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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 25 May 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 217. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, MAY 25. 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTO If Wisdom's .a>'. youVi %( i ely take. The.e thing- ohserve with (arc. What (racker- you buy, who (foes them make. How you buy and where. Marvin's f Crackers arc the BEST. Wres11, C~rimp, Delicoustt. Early to bed and carly to ris*. Buy Marvin', (raiker,. all other, desjise t Largest avsortment under the Pay your debt, and advert to. Andt be healthy. wcalthv mnd Good advice. Follow it and you will be happy, for "Baking Days" will be few and far between at your house. CASE. KING & WODZITZKI, rrnND t:4 ( IA.. t. Y. P Me* II a. UVDý otHta UZj, and at,.rk (iamr [ank Wok~c OS . Lur. w It.I s a.m. 's o t . in.. and 1to Braiew. form..nt occujpiud bybDr. Fish. I PRYtlU IAN ANDi SI'R IuiN. Oce. at . Is. eN..gru' Drug Stttre. rumoaM Whonmy Llt1Mnseting at Daptist I atburet gee. hmtb amdPaiumer streets. Sabbath ISbasi *ts a a (Saturday.) Prs.ringbs saewin 11n5.;a aiU Sniday evening e...

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 May 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAl EILRs uITr, MotTANA. ivery Evening Exeept 5a.day. Terms of Subsecription. 31 unM, I1 ADTHaCU. POST 48 PAID. "'dtion. one year. . taco.......10s SEdition, six months ..... . . 6.'. Edition, one month .......... I., TO CITY 5C54as15155l. SBearrier, every evening. at It cents per we... WUSELI KLITTON, TELLOx PAPES. L tear.... . .,. Months . .. . . . ..... . M onths .. .. .. .. .. .. . ... 1.."« Friday, 11a _.. ha THOUGHTLESS MINISTERS. he Cheeky Irummner Catches Two Di. ine, on a Mnmpte Proposition. Abasb..l at not1.ing. a cciwmercial bravui - in tit" -, nth .nci propoundcd a question to a cotul" of clergymen. whom he 'ic'ontitred on a railroad train. which illnstrate) how eaiily a man may 1. tripled on a tim 'e little catch prV.-.I. The druimmer entered into a conve:.-iti n with the mini - aoland entrtaiied them amazin ly with his brilliant c'nvereation. touch hg men and affairs. Gradually the top lea changed. until at last the talk wa ed Dr. Talmage and his visit to...

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 May 1894

WTALL A Good sign 1. tht' ,ni n u1 t in sun of rI turnfn r pr -prvty, which noIl n i it ti r TC ( r~e t 'lh tr hto at. tuo t adt. r ll t,. our alaln . ll I":;< 0- ;I .,tmntli ~f mcrchalndl-" .t mnl t ~ - p~lette stop L. ~f WALL + PAPER. Inclulhn: all tl, N w s Cre ations, at popular },rices.. sample. ~ill ie sent to 0 those conlttrmltintt Ztt paper ing this summer. IExt 15101k MA ITkE.SSE., all kinds of Mattresses. con stantly on hand. Such o'.;pprtunitoes as we are offering are enough to make -ne touy, just as heat makes one thirsty. .1 new :c of I:I k n\ G(till...5i. real Z/e phyrs, so suggesti\t of comfort, robb. ing the bit days ot halt their terror He are adajitingour stock and prices to the great in dustrial change now sweep ing our country. carrying the co-operative idea to its final conclusion- that is, dividing the profits with our custo mers. McINTIRE Merc. Co. THE DAILI JOURNAL M6ILEM CIT?. UOWTAUA. JOUSRNAL WKATHEIR KRPORT. arm- Temp. Wind Weather. *I. a ý" .. 7Mam la...

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 May 1894

*Highest of all in Leavening Powet.-Latast U. & Gov't Report ABSOLVTELY PURE English Criminals. Doubtless, to judge from your aver age daily journal, murders and sui eides, crimes and catastrophes, wars and fends and frauds. would seem to re main the staple of the human record. But be it remembered that. for obs ions reasons.all our worst and darkest is col lected there. One might as well judge of public health by the painful cases described in a medical publication as of the vast mass of solid human happi nesa and innicint living joy by the dai ly catalogue of these really trivial ex ceptions to it. As for sins- the most se rious of which are only such as are maliious- though the Itopulatitnii in crease, they seen[ steadily to diminish. We had 7.6t0s "ahbituals" in 1i6n; now the evil roll is only .'t,153. When the potpulaiton of England was 19.257.00400 in 1569. there were %--9 I persons undergoing pt ual cervitule: now, with a population of ;*.'+31.179. the number is only 947....

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. — 26 May 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.__ VOLUME XII. NO. z18. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS If Wisdom' ways you' n isely take, These things observe with care, What Crackers you buy, who does them make, How you buy and where. Marvin's ý Crackers are the BEST. Wree 1, crisp, De11oiouam. Early to bed and early to rise. Buy Marvin, Crackers, all tthers detspise largest assortment under the Pay your debts and advertise, And be healthy, wealthy and Good advice. Follow it and you will be happy, for "Baking Days" will be few and far between at your house. CASE. KING & WODZITZKI. Pt f . ruIr)~eu'IA d N~r. i. I PNDSW'AN A.NU. (I'. ON. O S..e b t. r .-M rl aw.m... toru pk. t.. ad7t . ia. . 5Street oere Beackgvowen !Eatioel Baak .e rau..stm..dmd at reamueabl. pri.. ADPVENT1IST maetiag at Septi!.?kre. . sa~m~d Pa.mesr eet.e. fUe~th ~o 6"..; $sud. 6k. 7:ie r"er. (i W N Nas? tm. .N.Mari. Puer ýý meý a S dm aat'h A BL0AIDY FIGHT. Bandits Raid a Texas Bank and a Lively Battie 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. — 26 May 1894

YHE DAILY JOURNAL M U680 CITY, MOWTA A. 3very Evening Exespt Sasday. Tertus of sbscription. 5M MAIL, IN ADVAUCS. P OTAOG PAID. Lb Eition, one year,.............. 510.ci1 . jr Edition. six mna~ts.............ii.. Iff ditk~n. ouc month........... ..1i+1i TO CITY 1 B1(11RUER5. t+estrier. !very eveinan, at 15 cents per w'1 WZEELY EDITION. YELLOW PAPER. Year ... i. M ..tntlin .. . . l... .w~ Saturday. MI'o _ . 1,101. "A J40 1N S.I i.iTE I3. -FI. 1. It was the Itillinzs Tinies that oelrk. itself into such a furl of i impatheti. indignation ovi-r the d:/-tan,1l attenal t of the Unite I thtatii m:arsha!s to intel fen autth the o'wiess piro:res if tli Ilogan i nw tf train -t aiersC. w1n-ti overtakit, at lh::tt.m. The ronditint were sur: as to mar rant i ,ensure of tt, muethods a ýtl.t 1 h% the dleputy mma shall. but the Tine.s a ilit far [It%.i this 'mt. and t ierou's u deointned the depart lint of justo i. fir Lranti.. as I to the Northern Paettic ionipan. . at most ve~hemoently e ondemnue ...

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 May 1894

WAX.L. TNTiA 4&..O ...~ A Good sign is I' lt t tia t ii il U o r turnip ii r p Irl . t\ wiu I * I 1 1 II I i ti I I \\ hiav )ust adI < 1t, our alrtat!ý lar e a-.,,rtnwut tit ti merchands- c , nttn nnmi piettt k of WALL + PAPER. Incluhing all tih N\t Crc ations., at popular price. ample w ill be stnt to 4 those contcmplatingn n apr ing this ,urmmr. Waroo. 11.ýrtrar. FAA 11 stok M111 I RE-l 1., all kinds of Mattresses. con- r stantly on hand. Such opportunities as we are offering art enough to make one buy. just as heat makes one thirsty A new Ine of I'm i\ I (is ti . real etjhyrs, so suggeti, if comI fort. robb. ing the hot days if hall their terror We ari adapting our stock and prices to the great in dustrial change now sweep ing our country, carrying the co-operative idea to its final conclusion- that is, dividing the profits with our custo mers. McANTIRE Meg:. Co.. THE IPAIL1 JOURNALh MtILkAt 4 t. MetisTAWA. Jor50khDAt. WEATHER REPORT. emTem. p Wand Weather. n 3th n p 7: 71...

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 May 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S Gov't Report ftfl4 Baking I ! APowder AS*OLUTELV PURE FEET. A mp little foot as white as the snow. ng to rollicking. frolic-.,:: .loe. Is a little red sock, witIt a hoile i' i'e toe. And a hole in the heel as well A trim little foot in a trim little .hoe, belonging to six ten-y -old Mis. 5ie, And looking as if it knew just what to do. And do it in a way that would tell A very lais foot Ia a homni array. belonging to Peter who fo' .tws the dray, Go blg that it sometimes i- .n its own way And moves with theI.-. a tsnall. Ahl a very big thing is the human foot. In dainty made shoe "r in clumsy boot. IS 'tis well there are various tastes to ault. And that fashion can't alwa. n pr.-ail. The plump little font-a beautiful -ight And the trio little foot, no taper and slight. And the very large foot, thotgh much of a fright. Are travelhng all the same roat. And at matters but little how snail or how great. Ms they nrier grow weary of paths that ...

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 May 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 219. MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, MAY 28, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS If WisdtmI( J ay, yIu} d v iocly take, The.e thing, hb.rve with cart, What Cracker, you buy, u hlo doeN them make, Ilow you buy and where. Marvin's , Crackers are the HEST. P'rekll, csrlmp, Delioioaxa. Early to led and early to rio. liNy Marvin', ( raekcr, all tthcr' despise 4 I.arge.t a,.rtmnent under the Pay vi ur fitlot, and aiyt rti. And he healthy, w, althy and Good advice. Follow it and you will be happy, for "Baking Days" will be few and far between at your house. CASE. KING & WOOZITZKI. * P.tId. an. $t. 4%I t~.M.". Iu .HF.t.c it) r ...0m.* o t" l. " t..uL ...t.. . it ..a n Ijuek II R. t.4. REDlb Oiler at W. K. tSarag-." LDrg St,,rt. IS. Whitner. DENTNII4T. *aleStreet aver lIft kgruwrre Natisaoa Beak o guarsateed and at reasoaahte prosor. CEUSC~EK. AJ Y3!4TIST mteeting at Baptist Chutch, cot. Tseth sad Palmer datset. Sabbath Scboel 3a. m. (Ssatrday.) Preathing servic....

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 May 1894

?H.E DAILY JOUR A1. EILs crTY, MONTANA. Every Eveaisg Eacept Suaday. Ters of Subscription. UT MAIL. IN ADVANCS. POSTAGE PAID. 3d ti e. one year ....... ..5.. 10.15 Edition. one mi nth .................. i. TO CITY SCRSCEISEaE. *Serrier, every evening. at 2i et'nt. i'ir week. WEEKLY KDITION, TELLOW PAPER. SYear . . . . . . . . . . . .t Month ....... ... ...... .........I' Monday. May 28i. 1ii4. IT is positively refreshing in these days of popular abuse of the *'pluto crat ' to read of an incident like this. The city of Miineap.olis iehel oppretssie with unempI'le IJ lhat.r. prolloses to issue bonds for soon0 to buioi a reserji:l for a city water suplpl -an adjllni sorely neded. but deferre front year t year oj account of the ,at. The oppj tunity it kiling !wi birds aith ,,e stint'. at speak. e rt.ubt the prit iett definitely before the r't e., cn el. La: they liattired .nir sole -ti ra! -i.+t l site sa lsrcetpt bly, it was ie- i -it t thai the oplsortunity of itilling one of the bird...

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 May 1894

A Good sign * is the 'itino it i tai ti of rI r turnin' prlspIeits, witii h Collies o oh T c.ttlele! tin-. tne~s ctiv ity . t" have just ad!i to our merchondis1 a tooit , a jIleti stock of WALL * PAPER. In1cludlin1 all the New ("rc at(ons. at jioptulir prices. ýarnplr, will he sent to thole contCltem lating jiapcr ing this summer. SxvIs oR MAITkESF ., all kinds of Mattresses. con stantly on hand. Such opportunities as re are offering arc enough to make one bfuy. Just as heat makes one thirsty. A new line of juI sijn G(INaim sit. real iei1hyr)r so sugge-tisev of comfort, robb ing the hot days of half their terror We are adapting our stock and prices to the great in dustrial change now sweep ang our country, carrying the co-operative idea to its final conclusion that is, dividing the profits with our custo mers. McINTIRE Merc. Co. THE DAILI JOURNAL ftiLla CITY. MONTANA. JOCK1(AL WEATUCK MILPOKT. wt.Temp.i [ imd Weather. s+th t t.Neit 71E .. a~t coudy 31htbta2.1 77 WN.r I tI.lu.J) A de...

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 May 1894

Highest of al in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PUBE. WYSTERIOUS ELECTRICITY. Eha Mamas Mind May Never solve taei Problem of What It Is. To the metaphysical mind on the one nand and to the conlt 'tt ignoramus on the other the mysterious nature of elec t-eire offers a fruitful subject of specn To the latter especially it seems :,ch that the true nature of el-c W hits not long before been made tannifest, and he is always prepare'l to dash off an explanation with much more confidence than Newton proposed his theory of gravitation. It seems inexpli gable to the public at largethat the mys tery surrounding electricity is not die pelled. It loes not seem to occur to those who are impatient to have the great question. "What is electricity:" answered that we are in just as dune ignorance as to the mechanii-a of other phenomena. (*ravitation, light. heat and chemical action are its the sorr.' category of scientific mysteri. and have had centuries more of ...

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. — 29 May 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 220. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, MAY 29. '894 PRICE FIVE 2ENTrS If Wisdom' a"ay, youd %tisel take, These thing, obsanrse with care, What Cracker. y'ou buy. who does them make, how you buy and where. Marvin's r Crackers art the BEST. c*r1mp, De11010axe. Early to bed and earle to rise. IBuy M. -vin' Cracker,. all others despise I Largest assortment under the Pay your debts and advurtise. And be healthy. wcalthy and Wise Good advice. Follow it and you will be happy, for "Baking Days" will be few and far between at your house. CASE. KING & WODZITZkI. PHTW. I. s.. A AN l I %. .% t Y Sa.1 t m.Y.ý ..I. .14..r 16 R Omee unrr t. 1." ma m.. t., i p . m . ud to a an I f .rm r .y euptua bv H rn F1i.1. IL K. I. RKDD. P*fBsh REDI AND StNRGIEON. Oe. at W. E Sarman e' Drug St..re. 18. Whitney. DENTIST. Street over Staekgruwwere Natm.maj Bank aearaatevd and at rvasamable priesa. CWWCac*S. A11ýITST eetacat Sap"is Church.. ear. ta a. U. (Baoo4g) Preaautla...

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. — 29 May 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL . UInEs CIrY, MONTANA. Neery mvealag Except Sunday. Terms of Subseription. 5M MAIL, IV ADVANCE. POSTAOK PAID. R1 dition, One' year ....1.......10.00 '5531ý Edition. six months s. 11,5.   Editio'n. On.' i.onth . it) TO ['ITT MRCR HRIBER-. gcarrir. every eveninti. at ..c.ents. per week. WEUKLY EDITION. IELLOH PAPER. PaIc r ... . . .... .. . . . ass'i Month, i Tuesday. May In. l :t1l. WASHINGTON'S STATE DINNERS. ?fey Were Iery snoaen Affairs. Aeeord ing to en Ancirnt Annalist. Washingt itit- .:t. it 1 ot1 rI lust have been ex.ce."..h' .s. leil!I aitairs if they were all lii. itine s-I rtpti"on Of the ful. lowing. v :Ih i f 'tl in the ancient diary Oft- It r >tn lav. one of iii. first two repr. -'IUat ivet. of the stat. if Peutn sylvania in the I itel t-Itotes s.oate: "Thurhda t. .1 n_. 1 17,-.-A little a'ter I c'i vk I callel upton Mr. Da'et of Dlawar'' state, and we went to the presideuts fr mionnir. "The itotpany were PS'sident and Mrs. Wasiinxgton. Vice Presiden...

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. — 29 May 1894

A Good sign * turnft_ 1r~~ ~\ ti j c ;lr t f 2r WAL +PAPER. I n It n y ll fit( N x ('r '_ at1 n., at I4ttla pr ice .Sant flI . it il ie se tt 14 E~tI I iIfk M4lUTRES-.%I all kinds of Mtattresses. con stantly on hand.1 Suc h op portunities as we art oiffering~ are enoug.h to miake one [if\- I-t .as it at" mnakes on ti~t r ' A new& lin .4 1iiFi~ If t (,a .w% i- I'it .fl /i~~e .h.r , s sugges)\t ti 4i 2C nit.rt, r. ii) ing. theL It, t I 't.o h talt their ' terror 5 We a re adij tang our stock andi prircs to thei great in dustrial change now sweet- ing our ciountry, carryiang the co-operative idea to its final conclCusIion that ~isaui ding the profits. wtith our cus~to mers EcINTIRE Merc. Co. THE I)AILY .iOUIN'AI, MILL. C'ITY. MIONTANA. JOI`MNAL WDIATNEKI IMPrORT. L Inm TempajWaind Weather. Ma&M tp M 544k.. I Iloudt 11th t se? to al(alm. S'hMar A daer btwfmr a Dumber means, below gero. DAILY LOCAL MEANS5. Eazimem temperature. '-7. Miuimam temperature. 'Al.. Mesa temperature.: t....

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. — 29 May 1894

Highest of all in Leawoming Power.- Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Y Powder ABseLUTELY PURE UNCLE SAMS WINE CELLAR. Ue Die.'t Drink. but He lini Lots of Rar AS ines on Band. A Pt:.nec pervades the place. Itlb5 .ine of the tomb. The aiM4b wWU a*ms already centuries away. '1%i sir is cool and soothing. and three flaring gas jets cast an intri emts combination of shadows upon the massive maso ay of the arches, says a writer in the Boston Herald, indescrib ing the wine vaults under the Boston uastom house. After hundreds if years, when Boe tam is only a hlvein the ground like the ancient cities in the Mediterranean, some arcliologist will dig down through th " accumulated dust of cen turies and find thise hewn arches stand ing as th.-y -iand now. And yet the whole substantial struc tore is likl the foolish ians heon-e, founded upin the sandand 1til (if Bos ton harbor. Three thousatd tall pine trees. stripped of their limbi. were I driven d-wn close togs-her in the black coe to form a ...

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. — 31 May 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 22t. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MAY 3'. 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS Careful Conscientious Calculators Commend Cheap Cash Commodities. Comparing Cost Compels Consideration lI WL R VARIED $TOCK. CASE. KING & WODZITZKI. rHYIrCIA p3. fit'. A241BI1S, . L., 1'. 1H. Prtux iAM.. n &4% ArrCr1CErtL *I and I 4..ck 4iro~w."r Hank block. boors-l to . a. 2 t. 4{. in.. and 7 to . fruorli .erupiud byDr. Fonh. IL . (. 19DD! P8Vl IAN AND a1 *U WON. Ofa at W. E. !ara..' Drag Store. DENTIST. lkmmiown Uoatira Baak 0 cuvmcus.. * a a iiihb ist eiool C. X. Ula~mb. Pavee. G. !. 23~ Parca. ua4=dw WATER ON ALL SIDES The Puget Sound Country Cut Almost Off from Com munication. A Last Eipaases of Country Mshumerged san Murh Eaanagre Ha. Already Stesetied. SurATTLr. May 'i. The Puget sound region is almost cut off from railway communication with the east. The Canadian Pacific. Great Northern Pa cific and Union Pasific roads are all blocked on account of thfsis. On t...

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. — 31 May 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL inin CIrY, MONTANA. 3very avewiag Kxcept Samday. Terse. of Ssbeeriptios. NW NAIL, IN ADTANCE. PTAGE PAID. E Edition, onte year. ..... 10... . 0o Edition, six mnoths..a . . 6.0 Edition, one month..... ... . . ...! TOCITY B RIERSettet. earier, enery evening, at L5 cent. per week. WNLWLD NITIO . YELLOW PAPER. L ear .... .......... . .! Months........ . .. zu Thursday, Mity il. IN04. COURAGE AND COWARDICE. 1e3 ]Ian tf Ahjr I' .'riny lie a Nrrvou. fut ~ ~ tha u : '1ut'N. be tr i . . "1 'ut I i. n t rut:.i altilý.:_i I wast u, .= d uL . &f1".. 1 TG ' r,;o .f that n tion 1".I" ozw .t h t esp n ratlly: duattte. and tiw "..rid is 1 t. lowtoas kuov edge the virtue of the otontitutio' coward wliie eomrage lie-s in force of will. for there is iutha thoti as constitutional towardihe. and it can be conquered if a man's spirit i reater than the tremor of his nerve-. When the natural tremor is the stronger and overcomes his will, then we write him down a coward. But what can b...

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. — 31 May 1894

W A L.3®_AL .a A Good Sign Is the daii i of the sun of rc turniiig jino'l;iei ty whiri : .es 1 1 1 , , alreauy lrgi a--rhhatet of piscte tunf of r WALL + PAPER. tIn in I proill It \ hi( n ld a l tit ( atins hat poular paises.o u Samplesd wllg hesstent to thoe cntielt p ap-t I r ing; thin summer. I': ItSI0k CI.A I JR E:.1 ,. all kinds of Mattresses. con stantly on hand. Such opportunities as ce are offering arc enough to make one buy, just as heat makes one thirsty. A new line of l'K\c II Gis.s.%utus. rý al Zeplhyrr. ,o suggestive of cmnfort, robb ing the hot days it halt their terror We are adapting our stock and prices to the great in dustrial i hange non sweep ing our country. carrying the co-operative idea to its final conclusion that is, di% iding the profits with our custo mers. McINTIRE Merc. Co. THE DAIL JOURNAL' MILKI PITV. MONTANA. JOURNAL WmATHKK RKPORT. lafn tr1Temp. W had IWeather. 3tRa~sp4 63 T4 . I4'loudy :nut 4 as to At at. 1z4l ar A dash betwre a number mesa. below s...

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. — 31 May 1894

Highest of al in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report SL APUwder AssemarrBE PURE HOPL DEFERRED. out He Itlaownat Propose to B. Put tiE That Way if the Law Will Help Him. Serious ait -eueaceas are threateniel as a result of at practical joke plyayl on William Hopa. an impressionable youth of Weston. On New Year's eve Hope accompanied two young ladies home from church and on the way proposed marriage to one of then, Miss Nora Corcoran. Miss Corcoran, considering the oppor tialty for a joke irresistible, slyly wink ed at her friend and professed to be hiti willing to accept the proposal. Mat she called attention to a very serious difficulty arising from the fact that she Is a Catholic and her lover a Protestant. Under these conditions, she said, they eoald not very well marry unless hat espoused her faith. This Hope very glad ly promised to do. To have a lark Miss Corcoran permit ted him to go into the house and sent for several of her friends to witness the a sport. Among the un...

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