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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 19 August 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 287. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS _S_9IPPAP .... - POSTOFFICEREGJLATIONS. MAILS ('LOSE. a r, qeneral and local....i....... f . n. esr last mail . 1Y:4, pI tn astern, gnieral and lical. 4 M in, in. trnfait mal.....l :li. a. in. Upeaufijid, Monda35. l'oliies ly.. and Friday........ Ii. in. Tongue River. )I.niliays. Weiiiers. daysand Fridays.......... ..... .it. in. adie.. fatardays .... .. 2 p. i 5awton, Nloiilays an4IFridlays 7::1) it. in. utchlford NI ecial. Mondays and rllar .............. ............ :1U p in opesa.................. 4.1:ka. in. y~re rcls.s...... ........ 7$"p in. cy or rclses . . .. .......4~l, 7 p. in. days -Olke. open~i froin 12 toi 1p. in. ('HAi. W. 85.DE. P. M. Northern Pacific Time Table. I.EAVE MILES C'ITY tiell1ui w ES. No i. Pacific Expr.n 1 n. No.3. Pacific Mail.. . ll5 i No i. Express Freiright . . ll:27 p. m. No 5.i Way Freig..ht .* . 14 a. ni. LEAVE t1.ii.En CITY 441i3e. EAST....

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. — 19 August 1893

THE DALLY J.itOURNAI. M.ILE CITY. MO-NTAN.. ______ ____- -- Every Ev.ning Ex.'e.pt sund.y.. Terms of s.,acriptio'. BY *PIL. Ix AUI)V. TE. Po.T\(lt: I. i l. L > F. I .11. 1..1.. | . . ll( l rl .. . 0Ili- EB(lttlum. (slt*' 111t)liT i I. l To) ( ITY *MUt' ('RIBEI: t. M carrier. every .v.tiintruii. at . c -.nit . 'r w'ik. LEEKLL EDITION. ELI.LLiH P PER. Saturday. August 1:I. 1'13. THE Pioneer Press prtedicts that the democratic opposition to the President's views on the silver question will be gradually and quietly obliterated, and that if Senator Vest persists in remain ing obdurate his name will be Pants in stead of Vest. IF there is ary procedure by which the state militia encampment and its consequent expenditure of 815.(K50 of state funds can be choked off for this year. it should tbe applied summarily. Popinjay soldering at the expense of the people is barely admissable in Hfush times. but when the money is so badly needed for other and more meritorious purposes. it seems like ...

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. — 19 August 1893

THIS IS PIE for the peoli-. of Miles City and surrounding country. No more hesitation here; the goods MUST go. To tell you the truth, we need gold and must have it. You are not interested in the statement. Hut yo arec interested in pur chasing your shoes at half price. You can't o Iarefoted thii winter, so take our advice aed get your family shod at .Mclntire't while he is in a selling mood. Thie cost to you will he more later in II IER E .\R I. T ' E I'R IL' .. , Children's andM i---e one grant a- rt nient. 1., L adies sii. -T,- - iT rs ant .hoe-. S1.ou. I.adlic, site -. in .lho,, in i tdei S;.;o and S4.0o ohc-. i,ric. e S2.cr Men's .hoe. worth from s2. a; to 53.50. at 52.oo. Men ' tine Dress .ihoes. wrtl from $3 ;o to S;.Oc. !dot In to 52.;C &tu.,4f haol-d THE IAI I1, .o R1'NAl i MII.E% C4ITY, MOINTA.NA.A (artar lot pUtl. 'Inlm IPart S 'T.,d' DA A . S LIt'A.. MEA A.. _ saximum temperatfure, ia. Minimum temperature.. 7. Mlan ter.aperature, ate. Precipitation in last 24 hour. or...

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. — 19 August 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Ph.wer.-ILatest U. S. Gov't Report. Powder r n KMl,.ua.uGY INVITING OLD AGE. SOME OF THE WAYS IN WHICH WOWM EN LOSE THEIR YOUTH. mntheIs Se-lest Their OwN Noeed. e I t. ageSrteod Devoelti t ho t Cllldre,. Theso Who Clain the tIlrlltiesor Age Whee Only tI the Midday of IUa. The oldest woman I ever knew was 28. 4t marriage the graces of girlhood passed $brever from her life. Economy became the god enthroned on every altar of her Lome. Ruales and ribbons were the nasignia of levity and extravagance. Dresses robbed of a yard or two grew ungracefully short and narrow. lBooks and papers were regarded as luxnries not necessities. An hour slant in read ing left a feelingot guilt for wasted titme. Devotion to "Will and the children" came to mean self assumed slavery. Luster left th!- 'e. elasticity the frame. Throug;h a iiiistaken senlse f duty she few unkemplt. narrow soilll d. repulsive. It has been said that the true age is wh.at we lek and feel. I have known 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. — 21 August 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 288. MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, AUGUST 21, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTh BASE BALL. Miles City and Fort Custer Con tend for Supremacy in a Three Hours Game. The anuharnael flepres-ntatiates fe- 1n. r-e aom are Finally Worated- The game of base ball between Cus ter and Miles City played on the home grounds on Saturday afternoon last was not by any means a finely played game, but it had its good features neverthe. less. and those who are disposed to con demn it on account of its extreme length and many errors. must not over look the fact that there never was a game played on there grounds in which the stick tigured so largely. He-vy but ting mereases the liability to error and also lengthens the game. A fact that was impressed on manny by Saturday's game was that the practice and conti dence given our players, in standing be fore and batting so swift and tricky a pitcher as Young of the Keoghs. has made theme formidable to any lesser skill in the box...

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 August 1893

THlE DAILY JIOtRNAL. MILES CITY. W4ONT.ANA. Eve.r) Et~in I 'ue"pt MnI.kU~ay. Te,,t,. of Su1b~riptiol.. BY LAII., IN ADC%% VVE, I'UT%TO PAID~. Daily Edition. .11 montlin. .. ...... 1 r hDelly~ Editio. u n ent ... .ri.,, ... 1.4 ft earrie'r. eery "c~inizi tc at 20. c,"nt, j~r w WEEKLY EDZTi~i. YELLOiWt PAPER. .. 8 . . 1 Ninthi u1 tee M~nmtho 1. 1 Monday. Auguaat 21, 15.3. COLONEL PHILLIPS' SPECTACLES. Story of Their .see an Related by time 15ig Hairy Nan Frettm the Prairies. "The way you Chicago loetple lo 'k at things rewinds ine of my old friend. Colonel John Phillips." The speaker was a large. hairy man, with a big slouch hat and a voice evi slently better adapted to the acoustic properties of th** prairie than the smok ing room. He appeared to realize tlis as he glanced arotud and saw every man in the roitton looking toward him. some smiling, some scowling. "Tell 1a about your friend, the colo nel," suggested a real estate agent who had the hairy giant on the string for a big cash...

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. — 21 August 1893

THIS IS PIE for the people of Miles City and surrounding country. No more hesitation here: the goods MUST go. To tell you the truth, we need gold and must have it. You are not interested in the statement. But you arc interested in pur chasing your shoes at half price. You can't go barefooted this winter, so take our advice aed get your family shod at McI ntire s while he is in a selling mood. The cost to you will be more later in the season. HIERE .\RE T111'. PRlCES. Children'. and! M1ises one grand as-ortnient. Si tco. Ladies size- in Ties and Shoe-s. Si.OO.o I.adies sizes, ill Shoes includes $3.50 and 54.oo shoes. price 52.50. Meul's Shoe., Worth front 52.;o to S3.50. at 52.00. Men's tue 1)res,. shoe, Y iorth from $3 ;0 to 50.oo, down to 52.50. THE I)A[IA .10 1 R' AL MILE% CITT. MONT.S\.t. JOURNAL WEATHIER REPORT. *t.r. Temp. Wind Wentlher. Maximumn temperature. to-. Minimum temp 'rature. n2. Mean t.humeri.ture, 7i. Precipitation in last u houri. 0.00 II. R. IBOYNTON. Oberver. WEA...

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. — 21 August 1893

IIiighc~t o allU~ L~\'cfljfg Power.-Ljtcst U. S. Gov't R(-,,,ort. Powder AU~y PURE A PERFECT SUMMER. They say the sun as brightly shines as in ti years agone; They say the grass is just as green out on ti shady lawn. Aad that the birds as sweetly sWng up in It waving leaves As when we sat together, dear. among i., c iden sheaves. It may be so. The bee. are huttmngt;, And the smell of tIle clover is rare and swev But mnetory'. finger. at my heartstrint thrumming Wake t song Of Ijtoy that was too fleet. The glow ing sunshine grows palesround mte. The grass is faded, the bird song faint; I catch not the ctarm of the scenes that stt round me, For thy v~te answerr not to my heartca loon The change to not tn the sun's br;.uit sh; The stngof the birds, the hunt of the loto. For the charm of that old time was not in r" dlining in tte lap tt tunttner benath the greel I lose the igtt~ht ett.s'bite. tWe birds sweet; As I cit alone 'neaut the oli apple tree; But I woo with find lottin g.to dear...

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. — 22 August 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 289. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, AUGUST az, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS CLOSE. Eaat a .1sularW W :3 t. : n.. astern, general anl local . .. . mi. in. Wstern fast mailn .... tn. gl12arfisi. MInimaye. W..tn I.ays and F. r. t. a. in. Tongue River. Diretor day aGnd Friday . . . ;:0 a. on. bills. turstays.. . ... .. =$,p. n.. clton. ina rt and n Fridays... 7 01rt. in. Atehfoad Stpeilu Mndays and t tin. Fridy .... a.....y.... xtp in. R e e opens ... . ............... ,:15 a. a.. CU . loass .... ..... .... 7 $N) p. ni. Juoey order cnh Juies 4 t tt p. i. 17 cloatse.............. ~.. 7 in . tl-Oileeotten trim. It to 1 p. in. I sNsT . W.sYDE. P N Northern Pacific Time Table. LU.AVE NhILES CITY OtJIiNt WENT. lio 1. Pacific E Ipe .sr..... N a. in. Jo.:.. PacIfic ail i.... t. n. 0orl Express Freight. n..l:t pin. No b Way Freight ..... ......4 .m LEAVE MIl.F. (ITt8iNi EAST. No. 2 .Atlantic Exassrier .... l :. 1 p. in. jo o4Atlanti...

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

THE DAILY .IOURNAL. MILES CITY. MONTAN'A. Ever) Erning Exiept Sunsday. Terms of Sutmeription. BW MELi.. tm 4D\ 3eE. POST itI P 1 . Daily E liti.n. -ix mu th ... Dail)' E-iuti.in. tie it ati . .uIl . . At 1 T., aIT1 it But"RIBERN 5 arri.*r. .ivrr) evenims. at .. cent, r we a k. H EEKL1 EDITION. 'I LL~ow PLPtER. P Y -ar ...IM ree 3i..uiiie ... l.l" Tuesday. August ''. 1t:. \1~t1.% BWORK . Ras it the spirit of prophecy or the exercise of horse sense and gosod busi ness judgment that prompted the utter ances made by John Claflin of New York in the Foruin of November last: In this issue. just preceding the presi dential election, the publishers of the Forum had invited from various prom inent people in the country an ex pession of opinion as to presidential preference and reasons iniluencing such preference. Among those responding was John Claflin one of the solid mier chants of New York. who in a compari tively brief statement of his reasons for supporting the republican nominees. drew ...

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 August 1893

THIS IS PIE for the peopik of Miles City and surrounding country. No more hesitation here; the goods MUST go To tell you the truth, we need gold and must have it. You are not interested in the statement. But you. are interested in pur chasing your shoes at half price. You can't go barefooted this winter, so take our advice aed get your family shod at Mlclntirec\ while he is in a "elling mood. The cost to you will be more later in the seaonoi. HERE RE .\ is T111' PRIl: I.. Children'. ali: \l i,-<- onegrand assortulent. Si L.adies "I/i ,i ] .(n'1 Shoes. Si.u< ladies 'iyc(. il 'li4L Ilul 53.o0 and 54.uo "he". c Y;' ;?.:(. M.li -i Shoes. ., ort tr1n 52.a r to S3.50, at So.00. Mniis ,ine I )res'i e.s. worth from Ss ;o to S;.oo, dowi to 52.;o. THE DA I1i .JOITRNAL MILE. ('IT1. MONTANA. JOHIN.AL SWEATHER REPORT. Itarwin. et. Temp.1 Wijr t'tILY LOMAL MEA'a. Magimum temperat tire, . Minimum temperature. (I.. Mean temperature, 78. Precipitation in last :4 houre, 0.00 H. R. BOYNTON, Obse...

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. — 22 August 1893

Hi fj a1l i L Iuning Power.-Latest 1S S Gov t Report. Powder SA1UW PmOM IN THE METROPOLIS. CITIZENS OF NEW YORK MAKING PLANS FOR THE FUTURE. Iproements an sOlgantie Scale PrmJ. -. ed-leadreds of Millions of lollsr, to be wspent I. iStautifying lb. Chief lily of lb. Continent. Much has been said from time to time of the absence of public spirit, of local pride and of neighiborhood feeling in New York. Even the men who have made great fortunes here do not seem to have any regard for the city that has given them their opportunities for achieving wealth. "Men do not naler stand the causes of their success." said a speaker of the satr of trade recently in commenting upon the difficulty in arons ing public interest here in the movement for the iunprovwni eet of the Erie canal. on which so tunsch of the prosperity of the city detpsnds. The lack of pilihc spirit was steaiutlly illustrated in the half hearted way in which the business men enter.-.1 into the movi mint to secure the Worlds fai...

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. — 23 August 1893

THE YELLOWSTO~E JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 2ao MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23. 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATION S. r nI Iw .... POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS ('CLOSE. stern, general and loual ... ..... . i tern, fact ail . eater,, hen, .ral an.d .. .... " c I. 1ll WeatP'rn, fat inil n... . . . anod IPrlda . .. ... I. :"t , in Tongue Rier. hnIl+ .. ,,d.y,' e n,.i;- " da/e .tua Frioday i.. .. :0 a. In A or pens. ... I:9a in, S trl *leal. Mro. 2 tonday s aHsl J u ny .. . . .. . . . . :i p p. m Off lici mr n , ... *. " . lu.... ..... ;. i"m ('rAn. V. rStsuE. p. M. Northern Pacific Time Table. LAVIE MIEIt ITy (i(ttNt WEnT. Sno . Pacific rEzp,.... :5 a. im. No. :. Pacific Mail................. . 1 I:2a1 p. m. No ;!' Ex nr,'a Friglt ...... I... Is. m. No :. Way Fr.J.lt.. ..i.t .. :1 A. * . LEAV'E MILES ('ITt (Ot.(, EAST. No.2 Atlalltic Elxpre . ... . a.. . .. ;i. It. No 4 Atlantic MaHil........... 5:- a . No '1 Expn.r' l'lrig l .l. .. '...:..... 1:la. it . No i1 Way Frei...

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. — 23 August 1893

THE DAILY JOURNAL. MILES CITY, MONTAN A. Every Earnill E'rept %sunday. Terms of Stbseriptio,. Y M.'IL. IN A\t .Nt E. PoST iE EP lID. Ds.l ttilan. otae yea ·r. ...... . .. .. ...ýl.. *ly Eliti,,i. ni totont |, .. ll i1)" E~liti'n. ,,,. m tth. ... . .. 1.11 TO (CITY +t'ItIRIBER5. * crrier. .'very rv*nhitl.. at .. c ntt I.''r wte* k. WEEKLY EDITION. YELLO.W PAPER. S , t lh e.... . .. . . . .. .... I.*11 Wednesday. August .l. 1t'l. LEADERS AND RULERS. new some Counwmo N anw.sm and Titles Cam to I.e Appiied. There are heals of history in titles. For instance. ta.:- that of the "'prince of Wales." This t:;l' is always given to the eldest son of the ruler reigning over England, and it camte 1i this way: Wales is now part of the kingdom of Great Britain. as Ireland and Scotland re. But once for a long time Wales was a separate kingdom. At last the English conquer~n it, and then after that there were always plots and rebel lions among the Welsh people. By and by an English king went with his...

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 August 1893

J. B. COLLINS, T.eal mlatate Colle oioxn.a. Live Stock Commission. Oftfice: Stockgrowers alnk i;J ak AiRit No. 2. C(rresnlmdenee" relicited liea the following property listed: A comfortable four room dwelling with summer kitchen attached. lot :lxlO; price, W.i)0. A neat four root dwelling, stable in rear. desirable location. .A feet front; price 81,100. A commodius six room dwelling, ex cellent cellar, artesian well on premises. stable and hen house, small fruits and vegetable garden attached. a prime bar gain; price. 81,000. A neat one and one-half story dwell ing house of four rooms, southern ex posure; price 8400. A tine two story dwelling house, sil rooms. southern and weste:n exposure. with large commnodius stable in rear, ifty feet front, centrally located; price An attractive Pleasant street dwelling one and one-half stories, tifty feet of ground, southern exposure; price 8900. A large two story frame dwelling house, northern and western exlsiwure. brick stables in rear, fift...

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 August 1893

Highest of all is Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Govt Report. ISly Power AT THE OLD TRVYSTIN PLACE The dea' leaves rstle at my feet.e The mann is shining brightly:; iomething has softly dimmed my eae. Across the path one shadow les. The path two trod so lightly. It was upon a night like this Lova left as only sorrow: I held her little hand In mine That parting Is to me divine. Then there was no tomorrow. Sinci I have learned life's lesson well Hearts r a not easy broken. Tonight all joys i have forgot. There's ometl,int sacred in this spot. Where sweet goodbhy were spoken. I'd feel less lotnely with myself If I were broken hearted; Would I could live that night again. With all its sadness-sweetened pain. When love from love was parted! -Llppincott'l. What a Young Man Did. A college graduate had hardly received his diploma before he was compelled to face poverty and family disgrat.e. His father. who had ,wen reputed to Ite wealthy, was an embezzler and a fucl tive from justice. His mo...

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 August 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. z29. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 2893. FRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. 1I NTL. : P . i.t , :,,l i ,... .T .u,, .... . POSTOUFFICE REGULATION IS. MAIL. ( IA)SE. er eneral and lcal . .......... p. m. tr fast mail ..... ....... p. m. astern, 7rn ral a l local ......... A1 , . n. astern, tart mail ...... I : a. u. and Fria .s ... ....... m ::11 a. m. "T'ona Riwer. Moh.., Wel',llln - daysa Fridays........ .... :t a. n. ie~salituay .. . 4111 pi. m. wlton Mday, aInd y.... T . iehfor nl Seiaal. M ilatr. and l ay- ..... ....................... . .41 p" in,. opn nr... ... ... x.. 3.... .. t ene r an; H ti i n uary order cr ........ 1. . I n. l a stry c lt,J n r. 1, IiI. I. o Si('A. W. SEYDE. P.M. Northern Pacific Time Table. LEAVaE WtLEt ttTtiii' (. was 1. No 1. Pacific Expre. .. ... : a. m. No. . Pacific n ail .................... 11: p. in. No I Elxprea .Freig t ............. II :.l I'. m. No tt Way Frei.tr .... .. : a. lm. LEAV...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 24 August 1893

THE Da.IL1 .wtnl KIa.J. MILES CIT,. MONTArAN.. Every Evecning Ev\ept .Iund lay. Termsi f Sulb.,eriptio,,. Pail)' &litinia, -ix iiiiit Ta IN TI Y BiH ('o I ITI : P - 6 a carrier. ci-w v .ry ..II t" ;at - '. - ' - Ilt+- 1 -r i.v,- .k. -EEKL1 EDI 'TIr .. 11-.1.I. .l PAPER. Tnursdtay. .llugllst l. Itl':l;. The fact of Lee Mantle having been denied a seat in the United States S.en ate yesterday hy a vote of :L to ":. on the face of it indicates that the anti silver contingent is strong enough to control in that otely. This cannot. how ever. tw definitely asserted until it is known whether or not the vote divided on that issue. It may be that the silver men in the Senate feel sufticiently strong to do without Mantle and the others, and rejected him on a question of pre cedent or for other reasons. The vague reports tha: have been sent abroad from Washington that the Senate was strong ly In favor of retaining the Sherman bill or of having a satisfactory substitute are not verified by t...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 24 August 1893

J. B. COLLINS, Rleal ,1l mate Colleotionsa. Live Stock Commission. (tlice: ,St,'ikgrnw.ers think lb it. Ra.ma No. 2. ('l reslrci' en'e s.l.icited IInas the following proil.rty li stjd: .1 .onfortable. four rm, an dwelling witll surrnelr kitchen attached. lot ..Sxl310 price. ~140. A neat four runi dwe.lling, stable ir rear. desirable Ih:aation. At feet front price 81.1(M). A cornmnodius six ironi dwelling. ex cellent cellar. artesian well on premises stable and hen house, small fruits and vegetable garden attached. a prime bar. gain; price. 81.000. A neat one and one-half story dwell ing house of four rooms, southern ex. posure; price $4M). A tine two story dwelling house. sis rooams. southern and weste.n exposure. with large conuniodius stable in rear, tifty feet front, centrally located; price #1,200. An attractive Pleasant street dwelling one and one-half stories, fifty feet of ground, southern exp.sure; price 8iM0). A large two story frame dwelling house, northern and western exp...

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 August 1893

Highesct f all in LeCd cuing Y'o ,r. -L.tcst U. S. Gov't Report. SPowder U1wrELY e A DREAM. & dreamt that over the winter world The w;r,er winds were sighing. And Into t he orioles' empty nests The flake . of snow were lying. The vines r lotn the anirden wall With cryetal ice wero gleaming. And in Otw garlen dull and bare The sutnmmer fltwers were drenaming. Tlie snow lay ddeep daer witheredl grttLa. lThe skles were t-.ldl and gray. And .i(rDo! tw l r. ar.r Iright name on Toewt r :. I n.o.e. liio u ,n thretrttarrl Irtlgh. i h tndred birds . ere stintits:. And in tie b;rel trees pler::l.rat alrade rrrrer' nests Were art irgitg. Alonr the river, tall and green. I a a' orn ru-l.es .growing. Andtl d:rie tra :ll whiter Ia. now A e..ol t Ite rraer l,rrwing. The. tiower. htll Ihr o.tnshine hrrr-.. TIh blet. were at play. And swiftty the drn-tery night catlle trl T'I' e |nd t ]I happ, iay. -Angeli'r: W W';ty lta inllfrlrter Iaza. The I'uI.Irt.. of the Igyptian. A represttrt-ivel lpiece ...

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