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

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 2s6. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JULY z3, I8$$. PRICE FIVE CENK Sents' Underwear. Now is Your Chance. CASE KING & WODZITZKI. *W. ANDI~LS. M. 1).. ('. M. w, PutCtAN. 'joreom AND AcovKCamLL L. so ? .ck Gropershank bkwrk. N ..formnerly " mupiud by:Dr. Fish LbAAN ANDS SCOWNY 'DENTIST. igoaraataed and at reaauaabi. prieea. a.M.Sabbttatialbe s a ,r e l l. N . M a rt in , P a a e e r , I m eevef 7 S uea dap se~sr t 7Jdfak.G.M. Rider, Peast. Nit33A Uhurn ('grari Male Offte 'MmaAvmene. Ser~iees Smadara at 11 Ra". J. Seatt Kilwe. Peetor. uasi~am ho 7.the eiag esene.. Corn. ertai of te iaseth. Himb Meaat ý*am.ds fihe alo l at p. a. Yepape 11. ... m now"ho dm hiJ1*1 DECLARED OFF. This Morning Debs Declared The Strike O1 Except Original Pullman. Fields. The Lmvlngsteae Murderer Was a Ranged at 3I1 this Mermuag-Prea dergrast at Neen Teday. ST. PAUL. July 13, 1.30 p. m. -The 1 strike, except original Pullman. ordered I off by Debt this morning. The gen...

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 July 1894

HE DAILY JO U RNAL MUL. CIT. MONTANA. Bwery :.waag Exept Ruaday. Terms of 8BbsaripUon. MCAIL. I ADANCE. PSTAO PAID. Zdt oa, n year .. .. ...... gio.0o six mo t .. I to one mon th........ . . 1. TOCITY .UmcaiwaamA. SSorrier,. eery evening, at T cents per week. WELT EDITION. TELLOW PAPER. T Far ... . . Ju. ;i.0) Mouth. ................. to) Fri 'ay, July 13. 1894. UNCLr s kM S WINE CELLAR. M D.,ee't ir!c c'., '.et Aso itt. LessMeEUs ,.e i on j.d. A 6 " ne pervades the place. ` Tebse te ft l ee t the tomb. The ma.'d wwiJ tie we aireclcs .nturies sway. T : ir is cceitl and "c thin~, find thre - ' . 1 *at an ictri ate CoLc.it, a "I -ul. Inws cpn the UaG ivs. iu: " ci tihc arch, s. says i Writer in t P --t ii t ' tald. iiiele- rib. -.g the wnue n'Uitc Lndi r ci b 'toO eatom bhose. i. f'1tter bucnlir..ad of t-, r-. wn Bc - t Ia isoily': I.. iu the- , i.l' like I . e cC.ent ( :cit , in the . 1 .* run . - some, arcl:.c i. .c-t .~i. . c dhiw tbrouglh ti accccnI:. 1L. : " . - tiriesan'i i a .....

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 July 1894

Thozm c ire acknowledged to be better igency for Miles City for these ('he Young Woman's, Black on] E. extra quality and extra leng We also have the Schillings )opular. Don't fail to see THE lurability. We have them in a. Come in and see them. JOURNAL WKATMUS RKPORT. ster. Temp. Wind Weather. f 89 0 .. ..... m'alm te I1 I207, . N W . 'lear dash before a number means below tere.. DAI!.! LAMAL MUAWS. Uazimum temperature. l'). Minimum temperature. 70. Mean temperature, A*. Preripitation in lact 24 haure. Ut. H. H. HO'aNTttN. Observer. WKATHER FbtRF tfAiT. WA aaIrona. Jal 1:t. To observer. Males fits. MNntana Montana- Fair. warmer: HARRINOTON. t'bief of Weather Bureau. UorT-The above forecast is far a taburs bhm G a. m.. its date Mclntire Merc. Co. THE BIG STORE. "Happy Home" Batgains. 1ht -Ir liii . I .n " 6077 ( er 'r.ritc t l ;ell IV, d... $9.;"/ l.,,. $ il D3ry ~CA-c1 . CORSETS. Ii t. I ~1 ,I *r. id.c ., .' P'iiriitture. Mattrelem.Om. "º~ .\ ru.a1ik tit .1.,, art Nc' ( lur hair ntit...

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 July 1894

Highest of an iL Inveming Power.-Latest U. & Gov't Report am.up PbRer LIESOSY IN INDIA. h... theA.m as to.1k. orwge. ai Prup a.i1.. .r the DI...... h has often been popularly said eat shh eating is a main cause of lIprosy. and some scientific men holld the opinion that fish introduce the bacillus into the stomach or stitnu late it to activity when it already r. sidesin the tissues. Against this th< wry, popular and scientific, there a: the facts that no bacilli have bcs discovered in fish: that castes whi& Never touch fish furnish their d1u contingents of lepers, and that ti disease is not more rife in duitr bordered by thesea and by large rr wea than anywhere else. On the o" h or hand leprosy at common in hi tract. where fish is * very rare ar tcle of food. Mr. C. Conybea'v, who some ti'ti ago was apprenensive that leprt ,y was due to the high price of salt. wi' be much relienvd to hear that by statistics to which no excepti ion ceu be taken on the ground of inacturn: th...

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 July 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 257. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, JULY z4, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENI. TELEGRAPH. Deb's aalietl.. CHIcAnO, July 13.-President Debe aent out the following bulletin on all ef fected lanes tonight. rebuking the As sociated press end general managers as sociation for sending out the premature report that the strike had been de dlared off and ordering the men back to work pending arbitration. "Damaging report," said Mr. I ebs. "was given, and when our men know the true facts it will only increase their determination to wia." Alan. "that the spirit in which anlmated this prevaricating report would prove that the general managers association, through the aseraciated prmes. would win whether by fair means or foul." Special m a1e! Sents' Underwear. Now is Your Chance. CASE KING & WODZITZKI. PUTSICIA WE. U .ANDIUU. M. D)., C. U. I E~I r'IAN AND SUIGUON. OaatLSavawsee Drug Store. * btsf D3NT1S?. I fbs.t over UtoekgroanNaina Bn geereetred sad at reseume...

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 July 1894

IHE DAILY JOURNAL mU. ors. t oUYANA. seee, ,swealaw Rae*p Seaday. S srse of Sulseription. 35 AI, IW AMANCU. PMTAA PAID. Wdits.., one Tear .. ......... SIi.. 5 . diltS.., sift months ....... . t.I.. Uditiom. one mont . t........ 1.III To Crry sasetiaxs. *p earuuer. every evening, at 25 cents per week. WUiELI WIT OW, TALWW APEAS Saturday. July 14. 1804. AN AUTOMATIC UGHTMOUS. me.e Is Me Keeper. but the *rtrts ULgha Blase. Perpetually. A reasarkable lighthouse is the one Which sheds its warnins ray* from an es taryof the Gironde. in Fr-nice, where it haords upon an isolated r ilk in the midst ft a treacheruw' :eet. The peculiarity of tis lighthouse :± that it is unoccupied. ad yet its tanitp ii Unrniin. perpetually. The fatnous Eddyst. one li'hit on the coast a England. ro-ili.t ri, a r.sck that is anly large enough to aft. ri a fou:latioii for the .tructure, is ri:w r .-i :u-, the men hfl 1in it in c.,r ire .tide ti leave their runfitedl.l qur' r, only .nic bn three umionf us. wlnt .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. — 14 July 1894

JOUBEAL WMATMH RmUPar. eter. Temp. Wind Weather. Mt el 4m .1 as aim 'bm t. M l TluI 77.. W 7N lear dash before a number means below sero. DAlTY LOEAL ECAUa. maximum temprrattur.. 1t9) Minimum temperuturrt. r. Mean trnmprratur,. Preeip.tation. u lat .t bourn, ill. fl. k. HIIIY\TIºN, Obtetrver. Wr4ATHER Ia~ tlkrciT. 00b. WAAHINGTON, July I.. To observer. Milo Il sy. Moutann Montana- Fair. warmer IIARlINEITON. (hit f of Weather lnreau. Morg-The abo.ve foreeant is for .m hours Cti a. m.. Its date McIntire Merc. Co. THE BIG STORE. C~loth~ing-. "Happy Home" Bargains. Our hIItply I no It, 0oI, plitot ni 'litp tr i: /, alcpp l ion 1' lý1 1~ pr ace rt. : 1 ! \ $9.5"; Isrl t ; i lt ,.t ý ! 11 < I Irr I pro 1' $1 1)11 Dry" Ooote. CORSETS. t ilt I : i 'Lit k *i Il J e 'uilrzituare. Masttremmea. qize .\ ftkli fir `t .tI- t rth b down 1 t~ $2IN?. Our hair m1.tt1th . 2pa the bert we roultl tinat. it it duct-I praces fit ft u J.t All thit '.tapl: thing` in turn, sure ait IIJwL't rint c'. Ii AT T...

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 July 1894

v is Lemming Powar-Latest U. S. Gov't Report Powder ASSOWUELY PUP. /Islaisa.g a Psesesleet 5.11e A sepeartition very prevalent among Wekhleamee Is the injuzions effect sup 1 to be exe'cxsed by the son's rays.' abUing upon their tools. The best tools Made for tus In tropical countries are aubjected to exactly the same amount ed Iagpariag as those made for home oe, although they are to be used una 6w a greater beat. A beat greater than any which reaches thie earth from the sun would be re wuired to affect them. No metallic or other matter is equal fy eneptible to beat as the sand of wbich the suil of the desert of Scinde I. India, is composed. It has beet !band heated by the sun to almost 200 degrees F. lint to affect the temper ti steel more than double this temp'raturs Is required. In the steel nst for a lanest the t, wperatnrs of the metal mtud be brought to 4.0 degrees, in ra sems and surgical inetriuntuts ti 450) de peus, in pt-kniv e to 4;' d..reae. in scissors and chisels .' :*...

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 July 1894

THE YELLOWSTNE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 258. MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, JULY z6, 1894. p* p3C ýV - JU, ----.~Prc )V tea Gents' Underwear. Now is Your Chance. CASE KING & WOZITZKI. WSqm I UtuoArrn cm I . t.D1.. e..2to 4. a.. andIt. t rimndmm Seem~rg a.eeeid by Dr. V.ab C. M. N l. Pm.t.v. S.~ ~ Us.* A. AL IL I· L.NLr, I 71_ IL~ EVERYTHING QUIET. Ah Railroads are Reported as Running Both Passenger and Freight Trains. A mas Uhes Wilbe Ia the Ast er seedina Fire to a Brlge.-A Perty Feet Bldg. BIarned Near LinagpNte. HBarNA, 13 m. July 16--The strike situation keaio uaebanpd, excitement is dying out and all roads are running both pseenger and ftright trains. No riots or disturbances are reported. A Was ibet. Missoita. July 1.-Near Hops. Idaho, yesterday Charles Johneon, belonging to colored troop A. doing guard duty on the Clarke Fork of the Columbia bridge. shot and instantly killed an unknown man who was saught in the act of set. ting fire to the bridge. .1ensa aDenrd. I.izv'ororo...

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 July 1894

gg IAIIY. JO mana mvC. Um.uXA. rma of osswur ps . N anl., KU asYawcs. oesasea PAID. ,roe em .u smrme. . t5asdler. eyepr ...lels, atD s eas. per week. 1352305 r WLLOWlllf PAPL. Moaday, July 16, 18194. T3 OTrEK aiDE. A feow days ago we published a tele gram from Livingston stating that Capt. Lockwood had had acme trouble with one of Livingston'a citizens while on his trip west with his company. guarding a Northern Pacific train. We entertained at the time grave doubts as to the state moent made. so we published the usame of the sender. who is the editor of one of Livingston's papers. Sunday the first train from the west. since the railroad strike was inaugurated. arrived iin our city,.bringing eye witnesses of the scene at Livingston. and from accounits we he liave Capt. L-ockwocl was justified in doing what he did, as he run against a man looking for trouble. anl the captain merely took the fight out of him. The vile language used was not by the cap tain, as reported. but by the man ...

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 July 1894

JUWU3iAL WVATU3 StllW. dasblM a nurmbr, muas below .o I Iams Lu.c.& *ai. f OBEria= er tan. ft. WiiaTm temperatm. si. Msura smpfrstar, M. Prolita I. last . M ours. M. . a. BOWNION, WEATHUK VU oW;rAI. WWssueaoe, usry I. eebserar, M'I'. CIty, Mustami: MeaCtee--T r, Colder: -ews-The aboe ovu reast I for homrn am s a. m.. lts dae Mclntire Merc, Co. THE BIG STORE. Olothin lg. "tt NM" Naples. Our "Happy lome" suit. No. t 600t. price on sample card S15.oo; sale price $12.00. "hlappy homc" sack .uit No. C 6077. Guaranteed all Wool, price regular 12.50o; Sale Pr:ce $9.50. Great lot of Sweet, ()rr & Co.'s Workingmen's l'ants: special price $1.00. CORSETS. The "Imperial." our regular $2.0o Corset; for a few days 75c, black or drab. Splendid line of Dress Goods; double fold, half wool, good line of colors. 2kc. Handkerchiefs worth 25c. down n 1lc. Mattresse. Cotton t.'.. mjsl.askay tick. full size A really first class article downi to$2.(s. Our hair mattress, 2 pieces, is the best we cou...

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 July 1894

Hibdat of . Loam P au-L ui U.L Gov't Report r s f s afIOI RWOYNi M¶ TWO SIDES. 1 eagbe a Dlereume nmew wiot semi. t poits To lee a Ma. 0 Voan umer-You seem to be in prt. C Spod spirits today. 0 mo-s.-I ought to be. I jut got my I Asi dividend from a little thing I went I into a short time ago. Great thing. old c Von Blumer-Glad to hear it. I e- d Ssteer clear of those things myself. I iao-I do, too, but this was as oi. t sption. Chance to make some mossy If you want to. Von Blumer-Big money? inago-Well, I put in 600, msd it' worth 000 today. Von 1. amer-Five hundred dollars' I Why didn~lt you put in more? Bingo-All I had. You wouldn't care a to go in with me, would you? a Von LBluiner-Well, if it's a good thing. a Of course I always want to make good I investments, and it's hard to know just I where to llace your capital. But there a ' o objec' old man. in putting in a pal- I try $500. Bing--By Jove, you're just the mans I'm looki,g for. How would a $,000 in ss-tmeiit -trike youn? V...

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. — 17 July 1894

THE LOWST JOURNA OLUME XII. NO. 259. MILKS. CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, JULY 17, x8p4. PRICE PI i m Bents' Underwear. Now is Your Chance. CASE -K - V' W.ANDf I Mb C ýi~ý MC.lr U. 4L l I"" WOO Sr. U., h P - 3~3=CITmft=CIJ~ P ljliii=·~CIiF~~ A BIMETALLIC PEN The BW Which Starts Utah To ward Statehood Will Be Signed, Wan. It ums" se. Ta Weork 1 Wil as p MestteS o it New hIle CapItal, a Aslerkleet MSeveslr. WsausaTorN, Judly LS.-PAg Se- tary Thurber has in his custody at the White house gold pen seti a silver holder. The implement is, from the ar* timan's staedpla, a *ue lac, i at work, but if it fulll its i flidh it Will never be dipped in ink bt once. That will be on Meeday, July 16 1116, l and it will in scribe the same of Grover Cleveland oe a parchment headed: "An act to easble the people of Utah to form a coustitu tiou and state government and to be an -ned to the salesa asa n qual l4bsgg .li the alegil stats." iP e. Rawlino.f the territory of Uta, whose eorts were largely lnstrumenta...

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. — 17 July 1894

SnDAIL NJOINAL - prses of ssbseriiwo'. maim r s aysacs poetes pain . , . eorussecsam. ieasl5. e mee a ee n s, at so pe.r wek. .. ............. .... .. ..... vto IMe weawasms onr aes. The asparts of the commercial ageba sle da the business of the past week are a aub ip good when the existence of owa d the most gigantic strikeson record is o.nsiis~ed. The volume has been restricted, at coure. but not so much as might have been expected. The num her of failures for the week is actually about one-third less than for the tcores poding week of last year. Dun & 'Co.. ay that "when the circumstances are dqly weighed the strength and sound 5 Of buelsnes in tb@ Lcountry duralng the past two weeks are amazing." Pricec of wet and of stocks have held up well. iogI Ublic conlidence in the ulti- 1 maI settlement of the present labot troubles on a just beass. The firmness shown by the federalgovernment and ite promptness in puttangdown mob violence with the strong hand has undoubtedl) ipt,ý e f...

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. — 17 July 1894

.taOu . w sweawe s ther,. as·s m . s. san. a..m, gms s., a Pesmiphsa is olag hamme M. R.3. OI. NON, wa ta .ma m. Wsma,. Jts 17. ToI m ab r, MsCIW(. U . Noem--fle .? holws es Io Is. a hosts 1 b..*es....tsmei. Mcltire Mr. Co. THE BIG BTOQ E. "m ~kp a." . O()r "Hiappy Home" suit, No. 6ooi, price on sample card $15.oo; sale price $1200. . "llappy Home" Sack Suit No. 077;. Guaranteed all Wool, price regular $12.50; Sale Pr:ce S9.so. (reat lot of Sweet, ()rr & Cp.'s Workingmen's Pants: special price $1.00. CORSETS. The "Imperial." our regular I2.ou Corset; for a few days 7.7c, black or drab. Splendid line of Dress Goods; double fold, half wool, good line of colors. 20r. Handkerchiefs worth 25c, down o 10*. Wuriiailture. lattrmmesses. Cotton top, Amaskeay tick, full size A really first class article down to $2.00. Our hair mattress, 2 piacls, is the best we could fiad; at reduced prices for a few days. All the staple things in furni ture at lowest prices. AT THE BIG STORE 4 THE DALLY J...

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. — 17 July 1894

3irt g(el b L..wil 1ww..- U. S. Gov't Report Il m rlo :rt-~IUY CJ . M**o*s* !slue. alm t all sucessful phyelcls he at some time platd' their liis 'bjopardly to experiment on them ivess Drugs, poisons and natrotais Sthe Mfardltoe hbjecte of experi meats, and pbymsiianss boast that11 my obscure hernew have laid down S rtv in the interests of science b_-I their calculations failed. A 9 J cisa, while traveling w ith his wife, was fered Iw . t hl the cholera districts Ias~ e s a He had a new the my of his own for the cure of chol Mad hip wife was in a fever ",f ed over the chance of infection. This man inoculated himself with gt as of cholera. and thea, wit) tw* l iM'attendants, isolated himself b the rest of the world and put s. theory into practlce. having left i>n-.e directions for his treatment re delirium set in. In a week he A oartd. Shortly after his wife - strrikeg , and he conddently ap his remedy. Ps wife died. an.t bi'brer again tried his discovery. -p this day hedoes not k...

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 July 1894

°, i.. ."i~ ·..x -· ( Y - .-1 I ,u : . - , , , -' ; -. -- , ·. , .,' , vO.LUME XE. NO. ab. MsILRs CITY, .MOTA3IA. WEDNESDAY. JULY a, 4a.nmc~ _.,. \. ., ,_.l l L. ,_w ·;.P J ,. .~~f a·, ·t~,,, 7._'.j YOU . IJTWNGP Wbv pay so0 outs fbr an article you can buy from us for 40 o ent TWe are saving your neighbor dollars, WHY NOT YOU? " W'hy. S. ur 2 cent PBagain Counter will interest You. P CASE r- . .. . ý. - r. r) *a U '-r I .1 :7r * it:_ ' · SLAUHHTER! Deadly Results of aas tplooioa of a Hotchklss Gas at Chicago. we. uiea hr. £31.4 mad Was Me.g AL. Imis Want T.eepe Are .ea4g Mewed. CscAao. Jw1 17.-- a lssiattmched to a H.tohkhas s han ekaq lattery F. f artillery, epleded at 1:90 o'ddk today at the .amer of Grmd aNd Oak wood howrlerd. The de4 g iareL wae take lI charge by th. e.dies mad acoeme to the asese of the aeoldeat wars at dof whil rge.ou wer.att.adig the iljured. The troop mad bttery were a charge d Opt. Dood, d the 7th eaairy,sad were proasedlg tame the lahe uet to mew uartere 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. — 18 July 1894

i ar the Ww biu we I MS the two Afe i hev~p ta their tt vl. M + w am -tsWrrlaptbiy she dlw . hep I. seam .13wig b* a fibe pert the wit M6, S. N ahiut. It M a uea f aeb u saptain start r~bIt.asawe o thpo e O itf it sYyý y a Me k allibiabkctaoua Mid I.wwpa with the Democratic _ w. Ilia b emeduia that the maNNlabwrd. tor ft seer. i " tl Mw "Wat.I. what Over s s -Ib - to pa t h185. na s overpsatwi by.oa it il h :- u inktet $, the Demo Mou h- s r iS mo the Isgiti et s weesLdasd p.5s ý Mstd puloemy d barter rM. _ sh os the truetabarebee *ffr eS.ih bens.1· gieres - w&ssPo r dcomactwg per islilfli wi etmin Satereet which have i!= wtS.nwwo or another tro pt a ' mdrity have acor) mU elt º r trskirek (H M:^ A. o 4ms fr aott;. : rhe be"quo is the hbit. ry of I wry bhe womalhgmd I~e mooed ommuati. -' * ·IIts lhesapmf ny Sd waera oe, inte earth Mb aerasd te earm.the 1 mus hayst to yiet dr S- 'D ý ew or , t -metS. ! t ma S.Iii i 8 hew. inbm ,geie S amw molut ebis 5" bern aMsw at belassleft TC ...

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 July 1894

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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 July 1894

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