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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 22 March 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 162. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS ('LOSE. .. OOp.m. S 7:0 a. m. Y(te.. M.ada"., W edne," P ridaja . .. . 0am. h and .. 25 p m. Spocmal. Moadayis ad V 11 ft p. M Ii. :I3 am. em arrival of .aaterm ordr eleaa 4 O i . M.l . 750p. m. p e*~ lraina. .O 450ptm. - .penfrenml 2to I p. a. ('SAS. W. SKIDS. P. M. hither. Pacific Time Table. LsYUE MILHS (4 Otto WEST. M l. PaiSe Mail . ti Me ti zrraaFrlht I. »In .. m. LHAVE NILKO hIC! G,1ta,. ,.ANT. «..IAdaatic Mall . it.. Lra Nw Itprep'F Pnht11::t 1, m If. Yra Fn'tttht Y:I7I v, m. Official Directory. 'IT 41TF.. E~mherr ..w .4.F..i3,g.... I .,H r a ' : I u ,Iatem , r J. E.. 4tlrº.4. .I.. If.- . I1, L40"a 4 i., %1.x 1t, "1kl, If.-J. vla Si't' 4.u.lst..t .4, I.4 III .4. . II. u;., N' 4 P ~al, I.,.. j..1. *I1 *.I- * I Il. .,, ,. I 4tup ri.m. F11... WI ý ",,,. . l4"i i. ."( llte ir" II I.rr:, "I i Amr pnat . " Ij. t., - ~l.. -<, r. H"i... 4.4. ...

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. — 22 March 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL' ILag CIT, MOMTANA. 7very lveallag cept Sundary. Terms of Subeription. T 3An., 1ns a aANC. PwTrS ruPAID. tk, A months .................. 6. li, o.e moth ........ . 10 To cars ·sSeassases. Seanrler, mr ovenul., at 5 centa per week. wUasl .nor0o. TrbhWoW PAPUR. Mo at. ...................................A.0 m tl b .... ............................. 00K Thurday. March 22. 189-. StE~E R8 FROM RUSUIA. Usmmrab. saeee as as assamsas bw he aseitaetm USte. Qmck as are Americans to criticlsethe manners and customs of Russia, and in Srior as the subjects of the czar are fre quently considered, the settlers on the western prairies might well learn lesson cd the Russians who have their uniqut settlements among them. The Mennon. tes, exiled from southern Russia because of their re!igion, made is systematic an exodus as did the Israelites of old. The, sent out their agents to spy out the land and purchased 10.0(., acres of the Santa Peand Kansas Pacific railways for homes. Then 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. — 22 March 1894

trlly Ws hsd. C alt.ula'::· !ca~d vi, c,,rrcct re- sutl,. IfCI iianc \U the , .;At lf t~ ar 'tit the idlc~i. . .,' n . u hat yu ft, 1rt rr \ t KID (,aL' ' I." ( hams > s... t Am, t . a. :. Sit hr \t, ntT\ :nd . i~~ Jacket- .ind \\ tap-. 1~'~t h Ae,4 THE IDAIIA .IolIRNAI MI.LE: ( ITV. M9dNTANA. JOItkAl. H tl.Tl1EK REI'OirT. atrn.T T|'mli .'| 1r We ath..r. 2lt " I.., - It ,. at 1I.,udi 27.i a 4 ' SW rt i. ,,r A ,.a h . f.,r, a. r ,,. n. t, ..w o. rn Maimmr rn, t.'l fI ,l t· i. . 4. M tI ai r n . {'r .it r . Ht. k. INITON. fame h4&T. N. 4 lrat .. 1 ),..bwrv,,r. Mfli. ( t11. Yontana l4ntanrl. F;tlr rand warm,.r. HA RRINGTON. 1 hin.of Weather uremu. NorT-Thiah shre orca t is fig 31 hour. from 6 a. m.. Ite date LOCAL ITEMS. T. E. Murray arrived from St Paul lut evening. Lemps' celebrateit lager reer at Bul. lard's. " P. H. Scanlin of St. Paul is registered in the city. A. T. Hull of Omaha came in on last night's train. George P. Dier. registering from Min. aswpoliai isn the city. 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. — 22 March 1894

i ighest of all in Leavening Power.- Latest U S. Gov't Report. - Powder AlB5LO/LY PURE CHARAC'EER IN GAIT. --RSONALITY OF PEOPLE SHOWS ITSELF IN THEIR WALK. SStratter lHas Benodles Comeit--The Wsan W ho Steps With Paisfal Aeean -ey-Ah. Here (omel the Mal With teady Tread and MXaly Carriage. It is Plutarch who says that "An ac lon of small note, a short saying or jest will distincnish 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 tWained eye. in ordelr to interpret these' mystic signs. The indications of char acter as exhlbiteil in the walk of a per son. however, arre patent to e..vry be bolder and may he decipher, I by til most untutored, the 1.ia.t astu e. Sit by your window .nillle ine nlnl tag and watch the m-n ani women a;i theyplw ...

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 March 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 163. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY. MARCH 23. 18p4. PRICE FIVE CENTS POBSTOFFICE KEGUIATIOUS. MAILS (LOSE. 6 il0p. nM. 7: 11 a. in. 3A1~rM~iaays. 7:30 a. m. W anajad PFndaya... 7 0p. m. ýpea.Moadajia and 8:Y . in. nýaf uW rm~to 3aO.m. NErthern Pacifis Time Table. UmY ML i7t? Got . WUS?. M a I ý! I Fal; ... a3 . .. w ay a, t-I" a. in. No.$Atlantic Mail 1 . Ia.n,. Ma N pr Pk :ro I 12 11p. m. 13:I a ii. Off icial~ Directory. sT.%iih. Mamlbirr oi (..ugrr.... .(.% ~ll:ittnuI,i,, n:. Tr..~r.'nr I. W. N r..ei~t lI".iin Auditor tIi.~ II. Ii "...k. 11-Ira t Uy tiwu"raI H In J. lI ..k."II. .lrl."ua t Pubh It. F . *t. r". ll.-lrua *Jtl~ic.iie, 1. t:"r?. "n. lrl,.,:a lk tiupr..rni..t rt lbr"j N. ir...r H1r4..na , V l , .%%att. H1il". ~ IIUFI 'I. Iýriri. .r It.u r ii 1..". rht~.: . H4:::. I 1).rce. ,ra.hr' . II. 31:1." .iu, Il.34iriiir..,.:r I 4hr: tr 6:..' it) Wrorth,.r I I \r: ' 7 + II. Ii.:.I. M it,r it, I.S ~in. n-i. Ill . r"Il.rMt. ) Official Nh.n"raer...

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 March 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL MIEin CITT, EONTANA. Avery 3.e.tag Eacept Sunday. Terms of Babecription. ST MAIL, it AIhVYA5CU. P06?AGB PAID. *Eiio+ one year mrt .a................s10.00 s an., s o .thrnca, po ..e.. 6.00 lo.one month ..........10 To (rrr sacatamaas. earrier, every evening, at 25 cents per week. wKILT EDTIOU. TZLLOW PAaE. ft Months ....................... :.....:20 Friday, March 6M. 1994. A HAD OUTLOOK. For some weeks past it has been the fashion with the democratic press of the country. wherever a factory or mill or other industrial enterprise started up. after months of enforced idleness. to hail the smoke from the chimneys as banners on which were blazoned a vindication of the democratic policy and harbingers of the return of the prosperity which the application of that policy had driven from the land. While it becomes no mial or party in this land of immense possibilities to be come a pessimist. still it is safer to look at things in their true light. and when this great awake...

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 March 1894

4 Carefully Weighed. Calcula' w'l cad! t' correct re suilt,. If vol are crlcllating to sat money, the !but wdv to carry out the 1(1,. t- t, it once buy "lhat you nerd Irtoni 'Hr Neil stock of K1l) (,l.( º\i.' ( hamia :- . 1 A (jell Bt~uit I I (X0 H ool .:. n ! (,!;t, t. 'I 7 iloiok . n (,ý.i f. I : Itltp . " tr -t -b .de'. Alexarn :t kidl glove in Am rl r. r 1cc ~tur < t me..- ' of Apr ng Jacket, atnl \\ r sp, THE IAIIA JOURNAL MItI.E (IT . MONTANA. JOUR 4AL WEATHEK KIEPOST. Hatron TnT Wird Wrathrr. pt '&J ." Ol l Irard A slash toin.r.- + man~l user s. a In 1..w s-rn.. DkILS L- Al. ME4ýtw Maasmun t rb~lera:tur." C" Maarmuns t.; rr1 sntur ".ý1, M."ar t. u~i rutolr" . H. IH. *Si'iToN. Oh.rrsrr. WEATHER FORu .AST. H AsfnlTS)), March ZI. ST ar.,. rr de. City. MntanaN MUntana Fr art I warner. E hi.fof wNt Bureau. Hors-The abhve fIreeast is for as hours from G a. m.. it. date LOCAL ITEMS. H. M. Drew of Boston is in town. Nate Spangler is in from the country. LeI.mp s celebrated lag...

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 March 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.- Latest U S. Gov't Report. IO BaingM~ 'HE STORY OF A YEAR NOW A MIGHTY NATION HAS SUNK FROM PLENTY TO WANT. Saaestr ia Crippled and HaImed sad Pro.. parity Vlselag Uefs.e the Pr.. Trade Speater-As Open letter to the Hoe. W. I.. W~la.. One year ago the largest trade ever known in this country gave promise of prosperity and national wealth beyond all precedent. Mills were crowded with work and all kinds of business stimulat ed, giving promises of the best results. New enterprises started up to swell the vast volume of commercial trade, and every sign of enterprise was hung out over every door in the land. Yet in one year the h ieis have all been blasted, the in of prosperity has gone down, and £loomy clouds have cover& the sky. During the presidential campaign the pledge was made that -if you will only elect C'levil sud your wheat ' ill bring a dollar a bushel, corn will g. up to the highest fi.ure. nd the natt a will enjy the gr*'.ite-t blessing...

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 March 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURN L. VOLUME XII. NO. z64. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, z894. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE KEGULTIONS. MAILS ('LO4E. *fi iyp. m. 144ip. m. ,.il p. in. *isadau. ad 1 rm'layv 7Jp Nipe"al . . 7:ada1. ran 111=61s i"p~m 92 da" 7a.m q " and Fridari al 1 a. oi. $ it ial. Y lo I,.taIr * and ýai. b . . .. . r. 01 p. m. ~ t lse. .ria of 4 $1) .a. in. claw. . .0A p. in. Ora-O~re 'p a frrim 22 toI p. mo. /' An. W. ligyDIk P. M. NErths,. Pacific Time Table. iaaVa N$Ln ('ITT GOINi WiAT. N. I. Parcii Mail niF y.. ni. N.Mto P·rra F'r,.ih .. Il :V i . n,. No K War Ml'llt F, Rt i , . LUATS Mli.ia (I ll. ii..i iT. No. .Atlaaie Mail 1a. iat N.54 l:apr.. F'lr'igl, I .Ii It ixn. NoMWa~r Fr·urli ', ar Official Directory. '1 ITI. Meoih.r .F.f .r-- 'I IlI. ir II II i M110 'iar) .il.tHi . II , Rtarut4 aii1r" I t V.J w:,,. Il li. lllatn rna~nr r F N 11 r,ý' r, 11."1."x.; 1141,. A dxt,,r ,.,r" I.. -" 11"" 11.~ Aei'r i.*"nrol I, 1. IF . - I. ill..I"~ Ilur· · I' u . · II ,- I·.. -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. — 24 March 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL ILh i CITT. MONTAI A. Svery hr.aiag Ezepst E.uday. Terms of Sabecription. 3? NAIL. IN ADTANCI. POSTASQ PAID. m ths= = ===.. ..................0. · tion. one yeAr )10.0 ti.on, one month .... ........... . to CrrT scrmaaaas. a earrier. everr evening. at t2 eents per week. wuiZLT uDITIOW. TILLOW PAPra. Mouths ........... ...................... 2.00 Mooth 1............... ............... 1.00 Saturday. March 24. 1894. WEAT MAY THE G(RANI~ERRa MILL. CITr. March :1. 1:94. ED. YELLOWtrTOt.l JOURNAL: It has bees suggested by some of our friends who live in the country that we hold a -live stock and agricultural fair" in connection a ith our race meeting this fall. say some time in the month of Sep tember. The idea is one that I have long desired to see carried out. for I be lieve it would not only Ie of great ben etit and advantage to Miles ('it. ,ult would do llhii h to enIcourage our farm ee and stoc'kmen II their eftorts of making this an agricu.tural section. We have a...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 24 March 1894

Carefully Weighsd. (alcula-i. t": c. rrcct re sult.. If ,", ire c;(lc ati!1.. to ,a~c IwUEJILT. Th h -r %%t y t, i arrv out the iIlea. I.t cit Lwct I)n %hat O I lieu 1i~ an-n: ,r \ t,,ck of (hain - :- .;. :I 7' Iboik l ii ,iII! (,:ii c. .`I u,. AlI x;In.: - -t ki'd glov in Amt. ic,2. $ Str 4.r oxtt I.I\ ;Inc .t ttprin;, Jacket, . liin \\ rap, &)atd.4f AC ,1 THE IIAIL .JOURNAL MILrs CITV. MOSTAN.A. J4o'RAL W;EATHkER H EPI4RKT. Httrrn. T.r. W t.ln Wth.rr. ad ng.: 4; &NW 4h4Iun4) I th Td Al' If ar H. H. U1.arTON. % TI THIk FikkEt\IsT. Tou o!.,rv-r, Ml- < 1't). Montaua, - f.nlnl .r.rD nt lrri., t(.uDlht: fI.ir Sunda) i.,~ hh) l wrme.r. HARRINOTO.. 'hlefof Weather Burrau. Nra-The. ab,v for..cast is for 36 hour i faem Ga. m.. its date . LOCAL ITEMS. E. S. Ikgart is up from Terry. Lemp ' celebrated lager beer at Bul lard's. * F. V. Hurley arrived from St. Paul last night. George Lanecigne of Terry spent the day in town. Capt. E. S. Cameron came up from Terry on last evening ' tr...

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 March 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Powe; .--iates U S. Cov't Report Mdg B rºsaum30v Y PURS -y - AN ANIMATED NEWSPAPER. A Old Man Seads the News sad Te.t It to His Customers. "Speaking of queer occupations." saMi " Fourth street merchant, "there is an ldd fellow down town who makes a good ]ving reading the newspapers. Of course everybody reads the evening paper. but it the rush of business the morning pa pers may get lost m the shufte. The old gan gets ,out of bed at an early hour and gets a copy of each of the morning papers as early at they can be bought. Be then reads them exhaustively, and by the time business men get down town he has. thoriunghly mastered all branches of the news ,t the day. He is well edu cated and lbrht and has a keen percep tion. He* thitn starts out, dropping inon first one and then another of his sub scrhers f, ,r he lets his -ervices by the week. j'uit a- a newspalr. •"He ei.er. a bank whitre everyvtld id busy. He knows the likes and disihkes of every on. of his ...

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 March 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. z65. MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, MARCH 26, t894. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS C'LOSE. *6ar. ~ . m. obo~udays, We'dandayn 7:P . in. Jom Wiir, Nonmdaya, Wednca andvidaya . ....:10a. i. lta. mndaym and Frdas 7:# pp. m. ford Swecial. Monday. and 2t y~ on rroa h:14 a. o.. t h ~a onh arr.. a of eaatern7nn. wami atder efoare .. . ADs p. in. yt-0e pnfrom 1.1 tot1 p.mi. (UMAa. W. Sat~a. P. N. *erfleru Pacific Time Table. LIAVa varan ('IT! 044100 WhaT. MO 1. Pacific Nail II :TI p. im. Mo ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I 59 jpwEr ih liS. iN. Sd4.4. Way Pre.igit . t 10) a. a:. LEAVE MIiGan ('lif t4o4N4. E.Ari. No. LAtlanijtc Mail I I: 4,4.17'. 110 4 Rzprea.PFr..,gtt 1:4 pi~. in. No 66 ay FnI~r~gt W I ta. in Official Oirectory. (iv.nrn.,or . J. F. I a' k..,.:4 tI,4 440 .Iont.4i~v 4.1,1 I6t. k,,,, II I," Seer.'tar) ."f Mi .t. 1. 1 .(waft. II 'i'44"n Stat.' Tr,.a.ur.. 1. N . 1 .4.44'.4Ili 114.0o Stat. Auol,,.., 4n.4,4,. 144.. It. I ..k ,He .n All'y 404,,' a...

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 March 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL =I.ma Crrr, c eO ANA. b 3vury Uvesmns Nacept saida. o Terms of 8ubseriptonr 51 SAIL. IN ADTAUCS. PO TAGS PAID. d l~iia ,os sKr.................p.00 a i xan months .o......... 6 a.0 E aoa L50 mo1 1 ............. 1A0 TO CMP 5U554fl13555 G saerrier. every evening, at 25 eents per week. WEURIT aDmoW. TILLOW PAP5. k ow Tsar .... ..8.6105 M onths .. .... .. .. .. ... . ... .0 s.Months ............ .............. 1.0 C Monday. March 2i. 1894. 1o5W? oVEnLOmOK THIs. At the election this fall the constitu- C tional provision regarding aliens will go into effect. This provision will be found in Section if Article IX. and is as fol lows I'do.'t.d. That after the expiration t of tive %ears from the time of the adop tion of this constitution. no person ex cept citizens of the United States shall hate the right to cote. The constitution was at iptel at thei general election held in October r.1 D. and the tice tear penal will therefore expire in October. h I. In this couit, there ...

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 March 1894

Carefully Weighed. ( al ..t: .. (-tr-r.t re" If t ina ire ctLI :Jatiiir Ii -t tmhiniu". the t. "t iti Ilit c.irrv witt the ulcat, t" it 'ncc tiny' gh fat yoJu T t iti Z 't . .t \ri% "t-p , k -I (it!r .1 :. r .: 1 ." Ale ;.iri. . .-t k it l x i J~acekt, tld \\ ripl THE DA1IIA .14JuRNAL MILELIu ITV. MONTANA. 1 ltn " rapr r. t"r. lity. M ianay A l~ ir.f,ta a lair. Ar r, . t: I. r .. ,, ia Wne, Ter urreau r. a .t .IK tTONr Obmrvain rt C AAINOTO MarS h To obarth'r. pares Pityd Mortaena Montana Fur. warmer. HARRINGTON. I < hwfof West~e~r Bureau. Nora-Thr ahwrre fo-recast as for 39 hour, LOCAL ITEMS. u oarry Patchelor departed for Helena last night. o thids. mouag I EL N. Brean went went last night in A smarch cf tat best. 0 Y Mayor Ryan has goes up to the Mu. « slsll or a w daMys Jobs K. Beit took last eeawlag's traina ar a short western trip. W. D. Colby has beease semled as jemtes at the Mmanuass. 1. 3. R. aMdle mse lIcapw his pow. a de vices ma'e ymsmeedy. The MeYIay Pemaas, the tau...

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 March 1894

Iighest of all in Leavening Powe .-Latest U S. Gov't Report 1Fbwde -0 pu-WWO PERSONAL GOSSIP. Baron Von Saurma-Jeltech, the Ger man embassador at Washington. is the tallest menmer of the diplomatic corps. The peppery nature of the late Gen eral Mellinet was such that when pa-t *) he chal-itnged an adversary to a dudl. iir Juhau Pauncefote. like many if hit gountrymen. is very fond of athletic-. Be is a uieititwr of an athletic club in Washington, whir.- he is taking lee-sns in fencing and Boiing. Representative Boutelle was in th. navy duritng the civil war. and so x his colleague, Mr. Diugley, ant 1. sailed into the neixpa;tl"ar pros --i i the close of the ii-turtance. David Garrick Loiinw orit an A.u can whose u int i.- ii L n ,n!. ii pull,:,-.. Lag an Anm.iin utt'w.-Iper in C: uUdet thte vry t-u slow f tii, Ipyraiitui He call his Journal TIt -phini Qu net Margue"rite f lIa: hyi b Lý i. i to d.-v t," tin, .lit -)I--t au on p t ir.-.. 1 xwxb - i. ix and will this t.-ar r -i h anyth...

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. — 27 March 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE 'JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. z66. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUE-DAY. MARCH .27, 8p-. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS ('LOSe. ii III p. Di. ,Nara .. .. . al, .ub. M ay W vd..s . a . eard ida. Slaas.m. od Frid day 7i a.m. Srtarday .* St. ip.m. .mdaya and Friday..... 7:WS p. m. Sperial. Mondays and ..... .... ..... ... . w UB . m. ncta arrival d f aal.'rt ail, at rhoor ... lp. in. Lb~s~ ~lrr c~lc i~p.n.. tiirciisty-m eo r..frm 12 to 1 ti 10. ,m to. ~cmI~uy m. ('aI t. N'. warno. P. M. *efLberu Pacific Time Table. LSatr rutr crrI 1nS 'Eat. ot. Pacific Mail . 3 p.m. X. IEt aprr.a Fr..mgbt ... I IAI,. Di. no 55 W'a Yrriglt lu~s. a. in. No. YAtlantic Mad1 I i. in. No a4 K pF M pn ' Mright It ::ti I. ii,. N., ?4 Way Inr iglo . Iý a. l Official Directory. Srtrs. Mrrthrr ..f ..u.,r,.. *I . (ior,"ru r .t. . 1 II I. itcrrtary .5 -rnt' : Stat. Ir'..o,r Il Sut'y PrnralI r. I I-ý 11. I{I."a tI.. \ "t".V.., Inat. 1-"u1 I'll ýupn n~ r t IG r, \\ " r'-r, r. It.rl· ur SI ItI r;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. — 27 March 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL MuLas cart, MONTANA. 4 sepry vatas =*ee.st suaday. T.~- ol.e. Tmer of Sabscription. a 31 SAIL Is, ADVANCE. POSTASE PAID. t 3 itioS, e n ser r .a10a00 s lUitioi. six mon................. .00 Nitton. one month............... 1.00 TO CiTI 5L.'."31353. Sarrier. every evening, at 25 cents per week. I WUSKLIT DITION. TILLOW PAPEr. L Months I.. . 1 Tuesday. March "27. 1804. rCHOOL TRI' TEEa. The suggestion of 'Many More Vot ers." regarding the choice of school trustees. given in this issue. is worthy of full eonslderatiun by those who will be I called upon to elect these important offi cers. The hoard as at present constitut - ed has worked faithfully and in har- " mony to t the end of perfecting to the , fullest extent. consistent with the means at hand. the educational facilities ,of our school. and with a g.ratifying success. Particularly are the members to e caun gratulated on their success in . ompnlet- I ing the builhhng a heme of last year in the face of a tinane 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. — 27 March 1894

Carefully Weighed. ( alcula':o - :. ad to correct- re sult~. If ýýnu htrc: tl atirig to .;txc plane)', te to, ,t V.1'. toca (;rvnto the idcea. ir It ,t once bVy s at K11D (.l4 1\ 1' Win tcI avnt.'. S.oo. S }lootk ýintth it! !l;lacs, 51.25. 7 Ilkýý ýJt IC tl "ýn . . C,'t c Ico Alexanidre. the trlct kidl Jlove in Amen i. £2. c0 Jacket- ani \\ ratp,. THE IIAII, .Jo'RNAAL MILE. CITY. MONTANA. JOIt'%It. WEATHER KEPOT?. TI"' r.l,.'m. Wl'tl i ''*ath r. II. I.: I,. ,ahNTON. WEITHEIR FIREt AST. S Wa*oIEru. m Mardh i A jT herbe..fr. Mir .l 'ity. lMontn h. : HARRINOTON. ('hrt ot Wr tber Iareas. lNoll-Th ab.* fr, r a. t i fotr r . hour; t aem t . nm.. rit r da.r LOCAL ITEMS. J. Blumenth of Ch. icago iS in the Oity. Lamp' celebrated lager beer at Bul 'Wlard'. _,_T_ Mr*r Red McDonald came np from Terry BTe er. Woodooik o the W L ranch e ddr yeWnte rday. C. C. Wtebte Miaearole i lreim ted la ty.he city. Tep' clebr Patle tlager tbeer a the heal, r a eleb wllbm Geide.. * Jery Ollime came deq ha Brne...

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 March 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.- Latest U S. Gov't Report. - . PERSONAL GOSSIP. Baron Von Saurma-Jeltsch. the Ger man embassador at Washington. is the tallest lneluldwr of the diplomatic corps. The peppery nature of the late (,G-n. eral Mellhet was such that when pa-i I9 he challenged an adversary to a duetl. sir Julian Pauncefote. like many of 1.1 countrymen. is very fond of athleti'-. He is a member of an athletic club in Washington, where he is taking lessonu in fencing awl bixing. Representative Boutelle was in ti:. navy ,luring the civil war. and ,; a his colleagne, Mr. Dmigley. andl 1,.,. aitlei into the netw-spapier Ipr ,,, .- : the chlte of the d;-turbtance. David Garrick Lon.rwrth, an Am can whose hotis . in Lil,,d. Is iuli .. iag an;l Am,,r.:tn n.w.: r Imv In ('.i.I under tne very shadlw of the pyr.cUII!. He call his journal Ti, .puinux. Queen Marguerite .f Italy bii s d.l, c ; to devote the s-ulm -i,- -; .il- .luinl.;" on pictures. jew'.1 ry. , .r . t, rti, 1 and will ...

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