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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 14 April 1894

_THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. p,. 1 $1 MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, APRIL z4, 1p84. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS (LOSE. Upearubk. Monilays. N edne..Iay. aad J s.Vdasa. 7: 4 a. m. 'Talc River, Monilay., Wed.., S od Friday... .. ds 7: a. m. aiA 2 1 p. m. olnay. azd Fridayp. 0 NI p. m. tpecial. Mday . * 75 a* an h U0 p. m. ..N o arrival ofestr 9':15a. in. clostal. ator before . ....... 71100p. nt. de .i1 .i. .-~'-ilke open frim It to I p. in. ,. ('A. W. SatDoa P. . brther. Pacific Time Table. LRAVE MIL" (-.r, oloto WWa. Mo I. Parific Mail .. "tp n N.o 3 Way Freight I i., a. in. LaAVa MILES ('IT iiINiG EALT. No. Atlantar Mail I' (a. rn 0056 Bspirr riglht Il :uIp..n. I NoWay Freigght iI a. . Official Directory. , ST4TF Mamer of ('nearea .4. S. Hartman. aH.uinar I Governor ... . ,J. I Rickard.. Helena 'tAeu4ov Ale. ldu Hen JoetwIef Stat r a1l R..tkao.e a //t. reaaarer P. W. Wright,t Helena M Audii.ie Andr.'w H.i'.n.k, HelenauI * t y (lriiral Hetiri J. H~ank...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 14 April 1894

fEE DAILY JOURNAL ONm WT". O"ANlA. 3agsy esrw. Bse".6r Saxy. Tornm of aubshriptfon. 3s 1m3 , 13 MsaNac, 1o3r0os rat3 . l~~ion. one year ....... .. 0..1.Ol0 injitioti, ila month... t. 5.i D iotnm. one month ....... . 1. 10 *p 6airier, every eveaina, at 25 cents per week. W .Lt 391110. TLLLOW 15153. wse ar s .... ... ... . u.s...... .. ... ..s. Saturday, April 14. 1894. TUNES 0' THE BAGPIPES. iguhlaad Martial Mante That Iaspiree Vaalr Ia Sturdy Harts. It Is not assuming too much to clim for highland music that it has produced tunes more eminently fit for marching than the music of any other nation. Most of us at some time or other have come across a highland regiment on the march. Who does not know the roll of the distant drums, and mingling with it that prolonged drone which gradual ly resolves itself into some old, famin iar tune, composed long ago to cel- brate some bloody clan raid, such. for instance, as the pibroch of Donal Dhul To the Scotsman there is never any mistaking that ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 14 April 1894

A HAPPY IDEA Provokes Smiles. "HAPPT HOME" Brings to mind cozy corners. inviting tirri des% and all that. T,)wcarer- of men'. apparel it nlan, mtoru it means, !gilt, and rverythin tiiit qrt mak- a man c omrf rtarhlc in his bodily cu'er zi-. W'hrn you want a -u:t let us shut tu l "The Happy Home" 3rmatch. Iur ncw -nr ,f STETSON NATS well t(' 1\rd. t 1 i ~l '!1 ll"lit 1. .l . .. . 510 00 Z t ttit n II \ : a il . . .L `oX arI,: -hllt . .li tice outfit. RECEPTION <a.,I1 n t~ ..cct 1McINTIRE Merc. Co THE 1PAILI JiOURINAL~ MII.E ('l~. NtºTAA Jill K?4%L WSATNS:k REtPORT. l4the pP* " .ý 41I2W l i.iuty lathaUE al.M 1al i (load) A dash brf..re a numotwr men elow zero. RAIL? LOCAL alsaCs. Maximum~ te.mperature. 6: Minimum temperature. 42. Mean temperatal., !i2 Preeaptoitatont lan st 24 bors. 0J.A H. R. BOYNTON. Observer. WEATH4ER PIRE(AAIT. WNuuaanltoa. April Ut. To observer. MU"r ('sty. Montanasn ar odr Chief of Weather lioreaa.0 NoAar-Thr aboive forecast is for 35 bonns from 6As. in.. its...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 14 April 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power,-Latest U S. Gov't Report AaasrElY PURE HE FELT GREAT. IS Was Mta Weddiag Day, and K. Wasted t. Cetebrat.. He walked into the menagerie build hag early in the morning when there ywes only a few visitors. Those that were there noticed that he carried a stout, heavy cane, unusually long. H* looked ashut a bit, and then ho walkod over to the lion's cage. He pushed the stick between the bare and gave the kin. a1 beasts a iughty prod. "Ha. there, wake up. you old cn--. and make some noise. Come to life, and late hear your lungs." The lsio growled. He poked again, harder than bef! re. The lion roared and made a jump for the stick, but it was deftly withdrawn. Then he went to the age where the royal Bengal tiger lay d zing. '.Come, old boy," I said. poking through the bars. ( ye us some ul ti." The tiger was in a ferment in a mu ment and rushed up il down the cage wildly. The curiot people began to gather, but the tim women kept near the door. " "He's craz...

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. — 16 April 1894

THE - YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 919 5 MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, APRIL 16, ' 8. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS C LOSE. p.m. a 7 ope .... 7 :7 a. p.m nl.m rs Woa. Zao P. Mi. aadFdand.. ..riday. 7:1a0 a. in. . a~l aa Atlant7... Ma:Uss Offiial Mondays aad Ass oriate J a. un. Jaduiireah Jmarrival of eamt ra mail, at or biforvr...... 7 no p. in. !d elf . ..!t0p m &4 * .p. iii. 10Oagioen from 12 to 1 p. m~ a .in. ('NA.. W. Marne. P. M. Uetnher Pac1fi Time Table. LIAVE NILKR ('IT 00130 WaR?. D 1. Pacie Mail. 4 X : p. m. 011 maie -re rig m. ..rm :31 n .. in. oE Wa T FrEiig i o .I i a. t.. fI Atleatic Mail . : h .l in. 14 Rap,-.. FrivitttI. p. mn. *Wl4ay Pri-vglt i .i. Official Directery. StTATE. otoft 1b orra. .. v. Harman. Hizi-nan no .J. I:. ltirkari.. H-li-vna MTAi. iloikin. il-I-ia Treason- F. W. Wright. Hi-i"ma Auditor Andre H. it . Ili4 li a , tianrral Heni-t J. Hash-Il. HIt-ina Pub In. E.A. nt..i rtan Jaatie. W.Y. Pt."~..n.o. HLilina Saprimi- Iri ILii...

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. — 16 April 1894

VHE DAILY JOURNAL4 WILM CITY. M1OartANA. 3w.vr Zismiag Kzcept sand"y. Term, of 8utbecripfton. /T EAXL. IN ADTANC3. POSTAGE PAID. t5i pto , six mbouths...... .. .. s TO CITY 5tU5451N355II * rmsT. sver, evening. at 25 cent. per week. WILT 3"TTIOU. PILLOW PAPER. L Tear ................ .. V Mrouths ..... ... ... . 2 Mlontuth ..s .......... ... Monday. April 16. 1$94. TO MTOCKREN. The annual reunion of the Montana stockgrowera and their railrcad friends from the east at Miles (ity. is an occas ion that is always productive of much pleasure to the residents of (this city and. we trust. proportionately so to our guePts., On each of these occasions we have very nearly the same people as guests. and each year brings about a better acquaintance. so that it now hap pens that the "stack meeting is in many respects a picnic. To be sure the stockmen meet at the court house and with a gravity becoming the magnitude of the business interest represented. discuss the details of their business. ar ra...

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. — 16 April 1894

OBOBOBO hrs..as i A HAPPY IDEA Provokes Smiles. "HAPPY HOME" Brings to mind cozy corners, inviting firesides, and all that. To wearers of men's apparel it means more it means. Qpuality, QZ1411y Style, and everything that goes to make a man comfortable in his bodily coverings. When you want a suit let us show you "The Happy Home" rasacL. Our mess line of STETSON EATS is being well received. ida 1suT! xI \TO i I lappy IlHome " it all wool .....0.....0Io 0 SStetson IHat, "Ni,5n tana .... ..... 00o i Pair Nlclntire 3s2 2o Shot ....... .... 2 00 Total Cist... Si; o0 Sox and Shirt completes the outfit. = *ECEPTION during stock week You are all invited. McINTIRE Merc. Co. THE I)AILI JOURNAL MILES CITT. MONTANA. JOI7MAL WEATEM WOEOT. Teap. Wd Weather. A dash Sasure a ummber mean. below mere. miiiT IA UANWS.W matadm emSerstare. M. ilma tempwratare. i. Mean tamperaturm, I1. Puipitatimoan tolt U hase. 0. U. 5. ODN1TON. Obse.rr, WEATHER POURZAST. wAsnenaes. Apru Is. To oberver. Milee City. Mnet...

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. — 16 April 1894

Rihme~ ofA is L.awamig Power.-Lacao U. & Gov't Report Baking / /RQ~iPowder As*WULV PUPS TUNES 0' THE BAGPIPES. Uimhamd Martial Msate That Imopie.. Vet.r in Sturdy Hearts. It is not assuming too much to daim for highland music that it has produzed tunes more eminently fit for marching than the music of any other nation. Most of us at some' time or other have come across a highland regiment on the march. Who does not know the roll of the distant drums, and mingling with it that prolonged drone which gradual ly resolves itself into some old. famni far tune, composed long ago to cele brace some bloody clan raid, such, for instance, as the pibroch of Donal Dbat TN the Scotsman there is never any mistaking that sound, and although we may 1*e nineteenth century indi yidsals with tall hats and black coat we can't help going just a little wa\ and keeping step also. The pu> beals just a little quicker, and des-lit" all cheap sneers the memory of a thousand years is a little more reel *...

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. — 17 April 1894

I TE YELLOW STONE JOURNAL. _ VOLUME XII. NO. MIp ()- MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 18$4. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGUIATIONS. MAILS ('LOBE. • 720 p.min .W.. ....... .. . p. M. ne Sacial Monday and A'tO p. m. ...S r a e H arnrial of eas·tern dmol s ...... ... .... 7Ap.m. u-.. fronm ltt ol p. m. Su'MA. W. SKIDI. P. M. leuhMer Pacific Time Table. LIAVU UiLI. ('ITT OJINO. wAT. O . .a tiSe Mail. . Ipb pi. m. no M pre o greaahitt .. .. p. m. I aIor Way rFreig ta En. a trnf (o,.. . . Hart .a, tmam. . , 2 J.A E. nItMkairI. (. m.le E[eui4io, Al.. ll.tk an. .-liera Um..e tr.y.f.t... . I,.,k ...... li-len oi Krr . mnr Pr.. W r E t.L t p. m. MeA.P Henri tr.. Waa. a. lem. ST A E. A NIrr.-. N-e JIa prinne W Al. P .r.t. H .lena .lTrt tu-. F. W. W yria. .Helena J artee..r . r) e H . gbo k M ele.4mit A u iove ra A.t . 4He" r.i J. H Msk l . H lil y USare). (Aesral P,1 ..( . I(i) Le. H.-lena .. M. ar.sal... W'm. Mahinl. r Me. in utty. eU..eor Int e.ev H I. l. L M.al. Helaen - Hria..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. — 17 April 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL IL...eari OIoezrra. aVry wVomags nampt miay. Terms. ofl &Scriptios. 5I MAIL, rI ADVATNCL POsTAeA PAID. Itio . e ................. 510.' 0 ditionsi smot.. ...i........ a.U Idition, one month .............. 1 TO C(IT aBClalnWm. F eruarr, every evening, at i5 cents per week. WULW, DITION. YLLLOW PAPER. l YTear.................................. 51(0 Months ................................. 2.10 M onths .... ........... ............... l.O Tuesday. April 17. 1894. THE TERRORS OF BALLOONINQ. a Wmesa's Esaellg Fall Through ases sad E~sape From Death. Mrs. Carl E. Myers. the parachute Jumper. told of an exciting experience ot hers at the fair grounds at Ottawa that. as she said, "began like a com edy and nearly ended in a tragedy: "It was the narrowest escape I've over had, and incidentally and act-i dentally the first parachute deseet, wer made in America. It wasn't a regular parachute either, but I'll tel; you about that when I oome to it. The occasion was a big fair...

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. — 17 April 1894

A HAPPY IDEA Provokes Smiles. "HAPPY HOME" Brings to mind cozy corncr.s inviting firceidcs. and all that. IT wearers of men's apparel it means more it means. qu.aality, aritle, and everythin i that goes to make a man comfortable in his boi'ily covecring,. When you wiant a suit let us shoem you "The Happy Home" NATS I I, eing well received I "Happy l Io,nc" "unt all u on, !........ o 0 co I ,tetuvn liat. "M1,1 tan;' ............. : o I Pair NMlntirc.', 2 :u hýh . . ...... 00 Total Cost.. Si; 00 . .,x and shirt .'.ni; : t the outfit SIRECEPTION ,uring sto-k ,,ck. Y',u arc all invit'd t McINTIRE Merc. Co : ageomssag~eweseestegg THE I)AII,1 JOURNAL MILE CITr. MONTANA. JO5.3!AL WEATHERI REORT. Tem,. W Rind jWeat&.r. 4tbh Et .. . ll4W it rrateainc A daub before a nember mess below aroe DAILY LOCAL URA* . asimum temperetue.. * Miaimam tperatgre. 30. Mean temperature. I. Preeipitatiom in last s boarr. .N4 H. R. BOYNTON. ObMerver. WIATHER FOARS.AST. Waususega. April Bt. To observer. Mil....

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. — 17 April 1894

ighest of all in Leavening Power-Latest U.S& Gov't Report U0 0 ....Powde 1 AshwuCI;V PUs. MONSTERS TO FI(HT. San Francisco Stirred up Over a Novel Kind of Battle. A Has Lltan and a (Grialy -The oirirty Ifor the Pr emntion to ('rueltt to .Anlimal- iajertat. S.A Ft: eru. -, i,. April 1;. -The tight announc.e I t,, take place in I,isne's arena at the mIllwinter fair. next Sat urda, "y ,nimnl. between i'olonel ltia.ne') Africanr 't; P'rneil" and a grizzl. bear recent!. capturlr.l in the llmounlatni near Ren.. ha- stirr,. up sterilus tr uhle he tween the S.,i it.~ for the Pre. ntlor . t,, C'ruelt' to Ahiuals alnd the executive' cOnullllltre f the ,xpos)) oll. lhthe societ' t,da. anouutces thtrt thel tight cannot ,,tu e ..*t. acli if it tcei.ssary warrants wil ..e .-rrn ' It for the ar rest if the ,\cc lti e ict llluittee, n. t stopping at I irector I ;et, :at l)e Young. in order to piretcut the .ritet. A let ter to this etf.e-t has 'e - ent t,, the executive ommtlltte.". ai It is 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. — 18 April 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. E XII. NO. aS. I ' MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8S, 8g4.' PRICE FIVE CENTS RAN(tE INTERESTS.. The Visitors Add ..s the Stockgrowers Cc nven tion At Length. The Welf Prrblem Ceonsume the Grelt or Part of Todaly's. eamia ystlPmati Polonlang. APTIRN0OO( EtiiON. The convention reconvened at 4 o'clock p. m. with quite as large an at tendance an in the morning. The first businee was the reading of the annual report of the board of Stock Commis nioners. which proved t be quita lerngthy and in some respects akin to ancient lit erature. but Hecretary I'reuitt struggled manfully through it to the end. though he would no doubt have appreciated a motion to omit the statistical potionl of it. When concluded. P'reident Hiatt called for the annual speeches otf he visiting railroad. stockyards and caom mission representatives. The gentlemen referred to in the president's invitatlon were somewhat slow in corning to the front, and as usual at devolved upon 4ieneral 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. — 18 April 1894

WE DAILY JOURNAl, as V WW. g, moerNAT A. 3mgr 3kmans ms gumi. • - ?erm. of Buberipioa. a LLM, iNM ADVAICI. PORTAQGI PAID. Irear . ... ...... ...0...0.$" ° lato s.................. &JO l i dibo one s th......... .... 1.0 O errier. every evenings, it centsper week. W al. T , T ELLOW PAPER. Wednesday, April 1.. 1814. CHNlESE TALF.8 AND TRAITS. We Te able In Distributiug Supermatlral Oilts All Through the Family. The similarity in motive and gen ral form consistent with the most unexpected variations in detail that dhararterizes all folklore is exempli led anew in Chinese stories. A not uncommon popular fancy is that which divides supernatural gifts or kill among a group of brothers or friends. Grimm has a story of four brothers, one of whom became an expert thief, another a wonderful as tronomer, a third an infallible marks man and the fourth a tailor who could sew anything, dead or alive. without harming it. The Russian tale in which figure certain heroes who, for the sake of desc...

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. — 18 April 1894

-S A HAPPY IDEA Provokes Smiles. "HAPPY HOME" Brings to mind cozy corners, inviting firesides, and all that, To wearers of men's apparel it means more- it means, Qu1t7", mot, and everything that goes to make a man comfortable in his bodily coverings. When you want a suit let us show you "The Happy Home" srabsas. tOur new Ine of SAETI HAT is being well received RE(' \i'iUTL'L TIqiN. I "llappy ,llomIc" suit all wool............. oo I "tt'ton Ilat. "Mn tana".... ........ i Pair Mlclntirc' $2 .:o hoc ............ 2 CO Total Cost .... 00 s.ox and .hirt C,,Ilctc.s the outfit MlnEPTIO during stock week. \',u are all invited. S cIlTIRE Merc. Co THE DAIL1 .JOURNAL MILKS CITT. MONTA3A. JOCUNAL WKATHK IKIPOMT. r Weather. A dab blefore a numbetr mesa blow aewo. DAIL eCAL IUAN.L uMatih temperature. 37 uMimem tmersatare. L Ms, tmpmeratar., a. Pseisaliatis last as bhas . As R. LK. OMMON. Obarqer. WrATMEl PURAL A1T. Waaesumeoe. AprilU . To obsernw. Miles 'tt,. Moataas: Moetasa - Fair. warmer. Cbito...

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. — 18 April 1894

Highest of a in Leaas Powsi -Lastet U. S Govrt Report pnAJr Baking ,,ý,Powder As*WTELx PURE SHOT DOWN. A Brutal Affray in the Barracks at Fort Buford Yes terday Morning. Ba.el William. Slay a Fetlow solder Witeati a Memets Noticer or Any Known Caa-e. FORT Beo;'i,. N. D.. April 17. -Cor poral fJohu Hartwell of Company C. Twenty-fifth infantry,. was shot and al most instantly killed by Private Basel Williams of the same company about 10 o'clock this morning in the company barracks at Fort Buford. Hartwell was leaning upon the back of a chair watching a game of pool in company with 1i others. When Wil. liam. seized a rifle andldeliberately shot him in the back. The ball entered Hart well's oxxl) just above the left hip, rang ing upward, piecing the heart and cornm ing out above the left nipple. Williams attempted to reload the rifle. but was seized by other soldiers and would have been - itdled with bul lets but for the tim, ly appeara ice of Capt. Charles F. Rob . to whose com pany bo...

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. — 19 April 1894

111 T YELLOWSTONE JOU1RNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. z86 MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, ~894. PRICE FIVE CENTS RANGE INTERESTS. The Wolf Question Causes a a Lengthy and Spirited Debate. Preeldemt Beett se-Eiseted for the Neveath (e.eemtlve Term-The Eseerutive Cemmiu-ter Chese.. C. H. Loud. one of the "Wolf" comr mittee. said the committee made a com. mittee report of thenr ideas for the purpose of engendering discussion in the hope that we might arrive at some. thing practical. The legislature would not meet until January next; the elec tion of two United States senators would take up all of the early part of the see moon until February say. We all know that the present certificates are in the hands of the bankers, and the apprep riation next year will first go to pay these off. virtually leaving no benefit from the state law. Mr. Kohrsa plan could not go into, effect until next March at the best. We must organize and do something ourselves. It was a busines proposition shall we le...

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. — 19 April 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL ILma ars. MrONrAA. Every smnisg Ezeept Sunday. Terms of Brbwcription. Tr MAIl, IN ADVASCE. toTAG PAID. ldiltio , one year .. ....... .....Si.. 0 ititoa. si month .... .............. '., Edltios, one mo nth .................. .(O 0 TO c!r smracuNlas. a emarrM, every evening, at a cents per week. WmiLT EDITIox, TELLOW PAwPn. Thu:slay, April 19, 1804. SRUIES MAY BE CHEAP NOW. wAs Ame Il.a. Ot ..f Clay or e a Cmart by Freneh 'hemleta. This is the story that a retail jew eler on Broadway tells: "A man came in here the other morning and took out a magnificent stone, which he put on the counter and asked me what I thought of it. Well. I thought it wa. a ruby worth about $7.or ,s00t. The-, color was a deep pigeon's bloodl. and while the magnifier showed little spoets, like bubbles, in the stone they didn't interfere with its transparency r brightness. 'What' s it worth : said t'Sixty dollars a arat.' said he. I looked at him in amazement. 'Then it's paste.' said I. 'Not 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. — 19 April 1894

A HAPPY IDEA Provokes Smiles. "HAPPY HOME" Brings to mind cozy corners. inviting firesides, and all a that, t To wearers of men' t apparel it nmeans more it means, iaf t 1. and evcrything that goes to , make a mann cmfortablh in t his bodily coverings. S When you %want a ,uit let us show you '"The Happy Home" Our new line of STETSON jI HATS is being well recccied. i1El \i r 't. \TIPN , I "JHap,,y flonimc . uit all wool.......... Ii 0oo I Stetson IHat. M,,- a tana .. . 00 P air .lintire' $2. , e Total Cost ... $17 oo pox and Shirt .mn;plttus the outfit. RECEPTION during stock ucck. ]k S You are all invited. McINTIRE Merc. Co. IA THE DAILX JOURNAL 3IL35 CItY. MONTARA. JOVB1AL W3A1U53 BtVOS?. rcb m Temp. Wind Weather. Iw t 91 .... 4* Tad A daub below member~e aea below mern. DIIL LOCAL AUNSG. uaal" te lsaertueve. ii. urr. 1 r rat er. 27. a.S. tempate", w. Prraipl..eio. in last w boar., A 3. 3. BOTt$TO. Obmey..r WiATMIU VOIRCABT. WYauias.you April II. to obsulerv. Mile' (!'t,. Meustr: H...

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. — 19 April 1894

noi"at of an iaa Leavien Pwer.--Lstea U. S Gov't Report Baking p ~ Powder A IOWTELY runsI This Time Last Year. For the convenience of those who wish to make comparisons and for the I benefit of others who can never remem ber. the Joca.AL will hereafter keep standing a table of the corresponding month of last year. showing day by day the principal meteorological conditions. as obtained from the record kept by the United States weather observer in this city. Following is the record for April, DAY WEATHER. 1 F.MPER.TURE.. I -Cloudy .... ....... 42 2--Partly cloud) ............... 52 :1 Part cloudy . .... 48 4 -Part ,loudy. . . .... 49 SPart cloud ................... 6 .i Part cmudi . .............. 54 7 Cloud ........... ........... "2 SCl' ud .............. 2 , -Clear .............. . 7 10 Partl cloudyv .. ; 11- Clout' ,u ..... ....................... 44' 12 - Cloudy ............ .. - 1.1 Partly cloudy . 14 Partly cloudy to 1.- Part cloudy..... t 10;- Part cloudy. . .............. 3 1...

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