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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 20 April 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. Iý 1' MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, APRIL to, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. NAILS ('LOSE. SPea¶.odv Wro Iy 7:( 1t. in. Rh. Monday., Wednesdnay a mad Vrtday . . 7: Ina. M. ardaý ......... ...... Y 100 p. m o M a Friday..... f i=dFida,n .......... Speia onday. sad 0o.as .14:15. m. u ten no arrival f arorn .$U. atorbefore ................. 710p.m. order clones 4 SO p. m. open fom. ii to I p. m. (NAB. W. SEIDE. P. N. Uertber. Pacific Time Table. L3AVU 51133 (ITT 00130 WEN.T. Ma 1. Pacific Nail. :tp. m. q EzpoimFreiht 11 41 p. m. M Way Freight . Io.·a. m. LEATS MILES (ITT iOING EST. .I!AUaaeic Mail L la Dyes. Freight 1I ..tt p. tn. Ml Way Freriht Y:ISa.m. Official Directory. STATE. Mamber of Tngr.. . it. Hartnlar. 1Lsn.an r J. K. ekwardºr. Hrlrna at~lo, Al.-: Ik,tkiu. Hilena ofSae L. Ic.twitt" H ·kuu Treasurer F. W. Wright, Hrleaa Auditor Andrew H. Iok. ilaelna , (ienerl Henn J. tlrrlkll. Helena Pub In. IL A.ta.", re.,Helena Jagua....

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. — 20 April 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL MILMS CITY. MONrANA. wvery SUvalug Eseept Sulday. Terme of Bsuber.pioa. as nLAM, IN ADVAOa. OSRTAa paID. N utac , oue rear ......................Si0.C0 i n, is z mo th .............. .. 6.14, diti ooe sm oth.................. 1.C0 orr srascazuaas. oeri4sr, every evening, at 2 cents per week. WEKLT Y DITION. TELLOW PAPER. T. ar.... ............................ .... .tr, . .ear:i:.. . ..... it.s, SM ou ths ........................ ....... Ie Friday, April 0. 1894. TURF TOPICS. oraereb are being wade of cowhide b Australia. A Leon (Ia.) pony recently died at the age of 47 years. George Starr will drive Anderson's ( Nightingale this season. Break o' Day. 2::14. by Dark Nighlt. in in the Doble stable. Grant's Alwlallah. 2;l0. has to hi credit .54 heats below 2:25. The Russian time for three versts (two miles` is a few seconds under five man utee. Lew Trotter has abandoned the stll:y for an indefinite time on account of ill health. Avoid the horse or man that has b!t one...

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. — 20 April 1894

4 • A HAPPY IDEA Provokes Smiles. "HAPPY HOME" Brings to mind cozy corncr,. inv g fires idet,. andl all that. Tc, t cLarer., o,f men', apparel it nilluan. i mlr it means. Qi' ity, i *tyle, PriceTt , and evervthing that goi:, to, make a man cnlfortaIlc in his bodly covcring, vheii you want a -:it let us show ).'Iu i "The Happy Home" Our me%% liri" of STETSON EATS is Iein; ,well received 1 l .1appjt l .m . bn tt all ,, .............. 1 c , I .ctstn lI Iat " ln lana" ........ . : O i I Pair Minltirt. :, ýhoa". .......... . _ o I ,ta! C,st.... ; i fox ini I h:rt a, l.i t, the outfit. " RECEPTION ti.· , t, ck tteck I ,, 0 are in! in,. l. ScllINTIRE Merc. Co. " 41it**·4.&ir s THE D AI4 .11)F14 AL) MILE.r CITT. MONATA. JOURNAL W'EATUES REP0RT. T&"'.om- Tam. WindI Wrather. Iw ý % ,' NW 1! le th a &1 .ý .ai m tLear A daub befow a number mean. below seen. bAii. LOCAL UsAaa. aaisimamtmparatar.. l !lm temperatuee. U t~s Meetare. 8*. P.stptatloa ian last K boors. J.)( H. R. 1OY'TON. ...

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. — 20 April 1894

Hiibat of all a Ueavinim Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report BswT king RO Rorw er A a4OWTELVG pulps THE LONELINESS OF DEATH. aliest charlot standeth at the door, house is hushed and still fom rout to floAr. liene heard the sound of its mysterious wheelo. Yet each its presence feels. io champing bit, no tramp of pawing steed; All dark and silent up and down the street. And yet thou mayst nt tkeep it waiting there Ver one last kis or prayer. Thy words, with some strange other inter changed. trke cold acrossm us like loved eyes estranged With thing, that are not fraught, or thing, that are /ae like , sun struck star. Aad thou, too eeak and agonized to lift The cup to quench thy dying thirst or shift Thy pillows. now without our help must rie pNr walt our ministries. Thou, loved and cherished, most go forth alone ion see thee fondly to thedoor, not one. io head is turned to see thee go: we stay Where thou art not and pray. No panel bars thy white, resistless feet: Our wall are rmist to the...

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. — 21 April 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. sg. td t MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY. APRIL zi, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS ('LSEY. , %ti p. in. SPaeSb. M..ndtay.. Wimdnr·da. il ian aatda 7:4i T51ap. m. Teaa live. Mondaay.Jwdr.Inr. i d Fridays .. 7:30a.m. lU . aturday, . . .. .. 2 !l p. mn. 5~wtna, liundayt ant Fridtay-. ::I0 p. in. dspeeial. Munday. and SAS ap. . ". on arrival of Pastrern aIl, at or htwfw.e 7 !A p. m. Lion order clime, . 4 4 p. m. y". el~rw 6 U) . m.. is-Oderoten (fromn llt, I Ip. M ('HAm. W. )tar P. M. Uertbern Pacific Time Table. LmA·m MtLUaiITy iniil~. baT.. .a 1. Pacifi Nail. . p Sa odltlpr slr. gi, ..~h I tt. fi WFeaI Way Yr.jgigt t ..r .. ii LICALE UiLa LKl i..,i%.: 5.. 2 Atlantle Madl n le S Epr..a.. Fr*.gs!t 11 .:t1. iii HallfWay lVre.-Iirt Official Directory. sT ti .. Meeri.f Ji . I It:,- ... 14..zorla &ir.tary rot 1tatr 1. 1:"m at. H "lean eat.. Tr."a.ur'-i F g klt. It-b1tinx ýae Autat.,. ni, wi I. t ".k. Haklena StI Eiii,-ral It.....

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. — 21 April 1894

'THE DAILY JOURNAL lILRs cmr , MONTANA. Every kvealag Eacept Sunday. Terms of Swbeeriptioa. t MAIL, IT ADVAUC, pTAoO PAID. L .uitioa, one year.. .. StO.t....... .r Edition six months .......... . a' ti on, one mnmt .................. I. TO C'ITY atrsc5IIAs. OL earrr. very yvenig, at Z cents per week. WaaLI EDITION. IELLOW PAPER. o tbe ....... .......................... i l3 ML th .................onth.......s . .. 2.0 Monuths ............. ..... 1.., Saturday, April . 1894. agessae by What Ha Heard. By some means a mother and danllrm mnaged to gain access to Paderewski's actunm. The mother was proud of her daughter, and the daughter had aspira tions. She desired Paderewski's opinior. ft her skill. Paderewski listened, or ap peared to, while the mother beat timt approvingly. At last. with a final crash. the Lirl rose from the stool, and til mother ftluied with pleasure. •'Tell me." she whisplred to the artist. "tell tme in confideuce-what do yt.,o think ,f her?" Amiably the artist ru...

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. — 21 April 1894

D 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. SQulityr, t~lt and everything that ,goes to, make a lian comfrtable in has bodily covering~. When yo,,u want a ,uit let us shouw Y',U "The Happy Home" Branas,. " Our new inme of STET.Oi iATS is ,.inc g well reccivedl . I1: 1 < ( 1 .1It I ion . .- I lfa;p l me I ' uit all w,,i ........ .. SIi oo i "t'taun flat. " n- ,, t;an:a .... . . . co a I I'air M~ lantirc.' $ u " ..h ,. c......... : . o i I l tai ( ost .... 17 O t .,x and! ~1 rt ,,m plt.t t. the ti - outfit SI SRECEPTION !Ianua st'ck 'Cck , S ir, are L ni ited M ecINTIRE Merc. Co. !. 4teO444444.**4444.644 THE DAIL1 JOURNAL WILEnS CIT. MONTANA. JOU.MIAL WEATHER REPORT. Temr p Wind Weather. * .,tiri jT. Sl E. mLd it cbr , ot º M. 0 47611 3 4part slowy A daubh befor a number means below seru. DILI LOCAL MAWIS. Malnmum temperature. 6. Mishalm temperature. 6. Mean otemperat...

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. — 21 April 1894

Righest of all in Leavening Power.-Lates U. S. Gov't Report AsLVTeLY.V PUlRE AN ANIMATED NEWSPAPER. Aa 0d . a R.eads the .Nows ad Tab It to His Csstomers. "Speaking of queer occupations," said * Fourth street merchant. "there is an eM fellow down town who makes agoodl lving reading the newspapers. Of course everybody reads the evening paper, but t to the rash of busines the morning pa- M 3sas may get lost m the shuffle. The old t pan gets out of bed at an early houtr ead gets a copy of each of 'the morning apes as early as they can be bought. 1 Bs then reads them exhaustively, and by the time business men get down town' he has thoroughly mastered all branches of the news ,t the day. He is well edu cated and brI~lht and lhas a keen percep tion. He thein ,tarts out, drolpping in on irst one ant then another o"f his sub scribers, f',r he lets his services by the week. justr ;- at newspaper. "He enter, a iank where e -ery.,tody is busy. He knows the likes and dilhk-es of every in,. ,,f ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 23 April 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE__JOURNAL._ VOLUME XII. NO. izs MILES CITY, MONTANA. MONDAY, APRIL 23, 894. PRICE FIVE CENT: POSTOFFICE REGVLATIONS. MAILS ('LOSE, ýI 41) ".) in. l~da'. rdin.aulay. :4~ sad Pridap ... .... 719 a. im. ton, o ay and rida.. .7Z c 00. ii.. ford special, Mondays and ay......... i4111p. ni. ooppesaýýIi) aS. In. ntl oarrival o.f .'astrrn awl, at orbefore .. ..... 7 410p.mi. 5 qorder ci.....r .... .4 510 p. in. opu-J en4* fri.., 12 to 1 p. in. 4 HAS. W. HnDL. P. M. Uorfrem Pacific tim. Table. LLKAY MiLL. i"ITt Goivo WenT. M.l. Pacific Mail ;tI p. in. N1l3spriin Frrig4, .. 11..u p. in. 14010 Na PreiI: 01 a. in. LSAVS MIL) IiTlbli (1,14+e+T. No. I Ataat.c Mall I l +,. m Mý 5 Esp~r. r. aht 1 :ai p. in. flhuMfNayrnFr..i~hi t; Official Directory. nT.lTft. omirfnr. J. F. Hirar~to . flf..zea. 9rmntorr of(o~ w .1 . I. Hatman~rl. It ens." Uwtryd S Itaic. . H.t a tt, Iiia Sl rraonr.r' F. W. Wright. f.Iena w ietiral Ilinuri J. Haskell. .'Iena A uiia J.~r." F:r- 14.4 .r.ok U. Hllena Pulo...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 23 April 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL MILES CITY, mOxTANA. Every Evemiag Except suaday. Terms of SBbecription. 3! NAIL, I ADTAMiCU. POSTAGE PAID. a dition, one year............ $10.1 0 Edition, six months ........ to Edition, one month ..........1..1 TO cIT* scsauaIBERs. Senrrier, every evening, at 25 cents per week. WELT EDITIOS. YULWW PAPER. Moths .............................. & Months ......... .................2.~ Monday. April 21. 1891. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Hoti. A. .1. Balfour has taken to hic' clng as a means of physical relaxation. Miss Emma C. Whitney is recordin clerk in the Ohio house of representa tives. Although the parents of Mme. Eaun Story are Americans, the prima don i.. was born in China. Mrs. Tunis G. Bergin, one of Brook lyn'- Four Hundred. is actively interest ed in women's clubs. Mitse Anna Gould is engaged to Wil liam H. Harriman, who made a fortun in Wall street. He is about 33 years ! age. Mrs. William Howard Hart of Trio. N. Y.. is to ere, ta fine building for tL Youbg Men's ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 23 April 1894

A HAPPY IDEA Provokes Smiles. "HAPPY HOME" Brings to mind cozy corners, inviting firesides, and all that. T~ wearers of men s apparel it means more it mean., *t710, 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" 1 Our new line of STETmIS IATS is being well received. a ll w o 1 I.. .e 1. . .S I all wonl..........II Go t stetson flat, 1)sn tanas .... ........ - 0 i Pair Mclrntire'. $2 : 3 ,h t............ 2 o Total Ct. .. L1; 00 pox and shirt < iIpltes the 4 outfit RECEPTIOg ''rminn stock week Y "u are all intited McINTIRE Merc. Co. THE IAILt .JOiRNALit MILES CITY. MONTANA. d JOURNAL WEATEER KEPOs?. b d Be JTemp.j Wind Weather.' P A dash betfor a number mess below ero. DAILT LOCAL M":.. maximum temperature. :5 Minimum temperature. S0. Mesa temperature, S. Poeempitatios in last H heors. As w H. H. MOTNTON. U Observer. WEATHER FO)SCAST. WA*Wemto,. April M. To obeserer. Miles Cite, Moataae: Montana-Lora...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 23 April 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Ltuwt U. S. Gov't Report - I~wer' As*@LUTEI.V thUP SW STAGE GLINTS. " W. L. Buchanan has made a hit to th leading heavy character in "Joshua Sempkins." Cbarless . Reed of Walhalla, S. C., has eapleted a one act comedy in wres eiled "The Miser." Aperformanceof Bjornsoa'splay,"The auntlet," has just been given at the London Royalty theater. "Dorothy's Tramp" has been added re giatly to the sum of dramatic literature. ft is by Emily Brown Powell of Alame as, Cal. "Hearts and Pedigrees" isa new come dy by Margaret Cusly. "Our Disinter ested Friend" is a new one act piece by Courtenay Bayler. Willard Spenser's new opera. "Prin sam Bonnie." will have its first perform ance at the Chestnut Street theater. Phil adelphia, in March. The London Stage states that Irving on his arrival from America may revive "Othello." in which event he will play ligo and Wilson Barrett the Moor. Thenert novelty promised by the mem bers of the London Inds endent theater in an ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 24 April 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. p * MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS (LOBE. S * .t10 p m. SpaOlMndes. *'dnt~ae sda dM sondays. W .dnee 7 Sa e. m. des en p. m. madis S t d a rryas .as e :15 a.nm . To~oe Nadysend IMonday.. to p..zn lass . al . M . nd LE" MIE :l aTY m.M Wn oo alTial sit M te sa ma Ol. etur r..r.. . 10p.a. As esay order ci... . . . 4 ( Si. in. cl ...1 . cA.. W. Hayo.. P. M. Uenhker. Pacific Time Table. LSAV5 MILKa IT? 0i1iT. WKS?. N4o I. Pacific Jal l 11t p. an.. SS3Fr:pr.. aFrright ... INeis AI t.. No SW'ay Pr..auIi i a. . L.AVIa MILcia Itt ITIiN~O 5)5T. HINT Ih Nenhe of i'~nr..s.n"ah .4 :c. HtiIn H'. ma Officialv Al-recutory.H-a arstary of Stat.. kL. Ritwait. If -lona Stati Tr.esun.r . W. Wright. Hel-ia Stri.. Andar r Ai.iw II.,k. H-Iena Atty feineral Ilia.i. Hai..ll. HiHlnnna 9t PbIna F: t. i*.".r.-. H-li-iue e 53w. "Jut e. N". 1. I'.nltsrt.,i. IlI.s."a s tct E ii N. rarw..i kllitng JAes~Aee Ju hr" ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 24 April 1894

'HE DAILY JOURNAL su.m CI?!, NWearAN4. ery s.eaasm Basepst saear. Teres, of 8ubseriptios. 35 MAn., 3 ADTAoCun. aseTA3 PAID. fle, oe yea? ............iNJO e dto.six mouths ... ....... GAu. R sen.oe eaoeth .......... A to careeCaIusesa. s waier. every evening. at B cents per week. WEEL a ,DluO. TALLW CAPES. Tuesday, April 21. 1894. S STOUTNEtSS AND DIETING. Whaie mi New to at and Dritk to Attain Summees. The hygienic craze has permeated society to quite an incredible extent It has become almost a point of hon 4r with us all to be alim. I havr' thought the whole matter out, ant aring watched the various patient of the two great doctors who hay made corpulence their special stud I have come to the conclusion tha: you must in this case, as in all oth ers. make your choice between two evils. It is a question now of face or figure. That the very stoutest people en: decrease their size by fohowing strict dieteticrules cannot be doubted. situ a duke has lo.t 17 inches of girti and a lady los...

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

A HAPPY IDEA Provokes Smilesf "HAPPY HOME" Brings to mind cozy corners, inviting firesides, and a!l that. To wearers of ments apparel it means more it mean., < unality, st7le, and everything that go., to make a man comfortable in his bodily covering,. When you want a quit let us shuw you The Happy Home" ()ur tew iin. of STETSON EATS li being well received. )<F. 1!il I111 t\rri S Ilap y IIorc ' urt all w............ .. ir o t 'tctý.n flat. "\J n tans ..... . . . o a .u l ti '. .2 ,, Total ( . st... St; ou or and shirt tip. < t; the 4 outtit t RECEPTION d n rt'.' '.i onu arc alp mn.itc. I McINTIRE Merc. Co THE DAIL1 .iu'IRNALI, UILDM (ITS. NHaTAMA. JOVRNAL WRATH3K MKPOst. Iý m Te ts i Weather. m d p 75 o frea.muiat~ 3lth 5u$W. y4l.,udp A dash before a number meaas below sern. DAIL? LOCAL MSAN. Sailmam temperature. 7u Mxitemm 6mpepstar". 47. Masm emnrature. Mi. Pugip atlas in ltast 4 liture. .t 44. k NOWTON. Obtmrver. WEATHIR FOR' AllT. WAsarerToN, Aprint . To observer. Miles ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 24 April 1894

Highest of all is 1.veming Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report A*@uUE. PU CHINESE TALES AND TRAITS. Me Treubi. I. Distributing Superuaturil Gifts All Tbheeg Sb. Family. The similarity in motive and gen eral form consistent with the moss, unexpected variations in detail that characterizes all folklore is exempli led anew in Chinese stories. A not uonommon 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. with .ut harming it. The Russian tale in which figure certain heroes who, for the sake of descriptive brevity. may be called Longbody, Broadbody and Keeneyc 3 uT T~i~t~ce oa t.: s'ri11 skill. Now. the very f rst of the tales is a reminder of those mention ed. But the climax of a European folk tale is most frequently some love affair. This i...

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. — 25 April 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. .q MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25. 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS ('LOSE. ro ... .. ... .. ... .. .. R (0 . m . I M. e ondasy. Wednsi.day 7: 3 a. . Frid Wday .D. P.7:U a.n. Te1.PaeRivr, Monday. We nrs p . tWltnS aEuday. and Fridays.. 7:3!p in Mo. 2tntial I day. and rI Fridays......... ... ... 5 A/p. m. ee .tan on arrival of eatern mail, at or before .7Mp. in. Ma ae ys o r .mea . 4w p . m . O yael st* afrom 1 to AlI. M. ('MAO. W. S~avog. P. II. lerthers Pacific Time Table. iatt mt ua cmt oot. o N . w a.:. ler . Paific Mail. Kt:t p.in. No 14 Ezpreaa YiIk. f. r.....I Nomis. Way Frri'ilt ) l'a. i,. LEA.a alLani itv ooId, £ArT. No.2 Atlantic Mail ... No MI 4 ap. m Sors. Way Freight %:: a. i. Official Directory. ST %TE. Member iof (.,mor.a. .4 . S. Hartman, lt.z.'iana over.or . J. E. Rickardl.. lli"oa Lseut.4jv Al.. 14.1k,.. l4..lena Seretary .f Setate . i.,twiti. H -lena atsiTre~asureLr F. W. Wright. H'leia Eae Audi...

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. — 25 April 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL msLs CIT, MONTANA. Dvery swiams ussept seaday. Tersas of Subecription. 3 m.i. IS ADVAUCS. ?oTAG PAID. E Ditio, one rear S...........iO.We 1ditIoa mu months .... iin n ans... ......... O f eaurier, evry evening, at 2 sent per week. WoLI aDrrmou. TLnow CAP3s. Wednesday, April .5, 18N4. * AN ENGLISH HOSPITAL NURSL .b Werks Terribly IHard-Not Allowed to sit Down I. a Ward. The sentimentalist idea of a nurse's occupation as consisting mainly in the gentle smoothing of pillows it: now generally disabused. The work of nursing proper demands muscle. pluck. endurance. deftness and sym pathy. but does not in itself involv. eny seriou. -trmin to healthy an/: SapIttle women. The word nur in: has c.mle ti Je a synonymous ter. with overwork. because the hours o, contiitfiuus duty by night and day are very long and also on account at the amount of cleaning work-rwi p inig. dusting and po lishing-win 1. supplements attention to the patient.. The intensity of work varies greiit ly ...

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. — 25 April 1894

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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. — 25 April 1894

Mib.~ ef all as Leaveing Paws.-Latest U.S& Gov't Report Baking ýýOeYPauder STOUTNESS AND DIETING. .Wha ed aUw so ,.e sad Dasak . Awems. The hygienic crase has permeated soieaty to quite an incredible extent. It hae becou e almost a point of hon we with as all to be slim. I have Bought the whole matter out, and having watched the various patients of the two great doctors who have made corpulence their special study I have come to the conclusion that yeu must in this case, as in all oth ere. make your choice between two vile. It is a question now of face or figure. That the very stoutest people can decrease their size by fohowing strict dietetic rules cannot be doubted. since a duke has loot 17 inches of girth sad a lady lost two or three stones in weight in two or three months.. But I am sure of cue thing-I am sure it ages the patient. and I would recom mend any comely lady of mnddle at and fair proportions to leave the cur. alone. It is only young people just beginning to grow s...

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