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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 5 March 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL_ VOLUME XII. NO. 147. MILES CITY, MONTANA, 11ONDAY, MARCH 5, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICEREGULATIONS. MAIL ('u)%e. spardohb N l«Ins., W.vln....1a). rd Friday. 7 :T a. M.. 14we River. Min,1a4, W..rn.. Adua y :rni a. M.. Priay I mp. a. Sporeal. Miwday. and ela.aa arrival of -aatirrm IS md~~l. at ar hvftira 7 (II p. III ftpiaf.m tiii 1! 4., 1 p. m a !)n . CHA. W. Savors. P. M. Honkber. Pacific Time Table. LSAVU InILinE ITT oilnG WENT. M. I. Paniic Mib .. RSa1 . M. to n Rae rFr~ahtI1 it Ii. ID. 1t" Maiy uiirtlt to !III a. in. PI .I kla.,l me ail . I A. in. Mlapream l'rim~lii ifA :, . in. N.M Ws ay Frralt,t . 4.1.. m. Official Directory. Veldna 1.f '. .~.". . 4!. 1 :, l. i*. ., roar (lVctal'y.ifi .1 I'.. Ii, . .'niv H.I". 2l~ri Ill *.. If. 4 frtwr II\:(, I. lla.&,.ll I lieia Ml~aurt F PaNlrltNd"n 44*1 i. "n"(I 1. ;r .I. F~ .1 . W No b I n~. I:º.i mo. I . . II... ll1A. *ianhr ." ...,r I. r K 41 k ,.t d r .f 4: -i ,~ Ki- Id' Jr %, ut I t,,)E, .l Ivr r("..r,...

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 March 1894

?HE DAILY JOURNAL UZLUW CIYT, NOIYAXA. 3we , 3rvS ag KernepS Suniap. Ter..s of 8utbseript~OR. 353., 13 hDY*IWU. POSTAGS PAID. a rearn, t . 8.... .....010A0 3iditiOS. 5&1 ,noumbs .........(rns tk5iit use amouath ........... 1.00) To CITI UUtSEUINtsI. *gawir4, OTePT evemhma. at 1. Beats per week. TWLT EDITION. TULLEOW PAPER. Motea ... .. .. .... .. .. .... 80.010 Mouthk s .......... ........ 1.010 Monday. March 5. 1894. gOW "TARIFF REFORM" AFFECTh C scews. Within thirty days the price of sugar trust stock has risen nine points. This time last month sugar trust stock was as low as 76. while during the past two days it has seen 3. r It is apparent that the sceiiitude of the deteceracy tn behalf of sugar has not been in vain. The proposition to give the sugar trust a protective duty of I to I i., cents per pound. or :Kt to 50 per cent ad valorem. has been a tine thing for those democrati statesmen who held large slices of sugar stock. It is said that Senator White.the recent appointe...

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 March 1894

Mclntire Sipectial. co pice t Linen Chamhry. Good 1a at 2dt We are making th n ein at 3. O c. Get in,,n hi. Mercantile St. th II 'h it tt C any0. fruz -i 5 Company. THE IºAIIL .14IRINAJA, Mil.1:" 1 T\'. MONfT t d . J6IIat RN S WI 4T~ti lt lit1IoRT. tr eTnpWar.l Weather. 4th .:.. \a No .t H < ihth %s..% ti vath . a" . "t 4V. Lrgct _a A dast. u.f..r. a ,uaaI r ry a.. ,. l nr. 1141I L*M Al. MEAN.. Maaismunt.mp.gratur.. .t Mt0iniutm t. amaerature. Mean ternf.pratur.T. 1'. Preiepataion ia. last 4 bu-arn. !51 kl. K. MUYNTON. Observer. WEATHEM FORf t AIT. Wa'samutoau. Mareh S. To observer. Mile.Cit). Moetasa: Montana Thrrateniug. pr..hably *itb HARRINOTON. Chiefof Weather Bareas. Noyr-The ahboe forecast at for 36 beho rum 6 a. in.. it* date LOCAL ITEMS. Joe Northway is down from Forsyth. Lamp'. celebrated lager beer at Dul lard's. _ _ Mrs. H. L. Orrick of Junction is in the city. Dick Baker came in the 70L ranch yterday. Chrin Weimb a Junction is regiatr. ed is the ulty. Lean year maees...

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 March 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Pow er.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report Powder Assowra PURE 'AN EVENTFUL DAY. RECEIVING ZONGRATULATIONS OVER AN ENGAGEMENT. A Pleasing Coreamaey Which I. Obsorved In Some Wasmiliem-Tom and Sybill Are Petted and Patted by tacle., Amats and' Chmse-The Happy Hoar Alome. Town and Sybilla are engaged, and the tiun has come when their friends are to pay their compliments. On the eventful day Sybilla is ready to re, -ire her congratilatory callers, a picture tf blissful loveliness in what her dressmaker describes as an an nonnmenteit gown." It is not all of white. for thit would he too bridelike, but there i- a skirt of snowy etmbroid ered -rtpe liss-, and over that a lons; empire ciat ""f white satin. breIaded ti pale pink rseebuils, with a waistcoat of ilver emhbro dery on pink satin and a cravat of .I i vtettaian point. Deep rnf fies of the sanic lace fall over the hands and almost hitle the dian; -nd which tv erviodry wants to see. t Ioves are out of tib' questirt...

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 March 1894

THE ELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 148. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUI-.DAY, MARCH 6, 1894. PRICE FIVE (ENTS POSTOFFICEREGULATIONS. NAILS ('1.014K. IRI) p. m. Ynltw)li 3,.41, md Pv ndaaya 7. ii a. in.' "d Riday. .:Ilia. m. Saterdayr aYa:r a. m. boo NnMnlaya and Frid a. f . P.M Iliaw.(ial, M.n.Ia). .inI " :1Sa. all. P eoam. aO artrial of ."a..rm vma. at aqhof. 74r 11 p. in Iitalairt~na ( 4141 ,. m. rkrw clu p. m. Olnfri Iia t if 1! r.., I ,. m. 1'114$. W. 4Ccrrr. P. N. Norter. Pacific Time Table. LEAVE $iL31 fiT! (:4111( W a1T. N.l. Paifie Nail 6:W p. M. to U6t iapfv;. Vtlri 1Ii{,. m. Neth Wa1 Praight i9 ,i, a. m. I.141a EILE i ITT (.(1%,. LINT. 3.IAtlantic Nail i ln. In. Spt...t.i Frgls II :o In. MeM NWay Ftriglt - .1,. ai. Official Directory. T , T..,T: UblRuta.m, J. P. '~rAnigl.II.in,,, Ula( rmr I1.-x IL4 1Lk II. 11,·lI·rn· SAndi.l.ar bi:~, aIt.* I. ....k. 11',. ,~ Paol a. I4.. I. te. , .II .I.i Klil. IL. Ii. Ju54. Ain . I . I II." .l. Ir. *. « ( 4pr.-nr« rr 4.Jt.I.t .H -.a ALcrcrr...

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 March 1894

biYE DAILY JOURNAL. 31.a1 s CM, MONTrAA. S3vry sta'ms aeept Sunday. Terms of Subscription. WI anI, I ADVANCE. roTSAo PAID. in i the....m.. ..ixm..t.. 61.O onedim, mouth............... 1.00 To Crrr sscaaIaas. - Smasrier, every evening. at 5 cents per week. WMLT 3DITIO., OLLLOS PAPER. o r w. ............... ...... .............. 1 at. .... .. . . . .. Tuesday. March 6. 1894. Sarke-. .....ý . tt UOmsN ia Fatles.. From tunm immemorial the markst women of Paris, who go by te name of hae dames de la halle, have occupied a eery important place in Parisian lifesand In politics. Loud voiced as they are. they have always succeeded in making themselves heard by the government of the day, and have not only invariably succeeded in obtaining the ear of those who control French destinies, but may even be said to have influenced their ad mninistration. Especially have they play ed a conspicuous part in all the revolu tionary movements. It was therefore with acertain amount of trepidation that the m...

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 March 1894

C~ormýetm! Cc~rmsetm! \\ c· h;týc it t t t c. n lucc! tr: n:~. Ntn. ,(" Sch illini4 ( ,r~u!. tima: it. tail rcgtlarlv S T ,la' i. place the etiiitc I. t un.ur 'iiitcr at the cxtrcnrck- xi, I~:ct r,, Sico. S I IoEo. It v.,' are ii it ( r-.,t or dc'.iru t~ 1.,,1 it tltcnii iic xI be j~lc~aý. l iaxrt. ~,. .rip zqc. 43083, *i . each. ~ (lii ºu r ý r ., : h t n t rr; 'r1 at :52.;(, N' ,, _ i . f1 l.: !c ..t "ha . l. ~t,:: , It: ..t 4: i. cI L-a-Ii- º .. that arc u1ni 1krt vc "h.rý I t h.n J~C3I1~C~LL THE IPAII, .IoIRINAL MILl. ('.ITS. WMSNTANSA. Jot1514I. 1ESTf H T I. itºI1tT 2A i' - ai* or> T o H e Ir' tir llllrg.ln . . a-In|r. a.ture.. . a N alu-Te a'i, vfl oeatr l irs. |h r k H. Lr. i )Yur. d. WLATHER ITREM "T. Wi.sdsor. . lrfcb 1. To ob.. rver. Mile 4(ity. MoY 1an -: M.(1 -ar iT ehdotnr wartlP inn I ('hie.fof WVther J aucu. aor--The ab·ve foreast is for I8 hoare l"ms 6fa. m.. its date LOCAL ITEMS. Htl. . and 8. Phillipsa of Lee postobe -re in the city. mmp - c -lebrated taoer beer...

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 March 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Powcr.- Latest U. S. Gov't Report. RO .± Powder AMBSOUIKEY PURE -- I SETTLERS FROM RUSSIA. markable S.uceess I Agriemlture by the Mesonaite Ealles. Quick as are Americans to criticise the Manners and customs of Russia. and in ferior as the subjects of the czar are fre quently considered, the settlers on the western prairies might well learn a lesson of the Russians who have their unique settlements among them. The Meunon ites, exiled from southern Russia because of their relu.on, made ea systematic an exodus as hdi the Israelites of old. They sent out their agents to spy out the land and purchase.l 100.000) acres of the Santa Feand Kansas Pacific railways for homes. Then the people packed up nteir house bold goods and came to Atr:,rica. On the depot platforms they iasn' "d. wearnis sheepskin --oats, the woolly ils. ,ut, and black handkerchiefs over th-ir heads. They carried iron teaketti - and regard ed t:".' gazingAmerican: with as much eurtmnty as they ...

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. — 7 March 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 149. MILES CITY, MONTANA. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7. 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICEREGULATIONS. M'.tLi i'LOIE. ammPirm la . 'I.11 m. R -.Att, i. .401 in. in. Nimmiaja ~ j an I rtty * mundaya, ' Wtdu y a e.m. arA a ar:.,a at am.. ·d * , :1 3a. in. rd y 4r s a.. 4 Ali p. in. P ·~ 111.5n( yll. W..O ·.I(T etoma arit . in. Us rthm. PaifcTi abe La, m a. m. So t.Paclf Mail tI:tm. im. oppa from 1 It. I p. m tiA. W. ) 1( r . P . in. .iettrai Palcfic imeTa tt.m. 14 zprt.. In"niglt 1ti It. m .i PoW Way VnmltK6 4~ t. in. OfficialDirectory. 'inh~lirl %rla I n Ftni ';tin''.. mam Itif.,ng. . H.I.I .1r,. 1'.·. . It. 11.34 , trt ,.l P.. int l tn . .I "n LreFut~t... 11. a IGt tl.,. 11.-1.",. U1aet4ary..n ýni...1.,..,." 4 It litnu N~-i mu f lti Tl.t.1r.H " (udt.. 1nIr.r It ..1.5. (1"ý.nan y 11""n""ral 11.iii .I 1 W - .]·: 11. 11111 f p J~ t luI. I ' . ft.. rt..r, H."I."Il ..it Nfl ilk !upr." " 1 I l r N.)It, r º1."I" II. Aam.. .lu..: , .. F. \. f1 4 il O r H . N 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. — 7 March 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL UMLas CaIY. 1MOeTAA. Wusy vemalag Musept Samsdy. eams of abseripfona. ... Mu , 0 u00 OuA··Aa SO5yal PAID. SIdmthn. · Isar ..................... Si Oas usea.,, inas m . e aAs To caT seuassass. esarsir, every eveaa. at easts per week. sar. a1ow, rmi.... n awm antam. 3LLOw PAPUP. 0 Wednesday, March 7. 1894. WEALTH HERE AND ABROAD. uSasas To Contrast Between the Eloh s Amnerlea and In Europe. The English and the Americans are both rich, but which are the richer? Perhaps the statisticians know or can and out, but it is not certain that the statistical answer would give the infor-' mation that one really wants and which involve. the distribution of wealth as well as its mere existence. JMost Amer icans have to work; but, as is well known, a considerable proportion of English people toil not nor spin, and make no pretense of doing anything tor a living. Is that because the English are richer than we, or is it a matter of taste or a result of primogeniture? So also it appe...

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. — 7 March 1894

We Iiavc just reccivcdl tit: dlozen No. 363 Schiilrin ;( *tr~*.t~ that re tail reguilarly at .5_oo. Today te place thc entire I- it ott our counter at tlic t \t rtItnh iv . price of Ss oo. If you .itt .n uit-.'1 '. ( or~cts or dLsirc to Ii ,. at iloot. uc·at ail' tlii& line. No. 41304, *1.oo eaob.. O ur ' pritn, inc ha, j t:t arritc fromt \itt ll. & Gtitih. \t % York. V can "Iout .,.u . t n iceartntnttl 'fan. M o it.t ,i n. it ilt. k \1 a art .hoae tit a lardl. line of ILadoe. 4 i;. that are c instit· lt! veriy c.i cc 1. . th THE DJAILI .IOIRNAL MILNt (CITY. MONTANA. JuK NI. ALWE THIIItll RlK'eT. Naron° T, ,el.. W wl i W,.ath|, .r. A dash h. f,,r* a nrntwul.r rn,.an. ).1I.. am,,.r. Dbltt .1. .r tiIE4 , Ia· lainm t-mpe'rattr, .. .1. Minimum t.~tn.ratl'rn. rs Mean temlntraturn. . Pr."et,.itati.,ina ln i.t h.lur.. J.AI I. K. HOYNTON. Observer. WEATHER FOREt AST. WAsaUIoIJoNu (arch ;. To ubrrer.r Mile 'ityr. Motana TMo bta - Fair and warmer Thrandat. IARRIhNTOON. t(hiefof Weathe...

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. — 7 March 1894

Highst of all in Leavening Power.- Latest U. S Gov't Report. SPowder AmUrELuY PURE JUDGi COFFIN'b FIRST CASE. A Is Thatl Wa. C. l.llI iown In ia Mlt iHu'niiastia . Manner. The following story is told of Timothy O.mn, who was for a long timie judge of, In the New Bedford district: When a very ,hl yoang man, he was retained in a case ,f t1hi sufficient importance to bring out alm,st . tn every resident of the town, so that tot the little New Bedford , ourthouse was , pecked when court was opened that 4l1 anorning. t'.ffin had teen secured ia i - counsel by the defendant. Although it gI was his first attempt in open court. he ,n had made little or no preparation, think ing that he 'coultd get through somehow or other when the time came. Thus, when the counsel for the defendant came a Into court that morning. he was gr.atly .c surprised, a:n no lo.. ag.itatedl. to see the big crowd and realize the wide public I interest in the trial at hand. He saw that he had liked upn 'i caie case too...

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 March 1894

THE IELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.__ VOLUME XII. NO. 150. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 8, z894. PRICE FIVE CENTS 1 PUSTOFFICEREGULATIONS. MAIL~s vW1 .~~. n ir.r M.'n{ag.. W and Friday. I 7: al a. i u noadmy. d Fridays eii u. % (40 p. Ni. anU a. an. ifa+nn amriai of *amtarm aks. ma or hl~f..r. .. , p. , i.{w .mr fnrm I2to..t p. inm tU xx- W. Shmi: P. N. *Nerhsru Pacific TimeTb. U. 1. Pinch llaU. N 12 Lproam Freiaght m~i. Umm Fdlut Il;"ua.n, LEAVE UTLam (ITT uj"ImirP. \.,T IAtlantic Nalii 4 a. m. .Ne Way Frih ..l' 44, m Official Oierctory. Mem~t.ttx~c ST I ~. Wmerew., of 1!Hau... L .. r..tn,. I+"x xxa Ao1nd.r Jr.r' E . kr"n... 11%.!."u N:m~m.Jiig.. Ir 11..1k,,. H""l..u ( A4Jce t.. r litr," II1. .4.º II.'!.,., ýftu lrt e. H. rI J. fi.r.i ll. 42,. -' it ta~tý/tPuhIn.F..1. ý.. . ,11ý1, .1.. itmtci4.e.,.tr F ho ýIt.N' K1u.ia 44 I I 11Ot -t I l lt lii,.4 I Air ""nitm..,. : 1.. 1 ! .~n f "r U a.!1. 1 ' **1.1..r f,1 .A .,lr Iil. r W.. xrd- liwa"r . hnu r WK1. ,.r., >:,,hiir1i . 3t 3. N. RE....

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 March 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL mumIa CITT. mONtAxA. sw.ry Uv.atas Uasept Ommdap. Termes of Subseription. 5T MAIL, II ADVAWCE. POTAGe PAID. O.l rear .. ..........$10.30 six a th. .5 Op sarmer, every evealna, at $ amts per week waLT xDiTIO. TaLWoW PAPRs. L tsar ................. .... LO Mtsmhs ....... .. .......... LWa M o u t hs.................. lAO Thursday. March 8. 1801. Tuanovel called"AnEclipseof Virtue.' by Champion Bissell, contained in the March number of "Tales From Town Topics." isa bright and daring work, deal log in a most original manner with that most delicate subject. the love of woman for man. The heroine of the story. a beautiful young widow with an immense fortune, acts strangely and startingly to ward the youth that orders her. She is a thorough woman of the worid.andcon ceives that it would be foolish and disg astrous for her to marry her penniless suitor. So she keeps him at arm's length for some time. and then kidnaps him. It is a remarkable thing for a woman to do. but Mrs...

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 March 1894

Corsrmts! We~ Iai i cu't t" nc~ c~(~tf No. ;Y) -chillii-.., 'r-tt~. that re tail regulalyr . it ,-2 i It 'Iax ~u pla(ce t he entir 1-t .n our1 c tnter at the 1 xtrtciu price of If }'ou :i, flnt , tit i ~ ets this Iiie No 868,. I )r '.prn.i.., hii l t arri d from Mll- i. iloh N it \v t Yrk. Vcrail "h~, atiK nit V ga rmient its $2.to. \,a "t\ i," in h iders ~f 'ran, I h~it in. Kai F. ;ic arelit :n- t1 i irgt: line of Lai A t al~-, that are (ion-i(cred trc~r chli. (,t. I., A ~it them!. THE IºAII1 .I(0'RNALI MILl'. CIT(. MONTANA. J41tRK41. \ i. STlIER itE.eaT. Han. Te e.. Wl Weather. 7al1m4 e eec Co.;" eeC ..C inaunco. t. r.i r.c tuir. Mpan tempewratte-- ZO PrU...t'tn ..rr Isi lce t houe . 111 H. H.1 KYNTON, Otrerer. WEATHER FOREl AlT. WAsuIN'ru5. Match a. Toe ebserver. Miele(ity. Monsase: Montana - Pair: pree-Cij .sv showers today or e iuni hin wespter iertlon : slightly warner. HARRINGT ON. C hrf of Weather Buresu. NWor-The saebr fccre.cast is for 3 hour, Abin 6 a. n'.. ite date LOCAL...

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 March 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Govt Report. AEY PURE JUDGE COFFIN'S FIRST CASE. parThait Was Call*d Dawn In a Meat Rumulatiatg Magner. The fellowing story is told of Timothy OCan, who was for a long time judge of Se New Bedford district: When a very young man, he was retained in a case of uffcient importance to bring out almost Very resident of the town, so that the little New Bedford courthouse was .esked when court was opened that Horning. t ofin had been secured as counsel by the defendant. Although it was his first attempt in open court, lie had made little or no preparation. think ing that he could get through somehow or other when the time came. Thus, when the counsel for the defendant came Into court that morning. he was greatly surprised, and no less. agitated. to see the big crowd and realize the wide public interest in the trial at hand. He saw that lie had looked upon the case too lghtly. The prosecution was strong. and lie had made not even a slight prep...

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 March 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 51z. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 9. x894. PRICE FIVE CENTS Mlennlsr~e PAI_____ POSTOFFICEREGULATIONS. MARIL ('LOSEP. ." .1r~dar".Wrdr~d Vaia --N thwi.m. a.m~a. Wi.l.. . rd rilda~. 7i) a.:No onay.and Fria.u.lay i p. mu. Np4 Iip ..z.iray. and IM, p. m. *ra a arrival .~am',ra "a5 a. m. NN.aterbefre ... 11M1 m.lH~ l m er w'. t ry4., p in I dOem.mu fmnm lPl. , I' N) SHA.. W. * ip, P. M. Isrther. Pacifi Time Table. a.:~i p. mu. CRAW 1ILE f TT 01NO tºMT I. P alnrr Mail. m. W ifr.Frrar 1:t ,m " Wp Frmmgli, IAU 4"Ua.'n LUtaWI C TT60110CIT $ lAtlantic Mail 1 '4a.n,. Kapim.. l"ir.'l.m Il:i 1., m. " Way Ynigbit .I', a. a.. Official_ Directory. S.T 411.. Mashrnf ofl Afl F.". .I'. ý. 1arrrt"., Ir. T" ana nu.ºmr J. E:. klcLk",rl.. H" 1. rl LWm .waurn..w . l Gt~, l .. *.emmtarp ii Stat,. 1.. IC·tH.wt. II I."... Tmm n unr Jught % .ca",i. if-!, nl Auctrl.,r \.lr" 4 - .I. ". ý t P h InP F..1. Wi. .. II I""uxn ofJu~tra · . W. I I'."n;,rlr rt. u. H."1""u 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. — 9 March 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL ILsa Cltt, M01o ANA. a aI 1ries of Subscription. n Sn., u Asauons, pOsesa PAmD. s imaths .in)...... ...... 1 as aath.................. 1.401 Io cm swaucmaases. oearssse, sermr .eaie, at s .ts per week. WLasslr srronl. 4.ow PAmR. Friday, March 9. 1899. TnE TARIrFF OORT. The apparent alacrity with which the the senate has dropped the tariff bill and taken up the Bland seigniorase measure might be construed. by the friends of silver, as indicative of a favorable change in that august body as regards the white metal. In fact the vote which defeated Senator Sherman's propoestion to refer the Bland bill was so decisive 110 to 4G-and the subsequent favorable action which gave it its third reading. and almost brought it to a vote on its second day in the senate. would be good premises from which to predict the pas sage of the bill by our house of lords, but we fear that the moving cause with our grave and reverend seigneurs is "not that they hate ,ilver less. but that they...

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 March 1894

MCI, r1x'rnzru "Clorsotrrt cc ~rmet.!s We have w-t rccve ed ten (I' zen No. 363 Schillin4 t 'rorets. that re tail regularly at S2.cc. Today %tr 'place the cntire I" t ~n our counter at the es rtIi: V, 1 Isrce tt Si.oo. If you ur, i~i te! ,t (',r~.et. or ck'ir& o tcn a %I be p~lea.uti i !, ,, c thin lin,'. No. B3e0, at C.:V. i *t n lt ( )urýL :"_ iý h -n ý a r ,( from \I ill - ( ,.~·~ .t \r"ýl \"ii r 1an. \1 Wi .I l;;. We are -h'a iuij .( Irl"u.z line of L~a'ue, (.i1,- that arc ni-i,1 rv r it0h THE DºAIIA .I 0IRNA.L NIL&.% (CITY. WINTUA4A. JIEl'h(% I. W'I. ITHI.It It!-PEIUT. Nbit.*. r .~Tr..,u Nb~h " re "i .. t I.._ ____I A df.ht, f, r, :w i.r .. .... 1. 1..u,.r. a n Um \I... 1.. .ratr. \1 14' w MI IL -1111 1A44T . . MeN t.-fn'r a tr " WASMIPUI!T0. March 9. To ob..rver. Mil...4aty. Moanta:s Momtana- Threat.-mng; pr..babll slight. Sr1> dra r. - H AR RI N~iTON. (Lhielsaf Weathe~r Htareau. Nosa-Tha' .hasyr foreea.t i. fur as haourn baerG . in. it. date LOCAL ITEMS. 0. F. Inge...

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 March 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report S Powder -5IVE1Y PR SHADES OF BLACK SKIN. - ,eareay From tihe Land of Palcfaces sad Back Again. A familiar human example will make I /s general muddliness and uncertainty t nature realizable to every one. If we see a negro in the streets of London. we -a.mediately recognize the broad differ emoe that marks him off from the com men mass of white men by whom he is surrounded. But that of course is only because we take an individual instance. We say quite dogmatically: "This man k black, thick lipped, flat nosed. I call him a negro. These other men are white, thin lipped, sharp nosed. I call them Eu _ropean... Quite so. That is true relatively to the small area and restricted number of cases you have then and there examined. But now suppose you go on t, the Sou dan and start from thence down the Nile through Nubia to Alexandr.i. At first on your way you would .-e few but thoroughly negroid faces-black skins. thick lips. flat ...

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