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-U, li •ii'V" I rftm •\T& If a I it I I' v'* km W S 9 ..I.-. HOW'S THIS. We offer one hundred dollars reward for any case of *catarrh that can not be cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be lieve him perfectly honorable in all busi ness transactions, and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. West & Truax, wholesale druggists, Tole do, Ohio. Waltiing, Kin nan & Marvin, wholesale druggists. Toledo, Ohio. E. ll. Van Hoesen, cashier, Toledo National bank, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucus surfaces of the system. Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold by all druggists. T!ie OJil Home. A great many of us here in the North west are not natives of the soil, and in one corner of our memories there is a cherished picture, not dimmed by time, of "the old home." Mayhap it is far toward the rising sun in the deep for ests of Maine among the mountains of New Hampshire on the green hills of Vermont amid the I'erHio valleys of tlie "old Bay State" or imperial New York Perhaps our cradle was rocked in the Al leghanies it may be the careless hours of childhood were spent iu Virginia or the Carolines perchance our eyes iirst opened in Ohio, Illinois or the good okt "Hoosier State." Wherever it may have been, fond memories clusters about it yet, and you have purposed (how often!) to go back and "see the old folks once more." Do it—it will do you good and make their hearts glad. When you go take special pains to secure your tickets over "The Burlington." insuring a pleas ant journey and no delays. All agents have tickets over this route—or write to W. J. C. Kenyon, Gen. Pass. Agent, C., B. A- N. E. R, St. Paul, Minn. For Sale. The garden spot of Will Blackhurst, about 16% acres, lying between town and the asylum, with or without horses and implements. This is perhaps the prettiest piece of land about Jamestown. Come and see me about it. Will Blackhorst. Teachers' Institute. A teachers' institute will be held at Jamestown commencing Dec. 17th, and continuing one week. All interested in school work are very cordially invited to be present, and I would especially call the attention of all teachers in the coun ty to the fact that their attendance is a duty and I hope will be a pleasurable one. Prof. J. C. Collester of Harrold, D T., will conduct the institute, and I be speak for all a pleasant and profitable week. I shall make an effort to secure suitable accommodations for teachers in attendance at reasonable rates. T. S. Wadswohth, County Supt. Jamestown, Nov. 28th. lildrcr? Cry f. Ch r* ty Cft toria. When Eaby s:ok, vr j,-ave her Castoria. When she was a CJiiU, she cried for Castoria, When sho became she clung to Castoria, SVhec she had Children, she garc-them Caatoria. Notice. Those wishing photographs for the holidays had better call soon, as Christ mas work has already commenced and I expect to be too busy to serve them if they come late. Free! Krcc Free The "Doctor at Home," a valu able i)G page book, treating on the diseases of "Man and the Horse," fully illustrated. This work will bo given frf.f, to any one making a cash purchase of us. amounting to S1.00 or upwards. We want even- family in the county to have a copy. Do not miss the chance, it will pay you. Yours, anxious to please. (JIIAS. Hekskl. 31ale Help "Wanted. We wish to employ a reliable man in your county. No experience required permanent position for tl.ree years. Sal ary increased each year. Li^'ht, easy, genteel business. Money advanced for salary, advertising, etc. Largest manu facturers in our line. Enclose 2- ent. No postals. Centennial MTg Co.. Cincin na O. I li- i» es, The Seller 1 of Perfume* The subject of peculiar guests around a hotel is a never ending one for new feat ures. Now, there is a drummer for an eastern house, manufacturing a full line of perfumes, who comes to this city oc casionally. He is a veritable walJcing advertisement for his employers, dresses in the latest style, is of a striking appearance in his general make up, has his handkerchiefs perfectly saturated with different perfumes, and with a small rnb ber ball ho throws a fine spray of perfume on his shirt bosom and clothing, thus at tracting attention to his business by furnishing a combination of delicious smells, from the spicy isles of eastern down to the real, common, every day musk that is so popular with the colored people.—James O'Connell in Globe-Dem ocrat. "If this i3 your final answer. Miss Jrobinson," tho young man said, with ill concealed chagrin, as he picked up |his hat and turned to go, "1 can do nothing but submit. Yet, has it ever occurred to yon that when a lady passes the age of 87 aha is not likely to find herself as much •ought after by desirable young man as she once was?" "It occurred to me with sudden and painful distinctness when yon offered yourself just now," she replied. "Good night, Mr. Peduncle."—Chicago Tritran*. I I 1 ft-' I. 5TJACOBS Oil For* Lumbago. FRB8H. 8TRONO BVIDBNCB. Prompt, MHM1m.,lbrHlUH. Hal taflll VU MM with l«w ml Mf* fcrt* witti «wnn4krll. ImW MlutUn iitm |»U. lid UUUfll. hr*. Sunt, 111., Iter M. 1MI. I with y*te la Hil tint It aMtta jWta 0U, H« to trn n*m »t »*U. william arauiLts. Permanent. ItMl A* SMtmf 'H til mt la klfi aal ImI tu •I* ol (t. )MObi Oil u* Iu na Attn. Kick., 17 II. 1U(. 't tu tiku with hIm •ar* fer oa* to*- A lltlBUM atae*. •. OBBZS. FvUVBLL. a* navMists axs dial»b TNI CHARLES A. VOOILM CO.. BalDaon. Md. ivilmiw. mm IAuii 'iik SiUJS This is the Top of the Genuine PeariTop Lamp Chimney. All others, im ilar are im itation. This exact Label is on each Pearl "op Chimney. IA dealer may say and think he has others as good, BUT HE HAS NOT. Insist upon the Exact Label and Top. For Sale Everywhere. Made only by GEO. A. MACBETH & SO., Pittsburgh, Fa. ASTALL PRECEDENT Over Two Millions Jisli ibutrd' Louisiana State 1-ottery Company Incorporated !y the Lfgishitiire in 1868, for Ed ucational and charitable purposes, and its fran chise made a part of the present State Constitu tion, in I87it, by an overwhelming popular vote. Its Grand Extraordinary Drawing* take place Semi-Annually,(June and December) and it* Graud .Single Number Drawings take place on each of the other ten months in the year,and are all drawn in public, at the Acudeiny of Munic, New Oi-leauei, La. "We do hereby certify that we supervise the .*• ate person manace and control the drawings themselves, and tli»l the same are con- arranKements for all the Monthly am Drawings 1 company, and in nual. .Semi-An- awings of The Ixmlsiana State lottery ducted with honesty, fairness and in good faith toward all parties, and we authorize the Compa ny to use this certificate, with fac similies of our iunatures attached, in its advertisements." ComiiiiKsionci'N. We the undersigned Banks and Rankers will pay all prizes drawn in The Louisiana State Lot teries which may be presented at our counters. R. M. AVAI.MSI.KY, Pres. La. Nafl Ilk.' PIKRItK LANAUX. Pres. State Nafl Ilk. A. BALDWIN, Pres. New Orleans Nat Uk CARL KOHN, Pres. Union National Itank. Mammoth Drawing In the Academy of Music, New Orleans, Tuesday, December 18, 1888. Capital Prize. $600,000. 100,000 Tickets at Forty Dol lars each. Halves $20 Quarters $10 Eighths $5 Twentieths $2 For tieths $1. LIST OK l'KIZES. 1 l'rue .f $GOO.OOO is 1 Prize 01 200.000 is. 1 Prize ol 1 Prize of 2 Prizes of 5 Prizes of 12 Prizes of 25 Prizes »f 100 Prizes of 200 Prizes of 500 Prizes of 100 Prizes of $1,000.ire 100 Prizes of $800 are 100 Prizes of .?400 are 11 it .. $00,000 200,000 100,000 is 100,000 50,000 is.... 25,000 are.. 10.000 are 5.00(1 are 2.000 are Telephone Connection. 50,000 50,000 50,000 GO 000 50,000 80.000 HO,000 100.000 SOO are 400 are •^00 are A I I O I AT IO 1 KI'/. KS. 100,000 HO,000 40,00ft i: i: it a .s •it) l'rizes of SstM are y. Prizes of §t!KJ are TWO Xl'.MliKI! TKl:.MI*Al.S. SKI0 Prizes of .fi-'OO are W0 Prizes of yii() are 79,200 39,000 180,000 180,000 3,140 Prizes amo'.nting to $*J,11»,800 Fok Ci.fi: itATKs, or any further infor mation desired, write legibly to the undersigned, clearly stating your residence, with State, Coun ty. Street and Number. More rapid return mail (feliverv will be assured by your enclosing an Envelope bearing your full address. Send POSTAL NOTES, Kxpress Money Orders, or New York Kxchange in ordinary letter. Currency liv express (at our expense) addressed to M. A. DAUPHIN, Address Registered Letters to NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL RANK, New Orleans, La. a re of KLlVI Eiitl rLl\ :i]s Beauregard and Karly, wlio are in charge of the drawings, is a guaran tee of absolute fairness and integrity, that the chances are all equal, and that no one can possi blv divine what number will draw a prize. RE MEMBER, also, that the payment of all Prizes is GUARANTEEO BY FOUR NAT IONAL BANKS of New Orleans, and the Tickets are signed by the President of an Instl tution, whose chartered rights are recognized in the highest Courts therefore, beware of any imitations or anonymous schemes. WJEAX MEN! lVbmtatMflB* I sidivcretiont of (il'ARASTKRM 03. Exoeaaet, WB lju Electric ing Current rt'RRtVthi« New Improved thu specitfcpurpyM.Ct'Rtor &EJfrSATtVK W EAKNEStf, Pfi7 etRuout.mild, toothin?currents of ity directly through «ilwe«k parti.restore \o het!th »n4 Vigorous Strength. Electtiff felt instantJjr or w« forfeit $3,000 in cash. Greatest ImproTemeiitaoTer nit other belts. Worot cases per* DMoently cured in three months. 8e*led pamphlet4c. itinf The Sanden Electric Co. 169 LaSa I le al.. hicago. EDGAR W. CAMP, ATTORNFV And Counselor at Law. Oftick IV DooiiiTTiiK BLOCK, .JAMESTOWN DAK ,s J. R. WINSLOW, Wanted. Several good solicitors, ladies or gentle men at $100.00 per month, 825.00 required and security for money collected. Ad dress. Geo. W. DEALER IN S. B. S. UMBER. Lath, Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Building Paper, Etc., Etc Officc and Yards, Main St., OD. Northern Dakota Elevator. J. M. TKENARY, -DEALER IN- Coal and Wood, FLOUR AND FEED. JAMESTOWN, Gull River Lumber Co. MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN Lumber, Shingles, Sash, Doors, &c Mills at Cull River, Minnesota. Office and Elevator Co What! This!! A great many people of late have been trying to determine which would be the most advantageous thing to do, to enjoy health and pleasure. After careful investigation it haB been ascertained that the most practical, is to purchase a ticket to one of the numerous winter resorts of the south and west via the Minneapolis & St. Louis Ry. "Al bert Lea Route," "St. Paul, Minneapolis & St. Louis Short Line," which are now on sale at all principal points at greatly reduced rates. Your especial attention is called to the fact that the "Albert Lea Route" is the only line making daily connections witli the vestibuled trains of the "Great Rock Island Route," which run through with out change to Colorado Springs, Pueblo and Denver. The solid through train service of the St. Paul, Minneapolis & St. Louis Short Line is unsurpassed for parties desiring to visit the winter resorts of the south, and is positively the only line running Pullman buffet sleepers and First Class coaches through to St. Louis via Bur lington. For detailed information concerning rates, routes, etc., call upon your nearest ticket agent, or write to E. A. Whitakek. Gen. Tkt. & Pass. Ag't. Minneapolis. Cline, Wagner Block, Des Moines, Iowa. TrimMjE, Jamestown D. T. OBIX W. FRANCIS. H. C. SOUTHARD. FRANCIS & SOUTHARD. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. FARGO, DAK Attention given to Land Office matters. Rooms 1,2 and 3, lied River Bank Building. CATARRH COLD tXMBN HEAD. New Orleans, La. Or sr. A. DAUPHIN. Washington, I). C. Try the Cure Ely's Cream Balm VtVUUDwD ifliv '08. Al-• lays Inflammation. Heals the Sores. Restores the Senses of Taste, Smell and Hearing. A pmrtiel* Ul applied into each nostril *nd awreeable. Price 30c. «t Dnw»i«t or by •all. ELY BROTHERS,56 Wuren St,New York. Great English Remedy, TMalUrk. Murray's Specific. A rii:i ran teed cure for all nervous diseases, swell as Weak Memory, Loss of Brain I'ower, Hysteria, He:ulaclie, Pain in tlie Biick, Ner vous prostration, Wakefulness, Lueorrhhcrn, universal lassitude, Seminal Weakness, Impot^ncy and general ]oss 0f power of tlie Befjre Taking, CJenerativeOrgans —In eitliersex, caused by indiscretion or overexertion, ana wliieh ultimately lead to Premature Old Akp, In sanity and Consumption. $1.00 a Trade lurk, box, or six Imxes for SG.(I0. Sent by mail on receipt of price. Full particulars in pamphlet, sent free to every applicant. We Guarantee Six Iloxes to cure any case. For every 35 order received, we send six boxes with a written guarantee to reft mind the money if our Specfic ril .. does not effect a cure. Alter I SKiaga Address all communications to the Sole Manu facturers, The Murkay Mkdicixe Co., Kansas City, Mo. jy Sold in Jamestown by WONNENBEBQ A AVIS. r. DAKOTA. Yard—North Side, near N. P. O. CHENERY. GUNS! -ETiiCLe Cixi l©3:?3r ANI ALL hinds of Sporting Goods JAMESTOWN, DAKOTA. 6 GRAND EXCURSIONS TO Toronto, Montreal, and All Points in Canada, VIA THE "ALBERT LEA ROUTE/' MINNEAPOLIS & ST. LOUIS R'WAY UPON Nov. 20tl», 27th, Dec. I1, I 1th and 17th. Round trip rate $40 from Dakota and Manitoba points situated on the North ern Pacific and St. Paxil, Minneapolis & Manitoba Railways. Your particular attention ip called to the fact that this is the A binding. pages. 500 only link,where by Omnibus transfers can be avoided in Chicago. For Maps, Time Tables or other information, call upon the nearest ticket agents of the above named lines, or write to E. A. WHITAKER, Gen. Ticket & Pass. Ag't, Minneapolis, Minn. 9IIMAP0LIS & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY", AND THE FAHOUS "Albert Lea Route.' Two Through Trains Daily From St. Paul and Minneauolm TO CSZC^LCO Without change, connecting with the Fact Train of all lines for the East and Southeast! THE DIRECT «N0 ONLY LINE RUNNING THROUGH CARS BETWEEN MINNEAPOLIS AND DES MOINES, IOWA, Via Albert X.ea and Fort Dodge. DIRECT LINE TOJfATERTOWN, DAKOTA. 2 SOLID THROTGH TRAMS MINNEAPOLIS and St. LOUIS and the Principal Cities of the MlMleaipp Valley connecting in Union Depot witb a point south and Boothweat. MANY HOURS SAVED ning two trains daily to If A MCA OITV Leavenworth and Atchl-'^'*'*®'*® wl I tf «on, making connections with the Union Pacific and Atchiwon, Topeka A Santa Fe railways. Close connections made in Union Depot with all trains of the St. Pan., Minneapolis A Manitoba, Northern Pacific. St. Panl 4 Dalntb Railways, from and to all points north and north west. a I 1 numcmDcn. .poi,,, illustrations. Cloth binding. of the English Language, containing Cloth binding. 6 eannot Ask you. aocording to your needs. A gt Lootg llw4f arc composed of Comf triable Day Coaches, mag r.iflcent Pnllman Sleei lng Cars, Horton Reclining Chair 0am, and onr jnstly celebrated PALACE DINING CAKS! ISO LBS. OE BAGGAGE CHECKSD FRKjs. Fare always as Low as the Lowest. For Tina Table*, Through Tickets, etc., call op*n ths nearest ut Ag«nt or write to 8. F. BOTD. en'i Tkti Pasa. A**..,Minneapolis. 5N ft ,.h 1 A Dictionary of American Politics.— Comprising accounts of Political Parties, Measures and Men Explanations of the Constitution Divisions and Political Workings of the Government, together with Po litical Phrases, Familiar Names of Persons and Places, Noteworthy Sayings, etc., etc. By Everit Brown and Albert Strauss. 565 pages. Cloth binding. Senator JohnSherman says: "I have to acknowledge the re ceipt of a copy of your 'Dictionary of American Politics/ I have iooked over it, and find it a very excellent book of reference, which every American family ought to have. 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OVB LATEST IMPROVEMENTS! ?JAMES MEANS' $3 SHOE 'UNEXCELLED IN lSTYLE UNEpUALLEQ jn DURABILITY AND PERFECTION & E S A E A S $ 4 S O E CANNOT FAIL TO S A I S I tHEMOST JBF FIT. FASTI 1^1 Industry James Means-»IShoe Is in every respect equal to tho shoes which only a few years ago were retailed a'ctjlh* or ten dollars. If you will try on a pair you will be convinced that we ilo not exaggerate. Ours ar« or'i inal *1 anil $4 Shoes, and those wlio imitate our system of business are unable toennmete wtth a a I S nple'nrfiiirreg'on for us?o sell^shoe™In" SJauselliost'of the*5retailers aro|cl£rglnt?t^i^cus^mers^i rMail fkliout tloublo tht) iric?a which the shot** h«wo cost at wholtjsult*. The COQ8M|U0UC6 is that th® tubule who wear shoe* ari» paving Ri* or ncvun tlollars pair for shoe* which are not worth as much as our ViVS ilKANS' n:i end *4 SllPBS. Onr shoes with their very low retail prices stamped oa tho wAk1of every ualr are br£kin7down tlie hi«h prices which ha\« hitherto ruled in the retail markets here, nmfwhen of goods in his stock they at once beyin to go o« like hot cakes, great Ls the demand for them." assures you that I on the soles, you cannot tell what you are getting a ._ .. ... what your shoes have cost him. Now, can you afford to do this wlill* our nune and the fixed retail price upon the soles of our shoes before eannot be made to oar more for your shoes than they are worth HhiVifSJiB fflfffcrsfH fsctsrv are said by wide-awake retailers la •11 partew the oMstrr. We will plaoe them easily within your reach In any State or Territory If you will Invert Oae vi 1 Abbott, M. D. pages. Illustrated. Cloth words, and illustrated with that we are now able to afflrm that & of my trip. I have thus farsuccecded.n P^ourfoU CO., 41 Lincoln St., Boston, JAMESTOWN RUSSELL, MILLER MILLIN6 COMPANY, Proprietors Manufacturers of FLOUR AND FEED. THE CELEBRATED BRANDS: Belle of Jamestown, "A" Patent. Golden Northwest 7 ifAl 620 700 wood 600 pages. pages, treating Physiology, Hygiene, Mar riage, Medical Practice, etc. By J. E. Danelson, M. D. Illustrated. Cloth bind ing. This work describes all known diseases and ailments, and gives plain prescriptions for their cure, with proper directions for home treatment. It describes the best Washes, Liniments, Salvest Plasters, Infusions, Pills, Injections, Sprays, Syrups, Tonics, etc. These are valuable to the physician and nurse, making it a manual for reference. Boys' Useful Pastimes.—Pleasant and profitable amusement A. M. 300 illus Ours are the :e wtth us la we are protecting you by stamping 1 they leave our factory so that yva Mass.