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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 21 February 1894

THE YELLOW8TONEJOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 137. MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTIFFICEIEWILATIOUS. MAILS ('LOSE. ....> (Allp m. M.fonday.t. Wedrdilays whey. Ja. M. 1;30 a. m. and Fridays.. 7:04p.m. AU p:s.ed al. l M o aday nd show7 ":110a.m. ( as.W SD. P.MN Uurther Pucfics Tim Table. LUaU tsm (IT! 60301 WEST. 4 { Mp. m. fr~t ý l4 It lim P* fMI. 1q a. . LAtVU MILES ,ITT 4444140 EAST. E. IA~aatae leal I :4 a. M. yPrites9: II.2 t.9Ia Sf13111_ Directory. ?4T.ITE. Wotary of 3. onr.4. I4. . Harts,t. l..: rona bn.ur J.34. H.4,wr.o Hi-I.,:, Pubis.. 1l.. if..u,.* H-u1sna Just..rr F. W. INo:.',t. ll.jsna Ahdnp arn, ii 1.4r" tA.-i.4.r. 11-.-... Amaciat. Ju.tw.-.". S.4 If Ii. w 'A t Hsint?. O. r N. 1 3. ...ol.. H F r.. > Hi.4, ... M,1" . . t) W.awn \4er.g 1. T 1 .134.?..: 14:.. 4 :43 ".dat. u'.n,,-.4,.I,,'ti Ma k r4.trwtrNi..,It 444 t~,utldt.1 NI...r tlat.. .atew H Sof F~kaiaka 11M ir npr"« trta. * -I H. MItk.i 110.4.1 .) " ... Ha oi l . .3 i.wknu.. N,...

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 February 1894

`THE DAILY JOURNAL =EL 05??. 3, WwANA. Wweer ZwUalug uases" Smeday. TruNs of aeser,4 ons. Big n*..1 ADVAUCU. VOWIa3 PAID. o Cm swes, eues fte seeer. weerr esaes, at t sat per week. wsseLT seersoe. TH.LLOW PAPBB. Wednesday, February 21. 1884. A (TREAT DPALINE. Mr. Henry Watterson s remarks while In St. Paul. that if Mr. Cleveland's see ced term had only been his first there would have been no danger of a second. is one of those bright and daring gener alities. for which he has become famous. And it is literally and absolutely true. Indeed. we do not know of any parallel for such a change i' the general estimn tion of any public man as that which has Mr. Cleveland for its object. As it is no more freak of popular caprice. but is well justified and fortified by facts. it indicates either a total misapprehension of Mr. Cleveland.' character. lasting through many years, in which he was exposed to constant criticism, or to a radical deterioration of the man himself. We are inclined t )the...

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. — 21 February 1894

McIntire Speoial. So pieces of Linen Chambry. Good value at 2oc. We are making them move at -100.- Get in on this Mercantile II< eukeeper-, don't fail to see the iHuck Towelk that we offer for -00O. Sie, 32(. fancy border, frinkCd. S2. . per d1 /n Company. THE DAILs .JOURNAL NILE~ (ITT. MONTANTA. JEIIIINAL WE~ATHER REPOJST. A diash htforrn a uumt r n~ean. bwlow ten.. DAIL! LOCAL MEANS. Uaa~imun temiperature, 3 Mlamirum temperature. a,0. Meow temnperature. " Prseipitatioe is hast 34 boat.. As U. I. MOYNTON, To bsever !Lles('s. observer. Mastana -Fai:elt rtsi a HIAXMItEOTON. (blat of Weather Mose... NYoTU-Tbt aiove foroesee is for at ho.rs kern. 5. in.. its date LOCAL ITEMS. T. F. Hagan cams up from (Jiasadive lat night. _______ Iamp~e celebrated ,agee best at Bul lad's. ______ D. Oliver a lof idi,. is rqlgisred is Joseph Gihas. eae i. teroy Dash. Umu simsa e boasm Us a. mto 9 .. Dat haJo hs D hubabr sph Join Dauhis, is In toen his irneh s 1pmgan rvesr. Ihavsern fe r eas a Tully .....

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. — 21 February 1894

,gh*stof alU in Lealening Power.- LatLet U. S. Gov t ort. F?~e AMkOUXLY ~PUR UNCLE '.i's WINE CELLAR. so Dw.a'Lt brink, bat B* Ns. Leta of elatr e.es em -and. silt"ce pervades the place. ,knce of the tomb. The I m nsi already centuries sway. Ike Air Is cool and soothing. and three taring gas jets cast an intri cats -oinbinatlon of shadows upon the massive mnaso .. of the arches, says a writer in the Boston Herald, indescrib fag the wine vaults under the Boston custom house. After hundreds of years, when Bos too is only a hole in the ground like the ancient cities in the Mediterranean, some archaeologist will dig down through the accumulated duat of cen turies and find those hewn arches stand fag as they stand now. And yet the wht ile substantial struc tare is like the foolish man's house, founded upon the sand and mund of Bus ton harbor. Three thousacd tall pine trees stripped of their limbs, were driven down close together in the black ooze to form a toundation for the build tag. 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. — 22 February 1894

THE YIELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 138. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, FI:BRUARY 22, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS NOSTOFFICEIEC UIATIS MAILS C'LOSE ' 4. %d.......g..... r S Moadapa. ~ 7iwa. · we masiflk Time Table. Laata .ms Itit gotue wmat. M it)igb %)S af . mi. LAY ML ( ... StDtA. L.At rt 1 r"It , nt seat Frt~gbt i :tt p, m ýý Frwigd rbl Y'I". . m. Ofcial Directory. Mtasbw of I nar.". . 1. !{, Irtruac t. I fi. i na P(* .· 1. kickrnl.. 11 "I,.,.. a rk of State L. ..w'witt. H»I.", ot Prub uri r I.. W. ri- t. II"L .I., Audi,.., i ietir.1 n H I. n.*I.n Ptub In. . E. I . . ',t,-- .. r r I". 1." na a~w.,lidn it nn.HI.Lra. 11,it", Jtuta . N. 1 i rn 3r rt.,ll H""L,·nl k Suprrmm.1'rt !4"n W-4-1, r If--;--na eiw~ra.u..r w `}° r " i ai.i..I. MII litym FFI*.Rkl 1'. Jadel~. ( ',i~e Htrt~,lrrrwr l i ll.,. I,.. ft r r I..uni;t,.. 1. t O. SI. M r *). . J H k r . ne HM I Ii) tart. . .. 1 RN. Lyma. HIkaLak rr . J. k..Mr k n Mica I R.4 iwrla it. Mr.. tip ?.al.urt.r . W . ft. flatB rmBB . an i He..m...

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. — 22 February 1894

RE DAILY JOURNAL Um. Cl, IOrOMAJA. uaey Uesmins asseept Stand s. r Br.sseridpo. o -t-- spamm. ..... p eaa ' aCc at .................. 1.0 e ,ardr ever m at c.mts per week. .-.-- - sfi l aace. Ta Low Pas. Thnrsa!, February 22. 1894. MYSTERlIO'U ELECTRICITY. L1e Unman Mind Iay Never Stlve the Preblem of What It Is To the metaphysical mind on the one .moad and to the confident ignoramus on .,e , *her the mysterious nature of elec '- offers a fruitful subject of specu To the latter especially it seems S I, that the true nature of elec v i*ni not long before been made .mno feat, and he is always prepared to lash off an explanation with much more confidence than Newton proposed his theory of gravitation. It seems inexpli eable to the public at large that the mys tery surrounding electricity is not dis pelled. It does not seem to occur to those who are impatient to have the great question, "What is electricity'" answered that we are in just as dense ignorance as to the mechanism of other p...

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. — 22 February 1894

linti re iSpeoial. 50 piccc of linen Chambry. Good value at 2oc. We are making them move at 100. Get in on this. Mercantile II, ,s k ''.r ,n t tai t, See thi Ilucik lou~eI that no offer tq - 00o. frCngomp a: -: ,cr w/-ny Company. THE IAIL1 .JUHRSAL MILEMN (IT. MONTAWA. LOCAL ITEMS. Dug l.ng is in town. J. II. Patterrmn of Chicago is in the city. emp a celebrated lager beer at Bul. lard's. * C. R. Deeley arrived from Chicago last might. George H. Clark of Chicago spent the day in town. W. B. Day of Chicago registered in the city last evening. Everybody goes to the masquerade at the Macqueen this evening. Hot artesian baths from R a. m. to 9 p m. at Joe De kert's barber shop. " Judge O. F. Goddard came down from Billings this morning. having some court business to look after. This is Washington' birthday and the proper way t celebrate it will be at the frensu's dames tonight. Leave orders or coal at Tully'e. the pseers; A0 per too. * W. W. Alasmoo. Mrs. pt. Marvel wll probably goost 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. — 22 February 1894

Highe-est of all in Leaveling Power.- Latest U. S. Gov't i--ort. IX c-j APowder ýABSOUUIMEY PURE IMPECLM.OUS LOVERS THEY BUY ENGAGEMENT AND WED DING RINGS ON CREDIT. Sinset so Pay em ste I.euasUmat Pa... ad tie lar swee.thea Ner K.ew Abeet It-As laterestla Talk With a Camdestial Clerk. An engagement ring contracted for mn the installment plan ia now as com mon a business transaction as the fit ting tp of a boarding bones on the same easy payment plan. There are several New York jewelry firms which do a prosperous business among prselwctive bridegrooms ton the credit system. One of these is located on a promi Dent down town stret. Engagement rings and wedding rings are here sold on credit, the weekly payment being 50 cents. At this store the other day a bashful young man asked the chief clerk to show him sonme rings suitable to present to a young lady. "Engagement ring. eb " said the clerk in a confidentia undertone. "*e.re you are. sir. th. very latest. Forty-five dollars--eax ,i-it...

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. — 23 February 1894

HE 1ELLOWSTONE JOUJRNAL. VOLUME, XII. NO. i39. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23.. I8p4. PRICE FIVE CENTS A ~ ~- -S--- AE-llasa POSlOFFICE IEGUIATIOIS. MAILS (LO053. 7ts ID . m. S Mna~da.. Wrdara-aa j hVuiaua......... 7 !1 a. m. AIp.t. . ltdr a im Pp. .. 7 M p.ma. Ct.W. SIma, . M.U UNo sa Paiai Time Table. Li~tNm t oi lip. 1" 49 P.M. fglr il-1p... of IUl1t a. in. N pdatee Ma~l ht1 t a.m. N p Freisbula. IV Atl I. in. Off salDirectory. 'CTATE. UMli~rofi (..ngrN.. 4 . Hallowne,, l~m.i',it.. 9siuwm.r J. h. ifirkarit.. H.j..,aw U jm ino 'Ii.: 11..1tk,i. H.I.fita 111aa ift~at." 1.. Il.tagit. Il.4r -,a 4 Trra.uner F. Wt. W rtgl,t. H.Ifi."... Ul.Audit..r 'mur.. H. t ...4. 11. 1.,a Aus rali Jti"tit Jt. H Ihi"1ti Halt,. lKu iKR'mI..A.S..r" .Ln Cu.t. " tn 1.'. 1'."m. Ljt.na,. Hr"I.",a k tprm tart ii " 'i . ".I. t." t .il.ta } S r Aira, , ra i,.. (1Ii Vi .,. Hit-.na K. ar.iim ta,.,.n.. .1 . If i.Il.r 1 N 1.4.. ,t IJI'il r"r tI. 'T . Iyna, ., r..It..I ,, k. i,ii~kt. Nifal" i t't S ta, ato...

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. — 23 February 1894

WEDAILY JOURNAL _u_ omI. @MONANA. Ivrm. ueffl Shdf a-" i.. 1f 3*U.. ID AS**. Pow" PAID1. !Ocm osmiumY. wr Mu. 01617 elRims. at, int w ob >wek. Friday, February 23. 1984 WOOL fear 114 1?. in the general overhaulirg that the Wilson bill is receiving at the hands of the seaste. it now apsesae probable that one Montana product will be accorded a measure at protection, though the con cession is not made for the Montana product, but because certain southern senators are interested. This product is lead ore, and the probability is that it will secure a duty of one cent a pound. a reduction of one-half cent from the ex isting schedule. Eight democratic sen ators. repressetig Maryland. West Vir ginia. Alabama and Louisiana. have agreed to stand pat for protection on sugar, coal, iron and lead. and if they carry out their compact, the tariff bill must be altered to suit their views or be defeated. It is much to be regretted that the friends at wool could not secure -a representation i-i th...

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. — 23 February 1894

5o pieces of Linen Chambry. Good value at 2oc. We are making them move at -100. Get in on this. Housekeepers, don't fail to see the Huck Towels that we offer for -ao5. Siae, 36x2o; fancy border, fringed; $2.75 per doz.n. Company. W THE DAILY JOURNAL MILK* CITY. NONTAINA. JOVWMAL WBATUR REPORT. r Temp. ind Weather. 3" M pitt a I15taim Vlear std a axe .1 l t.Mali Clear A dash before a numbtr means below zero. DAILT LOCAL 33A*3. maxima. temperature. 21 Miahmum temperature. -13. Uarn temperature. 4. Prlstpitatbmo I. last 3U hebnr. AS H. R. UOVNTON. Oberwer. WEATMEU POUVcAST. W& assutore, OPL, a To observer. HMile City. lMee : f odmtstr - Fair : rimes temperatrre/ I hbe t Nara-The absoe tresa.t is t for home bAum " a. m.. its date LOCAL ITEMS. Archie Hume of Etna is in town. Iamp's celebrated lager beer at Bal lard's. * J. B. Sharp arried from Boston last sight. Jack Buebdabis d Doms as in tows tdaly. P. V. Usew tb a. hbto Irq tin4i to ml is~~b toviý se.au II III.& p 6 asem am, *...

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. — 23 February 1894

3i et of all in Leavening Power.- ,..i tt '. au. v t ..port. oykd Powder AMSOUI ELY PURE IMPEACHMENT CASES. MRIti NAVE BEEN SEVEN SUCH IN THE UNITED STATES. Sao P1ut Was I. 1707 a.d the latest la W -Yhe NemebMle Attempt at the Ambashmeet t Pvee.tdet Adreew Jebagse-Twe meesemast Case.. The removal of federal offoers by im peachment proceedings, under section 4 d article $ of the constitution. has been easmpted seven times. The Blount case was the Arst. Wil Lam Blount. United States senator front Tenesssee, was charged in 1717 with conspiring with British ocers to steal of Louisiana from Spain for Eng lad's benefit. The house prepared ar ticles of impeachment. The senate ex pled him, after putting him tinder Mods for trial. Blount's defense was that a senator was not a civil officer liable to impeachment, and on thb ques tion of jurisdiction only he was ac quitted. Judge John Pickering of th. federal dist.rict court for New Hamz hire was ilapeached in 1803 for drunk. aness and profani...

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. — 24 February 1894

THE Y ELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. z4o. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24. 1894. PRICE FIVE CEN --i .....- POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS ('LOBE n::.....ý .o...,...Wi".:::::: . r.D.0p. m. Ind Puiday.. 3 a. im . River. Mo ida W Wedoer ndrday a. n urand Yid .... AD p in Special. Muodays ad AN I m. ... ..... ........ A11 :15 p.Q A a al.a Narival of ·aer Latrbefoae.. .. 7ip. I. aeiTobtla.. . .... f 09p. tt p p. i a. OsOm~a from Utotg * K.a ('SAS. W. Ssys. P. Y. hIktbra Pacific Time Table. LRAYD m1.ina (ITT GOINo WENt. I. Pasise mail . 611 .a. Y ýprea. Irr·t rI 411 p. m. LUSAT /ILSa EIT u110330 EAR?. U I Atlaatic Mail I: 4A. m. Y ý Ly rrr Pl·bt9:5a . Official Directory. aL M inn if .,,g,"... t II.rrnn I n; :trnor ,rIa. II. I.,. I'U a r,"1 :,.. k ! 11y.n-. t I 1: Il.. AArr *(. · Jiitr. F \ 1 ,r ".. "1. I, V 11, I I' .F. I. ll. i. Aea.a at."v . 3, : Y., t".., 1.. \I.,..1 ,r, U. ti. At t..r I. I. \t, .N3r i..1 · , w e th.rt ,.. ,"r I., H. ., I. . M I. - ,t)) I"1t I1IE I Jad*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. — 24 February 1894

'HE DAILY JOIURNAL W €Ds c0r1. mOyUIA. hvery eaomzass -*.s * k. !vems of Bseediptioa. - aan., w amwaoss oetrns PaM. ame amesk............ .... io crew semoesmmos aI meser smery ami., at seate per week. Surn:T tles.. lj, tow PAym. Saturday, February 24. 1894. US OF A FLYING MACHINE. m. May Be eaLaed by the Penbete. .f the taweett.a. What important prpose can Sight in air serve? Maxim, Langley and all who have studied the subject thoroughly agree that the speed of aeriation will preatly exceed that of any terrestrial looaotion. From this follows an entire economic ange in the direction of rendering im mense tracts of comparatively worthless srrvtory at distances of 20 to 40 miles uromc cities much more available. There would also result the relegat lag of city property in large measure -- business and storage purposes. This would to a large extent accom plish what Henry George sighs for. but wouald do it by means which do not in -olve any wrong to the land owner by the wage earner. Wi...

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. — 24 February 1894

Mclntire Speoial. o0 pieces of Linen Chambry. Good value at 2oc. We are making them move at - 100.- Get in on this. Mercantile ilousckeepers, don't fail to se the Huck Toaels that we offer for --3o. Siae. 3x2o; fancy border, fringed: S2.,; per dozen. Company. THE DAILY JOURNAL MILee CITY. MO1TANA. JOURNAL WEATMEB REPORT. w TrmTpIwind i Weatbet. .7d p'W) pi ~ y4'am 'lear WA th am a+ . 1 id'load A dast beftre a number soma s blow eeo. DAILI LoAAL MAate. Mealm.. temperature. IL Mialmum tmaperatur.. 0. Mesa temperature. I. Pvsptatioatl in last 24 bern. .3r 3. 3..DONTON. Observer. Wa suwrose. tab. as. T berb. ae City. Maind...: Ii Chief ofiia Satesa. Norm-The above.o rsaais loa br hobarn ~mom$. m.. Its dat. LOCAL ITEMS. Kemp's celebrated user beer at But. lard'. ______ e Tha morming broke forth a the mast plesat sad warmed thin moeth. Hot arsiteeeeths hfromn 5 a. I. to 9 p. a. a se Deserbemt'sssop.r idaw ad or ssld at Tellf. the Pseet II. po tm. * W. W. As...R.-w Pn.madmr te Aº.amema 1. ...

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. — 24 February 1894

Higest of all in Leavening Power. i:t: U. S. . Gov't Report. Powder ANBSOtULLY PURE CHARACTER LN GAIT. MRSONAUTY OF PEOPLE SHOWS ITSELF IN THEIR WALK. !!e ous A e U mos .s Csme-sh. Wmes Who sps Wsh PWith at Ase. mp-Ah. sa.. coaess e *.N with eaemer- T-Vs" a mey c.as ..** It is Plutarch who says that "An ac aon of small note, a short saying or jest will distinguish a person's real character more than the greatest sieges or the most important battles." and Lavater. the father of physiognomy, declares that no man can set a glass upon a table without betraying to a certain extent his individuality. True, no doubt, but one must have the keen vision. the well trained eye, in order to interpret these mystic signs. The indications of char acter as ex'nbited in the walk of a l.r son. however. are patent to every 1.e holder and may be deciplhered by tie most untttui red, tihet leat.. a-tte. Sit by your wintld w .oute finte miorni ing and watch th.- mon ; id wocumen as they pa,-• t, ' iitir va...

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. — 26 February 1894

TILE ELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 141. MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAIL" (LOG.IA M c) U~p . Tn. h. .n.a. tW~lu..da).s aad Fridays. . t.:i a. in. uiiRver. N..nda)a. Wr.dne.. H~ ad Fridays .. . . .:O n . mm.Strday. 4 ZM p. m. Mea~~~days ~ ~ aniFii). . I) p. in. Special . tilt I'nd flau1: Il Ia. I pmm INAS.erales W. $UIU P. m. lbrihera Pacific Time Table. LPES)SCN.U T CN tINSTu.in I. Pacfic M ill. it{ . in. 1ý R prol ishttCle a. m. L3AY3 MfL PITT 001U6 3*3?. b.3At a l. MadJ........... ..j:4eA. n. In" MF~alel 0:1 a. n., Official Directory. Savrnw H... W. Litrd. .".n Afahrietnvie. L4, . \. l{,ru.ti. II iltt. t Tyr~ie,..r.v 1n.W. 11 right, HI..n,. Juearticl.' .. V. l 1m e .... lI."I..ii - .r nc t"r . N.l~yran i.',.".a .NAtuera* ee F,,. itw..i e.h . .Ii.ivi lr #t. . TI' eijhr .jjl" Mile.. Iaty S 14.iw ni."n.l.r I. N h.lIn.;.u Nul.".e 1' it Ilt4lt.l T. Ii.ia. ii,,,. k Si~te .dattii I. '4ntft. Fkaiaha Slatp KIt..lr.nat. ~1 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. — 26 February 1894

IIE DAILY JOURNAL : or". mO TAxA. wvey sw nsiag KaseptS umia. Terms of 8sheeripfiow. 51 EAn.. IN AMvaMC. PosTAea PAID. To cr pcesesrms. sp earisr, ewms eyesiag. at s eeats per week. I WLm an(soU. TmLLOW PATas. SAD Moaday, February 2'. 1894. r --- -- - I CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT. 1783-Congress met in Annapolis Nov. SL 1788-Exclusive authority of the Irish parliament in local matters admitted. 1784-Congress met in Trenton Nov. 1785-Congress met in New York Jan. 11. The sessions were held there until i 1790. 1789-Meeting of the states general at Versailles-800f ecclesiastics, '2b5 nobles. ail deputies. 1789-French deputies declared them selves to be the government; national as- 1 msmbly. 1789-The first federal American con eesa under the constitution held in New ?orb. 1790-Philadelphia was made the capi tal for 10 years. and congressional ses jions were held t sere. 1790-The nati 'nal assembly of Franc. declared the go- ernment a limited anon amchy. 1790-The C ited States constitution...

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. — 26 February 1894

McIntire Special. So pieces of Linen Chambry. Good value at 2oc. We are making them move at -100. Get in ,n this Mercantile 11 .- ; It ,, taill t see th If.' k 1. d that a% effer t r - ttn I,,r(Icr. Company. THF4 IIAILA .OURNAL MILE% (ITV. MONTANA. LOCAL ITEMS. G. W. Wolvert of St. Paul came in on last night r train. Lamp's celebrated lager beer at Bul lard's. * J. K. Cole of St. Paul registered in the city last night. F. H. Otto. the lightning alinger was in the city yesterday. B. C. Hall and M. Davidson came in from Otter creek yesterday. J. M. Rhoedes and J. H. Ray came up from Glendive on last night's train. Hot artesian bathe from 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. at Joe Deckert's barber shop. * Bob Walsh came up from Moorhead, Miss., last night, whew he has bee.as. hebese deal. bomsbody aipped a sugar bowl out of Baae 38e"s restauract last aight, and g gat asay with it. Q9eb a camber at tows people wer eat dsigh-ruidg ycthany acd probably mid bsh rmases or the lsat time. The reamaiae absir 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. — 26 February 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. ABSOUJELY PURE THECHINESE AT HOME * MANY OF THEIR CUSTOMS ARE THE REVERSE OF OURS. New They Compare With whe Japaeess. Who emeassese as 3dee se.-Ne 3. rediasey Arhst.eesae In Chiam-The Pee. pie Vary is DIAbresm s.5eUss. The samples we get of China in our eoentry give us very inadequate ideas of the people. We have here to contem plate a civilization entirely unlike our own, but in itself much more complete than ours. In the presence of the Chi mese all Europeans and Americans are parvenns. These people burned coal before the Christian era. They invent ed printing 1.0011 years before Guten berg and Faust flourished, and they knew the use of gunpowder when our forefathers were using hows and ar rows. In most things which appear on the surface they are our antipodes. ?bey mount a borse from tbh right side instead of the left, read from left to right. say west south instead of south west. their mariner's needle points t. the ...

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