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Yankton and Sioux Falls want the Manitoba railroad extended to those cities. Tlie three Chinese laundries at Sioux -Palls, it is estimated, send §10,000 yearly to China. Protection to American labor cuts no li*uro, apparently, at Sioux Falls. Dickey county fanners will increase the acreage of grain sown this year, over that of last year, fully thirty per cent. They expect to raise 200,000 bushels of wheat, oats and barley. Grafton is in ecstacies over the arrival of a Chinese laundrytnan. Ono who has been there says that if a panoramic view of the Pacific coast could be exhibited at Grafton that Chinaman would remain there about tive minutes. He'd go or die. The commissioners of Walsh county have appropriated S.%000 for the purpose of furnishing seed wheat to residents of the county, under the provisions of the seed wheat bill, providing the petition, as required in said bill, is presented to the board in time. St. Paul Globe: The separation of the Dakotas will clip 100 miles or more from the claim that Dakota has both the source and mouth of a river 500 miles in length, a fact not duplicated in any other state. It is also the largest river not navigable. The stream, however, will run down the valley of the James, just as ever. Minot Rustler-Tribune: When the Farmers' alliance people discover that their pet bill, known as the elevator and warehouse bill, exempts those institu tions from taxation, they will not have so much to sav. It is a fair sample of granger legislation—disastrous to them selves and every one else, except to the corporation they seek to legislate acainst. Rustler-Tribune: A copy of the Jamestown Land Journal,edited by Hon. E. P. Wells of Jamestown, has been re ceived. The Land Journal is one of the oldest publications of the kind in the territory, and is devoted to the interests of immigration. The propiretor of the Rustler-Tribune did the mechanical work for the Journal eight or nine years ago. It is the same old Journal, full of life jar I never fails to reflect the many ad vantages of the famous James River Val ley. Dakota Settler: We heartily wish every citizen of Burleigh county could spend an hour or two in our district court. Tho Settler has had good reasons for criticising our court proceedings in the past, and it is certainly a pleasure to justify our criticisms by observations of judicial methods that, come up to our standard. Judge Rose is dignified, cour teous, scholarly, anxious to dispose of business, and prefers hearing to talking. There is a conspicuous absence of the personality that smacks of autocracy, and tends to elevate the profession to a plane where they feel that their services in untangling the intricacies of the law are appreciated. We are disposed to congratulate the bar of the sixth judicial district that they can reasonably assume that jurisprudence and judge are not synonymous and convertable terms. A Good Program. The college students have arranged for a very pleasant entertainment to be giv en next Thursday evening at the opera house. Tickets are now on sale at 25 cents, and 15 cents for ehildren, and judging from the large number already sold, the entertainment will be one of the most successful ever given in Jamestown. The following is the program, which will begin at eight o'clock sharp: I'ART I. Chorus "Oil, Hail Us.Ye Free" Students, assisted by Messrs. Smith and I-atta. Declamation An incident in the Sioux War (iuy Walters. instrumental JSolo Tarantelle Miss Lillian McGinnis. Kssay Cultivation of the Mind Miss JJbbie White. Vocal Solo Margarulte Miss Jessie Bowman. An Address Education Miss Lizzie Lloyd. Quartette of male voices Speed Away Messrs. Smith. Wanner, 1-attu, and Wanner. Recitation The Angels of JJuena Vista Miss Edith Atkinson. Vocal Solo—Lullaby Knimet MissThirza (limblett. Kssay La I Kir a Condition of Success John Fried. PART 11. Medley Instrumental College Orchestra. Recitation That Uaby in Tuscaloo Miss Kdith Wanner. Instrumental Solo Romance from Taunliauser .Arranged by Liszt Mrs. John H. Waugli. Kssay lieauty Miss Sarah Klliott. Recitation.. .Miss Mahoney on the Chi nese Question Miss Grace Vincent. Vocal Solo Dreaming Mrs. L. Rodger.I. Recitation Child Life in a Hotel Miss Kdith Sharp. Chorus The Wild Winds Sweep I Students, assisted by Messrs. Smith and I.atta. Kssay Importance of ivrsevi-rence Miss Uertrude Tiiden. Instrumental Solo— Rigoletto deVer di lArrangcd by Liszt Miss Myra Porter. I A Pleasing Sense Of health and strength renewed and of ease and comfort follows the use of Syrup of Figs, as it acts in harmony with nature to effectually cleanse the system -when costive or bilious. For sale in 50c and $1.00 bottles by all leading druggists. The Minot Rustler Tribune kind in the territory and is devoted to the interests of immigration. The pro prietor of the Rustler-Tribune did the mechanical work for the Journal, eight or nine years ago. It is the same old Journal, full of life and never fails to reflect the many advantages of the famous James River valley. Expand the Mind By seeing as much as you can of tho world. But cvo you set out either as a tourist, com mercial traveler or emigrant—whether you go by rail, steamship or steamboat, provide your self with Hostetter's stomach ltttters, which the traveling public recognizes as the finest uieiiicai siile^imnl and preventive of sea sick news with which any one journeying by land or water can be jn ovlded. It furnishes to the western pioneer adequate protection against malaria, rheumatism and those disorders of the bowels which miasma tainted water beget.' Its sedative effect upon a stomach pertu bed by the rocking of a *lup is truly magical, and it is a capital appetizer and nerve invlgorator. Excellent is it for biliousness and kidney in action, and it counteracts, in a remarkable degree, the eliects ol' fatigue, physical or mental. After wetting and exposure in in clement weather. it should be used as a pre ventive Advice to Mothers. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, for children teething, is the prescription of one of the best female nurses and physi cians in the United States, and has been used forty years with never-failing suc cess by millions of mothers for their children. Daring the process of teeth ing its value is incalculable. It relieves the child from pain, cures dysentery and diarrhoea, griping in the bowels, and wind-colic. By giving health to the child it rests the mother. Price 25c. a bottle. This is the TopoftheGenuine Pearl Top Lamp Chimney. All others, similar are imitation. This exact Label is on each Pearl WUAK ssiya that a copy of the Jamestown Land Journal, I edited by Hon. E. P. Wells of Jamestown, h»» been received. The Land Journal is one of the oldest publications of the Top Chimney. A dealer may say and think he has others as good, BUT HE HAS NOT. Insist upon the E:cact Label and Top. For Sale Everywhere. Mace only by GEO. A. MACBETH & GO,, Pittsburgh, Fa. MARVELOUS MEMORY DISCOVERY. Only Genuine Syatem »f Memory Training* Four Baolca Learned in one rending. Mind wandering cured. Every child and ndnlt greatly benefitted. Great inducements to Correspondence CUsae*. with Opinion* of Dr. Win. A. Hsm- Benjainin. and others, sent post free by Prof. A. X.OISETTE, 237 Fifth Ave.»N. Y. LAKE SIDE FIRE ASMS MFG. COMPANT. 09 MARKKET ST., CHICAGO, II/L. E O E S SMITH & WESSON PATTERN, 38 Calibre. Single Action, Shell Extracting.. .$5 00 Double Action 6 00 Double Action, Self-Ejecting 7 50 Made of the best material, in the best possible manner. Every arm warranted. Any of the above sent C. O. D. by Ex press, with privilege of examination be fore paying. P"-"** •.TKr.i AAAaTKBTO Ittl'UOVSO til «:»*.•»or rCtT«£Off IrhN rHVflY :s "VV EaL.N UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION ZbB, fTi?- Uhuou*, nii.fl, current® of Electric- itrdirreuj through ml wrtb ptrta.rcfior* ipgUiein*j^f|g'to heauh n»d Vigorous Sfr*»rjr:h. EWisio Current or voforfeit45,000 iacfttfu GreatestIroprovemi'ntftovc ud other belu. Woraf c**eiiper* munentl cured in three months. p«mpMct4c. *t»mp ThtSandviE'ectricCo. IGdUSailosK.ChiMflOl Northern Pacific RAILROAD. THE DIRECT I.INK BETWEEN ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, OR DULTFTH Minnesota, Dakota, Montana Itoiio, Washington Territory. OREGON, British Columbia, Puget Sound, AND ALASKA. Express Trains Daily, to which are attached Pullman Palace Sleepers AND ELEGANT DINING CARS. No Change of Cars BETWEEN St. Paul and Portland, ON ANY CLASS OF TICKET. EMIGRANT SLEEPERS FREE. The Only All Rail Line to the 1 YELLOWSTONE PARK,' For all information as to Time, Rates, etc.. Address CHAS S. FEE, General Pass, tg't, St. Paul, Minn. Over a Million Distributed Louisiana State Lottery Company Incorporated by tlio Legislature in 18G8, for Ed ucational and charitable purposes, and its fran chise made a part of the present State Constitu tion, 111 lST'J, by an overwhelming popular vote. lts MAMMOTH DRIVINGS take place Semi-Annually,(June and December) ami its Orund Single Number lru«iiif?s take place on each of the otlierten months in the year,and me all drawn in public, at the Academy of Music, Xew Orleans, I.a. FAMED FOR TWENVY YEARS. FOK 1NTKGK1TV OF ITS DRAWINGS AND l'ROMl'T PAYMENT OF lMtlZKS, Attested as follows: \V do hereby certify that we supervise the arrangements lor all the Monthly and Semi An nual Unwinds ol' The Louisiana State Lottery company, amhn person manage and control the ctravviiiKft tnemstuves, and th&w the same are con ducted with lumesty, fairness and in good faith toward nil parties, aiul wo authorize the Conma ny to use this certilieate, with fac similiesof IK natures attached, in its advertisements." Commissioners*. We the undersigned Banks and Bankers wiU pay all prizes drawn in The Louisiana State Lot teries which may be presented at our counters. ll.M.WAtMSI.liV, Pres. La. Nat'l lik. PIKllKl! LANAUX, Pres. State Nat'l lik. A. BALDWIN, Pres. New Orleans Nat'l UU CAUL KOIIN, Pres. Union National Itank. Grand Monthly Drawing, At the Academy of Music, New Orleans, Tnes day, April 16, ISSO, Capital Prize, $300,000. 100,000 Tickets at Twenty Dol lars each. Halves $10 Quarters 56 Tenths 82 I'wentieths $1. LIST OF prizes. 1 I'ri/.e 1 Prize 01 1 Prize of 1 Prize of •J Prizes of 5 Prizes of 25 Prizes «f 100 Prizes of 200 Prizes of 500 Prizes of 300.000 is... 100.000 is... 50,000 is... Address Registered Letters to §8oo,ooti 100,000 50,000 25,000 20.000 25 00o 2.-,0U) STi.OOO is... 10.000 are.. 5,000 are. 1,000 are. 500 are. 300 are.. ~00 are.. HO.OdO H0,000 100,000 Al'J'KOXlMATIOX PRIZES. 100 Prizes of S500 are 300 Prizes of $300 are 100 Prizes of S200 are 50,000 130,000 20,000 TKltMINAl. l'RIZES. 999 Prizes of $100 are 999 Prizes of TOO are 90,900 99,900 3,134 Prizes amounting to $1,054,800 Notb.—Tickets drawing capital prizes are not entitled to terminal prizes. For ClubKatks, or "any further infor i'O. "i Oil lUltUCl I1UU1* mation desired, write legibly to the undersigned, clearly stating your residence, with State, Coun .u Number. More rapid retu be assured by your eucl Envelope bearing your full addTress. tv. Street anuN umber. More rapid return mah delivery will be assured by your enclosing an Send POSTAL NOTES, Express Money Orders, or New York Exchange in ordinary letter. Currency by express (at our expense) addressed to M. A. DAUPHIN, New Orleans. La. Or M. A. DAUPHIN, Washington, D. C. NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK, New OrleaiiH, La. KE MEMBER, that the pavment ol Prizes is GUARANTEED BY FOlllt NAT IONAL BANKS of New Orleans, and the Tickets are signed by the President of an Insti tution, whose chartered rights are recognized in the highest Courts: therefore, beware ol any imitations or anonymous schemes ONE DOLLAR is the price of the smallegt part or fraction of a ticket ISSUED BY US in any drawing. Anything in our name offered for less than a dollar is a swindle. WEAK,UNDEVELOPED PARTS or THE KPMAHBOPYKHXAaOBP^PBVELOfBS STRENGTHENED, lite., t« interwtlpg ami long runt a oar paper. In rtply to! pq»lrlw we wll Ittuil thef l» no evidence ef humbug about tbit. On the •ontrary, »dTcrtU«rg are rnry hlybly pdorwed. Inieretted pTaomi Big (Jut!| IN PRICES ON 'J'eas, Dried Fruits, Baking Powder, Jellies, Pickles, Garden, Field, Flower AND TREE SEEDS, AT CHAS. HENSHL'S, (Gladstone Block.) Jamestown, Dakota. Great English Remedy. Murray's Specific. T»ade Murk. A guaranteed .uire for iil nervous diseases, such as Weak Memory, l/).ss of Brain Power, llvsteria Headache, Pain in tlie*Ilark, Ner vous prostration, Wakefulness (ucorrhhu a, universal Lassitude Seminal Weakness, Imjxrtenc and Keneral loss of power of th Bafore Taking (ieneratlveOrgaiis --in eitiiersex cjiused by indiscretion or overexertion, and which ultimately lead^to Preinatiu-etOld Age, In sanity and Consumption. #1.0" a TnlaKut, box, or six Iwxes for 85.00. Sent by mail on receipt of price. Full particulars in pamphlet, sent free to every applicant. 1 We Guarantee Six B«xe« cure any case. For every ?5 order received, we send six boxes with a written guarantee to re hind the money if our Specfie docs not effect a cure. After TaKlng. Address all communications to the Sole Mann facturers. The Murray MkdicinkCo.. Kansas Citv, Mo. Sold i»i Jamestown by WONWNBERG & AVIS II ftTpfl from the diary of tour Mil I p* iate, commercial travel IVII I lair, ere, business men and others has revealed: That the Wisconsin Central has the unqualified endorsement of all That the Wisconsin Central has today the most popular line between Minne apolis, St. Paul and Milwaukee und Chicago That the Wisconsin Central is daily adding to its admirers as the recognized Pullman line between Minneapolis, St. Paul and Milwaukee and Chica go That the Wisconsin Central touches the most prcruiiuent points in Wisconsin, and that it has more important business centers on its through line than any other railway in the Northwest That the Wisconsin Central has made un enviable reputation with its peerless Dining Car Service That the Wisconsin Central runs fast trains on which all classes of passengers are carried with commodious and distinct accommodation for all That the Wisconsin Central has rep resentatives distributed throughout the country, who will cheerfully give any in formation that may be desired, and that its terminal agents are specially instruct ed to look after the comfort of passengers who may be routed via its line. For detailed information, apply to your nearest Ticket Agent or to representa tives of the road. Win S. Mellen James Barker, General Masagcr, Gen. Tkt. Pass. Agt. Louis Eckstein, Asst. (Senl. J'assr. & Tkt. A^'t. MILMAUKEE, WIS. P. H. ANSON, Northwestern l'assi n^er Agnut. 19 Nicollet House Mock, Mi.nnkaI'ouh, Minn Are You Going to New Orleans, OU FLORIDA IF so, LOOK Where Runs the 'Monon' Swiftly Souiu, From I^ke llichigan south it startetli,* From CHICAGO great in si/.e:| MICHIGAN' CITY, too, it touclieth, Thence throuuli towns of enterprise route to INDIANAI'OIJS, Where natural gas flows free: inward then to CINCINNATI, Offering two routes to the .sea Or from MONON, where it hranchetii, Visit I.Al'AYKTTE so fair Then see ye also LOt'lSYlLLIC, So famed for beauty rare. Here again the ".Monon" offerctli Routes of PullmanJiufTct three, To theJGulf coast and to Florida, Via KENTUCKY or TICNNKSSHK. l'dlliiiiin Butlet fSIeepers on all Jilglit Trains. Chair Cars on Day Trains. For particulars-address L. E. Sessions, T. P. A., Box 583, Minneapolis, Minn., or E. O. McCokmick, General Passenger Agent, 185 Dearborn street, Chicago. City Ticket Office, 73 Clark street. vive iiooY 'fcYBY DQMTYBOUUY. Rubber Bcots until you have seen the "COLCHESTER" with "Extension Edao" &. Napoloon Top. This Is the beet fitting and MOST DURABLE BOOT In the market. Made of the Best PURE CUM stock. The "Extension Edge" protects the up per, adds to wear of tho Solo by giving broader treading surface, AND SAVES MONEY FOR THE WEARER. E O A I 8 N UUIl I TIL YOU HAVE SEEN THE COLCHESTER ARCTIC with "Outside Countor." Ahead of ACL others In style A durability. If you want the worth of your money try the Colchester with "OUTSIDE COUNTER." For sale by DOLE Sc J..1EBEB, Jnmestewn. Dak The CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL Radl-way. rri'v»T/iv»J ct^vPT*"* XISSMTQIT. NORTHF1EIO FAIUBAU nkfttO^OWATONN kL-ariN CMQicfi 'Mimm '^STPAUil^ rAvejT DELAWARE V-MONTlCEtLO ommi tmi 6VOAIL RMIOI fBlQOURNCV /OTTUMW ACYMOU fK ujcowi/n ION MDMSON RiPHS OUTri For tickets, lime tables, or any information in regard to tin- lin?, apply to any ticket a«ent in the Northwest, or to w. H. DIXON, Assistant General Passeufter Aj?ent, 162 East Third street, St. I'aul, -Minn. ROSWELL MILLER, Oenei'al Manauer. J. F. TUCKER, A.ssist i!it Ccneral Mumiger. A. Y. H. CARPENTER, Cen'l l'ass. & Tkt. Agt. GEO. H. HEAFFORD, Ass't Ccn'l 1'ass. & Tk"t Agt. SUBSCItTBE FOR THE I ATL ALERT Telephone Connection. FOUB NEW STATES. South Dakota, North Dakota, Mon tana, Washington. On February 22,188!), the president signed the bill crcatinn South Dakota, North Dakota, Mon tana, and Washington, states of the Union South Dakota—Tile great Prairie State, to which the St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba railway lias three mailt lines, reaching Ellen dale. Aberdeen, Huron, Watcrtown, and Sioux Kails. Go to South Dakota via the St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba railway ami pass through St. Paul aud Minneapolis en rouic. North Dakota—Where is grown the No. 1 Hard Scotch Fife Wheat-. whose healthful cli mate nurtures the most vigorous and brainy civ ilization on earth where single counties raise more wheat,oats and barley than entire states the soil of whose "fertile prairies is richer thai) the valley of the Nile where the Turtle Moun tain, Minot aud Devils Lake land districts invite the home seeker to secure a free home. Magnifi cent daily train service to Kargo, Grand Forks, Grafton. Devils Lake, Hottineau, and all other important points. Montana, tlie Golden—'Treasures in her mines of precious metals: wealth in her4,000,000 head of live stock profit in her fertile fleids, producing a larger yield of crops than any other state or territory: the richest eountry per inhabitant on earth where prosperity Is uni versal which has the best paid labor in the world a balmy, winter climate, caused by warm winds from the Pacific. The St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba railway is the only railroad passing through a continuous agricultural eountry from St. Paul and Minne apolis to the Koeky Mountains. It runs through the Great Reservation of 18,000,000 acres of land, free to settlers, in the Milk liiver Valley. Wood, water, and coal in abundance no irrigation re~ oiiireii: the only line passing through Great Falls, with its l,000,u(K) horse power cataracts immehse eoal veins, and surrounding farming country of free laud through Helena, the capi tal city and commercial center of Montana, and Butte, the richest mining eainn on earth, to San Kraneisto by the Columbia Klver Yallev, Port land and Shasta Koute, or Ogden, Utah", to Cal ifornia points. Kemeinber this is the onlv line running din'ngcars, sleeping cars and free colo nist sleepers of its own from St. Paul and Minne apolis to Great Falls, Helena and Butte. It is also the shortest line to Butte. •\VunliliiKton—The eountry of tall timber, in dented by l'uged Sound, the Mediterranean of the Pacific. I)o not forget that the St. Paul, Minnea)iolis & Manitoba railway is the only line which etfers a choice of three routes to the Pa cific Coast. The Manitoba Pacific route is the only line by which passengers en route for Ta coma, Portland and San Francisco can pass through Port Townsend and Seattle. Free colo nist sleepers run through without changa or de lay. Distance to Pacific coast is same as by other lines, but prices of tickets are five and ten dollars lesi. Take the Seattle route. For further information, maps, rates and pub lications in regard to the resources of the lour new states, write or apply to F. I. WHITNEY, Gt*n'l Pass, and Ticket Agent, 8t.P..M. & M. lly., St Paul, Minn. OBIN W. FBAKCTS H. C. SOUTHARD. FRANCIS SOUTHARD. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. FARGO, DAK. Attention given to Land Office matters. Booms 1,2 and 3, Bed River Bank Bnildin?. -i J. R. WINSLOW. -DEALER IN- E Lath, Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Building Paper, Etc., Etc, Office and fards, Main St.. Oo. Northern Dakota Elevator. J. M. TRENARY, -DEALER IN- Coal and Wood, FLOUR AND FEED. JAMESTOWN, .... DAKOTA. Gull River Lumber Co. MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS lit Lumber, Shingles, Sash, Doors, &c Mills at Gull River, Minnesota. Office and Yard—North Side, near N. P, Elevator Co JAMESTOWN RUSSELL, MILLER MILLING COMPANY, Proprietors" Manufacturers of FLOUR AND FEED. THE CELEBRATED BRANDS: Bdle» Jami'Stowi!, "A" Patent. Gofdea Northwest COMMERCIAL HOTEL! CHAS. MAHONEY, Proprietor. —Newly Furnished and Refitted Throughout.— First Class Accommodations. RATES $1 00 TO 1 50 peh DAY- BOARD BY DAY OR WEEK. FEED STABLE IN CONNECTION. Located One Block Prom Depot, Open Day and Night MINNEAPOLIS & ST. LOUIS Rail-way. AND TUB FAMOUS 'Albert Lea Route-' Two Through Trains Daily From St. Paul and Minneapolis To Cliioaejo, Without change, connecting with the fast tr&inb oi all lines for the East and Southeast? The Direct and Only Line Running Throu Cars between Minneapolis & DesMoines, Via Albert Lea and and Fort Dodge. DIRECT LIKE TO WATERTOWK, DAKOTA. 2 SOLID THKOBGH TRAINS 2 I'.KTWEEN MINNEAPOLIS AND ST. LOUIS And the Principal cities of Mississippi Valley, connecting in Union Depots with all points south and southwest. MAN HOURS SAVED SSISSSSS two trains daily to l^a\- A \TC a PlTv enworth and Atchison, lV/ii\oAo L.1 I I making connections with the Union Pacific and Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe railways. ESr-Glose connections made in Union DepoU with all trains of the St. Paul Minneapolis & Manitoba, Jvorthern Pacific, St. Paul & Duluth ^lumuviii "viuV', J. aid 1/UlUll railways, from and to all poiuts north and north west. REMEMBFR! Tllc,1tr?t"8 llis 01 otthe B?p8a£e Mlnne- nwnjjiHUbfti apolis & St. Louis railway are composed of Comfortable Coaches, Magnifi cent Pullman bleeping Cars, Horton heclining Chair Cars, and our lustly celebrated PALACE DINING CABS! i.30„ Checked FREE. Fare aJ- ways as low as the lowest. For Time Tables, TtStpltfa mint'6or efc.,to Tickest Agent, write call upon the nearat S. F. BOYD. Gen'I Ticket and Pass. Agent, MlnnaDolis Mtnn. EDGAR W. CAMP, ATTORNFV And Counselor at Law. Omci in Dooumii Block, JAMESTOWN* DAK.