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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 28 March 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 167. MILES CITY, MONTANA. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28A 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS ('LOSE. lvrMonday.. . d : ?la. in  na and Friday... 7:1 . n lRpclal. Yon dayal and s. . ... 411p. M. 9~~ina.~ l+:5 ma. m as rins. urn arrival of easturn mall4 at or before ....... 4)p. M. I yg-011eiogen from 1214)i y. p. in. 41 HAi. W. SMt, a. P.M. Umrber. Pacific Time Table. L AVS II cm. ew oigo vgan. No1.Pacrlr jail. . .....69 . iaai .. 1134 p. in. Nao Wt 9ay Fright 0.4i) a. in. LKAaT mIL CIT civw ruio RAy.n ! lAilantic Mail 14a. in. K 3z<preaa Fni'oihi 11 ti in. in. an Way Freight ii £5 a. in. Official Directory. ST TE jambrr ofi t ,ngn. .u i llert:,ar, thi.r.n I tIlsnmmw.r J. F:. Rirkardl.. Hel.ion Ideat4iiov tinz Hl.,ikm. ~ltunl.a .rretary of uttath I. I.'imuit. II lennt State Treasury" .W rkghi. ll,.CInu State Auidlit.i iiolr,.w H. 1 ,L.k tielirn All'y llnrnral HI. inru Ilauku"il. Helenra Sptip Pub Inc E A. I,-re. Hllrota thienf .lu.ti...

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 March 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL ZssLas CrI?. MONTANA. ev.uy Eemalag aoeept Sunday. Terms of Subscription. 31 3*1n, IS ADOVaIC. P05TAO PAID. ton six .mea.ath.s. -b , a month .. ....... 1.4 TO CITY avow31U33. Saruier. every eveniam, at B cents per week. BWLI SDITION. TWULW PAP31. L Tsar .................... s34 M yonths ................. iIa Wednesday. March '8. 1814. INDIAN SIGN LANGUAGE. Uanerstood by All Prairie Tribes rym the British Border to Teoas. The sign language is understood by all the prairie tribes from the British border southward to Texas. Without uttering a word they can express any idea. James Mooney of the bureau of ethnology, to whom the writer is indebted for his infor onation on this interesting subject. has seen an entire council conducte I by signs. seven languages, including English. being represented. Th. most expert sign talker on the plain is Lieutenant H. L. Scott, U. S. A The system is surprisingly simple. s. that any intelligent persou can ac quire its rudiments with l...

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 March 1894

Carefully Weighed. ( aleula. -7 - cad to' correct. re If %01: art cafe : laut, 1 to S~ave Monty. the In- av to carry out the ((lea, , t., it on1Ce buy V uhat yuu ncr! II -ii--, \(-%% -,ick ofi S11º (,I1 º\ J . ('itO: Ii , - - I" 11111.( .. or ' 1 r, vei Arnt r ,l. }_ z; Jacken*t' Vtu \ ,lý 4ull THE PAI IAI .OURNAL, MIIIL s (ITT. ON4rTANA. JIII"K, .%I. WI..THG.K Ki:PEIT. Pi i ar , :\\ 'tha aarum iiiu1. ra~ .. _4 Mrarn ii*.ju.1. rant;. I I. II. H. K )YNTiJS. WE.ATHLt FOIRD AST. ItAU11ulOTOit, March ? To otiarvirnrMa., 111il(Y. Montana: Mn at ano b'ait warmar. 1 l'hi~fofWRatbatr Harea.. Nara-The ahivi f.ircca~t ma for 36 hooin from G a. mu.. ii. dat,' LOCAL ITEMS. Allen F'arrell of Billing. ia in town. John Flliwer ia in froint Brandlenbiurg. Leump. celebrated lager beer at Bul. lard's. C. Difirnan of Milwaukee arrived laat .nmhbt. _______ IL F. Loud of St. Paul is reglimtrd is th, city. _____ (iccga. D. Luot arrived from Chicago Oat P. M. Maim.a bars returnd rarn a wom= br 1bo Ms)1bls...

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 March 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.- Latest U S. Gov't Report. RYod knew WHISTLING PROHIBITED. Merlia Make. It an Ofease Pssiabbe by Fle or Imprieameat. Our Berlin correspondent has recently appri-ed us that the Berlin police are permanently under instructions to re press whistling. whether recreative o: utihtarian. with the utmost rigor anid display uirelaxing energy in carryini: out their orlers to the letter. Whisthi in public is not only repugnant to the German apprehensions of *-die holiere Bildung." or higher culture. hnt actually couttitutes a minor misdemeanor. atil as such is punishable by fine, with the inevitable alternative of imprisonment The former penalty has been incirre.I within the past few days by a hall i'r tsr of a fashionable hotel. Unter ., n Linden, who persisted in soundin I, whistle to summon a cab for a client the ertabhlishun-t after having beet f bidden to do so by an agent of the law. Appealing from the sentence of the p} lie authorities to the julgument...

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. — 29 March 1894

TIE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, ý1ARCH 29, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS AT WASHIXGTON. Funeral Services over the Late Senator Colquitt's Re mains. They Were Held ln Ihe ealte Chaamber is Ueal sIerm -Fisal Interment to fe .l (ieoergl. WAasIntioT.. March 2B.-A distin guished cumpeam gathered in the senate chamber this mornag to participate in the funeral mervices over the remains of Seator Colquitt. The president was absent, but all members of the cabinet except Lamont was there. together with the members of the supreme court and the diplomatic corps. The family of the senator and immediate friends occupied meate to the left of the vce-president and Speaker Crisp. and the honorary pall-bearers. consisting of ioumnittees of the two house.s formed in a semi-circle back of them. The plain black casket with silver handlles. was plared in front of the vice president's desk. The ceremonies were conlucted by Henate Chaplain Milburn, atsisted by House Chaplai...

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. — 29 March 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL u.ms Cali. MONTANA. saers awosals R.**p* ****7 3Lsv -- ` 33- - Bi- 7 Tm.ms of Subseriptio. f . In ADWAUC5. 15a5IA PAID. l s ms eths .................. 0. I onei~Z: iasath ..................0LAD TO Ce! sClvescmaas. o e , evL .oswg. at 2 eat per week. Wain.r iIorlos. trLLOW PAras. h a r ......................... ... .......... t sslgs taW .................. .. ..... 1o Thursday. March 29. 184. AN ODe WANTED. Great Falls. feeling the necessity of lyric exploitation and not hi.. ing within its own circle a hard of satisfactory cal bre. orfers a prize of twenty-five dollars for the beat poem on "The Falls of the Mimoouri." Aspirants for fame and pelt are restricted only in the size of the poem. it being a requisite that it shall not exceed five stanas in length nor be less than three: the number of metricai feet in the ode is left entirely with the poet. e, that a c.ntestart. whj being seized with the divine atP.atus. tinds it inexpedient and hurtful to the zeneral qual...

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. — 29 March 1894

Carefully Weighed. Calc::iati n, ! ! to c, rrect re sults. If yvo are calcc;lating to save money, the I,,.-t ";:ay to carry out the idea. I, t, at once buy what you need Irn.r .,ur New stock o,f KID (,1.j(\' I.' Chamoi ', ;. :.. ' t.r . (;G n . I,:.i .'. ; o0o. 5 Ho, " .H :, ((,,.. eI 5. 7 Hook .tic .int (,lace. Si.;J. Pup:, . , ...r. ;att- t -h dtles. Alcxani .: : -t. kid glove in Amenrw. 5 :r Sec ,io r ,.t.I n,;, .Iic of Springt Jacket, ani k\ r,p THE IAILI .JOURNAL MILES ('ITT. MON~TANA. JOUIRNAI. WIE.%THER KiPOmw. 1ajr. ,. .emp .l Weathr.t f~bý J"C '.E'lia D41LI UN %L .CAA.. ..Bioa. 'm rnlir,,tur.". :S. Muaimn,. to. 1.. rt."ur.- ii. H. H. IMYTOS. Observer. WE'ATHER Yu)KORA l7. WAasaIorto. Marchb ft Li To observtr. MU.. ('Cy. Meets.: Moetazua- Pai.: proboblil roidr. KARNINOTOM. hbifrof Wsatbtr Muau. Not,-T. abort foreaaat is for US boan e G a.. .. it. dt.e LOCAL ITEMS. J. R. Morris is up from Terry. T. E. Rich of St. Paul I. in town. Lamp's celebrated lager beer at Bul. lard'e. "...

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. — 29 March 1894

OWgut of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U S. Gov't Report - - ~t Ba mn~ rrsaont~y ~ ljl WHISTLING PROHIBITED. ,L r leak.e It am o Ies.. PlsmabIe by Fime or Imprti.sesee. Our Berlin correspondent has recently Ipprisedl un that the Berlin police are permanently under inatructiona to re press whistling. whether recreative ,ir utilitarian. with the utmost rigor aw:i display unrelaing energy in carrying eat their orders to the letter. Whitliin, in public is not only repugnant to, ti. German applrehensions of "-die hh"li.r ildung." or higther culture. bnt actually constitutes a minor misdemeanor. anR. r such is punishable by fin-. with the Itevitable alternative of Imprisonment The former penalty has been incurred within the part few days b:- a hall t r trw of a fashionable hote', Unter d, . Iinden. who persisted in soundlg iil whistle to ,4ummon a cab fur a client , tig stablishihent after I iwing been f Mddsu to d.e so by an at .nt -.f the law Appealing from the a. nitence ,f the I Ies ...

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. — 30 March 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. a MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1894. PRICE FIVE CEI9TS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS ('LOSE. ((fIGp.m Wday.. Wadzaeaday. olaywads... ~JI atarbe~oq. . ?ipm es. a W. 1 a.,m . K. Uerueo Pacific Time Tile. L3A1 U ILM CWV? GOING WUT. Nl.1I Paauc Mail.... . . 6311 . m 96~ mi Official Direstery. STATE. Member of ('umaraa. .. H. Hartman, PH~uanna 9aoaerno J. K. Rtekarnia, He.n.Ir &MaUle: AI.itkmn, Ee.a Ia~qyof S4tat,. L. IItItwltu. aa Paa rurt P. W. W'riaiE.a U .Audit.,, Asdra. IH. Emb.a' m e'4i .rasl Namfi J. Hlaskail.E.G. tu Palo. A. Mre w ute. W. Y. P..orr.h.r ..Irot Sueu..I rt IieaJi We.hater. HNert.. Amoeiat,. Justi..n K . H N o. ar..lt Hill' PKLUtHAL. ioe I...o,.ral 4i,.. 0.Lat.i.t. H..niea I.S. Marshal . J. H. Parry Hera.s (tLaUrt.w ,., .ey %.W'.Lpma1. H..Iaa FS. E".mt.rt, I tiL Kr. ..aI,r.. MAIII~ 16tl..oter H~er,."r H.it l4.)n.tulMtlaa ('its IIISTRIa 7. Jadt. (b~..u.4 Ju'tae~aa Ittr.ict IIf .4,...,. It Millm.,. Male.Ca.tj Oacm~...

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. — 30 March 1894

WilE DAILY JOURNAL a mgs~as eam? ageUwANA. Uave a3sYag asts3 - . Terms of auberipsoa. -M U U., ZN WavaOa. POSrYSe PAID. *peareisr. every evealag. at U eeat. per week. wa3aL.? anSTroU. asLWow __a__. Friday, March 30. 1894. DOS MFI L IMPROVEMENT. The situation in the commercial and financial centers continues to grow no better. very fast and it is extremely doubtful if any permanent improve ment can he looked for uttil Congress adjourns. It seems to be conceded by many of the leading ;rapers of the coun try that the taritf hill can never pass the senate, and should this be true, the country can at once settle down to cer tainty of the exieting tariff being un disturbed until it is re sied ly the r. publicans of the tifty fourth Congrems The present condition of affairs is briefly set forth in thb f' llowing extract from Dunes Review .f March 24th. It is perplexing to be obliged to report that business gross larger in volume and at the same ti ne not more protita ble. Uncertainty toes ...

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. — 30 March 1894

4~m 'v W-_ Carefully Weighed. Calculatij~ns Lead to correct re If '. ', .ire talcilating to ,avc moiney. thle 1.., ' :i to carry out the idlea. I, to at onfce buy' ' hat you neeud fr ii our NcH Mock 'f KID c.( lE hI.". Charnois*k . Si wa.c 5en 1-ci It :ui, (71 jc, 7 1 look u& lc .ini I (,I'( . S 0 Faq.1t. a.I . rte. iat ~t -ii , idcs.. J L (a Alexan>:r .", tt kid .love in America. Sec olr t t ti~i~t u Ti ofl Spring Jackets aini %% rap.ll THE I)AILI -IOURNAL flILgi (ITT. ONO!TANA. JOURN('AL WY.ATUEII Ki:POS?. A dIaeh hs. fr.": t. ,nd,.r nw.,os I,.'Iow &,-m. DMIL? UN +L UK??.. Uslatwurn 'u.;sl.rslur" . 1. Masiemum I.n.p.rau.rs '-.. Uses tI.I ',srt uf. II. Ohmrrvsr. WEATHERM FOIRECAAT. W AUUiU.?g.. tarsh El. STo oahr.srv. Muss City. Noatasa: M~ostansA--('od itetarday moraine sod i atp..rtioai to50ai 0111 east to NeatUbe 9e ems Notu-Tbp above foyseeat Is for Ul hoear hermni a. mn.. its date LOCAL ITEMS. OGorge S. Ostrums of Chicago is in thc. city. lmop's celebrated lager bea...

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. — 30 March 1894

of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U S. Gov't Report Bak ir fAQCb F' WHAT LAND IS THAT? -What land is that 118 ltd majestic. mystic. woudeous, blest. btWeart s bdung, Wet, and soul o'eiawflag. ere peasioa riots not, where love earth soiled Divinely blighted, withering to the root. Leaves room for heavenly love? What land tý that Whese earthly mists obscure not Truth' Thenceforth but seen like ghosteot fair shape. dead Or souls in limbo pent? What land ie that Whose piercing air from God's own mountain launched Cancels disease. reclothee the leper's bones If spirt! tal things may thus In types be shad owed As though with infants Arab. takes from our Battrs Ras downward leaning. girds it as with wings Of heavenward aspiraston? 'Tis not earth' before earth's ions have reached that hal lowed site 3sr prhbatory state is past forever. They that fought bravely from their labors rest Ad bathe in healing wells. The songs heaven seach them-the all blessed vision is not theis- It will be theirs...

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. — 31 March 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. to MILES CITY, MONTANA. SATURDAY. MARCH 31, iSp4. PRICE FIVE CENTI NO- .... . =-'7O , _____-"_.......___.. PUSTOFFICE iECu T1OUS. MAILS CLOSE. SOp0 p.m i4Idalaf Wodaadap 0.m. ~~~ 7:20 a. m .. .. .... A a. m . s.1 Vrndaya. 10:*p. m. Mondays aa 7 A p.mI. ad··ir s .. ..:5a.m. ý opus ham p. to m p.O. ('s·s. W. Haros. P. M. snnbta P3k thu TOk. L P. 1 ail 1.m. SU d p a. m. Laar mUM rwv 001sm 313?. Hs 1erap ra4.ht 113( a. m wI 0 tp . m. ffmRial Itrtsr. STATE. r of 1 asream .1'. E. Hartman. nea-ma J. k. kicharda. ala As~o Andres _" Pub lAa V- A. 11rcr. eleoa Assseb Jub . W. % , H. UeW~t. ý FWKK.MAL. ( Hlnao at lieu. A . Rao.Hl YIlat· ATImp(l Vi H $ taIm. K Naih. Hrm. Main y(h at M ae.r l ta.. A. t . nr. L lly I l+. 4l L. (1 a. Mivard (s jMhAa . Tr. 1aasTe.UiUeTrH tH.o.n ie mmiTelt T. Juaetiam Judical LhIItet H'maeies. k YIbaua, Mile.('it, Atla" Ma.p Myaa Fred W tr. KeidlSr. ticardas PLeat r W tard- . . J. P L. A. Huoma ,. c~aW. R. ti raae. .ui ý.w aP...

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. — 31 March 1894

WHE DAILY JOURNAL n.ýis mr, untON.AxA. Trors of 8bseription. I3  AL. n AD S.3, POataSE PAID. ......... .........................0 . 0D) ..six .oa th.................. .0 . ass, sata o.................. 1.0 To CnM swescaraas. peasrlser every eveasiu, at xiceats per week. weamr 1mornow. rTsLLOW o seua. Saturday. March 31. 1894. TrE VETO. The president's veto of the Bland eigniorage bi' is at hand. The fact that the executive took the full period allowed by law for acquainting congress with his decision led to the belief in the minds of some that he might approve it. a belief strengthened by the statement that his financial minister favored the scheme as an immediate relief to the somewhat embarrassed condition of the treasur\. but while the president admits at the opening of his vetto messaae. that personally he would like to approve the bill the process of reasoning throughuu the document. showing why from his standpoint. it should not be approved, leaves it entirely clh ar that he n...

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. — 31 March 1894

Carefully Weighed. Calculation. Iead to corrcct re sults. If you .rc calct:latinlg to sa\e money. tl ' - : :... t,, carry ,out the idea. - .: ncc bu\ n hat you nc.i tr,,i ,uir New stock ot K nu (, .(. .I. , . 7 Hlo, k .uc.lc.. l zi cle. .I ;o. PHiue.. .l . i-. :.;t: -t -ihldc ., Alcxat .1!I,.l i., t .- ".t kid glo\ e in Amertc . . :, ct iu \t ti- \ . in, of Spring Jackets .it \\ rap &tU-$ f h THE DAIL .I(U RSAL MILEI. (ITT. IIoTAuA. Jot II .qkI. W IF l U K" i.PORT. ."t" r l trnllltlll t~n t Weather'1. N -htwo.r a n.rca r M hoar, rinl o a . n.. "r1. Ma t e 1a. the cty._rur_ _ _ _ Prelpltat bra ,, I e la r .4 h iu le r a SC. . r Rsbd HOado Obterver. WEATHER F(ORkE AS(T. WAsaalrerTs. March sa. To oberver. Miles ('its. Masa : Moatl..-a Faird Charer. fý ( thiefof aet .br Bureau. Jo17 -The ablve frecast i for X homtr from $a. m.. its date LOCAL ITEMS. W. C. Wyman of hicago is registered tn the city. Lmp's celebrated laer beer at Bul hlard'. w C. B. Tmber d Rosebuad come down Chasrls 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. — 31 March 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power .-latest U S. Gov't Report. j al t 4 A trave IBacher. The author of tle "Breitmann Bal M" Mr. C. G. Leland, was living in Munich, opposite a mediaeval tavern cailed the Ober-Pollinger His land lady was a nice old soult with two daughters. On the ground floor of the house was a store in which cut hey and Areworks were sold. Early one morning Ieland and a triend were sitting on a bench before the tavern, waiting for a stagecoach to take them out of town. Suddenly bang' bang! crack! was heard from the fireworks, and puffs of smoke w seen earnoming out of the bursting windows. The front store was on fire. It was fall of rockets, crackers and other breworks. In the back store there was a barrel of gunpowder, which Mr. Leland had seen a few days be fore when buying powder for his elole. The family were asleep. Leland ran across the street and rushed ull three flights of stairs, screaminmg: "!t burns: There's gunpowder:" Snatch fag a small hag .cnutaining ...

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 April 1894

THE YELLOWSTONEJOURNAL._ VOLUME XII. NO. 2 71 ( MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY. APRIL 2, z8p4. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS CLOBSE. a6 7 :0 a. an. e p m. iem o m aip m. e M aos. Wod W BeTDa. 7:11)a.m. Mottsja Wetlarei. erhrdsa fcl T 720amle o .Pcade ys.. andFrda. .1p m. SffcialV Moaday. aad f s a o rrivs al of eastern A assc a leJ see l r tp. m. e l riea" .. . 40 p.mi. ope, from 12 to Ip.m. 1'.A11. W. SKID.. P. M. NherItu !reu c THas Table. LSAVS SOLESr C1T? 0050 WEST. S. I. Pibe aM.. 6M p. n 3.1 5i mwemt Freigtht . 1 ll.Sp. m. s say Freltlht l.oa .m. LEATVE MILES City 001310 5411?. Jea Astlanthc Mail Ir 4....,. r WFreight 11 o t.. m.o N.eM Was Freight El)S a. m. Official Directory. IiTATE. Member of Coogreas .1. S. Hartmian. l1.z..oi itn Gter.sor . . J. E. iclardk.. Heloa leset4.o, Al.. lH.tka:. H"ll~lt ofta keprofentatve L. u.twitt. r lroa rart-W akaMk~t l r F. W. WtriWht. eltena Auditor rw I. .. .k. llai SyHaeanrH J. H.Wck.I. I eleoa ,Pubi .a If. A. N..rre. Heleoa ...

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 April 1894

''E DAILY JOURNAL ue.me aear. MONTANA. a"- 3Yeem a3spt "sa3 y. Terma of a csspfroa. - 3m., I1 ADYADam. OSYASea PAID. -fa o ne ~ath ........... . ro crrr svsmaiina. Sarsris, every evemiag. at S eeats per week W JLT 3MT105. TELLOW rAm. eketh .......... ...... .. Lt~o Monday. April 2. 1894. IN TRE GiLD DOMINION. One would hardly expect to find a con vert to the republican Yanks in Virginia but such a case has developed. and the prominent Virginian who has turned his back on democracy to Col. Hoge. of Roanoke. The new convert takes the stand that the democratic party will be known no more, and thus delivers him self: There is but one party and a half in existence in the United States. the re publican party. and the ragged edge of Mugwumpery. composed of Mr. Cleve land in front. Walter Q. Giresham in the middle and Wayne 3teveagh holding the tail. The man that can swallow that kind of a politic i conglomeration which is without a principle. with ut a policy, they pulling in one direction...

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 April 1894

We =ave Them. Our new. stock of Lat'ic(, Oxford Ties and summer Footw tar has just arritd. \%'e !Ilac5 tctm on sale tc(d(ay and will L, p a-e i to htale Vou mn payt them. L.,,lics Oxfootl Tic. Blucher patent. (Jpera I t ; sold else where at $t.5o: our price rl.oo. OastordE 't~es. Dong. tip. and plain. in Opera. Squar. and Commonsense Toe; high and low heel. They are very nobby. Price Si.;o: an excellent value. It %%ill pay you to look at them. - $1.50. Striotly 13M it. Our I il ittte Npper or Gaiter, in Tan And i one' Kid. rl ert.nly the tt"t -tý :tsh ,hoc th . r in this i..uiket Vs httýat the no on the nt. i..t. at $S: o .tn Moo. They art eretlent a.; e oaur Hsause Slipper at $.i50 iA d t.'monsenae Shoe. and a look will convince you that they mean sot Er it. 'otiioktr. We are up to date on shoes. &Pdy,1f c, THE IºAILA .JOURNAL NILIS CITY. NOETAXA. JOCMR~EAL WIAUKKR K3POS?. Narr Tceam. W 'andý tlWaaaar. ad a3im 4011K. ANIwlaad___ A dasle w'fara. a numbawr mwagma ba-..w s.a,. DAI...

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 April 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.- Latest U & Gov't Report. - e THE SECRET OF THE FLOWERS. *- a ut s estr. This si. plomatte Will fere.. What are Sowers, these parts of phans rendered so conspicuous by their form and color? The poets call them the wedding garments of Wn, but afford us no answer to Vie question, Why do some of the daughters of Flora, for example, the grasees, the prime source of our food "ply, wear such inconspicuous avdig garments. while others are decked in such brilliant array or ex hale such delightful perfume? Sci entific investigation has solved the r*4le. There are numerous plants which can be fertilised only by the agency of insects, which in their pursuit of food transfer the pollen of the anthers to the pistil. It is to at tract these insects that flowers don their bright garb and exhale their -me. Flowers are tavern sien mg insects that here the tabu M with pollen and with ne : spread. The fact is now mniver'al l (hlown, but simple and n .tural a- it ...

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