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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 5 March 1892

W. B. CHAMKERLAIN1 Igit lDir IrDll. JECWH1ELERI SLL T RI B UNG. N12 CnI ,1. InIB 1+', X. 1 ý'ý `" '" " ''.! 1 1,ý,O NTANA. SA URDAY M011N1NY, Mi A R,~ I~1('II fJ, 183.\'UM 1:1 ,-, L,( / ·, I' .s~(rr I'~ IltI· (l ·.cro t I crLlcd Ill iC. iii4t11 r i n iiatL t rr a iiwdl tt rtLlie Jt ru'ialein sultaI Sljtdtlr e frot the r of tiic in fiilei,, hut 'aladin them back. Stilt MoskiiI's valor and Iry,thc Chri.~in king openly the mins cordial all on. I yual good laim t ).Oil oats. display mm 1iir "1"" ur IalI,1c; of tilt.' chloiet's~t iiiilicrrtc ·l s madle ull in stylish 1()\ cr and Fr'loc~k is well as~~;;~ack f Mecn's Slho··s. E BOSTON, lotbing and Shoe House. ach, Cory & Co: holesale Grocers. E ONLY STRICTLY ROCERY HOUSE IN HIS PART OF MON ANA. e buy from the same facto, s and houses that the ca.st jobbers do, and in much ger quantities than some the so-called jobbers who Cest this country with their ip and sell by sample. 80005 ARE HERE ON THE GROUND bject to inspection, and e just as...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 5 March 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SATUIDAT, MARCH 5. 1A. A VEW gVArTS AND WIGITR, wN. The intelligent discussion of the wool question cannot be carried on within the domain of speculation. Facts and fig tires count, while hare, assertions and ns sumptions go for what little they are worth. The sheep raiser who has his last dollar invested in his Iticks, and the laboring man who has the little backs of a growing family ti, ctlothe are each vitally interested in the determination of the question. In both cases pockete are totuchedl. 'rThe wtool grower wants to g.et every cent he can for his wadtl and the consIIutPIer is 'equally urioius to to tny hies wo.tleni a chet.aply as Ipossible. The wtetl grocer will favor a taritff that puts money in his pocket while the consuller will support oneo that keeps money in his. It would appear to the uninformed that a clasbing of interests would be the inevitable result of these widely diverg. intg inc.linations. It should not be si anti] woul nt tundler ait pro...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 5 March 1892

SESTATE AND MINES, R.el Estate Sales For the p'at Week and Month. t Xew RaIlrond Shops o4n the We,'et Side - Mining I Notes. e real estate market has been fairly ,e during the last week, when the in is taken into consideration. Un unately eastern people entertain the lvy erroneous idea that in Montana tiouth of 1Febulary is as cold and d leatoit. at it is in the eastern states, this deters them from visiting this ii dluring the month. If they only w ii there is no ounith an the year that lenoaiter than February. Still tlhere e been a few sales, as evidenced by list of tranfer's for the week. 'lhie rrds ehow that the aggregate of i,, ration for the transfers during the week is about $15,ttO). In ;iilition is a deal was consuimallilited yeshlr involving property nrth about _I w)Ihh has not yet i'olle ion ricord. in th th tal for the week iil ,e ontr, be ,month of February iaal beuen a lt good one for the I'ownsite c·un y, The colmpany has made thirte sales during the month. the consii...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 5 March 1892

MAHER-FITZSIMMONS MILL Twelve Terrifl and IlIwly Ihounds Fought lHetore i,(1m0 People. - i'- Tihe New Zealainder I''roes too 3l'h For the Irishman d a Vile the Fight. -Maher is Not Knockedl (tull but Yields to superior ScienceP andll I;tl'ralslhii. tlhe .1.ther-Flt.itlnualuta Flaght. Nt.w OL;.:.as. March'. Peter liahor of Ireland. at aspirant for heavy-weight honors, and Robert 1'itzsiminlon. the New Zelander who is the middle-weight champion of the world, me t tonight be fore the Olympic club of this city for a purse of 810.000. of which the loser gets #1.000. The Olympic had an arena of which seated nearly M.t0) people. By the addition of the galleries the ulitiza tion of corners and economyv of space in 'very possible way, the capacity was in creased to 6ti.(* and it w,;. fully tested tonight. It was a ntagniticent gathering. There were sporting nmen from England, Ireland and front every corner of the t'nited States. New O(rleans supplied its leading mtcrerhants and professional ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 5 March 1892

E WEEKLY TRIBUNE Freoe eeds. ,,. I. W. Dixon, Representative in n(lrli", will supply seeds free to all , densire them. Farmers trishing to 't aldratUge of this may send their rnel to the TRInruP, and they will frear(ded protmptly to Mr. Dixon. l'HAY OF THIE FALIs,. WEaN!O.SDAY'" DAIlIY. .\ttrney Largent has four blooded res at the Axtell stables which he ently received from the east. One is slf-brother to Jay Eye-See. The Belt Mountain Miner has been rchased by HI. B. Mitchell and A. M. "tern., formerly of the Reader. They well versed in all kinds of neowpaper d job work and should succeed in the terprlse. Advertised letters at ('ascade, Mont.: ins Mary Iiansen, Cubert Aizure, S. y, Iete Benson. N. G. Besley, John rris. Louis Hanson, N. P. Landhterg, C. Lane, Marten Ltavell, James Me nell, Henry Nowmir. D. H. Norris. A. * Smith. H. Nerly. .Toe: KAtur !ta.. .M. From Mr. A. Rommers. sUperintendent the Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone pany it is learned that the American trect Telegraph c...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 5 March 1892

MOBS STILL CRY FOR BREAD,. The Perlin PIreud. Ifoter" Ro Assem hle and IRenew Their I)elliand for Foodl. The P'olicer hept I'lly Ilibpersiilln Them and Freely I.se 'I heir 'abre*. F'ay ln I'utertaiaed that PI'ay Day Will f l'e I.iul Ir rinking and Serious fights. 'till - ryi. 1g flr lItrtll kI; ; n. -I`eb. 2i. ''The conflict ,between the poli, t anll i t mrob of "|I,(H) 'ontin (ed in lRilonithalbr Struas; until 1o o'clock tonigni. Tilmi policet attatrked the rioters I diy rfor aolliilnn here ni there is grIatr tldanger. th , rt etn being luplli"t with iimoneiy, will indul.e in drink. and htni ; Stritn .I by Iliquolr ivgrow imontrollatle s ant] thus rltlt i ntensify th e disorders. tt IAtrnak G fret ln is tritlnlr stt. (ly then uth pbli itn rel.. tlo the slate of affairsn existing in thetity. It is r laie w d pre t r ltltonts ISoughelt t ith trIha l een adoptied u earlier.e t g fr. r f f police is I uarditng the 'llhtit and platrotling then. I StreeLts toniglht, and every precaution ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 5 March 1892

HE WEEKLY TRIBUNE MATURDAY' DAILY. p, J.bhields, who is developing the coal I Sing property recently purcbased at i lt has twenty men v;orking twoshifte. ,y are in '20 feet and are gettingl ag nicely. The mine eo far has re ielt little timbering except at the rtal. The office of the Montana Stage comn. ay has been moved from the Milwau hotel to the old store of Ruhottom & ilchrist on Second street north, back of e Tll building. L. W. Curtis. the ent, will also have his office in the , same place and will be on hand every , ty to attend to the company's interest. e Choteau and Ltewistown stage will are as before at 7:30 a. m. each, day ex lit Sunday. It is reclarted from IBelt that an outfit engineers passed through there re ntly with all their tools and camp out ts destined ostensibly for Neihart. heye were well supplied with snow ors and from all appearances were prle red to commnenc( work in a (ilolntry ell covered with snow. 'The genierrl uplisiltion is that they will coniuli...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 5 March 1892

All the Latest Styles in Nate Wertheim SPRING NECK WEAR! Park Hotel Bloc -- We can Suit the Most Fastidious. M'K.Y ARtItEIDnEI The Proprietor of the N.,torious Sweet Grsnu Saloon Taken to Ilenton. Sheriff O'Neil of Choteau county ar rived from Sweet Grass on the Canadian line late Wednesday evening, haviing in his custody a man named McKay, a hi si accused of running a disorderly house there. lie was taken to itenton yester day afternoon. McKay ran a place called the Sweet grass saloon, which has been referred to in the T'nii N.E its tbeing a nuislan(e and a menace to the authorities of b1th sountries. A letter was also pullished in these columns a few weeks ugo fromn McKay, in which he claimed that there was no truth in the repoirt that he wras k eping a disreputable place and that the while matter was the work of parties who had a prejudice against him. The mlatter will now tbe investigated by the Choteau county autlhorities and if McKay is the much aihusid lIr sun he says he has ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 12 March 1892

5* HAMEpa T T TYR7'L7 VAIrVT'hY 'N HMERAN 120 cXo ?vne NAWEEKIX TRNIBUNE. I2 189r. UMERu J~lal1' X. 11 TFLLM MONTANA. S ATUltDAY MORNING,' MARCH 12, 1892. NUMB31ItER tal COPPER COMSINATION. al l the lr'oIdu tio it f the III-fi itnit Pareti t. o f the i uoflntrit. \inu iattda onfp jii to irodu'te ufacr Trtir anddeler sin iopIp**Inion ofimpairyi The Ilehrinst Ken Inthrust'lin. his f opper rmnniinution k i YouIining net, n. allu.re iof t combination whichr if riected. will alve usillianc or dollars, just now arc' eing matters of prime intere-t to ouaiturers and derlere in copper and olders of topper mihane stokno rs lhas to mining men generally. For past two or three weeks reports that oject was afoot to securl- unity of on among copper producers in all I; (if the world have been numerous have been gradually crystutlizing in definite form. hir many months per prices have been very low and tension upon most of the copper lig companies in the Lake Superioc on. Montana, Arizona and New Me...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 12 March 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. MARCH 12. 15t52. Free Seeds. Hun . II , W. 1)i.rona. hepresentattie in ('intsenn. trill sitpply seeds freer to ill arl, dlemire the vi. Fiormran trishing III /tl.r a itiit..neq. if this may e ti-nd their inrnnr 1t /hu ( ne and they trill t". piw jurrd iti promptly In Mr. IDi.et. uEIALIt. ON IDEICK. Ex eivinor I. alils is right back into jsiliti-a again. lie sulked in his tent just long vinotgh to learn that the peo ple of Kansas were quite willing he shout l cont inue there as long as he lived. .o uke Malomied he arose, slhuik him self tiguther and went to the mountain as the imountain would not come to him. 11 r-rently appeared and spoke before thl- Kantas league of republican clubs. In or<'.rr to quiet the apprehensions of his listeners anti put them ingood humor he told themn he was nat a candidate for any tflice. He then had an attentive audience and clear suiting. Ingalls is a brilliant man. Hle may not. viewed fromt a strictly moral stand Isint...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 12 March 1892

HING SEA FISHERIES. t Replrttd Treaty With Great Britain Still Held by the President. Nay Not Be Went to the Senate at ill - Iliuheries to lIe Pro tected. large Armed Fleet to 1Be Sent to tau Alaskan Waters by nicle Siain. Sie-b ta suot 1" c.iisreui.-s WAIdiNi.ION, Mauri-l .c. It is cqtit par from inquiry at the capital that jith the exception or a ftew imimbers of he hose antd senate cxciicittees (in fre ign relations senattrs un i representa vec are in a stute of ignoranmc ot the rep-lnt vondition or n("gotiathone r " pe- eg seal flisheri s. Tice ignorince ( tII real state of tlfaiji at the clitec partially excucimbleon tit- re rini that he treaty itself has ni react li l the gnati. itdl, indeed. it ic Iiclec vY rune uemibers that nuneis tce Ii ritislh i trn Slit vinces It diieci tiioi te u t icitli lirne" in the iimatter of m iucis vii' nc i iciay never ht- sent tc the cuneide iby ie president. While, thes deportcli ictingency is not believed to be near theen, the few congreesuen...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 12 March 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. ISATURtDAY. MARCHI l12R. Freo Seods. llHn. Il. I *. liDetii. ftrgentsw'notire in (nouiret, will applqay ie'edt free to fill Wie, deliirs' l, de. Fatrmers uiril/ inq l lake outrfilua teel' this usauy Perid their Iies It) lb 'ilnet I .. fand they trill lee fo'rwardedr lin.promply I, .lf. lai.come I wouid be pleasant to learn the exact talibre and height if thle brain of the person whit etus'tl the report to be cir .lated that one of the foremost banks in the niorthn est. husate't in this 'ity. was in the I titits of a bank examiner. If the relanrt was intettilsI for a joke it was ill most e'ecrible taste: if it was proapted t y ialice it wais dastardly in the extreme: if it wasr the result of ig r erance it was ulipablt. In either ease the author of thtei report deserves severe punishment. No banking institution, though it may he as firm ansi solid as the evet lasting I hilts, can always provide against the se- ; .*ret foe or hiidden calumniater. when he 'hoses a p...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 12 March 1892

WEEKLY TRIBUNEF PRAY of THE FAIt. WrEYlFADAY' DAILY. tizens of Sand Coulee will cele ~Patrick s day by givIng ia grand he bneit of rdofthe eband, which the pride of every resident eat coal camp. funeral of George W. jr., the in. ,if Mr. and Mrs. (i. W. Taylor, lacu' yesterday afternoon from the cc The services were conducted * Teid. jr. The following quar r: A. G. Ladd, Mrs. Geo. Vleldt, Vilsx and IB. H. Jones, added to the funeral services at the ,"e and rat the grave by singing autiful selections. The funeral rgely attended. The pall-bearers K. A. Ringwald, J. I. Ieslie. J. t fgamn and A. C. Colman. 1 * liamilton. a heavy owner in the i 'reek Sheep company, who has for time contemtlated becoming a it of Great Falls, purchased yes. the house formerly occupied by ligan at 1117 Slth avenue north, e ill reside there in the future. The I ase price is not known, but it is he in the vicinity of 84,000. As use is all furnished Mr. and Mrs. toen will move into it at once. The of Great Fall...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 12 March 1892

A HORRIW[E DECAPIIATION Now An Fxerut on"r I'angled in Illa Work of I eheadinm a Criminal. The hirEa:k: o Inter <e tan moime4 I Vink nl tlh tailt, 'I habt !Mel It for I) hnage.. It f uhl. humn the .Authorities to In intht tIhe ig'.ntnnr,, of the 4 otn aue Truied. A Vi, k ninmi I%,.'umIion. 111!:1.1:.:N M arch 1. --ltalils of ;(u s . horrible story wIe rreceived in tii 'ity toiay. Aiii ia nined Ilageiiiaun in Slane. it .mnall villagi. in till poIIM" oC f haneter, uh convicted iit ih iih (" ,f murder and taes iotelitiiiei to I(( pust to death by the guillotiini. Todd% was tie date sIt for his act tion sul all thi - preparaili(.ns brim t oi lphi tii ti l i i slanned mum %%as ('I! out s-c-urely kind ;indli h#- (eentionI1r pia(, d him on the hoard hone all 11 e Ani ýtrel hhvie". The knife" was r'.:, a,( ::ne [1' "i n Ibhr 11(14 0l' the preostrate 1riindoul(. 'I' tie horror of thii spiilainr;, however, t' knife ftilted tu , r the h l froii I,( trunk init thi nuck of ti- iuirdirer r. te...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 12 March 1892

BAN1 OVATION ered to the Butte likado Troupe and Its Invited Guests. riatLment of Honored Guests From the Greatest lining Camp on Earth. [ MIKADO SPECIAL TRAIN was a Record Breaker on the Montana Central Railroad. Hours From Butte to Great Falls ""-A Mile a linute. KADO AT THE OPERA HOUSE Audience of Beauty, Wealth and Refinement Greets Butte's Amateurs 1is Entertaind by a Most Creditable Performance at the Opera House. r;n.k 1'. Atkinson. (' C. Meltouatl av Tunowe reprrventatic " hoartic( r jpr.s fur the went y, tinrday to ht t je special iarry.ng ti lititte e 't . hanki to, the .iitrteiv of Sta 1q int Kelly ant (nonductor Stivens anginents wire made to hutl tiii ei. at Praig. whire the trains paseid orlir to allow the iiuituittiC to iiake change Ti. ipetal. (o csistif if rears. was waiting when the (Ciris led ii and iimmneiliately started foi at l'&ill. Aa the ininittee Ii arded train almuut the first face to greet to was the smiling phymiigittniv of 1. iare. whose fertile bra...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 12 March 1892

THE POET LONGFELLOW. e.e RRebsetioas Is easmeetlon with she Aulwversary of His Birth. On the 77th "Afternoon in February," 18M. we find "The Old Clock on the titairs" has solemnly measured off just eighty-five "Golden Milestones" since our immortal Longfellow came here to dwell. The spring of his life was spent in Maine, and at Bowdoin college, where he was made professor of modern Ian , I LONUFELLOW's i:AR i Ilo3I. guages and literature at the early age of nineteen. Other honors followed, but not without the prop rtionate amount of labor and study. At twenty-six he stood in the foremost ranks of the poets. When '"Autuan' came to this useful life "The Harvest Moon Shone Bright ly," for never had forty-two years of one life so worked itself into the lives and love of at people as had Longfel low's. His writings all have a simplic ity and austerity of outline, a cheer, glow and benevolence of sunny spirit to in sympathy with the life of the coin. mon people that they floated in throug...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 March 1892

t. CHAMBhRLAIN. W. E. CHAMBERLAIN. eI, Yoltllr lrpDMTCI J 333 30 ER 120 Central Avernu. L 110 Cential Avenue. -ti1,; X. (,GREAT 1 FIA"LL, MONTANA.A ST'URAY MOINING:. MI 'd('II 19, 1892. N [U MI 1EJI 91 S MISSISSIPPI SPEECH. Nov. York Senator A4dds4 to llis 4Oratorictal lal. :,'a ir Iln'trinle I' ar'ly aul 'ourilhy Staled- No Miin1ing iii 11ords. ry T'ihis Fail .Means thle iliinlfe irratin, and Deathl oi thIe. :. It. I'P. t iii! L ie Ii, tily. Si ii' Si clv oin thinl' I-in Iwi.im Itokii Iji·I , . is,.. Mar.h 1: .',,t ,itn , of ication to thelll .nilt lii l'i n' i ; Iiwilth iw or htll purp.a, u'itctl ng irsiplpi -ontainlt to irea ta tI i.lulg trangers tIi tl.o, .mSini.' .i-i t' nu ning there has ben a . t,.and inplut or ipeople fromi pretty Iuarly ivIIry (of the state and frrim atjiingic anonwenaths for the purpose of ,oing r share toward extending i, hiarty •ine to the ex io|verto'r of the Emi ,tatte, anll now S.cuatr. iDatnd It. . Regular and special trains which Shoren running sinc...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 March 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUINE. BATURDAT. MARCH 9. 1WR. Free Seeds. Hon. W'. 'W. Diamon, Representatire in Congress, will s.aplu seeds free to all who desire themt. Farmers wishing to take adrailnate of this may send their naones to the Tuatonua, and they will Ie fenarrtiid paromptly to Mr. Dixon. WILL. t --IAN - AMEli('ANS OP'(11SE " ILV KP 'the New York World of the 8th inst. cont;ain a communication covering over two anmd a half columns of solid minion in which the writer warns the demo crati, pMarty that if the Chicago conven. tion incorporate a free coinuao plank in the dowen ratic platform the party will a,,se thie entire German vote of the I'ntted States. Ule says the German .Amlllria ins airto solid in their opposition to tlhe illtl bill; that their press will never support a party advocating free coinage, and then asks the question: "('an the democratic party win with the Germanns solidly opposed to it?" A careful reading of the communica tion fails to discover a single word, or a sin...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 March 1892

REAl FALLS DEMOCRACY, Large and Enthusialstie Meeting of De;umawrats at Arion Hlall Iast Evening. Nulilar of Housing Speeches Made aind Business of Importance Transacted. inmilter Appointed and the Ball opened for the Ensuing City Campaign. p'ursuant to notice the denmocracy of rea:t Fills met at Arion hall last eve.n ng for the purputeP of taking prelimanaly tcp- toward inaugurating; the city 'ai a,In for the election of mayor aid four dcu, men. ,Judg.e J.. P. l)yae, chairman Iof Ih. tmtratic city central c.litlitthe., pr' '1i. and )uanietl Harla wasr If il .I r.l.ary. Chaunuman Dynea, in a brief spel..ch, Iwlt that the ol,.jilct of th.. u.hinu. wa .,uappoinllt aI coit, tee to imake, an up Irtiuolnt of ldelegautes to Lthe. ciy .n 'entil fromt the several wairds, ilio to. at s o.t such other businesst as mayet a _u c bufort it. >Ir. Cockrill moved that the chao mait s,-point one froium each ward to nmake alch appirtionmtnt, subject to the up p:,,val of the caucus. '1 he Chair app...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 March 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SATURDAl. MARCH 19. ti. Free Seeds. lion. It1. It'. Di.ron Represenlatire in Conlress, will supply seeds free to ill iwho desire them. F.nters swishing to lake artultafge of this nmry send their ,nitesi to the Tmause. and they will he forwirded promptlty to Mr. Di.ron. AllOl' TlHE IIUIILINGTON. The brief news note published in the IhFelna papers yesterday to the effect that the linet of detluite location of the Ilu:liu ;tnl, railway from Great L'alls to tiett creek Ihad been filed, is of more im pi)rtan;c thian the brevity of the item mIig.lt sem to warrant. It has been ruIoIItrd lately that work on thie hurling tn wuh.i begin the present season at this end Iof the line, both grading rnid track-laying. and the fact that the tirst plat tiled by the company is for a portion of the route east from this city tends to co.ntirm itor also h it. I~nnior also has it that the Iturlington will build west from this city to co nncct with the Great Northern ex tension at or" n...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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