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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 26 April 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. J4 )2, MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, APRIL A6, 14. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULTIONS. MAILS ('LOSE. Lutr* 6~)3. m. trs...... . . 6u . n p. M. Mday.. andrd .. 7,, 1. m. T..ý e sler, Ibo~y.." Wedue. .sr d Ftrrh~r·............ ..... 710 a. m now' attar a ..... ......... ... t500p.ma. oodYd y· . nd Fridys "_ 7 ) p.m. laebo Seca. Mondays and 5:15 . m. oa rrival ofI easten a ull. r* ~nrsi750p.m.. U411, at r tfo . ... .7:0p. m.. 5 bassor dl.s.... 4 )p.m. h clos pen efromm I2t, 3 . in. tunAG. W. sgias. P. M. *enther Pacific Time Table. LUAW3· U3LUa ITt Gao IWU nT. LEAVE MILLm 'an 0)11 ia1a?. S. 1. P2aaae Mail. . . 3a. in. Ito )A Empress Fr..alaat 13 p). aT, Nao S Way reiht .. . taa m. LEAVE YiLYs (ITT 0',1111) C ..T hHn. 2 Atlantc Mil :' A.to No Sf Epres Frigh !11:s)p. N. S{ Way Freight. :IS a. in.. Official Directory. STATE. Marmbrr ad iaantraa .4 . S. Hartmana. Hatgmral, Soheraar . J. E. kaakardaº. Helaea Lian a,. .* Al. ll.,tka.a, Helnaa bIr...

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. — 26 April 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL MILES CIT. MONTANA. Every EveaIsIg Eempt dapy. S erms of Sub.cription. MAL., IS ADTAXC. PSTAOe PAID. dition. oneo year .....................$10.0 dii it n. si m uths .......... ....... & ei tion, one month .................. L.i TO CITY s.rssc.flt'Z. Sorrier. erery evening. at 25 cents per week. WUIL EBDITION. TILLOW PAPER. Yo lear ........ .............. ... ......... ( A M onths ................ . . . . . . .......... ruMooth. ....h..................... l Thursday, April _t;. 1894. MYMPATHETIC CONMMENtITIE*. The events of the past twenty.fou hours in connection with the Montana division of Coxey's army will serve tF bring this state into greater prominencl than anu other commonwealth that ha been atflicted with the presence or pa: sage of a body of these involuntary nc made. That the forward movement tF Washington has received its tirst repule within the borders of Montana is a mat ter for the citizens of this state to cor gratulate themselves on, even thorsg...

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. — 26 April 1894

A HAPPY IDEA Provok. Smiles. "HAPPY HOME" Brings to mind cozy c(rncr. , inviting firesides, and all that. To 'wearers of mens apparel it means more it means, i1t, Style, and everything that goes to , make a man comfortable in his bodily coverings. When you want ai suit let us showt y(ou "The Happy Home" MBa acLt Our lea' line of STETSON IATS is hceing well received. i I lalpy II , iei" wit all wo!,,I ...... 51 .. I oo0 I stetson Ilat, M ,n tan:a ... ......... 00c I lair liclntirc' 2 ., rl , .,;.. .... ..... 1 ;" Tota! ('t.. 0 ,ox and .lihnt , ,mol, t. the outfit. RECEPTION orin, .tc.k c,.k. k. Snnu . i , it,! SMcINTIRE Merc. Co. THE IAIL1 .101RH NAL ILENL CITr. MONTANA. JOCKUNAL WEATHER REPOMT. Ia. - T,..i -,u,,l ! Weathr. SN lo , 5 II4 Ir.Iad A dash befo a a.umer ean.e rbl.w an.. DAI t WCAL UBANM. Maximum t.mprtat.r.. b Mialnam temperatrnr. 44. Mea . temperature. s. Pr.eiitation. i last 3A hbur., .tIr H. K. ROYNTON, Obserer. WEATHER FOREC AST. Wn.a.saoro. April M. To observer. Nil....

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. — 26 April 1894

Hihest o all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S Gov't Report AmOeePowderr As*@WTKE.V PUP. AN ENGLISH HOSPITAL NURSL be Works Terribly MEard-Pot Allowed Io iSt Dewn le a Ward. The sentimentalist idea of a nurse'. I occupation as consisting mainly in the gentle smoothing of pillows is now generally disabused. The work cd nursing proper demands muscle. pluck. endurance, deftness and synm pathy, but does not in itself involve ay serious strain to healthy and capable women. The word nursing has come to be a synonymous term with overvyork. because the hours ,of continuous duty by night and day are very long and also on account (f theanmount of (leaning work-sweep ing. dusting and Idlishing-whi, i, supplement- attention to the latient. The intensity of work varies great ly in different ho;spitals and dep*al much nl1 ,n whether they are situated in busy and ten1sely lp,lplate*l s'e: ters or in quiet prl)vuicial town Things adjust themselves. however. with such nice economy thhat. thliugh other...

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. — 27 April 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. . . .. . . . . _ - - VOLUME XII. NO. r 3. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS Matnrrrer arnla i* - POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS ('LOSE. . , . l p im. Bpearb` Monday.. Wednesdays n _and Friday .. .. . 7: . a. m. Thague Rier. UMonlay.. Wedne da and. Friday ... . m al . m. lSatud .a. 2ID p. M. lta Monday. and Friday ... 7 "I. p.. ubftore ipeal. Monday and riday. ............ ................ 10.o p n. A MIeon a rrival of aEtr T. rmail. amt .e.f re . 7 i p. in. Sorder clnr. i on.-. r y el .in e . . " ' M . si-OBce oup fr.omI; It t1,.lp m. e . in. ('HAS. W. SIvDL P. M. Nonhrn Pacific Time Tble. LEAVla iMLA( IT 11 Oitno WnT. Ml 1. Paeile Mad tL::lg ,.m. ?4o 53 Kaxpre. F'riaaht ... II p:ft1,. m. W. 56 Wr Pre" I, !.) a. m. LEAIE MI.LLn € ITt tnNIo E4tT. o. 2 Atlantia Mail NO l W ay Freot, I:1 a. i. Official Directory. MT.%TE. Member of 1ingrre.. 4 . t. arrtvm~n. H4,rma., .aoerir J. J. Rickardss. Hli.na et-,4v Al.'. Htkin. Hrl*ua eary of ta...

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. — 27 April 1894

"t'HE DAILY JOURNAL 3sj ersW, 3EArrAA., - sItwe" *..St rac ipt saum . a Terma of Sabeription. a 33 33., i ADYAwOs~ POwAea e PAID.. 0 Slatm, one mont h.................. . TO CPI Sd.nu S. *i3 3, every eenia. at a Bents per week. waa.rLT aDwIO. rat.LoW APsrt. ............................. ..... 'UU h Friday, April 27. 1894. T 2k. Me"t Tableeluo. isb all very well to use the best a rlor. the best furniture, the best d hina (even if you do not mind hayv I it broken), for the home folks. t but prudence will suggest that you d draw the line at the best tablecloth. s No matter if your "best" is poor d enough as to quality, and but little better. if any. than that in daily t use, you may still keep it free fromn itains and always ready for stat. occasnions by only using it on such o" casions. During many. many year of housekeeping I have never foundi it anything but a trigedy when the best cloth and napkins must be re placed. But even where the hour, keeping funds are limited it is p .ni bl...

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. — 27 April 1894

A HAPPY IDEA Provokes Smiles. "HAPPY HOME" Brings to mind cozy corners. inviting firesides, and all that. To weCarer.s of men's apparel it mean, more it means. QualtTy, Style, Prioe,.-+- • and evcrything that goes to, i make a man cmf,,rtabl, in his bodily c'ovetng. When you cant a suit let I us show yVu "The Happy Home" Brsacl. Our newa lint of STETSON IATS is be..ing well rcceived. kEl 11'11 I VI I.. 1 Ilally Ime n i tt all wual ........... Sr I I týt ts., Ii t. "'M , tlina+ ............. ( t, .ln ............. 2 0 T' tal (,st... .S , o \-x ald .mhl liir ,.,llit' the outfit. RECEPTION ,l!,,r.,: k , , i .c k . UYou a;re ll InI\ito . . McINlTIRE Merc. Co. I L..me ** . +***.+. .*e Kl,, THE I) AIL J OURNAL MILEMI 4ITT. MN9oTA A. In, ar JOL'KWAI. WIATHOLR IMPOT. R T flanm, Te t . ý, ',d II W ather. oth Al ps f i -IS.. t'L~wd a l~b*ar..m ·m Wrllwr Z7thP as~ S. alnalm 4tar A daub before a number msca. below suo w DAILY LCA& $U3A·. B alrnunes tarnpatu. 74. h Isutcrc~pa ·ppratnr. . t P...

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. — 27 April 1894

Highest of al i Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report YIseuw~uT PesR PERSONAL GOSSIP. Hon. A. J. Balfour has taken to bicy cling as a means of physical relaxation. Miss Emma C. Whitney is recording clerk in the Ohio house of representa tives. Although the parents of Mmine. Eame Story are Americans, the prima donna was born in China. Mrs. Tunis G. Bergin. one of Brook lyn'- F. ur Hundred, is actively intere-t ed in w 'mea's clubs. Miss Anna Gould is engaged to Wil hIam H. Harriman, who made ., f.ortuni in Wall street. He is about ' i years of age. Mrs. Will:.m HowarI Hart of Tr, . N. V.. is to erect a fine buil :ng for ti,,, Young Men's Christian a ~ .iatton .f, that city Axnold Morley. the Eh:l hsh postm.i- ter general. is extremel' fond of hi liards and handles the c, e with con.-ll erable dexterity. Mrs. John Ra, Rae id.. f hie arctic explorer. has presents her hnohand's collection of arctic cur ,s to the Univer sity of Edinburgh. Mrs. Kendal's ode' Elwin Booth has stirred up...

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. — 28 April 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. ý4 Q MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILI ('LO8E. ..~.......................... ......... .. . 1' r . m. , Mondayr. Wt.dnd..pays a ..r.day . .... . :1Oa. m. lpcial. Yoodays and ,:l0p. m. cinl v arrival of eaatrrn I SI a. n. l att o b e .. ... ..... 7I0 p. m. r er et ...e . 4l SJ p.m. cle . . . . . e I,. im. open from I2 to I . m. (roAS. W. BSKD, P. M. Ilertra Pacific Time Table. L3ATI IIL"U CITY (oG.gI We"T. Me I. Pacif Mail. t.p n. N r. 1 rr F4riht l,+ .* . .. n,. LAITE MILLM If ITt coi LtT. o. 2 Atlantic Mail I :" t. I No .l Iaipre.s PrKI.t II I3 1. u,. NO M Wat Fr..rbt iutht, .: . Official Directory. 4TITE lberofl. tI (otsrew .t . !i. Hnrtrne. hilrl.an J.dj teT" J. E. kiuekar,.. H,.lna ut4nbgr Ale! H..Ikll. Hrlraa e ry of Stat.. L. krt...tl.. H IIea a. Trnaurr I. W '.Wright. hrl-.s Audicltor Audrey wf"11 '.,. Helnak S(era H-nri J. Ikll. H.l" .ia PRbE..A.%.1-r. H,.lPeua ( Justie. '. V...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 28 April 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL awrss Cr. UI0oN'4w A. Verm Evemnlag seept namdy. Terms of S.a-er.ptio,. 3 MA.L, IN ADVANUC. OOT1IE PAID. Edition, one year ............. IO. 0 idition. oil months .6..... ..... 6.1 Edition, one month .................. 1.o TO CITE flUmClt33Bn. aWrrier. every evenin,. at 211 cents per week. WKL EDITOWN. TELLOW APKER. l Tear .... .... ............... ....... ... B .u I M n th ... .. .......................... 2.I t, M onths ................ ............... 1.1 , Saturday. Aprl $'. 1894. The leiaa'. I lea If Rtslness. One of our lahits. i nalle to go t) town as destred ion a certain 8atur day afternoon. tdecided to ask the II. than boy whll drove the herdic to (I some e'rrand.t for her. She wiro. two not.4t. ole t", tilthe drl'suliker till I the other to the gr.'ower. But on s - injg a idrivtIr nI\W at the lIuintess I duty. ;.d fd i!ri:,n that h"e 'couhl 1 iL.tld 1th Il.:'- in tiwn. sthe tore the t; : t, th, iL'ro'eri. a s tl.thoul. and gave thel Indian I, y the othe'...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 28 April 1894

A HAPPY IDEA Provokes Smilcs. "HAPPY HOME" Brings to mind cozy corners. inviting firesides, and all that. To \ uarcr. of men s apparel it mnean, more it 4 mean.s, lait, mtyle, and cvwrythini that i c, to make a man ,n tirtabhl in his lodly icov.vi , .. w hen , iio % nt .1 -uit ILi us show you "The Happy Home"+ Braranc. )iur ne,, !,i,, ,f STETSON H IATS s li, n , i -. r'.cel. . L NH \lll f \i ,': all ,, ... .. .. . . . l O I t 1 i :! 1, . RECEPTION M ecINTIRE Merc. Co THE IPAIIA1 .IOI"RNA ItLE* CITY. M64ITAN.%. r Jiot'KS.\1" V. E ill it K :1'a)KT ýtin~"IT.nr V~-1i 'rlt r . :7th · " 9 I r:"1: W. ir . 27th' " -i\' .51 A aslh hrlw.r." " .un,,,Ir Ii .. Ie trry.. aiIL tent.. ..,'Ar. Maaximu tcml..r./tur."l 0 , Minimoum tmn·i·ril tlr.· :1. Cean itempantlrr W II It. Olsen ..r. t N. .. . Ii. a . .I C .· I.1 e! l. tri1m: I.. \.". l\. i{. I i· U LOCAL ITEMS. J. Hi. Pike ojf St. Paul is IIi the rity. Jamie Gallagher is here frim Bostun. J. P. Frey is in the city from Boston. Lmp's celebrated ta...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 28 April 1894

Hiaghest of all in Leaveming Power.-Latest U. S Gov't Report ýRoYýRT rn Amasb@Wrac PUP. HAVING THE NOSE BURNED OUT. The Duetmrs Call It Rhltemsnial but Deu's Always Reee.Omend It. Rb mania is the medical name' of a new craze the doctors are tell ing about. If a man can't breathe easily. or if his nasal functions refuse to do the work allotted by nature. the proper thing to do is to have thel nose burned out. The people whil want this done to their olfactorie" are known to the profession as rhino maniacs. ()ne of the first notal',. instantce of rhinomania wa "Pa' Corbinm. a famous .ale oarsman and football pla}y"i. who a few years ag,. being unable to breathe easily whil in the boat. -ubmnittedl to an ope.ra tiou uponl hi,. nose The operatn,1, was l.trfi,nlll by a prominent u1, town physician, but instead of eai terizing or hurning out the nu i lIlrt of the h.tne was cut out. andt a lar'ter aperture fir breathing was the re sult .,, wadayi the same result is oh tainedl by burning awa...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 30 April 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE__JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. *. 5 MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, APRIL 30, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MNULS ' LOSE. ,hti.. . . ..:.. 4S p.m. Ipe~aiab. NMouda>.. Wedneedays a Friday. . 7::1na.m. Tuague River. Moindays. Wtmdnra dpe macd Fridays... . . 7:0 a. m. Saturdandys ) . 2 dO Ii. mn. Maondal and Fridayr.. 7:0 p. m. riaya ......... ... ttO p. ni. O nee i arrival of eastern mgl. at ebrf..r,...... .1 . . y trvirderrla.a," 4..40 tp. a. close. .. hl1p. a. ia- le open from 12 tolI p. m I HAS. W. Saeo. P. M. Ierthera Pacific Time Table. L3AV MELS ('IT? WHGi~t WKIT. Meo. Pacific Mail tl .tp. m. Me to aprsaa Frriglit . .. l .:t1 p. m. so 16 Way Freight l",+ua. am. LEAVE NILe iiT7 t uoii ItaT. No. lAtlantic Mada . ' 4 . ian. An R ay FreiaghtY Official Directory. NT %TE. Meuilsr of 1 outire.. .t'. o.. Hartman Herrmnan 4jnvecm..r . . J. E. ltirkardl. . HeI..na ieut 4 r AlJ. ltHigA s ti ll. alen tereart' .f htat. L. j4..twitwtt . ftisaa St1 Trea.ur r F. W. W...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 30 April 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL AILES CITY. MONTANA. Every Evealag Eseept Sunday. Terma of Subecription. 31 MAIL, IN ADVANCE. ?qMTAOS PAID. Miad Edition. one year. ...............100 I Edition. six months .. ... ... 6.41 Edition. on' mn th............ 1.u To CITY uaca*Cuaca. to .arrier. every evening. at 2l ents per week W335LY EDITION. YELLOW PAPER. U11ontbit.. .... lii' Mo:day. April 2.1 i18. THE Glendive Independent is of the opinion that the political battle this fall in Montana will be between the repub. iicans and populists. with the demnocrats a numericall% small and not to be con sidered element. As the Independent has teen It.th democratic and populistic in the recent past. It is perhaps compe tent to prejudge the situation. S, itn the state aid the unemnpiyed The ta. sharrt articles 1o I r. ('it and Mr. Means take up this sniject thu oughti'. The discussion bears n the whole Ia ge subject of what constitutes socialism; where the state's help mIa' begin. if it begin at all and where it m...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 30 April 1894

* - 2 IDI A HAPPY IDEA Provokes Smiles "HAPPY HOME" Brings to minI cozy cornert invitin. tireni eo. anm all that. To w iarer. of men's apparelI it fiilodit i nuCr it mean., Qaulity, mst7o, z and cleryth ii thiit 'itt to make i hian ,-initnrtiable ini his bodlily" ruemein - W ihen viii w'ant .a -it Ilt us .how you "The Happy Home" ranaRrd. 4 ir nest 'Un ~t STETSON ! EATS beit i ll rc .d kle, 10111 I li \, I "Haijupy 1. t all , . ... . I I 0C 1 M'etqt ,i I 1 . \ ,'1I out tit RECEPTION '. McINTIRE Merc. Co. THE PAIL.A .I4UUNAL MILFMr rtin. 14b%TA'4A. JnRn% a1. WIt.ArHFIºu RCEPORT. I * - V"tu . .. W Wel atber. >1L 6 l .1 4. -- I. ar 9t . I ta t l ' Ilar A deal. befo.re ., un~h. renu. ftr... ,w z..ro. tAttrVW LCAL ME4%t.. Maximumtntm. ralraur', 044 Minimumr tem...r.nr.. - I. Mean I.emtgnratur...'.1. Prerri4.OaS,'I. a, In., :4 4...,,r. .r. HI. I. HO14'.NT4IN. WI, Ii %711 :I 11 I Ft)H %,T 14\-rasher ...a. 1 .rn .4. J a.Iw.rr . f..f IA. a.. ll.u ur.ai Y uta~4 a 1n,1 r r t-rtn pr A. i-M. ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 30 April 1894

TIIE DAILY Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report KIL35 CITY ASSOLUTELY pURE The Iudiama I lea if Wiesl.eae. One of our ladies. unable to go to town as desired on a certain Satur day afternoon, decided to ask the In dian boy who drove the herdic to do some errands for her. She wrote two notes. one to the dressmaker awl the other to the grocer. But on se- ing a driver new at the business on duty. and fearing that he could not and both places in town. she tore up the note to the grocer, as she thought. and gave the Indian boy the other. telling him to go to Miss - , the dressmaker. with it. The boy. who was able to read, saw that the note he held was for the grocer. so to the grocer he went and got the articles wanted. On his return to the lady she was much surprised to see macaroni antI cheese instead of the dress she I.h 1 sent for iand ask~d the boy how h"" got them without unPniey. "Oh, replied the hioy. I charge "But I have uo account there. maid the lady. "Well. 1 'hiarte 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. — 1 May 1894

_THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL._ VOLUME XII. NO. 196. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, MAY z, t894. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS( ('LOSE. No~a.. . ItK. in. Ipeairabh id). W..dnr...a). nd Friday..y. am Tonsue River. Mondlay,.. Witin.. dat and Frida . IfSaturdaya ) ani. . . iN) p. m.n flaliord Monay. an riday. .)I.m Blatotord pecil. Moday. and Fridays .......... .. 4S p. in. OI~ce alar on arrival of ratr al torbon.....t..... 7.)p n Mosaey order cloten . . t(5)p. in. M .Oieopyes..en from 12 . , It p. n 0 .m ('a AN. W. Sat D. P. N. Northern Pacific Time Table. L19A1a MiLSO CITY tti'1N4 'At,?. No 1. Pacific II.lail .2:, . No 5.3 Eapre.. IFr.,wht ... ii..t p. m No 55 Way Fr.',ght f .: LKA%-K GILL. (ITIt (.,,I.,. L \,T. )No. CAtlan~tic Mail n No 54 Wapr.. Freight >. I'. n. m. Official Directory. Neinhr of (,.ugr,... .1 ... ff4 r-., it.. IP.z...t,, Governor. J. E. liickr.I. Hlii,., LeuINitl oll" Hokin. H"I..., Sertart' u Stxt.. L }:.witt. H -faux. Stat Treanuri"r F.V.N iih. H"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. — 1 May 1894

"'YHE DAILY JOURNAL EIL *rrT, moIUwANA. II 3wery 3,&IEs maaese* Suday. fl tl Termu of SBbceription. 3T MAIL. IN ADTACEs. POOTAGE PAID. WahEdition, one year ............$0.10 t dbgplditon. sax months ..........Wt Uiition. one month.. th....... 1. TO CITY sCERaiE3E. c 1 earrier. every evening, at 25 cents per week. WEOaLT EDITION, TELLOW PAPER. Ole Year ........... .3..... .100 ....as Mo.ths 1.. ..o Tuesday. May 1. 18914. HE STOPPED THE TRAIN. t A ESliatioun That Was Inappreclated t. the Brakeman and icrited Passesters. The train had just pullel out Kenwoowud anl wa- making indxlerma heatlway toward Forty-third strei t when a young mitan pai.isg from unt car t4 an..tiier wa.- seten to hesitut for a inflfent on thi platform. I. iast it friihuttned loomk tthind hu . andt then In- :1mt hit up anid Ia hjain angnt flu utir Ior. H. gave at a iyank. The .isrx!u reaihe, the eliinler. who shut .. stean. threw ver Ii. reversing Iti. I anti applied the emetr len brak with .u."h fartm' that 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. — 1 May 1894

* - n ID. A HAPPY IDEA I I'rovokes Smiles.j "HAPPY HOME" Brings to mindl cozy cirnir% , int it ing fir.-idce and all that T" w,:t, r of mnlc ' applarcl it i eat-n t or, ;t Qua11ty, Itylo, Prtc, . and l cv n-rlth n. Ir. .:.,e t. ! ' mnak t- to 1n ,."'nt rtabbi n * "The Happy Home" i i'' n I ', STETSON HATS ' n t oni r, tiId 4 h I i s ", I r if I1~1.\ 1 : I 'It'p ' t in RECEPTION McINTIRE Merc. Co THIE JºAIIA .I0IIINAI. MIL- ( ITS. MtI'.TANA. .10I 1% %1. V. k..Sll f 1.1tt ItLI'SIIT. lo a t I n1 "".\ 1.7Ir"R !"I~ "r 1.\(' 1 *. NW .,1soc \ Miniema ,, Ii, I.f .'r . i.. t". Mean, tempr r..' .. '.! PrraItat?.' Ir. ..t .1 re, H. : I(IU NTON. )bwervtr. WIATHER I.ultEI .sT. W baHu.throe. Ma) 1. 0 .To chwervf-r. M11les rtty. Mrontana: M~ota,,a Partis cr.u.l) Warmr. ex rI c n'tIeATI ).RI'ar I' m..raturr it. ext2r~en..'N nsi1.. tl Kw.r.. 1.r pail. &IAIRRI MIT4I N. I It. ..f M.tV.at her Bureau. NoTa-The aho.re forea.t I. for : hours from Ca. m.. It. date LOCAL ITEMS. To-day as municapal elect...

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. — 1 May 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking R jowder AsseO TELV MPUE OLD LETTERS. Iat night some yellow letters fell From out a scrip I found by chasnee. Among them was the silent ghosts The spirit of my first ronmance. And in a faint blue envelope A withered rose long lost to dew Bore witness to the dashing days When love was large and wits were few. Teo, standing there all worn and gray. The teardrops quivered in my eyes. To think of yousa.'s unshaken front, The forehead lifted to the skies. How rough a hill my eager feet Flung backward when upon its creset I saw the flutter of the lace The wind awoke on Helen's breast! Mow thornlese Mere the roses then. When fresh young eyes and lips were kind. When cupid in our porches proved How true the tale that love is blind! But red and white and poverty Would onl} mante while shone the May. Then carnt a hag of golden crowns And Jnii:ied red and white away. Grow n oId and ni -gard of romance. I w tnce 1 t is at aught...

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