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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 9 April 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. am 177 MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, APRIL 9, z4. PRICE FIVE CENTS PSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS CLOSE. 8 0 Mp. m. _ i 4damda~ii. W 7:9I a. m. .......... . m . a d . . . . . . ....... 7 d ftMa S a. aid M . .. . . vep . LEAo LM rld mrIG B u Sn M i, a .lme ................... 71 p.m. M adarhuba. . ......... ... 4:00 p. m. Ofa.lfrom ir to lp. . ('gAr. W. liD, P. M. lrnber Palfice Tim Table. LEAVE MILS CITYIl 0o.. IwUT. i_ lIAt u tic Malt .. .. I: . m. L pre, PFreihbt II1 r3. m. a MIIaWr tPrlh wi:t a. mm. Official liretory. STATE. o Jof me...re . k. Hartman. Ioaman Tor J. E . Ma ehar is. erlena TNof State. I. ALtwata. H "eoa -ae Ir"aosrer F. W. Wright. Hetrea £adlat- Andrew H. ('ok. Heloa 4( a.ral Henri J. Haskell. Hela hb Las KA. 6ere. Helenas _ Jastib e . . P lmhert,. Helea te ' He Webster. Helena Lae-Jut.. .l .H"arwo:.d Sill AW. H. bttt. butt. FrDERAL. V . ... W m. Mc|olt)rm.t. lIItt I lot .v A. W. Lymn. Heloen U. t LI) 21!. (ik mro. Mile (ity F...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 9 April 1894

AILY JOURNAL. vear, Weemens ame>ps k .. Terns of ubseription. as ma., us savaaca. moes'vea wau. To cr sean oass. lea . see smins. at sat, per week. WIlELT WU1T0W, "tLLOW PAeaR. Se....... . . . . ...... aSs Mooda, April 9. 1891. Tan sehool election. which was held em Saturday last, was noticeable only sr the very pamonuced vote that was given in favor of retaining the retiring trustees in office for another term. There was no excitement at the polls and little or no effort made on either side to in duce votes, and the ladies participated but sparingly. only thirty ladies having exercised the sometimes coveted privi lege of casting a "real ballot." Mr. Vat son as usual demonstrated his unques tioned popularity in this community by leading his ticket. Mr. Clark was a close second, falling somewhat behind Mr. Watson by reason-- it is said- of the opposition of somen who were affect ed by the acts of the late grand jury of which Mr. Clark was a member. Mr. Trusecott, who was on both 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. — 9 April 1894

W4 we"Ma qua. 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; sold else where at $i..o; our price SI.co. Dong. tip. and plain. in Opera. Square and Commonsense Toe; high and low heel. They are very nobby. Price Sz.;o: an excellent value. It will pat- you to luok at them. $I.5. Sltriotly in it. Our Juliette hlIpp)cr or Gaiter. in Tan and K;i,. it.d iycrtaily the mo,.t vty!ith ,h.e h ,wn in this market. We hat c them o,n the new last, at S2 :o and M;.cj. They art excetllent valh. Our Oaauome ilipp er at St.:0 i- a , E m' n,, cn' .hc, . and a lo.,k w 1: *,nvifnl you that the inta'i n ii ( 'u'l,!,I II.ell '.t, t1 I THE IDAIIA .I0I'IINAL1 mILEM ClTY. MONTANA. Jorm!EAL WE.ATHE.R REPORT. Ilirt.n -, TD I, . Wind rather. 'I..,. 5th ' p4t 17 .~. r." tan Part tLi.td4. loth a:-*.h .11 vi: 1.1Ind A tlee, twf.,r. a nuvo l rer rernan hr.e , ir,. DAIL? Ln~...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 9 April 1894

wIest ofal in Leawulag Power.-Latest U S. Gov't Report AmM 8 SiM PO W& r THEr DEIFIED THE EETLE. Iam tn. sernp... Cam. e s *aw th lh.mitve observers never spe ad anything so commonplace as th rýeooe of eggs in the middle of the all the beetle has made. That sut o " eplanation belongs'only to the ageo science. The Egyptians san the beetle bury the pellet, and they *w a new beetle emerge from it in due time. and they leaped straight to the not unnatural conclusion that here was a case of spontaneous ger eration. The pious scarab, they imag .ed. buried the balls of dirt as they themselves buried their mummled dead. and new scarabs sprang from 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 rection then that the scarab attained such immense vogue in the Nile val ley. Nothing could be more natural than that a mummy making race should see in its pro...

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. — 10 April 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE. JOURNAL VOLUME XII. NO. 'in. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, APRIL zo, 11$. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGUSITIONS. MAILS CLOSE. . AU p. m. MNodayva Wednesday. ' ap.m. , londay.. Wedae- 7:20a.m. 7:a.m. erto Zagss an . day 2p. -. . ........... Rd1p.. ..psn eia . Mou.daya and lief.at aio hefoe ..... . 7 !0p.rn. iingaq abnse....... ....... 4180p.iu. open frou 12 toOpjpm. 5A.. W. Bayos. P. M. rflheru Pacific Tmus Table. LSAVU BILa CITT noise IN.T Of.P fic ail. . ..:22to . u.1 Zap.'.. Prv.li .t ii A(t . m. lieU Way Frighett I ij a. in. Liacy mu... Cl?? 0(1150 stan. fl.2t"Iaai Frnigt 11 .S .m. eM ay Freight . :im a.m.. Oficeial Directory. STATE. bey of (.ongre. C . Hartman, koa.nan J. E. lilekard.. Helena of State sL. Roewit. H 'lean Sadn~vethJaie all D .iserselt n P. W. Wright. Hdeun Auditor An.trvw 3. Cý.k,. Heleat Seuweva Harn-. E knrell na ýPub lug 6.A. itieer.. Meluns StJuaieg W. Y. Pvmher ia fla.e u u T. H. emm tt.a 'rtt"" FEDERAL. TaH..li. 0. P.tna. Helsa J.u8 taees...

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 April 1894

WI DAILY JOURNAL Term" of 8B1.crpff"o. f EaS.,s N ADvaNsO. oeAes PAID. in in marth ......... 1.00 10 crTI eea.cataea. WeOrW . ever, evealas, at 3 cent. per week. waiasls mIntsox. m.mWW Anes. L Tear .3.............. . 00. fI M cathe .............. .... 1.00 Tuesday, April 10. 1804. A CailSeI Tel.. "Reme," akid a Lewiston detective, 4% a queer thing to convict a man 49 burglary with," and he held up te head at a hammer which he had bept in a drawer in his table It was a- ordinary hammer head. only the striking end of it was battered in a strange and peculiar way. One aid at it was broken off. "A break was made in a Lewiston home during the winter, and beside a small lot of jewelry a bundle of papers was carried away. The pa pers were of a private nature and such that the owner desired as much to recover them as he did the jewelry The robber had entered the house through the kitchen and while pick lag the lock had set a hammer down in a pan of molasses candy that hal been put into the ...

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 April 1894

We sav. Them. 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 Tic, Blucher patent. Opera Toe; sold else where at 3I.5o; our price S£.oo. O=1%ord Ties. Dong. tip. and plain, in Opera. Square and Conunonsense Toe; high and lnw heel. They are very nobby. Price St.;o: an excellent value. It n ill lar youu to look at them. $1.50. Strictly in it. Our Juliette lippr or Gaiter. in Tan and ! .n. Kid. i certainly the most .tili h shoe .h own in this market We hate them 'n the newt lasts at S. 5o and $300. They are x sellent talus. suipper at Si. o . a (mmonrense ,hoe. and a look % i; ct* ince you that they met' '" 1I ( Nil K I Wear iti. ht, dat mm"lý. THE DºAILI .IOU:RNAI, MILEi (IiT. ~o~iTANA. JOVC14AL WKATUEM agiom?. Plan Temp i Wnd iWeather. Itb pIL4; 1 ..'W 9Thri-ateninw A daah before a oumbtr miran. twiow areo. DAILY LOCAL UL&S.. Utazimam temperature. 5.. Minimum. temperat...

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 April 1894

" Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U & Gov't Report 1" Bcildn Fu puk * CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT. W17-Irish obstruction in the com mags. Very long and tedious sessions. 1$78-Major O'Gorman "named" by he speaker for obsti action. 17S-A protective tariff bill passed by *e German parliament. 1878-The resumption of specie pay saets in the United States. 1880-The Bradlanih case. Refused Abe oath. Not allowed to affirm. 1881-Thirty-six Irish members eus peaded for disorderly conduct. 181-New and stringent rules adopted against obstructon. 1893---Home rule bill passed. Rejected by the house of lords. In most atcuent republics the gover - ment was divided between the senot-.. generally an aristocratic body or a-seu blage of old men. and the I pular a isembly. a gathering often cump .d the entire moile population of the city sepublic. Congress. in an international stn--. does not miean a deliberative body, but an assembly ,f sovereigns or their rep sesentatives for the purp se o...

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. — 11 April 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.. VOLUME XII. NO. 17 IT q MILES CITY, MONTANA. WEDNESDAY, APRIL as. I.94. PRICE FIVE CENT3 POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS ('LOSE. e 6 U0 p. an. 'Wd LMer MOad y. W d.. londays. sda a y . Rivr. antay. Wrdttiue. ys. :D... O p. m. ay. and Friday. 7, 9O p. Special. Monday and ···········.A 9 :15 t1 pa. R~~. s. yo... u Ou ·m. ubae. on arrival 0-f outern umll at or bor .i.. 7lp. m. order clov......... 490 p. m. los. .... :?. am. open from II to l p. IN. (EArn. SE3or. P. M. hither. Pacific Time Table. LSATU aliUS Cl? 00130 W~a?. So I. Pacific maild p.m. Mo i lzpeeaaFreig.ht .... 1:tp . No 5 Wa FrghtIn si . M 5.10W.1r Pr.*iah 3ijtm L3AI3 MILEO Cr71 (tlU [ART. Noe. 7Atlantii Mal . . S054 asp- aFre~gl t Ii0 .. Mob Way F rri it Miilia. m. Official Diractory. (T.%TE. Mumber of cU..gr.ea . . S. Hartmnc . lt..zman 9oversorJ. E. k/rkarl.. He·lroa l'61 Ales Irtk,,. Hl'lria y of Stl~al. L. b..trw,,. H "lena Staie Trearer F. W. Wrirlgh. Helaea SYtateidAuior . ndrew H.'.a..L. Hhe...

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. — 11 April 1894

'E DAILY JOURNALI !L Cmr. =ONTAXA. ,ery svetas susept suaey. Terms of 8ubscription. I SA., S ADVARCu. rPoTAQB PAID. e e moer.................... g.W i d a s mo t h .................. 1L0 TO cr - ¢.·nwal·. Spearie. every evening, at HS ceats per week. wnrELY EDr.PoW. TELLOW PAPr. T r ..................................... t ' M amths 1.................... ..... ........ 4·-t'. M onths .. ............. ............... I.ý,. Wednesday, April 11. 1091. THE FUTURE OF WOOL. The Great Falls board of trade has under consideration the much talked-of plan for the relief of woolgrowers. which .ha for its basis the home scouring of wool. to which is added the suggestion or rather hope of being able to establish a home market for the scoured product and hate issued a circular asking the support and co operation of woolgrontwrs to this end. It is almost a waste of words to say that the woo.growers har t long iooked forward to the time wh.un their wt %l cuild I e divested of the sixty or seventy pe...

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. — 11 April 1894

We ERve TWhem. Our new stock of Ladies Oxford Tics and ',ummcr Footwcar has just arried. \e place them on sale today ian! a ill be ,icascd to have you ints,cct them. Lahdie, Ix t,,i( lit. Blucher patent. ( ilcera T.l' : o!d elsC where at Si.;o: our price S.oo. Zadiets' Olord Tie . Doiung. t,. .,nd plain. mo ()Iera. Stuar' and c('.Ilol; 4nsll.n Toe: high and i-\a hbc!. I he-v are vcry nobbv rilce Si. ; n. ai, , celient value It 8:in , " ."" io(k at thi.,n, $1.50. Striotly in1 it. in l ..0 a,, I ,,n - ,,i. -, it. 1 the. n1 ,,-t - .:,-. · - ,. -h, ,t,. n 1t thi, rn , , \\, i ' t i, n ,n the nett _. ,t a c. . :u. Oiur EOur.o mllppor at .I :r, . ,t * 'I:n. -,:t n-c "c l ,nt arn, t , . ;c ' ,''.ine ~, that the\ nt ', ' \ " ' ', A 2', e- , THE IAIiiA .IOlIINAL MILl-a I1T'. wMONTANA. JOURNAL. WLATHlER ILPORT. .1,'r T,.ml, ..:.l W ,- r. 11th. * .. 'iT. Ka I.,,I rA 4 sll Ifr., t w n .'r r. I n .l I-.ho% tri . WLATIHE FoiRlEt AT. WAUIrnTrox. %rT( II. To oh.errwr. Nil.., City. Motana : Montana ...

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. — 11 April 1894

Higest of all in Leaveming Power.--Latest U S Gov't Report. "u - ~,~CllYi~ PýR THE OLD CLAY PIPL. TLhre's a lot of solid comfort In an old clar pipe. I find. If you're kind of out of humor Or In trouble in your mind. Whle you're feeling awful lonesome. And don't know )at what to do. There's a heap of satifaction If you smoke a pipe or two. The tan thousand pleasant memories That are buried in your soul Are playing hide and seek with you Around that smoking howl. These are mighty restful moments; You're at peace with all the world. And the ianorama changes As the thin blue smoke is curled. Now you cross the bridge of sorrows. Now you enter plen..nt lands. And before an open doorway You will huger tO -!hake hands With a lithe and girlish tl.ure That is coming thr.glh the door Ah, pyoui r.coignize the f .atures! You hato -een that tace b'iore. You are at the dear ,:.i homeltead Where you spent thno. htlppy yarn. You are romping with thty ,hiidren; Yon are smiling throulgh asour tears. ...

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 April 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. Pi 18O MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, APRIL zS, 194. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. . MAILS (CLOSB. 1150p.m. S ouyd n ....m... a... 60 p. m. W - 7:3)a. m. aw ad Fr Fridds.... 71 p. m. uaaid. ,. a .d-F... * . In a lto b f. ................... 7 0 p. . e1' l ur . . . . I .4 n. 1 ir runa. Ih to . . la . A UWaM Frirht I. m or nired .q '.. . .. 1r19 p.m. an cl.t seart . ..... J. . H . lk Tpre. e fretrt . . . I' . ri. ~l, . Official Directory. nTATE. tMatbo.s of ,nr .... 1. H rtint. "t km.l a S. . ay (Jgsr. h, k. H.ln . I . K . t HTlena JutLate. . , L. (ITT0 r1 t. 1 io.a . .......... , le W. ( H.tlena dI Alerntil HJrai J. . H.relr . H:l4 a Pb In.t r J w *. I. A.. Ht.lre. Helma t knat tore . P mhrlt H.*inar i....a.trm, . le r,. R ar..r. Helena A .. . W. Wrigt. Hetena J eo e Hvri J . T.ismh h.ll. Hrle.o l4,,, a l . lt II. r r tlln , i ele n'aitl .WestiaterJ H. . NI I ..n, Mile.ling) r L E. .' nerll,. r. ( ,lhlct al rt OT AJ. e. lneHlenu. 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. — 12 April 1894

'T!IE DAILY JOURNIAL hxl w. emh ar eax IM A. ter" Uvestusg Meeps geaday. ..... .- .. . 1 Trms of rmkecip~on. ton. si t hs ................. 0. 40t itM . one mouth ............... ... I TO cm acaruc taas. earrer, ver. evening, at 1S cents per week. wUNKLI DRitIO. TLLOW PAPER. S.. ............ ...... . ........ . .. M onth . .............. 1.11 Thursday. April 1":. 1894. A BALTIMORE divine--the Rev. D. B. Gregg of a Presbyterian church in that city--has felt it his duty to treat the Pollard-Breckenridge suit from a new point of view. On Sunday last hbe preached a sermon. using the celebrated case as a text. and. as briefly reported in the dispatches. admonished his hearers to obey the divine injunction relative to *'casting the first stone." Enlarging on this theme. tte reverend gentleman went so far ac to State that he had no dubt, that ,mant equally culpable could Le found in hirs'own ttl.ck. and hled that the , rihl wnoull he charitable enougt"h ti forgl\o both parties. A broad I,,...

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 April 1894

-@ ArT *bhm. Our new stock of Ladies Oxford Ties and Summer Footatcar has just arried. "t: place them on sale today -t. n ,-. Lc e1.- acd to, have you in.l (ct them. Ladie. (P\t, .: . li. . Blucher patent. (t,)j rIa ~ :c; ,,,d(I else where at Si :o: our ,rice 51oo. Dung. ti. and plain, in Opera. Square and (,rnimr,nsenr e Tuec: high andi Il, hI 1.;. The. are v\r" nfb,. I l'n,, St :;c: an excellent value It %:il pay ,, to loo: at th, tn $1.50. Strictly in it. ( r , , . .i (, t.i:T r in I ,ii . ,,! i; . l-n ., . i-, , rt., i:; th "e t:n - t -1'- , - I:.:: r i thl- n;..l : \ . :1. e, the nc,ý -t 1' 2 : . In . 3r .O. Our IIOiso Slippor at 1 -, . . 'TInIn - o n"wi,, . th Il . r, THE iDAIM .I4IIINAL 3IYl.E1 (ITt. UIINTANA. .5t.t-R!IAL WEATHI3( RI;1olRT. knm T.-mp WI~iwt W.h 1211, - a* ý' a'.% W r~~t: 12th o " t '*'j+ a rs:t'i ' r.* r · A ,ast 1.f+r. nn , r n., Nn. I..I.t t+ r.,. t.,I- Lr \rL Y. \.I Yrtimont nlrll + n .rn f `1 II. IL. IIOYNToN. Oho{rva·r. Wl~t'IHI kI.A E I IST 0 111" N'Aas...

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 April 1894

Highest .of all in leavening Power.-Latest U S Gov't Report AMM BPkin II Mt"EINIU PUR R - THE OLD CLAY PIPE sOn's a lot of solid comfort Ti an old clay pipe, I find. If you're kind of out of humor Or in trouble in your mind. Whoa you're feeling awful lonesome, And don't know Jnst what to do. There's a heap of satisfaction If you smoke a pipe or two. The toea thousand pleasant memorles That are buried in your soul Are playing hide and seek with you Around that smoking owl. These are mighty restful moments You're at peace with all the world. And the panorama changes As the thin blue smoke is curled. Now you cross the bridge of sorrows. Now you enter p'easant lands. And before an open doorway You wK':, Iun.r tO-hake hands With a lithe and girlish figure That is cit~nn thr,iimgh the door. Ah. you rec',gnize the teatures! You have wen that face tl-fr. You are at the dear old homtstead Where tou spent those hapip .ears. You are romping oith the i hildreu: You are smiling through vyour tea...

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 April 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. sagr9 MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS ('LOBE. 6Aftp m. Monday. edneda y Ap.. . Sopeial. Moday oad . ........................ . k a p. m. rey. cln. .. .. O p. m. .clse· . - . .... 6:p0m. d- -W--4J2e op~e~oni 12 W, I p. m. C'AS. W. SaND, P. M. Nerthera Pacific Time Table. LSAY aILs CITT OOI(0 waT. No I. Plarc Mail 4 , to lE p nmu Frotsht • - .... II At i', m. 7o WPraFreiGht . . d.. a. m. LEAAVI II.a ('ITT 00I0NO 1 NT. No. AtLantic Mail : . a n 30154 5p Freagbt . I ..I.. m. NM Waym Freight . :15 . i. Official Directory. BTATE. b her f ('oonreas .1'. M. Hartman. Itit.n~ to J. E. Rickardl.. Heluna Alt N.atkha. Helena SState L. IRhwitt. H "leta .Tesre dF. W. WrH it. Helena bEg Gentrl Henr J. Hekell. Helen SJustie I. W.. P-. imrmh.r,n. Hale.a aU am ('rt Henj W,.hster. Helenua Ac.----.l Jaotiee. $ b."I Hrm,,d. H111inrs -rd Wa. Hstlct. ' Ite Butte FEDERAL. Sat, or ieaseral .(,,. 0. Eato. Hele...

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 April 1894

NHE DAILY JOURNAL aLg m T.WV, OTx ISA. Uwory $wmiag t asept Smiamy. Terms of Subseripton. 5T MARL, Is ACAUC. L POTAOS PAID. m iv Editi n, o n. o ,'ar .....................$10.00 v dit h.r, bii worths ............. . 60,r .ditaIn. one month .............. 1.J TO CIT1 seacaxskaa5. Swrrier. every evenitr, at s eents per week. WSI 3L rDITIO. YELLOW PAPNa. Sl ar ........................... ......... 10 Motbs ........................ 2.01 M ost h .......... . s............... Itb Friday. April 13. 1894. Tax jublic does not possibly appreci ate the conditions now existing in this city. With Alderman Tom Gibb acting as mayor and John Gibb chief justice of the municipal court. there is no saying what might happen if the brothers Gibb were disposed to execute a coup d'etat. Fortunately for the town and the people the Gibb family are not impelled by the ambitions that brought Casar. Nap:le an and other geutlenmen of noteto bloody and disastrous ends. so that there is no occasion to mobilize 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. — 13 April 1894

A HAPPY IDAE IMAPPY HOME" Brings to mind cozy c 'rner,. invitin:g tirLcide% anti all that. To. oa. arer, o)f men's apparel it mncdn, a ore it means. It71e, and c'crvthina that -to make a man c nafortatble :ni his budilv" co.ct.II:ij W1c ,'ou u ant a - it c "The Happy Home" f Brwad" 1I ur nl l; hu ',f STETSON I **I l 'Ijj, I 1.iii. it I"Pal p i i t ý I fl j all t .. .... . ..t : I Pair Mlclitar, ' Z ;r, '-ii ilt .iutt~t. RECEPTIONlri tk aarc, aIl 115 :ed LecINTIRE Merc. Co : . t~·...... isi.'bi'· .'.e THE IIAIIA .JOURNAL MILE* CIT tl . UI TA!A. "ter..m .itrll l. Trio3 Wi~d WrEPil.. loth t D . CNE f44ier 1rtXE WI..r A dib bf".rr a number noeah below sera. DULA LOCAL NUAN. Mlaimimtrmperetorr. WO MInimum trmpereor... . MeS temperatrur. aI. Precipietatso to last :, hours. O. H. K. IOYriTON. Obeertrr. ~lrTHEiK F)REtAIT. WaaEueyou. April 13. To obaerrr. Mile. (Cty. MontIee: Montana -Cludy. colder by Seturday r p thief of weetser noreau. Noyn-The absove forecat is for i hoes, hem 6a. in.. i...

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 April 1894

iguest o all in Leavening Power.--Latest U S Gov't Report J~,II~UT~ln PIIRI RoY& *r S- pus BEGINNING OF MAN. OR. BRINTON FURNISHES INTEREST ING DATA ON THE SUBJECT. grisemt Agr.eemet oa the Dieeoverles I She "*Drft" - The Beleal Ag Seead wSebed la Btweem Ware Persods. Wher. nm Opened .is Eyes. "The Beginning of Man and the Ageof ale Race" is the subject of an article in The Forum by Dr. Daniel G. Brinton. eme of the f .remost anthropologists of the time. The very earliest deposit in which there may be said to be a general agreement that man's remains are found is that called the Drift. a series of gravel beds in the valley of the Thames in Eng land. Soi.nle In France and the Manza dares in Spain, and elsewhere in western Europe. In these beds his stone tools and weapons are fcnd lying in undisturbed elations with hones of animals long since extinct, and which under the pr- .ent con ditions o. the climate could ni.t exist in that locality, these animals belonging to a tropical or...

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