14, 1985.
Notice Is hereby given that the following uamed
settler has filed notice of his intention to make
final proof in support of his claim and secure Una.
entry thereof, on the 4tb day of January, 1880, viz:
OSCAR V. WHITE,
II. E. No. 4867, for the s. e. of sec. 22, tp 140 n,
63 w, and names tho following as his witnesses,
viz: Clinton Wade, Joe. D. Mills, Thomas N.
Sharp and De Forrest Buck, all of Jamestuwu,
Stutsman Connty, T.
The testimony to be taken before W. II. Francis
Jndge or In hiiabsence Chas. T. Hills clerk of
District court at Jamestown, Stutsman county,
D. T., on the 29th day of December, A. D. 1985, ut
his office. HORACE AUSTIN, Register.
First publication Nov. 19th.
W. P. MULHOLLAND
Practical Jeweler
Keeps in stock a large and elegant line of
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry
and Silver Ware of
Standard manu­
facture
IREIP.A.IIRIJN'Q-
made a specialty and satis!
action guar­
anteed. Guitar and violin strings.
No. 489, Fifth Ave. South.
244-tf
THE FSOX.ES U2TS
RAILWAY.
Now completed between
FARGO AND ORTONVILLE
If prepared to handle both
FreiiM anil Pamper Traffic
Wlthnromptness and safety.
Connecting at Ortonvllle with the Chicago Mil­
waukee & St. Paul System, the Fargo A Southern
thus makes another
GREAT TRUNK LINE
to all Eastern and Southern States.
The PEOPLE'S LIKE Is superb in all its ap­
pointments, elegant coaches, Fullman Sleejierson
all night trains, and its rates are always aa low
and time aa quick as other lines.
When JOB GO EAST or COME WEST try the
Fapso Southern.
Trains leave Pargo for Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Intermediate station*, at 7:30 a. m. Arrive at
Fargo from St. Paul and Minneapolis at 8:15 p. m.
Ticket* for sale at all principal stations for St.
Panl, Minneapolis, Chicago«nd all eastern anil
•oathern states.
For further Information address,
SOCIETIES.
J^IIRST PRESBYTERIAN C1IURCU.
Corner of Pon lh Avenue and Firnl Street.
Sorvicesat 10:15a.m.and 7:30p.m. Sunday school
directly ufter morning service.
E
ID
C. J. EDDY,
Ocn. Frt. and l*as«. AgtuiKar
JOHN FLUHR,
F1KST CLASS
MEAT MARKET.
Keeps on liaml the heat quality of mr at
ilreiwed by
Mr. Flubr has had many years experience
In the business and known tli«
wants of the people.
His shop is now in the
WELLS BRICK BLOCK
ON FIFTH AVENUE SOUTH,
N». 21-tf JAMESTOWN, Dak.
RKV. N. I. FANNING, Pastor.
ETHODIST EPISCOPAL CI1URCB.
Corner Pacific and Fifth Avenues. Sorviecn at
10:45 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. Sabbath School fol­
lows morning service.
RKV. S. N. GRIFFITH, Pastor.
IRST BAPTIST CAURCU.
Corner Third Avenue and Wisconsin Street.
Services each Lord's Dav at 10:45 a. in., and 7::i0
p. m. Sabbath school at 12 in.
REV. ,1. II. UARTMAN, Pastor.
^ATUOLIC CHURCH.
Fifth Avenue South. Servfios each Sabbath
morning 10:30 o'clock.
R*v. FATHER CAHBADY. Pastor.
GCHURCH.
RACE PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL
KourlU Street, between Fourth and Fifth A vf's.
Morning services at 10 45 a. m. People's services
nt 8 p. tn. Snndty school 9:30 a. m.
REV. ANSELAN UUCHANAN, Rector.
EVANGELICAL
ASSOCIA-N ST. PAUL-H
CUURCII
Corner of Sixth Avenue and 3(1 (Wisconsin)
Street. Service? every Sund at 10:30 a. in.
Sunday Schocl at 9:30 a. m.
REV. LEON S. Kocu. Pastor.
VANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH.
Services every other Suntlav at 2 m., at the
Presbyterian Church. REV. A. METZ, Pastor.
AMESTOWN LODGE No. 19, A. F.
A. M.
Regular communications tlr»t ami third Wed­
nesday evenings ol each month. All masons in
pood standing are cordially invited to atteud.
JAMES MCKENZIE, W. M.
A. BILL, Secretary.
O. O. F. JAMESTOWN LODGE No. 31.
.Meets every Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock.
All brethren'in good standing cordially invited
visit ns. L. T. HAMILTON, N. G.
JAMESTOWN
W. E. MANSLIELD, It. S.
CHAPTER No. 13, R. A.
MASONS.
Regular convocations first and third Mondays
In each month. Visiting companions fraternally
welcomed.
('HAS. VAN DIISKN, II. E. II. P.
A. A. ALLEN, Sec.
A E N E
(Successor to Carpenter & Lnlz.)
CITY RESTAURANT,
No. 466, Fifth Avenue North.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS DAY OR NI6HT.
Lunch Oounter„ln Connection.
245-tf JAMESTOWN, Dak
THE ROYAL ROUTE
Chicago, St. Paul,
MINNEAPOLIS & OMAHA
—Aim—
Chicago & Northwestern R'y
THE SHORTEST AND BEST KOUTK EJ»
TO CniOAGO, with Dining Cars, Elegan
Doy Coaches, and Palace Smoking liooir
Sleepers on all trains from Minneapolir
and St. Paul, through Ean Claire and
Madison, with choice of route via Mil
1
waukee. THK CHICAGO, ST. PACI
MINNEAPOLIS' & OMAHA H'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
City, and is the cuort, quick route St. Paul
to Ue9 Moines. 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 Cvaches, Sleeping anc
Dining Cars that money can procure,
courteous and attentive employes, and
with trains always on time, it is rightly
named
"Tlio Royal Route."
Try Tbis Kontr when
Oio
IM
travel.
F. B. ClARKB, T. W.
r*ATOAI4t,
TrafflcMentger. ORT'L Pmhh(m Af I
ST. rACI.
PLAIN FIGURES.
The boat chance ever before the people of Jamestown and Stutsnian county. I have bought out the Entire Stock of (.'I0II1ID4
of J. E. Shoenberg, which I shall put on sale at my store and close out at
50 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR FOR THIS WEEK ONLY.
Commencing Monday, Oct. 12 and closing Saturday Oct. 17.
Will be Exclusive Youth's. Boy's and School Children's Suit & Over-coat Sale
LOOK _A.T THE PEICISS:
Child's Suit formerly sold at $300, Plain Figures, $1.37
A Child's Suit formerly sold at $4.00, Plain Figurer, $2.00
A Child's Suit formerly sold at $5.00, Plain Figures, $2.50
All the balance of the stock sold in proportion.
A School Suit, Coat, Pants and Vest, formerly
sold for $4.50, Plain Figures, $2.25
A School Suit, Coat, Pants and Vest, formerly
sold for $5.00, Plain Figures, $2.50
A School Suit, All Wool, formerly sold for $6.00, Plain Figures, $3.00
A School Suit, All Wool, formerly sold for $7.00, Plain Figures, $3.50
A School Suit, All Wool, formerly sold for $8.50, Plain Figures, $4.25
An elegant line of Handsome, Nobby Suits from $4.B0 to $7.00 Hoy's Suit, age 11 to 17, front $1.45 to $10.0.) Suit.
Formerly sold for twice the money.
Over $10,000 Worth of Clothing
TO BE SOLD OUT AT FIFTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR FKOM COST.
R.31MEMBBR TBIS WISE OUT.
DAVID GOODMAN,
The Leader of Clothiers, Jamestown, D. T.
Heading (or La Moure
otilliein rnmU ilircrl ronm-ctiou Willi the fault*].
selected lots in La Moure, and believe they will prove a paying invest
ment.
Plats and prices will be sent by the subscriber, and lots will I*
shown by MB. 0. i\ SMITH, at La Moure, As I platted the town, aui
the original owner, (and have sold more than 1,000 lots) you will
no "middle men's" profits if you buy of me, or of Mr. Smith, my repre­
sentative at La Moure. E. WELLS, Jamestow"
C. P. SMITH, La Moure.
Three ^eeks ago I offered through the columns of the
of bargains in.lini Kiver lands. Within two weeks after the advertise­
ment appeared, I sold for the equivalent of net cash, nearly Twent^Two
Thousand Dollars worth of the Advertised Property.
runnui^jvaterj^ida£ted 2oiijP[|tinBjin^
U. S. MAIL.
Uncle Sam is one of our best
salesmen. Every mail 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 UC
Men's ill-Wool Winter Orerco*ta 10 00
hojg' All-Wool Winter Suits S 0(1
Boys' All-Wool Winter Overcoats 7 00
We are complete outfitters
for the whole mankind.
SST Our Beautiful Illustrated Catalogue
and Rulea for Self-Meaaurement aent FBKK
to anj addreaa Goods aent on approval tu
any part of the Wast Addreaa
BOSTON
"One-Price"
CLOTHING HOtJSE,
Comer Third and Sobert Street*,
ST.*ADUSnX.
I now offer as Special Bargains, WK^acreH^jjrtiall^nijjrovig^tJJiiil
•1,600 cash balance in three years, at 7 per cent.
160 acres 50 acres plowed near Jamestown, 1,500.
160 acres 20 acres plowed $1,000.
10,000 acres wild Lands, selected by me in 187&-W.
2,500 Town Lots in Dakota and Montana towns
Finally, I will EXCH.4NGE any of the above list for approved
unincumbered
fit. Paul Pioneer PreM,l*t:l
rnary let, rays:
A email party of rellroatio*
plorera are Mid to be alreedk
heading toward La Moaie from
the direction of tke 8U—lot
•nervation. Ae tbe Milwa*
to* A St. Panl company ban
rccenUy tecured tbe lonjt-«ov
tied right to eatend tbair line
into and through this NMtva
lion, tbe report la no douhi
correct, and tbe exploring par
in tbe interest of tbe coiu
piny. Insldere have for a yeai
pett predicted tbe Milwaaknr
Jt
81.
By eonsultingthe luf est maps you will observe thatmore new railroads
are aiming straight, for La Moure than ior any other town in Dakota.
J»y consulting 1 he records vou will discover that more lota haye
beeu sold in Lu Moure during the past two years than in any otber
Dakota town.
By consulting the subscriber you will learn that more lots will
sold in La Moure during the coming season than io any other town
Dakota.
confidently recommend the purchase, at this time, of
Prtftctive City Fraptrty, lapnvri First, IWn iN INrtppi.
Biik ir itltr Sticks, Mirdiilitt, Hints, Mites, Nmni Cayn, Fara MartM.
H«M|. I wil! furnish lists to a few LIVE AGENTS in eastern towua.
Paul wonld reach L*
luouru in 18HS, and rumors ant
current of a combination
Mgreemcnt under which ai
tract one. and poaelbly
other roads, will come hor«
from tbe eouth at an eartv
tlatc. It i» aaid that tbl
agreement, if it eist«Jcont«u
plate* that tbeee aouthwa
roada will, for eome yean »i
least, reet at La Moure.
.lames River road furniabin#
them a common connection
with the, Northern Paciflc ai
Jamectown, while the Far««
A Southwestern ie eZitecreS to
lie completed at once to We
iiirtli, »ntl then afford at iw
juditiousl,
E. P. WELLS, Jamestown, D. T.
N. B.—Buy and sell County, Town and School Bonds and Warianta
P®.V
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