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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 15 November 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 37. MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5S, 2893. PRICE FIVE CENTS PREMIUMS als his AMhest vi Awa TO JADBIRS OP THIS PAPER. . bkmt Sebks, by the Most Pulr Athors, tm e.metlird ot tbsor ValeM. OUR GREAT BOOK OFFPPERS. m0OO COUPON No. a. geuT asves am iwo orat aee laeasea paesete a.tb .ame of hbis wue wet eeable s.e heder a0 ens beaestbt ahe s.* gwees blelw. msel Seat M wes b beam0 tpr eaesi, nma tOr tuie SSelow eh. mP emasp. as mme. . a"p.. wS eoem ami nisb Come. yoe.r meemos aduess me puaIb asame .t Shi paper ad .wa dn sam t tIm a. ,imse ba-m " mmadres see Wa.ub. aheisn, -as AUssZICANa PBsU X ee., ta, rrdertiuS aUmle. New weer, wilk bwhom we bhw amrraged to a i ema. mial adseb pasompel pe. e. t Popepr............................ laws............... .............. Iee 1r1 r By oaAe Almrdn. h rl.b (ltI. "The[r Dcheos." otter . Axander. . r Tot Gltiy.. uy Amandab. Dong.-e o Headsro. Hall. By Ble W. bas By .r .a rLDalla&. , a ymorad os o...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 15 November 1893

:.m DAILY JOURNAL NLs IT, OIITAII3A. feD s */ tas B s. ws. 1W,.. of Bwbserapffa. m I*a., m aanvaso, Poees Bamn. rrlss..................... , TO CIII 5s0 s. masesr t eveainm, at S eents per week. wiams In3ort0n, raLLuow PALs. Wedonwday, November 15, 18. BONAPARTE IN EXILL bo Fan.ous (Generatl' Trip to t.. Blesls anld itow lie lehal;ved. At 6 p. m. dinner was annonuced, when we all sat down in apparent good spirits, and our actions declared our ap petites fully equal to those spirits. Gen rial Bonaparte ate of most dishes on the table, using his fingers instead of a fork, seeming to prefer the rich dishes to the labinly dressed food and not even tasting veetablas. Claret was his beverage, which he drank out of a tumbler, keep ing the bottle before him. Heconversed the whole of dinner time, coedning his conversation principally to the admiral, with whom he talked over the whole of the Russian campaign and attributed the failure of it in the first luatance to the burning of Moscow, in t...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 15 November 1893

vepaertmwert is as inviting as a picture gallery because it's full of bargains; hand some bargains that are invitations to be comfortable for the winter. One line of Natural Wool, Jer sey Ribbed, Ladies' Underwear, we might mention as a special value. We bought the above to retail as a bargain at $2.50 the suit, but concluded to make this sale one week at $2.00 pa git, Ladies' all wool Camels Hair, a splendid garment bought espec ially for the 54.oo trade; this sale, one week, $2.50 suit. Elegant Scarlet Underwear at $3.00 per suit, for one week only. Child's all wool Grey Under wear at unheard of prices. Buy your underwear this week. By special request we continue the Kid Glove Si.oo sale another week. Positively the last week, Remnants of Dress Goods on sale cheap. THE DAIUY JOURNAL MILES CITY, MONTANA. JOURNAL WEATHER REPORT. ete Temp. Wind Weather. l4t8 .AI...... .... udy 1t5h 8 .0... 8 :t17W.... lear DAILY LOCAL MEANS. Maximum temperature, it. Minimum temperature. t0. Mean temp...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 15 November 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-L atest U. S. Gov't Report. Powder ABSOUMELY PEER A MALLAD OF LIGrT HOUSEKEEPINtQ. o- a btsweet suggsetivs ph1rm, hA tsimple s seul who is lured tLmherey Inses ar oft will e moan and cry Aan vyte the thinga tremeda lie. -s It ttassm t phree that seds so fb A weeld of trouble sad toil and caro And a wild distracting wish to go Away trem it sons and anywhere. I spek ao the thing whereof I know. mens all ittle treasraegt ways To bie away from the common eye th eact that your breed and butter stps Ia your desk; that you bake and boll and by in a single dish. It means to try Simhas year garments, the best ;s rga Sa folding bedl that last despa Of hoas.t souls; and, bitterest aim It meas a kitcheny parlor air. I speak of the things whereof I as, It means to shrink 'neath the ster amass Of the lordly butcher's and baker's eye. Aj-eti ung in meek dispraise your modest wants. To rays or sigh Over the pangs of the boughten pie. 1s to pray a strong, heav'n re...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 16 November 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 58. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS PREMIUMS C se hibt Alm lt lm Away TO READERS OF THIS PAPER. Ire bt saIs, by the Most Popuar Aetbrs,. et emeettH et atme Value. 1evr" RBA? aOOK OPPERS. ERN? 4s1We al e WO p at t. eo epems Iprenes atS the em es. Ue *Mi t e. la ditese to, *. qgert. a. tow..ces wed Z L ptaper ooer, a na diiTdifeloiieic a-age 1r pd.. seteU . is dLs.NIID .T, MAs asaias. r8* papm is# .·etwo see st the r 'gl o..+ iIIs r wree · ount Mas hulew aeir ma adste tees. Prb. lihti W AU d itar oU lgu.wag aOei.. fg e. B ais. *U w4 r. weepsi c we * am e. i.3 e esei eS o 8.wse emry p... Swlra a....a.............c as ... . p." S Trol. Mrs. ld. A t ReasdB Ball. By r ttle W. . .o. n. May Kyble Dall.u. SBri. .o r y Marr.yret BlDrount. r By tio Alger. Jr. a la{lov.h . ]By larAugsta.r 4hi IdylsI. ByJ. . l e. By DRobt. Buchanan. Os. By it. Ditnerryy. S hREm.T F lorEE oFarnRyat. ,~tulth SeekGiven Away Girl. 3::: Dgu:c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 16 November 1893

'WE DAILY JOURNAL nan.ms Omts, MOTUAWA. Umay ns3mns Xaspt - . Thrus of swesriptions. StmAn., ADvnAace, larraa rumI. itin, se ye.r t................... . M cisix b...... mon thth................ a.)U TO CITr svmasCR s. 8sarsuier, every evealns, at geents per week. wamslv anrison, a LLO Pw Urms. ............... ... .. Lao Thursday, November 16. 18hi. EONNTYk AN A POLICY. Whatever may be thought or said of the immunity of crime in general from arrest and adequate punishment, it must be admitted that the violater of fiduci ary trusts is not among the favored dane. As surely as the sun rises and sats the jail doors swing open for him dter a brief and feverish period, in which, like the moth, he flits nearer and nearer to the flame that finally singes his wings, and he drops helpless into the lands of the law. The capture of Phil 8lhieg, the thieving teller of the Bank at Minneapolis, adds one more chapter to the written history of crime and once more emphasizes the fact that the guilty e...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 16 November 1893

De3pal. tnenrt is as inviting as a picture gallery because it's full of bargains; hand some bargains that are invitations to be comfortable for the winter. One line of Natural Wool, Jer sey Ribbed, Ladies' Underwear, we might mention as a special value. We bought the above to retail as a bargain at $2.5o the suit, but concluded to make this sale one week at $2,00 Skit, Ladies' all wool Camels Hair, a splendid garment bought espec ially for the $4.oo trade; this sale, one week, $2.5o suit. Elegant Scarlet Underwear at $3.oo per suit, for one week only. Child's all wool Grey Under wear at unheard of prices. Buy your underwear this week. By special request we continue the Kid Glove S..oo sale another week. Positively the last week, Remnants of Dress Goods on sale cheap. THE DAILY JOURNAL MILES CITY, MONTANA. JOURNAL WEATHER REPORT. ete Temp. Wind Weather. " iItbLp27... 41.. 4W... lear 1th aiOlLt.. 4 :MIE... Iliar MILLY LOCAL MEANM. Maimum temperature, 44 Minimum temperature. 32. Mean t...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 16 November 1893

Miighest of all in Leavening Pov."&r.-- i. t U S o' e'ot " ýýy lý .S Imo" `y tý J rr THE 8IG stavilW. When I went up. a raw recruit. To Sod uin town from Scorrige Our caenel wore a scartet salt. Like a warrior all ablme. Our colonel held a big review. Wi' knapsack, pouch and baggsnet And the oolonel's darter drove thereto In a wagginet drawn by bays. The heoes pranced, the trumpets bawed. Theogune went off impartial, But of all the regiment Private Coed In a martial way did best. "Stand forth, stand forth, then hero bold! To you the rest be second rate: 'Tie you shall wear this clasp of gold For to decorate your broad chest. "Oh. where, Oh. where's my best recruit That enr I paid a shillin fot" But all the regiment stuck there mute. U'nwillin for to explain. 'h forth I steps and gives a cough As answers him so dutiful, "Look, colonel, dear he's gallopin off WI' Pyar beautiful darter Jane:" "Of all the plans tVhat e'er I've know.'" Says he. "I do tall that a plan To bring my hair...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 17 November 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 59. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS PREMIUMS hlNes hubs best Gives Away TO READERS OP THIS PAPER The1 m ust ks, by the Meat Pspo r Aitihrs, at ea-third o thek Value. Urt OREAT BOOK OFFERS. nOOK COUPON No. I. sut mare and two o. thsse seuspeaseamat.d at theeee at this per wAl satitl. She helder to ene beoabern sHe lbs gveen below. Bash bush lowull bound 15 pop.. aevey. nod .tsesles teen 555 to "0 pages. eogs. -a -55n eSSets. W 0mas33 Bt MAuIL melsee. with Camps.. and Sight Casts, year nose and adreess sad put eb. name of Shis papas ard town snd state In the tMhb belmw mdnnidiwrest to the Pub Ushess, TaB AmUMICAxI P3R3TUm 3., 0l. VaondvbilS BaIding. New ,eer, with whom we ba.e arranged to an an our emoM orders pbomptly, p... -L asmof a Pper....................... lown ..............Stat ............ lbs tiuanan. By Gustave Alm1aard. Ato Wad' Mec By Iik..re.gs. Warden. Talo Mak. yWll. B (to ttle.. t ala ofa Corar...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 17 November 1893

IIE DAILY JOURNAL I ILm arTr, WeatANA. Uwes7 Us.alag nanget gsami*. Ters of sabeerfpfoas. 5r -AI., IN ADVANCe, WarrAGS PAID. thouaa et yea ............ * TO cIrr seasCasNI5as. earrier, every evening, at5 aente per week. NWaiLY IDItION, TaLaw PAPMs. Friday, November 17, 1803. A PLAIN DI'?Y. If Mr. J. P. Miller of West Virginia .ver brings a claim against the state of -Montana for $350, with interest at legal rates from November, 1803, it should be allowed without question or enquiry. Mr. Miller is the gentleman who has re. .sntly purchased the architectural mon atrosity at Jackson Park, Chicago, known as the Montana building, paying therefor $360 in the "long green" orsome other acceptable kind of money. It is rmored that Mr. Miller was en route to Dwight, Ills., and had stopped off in Chicago for one farewell "spin around the block;" that he visited the White City with the laudable intention of paintin' 'er red," and-the world knows Me rest. It is bad enough to'have the bow-legged R...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 17 November 1893

O~ur Vrnderwear is as inviting as a picture gallery because it's full of bargains; hand. some bargains that are invitations to be comfortable for the winter. One line of Natural Wool, Jer sey Ribbed, Ladies' Underwear, we might mention as a special value. We bought the above to retail as a bargain at $2.50 the suit, but concluded to make this sale one week at $2,00 of Sgit, Ladies' all wool Camels Hair, a splendid garment bought espec ially for the $4.00 trade; this sale, one week, $2.50 suit. Elegant Scarlet Underwear at $3.00 per suit, for one week only. Child's all wool Grey Under wear at unheard of prices. Buy your underwear this week. By special request we continue the Kid Glove £1.o0 sale another week. Positively the last week, Repinants of Dress Goods on ale cheap. THE DAILY JOURNAL MILES CITY, MONTANA. JOURNAL WEATHER REPORT. ete m Temp. Wind Weather. lth 8p30..15..... 17NW 1 Light Snow n h8l0.51.M . I. E... 2IClear DATLY LOCAL MEANS. Uaximum temperature, 41. Minimum tempera...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 17 November 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Renort. *- Fbwder __ABSOI~fELTY PU ]FOUNDON THE TRAINS A MAN WHO FOR FIFTEEN YEARS HAS SEEN PICKING UP THINGS. A Vow ieems team she soebee orf char. Iio-V0000 eeWh Jeeige P eesble Peep. esy-omebreuas Bead the Lie of lere. a1e 30.legseg& Whenever during the daytime a New I York. New Haven and Hartford train rolls into the Grand Central depot a stoop shouldered, little man, with keen gray I eyes and a beard that doesn't grow with sufllemnt luxuriance to require frequent trimming, strolls down to the end of the platform. When the train stops and while the most laggard of the paesengers are still leisurely alighting, he hops nim bly on the rear platform of the last car and proceeds to literally "go through" the train. Sometimes a much excited d pessenger who has suddenly recollected i that he has forgotten something rushes a madly back into the train and discovers t his portable property in the hands of the little man. Then, if h...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 18 November 1893

THE Y ELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 60. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER x8, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS PREMIUM ' Chdse heels Mmmi Gb Awy; TO RLADERS OP THIS PAPER. 1e East seeks, by the Met Popula A at s Mt em,«41rd of ther Vales. OUtR ORBAT BOOK OFFERS. -O tooeN Ns. I. aRse ss e are T.wo ort e*. easpe .peseets t te ease at this pprw pmSmaiti ta heabder to one bdlk emmthe ges gagre belew. eahb beek is wl belad s paper smer, mar meatsaie aws$Ui te Spa mee.. se. I1 OR.1m3D 31 KAIL nememe. wtth Oppmens mnd mts Comes. lser sme- aedsems mad put ae ammml . is papter aw tow and t in the bimk. baiqw sad masl diresu toehe hb MNeme., Tl3 A*331OAN Ps3IN M SO,, eSl Vanderblt Dnuldlng New T1sk. with wbmm we haoe meregm to Smil t an smar ea er premptly. peeo P*<* .me ot IPaper ............................. .ees......... ........state .o.. ail y.................. t ....... ...l ariMere" B Florence Warriea. ello" Dsk. y Wflkie Collins. f Ale of stCaravan. By ltobt.Buoca.ai. i ae Fetter...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 18 November 1893

THE DAILY JOURNAL 3L CITy, MOIITANA. .ew"y Wrvtag Eceept Suairy. Terls of subxerqpt~Wo. ! AILAL, I ADVANCI, POSTAGM PAID. IU on one year ..0...........0...110. sk0mil, molth.. . a................. .06 dltio one month .................. 1.6 TO (ITT s51UInCUatl3. parrisr, every evening, at 25 cents per week. W'lULI aDITION, TILLOW PAPNLt. tYoatha ................................ 1. Saturday, November 18, 1893. DEMOCRATIC COMMENT. The Springfield Republican. although a consistent administration supporter, and although it accepts Mr. Gresham's statement of facts concerning the Ha wiian matter, condemns the secretary's unwarranted assumption of interference. The Springfield organ very pertinently says: "Hawaii now has a government with which, so far as appears. the peo ple are content. It is a government which has sustained itself for some time by its own strength. It seems to be administering the affairs of the islands wisely, and to be fully protecting the rights and interests of the U...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 18 November 1893

'Q'dle rwe r oepartmen.t is as inviting as a picture gallery because it's full of bargains; hand some bargains that are invitations to be comfortable for the winter. One line of Natural Wool, Jer sey Ribbed, Ladies' Underwear, we might mention as a special value. We bought the above to retail as a bargain at $2.50 the suit, but concluded to make this sale one week at $2.00 pI Silt. Ladies' all wool Camels Hair, a splendid garment bought espec ially for the $4.oo trade; this sale, one week, $2.5o suit. Elegant Scarlet Underwear at $3.oo per suit, for one week only. Child's all wool Grey Under wear at unheard of prices. Buy your underwear this week. By special request we continue the Kid Glove Si.oo sale another week. Positively the last week, Remnants of Dress Goods on sale cheap. THE DAILY JOURNAL MILES CITY, MONTANA. JOURNAL WEATHER REPORT. ate Temp. Wind Weather. 17th 8p3. 2:..... 2S . at'lodly 18thealO. l;... 27W... St'lear DAlt.. L UCAL MIANa. Maximum temlperature, 27. Minimum t...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 18 November 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Po-A r.- i.: ,t . S. (;ov: -^rt. ABSO.~F E IT WAS A LUCKY SHOT IT SAVED A ROCKY MOUNTAIN HUN TER'S IFE FIVE TIMES. we Teak Geed Aim, and Wbha tuaet Was e0.. Mewre eseseed Be Coasted Up wve Dead weo4ee-Ws Weoderw e to Caled a Pameas sIe Teller. A rpop of men were sitting on the hotel porch "-wapping" yarns. "Some people do not believe in luck; well, I do, and I'll tell you why," said the traveler as he paneed and deliberately put his right leg acroes the knee of his left and glanced pensively down the street. The group pricked up their ears, for the traveler was a famous story teller, and all rightly judged that his remark was but the prelude to the recital of one of his adventoes. "When I was some 15 years younger than I am now." continued the traveler, "I was exceedingly fond of hunting. One fall my love of this sport led me to take a hunting trip in the Rocky moun tains. I was ambitious and wanted to add a grizzly hear skin and a few elk heads to nay co...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 20 November 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 6z. MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER zo, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS PREMIUMS Chel kles LAsi t Gives Aw TO READERS OF THIS PAPER. TIh e Be eeks., ste Met PFla I AuleSb M M ea e tm ehl.d o h eItr Value. OUR GREAT BOOK OPPERs. OOK COu.N HNm.e... me emews and m w i 1 mShet aspaamemewsasad aM th. saes at 5ie Popes wall eatll he helder to .se hah amm S0 a gaesbash . Umee lea kol b m lepaper asses,4 a .aelesms ose .Us eeBas. ege. -sr BOra U eass. W O i3Dre IT MAIL. se.lass, 0b., s 6lm 6aderblIt eslrag, Iew wark, wish whem we have arragad to Uo a1 asr amet edere prempty, pIe IN. imme t Papa ........................... Tow.... ................... . ..... TM restberuua By Gustav. Almai. tWorld's Mercy. BY Florence Wrttae. e Yaliow Mask. ByWiIle Collins. I ATaof aCvan. By tobBuc Irish Uir. By The nc,. the_ Fetter.. By Mrs. Alexander. ie or Not tifulty. By AmsndaM. Douglas e.i 's Heir. By Mrs. May B FLeming STweve Great Diamonds. y Mrs. Je- heIrs. of le...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 20 November 1893

'I' DAILY JOURNAL IL. aerr, WOUIrlANA. UYr 3,sweaas asept swaiar. Terms of Subscription. T HMAIL, I ADVANCE, POSTAOR PAID. U , one year ..................... st , mis mo te . .... .. ........ itsa, osu moth...... . 1.00 T CIrrU sseuIsseE. ear1rier, every evealng, at s cents per week. W.ELu EDITION, TELLOW PAPaE. h ............................... .10 Monday. November 2. 0, 18 M. , THE (;itINtGi oF THE OTHEIR Or. It is now thirteen years anti more iece Genaral Hancock. then Democratic candidate for the presidency, courted and secured defeat by gi.ing as his opin ion that the tariff was a local issue, meaning local in the sense that it was not national. Those who remember any of the features of that campaign will re member the big smile that rippled over the face of the country at this announce ment, for it must be explained that in those days the tariff discussion was new and the best posted political orators knew but little more of the theories of free trade and protection than nine ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 20 November 1893

O ur Untlerrwe r Depr rte.en is as inviting as a picture galler) because it's full of bargains; hand. some bargains that are invitationo to be comfortable for the winter. One line of Natural Wool, Jer sey Ribbed, Ladies' Underwear, we might mention as a special value. We bought the above to retail as a bargain at $2.5o the suit, but concluded to make this sale one week at $2.00 II Sift. Ladies' all wool Camels Hair, a splendid garment bought espec ially for the S4.oo trade; this sale, one week, $2.50 suit. Elegant Scarlet Underwear at $3.0oo per suit, for one week only Child's all wool Grey Under wear at unheard .of prices. Buy your underwear this week. By special request we continue Ite Kid Glove SI.oo sale another week. Positively the last week, t Remnants of Dress Goods on sale cheap. o t-- THE DAILY JOURNAI MILES CITY, MONTANA. JOURNAL WEATHER REPORT. an'l m et Temp. Wind Weather. DAILY LOCAL MEANS. Maximum tetmlerature, 27. Minimnnum temperature.. Ill. Mean temnperature, 23. Pr...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 20 November 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Po er.-Latest U. S. Gov't Renort. ItX., Powder ABSOtLUFL ELY PURE Sea 5i-- - - A MOTHER. ClM I but have my baby back again reom the d;m vastness of the great men Mew would it ease my poor heart's ilent pain As I sit here in shadow and alonel That heaven is vast but makes me more afraid, Who shall its hesitating footsteps gulde? War coster the nest my love had made, Or as my heart feels, since my baby diled. COd was the night it left my boesom warm A night of wintry tempest harsh and wildl Into that world of darkness and of storm Went forth alone my little toddling child, I amy alone, for who hears angels' teat Passu at the threshold, though we drsam they come? We hear not even death, the robber fleetl We only know a void is in our home. Mother! the very name is sorrow's owra A synonym for heartache and for trial; 'Tis she most tread the wie wine press al alone, And when the tears would start must wear a smile. What is the faith of priest, of Christian bro...

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