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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 19 June 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 237, MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, JUNE 19. 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTh DON'T TALK HARD TIMES, BUT Come in and take a look at our 5 and I Oc Counters. More goods than you can carry away for 50 cents. CASE. KWN & WSSZITIkI. r3YUcIAN,. W. AMDRC4, M. D.. 4'. M. W*Pmvcu"u. "0"inmm, two A.trurcutru. U.a and 27 tldk (rnwermftank blck. m bean *wtio a.m..2to 4p. mi.. ad to dome., r oeapiud by Dr. Fish. 't. 3. G. R3DD1 PHYBII I.N ADSUR3UBON. Oliv at W. E. avasea. Drag Store. Whitaeg,DETT IIDKN'418T'. Street over Sbtokgrowers National Bank guaranteed and at reaeonable prises. CMUUCUKa. AViNTIBFT ofiiaa at 3awthat thuroh. .or. Ts t as Pamerstreta. Sabbmath Reboot ae . -(Ussataday.) Praabiag aer~viga. a. ~.ei.aEL; Uaada1 ayaahagjIissota t~s/ C. N. Nar~ta. Paakw.. IEDIST Church earner ELareath mad j~tdtrmtm Servies. at Ua.m. sa 7dlp... (I G. M.yder, Pastor. T~lSIAN bu"e C Nato~a~ Su"a aLs ±wmaes. Servies. Suadaym at U SAL ada Eadamyr besyibsaesh sus. o 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. — 19 June 1894

WlE DAILY JOURNAL MUSW CITY, MONTANA. swery Uveusiag Zaespt Sasday. Terms of Subscription. SM MAIL. IN ADYANCE. POSTAGE PAID. ~E itioss, one rear ....... ..... l.k £J ~dit~sii. six months ... ......6.iý edition. one month .......... 1.(:; TO CITY sCU5RIBCiERK. *arrier, every evening, at 2.5 cents per weel. wagEL! ZDITIOWN TELLOV. PAPER. Heaths ............1.t t. Tuesday, June 19, 1894. a are close to the end of the flues] 7sar and the treasury officials find com fort in tiguring out a deficit of $74.5(0, 000 in the revenues as compared with Ohe disbursements of the government. Bad as this is it is easy to understand the gratification of the treasury people that it is no worse. They are resting essy in confident anticipation that the tariff bill will become a law by July 13. and that then merchants will place their orders for foreign goids and revenues will comie in a pace with the swelling volume of importations. They are count ing too on a heavy increase of revenue from the whisky ...

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. — 19 June 1894

McINTIRE'S A Ladies $2.00 KID SHOE, all sizes. for 75c. Just to keep in the swim. AT Our entire line of WASH GOODS. worth tip to 'cct It 100o Yard. Just t(. pr(ove that toe till * le \d. " 1 MoFUNITURES B s t *8 I. bs nC!¶ .,c : McoINTIRE er. Co J......... ....... ..... 'HE i'Al lA .1 IOUINAL; .FURN ITURE WIATHER i .liT '"~~~~ T mHsl ete 14 5 5 :. (ll.MNTA\L. kan 1" = * 1.. I 4 ain Siner dash b.f..ra a number menas b h-b a ar.' DAILs LOCAL UUAOS. laximum trnaiwratu"r. 1( Minimum Itmrperatur.. 16. Mwea temperature. it. Pireipmtataoaa mlast ai hour.. .. H. . W)VTON . Ob..rvar. WEATHER FORKE(it 4T. WasNisOT0oi. June 19. I To obasrver. Miles Caity. Mutatas: yU .ini I mar. probhably casailir Ned. nevda) a~ruuytin is nitirt aof Miie. aits am HARRINOTON. ial istof Westher "Ouran. Nomr-The "above forecast is for s hours from G a. m.. its dati LOCAL ITEMS. Jim White i. in town. A. C. Smith of the Hashknife outfit is in the city. Lenap a celebrated luger beer at Bul lard's. J. U. Watmon casm ...

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. — 19 June 1894

ighet aoR is Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't Report ABSOLUTELY PURE STOUTNE-S AND DIETING. Wea mad How to Eat and brlak to Attall Slimnes. Tho nygienic craze has permeated socioty to quite an incredible extent. It has bee nime almost a point of hon er with us all to be slim. I have thought the whole matter out, and having watched the various pati' of the two great doctors who hav. made corpulence their special study I have come to the conclusion that you must in this case, as in all oth ere, make your choice between two evils. It is a question now of face of figure. That the very stoutest people can decrease their size by foliowing strict dietetic rules cannot be doubted, since a duke has 14. 17 inches of girth and a lady lost two or three stones in weight in two or three months. But I am sure of one thing-I am sure it ages the patient, and I would recoin mend any comely lady of middle age and fair proportions to leave the cur alone. It is only young pteople jtuo beginning to gro...

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. — 20 June 1894

_ HE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL._ VOLUME XII. NO. 238. MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENiS DON'T TALK HARD TIMES, BUT Come in and take a look at our 5 and 1Oc Counters. More goods than you can carry away for 50 cents. CASE. 'I'Z" rNTSIrIAxa. I ý a !Stock (irow~r en h1ock le~hqwp. fortasrii oesapiud bvlrDv. Fick. I. IL .flDD. % 530. 0~e at W. 3L. Savague' Drug Store. /aateed aed at remeameM.~ ptese.. CrNI*Cm . emlnyee uein emit .St. rdLaYm eemna aei I 0.Vn. Ryder PWastr ~!1'.a A ene. vqteee See""g at U wf tesaw" sspýI %iNWNPMIo OF PR'ftEEDI~ilNIG (lf lte hoard of County Cossemi.eleaers J*e 4tb to the 11th. 1e94. ( FiiFI. OF THE: COUNTTY CLEoCK or Cu»TER COrNTY. Miles City. Mont.. June a. 18941. The Commissioners met at 9 Flo clock a. m. as per adjournment of yesterday's session, with all members present. The Board now allowed the following claims and instructed the Clerk to draw warrants for mame. To nowt FORa nHAT - ALLOLwu. i.al'oL. lam. Walker . rtr as road mu...

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. — 20 June 1894

IHE DAILY JOURNAL mILs CITm, MONTANA. 3,vry Zveamlg Uzeept Sunday. Terks of Babseription. 31 MSA, I AD A5CU. POSTAGE PAID. ,emDIwOM. . Si Wednesday, June 20. 1894. T : .F .=PICS. Sm eshoers. retng made of cowhide la Australia. A Leon oea. pony recently d.ed at the age of 47 years. George itarr will drave Anderson 5Mghtingale etis season. Dreak o Day. ?:5l., by Dark Night. ont the Ds.l.e stable. Wratna Abdallay, 2:104. baa to ti gredil .'o hsts below 2:2F . The Rsahsin tane for threeverst o (twd smiles) is a few "eotida under five uonn ate.. Lew Trotter has abandoned the snic' aran indefinite tinme on account of beAustraia ALoid the horse or man thee ha G idea. Both arc unsafe to ride is oin'. er follow. A big hor-e show is to be one of tLe Inree of the Madwinter . r in mo retncisco. The h rue used af- the model for th. satle if ae neral Leoan is the hackm flopeful 11 According to the Rusotan rlots a hor Anv only hmke thore breaks of -ihasiwft each id a race. Anaconda afo lott.. M. n...

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. — 20 June 1894

McINTIRE'S A Ladies $2.00 KID SHOE, all sizes, for 75c. Just to keep in the swim. -AT Our entire line of WASH GOODS, worth up to 25c. 100 ard. Just to prove that we still lead. Profit, turn to a 1s-s, a T I FURNITURE. I, i notii iu i art u t'br '1' tn McINTIRE Merc. Co. THE IAIIA .JOURNAIL MILE'. CIT%'. M1ONTANA. JOIM NAL U lATHERi IREP'OMT. giram. TeaW tt Weatinwrr iýtft* '9t S. b NW. lhreaintam dals btf..re a number mran. below srto. DAILT LOAL WEAME. Mastmum trpmprature. MU Minimum temperature. 4. Mean temperature.:1. Prmelpitatioa in last 14 hoa,.. :C H. a. BOYNTON, Observer. WEATHER POWUBWAST. Wimstmetuo. Jane t. To observer, Miles City. Mumss.. Moataae-iienerafly fair: proaebly alightly warmer in the east. RARRINGOWN. J2t :etof Weehr bmream. Neg-The }(bove foremast e aer MI hmur. from C a. m.. Its date LOCAL ITEMS. Bob Waleh is in the city. a. F. lIgereoll is in from the ranch. L U. Ward came in from the E2 reach. T. J. Porter returned from Glendive last evening. Imap.s calibr...

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. — 20 June 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report ~~ Baking: I¶T. Powder ABSLLUTELY PUPE THE STORY OF A YEAR MOW A MIGHTY NATION HAS SUNK FROM PLENTY TO WANT. hidestries Crippled sad Rained sad Pros. pariey ree*ing Before the Free Trade Uuester-Aa Open Letter to the Hom. W. . wiles.. One year ago the largest trade ever known in this country gave promise of prosperity and national wealth beyond all precedent. Mills were crowded wit. work and all kinds of business stimulat ed, giving promises of the best results. New enterprises started up to swell the vast volume of commercial trade, and every sign of enterprise was hung out over every door in the land. Yet in one year the hopes have all been blasted, the eos of prosperity has gone down, and glosy clouds have covered' the sky. the presidential 'ampaign the pledge was made that "it you will only elect Cleveland your wheat will bring a dollar a bushel, corn will go up to the highest figure. nd the natiun will enjoy the great...

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. — 21 June 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 239. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS 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. PH'SrICIANA. W AND US. i. .. I. II P Part m. Seiangus AND A..n. aEr n. . M and T St,.ck tr.w.r. ank bl..k Oder ht.ur a -tt. itt.. in.. 2 d t(p. m.. and i t. daneura, fo.rmrrl) nerugpiust by: Dr. FDfaR R (..ED PHYShIIAN AND SURGEON. Oder at W. E. Savage. Drug Stre. o. Whitney. IaDENTIST. Ma Street ever Stoekgrowers Natisaal Bank Waekaaraateed and at reasooable prices. CuiRacum.. hjYENTIUT martiag at Baptiat (.bareb. aer. ToeadPalmer streets. Sabbath Uebtml ISO a. m. (Satarday.) Preachiag as..v.. ia. ; alas Seanday eSa.mig at 7: . Pye W dn eveng Mion 4' N. Martia. Pastor. IST? Chareb avor e3 atk and Avsteet anse. Satvieae .eaadys at 1. miatbmsadaradagIS ,iaav.7 wpat c~., olds evin every 1ao day em-alas at?7 a'lck.c ti. . Ryd...

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. — 21 June 1894

fRIE DAILY JOURNAL MlEs CIt:. MONTANA. 3sery aveuags =awept Sunday. Terms of Bubeeriptiou. as EnL, In ADVANCE. POSTAGE PAID. 5 ~ tao. one hear ....... S...1O0.t six moaths .6k........er one month ............... 1.t,' To crrT stemC5IUaEs. letlarr, every evening, at 5 cents per week. WSELT EDITiOM. IELWW PAPER. T NTa ... .. .. .. .. .. . .. . . ..2 Mon ths............. .............. 1.t . thursday, June 21. 1894. HE FELT GREAT. m Was its Wadding Day, and Ua Wasted to Celebrate. He walked into the menagerie built kg early in the morning when ther" wre only a few visitors. Those thet. Ware there noticed that he carried about, heavy cane. unm'ually l ii . looked about a bit. .: I thb- Il W: over to the lion"' c ' . I-. 1i, suck between t' Ii- - c : at beasts a muidh c "Ha, there, w.. ma make ~now n let's hear ye r 1: The lion grow. -. He poked as'::,. The lion r -.I, .. the stick, lut it was . Then he w-- to tih w:c asyal Dengal 'er Lv '- z :Conme, ot h. , ' he CiI. I, through the ars....

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. — 21 June 1894

JOURNAL WEATWUR KREPORT. rTnmp Wind Weather. > 8 p 2 t P art 4lou, I 31 a'" el VW 2 Part fl4,and Ihub before a number means l.,w z. - DAILY LOCAL MEANS. ,4;,lim m e m,,perature. SI Minimum teeleretur Th Memo temperature.,, Permigitatti a its ii' 244 ense. II. I . .. " 04,. rve,. WEATH Ut F)MEk AbNT. WAS~nuornN. June 4. To observer, Miles City. Montana: Mrntana Fair; warmer in a ter . - ont F ai m ninr , warmer in i t . HAKRINEITON. 4jhietof Weather Bureau. Nora-The :above forecast is for A6 hours ft :um 6 a. m.. its date as McINTIRE'S A Ladies $2.00 KID SHOE, all sizes, for 75c. Just to keep in the swim. w * a a 4" Popular Novels. lilt V. tI " 1 ' I i 1 I 1t . S * New Book. Every Week I l FURNITURE. I, it nut time t, add an odd piece while the Stock is unbroken' McFTIRE Merc. Co. 43 15xeiii@@@@@@@@ THE DAILI JOURNAL MILEM CITI. MONTANA. LOCAL ITEMS. R. Peters is in the city from Boston. Allan Wheeler of Chicago is in the city. lamp's celebrated siger beer at Bui lard'.. 0 J. f. A...

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. — 21 June 1894

Highest of afl i Leadening Power.-Latest U. & Guv't Report Baking 3@TL Powder AsselUTELt PURE isadn a Mi..ed Hii. Car. The wind was blowing a gale. and the rain was pattering again-t tI window pjit at the hitnie tf a prott I Reat Camden physician. The cla . had just tolled the hour past mid night. whei the physit'au wiasi aroused by the ringing of his d(toor bell. He jumped out of bed, put on his dressing gown, went to the win dow. raised the sash and saw a man. muled to the ears, standing on his front step. He asked: ,`What do you want at this h'te hour7" "I'm Mr. Carr." was the answer. *'Well. go horne I am not respon Bible if you did miss a ear. Why did you stay out si late The "'ind itw went 1 iwn with bang. ail th' doIttor went hark to best. Thb.' i'auxii again. the d.1 itr pt 'ais head .it If the wmidnlw and ýa" the stuin nuta in the step. J", oti.istor Pm M.r. l air. witia hay' I '" . tih under o' 1 "R hat d "to it k. ..." tor.i 1 ductor \ ... t: ,i. .,to ýl - t'art'. :ii...

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. — 22 June 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE__JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 240. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 22. z894. PRICE FIVE CENiS. DON'T TALK HARD TIMES, BUT Come in and take a look at our 5 and I0c Counters. P More! goods!3than you can carry away for 50 cents. CASE. KI& Rosim 4 u rUYSICIANO. W. t:. DRUB. Y. 1?.. 4 . II. L Put. ,As. ?tSmGNUI t%DlAl u11'U0(0 sad nodf Stock 4,nrorrn Bank block Oc1r boon %r. t.Isa.n .t..4. tot . and 7to fmloesmc. lurmnern ..ceupt.nt by Dr. Ial.. noes at W. V.. Mavaasa Drug 5k.,.. Co. Wkitaep. bDENTIST. amStreet oer StackgiwrursNa 4tioaal Sask Walk guaraateed sad at reaaonabla prises. ZNTIT mstim atBe~Church. em.rn tws abt car M f- i wa1 aano aab ;;rat l*. C. N. Manila. Pastor. IMMODW? bur~b eeraa~ilras k syad~ am rwagat e Hiervam Uoaay at 5.. . Sau. Myde. Pastor. Davnue. Salty muisealdta an.sl ae s boact Wwlma to the emlaag amssrt. QA O3Chbnrsb of the Sanred Snart Comrne Eunand To Y ~ a As Aeti ~ antSa Stu soFast a. Ssva bret an ~di~ua mnth3isia %mes e aspen 1441a - me,...

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. — 22 June 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL MILnS CITY. MONTANA. ev.ry Evesiag ExKept eagdly. Terms of Subecription. 31 UAIL, IN ADVANCE. POSTAGE PAID. ssb Edition, one year...... .........SI0.G giwEdition. isi months......1 lUditieo. one month.....i.......10 CITY 5t5M5CX1ES. 6S1errier, every evening. at 2t1 cents jper week. WENELT EDITION. TELLON PAPER. f ý r . .. . .. .. . .. . .. ... .. . i.. O TFl Months.... . . .. . .1.(I Friday. June ±L. 1894. 7WO %HOt LD HAVE I REE ADt-ER TIls N(. Who should have free advertising was the subject of a very able and instructive address delivered at the edi ttr's convention by G. W. Sikes of the Helena Independent. As a resolution was passed to publish the entire paper in the journals of Montana for the bene tit of the publisher and the advertiser the Jot RN tL gives the same below: Mr. Sikes said: Who should have free dry gecals. free grt-ceries. free clothing. free t tie and shoes. free furniture. free hardware? Who should have free rent. free iiatetr ial. free beat an...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 22 June 1894

JOURNAL WEATHER REPORT. a Temp. Wind Weathlr. 21 1,p194-7 .. .. GW 54er 22 7 . a ; Di N I ( lrar .Inah beforr i nuinhmbr omeatlh 7* r DAILtT l AI. WE6ANA. rlatiaunurntmp."rature. ý Minimum terni'rt.u. WI. Henn temp."ratur.".:1 Pre-61'itatl-m ;" I,1t AI Lolly II. t s~ltlt\ /\. (1I r,.r. WEATHER FORECAST. To oheerver. Mile. sty. MoIntana: S Mint l air trn'ha l) ralth wors HARR!fIiTON. Ihief of Wrathe.r Iir.au. Nors-The P:above forecast in for :5 lour from 6 a. m.. its lat. as McINTIRE'S A Ladies $2.00 KID SHOE, all sizes, for 75c. Just to keep in the swim. * SPopular Novels, ii \ q New Books Eery Week. :* T a, 'Is Al 111C:1 .ft fFURNITURE. 1s it not time t'; iiid an odd piece a'hilc thye stock is unbroken ecINTIRE Merc. Co. THE DAILM .JOURNAL NILKN CITY. MONITAWA. LOCAL ITEMS. A. M. Orees s in the city from Roje bud. Natt C. Beesuey is in the city from Rosebud. Lampps celebrated lager beer at Bal lard's. _ Geo. 8. Otruin of Chicago arrived in th city last evening. H. D. Demeats come d...

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. — 22 June 1894

Highest of a a Leavuing Power.-Latest U. S Gov't Report oYi R Powder A3SOLuTELY PURE 4 Passler. 'What a nwittiodical fellow you are Dobbs !" 5.u1d Filkins. who had stepped into Dobbs otice during the latter's absence. b*Why. what do you mean?" echo ed "Tob think that you should lock all, yog drawers up when you are only gojugout for five minutes. 'Tisant likely that anybody would meddle with yomr papers." "Of coarze not," replied Dobbs, "but how did you find out that the 4rawers were hxckedl"-Boston Wom an's Journal. A matter of Doebl. h was in a sad plight when they reoaght him into the house shaking from ar involuntary ice water bath in the etaUng pond. *Johnny. exclaimed hi. mother, aghbst, "where have you been?" The buy Was silent. "Why don 't you answer?' "C-cause. In-mother. I can't exactly say. "Why not?' "C-cause I d-dunno whether I va b-been skatin or as-wimmin."-Washing boa Star. J. B. COLLINS, Rea1 E2state Live Stock Commission. Office:-- Bryan Block. Room No. 1. Correspo...

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. — 23 June 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 241. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENiS 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. rflttIC'IANt. L V. ANDIIRI. N b .N 3atfl \ tit ta.G %I. A.. I . UtA H. b andr.4 tl.ek tr.wr.rtl(tank bl..rk OZ. born It ..l m: an h,4. in.. ar't 7t.. ~uadrg.". tbrrnarrly .ccuftaul . hr r. FaI.. PHYMEGIAN ANDMl tWIREO%. O~ca at Vi. R. Navaw Dat o~wMre. ilWhitny,, DKNTIST. l t trtaickt ow Nallunal Rank SaDaptiat (karah, anr. M* a. m..ara~ ava m.; anday ail aaia etawAlam is. C. N. Martin. Paator. U1IN Charehaob wu at Naath and IF )=aesaU S yia.. at its... aei ? mp m.. day wallaai at Ocok (I. N. Ryder. Peaiter. ,iý'E rali~ Ansa.. CSrmsln !raily at U Ret. J. fleth Milieu, Paasor. CwtA OIJChe sta1s trna.SidRatCea E~Tmi shs snauta. !!!slat p' asst sf tMat F'IELiDS NECK SA VER. Governor Rickards Has Re prieved Him Until July 6. If...

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. — 23 June 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL TaLS CITY, MONTANA. Uwvey Evealig Eseept asemaiy. Terms of Subscription. 31 MAIL, IN ADVANCE. POSTAGE PAID. lidition. one year.. . .t1.' ts one month ......... (o TOCITY alst aaIRER. ý5aitr, 5ever evening. at _i cents ia'r we."' WELI EDITION. YELLOW PAPER. Months . . ............. .... . Z t.ri. Saturday. June Z3. Itlt4. WHERM THE MONEY GOES. The latest census reports show that the cost of maintaining federal, state and municipal governments and public hatatutions in the United States in ti. 3 was $915.is4,tl-s1 a per capita expendi_ ture of 513.13. Among the disburse inments were the following: For charities............ 148..'0.87 For education............. 145.3e$ 3.115 For roads. bridges and sewers 7 226,t4 ' For Iostal service.......... th i.tto For aroy and militia . . ..... ,5tl,t JO For police.. ............ , For Judiciar)......... . . 1 For prison and refortoat tries li.ttto.MtN4. The expenditure for charities opeakil volumes for the enlightened and humani...

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. — 23 June 1894

JOURNAL W3ATEUS EXPORT. jter. Temp. Wind Weather. tS 8p SN... 3W a41rnatenuiul ~23 *±N! I _____________ dash before a number memns toieaw rym.. DAILT LOCAL MEAN*. axtimum temperas urea. Minimum temperituor.e :. Mean temperature. Preeipitation in last 24 Inar H. k. ItY Ni (. Oluerver. WEATHER POREt AST. WAsUIIEON, June Z1. Tootierver. MiIls( ity. Muotans: Montana (fenerall) fair. HARRINGITON. Chipf of Weather Burean. 4orm-The above forecast Is for IS iTsure from 41a. m.. its date Al McINTIRE'S A Ladies $2.00 KID SHOE, all sizes, for 75c. Just to keep in the swim. Bal!s...Q)50Qe srs98.eA**atre"" ..-' a (W ent ý .1. ftme.nt ýýf ''*I Popular Novels. In th t ntt r. .. New Books Every Week. .%T I* I oIJ'l'1 ý.7' An Immcn.e. lne on FURNITURE. I, it not time to add an odd piece W hilt the stock t unbroken McINTIRE Merc. Co. THE DAILt JOURNAL MILUM C(1T. MONTANA. LOCAL ITEMS. Joe. Northway is down from Forsyth. H. Roewekanys oa St. Paul - in the city today. G. W. Covett is in trom Ekalaka on...

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. — 23 June 1894

Mighas of aU i L'sma Power.-Lucst U. S. Goir't Report ROY~IPowJe ABSOWTELY PURE A Pe..a.a itarded the Train. Condnctor Waldell on train No. 1.5: he J.. T. and K. W. always was a lhii log. The tickle gswidesa of fortune se . to be stuck on him. for ibe continua!,., pursues him and makes him some of th amost et mtilite'l and magnificent tir eats. The last streak of luck came in the shape of a fat possum. The possum just deliberately walked out of th. swamp a few miles south of Palatka. mad seeing the train standing there ft wood quietly walked in the rear doer 1f the sleeper. which was open, atil en scon.ed himnelf beneath the berth of it lady. When the poisnum was discovered. :h. rain was who oping it along through tie pine w,-Is at tue rate of 44 miles a.. hour. The way the lady screanteil wije she f sun. lit that a wilt animal fr. l.. the swamp- .f Fl rida was in the c a woke up the whole train. and for a toi. there wa- at exciting scene. mnen gr s mag their gun. for robber- at i t...

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