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4 TABLIAHKI> 1881. S /l.SB CITY. MONTANA. . Teediteor o THn YILL.OWATOSI qJocAIAL IP Joi reoponeth' totr st!y ) the q It d l ao utterancsul its orrerondeits. .ltr is hereby givtn to all concerned that SYnELLOWSrtoNu JOrtKNAl. PI'sB'-HINo C( .. thý rontrart to dj oil I»rittiii gand ad i c4lct. do- nakver intuwe chargeable to ('s .scoun" .ad Is also tb dsignMl ted andly o ppr t Csltcr ostMy It wrleh aer vice by publlcation Sb legally omad. Leal notien pub"lbed in (W ppepse of Cuter eounty. are Ie1d and ashes beam decided by thecourts ul NI bills glMeas TeE YILLOIwsTONE JOt'lAL * sLMIu .OD., .eeoteted by any of the employee *OeM paerWorotern, will be reconised unole NeoetinlS by a written order signed by the pub ohWer atr hswl manger. SFriday. June 7, 18S9. kuuud Lu i l.uuiu. Ex P'resideint Andrew D. White, of Ornell university, sent to that insti ation from Eigypt a papyrus of much bitarest found in the tomb of a priedt f the Ptolemaic period. It represen 'n chapte of the "Book of |, " is beutifully executed, per y preserved, and a complete docu oSnt m every respect. The inscrip tons are partly hieroglyphic partly hieratic, and in the midst of them are very striking representations of a rec ticus ,ort, the most remarkable being "The Last Judgment of the Sou Bef. - ·is and Obiris." This embraces ar.. upon the throne, the great balance before him, the wveighing of the dead priest's heart in one scale agaiutst the "Image of Truth" in the other, while about the balance are grouped the weighing, the Irecordin and theaaccusiug gods, the Ior ft uerl Snmi. .nd tile forty-two asbesorrs. toit Transcerint. Teacher- You should take . lesson bem your sisters, you naugi ty boy. Grl don't fight Little Johnnie-They do , when .,Sy gets as old as ma-The Epoch. 31th0 at tme eh Twar. In talking with the wort men at the nal tower I was surpr.ed to hear ot a amber of fatal ac dents which & aa nver ban made ablic. I was that these amounte 1 to nearly a Mdlaiw; but the censu, would not be et_ unstil all was .,vet. As the May, omelets c.i not be made Stbreaking of eggs-Leeds Yr. William . Crane, the come m, tells a sory which he says was -mrw n to him by Mr. Edwin Booth, ` arn to Eugene Field. It seems t a old lady 80 year of age, lying the pointof death, sent for her U'mran and availed herself of the .poltiaon that holy mu l qmid to administer. This im m tls a ollce having been discharged, V.moband octogenariai fell to di. mug about the manner in which i wished to have her obsequies con. and she insisted that she should Wa) ttasr to present a pleasing pC~tn·; L Sa S," she saked, atbl , whbat ind offoms are now rbhion for ladies" "Ther are two styles, my dear s ." iwered the pastor, oothingly. w ecensl for married women atr Sind whh ed silk, and the cofns for ead laries are lined with white "Well, then," mid tho old lady with alih, "I snppose you'd have to line a . ooua with white satin," and in a Saoment she added, brighteuing up, %ut you can put in some stnps of a erlet plush, for I was pretty gay Swhen I was a girl l"-Boston Herald. f u.am% Visn . Ippoptam. "The rst hippopotamus ever seen b this country," said Tody Hamilton, ' ms btought here by Mr. Barnum. SwMu about twenty five years ago. . Brnum wanted one the worst y, and had been on the lookout for I for many years. when he heard Shsome natives in South Africa had tta big fellow in a pit. and that bk ben isold toa German dealer in wild mals The dealer got an der of P5,000 for it and the offer was aepted. Ten thousand dollars was Ii when the brute was safely i on board the vessel that was to him over;anotber$10,000 was to paid when he arrived here, and the nai~,$5.000 at the expi d three months in cam the lived. He arrived here in good .ldNIon and was the center of euri 9 for several months. But he was and clumsy and required so boom that ]r. Barnum oonsent Mi Imet him to a man named Berry. wanted to take him round the try exhibiting him. Berry paid a week for him, and the venture so profitable that he cleared $80, SO in one year."--New York Sun. WVawkaw wSw DaI Aw IUaw. 'F thr," said Rollo, ',in,.g u, froin hisi Sundayscliool la; . art' all tl ad iola petr.fed '" *No). .lliued his father, for it was lie; "wlihy do you ask hi.ch asilly question? "Liecau.Se mid Hollo, "thi morrnng thie cho Smang a miuionary hynlu, and one Sverse said, *The heatlen ir, is blind mu bows down to wodxlen stone," "My hon," aid Mir. Holliduy iindly. Sorin't try to formunnlate your creed what you think the choir seen. say. or you will get the religions of Sworld into such an inexplicable lacomprebenaible tangle that M ' will rid Ibs ach-ld's hia 61 Mypl wod of ous syl 10r "rmO n s s aMosperm a xpyor in ( ermany Is rjppof hM wiho pays S,48C 1I oof A19,000; and oet o Willy do Rothshild of on Maiz., with an Lnuom. OOmand a to of .5,40. Th' L oaSoola stwrn by a reitl' at is 1000. Thiereart' a.ir f whMos omm var from to 7,000, M d .tbM irs bke upward of £o0000 1hW, al e also 166 prmom rwhr ome, are betwSe md 4 -s1W-LdotiM Tntat is. est hMaNsr oWs simaf. In a family rwading in South h. is a bright little one who is the life of the house. Whenever any one ia the household does a thing which does not please him he retaliates by .aying: "I dou't love you." He had maid this once or twice to his fond grandmo ther, and his father rebuked him for it by saying: "If you ever speak to your ma again in that way, I shall beobliged to punish you." A few nights later the family wrem at supper and the watchful grandmother removed from the boy's plate some thing which she did not think he should eat. Be regarded her sullenly for a moment, and then blurted out: "I don't love you, grandma." His fa ther glanced at hmun from aeroes the table as much as to say: "'1 I settle with you after supper, young man," and the little fellow immediately maw the necesity of squarng himself with his paternal parent, so he quicklI added, "as much as I love Jesus Then he explained himself by saying: "Of course, I don't love any of you as much as I ;re Jesus" It is need less to may that he was not punished. -Boston Advertiser. Stea E.ngtae Agailt Devrl Fish. A few days ago, at the end of the Naples wharf, a forty foot pile of about one foot diameter was loosely tied with 100 feet of cable. The hands suddenly noticed the cable running from the coil, and before any one could secure it. both pile and cable went running rapidly to sea. A devil fish had got entangled in the cable. Boats were at once secured and started in pursuit, and after a two mile race they captured the line and log, the mon ster having become loosened, which fact accounts for them being able to overtake it. When we consider that this species of ray attains a weight of 3,000 to 5,000 pounds, and strength to correspond, this is not astdnishing. Some months ago the passengers of of the Fearless harpooned one of these fish steamers near San Carlos bay, and after towing the steamer for some :ime, the engine being reversed and mulling agunst him, they were com yelled to cut the line to prevent being carried on the Sannibel bar.-Fort keyers Pras. it Makes You Hungry I bate used Paine' Oelerf Oompound and 3 baa had a ikur)tai effec.t. Itaulgaisi edtbeqeu aand eIS a am am~F-. & .Uw LaW NIIow C. .p3 t1ng mtedkdn mainS$ IbISiW4 1m3 "'al tenryenas ag. Th now of1 wnI- iner rnr DWW - .d TIN uka m 1enrbeaQ Ote mlood 1I Vert amid *j..welu regUdahi. Pals'" Odw CeapSad 'h.. xPu4erd *mo of ft- p11O an trt. 1+ no0t1)in SUB L A'inrA~d M P 1 r.:..ýa r'urde aI DrurlY bdwd b/ mIbC ,.gdewabad b Illb. rnmkw VW b b The Best Spring Medicine. -In tbheqwa#Ot iU7Iwaalrua bow3. I Mouid get up in the morning with m ired a V 'Unr, and was so weak that I Cooed hardy ge u round. I bought a bottle of Pslae'sCekaCq r.uw.nd nbeforel had taken It nha W& I h vr.ya IU(,h better. ' can ceetufV recommend i' to all who need a balnding upDadtreagthea LLg wedldne." NP. C. A. Dow, DusrllntoD. Vt. Paine's Celery Compound Is .a unique tOC tad arjwtlZer. 'IYataalt U the taste, rluLc i its ac',O. and WIthout rn) lulurloua effect. It glvee that ruwatv healt :lIbi wakeS everything rtat. :uo.. It curti jjwpaia aid kindred dlurdbr%. I'bhyslcian p nbn It. 11.00. SIX tor I5."'. ?r~lgrglta. HAKLra Inaii o 3 vON8cO.. Burlligtou. Vt. UIANOOD T rEa FO UCTATE 00 F,, FOOD ~ l~r~~A SECOND A'zhould itwh. rat!. C^-Y" POINT isa papr juLiihr d ii. Auttr~lia r httcn .o, jlarye as a At,:lit I h.5 aaouldn't .Lit )-U. 'lrU want a leM .apai.r at "lilt , 'll. Ivetent, um ,:t~e ., ar1 _t - densed, and stil ) roi d" o,'t waut m..aoriance ItLuu dot waeI tour ,Uethbor Ia 9sa to you. * Lard youI read so-and so it to-day's paper' and ae ouhliga to anser "\t I didn't et that," and then hrave him ask "t, ha 'h paer do you read! 7i . Pk, nevte hap la-u to yu It y'.u read 1 L HtlAG' GJAILY Nags Liit.rr "-Its circulation is o'noro ad dy-Oer a m:. on a week-and At cot, by mai 2 5ws. a luotlh, outr months i".- eta , rat a clay. WHAT " Ma~y. t 602690 raiý all or r t r~lttDi-dtb usIm~L Co I.IeYr Burn a nwn.ri-a~ t pIOYA~ ~AKIr4 POWDER Abmolus" Pur. This pwOe, nerpr yarles. A wseIN of punty" strength and .behom.oe ac nnn ecooouldca tbh iberdiwy tiad and ca':e be mold In cuoaup tiio wih the u..ltlludc oI low tcet, sbon weight. alun or phepha'. pwders. got only In clan. ROYAL BAKisG PowIRn o..106 WaIIst.'1N. QON IlER01. A SPEOIFIO FOR -r FMM UME MIR , FAW N? ST. ?1TIN NNE,1 rNUSNuU, -~u Y~,- -ar NII)II, L fh l NA$ rill, k N1 NME ItET TUBEI UE EKIUI - TI IM.U N. . INN bha0*.' IT. JOSEPH, .O TRIAL BOTTLE FREE. To decline takingt s Pure remedy when i'ii*, 1. to Court ,uffe'ir.r 81141 i1iVIte 'tenth. htm I.ivsr Plla ar. sureture for Torpid Liver iaz4 Cuau~tpation. Pu.t. lie. Al DvUgIbt. P IT ILL ?RECEIE.I ! OVER TWO MILLION DISTRIBUTED L.uisiua Mtate Latter Ci psay. Incorporated bI .the Lilature la 1L, sir Edational and . isable purlpes, sad it ftrau chine made a part of the present tate Coast'tutloa in 1179, by an overwhlmJlg popelar tate. Its GIRAND EXTRAOI) DINARlY DRAW I.OS take place ratlIAnnuall~, (Jnme mud Deceulwlr), sad Its . HA NSI I A OLLE NI'M* HER DMA W I NGO take Place In each ol the other ten months of the Year, and are all drawn In pubhll. it the Acldemany of Music, New Orcasa, La. "We do hereby certify that we supervise the ar* rangements for all the Monthly snd t.smiAnnual rawllng of bhe Louisiana bate lottery Company. and in person manage and control the drawlngs tbheullves, and that the same are conducted with hoesety, fair,r , nd in ood faith toward all par ties, and we authorte the Company to use this 3ertllcate. with frac-stmilie ofour signatures ast tahbed in Its advertilement.." ;:ememlosemen We the underlgned Banks and Bankers will pay all Prise. drean in The Louisiana State Lotteries which may be preseeted at our counters. RK..WALMhLEY, Pre Louisiana Nat. Bank. PIERRE LANAI'X, Prse, State Nat. Bank A. nALDWIN. Pres. New Orleans Net. Bank CARL R lN., PHrs. Colon Natinalt Bank. MAL.OTH DRLWING At We Arr of 4 Nae OduMe, CAPITAL PRIZE $6000,00. I'%)AJIO Tlclu4rM 't Forty Dollar. tecb. Halvt, $;;(luarter. $lO;Elgbtbs $b; Twentlltliw $z; Fortletbs $1. Lii? OF ºSIZU. 1 PRIZE OF PM),0m is...................vnrl I PRIZE OF A). (0) l ......... ....... . " (0, I PRIZE OF IW Icu ll.... .................. OF)(1,U001 I PRIZE OF W.000 b.....»............ :q,,0 2 PKIZEB if 91.o01 sr............ I.),Vw, * PRIZM OF 10,Uim · ...................... Su.'iwi 21 PFRI7.E OF 2,0" a.............. 50.4NO 1401 PmIZE4 OF s0 J ar......m.............. 140,1'(0 ill PRIZES OP' (Ware .................... 120,1,0 FJ PRIZElS OF 400 a me..... ....2 rr, APPSOZIUATIO$ PMIIU: 100 Prises of Nl,lIM% S N.. ............... .ý. I(11.011) 100 4.. MOO m ................ ............ " ).V 0 100 do. 441 r ............................ Vh,.uO" TWO 8133353 TERMINALS. 1,.4 Prises I 1070 Um............... . to ·rR~r 8,144 Pulse, aiaoumtln Io.. ...... 4.(2,1'9,64I AGEITS WTIPC. Fo C(9b RONuw my IAi3ti di. sird, wilte f I/hi, t. the giunL dS1i# X1.1 00ndý rS sep41 6 sn.4 et ill W4 .mgs~dlhjmmr m g mWIrg IMPORTANT. Likress U. Aa A ý or U. A. 'Iý m~y.. S. C.o Uk. bM 'i:e. 3m 0NSAAJ~sG VIA q A m Rr ý o def um E~ýeR M Great English Remedy "'' Murray's Specific. A gustallteu d iit'" for all wsrvou ulheEsm. utlh e w'rak Mlemory Leos of HIrai Power, Hysrtera Headache, Yrla In Ike Ieek l ervoua proctrntloa. WMak. mae.. Lecrorrhae. .Uivoer m il Laaituder.Memlil Weak oeew, Imouteacy and emeeral lu el rewe of tie ,eneralve Orgaaa; in lt(her Bea mand by and erer lon or over res loo, and whkh altimately lead to Premnatre Old Age.I lmuatr nd Conaumuptlo $1.00 a hos or aiL beo g rw of.00. Hfent A eU a£I i by mail on recl, f pf rice Full partlculafnlec aampt~I Nat free to every appledal. we c.,elm, e aeu. tOcureanvesse. Ireevery P.00 order received wesad al bones. with a writter lureami to reund the money if our speele dose not Slectl a cure. ft TIg. Address 11 oemnullcatiea to the so Ilmanu factuters, IBE NUYlAv MEDICINE ('O Kassa. City, WPN.M. PA CREN Co0.. Wholesele and etatll Aleuts. helema. oeat Dr. Lrblig & Co., Froa. tie Liehlg World D'silmmary and Internatlorrmal arla l In stitute, Kansa, City, Mo., and Man Fran rice.. (Ca., ill have olkesw at Windsor Hotel. Btatte City, Most. Mareh lSth to 30th. IM,mR. at (hrand Central Hotel. Am· r.otada, alrch 31st, at Paedfe Hotel, Main ht.,Nelena. April 1ot totth, I8s9. DR. LIEDIG & CO. Medical and Surgical Institute, )l anl :03 West 9th st,, Kansas City, )lo., anid 4I Geary . t.. -an Franeisco, Cal, For the restntent of ail CHRONIC a-d SURGICAL DISEASES Appliances for Deformities. Iest facilities, apparatuna and equipmlents for sucrecful treatument of every ormn of disease re. quiring Medical and Surglcal treatment. ixnty-two new room. for patients; best secom. mo.aions W'es. of .\ew York. Write for Illustrated plt',rs on Deformities, Club Feet, ("Irrature of the ,piale. 'lles, Tumor., Cancer, 4'atarh, Hronuhitis. Inhalation, Electri city. M anetu-m. Paralysls. Epllepsy, Kidney, Bladder, Eye, Ear, S'kin and Blood, and all Surgi cal ()peratoush. DiseUses of Women a specialty. Book on die esans Iree Trhe oly Rellable. Mt.ial and 'urgical Insti tute making a sled .lty of Private Diseases. All )lood dieasesu sauccessf.lly treated. yFt h. lis l'olaun removed from thel sstem without mer rury. New Restorative Treatment for Les of Vital Power Persons unabe to visit us may boe treated at home by corneepodoeuce. All commun ications conbdential Medicines or latrumcetsa sent by mail or eprelss seurely packed. ine personal interview preferred. Call and consunlt us, er send history of your oase, and we will send in plain .rapper our Book Free explaieing why thousaeds cannot le ered of Private. Speial and Nerro.s Disease., sullal Weakeasl. .lelma torrhba. Impotency, Nyphillle. ionobrrboa,UlJet Varicoele. e c., ete. Paclfie Cat Institute, established for nearly a quarter of a ceate y. c(ner of (Ueary ad Mason tat.. .an rrancisco, Cal. DI enssary and Drug Mtore occupying the whole corner of block. Frst class toems and board for 301) patiets at the seaitllaim coelnected with the Liebig World Dispensary. Caller adiresl Kansau City. Me..or Mea Frao. elseo, Cal. LJFE RENEWER! w t nd h,' " . ri ~-' ~ey r~pisft owpf withth Mela le N taywa i lor to all (herII, ,ao.. s l Lur (Q ·I ' ich a. ?Wo I I $TAITL I:L! 01f S~li p 'Fl. ni ithwJ t r cmu-ero .vv. bity. 3 l iui. u7uim. U p.'ela. MI len, .Aeu dranlook J - e re or fail ptarYy! ·*arydii iOUR NEW STATES. bohth 1akota. North Iakuta, Montana, Wamhllgtnm. On Pebtuarl 22. ltR,.the P'resilrtet signed the ball creaoing Ieuth Dakota, North Dakoa, Non tan. and Washbingtlon states of the Union *,otT DAKOTA.-The great Pralrl, tate, to which the A. Paul, Minneapolls. Mataitobs Railway has three main lines, eeaching Ellendale, A.erdeen, Hureo, Watertown, and Mlous tails Guto touth laketa via the ,t. Paul. Minl)eapoQ l d Manitoba Railway and puas through at. Paul I and Minunepels n route. Noat DAnKOTr.-Where is grown the No. I Hard ~eodch Fis Wheat; wheln healthful climate nurtures the most virrolu and brainy civillautin. onl earta; wher single ilee rasew lore wheat onto and barley thean lr atale.: the soil oi whose fertile prairies is richer than the valley of the Nile; where the Tutle oanain. Minot and Ilevils Iake laud distrlita tnvite the home saker to secure a free home. MNaideso t daily train service to Fargo, (rand oerks. Grafton, Devil's Lakr, DBtineu, and all other irportnat polnts. MoiTANA, THr. ((LDal.-Truesurs il ber .ines el precleuu.etal; wealth In bher 4..O.IO Sh d of live steek; produedl ta larger e of erops than any other state or territory: the riebeU country per iababltilt a earth; where eerty I. universal; whleb has the hbet paid ab I the world; a balmy winter cllmate, eaeed warm winds from the Paert. The t . PM Et e. ep l Manitobas b alway ls the ea it rir pa. ing throegh a eeatioi eet s l from Mlamnapolls to tle IMo a.U . rous throegh the Orel t el Is i I sere lt land.rfteo Is tlMe. ia llhe ver Valley. Wend, weer, Idt m l Iui taroea Fall MeU .S etrer setsh ieesnm tell tb . allep h MasaUed eto Sa abe fee tal th ue t. ew iteb e ag. tau aeils sg eee as Oeen . th. el t wille I n(l ll r Le jI, .N Ibr Infants and ObildN . mb-"KuI .rmqm V. TI. ti~um~ m AI7S OvuvV. YIkr 1t. T TO M , n Orin, ff v ftu x. T WARM WIAR AND GREAT DEMAND FOR SUMMER CLOTHING HAS BEEN SIGNALED! If you are in need of a nice, nobby SUMMER SUIT) do not postpone your purchase until the Fourth of July. Our stock is now complete, and whatever style you select we shall be able to fit you, as the lots are almost intact, the as sortment the best to be had, and the prices, without the least doubt, the lowest in the City. If you can't call, drop a few lines. Mail oada' promptly afd to. Our addrlen3th same. I. I " R D., p ~4~ity, Mnt. f, pp. .