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CITY AND VICINITY.
(From Thursday's Daily.)
hand farm harness Eager's.
F. M. Andre is able to be out today
for the first time in several weeks.
D. MoKeohnie and Thomas DouRhty
were visitors in the city from Carrington
Judge Glaspell has almost entirely re
covered from his recent illness caused
by the grippe.
Mrs A. Osborn has returned from
where she was the guest of Mrs.
H. G. Edwards.
Misa Alvina Johnson who has been
visiting her sister Mra. Geo. Nelson,
left today for Mandan.
J.Bassett left for the west last evening.
He will locate in Washington where he
has secured a contract for freighting for
a shipping company.
Miss Edith Oarley returned this morn
ing from Wisoonsin where Bhe spent the
winter. She will begin a term of sohool
at Montpelier Monday next.
New and second hand bioyoles at
All members of the Degree team are
requested to meet at Workmen hall Fri
day afternoon at 3 o'clock sharp. By
order of the captain.
ltusk Bros, have completed the work
of putting in a new ceiling in the Odd
Fellows hall. The rooms present a very
A apeoial election will be held April
29 for the purpose of deciding whether
the city shall issue $7,500 worth of bonds
for the sinking a new well.
of administration in the ee
tate of Rachel Bradway, deceased, were
granted today in probate court, to John
Before the disoovery of One Minute
Cough Cure, ministers were greatly dis
excuse for it now. Wonnenberg & Avis.
A coach load of Dagos were taken
west this morning to Steele where they
will be employed on the improvement of
the Northern Pacifio roadbed.
"Give me a liver regulator ana I can
regulate the whole world" said a• B«nnii
The druggist handed him a bottte of De
Witt's Little Early Risers, the famous
little pills. Wonnenberg & Avis.
A coaoh loaded with immigrants en
route to Sykeston and other points on
the Jamestown & Northern was brought
in from the east today. Some DunkardB
were among the new settlers.
Something new in the mill line for
taking oats and cockle out of wheat at
The following were elected at the
meeting of the vestry Of Grace Episcop
al church: D. B. MoLain, senior warden
B.8. Russell, junior warden H. E.
White, treasurer and secretary vestry
men, O. 0. Ohenery, Larry MoLain, W.
Hensel and R. 0. Thorald.
Not one ohild diee where ten formerly
died from croup. People have learned
the value of One Minute Cough Cure
and use it for severe lung and throat
troubles. It immediately stops oougb
ing. It never iails. Wonnenberg & Avis.
Two classes in turning will be organiz
ed in the Ueutsoher Yerien hall. Child
ren between the age of 7 and 12 will
form one class and those older than 12
will compose another. The classes will
he instructed by Eddy MoLain who will
give all information desired regarding
admission and other particulars.
Yesterday Sheriff Wilson of Fargo
brought a young woman—Mary Morgan
—to the asylum. The young lady had
been at the county hospital at Fargo,
and a few days ago applied to the coun
ty court at Fargo for admission to the
asylum. The young lady has been an
intimate of the Fergus Fall asylum
three different times, and feels that the
awful calamity is again gaining bold
opon her mind.
Some Interesting Figures.
It is estimated that the population of
the earth is 1,500,000,000, and that four
fifths of this number of people are under
the control of ten powers. Students of
statistics and others will be interested
in knowing that passengers numbering
in the aggregate more than one-Bizth of
the total population of the world traveled
one mile during the year 1898 on the
lines of the Milwaukee road, and that a
large proportion of this number enjoyed
the comforts of the Pioneer Limited—
the only perfect train in the world
running daily between the twin cities
and Chicago and Milwaukee.
(Front Friday's Dally.)
J. Y. Easterbrook returned today from
a trip to Fargo and Casselton.
Mrs. Rankin entertained a large party
of ladies yesterday at her residence.
Mrs. Barbara Haas went today to New
Rookford for a visit with friends.
Sheriff J. A. Soen of Hilleboro
brought an insane woman to tle asylum
The Deutsoher Verein gave a highly
enjoyable danoing party last evening at
E. Johnson, a farmer residing near
Edmunds died yesterday. He lived on
Motion 22-144 65.
(Senator L. B^, Hanna of Page was a
The best remedy
60 years ago
for coughs and colds
and all Kindred ail
The best remedy
visitor in the last night. Mr. Hanna is
a nephew of Mark.
James Cummins of the freight office
leaves this evening for Casselton where
he will viBit for a few days.
A train of five coaches was run up the
Jamestown fc Northern today. The
coaches were crowded with home-seek
Assessor Gillfillan is visiting among
the people today and getting some idea
of the amount of this world's goods they
Harry H. Cramer,Co. B, North Dakota
regiment, who is en route from Manila
to San Francisco, has been ordered dis
charged on his arrival.
C. W. Pieroe is under the weather
with an attack of rheumatism. John
Flaherty is attending to business in the
oar checker's offioe during the absence
of Mr. Pieroe.
Editor Bassett of the Valley City Al
liance and Miss Maud Sherburne were
awarded the prize at the oake walk in
Valley City Tuesday night. Four
Postal Clerk Lamey of Miles City is
spending a few days in the city. He has
been transferred from the postal divison
between Miles City and Butte to the run
between Bismarok and Miles City.
W. W. Swan of South Dakota who is
to sink the new city artesian well is in
the city. His well machinery arrived
today also and work will be begun on
the well as soon as the necessary pipes
A large number of letters were re
ceived in the city yesterday from Ma
nila. The boys express themselves as lik
ing everything better since the monoton
ous of camp life at Manila is a thing of
The supper given by the Catholic
ladies last evening was well attended
and a handsome sum of money was real
ized. The supper was an appetizing
one. About 830 was made out of the
M. L. Parker will leave some time this
month for Ft. Yates where he will have
charge of the post trader store. Col.
Robinson, who was appointed post
trader, will leave the management of the
store entirely to Mr. Parker.
G. O. Grafton of Co. has been pro
moted to the position of sergeant major,
the highest non-oommissioned officer in
the regiment. Corporal Edwards was
also among the lucky ones, being ad
vanced to sergeant, and Privates Anders
and Hanoe are made corporals.
What Is Shiloh?
A grand remedy for Cough, Colds and
Consumption used through the world
for half a century, has cured innumera
ble oases of incipient consumption and
relieved many in advanced stages. If you
ere not satisfied with the results we will
refund your money. Price 25 ots. 50 cts.
and $1. Churchill, Webster & Bohnger.
(From Saturday's Daily.)
Several oases of diphtheria are re
ported in BiBmarok.
Mrs. H. E. White has returned from a
visit to the twin cities.
Miss Nellie Gaffney came in last
evening from Courtenay.
Mr. and, Mrs. J. W. Labart of New
Rookford are in the city.
The Ellendale militia oompany is talk
ing of building an armory.
Misses Florence Shaver and Stella
Bush went to Eldridge last evening.
The Northern Pacific will use woven
wire fencing instead of barb wire this
Wahpeton has raised 91,400 for the
Firemen's tournament to be held there
The Waldorf at Fargo 'will have a
tonsorial artist of the gentler sex—a
Mrs. Mattese, who hails from Canada.
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Born—To Mr. and Mrs. C. Langseth
at Mrs. Remington's a boy. Mr. and
Mrs. Langseth are residents of Logan
Rev. Father Sailer of the Catholic
church of IVlinot has left on a mission to
Rome, where he will! confer with the
The transport Sherman has left Ma
nila with about 100. wounded soldiers,
including all that were able to come at
Joe Straub went today to Oakes where
he will open a butcher shop, He is an
enterprising young man and should do
well at that plaoe.
Beginning Sunday the ohurcheaof the
city will begin evening services at 8
o'clock instead of 7:30 as has been the
case for some time past.
The last dance of the series given be
the Workmen oocurred last evening.
The event was greatly enjoyed by those
present—of whom there were many.
Fourth and last quarterly conference
of the Jamestown charge will be held in
the ohuroh parlors tonight at 7:30. Offi
cial members requested to be present.
Director Bronson of the weather bu
reau at Bismarok states there is no more
cold weather in sight at present,at whiob
due and general thankfulness will be
G. L. Morean, chief lodge organizer of
tbe Yeomen of America, is in the city
today. He will spend a week here assist
ing Mr. Newlove in the organization of
A. G. Tellner returned yesterday from
Chicago where he took a six weeks course
of instruction in an ophthalmio oollege.
He derived a great deal of benefit from
the course of instruction.
A niece and nephew of Mrs. L. Lyon
were drowned in tbe English ohannel
near Alderney, Monday last. They were
on the steamship Stella which ran on
tbe rocks in a fog.
Charley Hart, who has been employed
by E. M. Chase for some time, has
accepted a position with the Gull River
Lumber Oompany at this plaoe and will
begin work with the oompany next week.
Joseph Felthausen, Bismarck Mich
ael Fugina, New Rookford Amos
Maynard, Courtenay Frances J. Burt,
Bismarck Herman Kroeger, New Salem
and Jaoob Smith of Jamestown were ex
amined by the pension board.
Manager Atwood: One-way service on
the telephone means that a subscriber
possessing a one-way 'phone may oall up
anyone in the oity and converse with
him but other subscribers cannot oall
up suoh a subscriber .who is entitled to
only the one-way privilege.
Wimbledon on the Soo is soon to have
a bank, and tbe institution will be owned
and managed by Messrs. Murphy,
Martin and Hegge of Carrington. The
latter, who is a brother of Hon. Ole 1.
Hegge, of Minnewaukan, is to be the
For frost bites, burns, indolent sores,
eczema, skin disease and especially piles.
De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve stands first
and best. Look out for dishonest peo
ple who try to imitate and counterfeit it.
It's their endorsement of a good article.
Worthless goods are not imitated. Get
DeWitt's Witoh Hazel Salve. Won
nenberg & Avis.
Valley City Advooate: Those two
oharming young ladies Miss Minnie
Hofacker and Miss Margnrite MoGinnis
of Jamestown, were the guests of Miss
Mabel Irgens yesterday. They came
down for the dance the night before and
if indications are truthful they had a
most delightful time. They left for
home last evening on No. 1
and a certain
young man wept.
Fargo Forum: Private E. Morgan of
Co. D, who was reported slightly wound
ed Saturday, and of whom nothing could
be learned at the time, is a married man
and worked as a painter and paper
banger at Devils Lake before enlisting.
He was also a member of the Salvation
Army, for whioh information we are in
debted to Editor Nye of the Valley City
Sick headaohe absolutely and perman
netly cured by using Moki Tea, A pleas
and herb drink. Cures constipation
and indigestion, makes you eat, sleep,
work and happy. Satisfaction guaran
teed or money back. 25 ots. and50 cents.
Churobill, Webster & bolinger.
The Missouri river break up will be
late this year. The exceedingly oold
weather of tbe past week or two when
warm weather is usually experienced
and the ice weakened and started out of
the river, has kept the loe in the Missouri
firm and it will be some time yet before
the river breaks up and is clear. Proph
ets of conditions along the Missouri aie
still predicting a flood of the lowlands
along the river.
Walter Cunningham of Co. D, Fourth
oavalry, who is returning east from the
Philippines, was in Fargo yesterday
and olaims to have been robbed of his
ticket and money at Bismarck. Cun
ningham was discharged from servioe at
Manila because of illness, and was re
turned to Fort Yellowstone, where he
was, eventually mustered out. On his
way east he stopped off at BiBmarok—
and while there he alleges his valuables
were stolen. Judge Gearey arranged
with the Red "Cross society to furnish
tbe young man with transportation to
St. Paul and he left for that city last
Northern Pacific Repair Shops
at Mandan Burned to
Three Engines and Two Steam
Shovels Consumed in
The Northern Pwoifio repair shops
were burned at Mandan yesterday. Two
switch engines, looomotive No. 591, two
steam shovels and the tank belonging to
oonsolidated engineJNo. 30 were burned
in the building.
The origin of the fire is a mystery.
The flames burned so fiercely that the
Mandan department could do nothing to
cheok the flames and the Bismarck
company was telegraphed for. Nothing
oould be done after their arrival.
The engines and steam shovels were
being repaired in the shops and were off
their truoke—hence could not be rnn
out of the shops. The loss will exceed
Individual Club Breakfasts.
Are exceedingly popular on the Mil
waukee's celebarted Pioneer Limited
served every morning between Milwau
kee and Ohioago.
lhere are eighteen distinct breakfasts
numbered from 1 to 18, eaob costing
from 50 cents to $1. The menu is such
as to satisfy any appetite—or pocket
Breakfast is also served a la carte—
you pay for what you order.
The Pioneer Limited runs every day
in the year between St. Paul, Minne
apolis and Chicago (passing through
Milwaukee) and is tbe only prefect train
in the world.
It's dining car servioe is the best in
existence and the berths in its private
oompartment sleeping cars and sixteen
section sleepers are longer, higher and
wider than those in any other oars in
Gov. Dickey's Lecture.
Valley City Times-Record: Hon.
Alfred Diokey of Jamestown, was the
lecturer at the Normal Tuesday evening.
He was greeted by a large and attentive
audience. Mr. Dickey's subjeot was
"Cuba." He visited the island some
months ago and spent a number of
weeks there visiting every point that
oould be reached by rail from Havana.
He is a close observer and had unusually
good opportunities for sight seeing and
the acquisition of information. He did
not attempt to make a set speech or an
oratorical display, but told simply of the
many interesting sights he saw.
"It is a surprising fact," says Prof.
Honton, "that in my travels in all parts,
of the world for the last ten years I have
met more people having used Green's
August Flower than any other remedy,
for dyspepsia,deranged liver and stomach
and for constipation. I find for tourists
and salesmen, or for persons filling offioe
Dositions, where headaches and general
bad feelings from irregular habits exist,
that Green's August Flower is a grand
remedy. It does not injure the system
by frequent use, and is exoellent for sour
stomachs and indigestion." Sample bot
tles free at Wonnenberg & Avis' and at
Sold by dealers in all oivilized coun
The Northern Pacific Extension.
The new town to be established at the
terminus of the Cooperstown extension
of 27 miles will be oalled MoHenry after
the ohief engineer of the N. P., who in
eBrly days was employed on the J. & N.
in ordinary railway engineering work.
There will be two other towns on the ex
tension, not yet named. Johnson it Co.
had, it is said, Bt one time secured con
sent of tbe Soo to build the extension
hBd the N. P. not agreed to do so. The
extension west of Sykeston will be 15
miles in length, to be built this year.
Johnson & Co. are selling the lands in
eastern Eddy and Foster counties at an
average of 8(3 an aore on 4, 5, 0 and 10
year plans. The town of MoHenry will
be located on seo. 15-147-62. The Sykes
ton terminus will be at aeo. 11-146-70.
We Beat the World.
In matters pertaining to railroads the
world looks to the United States.^Eu
rope is buying our looomotives, our
railway applianoes are in great demand
abrodd, and the oontraot recently se
cured by an American bridge concern to
build abridge over the Atbara. in the
Soudan, against competition of leading
English firms, further illustrates our
"expansion" proclivities. Camille
Boell, officially representing the French
government, is now in this country in
specting our railroads and facilities, and
in a recent visit to St. Paul dilated en
thusiastically upon our extraordinary
service. He considers the Milwaukee
tbe greatest western system, and tbe
"Pioneer limited" train perfection itself.
He returns to France this month and it
is expeoted many American ideas will be
adopted upon the French roads as a
result of his report.
The curse of overworked womankind,
ere quickly and surely cured by Karl's
Clover Root Tea, tbe great blood purfier
and tissue builder. Money refunded if
not satisfactory. Price 25 cts. and 50
ots. Churchill, Webster & Bolinger.
Washed down with a glass of good milk,
can't be beat.
Biacuit represent the highest degree of modern baking. Sold
everywhere in 5 cent air tight, moisture proof packages. Always fresh.
And call at our New Warehouse at
West end of Freight Depot and see
the largest and best line of_—
Ever brought into this county.
BALDWIN & KURTZ,
Jamestown, N. Dakota. 8
"Flour City" Portable Gasoline Engines.
Kinnard Press Company,
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jtf Handles a complete line of Groceries,
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Glassware, Crockery, Tobacco and Ci- pp
S JV gars, Fruits and Confectionery. Give me |p
a call. Will guarantee satisfaction.
.....The Only Exclusive Grocery in Jamestown.... 8
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JUST RECEIVED AT
C. E. LYMAN'S
A new line of Dishes and Glassware. It will pay you to
see the assortment of Glass at 15 cts. for your choice. See our
MAPLE SUGAR fresli from the bush— PURE ARTICLE.
Our bread is growing more popular every day. Why? Because John
Nellie the baker, is making it as good as it can be maue.
We want all tlie fanners produce, such as Butter, Eg«rs
and Potatoes. Will pay the highest price for same.
Coal. Wood, Lumber, Building Material
FOR SALE BY
CHAS. D. SHURLOCK,
(Successor to J. K. Winslow Estate.)
Also Lime, Cement, Brick and Plaster, Sash, Doors. Blinds,
2 Mouldings, Etc.
JAMESTOWN, NORTH DAKOTA.