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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 7 June 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE _JOURNAL. _ VOLUME XII. NO. 227. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS PANTS, $3.00. PANTS, $3.00. PANTS, $3.00. Pant, woirth *). o s (K o ,n a l $4. 50. all 'acti cedl ti r makc this the Greatest PANT SALE in the history it Mil1., ( ity. .alc ION ol at the Great Bargain Store.; CASE. KING & WODZITZKI. WW NrHs.hk.IA~t.. . s.alaa 71 mock (h~wcr. Itaak block (J hour.1*, l t" , to .a..: to l p. in., asud to Luda0.Iourlti ioecupaud b?*.l)r. Fial.. t.(3 D 118 at W. K. Savas. sDrg Smaw DENETIST. - W~awacatat.d mad at reaonamal. prles. INTIUT satngat ptiat ('hatchl. Our. C. N. Margin. Pas/ar. dmbm Emirt as4adlok 1A nt ar m=e Now. .J. now iN'' , THE FLOIDS Many of the Main streets of loruland Lnder several Feet of Water. Ms H5ak. Ua.e Had 6., %Snaiae their qsuarters- (osly one Railroad nas sing Trains Eat., the lly. PoicrTLAn. Ore.. June 5. The waters of the Willamette river at this point continue to rise and the indications are that it will conti...

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. — 7 June 1894

TIE DAILY JOURNAL mILn cm.T MONTANA. 3very seal.ag Eseopt Sadmay. Terms of Subeeription. 3M MAIL, IN ADVANC. POiTAOE PAW. g Edtiton. one Year ..... ...... $10.0 031to . i months .. . ..... et.ti TO CIW'4 at'Uw'uBKXS. *Wetrler. every evening, at fl cent, per week. *W LN EDITIONa. YLLOW PAPER. Shees Months. Thursday. June 7. 1Wt4. t It %I I.IMAl 10 11. 14,1. There have been so main0 barren ru more in the lost CIncernini thel' aodvancet of the l'retmnt ,1 tIkhorn road utnt this eanatin f ,II its present tertnunius in the twighborlstal it th Illark Hills. that: the.1loi ;.. has crriwn auspici ui of trcas of thii. k.int. anl lias iure that eont pfased, a juicy item rather that raise tuittwrranted natiCipuitis ill the tujtine of its reaters. It is trtu. it has been at: article of faith wait.i all whi are interested to the adlvet if this new roal. that as noon as thih thirliuiitiii roat a. tually began to stretch out t wiarks at Northern Pacific connection. the Pre mont & Elkhorn would...

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. — 7 June 1894

W*A*Mt***4 L.A* *** A Good sign is th." .ia n ..ust h 111, 111 . rc turninji prt.-o t.,it i thit1 coic.- \\ it h t I, i, I Ilre- l t r. 1, atm< .t w tI t plet. "t.. . WALL j PAPER. Inclublnt; all th." New ("re - atioris, at popular trnt c,. : Sample \t iil i. sent to, those cont-ImIplat iin pay r ing this sumnnmcr hxt I TTk MI rrlEa.l, all kinds of Mattresses. con stantly on hand. Such opportunities as we arc offering arc enough to make one buy. Just as heat makes one thirsty. 1 new Zine .f Fli-'t ti Gt~t~iia t, it al /ephyrs, so suggestittc .t ti to f. rt. rohb. - jng the hlt bltt halt their terror \1 art adapting our Stock and price, to the great in dustrali change now sweep ing our coiuntry. carrying the co-operative idea to its final conclusion that is. dividing the profits with our custo McINTIRE Merc. Co. De6Sif''fs- gO@ THE I)AIt1 JOURNAL MILE" CIT%. MONTANA. JEPIMRAE. WIl:ATHYKI RDCPORT. Fe Thnmp. Wind Wrather. brin a mumiw.'M Ro'1an ruw DAIL? LOCAL MEANS. EAzibams temper...

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. — 7 June 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report iLPowPE ABSOLUTELY MURe HIT THE NAIL ON THE HEAD. 3rw Fr-Co.gresaaa ea R.ary Rid lim..it of a Troutaiaanesaar aaaeafrallow. Ez-Congresstanu A. A. Ranney of jlamsachu settsa. witi is aetredited with the lcadershil of the Blostoan bar, gave evidncue very early in life of the strength of puirpcose which has characterized his subsequent career. As a taty it was th read lay li. atttln old father that heand :wielder broth or should a. -upy the same ledroom and share the .ate lhd. The future congressman disliked this arrange ment. eaxa' eadn ly. for the subtstantaal reasn that hi. brother Jlosesstrl a constitutiaanal tcnaletav to kick tlte peratan with whoix het chaacetl to it. sleepaig out tlt atal. (In ctdd wiinter nights young Ranaey would awakan suiveriug. ta find that hai. reattea. bedfellow had aitural in the icrse of an errtata. ilaahtber all the laal clothes antd was wrapped up itn them like an Indian talptiose The boy bo...

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. — 8 June 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 228. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 8. 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS PANTS, $3.00. PANTS, $3.00. PANTS, $3.00. P'ant, wo)rthl ;, oo. A; (x an( $4.5o. all :acrzticeil to make th1, the Greatest PANT SALE' in the hia.t.rv of !filt. ( ity '.th l now on at the Great Bargain Store. CASE. KING & WODZITZkI. SW. ANI)Rt. N. ). I N 7i n., tn o R a m. . to 1 p. m. and 7 t.. Ldmeaci, formtry neeupg.id hy1r. Fish. ýOS.. at W. K~l.vSmygum'Dr SURG.. Whit .r. t .eDkNTIST. gtreet ever Staekevmwen Natmioalm Bank armat..ntd and at rmamoa.le p.i4.s. ST mmmtjmg at fimptiat ('hurrSax. C. N. Martla. Paintr. CUUGSW ......h mmEvmytk mail .~3 ri...ms aS~i en 1.I. !d -~ m. a. Rinr, P? tor. W ýA Chre Ca.. Usa Uaum 3m,. it. Ienet Milla, Pmdmer. Las bn.ev .* ON WITH THE DANCE. t Governor's Proclamation May Not Stop the Show by the Crees. Tbhe lteah Ie . nta A.kSaed to showl "Djy Hie should .at 1ir Itraairsnavi frn-e. Iuterferise5. t I iji.4Tr E Lts.t. .1utat (. In at tatwe...

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 June 1894

WEE DAILY JOURNAL : ti mas CIeT, MxOIYANA. ° t a very Evrenala Except Reastay. F Sfý Terms of Sabscription. M MAIL, IN ADVANCX. POSTAGE PAID. Wly Eition. one year .......... to.nmn .... .iO.A. 3ujEitiomon e month nth...... . .... o TO (ITT sUBcaRIBRR.as r sarrier, every evening. at . cent.. p.r we.k WUCKLI EDITION. TELLot" r PES. Tear........... ...... ... .. .g. . 1) Friday. .Tune Ii. 1- 49 A'. OilFit ItS P Mitli I. i. Th}e houard of .'ounty ,',nturi5PlanPer yesterday tackled a Iropostl. on Othica. 0 they decided to lay asj''e until l..nda' nei't. When it will probably 1e ldtritely acted upon. The proilaittion referred t is whether or not the c..nty treasurer and his l.ndsmen shall Ie granted an extension of one year fr.m next .el ust in which to pay up the shortage in the treasurer's accounts. occasioned by the failure of the Stckirowers National bank of this city. It v il be remembered l that a proposition of this same nature confronted the last board of commis I .sioners just af...

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 June 1894

PAPER A Good Sign is thl Nawn at tin un it r turnin p r l . ;,: ,t y, wh h. 1, ((0100\~ 1. t. r,.(% f i I: lit, I ,,,,,-* Dnc" 50 11111 "ani ingtli a'tiflfe r. 0o<io aleall kinds of atrtnt .* mSrchar - ojiji rtu t <. WALL = PAPER. Inclua ian all the n i l r< - ations. at popular pruye. mamkles mil one ant tti those cuontcmplitan ' baler ing this summintr. Wool Ml 11I' rt-sesa. FA( I-s siok M AIk:r nI Ies .a all kinds of .1attr[ses. run stanti. on hand. Such opportunities als fte are offering are enough to make one tuy. )ust as heat in makes one thirntro 1 new our e of coutry it a 'O jeirtI. Ita to Ictlhyr. son suggest)\t' ~t r~1mfort, rlobb. <i ing the 11't 41,i s it halt their* terror.6 We are adap~tin;, our stock and prices t~ the great in dustrial changet noss sheep ang our country, carrying the co-operattve nb a to its final conclusiton - that is. das iding the profits w itht our custu mcrs.j McINTIRE Merc. Co. THE DAILi JIOURNALi MILES C ITT. MONTAN4A. J1OIKR4AL 1. ...

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 June 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report R~'' akng W A APowder ABSOLUTELY PURE THE SECHE ARY BIRD. Ih.C..i t saner In W rl.lh It KilleshRfake. II. Natural Prey. As soon as the s.cretary bird. or snake eater, of South Atrica discove'i! a .take, it at 'ani.s toward it without hurry and without hesitation, and when within striking distance it immediately elevates its crest and th. feathers of the reck, and without losing any time de Evers a blow with its foot. If the snake has avoided the biow and attempts to strike back, the bird interposes a wing thus receiving the deadly fangs harm lessaly upon :he long feathers and im. mediately strike, again. The tight i+ then virtually over, for if the secretary gets in a sintei. blow the snake's 1 k is broken, and the bird, lightninglike, plants its foot firmly on the reptal. neck and head. pressing them into the ground, while it dIlivers the coup de grace with its Ittak. ai then delib. rately swallows thi, snake whole, begin...

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 June 1894

THE YELIOWSTONE JOIRNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. za. MILES CITY, MONTANA. -%ATLRDAY, JUNE 9. i8s4. PRICE FIVE CENT5 *e PANTS, $3.00. PANTS, $3.00. PANTS, $3.00. Pants worth $V oo. $; oo und 54 50. all Sacrificed to make thi. the Greatest PANT SALE i" the history of Mile+ City. talc now on at the Great Bargain Store. CASE. KING & WODZITZKI. bANIR . 14, r.. I , Use A 9r 1 . to a. am.. t, to 1. t n, asel : t., .lance. form."rly occupau. 'v br. Fish. P33 oRDDI ANAN8tRGEON. 06.at W. I. davagie Drug Stan. ta DEINTIST. 5mSbNeye, ovr tockarowerm National Beak emareeteed and at r.ea.oabl. prises. CEUBCREM. U. N. MartiI. Paster. 1. ea Smer, ea1r.d C.MN. YRude,. P~e..t lQs. Mll. ,,f Peate.. Ai J. bas b~,P~r ENO"at.. a W~~I .~Ub*=b" MFEIELY IAP'AL LINES The Northern Transcontinental Railroad Refusing West ern Business. Million of hIollars Isuanag.-Thc High Waters Have New (.r...was..er to tiReeds. ST. PAIL. June 7.-All northern trans cintinental lines have been transformed by thenss iuto mnerely lo...

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 June 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL WEE.Mm cm:. meurANA. Terms of sebsariptiow. M5 KAIL. IN AMTANCU, POsTAGe rAID. Iition. one poeu ........... 06 tion. via ~NiSthS ......... 10 tin., ass mouat .oar.e .. 1.0 TO CITY aUUacaIUmas. p searter, every evening, at 21 cents per week. W5L1 DImo, tELLOW P4PER. Is oeMonths .............. . t.. .0 Saturday. June 9. 1g94. PRoP. TiVersea **orusExI.O." The man wno essays a criticism of Uhakespeare undertakes an arduous tsak. When calling attention to the lecture of Prof. Young on Othello some days ago, we stated positively that the lecturer did not attempt a criticism of the author, but rather sought to draw new conclusions from the play. This statement was made on the authority of sime one who had heard the lecture and reviewed it, but to the disappoint ment of the writer, and we believe ethers, the statement made by as in advance of the lecture. was bound to be untrue. for it was apparent after the introductory portions of the lecture had passed. that Prof. Young...

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 June 1894

A FEATURE of our business h.., alwavs been our Grand Mid-Sum mer Sale. Crowds of buyers will welcome this sale these hard times. It don't take much money to trade with us. Balance of stock of Comfortables No reserves $5.500 $4.00, 53.50, S3.oo Take your choice for while they last. This means an immense loss to us, but we adhere strictly to the old rule of our house, never to carry over stock from one season to another. Children's. Boss and Misses Shoes. Take our line as it runs: wuith from Si 5o to $2.;o Closing in two great lots. Your choice L.Oo oAsh 01.50. The abov arc gilt edged opportunities. We inaugurate this week our lsizing out sale ,n EM BHllll)FRII. -- ;c, toe, Ic _t, . Hi-tat ise 's'r one, and s worth much more Cost more to import. Ki Slie tale. S1M01 for those worth up to 0200. These trying timee re'uirr "nerve"e of a superior order. We have a consignment of Naw Houz Suwsio MA.mnizr.e. 'heap for cash -ti.o, or on easy pay ments. McINTIRE Merc. Co. B@@@ ie@ .sq(,tqifiqi....

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 June 1894

Righst or an is Leavening Power -Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABSWLTELY PURE THE SECRE ARY BIRD. Olga e MannerS. IWhiabh It Rlusa SAaks Its N4atural Prey. As soon as the aecretary bird, or make eater. of South Africa discovers a saake, it sca.ances toward it without hurry and without hesitation, and when within striking distance it immediately i1svates its arest and the feathers of the seek, and without losing any time de *vera a blow with its foot. If the anak. ha avoided the blow and attempts to strike back, the bird interpomes a wing. thus receiving the deadly fangs harm lessly upon the long feathers and im mediately strikes again. The fight is then virtually over, for if the secretary gets in a single blow the snake's lack is broken, and the bird, lightninaglika. plants its foot firmly on the reptilea neck and head, pressing them into the ground, while it delivers the coup d( grace with its t'.ak, and then delitaarat, ly swallows thla snake whole, beginning at the tail, and ju-t be...

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 June 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE _JOURNAL._ VOLUME XII. NO. 230. MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, JUNE ii, 11pt. PRICE FIVE CEWIS PANTS, $3.00. PANTS, $3.00. PANTS, $3.00. Pant, wo;rth M)(O, ;. S jo and 4. 5o. all Sacriti.ud ti mnake thi. the Greatest PANT SALE in the history ''f Mild ( ,t. dlc now on at the Great Bargain Store. CASE, KINO & WOOZITZKI. rFHWM i A NM. I SW. ANDRUR. M. D).. C. N. P~UICI&. Sowtei I AD Ar~CCOCtteSc. S aad 2 StAvek tiowý., Rtank bkuet. haste *u. to .. m...Y to lp. mu.. and 7to lý/ee ogluct) occupied b lk. Fie.a. I3L . 3.0.1) PH VBIii AN AND S113030N. O6.. at w. K. Meageeas Dwo Store. jOL DKMTIST ýaateed mad at reemaN.oa p.4.... c.Umc/KS. ISO a dPa~la C Ntat. Nesatle Peas. C. N. mar" iiadasr.m o .. i.h~. yU' ~ a a ieg .l a ý a 7md aie il Ma,11 Jsie NU.r. PN.ae. ~d Med ý w..K.e /tdt t1 to. t isj.otWh.!ale SANDERS A TERROR. He Shot Everybody He Saw and Was in Turn Riddled. Details of a Itbepenradoe Action Ia the ladian Territory- Itarhnu ItReb hery and Murder. WAGOeNEt. ...

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 June 1894

WE DAILY JOURNAL X31.3 CIeT, MOeTANA. 3we 3vsmtag Rse"pt sad"y. To rme of &slseription. - EAZ., IN ADIAWCI. P05TAea PAID. -n seer ........... .... A iia mouths .......... BAI. ere.as mouth .......... 1.01, To CITY scarsscasna. sperritr, every evening, at 25 cents per week. WKLT 3DITION. TELLOW PAER3. Monday, June 11. 154. GOOD INDIAN CROW DOG. fg]s ar sad Saetur After .a3 R seS seutaneed to Death. Judge A. J. Plowman of Deadwood, L D., attained national renown in 1888 when he defended Prow Dog for the murder of Spotted Tail. The memory of Mr. Plowman's plucky legal fight, in which he carried that celebreted emse to the Unite: States supreme court mod secured the acquittal of his red skinned client when the hangman's moose was about to tighten around the neck of the condemned prisoner, still ives in the minds of the legal frater asty throughout the west. In speaking of the matter Judge Plowman related an incident of the trial which has never before appeared In public print. 'Afte...

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 June 1894

A FEATURE of our business has al%%ays been our (;rand Mid-Sum mer Salh. (Crowds of buyers will welcome this sale these hard times. It don't take much money to trade with us. Balance of stock of Comfortables No reserwes 5Sfc.5.oo4.00 $3.50. S3.00. Take your choice for while they last. This means an immense loss to us, but we adhere strictly to the old rule of our house, nes r to carry over stock front one season to another. Children's., IIo. and Misses Shoes. Take our line as it runs worth from $i ;o to S2.0o. (lo.sing in two great lots Your choice s too 0 e.0 o. The abt...e re kilt edged opportunmtt We intaugurat. this seek our cti.,'s out -.ii on EM . BIktll)ERII - ;c. ioc, I ;c. 201 Hetiat iets tvery one. and wsorth nhulh more lost more to ii:, p .rt. KWi SIM Sale. @fl(1 fo.r tt... eirth up I., tt.(S. These tryingtimeure1utre ntrte" of a superior ortl r We have a tonfignmenzt of Nrw Horn. Smars. a %. usu~. ('h."ap for cash !: .010. r on ."at4 pay mrnts. McINTIRE Merc. Co. THE IHAI...

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 June 1894

Uigbegtof80inLeavenigPower.LLtates U. S.Gov' ASWIATELY PURE P. "DOD, B'ESS MAMMA." I've thtnt the lrsier'ttf many landSk In foreot. dint. ,n de-rt ari-n. Andoil the wilHt tun:ntous oean. When wave- were rollin monintain high To hear the etonrm kin.'- sullen cry. And flashing in a r.-:!.- motion The lightning leaped aenre the sky. rye heard quie prayerern in battles dread. When many precious .nuls were sped In Stful gleam of sullen dashing Through red'ning rift of angry blade Or r:nt by doleful bullets made. Or ihelit demoniacal crashing TltrBgh trembling wedl and var swe., glad.. but aeeteat of ill prayer I've hear Sweretr than stig if -pring glad bird. And pire r than the soul of roieq EaLr to dick the brow of May. W!h-n lIfe in )eons :ret hcart- art _nv. And -vch fond me-n'ri now :c e Unto lhe -hinint armic af day - A litt:.- ai 'l rolwrd it white. Up,[, ,.. th~ri Bold of Ilh, right And iii a nrtier I fily k',elmn. With faled hand, and drt nting lead And I,. iii-. nuruin, lil- ~t ...

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 June 1894

THE Y ELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 231. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS PANTS, $3.00. PANTS, $3.00. PANTS, $3.00. I'ant, w 'rth . 0 rxj" S A ana $4 5. all 'N;' if d-Ij t- miitkc t ii. the (ircat.,t PANT SALE is the hi,t rv ,I N111h . tt . alr tanw on at thr Great Bargain Store. CASE, KING & WOOZITZKI. rHN~tICI M4. I W..MICIAL hwmahb~ AND £ At.uce"atm. A.e.r and l St..k Etn.,w.r. Itank bk.C& tie hoar,- Yut. 1ea. is.Ltotp is.. and 7to tdernera.. form.rlj nuaapiud tqtUr. Fish. U HYSIt It4. AND SU3UUOS. Olm at W. 3. Mavaese Urge Staiua. Stete)Sukr eerae NatioaseBa " £ KNNTIM meetia at HuptkIl I hoeaa. mor. t adPalmer atrma abbt Ischoo M! a. s. (Satueday.) Preab.bha manil is ~s~gm .t tr~f venn. Ian. Martha. Pasta,. DNB! Cbmub maser Eheveatb aad Se'se.taoeayieee apt U1a.. and I lf.m.. w olssri d am aW e'baa -mmiags. 0. N. Ryder. Paulo,. ý y Re,. J. Nmall MfulerW Peeler. MMSndelpmi ta one hour ý t1~teb p. tigmbpl an MO'm~i 06-W bh anfd Ld. WyF S...

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 June 1894

i1J DAILY JOURNAL nor mfaser. MeOANA. Umes seeesiang sap smaiy. Terse of Bubsardipos. aIsan., a aPsYANC. PoasYS PAiD. 5hz ineeths ... 6 .. so - eeth... . . l er tO ores 5UUc313555a. linemr, sery evealag. at seats per week. wasmn amesfom. sm ow rasa. Tuesday, June 12. 1894. uNCLE SAM'S WINE CELLAR. e Ueems. Derteb but Re Sae ELesetsale Elm es ea Mini. siece" pervades the place. usuco of the tomb. The as~ aggM mu as already centuries away. ae alt is cool and soothing, .d three darting gas jets cast an intri -ats zombination of shadows upon the asseal. maso .ev of the arches, says a writsr in the Boston Herald, in deanrib $ag the wine vaults under the Boston estom boum. After hundreds of years, when Bes tea is only a hole in the ground like th amelent cities in the Mediterranean, sea. archsologist will dig down rroegh the accumulated dust of cean taries and And those hewn arches stand ug as they stand now. And yet the whole substantial struc. Agge is like the foolish man's house, Mnded...

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 June 1894

A FEATURE a of our business has always been our Grand Mid-Sum mer Sale. Crowds of buyers will welcome this sale these hard times. It don't take much money to trade with us. Balance of stock of Comfortables No reserves $5.00, $4.00, 53.50, 3.0oo. rake your choice for *0.s0 while they last. This means an immense loss to us. but we adhere strictly to the old rule of our house. never to carry over stock from one season to another. Children s, Boys and Misses Shoes. Take our line as it runs' woth from Si ;o to $2.50. Closing in two great lots. Your choice $1.OO -t, .1.50. The above are gilt edged opportunities. We inaugurat- this wtcek our closing oiit sale 4 ln E\l liRt I lER!Il. - cc. loc. Ic. .o. letaitties secr5 one, ant wstorth muhth mire Cost mi ire to inlui irt. Kid Sloe Sale. "1.(t, fir thei. wairth up ti 1'!M,. Thebr trying tine.wr-"julri rne' ° of a Puperior rdt'r. We have a (ioimeinii t ,.f Nu Hoher Namles. fit~ enasi ('herap for 'ash #250, or n.* a,' pay McINTIRE Merc. Co. TH...

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 June 1894

ighest oa1 in Leawening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report A3*OLUELY PUR E A 1eirti Love %tory. "The .traugioit t-.'t of will power and euduranit' ever made." said E. D. Gon Muls of the City of Mexico, at the Bouthern. was in M1.'iico. the charac ters being a Mexican girl and an Atn"r Scan man. They were lovers, and ti-' girl's parents refused their consent tt the union, insisting that she should marry a wealthy Mexican suitor. At the suggestion of the girl they agreed to die together, and to test the strength and endurance of each other's love they chuse a means of suicide unlike any ever drearned of before. Food and fruit were placed on a table in the center of a rttn.m et cupied by both, the girl having escapld from her home, lint being unwilling toeloe with her lover. It was agreed that they should -tarve to d. oth with plenty left r" them, and aehuld -ith, r 'utcuml t. nature and partake .t the toid then stih were re leased frin the bond of death, jut there hbould he an everlasti...

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