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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 15 February 1894

_TH Y ELLOWSTOE JOTINAL veOus' X u. NO. 'sp. MnLKS CITY, NOTANA. THURSDAY. PEBRUARY 5s. tZS PRICE PFY" OTui8 WILL RISE. 6mb Threwer Dredao Says His eam wn tsee um Ametey toeadMNO o . e I - ano aee siseesl-A Us.es laS .asset be=n ism. Pauas, Feb. la-Breton. the bomb terower, was arraigned in the polls s-ar this morning He carried himself 1 with the utmost semntery. Whenaffedud if he had ever agpernd In te pnios eert before, be repteld, "1s not my custom to frequent each places." In naswer to further questions he said be bed at the police because they chased him with drawe swords. One of the pdie laterrupted by msying that the puice were trying to save him from be lag Use to pisses by the mob when be lied. That proves." retorted Breton, "that the people are a wretched lot. In say case whether I die now or two moethe later does not matter a straw to me." The prisoner then assumed a coarse. ehbsmg tone. and seemed toglory in the notoriety achieved. He wounded twenty or more with the bom...

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. — 15 February 1894

DAILY JOURNAL 65??ds CITM. newrANA. Uvesy a3eeks Osseps suday. Wase. of a8bse a a. s maen.. m asvaom. oeetsa Para. 12 0A -s e -, -een edes, at a emes per week. weassu amwsosa. ,m.waw ramss. Thessday, February 15, 18N9. MINOT LEDGE LIGITHOUUL. The Bomber"e terem Whisk Wiped the 0rip Ima Sie e.ete Oat .f EZastaees. The lighthouse on Minot's ledge Glands within the shadow of a tragedy. It is the second structure erected upon Oe ledge. The first lighthouse and the lves it held were claimed by the sea. Begun in 1847 and completed in No. vember, 1848. it was overwhelmed in April, 1881. Its destruction was the Most tragic event in the history of our lighthouse establishment. The stroc lure was an octagonal tower supported pon wrought iron piles strengthened by braces. The piles penetrated five lest into the rock. On the braces, 84!Y feet above the rock, the keeper had con utructed a platform for the storage of balky articles and had fastened to the lantern deck, 68 feet above the rock, a 5...

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. — 15 February 1894

So pieces of Linen Chambry. Good value at 3oc. We are making them move at - 10:. Get in on this. Mercantile Housekeepers. don't fail to see the Huck Towels that we offer for Size, 3ixao; fancy border, fuiged; S$.75 per dozen. Gonpuy. THE DAILY JOURNAL 45Ws*L W3A1U sWW iiu. U wAILW £ . inA -tmlira e-e.. >tMw. Usm R. II. IO Obnrw urn ammm 4.M W. 4. W hd US. NinE busgi.s P' . burn aa.M 010 a V. w. ass4em1. wVaS up is . best soft ease, nd wem .as s aabw am.. L.. athner teorhmel cs Maet alght's tldm kma vbit is tsolme .s I Maihabs. - Ths. wars jelly dies up the rir l'as slght,mou guib a umeber weat up boan towa. Y. C. 0esmsm, the asttlems, eameis !test his psmsaras, somh Debatsemch s bat alwe tblu. Wasmi-Ulisbi. mma, pirmmndt posisus mtamp and robees.e, A. T. Mamma, meas this pupa. e U. W. Kuight Jr., resolver dt the St-e etgee Manoes! hash, .amedews trom alass this aoneig. Dr. ses was nuled to Nasoebas aee ught o se. MAu M.Desgliss, sad hep pily bead me sesuenasieet To -e s arwomusm ...

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. — 15 February 1894

-.. ý i . rt.: U..Gv D. ODOO WW"A CtOW OOS 216 aMon and Dmees as w- - gi11 esaes amads sem a At a.>a Jide A. J. Plowman of Deaiwood. L D., 3Mesteid nstioasl renows is 1i8s M be ihasse i Crow Dog for the so Spotted VaiL The memory M r. Plowmans plac* leal ASht. s whiek he carried that celebeated q"e to the United States -preme court Or secured the a ittal of his red i cnsed s when the hangman's pooes was about to tighten aronad the aisck of the condemaed prisoner, stilt Mves ta the minai of the legal frater aity througbout the west. In speaking of the matter Judge Plowman related as incident of the trial which has never before appeared In public print. After Crow Dog had been seatenced to be hanged," said the eminent jurist, "I went to Washington to lay the case before the supreme court of the United States. I instituted habeas corpus pro esedinge to secure his release on the qeestion of jurisdlction. While in the nation's capital I was surprised to re ceive a telegram annbul :ng ...

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. — 16 February 1894

. :.. ,. ~:.....,..>.:r l-.,:, 'l3l.,• ~.: :.:,7i :. ..S . .. .:...,.:.. ... .· ..,.:. :,c'- · ppl .`:.P . .: ;: `. .`i! :. .:.: `.....: . ... . . . I , 7 . _. I__ Y LLO S TJE JOR 'vOLU L Z O. Z. MILES CITY . tANA, FRIDAY. PE3MWAJY 16. zarr / PC 1PR .,` - ·, 1,^ THE WOOL CRISIS. A Treasury O siad Badear SS to' aplahis Its Cause. MW. Cbtet smar is e db -la see I. eeneel a- sr mI s. l.m.emese. haesem*. Wasrrzswuo , Fb. iL--l ase to a resolutis at ae a Weaiagae C. Feed, blst of thei t"nls a Mtalbisca od the treasury departmatt, set in to day as elaborate report upon "-Wool and measdetura of wool." It es lb. aeeese is the production Il aelun countries. especially in Booth ApIriac, Australi and Africa. has ben tar oater thea is the Uaited Shtaes. While the American clip hba trebled alsno 180, the Australian clap has in cresed earl lid; that atd outh America eis fohld., and South Africa Ave Sad. s. that the year I L4 produci1ng interests *m*a the most bered oountries. as AstraliaL a se...

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. — 16 February 1894

Ane - aUewe mg. a '* s.r * . P. a. N" M m-·I m a . " mee Oasine I .rTN, Ndm . ON taN, mfumi. WLUO ro uamaL a ro lsrw Utemaees wm nap ear Nes****.e A***** oh. Umii.. I PerhIs. who was enmatly Is Mt lahe. N. a.. whm maked how the Ome mas felt aboat the Wilon bill. repd: *There Is g t reijaide all over Ca g * *Now,' apd the editor of the t. ea the 40 lime fatories about .S. Job" b free lime will soom stmet them up again. Whe the nw Wilem tarl bill is inaed. we will make ovir .1.03,00 weeth lime around St. John mad amd a the Stats. Our ownaCa.ndiman sip. wl carry it to Boeton. We will help or fara.ms and miros.' " -HBat how will this abet the 100 tieksLOs down at Bocklad., Xdr I ' Why, those Knaox, Iouol sad Wal M. county mmekmlers have algesy desed dows. We ca gt our rsw ma ta dcheeper here. and labor is cheaper is Camda, and w: can knock the Yen uses out or comoml them to come over hle ad work for Canadian wage. le bests reei rocity, and there wo't te amy more tm c i. Canada about a a...

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. — 16 February 1894

Udn ir 0o pieces of Linen Chambry. Good value at zoc. We are making them move at -100. Get in on this. Mercantile Housekeepers, don't fall to see the Huck Towels that we *der for -O0 o. Size, 36x2.; fancy border, fringed; $2.75 per dozen. Company. THE DAILY JOURNAL 915" C!?T. UONTANA. .OvSSNL WKASBS BAUP@?. £ dub hbrf.. a nub., mm. bibs u.ff. SAq~l LOCAL maim. .U.. tammem.... : Earn simoams. IL PmdImm~tlr n alaM boom. , w. ai. wnui1 f, ·~YL~b~···rawl* arr ·n~t u O brn hJWlrwuua t v w ar Waumuemu, dl. a.. S.a.m.. ii. data LOCAL ITUM& W. D. 5 maat i burn the meek t.luday dtmn~a a"d Wwh meurs t Iemkhmi rw has a __ M m Smý!. imb S a, -I II ,,NUT. ~·r~mrrmi N A mmber d ladfy lemdis ae.tlilma Men J. Smeluii ad mater at the eat deee of Ma. Ompt. Harme yeeutdr .fpeeoe. T-hagh a mepts,- the mat was happy I. the estsmesad much apprelasted by the two ldhs, muh rer eased, ma with the joyous omi easmi was m ualed the bse thoumht of seitahe -ssemen. The mamy trutaWWl tetilmolel in ha. half of...

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. — 16 February 1894

; rre a-i.Mmt U. S Gov't Rcport - r- - p. so ThE TtMPERMA NTS (V+ th alsaleseaisemuIewas Wmee $ inslesdagin b to GAd a me then MIFr Im- l a sass a P. eisor ha -eao the be-1 i aiW s te i p rammms meis nserly .4 neas s-- ey, the choleric, asaglse, mahacholy and mpb stie. The es.t em.s of ane or the ether of then temperaaBets may be discerned, he says ts his work on "The Istan Mii" very asly in the gret maorttny do children--ta the ae and quarter of the Irst year. beyogand a doubt. Nearly every one who has written about temperameatq nas got up Sclassification of his own. (ale bhad blas. Haycock ave six. OGraham own seven. and others have got down " low as two. Modern writers use the Vd nervous for choleric, and bhlious Smelancholic temperament. With these verbal modificatons, the old les )deation seems to answer all practical purposes. and individuals ean build up anbinations as needed. Hutchinson deAines temoperament as Ie sum of the physical aeculiarities of a man exclusive of ,'s te...

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. — 17 February 1894

4 - E YEtOWSTONE JOURNAL *qLvu mL ý . N $. MIs CITY, MONTAMA. SATURDAY, PEARUARY 57, if4. C PICE e`.;ggg u ana ! r Ti IILi WATt i. A. T. L ir.Ed. Kpip L O A . (IW d I. L y n . (l a g -~ ~ .AT(yI U9m= w~Fý M1, DIEMTUII. P rods S n o K6 d dlý g M i. C ttw :N (ovwt!. slw .dýs/g.........! l.I. III. Mre. M.. l J( J 1c 1Y. - rMý.. .ltes 4 fi n.......... . fl. :u PRUcUIANS . *iL . AN1D3UUD . IIL. D-. U. IL IL IMPORTANT CASE ,iWharh e c.nt. Cu. Gram . .... eauge actsw.Us vane eaes ses *. imns A.M.ues fe As naie. seass.. -om". n.wascsa. Feb. It - Appibedss was made It the Uaned sa us sent yesrday acaranon by the empyloe f Northern Paole- rad. t-ori mcna leaders, for a modiestion of the famous laege m iured by lew meakbs es -alas the mea Iena lesavig the road. Jeekins has st Peby. WM as the dats tr hbelap the muas, wbich bI mads ea bhhlf tArths,tas grend .hint of the Bestherhood of Loeomotive Egi mees; K P. Sergent, grand chief ot the Brotherhood of Icomotlve Piremen; K. E. Clark. graed Chisd...

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. — 17 February 1894

9FE DAILY JOURNAL *be* 0111111sew n.. eabmee Waml gmaemeam.dr 19b"114 4W asser Man.11 ........i ........." Istuedy, F'ebruary 17. MSt. A sueras e aarahist wea bead oa Thuresdy evaessg is oremwseb park. Loedao, with his latedrer eamnomy pro. fusely dibribated over the surreuadig landeespe, sad a brokes bottle lylag b. his elde. Is this country the bottle weMuld've hestalned whieky, bet the eircumetaatisl evidence was strong that is this caw B had bees fled with Os plshves, and that the moribund gentle man who lay dying beside it. had stum bled and falles with his precious load while a. mischief beat. The civlised world will heartily approve at the out Coae. sad heartily thank God that sore shay pebble r triliag inequality la the seiwaik--r perhaps a much abused beanes peel- -was the means at divert lng the peat up and muuderoae energles of the bottlW egaita a proper victim. Rtou 'en ait that Peckham has bees enairmer by the senate, but the latest adviaee 1 re do not promise any such ...

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. — 17 February 1894

McIntire Mpeoial . So pieces of Linen Chambry. Good value at zoc. W. are making them move at -100. Get in on this. Mercantile Housekeepers, don t fail to see the Huck Towels that we effer for Size. 36x2o; fancy border, fringed: S2 .7 psr dozen. Company. THE DAILY JOURNAL MILKS CITY. MONTANA. JOI7RNAL W ATUSM amar?. Temp. WinRld jW~asibs. A dash bef..r a nnmber means indw gemo. 3AMT UWC*L mAi. .azsram ismapeutsm. S. Milatam tsaa.fataqv.. -4. Mann tnmpeeatura. U. ?uslipltatlua iis at Ii bar.. .N a. 3. 30!KTON, WZAThK3PUI AOIhT. W* sein.. s.º II. ~~Ta .bmmo. Mila City, Mwaa: MI ata - alc : rileM.ata Nm-~ll bs 5k basgast I. /a N hMsu kmaa d . u.. Its dat LOCAL, ITtEMS. Admkm aIJo pilsy tamigbt 5 giant. W.3cLi..iw of Pesqb is In k~ £"e.4 w ,4 basalt ewamat tblA Jam*baY~sbe~ hist beew at 3.1 V.31 Mim et wsý Im , ,k I - 5,S.. i~~ *i Revenue Collector Batler returned on this mateimg'S bale from a western trip Go to ase "Topry Turvy" tonight at 1 Firama s. hall and "laugh and grow t fat." a ...

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. — 17 February 1894

f IeM L emag Power-Latest U S. Gov't "Re ort y:d ifl S iAsaurey ras A VNLLAGER. was as We basder Unam walesws tat he ass he ifa ther's hesm. wass waa t eye as set- as Nee bWlliewsm. he msa to wee h a aa bea theIe t o tha., I sh. ese thy mealy gema. hsmetess ise ma thy being thea. SIbty yesrs new isaes we wers wes . We ewe illeaa sea m a sed aot to be md. * an atle msere Is as blue and soft As the day when be wooed me in father's Yet ehamged gam I s bedy as mind. Por Willis to me has arer been kind. Serally drinking as singing with the mea. Ja *'.d Come home bIadsxelghts of them e. As istws the children begrowa an mem He'as shunned the bease as bIt me loee. An leas an less he brings ma in O' the little he now has strength to win. The root lets threugh the wind as the wet. An master won't meand it with as ia 'edebt. An all looks every day more worn. As the beat of my gowas be shabby an torn. Me wonder it words had a.grown to blows. That matters not. while nobody knows, Tor bove him 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. — 19 February 1894

VOLUME XIL NO. 136. MILES CITY, *WAA ODY gf'AY " yw..aAMA, MONDAY. FE*RUAEV· a IT ý -e-- rrr Its lumt 7t 12L trTý . 1 12un 1111 Wt"v m.u. temT mi ttz LAMA IHL t TT s s "m, V mr .. .m . e.. .as STATE. An~abJatias SS" r rwzor FUDURAL. U 0rr~..'. IL t~ 'ter r t.'. fle h L.· . Kcil City ýtIlfl.trtt: Atksl broW. Es uihwa . bike ('fg MIýW ` .. ff. lIL~ritlrl= Yr. ~t " (~OUWT!. ~ J~swkfe a Uiktt /mim .aeer... . k.. Sw if MkOates 1I. ii ruwelrrC'U arririan ..3 . . (~fri .u tkw .a . a ........ ..t .. N I IR""',LtWaft i Pn rICIAw5. DSi3. k (AL .. :. ll.hb. a.. as. `u !i e.. a~ * a1M.. m..... pUO. .. 7t N... Mr""rb ...Wad b pr. Pf~b adb YL LOLML im o l;"i~r.U"w hsa`s. ~sub. 3,1 -- - -- r L~ ----- ThW 'CE KILLED Aad Several Were i --!,s SCave is the ekero c er tme e a we WM imi ,e a, Whtsh asLU cmss a 1I*mt one 5amb. Weias at. Idaho, Feb. I-i-e be-. fore the haaL .r shdE at the ueaker Hill mis last atghkt. thee. m as pd at weo la whath is haow a the Will caved ie.ri. whick, iffl thougW4 will It...

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. — 19 February 1894

,T AL 4__ mi. e Iana' " is aL --- asdMa.sreads wsaaracse. Il, th aupreme ert vaseasy, w snected at eL6rm.ot. Is th mamos r.ay by a y brumesc red os-U4 to Si-ard N w.a Ce uerane wMs hove to try -hes. Th. easltye at the coed shows 3o1cmal.r. OppCm ed we. l5demtor te who voted and 4 who were paIred. ut woeld hbws voted agalast ionarmatioe. S. that it appears that afteir satsteria patronage is a style that was positively sekles with the present administration et very Sottea to the admelhtratto, though the statue cannot be ately elaimed as l catle at the vote on purely pertia questions which thead manisteate m ay advocate, as for i. taaee, the t.r I bill. It is chiesy in struesten In owing to what extent the tead in the Amert Ma hors at lbres bmowsas .enrtorial courtesy, may te washed. A we have before statedal e ater Hill was much more deeply -wo earned ea the resection at Peokhathan at orablewer. The letter had. It is tree, regisled.,both by awo d and d. d, his disapproal at Tammany po...

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. — 19 February 1894

So pieces of Lines Chambry. Good value at zoc. We re making them move at Get in on this. Mercantile Housekeepers, don't fail to see the Huck Towels that we suer for Siue, 36x2o; fancy border, fringed; 12.75 per dozen. Company. THE DAILY JOURNAL dSWSUAL w3AYUUS UWB.s A£ i l k  . aane mahb s assw.. m~ .aIwms. -IL m.. a~.pas.a. 4. I. s. suoy , wh~t- r .... LOCAL 5MK& A a N d ..k. d 900 m A.UA. Vf midvi bar Na. Yak AM i rMirat hd s 1QI b 110 fir.. .rig.. J ý 1 f·Y1 A tellIIs .ofmsM.e.uthe * 5 W. 3a t Jr., eweiwr the to H ons aes ust y a eM1r emee as.elr-aMs lw e b . .m, ga - Mea, se te papr. lhes. whobmwheeaum ensems to emses tIo-teioe Star te PByhia bhenqut absul& be pempety had at Mm<ml bl. th Is evellll. pro. p d to esr Cy O ads rb p)serbial ap an. l e the masq..rme salt.. t .sm see.n. at MSa lk ua. * Miass D*t past thioyeald boo baster Gray. is aotewr f, lmeom. stable mestrel Ar the Aaerlg al derby. whi is to be rua at Ch re a le S h. ad w ll be wth F O to the wimder. "I'...

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. — 19 February 1894

ýL .1` 1 44.cr~thw .mme was rns- asem+e A" o tH tte t p ¢ war Hb vsaed dM ath. angsoa .ilicaMs toni ý.. nraL cn...a -e...l I. i euI.Wl ,SIinmt dir wh itMm 1364, lan. Tb. lua 7s t.Iny taribuen wi.n ibe s uumber, all adem de Mel amo, Uaem Geamne L - ee I Se.mon and Keersaw. They were all w time when the dimer was alled. It was served on a rough pne tblme, with eat a cover. it General Lea's weather beaten teat. It oasisted of boled cab bage, and eight e tea beiled sweet po tatoes and a dish to rice cooked dry. The piece de resistance, which landeed tib knightly gnesam found it hard to resist, was a small bit of hat bacon. about 8 .nches square. that lay on top of the large cabbage. Now, bacon was as are to the Confederate camp at that timea as are roses on the northern hill tgps in December. You can imagine, therefore, the self restraint exercised by each guest a they declined in turn a slice of the delectable moat proffered by their host, who bek: the carving hkite d fork ready to cut...

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. — 20 February 1894

`7' 7T~ TILE YELLOWSTONE JOUR AL VOLUME XII. NO. 136. _ MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2o. I$94. /' PRICE FIVE C.M*i 1 . m m m mm m mm s . m~m m . m m s .mm m . .. , .. m.. . ._ '... PHPEICE IEUIIIATIOUS. MAIDA CLOE. . w. M p.mat. ............ ..g 7 a.m 710tp.m. . ..................... saw =.C 114p1.m. . dp. m. ..... ....... ... ý >. amas &W. m cm rns. NNýNý hitie Tit ile. & *I UM ct 1L·K.I trrrd.U. fi. . 0.11'. ( M. fl aanit. l. mombern J. S Hartan. aReekeD. J. Al . N I . ... W Y. Prhle . inleseitr HB, . H : ff lefte n~bL~I: ··t c~& A.U.* tercr . Amedb~sties. E . aersidk ull fi IKIJERAL. (1..ta 0 .. 0. F.UIa i~m eaio . .J. H. ?iFn.yiey.ea cie A. W. Lsma Helme w L O .5. (ordca..Milan City .A.IPI T. 'nid !llcCt l r F . K,,idlec. 3)... City LAM er H. . B..Tatau. ile. ('it Je Slewed Judicial District Hoe (". Milbu.Mi. .... w. W. kirdlier. Mie.City ('0t'NTY. M~ ,dsest .... . R wf kl J. Nawkins. Miles('1ty S A. H l.w.. Msert. 4.......r. (ir Nen. . I ýrta~l~e. W MI....

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. — 20 February 1894

. NAL............... ta eUa.,a3 aauwfs. mweeeae ne. . w r eas s .... ggel amw smrs~ wA .. .m am i sw . .sv. 8 w . I I hemisy, Phaueary 3. ilM. wvmes as .ahmee. Cel.et e . beinedm a sn.abesatbi' a farms who manage large mate. s ae measy a4 sep health an bsp w. Tie comforCet e id a ae are r sr than they are is th east, sad St poibility of gaining moare Mm a se living. Some ci the wom Sfa amer have woan amoe h me Meal famse Ms. Theodosa Sagpherd SVetura is haoewn in the east as emdtivator of Cli nai a tower sds and bulbs. rs. Strong is brown far anad wide as the womma who maks a good boom. by rainng and selling pampa Mgis. Mrs. L P. Buokingham of Va ./lle Is an erchardiat whose fruit .mmands the highest price in easter a·rke. Another uo al agriculturlit is Yr.n Georgia Kuhrdas. A does years ago she was aon invalid, awidow, o,. with four boys to bring up. he nlthing of fruit raising, but with tem Iase recklemnemh be pusrcased 88 acrs at land near 8a Jose and st t itt as Sorchard. Now sh...

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. — 20 February 1894

ypeoial,. o0 pieces of Linen Chambry. Good value at 2oc. We are msaking them move at -100. Get in on this. Mercantile Housekeepers. don't fall to se the Huck Towels that we offer for -8oo. Sise, 36x2o; fancy border, fringed; $2.75 per dozen. Company. THE DAILY JOURNAL JU3NAIL W~U~tE 33V03T. A d .hL1. aaem. mmO hT* Am. JO SAIl LOCATl. mAa.r -: M a. .... -- . M"mm Ir -y Amgae d s . b ak ... ..6..o.. Ii... ý..Ormý.ar.. lbaa.i . (1. suina , criaaiia LOCAL ITEMS. goal tnkr m~w f.d from tbe T a -. ;I kw kWir ·I h i.~a L~rbr - g~ -brtrdot -Qlrrr *4 Is de vste .wan Demw mw an Uib. Subserih s to the big neas dsllles emawsre as f p i t W wee mat pet sash pae as the Now Yak WorM, the Okq later Oases, th) w Ptn Pages, aher alit and some low d Lby fsrres.g are *ir *Ine. b. t O w so. siw w -t ras r u viewus the .oupeon pa. . e a at ll e Mpeu * ser p. n eId a d ether aspgr as. lo mior .6 n laas g md than the pgeps igs qe abyq sse gto kb Is I. gssidolts OWr ho4 ke 4144 etepr*da is thaepukle birnt. ...

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. — 20 February 1894

rin tLest power.- Latest U. S. Gov't Reportt ytd '¶ -B P b'' IrALIYICE L FRS eEND OF RAMADAN .ItC ACCOU4T OF THE CLOSE OF THE FORTY DAYS' FAST. " m arst w1ams clae"t ma bs As a sad .ada mne a o ms msas-Th stens Vp.. Whis me Iesemulbei.rst esam . .Is asa - We sat in the lset's auedow, with our bore turmed toward Cairo. There were -ees of s, the shek of the eightor. hog village, Ahmed and 1. The clear e-msae of the Mokbattan hills was hid =de ia the thick mist generated by the heat; the city was a gray blur against -he black sides of the uplands. Below u, amid the sugar cane, the fellabin worked with am affectation of energy. oma-etimes a voice came to us mellowed by distance; sometimes the sail of a versel glided phantom wise over the blue uibbon of water that twin.d along the valley toward Alexandria a- d the delta. A month before I had een the mee s.nger. leave the city ar i strike into the desert. Twenty-fou hours later, dusty and hot, they reti tned, bearing news. The new moon ha...

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