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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 9 November 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XIL NO. 5a. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS P*REMIWMS bin wb (L~mest U.. Awa 10 RIUDIMS OP THIS PAPL# tk. sa id sks. ths Mort PoPhl. Ainihure, at .o..tbki @ tk* VY.. OUR GRIAT 30wt OPPERS. aOOY COON Nsrr. i. mm SYS sod %IW .1 them ewLssr ops.Stmd . the aresi . t». g.P wuw sotltel e holrhS. s. MA ths Utl 0 lOo. below. ash heehM kws bemia 1 poper sa.etas sd oy~omY S ton ia s. pae.. Wsage meso edi rmoo pot the esmooft I - U &M a~lm I~t Ic - os .d tess ted pNmesod" ofth uoshkbdowsoda~dmBr~eo tethelesb tW,..w 133 ANSCAN 133311 CO, a13 VeadaibUS Wefit New WaH. wath whoms we hbse warred to an an .. molM eiese poompWi. pee oe ... . .................. o......... B1yl Br F ttle W.rd tiý 'The Duchess.""-· t eIottera.. 8Mrs. Alexander. tý . at Hands Hall. By Etti W. R ot 1 i Gult. y 1ana . ogia els Greet D remO yle Dallas. Jn S. 8w tarote Blount. "e i i e . 1 7 o r atio A l der. dr . tiltTkeanýVIfom~e J uchess" e. BtS. Buchan...

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. — 9 November 1893

ifE DAILY JOURNAl t wA., IaN DYANDS , . wo.rAA PAI. Sia are ou th .................. i, TO cry saCcaraas. e r ,ier, every evening, at 2 eent. per week Waaz.v UTmOn, TULLOW PApa. Y nuth ............................ ... 1. Thursday, November 9. 1893. ToDAY's election news confirms the election of Gov. McKinley by the im tense plurality of 85,000, which when taken into consideration that his oppo. 1ent, Neal, was the author of the free trade plank in the Democratic platform adopted at Chicago, it is a prounced in daeement of the principles of protcc tion. Amos(. other things that Montana has to be thankful or this year is that sh is not compelled togothrough the throes f general election.-Independent. As far as "throes" are concerned there would be little difference in a special or general election, and yet the esteemed .Inadependent was most clamorous for the former during all the time the ques tion was under discussion. Surely one "throe" mo or less should not affect tle esteemed Ind...

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. — 9 November 1893

f a rnUR 4 cnmi That you never heard of a P greater bargain in your life THAN B THIs. Jc You know all about the good la qualities of the Foster Kid Glove. a' You know the price in the low- to est market is $S.25 for 5 hook, $1.50 for 7 hook. di of We put our Entire Stock of of these goods on sale today at $r.oo tit and give you a splendid assort- us ment of colors and sizes to choose pe' from. pn any The Sale also includes our Mlsquetairle tr Gloves, worth $2.OOper pair; all colors and sizes. he tra, the The eagerness with which our Und special offerings have been wel comed in the past is a most power- I ful incentive to greater efforts. for mis fler Aye Every lady in Miles City should ag be on hand early to secure a pair mek of gloves at this sale. Dee trail Cro ton wait Special agents for the West Jump ladies, fixed price, fine shoes, the best on the market. Try a F' pair. day 85,0( othe day The forts THE DAILY JOURNAL MILES CITY, MONITANA. Ci ing JOURNAL WEATHER REPORT. hel Baroq...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 9 November 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. BakirV RY PoUwder ~umw ur Wm THE GREAT REVOLUTIONS. 184-Rlevolution in Spain against the *sunrper" Espartero, declared regent after the expulsion of the queen regent; .ght of Esportero and Isabella II de dared queen. 1848-Revolution at Athens against Otho I, who had been elected king; a new constitution promulgated. 1856-A revolution broke out in Aus trian Poland; finally suppressed after anuch bloodshed. 1848--Revolution in Holland: a new emonsttution granted. 1848--General insurrections through ouat Germany and Austria: mostly with out result. 814&-Great insurrection against papal authority in Rome; many assassinations of cardinals and papal ministers; flight of the pope in disguise to Geeta; the Roman provisional government divested the pope of all temporal power and pro claimed a republic; tlhe pope appealed to the Catholic powers. and an army sent by France invested and took Rome and re-established the pal al aut...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 10 November 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 53. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER Io, 1893. PRICE FIVE CErNT PREMIUMS hub hubs AImt Gim Away TO READERS OF THIS PAPER. b. mr a bt aes, by the Mot Poper Auatus, at me-hid of thiwl Valu. OUR GREAT BOOK OPPERS. .. moo oPN . -. a eT eme wd TWO a , ohee aeeepea paombeie as 6 en er tlui a s eSUrie ate b iesder o e o . suMe gives beow. ase beak le wR b.eat e paper ever, ad. soea""fume. se LIIas pacm. ra.g m m d eidw,, a wep, IeaDma a 8 Pill ID ST MA U ·wlu, -sate ]U n sde Gar sy wate . eheo m.e I.e papr .he Itowe awd st at. In te link balon sad amaidiree tether.a b Esar., T. . AAnUuWA ., lPoauxi -O., 6r VaederU.t . s. lay, ew Week, with whe we hare arrangad to Ian . eOe mall Bears penmprly. pe. real of pee............................ 'oa............. .....At......... bro olenlmae. By Gustave Almard. .lb Mek. Collins. te soa van. By i tobt. Buchanan. tve G l.The Duche.." oei'. Heir. By Mr.May AgMs Fieming. Twelve Great Diamonds. Bi Mrs. Ja.e ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 10 November 1893

TrE DAILY JOURNAL MInM. CITT, MONTANA. Every waee IExept 5asday. Terms of Bwbseription. SftSsAIL., ADAwmAI, o TAIa PAID. f n six mouth t.................. 5 on oe moth .................. O TO CITY SUMC5aU35s. 8t.)lier. every eveing, at 2 ceunts per week. WExLY DITIOI, TILLOW PAPZR. Friday, November 10, 1893. "°Ot ATAT FIRST." These are the days when the stalwart Republican who has never wavered from the standard of the grand old party feels and sees a full justification of his faith. The tidal wave of one year ago that bore on its crest the idols of Democracy, and seemingly planted them on firm founda tions for the adoration of the people.has ebbed with even greater force and resist lessness than characterized its flow, and wherever it touched there is nothing left to tell of Democratic pride and glory of the day before. That it could havebeen otherwise no one would believe, but even so, the most sanguine of Republicans .e.nnot but wonder at the celerity and completeness with which ...

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. — 10 November 1893

It MILIR *AI RWUT 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, $1.5o for 7 hook. We put our Entire Stock of these goods on sale today at S$.oo and give you a splendid assort ment of colors and sizes to choose from. The Sale also includes our Muequetaire Gloves, worth 2.00 per pair; all colors and sizes. The eagerness with which our special offerings have been wel comed in the past is a most power- I 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. f THE DAILY JOURNAL MILES CITY, MONTANA. JOURNAL WEATHER REPORT. etre Temp. Wind Weather. 9th 8 29. .... 4CN W.. YCloudy 10th a a l- . .t.o ... ,IW .... cloudy DAILY LOCAL MEANS. Maximumtenmperature, i4. Minimumn tlemniper...

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. — 10 November 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Powcr.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. i- Powder A ..OMLY PURE ORIGIN OF YACHTING. COANGE- IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF VESSELS IN 300 YEAR& w.vlases a thme .epaiuity e the spes-. The irss tatreatltasel aes. Was D. Sw... Kaglish sad Duteh Vesels. Charles I Ameng the Earles Patrlees. The term "yacht" is derived from the Danish word "jaght," meaning a chase; bene. yachting is the chasing of one ve el after another, and accordingly yacht ing and yacht racing are synonymous expredcons. A yacht is and always has been eisen tially a pleasure craft, but in the early days no yacht of any site existed. Thus we ind a writer in 1700 referring to a yacht as "a small shipbuilt for swiftness and pleasure rather than for merchan dise or warlike service." History does not tell us where, when or under what circumstances yachts were first built, but it is certain they are of ancient ori gin and were only owned by royal per sons and great nobles. The latter fact receives corrobora...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 11 November 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 54. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER i, :893. PRICE FIVE CENTS PREMIUMS8 Chie l Allnt Giv Away TO READERS OF THIS PAPER. Ihe bst 3smB , by the Me Popular Amters, emathird of thIr Vle. OUR GRUAT BOOK OPPERS. iBOlC UIPO6N Ne. i. eIIeT Cmlls ma Two .t tbes. ssupsn pumted t the emse Of this c wE . sldUte .m koe to one ml*e tu llstm gien kw. Tek bust is well bme1M Im pper evem, sad mmes a m aon os popes. Ign ierpeles e oe*te. 11r mamma 3 *AriL .eteaus wtt eOmea mad Engha t Cat.., mee, sanen Mt adamess sad pat te osam. f lis paper and tow aned Oft"o I the blhLd beIow sad masl dlNet teo t Pub. ilesre, TI3 AJUICAIM PEaaMIx CO.., *e s Tadeblt Dlildiog, New Tek, with whUm we haw. araesgud to Rl all ear mall orduer promptly, pre. Rlame Pap .....................,,,..... wa ..................{tate................ Thue .rormn. By Gustave Almatd. t h Woridat ReByr Alorencel WtlMen Yellow M k. BY W ikle Collnas. ATaTl ofaCiravan. By itobt.Burch.an. St...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 11 November 1893

tHE DAILY JOURNAL MtL CMY. X ONAXA. Ter.t. of Sbulcriptio%. 31. NAIL. IX AflYh2C3, POSTAG3r~t, -llP vOlt.1~ mi c, onmonth.... IAA To cm muueva lun*ot . *MAuW, everr y eveing. at 25 cents per week. winLD UTIUOX TIILLOW PAP3L ear .u. ........... ... .... ......... .. ....ý.a the ...... ......... .......... ..... . Lo E II the........... .. ......... .. IAU Saturday, November 11. 11)3. A TRAPPIST REFECTORY. C- amdl Gloomy Sarroandlags aid a leanty Bill of Fare. We reached the Trappist refectory. A great cold room, with whitewashed walls and five long, narrow tables, with benches on each side, stretching from end to end, was the place where the monks took their very frugal meals. The tables were laid for the first meal There were no cloths, and it is almost -eedless to add that there were no nap kins, although these are considered so essential in France that even in the most wretched auberge one is usually laid be fore the guest. Trappists, however, have little need of them. At each pla...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 11 November 1893

R fOilt ,4 A MicNiiT That you never heard of a greater bargain in your life TIhAN 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 $1.oo and give you a splendid assort- t ment of colors and sizes to choose a a from. The Sale also includes onr Muequetaire 8 (loves, worth $2.0 per pair; all colors and sizes. h The eagerness with which our p] special offerings have been wel B comed in the past is a most power ful incentive to greater efforts. at Every lady in Miles City should fa be on hand early to secure a pair of gloves at this sale. G of of ----- enr Special agents for the West- h Jump ladies, fixed price, fine shoes, the best on the market. Try a pair. lar fin no as THE DAILY JOURNAL MILES CITY, MONTANA. JOURNAL WEATHER REPORT. herom Ser Temp. Wind Weather. Ioth 8 .36... . 'NW., 4 Cear th8s 3o.46.... 21.8W.. i ear DAILy LOCAL M...

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. — 11 November 1893

igest of all in Leavening Powcr.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report S Polwder SAsseatrY PURE PERSONAL GOMSP. S As Gray, the Harvard botanist, wasi Sear farmer's boy. Andrew Einsella served the Brooklyn iglu as eaas boy and rose to be its ed Joseph Pulitzer came to this country with neither money, education nor knowledge of English. Mrs. Samuel Bennett of Tanner, W. YVa, has o9 children. She is 46, Mr. ,5anett is U8, and the 29youngBennetts ae "right peart." The king of Italy gives his queen a string of pearls upon each of her birth days. She owns now veritable ropes of these precious gems. 'The Duke of York pays great attention to what the newspapers say about him. He keeps a book in which is pasted every reference made to him in the public press which falls into his hands. E. N. Hubbard of Middletown, Conn., has the finest collection of living birds la New England. It includes species from almost every country in the world and is worth thousands of dollars. David Bradley and Captain William...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 13 November 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII.L NO. 55. MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13, '893. PRICE FIVE CENTS PREMIUMS Chl" htt Ambt U,. Away TO READERS OF THIS PAPER. l.t aUsr o1bs, by th. Mot Pqralsr AuLs, at e-tird of OUR GREAT BOOK OFFERS. BOOK CtUPON Ne. n. sse m aO iwO a or the. ..e pneI asst5 as nhe see o.f Ohi w W IaN .e.u Stae hoadoe oee sl rrllsemd 0 be ll . Ral I. enm**n. * va bneho. SeaM Sir weal bona& to papr s ves. "an a ( s ao m sn k as, ]smn wI tlmeOr amne s. peeot aos, mye ameos efdmaseds pat the sm oat tis paperatd town a state is the ste. seW ha wall dvet h. Pub. 0ess. YES ANUsICAZ PREMIU g 0. S d Yeaebilt uialdlag,. Mew Tok, wisth w.h.m we have arrea•ed to aU ll ear nmal ers, proeptl.. pre Nae *t Paper ......t...................... w........................ ..State.......... 1Th ,rtlerusj By ,uatver Almird. tý World's oeryy. By FlorenceW Warden. Yellow Mask. By kie Collins. ATale ofaCareuvan. ylt.bt.Buchnan.. tie Irish tir. By"The Duchess." lnltbo Fetters. i...

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. — 13 November 1893

W'E DAILY JOURNAL ar, melorrA. bmuw smerT. EIOUaXA. Usaey Usalmis Usswpt sesa. E ie, s Ter r........... BU.... S meo at .........U..... S Mer=h, even evesLas, at s seats per week. wamsLT 313o1. I.LLOW PAala. Monday, November 13, 1803. UEroPECTIVE TASRIFF LEGISLATION. Though the oracles of the Democratic jssty are loth to admit, either verbally ar through the press, that the leading camse uf the Democratic overthrow in the recent election, was in any way re lated to the Democratic tariff policy, it is nevertheless a most noticeable fact tht since the election the talk of the lasers of the party, both in and out of te press, has largely turned upon the question of what effect the November essdict will have upon the tariff bill saw in process of incubation and to be pusented to Congress early in the com ~lg session. The effect is clearly seen, whatever the cause may have been, and a it serves no purpose to argue that op essltlon to the Democratic policy of free 'bade spoke in the voice...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 13 November 1893

Our nei1erwear lDep)art&afent is as inviting as a picture gallery because it's full of bargains; hand some bargains that are invitation, to be comfortable for the winter One line of Natural Wool, Jer sey Ribbed, Ladies' Underwear we might mention as a specia value. We bought the above to retail as a bargain at $2.50 the suit, but concluded to make this sale one week at $2,.0 P Lit, Ladies' all wool Camels Hair, a splendid garment bought espec ially for the $4.oo trade; this sale, one week, $2.50 suit. Elegant Scarlet Underwear at $3.00 per suit, for one week only Child's all wool Grey Under wear at unheard of prices. Buy your underwear this week. By special request we continue the Kid Glove Sr.oo sale another week. Positively the last week, Remnants of Dress Goods on sale cheap. THE DAILY JOURNAL MILES CITI, MONTANA. JOURNAL WEATEEM REPORT. Barom ete Temp. Wind Weather. S8 p.16......... Part Cloudy 8a9SU.A,..,. ... 8W ... 44Part Cloudy DAILT LOCAL MEANS. Maximum temperature, It ...

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. — 13 November 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Power 'BREATH IN DEAD MEN STARTLING RESULTS OF A NEW JER SEY DOCTOR'S EXPERIMENTS. as Was made a smpt. Apparase weth whiek bse Lungs Mar 3s Pat Se week - AS.r thep UwOe O ste.pped-It s. Xe Pateted ial Ayrt O. OC. .etb It. Dr. 4dwin De Bean of Pasaic, N. J., eashes the announcement regading the thl benored statement that a man has diet from lack of breath-that if breath was all he needed he should have lived. asidering that air is the most plen tlful resource of nature, having, as polit teal economists would say, no value be ease of its abundance. one would think that Dr. De Bann had made no particn tar discovery. But there is more in his statement than is apparent at first. From time immemorial physicians heae directed their ingenuity toward an etective application of this wealth of air, but without satisfactory results. Cases of suspended animation come un dar their notice every day. Men are rescued from the water after ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 14 November 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE__JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 56. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER z4, l9p3. PRICE FIVE CENTS PREMIUMS 0m lhks Auest . Away TO READERS OP THIS PAPER. eI onS eekBs, by the Met Ppulr Au. tors, et one-tlid .t .... l Vale. OUR ORAT BOOK OFFPPERS. -OOK COUPON No. ,. msts iaue one iwo e or me th .a t m ete of th. s ehe *s * hold. t* *.*.ee bt free.* a * w given beilw. seek bsekie welll e asdt pper **vs end esess ebets ss Ato aeegep . sega. aw eassma a manL eoete wot Otpeoe end sight Case. poet rsme -a saideee sod put the oame of M peoa s d town end state ia the Wiek befow nod mulU dlest tothe reb. Lone., tsus AISRICAx PrseIM e0.. fet Vamene*nl sseldg. oew lek, with whom we leave arrenged to 1an an er mie orders promptly. *pee t--n ame or a.rh............................ la w.................. lt ate............. he Frortlme. By" Gustave Almad. te World's Me. By Florence Warden. yellow Mrsk. By Wi lie Collins. Mt ATale of sCaravan. By rtobt.Buchaan. SIrish Girl. By The Du...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 14 November 1893

iRE DAILY JOURNAL unf.i CU. MOWANA.. Teraw of Sbrertp~o*. PT uMn., ID £MANA . yOrAa Phlo. al tar...........··· ....16(1 U omem=ath .............. lA. T0 CI! o.U U.csecot s!*ehsr, .1617 eadag, at ! gnate per week WRLT IDITCIO , PLLOW PAPI. T.eb Tocaday, November 14. 189K1. TIE PI'BLIC READI!NG MOOM. A very general invitation has been ex lteded by the committee in charge of the matter of sustaining the public needing room, to meet at the court house this (Tuesday) evening to hear the re peort of the committee and to act upon it. All who have been invited are ex pected to be present and take part in the deiberations. The matters to be ar ranged for are of a nature that every gooad citizen must feel an interest in, for it is intended to form an organization -at will not only undertake the main. ismance of the free reading room, but which will also be a standing "relief committee" whose function will be to e.amine into and extend aid to all meri torious cases. Both projects ate praise wo...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 14 November 1893

'Lderwear is as inviting as a picture gallery because it's full of bargains; hand some bargains that are invitations to be comfortable for the winter. One line of Natural Wool, Jer sey Ribbed, Ladies' Underwear, we might mention as a special value. We bought the above to retail as a bargain at $2.50 the suit, but concluded to make this sale one week at $2,H pe.r t. Ladies' all wool Camels Hair, a splendid garment bought espec ially for the $4.oo trade; this sale, one week, $2.50 suit. Elegant Scarlet Underwear at $3.00 per suit, for one week only. Child's all wool Grey Under wear at unheard of prices. Buy your underwear this week. By special request we continue the Kid Glove St.oo sale another week. Positively the last week, Remnants of Dress Goods on sale cheap. THE DAILY JOURNAL SI Es CrTY, MONTANA. -1~- ''- JOUbNAL WEATHER REPORT. ete Temp. wind Weather. 13th 8 3.. 3§Calm Clear uta. ......... zNW.. Tear DAILY LOCAL MEAIS. Maximum tmperature, 35. Minimum temperature. 18. Mean temp...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 14 November 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.- Latcst U. S. Gov't Report. Powder ASAOlmMll~iY A MAN IN PETTICOATS THE QUEER NOTION OF AN OLD 8OL DIER CITIZEN OF MAINE. Ue as a Mee Castly Pealinie Wadrebe Thie Amy Wemas I, Toews-Vsteas oft 00.e, usa.. - 3e.-WeiLs tm rVeas. I bet ears a wm.aam's e b. .. Commander James Robbins of the local post G. A. R. Cooper's Mills, Lincoln county, in this state, is one of the prom imast men of his community, a citisem generally esteemed as a man of integrity sad intelligence. Mr. Robbins has a brilliant war record as a memberof the Thirtieth Main. He has lived in the village since 1888 and is a jeweler. His house is a neat cottage house on the brow of the hill as one drives into the Mills. In the narrow front hallway is Mr. Robbins' bench, lathe and tools, and here you will find him placidly working away at the tiny wheels and springs. If you are on sufficiently intimate terms with Mr. Robbins you will find him indulging in his hobby. He has one, like the mo...

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