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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 27 February 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 142. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUE-DAY,'FEBRUARY 27. 894. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. M AII.s I'O . AINif..ta. .w an..l/ {. rl h M.,dai.~. WIitr ..lays7~N n fotnrda spa .fiamIay, e n. fo . rd spcri a. 4'all: in 'PI) a. in. ...... NI. p. M.l rog.'t; arrival of I. f1, tail. at o bi..... . m al~ Lrdor clo. ( 4 it p m. elnse a l$ºp. m. qa~-Ollcre np. n frm 12 d, 1 pI. m. CHASI. W. Mayor. P. Y. lortheri Pacific Time Table. Mel1. Pachke Mal ..:aii. pm. UeW~hzl gtfrnel .. 11 : . m.. I.l Atlfaatii Nalm IN ~pr,,.iFr. gut ii ..1 MeWI Way~ I'4.Wh Official Directory. W m'ay.fR .1 t. 4 l lr . II.1., wtmryi 'ntl"" I.. liit. 11, I.i,,, ofstr.e.iFitNt. 1Trwaaur..r F. N.Vi. lright. IfI'i. :" 4W fairral If' n .1. If ,.k' .. Hi.iiiin Pub In. I.. A Nt.ir ".fih~na £mmtJuatie9 . W. 1'Irnt'r..f. IhIuna Il pe m^^ ' r N "lr..r.ll"In ) I HI i.-W itt. HiM.. FI lº1.iI . 1II. fat 4b J. I1. 14ii.4i H. Ilina V.K1.4 4 . Mil. sty g i r. r *. It T.1 In n.i.g ". ..1 4 ...

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. — 27 February 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL MILES CITY. MONTANA. vwery Eveanng Eseept manday. Term" of Subcription. 1 1 ADVACE, POSTAQG PAID. To crrm scencatases. - -,orrur..............00 t . a . . mon.ths..... ....... O. Sco month............. ..1... .0 Seanrir, er evening, at S eents per wreek. nlls.L: 3Drrso, TELLOW PAPEI. OE . .....................................:0O Oh . the ............................... 1.00 Tuesday. February 27. 1e84. TOM REED'% VI1I)ICATION. It is scarcely three years ago that .om Reed. the big. bluff and good natured member of congress from Maine. then speaker of the house of representatives. gained for himself the title of "'Czar." together with the unbridled abuseof the democrats because of his famous ruling that when a member of the house was personally presenlt at a session he was present, and though he might remain as dumb os dumb as an oyster. he was one of a certain number that was required to make up a quorum for the transac tion of business. The ruling was so simple and ...

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. — 27 February 1894

Mclntire Speoial. 50 pieces of Linen Chambry. Good value at -oc. We are making them move at -100. Get in on this. Mercantile II . ,i i" k 1r-. ,1 n t ,Lti to see the Ifuck loucla that wA. effer f,,r 0130. z , t~~- in } bo1 rder. frtnge-.d . _: z ,- r , z, i'n Company. THE IºAIIA .JOURNAL MILE CITY. MONTA7 A. .JOURNA.L WEATULKg REPORT. Ia'n~IL~ T iemp I sd Weather. tZdw {W :'Threatening A dash bIf..r. a number mtruss. b.rlrw ar,. Dnltt1 LOCAL MEANS. UZUSSZD= r tn. atura. .t. Minimum tmpervature. ~. Mean temperaturr, :4 Peeapatatj.ou in last a hours. .W H. It. MOYNTON. Obaerver. WEATHER PUºREE ART. W samnyca. Feb M. To obserr. MiWe. City. Mao~ta: Kntaa - lair. nlg tempwater. Noi-The above oneas.t i. IMr d bea bar. e. i. It. date LOCAL ITEMS. W. W. Temtt of Tusgun river cams IN las might. Rain. celebrated lager ber at Dul J. W. Metais c Hathbawaycaedown thn mimaing. The trelesm we ) ruammg an timora aau,, o Tais i 3iep h&wdr d 1., the west mhimLuhtrlb m am Ta - . with IdiLauli' Omr...

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. — 27 February 1894

H highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Powder A~IMO .Y PURE STAGE GLINTS. W. L. Buchanan has made a hit in ]h leading heavy character in "Joshna Inmpkins." Charles 8. Reed of Walhalla, S. C., has completed a one act comedy in verse slled "The Miser." A performance of Bjornson's play,"The Oantlet." has just been given at the London Royalty theater. "Dorothy's Tramp" has been added re eently to the sum of dramatic literature. It is by Emily Brown Powell of Alame da, Cal. "Hearts and Pedigrees" is a new come dy by Mar.aret Cusly. 'Our Disinter ested Frie'ld" is a new one act piece by Courtenay Baylor. Willar" .'.nile-er's new ,pera. 'Prin ees B(nlit.' will have its first p.rflorm ance at the Cite.tnut street theater. Phil adelphi:,. in March The Lenlion Stage st.tes that Irving n Iit :arrival from Am' rica may revive "Othello." in which ev at he will play ltgo and WVison Barre : the Moor. Thenext novelty pro :usd by the mem bers of the London It tepnlnent theat...

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. — 28 February 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 142. MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28. 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MA~IL,4 4LOt4E. .... ~ t3 )t0 . im. eeacn - 1/ p. u,a. tand Fri an, aj n rii 1i a. i.. S .4 'piaaI. Maundnj)a and anarw fr.aatru a~:1iam. close. . .. *Ae1 p. m. ! -Omea'aopean fraaa 12 t.. 3p a m. 4 A.W. Havaaa. P.M. lertherm Pacific Time Table. LEAVE Utetrs ,ITT atoi10wo Eaa. M.1.Pacific Mail. 6:33 p. m. Ntm w w. Frrigbt 1.3 +41 a. an.; N416 IAtlaatic. Mail .a.m Official Directory. arl.f Slt.. .. l ,r a,tI .H .-' ~*aTreasuarer 4.'4% raal,t. II, in,.. t b- 1n ava iIa,J. l ta,.tk..If. 14.-h,. Pub It,. F.. 'a..r... t.l..uaa ~f eJustice W. V. I'..,,, sartau, It ~.ra tapreamnr I vIt I4."jl'aIaI.t. r. H'.'."aa Awaata Juatac... F: \ ýIt .raa.at. HaII~a,.. FI-lPER IL. Oreawkr1aa."n" 1iI,. ", 1) L..t.a, HI.,.a ".~w, O ra. an'l.. J, '. H Fury . I.....a USe1."f Atracr." %.U., I ml nt . Hr4. l,, .It.ta-m . 1..a,1,I I. kr..l". . M1.".1 it, Wa.a.yet,.v., 41.7 ...

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. — 28 February 1894

YHE DAILY JOURNAL un.in ouwt, MNOWANA. 3wery Esutasg aseept Mad. Terms of 8subseriptaon. ase Ua.. r ASIacs. cames PAIDm. oe swaoth... 1.®o 0o ciry sU55caIues. * earst every a meies. at Saute peerweek. 1 .1 at~ta. TeL~ Pars. o S Wednesday. February 28. 186. EAWAII IX THE SExATE. That there is xea4 some difference between our house of lords and our com mons in favor of the former as to dignity sad responsibility in really weighty mat ters. is evidenced by the reports of the house and senate committees on the Hawaiian affair. Apart from all partisan feeling, this matter was really one of grave importance and whenever touched upon omcially.demanded thoughtful and unabased treatment strictly in line with the established foreign policy of this government-and particularly with the policy heretofore adhered to in Hawa lian affairs-no matter who was hurt politically. The house of representa tives, with its big democratic majority. looked at the matter from a party stand point only, and by it...

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. — 28 February 1894

pheoiaL 50 piece, of Linen Chambry. Good value at 2oc. We are making themn muve at - I00. Get in on this. harcaRile li n l p r Ii ii Iut sec thr 11l uý l ,o c! that wec offer for w/e t :an border. fringed. : 7: p r ! Company. THE IºAIIA CIOU'RNAL NILEIº (ITT. MO3tTA\A. JECI*M\ h WI:%THE1K REPORT. INar.m T""ol.. Wed~ Weatber. >tbNp;5 il 414 &1H' Cl"ar .b&mV. :tW ZTI.rr"atenjog A daak h~. ir." a numher mbaraz.-1be leesare. Maximume temneperature. C. Minimum tremperature, Mean temrratare...44 Preciprntateeee I last Zi lueur.. .00 H. R. hIOTNTON4. Obsearver. WEATHER FORECAST. 001 W* samozeta. Feb. 2V. STo observer. Maile City. Momteas: E a m ia n a F- a i r . r i s i ag ts e r a t a r e II] Chiefof Weatber Damss. Motin-The ahso". (nmestes o >K Icea feam $&. me.. its date LOCAL ITEMS. J. F. Weinacay of Chicago .s eagle,. ad in the city. I ip~. celebested lagw bear at Del lard'.. ______ Q. i. iNmrnb.ell Bames down krm tli 3.seba Ihd - . Lis wID. hr1 ave " A~~~wm beqik 9 ...

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. — 28 February 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report O BPderng ROŽZ.I Powder A&ACNMOUIY PURE POINTERS ON THE GRIP. W it.ruipiI.n ".f th.. I.sl.ew. by ton" Whe Ha. 5ufalered. Ever had the grip? I will give you a fw pointers. You will imagine you have a bad cold, and you can wear it out, lnt you need not try it. The grip bas fast ned his fangs unto you and will aot let go. You have got to give up. go borne and go to bed. I1 a short time Vou will realT Beecher'sdream of hell. You will thini your head has been re moved and an old b-echive with the empty cowl left in its place. Your mouth will taste like a pail of saner krant. You have thp grip. The .lo,.t.r -ones. looks yon over. puts his theraoimeter in your mouth. Ands your t-i.il.erature 1lt degrees in the shide, .our pls.e going at tbh rat.. of two iiles and three laps to the e ond. Hel oruleis yam to stay in ll -.l and gives y u ii-.al iu.n that i- -tr ti..Inn sour that unsply a-tung thi* l- 6,l*. -ti the ci nk shelf st...

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. — 1 March 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 143. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MARCH i. 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS I'LO*E. .. . .. . I M /tearlth. M~,lIat.vs ,.,Ilil.ril Hs Sad Priday." T : RIv.rr. M14..4:.).. N.I w.,. aadFrida.· Saturdays. . . hee M flU)s a41 Frid.a.. :44 p. in. *YIo rd Iu b Mp. ial M..4m inx. nn.il4 a.l.m.. . .. .. l4. IBIWL aatl ait c imps 4 111 p. n.. I"HAP. W. bEII)L· P. M. orther. Pacific Time Table. I.DAYU MIIlE" 4/1 4V.14Y.. WE,.T. 3. 1. Pacilfr Mail DoLl l z;,rw4 Fr.lIght . II tIg. uI,. 1. A Way Fr,.igtl,t ,.: m I.EA4 E UII.4,4 1T 4.4 44,1*. 1, 4 . No. 2 Atlantic Mal I I., Q, 19:14 Eipnu F r.,ct I L' I"n. V 545 ay t r"aght vI" r. Official Directory. 'Tt1E Ztor. ni4V .1. I4 th,"..4 II. 1 1 1.111 11 1 1. ,i S .K. ari h .l. .1 1 ..r", r 1 , :.nii U1a .tary lr lt r4,. r . rI..u,. I ,I ".. ~I4.Ttr.'a, ,,-, 1 .'A. II Ar.l.i: \I:I. i Puh4im lU. vi . 11 1 I , 4i Ui. e~lnafr .",. \I l.4j.,.tIr M. -.H " w,"ath'A II tt.'A,,," it 1; 1; 11171:1" ...

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. — 1 March 1894

WAJ DAILY' JOURNAL aKILa CIFTY. ONtANA. iessy Kve.sa asept Samkar. frs qf 8ubscrsptioa. a! za asvsasa. sesw sagsm. ss . -ea tla .................. em 1 .................. o0m to mrr somtNmasu. earid . sees, emies. at a seats per week. ·sWNar l ,LLOW PP. .................................. ia, Thursday, March 1. 1801. HOPE DEFERRED. set .e oDeo's Prep..o to a. ae of Ta War I te l WIN selp Klm. Serious consequences are threatened as a result of a pructical k played on William Hope. an impreslonable youth to Westen Oa New Year's eve Hope accompsaned two youna ladies home from church and nc the way proposed marriage to one ct them. Miss Nor. Corcoran. Miss Corcoran, considering the oppor tunity for a joke irresistible, slyly wink ad at her friend and professed to be qite willing to accept the proposal. at she called attentior to a very serious dimcnlt arising fromn the fact that she is a Catholic and her lover a Protestant. Under these conditions, she said, they muld not very well marry ...

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. — 1 March 1894

50 pieceC of I.inen Chambry. Good value at loc. We are making them more at - 10o0. Get in ,n this. Mercantile If , r nit l ; t, ,. ti, . ll "I ,. h.: a 'htt wc offer tf,, s2uo. frnge. 2 : i" . Company. THE DAIIA .;OiRNAL MILE. ( IT1. MONTANA. JO4H'1%AL H...TIt.K KI.PORET. er r"' Tf.n.i. Win I Weather. 1 ith " I; - " 421% Int lar let ' t I. , :t. t l I,.ar A .lash Ief.,r .a numlntr nlean. htlow gen.. DUILI LItAAL MIANS. maximum temperature. 4' Mailnmum temtpersaurP. V7. Mean t-mprratur..;'m. Precapitation In last 4 bumr, ..KW H. R. BSOIUTON. Observer. WEATHER FORRIE4 ABT. WA UsIUmeor. Mareh I. To oberver. Mile (ity. Moateaa: Montana -Fair. UAIWIWGION. ('bletor Weatber SBaes. Noar-The ahoe fnoreast is for s hore Lrm Ca. m.. It date LOCAL ITEMS. P. J. Miller is up from Terry. Lamp's celebrated lager beer at Bul. Job Aremir ctd Frekli came is yes T *.erry sm*e tbe GilAMl zi.M' Ds Yes meansp Y . ae.a w ir Ded. Dm* is 1i61M a fteg d Ie laws ac ** tJ lt ý. " t w lI ki ll ' Ahe~ ce H . m _T...

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. — 1 March 1894

Highest ot all in Leavening Power.- Latest U. S. Gov't Report. koh Bakin i Powder AMlUO.[ELY PURE o POINTEr S ON THE GRIP. 5.asrtptlo.. of the( I)as.e by One Wht. Hasu offer-d. Ever had the grip? I will give you a faw pointers. You will imagine you have a bad cold, and you can wear it out, but you need not try it. The grip as fastened his fangs onto you and will not let go. You have got to give up. go bome and go to bed. In a short time Qon will realize Beecher'sdream of hell. on will think your head has been re smoved and an old beehive with the empty omuh, left in its place. Your mouth willi taste like a pail of aauer krant You have the grip. Thn dct, r c.lnes. looks you over, puts int thermtiometer in your mouth. AFnds 1 ,,ur titll.'rature 104 degre,-s in tee shaile. yur pulse going at the rate of tw. miles and three laps to the set ond. He, orders you to stay in 1. d anl, gives ,u .uI.licine that is -:otr,,nI; anlt aour that limsply settingf the. 1 "tt, ,u the cl ,-k -helf stopp...

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. — 2 March 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 145. MILES CITY, MONTANA. FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE_ REGULATIONS. M.%IL4 (LOI4P. oate . ralap. m. "1 aad Fruia . :1 a. Il Uml.Mtuti~ari . 2i Of '. in 5uw too. Monday. and Friday. ::t p. in.. fiurd !Spaciai. N.'nbrlai and fl are. .... 141 3,. i Ein arrival of .ani ia-nr .. n Sassy~ clnga., 41111 p. in rclaw n llJJ, in *-AOe opiem fromn 12 tail p. in lilx ~Aa W. ;rnzs P. M. Uenbuer. Pacific Time Table. LEAE lNhi.Ka (ern ..fa%(is slor. MelI. Pacilec Mail.. is 1; p. m N.U Y zprnau'g, nlith, 11:r7 . in. Ne l4 Way Yri.,bt 1. ani a. in. 3.5sa NiLga I IT, r.'iN,. l %aT. Mo. 2Atlantica Mall I. I ai. 3q541 Epm.z"o Fr".aglt 11 :. t p.n, Xo S Way Frr..art w~" l. a. Official Directory. Mauher of I'iia.(r,. . 1 ...rw .1 F.. I: I, i an iIi lincri. . . .\!r It.' L , . II.. El an "tary ,,f~tthtl. iL. .'La,t 1 I.44 ~alr Tri.a,.ar..r I". it%. Iir,a.i~t. lIf"1.r ate Aualitior ia..lr"a 11. r..'Ill" £Mi i.a."rai lL!"~r .1 Iit.L.k.lI ll."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. — 2 March 1894

YHE DAILY JOURNAL aRLg CIaT. MONTANA. 3,eey sealers aseept smanny. Terms of Subscription. as MAL., IN Aavanca, 3OrrAo3 PAID. Msi .oaths ........... !o 10 erry somsecrassas. *eWWIUa HoerY evenaie. at S aents per week. wIV" amtasiom, 13aL..ow raRsa. L h ........................ O Friday. March 2. 1804. TEACHING CANARIE& an" Oseapatiem .t seven Wasdved ? . tie. Ia a Small Towa of Sarnay. In a small town called St. Andreas berg (Saxony) some 700 families are en tirely engaged in the task of rearing and educating good canary singers. A great proportion of these singers is sent abroad, far or near-to London, to Aus tralia and to the United States, where pie single firm shipe 100,000 birds each fear. These canaries are the inferior atrds, the schreir, as they are called in Germany, on account of their notes. These schreir, which are bought from 10 to 80 cents in the Han, are sold for $8. $3 or $4 in America. The best birds are kept in Germany, where they are called bohlroller. A good h...

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. — 2 March 1894

McIntire inpeoial. 5o piece- of Linen Chambrv. Good value at 0oc. We are making them move at --100. Get in on this. Mercantile Ilio I. e ler i ,h~ t tail to see the IIcuk l-mc! that ac offer fr SCom p-a tany . order fringe t : i p =, ler /. 1 Company. THE IIAIIA JIOURNAL JOt Kt%'I. WIATHLKt KI:P4IKT. Misr-`Tap Trn; Wald. W'.sabh.. 3d ~a. ai K t a 44I..ud) A dashl hrf..r." tnmrnl.rn .sg. t .lk,w zr.".. DAILY jAMrAL USANS. Wtazimum IemnjuratnrY. 47s Minimum t..mpuraturs. r. Mo.en temuperatu~re. x:. Prwelpitata..o in last 34 boar.. .44i Hi. f. WOYNTON. Obaserver. WEATHKR POI~t AS?. WA UUIUBOUt. March 2. To nhmtye~r. Nike. Cite. M~taaa: Monat.m -Threstsals.. proqt with. sat rat ash cmirle= de ewd in cstmamsKa ft'°rrim~A~w N hk nwNme-The ah~e orse (ar is ter hm. Metn aa. in.. its dat. LOCAL ITEMS. C.L Waylandi of Helena .s in the elty. _ _ _ P. F. Daly cam. in from Pumnpkin lam*e oelebrated ~mlr beer at DuE. Lars yern meesin with 3d Arneld hrind am~~g I Cln fIi/To C -s leg Elm t 5.3 D.rh...

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. — 2 March 1894

Highest o(all in L&vening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. ý.. Powder AMi.EL.Y PURE BOCUS POCUS IN ART: HOW SOME PERSONS WHO THINK THEY KNOW ARE SWINDLED. Queer Tricks Practiced by Mee Who Make a Living With Peneil and Brush-Car eedista With More Than O.e Name-One Who Made His (host Famuna. Artists who sign their names to pic turea that other men paint are quite plentiful in this town. In a little itorm on F. urth avenue, just around the cor ner from th. American Academy of De sign, ther- are some very pretty exam pl a of water coloring for sale. The signature in the corner of each canvas is that of a w.ottan. The dealer was in a commumtn.Itive iood the other day, and as he wa- talking with a reporter he picked up pine of the paitings and held it to the light for observation and discns-ion. That womani brings socne very good work in here for tie to el. said he. "There is ~ne peculiarity about her. though. the always writes her signa ture in my shop. The dealer paused as though ...

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. — 3 March 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 146. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATIURDAY, MARCH 3, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS SP ftrrEA r ~P aI ... ... POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. Eiastern . 8ºeartb ~ 1 i-i iiid~r i-"rr,,t i) andl Friita). IIua.n.. Tongue l4v.-r. N--nI,... 'Ailt,.,.-. das' and FriIa). -70iA. ini. 6 iatur tays 411) . I . nt. EiSfoS Nn-f . ab.ni Fridlay.. . :: p. ni. i!tbforil Splisal a Niintai. anal Oiit cloais on arrival iof ra.tnrn mail. at·n i, --re. .71 p. i. Vowoy rder cose. 4.0) p. e1.lsrs n l11 m 11 NA. W. Sauna. P. N. lerthera Pacific Time Table. iSAVa MliLaa (~iT! oHPnau I MT. LU9· IILU(tl1tz*.nh. It N.0 1. MUPadl %bi .. 33p.M a 11St ipi. n. LEAr, I a.EI LIA I iT Tib EAST. No. lAtlanic Mail I : 4a.im. Nlo 1 Way Freighti l~ an Official Directory. ST \TE. easher raIii iiiiiga-nP s . S. llartnsiU. tI(In.nk..ai (kixirnor . 1. F. It~ikardr. H,"--ima i-.1 +'-ii, \I'dx I-iki,. Hdi.,ia t &er4aryit. Siati. L. k.itirtt H I4.... IteTrreaurir F. WA. witt HWright , t Ate~ty(i ,-ra Il..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. — 3 March 1894

THE DAALY JOURNAL WMIU , CITY. rMxTAA. ,wey Eealang KExept Sanday. Terms of Subseript"o. E 11L. i ADIAJUC. POSTAGO PAID. Edition. six m thas .... ........ .... . Idltion. one month ................. i.u' To CITrY sarasC·stas. Soprieer. ersy evening. at 2i enots per week. I WQLUT EDITION. IaLLOW PAPER. ý- t sar ......... ........ ...... ............at.'.. sMonths .... R.i ... ... ... ... , .'. Months ...... ........... . ....... 1.i ,, Saturday. March 3. 1894. CONCERNINGt ANSENSMEiT5. A majority of the county apeessors of thisstate met at Helena this week to diseuss asseessable vaiues of live stock and other properties. the meeting having been called by the state Iserd of equal ization, who last year foundt much difti. culty in establishing an eqiuable salua tion. or.:ng to the widely different ideas held in different -',,unties. Fourteen ,f the twenty-one c,,unties were repr,-sent- I ed. the absentees bing Beaverhead. Dawson. Custer. Fergus. Flathead Mis.] soula and Silver Bow. all ...

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. — 3 March 1894

Mclntire (ipeoia,1. .0 lir-' . .t .I en Chanmhbry. G( iod \a u< at _r, \\'c' are making th'in ;at 100. Get in On th. Mercantile ,e, th ' 11 I that t< Company. THE IIAIIA JOURNAL MILE C(ITY. MIn\TA.4. LOCAL ITEMS. F. II Mort. n is ,lwn fr.nli the Rose bud. Len.'a' celebrrate, lae.r .bee.r at But lard's. * E. K. Diavi ,,f Hathaway camne down this morninrg. E. W. Knight .Ir. 'nam down from Helena this morning. leave your measure with Ed Arnold Isr one of those $62 spring suits. * E. H. Johnson will leave on to-night's train for a trip to Hunter'. Hot springs. Hot artesian baths from 8' a. m. to 9 p. m. at Joe Deckert's barber shop. * There was large and highly interested audience at the Episcopal church last evening in attendance upon the illus trated lecture. Malaria is one of the most insidious od health destroyers. Hoods Sarsapa rilla counteracts its deadly poison and builds up the system. Waated. A girl for general housework. Mas. (io. Goram±.. The usual services will be held...

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. — 3 March 1894

righcest of all in Leavening Powct.--Latest U. S. Gov't Report. SPowder AMOIMELiY PURE 'HOCUs POt'US IN A T. MOW SOME PERSONS WHO THINK THEY KNOW ARE SWINDLED. wsr Tricks Preatled by Men Who Make a Living With Pencil and Brash--Car W.alata With More Than One .Mane-One Who Made BIs Ghost Famoes. Artists who sign their names to pic tures that other men paint are quite plentiful in this town. In a little store an Fourth avenue. just around the cor mer from the American Academy of De sign. there are some very pretty exam ples of water coloring for sale. The signature in the corner of each canvas is that of a woman. The dealer was in a communicative mood the other day. and as he was talking with a reporter he picked up one o(f the paintings and held it to the light for observation and discussion. "That woman brings somevery good work in her.e for me to s, ll." said he. * There is one peculiarity about her, though. She always writes her signa ture in my eh. gp." The dealer paused as thoug...

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