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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 3 April 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. ' 172.. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, APRIL 3, i$p4. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOERICE REGULATIOIS. MAILS CWOSE. Moamua Wudeaadavs . .. . . . . . . :1 3 a. m. Mm~daa. Wadma. ~ ... .. ..... 90a.m . ... 1 tUtp. . Mondays. and RAp. m.. wre kr .in . . 4 9Dp.m M1 . a. .1... bour p. 1. . (0.W.Satna. P. N. uNvm Peelse TieTbe LSaS UU CI?? GOING w?.. Me I. Ptedb~ Nail. . . { 1p. m. a gNfrwuea;ritbi . 91Ip. m. " y l~u A*a. m.t Lfl*V? aILS. CITY ooiu@ BAaT. Mai .ll M.s l:-4a. m. iN Freght 11 mp. . Offisial Direstory. STATE. .14 to~ga .('. S. Hartman. Hiaeniazi J. E. kiekardl.. Helena Aira E4..Ikin. edn of State L. R'twitt. l. wee .7. W. Wnabl Ud,a Andl.. Lad,, I. k,Uria 1 he~rnal HsI J. Haikell. M Pab lag E. A. Iii..ere.. Jaustne. W. Y. reala.r..n. 1 .l... Jialie 1n ri , Wehuler. Helena FEDiER IL. Sm'.y lineal Is... 0I. Eat'..o. Hilena Q.S. aimbal.. J HI. FaresHee ta'a . Y L (º .t l ..r... tits4 ral. A. T.I un'hepll. = Cits U re F 1 S iome.p.ar F. M k r. iII....

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 3 April 1894

YHE DAILY JOURNAL m.... Cmf. MO maT. ee mes of Babeerdpfioa. m 3a.. is .ADYeAA. ImlhA3 PAID. mw mosact, ....... 1®D to cm rruecaneas. ewrera. vetr eveea.s, at 15 eeats per week. wemLI sirnaoU. rmLLOW mesa. ths .... ... .... .... ... ... ...1.00 Tuesday, Apkl1 3. 1894. TNT WOOLOGOWEMSat MEETING. The extended report which the Jota. SAL gives of the Woolgrowers meeting preclude. the necessity. if not the oppor tunity of editorial mention. It is proper to say. however, that though the meet lug was slimly attended, owx.g to imn passable roads and stormy weather. we do not remember of a more earnest and business like session of this association. Most of the members present had strong Uonvictions. and the at~endance btwing email. there was not that timidity of ex pression that is so common in such as semblagee. A full and free discussion of the many topice broached. led to a much better understanding than would have been possible in a larger and more formal meeting. and consequently much t...

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

We gave WX1em. Our nei: stock of Ladtic" O:;ford Ties and Summer Iouo.:ear ::as just arrital. We place them on sale t.!lay and will . pleased to La% O you inspect them. Ludic. Oxford Tic, Blucher patent. Opera Toe: sold else where .t S..;o; our price bI.oo. =.andies'ý O .sa s Tiem. Dong :ip. and plain. in Opera. Square and Commonsense Toe: high and low heel. They are very nobby. Price it.;o: an excellent value. It will pa) y'(u to look at them. $1.50. rstrictly inS it. Our Juliette lipper or Gaiter. in Tan and I .on_ Kid. is cert~i:t.:v the v -t tsh-i -hoc Tha n in this r iti t t.W hove the ,, on the ne -iits at :o aiO ! C ; oo. They art exce!:cnt v.r:,w. Our gOnee Slipper at Si 50 i aonmolnsenL- shoe, and a look will convince you that they mean dot ii. t''ilorT. We are up to date on .hoes. THE I)AIIA .IOURNAL USILE? CITY. MONTANA. JOVItS'AL WE:ATMhER RI'PENT. Ihm' Traip. Wind Weathuer. as V3 . 44\q' Il'IiunJy A Jdash bf.,r,' a nun&er niias. blnluw arto.. *~aaiinnn . i.:....riat...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 3 April 1894

of all in Leavening Powc:.-LaLt U S. Gov't Report 1 * R9Yzi f Rr - pum THE SECRET OF THE FLOWERS. Unsen Is but rtnatw. Th.. ThiM Es pesm.tu. Wilt smm. `What are flowers, these parts of panats rendered so conspicuous by their form and colors The poets all them the wedding garments of 1 $sata, but afford us no answer to the question, Why do some of the daughters of Flora, for example, the grasses, the prime source of our food supply, wear such inconspicuous wedding garments, while others art decked in such brilliant array or ex hale such delightful perfume? SOi atihc investigation has solved the liddle. There are uweerous plants which can be fertilized only by the agency of insects, which in the'. pursuit of food transfer the pollen of the anthers to the pistil. It is to at tract these insects that flowers dn ii their bright garb and exhale tht i r Vrfume. Flowers are tavern sr. - forming insects that here the tabl> is with pollen and with no spread. The fact is n ,w univer1'.W kao...

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. — 4 April 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JouRNxt. VOLUME XIL NO. alW D78 MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4. z4M PRICE FIVE CEMI$ POSTOFFICE EGMIIIAIS. SAILS CLOSE. N e.............. 6x00 p. i. S7: 0 m.t" lY~das.i .e.. ........... i7: .... smp.M. ('mie. W. Ismm, P. M. t wsit,#am n omgem wane. L ft~ftMt s Atp.mt. aaaa Imp.0. 1:'4 a.ma. Il~p.m. m" a -.Il £mmigimg Wel . Elmt.r r . 3. Mler.Ni. Ci iealt~semkeweead. .. t edter. Naeip SM . .aelsm ..... . .t. ISwift. Kkalaka 5mbt tae tai L' eNal.. Yleetit J. Rlawble. e. 4J :im V A ..W 3. Keying, : "r" T '.e d /nt 1LOelN -mum.........#ll .c - N MTICIAJxa. *W. A?4DRLS. )r. Ii.. t'. >i. 3W. ua Putei su. tmj AVO AC~occgs~a. s13J t Sine Growe.rs !ank hkureb. bemmsa. to to aj in.ga. t " p M..i vmait s.L 0. I *3W -~s it W.3.UUY Drug tae.. slnrN. .ý Vs.5.a pruii.usm. l .M. am.il Pass" ow. - blo tý mir4u* & ~ h~iti . i 4Ž WEED'S WALKOVER. Only Eighteen Short of a Ma jority Over Two Other Candidates. Spellet Hameby Seesed as. Demeerat Mask ThINd-ad of a ies.ee ad...

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. — 4 April 1894

il DAILY JOURNAL eawSor, mWT*m res - eetag ame. - - . farms of Subseript4s. UR , a AWV.. . vevnes raze. we sariw owenasias. Sp aggle. ewery swweas, at m esee" seer week. Wednesday, April 4. 10ss. As vsM a democrat had to be ap pstated to the oBoe of postmaster in tis city, we do not see how Grover coMld have given more general esatisdaction than in the appointment of Mr. L. 8. Beeman. and the senate's concurrence In se nomination shows an equally proper appreciation ot merit in that somewhat uareliable body. The treaser will no doubt take place as soon as the new ap pointee furnishes an approved bond, as the term of the present incumbent has already expired. TaR election at Helena wae something Unre of a corker than the early news farm the Seld ladicated. Weed, the re publican nominee, fell short only a score et votes of having a majority over both democratic and populist candidates. His plurality is 700, only 18 votes less than the entire vote given to Bach, the democratic candidat...

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. — 4 April 1894

Our new stock of Ladies Oxford Ties and Summer Footwear has just arried. We pOnce them on sale today and will be pleased to have you inspect them. Ladies Oxford Tie. Blucher patent. Opera Toe; sold else where at SI.co: our price Si.oo, Dong. tip, and plain, in Opera. Square and Commonsense Toe; high and low heel. They are very nobby. Price 51.50; an excellent value. It will par you to look at them.-$SIN. Our Juliette Slipper or Gaiter, in Tan and Dung. Kid, is certainly the most stylish shoe shown in this market. We have them on the new lasts at $2 50 and $3.00. They are excellent value. Oar ZKOiae at SI.5o is a Commonsense Shoe. and a look will convince you that they mean Ci C'o sror. We are upj t~ (late on %hoe. THE I)AIIA .JOURNAL MILKS CI??. MONTANA. JOCKNAL WKATNU KR POStT. Temp. Wid wStb £ deeb Wown a camber main. beow Ner. SA MT LOCAL 55* 5551mmu tamprntur. Is. MlaNSm lampeaseste. Pmsieit~aso. I, last M5 boase, a. a. 3. mJYT)Ios. wEATMEE FOESICA T. WaSasse a.u Ap,41 t STo abe...

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. — 4 April 1894

Power.-Lateast U S. Gov't Report A-M PU - - HELD UP BY HER LOVER. $ S~ghwag m m es a Satie ?haeagh Dee 93mb a as e asses aew. I a"Ot curae yoe've beard lamer -us -enes at women stage driv- t s e I. C. Ohntt of Cheyenne to t awepurte. "So haw I, end most of % m sare ictiom, too, I have no doubt* . bu I haow at ao in which every * wd dtreue. 'Teherolae of my story , wen net the egatme driver of the, smach whichI have in amed, but dur the trip I speak of abe was a for her brother, who was it astmeer, and having been reared on t te farm she was noted for feats more , anal to men than womrn. For in amne ashe was an emelent horer Sma i culd ride almost any horwe was a Srst rate abht and was not -lgeM of anything. Often she had Aghes the coach for her brother. yon -s any eaume be wanted to have a day oc. Se did it w.il, too pawutly, oin fact, and she was the ggklAq1 reindaheet "Now the ha a er, which was ie ate m geads commend ~at w lage liveadrithis pr .m a abighborin Me -dhe " agen deal ...

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. — 5 April 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. J 74r 17 MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULTIONS. MAILS c(LOSE. asi rs ..... .. %) p. n. yui Motndays " 64%4p m. u e ~er. iMonday. Wi . 7: a. 1) in a. ma Fidap. liH(1·a...C~ W audape d. ZC 7p.m. I, Honda). and Friday.. 7 . p. m. Spacial. Mondayn and ..... ....... .. . s Opn . m. an arrival of eatr tSa.m. at . orin bek.r . 7f10p. in. openOfeeot Itnd. I N " in. teom 4*r p. in. 4 MAC. W. SKY D. P. M. NEtber. Punif Time Table. LUAY UIL~ Ci?? GOING ama?. L ae 1. Paci Mil.. 633 pp. m. a. IIiS pm. !(Ua Eap rsFwlabt II It. L ava a1Ua City 0a1l0 .a. .l aM tlamitc Nail 1.'4 a. m. FPreight II iep. m. 1C~rrr Iri~he :I. m. Official Directory. STATE. e.. of ('ongram. C. S. Hartman. osemnan . J. I. Rhikarda. Hele.a Ales lkrthin. Helerna of state L. Moltitt. Hl'ana P. W. Wrigbt. Helena Audltor Andres. 4. noo. Helena tIt' Unucral Heun J. Hasell. Helena Pub las E.A. Ili.e. Helena UJ I . W. V. Peanblrtn.w Helena -Spr...

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 April 1894

tIE DAILY JOURNAL Ters of subseriptoa. U I31. In ADVANCIU POSTAG PAID. I las , on.e =;v 30..... ...oer ..u.00 ue jats......... . 'I'm S , .............. .................... 1o ca" s-scanlaamaa * smors, every eveatla, at asats per week. Si.. e .TiO., ..LW . PAM . Theraday. April 5. 1814. TUE .SIALE VOTER. Quite unwittingly, by the publication of a communication yesterday signed "Many Womeu Voters,' we have aroused a general discussion on the broad ques tion of woman's suffrage. To-day in an other communication "Other Gentlemen Voters" combat the arguments made in the communication of yesterday, and intimate that the woman at the polls is merely the retflx of her male relative in whom she places the most contidence. be he father. husband or brother.and some what illogically concludes that the vot. ing by women merely doubles the labor of the election officers without changing the result. This argument has notably been proven to be fallacious in our own school elections. where law 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. — 5 April 1894

Our new stock of Ladies Oxford Ties and .summer Foot"ear ha., just arried. We place them on sale today and ~ il be pleased to have you inspect them. Ladies Oxf,,rd Tic. Blucher patent. Opera Tue; ,h!d else where at SI ;o; our price SI.oo. Cli. r - O.11Ch s Ties. Dong. tip. and plain. in ()pera. Square and Coninsn.ense Tue: high and losl heel. Tht y are very nobby. Price Fi.;o: an excellent value. It n !1 pat. \ i ti ly ,ul atit them. $1.50. i1 strictly in it. Our Julliette ,h l. ,r (atci. in Tan and I ,n , . Kid. i ,',rtailni the - t \ :t -h hi lu .e -l iln in this market. \\, ha'. tin in. ion the ne: last alt · 2:0 "n st . o Slipper I, at S1.i 0 I- a m' nt' t-c l" i,', and a luck nii , viin c' %,u that th~ey!1 mea : : W ii e ' -1i iI ý.Gf THE I.AILt .I4WI'NALI MILE. 4 ITl. MON.TAA. JORIKNAL WEATHER REKIPORT. 1lar. miTmi Wand(l Weatler. Sth I ad. I I . t i"1 ý4 lear A dash bhef.re a uunb.r mn.aus h. llw er... DAILY U.( A. MNL%. Matsmum t.iml3*rtur.. ( Minimum teaperatlr.t.. m. Mean ...

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 April 1894

S ighe of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U S Gov't Report , 1*I M PURP HELD UP BY HERr LOVER. £ 3ihwayn lie4s. a. Bride Thr.eag Irr Pluet as a Stage Driver. "Of course you've heard innumer aMb romances of women stage driv ms,"said F. C. Olcutt of Cheyenne to a reporter. "So have I, and most of them are fction, too, I have no doubt, but I know of one in which every word is true. The heroine of my story Was not the regular driver of the coach which I have in mind, but dur tag the trip I speak of she was a asbatirute for her brother, who was a farmer. and having been reared oni the farm she was noted for feats mrst. usual to men than women. For iu stance, she was an excellent hor-e woman. could ride almost any horn was a first rate shot and was n,t afraid of anything. Often she h: ! driven the coach for her brother. when from any cause he wanted t,, have a day off. She did It well, too. perfectly, in fact, and she was th. pride of all the people roundabout. "Now she had a lover, which ...

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 April 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 4 MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 6. t8$. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE KEGOLATIOUS. MAILS CLOSE. W. tern .. M111 p. nt UPOWaa,ga YN..na)... NWrdur..day. ned Friday. . .7: #t a. in. Teaue Rlver, N 44 ay.. V'dnts d and Fridays,. . 7ADa in,. Moda nd rday. ar 7 ap. m. fodBaea.ondy I ra).7ndp n oves . n ad . in. mail, at or before.... ...... 7 St p. mn. ('i48. W. lilt D. P. M. Imbueu Puifl Time Table. L.h13 MJLr. (ITT GOIXO UtaT. 4 I. oPaeiO~c Nail. . ~ p. M. I 01l Kzpreua Freight .. If Atp m. i " M Way Freight tiv 1oa.m. I L3.&T3 UIL~a 'lv? 00Kb anta. No.. Atlantic Mail 1:- a.in M.1 It apr ryr ftI ; PinNlaWay Prrilght 1:1 a.m. Off sal Directry. STATE. Meber o~f (.ogaresa . S Hartmn, ,Bu..ina I~waaoeJ. E. Rickards. Herina Iat'4Mw Alma BA. thi. HeienaI of State L. Utwitt. H ragaa er Y. W. Wright. Helena, 'y 4 ..ri.1 LA. .-~. Her J.a H sew ta. Wi. V. Peihrt.a eal .a 17k Bapernar Irt BrM W.hnter. Helena I Aaaoelat. Jupiter. 3 E. \. ~fares.--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. — 6 April 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL asms arry, mosrrANA. (3 awas a -.s aves a Trmas of Subweription. 313.< M K, ADVAIc3. POaTAGE PAID. t liomn, ossn se sc ............ a m. h To eT seasecatsam. eanrier. every evening, at 25 vent, per week. UsaLT =MiON. TULLOW PAFUX. t Teasr . ..r.. . . . . . . .... x1s.00 Kenthas . ........... . . .... 2.00 r >Koatha ................. 1.00 Friday. April 6. 1804. a HIT THE NAIL ON THE HEAD. 2.w Ei-Cougreiwan Ranaey Rid Elmeati e of a Trsubleamer Medfellow. t Ex-Congressman A. A. Ranney of I Massach-isetts. who is accredited a with the leadership of the Boston d bar, gave evidence very early in hfe d of the strength of purpose which has c characterized his subsequent career. t As a boy it was decreed by his stern f old father that heand an elder broth e er should occupy the same bedroom i and share the same led. The future e congressman disliked this arrange ment exceedingly. for the substantial - reason that his brother possessedi a constitutional tendency to ki...

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 April 1894

We $.Q. gem. Our new stock of Ladies Oxford Ties and Summer Footwear has just arried. We place them on sale today and will be pleased to have you inspect them. Ladies Oxford Tie. Blucher patent. Opera Toe; ,old else where at St. co: our price £t.oo. Z.andle i' Dong. tip. and plain, in Opera. Square and Conmbon ense Toe: high and lsw heel. They are very nohby. Price Si. o: an excellent value. It ' i2l par you to look at themi. $1.50. Striotly 13M it. Our Juiette dill r ,r Gaitn r. in Tan andl hng lil. I certaitnle the mosniotý \ l hue -ot in thl, market \l, ha s, th,'n oni the eist at- at 5::r, ain r:00 The aire t e tit _ii slipper at $1.:0 i mon-rn e u, c. and a ln k us o nviný r ou that t thty iean i. ' i-u -t THE IºAII4\ .IoI-itXAIýi M[ILIM (ITS. MN~bTANA. JOISK4AL WgATHSM. MEPORT. rtamt ITrump. Waedj at.r rtWcatbpr. A dIasha bpfurr a umuubrr mran. hrhw serer. 13031.1 LO/CAL 01"x5. maximum lt'igo'ratur.. Mwtmuam trmperatul".. ;, Mraa temgorratut.. A.. PrftlCi~tatWSo to l..3 2 hour...

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 April 1894

Ubwhet of all ia Leavening Power,-Latest U S. Gov't Report 1" y&Is. VTE CURTAIN. A thrill of rapturous applause lima every row ascending. se actor gives a gracious panse. To thoee before low bending. Admied of all the ladles rare. What compliments they utterl Rew many hearts amid the fair Are now aet in a futter! The play goes on. The curtain falls Upon the act of splendor Each heart emotional recalls Its incidents so tender. Oh. sweet the glamor of the scene. With nothing coarseto break it! Imagination rules serene. And faucb'n what we make it. Si.. 1U)). The leading lady, just deceased. Has got a lit of laughter. , Tate le..ding man, from toil released. A aandwich has sent after. The pasteboard rocks are put aside, The lovely sylphs are yawning. The danctng girls in plain clothes hide. No beaux around them fawning. The funny men are scowling now. And he who gold dust scattered Upon the scene, with happy brow. Looks doleful now and shattered. And so it is throughout the days Of...

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 April 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 176 MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, APRIL 7. 1394. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFiCE KG5IATIOUS. MAILS CLOSE. II~~g.tm~tumav edasesda;. h t0 p. m. ... Mo7a: WadaES . fSa.m and1. Fra "...7M /pseialilp ni.as t s Mp. m opnfrom IS tot p 0m. ' m CESAS. W. MSon.R P. M. Ustbnh Pacific Time Table. LOA 15 MILE ( IT! GOING WEST. 5. 1. Pacific Mail .... p m LEAVE MILES (Its loliho ECU?. N. tlAantic Mmili1 :4 . m. 3.1 lapin.. Freight 1 it ..c in M. isW., Freight 14.15 . m Official Directory. SCTATE. Mlainti oft iiongri. CoI. ilriin. Harm i, arrean 9.teraorJ. h. kirtiard.. H." i.4 tdut4or .fai Hiotklui. Hi.i..ia Sma of $tatta L. It.tiwiii. Heiena Stat. ?rmmsnrer F. W. Wrighi. felenma gate Amuitor CAdrew 14. Tiook. .tlleau A'ta Elob mni Hrenr J. Haskell. ifelena Pub los F.. A. Stuirr. Helruua *maeiata Ju.iiiei. Is%. ýfrrrd Hilling FEDEHRAL. arl. W'Im. MrDern,.utt. utetoi i~ietttt Net. t. N. Lvmqri t"itla Seg.atr1 L ii si. t,ni"r, m e.fi~ Pitt ius,..r A. T. i'a iu...

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 April 1894

WE1 DAILY JOURNAL esays sm, nearA. 1'ss'. of aSberipaon. ST sAIL 2 ADlANCI. POrS*Y PAID. To cmr .ummm.i . wsei.r. .r ewealag t per week. WiMKt 'fTlOU, TELLOW !as. Saturday, April 7. 189. THEN DEIFIED THE BEETLL U.w the º Iyptians Came to Regard /tI Do tpised Taects ma Gode. Primitive observers never suspect ed anything so commonplace as tbf presence of eggs in the middle of the ball the beetle has made. That sor: of explanation belongs only to tht age of science. The Egyptians sae the beetle bury the pellet, and the, saw a new beetle emerge from it ii due time. and they leaped straigh to the not unnatural conclusion tha' here was a case of sp ntaneous get oration. The pious scarab, they imag ined, buried the balls of dirt as they themselves buried their munmuixi dead, and new scarabs sprang friom it under the vivifying rays of the su preme sun god. as the glorified body would spring in the end from the dried and withered dust of the hu man mummy. It was as an emblem of the resur rec...

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 April 1894

Wm e anvoe Them. Our new stock of Ladies Oxford Ties and Summer Footwear has just arried. We place them on sale today and % ill be pleased to have you inspect them. Ladies Oxford Tic. Blucher patent. Opera Toe; sold else where at Sr.;o: our price SI.oo. ELadi e' Ostord Wes Dong. tip, and plain, in Opera. Square 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. *triotly inM it. Our Ju!ictte lipper or Gaiter, in Tan aiI DL:. Kid. i certainly the nost allb lhoc -ho, n in this market lii. c them on the nevi Lt, at $2 :0 an 5. They arc excellent valor Our $EOume at St :o -a r .n:mnon-cnsc shoe, and a lank v ei c'nv ince v u that they mean II ( n i t UTar 11 t~.,* n IT lit. THE itAIiA .OURtNAL MILE.a CITY. MN~iTANA. JorBNAL WICATMIR RETORT. ilerm p. T In. Wind IWeathe.. A daait hrf .r. a nunn tr inran. bet,,w zero. DAILY LAWrAL CR5ANE. Maxlimum trnltnratur.. G4 Minimum tem.inp'Ttur... 4~t. Yes ra u~rau. U ,....

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 April 1894

e7 td al in Leavening Power.-Latest U S. Gov't Report. Bakng 1 UINOT LEDGE UGHTNOUSM ~ee asuma Whieb Wie Sb. nOup Smeessemee oa e of osbewse. fte lighthoue on Minot's ledgr st s within the shadow of a tragedy si r the second sructure erected upon we eigoe. The irgt lighthouse and the luae It held were claimed by the sea. Ebou in 11447 and completed in No yeasr, 184$. it was overwhelmed it Apil, 1851. Its destruction was the geost tragic event in the history of our lighthouse establishment. The struc tfre was an octagonal tower supported upon wrought iron piles strengthened by braces. The piles penetrated five feet into the rick. On the braces, 34 11 feet above the rock, the keeper had con dtraoted a platform for the storage of balky articles and had fastened to the leatern deck, 63 feet above the rock, a 11% inch hawser, wbhch be had an abored to a seven ton granite block. Along this hawser articles were hoisted to the platform and there landed. improvements were cenvenient amd fata...

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