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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 26 May 1893

_THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 216. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1893j PRICE FIVE CENT$ POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS ('LONE. stern, genreral arid loc al........ i 1to . in. ~5tern, for points Part of Jainie'fin...'. lii+ p. iii. Western , general adllocal ....... tiltmp. ni. Western, for Helena aiwls ....... 4% 0)p. sin. Spearllsh, Moodays, W ednesdays and Fr r s ......s ... ...... ...x706 p. ni. Tooage fiver, Mondlays, Wednealays and Friilays .. ... w.. .. ... t. l p. m. SladIe. Saturday. .............100)1 p. In. 06 c opens ............ ... 1i4)1a. in. R lsea .d o s es........... %i (/ l. in. wonke) order closes . 4.......... ,dlt p. in. ~try closes to I...........i in p.1 In.il ye-Offce open from 12 to I I. m. ('MAs. W. SEaDE, P. M. Northern Pacific Time Table. LEAVE MILEa CITY GOING WEST. No 1. Pacific Mail... . ..2 .. mn. No it5 Exprnew Freight ..........1:110 ai. in. No bi Pay Freijilit...............' 1 a. in. LEAVE MILEi CITY GOING EMT. No 4 Atlantic Mail....

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. — 26 May 1893

THE DAILY JOURNAL. MILES:CITYT.MONTANA. Every Evening Except %undtay. Terms of Sttbscriptioo. BY MAIL. IN ADVANCE, I'tTT%.E P 11D. day Edition,nu, 7 r.. .. -1 r ly Elition. six monthi yEdition. on.' mouth.. 1. TO CITY i'BKCHIJUEC SD carrier. evry eveniu at c ctt p-. w. k WEEKLY EDITION. IEi.LOtW 'ILtR. SYour.. . . . .. .. .. reiunlonr....... ... ".e Friday. May 2'. 1593. A WONLERF[L FORCE AN UNKNOWN POWER THAT MAY REVOLUTION;ZE OUR IDEAS. Odylic Force-It, relation to Mesmerism, Magnetism and Uypnotism-An Intima Stian of Wbas This Force May Mean In Surgical Operations. In the history of civilization frequent allusion is made to an occult and weird force, seemingly possessed by a few people of unusual temperamental devel opment, called odylic force. This force was first systematically studied and taught as well as exhibited by Dr. Mes mer, a Snabian, in 1778. At a later date Baird of England took up the subject, and after long and patient study made a still further advance in its appl...

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. — 26 May 1893

A Chat About Dress Goods. Here are those beautiful and dressy fabrics which are conquer ing the town-stuffs in silk and wool serges in many colors; chall ies-dreams of loveliness--silk crepe, just laid on our counter, at 5oc.; cheaper than cotton and twice as pretty. Black Waterproof Silk, so largely used for traveling pur poses. The real article, imported by E. T. Mason. of New York; price 75C per yard. Ladies rendy made wrapjpera, new Mtock, $1.0 up to 4.i. . -ch Jackets and Capes dance to the tune of low prices for a few days. No last season styles here, and none to be carried over to next year. Small losses now are better than greater ones later, so the sale on Jackets commencing to-day will be especially interesting. 1 fe, K f11- all w lu, ZuUvS Suit- In IniJU2 MrO). IlZ I i' i tst The story is too long to tell; conic and ask for what you want and judge for yourself. I came near forgetting to men tion the New lhome sewinIg Ma chine. We have it. THE DAILY JOURNAL MILES CITY, MON...

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. — 26 May 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. .,= Powder ABSOWAELY PURE 'L.OVE'S SERVICE. ole' called to a young man winnir'-ly "'emet join the ranks of my coim....y And take the field in my service." 1st the young man saidi "There :r" things Than blushesandkissesand flowers ant a .. Of far more worth than your ocr... "There's business and sport and pleasure aui. art: Tour war is mere folly, your weapon a dort. I've no time to spare for your service.' Love turned tightly away when he heard It" rebuff. Of yount volunteers there were more tc I:. enough To fill up the ranks of his service. But time, passing by. nade clear to the man That they are the wisest who join whet t..a The worshipful ranks of Love's service So he offered to Love his jewels and coin. Forgetting his aec. he thought he would joit. The throe ac ho presoed t~ Love's service. But Love answired lightly: "The day has gone by. A sere auttuon leaf is too oli and ton dry For a garland worn in my nrywv.'". "...

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. — 27 May 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 217. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS 'LOSE. atern, Igý,neral and local ............. 0) p. .im. tern, for pointse ast of Jameaton... "I) p. h. stern. general and local ............ o, p. nm a oorH el a only ........ l ...... p. m . Seatfsih, Mndays, Weoinesdays and -Fridaya .......M.......................... h Al p. m. Tongmue River, tndays, Wednesdlay - ri i daLy- ...........................ft A0 p. m. ie, Saturdays ........................ p. . ,. opens ............................ ma.n . du s ...............................7 42 pm. order closes ............... ... .....4 p. Sundays-Office open from 12 to I p. m. ('HAS. W. SEYDE, P. M. Nerthern Pacific Time Table. LEAVE MILES CITY GOIN0 H EaT. No 1. Pacific Mail ................. ...9r p. m. No i Express Freigrht ................:ltl a. In. No 55 Pay Freight.................... ... . a:10. m. LEAVE MILES CITY GOING EAST. No 4 Atlanti...

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 May 1893

THE DAILY .JOURNAL. ]IILEt CITY.,TONT 4 l. Every Evening Except Sunday.112~ Ternus ofJ Saubxeription. BY M1AL. IN\ AM t%(`E. POhT.A(E P% ID. D {1 E itionl . (ii L).°:\ 1 ... .. .. . - n;"(l wl-Edition. .ix nui t! DuyEliitiunt. ui nl monthl 3$ 7carrier. e-ery evenin.,. at _', C -tit p: r it-k. WEEKLI EDITION. iELLtii P tPEa. Tear.. . . r.. .. c. Tree M etic- . .. 1.' Satturday. Mai 27. lit A. english raiunmaker low Olperating in India has an apparatus cnsisting ,f a rocket capable of rising to the height of a mile. containing a reservoir of ether In its descent it opeuns a paractutc, which causes it :to come down slowly. The ether is thrown out in a tine spray and its absorption of heat is said to low er the temperature about it sufficiently to condense the vapor and produce a limited shower. THE WVorld's Fair national comnission according to the somewhat peculiar de cision of its president, supported the rule of the Chicago directors for a Sun day exposition. The Sunday closing side...

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 May 1893

A Chat About Dress Goods. Here are those beautiful and dressy fabrics which are conquer ing the town-stuffs in silk and wool serges in many colors; chall ies-dreams of loveliness--silk crepe, just laid on our counter, at 5oc.; cheaper than cotton and twice as pretty. Black Waterproof Silk, so largely used for traveling pur poses. The real article, imported by E. T. Mason. of New York; price 75c per yard. Ladies ready made wrappers. new stock, $1.0l up to $1.00 eachl Jackets and Capes dance to the tune of low prices for a few days. No last season styles here, and none to be carried over to next year. Small losses now are better than greater ones later, so the sale on Jackets commencing to-day will be especially interesting. ,, A ten I..c 11al w-o.l Zu.av. i Suit- int mix.ed gre.. ize. 4 to year,, at ;t. .--.l_.l e-a i n each quit. The story is too long to tell; conie and ask for what you want and judge for yourself. I came near forgetting to men tion the New Hlome Sewing Ma chine. We...

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 May 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power,-Latest U. S. Gov't Report 41 ca Powder AMSOLUFLY PURE JERE STEE. .J 1 l t. Lt"I Oi BILL NYE RELATES BURBANK'S EX PERIENCE WITH ONE. Asd H. Then bfay It Really Happened to fMaelf, For He Is Mr. Burbak'lt Frlend. Meandabout In WasLington-Why Colo nel Viseher Was Induced to Leave Town. LCopyright. 1513. by Edgar W. Kye.l The steam radiator at a hotel furnishes more car.e for serious thought, espe cially in the still watches of the night. than any other problem I know of. Most of them have water on the brain. RE BEC. Et ' .RIT'TED. When you go in a . i.n and stn 11 t hot, damp Cgr et, v u know at once t.,.: the radiator is il t seaworthy. T;. other night fir. PE.rbank'i radi:tor I. van about midnig.r: io get restless anl palpitate. At fir * it just gave two or three kicks at ite If and moaned. Mr. Burbank turned ver in his Ibd and sa.i: "Ah, the radiator is repairing itself." Then he went t : vp. Soon after het woke with a start anHl heard the radiator...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 29 May 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. az8. MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, MAY 2a, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS C(LOSE. eant earn, anlral nd l ...........c . I) p. n: astern, for iairltts rult if .lamesnton ...'. .5) p. n W aternl , g iralI and h.cAl.... ......... : .4t p. II Weatern. for Helena ly ... i) p. mI Spearllsh, Mlondays, WeilnesMday. and Fridays.... ............... . ..... 00p. Tonge River, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays .. ........................x MM1 p. i S tdie, Saturdays . .......1 4......... ...... l 4 p.i Ofice o pens ..................... .... i a. m c ote ........................... . 7 p. i Money orlr cloe s .. .. ............... . itn _rketryyos- t .......t . .. ..... . .... 7:U/, i. nm Sunda-uicn ,m 1 to p. nm. ('ciAa0 . . lEDEI P. M. Norther, Pacific Time Table. LEAVE MILE' CITY 0O1 WEST. No I. Pacific Mail ........................ :02 p. i No 5. Express Freight ..............t.. 1:1....:l a. i No 5. Pay Friht ......................:lo ...

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 May 1893

THE DAILY JOURNAL.' MII.EsECITV, MONT ANA. Every Evc'ing Exrept 4Sundayv. Terms of Subaeription. BT MAIL, IN %DV \NCE. POrýT tr PAID. Edition, ,1 my,,t h ........ ... . t I1' ' Ti) ttTut t'B(5IBE.t,. W crrier. every ..-znin t. at ;.r C.-t, .-vr w:"k.. WEEKL1 EDITItN. 1Li.tw' Pt PElt. Motley. May _'a. i* -'ti. .ºItO INO THE rtEPil crT. Hlion. A. J. Da i.dston. llnelleler of the Iate lamented atgregation of b.ndlers (with a few honorable exc-eptionsei nd Montana member of the demn.ratic na tional committee. is en route home. corn pletely restored in health, as the Inter Mountain is delighted to learn. but ex ceedingly indignant at the way he has been treated by the stuffed prophet in Washington. Mr. Davidson was not. on account of illness. able to visit Washing ton. but the men that he sent there to represent hint were snubbed and ignored and insulted in a hundred different ways. In the language of the street the prophet "made monkeys" of them. though. as to some of them. no material ...

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 May 1893

A Chat About Dress Goods. Here are those beautiful and dressy fabrics which are conquer ing the town--stuffs in silk and wool serges in many colors; chall ies-dreams of loveliness-- silk crepe, just laid on our counter, at 5oc.; cheaper than cotton and twice as pretty. Black Waterproof Silk, so largely used for traveling pur poses. The real article, imported by E. T. Mason. of New York; price 75c per yard. Ladies ready mad, wrappera. new stock, $fl.x) ulp to $.00 ealch Jackets and Capes dance to the tune of low prices for a few days. No last season styles here, and none to be carried over to next year. Small losses n,,w are better than greater ones later, so the sat on Jackets commencing to-day will be especially interesting. St,. H,- all w ,,, Z , Suit, in mixe,, The story is too. long to tell; coflle nd ask for wvhat you want and judge for yourself. I came near forgetting to men tion the New Ilome Sewing Ma chine. We have it. P~khze ved THE DAILY JOURNAL MILES CITY, MONTANA. JOURN...

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 May 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Ži Powder ABSO rEi y PURE FtI fWERS WITHOUT FRUIT. ,ne thou thy words: the thoughts control o'er thee swell and throng. They will condense within thy soul SAnd change to purpose strong. But he who lets his feellings run In s"- luxurious flow Shrinks when hard service must be donne And faints at every woe. Faith's meanest deed more favor bear. Where hearts and wills are weigheI Than brightest transport's choicest prat."r Which bloom their hour and fade. -John Henry Newmantt A Discussion Over White Cats. "Yes." said the man by the window who overheard our conversation, "it's true every time, gentlemen, that whit, eats are deaf." "Prove it." said one of the party who had been disputing the theory. "I can prove it as easy as rolling off a log. My old aunt down in the state of Maine raised a white cat, and she's alive and kicking vet, fur's 1 know-the cat. not my a:unt-and she told me-my atmt, not the cat-that the animal was s...

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. — 31 May 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 219. MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS ('LOSE. tern, general andl h al .............. . 0 1t p. n tent., (or p~iintp falt ofi Jamunntitn...i 901 p. ai tF rn, ~ nrral ani hocal ... ..........n (dl pt. it Wistern, fnor Helena only ................ k 901 p. I Spearidih, .Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays ................................ 910 p . Tongue River, Mowany, Wednendays . die, )4 aturdaye ................... ...1 . pn . n O ",fl tc l ............................ M) a. i O e clo s ............................. ) p . n Sorder closes .. ........... ........ . . try close. ...................... .. . I Ip. das-Oflice open from 12 to I p. sk. ('HIA. W.. .E.DE, P. M.Y Northern Pacific Time Table. LEAVKE MILEn I'iTl I.t11iO WEST. No 1. Pacific Mail. . ... . ti p. it No l,:t Exp se Fi gahst . ....... 1:1, a. II No Sa Pay Freight .. .. . . :1. in LEAVE MILI( (IT(i i.OIt.% FLci. No 4 Atlantic 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. — 31 May 1893

THE DAILY JOURNAL. MILE CITYtMONTAsN.%. Every Evening Exceplt uttndl.y. Terms of Siuhsciiptio,. By MIll.t. INP. t11 ":rI 4 ! oIarrier, -. ry v'r ,fjii h :i . It .r i .t t wet - . WFEI LY EDITIi,%. 1t;l.L.'." Pi ' r\ il. Y,,ar ..... .. . . a.Ime U,,tlr ... . ... W\ilntasday. May :11. :14.3. THa :Tt:le .\. business in C'hican, is sai.d to be very bad. and with the 'exc,,eption of David lHendera,n' s C(hicao Opera House nlone are Imaking tionley. Aswith all other towns in wthich \Wortl'd l"airsi are held. theatres are sure to stfter. and besides be it said for the blenetit of the Ssuperstitious. this is the thirteenth of Its kind which opened in Chicago last Monday. During the tirst fair in Lon "don in 18351 the theatres made money and so did the fair in Munich. 1"54. in Paris. 1953. in London. I8r;2. in Paris. 18i7. in Vienna. 1$7:". Philadelphia. 187ti. Melbourne. 1480. Paris again in 188t,. and in Jamaica and other out of the way places all the theatrical managers "'went broke." and...

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. — 31 May 1893

A Chat About Dress Goods. Here are those beautiful and dlressy fabrics which are conquer ing the town--stuffs in silk and wool serges in many colors; chall ies-(dreams of lovelincss-- silk crepe, just laid on our counter, at o5c.; cheaper than cotton and twice as pretty. Black Waterproof Silk, so largely used for traveling pur poses. The real article, imported by E. T. Mason. of New York: price 75c per yard. Ladiwe rPady mradle wrallper. new i-toek. $1.4I up to S.LeJ each Jackets and Capes dance to the tune of low prices for a few days. No last season styles here, and none to be carried over to next year. nmal!l Ihissses n,\o are better than greater iones later, so the sale on Jacket, c tnin, nCing. to-day Sill be especia lv intertin.. I-0 -lilt. The story i- tot, long to 'cll: come and ask for whallt (you \%;ant and judge' for yourself. I canel near f,,rgetting to men tion the New I loni Sewing Ma chine. We have it. THE DAIIA' JOURNAL MILE! ('IT,. MONTANA. JOI'iRNAL WEATHBER REPORT...

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. — 31 May 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. ABSORILY PRWe A RARE PHOTOGRAPH THE REPRODUCTION OF THE OLD DE WITT CLINTON DUE TO IT. A Unateqe mt eft Iatler Whieh DE: With he Old ANmt-Maar eeling ;- New Verb State Over aaty Tears A'e A Clever Artlet Witih elssels. "The New York Central Railroad con. pany's reproduction of the first railroa,: train and locomotive ever run in New York state, a most interesting and valn able exhibit at the Chicago fair." said an old resident of Albany. "causes me t. wonder how many of the officers of that company know that if the disappearance of Morgan from Batavia 65 years ago bad not been attributed to murderous machinations of the Masonic fraternity which resulted in the great anti-Masonic excitement that spread throughout th. country and became a sensational polit ical factor, they would not have been ableto make the relproduction, nud the appearance of that curious railronad train andengine would never have been known in accurate ...

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 June 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 220. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JUNE i, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS ('LOSE. Eastern. genen, al and b~eaR ...... (It p. in. attnrn. for jto rtsi rant oft Jaietnt~t~...t 01t p. nt. etro enetral ana n loca l ....... %41% p.n. Western. (sor HlenIin only . .. ..... tOf p. In. Spearfish, Mondays, Weitdnesdayn and Fridays W ... Tuaugue River. Mi..ni.da..yit.. .......r Wi Kdneuday and Fridlays I......... t...... PK p. m. No Ct opacen ...l... . 9:42 a.r 01p. i. m t r t ieM l ............. ....... 7 :. m . OfiecOsfcilDieto. Lieut*Gv Alex h ((ki . if n. Ch ofJotic . Y Pembrton Ihn. luadaysu-Omice opret fomn 1 to I p. I. (anAs.W. SPIDE P. M. NorthJern Pacific Time Table. LEAVE MILES CITY OiwIti 11 ENT. No I. Pacific Mail . (.. . . .. . l . i9 . No R I Express Fri legt .1 ... r . M in: a. . No r Pay Fright . . . . l il., il. NoJ 4 Atlantic Mail r.. . .A:27.1. No it Express Fr, mig t.... . Bitsi a. a. No i Way Freit i . ...... r ...

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 June 1893

THE DAILY .JOURNAL. MI LEsCITY.IMO NTA NA. Every Evening Except 5untday. Terms of Subtcription. BY M II.. IN ADVANCE. PI IT vOr i'lii. t Edition. 4ix n th y E litiom.. hn mmtli by earrier. "%"r )Vt u p.a ',c :w1,r we k. WEEaLI EDITIiN., hELl. Xi ll' LYfEr. f iar .. . . . . . . . Thursday. June 1. 1'm:. Sw eet:T e.s county is not a deal is sue if one mlay judge froml thmunnounee ment just received by the JOUNAL of the conteitplate-i Ilmrnini..f the Sweet grass and Boulder hlNie at lug Tinmer on the 7th inst. E. L. Boardman who succeeded the lamented Shelby Eli Dil lard on the Red Lodge Picket. is to be the lighting editor of the Blade. and in a semi-contidential note to the newspaper men of the state. he gives it out cold that "Sweetgrass county" is a very con siderable part of the platform of the newspaper. We will leave Boardman and his Blade to the nit very tender mercies of the Livingston press. with whom he will undoubtedly have his hands full. MONTANA4 AT CHICAGO. Under the abo...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 1 June 1893

14 Big Sale on Shins! t lot fine Negligec Shirts in light and medium colors. Choice patterns selected for the best trade; bought to sell at $2.25 and $2.50. Your choice this sale 51.50. I lot marked to sell at $2.00 and $1.75, reduced down to $1.25. This is an especially desirable lot of shirts. Notice a few samples at our store front. i lot were S1.25, $I.0o, 75c; all go down to 5oc.; your choice. We are determined to make this Shirt Sale the biggest in our his tory. There i better style, moore value and comprehensive variety for your money than ever offered by any shirt ho1I.e in America. This is big tall: W\ recognize that: but thi a big sal, over 2,000 gatmerts received especially to awaken the men of Miles City from their lethargy. The man who fa ls to respond to this call u ill be too tired to rise at the last trumpet. Big Shirt Sale at THE DAILY .JOURNAI. MILEK CITY, MONTANA. JOtRXAL WEATHER REPORT. ete Temp. Wind Weather. 816 tiaiD.6..... (NW..7 "Threatning i e ;t :piig;...!...

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 June 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. IW Y PUE V Powder VMT DEAD CHILD. bleep on, dear. now. The last sleep and the beg And on thy brow And on thy quiet breast. violets l throws Thy little lite Was mnine a little whtles Neo fears were rife. To trouble thy brief smile With strese or strife. LIe still and be Forevermore a childi Not grudgingly. Whoms lire has not defied. 1 render thee! Slumber no deep I would not rashly wake. I hardly weep; Fain only for thy sake To share l hy sleep. rea! to he dead Dead here with thee today. When all is said, Ti' er: t,, i by thee to lay Mfy weary hawl That is the test: Ai. clhi. si tired of Miay. I t,,, , o.lc Mome ti,. nay And isomntrsl re rest. Eirnest ihwona in Atalanta. African Fruit Ruined by Insects. Half measures are of .u avail in dettl ing with the lirlaitic C. ceratitis-that scourge of the fruit } mriiers in South Africa. Mr. William 'l ick of Grahm. town. who expresses his opinion. is a high authority on fi :it far...

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