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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 4 December 1893

_'IRE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 72. MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 4, 893. PRICE FIVE CENTS S ... .. PREMIUMS bhIs Ils Kst Gem Away TO READERS OF THIS PAPER. 'Te e.t Beeks, by the Meat Porlar Aatherd, at ee-third of the t r Value. OUR GREAT BOOK OFFPPERS. BosK COUON No. I. aseau ea s as TWO thwo r sepss. prmew " at the em.s .t this papar whIM waiUs the btder to one bee a em ebe. Ust give. below. 3eek beek i well bemd t t paper oeew. and maIame fnI s teS e0 pages. ases. e sem ssees. with Ceepee. ad sighs cOats. year sama ad adress smd pet the same oe thAis paper td aes sat state n the beak belw sad malldlee.t te. e Pub. Mbserse, 33 AMNBICAN PRiMIU.t O.. idt Vanderbilt wuildEag, New leek, with whm we have arranged to n st ,or mall orders preomptrl, pe -L amesr Ppee ........................ .ew.................Iat. ......... herlsra By Gustave Almard. lb Fetters. By Mrs. Alexander. or Not Ginilty By Amanda M. Douglas. 1's.. Heir. Bbi irs. ,4l. ay Agnes Fleming. ofl M....

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. — 4 December 1893

THE DAILY JOURNAL ILs CITY. MONITAA. rvayr * mwius assept sunday. Terms of Sabmeription. 3 MAIL, IM ADVANCI. POSTAOG PAID. l &dition, one year ................... $10. SEdition, six months... ........ 1.11 Edition, one month .................. TO CITY srssclIatES. It e .rieer, every evenin, at 5 cents per wee.k. W3KL BDITION, ILLOW PAP.ER. Year .................... ................ EMI Mo nt h s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . I. Months .................... . . i Monday. December 4, 18M. THE (L.MOR FOR stIGAR IMtI'NTY. During 11312 and 18r3 the government paidjout in bounties to sugar growers the sum of $17,tWI.tKlt. of which $16.tXW.. 000 went to the grower of cane. south of the Mason and Dixon line. The Wilson bill proposes to continue this bounty, on the principle of "progressive repeal." un til the year 1ItlC2. But this does rot satisfy the clamors of the sugar planters of Iouisiana, Tex as, Florida and Mississippi, in the least. They lay claim to the po...

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. — 4 December 1893

WTNe Aimz at the mark and score a bull's cyt 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 4.00oo, $4.50, S5.oo and $6.oo at $3.00 per pair. These Shoes are in all sizes, from 2Y to 6, D and E last. Not odd sizes of old stock but ail 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. Iarom. ete Temp. Wind Weather. 11d p`9.92...... iSE.. ,Coudy. DAILY L OAL ...

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

Highest of all in Leavening Power.- Latest U. S. Gov't Report. ADOL PUwder AEWflE was UNCLE 8AM'S AtAILBAGS. Wheo Worm Oat, They Just oDogI to Be ratlly 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 sccessfully. Like a human being, the mailbag has had its experience. The most active mailbags now in the service have sOaros ly a hand's breadth of theoruiglal 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 democratic gathering can not be found in Washington....

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 5 December 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 73. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS .. . .= . . , , ,= . PREMIUMS Chele loo Amnest GiS Awa TO READERS OF THIS PAPER. iThe Bet Beks, .by the Meet NPopsl Author, at sm-tLird o thei Value. OUR ORBEAT BOOK OFFERS. BOO COUPON No. N . i1NI ca3eas mad TWO of thee. StmpeIepgested at the .eae U this papr l enttle the heider to one beek bem the 31at givem helew. Eaah bemk lI web l brad in paper eaerm , mam omeatmshem 3adto see pases. Bsin lkrgpeae lks emts. IW oDmo5sD Bt MAIL mesel,. with Oapees mad Sight Cemts. year Sme se addre. s ad pat the name tf LMe paper eme tow s ad state the bleak beew med mall diraet toSeth Pb Naesre, T=B AMERICAN PREMBItM o.. 013t VTaderbilt Daidleg. New Trk, with wham we have arranged to an all er mal orders prompstly. prm -oL* am. Paper........................... ow ..............:.tate........... The Frontiersmman. By Gustave Almard. t the World's Merc By Florence Warden. Yellow Mask. By W...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 5 December 1893

THE DAILY JOURNAL mIL.s CrtY, MONTANA. Every Evening Easept Sunday. Terms of Subseription. MAIL, IX ADVANSC, POSTAGE PrAD. Ed ition, one year .................... 0.0 tion, six mouths .................. . Edition, one month n.....nt.... . 1.00 To rrr sCnu.rasCat s. Seartier, every evening. at . cents per week. WEKsLY EDITION, YE.LLOW PAigR. L s rear .............. . .. ............... $1. M onths .... ... .......... "... Y WIMonths .......... ... ........... l.e Tuesday. December 5i. 1t13. THE Manufacture's Record of Balti more Md.. publishes over two pages of letters from leading southern people us to the effect that free ore and coal would .have upon the industrial interests of that section. Most of these letters are written by the democrats. but without exception they are strongly against free wool and equally so with one exception, against free iron ore. President Kimball, of the Norfolk & Western railroad, who has taken such an active part in thedevelop ment of the coal int...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 5 December 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 whien 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. Conime 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, S5.oo and $6.oo at $3.oo per pair. These Shoes are in all sizes, from 2Y 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 MILES CITY, MONTANA. JOURNAL WEATHER REPORT. Vte Temp. Wind Weather. 5 h a':0 1:..... 45: *.. 21oudy. DAILY L.( AL MEANS. Maxim...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 5 December 1893

,iighest of all ir. Leavening Powcr.- iatest U. S. Gov't Rport. SF Powder AmcL-~ PMR ATTACKED BY A COUGAR. the Peroeless Brute Flinaly Trampled to Lk!att by a Merse. J. P. Jones, who lives near Perhama, Crook county, had a rather startling ad venture with a cougar. He was speak Ing.of his experience to some friends and said: "I mounted a horse and went on a hunting expedition to a place about 20 tuiles from Perhama, taking with me an Irish staghound and an English pointer. I brought down a deer and a brown bear, which I left at a farmhouse, and bagged a number of wild pigeons and other fowl. While returning home albut 10 o'clock at night along a lonely road about five miles from Perhama, I noticed what seemed to be two balls of fire in a tree but a yard ahead of me, anl which istaid but a foot or two from the road. At the same instant my horse. which is what is known in the 'cow counties' as an "original herder,' drew up with a startled neigh, almost throw ing nme from the saddle. I...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 6 December 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 74. MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2893. PRICE FIVE CENTS PRKSIDINTS MIESM. Io commendationa of Mr. COeve. lurad to the Fifty-third Oomgre~ tEPORTI OF THE DEPARTMENT& Tarxi the Prinoipal Topio - The bherman Law - OCvil Servio. To the Congress of the United States: The constitutional duty which requiems the president from time to time to give to the congress information of the state of the Union and recommend to their consid eration such as he shall judge necessary is Bttingly entered upon by commending to the congress a careful examination of the detailed statements and well supported ecoommendations contained in the reports of departments who are chiefly charged with executive work of the government. In an effort to abridge this communica tion as much as is consistent with its pur pose I shall supplement a brief reference to thecontents of these departmental reports by the mention of such executive business and incidents as ...

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. — 6 December 1893

THE DAILY JOURNAL M1Lae CdiT, 1OMTAA . Every 3vesni asteep Smaday. Terms of 8ubseriptlon. Bt WAIL. 1N ADVAnCEo PAOtAo PAID. dts os,one lea[ .....................$100 six months.......... 6.00 Mt one mo nth ................. 1.0o TO cirT sIa7ratnise. s eanrris, every evening, at 20 cents per week. waaSL EIDItON. YBLLOW PAPER. o th ................................... .l, M onths .................. ... ......... l.t' Wednesday, December 6. 18i8t. THE MEIRAWIE. President Cleveland's message to con gress, the gist of which is given to our readers in this issue of the .lJorut.L.. partakes largely of the nature of a re port and only briefly and at wide inter valse, does it indulge in suggestion or recommendation, though it is but just to say. that when it does do so, the sug gestion or recommendation is as purely Democratic. as if there had been no disruption of the party in the extra sea sion. and no rebuke of its principles and administration in the November elec tions. The Cleveland bac...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 6 December 1893

We . im 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'r 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, S .oo and $6.oo at $3.oo per pair. These Shoes are in all sizes, from 2y, 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 MILES CITY, MONTANA. JOURNAL WEATHER REPORT. rmte- Temp. Wind Weather. tL 8 p30 4.. ... 3NW .5Part Cloudy 6lth a:8 ,2. .2...

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. — 6 December 1893

siigh' o: .alinILavening~o~ - V 4.1 AM OII7 ELY PUE CRIME F4 A MAI) MAN. He attempts to Take the Lives of the Members of His Family. Malfeasance Ln Oee Charged Against a Colorado Prison Commisloner. E .ls. Pa.. Dec. 5.-Edward Cady while under the influence of morphine. planned to murder his entire family, and would have succeeded but fer the timely arrivxl of his wife. He borrowed a re volver and after sending his wife out of the house began his murderous work. He first killed his little daughter Ber tha while she was stuying her school lesson, then sent a ball through his son Walter's brain as he lay on a bed snt fering from morphine previously given him by his father. Cad, then tried to kill his eldest son. a lad of 10, but he ran out of the house and called his mother. 'The baby. Hazel. was the next to be slaughtered but was `saved by Mrs. C(ady's arrive . Cady glared a monent at his dist acted wife. then turned and put a bullet through his own brain? IO(iK O)F AI'i'i;I)ItIII.ATI...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 7 December 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 75. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS PREMIUMS Chn hs mtint n Awa' TO READERS OP THIS PAPER. Ths bD Set bk thbM .te Pepumr AuteSier, Mt e***tii O *_vr alum.. GREAT BOOK OFFERS. m1Oot couPet No. 1. 33e1t era s .wt TWO of these eoapem pesseted a te othe. of thiL ppa I win etite L.he bn.lte to obi book ber the lUs site behow. is belk is tesa beSed -a pwer oseov aoe setaoie f»a mt as pteVon Hemo lr PsE s eutss. Is OesbkMD 3IT NAn. sdlose, with Coupos. and ehtS Coots, year Osao ed address ad pit the name of ths pape onod town s .d tae tso to: bloak below sad mln direet to the Puhb Useers., TN AMEUICAN PUtSEI= OO., 61 Vatterbilt Baildin. New Trk, with whom we have arrsaged to an ail or mail orders promptly, pro ame of haper............................ Tow .................. tat ................ The Frontiersman. By utiave Almirde. t the World's Mory. By Flolrence rdn he Yellow Ma.k. By Wlkie Collins. BT ATale of aCor...

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. — 7 December 1893

THE DAILY JOURNAL MILES CIT, UONTAnA. very Et arvng Eaeept ausday. Terms of Subscription. SY MAIL, IN ADVANC, POSTAGE PAID. s I dtion, one .ear .....................$10400 edition, six months ................... 6. Edition, one month............ .. .·W TO CITY sCiBCRIBERS. Searrier, every evening, at : cents per week. WEEKLY EDITION, TELLOW PAPER. Year ..................... ................. Months ........... ................... .'q Thursday. December 7. 1893. COUNTY FINANCE'. Notwithstanding the financial panic of last summer, and the consequent scarcity of money this fall, the taxpayc ers of Custer county appear to be nearly as well fixed as in former years. Though the delinquent list will this year be double in amount, what it was last year. it is still a ridicuously small percertage of unpaid taxes for such a year as this. In 189'2 the total tax roll (exclusive of the Crow reservation taxes( amounted to xE$).00 in round figures and of this. but $6.000 was in the delinquent list...

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. — 7 December 1893

.o . o . o T'W'e Aim 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, $5.oo and £6.oo at $3.0oo per pair. These Shoes are in all sizes, from 2z to 6, D and E last. Not odd sizes of old stock but aN new shoes bought this year. This is by far the greatest bar gain we ever offered. THE DAILY JOURNAL MILES CITY, MONTANA. JOURNAL WEATHER REPORT. t ate Temnp.I Wind Weather. i 44 .404... . -. , 5 . iPart 4loud...

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. — 7 December 1893

±rPP .ý eni &; G t L-.... v".Report. ABSOLUTELY PURE TiL E ,; OF SNAKES. F.hy rMauy h ..:K:en and Some Grown Ps soins Disuse Thenk. There are many authenticated In stances of children becoming attached t< Imakes and making pets of them. The solution of a question of this kind i: sometimes to be found in the child mind My experience is that when young chil dren see this creature its strange ap pearance and manner of progression, st unlike those of other animals known t< them, affect them with amazement ani a sense of mystery and that they fear it just as they would fear any other strangi thing. Monkeys are doubtless affectei In much the same way, although in state of nature, where they inhabit for ests abounding with the larger constrict ors and venomous tree snakes, it is high ly probable that they also possess a tra ditional fear of the serpent form. I1 would be strange if they did not. The experiment of presenting a cages m.onkey with a serpent carefully wrap:t ei up in ...

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. — 8 December 1893

THE _ ELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 76. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS --- -- --, •----- Mma, -- -- -,,,,*,a ... nnn - PREMIUMS Chuelsooks Albst 6bia Away TO READERS OP THIS PAPER. ihue Bet Boeks, by the Most Popular Authors, at oeaethird of their Valu. OUR GREAT BOOK OFFERS. BOOK COUPON No. s. ma0T carlt and TWO t tbeee CeepeNe pureseted at the oeoe of this poaer will eatitle the holder to one booak eI. the Bat gives below. ie3s betk o a won bemuni paper cover, and eoehsa msern sfs3 to 300 pese* egp-] aer ptere $5 eate. i1 ORDa3aD 3Y MAIL enelese. with Co peaos and Eght Cents, your amase ead address and put the same of 3tk paper mnd town and stato in the blank below and maldirect to the Pab likers,e TRE AMERICAN IBMIOUM CO., 1is Vanderbilt Baulding, New Terk, with whom we have arranged to Ill all ear mail orders promptly. pee amr o Paper ............................. ow .................. tateo . The Frontiersman. By Giuatve Almard. Sthe World...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 8 December 1893

THE DAILY JOURNAL mWILN CTY. mIOTANA. ivmey vessig Esaept sanday. Terms of ,ubscription. SMKI, IX ADVANCE, POSTAOS PAD. SEdiltion, one year ......... $10.00) ition, months .................. E dition, one month ...... . ..... . 1. TO (ITT SUISCIIEILRS. t earrier, every evening, at L cents per week. TWRaLY EDITION, YELLOW PAPER. Teaa r 5.0.............................. 0 m onths .... ...... ...... ... ..... ..2. whsse Months.... .......................... 1.4" Friday, December 8. 1893. THE FACT Wn'ANTED. The first debate in the senate on the Hawaiian question is not likely to be -wmforting to the friends of the admiun istration. Senator Hoar of Massachus etts having presented a resolution re questing the president to furnish the senate with all the correspondence on the Hawaiian question-- and by "all" he distinctly makes it understood that he means not only that of the present ad ministration, hut also, that had during the two proceeding administrations--he is at once antagonized by...

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. — 8 December 1893

Mclntire shows Christmas goods now. The Vantine Stock of Japanese ware shown at McIntire's includes some rare novelties for Christmas time, and the prices are within the reach of all. Buy $2.50 worth of Christmas goods at McIntire's and be pre sented with a beautiful water color picture. Open today, the latest styles in Gents' Neck Wear, at Mc;Intire's. Some fine dress patterns, suit able for presents, just received at McIntire's. Silk and Kid Mittens, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, just opened especially for Holiday trade. Come to us for anything you i want, a a a THE DAILY JOURNAI . MILEf( CITY, MONTANA. JOURNAL WEATHER REPORT. Barom ete Temp. Wind Weather. d 8 p89._].. . :S ..5Part Cloudy It', n a1_.2... :. ,calt c"l.,oudy DAILY LrOAL MEANS. Maximum temperature. 55. Minimum temperature. :r2. Mean tempellrature, :~. Pr.ripitation in last 24 honrr, 0.00 Ii. H. BOYNTON, Observer. t"EArT'ER FOREC.AST. WVtSA SIlGTso D,,e. 7. To obeerv le, Miles City. Montana: Hmlan 1 air: utehtly cl de...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 8 December 1893

AM$OI ELY Ji)R! THIE TR OF SNAKES. wPhy Manuy tidrlrren and nmone Grown Pes i sons Di.lise Theaw. There are many authenticated in tances of children becoming attached tc ii snakes and making pets of them. The ci solution of a question of this kind is Pl sometimes to be found in the child min.l. a My experience is that when young chilt- et dren see this creature its strange ap it pearance and manner of progression, st. anlike those of other animals known tc it them. affect them with amazement and h a sense of mystery and that they fear i 01 just as they wonld fear any other strange tl thing. Monkeys are doubtless affected n in much the same way, although in a state of nature, where they inhabit for tl ests abounding with the larger constrict, y ors and venomous tree snakes. it is high r ly probable that they also possess a tra t. ditional fear of the serpent form. Ii a would be strange if they did not. a The experiment of presenting a caged c monkey with aserpent carefully wrap,e L e...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
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