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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 28 October 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 42. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER , 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS PREMIUMS Chl boak Ablmst Give Away TO READERS OP THIS PAPER. The Bet seek, by the hut Peplar SAethU s, at omf-tbl4 of the. Vale. OUR OREAT BOOK OFFERS. B.OK COUPON Ne. i. ueUt Cpea smed TWO .1 teen. aIwem pomeeased 0a the ed e.st tbhi pe.r wis .tti.n te heder *to .m be bUmn thMe Mt L.es below. aekh shk ia wton bmnd he paper noe", aed IT ODA3MAD B3 MAIL eclmse., with Compea sald ight Cents., Year sme ad addes.. med put the mem of the paper amed town and state i the blnk below and meal drest to the Pub ehora, TME AMERICAN P.MIM UM CO., 511 Vsaderbilt Building. New T.rk, with whom we have arrangd to fill all ourmall orders promptly, pro pada. Name of Paper ............................ tws.....................State ... e Frnt ermsn. By (iu tare Almad. the World's Mercy. By lore.rri:r Warden. Yellow Mask. By Wilkie Cldlins. A Tale of aCa.vano. IBy ltit.Bulch.an.n. A e Irish tirn. ...

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 October 1893

THE DAILY JOURNA: aII..u. . , IM . ox A. a3ewy Eveaa .zeept asa.yi. Tarms of SBbseriptoa. , 13*.L, IE ADVARCE, POSTAGS PAID. t,. o,. s ys ..................... , sae, snod ................ ala soetbs, Soer To terr seascassa.s. Searrl, every evening, at M ents per wee waU.LT EPDITOw, .3a.1oW PARsa. r t s ........ . ....................... . A turday, October stpdo 18 a A strke or lockout of stuplndou re oertions is now affecting the street ca Haee of the twin cities, whichon accour of its peculiar aspect, isworthy of notil So far as appears from the publishe statements of the transit company an the disaffected employee, it is neither question of wages or hours, both bein satisfactory. but on the part of the con pany, one of principle, and on the part c the employes, one of morals principally though some stress is laid on the matte of personal rights. A summary of th case boiled down from the statements c both sides is about as follows: In Jun last the company became aware of project ...

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 October 1893

J. B. COWIS, I eal m3tate C:Jllecrtona Uive Stock Commisslie. Olce:-Stockgrowers Bank Block Room No. 2, Correspondence solicited Has the following property listed: A comfortable four room dwelling with summer kitchen attached, lot 35x150; price, 8450. A neat four room dwelling, stable in rear, desirable location, 50 feet front; price $1,1t10. A commodius six room dwelling, ex. cellent cbilar, artesian well on premises stable and hen house, small fruits and vegetable garden attached, a prime bar gain; price. $1,000. A neat one and one-half story dwell ing house of four rooms, southern ex posure; price $400. A fine two story dwelling house, sis rooms, southern and western exposure, with large commodius stable in rear, flft .eet front, centrally located; price An attractive Pleasant street dwelling one and one-half stories, fifty feet of ground, southern exposure; price 8000. A large two story frame dwelling house, northern and western exposure, brick stables in rear, fifty front feet,...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 28 October 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. R9iV Powder AMOIOMELY PURE THE SrlOY IN THE MOW. Thero glides through the bar's mammeth door A sweet scented hilltop of ha. An athlete, with strength bubbla o'er. Now tings it in forkfuls away. Another is stowing it beck. With white pearls of toil on his brew. And. treading the hay in his track. laoms faintly the boy in the mow. Threagh crevices often can he View. past the old barn wall of berws. A river that leads to the sea. A railway that drives to the town. "Oh, when shall my fortune make hag Inon fields of splendor, and how? swait for full many a dat I'm only a boy n a mow." A cloud like a flag from the sky Is splendidly spread and unrolled: The ann reaches down from on nigh To tringe it with silver and gold. "Oh, when will heaven's mercy my measo As bright as those colors allow? But earth has no glory or fame To waste on a boy in the mow." A cloud in the west, like pail. Creeps upward and hangs in the light; It carr...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 30 October 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL._ VOLUME XII. NO. 43. MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS PREMIUMS Chel as Ahst Sim Awak TO READERS OF THIS PAPER. The l st Seek., by the Msat Popdr AIheres, at e.e-thb dof their Vahe. OUR REBAT BOOK OPPERS. lOOK COUpoN Ne. i. SoEM 01 minid TWO of these empo" pressme" at the . .e of this paper wiu eute the hler to Ums eak bumn the MeSt gSin below. eeh beak io wEa h.ead ls paper sever, sad emmamls ber m to Iee poses.. egs. ler pree 1s8 eetse. Il OIEDlllse MAIL eaelse.. with copeos asi Eight Cents, yeur same sa addres moN put the mame .e bsl papIe and town and state si the blehk betew mnd mau dlreet to the Pub Makher. TeE AMERICAN rPlMIUM @o., e1 Vaaderbllt BRllding. New York. with whom we have arranged to 11ll al our mall orders promptly, peo. paid. Nrame of Paper........................... Tm..................State .......... Thbe rontleraman. By Gustave Almard. •t the World's Mercy. f3y Florence Warden. YelloU w MLk, kBy Wilki Col...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 30 October 1893

THE DAILY JOURNAL WILs I, Io. mTAnA. very tEvealag Eczept Sunday. Tevm. of SBbeeription. K nAIL, IN ADVANC. U. TAGS PAID. s ye.tw........................ To cr seacsae s m. earert, every evening, at 5 eents per week. waL I m D frrIO, TELLOW PArT.L Monday October 30 180............................... Monday, October 30, 1888. .ram . • .., TSIE CEICAGO AsoSASSNATION. The killing of Carter Harrison is one to those crimes that seem to emphasize the doctrine of foreordination. Com parative, if not complete strangers to each other, the hour brings the slayer and the slain together, and the event follows. No human foresight could have prevented the tragedy, and it takes its place in the long list of unavoidable events that finite wisdom can see no rea son for unless it accepts the theory that is set forth in the homely proverb, "If you are born to be hung you will never be drowned." Entrenched behind this redoubt, onecan wait fearlessly, for there is no danger until the hour arrives and th...

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. — 30 October 1893

J. B. COWIS, Leal mmstate CUoliS otlonsu Ulive Stock Commissie. Offce:-Stockgrowers Bank Block Room No. 2, Correspondence solicited Has the following property listed: A comfortable four room dwelling with summer kitchen attached, lot .li50; price, 8450. A neat four room dwellina, stable in rear, desirable location, 50 teet front; price 1,100. 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 gai; price. $1.000. A neat one and one-half story dwell ing house of four rooms, southern ex posure; price $400. A fine two story dwelling house, asi rooms, southern and western exposure, with large commodius stable in rear, fif feet front, centrally located; price An attractive Pleasant street dwelling one and one-half stories, fifty feet of ground, southern exposure; price 8000. A large two story frame dwelling house, northern and western exposure. brick stables in rear, fifty front feet, ...

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. — 30 October 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Pow, .-L :est U. S. Gov't Repott.. R' Powder ASOUff ELY PURE ODD HUMAN NATURE. SAVAGE INSTINCTS 8T"IL COAT ITS VENEER OF CIVILIZATION. i Wersed's lead Eemales Unatten se Far as Crelty Gees, EZaeep That as ad seated mneritty Has Shited the 8amus of Aet.es sad Clames. The first of modern historians, Thu sydides, remarks that his study of events in Greece will illustrate human nature "as long as the nature of mif is the same." It is tolerably clear that in his opinion human nature will always be the same, and every one who reflects at all must often ask himself, Was Thu cydides right? The great political and social changes of the world do not disprove his theory. They only show a change in men's views of their own interest-a change in organization. Again. nothing is morvy common or apparently more just than the assertion that we must judge the people of the past by the current morality and prac tice of their age. It is added that mor als and practice have :l...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 31 October 1893

STHE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 44. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3!, '893. PRICE FIVE CENTS I PREMIUMS Chehs Bosh oast GIvs Away TO READERS OP THIS PAPER. The Bat Books, by the Meet Popular Authors, at ewesthird of Sthber _Vale. OUR GREAT BOOK OFFERS. BOOK COUPON No. i. 3103? @m ens amd TWO or Lsb.. Eagmea groeseted .s the s6es of thias paper wil osatte the betder to mOe beck beam the Bat give. below. Eaob bomk An well boand to paper cover, mad oeoeame boan 1ea to pe** . m egs. box pulet. U oats. EP OSDEOED BY RAIL emelmem, with Coepeos sad Eight Cmnts. your nome and address and put the same of tioN paper mad town and state in the bleak botew mad malldirmet to the Pub Ubsher., TUE AMERICAN PRBRICM CO., elf Vanderbllt Building, Now Tork, with whom we have arranged to All all uesa mil orders promptly. pro paid. samse of Paper............................ Towso.................. 8tate..... .. ... The Frontiersman. By ttutave Almard. t h e W o r ld 's M f e r c y e d F...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 31 October 1893

THE DAILY JOURNAL m ean . m ouTr4UA. amerT sw..ame saews smeas. Term of asbsserfpd4 . s PAn., IU hDYMICs, PoesseE PAID. ae -M mnt ...... . tae Te carr enassuesa.. M55arier, ever evening, at s cents per week. wmLw EDsIne, TaLLOW PAres. Tuesday, October 31. 1961. Tan voluminous, though somewhat emeS4ided correspondence between the wttp Winer pad Governor Rlickards ap gears to have come to a dead quit. It is vamored that the governor didn't keep up his end of it as faithfully as Quinn thought he ought to, and for this reason it petered out. Also that the governor objected to a correspondence that had been extensively read before he was the recipient of it. Anyhow Quinn has stopped writing to him, and it is prob able that the relations of the two are somewhat strained. TRACING ONE'S ANCESTRY. Genealogy Appear. In te a One Sided mad i'art sal Thing. A conversation among a group of peo pie the oth.r lay, all of whom were if good New En-land families, brought out some curioms nahie-ions. O...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 31 October 1893

J. B. COLLINS, Real mutate live Stock Comuission. Office:-Stockgrowers Bank Bloor Room No. 2, Correspondence solicited Has the following property listed: A comfortable four room dwelling with summer kitchen attached, lot 36:10; price, $45. A neat four room dwelling, stable in rear, deslrable location, Wt feet front; price $1,100. A commodius six room dwelling, ex. cellent cellar, artesian well on premises stable and hen house, small fruits and vegtablegarden attached, a prime bar gan pe 1,000. A neat one and one-half story dwell Ing house of four rooms, southern ex posure; price $400. A fine two story dwelling house, six rooms, southern and western exposure, with large commodius stable in rear fft eet front, centrally located; price An attractive Pleasant street dwelling one and one-halt stories, flifty feet of ground, southern exposure; price 6900. A large two story frame dwelling house, northern and western exposure, brick stables in rear, fifty front feet, easy walking distance f...

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 October 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Pow, r.- Latest U. S. Gov't Report. AMOUA.LY PUREr ASTOUNDING MAGIC. THRILLUNG FEATS PERFORMED BY ANCIENT ORIENTAL JUGGLERS. fho Weedeolst Ceearlsag ?rieme Wee. Aesemplashed Without the V.. et Blk. .se3s ?ampiIrantan sad seem. .r asees move" 3e.L Tsas which horrified our forefathers while they were trusting and ignorant, whichstirred a later generation tomirth sad were dismissed at length as thread lere jests, become interesting again now that we can perform these miracles our solves. The best of our conjurers' tricks have been learned in the east, and in many instances they have improved on the original. But it is not certain that their modus operandi is the same. The most ingenious "profeesor" in Eu rope might despair when set to achieve that feat which is the first trial of an as pant among the Kakhuene, as Sir E. Made describes it. The neoph**te must climb a ladder of which the rung. are naked swords, edge upward, and sit upon a platform thickly studd...

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 November 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 45. MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER z, 8p3. PRICE FIVE CENTS PREMIUMS 1hlu his bAeast Ni. AMy TO READERS OF THIS PAPER. Th. bI t sl ks, by tLe Met Pohir Atlbera, at a-eblr ol dl o VoI.. OUR GREAT SOK OPPERS. - OOK COUPON No. n. mssoa em Ts aid two or tbeoe oapea pewmeated at the eaeo of this papr wil ol eatt the holder to ore haok tom the . H.s give. baoetw. sk aook i. weld beoomt a paper eovos sad oeatams borm S to et pes. Regs eav paS.e *8 sOes. IN OUDELED BY MAIL emelee, with Coope. sad ELight Colts, your name and addres and put theo sme of thio paper mad town and state in the bleak below and mail diret to the Pub UMbers, THE AMERICAN PREMIUM CO., 61$ Vanderbilt BSaldig, New Yerk. with whom we have arranged to St a. l . oa mail orders promptly. pro Nam ot Paper............................ tow ..................State ...... .... The Frontiersman. By outive Almard. St World's Mere . By Florence Warden. SYellow Mo.k. By Wa lke Collin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 1 November 1893

T!HE DAILY JOURNAL mumil C". NONTANA. 3v~c 3vealag isunpt *unday. Z au of Hub criptfor. I3 W.. 1I3 AMVASV. WOPAMG PAID. ]Jýtton issaa6ý.. ....... ...·... 6.00) n.e mot th.................. Il w TO CM 3U3308133LS 8 i,,tit, OWN eeeuldg, at U) centt per week. WWLT ummrio oLWOW PAPI. Wedneada. Noveber 1. i86. lome one at tes hoew told thelfat .n, who had a we's h' id, that hose hock riding was the amest exeise in i *ild for iredtaicd tdhe esh, so the gWtleman with the surplus tissue reted a horse for a week-a tough, wiry bhuk akin broncho-and started in. 3very morning at 9 o'clock precisely he mounted his steed in front of the ho el, but no one ever saw him come back. He was never at midday dinner, but he apmeared at the supper table, always looking worn out and dejected. "How are you making out?" askedhis adviser one night. "Oh, pretty tair. Lost "t) pounds." "That's good. Keep it up and you'll have a shale like the Apollo Belvidere." "Can't keep it up. That's the trouble. I never was ...

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 November 1893

A Nma e. a it.'ii That you never heard of a greater bargain in your life THAN THIs. You know all about the good qualities of the Foster Kid Glove. You know the price in the low est market is $1.25 for 5 hook, $1.5o for 7 hook. We put our Entire Stock of these goods on sale today at St.oo and give you a splendid assort ment of colors and sizes to choose from. The Sale al.., iaclule,. our M3uleuetaire (iloves, worth $2.0o per pair: all ralaors aiad iz.tes. The eagerness with which our special offerings have been wel corned in toe past is' a most power ful incentiue to greater efforts. Every lady in Miles City should be on hand early to secure a pair of gloves at this sale. Special agents for the West Jump ladies, fixed price, fine shoes, the best on the market. Try a pair. THE DAILY JOURNAL UILNB CITY, NONTrANA. JOURNAL WEATHER REPORT. Brm eta Temp. Wind Weather. 3th . ! 78....... 4 .....Put (iloudy isiS .97...... NW.. 5snow DAILT LOCAL MEANM. Maximum temperature, 00. Minimum temperat...

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 November 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Pow- r.--Laest L. S. .Gov't Report. bYFwder ýý Pun A AATTLE STRANGELY WON. M A.,y Vat te Plight by Or. Ma-n ar Wia the Lem or Oly oe. It was probably one of the most rse ahrsable battles that was ever fought. The advance had been well planned by he attacking force, the ides being to earprise the enemy at the dead of night. every detail had been carefully consid ered. The advance would be hidden by a wood, and the first the enemy would know of it would be when the troops swept out of the wood and carried the camp by storm. There were apparently so pickets in the wood, and there seemed to be no possibility of a failure. The colonel in command was gloating over his expected victory, when one of his oflicers called his attention to a bright light some distance to the left of the advancing column. "What is it?" asked the colonel anux lously. "I don't know," replied the officer. "It flashed up there only a minute ago." "Well. if any one suspected we were here h...

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 November 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII NO. 46. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, I893. PRICE FIVE CENTS PREMIUMS the hlos hhiust 8u Away TO READERS OP THIS PAPER. The hest Beebe, by the Meet Pelar : Amer., t M.eethiml o thabr Vade. OUR GREAT BOOK OFFERS. BOOK COUPON No. s. oIHit cah s e d TWO of thoee eupem peemsoted at the eoMe of this pper will emtte the holder te one eak tem the list give below. naok hbes Is wesll emad in paper eve., mad mseMalu Rem es to se aeges,. oe. - Lr poise SUo nea. 11 O*SDERD 3? MAIL emelnse, with Ceupons and Hight Cents, your amem and address and put the name of thise paper and town and state in the blank beow and mail direct tothe Pub iBabern THI AMIRICAN PRUgMIt' CO., 812 Vanderbllt Building. New Terk, with whom we have arranged to all ol esrmuall orders promptly, pro esame of Paper.........................., T ow............ State....... .... Te Frontiersman. By Gustave Alm"ard. t the Wold's Mery. y Florence Warden. _.eYlio Mlklt. By tVlkie coll...

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 November 1893

HE DAILY JOURNAL *1L 02tW, Wo0eN" A. Thras of Bubeeription. r NAIL, 1O ADYAes3, rosao PAIDm. a tio, ge nth.................. Los 0TO CITY SUaCalaas3. earier, ever. evening, at I ceant per week. Wia.T rDITOw, r~TLoW PArus. Thursday, November 2 1810. e ts o w Artaeghe, eame prices on autosph letters ae i follows: From ClEirl~S Ftaaci AF ras, ISS, 50 cents: long letter in German by ins Christian Andersen st Copenhien, , John Quincy Adams, 1841, $#; P. T. urm, 1867, 71 cents; Joseph Bona parte, in regard to the sale of his dia monds and on political matters, dated ct Philadelphia, 1828. S4; Ole Bull, $4.). President Cleveland, letter regardin, Mr. Cleveland, 1t90, $3; C. Corot, on Net subjects, $~: Edward Eggleston, en sending copy of a novel, 75 cents; Na thaniel Hawthorne, Concord, 186_. 712.?0: I.igh Hunt, three page letter on nt. paper without date, 4l: Jean Ingelow. 3.50, Washington Irviti . $6.50; An drew Jackson, $7.0:; Louis XIII of Panmce, signed document. $; President Nearoe, ...

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 November 1893

A AR t A MNNIT That you neverr heard of a greater bargain ili your life THAN THns. You know all about the good qualities of the Foster Kid Glove. You know the price in the low est market is $1.25 for 5 hook, $1.5o for 7 hook. We put our Entire Stock of these goods on sale today at $S.oo and give you a splendid assort ment of colors and sizes to choose from. The Sale also ineludel, our Mnwluotaire Gloves, worth 1r.o tar pair: all color" and sizes. The eagerness with which our special offerings have been wel corned in the past is a most power ful incentive to greater efforts. Every lady in Miles City should be on hand early to secure a pair of gloves at this sale. Special agents for the West Jump ladies, fixed price, fine shoes, the best on the market. Try a pair. THE DAILY JOURNAL KILNS CITY. MONTANA. JOURNAL WEATHER REPORT. ,Barom etm Temp. Wind Weather. lt8 p M.... 18W ..lear d ;Ws0.6.." zS.. .. Ys lear DAILT LOCAL MEAN.. Sauimum temperature. 25. Minimum temperature. --. Mesan 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. — 2 November 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Pow - . .at:zt U. S. Gov't Report. Srwder FALSE MODESTY A CRIME. 9k. Awtht Respseaslblity That Devolves Up.. Fatherse and Mathe.. The majority of parents and teachers asame a frightful responsibility in re training from making known to the youth of both sexes the terrible conas quences of sexual vice. Vast numbers of boys are allowed by their fathers to go out into the world subject to over powering temptations on every side without a word of warning or of in struction upon this vital subject. The mothers of girls are almost equally guilty in this respect. I say guilty deliberately, for I esteem it a crime beside which many so called crimes are innocence itself. There art in every community debased women who eek to lure boys to destruction, and we send out our innocent sons to meet them without arming them with that knowledge which is their only safety: without that salutary fear which even a slight acquaintance with tIhe terrible and farreaching effects ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
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