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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 29 March 1895

EWS OF THEWEEK Naturday, March 10. ern, to Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Bean of e an, a girl. . W. Millard an' wife deed to T'hos. nson lot 2, block 10, Belt; considers c , $'200. he Bunnell and Eno Investment Co. tiled suit against David II. White et or $140, balance on mortgage. e following are the ore shipments he past week from Neihart: Broad- e r, 12; Flagstaff, 1; total, 13. d e interest of James Brown et al. in block 451, has been deeded to the rj tern Loan & Savings company; con ation, $1,301).87. arles S. Jackman and wife deed to I y M. Merwin lots 7, 8 and 0, 39 to I ourth street addition to North t Falls; consideration, $850. e interest of Charles E. Walker at lot 7, block 19, Boston & tireat addition, has been deeded to the rn Loan and Savings Co.; consid n, $1,051.37. . Majors, for many years foreman 1ach, Cory cattle outlit, has ac a responsible position with C. J. mara, of Big Sandy, the largest t owner int the state. Rickards has appointed T. BE. member of the state bo...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 29 March 1895

THE SEIFRED INCEST CAS Trial of George B. Seifred Coil mences in the District Court Before a . Jury. The Evidence Produced by the Stat in Support of the Terrible Charge. When the district court convened Sat urdai morning Judge Benton issued at order excluding from the room all per sons except officers, talesmen, members of the bar and representatives of thi press. The pending case was that of the State vs. George B. Seitred, charged with incest with his 16-year-old sister, Ada M Seifred, the jury consisting of Robert S. Blankenbaker, Gold T. Curtis, R. S Ford, E. T. Hooker, H. F. Collett, V. A. Wilson, M. J. Brattain, George M. Parker, Dan Samples. C. M. Webster and J. A. Campbell. The complainant, Ada M. Seifred, was the first witness. She said she was 16 years old February 4, and had lived with her brothers and sister-in-law, Mrs. Frank Seifred, at what is known as the Selfred home ranch. About two and one half years ago her brother George had made improper proposals to her, and o...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 29 March 1895

TILIZING THE WIND POWER. ble Functions Performed by Modern Windmllls at Small Cost. e wind, like the poor, is always us. In no considerable area in the ed States is there a demand for wind. It in indeed the specially reeablo feature of nearly every cli The cold north winds of winter the raw winds of March as well o parching and drying winds miner are alike disagreeable if destructive. But the wind is where and always a source of and should be utilized by the r as a helping hand. Windmills mparatively cheap, and many of are very eoffotive. Groat improve have been made upon the old indmills, and a new and possi ore appropriate nomenclature is unployod whereby we are intro to "wind (llgines, " "aermotors," till all these improved devices are ills. o is scarcely a farmer ii. the who can really afford to he t a good windmill. The uses to uch a machine may be put on rm are various and may lieo yield a profit. To bo sure, there some days when the mill I':a its keep through no fault of its ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 29 March 1895

THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN MONTANA, S8iPECI/ L SPRING WE CARRY THE FINEST PRODUCTIONS IN CI- SPRIN NA FROM HIAVILAND & CO., LIMOGEE, FRANCE, AS WELL AS THE CIOIC EST NOVELTIES FROM CARLSBAD, GERMANY. IT WILL PAY YOU TO SEE OUR DINNER SETS. OUR PRICES VERY, VERY CHEAP. STANDARD PATTERNS No Matter Are the'&Best. what line of TRY THE M.. Goods you j ' need, buy from Us. We Every Lady should have a copy of the sell the Standard Catalogue. CHEAPEST. The mostireliable. FASf& AcxHoG5 HOSIERY. We shall continue to carry the cele brated "Coon Black" line of Hosiery but we have the exclusive sale of the PtRLE(SFAST&LACKS wonderful Peerless line. This season WILL Or CROCK. we offer as an opening price in Ladies' goods worth 40c, a black, very fine gauge, high spliced heel, white soles or white feet, THE BEST IN THE COUNTRY, only P1tttsr&fcsAR! 2 5 c . I'OYAMACEO "rr t nr. ioanee I e Hi lI!-o , I I IT'S EASY TO SELL SUGAR, Tomatoes See What We Do. No Limit. "Our Oak" Brand. Spoun...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 5 April 1895

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. OLUME X. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FilI)AY , AI'RIL 3, 1895. N I'M I; 49. The World Almanac Free at Kaufman's. 1895 THE WORLD ALMANAC and ENCYCLOPEDIA IS A MONUNENT OF INTELLIGENCE. M. KAUFMAN'S NEW CLOTHING HOUSE AT GREAT FALLS WILL GIVE YOU ONE. CALL AT HIS STORE WHEN IN TOWN. The World Almanac Free at Kaufman's. HORS' SADFATE He W\as Instantly Killed in a Shoot irge Serap'e in a St. l.Uni Siloon. THE QUESTION NOW ARISES Whether the Fatal Bull-t Was In t,rhled for Him or Ilit the Wronng .Man. .i. Lit is, April, 2.-In the saloon of Louie Celia, candidate for the house of delega'ee, at Twenty-first street and lVashington avenue, about noon today, (G. .E Thorn, the watchman employed at the Madison race track, was fatally shot by C. A. Day. Thorn was in Cella's saloon with friends when Day entered. Immlediately afterward the shooting c curred. Day and Thorn each lired ice erai shelts. Two bullets from I )ay's pis tol entered Thorn's left breast and shoul der n ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 5 April 1895

NARROW ESCAPE If Trle. an Important Narrative of Seetsjional I' nwritten lIi - tory OF INTEHEST TO THE NAVY The Cruiser San Francisco Came Near Being Destroyed by a Torpedo. SAIN FaLAN'cisco, March :9."--Three prominent officers of the Chilian navy, Capt. E. J. Garin and Lieut. A. Vargas and A. F. Valderrama, were passengers on the Belzie, which reached this port a few days ago, having boarded her at Yokohama. Lieut. Vargas is said to have told a story during the voyage across the Pacific, which if true, discloses some thing in the shape of unwritten history in connection with the Chilian insurrec tion of three years ago. The lieutenant was second in command of a government torpedo boat which for several weeks had been lying under cover watching for the enemies vessels. One dark night just before the bombardment of lquiqui, he espied what appeared to be a hostile cruiser approaching under reduced speed, and oruers were given to assail it. The torpedo boat glided to a position almost...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 5 April 1895

UNSAFE BOILER Five Lives Sacrificed Becautse of the iManifest .Ignorane or Care lessness OF A RECKLESS ENGINEER An Explosion in Massachusetts That Could and Should Have Been Averted. VoucaRN, Mass., April 1.-The boiler in Loving's tannery exploded at 7 o'clock this morning. Five bodies have been taken out of the ruins. It is not known how many were killed. Just before 7 o'clock this morning one of the boilers in the Connecticut tannery exploded with terrific force, killing five men and injuring six others, The dead are Al elin Clements, foreman; Patrick Lallay, fireman; Thomas Patterson, night fore man; Patrick McGonagle, oiler, and Saun Tracy. The injured are John Kenny, John Tracy, Patrick Rliley, Jaros Dion, Octavious Sanders. There bad been trouble with the boiler for some time and early this morning John Parker, foreman, was called to the boiler room to see it it could be fixed. It was onntd the water supply could not be sat isfactorily adjusted, but this was rome died. Five mi...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 5 April 1895

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY. I WUneLY. One year............00 One year.......... 1.0 Slx months........ 4.e a e ix months....... .00 One month........ .75 Three months..... .75 One week .........25 Single copy ....... .05 Unless paid in advance the daily will invari. ably be 75 cents per month, and the weekly $2 per yeTr, $IB for six months and 20 ents per month for lees than six months. Advertislng rates furnished on application. The circulation of the Tribune in Northern Montana is guaranteed to exceed that of any paper published in the state. dubscribers decirin~ their address changed must seed their frmer address as well as the new address; this should be remembered. THE TRIBUNE. Great Falls. Mont. The mayor of Spokane has vetoed an ordinance which prohibits the sale of liquor in variety theaters. In his mes sage he tlakes the remarkable ground that rilther he nor the council has the croral right to pass upon ait subject on which the community is divided and rec...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 5 April 1895

NEWS OF THE WEEK Saturday, March 30. / Born, to Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Caufield, at their residence on the West aide, a son. H. W. Millard deeds to Susan Helii lot 23 in block 6, townsite of Belt, for a consideration of $250. Miss Longeway, a teacher in the pub lic schools, is suffering from an attack of the grippe and is confined to the house. The cases of G. R. Newell & Co. and A, Schilling & Co. vs. F. Gehring & Co., in the district court have been dismissed settled. H. R. King returned yesterday from the east bringing with him one of the fair daughters of Wisconsin as his bride. P. E. Fey of Seventh street, between Second and Third avenues south, is re joicing over the arrival of a stranger who presented himself on the 28th inst. It is a boy, whose weight is ten pounds. W. Hosford has filed his government patent covering the w% of the sw3 sec tion 21, township 20 north, range 5 east, containing 80 acres. A deed is also filed from W. Hosford to S. Dean conveying the same ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 5 April 1895

CONVENTION DAB IIDelegates of All Parties IItol Uom: clavevs il Great F',tII POPULISTS NAME A TICKET. I).mocrats and lipelblia'; Will i t1d1 olr Nonlinatlolls Fl r ia Few IDays. The d.emocratic city conve\tion met at I) a. m.. Saturday, and was called to order by J. BI. Leslio, chairman of the city committee I)r. EIrn.st (rutchter was chosen) tnmpl,rary chairman and I. II. LIlrenrt tnleporary 4ecretal y. ()n mo tion the follo,wi.ng coinuittees were ap poin ted: (redentialu-P S. lFord, .\rclhie Mc I),na. l, J. B. 1, ,l.l, \W . P. hj,.,tt. Permanent organization-; I·..1tkin. Lynch. On ilotii a comm:ittee to ruire into the situation anid preareii a linel action for the, icnveltio was appl)iutaud as fli lows: W. II. Casey. N. M. Lyter, Dr. (Crutchier. John Iurley. \V. N. 'letcher. Th'ie com)niittee or credentials sutmnitted a report which was adlopted andl the con vention took a recess uI.til clock p. in. 'When the convention reassembled the committen on permanent organization nmade a r...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 5 April 1895

HOW TO MANURE CHEAPLY. An AIuswer to This All Important Probllem as Given by Amnerican Cultivator. Virgin soil, after a fow years' cultiva lion, becomes unfitted for the crops that were at first successful, but at the same time is rich enough to grow some other crop that may pay as well or better. The wet prairie soil of some western states produced large crops of corn un til cropping exhausted the excess of vegetable matter, when suddenly these s:tne soils are found o grow good crops of winter wheat, Itith draining and some phosphate mlanure every year. When wheat is sown, good grain crops can be produced indefinitely. The mineral elements of soil fertility can be restored more cheaply and easily than can any others by the use of com mercial fertilizers. The prices, both of potash and phosphate, are now so rea sonable that there ought to be no hesi tallcy in buying thenm for every crop where either is needed. But the nirog elous elements of fertility in colllner cial form are so de...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 5 April 1895

K. ,ii j [~J r I If 1114" Tri'ix l .1,oiiO,. I Not 'ouviet MI II l n~ii THE ENfl E MEEKS FAMILY It It PrIl'u bral· it 3,i-uolri .1tlo WVill at yIne , elgt ine l a ol', - .i. I nl 1. ,., April :;. \ epejcial to the l'ost Iilpatlt! frou lli, rolloi , , il., oiay,: "Vilhe th,' ' ,,.r ,,r whi. t wees trid th , i.,, of tl. M ai ý vs. \1hiliut , ;and ieorirg. 'I ayl,,r for tie uiir 1r of the .1leeks fui', . . : I atI i nt, , ghl, it wat. annontie'ce. ltilt ti'y 'ou ll not Ieginl their deli rao ,.tut- n , vervi': until this tiorning. I'lp ' , u'l;oc thi*, aft'frnooo they hld ltInr, ni reprt aii nothing has com frhtr the1 jury ore, t' indliatt how they tandl. '1'Ti fiat that they have rot yet i.raclied a ncl iuion l inl cates that they ar', not all for conviecion. 'There are- ugly rumiore on the ,etre.te today and the town is full of ienc fronri Lynn and Sullivan counties, who hbelireve the Taylors guilty and will not quietly accept any other verdict. iOne rumor that tends to incite the org...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 12 April 1895

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. " IM X. EATL FALLS, )IONTANA, Flll)A l , APRI 12, -1895. N MI ..ilIti 49.' 'he World Almanac Free at Kaufman's. 1895 THE WORLD ALMANAC and ENCYCLOPEDIA IS A MONUNENT OF INTELLIGENCE. M. KAUFMAN'S NEW CLOTHING I HOUSE AT GREAT FALLS V. tI GIVE YOU ONE, CALL AT HIS STORE WHEN IN TOWN., The World Almanac Free at Kaufman's. 'tII~IYY CAVED) IN 1 it II Vii If i .1 ' .luluir 'I11R 1 51 ()11111 \o' I(:L\.r ' 0WPPSE OF A BULDOING v L' ,r.'.ul o t IFiall trlltr a N mu tr i,ri· flit ,itt e Ar', lo lp ii't- i Sons, o1, )lttiu itt ot, in thr, wholtiall r it u ii tl, n tiu arlining t our- loly Yiwarea n rietaiijh rulot t rof 'I'. ' I. I utI h u'n TIll o iln odtdeuly aud wiltl'I warrl lay. twylicg rtueRalpurl jlar it, thu rn ow thad \hilillult, aI ctlrpntlr, llrpllape Ilrlth ,'1 Uý II Jill . 'I'. 'I' Ilu t itl litn iI Siir~lrIn ruircltut, ald thei following OjhlyiI (I(f thue ititttlsi~b iitt aroult ill Iutcrtwt urhitl, Ilath Winrt jr. .\ Wu tt 1(11 I uitnf intlilitiioj~...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 12 April 1895

CAUSE UNKNOWN But it Hurried Five Victims Into Eternity in a Most Horrible Manner. NEW ORLEANS EXPLOSION An ili.torie Landmark Snuhlenly Obliterated, No One Knots Just flow. Ntew Ort.e.rss, April .,.--About two o'clock this morning an explosion from some unknown cause occurred at the corner of Decatur and ('rsulino streets, in a two-story brick building, containing two stories on the ground floor. One of these was occupied by Emile lloulet as a drinking saloon, the other by Charles Salathe as a grocery and ship chandler. The building was near the lower end of the F'rench market and separated from it by a narrow alley. Little tongues of flames began shooting up front the debris and by this time the onlookers had re covered from the shock and set about to think of some moeans for the unfortunates who they kr.ow were imprisoned in the smoking mass of brick and timbers. An alarm of fire was sounded and the fire. men did effective work in saving the adjoining buildings. They poured water...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 12 April 1895

b ýON'T PAY A CENT The United States Supreme Court , in lloubt as to the Constitu- a tionality r li OF THE GREAT INCOME TAX Iatl'h of lDeisions that Should Disi. gust Every True American Citizen. W\V~sil.,'ONs , April x--Chief Justice , liullor this morning read the decision of the supreme court in the income tax case, The opinion of the chief justice t as read during the tirst hour was his- 3 torical and reached this conclusion: v The court can find no difference between b a tax on land itself and a tax on rents, or e the income derived from the land. The k court, therefore, is of the opinion that the tax on rents or landed investments t is direct taxation and unconstitutional. The court next decided that the tax was t unconstitutional, as far as it related to a income from state, county and municipal bonds. It was next ruled that the fact that the law was pronounced unconsti tutional in these two particulars did not invalidate the law as a whole. It was announced in this latter co...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 12 April 1895

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAlLY. WKlXsL¥° )no year....... ... $, 0 One year ..........=1.501 Six nl ltha........ 4.0) t4ix tnlm tlh....... 100 One sanlht. ..... 7" Thre mnnlthe.... i5 r One week .. . .25t Singlle copy .. . 5 Unlit, 1 1ir in advanlcIl tll diaily will invari. ably In 75 tcenta yer mnuth. and the wollly $2 lr 1"vr, .lf1 fo nix uic nt. a1d1(1 20 ceint per mod01, fr ana than nix months. AdvtLr "t i* g rat oaf trn ,lhd on l it lv i it n. t T m • " ,' l ation ,of h . 1'rdl|u h li N! rorliarn 1l .o, : .. i u .t ra ut4r ( .n I . , .xue , ,l la t If aa y (411h1er. tr e lliriut n -r nlllhne Ihangeld rIn ,rt ""." I tei-r fora~ ",' 1-1141 i ( t( 4 wcell I ea I t1 i,," ,, addr.oh ; ltd..hould h," rntutthd r(ed. lIE I'IIIICNE. trer, t Fails, Mont. - 11 ----- .------- .-.I ( 3I. %VI I;I.n ER I.1VR.)I. . ''i ,-luctors ef Great Ialls havo by their votes decidlll that C, M1. Webster shall lo the oxe:utivt !tlei.er of thin city for the ensuing two years. While this I Ideis...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 12 April 1895

NEWS OF TE WEEK Natlrdav. April 0. Charles II. Knapp, traveling represen tative of the Minneapolis Journal, is in the city for a few days. Born, Tuesday, April 2, at noon, to Mr. and Mrs. James Couzens, 1100 Fourth avenue north, a daughter. The townslte company deeds to Eliza beth A. Dickinson, for a consideration of $700, lot 8 in block 128, townsite. Teck and four-in-hand ties, worth from 50 to 75 cents apiece, at Kaufman's sale Monday morning. They will go at 25 cents each. Dr. J. F. Spellman of Anaconda, one of the best known and beet appreciated residents of the Copper city, is a visitor in Great Falls. Genuine silk Windsor ties for children, worth 35 cents apiece. Will sell them two for 2.5 cents at Kaufman's sale Mon day morning. W. H. Davis has brought suit against W. M. Morgan, constable, for $500 dam ages. The suit was filed in the district court yesterday. Caps for gents, ladies, and children, worth from 50 to 75 cents apiece, all col ors and styles. They go at 25 cents e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 12 April 1895

THE ANNUAL SCHOOL ELECTION Rlan.Ionri Cooper. W. .". Blrown anll ('. I:. nI1ikett Are Elcted Vario a: Ti4kels ladly I i4n'oraliz. d S044lh ) I heet o .i' is el etierIh mill htiit'. The tr:nu ,I t' l., 1 , i, ctimn Saturd,,y re ult: I in th,' chi .of f C. luekett, a fr, 1uau II i ',stn . Montana ,ujlt!: . i; a -.i a in Ir of the Mill A\ sq! It"]hrnien." .'ic tnru 1 [ F. |rl'nw n. , i: p: 1) 'y. I r Iu s t , . I "r t hrb, e d. ail l ; a rI i , .\tt?. nr "y nli oinll ' upeor tru.t ee f.r t' u years. I r. C up! r ..a, served for i-iVeral ininths on thie ih,ýrd of education by appi.intment. I-uT at the election last spring he wans ldefeated by the ticket nominated by the Trades and Labor council. l'ridav nig .t ie was nominated by that body. OUGreat interest was taken in the elec tion, 1,481 voted beit,, polled. Last year there were 1,671. ''The latter number would have been surpassed yesterday had it not been for the unpleasant weather of the morning, which pre vented many women from ve...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 12 April 1895

CULTUR- OF THE POTATO. A Summary of the Leading I'oints In Fer tilization For This Tuber. The key to the highest success inl po tato culture is abundant fertilization with just the right sort of phant food a gross feeder. The potato can maintain its rank and hungry foliage and produce a big crop of fine tubers only under ex cossive fertilization, giving the plant an unstinted supply of the food just suited to it. The result of li3 analyses of the ash of the potato (tubers) gives the average of potash which it contains as 0n per cent, phosphoric acid 17 and sulphuric acid 0.!. per cent. To produce the potato crop in its perfection potash is required in larger proportion than either nitrogen or phosphoric acid. A study of 60 reports of the largest yields of potatoes grown for the prizes offered by American Agriculturist, in 14 differ ent states, gives some very interesting results. A summary of the leading points in fertilization for the potato gathered from these experiments makes it...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 12 April 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power. -Latest U. S. Gov't Report. F\OZ .ýPowder RISING XVATEIS TIIhaw and Ilamin 'Caue MhleI St l'ionl. li)annge to Several'. Ea it ern Staten. BIGGEST FRESHET IN YEARS freshet In th, e Hu il es, i in ia' ji t1l et erinYi this p. int. .i 1i wa;tr begn to riset rape i, yesterity eveni g anti a heavy rain whichl fll last uilht ad' :e to the filt I fr.m the ,elting snow an't ice north of here. The water is now i, feet hb'vec low water cia k. All the docks f om the state darin cuti are Sub nerge i. Al ferries hare suspeenrle and conei erabli aiiege hlas bhoon Idone to iproi erty rin the chellars if wiVarehiouste. o Fr to h , in Vr a t irht ". Le i Ni",+s. .w N ... at rii l l.-- There a heavy freshI iln the Ia lu".vare river. The piers andI lckes are ub ui'nrged anl one ala a Eh, ual.. of railed bbe d to, iiruoed betwa' ii it place and Tr'nton are ndler water. TI ,el -l)ware lie ; i r' I taii: cIn l lo ks ire iv, r i wil ,'l i:tAeL P'a.. \liIi 1 1 .---'L'h I)...

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