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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 21 November 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 6a. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1893. PRICE FIXE CENTS PREMIUMS Chaise hub best Gi A TO READERS OF THIS PAPER. 'The bt Seek., by the Mest l-tpl r AMlibee, at m-thiird of thkir Val.. OUR GREAT BOOK OPFERS. OOK COUPON No. t. nIuT ams asad Two or ethe. a"empeee p eal amt me .e. of this pape. r wnl eatutle the helder to ose eash iems the ast gives below. ash .es Is won boed is paper sever, sod easisis bomn 55s sib pages. esse ispsiessmeasts. ii OmDInan 31 AIms oL ease wsih COepeas sod aight Costs. year sam o ad addwes sad pot tme sas or this paper sl owa sad ate In the bleak below sad rmsaldiset 0t Pub. Mhasee, Ti AIEnsICAN PNIsMUM 00n 03 Vaeaderhilt Saldlag. New .eek, with whmr we have arranged to I11 anll t mU.rs erda prvmpty. pro Mm.e of Paper............................ ewss..................tt..e........ mThe T iFe.er . By Gustave Almau.. t World's Merey. By Florence Warden. h Yellow Meek. By Wilkie Collins. ATalo of Cara.s. B...

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. — 21 November 1893

THE DAILYJOUURNAL CL CrTr, MO rANA. 3,.,, v6miag Uxeept 3.uday. . . ..... ........ ...........~n Term. of SBbseriptiou. Ut Ehfl., WIN VAIC. MOTAGE PAID. E lion, one year .. ...... .... a one month................. 1.0 nrr toCTYscat~aras. ~arrnler, every eveningl, at 5 eeents per week. wEnKLT I.I.tNU, TALLOW PAPES. ST ued...........................a 1,1 3.... oc, Tuesday, November 21. 1893. THE courts of Chicago are allowing too long a time to elapse before bringing Mayor Harrison's assassin. Prendergast. to trial. In England.or even in our own despised and calumniated New Jersey. he would have been decently interred by this time. after having been afforded a fair trial and a full and exhaustive in quiry into every detail and side issue of the case. Delay in these matters begets indifference, and when the trial is finally reached there is liable to be much apa thy in the prosecution, and over-much maudlin sentimentality for the defense. with the usual result of going to prison. pendi...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 21 November 1893

Oil 7ndoerwear Department 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 pe SLit. 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 $3.00 per suit, for one week only. Child's all wool Grey Under wear at unheard of prices. Buy your underwear this week. By special request we continue the Kid Glove S$.oo sale another week. Positively the last week, Remnants of Dress Goods on sale cheap. THE DAILY .JOURNAL MILES CITY. MONTANA. JOURNAL WEATHER REPORT. Baroa, Sete Te.mp. Wind I Weather. akth 8 p: : . lu W lldy 2tst na .9 00..I ~NW. . q'ldiy DAILY LXOC'AL ME \-S. Maximum tenterature, 4. Minim...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 21 November 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Po -. er.-Latest U. S. Gov't Repdrt. SPowder AMOrfltELY PURE BURNING DRIFTWOOD. Var more than all I dared to dweam. Unsought before my door I ee On wings of fire and steeds of steam The world's great wonders tcom to a And all her stigs, unmarked before. Of love to seek and power to save Tih righting of the wronged and poor, The man evolving from the slave. And lite, no longer chance or tats te into the gracious fatherhoed. I foldo'er wearied hands and wait. Is fall amerasne of the good. And well the waling time must be. Though brief or longts rante day. If Pthb an Hop end Charity Sit by my evening hearthlre's blase. And with them. triends from heaves hase Wee love my hbeat has comforted. And, sharing all my Joys, has shared By tender memories of the dead. Dear souls, who left us lonely here. Boueand on their last long voyage, to whom We day by day are drawing near. Where every bhrk has sallng room. I know the solemn monotone Of waters calling unto me. I k...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 22 November 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 63. MILES CITY, MONTANA,. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS PREMIUMS Choe s b est i Away TO READERS OP THIS PAPER. h% Wat Bis, by the Meet Ppdulsr Amhms, t u-t.. , of ther Vaue. OUR OREAT BOOK OFFERS. BOO U CO PON U N. i. made'? is mad Two o. these eeesupeas pested as the emee at this paper wiN ostitls the holder to eah brea the ret givea below. Nash hoth So weal .uead is gaper oem, and eneas Rmose !. m fwe. p a w ga 1sr ta se St . ,a S ame asd addLese ald pu the mame eo this paIeue m town and state i ae Misek elew mae main di et . o te Pub ehbese, Tal AmsNIcAx PIsIItI M 0O., 1S Vaderb it kulldiag, New Te.k, with whom we have arranged to n sa sear wall orders promptly, prie -4 Natm o Vapor............................. t ................. ............... s fron smn. By Gustave Alaurd. Se World's M y. Florence Warden. llow Mask. By Wlkie Collins. A le ofaCaravan. By RHobt.Buchanan. i(irl. By "The l)otlhese." g the Fetters. By Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 22 November 1893

HiE DAILY JOURNAL 3ILa C.er1. MONTANA. wea amed.s a e-e d.am.r. Terms of sta.erption. ERAL, IN ADVANC.. POSTAGE PAID. i tl . e er .................... 10i i tion, six months .................. a iltim, one month ............. ..... . TO C IIE5CPI.EK3. .arler, er, evry evenin, at 21 ente per week WErLIT EDITION. YVLLOW PAIPR. 1w- . . ................................ 1.0 Wednesday, November 22, 198. Wit. HI.OI'NT APPEARS. The latest news of the Hawaiin im broglio can scarcely be regarded as sat iseactory by the most earnest supporterm d the administration. In line with the very singular and wholly unprecedentet treatment of the country by the govern ment in this affair. 3Mr. Blount. the "special commissioner." is at this stage d the development brought forward t( tell his story, and as it is known that the policy of the administration is based up on the report of Mr. Blount. it is in thui connection especially interesting, but it must be admitted by the impartial read or that the docu...

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. — 22 November 1893

indLerwear -Dºepartmnen.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 pr Silt. Ladies' all wool Camels Hair, a splendid garment bought espec ially for the $4.oo trade; this sale, one week, $2.50 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 sle cheap. THE DAILY JOURNAL MILES CITY. MONTAMA. JOURNAL IVEATHER REPORT. t Temp. Wind Weather. 21it 8 P. 09....... 21NW..10Lt snow Id 86a4 j.. 1:,W... W 'l'hm,ly DAILY LOCAL MEANN. Maximum temperature, 31. Minimum ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 22 November 1893

Highest of all in ILeav ening Poe :r.- iatest U. S. Gov': RXeprt. Powde AIWLU Y PUR E~~ FIGHTING A ROBBER. WAS IT BRAVERY OR WAS IT A CASE OF FOOLHARDINESS? A Siraggie With the Pasms i.4 Dalte. er the Preasesio of a so.ese mone Pashage-A Telegrapher's Story of Oe Wimer Fight's aspers..ee. When I read o· adventures, there oom to my mind my encounter with a no torious outlaw of the name of Ed Dal ton. For years he had robbed mail coaches and waylaid and murdered trayv elers who were belated and so unfor tunate as to meet him. I was employed by the Northern Pa cific railway as telegraph operator. It was in the-latter part of the winter that the most terrible storm broke upon that section of the country that was ever knows. The wind blew a strong gale from the northwest, and the air was full of snow. All trains were late. and I had found no time to leave my office and take an ex press package' of $53.(K0 to the bank for safe keeping. The station was crowded and our safe small, so that I...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 23 November 1893

L THE ELL OWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 64. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, 'NOVEMBER 23, 2893. PRICE FIVE CENTS PREMIUMS a lets Abmst Sim Awa TQ MBADERS OF THIS PAPER. H w Bo B. byk l Moat Pob MAsib atr rret d of OUR ORA gooK OFFPPERS. lOop coUPON No. I. ae s 0 S61 me Two .r these mwmspesggmts at the .0 of Shis peei wPe5 ese hae ah ealee t me *paper $ aso githeh beiweI. use roeteO * a ins. sT op. se. sage with o.upe.. mad sight ests.. r.ea a-AA m addes. sd pe the ear.me of tht papes i town aTd state is hes l . et ast imaiavrst Setaer Pub 0W., ea Vai erubiit anoudia. New ank, witwem we have areeaged to ln as e. mea ders prmparly pre. e t apep ............................ lowa.............State........... ! tierls em.tL By Gustave Almard. tWoi' d Mr ow. g aFlorenre Warden. Ir. l r.. By The ByE.luobe . thel Fetter.. ltMrs.Alexander. or . t Guilty. ByAmandaM. Douglas. lgifre-IM of Hemss Hall. By Ettle W. aI Gloe. By ClaraItobt. Besa. Ill G. r of Tyrol. M T Calerdr. tldyls By o .J. Tr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 23 November 1893

TIE DAILY JOURNAL lxUs eC, moelANA. nmwy sards a* Sand.y. Terms of 8mbcription. 3? MNA.. W ADVANCr, POSTAGE PAB. to month .... ... .40 1` ttos, ome month .............. 1·Q0 TO CMT .rscmetlMs. .Sterrier, every evening, at 25 cents per week. WMLT DITiIOv. YELLOW PAPER. T r... ............... . ........... O tth e .... ....... . ..... . ... .......... 2 ), M onths ........ ....... ............... 1.00 Thursday. November 23. 1893. SSRiE. The following editorial reprinted from a recent issue of the Butte Miner is in Brother Quinn's happiest vein. and is moreover as true as gospel: No. this is not a panic. The country has not gone to the bow wows. Thebot tom of the world has not fallen out to let the earth drop through the hole. The -ed of earth's journey has not been aimched. Prosperity has not become ob sulete. Calamity is not the order of the day. The future is not a long and ray less waste of dismal gloom. Hope is not dead. Starvation has not been elected bealth officer. Sorrow has n...

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. — 23 November 1893

WTTe Aimr at the mark and score a bull's eye on the tar get of public favor every time For every dollar you bring to our store it's a case of twins; there are two of them in purchas ing power, and you throw away a dollar when you don't buy. Low prices are like the tide, they come and go; the tide's in now, come before it's out. Buyers are after our stock of Ladies Shoes with a rush, and rushes are forerunners of clean sweeps. If you are after the rush, what you're after is gen erally gone. Come now when we, for one week, or until gone, are selling our Ladies Shoes, made by the North Star Boot and Shoe Co. of Minneapolis, worth $4.oo, $4.50, $5.oo and S6.oo at $3.oo per pair. These Shoes are in all sizes, from 25 to 6, D and E last. Not odd sizes of old stock but all new shoes bought this year. This is by far the greatest bar gain we ever offered. THE DAILY JOURNA] MILES CITY. MONTANA. JOURNAL WEATHER REPORT. rte Temp. Wind Weather. 3 p .19....... 2 onudy 6a 0.37... INSN.loudy DAnIL ...

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. — 23 November 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Powcr.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. SPowder ABSOW I ELY PUREl IELLOING 1,300 MILES LONG DISTANCE AND SHORT CIRCUIT TELEPHONES. Whe Iee the erreer and What They Use Them F~r-The Charges Seem ighl, but the, Peemit Uhe Vtel of Cesaterahie eeweueate.-A Ltotare Ver Test Cae1. A continuous long distance telephone line extends between Boston and Mil wankee, a distance, as the line Is ran, of 1,1 mile. A reporter who was wondertag, a many other people are woderieng, no doebt, it the lung distanoetelephone cir cutes are much used, and it so by what class of people and for what purposes, called to ask those questions of Edward P. Meany, assistant general manager of the company, in the main office, at 18 (ortlandt street. "Yes," said Mr. Meaney, "the long distance service is used to such a satis factory extent that it is being constantly extended. In the far western part of our territory Milwaukee has been added to the system. and this side of Chicago a line has recen...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 24 November 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 65. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS PREMIUMS tise Basis Ahuust free Away TO READERS OP THIS PAPER. IWe Bo. Seeks. by th. MoSt P" u. Alother, at eme-thid of their Vale. OUR ORBAT BOOK OFFERS. IOOK COUPON Ne. s. seat cneTs md twO .r thse Osuasa pessted atbh. se.. ths po i w .solto thse bhlder to one bnk bal amMe Ust ivs below. mese tbsk iO welr bead n pAeer soev., and esetalas sorn s0 to see pages. S3s er foeesas mete. ZW Sa0alt31D ST MAIL mes.es. wak coumps" md sbt Coate, you. -amm sed addems sad put tmhe same of thi paper lad town aud itare ia os lMas beLto sad maldiisat totk h Pub Wmbers. te AIIUnUCA PsaMflx 00.. ets Vad..rbit saulldag. Now Took, with whom we have aurraged to IS n eaw mail orders prompltU . pee rne * Paper........................... t...................................... ..... tows............ .......... ho erontswman. By Gustave Almard. World'. More. By Florence Wardn. llow Mask. Bly Wilki ...

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. — 24 November 1893

fRE DAILY JOURNAL flu 01W. MoVEnAr. ?inin ts.1 8uh2MA$ES. 31 MAIl, DI A MA33, POUTAOU PAID. Rdttt ios, ors e r ................... slu a ics, s.in iontb .* tic . esast ............... 16G ·· s TO call scacznrss Suirsr. every evening, atM 3Se.at. per week. wInyt om I ou, 3LOWW rARe. ria November........................ M. 1i Friday, November 24. IN &. THE STUDY OF A WORD. Ie emasses amnd Variety orf iformatiom It Is Iikely to Furnish. The great dictionaries are a hlbrary in themselves and furnish an exhaustless source of information. A study of a single word like cross in the Century Dictionary shows the resources and va. slety of information that a familiar weed may furnish. There are 15} col amas devoted to this word and its omn bainations. There are 24 pictorial illu trations. All in all there are 257 differ eat words made out of cross whichhave to be defined. In the great Oxford Die tlonary there are 11 pages given to this word, or twice as much as in the Cen tury. In the Cen...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 24 November 1893

0 A We Aim at the mark and score a bull's cye on the target of public favor every time For every dollar you bring to our store it's a case of twins; there are two of them in purchas ing power, and you throw away a dollar when you don't buy. Low prices are like the tide, they come and go; the tide's in now, come before it's out. Buyers are after -our stock of Ladies Shoes with a rush, and rushes are forerunners of clean sweeps. If you are after the rush, what you're after is gen erally gone. Come now when we, for one week, or until gone, are selling our Ladies Shoes, made by the North Star Boot and Shoe Co. of Minneapolis, worth $4.00, $4.50, $5.oo and $6.oo at $3.oo0 per pair. These Shoes are in all sizes, from 2% to 6, D and E last. Not odd sizes of old stock but all new shoes bought this year. This is by far the greatest bar gain we ever offered. A 0I THE DAILY JOURNAL IlLKS CITY, MONTANA. JOURNAL WEATHER REPORT. fete Temp. Wind Weather.. ei..Y......... WNW.. VCloud DAILI LOCAL M5...

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. — 24 November 1893

Highest of all h I L 'aheing i:.ow .--. :;.- UL. ;. G,,'t I&: .xrr AC der ~.~aMOIIIELY( PURgTE CAPITA I AUTOCRATS. OFFICIALS IN WASHINGTON WHOSE ONLY LAW IS THEIR WILL A Strikoing Eample Is the First Cmp I troller of the Currency, Whose Deelstes Cammet Even Be Vetoed by the President. Who Has the Power of Removal. Among the most remarkable features of this government by the people is the extraordinary authority vested in certain subordinate oficials at Washington. For instance, no man in the United States wields such power in money mat ters as the first comptroller of the cur rency. He is entirely independent of the secretary of the treasury. and even the president has no means of coercing him, as the following story shows: When Grant was in the White House, First Comptroller Taylor refused to countersign a warrant for the payment of a big claim out of the funds of the treasury. The luresident summoned him and said: "You mll-t smig." "I will not. Mr. Pre.ident," replied the reca...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 25 November 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. OLUME XII. NO. 66. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS PREMIUMS 1stGA bhele ube Abhust Ue Away' TO READERS OF THIS PAPER lte a.t Beeks. by the Meet Pop m A, ebwost. m tbd thikr _Vabe. OUR GREAT BOOK OFFERS. 00K CoupoN No. i. B m CIT sod TWO ot thoes edepose psesseted at ah em0e o thise pper wtl titll the helder to eme kek sees te t giv belan,. lmbs beok ls well bemd l paper , ad, meas.m. b s t. see paps.. >ap ee primse s uets. Wr o SWDM BY MAIL o.ese.l, with Coopes. mad ight Cents, yur sene smd addres. and pat the amse ot tAs paper sad town mad state is the weak below sad marl idret tothke PFb MakYse, TB AM ICAJN PREMIUM go., 1S Voaderbltt Bulidlas, Now oeek, with whome we bare arrageod to on an ear smai onlde presoptly. pe lwame or aper.......................... dws ........... ta.... t........... Tb. Froetierman. By Gustave Alm ad. At World's Mere. yy Florence Warden. T Yellow Mask. By Wilkie Collins. tt: ATsde of -Ca van....

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. — 25 November 1893

THE ,DAILY JOURNAL mnan CIT, mONrAA. Mvety Uww.aag uaseps Sasi. Terms of Bat.eripffos. 31 MAIL, In ADVANC, P05TA PAID. $ sl MB wme r .....................s10. ckdltion, six months ................. 6 gi diitioa, one month ................. i. TO CITY sasetos'mas. Searier, every evening, at 25 Cents per week. WeUKLI KDITION, YELLOW PAPL. SYear .................. ............... ... s t waMouths ...trasto be the policq o .ti' adg0Monthra.ion on..e.. w.. ... ... q... ....i coSaturditeay spirit-undNovembertook to .y that woOI.Lw WtaIsOI. Some two gweeks ago the Helre tick pendent. in nt& effort to ally itself with what it felt was to be the odlicy of th,. administration at the prospectl questionol be having puteen alled upon theto mfree lly abuist, the exact the administration for Its silver policy. and therefore bMing in an unusually contrite spirit--undertook to say that the wool growers of this state were tick md to death at the prospect of wool be. lag put upon the free list, th...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 25 November 1893

at the mark and score a bull's eye on the target of public favor every time For every dollar you bring to our store it's a case of twins; there are two of them in purchas ing power, and you throw away a dollar when you don't buy. Low prices are like the tide, they come and go; the tide's in now, come before it's out. Buyers are after our stock of Ladies Shoes with a rush, and rushes are forerunners of clean sweeps. If you are after the rush, what you're after is gen erally gone. Come now when we, for one week, or until gone, are selling our Ladies Shoes, made by the North Star Boot and Shoe Co. of Minneapolis, worth S4.oo, $4.5o, $5.oo and $6.oo at $3.oo per pair These Shoes are in all sizes, from 2% to 6, D and E last. Not odd sizes of old stock but all new shoes bought this year. This is by far the greatest bar- I gain we ever offered. d THE DAILY JOURNAI MILEK CITT, MONTANA. JOURNAL WEATHER REPORT. eta Temp. WindI Weather. latm e p I UN.. E.. Slear bth 8 aR67.'2 . ON,... 6,Cloudy...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 25 November 1893

Iiighv-.;ts all its Lca\vening P'ow: ;.ttsr U. . (Wv <vt. AMOUCIKTA LY UREM E WILY HETTY GREEN. PECULIARITIES OF A WOMAN WORTH 860,000,000. s-he 1 01d Fashiolnd Is Appearsac., S.. Verely Palan Is Dress, but the Petrsoei eattlo of Shrewda.ne When IHiaelat Trosassetlae Are rnvolved. Not a small part of thefameof Brook lyn can be laid to the credit of the re markable women who have lived and live now within its borders-women who have taken rank and honor in almost ev ery walk of life. It is a well known fact that a very large proportion of the real estate of the city is held in the names of women. It is not a widely known fact that the woman who is reputed tobe the richest in the United States lives in the (ity of Churches and right in the clas sic section known as the heights too. Her wealth is variously estimated at from $Ono.(a.i to S1to40.t.OO0, and her nanme is Mrs. Hetty ;Green. Her name and Iersonality are more familiar to Wall street than they :ire to Brooklyn society. That ...

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