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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 3 November 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOUM XII. NO. 47. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 3893. PRICE FIVE CENTS 1-kA, q-rrv-v PREMIUMS Cihe mles best i im Aw TO READERS OF THIS PAPER. The last B*.e, -ftM - m PulM Aa thors, at s-third of their Value. OUR GRBAT BOOK OFFERS. BOOK COUPON o. s. papaw e TWO so osne bok Ar m the eot i.ves below. ne.o buok is wer benad ls paper evmer, and eanies feem le to er pagesa. aos. in prime Sa oets. IV OEDI3ED Bt MAIL emelese. with Coupoa sand right Centsa your smase ad address and put the same o. thie paper and town and state is tho bleak below and mall direct to the Pub Ushers. THE AMERICAN PREMIUM 0O.. 015 Vanderbilt Bnildlng, New Terk. with whom we have arraUaed to Ilr all er mail orders promptly, pro name of Paper.......................... w ... ..........................tate The frontiersman. By Ustave Almard. At the World's Merc. By Fl resce Warden. hYellorUw Ml k. By Vie C ,.lisns. t: A Ta arvan. By elb.Buchttln. AT By "'The Duches." Ijet lfiers ....

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. — 3 November 1893

ra DAILY JOUINAL Uflma pa r, Re@TAxA. sewl esaag asuept u Sau.. Taer of Babseription. y airri, every evenings. at s cents per week. waaL 3MTD1A, TALLOW PAI Friday, November 3. 1803. o0o10, PAsT .L.CTIONS. The most important state election that has ever occurred in this country is the .me which is to take place in Ohio on November 7th. This is directly due to the fact that the contest is conducted on national issues. The great economic principle of a national tariff is to be de cided on that day, and any decisive ma isrity either way must be regarded as the verdict of the laborer and farmer for or against free trade. At present, no Democrat claims the election of the free trader, Neal. Their only hope is to keep the majority of Mc Kinley down to the 21,000 line of two years ago. Anything above that will be regarded as a proportionate demand for a protective tariff; and in view of the present depression since the accession of the Democrats to inational power the re publicans contidezt...

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. — 3 November 1893

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 $r.oo and give you a splendid assort ment of colors and sizes to choose from. The, Sale al., ineludls ounr Musquetairr. oloves. worth .? .In r pair: all color. antl nizi"e. The eagerness with which our special offerings have been wel corned in the past is a most power ful inccntivce 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 DAILX JOURNAL IILEM CITY, MONTANA. JOURNAL WEATHER REPORT. mte Temp. Wind Weather. S p f ... .... SSSW. lear 3d s .9... ... 1w W . lear DAILT LOCAL MEAXM. maximum teoperature. 3E. Minimum temperature. 17. Mean temperature, 24. Preci...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 3 November 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Pow -r.-Latcst U. S. Gov't Kenolt. AMOsLWUra PBuEiS A SNUOLE OP OLD 81[RMON. 'Is iabk b mewn, the pa srsalsd. eow lass ago the writer totted Upon m paues And as we read their old wverd lses, Their quaint allusions-they rastere The past to m we live once mere In bysgae days. We hear as it by magic charm Oars more the "Tate ad Brady" psal. Whibb pleased so vYdUy. church and rustle ock gar plEals !¢e high oak pews, the lattised pans We hear the sermon preached again From the text to "lastly." No novel views of sacient sans. daringihrligs sereembodin d The placid hearers felt no thrill, But sat in sleepy comfort still, While Jack demurely glanced at Jill And parents nodded. Indeed, none listened much, I fear. To all these periods, painting clear The saint and sinner. Until at length there came the close To stir the drowsy from repose. And priest and people both arose And went to dinner. Alt. sermons of the long ago, Yours was anoitwr age, we know; And now our...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 4 November 1893

PREMIUMS8 Shelm hoebs Alst Gim Awy TO READERS OF THIS PAPER. The ameI Seeks. id the Meat Popular Athere at dme-thrd of their Vale. OUR OR©AT BOOK OFFERS. BoOe COUPON N4. .. ma itolT sod TWO of thoee o Smp * pomotato the easc of this poaer wll asttle 0he helder to one hoehfream the 210 gives below. 3ash botk is well booed te paper eever, sad I *oeate.u bors s* to se pages. Me.a. I er peose n eoma. I AV OinDMD ST BMAIL emesleso with Coupe.s amd Bight Cents., your, -aoe aed address and put the eare of I thbl paper a.d tows end state Ie the I bleak below and mal direct to the Pub oaoer., TUB AMEMICAN PEMI3VM CO.. dit Vanderbilt Building, New lerk, with whom we have arranged to Z CII ael our mail orders promptly, pre- JR pead. waw. of Peper. ........ Tle Frontiersan. BTy Gustave Airnrd. the W d at Wer Hl ior et Wrden. BY k Wike Collins, b l ATle. or aCaravan. Byltobl.iuchanan. Lttle Irish R arl. lip "The lhice,li...."c *oglgto ttsirs. ByMrs. Alexander.t tllrFof uiolli. liy Amnunda 1. Dio...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 4 November 1893

fEE DAILY JOURNAL 3.55m 6sTT, MOlTANA. spearrier r eveniwa ses at cnts pr e. Termsa of Babsoriptiow. 5W NAIL. tr AyaNC3, Novemer PAID. one year ....10.00 e six months o..ths a... hAO ion b on e mot ..nt....o.. AlOO Tit othe uerrses of thesameki the sawise, they evenind, at A cents per week. VnaLI 5307105, TELWOW PAPs. dlhs ................................1.00 Saturday, November 4. 1993. su313 FAIR 110T3.s The statistical history of the fair has now been made up and a comparison with other guterprisea of the same kind is point of attendance is possible. With three times the attendance of the Phila. delphia Centennial and within 6010,000 of that of Paris in 1889, despite the fact that the admission price was more than twice as great, the Chicago exposition can be fairly said to have eclipsed the world's record. The "hest month" at Paris attracted 5,246.704 people; the 'best month" at Chicago, 6,816,433. At Chicago the largest number of paid ad missions on any one day was 714,881; at P...

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 November 1893

A NILIIR sAUUUIIT 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 51.25 for 5 hook, S1.5o for 7 hook. We put our Entire Stock of these goods on sale today at Sr.oo and give you a splendid assort ment of colors and sizes to choose from. The Sal, alao include, our Musqurtaire *loves, worth 52.00 per pair all colors 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 Mites 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 W MILES CITY. MONTANA. JOURNAL WEATHER REPORT. ta BaromIn et- Temp. Wind Weather. kW b .00..... S.... 1 :ear 4th 5 Y 81. . .. 35S W. 5 lear um t1 DAILY LOCAL MEANS. di maximum temperature, 4. lo Minimum tem...

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

Highest of all in Leavening ?ow C. v: U-nort. Awder BOYHOODTRADITIOM NOW SCIENCE "AS RUThLEt8LI PLAYED MOB WITH THEM. !Wss she Usessebar saab. Its Dss./ b1 sh* NMasalsass . S. Ramba.e cauga te Thraes Bele ad remmesse o Mesd Arammems. winoe plays hob with the fond tradi MUr of rural schoolboy days. Hoy maamy ugly but useful toads have been Wt in undisturbed possesslon of a gar des bed because to handle them was but to cover your hands with warts and to kill them would force your cows to let down bloody milk? What boy would have crushed a cricket, assured as he was that its mate would come at night and avenge its death by eating up that rash boy's clothes? What man lives to day who, as a rustic lad, has not held the stilted daddy-long-legs prisoner by one hairlik shank and informed the globular Inset that unless it forthwith pointed out the way In which the .ost cows had gone instant death awaited it. and when did daddy-loun' legs fail to raise one slender leg and in dicate, according...

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. — 6 November 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 49. MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6, z893. PRICE FIVE CENTS PREMIUMS ChUbs hk Ahlmt GiU Away TO READERS OP THIS PAPER. The ast Beeks, by the Meeot Pelr Abthers, at es-therd of their Vale. OUR ORBAT BOOK OPFFERS. BOOK COUPON Neo. . sINMe m.1 es smd TWO of tbsee Seepemspeesa.sed at the soe oe this paper woM etltle ae hlder to a oe bseak obeo the sea ise below. Rasb boee is wen bousd to l0 papener, and eensem [num sesa I see pages. Beas. iAm pris. ts semts. SOD1RRD BT MAIL esetolese, with Cwupeaws ad alght Cents. year enm and addmess sad pat the same of this paper ad towa sad state Ia the arn. of Pper .................. Tws..................State..... ' t d By Gustave AL inalera. ttha ertd' c y. ,B Florence Warden. low Mask. By Wilkle Collins. STel. of aCravan. By Itobi.tBuchanan. Aittle Irish (firl. By Thle Dwuheso." uily or Not (ullty. lyAmanda M. Douglas. r Noet's Heir. By Mrs. May Agnes Fleming. cirri of H endee DalL By Ettie W. R e ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 6 November 1893

'IEF DAILY JOURNAL nose u m,. MmenUd. 35 sa3., 13 AsDrWASa, nYesu rem. . ............. ..... . -. weasLI setnIOn, r, tLOw aPsa. .....................................M a a....n-.comes n e k. W Max Figaa habee g... t o sa Monday. November 8, 18 T<iA4 i INTý1. John T~er Shts bde wis n ea ho. eall i de i ~u*i wme aoer with Edwin AI..n will be .uinobt of aoostsl W. K.... companyt next sea ma tewre ae he h oe a Mn lga has been engaged to sp pet Johnston. Bennett next season in Esa Terry has been writing a vol umn of reminiscences which will soon be fanny Rio is in Geneva on her way tb SeMer deGlace. She has boughtea enry l Donnelly e n Dosnellyiand Gi mud v.; married recently in New York to Miss Kate Allen. There is a report in circulation t.at Einn Gar-icHaynes will return to the ootlights ntext season. Al sma Stewart Stanley, the once grea in a concert gar len in Paris. A faraway Johannesburg (South Af pba) critic on.oits the following over his assnmn: "No tickets, no notice." anager...

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

A MII A IIUCNIH 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.o50 for 7 hook. We put our Entire Stock of these goods on sale today at $1.oo and give you a splendid assort ment of colors and sizes to choose from. The Sale alo includes our Musquotaire Sloves, worth $2.. lr.r pair; all colorn and sizes. The eagerness with which our special offerings have been wel comed 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 MILES CITY, MONTANA. JOURNAL WEATHER REPOMT. ete Temp. Wind Weather. 5th 8 .71.... .SSE.. oer DAILY LOCAL MAMIS. Maximum temperature. 17. Minimum temperature. 37. Mean temperature. 52 Precipitation in last U h...

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 November 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Powcr.- Latest U. S. Gov't Report. R Ri Powder AMOUMILY PURE A PERFECT SUMMER. they my the sun as bright hlay ee -t Ia year s goe: They aay the grass is ust as green out on the shady lewn. And that the birds as sweetly sing up In the waving htes As when we at together dear, among the golden sheaves. L may be so. The bees are humming, And the smell ot the clover is rareand swet: eit mem'ry's Lngers at my heartstrings thrumming Wake a song of a Jot that was too Seat. The glowing sunshine grows pale around me The grams b faded, the bird song faint; I eatch na4 he charm of the scenes that sur romnd me, For thy voice answers not to my heart's ione .paint. The change Is not in the sun's bright shiniang The song of the birds, the hum of the been for the charm of that old time was not in re. clining In the lap of summer beneath the green trees. I love the bright sunshine, the birds sweetly singing. As I sit alone 'neath the old apple tree; bat I wait with fond lo...

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. — 7 November 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 50. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS PREMIUMS CElits t AIlmst Uir Awq TO READERS OF THIS PAPER. OUR OREAT BOOK OFFPPERS. BOOK COUPON No. ,. m , UImY nod r TW9 or thue t he 4 a eme t uk b d S. itbe odmeo lder to oai Skie, In.Ctte, belw. kad bok So wel ubed 1. paper eevue, and *ulra 9e to s papgs. lge. reles 25 oants. EW ODStl3 D Bl MAIL emeleso. wih Co and ight Cet.S your m address and put the name of Mle paper and town and state In the blak boe and maaidireet to the Pub. ULbers, TUX AXERICAN PRESMIL M CO., 611 Vunderblut Building. New Turk, with whom we have arranged to mI all our malt orders promptly, pro. ame or Paper ............................ aOw s................. State................ The Frontiersman. By Gutavo Al.ar1M. the World's Mercy. By Fl)rerce vWarden. tYellow Mask. By V 1kie Collins. Tale o, MCaravan. BMy ltobt.Buehai n. tlrish tlirl. By "The Dnches.." tpe Fetterls BYrs. Alexander. y or Slot ui...

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 November 1893

THE DAILY JOURNAL Iasan O"c, NOe:IAUA. STo cmrr·s snb to seamys. Teesms of ras.fpowsa. SsnAIL, IN oDvANC3. POb A0I PAID. E dition one year............ ........ao tkiim , six montl . ................. . ki. one m tponth .................. Lo fTO for vecarsUrs. srriser, every evening, at 25 cents per week. Wr aLt iDnT0or, TILilW PAi·n . ...... e .......................... SA Tuesday, November 7, 189g. TCE WEIGHT LAW. The law providing for the public own eship and administration of irrigation works has been upon the statute books on California for five years. Under itc provisions new works have been con tructed in some instances, old works purcthed in others, while in still oth s water rights have been bought from private companies. From the very first this law has been the object of interest on the part of all other states practicing irrigation. The time has now come when it ought to be possible to make up the returns and form an intelligent ver diet on the highly important question. ...

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 November 1893

A NLAR 4I A SUCNIUT 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, $t.5o for 7 hook. We put our Entire Stock of these goods on sale today at SI.oo and give you a splendid assort ment of colors and sizes to choose from. The Sale alro ilclu 1-s our MJlunqe.taire Gloves, worth $2.1o 1.r pI,ir; all color, and sizer. The eagerness with which our special offerings have been wel comed 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 MILES CITY, MONTANA. JOURNAL WEATHER REPORT. teo Temp. Wind Weather. 6th 8 #p... ... ('alm I'loudy 7th 8 AO.C .. . 364t aln 'I lar DAILY LOCAL MIANS. Maximum temperature, 6). Minimum temlperature. :. ...

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 November 1893

I t of all in Leavening o, er.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. uYrka PURi mt TIrMAN. tocom -n ad ales, b urswetr thie.sml abn thsla. hear htm i .he a dnver be RSeo the barnte awaslr Al t hes hdm ske.t Witm oe tlade with me?" I should liIe to bet veyat b.y knows him. Ever~ OUe b i ows: hlrough the plsent smmer Jo Bing sound he goes. All the world about him From his cart he sees. Tkels of purple clover. Murmuring with bees: Sadleim full of roses. Brooksides blue with Sage, Asking at each farmhousa: "Have you any rages? Tin or wooden ware. ma'am. Will you trade with r.2e?" Oh. a traveling tinma's Is the life for me! -Marian Douglas in St. Nicholas. Tke P.asing lage For Gliding. A bottle of gilding "n the hand of vgue is more dangerou than the prover blal pot of paint in tb hand of a worn a. The latter daubn every available useful article within ach in the name of freshne& But fashion smear as copiously, and this in the name of high art. We have watched with a shr:ider prim New Eng. land...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 8 November 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 51. MILES CITY, MONTANA. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENT$ PREMIUMS eClmse ioo Almest Giv Away TO READERS OP THIS PAPER. Te Rent eeks, by the Most Pop.,u BOOK COUPON No. I. Sr 3 O mawsaIT mI tWO oW Osa.* mopem pesented at te es5e of this paper will etitle the holder to oe beek beR the lie given below. 3am bOek e well bound isn rper eover, and ee teas ern am So SeO peass. begs lerpese msets. I OCRDO3D ST MAIL emeas.e, wSth Coupese sad ight Cets., year same sad address and pat the same of Ibs pepsee sad town and state in the bleak belew ad msail d.treet tothe Pab Mboe,. TB3 A£11t ICAN PMUMsL'M 00., 11 Vanderbilt Bulidlag, Mew Tork, with whom we have arranged to LU ail ear mail orders promptly, pro pelad. Iame of Paper........................... Tewn ..................tt .......... Frontiersmaf. By Gustave Alm arle. A \ike World', Mercy. Byy Florence iarden. b Yellow M.sk. By Wilkie ;.,lllna. a ATale of aCaravan. By it"bt.Buchanan. o...

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

YHE DAILY JOURNAL mmr cM . Mo"u"AA. Uwrs 3w-moe seers Sinada. Terus. of Sub rpt~on. t IMAR, I D A CU, PonB Pram. one maa ......... ...WJ5J, L be meOth.....)..... 6.00 a omcmtm:Ucxnm.a. : *iruuIS, evey evenin, at 16 ceot. per week. W3~L1 381000W, T131.O.W APais. E~u .. .............. ............. .. ........ ................................ o , .0 Wednesday, November S. 18Q8. 1T STAGE GLINTS. Sir Augustus Harris has written the libretto of a new opera which is being eamposed by E. Bach. Mlinrich Conrad declares that the plot et the original "City Directory" was tak es from a German farce entitled "Pech Sohulze." W. L. Buchanan, a well known lead lag man, has been engaged to do the "heavy" with Reno & Ford's "Squire askins" company. Cablegrams from Paris announce that Loie Fuller's reappearance, was made "under auspices of the most flattering aad enthusiastic description." "Fairy Fingers is the title of Paul Merritt's new comedy, which Annie Rose proposes to produce during her se...

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 November 1893

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 Sal(. also includis onr Musquetaire Ofbves, worth $2.apIi,, rpairi: ill r'oor, amod bizs. The eagerness with which our special offerings have been wel comed in the past is a most power ful incentive to greater efforts. Every lady in Miles City should be on hand early to securea 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 JOUIRNAL MILEN CITY. MONTANA. JOURNAL WEATHER REPORT. lBarom-. ete Temp. Wind Weather. 7th t D. ....... .O 0SE... iLear 8th 8 a30.014... ... 2718F... 7T'1ar DAILY LOCAL MEANS. Maximum temperature. 40. Itlnimum temperature, 1n. Mea...

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

Highest of all in Leavening PowL .-Latc-s: L. S. Gov't Report. Powder ALM..EY PMrE IN EDISON'8 LASORATORY. Wo One Sab.eose Osrgaoe or laergsale bet Ca beo Faund Theoe. Surely the most unique and compre bensive paraphernalia in the world have been collected in the storeroom of Edi son's laboratory at Orange. Here are specimens of every material which may possibly be needed in connection with ]Mr. Edison's experiments, and as the in ventor's ideas are generally "sparks which flash, red illumed, from the anvil of the brain," brooking no delay in the process of incarnation, and as, moreover, there are no assignable limits to the scope and direction of his erratic genius, the utmost skill and research have been employed in bringing together this ma. terial basis for his research. Mr. Edison has challc.nael the skeptical to name one substance. ir'anic or inorganic, which is not to be found in this unique collec tion. Every department of nature has yielded its trilute to the porent wizard ...

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