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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 10 March 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. z52. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, MARCH zo, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICEREGULATIONS. MAILS ('A E. ti.m ..... l tp. ni. K 4a . m. - ~MtW ndayn, -t.n~l Saturdyay . , 2 Y). mi. toam Miadga. and Pridays :u .m Ilprceial. No.nday. and am arrival of e stenir Ii.w tallat orbeforw .... ... 7 0ip. m. ud r ios... . . . 4 Ittri.Mi SRAM. W. thani. P. M. Uineflrs Pacific Time Table. LuAW!. gL6.a CIT! OOItvG WENT. 1 . PariS.e mail. 63t p. Mi. 47I8Kzprrw aFrright. . .Iti :4..rn Y Way Fr. .ish 11 :.9 iuA.ni. LLKAI MiLan CirT fiu,iru 34n.T M tilaairr. Mallh ... U p'4. m. metS Way Frright 01::1. a. in. Official Directory. STtTATL Mambi"r of I i.ingrr.. .4 . n. Hairitrit. R'i-mo,nit Ilwenyrir . . J. F:. kmi-tr.I ..H.Ii..ua Liamtdiov Al.. z ..ika.. H...irna Saktr of Stat.. L. Ri-tti Hii "II ia Sttra~arvr F.W. Wright. Ill.I tna State Audiitor AtSry" It1.4 ..,k. H.Itita 9y1 liernral Hun .1. IHi..k.ll1. It .ii fJastir. . W. V. I'.rnhwrt.,i. 11r4.ua (MV. Snpr....

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. — 10 March 1894

'!'E DAILY JOURNAL WnMM CrIW. MO YANA. 3ve7y U.eetmg az..p Sads.a Tort,. of Sgsiwcrdpio. NI NAIL. IN ADV.mOL t(NA03 PAID. .a.eem s"%i m ..t.h... .00 tUitta.... swauth... 1.0 T6 cmT savuaeuzmas. *omatee. ami eveuags at $ mtau per week. wmiLT marr'iow. TALLOW PANSD. Saturday, March 10. 1893. IT is a sure shot that any man who will deliberately cheat the printer, will ea opportunity commit any crime in the decalogue. This statement is prompted by the news item in this issue regarding old "Silver-Tip" Hannah, who used to run the Macqueen house in this city. This individual left here owing this pa per the petty sum of $9.00, which he has ever since persistently refused to pay. although prodded in every way known to an anxious and impecunious creditor. With this knowledge of him the JOURNAL is not surprised to learn that the old reprobate has deserted his wife and family. and skipped off with some giddy fool of the opposite sex who had more money than brains. If she hadn't "Silver-Tip" wo...

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. — 10 March 1894

MoZr4TX um c~ormetu! Oc rmets! We have i:-t re cieil tell doIen/f Nw,. 36.- Schiiiii t r~etA. that rc Sail rg~&: - T~a ~ place the cii u. 1- n ii mr ((e tnter at the w r I. price Eot Sio.00 If vnii ii'. !n ' ! ..1 (ir~ or 1w.. irt :ti tii':i . bet J)IE.ý "; I " (I in-el~ct this lift. PNc. t388, ''Il our ý'. r::1.:irt. lit t arrived We can AL ý' . n:- mt garment Tan. NIt~ ha anl WIt. k. Wearc -L.I:'x tun; ai ,Iar.- line o Iatdic ( ap- that are c' in-utlercil very (i 'i-ci . I.'. it themi. THE IPAIIi .I4W'RNAL MILEes CITT. MONTAN(A. JulI Et'A1. WIAtTH?. R IPuRT. ,rrTi-ni. W' l Wieather. Uahantnn t'iug.rn"rtur.". 4f Minimum t-m3.irati'." Meaw temip.'raturi-. . H. R. H4)'NTO\. 4 lhr.~rr. W EATHIERi FIRIilAliT. :WAamixoTO~m. March 10 Toobserver. Mile. City. Montana: Mootana- Fair. probabiy Waiwrn. HARRINEITOt4. ('ieitiof Wratber Bureau. NOTE-Tbr ahovr forecast Is fir :" hoar, born 6 a. in.. it. date LOCAL ITEMS. J. J. Oliver arrived from St. Paul last night. ________ Letmp's celebrat...

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. — 10 March 1894

I igest of all in Leavening Pow.rr.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABSOU EY PURE SHADES OF BLACK SKIN. A ~ arac em sthe land of Patefaces sad Back Again. of A familiar human example will make da this general muddlinests and uncertainty 1y of nature realizable to every one. If we pe ass a negro in the streets of London. wt- sa Immediately recognize the broad differ- hi gace that marks him off from the com- w: mon mass of white men by whom he is; TI garronndedl. But that of course is only at because we take an individual instance. Iu We say quite dogmatically: "This man "l Is black. thick lipped. fiat nosed. I call bx him a negro. These other men are white. thin lipped. al-arp nosed. I call them En- im ropeans." H Quite so. That is true relatively to 0 the small area and restricted number of of eases you have then and there examined. it But now snPupse you go on to the Sou- A dan and start from thence down the Nile a through Nubia to Alexandria. At first as ga your way you would see few bu...

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. — 12 March 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE__ JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 53. MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, MARCH 12, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS 4'L051. ... 1.10) Ip.mi. Yum Monday. Wl.i. ay mla Frnday. 7 iiyN a. m. Itwsr. dMondlay.. NWili,.a Slatrdaay. . dO ' p . in. Spcil.Moda. and~ m I t-sMonday. an I FnIda)". 7:31 j.. im. 9~aaj:IS a. mn. Uia oa n arrival of ."a.t~rm bml. at or hi~f.irr . . 7:00 1p. im. WIN"' orderrcla. . li p. in. eloar. A >U1 . in. ra W41 r il.rn fromi 12 to I p. in. ('HAn W. Shut.i P. . Northern Pacific Time Table. LaAta MILES ('ITT Oiutib' Zn?. U, I. Pacific Mail. gix l. in. 3.1 Ki apr-n Frordgt II .0:' gi. in. Ma 13 Way Fri.iglai 111.1100 . in. a 0. Atlantac Mail :I.,o. K K~apreto F'~lr~ihu 1:t N May F'r,.igihn. Official Directory. I ~bmhr oif I .onion-.. .1 . 0l.tna. ii .I"tx meri~tary of Stat." I. 10.1alit. H .;..L UgalrTr.aaunir i N . Nrh. l".i',a 'y li-noral Hi, tI .I.1'a.4."ll II.'l.iua Pubi In. -. .rin.. H. l.-t.a f Just iriW- f P Iit. ,n. Kill". a liiSip...

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. — 12 March 1894

IEE DAILY JOURNAL UZssa @3t, Ome ANA. )sarv vesalsg maspt luajea. Turas. of BabseriUois. us smi., us arasca. mo esta am. seats.s .-....... ,sa sue UU wea asstu.....ma ... 1.00 0681,W, eeseer seesag. at eats per week. weram1 sox. rm ow rasa. LOS Monday, March 12. 1804. NoraUxo TO yEAM FROM THEM. No one should be alarmed at what congress may do. No manufacturer has cause to fear its tariff legislation. No Mnancial institution has cause to fear its currency legislation. No such legisla tion is liable to proceed from this ses mon of congress. The Bland seigniorage bill will pass the senate. with or without a free coin age amendment. It will then be vetoed by ;the president. No other currency legislation will get through this session. The senate bill for the wholesale pro tection of trusts will be debated in the senate for weeks. It will receive the op. position of both the Republicansand the Pbpulists in the senate. and it may pass the senate and it may not. If it passes the senate. 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. — 12 March 1894

ý7crsmetm! \V have lust rt:-eivecl te II 14zef No. 363 .Schilling~(1 ~ that re tail regitlar', at ; 'r r. To'lay we place the entire 1. 't 'n o'ur c' unter at the rxrernclv :w prc (ot If youL are W . ne-:,f (eret'. or dlesire toy 1,44 it~ 4? hemI1 we w4il I be pleai~cl lie yet Itpct 4t this line. N o .36 4, aTAC:EmTA. (lur ý-rv lr~n .. ' a4 j t irr '~ We can .ht <w1 a4 n1ie g4'armetltt at Sz. ;1. \c l it -h~a~l4- 4.t Tan. \1I, hlA and l iII, k. Weare - 1440 04 a lag-c line of Ladlies lap, that are c 4n- 4Ie~rctI v'crv cl"i' ie* I..444k at them. THE IAIL1 SIOURNAL MILE% CITY. WONTANA. JOURNAl WI STIHEK RS.MPºT. Ban.-i To"nyp Warn~t Weatherr Itlk p" N 4.1 1! br"atenin.r. 1,th, :* - l*atI Pre lr"ate"sur. A deah lufyr a nun P.r n'. ,nn. tel,,w z r... DAILY L.. At. ME %4.. Manamum tru yn prture. +: Minunum timng.ria tur,.:i4 Mean teman "ratur,". 4t. Precipitato.o tn lant .;4 hour.. It H K. HOYNTON, Ob(errer. WEATHER FORECAST. ,WAUatsOero. March 1t To observer. Mil. ('ity. M'.etesw Mon...

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. — 12 March 1894

Ed Li g Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. ^AIL - rr Fbw~dr RAL, LUg a CHRISTMAs FAREd re Wes Cmu, gh aa4 aDses, but do stroaun v. Oats M Isrea ýt t'r. r, - .f warbhas favcred his u ti ;?: somse -k'llful foraging 3phraitn, . Regro, .'.a his uiith gosk, Jxidyserv'at a - gentlemen i iaii- n,. several offoers t.. n " m lstatmas day, 1864. Ine i ky of the timely invitation were in number, all oficers of dietinc among them Generals Longstreet, *srdos and Kershaw. They were all r time when the dinner was called. It .Was served on a rough pine table, with a cover. in General Lee's weather tent. It consisted of boiled cab. iad eight or ten boiled sweet po -illas5 and a dish of rice cooked dry. piece de resistance, which indeed knightly guests found it hard to Xltwas a small bit of bacon, t a inches square. that top of as large cabbage. Noy. "' a. oa the Confedi "at as are roses t ' . hill tlges in Decembe . magine, Bo|re, the 'self exercised each gustas ' .duin turn a ce' of the id1 t proffe...

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. — 13 March 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. z54. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, MARCH z3. z894. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS CLOSE. . 1'b p. In. fm aridm. 7:9 nU. in. M.a Re,~v . Mindy.Wdan..ly and Friday. 7::01 n. i. IIIT."r. YMonlisy·. Wr.Irr.·r aad F rlllay 7:Ikj . m. 1 lturday. . ... 1 p. m. .Meinday. and9 Pg4Ila). 7::Al ,. .n. $pncaal. Mo.nday's nod .. . . . I) ;111 p. m. at l. arrnal of r :Ia In. uhLmcnrhopen from to 1 p. M i eki*r. I nr. 'eM. en. I HAl, W. SKTog P. M. hrther. Pacific Time Table. LEAV3 MILKS (i1T? (GiII WEIT. U I. Pacific Mail. 1 :. E. L> MII.F.l. Fru t .. I I ..ti p. ITt. "K WaY F II.FC c t 1"),., H. tn 111 ! Atlantic Mail 1 n u,.I II. 6apr~w Fr.·lr~lr II .:uI 1.. n,.. NaM Way hlr.eglt .... Official Directory. .T %TV MaBb..r ,,fi,,lnr."... IN" IIrr~n(, Ali,.l)', :HI U0 .,4 nx J. I.. Hirek rl..II-I,*n,. W at ~ Iir \I". HIk. Ie I, ,, Sary f ili. aI-.. Hk..il.,,i Ii I.-DA Trm. uu r."r I. V.. W,,it. Il.").I.., Amd itor InIrti. If I *..... H."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. — 13 March 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL ULKsm .rtr, MONTANA. ves~ 3vsamtmag uaees muk.a. srms of Subscription. SUsA., L ASAmCU. waOwU PAID. M. o e ta .... .............. To IrT somaesarnas. westr. ee*ry vesiwe. at mats per week. WaLmtr mITroa. U.LOW iPAsla. OW----- Ye. .... .. . . .. ............. sA t . ........... ................ tLA --- _ -. .. . . ... .. . . . .. .. . ...i. Teseday, March 13 1881. A NOTABLE HEGIOBA. The Minneapolis Tribune notes with some concern the political debility of the organization known as Tammany, and Mayor Gilroys ithght southwestward is a painful reminder of its physical de cadence. For the mayor says he is go ing to California for his health. As Tammanyites seldom do anything for strictly hygienic purposes. Mayor Gilroy must be a very sick man. But the mayor is only one of many chieftains ahd big medicine men of the tribe who have suddenly decided to tiee from the rigors of a New York spring and seek strength and health in the sunny south. Since the beginning of the McKa...

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. — 13 March 1894

Coorssfrrs We hav e iu.t receive\d ten dozen No. 13(, Schi:n' (l ('rect , that re Oil regularly at (>'J TIi iday we place the entire It n our counter at the extreint I. ~ price of SI.oo. If vou arc in nit1d of t ir',ct, Of dikqre ti :i i.t theii. iie w~il: be plea~ee t~ hay'., \"o1i',ntacrt this lintr yqo. 06ea, S X . c asoh.. --JAOgU2Tý.' 4)uIr rint : hIate t urrit I fromni Ml: & (,:tIi. o'1 New York We can ,hi r i\ i n il g arnient at S2. o Nei % t1% is ; -halc- (If 'ran. M ii-hIa nil It:.o Weate ,hIi iiiý ai~; latrii line ofI l.adic, ( al- that arc in-lidreil ."trv hi cli .C I. k at themi THE IAIIA J.OURNAL'I UILP-C (*IV. MONT.NA. U yasnoo. Trn;.rot..t'. a ter. AMdash truuI.r." nto.. 1n ,r w.' nu.r... DAI . 1.14 41. UA H. R. IlOYNTO\. Obarrvrr. WIEATHER FtIREI'AST. ,W "aazuorux. Marcb 13 To nbarver. Mile.City. Noataaa: Montana - Gen.rally fair probaby .hghtly warmoer. HARRINOTON. ('hirf of Wathar Bureau. NOTa-The abohe f.rrcael is for 5 hooar btun a. m.. it& dale 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. — 13 March 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.- Latest U. S. Gov't Report Powder ABSO YZ PARE T OUGHTLESS MINISTERS. ShIe Ceeky Drummer Catches Two Di Vines on a Simple Propoeitoa. Abasbed at nothing, a commercial riaveler in the south once propoumded a question to a couple of clergymen, whom he encountered on a railroad train. which illustrates how easily a man may be tripped on a siml'o little catch problem. The drummer entered Lto a conversation with the minis and entertained them amazingly with his brilliant conversation, touch lag men and affairs. Gradually the top Ies changed. until at last the talk was ad Dr. Talmage and his visit to the Noly Land. Speaking of the Holy Land." said the graceless commercial man. "I was quite interested to read in a New York per recs ntly that a party .,f ixplorers a Palestine had dis"ov,-reel a htige heap od bones, which. front their size and quantity. are auppiaedl to .e of the chil Aren which Herodordere. killed. They were found in a cave. a hich had bee...

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. — 14 March 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE__JOURNAL._ VOLUME XII. NO. 55. MILES CITY, MdNTANA. WEDNESDAY, MARCH z4, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS taL8EI Morndays. .dwly Fa yrr." 7: .111a. an. i, ~ ~ Monday.. an.In Mondlays and Frittayn 1.an p. m.. 1p.watal Monaday.. and * a4Up.an. 'arrval oft a'aIrn tLtrv MWEot ... 7:00 p.aaa no. r4 d u sar l aIe ... t s p.: mm, LOAE aa. . W.t aiaatta. a. P. M.a LSKerieaara Pacific TieTbe M . laeafe Ma ll .a.. a. ta.t ,,rt..a, Ia m.a 13 satata .. . ri1h .1 J.C p. ft.a ,a- .a mavtNay atr titat .'. . a t a. no . L3Ae Tvaaatr.- f .t W. W1r. g,, Ii.T .a 1 Atatitaa Ma il Ii 1-r .1 I.k-I ~ a. m. Me n tWa.. .nub 'A 1a. P.al~t. a. w.at M N111apat- '.na. ". art . F-. 'art..anta-.. ra-I-t Onrrn~r . J.F N ,rkar..l. Hiling.. ry ofa ! tata. a a . I. 1l.'aatt. lault.n Traa rjfl-a.talr F..... (a -at.,,. H-.,-t... An~lita~r . 1nl ." It. I-.,.k. Hel-? a y at.- ers I'. p4 Jt H. k,tan.. H ele-.a~t U.N. AtaIn.- F.. Ia 'a.a..d Il-lea-n faaat .- atwn..., It . I Irna r ut... ...

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. — 14 March 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL 33Ls CITY. mONTANA. Evesy UveWse Ease"4 Sunday. Terns of sauberfption. ST NAUi.. is ADVANCE. POsTAGS PAID. a tree, oue year ........... SOgAS era z muth, ......... 6.00 N tice, owss moth .......... 10 To crrr scea ramaas. s rrier. evert evealng, at 25 cents per week. weALi. EIlt~tox, TELLOW lAPEL. ear.... . .....1.00 Wednesday. March 14. 1894. THE NATIOWAL Bt'4CoisT%. One of the most singular phases of the political condition of the country. is the scathing abuse that is heaped upon the the republi can minority in congress by the democratic press. because this minority does not tumble over itself in eager haste to aid the administration democrats in carrying out the policy on which they won the battle of Ilet:i. With a clear majority in both branches of Congress. this party of blatant dem agogues that airily denounced the Mc Kinley tariff as a fraud and a robbery. now howls itself black in the face be cause the supporters of the McKinley tariff will not turn in 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. — 14 March 1894

MoZ1NPX1.mU cOcrmetm! ""C hla'. ii:-t rci veil htn dl'tir No. 363; sch iIi ,i ( ~r-.t-, t hat re tail regularly ait S2GO,. Tiulfay, W% place the entire lot on our ci 'ntet at the t \trenCv rudyt' price (Ii oJr des.ire , i! t thinm. t'.c Will be plea. d ic~ ~'II if~lpci t this lunl. PJo. 0630, s l~o caoh, )ur "'pimn inc. ha Just .IrrI d liorn Miill & (,Ilib., ot \ei'. York W an ,hos' c. ~I . ii . c garment at $2. ;o. Nui. .'tt isIi .'liad e. of Ial, Mit cha andil iack. Weire - e.i.t in t litrge li p of ladle.'(.ai that are t ins1idcrr yiný- ci "ice. I.*--k it thenm., THE IIAIIA .IOURNAL NILE' C ITY. MON'TAN4A. JO! R'CAI. WI ATHEK KEPOKT. $Bar~" Tn. Wiin W'"aik'r. Uaaz,n,'ii t.oij.."r.,i... , 4' Nauiomun t"mpi.ra'ur." :ii Nean. t.e4-rrsiOe. ii.. Pi.'.cpmiaii..u it, ta.t ( biour.. .u, H4. N. IfOYNTON. Obiererir. WEATHER FORECAST. :W aauimoromt. Mlardi is 0,To obseerv..r. Mile'. I 'ity. Niuataaa: r imiana -Gene~rally fair: probeahtj slighetly warmer. HARRINOITON. l'ine-f f Wi'ather ...

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. — 14 March 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Rip Pdr '41m THE YLMPERAMENTS. gibWe.rfold iiIssaleation That Wam Maas Two Theu.and Tear Ag.. It is interesting to find that so thor. agbly scientific a man as Professor William Preyer has adopted the four bid classitication of temperaments made nearly 2.OoO years ago-namely, he choleric. sanguine, melancholy and lymphatic. The existence of one or he other of these temperaments may daicerned, he says in his work on "The Infant Mind." very early in the great malornty of children-in the sec ond quarter f the first year, beyond a doubt. Nearly every one who has written ad cit temperaments has got up s classiflcn'ion of his own. lilen had aine, Haycock gave six. Graham Brown seven, and others have .ot down as low as two. Modern write ra use the word nervons for choleric, asd bilious for melanchclie tempsram'nt. With these verbal modifications, the old clas ification seems to answer all practical parposes, and individuals can ...

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. — 15 March 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 156. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MARCH z5, '894. PRICE FIVE CENTS A ]P:HILIC Occ'A-SION. The Dedication of the Montana State Reform Schoof at Miles City. iISTINGUISHEi GUESTS PRESENT. Iet.e.pton., Itaaquai. lep.eehn. ned Ianse Ilg ('arry the Alhir lnaeo Uriad Ii I.llhat of Morales. The 'ompletion of the State Reform School at Miles ('its the first of the state institutions contempllated by the enablingc act undeir whic'h we' Ia''lrnee. a state is a notable, *exe.npli ication of the, truth of the scriptural uljunctio"i'. "rThe first shall I.. last. and the. l.at first.' When the subjec't oef state* instituctl:lis rande to iw" a topic .,f conv'erseatiie 'i and their Irwlatlnc a ,llattier ofl rcnjecl''ture. Mile ('ity. in its earnest and eInieil.,eIl ent way of diJnllg things. .tet out to wt euire' thel agrilcultural co'll'Lege'. '('aud' why . We couldl raic c..ore, kincle. of garden lecss. and couldl g.it it a latter tlavor than an% other st...

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 March 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL MamLSa CIr, OMrANA. wery Evenatg Ezeept Sauday. T.hes of hBbeeripfdon. SAIL, MU AMAIcms . sTAS ea·ID. j.-si ya cr S............. aJ sa moth .:............. 1i00 TO cIrt cascaiss. s.erlsr, every eoveisan, at cents per week. mtaLT Dnow, ZLLOW PAPrL .............................. L2.00 .......................... 1.0 Thursday. March 13. 1894. CONGORAT1LATORY. W.hile in the ordinary affairs of life. self praise is rarely admiesable. we feel it to be most proper on this occasion to eongratulate ourselves- the people of Miles City-on the very successful func tion which was observed last evening, and in which so many distinguished guests participated. Such an achieve ment is no small one for vastly more pre tentious committ.'es than ours. where '' .. cans to (to. both financial and ma ter,,. are at hand, and may be freely used; out it may be said without boast ingthat the people of MilesCity rarely if ev,r tall short of absolute success in the entertainment of out slde gue...

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 March 1894

Oh What a ~1~oerenoe IZn the Morning The lianqu:t i- a ,hino of the past. but e. ar t .n , l'.k today shouting a int rof FRENCH PERCALE. . ta-t colors. . inches wide.. g ,od eight. suitable for Sprin;, I);t -. Shirt \\'aits or chil(lrci n' tA.r I n)ly I cents per yari Duck ,uitin. -a ry popular Drc., F-alt hat everalt paterns tht , . t:,r ;it IS cent "een, Men, Hold up your Pants wi t . II1 !:t I.E'. S .. I'1.N1)'.R : cent% and to c. _t: - Take a 1~,,k at them. &.'_Rý hzý THE IIAIL JOULRNAL MILEP* (CITY. MIONTANA. JOI~ 4Al. WEATHER RI ORIT. m Temp,. 11i4 Wetbher. 114111 / 14 , .W ..4wlear. alth a It s , IE ,Part Jlnudy A dash h.f.ur. a nunl.r me.ans hl.low ..ro. 1IL1., LtM4'l. MiA S. Ilaalmum ,.nlt-eratur,. 41 MaaImumTI tollsratur. Mcars ta.at. ratur.. N. Pr a tci ai. saI ) l 4 %I.r , a WE.TIITE F"lkElu T. W'AeHIUterOXN, Ma.hI IS 1o lav-ry+r. M lA. at"I). M.itana: ]lntars. F'atr. fll,,w :l by sh.,wer. a-e- tr-m- wa-tern porta na: slightly _HARRINflTON. 4 haiofrf Weather Bureau. ...

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 March 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.- Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Powder o r A...... 'LI POM P WAR IN BRAZIL OVER. Heavy Bombardment of the Rebel Position by the Loyal Forts. iGreari rejoiring in Rio. Whilth Hen I tell ASi ,I.t Ire.ertrd -iMuleh su. rlng Ito e Retlieved. Rio to Js.\s:lilo. March 1:t. --The war is practically over and the cause of the insurgents is lost. The rebel forces sur rendered unconditionali. almost with out tiring a shot. Offtticers of the insur gent tfleet have take.n refuge on board the French and Portuguese warships. One French vessel has put to sea with man) of the rebel ,tlicers on board. It is said l1a t;ama is on h.ard the British warship Sirius. When the fact became known that D)a ;arna had otffer ed to capitulate the government tflet entered the harbor luietl). .As the yes eels made their wa) up the bay they were saluted) the gvernmuent hatter les. The greatest i\xcitement prevails in the city. The stieots are crowded, and everywhere can be heart the cr...

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