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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 1 June 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 222. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JUNE z, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS Careful Conscientious Calculators Commend r0 Cheap la Cash Commodities. Comparing Cost Compels Consideration ,'F (.hRli VARIED STOCK. CASE. KING & WOOZITZKI. I.al~ rl I t1%. r. 'M . rt to.k ."rIatl 1.I. r4 tdrence. form iri{ .occupiiut bgt:Ir b. OR. R. (:. REDDU PHYII9IAN ANt $l St.I'I.s OftRe at W. E. Savages. Drug sto.re. S. Whitn*y. -EN-_ _ DI NTIST. aim Stroet over St..ckwr.wer. Nat onal Rank h ork guarantend and at reasonable prices, CHURCHES. "ATYENTIST meeting at liaplant t'hnrevi. rr. (t adPalmer streetu. Sabbaith S'ie.eil 10:3 a. mn. (Saturday~. "Preaching neervice 1g:3) a. tn.: also Surelap evening at :W.. Prayer meet a Wednesday evening. Min.iun art meeting Sat urday evening. AJU a.c int vited to attend. (. N. Martin. Pastor. SISCOPAL Imaannel ('batch cur. Palmer and btreet.. Services ada at II am. sad p $. oly eammuabo first 8Saday in cash M i.euth atreolaserai~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. — 1 June 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL EILas ITm. MONTANA. 3very Evealag Ezeept smadas. Terms of Sabseription. 51 MAIL. I ADVA3CM, POOSAGS PAID. Jl~gd Edititon. one year .. SIO..... .. ODt10 laitil Edition, six months ..........6.( Iv Mihtisu. one month .......... 1.15 To CITY ar'5acatE5n. Ay esrrier. every evenine. at fit rents per week. WBSKLY EDITIOX. TELLOW PAPER. Y ear ... . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . " MM Months .. .. . .. . ... . ... 2.0 Friday. .une 1. 1894. 1I(/INIIt~tiil E vt1:TION\. A very tarty. lout tt. 1I earned recogni tion of soldlieri pert. 'r matkce of ,uity has just been r oeit. d by Lieut. Col. Fdiuind HIutith. r-t no 1. of this eity. it the shape of ain tl o.pin_ parchment document c.'' T.rrit:L upon him the rank of "?Major by lrt .t.: diting front Feb ruary . 1 .' for '"tontsplncuous allan try in hl aing hi.t cotliland in a iuet ceswfu. vbarge against a superior num ber of Indians. str' ngcy po1ste.d. at Witf Mourtain. M1ontana..lanuar' "th. 1477. Without desiring to engage in a eo...

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 June 1894

g E A Good sign is the ulawi n ot the un of rc turnin l ro rt 1 1 i Cnnmc, 1111 1 Cat;llak nedl tnsi " fH hat' lust ad( ti to oIr alrcady larf c a..ortmecnt ..1 * me~rctitnhande ;t trust ( mt n fleti .ti< k oI WALL + PAPER. n Including all the Nett Crt ations, at popular price. la Samples i til ie sent to those coiltcnmplating paper ing this summer HooL MlATTRE usF. jxil: SIOk MATTkEzSS , all kinds of Mattresses. con stantly on hand. to Such opportunities as ae be are offering are enough to make one buy. Just as heat makes one thirsty. Ml, A new line of Fuscn (GI2.w i-. real tephyr5. so suggestive .f im fo rt. roiihbb `r ing the hbt days of halt theirfi terror Qu He are adapting our stock Ia and praces to the great in dustrial change now sweep- sg ing our country. carrying the ean co-operative idea to its final conclusion that as, dividing o the profits with our custo- iav mcri. the Th McINTIRE Merc. Co. t 11T THE DAILY JOURNAL MILRk C'fTY. MONTA WA. JOLEWAL. WE~ATHER REPORT. ___...

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 June 1894

ie o aB in Power -Latest U. & Gov't Report DM4,,,I Baking ftC1sowder AS*@WTLV PIN LOVE AND L Ques I tfet.ti lite sleeping And caged hint with a smils "Plow that I have caught Too You must stay awhile." But be {tined and fretted. agini easeleis'li. Sa he beat afainst the bars. "Give me liberty." Teoched by his lamenting. last wide the door; Oat he few and vanishes. And I wa. as before. Bymy lonely hearthitone Bitterly I wept. When with twilight's ahadowr Through the door Love crept. -l ,ugh I die when prisoned," He whibpered. " rt when free Oh! woman heed the leseon - I straight r-turn to thee.' A Pea...' Hoarded the Train. Coidnctor W..i.iell on train No. 15 o; tieJ., T. and K. W. aiw.iay wa- a l:<i" e dog. The tickle g l .ld.-'. of fortune, inm to be stuck -n hin. fir he ionttin.. pursues iun and makes hits ,outs i t T' -I most unzslett.al and miaguiflcent pr eats. The last streak if luck catie in the shape of a fat Ii'sutn. The iosanum Jost deliberately walked out of th. aw...

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. — 2 June 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 223. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 894. PRICE FIVE CENIS Careful Conscientious Calculators Commend Cheap Cash Commodities. Comparing Cost Compels Consideration ()1 OL R VARIED STOCK. CASE. KING & WODZITZKI. Q. AURIK. . D. t. N. O~inhoaes IY.Ia- 0 .M.:to tp. in.. and 7ts f..ruw~rI oeeupiu.I hybr. Fish. '! , t). 1301), PU. M{( IA AND SURGUON. Oiea .R ivSesi. Drug Seces. rwm~aI.pis. cusmeum. mmathegan at rDasoabl phrise. -A A w~'~fisa rnpttaleelt.L m eiisi IaUN.M rs . Pat s PUEBLO SWAMPED. Water Waist Deep Pours Down the Main Streets of the City. Msveral Thoussad Peopie liriven from Their Home.n by as Isarpeedented RIte in the Waters. Pr"v.iio. Col.. May :11. Pueblo was visited last night by the worst flao in its history. Several thousand people were rendered homeless and property was damaged prol.ably to the amount of S11tt.t(O). Four breaks in the levees on the north site and two on the viiuthi aide tboiited a large district. Whil...

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. — 2 June 1894

THE DAILY J(URNAL =mL CIT, MONTANA. ,esry Eveaiag Easept Samiay. Terms of Subsecription. 81 MAIL. IN ADVANCE. POUTAGS PAID. Edition, 0one year ........... 8 10.00 8 dition. six nmeths... 4S.0 Edition, one month... . 1( To CITY 5r115RIBERS. Wvsearrier. every evening. at 20 cents per week W3UELI KDITIO't. TKi.LtrL PIPE{. Y5 ear.. . . .. . . . . . ... ..s Months..... . .. 2 a emouths ... ........... ..I. Saturla . June . 114. .1 IititdlNR ll)t Et E1 .1hION. The bi percritical Itiilings (ia/ett.. notes with etit.drt.t lisa-tipr'.al. the fat that the ton it-*. f l1 tes City anm the Refor. sroh .. I lm- lane- it.lulgeu in a calr ...f I -Ihall re-tintl). anI it, Ullolemi ,ishs.jr..,al - no-tid. to say it! regard thereto that ltort appears to b. a prernu.. -u 'lii-o in this state. and t ir tue is so .on- rint as to ke disregardI - Without tent. ring ituto the rnquiry whether the I i.aettt" une an that virtu- is 4uofin a in the Aeons. that it is debas el. or that at is comImfion to the sense...

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. — 2 June 1894

WA~LLa e am A ewSAw* *0*0 A Good sign is the tiawn of the -un t re turnitng 1r ospe'itt, wth;, h coimer ith ret ienedA h 1* news attil it We haet just ad ( t, already !,ar;th a-t rtint i I merchandise .t 'nut ,on, plete stuff L of WALL ' PAPER. Includbni all the Net Cr, - ations. at popular pri cs. Sample. a ill be sent ti those contemplating iapjr- r ing this .uiimer. W'(oo(. MATrRI.,.E . FA I iistiok M ATriE sKI all kinds of Mattresses. con stantly on hand. Such opportunities a" we are offering are enough to make one buy, just as heat makes one thirsty. A new line of I Kt.Mn (;GIn..itsl. oeal Z/t hyrj so i sugge tixt of comfort, r bh ing the hot dayLiv :talt their terror We are adapting our stock and price, to the great in dustrial change noa sweep ing our country. carryimg the co-operative idea to its final conclusion- that is, dividing the profit. with our custo mers. McINTIRE Merc. Co. THE DAILY JQURNALt MILrVA CIT. MONrTA A. JOURNAL WKATEKK S~lOST. e Meýrm Tep.j wind IWeather....

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. — 2 June 1894

Iigbest of al in Leavening Powur.-Latest U.S Gov't Report ABSOLUTELY PURE CHARACTER IN GAIT. PERSONALITY OF PEOPLE SHOWS ITSELF IN THEIR WALK. " e raster Was Beandlse Cseeelt-The Wemmi Who Steps With Paeifat Aece. smey-A. Hwere Comes the Man With beady Tread sad Mealy Carriage. It is Plutarch who says that "An ac Von of small note, a short saying or jest will distinguish a person's real character more than the greatest sieges or the most important battles," and Lavater. the father of physiognomy. declares that no man can set a glasa upon a table without betraying to a certain extent his inIividuality. True, no doubt. but one must hae the keen visii u. the well trained eye, in order to interpret these mystic sign.. The indication- of char acter as exhibited in the walk of a per son, however, are patent to every he holder and may be deci'hered by the most untutored, the least astute. Sit by your window s. me fine morn tog and watch the men and women as they pass to their vs :ied avoca...

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. — 4 June 1894

_ THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 224. MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, JUNE 4, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS PANTS, $3.00. PANTS, $3.00. PANTS, $3.00. Pant, worth S6 oo. Soo and S4.5o. all Sacrificed to make this the Greatest PANT SALE in the history of Miles City. dale now on at the Great Bargain Store. CASE. KING & WODZITZKI. W it 47D~e . D. '. i9m and ZJ ktock Uriwers Dank hbkk. qboss-gY to IS a.u.1..: to " p. Mn.. ead7ito eaa.aaa. bmorIer aoeapead by,W,. Fick. IL O D £ý[tJ3UW oiaaaS W..sam bra. ra.. Nwet~~C r Su ý. Maa.a. ?a. . w.cdd. ee.Mp.. 0.ttr N~J± W HEAVEN S DARTS. t Terrible But Magnificent Elec- a trical Storm in Park t County. IA one Nan Strack Dew, by Lghlatlag sad the Livingstom Electric Light Plant WSemaged. LiiXo.eTro. June 2. -John Debler. a I sheep herder in the employ of Sherman I & Jenner of Ferry creek. was struck by lightning late yesterday afternoon and instantly killed. lie and a companion were tending sheep in a basin on Crazy Head .,reek. six miles ...

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. — 4 June 1894

fEE DAILY JOURNAL asaM CtTY. MONTANA. 3Y5e5 vesatag Eszept Seaday. Terms of Subscriptites. 3M SAIL. IN ADVANCE. POSTAGE PAW. satly Edtition. n s ea r ......... ... ...1. 11W Ldition. One montth ... . ... .01 TO ('ITT svse aIsERa. Npearrier. every evening. at 2ent. p.'r we-". WEEMLT EDITION. YELLOW PAPER. Tear ... .. .. . . . . ... El.i Months... Monday. June 4. 1Wi4. USE OF A FLYING MACHINE. Wht flay 3.e Gaind tby the Perfection at the Invention. What important purpou. can flight it air strvt. M ulitn. Langly and all wb have stuli i thIi -nl jt thoroughly agree that tii. -1"""d of aeriation will greatly cxceel that of any terrestrial locomuti n. Fronu this f. Ilows an entire economit gbiang. in th- .irecti.n'lf rinderiigim aene tr.tcts .f omparatively worthless territ .ry at distances of '_o to 411 miles from ii.n ii iih more available. Thir" would also result the relegat tag of -ity property in large intasuro to businm-m and storage purposes. This would to a large extent accom glia...

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. — 4 June 1894

PAP3IDI eaeseeswrr *1*is A Good sign is the dawn of tht" ,un of re- " turning pro. per ity, s hi. Ii cong.' %%jti rea.. dugttedl lsi-. r nC ~ I i% i t'lT R. 1 I I t I fle hale adt'id to ourt. alru ol larg. .-irtmnit if menttr ha a i mnt I<,n plete ,tofk of WALL + PAPER. Including all the New Cr - ations, at popular price,. `ample, will be sent to r those contemplating paper- 4 ing this summer. HoOL MArrusSEs. X( .1I.SIORK IArTKE-ss>, all kinds of Mattresses. con stantly on hand. Such opportunities as we arc offering are enough to make one buy. just as heat makes one thirsty. A new line of lEnIian G(INAWus. real Zcpihyrso so suggcstir e it coimf rtt robb ing the hot days of halt their terror. We are 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 prohits with our custo mers. McINTIRE Merc. Co. THE IAILY JOURNAL NILEM CITY. MONTANA. JOIRNAL WEATHER REPORT. IMasom...

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. — 4 June 1894

Highest of af in Leavening Power.-Latest U. & Gov't Report A3*@LVTELV POPE THE DATE OF THE EXODUS. B Would aeem to LI.. 1.weea the Tears 1430 and 1300 . C. Although the monuments and papyri give as no direct information upon the subject of the exodus. they do indirect- I l indicate a certain period within which it most have taken place. Thoth- i mis III. who was the most powerful king of that dynasty (the eighteenth) which finally drove the Hykeos invad arsont of Egypt and rennited the whole country under one scepter, extended his conquests as far as Mesopotamia. over running Pahlstine on his way. He left lists of the conquered nations, but does not mention the Israelites among them. Lameses 11 of the nineteenth dynasty. the supposed oppressor, wh.. reigned about 201 years later, alse subdued Palestine and left lists of thi conquered people. hut he, again. does not men tion the Israelites among them. What is lbrhaps still more impor- t tant is that, while the Israelites have I l...

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. — 5 June 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 22. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, JUNE 5, I894. PRICE FIVE CENTS PANTS, $3.00. PANTS, $3.00. PANTS, $3.00. Pant, worth )oo, e;.4oo and $4.50. all Sacrificel to make this the Greatest PANT SALE in the history of MaIis Pity sale now on at the Great Bargain Store. CASE. KING & WODZITZKI. W. A'ERt4BI. N. D.. t. Y. . PUICIAW. CIlMtCIj AND ANc .'n.a 11 ed s7 Stuck ttn~wcr. B.nk Moack. OS.*. Pt*.UPa. 1 .0 m:.. p. mn. d 7 to L forimnrly oeeupad by Dr. Pih. I ý P'L1AK AND SURGOW!. Gtima at BT. 3aat" Deter INtue n. Raset ..r staeeSksow. Saemetlosal Bak par atead aed at reaeameble puas. a.a PaiI(hr. . rp pn~ty~eA~ eye... ,1'itssss b C. N. Marti.. Paste. 8. M. Dpder. Paste. - . m low 1.*!! .S FLOODS ON ALL SIDES High Water Shutting off Trade b With the Outside e World. t Portland In Uader Water All Trainu. on h the Union Tariic Rtailroadi Out to of I1,tte Asnndonrel. to t: iTTir. June 3. -If the thees that d hate been raging fur the past week and h c...

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. — 5 June 1894

tElE DAILY JOURNAL U.Lms CITY. nONANA. 3very wesmiug 3aeapt Um.ady. Terms of Sutseription. ST EARL. IN ADVANCE. POOTAGE PAID. Nitlitno, one ye ar........ ..1O110 Muitton. ait months........... iTA -- Mutton. one mo nth.......... 1il TO CITY aruacaIaKaa. b)earrier. every evening, at .'St cents per week. WUEELI EDITION. IELMoN PAPLE. L tsar ............ . . ..ttl Months .11 'Months........ ... ... ...... .....I Tuesday. June 1. 144. MATOR t 3EttIt OINII ON. Brave words. brsvel% .pokiin. were those which Mayor Reed of Helena ad dreased to the l'it' council a few niiht' ago. when a coert pr.;..ition was run in on that ly in order to eriunit it to an endorseencit of t C('xeeIt' tiectitne, projv'eed t.. be hell at the .1uditorititu The hall Inlonis to the city. and Can bei rented f-r any reputable purpose for a night. In order to iunimit the Cuin ail to i luatseii edlire.tuent of thie aitar the C.-ry ites found it willin_ allermur.. to priipose that they be permitted to .. rupy it at the ...

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. — 5 June 1894

WA'LaI.. PAPERt A Good sign is the dawn of the run ~I ri- " turnin4 pr< .la rltý. wihh h conitesw ith re; ,tl., cl b~usi ýýt haveý' j11- t ;ub ! tt. tali atlrc ulyl latr.:1 .t~ rtmen't oft mcrch.Indl t a most t ~In ltct t ( ] f WALL + PAPER. Inclushlnfi all tht New ( r - ations, at pular 4 ric) . " Samples % %ll be sent to those cfnte mlating paper ing this summer. Exoi.o MArIXI..-, all kinds of Mattresses. con stantly on hand. Such oplpoirtunitiets as we arc offering arc enough to make one buy. Just as heat makes one thlrnt tr es lint' of l'tx' 1n G 1eVtw t . pt t fa Ih rs. ,o suggestil o' f & iifort. r bh ing the hbt dt o. halt their terror We are adapting our -tocI. and price- to the great in dustrial change now s cep ing our country, carrying the co-operative idea to its final conclusion that 1., do iding the profits with our custo ler%. McINTIRE Merc. Co. THE I)A I i JOURNAL MILKCM(ITT. MONTANA. JOC)IRAI. WKATNFE KrEPRT. TIa .m. mp. !Waa.t I Weather. Rt ph el I ''"E. MlI...

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. — 5 June 1894

-ight o eal in Leavening Power.-LateuI U. L Gov't Report RO p5Bawdu AS4OLVULYV PURE What ii. wanted. se--Did you get the letter I wrote y.n I yserday? t she-Why, no. a Me-That's strange. S-It will probably come tomorrow. b it important? Ne-Yes, indeed it is. It's something I've wanted to ask you for a long time, I -'- Mle (helping him out)-I see, and you' 1 felt that you didn't have the courage. 1 He-No, it wasn't that so much, but I didn't like to speak before other people, II becauses you know, it might have seemed t silly, and I kept waiting for the time 1 when we would be alone, and somehow it never came, so I finally got desperate and wrote you a letter. She-I see. But now, Alfred, we aret alone, and you can speak your mini t freely. He-Perhaps you had better wait un til you get my letter. She-Oh, no! Try me niw. It would be ever so much nicer. He (hesitatingly)-Well, you see the boys- Se(sympathetically- -Have they 6,- 1a gsawg yon? He-Oh, not that, hb they made men. present o...

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. — 6 June 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 226. MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNEŽiDAY, JUNE 6. 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS PANTS, $3.00. PANTS, $3.00. PANTS, $3.00. Pant. worth S 0).oo cO() and S4.5o. all 'iacrtficcl t. niaki t , the greatest PANT SALE in the history of Mile,. City 'alc a(W in at the Great Bargain Store. CASE, KING & WODZITZKI. yr. PwSAMi. k1k&IbPsU 45 Aci MTcakca. O~ooue.JI nd r M rk inwmp Hack bhkwk = no.foruwrI) .occspmud byxbr. M~inh. Ofis at . IIIB 51ye 3 Dee ib . 34etNwKiaabiweva Natiomal Saab ar araataad mad at reaaaaabhl pelaea. AJITm/ mamliag at Daptiat E7bmieb. oar. 1tt s Pdalmr .twaata. Nabbath Sabasi a. m.a (5atardag.) Preambagit~e murl t'. N. martha. Pantinr. l*l. luids,. Paintig. 4k ti ad UI,1ý~~~~ sets maa tsra PA, as t -el OITLOOK NO BETTER. Three Miles of Northern Pa cific Track Reported as Washed Off. No Prosp.er of Tralme on the trur d'Alese srasae for Weeli-The hitalleon at Portland. Mi.sohi.A. .June 4. There is no im provement in the raiiroad situati...

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. — 6 June 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL MILEs cmrC. mWorANA. ve7ry Evsatag Eseept Saaday. Terms of Subeeription. 5 MAiL., IN ADVAUCS. PORTAOU PAI. K1itihon. oine ye ar......... ..$10.01' . jSalitina, six monath.s.......... u TO CITY s5te5W3aI5K. dlearrier, every evening, at 2 i cent. peer week. WEZILT EDITION. YELLOW PAPER. ya . pº.0 M onths. . . ... .... . .0 Mouh o.. ..t.. ...... Lo Wednesday. June to. 1Pt4. A hHEEP .AitItN4, t. 4IiSHINE. The United Shearers Mutual Unio.n i. the title of an orgaumzation which we are inf!rnied was forni,. at Itillings at few days aai . As it. mluin somewhat remotel itliceaten. it is an organizataao. of "beep shearers. formed for the pur pose of maintaininia if not advancing the price of shearing. and is prom sed to be extended to a state and even u na 'ional ,rnanlzation. with state and na tional gtverning ledges. The liillings citizens who have laid the corner stone (if this pretentious structure, seen. iI their excessive anxiety to explain their purpose. to have somew...

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. — 6 June 1894

WALI. A Good sign is the daw n of the sun of r tufnin_ prospi nrity, lhiiih conies Hitelh rc;1'ad aneo l - ness actin itv. We have just adlt! t our already Iirg as1 itnViat of merchanlhi c a moi t con pilct stock of WALL * PAPER. Including ali the New Cr( ations. at popular prices. Samples will he sent to those contemplating paper ing this summer. Woos. MATTRFSsES. ExcEr.sIoR MAJTRESSES, all kinds of Mattresses. con stantly on hand. Such opportunities as we are offering are enough to make one buy, just as heat makes one thirsty. A new line of FRe;r Gassin a. real Zephvrs, so suggestive of comfort. rob-h ing the hot days of halt their terror. We are 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. McINTIRE Merc. Co. THE I)AIlA JOURNAL' MILEN ClTT. MONTANA. JOURS tL WEATMER EP ORT. Lt,. Temp. Wind Weather. aip ,I .1.16E. . 2JI'lrr Ath E: IWl...

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. — 6 June 1894

NhW Oralt is Leawutng Power.-Latest U. S Gov't Report AS*@LVW.LY PURE W. Skip of the Des.crt nader Full mail. It was almost a relief to turn from Mese fantastic and senmijocular triali of speed and skill to the straightfor ward and almost appalling simplicity of the camel race. No one who has not seen the "ship of the desert" un-,1 der a press of sail, so to speak, can I have any idea of the number of knots an hour which it can make, while as to picturing to the imagination the appearance of a fully "extended" camel the feat may be pronounced impossible. The tinish in this race I was magnificent. Three- camels flew along neck and neck --and such nec'ks!-for full a hundred yards to within a few lengths of the post, their ungainly heads erect, their splay. disjointed legs opening and shutting at each stride like a dozen jackknives work ed by machinery hnd their riders lh erally waving fore and aft with the violence of the motion acs if a giart was about to hurl them f runt a sling. Ho...

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