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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 30 June 1894

THE YELLOWSTONEJOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 247. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, JUNE 30, s8p4. PRICE FIVE CENR1 STRIKE SETTLED. asteuaw Mae Win-Eight Will Prevail. CaUcsoo. June 30.-Pullman claims SD00AX0O was lost in wages in a short time by the men striking at his works in Pullman. Much thought has been expended and suggestions made asI to how these wages shall be recovored. Shining lights in the labor unions. have spent hours of study over the question. and at last the question has been settled In a manner satisfactory to all con serned. Aside from the railroad men and other employees taking advantage of the plan, railroad magnates.capitalists and people in all walks of life are adopt log the plan to buy your goods from Oase, King & Wodztitzki at their low cash prices. "- Igary and Lw. AN4DMUtK Y. ). C. M.ad PulciAN, N4tUUK"N AND Ar't east'.. a and d 27 Shirk Eirowe'rs Plank Mluck. ".fu,,urlt uucup'u'l bA)Ur. Fish. *L P Y5/'IAN ANDSL'3GRW ro Oae" at W. B. sawevag' Drug Stow. t a....

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. — 30 June 1894

WE DAILY JOURNAL issues CIT0 . ISONTA!A. v..Tr 3weaag Essept andmay. Terms of Subeeription. 35 3hZ?, 1X ADYAWNC. POUTASa PAID. Eglatam n. on e a' r&- ...... S4...1. Widt=o ailsa .........t... 1:,:A.. ~3iaaone no nth ....... 14 To CITt t4raItI asiI4. 8 earner. every ehenina, at 25 cents per w, WUUNKt DomOa. TLLowa PAPES. L tear ........... '3 haturd~ay, June 30. 11194. FOUR CAPITAL CONTE5T5. All the outward indications are tha the capitol fight has begun. There has been more capitol talk the past few weeks than has been heard since la-t fall. The location of the state capitol will not he the lnly capitol tight this fall Five new countries were crea.ed at ihe last session of the legislature. Theie were granite. Ravalia. Flathead. Tet.". and Valley. It is underetani that in each of these counties the luestiln of locating the permanent county capit' l will bi decided. In at least three 'uan ties there will be contest. betw'.e. rita4 towns. granite an. Valle) ,uitiies. it Is said. :i...

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. — 30 June 1894

JOURWAL WPATHER 3EPORT. * Temp. Wind Weather. z, SpUi If/b,.. iINW. *6('oudy >Nt a 111tal.. _11W *4'tloudy__ dash before a numb, r neans bwlow zeru. DAIl.T UMKA. UAMn. maximumtenierature. 74 Minimum temperaturi. a. Mean temperatur'. BI4. Precipatattim a, laut a Iour.. 44. H. It. Ito vTO\, Obherver. WEATHER FOREA'AMT. WAsanroroa. June SD. To observer. Miles Ptty. Montana: Montana Fair: warmer. HARRIN6TON. haief of Weather Bureau. Norm-The above foreeaet is for AM hours from 6 a. m.. It. date McIntire Merc. Co. THE BIG STORE. Watch this column. You'll c1 what you want. We do it cti ry sumnnr. Sort of a profit sharing 'alt. We offer our full line of 'Jamn Means g; mainl 51 'n inLn,'h. - at2..o. th in' mb r 'h; 2r i stanlpeal nit each " I S r 1ti 1 . w t 11c ire S: r~ Sht e I hta im '! I , ( ii !111 O .11%'nIrf 'h 'W" thi tt;i, i_ uoi b FURNISHING GOODS. c ol-ri- a.. ±io 'I'.. r, ..i maidr - r i'r pr rce 2pair t,,t CLOTH. I NG ii n r ~f nt rcvtr I Ih hir SI .c: an th unali' Sf)ur ,o ...

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. — 30 June 1894

Highest of ai in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't R 1ort t Baking Rai Powder a rrac WE.dpUEa Fu .toeks Not Atioie-t. **He was the best surveyor and drafts mm in my employ:" said a well knows dvi engineer, referring to a man whem to be had just alischarged. "'I discovered as .it time ago that he was keeping a w pvate fnotclh ak. and after notifying that he must stop it and again learn lag that he was contianlag the practice I was obliged to dlacharge him. "A surveyor." said he, 1in doing a Ia piece of work makes minutes as he goes aloag of the lines he runs, of the various peats marking the bounds of the landse is surveying and all such data as is nat only nece'aary for the drawing of his plans. but also incidentally that which may aid him in the. case of any other survey 1.-ing made later on. *This data, you see, really constitute's a sort of capital or stock in trade, for if the party owning the land ever wishe. ancther survey of it for any purpose he will naturally apply to tha...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 2 July 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 248. MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, JULY 2, t894. PRICE FIVE CEN.S TEN STRIKE FOR 4th JULY. A stylish, perfect fitting, rightly tail ored. Summer Suit. All wool. Round cut, square cut, double or single breasted. Just the thing to wear on the 4th. Don't fail to see them, only x1 .00. CASE. KING & WODZITZKI. tRTMIrlAA. PRINIl ANr. SW. ANIDBRlI . M. I).. . M. " PHNriCA. r...a.t 4N&* t,. .,t4Hgt R. o ti. l aud ; Stuck lirr,w,"r. HBtik hl.ck Oa hours r-. t, li i. n,. : tJ I, m. :.a I l t. iener, . fo,rm .rl. e.ruplondi hs ) r. FI" l,. RI. . U. . REDD. PHYSII 'IAN AND SREI.FtJN. O(te at W. E. Savares' Drus Store.. . Whitny. DENT Street over Str.ekerwrrw Natonal Hanu guaranteel auil at reas*uable priers. 9rTIST rmeetng at Baptist b'hurrch. cu and Palmer streets. tebbatb Eie..o Nl a. m. (latrday.) Preaching mervia 11 a m. alga Sunday eving at iB. Er metua Wedueeday evening. Mission gl metan ~ndatday evening. AIl ace ia '. N. Martin. Pastor U EO...

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

"SE DAILY JOURNAL am carrt, niNomrAxA. e.ry 3eeag tas eep Sunday. Tersm of Babecription. ar MAIL, IN ADTAnc. rnTAaaO PAID. -iF oearl e a............. .510.400 lt a, six mnw tl ................ . d.00 itoa. one month ............... . 1..0 Searrier, every evening, at t5 cents per week. waiULIT DITO., TALLOW ?.Aa. nee r . ................................... $3." t . .... .. ............ ..... 2.141 o " MYothe ............................... . 1.(0 Monday. july 2. 1884. Qtr-r VIroRIA has just entered upon the fifty-eighth year of her reign, and Albert Edward continues to grow old while he ts waiting for a throne. The queen's health is reported to be excellent aad she bids fair to enjoy the longest reign in all history, and a reign that has been remarkable for peace and prosper ity such as has been enjoyed by no other great European power. With the ex ception of the Crimean war. England htis had no great conflict on her hands during Victoria's time. 5pserse I n rvltewltg. A treveler who...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 2 July 1894

JOURNAL WATHERL REPORT. I ' Temp. ld 'Weather. a6. 1 'loud, diah beslr a member mesan below zero. DAILTY OCAL MEAMi. aimam temperature. 74. Malmh m temperaturr. 5.. Miam temperature, 64. Precipitation in last 24 hours, Oit. H. R. BOYNTON, Obeerrer. WErATHER PO3RCA3T. WAUsewoTrow June 30. To ouberver. Miles Citr. Montana: Montana- Fair: warner. HARRINOTON. (:hiefof Weather Bureau. Noai-The .hove forecast is for H hours from a. a., its date Mclntire Merc. Co. THE BIG STORE. Watch this column. You'll see what you want. We do it every summer. sort ,f a profit sharing sale. We offer outr fill line of Jame, Means $3.cou and 5.I oo mcns -hoes at $2.o0. Renienrib-r tihe ,raw, i sta. -d on each ctir \',iu kn:ti, th, "\lclntr," S:.#, )lhoe. ( -tl mlp, , c. I thi -ý;tl- ..'t. , .MlcIntrrc '" $ , - ,, . t], -alt $2.5lt. "M clntir" '.e .,.'. -h,, -t.. ,nll,ed. this salet .%€2. '" FURNISHING GOODS. ol, -'. an1!, -- a::l r.; pu ar m ade, _ . ... - I r ý.l' price 2 pair for 2.c" M t n - K '. , K 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. — 2 July 1894

HihbK ol d ih Laveaiag Powr.--Late U.S. Gov't Report s*aking ~ ~'~ll-srustle~ LX4 "WNW ýSu .. ~...... -"e was the best surveyor and drafts tm Ia my employ," said a well known eil eaglneer, referring to a man whom e had just discharged. "I discovered a shees time ago that he was keeping a pvaote notebook. and after notifying bim that he must stopit and again learn tog that be was continuing the practice I was obliged to discharge him. "A surveyor." said he, "in doing a lIes of work makes minutes as he goes along of the lines he runs. of the various ants marking the bounds of the lands s is rveying and all such data as is not only necessary for the drawing of his plans, but also incidentally that which may aid him in the can of any other survey being made later on. "This data, you see, really constitutes a sort of capital 3r stock in trade, for if the party owning the land ever wishes aother survey of it for any purpose he will naturally apply to that same sur veyor, who. having these...

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. — 3 July 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 249. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, JULY 3. 094. PRICE FIVE CEN1S A TEN STRIKE FOR 4th JULY. A stylish, perfect fitting, rightly tail ored. Summer Suit. All wool. Round cut. square cut, double or single breasted. Just the thing to wear on the 4th. Don't fail to see them, only 1 1 c.00. CASE KING & WODZITZKI. rWTairlA rm. PW. ANDRa . V. u.. c . c. Sand 11 Stuck tirourra Hank bl,.rk or 0 t, 10 a. mn.. t t.. a., an, 7 1, , f.rmrrly rueaungd byl)r. Foh. SOP ICJANAND ItRUEON. 06.. at W. Z. Savaer. Drug Storr. Whiaeop, 6 DENTIST. nSyt ever enekgrnwers National Rank guaranteed and at rerasuable prier. C.URCVWA;M. at Daptiat ('huc. ear. a trteata. Rebhath Sehual . . MaRa. yde Pastar. aem. J. Uoatt Miller, Paser.. i a met. e hoar "obof th le .UpRear Gorner .1 estbs Ri ead wt.**F:vle. Smcap.u. SCW OW=. CALLING TO ARMS. Judges Wood and Grosscup Is sue an Injunction Restrain ing the Strikers. iassed Both I pun the Mail and laterstate (eamas-erce laws ...

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. — 3 July 1894

'! I DAILY JOURNAL titer estt, mouriNA. s3owr s3v .g Kzeep Sunae.s Teresa of Subscription. 31 MAIL, IN LDANCZ. PTAOB PAID. te CITI eas.Calazas. Spearrier. evert eenai, at 25 cents per week wramsT. anaIow. was.Low Pr ars. A.. .. ... .. . .. 1.1A1 Tuesday, July :1, 1894. A Brave 3.seber. -e amthor of the Bresimana Ba bmi," Mr. C. G. Leland. was living m MDmesh, oppo-ite a miedieval taverrn called the Orier-Pohinger. His land lady was a nHie old Poul. with tvw iaughters. On the ground floor of the house w"xs a store in which cut lery and f., wurk' were sold. Early one morning Leland and en triend were sitting on a bench befo' dhe tavern. waiting for a stag-'J a ' takc them out of town. Sullleni: bang' tang' crack: was heard fr ni the IreworkA. and puffs of smi1) were seen coming out of the burstin. windows. The hiunt store was on fire. It was full u: rockets. crackers and other freworks. In the back store there was a barrel of gunpowder. whicih Mr. Lela-d had seen a few days be fwoe wh...

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. — 3 July 1894

JOURNAL WKATRR REPORT. ete K Temp. Wind Weather. S 4 M .. .... TINW 'buedy o na2 ... .. W .I loudy dash before a number memas below zero. DAILI LOhcA unan. waaimum temperature, 4. Minimum temperatar . 5. Meaa temperature, 6. Precipitation in last U4 hours. 4i. H. R. BOYNTON. Observer. WUATHER FORECAST. WAseseoTsN. Jute !I. To observer. Milea City. Montana. Montana- Fair: warmer. IARRINOTON. thief of Weather Bureau. Nors-The above forecast is for U hours trom Ia. m.. its date Mcntire Merc. Co. THE BIG STORE. Watch this column. 1 ou'll -cc what you want. We do it svr uummrr . rt of a profit sharing alc. We offet our rti lint of lanw M(an- tf $.'$C) i aA 5 o nt.. -h' at F2. O. Ittmllnill. t the' pm lb tin ' on cuahl pEt 1".u kn.. th" 11 In lrt :, S s h .' t ttrt . M1 IT: r t $2.5" .1. tir, ýI. L tn $2." this<r$2fl FURNISHING GOODS. enl ' Kn .!e K to an no e 4 hi lr I..t r.'. . "I i~ son. thP y arg-!..q tn am .b bedA and tt. ri lcd t''p-rcall CLOTHING. Yoit- -.uitj. t pin L- o rth .,...

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. — 3 July 1894

3igbgggh an isLeaveig ilPower.LaLZst U. & Gov't Report R*IPowder Ahý@WTELV MINE__ Seaeateletty Ia Literary Taste. Custoes whims are occasionally shown k aee at the Public library. There t was a woman who regularly every Fri- a &y came for a volume of sermons. She .4 ant mind whose aermons, LWr what t rte .abject, so loug as they were reli a diacoursesof some sort. Monday would come back, return the ser aaus and take out a novel to unbend Lr mind until the next Friday, when t the sermonsw:uld again bein demand. There was another woman who wouls' never read anything but a religious I novel, as she called it, not such a ,ie I as "Ben-Hur' or one with a particular I religious tenet to inculcate, but a book I with a clergyman as its chief cbaractsr. Swinburine "Heavenly Arcana e was read daily for years by an eccen- I tric old gentleman. He would draw the book. keep it two weeks, return it with his place marked and call early I the next morning to take it nut again. ae never took...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 5 July 1894

_THE YELLOWSTONE___JOURNAL._ VOLUME XII. NO. 25o. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY. JULY 5* i8$. PRICE FIVE C3UM A TEN STRIKE FOR 4th JULY. A stylish, perfect fitting, rightly tail ored, Summer Suit. All wool. Round out, square cut, double or single breasted. Just the thing to wear on the 4th. Don't fail to see them, only 1 3 1 0. 0. CASE. K1N9 4 WODIITIII. LW. ANDRISt. M. U,. t'. M. Or A .,r- an /u At.ck.Lt y M.ad7t Olaca" atE. Nava.ru).aot V.r.h USS R.Wbta . U. 3DENT'IST. ftata Utreet a,., Nk.ekgrowar. National Bank wark sua~aaotsd and at rraaonahla priesa. £a~ VESTIUT u s s a at D a he htaba- 8 1 10 1a c. an t. >w a. Watudav) Prsasbiso marvil. C. N. mast"a Pants. ý (Car¢ aetr Us !s=ti a.nd (waw.w, ssstsaai Bra (3. V. Rydse. Pastor. VIAN Chamab8 Carnsr Mala Siant ~a aAv ssa. Ss,,Isa Barninys at U e.m. t p.m. Rav. J. Usolt MUMis. Paster. . lt~~eet ka.4 mat, stan d ummas of thea rn1k. Uhub'i Mei~iaaat 7 p Nat . U mapew and tld Va 3%IMOA THE -STRIKE. All of the Federal Army in the So...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 5 July 1894

iYEDAILY JqJUtI~IAL MI. CMl, MONTANA. D sty Uwala Us:..s Uuday. Terms of Subscription. -R MAIL. IT ADY AUCU P061*03 PAID. *mwhr. e. .r, .eveing, at 25 cent. per week. W IJaL UDITION. TULLOW CAPES. aim ow ....... ....... ....... ... ").1 1.1 Thursday. July 5. 1804. A Smrae Reacher. The author of the - Breitmann Be rids," Mr. C. G. Leland. was livin; - Muanich. opposite a mediteval tav4'I. Cmlled the Oier Pollinger. His land lady was a nice old soul, with t-. daughters. On the ground floor ot the house was a store in which cu: ery and tireworks were sold. Early one morning Leland and friend were sitting on a bench beft" he tavern, waiting for a stager ii to take them out of town. Sudden;' bang: bang' crack: was heard ft, the fireworks. and puffs of smoi. were seen coming out of the burstiil windows. The frout store was on fire. It wa full of rockets, crackers and othel Ireworks. In the back store the;. was a barrel of gunpowder, whic. Mr. Leland had seen a few days be Sore when buying...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 5 July 1894

JOVUNAL WEATURa REPORT. arm ~Tentp. Wflin Weather. 4 SJ I. ..jhrwatutoio a OUI .. " I 4alm Part Iloundy daah before a numlmrrnerahe b.Iw wru. ItAIC. LOCAL. UBANa. maximum ttomtnlrertur.-. %4. Minimum ternpereture. Mean temtoeratur'.:_ l ItC..ry,"r. WeATHI~t IttkI4A.IT. Wetnuietiit+n. Jull) S. Momiana - Fair: HAIIRINHTON. iliiefiof Weather Buareau. N~om-Tha ahove forecast is for 36S hour. .ro 1 a. 1 in.. a.lt 10O Meii an.d E36yE Walitecd to Buy a New Suit of Clothes for the 4th of July Celebration. SPECIAL REDUCTIONS from tonight till after the glorious Fourth on all of our MEN'S and BOYS SUITS. You may POSSIBLY want a New Shirt, Necktie, or Hat, or possibly a new pair of shoes. If you do want any of these articles come in and see what LOW PRICES we are making on them. DON'T FAIL to see our MEN's S 1.$O SHOE. J. W. WA.T EOT. McIntire Merc. Co. THE BIG STORE. W~atch tbi. cE h~lumf You' II c what poll want. r1'c d1u it Vitrr suminuu r. tort tit ft «"c .ffci tour n.11line i f jIunic, at...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 5 July 1894

Ughint od an in Leaeing power,--Latest U. S. Gov't Report ~*wv~vPoUSS umeetrsilty L Blaterny Taste. Carious whims are occasionally shown bpeaders at the Public library. There was a woman who regularly every Fri. day came for a volumeof sermons. She did not mind whose sermons, r.wr what the subject, so long as they were rlil gslus discoursesct some sort. Monday she would come back, return the uer mums sad take out a novel to unbend her mind until the nest Friday, when the sermons would again be in demand. There was another woman who would never read anything but a religions novel, as she called it, not such a ine as "Hen-Hur" or one with a particular religious tenet to inculcate, but a book with a clergyman as its chief character. Swinbnrnes "Heavenly Arcana' was read daily for years by an eccen tric old gentleman. He would draw the book, keep it two weeks, return it with his place marked and call early the next inoruing to take it ont again. He never t, k any other I... from the lib...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 6 July 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE _JOUHNAL. VOLUME XIT NO. 25a. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1894. PRICE FIVE CEV. Gents' Underwear. Now is Your Ohance. CASE. KIM A WUIITIkI. *W. .NbL. NDR M. 1)., 1. M. it 2 Suck (Itourre Hfank bhokk t., I10i. .. 2 in (p. m.. anml i7 t seore. ,fo.rm.-b moruima.l by Dr. Fish. P tMII'IAN AND MUMUKOOKN. Ostee at W. K. Hawing.' Dna Store. hine.v DENTIST. maiStreet over Storkarorers Natiunal Beak .rk areateed and at rseueeble prisee. Cuv><Cti.. Dom i ý maeelsg at Baptist Chieerb. m«"(ý ~ s~ rr. ýrsm ~eth Babe .C.A.M.Jletl. rester. (0. N. EIders. Peesr. SChrek Corner aelrs t !I'Eifl £J.eeu. Bervise. Mandaun at U tlp "ýý77ýýýý 7 ý te a. J. Geott 11W.. Pestor. r e. Cdee wer me1t. an. hser atet~e the lo 'I Us , mrsets.I. WB ri th W*t" " e r tnr. Irr l udr 1i %6 TO ARMS. President Cleveland has Issued A Proclamation for aoo,ooo Mea. 0.,0o UIen Have. . lInteere.d and Are Under Armn-Gen. Mile. Hung is Ea-y is Chicago. WAr.fm.TO, I). C.. I p. . n.July 6. President C...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 6 July 1894

WEg DAILY JOURNAL IgL CTt, MONTANA. mweet USemlug seepa Sunday. Thrm , of Sbertiptous. SMAIL. IN ADTA.UC. POaTAOG PAID. r t ·M , one ye r ..................... iU).u 3.e st11....... .............. . oe rmoth ............. . l. To CITT ecsJRIBERgS. inlrler. every evening, at I2 cents per we-k. WSLT EDmoN. T.LLOW PAPER. Friday, July 6.1894. I MYSTERIOUS ELECTRICITY. Le Iman mId May Never O $ ,ve tr. Problem of What It IL To the metaphysical mind on the oani amnd and to the confident ignoramus or. ;le other the mysterious nature of elec ,eir-- of~rs a fruitful subject of specu To the latter especially it seenm ir, that the true nature of elec hAs not l.ng before been nmao.c aet'I-st. and he is always prepared ,. dash off an explanation with much m. -e confid.nre, than Newton proposed hLi theory of cravitation. It seems inexph sble to the public at large that the mi tery surrounding electricity is not di pelled. It does not seem to occur t: those who are impatient to have t l, great que...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 6 July 1894

JOURNAL WATlrER 3RPORT. eter. Temp. Wind Weather. 4 . 1..| e.... WE . breateeing I .m 01.. . . 611'aim l, Pnlmd" dash before a number means below zrn.. DAILT LOCAL NIAN5. aszimum temperature. 44. Minimum temperature. 59. Mean temperature, .2 Precipitationu i lat . 4 boar.. 04. H. H. HOW)YNTN. Otberver. WEATHER FOREi AST. W1ANINGTOIN, Jul) 1. Too hserver. Males t'ity. Montana: Mos,ana- Fair: HARRINGTON. C(hief of Wether .orean. Nova-The above foreast is for 3a h.ron from a. im.. its date Mclntire Merc. Co. THE BIG STORE. Watch this column. You'll -c what you want. We do it evt'rv ' unI e.r ,ort ,o ;a profit ,haring .ah \V." offert , .r t,'i l - of ltrte M ans ; K.lnI' $. r, Tmens -ho at A2 O. \T i ,l a wI , r ' , .-; 1 th 1- -t:, ,' lof FURNISHING GOODS. ma, i " .. l.,,ur ! ,r "J.r ,,(l, 'r . n I"III , 1:' hL r -.:. t : . ' .-I pi r !' n ,thol . / s it., .in'. ,i TC.r ,",,n. ti v- .d .- 1, high . o,, ! CLOTHING. Y1 , , t . .. . ,. , -. v.,,rt, $ J t ' , ' r '.ti ,. th . - a- worth il...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 6 July 1894

1BHrt d eai i I. Lveiu Pogwei.-latm U. S Gov't Report RVIP& ".wU~EsV PURE -. HE PAID THn:Y DFBT lad WIe a Nlee ULttle net IFr a Frtea, .et se. A good story is told of the forgetful Smae of a certain Richard Scott. He met. a wealthy friend of his at the Saturn elub one day and said: "Oh. Bronsone! Just the man I want. ed to see! Lend me $10. will yon? I left my wallet homne." Mr. Bron-one gave him the money. and with an ainno'ld expression on his face told Mr. s%.itt he'd remind hiiu of the lIan in ca.-e It slippeld his memory. Two weeks went by. and one day jr Bronsone gently referred t t the la.. which was promptly pail by Mr. k ott. A few nights later he again w..tt up to good Mr. Scott and e,,.gnu: "Of cotr-e. you know, Si't. It'-a thing I hate to sl..k of. 1.i; , -;.r borr.we.l $10 of n.- a hittl- over w~. leeks ago. and if y.,u CI'a"- "My dear sir,"' returneil Mr Scott, "you really mu-t pardon tme. 'i Jl"*'r memory play' n. fnio . : ,Often." An! be took $10 fruint h llpocke...

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