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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 4 January 1894

0 IRE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 97. MILES CITY, MONTANA. THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS PREMIUMS Chse Boots Ahlost Sien Away TO READERS OF THIS PAPER In s mbdcs. by the Most Popeaa A e, at owe-two of -ow vans. OUR GREAT BOOK OFFERS. BOOK COUPON No. 1. inv1U esirra and TWO .t these Ceope.s peassated at the ...eef this pa.pe will eutitle the holder to oe meeWaem aM w lowt ".iae below. mush bhas 1s wot beood Is paper ssee. sad oseaisi boen 10" so ae pol... ~as** lup ..oolee.. 3I OSDROD ST MAIL eoclase. weh coupeass s tie"ght teots. yeaw -ene and addres sad put the mame of Mta papa. nd Sow. and stale n She bleak hbeow and mail direct to the Pub Iher.. TTS AViNCANt PUOMIUN CO.. S10 Vanderbtlt Slotidug. New Tea, with whom we have arroesed to aK aol oar milt ordeeg promptly. pme same of Paper ...... Tows ..... . Stat. . . . .........1 The f'rontleors ta Itg.e . ,rart. Ste .. 1h \Irr i , i l. I . urlta ..- iI i ,.u ... It . A iotce. I ~T'-..g '.tn a. Aj.agogng,,Igt. ...

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. — 4 January 1894

WE DAILY JOURNAL MIL CITY, MONTANA. Eve". UeaIag KsepIt sumisy. rmss. of Ssscription. 1 MAIL. III ADTAUCU. PtaTAOK PAID. . tone useary e ar.... . 510.0 a Itoa. one month.... 1....L TO CITY aL~etftIaU3. earner. every evening. at 25 cents per wok. WKEML1 KDIT.i)N. tKLLdW PAPER. Thuear ...0 nu . Months... ý M nth. ..... . '. Thur'rinu . .hslnuarsr 4. tý'4. A 'BLUFF" THAT WORKED. =ew a Ltil.- '1t IIItuni."edia tiht 15tith " T 119 oIi i' a. d 1;i-i .r 11 l, u b.~ to rI app . t ,. , . . . ta ii, " t,. I1 haul t 1 ti t1 :,i , " Ire h ptke, .i uarr I w n n so in thr sics -m ..! r. echo I, ! 1 Itn ql~nti} painsbugi 1;: i t uus in it t".run : ofl th" r.,au. "*bit'. 100 'Y.llelllto !tit,' , Xtlaimet' the bi. Ilou. SV1 iiIrent-ii-take it. quli-'tly ri spond d th -th' r. X liu re a liar' t hauib -r'l the hi-b man, "all. if '.- ' know what that mean. youv11 tiht. S'.rtainly. wa- the r.-jounder. with out a trili- ir of 1t rturbation. but ii must be after 1i' tiniihed eating. I feeer allow trill'- ...

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 January 1894

It will pay you to watch for BARGAINS at Mclntire's during this week Until further no tice our store closes promptly at 8 o'clock every evening, Satur day excepted. THE IDAIIA .IIRNALA "Ill V4 1 ITV. UIINTAN %. J40K 141. NI: THR.M F.IEPIIT. M i.. . t" 1 nol Wartn Heaxth.r 4th aN.9 .N H. .r oat *M IMEO Mutamumto peraur« 4 Mnmum tnn pa^ratest I Mean temq rrturr. t4 Pvweelp.tat...so n last A holurb. (4 H. . H.WNTON, Otbeery. WRATHER FOREC'AST. W* soamotOU, Jan. 4. To otaerver. Milee tits. Maitaan : Moatana -1eneraIHy fair sad warner. HARRINOTON. Chief of Weath.,eraea. Mtr-Thm bte foreast ts for s Aorta frye Sa. m.. Ist date LOCAL ITEMS. C. H. Week is ia the city from MU. waukee. Inmp'n csebnrated anger beer at Bul Mien 1.3B. McKay in in the city from ladlee' ha itesa and dipen at * Cean, Kume £ Wougmina.n Mam..e WeiN .1 (hars i ha whit. Jawa . Danielf MMddlh., O% ar rived b fo .dty leastoing. " Caan, ienA wawmin . Man J~ab 0kbi -m ire.a M b A~anan. hplmkesuhi 8mwor" il b a~m uia bnad 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. — 4 January 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.- iatcst U. S. Gov't Report. Btkirg Ik'IPwe BANKS AND BANKING. The oldest existing hank is the Barte lona hunk. founded in 1401. There are over 200 references to money lendhng an the'Old Testament. The nnutber of national banks in thb country on Sept. 1. 1Mtt. was 3.701. The national banking system of this country was organized Feb. 2M. IP18. In 1392 the tierman banks had $421. 000.0IW capital and q7-30,:tia.w.sM depisits. The earliest known b: uk was one at Babrlon. B. 1'. ;aoa. mnanated by Egilie. It re", ivel del m..it. and issued drafts. New Ilinum. mr Tromy, had a taste bank in the second century B. C. that bar rov'"med tmnen f.r the -tate anl Imaild 10 per cent. In the 10 years f an W(01 to I1 1. forgel Rior ta Af th e lt. uiinmin alne .f £101.6lil ware jre-" ta" ti, the Bitnk of kn tglsnml. A very in me.e"ii. unimhmi:m. for ,mum. bering h at au i te n- a 1.. utm mi d by Lra Znah ui hIul am t . gmd lb I he ilm Bal if Luigiai:l aund na.. ..;t: ...

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. — 5 January 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 98. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, xI4. PRICE FIVE CENTS PREMIUMS Chle Its Almost Gie Away TO READERS OF THIS PAPER Te Iekat Se, by the Mhat Pepular Authra, at **-thitr of their Value. OUR GREAT BOOK OFFERS. OOnK COPON No. I. ltOe? C nTS ad TWO of Iboo Oeopei peeasmled at the .Seo of thlbs. peap will *UIIU ahe bholder to one bee tiem the lies glves below. tehk beook well boead i. paper rover, and ooeOalm bern 1i11 t* eo poges. .e.. 1w IpetIee i eats.. WF ODB3IKD DT MAIL emelese. w eth Compeas amd Slakl Ceato. yo r -Oe aod amddeos and puat the sm. of thie paper smd town .and Mat I. the bl." below and mall dlroct Lotb. Pab eboso.. TN3 AMERICANf PLWMIM 00.. 011 Voaderblll Bulldlan. Now Teork, with whom we hkave arrmaged to 51 all oeu mall orders promptly, pro* pod. rame of Paper ...................... a . ~............... ...l let ................ To w.... ...... ..State . • The Fr.wnuirroman. Sly r,.\unl. I4At: ATair ý, , ('"ravn(, 1!5...

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. — 5 January 1894

ITE DAILY JOURNAL L= CrrI , MONTANA. 3very Evening Ezeept Sunday. ermas of Suburfptoon. M AIL. 1 AD ANIrC. POTAG3 PAID. aL kionl, oyouth. ............. .)100 tima. one mu.th. ...S...... 1.00 TO tl SVcuSCtIZUtS. Searrier, every evening, at 25 cents per week. W3LT 1DITON. TSLLOW PAPER. onth ....... ... ........ f Mouthi..........................1.g Fridlty. J tula'.v .5. 1I491. B:y the se.luenit l iln ti.^ iI. t I pi.jt of American w-les i free t . . lh Ol will It a net lii·.'ý ,. ii anil. l. clip of over r . 1. M11V.,,. a; nl the lu tr.' e' l ali ,nl it, the valiet ,f sh ~e will ;iinunt to n~ l. (tII.titi atl, thete will I, ilcijilenlt i loes wvhich i; make tLhe. loss in sheep and w.ul prodlu'ti.n in this country it round eIliM.toiJni N\.iv. there is the loseI to lie inadle uip' tertainiiy int in the price of woolen i..ds t. duoiesti, consuliers. Tie anhunt "f .domest' woovl per .apita consuimllel in this coun try is about tive ipounds under present manufacture. Allowing a decrease o...

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. — 5 January 1894

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. MII.I:t ( IT". MO.NT.A.. 1 JIRt HI% .I. 'I1. ITHE EIPPOIIT. I," T,-ll,l.. Wa ,It. W. at h.r. t l I,; . , -1 1 1% , +1 . . t w .F tlllllUl. l \i..rn l l r' I" Mininmum t.mprIerat ure. +. Mran tmml ratuare. Precipltation ino Ia.t "4 hioIuri. .tI H. H. HUI'NTON. Obserr.r. WEATlHR FOREIAST. WA IJnoror. Jan. J :. To oberver. Miles City, MtaiMontana:- i t ijn toaight. armer in reatrrn pur lion Satunr.al.. HARRINGTON. I 'hief of Weather Marans. NoTs-The above breeeet is for I hear free 4 a. m.. it. de L-OcAL ITMSa. M. M. Rotter oa Helena I. in the city. lamip' celebrated lager beer at Bal. lard'.. _ Train No. 1 wa delayed 3 hoaurs last Win. O'Coaner ot St. oal s ia visitor Ia the city. IMes' lit dne and lipper at * Cmas, Kme A Wommemak. J. H. Kemptsm seae up tem Tery ona lagst lhe twn. :almeo glt$ dehno we n to I, at * OCam, ...

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. — 5 January 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. -Powder m yO~U w BANKS AND BANKING. The oldest existing bank is the Barce lona bank. founded in 140. There are over 200 references to money lending in the Old Testament. The number of national banks in this country on Sept. 1. 182., was 3,701. The national banking system of this country was organized Feb. 25. 1868. In 1892 the German banks had 042i. O00.000 capital and $730.(kt.t00 deposits. The earliest known bank was one at Babylon. B. C. 700. managed by Egibe. It received deposits and issued drafts. New Ilium. or Troy. had a state bank in the second century B. C, that bor rowed money for the state and paid 10 per cent. In the 10 years from 1581 to 1l11. forged notes of the nolninal value of £101,661 were prl.sentel to the Bank of England. A very ibgenil,,n machine for nutn bering bank nte. w;iai .is utit ,1 by Bra anah in l.aIe ani adnoli,:t.-1 y the Bank of England and lmany othier institutionm. There are in th-i c un...

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 January 1894

UME XII. NO. 99. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS PREMIUMS BC ise lds Abnost Give Awa TO READERS OF THIS PAPER The meat oeks, by the Meet P-opul. AuLters, at ee-thi.d of their Vals. OUR GREAT BOOK OFFERS. BOOK COUPON No. i. SzOUT CuATe and TWO et the.e mpsee pressted a. the ee eof thle poper will t.tle. the holder to o.me -beeS Sm the uHt gteo. below. oEmeh boeS Ito well beound In paper rove., amd ...solo. m- sefs sto see pit*. B -a_" i . pim.e IOse ote. 1. ODlb.LD BY MAIL etlcee. With COmpeass od Bight Cote. your -amm d addreee mad put the msmo of =le pep.r. and town and state It the ; amk below md mealdlrwet totS. Pukb lshe.·r Tn AMIENICA! PIBMll'N 00., 1ts Vanderblit Blildialg New eok.. with wheom we heae rrged to all ell er mla orders prompely, pro. .me ot Paper ............................ Trmw .............. stat ............. The Vrontierran.m. Hy t.nitate Alutril tA t1,. r ". d'" i , Il) . r, . nard n A .tt he el .! r ,- H. " 1 ." |, IiJ rr-- ...

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. — 6 January 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL MgPLa CRITY. MONTAIWNA. Swer aeaas a.eepa Smuday. Ermes of mabscription. SUA., r asvass, prmae rAD. i oa eae year ..................... SO I x ntb e -.......... .... .. 6. oMnz roth ..... .......... 1.0.. I To cIr arscuaIsaS. * e er. er euscinl5, at 11 cents per week. wmLW 3.On0. TIKLLOW PAPER. Y o th .. . ....... . ....... . -l. . Saturday. January ii. 1194. AN INDIVIIII AL INC4oIE TA.X. The house ways and teans t"anitn tee yesterdla. disol.s.t of the illlnllln tf.\ questinr. b . votii: , ix t , tit in favor tf reportin, ca bh ll t,, tax ice l ldual in divilun, uc, n .-s. Thus the .iurd proIl' asitionli t., tax t"t isl",-e ,f ¢'ol'porat Lions a t, anml t e , st , lu.ttll . objection ab:e prr..sitin t, tax thie.- inconmes i inheritatces .anld :acies hare been set at rest. If Ce are to hate an income ab ch. by the way. is ,lne of the most idi,,lu forms of direct taxation and the most fruitful in fraud -a tax on individ tual incomes is the only kind entitled t, a mom...

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. — 6 January 1894

When you go shopping It' ncceary to uppl., mint wha; you want uwth hnouin_ u rhie t, l'et it. \\ hatri., ou:. i n' in tin line of dr, -,,,,,;d . ur -t,,re. ti h, your e urcha f. Ylu asn u tti. way bIy din , \\,. hart the large. .tt,, k. and that gil s the wideht range f(r ch,,i, '. and our large saleh and h!,-. buyin, , plac,. us far ahead of all compntitor, in the matter of price, C,,m. to u, and be sure ,f alwa-s getting what you want for Ics mon"\ than you can clsclwhere. Remnant. i,t tires, good,'l, nou on -ale marked doI n to about half \ alue. Remnants of table linen. (idd and end, in toieli. childrens dresses., lilies skirt, and wrap pers. chili- and mi..c. leigin., all go at ha f price to cli,-c before tnvent , ry. Our entire -tick of blankets to be closed out at cost. Do you need a blanl.ket If ! ,exanmine this ,ale. 0 )per cent dii punt ,.n all rIcen Buttermill. nap two cake, for 2cc. We ha\e Ju-t recei%.cl a line of rubber -beting. THE I)AI1 IOU01RNA L MILKS (ITT. UOE?(AT...

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 January 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.- Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Powdr A- /- pU ATTACKED BY A COUGAR. fhe. WeR-ele. rmte lt. llsy ?rampled ie Deatb by a Merse. J. P. Jones, who lives near Perhama, Crook county, had a rather startling ad-. venture with a cougar. He was speak ug ,of his experience to some friends and said: "I mounted a horse and went on a iunting expedition to a place about 20 .iiles from Perhania. taking with me an Irish -taghounIl and an English pointer. I brought down a tldeer and a brown bear. which 1 lIeft at a farmloure, and I'agg'cl a unlulwr of wild pigeins and other fowl. While returning home as ,ut 10 o'clock at night aStor a lonely road 1about titve mile- frl. '.rilama. I tn0,tit.ed what -,.eiued to I" two b Lll If tire in a tree but a yard at'.ad of me. and which ..t.ld but, a f..ot " r t'o from the road. At the nalmle instatjn my hores~ which is what is kit,,wn t, the cii. , c',luttlei as an "rurllal Ierder.' drew up with a startle. neigh. ilti,,ost throw i...

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. — 8 January 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. zoo. MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, JANUARY 8. 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS PREMIUMS COlie looks Atiost Gis Awmy TO READLRS OF THIS PAPER 11e met Seeks, by the Meet Popur Aithers, at eme-tMrd of their Value. OUR GREAT BOOK OFFERS. ROOK 90UPON No. r. ineT cmsas ads TWo of thee. Ommpes peserned at the oaee of thie pem wlR e.+tilae thes healder to me beis bem the Mat gives below. mehb beek is well bhead is paper rever. and eslels e.e se ats see peage. Meg. am prieSS "eite. I3 Oe mml D BT MIAIL eee..» wh Ccepe.me. ead tight ceet., yeer mwe ad add.es. aed pet the nmame of ia paper and sew mand etate I the blh kbetw aed miat direst to the Pub M1hee. TB AMERICAN PNRMNIUCM 00., 51$ Vanderbilt Watldlng. New Oee,. wIth whom we have arranged to ll a17 eor mall orders promptly, pe p.1d. .am...e Paper.. . ............ Tow ...... .. State ............... The Frontleman. By i,.utare Alunart. t the W ,trli'. Mere ). 1 5 I i,..r. ',. arder, Yellow maEk. H4 Wi'tike t ...

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. — 8 January 1894

fTE DAILY JOURNAL IILms CrIT, MOITANA. vsery Eveming sespt Malday. 'res of saubseription. 5 mIA,, a avan.s. POSTAe rPAID. ix innmtb ta................... S , o. .h ........th ....... - U Ssearrlr. every evening. at t cents per week. W iE T aDITION, TLLOW PAPEa. L tear.... E3 M onths ........ ....... ... .......... l.tt' Monday. January ,. 1894. WHICH WAY NOW? The lat et nrits froun Hawaii is that the dep.,ed queen hiaving reconsidleredl her refusall t, iel e it t the tteri ls il posled I'. Mr. ('levtelal anlt his minister of "tatt, a;equiaute.l residetht Ministi r Willis of the fact tlht '.he was willing to a-eluu the debts and lii ,latolls of the the provisional governmlet. amt grant a-bsolute pardon to all engaged in the revolution. in considerati..l of her great and good friend Grover pioeing her capa cious anatomy again ulmn the throne: whereupon Mr. Willis sets out to follow his instructions to restore the queen to her authority by requesting President Doie to vacate, and let t...

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 January 1894

half value. When you go shopping ctit. n\celurNtti sur . ii w -it \\h;1: and ends in twla, c i trect it , ladis :rt kirt\ an i pers, chil.. and mitst, phi in1 gf r at ha if ri ii, i to, orh . iti l thne matter iif linic. iit' tic tii il snventury. Our entire ht ack . af bla":n need a bl an ket If str lrgest ndilt . and that*s~ :\i. i , this malte. annibantur. of tableay lttei titil whO ver ceant eiscorunt an tr phers. hl' n isslgi Butte.rmil|. ,.,ap tw,, ca thal . aot ha' . ret rw ci.i. b r if runtbbr i ht tir 4 uRemnntirt of blankets...l to. one al blanket dof to eamont thilf alue. R' ermcaitt ofsc table ltuter almen. drshoes, aissit n rp Ourterntire stiockt of blankets to b closed hate aut rcist.~ Di! ayoi of rpiler chent dicon inalig ~ . THE DAILi .JOURNA1 M31.Ew (ITT. MONTrANA. JOtlIKW.t.I. W IFATHFI 1K UPORT. ua tatmtmpvate. -30. Manh"af : I.me atu, l\ N 6 ai n, A dash baumn ma laust II .n bo or , J ~ , HI. f. BOYNTOW. w KATUHK f~lraffca?. Wn 03113?OU, Ja. It. j f]r To eaagmwr....

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. — 8 January 1894

Highest of all in Le.vening Power.--.a: .t: . . Guvo'; .port. IX P Powder AMOUuRELY PyRE 'TO THE PRESIDENT. MA UNEMPLOYED WORKMAN WRITES AN OPEN LETTER. it. 4ltelaed'e Attentkmi Called to tIndum tries. Belaed mod Labor Paperli.d -Dire Roeitt llu.t Fellow the Adoptle. of the Ir-Amerlelam Tarifr 311l. To His Excellency Grover Cleveland. President ,of the United Statea: S.R--As yrnt excellency is an Amer ican pretident. invested with the pow erstl influence of your high ofice and wiehliing that influence to force legis. lanotl antaganistic- to the interests of your a.olltntry, if it is Unt too late. it i. certainly nout out of place to a-k your cxcellency whither you ar- dritting; if the varied Interests of that plJrtiou of the world s itnbaatants living within the territorial limnits of the United Staetes and owing allegianlce thereto are not large enough for your stewardship: whether you are moving within the lins otf anatiional ). tle racy andl fr the inter.sts of th. t;ati'tonl tha...

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. — 9 January 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. V'OLUME XII. NO. zoz. "MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, zaq4. PRICE FIVE CENTS JUIDGE AND J.URY. Judge Milburn's Charge to the Grand Jury and the Lat ter's Report, TLgether with aa.mewhat ('itie Remarlsa of the (earl in Reviewing the Work of the Jury. An it is only on rare c'casions that a crtmmunity isn tirred from center to cir .nmference. as this has been recently by reaon the tf empanneling, investigation and report .f the grand jury. which hba mast 'conclulded its sittings, and in recoR nation ,of the general demand for the "rlact facts in thb- reas"' the Jork.·AL dewltean onsidlerable space in this issue ta the. publication in their entirety of Judge Milburnm iharge to the grand jury. the report made by that Italy on ~aturday last, andl the riemarks made tb thel jiudge the last menntionedll a.eas inn Thne harge. ha the grand jury was .Illi.are..t t,. that at- ly at thl- dlate o'f its ane-a alm, liug earl.s IF .'.remla. .r last. ;anl was as faol...

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 January 1894

iHE DAILY JOURNAL UNma enr. MONTANA. SBerVy wvueIg Bseept sniday. Tenrus of suberiptfow. I a.o., IN ADvTnCl. PoTareI PAID. ose month:............ 1A0 To crre smcanth s . b easrier. every evenin. aIt -5 cents per week. W LV IDITIO. IVLLOW PAPER. L Tear ............... .................S*3. oMoths. .................... .1.01 Tuesday. Januarv 9. M1%S. IT WAS our intention to ac.omparn. the publication of the grand jury mat ter given in this issue, with such .editor ial comment as the mati r and resulting circumstances anl conditions setem to warrant. nor is this intention now aba doned, but for this dai deferred for the rason that the unusual denand not upon our space ,for we have plenty of that but upon our oplrative .tepart ment. renders it impt..ible to treat the subject as fully and carefully as we de sire to. in this issue. To such of our readers as expect an exrression of lil ion on a matter that has to a degree em oulsed the community. we beg to say that it will be forthcoming. ...

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 January 1894

When you go shopping it's necessary to supplerent nt wh: you want with knotinil s h,,r, t< get it. W\ h;att 'vr .. i ant ;ii in ti line of dry tood!s, our ,t,,re i lthi one place in .lil , ( itv t, r:eil your purcha-ses. Y'ou gain tever' way by doing ;,so. W\V have the largest stork. and tlhat gis tilt widest range for choice. and otur large salts ;tanI close )uyin I,l;..e us far ahead of all cmnil, titors in the matter of prlces. ('oni to us and Ih sure of always getting what you want foir less money than you can cl~sehere. Remnants of dTres gloodl now on sale nmark-ed do, h to albout half value Remnant, of taill linen. cldds and endt in towels. chihlrens dresses. ladies skirts and wrap pers, childs and misses leggins, all go at ha'f price to c,.os before ilventor'. Our entire stock of blankets toi be closed out at cost. ,l) yo ,u need a blanlet If stl , .tnhll; this salt. 20 .r cent (l- i ,out ilo .ti li !i shoe, huttermill. soap tiot cakes ftr 25c \Ve hase just recciv% l a Ii ...

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. — 9 January 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.- Latest U. S. Gov't Report. AJ Powder ~,~Y ~ lY PUREI~ MANITOBA GRIZZLIES. MONSTROUS BEARS IN THE FORESTS BACK IN THE MOUNTAINS. °ame of Them Tower Sis Feet Ahoe a Mae. ad it Take. Nerve totand In That Tremeadlea Pre.eeen-A Heater Saved fia Life by Dolg a Clre.m Act. Fifteen years ag,. said George W. Rae. s Manmtoba pioneer, the grizzly bear was so plentiful among the Mani toba Rockies that the Hudson Bay com pany anunally sacured mitany hundreds of their skins frum the army of hunters and trappers that had its range in that wild region. but today this tier,.e and ponderoucs btwt-inowhere S. tieree or Sf such enormouns plrroulrttluis as amllng the Manitoba fastners -s-is quite is rari ty in its old haunts. and I doubt if one can now be conic ut;,ln without i diffi cult and tedious jnt rney of at least :lsI miles into tile inter or willerness of th. province. The I-srizzl lt; met with ;llllm t a bard a rate ,.st i ntT;i,,. althlough. fromt the natur...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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