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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 21 December 1893

* THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 87. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER z2, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS PREMIUMS' Cbuooks Abut Giu Away TO READERS OF THIS PAPER. The Beet Be.ks, by the Moast Popelar Ailefhrs, at .emn.hrd of their Value. OUR GREAT BOOK OFFERS. BOOK COUPON No. 1. 3533r? c s21 sad TWO of these .sepe"s preset*d at the o .ee of this paper wil entitle the holder to en. beak hber the Bit gives below. Ranh beok Is well beund in paper eover, sad ealses from s5s to soh p mew - Ros - lse psi.. 35 eente. 111, 31533a1 BY MAIL enclose, with Coupons and Night Cents, your earnme ad address sad put the name of this paper sad town and state in the blank below and maildireet to the Pub. shers., THE AMERICAN PREMItM CO., 015 Vanderbilt Building, New Tark, with whom we have arranged to Iall ea our mail orders promptly, pre Name of Paper............................. Town..................tate..... The Frontiersman. By Gustave Almard. theWrdsery. Bly Fiercue W'arden. an Heires-k...

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 December 1893

THE DAILY JO[J RNA MILE$ CITY. MONITANA. Every Evening Except Seaday. Terms of Subseription. ET M &1L, IN ADVA!NCE. POSTAGE PAID. ýýp Edit~ion, 'ue year ...... .. .... ".q10.0 ý Editlwn, S1A IIIr~tl tI... $.. 6.0) E'iation, )me m o u th1...... . 1.1N) TO CITY Yr®60CRISER4. et arrier, vrl tri'niu. at !r.~ntar wxr cek. WEEKLY LI'ITIO'%. Y.I.I.)WV PAPER. YMonth . ..... .. . Thurniay. I Jecemni er 21. 1K:1.;. Tnaol aoarT the state there it a gen orally expressed feeling of satisfaction that the State iteforim School is s, nearly at atotality. Etery ta atnniita tf any size in the stat, is bestat with more or less of the hoodtum elenment. boys and girls of tender years. but welt advanced in the devious ways of the world, who are continually violating the established laws of the laind. and are practically exempt from punishment for the reason that no judge likes to take the responsibility of sending a person of immature years to consort with crimi nals for any length of time. On accoun...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 21 December 1893

on Ct. ::t : a. 1tin tire's. Aln elegant n-vý n11e -nt ciha4C(d for the lidat i trade. .\i si/es. Pri es rang front Si.O to 53.00. Silk Handkerchiefs and fluff lcrs for men - extensite line white, black and colors. Prices low to close out. Ladies Hand Bags. Satchel and valies. Baby socks and bonnets. Mittens and Gloves-- silk, kid :ashmere. Nice assortment of Dolls. China from Japan-cheap. use ul, orramental. Box Paper--new stock. Xour :hoice 25c. Underwear and I losiery; spec al prices. THE DAIL1 .JOURNAL .MILE: CITY, MONTANA. JOlIItNAL WI-..HER REPIORT. Hurian e0te Te n4. Raw We ntlwr. DAILY LICAL ME %%"4. Mnale lmurnt tempe'rata re, }fi. Miimiumn temperature. 11. M--un tem ePa':ture. 22. I'recipitation in lat _4 hours, .0I 11. R. BOYNTON, Observer. WEATHER FORECAST. WA saIrOTON, Dec. 21 0 To observer, Miles City, Montana: Montan :-Snow Flurries, slightly warmer in )astern portion Fndaea inmorning. HARRINGTON. mt- i .(luhief of W eather Bureau. NoTE-The above forecast is for 86 ho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 21 December 1893

Powder AB LY PUR AS TO VACCINATION. SOME FACTS ABOUT ITS DISCOVERY SY DR. EDWARD JENNER. ne Was Obstructed and Ridiculed. and Foolish Stories Were Told About the Ef fects of Vaeeinatton-Recogaised at Last asd Honored by an Epitaph of Praise. Vaccination, as performed at the present day, is an operation of compar atively recent origin. Preventive in oculating with smallpox virus, how ever, was known for many years pre vious to the discovery of vaccination. For -everal centuriesssmallpox was con sidered more than any other pestilence the foe of mankind. statistics showing that about one-sixth of those attacked died. and that many survivors were left blind, deaf and disfigured. When Edward Montagn was appoint .-d English embassador to Turkey, in 1716. his wife. Lady Mary, called at tention, in cne of her letter-. written in 1717, to the cu,,tomt of ingraftiitm emailpox Up -n her return to Eng land she at onc- underto-k the intro eluction of the art into that country showing her absolut...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 22 December 1893

LM THE YELLOWSTONE J OU1NAL. OLUME XII. NO. 88. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, =893. PRICE FIVE CENTS PREMIUMS Chloe 1ks MAst Uie Away TO READERS OP THIS PAPER. The Best Books, by the Mot Poplar Aethera, at orm-third o thelr Value. OUR GREAT BOOK OFFERS. BOOK COUPON No. v. nasaR' 031r and TWO of the.. ospen preseetod at th ee oe tf this pape will .tSttl the holder to one beek bore tho lle gtve beolw. 3a.h book I well boand I paper sever, and eme.aeo from ses to n pes.. aeg. 300 poe.e 0 eoate. 1 OSDIMSD BY MAIL not leo, with Ceopeos and ight Caent, youar M.ae rl d addies and put tLe nmo oft thlo poaper ad town and otate Ia the bleak below anud mlld.reet tothe Pub. abeo.s, TlD AEItlICAN PittUMU 0O.0 01 Vanderbilt Bulldlag. New York, with whom we have arranged to ll1 all our mail orders promptly, peo paid. romeo of Papor............................ Tow............... .......... The FrontIersman. By Gurtave Almard. At the World's Merey. By 'Florele Wtrden. e Yellow MHuk. By W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 22 December 1893

-THE DAILY JOURNA MILEt CITY, MIOTAXA. Everyv Evealag cept Samdady. Ternu of Subscription. 3T MAIL, IN ADVANCE, PO(TAOE PAID. E ition o. one ar... ..................$10.00 al Edition. ix month ...... 6. Edition, one mouth ............ ...... 1.00 TO CITtY SCLARIBERi. .e arrier. every .v-.nine, at 2 cents tl'r week. WEEtKLt EDI' I.N. fELLOW PAPER. L Z Year .... .. .............. .............··· ill* M nt - ... ... ....... ............... l.t t Friday. I ecember "r. 181t1. SIt I:1'l ILI.I(A.N I'llEA. l... It is apparent that the signidte;nee of the inlitical ivlle\ell illn av. aii was not apllreciated y the admlinistrlation until within tihe l.st few )lays. When the quteen did not dare even assume the throne tehd wlI t l hr. then it dawned on the administijaration. for the first time. that tht mlovemenot t which culminated in the overthrow of the monarchy and the establishmennt of the provisional govern ment represented a strongly entrenched public sentiment. When the first signs of ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 22 December 1893

1.aast Call on Christmas prescnts at \Iclc tire's. chased for thliy , dih l ,tra 'lc. .1ll sics. l'ri:c* rang. from ni t 53.oo0. Silk Hlandkcrchicf and Tluff lcrs for lmen - extensive linc. white, black and colors. Prices low to clo.e out. Ladies lhand L aL . aS;tch'!s and vaiises. Baby socks and bonnets. Mittens and Gloves -silk, kid cashmere. Nice assortment of Dolls. China from Japan-- cheap. use ful, ornamental. Box Pa)per--ntew stock. Your choice ;5c. L(ndewTvear and lhosiery: spec ial prices. THE DAIIAX J.OURNAL MILE. (-ITY, MONTANA. .fO'N I 'lt lI ' ATli EllR ItEPOtRlT. t TnOb. Wina rw.t r. It WLY A.tt('ol o M N. c. 22 Soaxium ererh . Mile r iti , otaa: Minilmuml t.mptrature. _:. Prc-Thit a btio in laoct l hotor , .03 o A.. . came in OYNTON, Obeennrvg.r. WEATHER FORECAST, WA sHdOTox, Dec. 22 To ob. W rver ile City, Montanay i: Montan, :--Fair, probably slightly the citARNGTON. ('biefof Weather Bureau. Noars-Th above forecast is for 36 hours from 6 a. m., its date LOCAL ITEMS....

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 22 December 1893

hiighest o. aii in Leavening Power.--,:: . S. Gov't Report. R Powder A'MOU IELY IPURE DOS( FOR LSE IN WAR MOW THEY ARE TRAINED IN A LIT TLE TOWN IN AUSTRIA. the Inteligence They Display Is Simply Ma'rvelous-fow They Hunt Out and Sur cor the Wounded and Lost-Seesting ra Enemy When Five Miles Away. Some 80 miles west of Vienna the lit tie market town of Wels nestles in the foothills of the Austrian Alps, which here rise in bold cliffs from the banks of the Traun. The forests of the neighborhood are too open to harbor much game, but a stranger stopping at the summer hotel of the little town might easily be led to believe that the citizens must be the most indefatigable hunters of the Aus tro-Hungarian empire. From morning till night. and sometimes till long after dark, he may hear the echo of shots and the barking and howling of dogs ap proaching the town or dying away in the distant hills, anwl occisionally an swered from f r and near, as if all tle sportsmen of the northern Alps had ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 23 December 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 89. MILES CITY, MONTANA. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, =893.* PRICE FIVE CENTS PREMIUMS Chi looks Almost Giv Away TO READERS OP THIS PAPER. IT best eeks, by the Most Pepar Ar rs, at oe-third of their .Va . OUR ORBAT BOOK OFFERS. BOOK COUPON No. I. uset casis l.d Two ot tkhee Omspea preeted at of the .kl.. o tSi papee will eattie to older to eme beek strm the si eSe below. Iaek bLok s well beatd is paper eaNer, sad *eastinas ben s5 tSo 0* paesg. STRe 3 poeseo. ets. IP ODRblED BT MAIL asMelee. with Ce.poes med sight Cents, your sme sead addrsem and pat the oame of thki paper ad town and state ia the blak below and maidlrdir eto the Pub Ulhers. TUH AMERICAN PREMtlUM CO., 811 Vanderbilet Bldlag. New York, with whom we have arranged to 81l all oar mall orders promptly, pro paid. Name of Paper........................... ows....................State.......... The Frontiersman. By tiutave Almard. At the World' Mercy. By Florenre Warden The Yellow Mack. By W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 23 December 1893

THE DAILY JOIJRAT A 31 CITY. MONTA A. irvey Evelasg Eseept Sasunia. Terms of Submscription. 11 MAIL. IN ADVYANC. POSTAGE PAID. 3s Edition. on~'r ........o... . S1O .I m Editionu. mix mouthsa.............. 60i flil Edition. oe month.. .. ..1.a1t To CITY 1C854'RIBERS. q Carrier. every evening. at :.i cetlts ler week. WEEtI.Y EDITION'. YELLOW PAPER. XL ear.... .e . .. .. a.............rtar I[^ont 1ý ... . ... ···· ..............m * NounthEr.... ........... .......... . .. 1.. 11 St.turdn'. I )cember 21. lt9.I The appIroachtug ctimjpletlio of the comodli 'us us lldition to our school building prompts tl the- .ot:yL.t. to bring to the attention of its re.amers-ipartict' larly those who. lit ing in the country. are deprived of adv:mced schiool privi leges the opportunity that will now be open to the- for enjo, ing the advant vantage-. of the, higher branches of edu cation right here at hosme. The Miles City school. as enlarged. will easily ac commnodate 4to( scholars. and a separa tion of...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 23 December 1893

Lanet Call cha; ed ifr tlic Ii id., tra lc. All size.. Irice. ran.c, front Sl.O0 to :;.oo. Silk Handkerchiefs and Muff lers for men - extensive line. white, black and colors. P'rices low to close out. Ladies l land Bagsn, Satchels and valises. Baby socks and bonnets. Mittens and Gloves --silk, kid cashmere. e Nice assortment of Dolls. ti h China from Japan-cheap, use- e ful, ornamental. o Box Paper -new stock. \'our choice 2;c. Underwear and I osiery; spec- a ia! prices. || THE IDAILA .JOURNAL MIIE.E (CITY, MI(TANA. JOItINAL % VEATHElt REPORT. ltlr1 ,i n1 1t." Tnlp.. Wind Weath-r. l)AII.Y LOx'AL Mk'\NS. Maximumlll temlplraitpir,. 4,. Minimlum tmjirratulr. I*;. aM enlJ t tlmllp,"raturn, :I_. Precipitatin in last 14 Lour-. .03I I. R. IBOYNTON. Obnerrer. WEATHER FOREC'AST. WA sllxoTox, Dec. 23 To observer, Miles City. Montania: Montan ':-Fair. lightly colder in north ern imrtion IMSundaIy morning. HARRINGTON. Ch('hlefof Weather Burea. Noar-The above forecast is for 38 hours from 6 a. m...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 23 December 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Pow~er.--'.. u. o.v': t.port: 1.'_ Powder AlMOUJ ELY P BOILING POINTS. o sea tIauumerable :trl Form a Cu C; rinutS tudy. 't . interestin', 1 , ::te that p.o tePn- rI *fture at whit a liquid boils is ti, h mness that at which its vapor is con ti lensed, precisely as the temperature nit which water freezes is the same as that it at which ice melts. It may seem superfluous to observe that there are more boiling points than the boiling point of water. If it wirar not so, all bodies would be in the sa:td liquid or gaseous state together, and 1::I l would be impossible. It is *'nrily byI giving every substance its own bitlin' point. or rather its own set of Ihoilintt points-for the fixed temperature, even for the same substance, is a fallacy-- that nature has rendeled our physical t environment suitable to our needs. What is generally undi rstood by the boiling point of water is a temperature I of 212 degretes on the i'ahrenheit ther mometrie scale. ,but Alp~in...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 26 December 1893

THRE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 9o. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS PREMIUMS Choles ube Almest Gives Awn, TO READERS OP THIS PAPER. The Bist Balks, by the Moat Popular Authors, at e ethlrd of their Vaule. OUR GREAT BOOK OFFERS. BOOK COUPON No. 1. asa? eSETS and TWO of these Ceopoos ponesoted at the e.e. of this poem will etitie the bolder to one book Arom the lint gives below. Zook book i. weln boead is paper aever, sad smstines teom .s. to 900 paes. Segs. iar pekm Su eush. WF OssEBD ST MAIL eweioee, with Coup.e" snd Eight Cents, yoer aame sod address sad pot the smeb of the paper nod town sad state ia the blsh belew sad maildireet to the Pub. Ulserso. TEN AMERICAN PREZMIM O.. 419 Vanderbilt ailding, Now Terk, with whom we have arranged to AU all ner mall orders promptly, pre. paid. Rame of Paper..... ............. Tw..................t.......... The Frontiersman. By Unstave Alimard. t the World's Mercy By F lorei.r Warden. T ellow Mark. B...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 26 December 1893

THE DAILY JOU RNA MILEA CITY, MONTANA. Every Evening Exeept Sunday. Terms of Subscription. 3T MAIL, IN ADVANCE, PMiAOB PAID. Dei1T Edition. ome year.............$10.10I Daly Eiti..n. six mo.nths ........ I1. 6. Daily Editi.,n, one month ...........1.00 TO CITY HVBC BIBERS. Sp carrier. every evening, at . cent. per week. WEEKLY EDITIO., IELLOW PAPER. l lear ....................... u Month ... .. .. 1IM1 Yoth.... .. ...t........... 1.I.) Tue senday editin fth ember 14 THE s econd lditii.n of thj ~e intemer World'a Fair Cosnopolitan brings the total up to the extraordinary tijture of 4(Kl.(tk) copies. an unprecedented result in the history of rIgjazines. lo, hun dred thousand (.pies usI tons :44.11(1( OMa pages -enough to till .2to wagons with .2.ttlO pounds each in a single line in close order this woull make a tile of wagons more than a tile and a half long. This means not less than 2.0to.tOt readers, scattered throughout every town and village in the United States. The course of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 26 December 1893

It will pay you to watch for BARGAINS at Molntire's during this week. Until further no tice our store closes promptly at 8 o'clock every evening, Satur day excepted. .0r4 THE DAILX JOURNAL MILES CITY. MONTANA. JOURNAL WEATHER REPORT. et, Temi. Wind W nt her. 23th.1 :9e .ý 3 :aSF 1!1'lear 11th a:tt _: ANN. __ ___r DAILY LOCAL MEAAS. Uazimumtemperatuhe, L9. Minimum toumpprature. t. Mean trniperature, IT. Precipitation in last ?i hours, .4: H. R. BOYNTON, Observer. WEATHER FORECAST. WA 5sUtoroT, Dec. 9C To observer. Miles City. Montana: Mootan t:-Fair, warmer. HARRINGTON. Chief of Weather Bureau. Nora-The above forecast is for S hours from a a. in.. Its date LOCAL ITEMS. Lenip's celebrated lager beer at But. lard'.. * Charles King of Cottonwood creek is in the city. Have you seen the Christmas novelties at Savage'.. 1. N. O'Neill of Hathaway camedown this uoralag. Dr. Andres speat Christats with his Bilig fri eds. ard thn prisses wll he made on all Cahrstulas goods at " "Wes} * Hoomes ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 26 December 1893

. iin ' iwr. -. atest U. S. Gov't Report. Baking Powder AMOWI ELY PUR . THE LORE OF SKULLS GREAT STORY TELLERS TO THOSE WHO CAN INTERPRET THEM. Chat With a Professor of Skatl-ology Who lt In Charge of the Roehester Museum of Haman Osteology-Aoelaet Pasbioni of Deforming the Head. It is not generally known that prob ably the most complete museum of hu man osteology is located in Rochester under charge of Professor Charles H. Ward. who has an international repu tation as an authority on this question. * Skulls are great story tellers, " said Professor Ward. * For instance, the original of this cast of the top of a skull overturned the theories of half of Europe. and probably its discovery was the most sensational thing in the realm of science of the decade. Before this piece of bone. which you can hold in your hand, was discovered, nothing had been found which tetnded to show that human life existed iii the pregla cial period. in the days of the cave lear and other anteglacial fossil....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 27 December 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL VOLUME XII. NO. 9'. MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, DE(CEMBER 27, '893. PRICE FIVE CENTS PREMIUMS Chee heots Abmit Gim Away TO READERS OF THIS PAPER. h1 Best &SOt , by the M.lt Popular Autherf, M sneethkd of their VaUe. OUR GREAI' BOOK' OPPERS. mOOK COUPON N.. s. misT C3Mts and TWO or these Oeape. prermuted st the easee of this axr wflwet estl he hearr toe, oee bomb a D hos aedtme aspapr -m , *04 e -s sii easte. It os*D rsa rt An.IL aoe, with bCuespe ad iat Costs, yeaour mme ars ad eo* aid pot the _mue et tOi. paper med tows mad stote in the bleak beeow ad maildireet to the Pub Makn.. TEN AMENICAN PENtn.Ul CO., 012 Vadoerbilt akllding. Now Tork, with whom w hae rro.ged to 21i all r mail oerdoe promptly, pro Name ef Paper ........................... t ow s. r. o.. State .. ... The Frontiersman. By utave Almard. At the World's Merey. By Florence Warden. Yellow Mask. By Wilkie ('ollins. ATaleofaCaravan. By Rot.Buehanan. ltim Irish ti rl. B The )uctlhene." ri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 27 December 1893

T BE DAILY JOUIRNA MILa CITY, MONTANA.. Every Evenlag Except Sunday. Terms of Subscription. 31 MAItl, IN ADVANCE, ?O)TAGI PAID. yil Edition, .ne year .....................1 0.00 lm y Elittion. six i o.. ttt 1 .. ......ilO... .. . . D l5 Edition. lt. month ................ 1.0 TO ('ItFT iC1"BRIBER3. ft carrier. eV.ir). Vllill. lat 2.Ii cant. p" r week. WEEKLY EDITIOi. YELLIOW PAPER. rep Ye ar .. i.w rr , tr ea rt ..... .. . . ... ... . . . 1.h I Wedni .ay., en her .. s. the \1.. Ir : rn o tl aIt feriot, s. oThe rc,' ·, r - ' . .ir .\...l;tI tn usknl the rlltlllluturers i, sign t wo petitions which it hals iprepared.1 urging Wilson t~ make iis attack iiupo the industry it lit tle less dela,il. ()11, petitiion asks for " per cent ,on raw wi.ol anl pr . cent on goodsI. This is to' satisfy the manufac turers \ I h aru. ,lposed to fr, t" wool. The other asks for free wool atl -1) per cent upon fabrics. That two petition differ ing so widely il, their dimtands should have been lreptlred by...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 27 December 1893

It will pay you to watch for BARGAINS at McIntire's during this week. Until further no tice our store closes promptly at 8 o'clock every evening, Satur day excepted. THE DAIL. .JOU'RNAL MIIE ('ITV. MOtNTANA. LOCAL ITEMS. C. J. B1esore is a visitor iin the city from Cincinnati. Ohio. Lemp's celebrated lager beer at Ilul lard's. * Charls ibecker came in from Pump kin creek last evening. Have you seen the Christmas novelties at Savage's. Attorneys Porter and Middleton have gone courting to Billings. Mimi Anna Straw ia down from the Rosebud for the holidays. F. G. Buck arrived in the city this arrning from Denver, Col. Little Mabel Towers is reported quite ill with an attack of Isa grippe. Hard time prices will be made on all Christmas goods at Savage's. J. 8. White is mn town from the'range and will remain for about a week. The most unique and novel mechan ical toys for Christmas at Savage's * Miss Josie Miner has been confied to the house for three days past with la grippe. William Go...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 27 December 1893

~~~~c- * fll ;oWC:.- _...cu5: .S. GOV t LCpOrt Baiing AUTI Pbwder S-OUEL PU-e 4N INSANE MAN'S TERROR. Only a C..ndnlleo's Csoless. Perseatcd Y iPanic In a Street Car. A hig. tr '-il shouldered, hlndsonle man 1Illd.td it Ruhsell avennlt car at Wise- t-in street and took a seat near the front di,r He was pertlha 40 or 45 years of age, well dressed, and of imposing appearance, but there were a wild, startled look about his face and an uneasiness in his manner indicating that something was wrong. The car I had gone only a short distance when he began to pull nervously away from the corner. casting frightened glances over his shoulder as though he saw some thing he A', hit:. Snuddnly he jumped up and rushed to tbh' door of the car.throwing his arms wildly, as though beating off an amsail ant. and falling over the other passen gers in his haste to get out. ".hoot him! Shoot him!" he shout ed to the conductor. 'Shoot himn quick.or I'll have to pull his head off-- I can't stand this any lon...

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