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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 8 May 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE_ JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 202. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, MAY 8. 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS -(LOSE. Mon :1D p m. ?1ýa. River, Mondays. des OdiSaturdays ... ... 2 M)p. in. toMondays and Fridays.. 7:30 p. in. X 5mSpecial, Mondays n G~sde.on arriv al of caatern K1 .m ... at orlbefore . 7 101p. n. a , order ....e ..:... . .. 4 / 0 p. in. eloe d~ sa . .. . fiA0p.n. Vs-Office open fronm 12 to 1 p. m. (t, NO. W. hnna, P. M. lNortern Pacific Time Table. LMAVU MILKS CITY @0O3Nh WRInT. No 1. Pacifi Mail..... 4;.M p,. L3A\-3 MiLLa (IT? O(I~iu CART. Ma. 2 Atlantic Mail -. I v a. in. no 54 lprrnnFreighlt .l l:Litp. in. NMa5 Way Freight V:1 1i a. an. Official Directory. STATE. Memaber of 4iingri"a. .4.5. H~armana. Riigvmao Governor . J. K. lt karIs. H.iiiia Lisut~l Ain" li.,tk~t. II i.uia mntary 'if Sttate L. k.itwiitt H -lean ate Treannrer . F. W. Wright. ililena Sto Anodat.r . Aritriw 11. ( uk. H--lr-aa My Eheneral Hu"nr J. llaiitell. Hel.ena tPub In...

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. — 8 May 1894

YHE DAILY JOURNAL NIL CITY. MONTANA. Every Swealug Knept gamuday. Terme of Sabecription. 31 MAL, im ADTAUC3L POeTA03 PAID. TO CrTY sc.e.s.esas. B earrier, every evening, at 2l cents per week. wUELT 301110. TALLOW PAPns. Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... a . L months .... . . ...... . . t.. 21. M onths .... .... . .. .. ... 1.ie Tuesday, May 8. 1894. A BRIGHT OtTLMIMK FOR WILVlER. The silver interest can bide its time, and it evidentl' has not tern long to *bitle either. The Inut.riathoral Con vent in of the Ii 'Metallir iLacue.which begun in lain.o *'t the .uit- inst.. is full of pro nise for the spet'dt restoration If etitur It a mnail natal auon.. the It-at ing nath r.a of the world. The report If the Ieeting sacs "Cherei were about -1i) deleieatea present at sthe ope1ning, .la; am.une whom were for ..ks .\danms :f anieii. :lass.: Mr. Hardenhurg. presi dent of the Bank of tie Netherlanis of Amsterdam: Henry C'rnusehi. of 'aris. p-esident of the French limietallic league; ...

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. — 8 May 1894

-S A HAPPY IDEA "HAPPY HOME" imrin;; to minal n corn.r tn iting tir 'ie . and all that. To r rarer, of man' ap par el it i nlotnt il int r it i It means.. Quaw.11ty, B'1t, style, Pr icer, ii. ti .i ii mtake .t man~tt r rtake,, :n "The Happy Home" 2rraxadc. r' I STETSON HATS 2 I n . . I tot- n iif t"I H~ i, : I f .ý. , tang .... I ir ............... t. In~tal test .... l pox and ý-hart , ~nit i tr, the ,!I outfit. RECEPTION lurng, tick %cek. You are all tni itol JAPANESE NAPKINS PEC'. }\I.!AL 1LE. ; 25c per Hundred. McINTIRE Merc. Co. hi THE I)AILX .U(I(INALI' MIL.AT tI. MONTANA. LOCAL ITEMS. C. Decker is in from the J 1 ranch. Building association meetingto night.* H. Ludwig of Chicago is a visitor in the city. Lemp a celebrated lager beer at Bul lard's. _ Wm Lawson arrived from Billings this morning. Louis King as expected home from the gold fields to-day. Chas. F. Hull of Omaha. Neb., is a visitor in the city. W. H. Strader arrived in the city last evening from St. Paul. J. R. Kin...

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. — 8 May 1894

Highest ofan Ia Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report AsRe WTELV PuP. OLD LETTERS. last might sume yellow letters fell Prom out a scrip I found by chansa. Among them was the silent ghos& The spirit of my first romance, And ia a faint blue envelupe A withered onie long lost to dew Bone witness to the dashing days When love was large and wits wets few. Tet anding there all worn and gray. The teardrops quivered in my eyes. Th think of youth's unshaken front. The forehead lifted to the skies. How rough a hill my eager feet Flung backward when upon its nrest I saw the flutter of the lace The wind awoke on Helen's breast! How thornieas were 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 ~hite and poverty Would .only mate while shone the May. Then catie a lag of golden crowns And jiricsil red and white awa). Grown ill Mud nmgard of riotance I wince nit much at aught askew. And often ask m...

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. — 9 May 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 2o3. MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 10p4. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE HEGINATIOUS. MAILS -CLOSE. Mondays, Wredneday60pin StFr Miondays. Wrilne. i d~ ridays. . ..... 7:111)a.m.. I1onJay and Fridays. 1p. m. ford Stirrial. Monidays and ~p n ats . .... .. ... w tIW p. in I aa~m no arrival of eastern til. t or before . ... 7 ADp. m. q orifrr e co.... . 4EV) p. in. ýýMt e s. . 2t0Ap. M. 1-Ocee open from~ S2 to. I p. in. E. S. DuKUAT. P. M. Uentbgra Pacific Time Table. LEATI M0.3* Cl?!T GºUl U wEBl. Ufr~r...PriuSt . S..Cp. in. LaAMP ILES Fright ih1l:r. p. T. Sfficialt Direct a.r,. f'Tt~h Saeru I a r ei J.+ . n Ofica Directory.,S.a rdoln J. E.- S&,kard, Helmna Srftaty of State L. IAtiwatt. St.Inns ru o olnesral H.1rt. Hartma l. Itrp~mia eaurr . .ditour In~triw Sl. li.y satl HnJ. e. sflama b Iris K. A. nit.urre ,rm~a Ijatac N". i. N. P Del-r,.. S nIia harero..-4 ri 51-nj W.inter. HSl.-iua Associate Juilie"i 1 K- N. Slara.V.... Hilling. V 0...

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 May 1894

YHE DAILY JOURNAL MINUS CIY". EOMAWAJ 3,0ry v ealag 3seept Suaday. Terms. of Babseriptoss. 13I. I A3VAU1CU POSTABS PAID. nI, n ear .................10.0 om. six auths ..... . b0) A earrier, eYery evening, at 2! cents per week. W LT SiItTON, TELLOW PAPA . Mouths. 29.(in Mýonths ..... . .... .. ... . 115) Wednesday. May 9. 1114. A NEW SENATORIAL IDE %. A Bozeman scribbler contributes a gossipy letter on Montana polities to the St. Paul Pioneer Press. in which the po litical status of this coinnonwealth is fairly rev eu-e . ant soeni possible results of th e imini.g campaign forecast. .1 morse: of news that is st.ol. because it is nei tF this etion at last. is that t4.. - ickards is an aspirant for the sei.'il place on the reput Jican national ticket of 1lE0. Whateter may Ist the truth of the matter. there would be no poittical inistit in the realization of this ambition. The gotern ur is a presiding officer who presides: he has to his credit the enforcement of the now famous *Reed rul...

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 May 1894

IDZ A HAPPY IDEA P'rolckc.s mile' $'HAPPY HOME" )rint;' to mind rcczy (crner , infltin; tf r iL . anid all that. "I * iuctr r of mnu ' apparel it II- ;iil nin re it mean,. Qu1ality, Fl~t, ' *tylo, and c"\rn thlrl tn . th ,t b h . . 1K .r. "The Happy Home" 1rrnacI. 'n STETSON HATS 1 . I I Nt I tII i 1.p' I titt~i I i.ur MI Int c 0 ( ýhotc .. ..... 2 00 Iotal ( t... 0 "c(x and huirt c mplctes the outfit. RECEPTION dur;; stock- week. 1 ou are all invited. 20,000 JAPANESE NAPKINS PIECIAL N.S1LE. 25c per Hundred. McINTIRE Merc. Co. xuateasemessassý4eseý:g THE I)AIt4l JIOURNAL MVLEF 'ICT>,. MONT4ANA. JOISRNAL Sri ATUMKK MEPOB?. ,M Tmp. R id Weather. 7th 4p I5 ... 5S?4W =~Threatrwitn Mtb +a~a) 21 1W.... l1t'kondy A dash before a number means below ter-. DAILI LEWAL VISAING. inasimum tempersturr. is Minlimum temperatune. N4. Yeas temperature. Sb Pvselpitatt..n in leM 14 MM. 0. HI. i. DiOYNTON. WEATHER Yt)RKEeAT. W&@.u ittou. May S. To observer. Miles City. Muatana: Montana-Vair: warm...

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 May 1894

Highe a( &H ain Leaveming Power.-Latex U. S. Gov't Report IW~iPowder ____Anb YLV PUR THI GIRL AND MER DOG. Ulm Uptedate Knew Jest Wbas it De woen sa. Wim. Cam. She came swinging down Connec Uent avenue with the fin de siecle akide, garb and air. Ambling se dately by her side was a huge, tawny mastiff. Her cheeks were aglow1 from the kiss of the air and the vig or of her movements. She looked well bred from crown to heel; she joked happy and bright and well groomed and healthy and was a daughter of wealth, for her plain gray suit was tailor made and to the initiated a costly raiment. Suddenly a fair sized bulldog dart-I ed out and sprang upon her mastiff. There was an angry growl as the mastiff was seized by the fore leg. and the girl sprang back, turned and made two steps, as if to run. Then she faced about and walked back to within a few feet of the lighting ani mals. The bulldog had secured a firm hold on the fore leg of the mas tif, who floundered about unable to break the ho...

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 May 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 204. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MAY 1o, x894. PRICE FIVE CENTS MANY QUIT WORK. The Striking Miners in Coal Regions Are Gaining Ground. All the Mea at tMe sttrip Pit Company'a Mimes Are Compelled to Quit Marshal. Cowed. Luic.t. 5. T.. May 8. The Williams Brothersa proprietors of the Strip Pit company. broke their promise to the striking miners. and commenced loading cosd. The men were at work today un der a guard of United States marshals when 1.0(0I men. beaded by about 5(E0 women, marched down upon them. The workmen and marshals. seeing that it was impossible to cope with such a force, offered to resistance, and the men quit work. The procession then left for Osal (at., where they intend to force all the Strip Pitters out. PmouLLIpnH i,. Pa.. May + Four hun dred miners marched to day from Phil. hipaborg to Woodland. where a coal mine was an operatlon. They persuaded the men to come out, and were assured by the operators that the mine wou...

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 May 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL uu.ue mr", inomwwa4 aveyrr 3svaIa Zaeept suaay. Terms of 8ubieriptios. cy .AIL. IN ADTAECU. VMTAGE PAID. Pia onh. .... EAtL lin -n month .......... i.tw To CITT acsWcal5msa. S eaurier, every evening, at iS cents per week. WMaiT aDITiON. TELLOW PAPE3. L Tear ................ ... SUit S Month s . ............. ... ... ..",ii ...t. .. . . . . .. 1.w Thumiday. May 10. 1894. Cannon'. Ti tNa n %on, 1'p. fRepresletativ'' l .(i1n aof Illy.:.. tells a good .tory on hiotelf it - wsminiscent of the. h..-. when Nt eat" Cox w.I. 1i it toiLr ss. The. \e York repri.intattvt' iclb had tni thiuis t t'a} .: ' ut aL t citizn of 3II Canit' n rti . stud th. IilinmU uiman Want, i t., ,1, i,":,t L. consltitu, lit. "Will t', .iuitleniuian fro i N. York Ii it ' ':s ."ld Mr. (tann..i. . Lrutinl . ...I Mr. I ". "F. 1 howt I. ii mql~ured t lilt A.- Con: a. the ;'iiutlemiian fra.iu Ilfluns till keep b Iu hands in ii, poeut=..' sal MIr. (. .x latuthungly. 31'rI iiiinoL uitelp! si th lie Ximi an...

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 May 1894

t Dý A HAPPY IDEA " HAPPY HOME" Bri ?- t . mi nl!, ~ lr ., th . t, applarl" it Pit .!n m ol rt" ý mean', Flt, il I stylo, " n I 'l I ,I nta l th n;.n : ., t! to "The Happy Home" i I, STETSON HATS I II "i" outf it RECEPTION ann k teA £ o,ooo JAPANESE NAPKINS P1ECI.\11 \1E.1: 25c per Hundred. j McINTIRE Merc. Co. THlE II.AIIA\ .OURNAL. M11.1: 1 IT'.. WE.NTASA. JOURiN41. WIr.ATHKK REPORIT. et'nhp6.Ul I.. MNW 1t4!O'lar A tashb. bf..n' a nnmbr r means h.'I,w ze'r.. IAhE.I LOJCAL NICAMi. Mazimnmu t:m..npratur.'. 48 Minimum t.mperatu."V Wean t.mpwratur.. :t'. Preeipttali..v in )art 24 Iv,11.* .nu W"ASratotuu. Maj It Toohamwvr. Maie. City. M..mtaaa: Mootata aaaar: warmer. N ~ ~ ffwete ova-The abov. fowee.et Is o It bo o Uh born 41. in.. its date LOCAL ITEMS. Wn. C. hdgsr ol mamhab lath. 6 Ut,. __ _ Lmpa~lmhhssrtsi lap. barn at 3.3 Euwy hi.. I t Geutmis ae glih Oi k mi aipue . w .s a-.&I . W%4 insbi * ut~d h.ks at30hb -aUP itw - 3ssu-I~h bmmbuld at . S. h.s-~a a~s.a..."o . -A urnS i.. ~u...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 10 May 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Lateht U. S. Gov't Report IW~IPowder ASSLVUi''LY minme FORMED LIKE A FISHHOOK. 3swrmeda. a Celleetieo of islands Lttle Kmews t. AmSer.e. The Bermuda islands produce something besides onions, the popu lor belief to the contrary notwith standing. Mr. Louis Bagg de agribed in a very interesting l rctare the islands and related their history. Bermuda ,pronounced Bermooda, not Bermewda) is 766 miles almost due southeast from New York and less than 700 miles due east from Hat eras. A steamer leaving New York Thursday afternoon reaches there on Sunday Bermuda, or the Bermuda bLeknds, for there are 365 of them, is In the form of a fishhook lying on ht bhck. The steamer sights the easternmost point at night and lies to until morning, when a pilot con ducts her to the anchorage There she waits until permission has been received from the governor for the laiding of her psasengers. The mag netic telegraph is not used, but a series of semiphores with yardarms. ...

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 May 1894

THE YELLOWSTONEJOURNAL._ VOLUME XII. NO. 205. MILES CITY, MONTANA. FRIDAY, MAY n,. 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS( LOBE. Isrn~~ ~ ~ .......t6n p. ci. Matab ondays, VI Et Ii. in. T Monday. Wednes-. 7 n s ad Friday/ . . . 7 1K0 apnm Sltwrdais.. . .. ... p. m. Mday. anl Fridtay. .. 7t pa m. Special. Monday. and ai~ya . . t 111 p. m A gaoppasýý .:1 M~a. in. aaoslnia on arrival of eatern mail. at or before . .... ... t i p. in. U ordec close. . M tfp. at. open frwmn 1 to I p. m. E. S. BaauA. P. mi lerther. Pacific Time Table. LEaIE MILE (ITT oOIT'. WsT. , 1. Pacifi Mail : p. p.m. LEAVE MILKS ('ITT OittiO MAWT. 2.Atlantai Mail . I4 a.om. I N. Way Freight ii p.a in. Official Directory. STATE. smber oft u'ngreas .' N. Hartmais. ltoE'.ian! L sbnor J. F. liarliard. Helena t~it.r Alex Nothu. Helena ryot SItale L. li.twtit. H~laoa I. Treasure"r F. W. Wrigiht. Hclena I Auditor tndrewi t. Cook. Helena y General Hi-nr. J. Ilackell. Helena f Jnstie.". W. Y. P'..mtcrt.,n. lh..l...

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 May 1894

Y1E DAILY JOURNAL ZL Cmr. no"AA" Term. of subsreasos. c r HAIL. 15 wAflYAN. PwTASE PAID. el. i= maeths ......... a sn., v es . .. . I To crrl suascuaians. Mr earter, every eveisag, at U seets per week. WKIML SDITIOW. ELWW PAPSU. Tear .. .. .... .. .. . .. . ... . LOG Neceiis .. . . . . . . .. . .. . . . .... Youathse ........ ....... 1 (III Friday. May 11. 1894. THE ELECTION. The municipal campaign may now be msid to be fairly launched. ant though the chosen standard beciers in the re spective wards will run a Quixotic tilt over an empty Bourse, a sober and care ful record of the event will he kept by seven 2itizens in each ward. live of whore will jutli.e of the quality of th1 running ant twa mark itan the result Though it woull le manifestly unfair in this paper. as a republican journal. to invest the event )f next MMonday with any partisan political tiavor. it is never theless worthy of note that both the candidates named ar- stout and loyal republicans. so that the party without...

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 May 1894

"D e" 4s A HAPPY IDEA "HAPPY HOME" }irins; to mni n ,l ~1; inte, mni tln_ tirt bn . .n : .d 4 that. aj)pareLI It ni .:n' fiilr( it 4 mean-. Quality, stylo, "The Happy Home" I3r: as ic . AT STETSON s HATS tIt 1 lIP r M, In: St... .tI CO outfit RECEPTION Iii t: -rtok ntck. Y w ! are .tel ::1 1"'tl 9o,ooo j1 JAPANESE NAPKINS ýAIEt 1.1L 1-\LE. 25c per Hundred. McINTIRE Merc. Co. MeaeM4+e... s~ THE IDAIIA JIOURNAL U11MEl (ITT. SIEI(TA NA. JOfl7KE1. WEATHE:R ItEPOIT. ItTerump. Wind Weather. Itt-p2t4 0 pS . . ( lu... c l e a A dash hefur.. a number mean. heirw zero. DAIL! LOCAL UNANS. NiUtloo tett~rnrrature. #U Minimuma teuhIrelatuC". 14, Mean temtperatur.r. 5a4. Prncajuatat..n t ant lai1 hourr. .00 HI. H. IIOYNTON. Observer. *'t VATHER VF)RIE'A'4T. WhmranuaovOh, May 11. Tuo oberver. Mile. City. )iontana: Moutaaa-Faia; enu~w. HARIANGTOM. Chief of Wea4sbe Dura.. Ues.-Ym above orefasut Is for U hoa,. barn Ga in.. it. data LOCAL ITEMS. 1. K. Drwin diBe. Arai loa yitu is r. is Cadir. .C biuwsm...

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 May 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report RPoder AsB@LVTELY PURE COURAGE AND COWARDICE. Nm.e Man of Atject Fear May Be a Nervus Iavalid. There is an old and often told story of the oficler who claimed more cred It for his own conduct under fire than for that of his men. They were not afraid, and so they stood steady,. he argued. "but I didn't run away. although I was most damnably sfraid." The reason of that conten Jinn is one that is generally admitted. and the world is nqt slow to acknowl edge the virtue of the constitutional coward whose courage lies in his force of will. for there is such a thing as constitutional cowardice, and it can be conquered if a nart's spirit i= greater than the tremor of his nerves. When the natural tremor is the stronger and overcomes his will, then we write him down a coward. But what can be said of the man who makes no effort at al' and cares not in the least whether he he called a coward or not? As yet one cannot believe that ther...

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 May 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE. JOURNAL._ VOLUME XII. NO. 2o6. MILES CITY, MONTANA. SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOF1ICE REGULIATIONS. MAILS:CWOSE 4 . 0mp.m. " hoods.. rWedurdays p m : ..m. Me ondays, Woednee- 770Ma..m ...210a. m. .and 1 riday. :0 .m Iat , Mondays and - ~ ~ I . O . Op. m. ar~a a flla of e taatern mia11,at or beore .......... 7100p. m. oprnron12tIf)?) .m ~~T~E LS.II3MMANP. M. *u lbar Pacific Time Table. L.5kaB fILMS C'ITO Gocto wily. 1 ai Mail. .....6Xtp.M.. Ii Yrelbt. . :ntp. .. gy r ighbt . u: . oa. to. LiAra MILLS f-IT! 6(1ING RAN'. 9 .Atlantic mail .. . . I:4 ian. iLapraaa lrraght 11 :Ly.m IN Way Freight Y~ Ia. M. Official Directory. STATE. saber of ('oegreaa ,1'. lS. Hartmna, Ihiarotan Uarrnor .J. F.. ltwkardla. Midri.. Iatlior Al.. Fl.,tkjo .H.*ta 6ut7of Slat.' . L. itotwit?., if l~an UIa. Trraaar."r F. W. W'rrtgttt l.derea Ita. Aodit,,r Ante-, H. 4'rk 0,' 'eena mo tenral H--nnm .. Hakrlol. Ifjelea PubhIna f. A..t.e.elena VI Juateetirr. N. Y. I.o:Iver~t,,t,. Il...

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 May 1894

YHE DAILY JOURNAL 2ma @1r". E@MTAXA.3 Every swemang zest un*ia*. Terms of BabecriptiEo. T LE AL, IN ADVAUCU. POTA@3 PAID. M014one mouth ......... 14 TO Crrr sa5Ucatasas. earnte,. ever, evening, at ai cents per week. WILT DInTIOW. TALLOW PAPUC. Mrouths .. .. .. .. ...... .. .. 2.4 Mfes onths ................. DOt Saturday, May 13. 1894. Meuntain Ranges. The origin of what is termed tb s "American theory" of the formatitn of mountain ranges seems to ee dye to Professor le ' ane. It is know2 as the contrationtli thi ry, which t sumne that tit.. a rth was once an i candev tut 1.t:. tI w 'ooing. a ec. nesew itji .' eb lyi-lling along lines of wi-ki-.' An interesting 1. Yestlwationi ti ti'l< htenomenon iountaol h, l i to Ihi opinion ti they are It ii Of '.i inrgin dp-i>j oh-r-vati'n sho wing that existing t share depl -its are c arse at the t' shading d. wn to that which in t: by the sanm law as that marked the -trncture of mn. ntains. lut i enormous in.munt.anous dopo would. it is ...

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 May 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. — 12 May 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Lates U. S. Gov't Report RQYmI~aW'L Pwr&¶ STOUTNESS AND L 'ING. Uhas sad New to 3at and Drunk to AtiAal The hygienic craze has permeated society to quite an incredible extent. It has become almost a point of hon t er with us all to be slim. I have thought the whole matter out, and having watched the various pati"; . K of the two great doctors who have I gaade corpulence their special study I have come to the conclusion that you must in this case, as in all oth oin. make your choice between two evils. It is a question now of face or igure That the very stoutest people can decrease their size by fohowing strict dietetic rules cannot be doubted, since a duke has l : 17 inches of girth and a lady lost two or three stones in weight in two or three months. But I am sure of .ine thing-I am sure it ages the patient, and I w. uld recoin mend any comely lady of middl. age and fair proportions to leave the cur. alone. It is only youn { people ju-t beginni...

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