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

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL._ VOLUME XII. NO. 242. MILES CITY, MONTANA. MONDAY, JUNE 25, '894. PRICE FIVE CENTI 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. KIN & WsIITIll. L *ANI)ML. Y. D.. C. M. I.PutcIAU. NUflLJ i 33 Atrwxtmaca . Sand r. St.,ck (iri~w..r. hank hhaek OWN" b ra-Y t ItUOa. m. Zto 4p. In. and 7to ILd..... fl,,rI aaaapid by Df. I ak. P PISIP IAS AN4D UION Omlea. sW. B. Savage: Drug Store. *DKNTIST. *treet over Stnakrwnwra Natioeal flask iork £maraat..d mad at reauonable prt.e.. a ameata sastDaptiat aNeh. .a. A sT .m is. *aIobUbel C. U~ar5Ia. Passer. da (ss ant sonr !sv't 0 Uasainiý 114... mwZon ..J. St .t Uoder. Pawne.. Mt.~~ And 1!4.. LATEST DISGRACEE Adjutant General Tarsney, of Colorado, Tarred and Feabtered by Fiends. (harged With fefrieadlang the Cripple Creek Misers Durling the Resent strike -Threatemaue With death. ('mananott . Struswe... ('ol.. ':l. .1djt. Gen. Tarmney. who...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 25 June 1894

OWE DAILY JOURNAL uassm CeTm, 1oMAA. very Uvwaiag Usespt sansay. Terms of Sabseription. M? MAIL. IN ADVANCE. POSTAOS PAID. MLditioo, one ye ar....... .... ifl.Nt Bmi dition. six m onths.......... A6. 1 " eitties, One month ........... 1.011 TOCITY NEt-W1R8ERR. puearrier. every evening, at n cents per week. WINKLT EDITION. YELWW PAPaa. O s Tsar .. .. .. .. .. .. .... ... CLii' c sathfs .. .. .. .. .. .. . . .. .. '.5 T' M Months ................ i. Monday. June 25. 1894. BDAtaTRErr i, for the first time for many months. strikes a note of some what cheerful encouragement in its re view of the business situation. Dun A Co. don't see anything particular hope. ful in the prospect. But certainly the conditions are more favorable. The set tlement of the coal strike clears up one dark cloud which hovered over the in duatrine of the country. Every day brings us nearer to the end of the tariff acntroversy, which, until finally disposed ot, will keep business unsettled and its wheels blocked. ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 25 June 1894

JOURNAL WEATUER MRPORT. _ __IwjTemnp.I Wind i Weather. 24 8 4 .. . i98 IrThrr atesn it, 2.t a. I4 . (l'aim Slear dash, before a number meas ,.w r rr DAILY LOCAL MSAMS. tnximum tmperat.uiS"r. 4. fiomum tempnratire al Mean temlaratur.., Precipitation in last 24 hourr.. H. H. HOYNTON, Observer. WEATHER FORE4 A$T. WAanIrToN, June:, Tostheerver. Mile. Pity. Montana: Montana Gfeuwrall) fair. HARRINGtTON. thief of Weather Bureau. Nors-The above forecact is for CS hours from "a. m.. its date "T McINTIRE'S A Ladies $2.00 KID SHOE, all sizes, for 75c. Just to keep in the swim. Popular Novels. I» I1l1t I it" ti New Books Every Week. An I eunse I in. I * FURNITURE.! Is it not time i t add an odd piece while the stock i, unbroken? McINTIRE Merc. Co. THE DAILY JOURNAL MILBM CITY. MONTANA. LOCAL ITEMS. A. K. Erwin is here from St. Paul. H. X. Drew of Boston is in the city. Cha. King I. in from the ES ranch. L. J. Jafray Is once more in our midst. K. L Sanderling arrivld in the city last might. iam...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 25 June 1894

Bighest of afli LeadmmPower-Latest U. SGov't Report ARnieWTELV PURE A mausar 3i'awrded the Train. Conductor Waidlell on train No. i1: v 4e J., T. and K. W. always was a lunK dog. The fickle goddess of fortune seen. to be stuck on him, for she continual!. garsnes him and makes him some of t: f aeet ratxpected and magnificent p r ate. The last streak of luck came in the a shape of a fat possum. The posenui just deliberately walked out of th, swamp a few miles south of Palatka. and seeing the train standing there f(: wood quietly walked in the rear door at the sleeper, which was open, and en aconsed himself beneath the berth of a lady. When the lpossum was discovered. thI. train was whooping it along through ti. pine waodls at the rate of 4u miles a.. hour. The way the lady screamed wlic she founn .ut that a wild animal fri. the swamps of Florida was in the ," woke up the whole train, and for a tio there was iin exciting sc-ne. mcin gi ii ging their guns for robber. .nd tri i men ready...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 26 June 1894

THE_ YW JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 243. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS HAPPY TO PLEASE THE LADIES. We offer three styles in Ladies FINE KID SHOES for $1.75. Well worth $3.oo. We guarantee satis faction or your money back. CASE, KING &. WODZITZKI. rKVMICIANS/. IW. INDRCS., M. D.. V. N. aand tl Stock lOr..wer Bank block. k..en -9 toCUa. mn.. sto tp. in.. and 7to, IL 3. (i. IkKDD. PHYSICIAN AND SURIIDON. G~km atW. 3. Savaage. Dru.g Sto,. + DKNTIHT. alk aeS~ternal andUeat m blre Natiemalank Siner `twntie easmdIt remak. ( viiY of t. N. Hattie. Peale,. 0.11. Ryde,. Pasto.. -- *1*p.m. ~~ Re,. J. seet HMw.., Paste,. _ n bimewwved 0 1 s tee m al.es hoa - - I A TORNADO. The Day Was Oppressively Hot and the Storm Burst Without Warning. It I peseted Tree. sad Destroyed Housee. Doiag Coasidersise liamsage. at TIE., Ohio. Tiweiii, June 25.-The most setere tor nado that has visited this section in a halt dozen years swept around Tiffin this afternoon. The day was o...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 26 June 1894

SHE DAILY JOURNAL. mus.in alv. WONTANA. every Evstaug Except smaday. Terms of Sabscription. 31 3AIL.. IN ADMASCZ. POSTABS PAID. Dd tion, ODO one yer...... SiC.........5e.e Wdtiea, I months .... austmlsone on month .o..... I TO CITY srSCRIftEU . pesrrier. every evening, at 25 cents per we. L. wKtaL I RITION. aLLww PAIrN. Tear ~~~~~.......................'X . Tuesday, Jun. 26. 18041 GaRAT BarrA'ir is the only nation in The north temperate zone where the cli mate conditions and habits of the peo ple are at all similar to those of the United States, and where the sheep ate fed in the winter; but the wool clip ef Great Britain under free trade decreased 19 per cent, while that of the United States under protection increased 100 1sr cent. Commenting on these facts an expert in the trade estimates thab if the duties were not lowered the sanm ratioof increase would continue, in which case this country would have produced *e5t.000,000 pounds of wool by 181,6. Not withstanding these facts. ho...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 26 June 1894

JOURNAL WRATMWM MMWO@T. Temp. Wimnd Weather. LS . : ..i" ljm.reatmnrnk 11s &276 . 6ISW . ('tear dash before a number means below err.. DAILY LOCAL MUAW3. Maximum temperature, !. " Minimum temperature. 57. Mean temperature, 71. Precipitatio.n in last Zi hours. It. H. R. BOYNTON. Observer. WzEATHER VUME4 AST. WAsewagano. June 36. To observer. Miles City, Montana: Montana-Generally fair. HARRINOTON. Chiefof Weather Bureau. NMow-The above forecast Is for A2 hours from . a. m.. its date az McINTIRE'S A Ladies $2.00 KID SHOE, all sizes, for 75c. Just to keep in the swim. a (1.\.1 artnIunt 01 Popular Novels, Thu M rn .n\\ ak. 11nto New Books Every Week. \n InlnlenlC Line of FURNITURE. Is it not time to add an odd piece H bile the stock is unbroken? McIUTIRE Merc. Co. Namnescooam THE DAILY JOURNAL MILEe CITY. MONTAWA. LOCAL ITEMS. M. M. Wheeler is in the city. W. H. Crowley arrived an the city last evening from Racine, Wis. Lemp's celebriated lager beer at Bul lard'. Mis. Lola Cree will...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 26 June 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. & Gov't Report Roa Baing ,.... Powder AS*O.LUYK PURE: Wb.re Tyndall Wasted to 1e t. "Whatever the late Professor Tyn del's final wishes may have been, it was oet," writes a correspondent. "his desire at one time of his life that his remains should rest in the little graveyard at Nsalemere. 1 remember some 10 years ago sitting next him at a dinner party at the late Earl of Dalhousie's and his ex passating with much zest and eloquence on his horror of being interred in a damp spot. His tinal resting place. the pro-I lessor declared, was already prepared for him near hi. favorite Alpnne retreat-i shelf cut in the hard rock. high up in the pure. dry mountain air, where the nat ural pr.ver of disintegration might be accompnlined with as few of the painful adjuncts .f decay as might be. He laughingly volunteered to provide con tign ous rocky shelves for any like mind ed friends. n" maY l-rrh.ps be allowed to add that through all the interve...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 27 June 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 244. MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27. '8p4. I PRICE FIVE CM" . HAPPY TO PLEASE THE LADIES. We offer three styles in Ladies FINE KID SHOES for $1.15. Well worth $3.oo. We guarantee satis faction or :your money back. CASE, KING & WODZITZKI. R. ANRIR"S. M. Iº.. C. M. b..ur. lIt . turn a n. ..: to . in.. and i I.. Lerd..nre. t.rinrl) tierupiul by Dr. Pasi,. I' I. (1. REDD. PHtYSIC'IAN ANtD SU'RGEON. 00..e at W. E. Savae.' Drug Store. DENNTIST. EneStreet over Stornkgmweie ?tatm..aal Beak Werk sarareatoed end at reasonable prierna. CEUICO. £ZNWPIST.0.otingat Bept tatireb. nor. ad a 7. rdyvsh an s N~i C. N. Martie. Pallee. am. ed t~rie atiip.an tm.m. UCEIA Churnk1 h Cere BrnerMte Cset PS? te IAet reete. UeeIeea Brdaat en Y. and .0ppmm CARNOT IS SLAIN The President of France Meets His Death at the Hands of an Assassin. He Was Stahbed tI. the Heart While Striv lag Through the Streets .r Lyoms Ian HI. Carriage. LvEN s. France June 2. Most i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 27 June 1894

tIE DAILY JOURNAL muss CITY. EO7ANA, mwery Eweaisg Except Sunday. Terms of Subscription. 3 MAlL, 15 ADvASCaL POETAea PAID. ~thtit.. . ...e...ar..... S1 . ci * sorier, evr evening, at 2? cents per week. winLI UDITION. TALLOW TAPES. tear . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . l r B o nths .. .. .. .. .. ..... ..._l Wedneeday, June 27. 1894. gug ASSAIINATION OF PRESlDENT CANNOT. With the memory of two martyred presidents fresh in mind and the assas ela of Carter Harrison still unhung. AAmericanstoday extend heartfelt symupe thy and condolence to the citizens of a sister republic mourning the death of their beloved president at the hands of a cowardly assassin. Under the pretense of presenting a petition, an Italian thrust a dagger in to President Carnot's side as the presi dent was riding to the theater in Lyons. The day had been one of festivity and iejoicing. The International exposition being in progress, the president had honored the occasion with his presence. The brillantly decorated...

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. — 27 June 1894

JOUMNAL W3ATUBR SSPOWW. Temp. Wind Weather. 8ps.6.. """ 7:::: .. reateninh dash before a number meaas below sero. DAILY LOCAL "ANS. Masimum temperature. ML. Minimum temperature. 57. Mesa temperature, 71. Preelpitation in last 14 hours. I. H. I. DOYNTON, " Observer. WIEATHER FORECAST. WAsafSeIOs, June 28. F] To observer. Miles City, Montana: Montana-ftenerally fair. HARRINGTON. ('hief of Weather Burean. Noru-The above forecast Is for 25 hours from 6 a. m.. its date AX McINTIRE'S A Ladies $2.00 KID SHOE, all sizes, for 75c. Just to keep in the swim. AT oI J PIR.E2' I a (. o \ sothu t of Popular Novels. "1 hr 'It \1, r an \\ :I' flti:n'tr Thu jr iac- id \ rukal In tli& 1 li:jrtt r. ;0 New Books Every Week. AT Mo "iX~.' An Immnense Line of FIURNITURE. Is it not time to add an odd piece while the stock is unbroken? EcINTIRE Merc. Co. THE DAILY JOURNAL mEssL CITY. NoW14aA. LOCAL ITEMS. G. C. Weed of Minneapolis is in the city. Samuel Daniel. at Chicago is a visitno i the city. Lamp'. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 27 June 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. & Gov't Report ARRIOEsa PU&E LOVE'S REMINDERS, AMy bluerd on yon maple spray, My coming causes you surpries. Tea cry aloud and dy away On wings that gllesr as they ri1s1 Be blue are they, so skyey clear, Unequaled blis their beaming brtaies er now I think atone most dear. Whose eyes are bright as bluebird's wui 1rom covert groves glides forth a trill Of wild birds ainging lustily. Tet while I hat my thoughts will still leak her who Is most dear to me, Far, oh, her soft and soothing voice Sounds merrier than the leaping throng Or waters when spring rills rejoice Its music mates the linnet's song. Upon a besureoned white birch broad A squirrel gambols spry and sleet. Until, by my rude spaniel awed, She higher mounts on hasty feet; And a. she bounds without a fall From lower limbs to limbs above Ner agile motions well recall The dake-light footfall, of my lees. -Maurice W. Casey in Boston Plela THE .5 TE OF THE EXODUS. ItWeald Seem 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. — 28 June 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE _JOURNAL_ VOLUME XII. NO. 245. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS HAPPY TO PLEA8E THE LADIES. We offer three styles in Ladies FINE KID SHOES for $1.15. Well worth $3.oo. We guarantee satis faction or your money back. CASE, KING & WOSZITZkI. W. ANI)RL$. N. I)., U. N. Pit IAM. 4Kuit: U~ AU.) Avrixt amum a and 1? RSt. k tirtowin Bask block. -.UP. M IU..ma..11tutp. in.. aadI t f.d oeruwrI .Fl 4e~p&iu b,Dr. Flab. s. L aRWA AND SIDIG3ON. Oise at W. K. Uavaa Dnw Bk.,.. ADYUWETI uENsng T 3pU. vu. wh aai 0~ a M ma, -pie ic`tayk ma~hst a,. i a4 ~ 6 Ne. 3Idue, Faa~t ae. s wM~in "iay MUw ChZU LIC kumohh d5 a " le j t ,ii.a a.iSp. ds1"gI~~La. U.li. uub br N hr sm in Mead A CYCLONE. The Little Village of Keighley i Nearly Wiped off the Face of the Earth. O.e Mas Crashed to liath and Eau> Others Rerelve Merious iusrler. Wu iaHT%. Kan.. June 2b.- At 7:30 to night a terrible cyclone fronm the south west struck the village of Keighley and nearly ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 28 June 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAI Uwery 3eenag Kasept samnay. Terms of Subseription. 3? MAIL, I1 ADfANCS. POSTAGE PAID. Kdition, .me year ...i10.n Ritan, six m onth ........... t.1. mtionne montt........ ..11 To cr srnir rasiaaS. earnier, every evening, at w. cents per week W5ULI RDIThOs. TELLOW PArPa. Thursday. June 28. 11.M. TaE Inter Mountain speaking of thf his meeting of the Montana Press as aielation, says that the "newspapers of A tana are a credit to the state and se all larger and better than tha patron age warrants. There is not a journal in the state that does not expend in im provement every dollar of its income above actual expenses and it is this spir it of enterprise which deserves and will finally achieve a lasting reward." There were never truer words printed in a newspaper than these. But few people realize or care how patriottit and unsel .iah the newspapers are just so long as they ian reap the benetite and do nit bate to put up anything for it. IN combatting the theory that cri...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 28 June 1894

JOUENAL WRATURS K3PORT. ose Temp. Wind Weather. IN 28 A . ;TINW toody ~ t a 29 1 W 'loudy dash before a number means below zero. DAILY LOCAL MEAXA. Kazimmn temperature, 74. Minimum temperature. 52. Mean temperature. 64. Precipitation in lact 24 hourt. #N. H. B. HOYNTON, Observer. WEATHER FOREtIºST. WAarnoTown, June 2-. Toobserver. Mile CitY. Montana: Montana- Fair: warmer. HARRINGITON. Ch(iefof Weather Bureau. Norr--The above forecast is for U hours from 6 a. m.. its date az McINTIRE'S A Ladies $2.00 KID SHOE, all sizes, for 75c. Just to keep in the swim. Popular Novels. r:I iI t :h t rt r. New Books Every Week. An Irmeni Line )t FURNITURE. Is it not time to ad an odd piece while the st, k is unbroken' McINTIRE Merc. Co. MW1P~q- - " THE DAILX JOURNAL MILEm CITY. MONTANA. LOCAL ITEMS. A. Laney is in from Powder river. John Stafford is in the city from Tongue river. Lemp'. celebrated Lager beer at Bul lard's. . Tom Gray : and wife are /in the city from Tongue river. Novels are being s...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 28 June 1894

Highest ofa al Leawaiag Power.-Latest U. & Gov't Report ePoar AmOWuLv PURE LOVE'S REMINDERS. Sky btue'ni on you maple spray,. My coming causes pot murprise. Toe cry aloud and ly away On wings that glslaer as they rise So blue are ther. so skyey clear. Usequaled hlth their beaming beitges VW sew I tialk .teae meat dear. Whose eyes are bright as bluebird's wlmeh 1lbeam cvert roves eglide. forth a trill Of wid birds elaing luistily. Yet while I th my thonght. N o still Saik her who is most dear to me, Ibg, Ah. her soft and moothing voice Sounds anwrrter than the leaping throng Of water. hol n spring rills rejoice Its mn,. 'tates the linnet's song. Upon a bmorexnced white birch broad A equirrel t rihols spry and fleet. Pati!, by my rode spaniel awed. She higher n.ontson hasty feets And as she bounis without a fall From lowsr limbs to limbs above Rer agi~e n.o~t.n well trail The Zake- ciht footfalls of my love. -Maurice W Casey in Boston Pilot THE 0D TE OF THE EXODUS. RWeeld Seem to ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 29 June 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 246. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS HAPPY TO PLEASE THE LADIES. We offer three styles in Ladies FINE KID SHOES for $1.15. Well worth $3.oo. We guarantee satis faction or your money back. CASE. KING & WODZITZKI. PUYMICiA Xs. WPUWtIANa tUwa ANA D Ac(,'(i 035 a. Usu{s4 and 2Y Bstnk 4.nmwr.r Hank Worck. aadenc.. fornn.rry ..ccnpiud h?.I). Fish. D I.PHTSU1AN4 AN~D SU'REON. Oism at W. E. Lavateoa Duat Sktor. DKENTIST. $t Mtovrttuakgrowera Nationma Bleak saateed and at reasonable priers. mTewating at Daptist thurch. sw sI~ad Palmer situaet. Sabbatb Sho noa. m. (Uataedaj) Preeasbiag amtr~iga C. N. Martha. Pasnter. JU 13? Chaeub aosian tswaatb saad eg jbGavissat ine. sad? T ~" day wmain at 144k. !T331AN Churob Cotar.. Main Sitrtua EaaaAvmeag. Sarylag Sundays at U1 Sim. aad t p.m.a p 5( a Enieau o boaat met sb th avela .ae vt CATEOLC hatabS ow th faud Uau Cog+ans, TthSSgaasTi. Sayleist n AL S A THE STRIKE. No Trains Mo...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 29 June 1894

SHE DAILY JOURNAL M SCI, @1 WeaDAxA. 3.5ry Ev.alag EzEept asaday. Terms of Subseriptioa. SI MAIL, IN ADVANCE. PORTAGE PAIJ. I O loone year ............ liA'Y lf~ion, six month ths........ fo.one month ............ iu TO CITY RCULCRIZRES. *errier. every evening, at 2 cents per weL. WESULT EDrl Ue. YELLOW PAPER. Friday. June 29. li4. MEXICO is making a great bid for Chinese immigration. According to the 7Ww treaty between China and Mexico. Chinese immigrants in Mexico are to have all the privileges and right to ac corded to natives. They may be natur a'iaed. vote and hold office. A wide ad 7lrtisement of this fact among the Chin. ere of California would have a greater teffect than the Geary act in reducing the Chinese population of that state. THE editor of the JOiRiIAL being itt .on a vacation and business trip and hav ing left the oce in charge of the devil with no instructions in regard to the capitol question. it will be no breach of -tatfdeace to state that both Helena and Anacon...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 29 June 1894

JOUSSEAL WKATMKM l VOMT. eera T d Weather. 27 8 .410..... 71' . 6( kmdy Ot L2 R....4 .. I4 Cloudy dash before a number means below sero. DAILY LOCAL N3A3a. maellam temperature. 74. Miuimam temperature. O.S. Mean temperature, 64. Pleelpitation in last U4 hour., )4. H. R. OYNITON, Otberver. WIEATHER FOREC AST. WAatotrow. June A. To otberver. Miles City, Montana: Montana-Fair: warmer. HARRINOTON. Chiefof Weather Bareau. Nova-The above foreeast is for M houre frou m a. m. its date AT McINTIRE'S A Ladies $2.00 KID SHOE, all sizes, for 75c. Just to keep in the swim. Popular Novels. Thý 11 < " in ath 1 1 t New Books Every Week. An Immon nc L.inc of FURNITURE. Is it not time to add an odd piece while the str k is unbroken' McINTIRE Merc. Co. THE DAILX JOURNAL MILK% CIYT. NoWTANA. LOCAL ITEMS. G. F. Ingersoll is in from the north side. A. T. Campbell is held at Glendive by the strike. Lemp's celebrated tager beer at Bol lard's. Ed Bolt camse l from the L 0 ranch last m*alg. Our tlegraph n...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 29 June 1894

Highest of al in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't Report AssWUTE PUPE UNDER THE MISTLETOE. Seimammua. in your frame on the wall. astlfuil maid of the long ago, Stately and slender, blond and tall. With the pinched in waist and the foot se Prithes tell-for I fal would know What did you on that Chrlstmastide Whee sgvat-great-gretapapa made you bride? Usadsome and courtly and debonair. With tle powdered rue and his Roman asm. j richly dark as his bride it fair, roets a hand on your straight backed chair To whisper to you. I suppose le whisper again as in long ago Whne he kissed you under the mistletoe. Say, beautiful bride in the antique dress; Say, beautiful bride in your bridal white. D you let him faze on your loveliness lifted eyes dal your heart confess As you led th. dance on your wedding night? Did he Irers your hand as he bent to say Sweet words -as the lovers do today? Aid courtly it -.m of the vanished years. Beautiful bride of the days long lied. Dust, but dust are your ho...

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