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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 27 November 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 67. MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS PREMIUMS hs! lehis Abest 8u Away TO READERS OF THIS PAPER. lew ase Seeks, by tas Met pulesr Aetbers, et eee-b rbd .I hek vales. OUR ORBAT BOOK OFFPPERS. BOOK COUPON Ne. I. .i... c.lme ans two o Sa... Ompem Imemed a tShe ede . tOhio der M eotlseo the beldor Ste ne M em thMel gWitven below. mash blnk Is wonl Nrede i pope" ever. son em ats fogm sm I ee* poe., Bags. 3ar pa Be n "e . 210 B63333 BY MAL s emose. wit Cmupeea. amd Kiga Casta. yeor - .no addess and puS the name eo tMO ppee eand oewn mnd state is tSe lllla begaw admsldU deee to the Pub. .Users. TM AMNEICAW PrUMIIM CO., Sll Vanderbilt sniBAlg. New Week, with wham we have arrmaged to 8nI all our mal ordem promptly, pee e apaper Mem ape.. ........................... Y .................. sta.......... ... he rotiereman. By Gustave Almard. Sth orld's rc. y Florence Warden. SYellow Mask. By WIlkie Collins. A he of aCaravan. 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. — 27 November 1893

TIE DAILY JOURNAL InLas c.st, eitAliA. ryy 3avens ..seept se.s. . Ters of Subecriptos. 5T MAIL, IN ADVANCI, mPOTA·G PAID. io, i monthr........... 6011 io , one month.................. 1.00 to CIrrT sWlUsmsses. ft warrier, every evening, at li cents per week. wasnLT IDITtION, PyLLOW PAPaI. Yea• ......................................14.00 M o ths ................ .... ........ l.t Monday, November 27. 18i3. ''MEPEALING" THE M'KINLEV AiCT. What purports to be an outline of the forthcoming Democratic tariff bill has been given to the public. It is appar ent that the "unconstitutional" protec tive measure wilt not be "repealed." That is to say, it will be repealed about the way the Sherman act was repealed. the latter being amended by the elimina tion of one clause. The unconstitutional protection of the cotton, silk and woollen industries will be maintained by an ad valorem protection of about 40 per cent. The "culminating atrocity," as far as regards these industries, will not be amend...

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. — 27 November 1893

WTNe .A.imn at the mark and score a bull's eye en the target of public favor everyi 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.oo0, $450. $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 gain we ever offered. &va,-O AO .4 THE DAILY JOURNAL MItAI ffmT, MONTANA. JOURNIAL WATHIER REPORT. ?toamp. Wind Weather. DAILT LOCAL MEANS. Maximum temp...

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. — 27 November 1893

Iiighc. ;"o 9 aila i hIxaer:: iar ýi 'J ýGi iJ :· ABSOWChL I LONDON BY GASLLIGHT j SATURDAY NIGHT STREET SCENES IN THE CITY OF THE DOCKERS. A sreak Is the !earrfl Dreariess Thua M&hs the Life of the Telling Tieeoaaded of the East Side of the Great Metroplla. Mmae. seus sae sn Daes. The memory of a Saturday night in the City of the Dockers is like the reeol lection of a troubled dream, for on this last night of the week the great, hot s-.et, are filled with the pentup life of -00,000 housees (one cannot call them homes), and all the varied phasesof this hand to hand struggle for existence ap pear. The docker is prodigal of his few shillings on Saturday night, the maxi mum of his liberality being shown most often in the public house and on the catch penny street conjurer, while the minimum is apparent at the stalls of the grocer and butcher. But men, wonm en and children are out on the streets, and, whatever else it be, Saturday night is something of a break in the fearful drearin...

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. — 28 November 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 68. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, z893. PRICE FI\E CENTS - -- - - - -PRICE FI'E CENTS8 PREMIJM8i Schin Bet Limt Simv Away TO READERS OF THIS PAPER. The ant Beeks, by the Moat PoI po r OUR O.SAT BOO OPPERS. BOOK OUWON WNi 1. WoEi aLiTs aIl Towo of t.. m P80Im s lld me am . of this aem a. U .-a,"e - -ee t . * beos aum the ml sire be.ow. -aos beel oi wos boad in paper cower, aed msltako fia to s i peos. es.. Mu piseUD s ots. - Oe uazna 3s mAIL seoso.., wish aCou ps* ead ight cents. your -ame od ioses sd ass t t a same of h pal ee s tawaod seesto IN the lst bdweed aLlll diet Seth. Pub. hnosO, tas A slsICA r |sxxmx e., ,e3 rsesbileus udns, !ew Tok, wth whom we awe asaroesd to n all eaw mail o*rdes promptly, po.. arln, of p .......... i ose a..... ......t...a.............. trorier.smean. By Gustave Alma.de. Lw O Md k. By WLlki Collins. then Fete Bay MrL Alerx r ltlr Not tuplty. BY Amlanda. ouglas. t Hlelr. Mrs. May Agnes Fle Drna v Gre...

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. — 28 November 1893

THE DAILY JOURNAL NILM CIrr.. MONTrAA. i_ tors and lvery lvestarg Iaeept sladayl. n ths Terms of Subseriptio. odd 3 MAnIL, Is ADYANCS, )MOTAOB PAID. ler Rditon, one year ..... .......Ste1Al ver 3 d&tlon, six months ............. 6.... A iklition, one month..... .. . IAU) . TO ('ITT stVatcRIBERS. maItrier, every evening, at 25 rents per week.1 WUEsLI KDITItN. I. SLOLW PAPER. ýtm tnthh e ... ........ ................. " ... .... 2.0 ...t......... . . . Tuesday. November "~'. 183. - .A DIEWMCRIIATI(C *:E.o % . As regards shee' denillealld shipments. the season is virtually at an end, and sheep men are now preparing to enter the winter with the number they have on hand. On the whole the present sea son has been the most disastrous in the history of Montana sheep rairing. E.merging from last winter with their flocks weakened and terribly reduced in numbers, the wool growers experienced a second disaster in a miserably small lambing. The wool clip, too, was light. as a result of the l...

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. — 28 November 1893

o * o " * * 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 $4.oo, 44.5o, S5.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 alt new shoes bought this year. This is by far the greatest bar pain we ever offered. THE DAILX JOURNAL MILES CITY. MONTANA. JOURNAL WEATHER REPORT. et Win Weather. UttpzO$1....... 78Calm .od S&Ea,.... ,t . W. artlody,...

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. — 28 November 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-L-atest U. S. Gov't Report. ow AMOW!W m_ LONDON BY GASLIGHT SATURDAY NIGHT STREET SCENES IN THE CITY OF THE DOCKERS. BA reak In the Fearful Drearseuss TTha Marks the LWe of the Toiling Tlhousand of the East aide of the (Great Metropmlls. Musi. .nags and Dances. The memory of a Saturday night in the City of the Dockers is like the recol lection of' a troubled dream, for on this last night of the week the great, hot trets are filled with the pentp life of 800,000 houses (one cannot call them homes!. and all the varied phasseof this hand to hand struggle for existence ap Iper. The docker is prodigal of his few ehillings on Satnrday night, the maxi mum of his liberality being shown most often in the public house and on the catch penny street conjurer, while the minimum is aplparent at the stallh of the grocer and hiutcher. But men, wom en and children are out on the streets, and. whatever else it be. Saturday night is sm.tnethini ""f a break in the fea...

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. — 29 November 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 69. MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29. 2893. PRICE FIVE CENTS PREMIUMS, Ses hebs b t Away TO READERS OP THIS PAPER. dh r ! d o*.t p n e pof o e IaS b.e~ yes.M. S ouR onRA? noow OFFERS. coupo No..s. agl ' two, ot hese saseas p essased aS the amee .f this won eamas Oh. holder tp ***e 0w0e Met g.ve belew. iah ] M ek won at ais paper eover. 1th Oss **pges., as BUY3 3? MAtL ele... 1 w.M o9 s seIpNgt coat.,s. yoar aas~ram*as d Ou a the samd of p or a"& to" and stat&e o the boa* tindmeanlr ettth Pub. > .... T1!1 AM33zttlMV mrif~ltx so., "5 it mado#xilt 3e4dha*. New TIr , with whom we have arrasged to an all seartafi srdes premptly. peo ored's Benee FalorEnte W .he chw Maskt. By Wilkit Collins. 1e Herish ttrI. B The a , J." r erigthe Fetters. By Mrs. Alexander. nel's Heir. By Mrs. May Agnes Fleming. oNto (,lly By Aada Dogl. Tel Great Diamonds. By Mrs. Jans S S fHendse F lal By Ettlo W. TsCuban Heiores. By Mary Kyle Dallas. 'loth ...

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. — 29 November 1893

THE DAILY JOURNAI mLa CITY. aMONTANA. vw.ry Evemags Uaespe leads,. Ters. of Bahserpipots. 31 MAIL. t# ADVANCS, POSTAGE PAID. SEdition, one year ....... $o0A Edition, six mon ths.......... 645 Edition, one mo nth.......... 1.0 To cJTT sUseatuaass. O serrier, every evening, at 25 cents per week WUEsLI EDITION, TELLOW PAPER. Rear .............................. u L Months ........... ............... 1O Wednesday. November 29, 1893. REASONS WHY. In obedience to the behests of our -great and good friend" at Washington. Rad for reasons hereinafter set forth, the JoURNAL will tomorrow suspend publi. cation - for one day--and give thanks to whoever will receive them at par: 91rst --That we are alive. Second-That there is not a bounty of fered in the Wilson bill to encour age the importation of foreign wool. Third- That the cause of the colored race is looking up-in Hawaii. Fourth-That the muskrat, the goose bone and other meteorological fore casters have repeatedly been proven to be liars. ....

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. — 29 November 1893

o o * WAie Aimn 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; tbcre are two of them in purchas ing power, and you throw away a dollar when you djn'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 ef clean sweeps. If you are after be 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 Me North Star Boot and Shoe Co. of Minneapolis, worth $4.00, $4.50, SS.oo and $6.oo at $3.00 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 pain we ever offered. THE DAIL JOURNAL MILES CITY. MONTANA. JOURNAL WEATHER REPORT. ete Temp. Wind Weather. Ubt 8p 2999..e.. 17 N.... 6 Light anew. Uth...

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. — 29 November 1893

k ighus.t of all in Leavening 1oc. ~ xt p ~ + y Ptd'rsýý U 1NCL SAM'S MAILBAGS. Whem Werm Oa., aies Jest sege to Be eausy .1 rervie. To see the government economically administered, go where they mend mail bags. When a mailbag is worn out, it is considered as jnst At for service. A new mailbag is stiff. unyielding. When it has knocked about the world, had the starch taken out of it and its weak places discovered, it grows pliable, given when it can't force its way and is now prepared to do businees astcceefpjly. Like a human being, the mailbag ha; lead its ezperience. The most active mailbags now in the servicehave scarce ly a hand's breadth of theodginal fabric The ordinsa' jute mailbag Is mended by women. This is one of the now few branches of the public service outside of the civil service rules. The women who mend mailbags are appointed by con gressmen or public officers in the oh way. A more democratic gathering can not be found in Washington. It is dirty if not difficult work....

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. — 1 December 1893

'IRHE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 70. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER z, I893. PRICE FIVE CENTS PREMIUMS s Aes s Amst Ghi Away TO READERS OP THIS PAPER. Ihe Bast Bees, by the Meet rtPopur Authors at ems-third of their Values. OUR OREAT BOOK OFFERS. BOOK COUPON No. i. MIOmB CmUWS Tw or tbeos eoprns pasteld aI lb. ea0 eof this per will emetlhe lb bolder to ee beeok berm e Met gives below. masb beek Is well boas I. paper ever, asd rnmie frern sue to see paoes. Seg im pie Sea ..se. w eOImLiD mT MAUt ere.u, wiB eeepeas and asght Ceots. oyer mrias esn .1 maII po tl.eamme of Mtis papes mi town a d state La the bhas biewr ad maildirset to .the Pb Utheme, t3 AMIEICAN PIMEIUM 00., el Vanderb.lt BDildlag, New Terk, with whom we have arranged to all aln our mal relrs promptly. pee Me. of aper.............................. w..................te................. le hontierm m n. By ustve Al rd. ta World'I Mre. B y Florence Warden. T Yellow Msk. By Wlkile Collins. : ATal ofaCaravan....

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. — 1 December 1893

THE DAILY JUUIINAI MLmss CITr, MONTANA. Every Evena. Eaxcept samday. Terms of Subsrription. t MAIL, IN ADVANCE, POSTAGS PAID. EIdition, one year ............. ........10.0 E]dition, si months.......... ....5.0 Edition, .me mo nth ........... ... 1.0 TO CITY SU.'CRIBERS. Searrier, every evening, at 2. centt per week WEEKLI EDITION, YELLOW PAPER. Year ......... o ths ......... .. . . .. . .. ....... Friday. lDecember 1. 189.3. TiltE I.\SK ( 'AE-. Th.e protseetliugs of the United" State' granitl jury iin the Sttock I;rowers Na tio nal bank cttses. as given ill this isstut will not. we believe. vb received witl gratification or satisfaction by anyone it this cotnuiunity. for while there art many who have suffered by the cofesset mismanagement of tre Stock trower bank and rightfully have a feeling of in dignation that such things arc iaissibi under the law. and perhaps a desire tha punishment should be meted out to thb guilty, still when it is learned that th, dread machinery of the law ...

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. — 1 December 1893

..:A o * We .AA.xim 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 eor stock of Ladies Shoes with a rash, 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, fiade by the North Star Boot and Shoe Co. of Minneapolis, worth $4.00, $4.50, .5.oo and $6.oo at $3.00 per pair. These Shoes are in all sizes, from 2a 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 JOURNAL MILEn CITY, MONTANA. JOUHNAL WEATHER REPORT. H aron et(- Temp. Wind Weather. tat I a3t IS... W ...W. InLichts...

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. — 1 December 1893

Highest of all in Leavening tower.- ia:c-. . S. Gov Rcn-ort. ABS0TyELY PURE UNCLE SAM'S MAILBAGS. When Woem Out, Tlbe Just sbegi to an eanly of Service. To see the government economically administered, go where they mend mail bags. When a mailbag is worn out, it is considered as just fit for service. A new mailbag is stiff, unyielding. When it has knocked about the world, had the starch taken out of it and its weak places discovered, it grows pliable, gives when it can't force its way and is now prepared to do business successfully. Like a human being, the mailbag has had its experience. The most active mailbags now in the service have scarce ly a hand's breadth of the original fabric. The ordinary jute mailbag is mended by women. This is one of the now few branches of the public service outside of the civil service rules. The women who mend mailbags are appointed by con gressmen or public officers in the old way. A more dem ocratic gathering can not be found in Washington. It is di...

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. — 2 December 1893

THE Y ELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 7?. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 893. PRICE FIVE CENTS PREMIUMS Chae s Abest Gie Away TO READERS OF THIS PAPER. The Bat Seeks, by the Most Pptulr A.Utors, at em-tlMrd of theikr Vae. OUR ORBAT BOOK OFFERS. BOOK COUPON No. n. .in Mesv C mT and TWo or these eapae pr"'eeat a t ..e.. · this per wll eattle the hbolder to one be" a.ss the UBet te bet'w. .seh beek se well bemd is paper aever, and seastes beer 1s he s.e pe*s. sseg IE> OnDeIsD as e AL ses -" em asm a my u ms. -wtB aapees ead Sight Cents. year e sm eadd*rees rea pat the uame of t-" paper mad tewas s tate is the bleIa belew and msU dlldret tothe Pub. ehere. TNU AMSSICAX PMl tWIM o0., i1l Vamderbllt .aldiag. New TWeek, with whm we have arrasged to a1 ae ear melr order premptly, pei . wn eam.e o Paper......................... ews ....................State.......... The Frontierman. By Gustave Almard. t the World's Mercy. BH Florence Warden. yellow Mark. By Wilkie Collins....

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. — 2 December 1893

THE DAILY JOURNAL Lssas csrm, msOTAxA. vlery Eveasn Except 8aMday. Terms of Sab8 riptios. BT MAIL, IN ADVANCE, eOSTAGO PAID. six months .......... 6....... 645 t , one month.................. l.0 To CIrT sluSCaBlsEs. Searier, every evening, at 2 cents per week. WEEKLT EDITION. YELLOW PAPER. M onths ........ .......................... 2.00 Y t Months .... .... .................. 1.00 Saturday. December 2. 1893. TRAV EI.ERN TSLE$. The man from the states" who comes out to Montuna. on a visit. feels it a boundlen duty to bring back a few hard stories, not with the intention of mali ciously misrepresenfing the community he has been in, but more probably to bear w itness to the fact that he has been in a uead tough place and lives to tell of it. These remarks are induced by a racy item found in the St. Paul Dispatch which we reproduce below. Our read ers who are familiar with the details of both incidents referred to will note how skillfully they have been dressed up to convey the impreo...

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. — 2 December 1893

0 0 'o 0 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 $4.oo, $4.50, Ss.oo and $6.oo at $3.00 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 giain we ever offered. THE DAIL .JOURNAL MILES CITY, MONTANA. JOURNAL WEATHER REPORT. = iarem ete Temp. LWind Weather. 2It 4 L,.' I. 2, lsudra DAILY LOCAL MBAsN....

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. — 2 December 1893

Highest of all in Leavening i'ovr.-.. -. : it :.ort. .". d " e" l Tr. K'~G OF BEASTS. me Is Me'rlyv ltsi Cat. After All, U sl a "toward at Hert. If we quit heraldry for fact and go by the testimony of travelers and hunters, it is very doubtful whether the lion de serves his magnificent reputation. It is hia appearance. no doubt, which has gained for him the appellation of "king of beastes," with all the regal honor per taining to it. Certainly he looks "every inch a king." Nothing can be finer. The fancy itself could conceive nothingmore fittingly representative of majesty than the full grown male lion, gazing with great yellow eyes, which seem to know no fear, and the ample honors of hi shaggy mane wrapped round his massive front and forearms. He looks like the embodiment by nature of lordliness and magnanimity. and he has been adopted as such in all literature and poetry from Homer and E£sciylus down to the "'lion comique" of our tmusic halls. Yet he is only a cat-a great cat-afte...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
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