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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 13 June 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE__5OURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 232; MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS. PANTS, $3.00. PANTS, $3.00. PANTS, $3.00. the Great 't PANT SALE in thc i . - (1 2' Great Bargain Store. CASE, KING & WOOZITZKI. W W 4DROM M. . N. Leine ii. aa.. 141 t 6.r.wr, it~uk t.I..eb. O~ee hour. to t11 U. rn.. t, 11. In. and 7 t,, d fnce, frerlr ocrn aut hb jr. Flb. OR R. G. REDO. PHYSICIAN AND SUR(.EON. Oace at W. 3. Savare. Drus Stare. il.Whitney. DENTIST. ala Street over Staekgraawera Natianal Bank Wrk suaranteed and at reaaouable priocs. CHURCURS. AVENTiET meeting at DaptN.t (butch. car. setth and Palmer streeta. Sabbath School .ml a. m.4ew Ust aarda,. Pdr abat InryLa C. M. ardus. Pastxr. DEBT Churnh corset EeerMth sad wensta SectIa.. at ia.m. sand? inp.m.. dausa,salagat 7o' cloc eric (1.1. Rader. Pastor. ýs afa NnChurch S orst Sul i.ttoreU l E.iaaaApama. Srls ndp ~ Rev. J. Scott Miller, Pastor. & = 1or Oy smaets one hour EOLIC Church th 11k. caaert (mra...

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. — 13 June 1894

VNE DAILY JOURNAL Mient eT, few PAXA. wssv swalag wasspt sedaay. Terms of subserspf ox. 3W MAL, IN AMVANCS. POTA53 PAID. OWDaf ..e er.......5..10.00 eix c sara. ks. . 6.Q. ta s one moth............. 1.00 easmrrier. ever evening, at 25 cents per week. wEaaLT mornoa. ToLWW PAles. tn ear .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... gt~t l M eOath ............. ..... 1i.0 Vwes M"t o nt..... hs.......... 1(.0. Wednesday, June 13. 1894. IErORTING POTATOES AND REANO. For the calendar year 1893, there were imported into the United States 4.061. 350 bushels of pototoes. at an invoice valuation at ports of export of $1,906,708. The amount of beans imported during the same period was 1.584.312 bushels. valued at $1.225,154. To pay for these wheat was exported at a farm value of less than 54 cents per bushel. It would seem as though such object lessons as thew. would soon teach the American farmer the supreme folly of continuing an year after year. in the same unproti table rut of raising wheat at a very low pr...

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. — 13 June 1894

A FEATURE 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 Conifortables No reserves $5.oo. 54.00, 53.50. 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, never to carry over stock from one season to another. Children's. Boys and Misses Shoes. Take our line as it runs: worth from SI.;o to $2.:;o Closing in two great lots. four choice *1.Oc A!- S1.050. The above are gilt edged opportunmtic. 'Ve onaugurate thi- week our rlo.ing o~it -ale on EM1 lik IUILkIl. - ;c. io. 1 ;c. 20, lie.t ti-. e er:, one..mn, tortil row more , Co-t me ere to limp rt Kid SG61@ Sale. t l in ' tf r .rth s w '.rth ut tTe o The, tr~ ie t t nee s re . .uc mrc r. of a supe.r r r h r. We ha'e as' uigneen ert e.f e wc 1 flowl 1 s ,.. e ' e1 , -. rn.. h1 sep for ' aeh ic ,Cu eelr ,.n , aec psa McEnt,. EcIN...

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. — 13 June 1894

8iEbest of aD is Lsmwsing Power-Latest U. S Gov't Report ROYTi PJdr¶ ARsOWUELY PuRE Lyoned... !p Mutters. R1V* a vir'tr 111 1the St. L1uis P.. Dispatch TiL 1.m:a t1u1 .ry; cou, give names and plwe. d it were it, eeary. A French gentleman v*is ed a relaitive in St. Louis. and beiti a great sportsman at home was tak'. out one' day to tshoot prairne t'hicke One got up. the Frenchman fired a::". missed, but as the bird sailed alh z in its peculiar way he though; mortally wounded and ran a nui-i aetch it before he fiuntd out his in take. Next year the Si Loui 't-, tlemian visit't the Frnicli reiue i. his chateau it Norxnandy. and lh u' a great "p rtsmlati at hoe e woe .e' out on,- diy t~ ,thl)t hare ili tiwpa The .:.11," k, p r i' pla('e'- L.n at ii , row-1 t t :11 I .l wat 1.0l awl :-t L *ai:- rmind hi- ,w P' . don't s12~.t iani. ton 'nn u2. rled' t. keeper. T'iha: i, 'di Amnt' .. ti 1. ther ,,t al the ,_11: hecui drontt.:d Th1 ;., ., .; . _t-, .: 1 do''ht -'- ': '., :n. ti. ' k.rh i "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. — 14 June 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 233. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY. JUNE 14, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS PANTS, $3.00. PANTS, $3.00. PANTS, $3.00. thc (rc it 't PANT SALE Great Bargain Store. CASE. KINI& WODZITZKI. 1IttltI I 414. W. -t% 1%,R M . I. . N. OlBre' .inur. it t.. lit n. 1t.. 1.. 4 1 . am..+If t . dlence. f.rm "rls "(un 1u u t>I 0 r 1ºis.. I I. R. R.IDDI) PHY$It'IAN AN1D s1"t itA*N. Office at W. K. avmya eb Drum Itore. Whitney. DENTIST. ja Street .oer Stok.gr.were National Bank aek guaranteed atid at reastmable pnesa. . l:"UV OrUIt. AD TEStTIS? natatlag at Baptist Chbrch. car. Trband Palmer atrarta. Sabbath School a. m. (Saturday.) Preaching service pantnSaturday evening. 7a o it wC. . Martin. Pastor DIST Church earner Kleventh and sheta Marvtaes at ala.m. andn 7 ip.m. W aaday very ia n K3 et Ldea3tie hold a serviceeey Nan day eraning at I O'rtack. N M. Ryder. Pastor. (lRU hurch Coruer Maio Street' Yd airman rentas. Services Suadaya at 11 am. sad Iii p.m. Hea. J...

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. — 14 June 1894

tHE DAILY JOURNAL aIL cl??, teMNTANA. 3,57 3veealg uses"st ASaday. eras. of Subscription. nSlAIL. IN ADVANCE, POSTAGE PAID. *lkia -n year. $10.0 M M .IWDRS AW . *a six mouths ..............Lu TO CITT SC51NN55. a srise, every eveniag, at t swats per week. WEAL! EDITIOS. YELLOW' WAFER. Es a'i a h .. ............... .. rLt' Thursday, June 14. 1854. DELUSIVE PRONI aEi. Some of the Democratic senators are holding forth the pleasing promise that the tariff bill shall come to a vote this week. Others say the beginning of the end will come some time next week. Would that there were indications of a fullillment of these promises, but the evidences are lacking, mores the pity. In the first place, the Republican sena tore are not going to let the woolen schedule escape without a hot debate. The republican senatnrs of the west are anxious to place themselves on record in that matter and it is predicted that the filing of their protests will consume four or five days. Then there is the income ta...

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. — 14 June 1894

A FEATURE of our business has always been our Grand Mid-Sum- I 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. $3.S5o S3.00. Take your choice for while they- last. This mean, an Immense l,,, to u., but . w+" adhere -tro tlyi.t tthe o', ruile f .o.r h...~". n0. r to carry . c r -t,, 4 fron ''i season to another. a - it tuis ' tth trio , 1 , "1.O0 +s'' S1.00. T he abow ar, r~t , 4 _cd ohp ,ortuirnt,. our c!,,-ins ~ -.,:c in I".\ I t 'ºIll il.K - ce.1 1 tuu. mnd aorth ni., t nor lCr t hitre to mimprt Kid 6ieve Sale. *1iti fPr th.is.'' w.,rth u1, t~ *t ii These trying tins... re.-une t.nerv . 4 of a supriior )ord-r. We ha..- a ."i.rtni.nniwnt of Ni H1our S .IA .i M +,nJ..t. ('heap for caph E*_15.0. ir in ,"ne,% pay menits. McINTIRE Merc. Co. " tin94.***** * * ***A .1* * 08 THE DAIIA .IOURNAL' .1/11 l't % S. 55 1.5 %tt lit it 1.I'4441 . 1t . 5 rn .rs . N .I --- .att'....

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. — 14 June 1894

____or isleawnmisg Nbwe.-LatsM U. S Gov't Report ,MS@LTLV PUPS * PULME MAY BE CHEAP NOW. l" Akr W-dod. ..t.. a ( oim r h e8OaCa. 1yI-. 3,nc ..me hen.nt".. 1' This it. the story that ia retail jew eler on Br adway tell': "A mian camrn in here the other morning and took out a magnificent .-t, e. which he put on the counter and asked me what I thought of it. Well. I thought it wa- a ruby worth about *700 or $.s0u. TI-- color was a deep pigeon's bllid, and while the magnifier showed htti. spots. like luhiles. in the st' ne ten flidn't interf-re with its transpIark-ni-ý or brii ht. Whlat's is w'rh ued 1. *Sixty 1 ..:r, i . 'arat.' ta,, he 1 J soked at 1. ii in aiiiazenient. Thtu it'sjaatr.' - il' N" t a lit -fit. ,udt he I t-,''-' 't f-.r hardne--. and wru-. all _ i Thin the iii *1 plain-ltl : ." t '. :- it a wa a r';- l it wa.- pro'wjli I -.]aifial - t, . A Frincr c ,r u: in it. Vv. 1 r taf tere- mmii .- b a namih ii acoue - w ,it ne--lit to -tm-.tm-- t r that haT- t r. -'ma- n, In: Caa...

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. — 15 June 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 234. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS PANTS, $3.00. PANTS, $3.00. PANTS, $3.00. Pant, :r , . I >R4 j0,..dl 1.n< f tii r t nttLk i the (,re att t PANT SALE int the hi't iry of %1 ( stv. notw otl tt thIc Great Bargain Store. CASE. KING &. WOOZITZKI. Fit5 84 IA' % K..%%NDML S. 11. D.. º' 11 3.oH. asa z stuck Uguwer. hank bwuok O n boon--ru wt. ea m..zttp. M.. a.nd t.. . lormerl) uecua.iu.l b)t r. Fis.h P IAN AN')DSRGUEIN. O(15 at W K. alvges Dres Store. White> DTIST. j Street owt~e krow Natlogil Rash uursed ada eaguabia priut.. CHUKCMBa. AD,$7TlSTP meathag at Bapthat Cburch. marr. If! Pelrr .tee .b. Seabathabi emAi s5a. 1a (atasdau.) evesIa aesvu C. N. Martha. Pastor. U. N. yd.e,. Pastor. TTRU" ii dmat U Re!. J. Geoth Miie, PaatHr. IuaIt oaa bsua C*EW Uhmb at thaý taa'a eart C.taat DEMAND A IDTY. Several Senators Paint in Very Dismal Colors the Effect of Free Wool. iIneh.le, rioke-'aeasus for the sh.eparw...

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. — 15 June 1894

TILE DAILY JOURNAL 3lilaLng CiT. MoNTANA. 3-e, Nvsmlug 3aesp sahaay. Terss of Subseriptiow. 31 .APL, TA ADVAUCU. POsYAPa PAID. Niilitios. on year ....... A00 1Bihtlea. sin innstha. 6.0 3 NIit100. One. outh .......... IAN.0 To CITY 5c55aiREtaa. ArWIIr. every evening, at t eents per week. waaLI 5DtTIO. WSLLOW PAPaa. Friday, June 15. 1894. *3E3OOT4 3K"? ADVERTI MEMNT. Because of the floods, the election re turns in Oregon have been coming in very slowly. It was known at the out set to be sure that the Republican can didate for governor had been elected by a handsome majority. but there was some doubt about the legislature, and the insufferable Pennoyer being an avowed candidate for the senate to suc uoed Dolph, there was no little anxiety on that score. The returns are now practically complete and they show that the Republican victory over Populism and Democracy was even more complete -than the friends of common sense gov ernment had hoped for. Senator Dolph will succeed himself or be ...

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. — 15 June 1894

A FEATURE 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 r'etrtse $5.oo. $4-cf0, $3 50. $3.00 fake your choice for ýss.s0 while thet iy t I TI-i mean an unnnmens l, - t~ u,, bult we .dh, ie -it it t it' tlthe ''h rubt .i .ur hl . tt, . t tei t.. carry e ti -t V trtj i r weave to a the ,-ca4 ti II . il hn (,-l 'l l I it r ; rt w i t .. t : :t , tb. . hi :., t i nt . o trt . ' t Pr, at 1 "tr...t rtrhr 1.o i S "1.t 0. t HTh - .tf.. . .Ir. _tt .. ..I 'El H in rtstst! *ta \ttr ac Er.. .tli t t i;, a . 1h n z tll lI. il t*c n.. ..In . .t . n. h n.. ( '. mt norc to ,rny .rt Kid Sler Sale. ýIIN fo fr th"m w o.rth, up t". i' I4. Thep.- tr tng tauusr.-une" n, r." of a sufx no'r orderr i We ha%." a ronnsivnnmnt ..f No a H.se m S.a r,..M" lion> r C(hap for ."a.h 8ý"..tIo "r ,.t * .ºf p~a. * mnittts. McINlTIRE Merc. Co. fTHE 1PAIL .O(IUItNAL '41...

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. — 15 June 1894

S u b seu t o.1 . 1 im 1 A e m v i n g Po w e r. - L a th t U . S . G o v 't R e p o r t Bkn RYIP&¶r Ab SWYKE rune S-.AGE GLINTS. W. L. Buoh.mian has tmade a hit in I Oh leadint n'-a'y cui.racter in 'Joshne. I Simpku " " Cbar!es 8. Reed of Walhalla. S. C.. ham r osnple.ed a -ie act comedy in vw : s I sailed - The Mtiger." Aperfor'idance of Bjornson'splay, "The Ooantlet." ass just been given at the London Royalty theater. "*Dorothy' Tramp" has been added re sently to teii sum of dramatic literature. It is by Emily Br wo Powell of Alame 3a. Ca;. 'Hearts and Pegr.'ees" is a new otnme dy by Mariaret Cus.'. Our Disinter ete'I Fri.': 1" sa new one act pt;. e by Courtenav ltav r. Wtilarn ý - ma:ýr m nw ~In ra. Plin oe.P. :ii. i, l hiv." it. fir-t p, rf.nrm ance at :Le' .. nut Street th. ater. Prii adelplhti. n. NI. itr. The Lnr -u tStale =tate: th:it Irvine on hi nt..i. fr.m An. rai inyi revive "Othell .'* uw inch e'.int I.. w:'1 play Wog .-1 \V .n Barr''t "h. \- : Then u .- t. try pr ...

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. — 16 June 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE_ JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 235. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, JUNE r6. '894. PRICE FIVE CENTS PANTS, $3.00. PANTS, $3.00. PANTS, $3.00. Pant, worth $6.oo, S;.oo and $4.5o, a!I %acriti-ced t n makc thi' the Greatest PANT SALE in the history of Miale City sale now on at the Great Bargain Store. CASE, KINGIC rE IMCIA N . W ANDRLI'N. U. Dt.. I. N. SPrawcgtAu NcaBMUs N * A'' u~ccaat. Saad Z Skuek (jra'pn jhank btljek. hoar.- .to 0a. mn.. 2to 4p. in., aad 7to. IIgda e. merrl 'mepiuI byblr. Ptsh. 1 IIWIAN ANDBU0oN O81es at W. 3L. Navaaas Irtrag lias. sowr gm8tskras"NMtta Dank prtd aatrsamaaba . pim. a. N. Matha. laor.i ~UT(arsanmar Maran and ...i..n . bryim umw2?ua alit Its-. ..aMaMilk,, laMare. p r ka d =aoft Camo t~a..a Sls lana Ms.. mlep =,m.. A GRANDiATUGHTER She Consoles the Recently Be. reaved Widower by Becom ing His Number Two Elsie U.Sa, Whe Created a eass.ate ati Masemeia a Tear Age, Varres. Chars.. Meages. MaL.orLA. June 14.- Charles Menges, whose wife (lied abou...

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. — 16 June 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL EIaLUS CITTY. MONTANA. Uvery Uveanig Uxeept 5aaday. Terms of smberiptuow. 31 MAIL, In ADASC. POsTAGE PAID. seaio. one Tear . ..... . ... . 10.0M Edto ,six months... .......e1 TO CITI 5tVESCaiUES. Seawrier. every evening, at 2s cents per week . W31LT EDITION. TELLOW PAPEE. t~a aa ...........................t"f " m Months ........ ... .. .. Saturday, June 161. 1894. AFRICA*% GOLD. Official reports from Africa. both to the American and G;erman governments. tell of gold discoveries which parallel the palmiest days of California. United States Consul Bendict States that south Africa alone last year produced over $17.000.000 worth of gold. and that this season's product will be a long distance in advance of that. One of the new dis tricts, the Widderarand. produced only 11.,(X10 ounces in 1887, as against 1.470. (100 ounces to 1893. while this season the output will reach *±tWl.(Wti ounces per month. or *.400.0(t5 ounces for the %ear which is worth the fabulous siin of µ...

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. — 16 June 1894

A FEATURE 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.co. S4.00. S;.;o. SZoo rake vouir cor choicefr wýh:1 they I ,r-t . T hl, mean anl initur.n -,'l s t~ a-. biut wt. .IW h r trl, tit t". the ...i . " -"t ,n hi h u e. n.it. I t. * arry t\c i t, k Ir'tt r in c t: ~ i * ri ii 'I i t I ''I - " . I so I ii. iii D 1 t'' - , It, r i " 4'Oo s *1.o50. I h h I.I t nit. - o~nc..InI w~th"rl :mob nt. \ t .,.t n i r to rila T t Kid slave Sall. 1 i1 ' fur tiho,* worth up tI E 'W. 0 Theew toriug Iut-arnreuiri nn.ire f a oup.r-or irrIhr We hast ii a.uiig nmeut of Niw I m t ai war. M iis~-. Cbiapi t for d ah A-3, Iui ir in i api Iay ruents. 4 McINTIRE Merc. Co. THE IIAIIA JOURNAL MILI:0 CITY. MONTANA. JeutKRNAL WEATMERK KREORT. Temp Wand Weather. dash before a numtber means below sero. DAILT LOCAL UKANO. Suasmean temperatare. Mt Minimum...

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. — 16 June 1894

Highest or all Leavmiag Power.- Latest U. S. Gov't Report AL L Baking 0 %wdefr AssesrrBER PUBIC TilE TERrORS OF BALLOONING. " W.mam. 7Emeet lalt Threash 5pe.. aad E.eapeP. F.. Death. Mrs. Carl E. Myers. the parachute jumper, told of an exciting experienc , of hers at the fair grounds at Ottawa that, as she said, "began like a com edy and nearly ended in a tragedy: "It was the narrowest escape I've ever had, and incidentally and acci de"tally the itsi parachute deaser t wear made in America. It wasn't a regular parachute either, but Ill tel' Sou about that when I come to it The occasion was a big fair, and tie *rounds were packed with people the biggest and most uncontrollable crowd I have ever seen. We had a funny tune getting the balloon to the tlace. It was brought up on the other side of the river in tow of a I. otive and was to be towed atr- y a line of canoes paddled by it ians. We got it fasteneýto the a: oes, and it lifted the first thre,' into. the air, spilling their oeupan...

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. — 18 June 1894

TUEE YELLOWSTONE__JOURNAL._ VOLUME XII. NO. 236. MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, JUNE i8, '894. PRICE FIVE CEN 6 DON'T TALK HARD TIMES, BUT Come in and take a look at our 5 and lOc Counters. More goods than you can :carry away for 50 cents. CASE. KING & WODZITZKI. ru~alIrA~a. W. ANI)RU2*. U. Di.. C. II. 111 and 27 ki.ek Ehirwers Hank Moki~ hours- P to10a. m.. t p. Mn.. and? toi 3.3 U. 3WHRD., D W PYIIAN AND SU 35530N. Os.. at W. B. Savages' Ihug Sure. SItraat over D`Stsekgrowera N~ational Raak gaateed and at reasamable prige.. ATJs~ sastiag at Daptia Charch. as,. Pa ain., atreets. Sabbath Schoul a.e . (Saturday.) Preaoblagi uagala. ýttm to c t. N. Martia. Poams. .. geemni at'. en 2k. . N. Ryder. Peek,,. ~Ia Avenu. asryieaa Sundays atU SALT. Teo PM. Re. J. Seott MU!.,, Pastor. tga awa,to try enrm..a sri onsa hoar, Sbot lntme.i Sarbb bu aadO 4& oo at : $a p. M expms FIELPS WILL HAN( Gov: Rickards Declines to Inter fere on Behalf of the Liv ingston Man. The Scateid is Helis Maiti....

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. — 18 June 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL MILE.8 CITY, MONTANA. Every Evemiag EKcept Sunday. Terms of Subscription. D1 MAIL, I ADVAICE. POSTAtiE Pitt'. J~ly Edition. tie year ...... SIn.'. TO CITI 51 WCRIhtER fcarrier. eery eienaIg. at Ce.1t1 p* r We 1.. WUEKLI EDITION. IELLOW P IPER. Q Tear. .. ... fibts Months.. lhes Months . Monday. June 14. 18ii4. A LATE number of the Chicago Rev ord, one of the staunches democratic journals in the Windy city. quotes a well-known Montana man in the follow. ing wanner Major Martin Maginni's, the handsomest and smartest demtcrat in Montana. shook his head sadly tlday when asked if there was any chaice of his election to the senate from that state next winter. "No." he replied. 'the denesratic party has gone all to pieres in our state, and there is no show for anabhdly. Our mines are tiosi be.-aolSt of the silver policy of the adnttniitr,,titi.. our sheep are worthless bit titer 4 the removal of the duty on wi.ol and of course the blame is all lall on tii dteu. cratic par...

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. — 18 June 1894

A FEATURE of our business has alwavs 0..o. Grand slid-Stm mer Sale. Crowds of buyers will welcome this sale these hard times. It don't take much money to trad(I wsith us. BIalance of stock of Comfortables No rcwrc .Sr u .<on. $4 0. S: w Fake your o choice for wh:hc .. Ith n:.a w. l Li, n ILr t 11 0 1 1 \\ **, \ ( .t I'- T : 1 Kid Clove Sale. 1 r f : t...-. rth upti . Thew- tr ~ r in ,"t ncer ulre r,."t..." of a s ;..rior *, r r We Rut. a ** rmeanwnt of \r tHou. Stu .. M 1 41 .F.. ('h."a for ' th iES.!M..,r ."n rnap pa) McINTIRE Merc. Co. THE IAII4 .JIOUINAL M iU.l1; CITV. MONTANA. JOKRNAbL WEATHER RIIOIIRT. tirani:Tenmp WindiWeather. 1; .pJ .-NE ,tI.nudt 1-t a::": d a1',in, tI."ar_____ dash before a number means below sern. VAILT WLAL MBAUS. Maximum temperature. 14 Minimum temperature. rs. Mean temperature. ;4. Precipitati to last Z4 hours. 24. H. R. IOYNTON, Observer. WEATHER FURECt'ABT. WaSmIwToo. Jute l'. To observer. Miles City . Montana: Mo nants-(emera"y 'air. pir..bebtj ti...

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. — 18 June 1894

Highest of al in Leagaing Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report AbLK LYwdePrU ABSOLUTELY PURE TURF TOPICS. horseshoes are being made of cowhide b Australia. A Leon (Ia.) pouy recently died at the age of 4i years. George Starr will drive Anderson's Xightingale this season. Break o' Day. 2:18, by Dark Night rb i the Doble stable. Grant's Abdallah, 2;10j, has to bi' gredit 50 heats below 2:25. The Russian time for threeversts (two Miles) is a few seconds under five min utes. Lew Trotter has abandoned the suliy for an indefinite time on account of ill health. Avoid the horse or man that has tilt we idea. Both are unsafe to ride belhind or follow. A big horse show is to be one of thi ssaures of the Midwinter Cstr in Sat, lwrncisco. The horse used as the model for the KSatue of General Loran is the backu.n Hopeful I. According to the Russian rules a hor- ema only make three breaks of six jumit each in a race. Anaconda and Butte. Mon., will hani Up gSO~iN for their meetings, beginninz. July 14 ...

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