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

STHE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 261. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JULY '9, 1894. PRICE FIVE CEN1 REX HAMS, tweet. They will not last long. Be sure and get one. REX LARD, purest and best. COTTOLENE, suit able for butter and lard in cooking. Our stock of Gro ceries now complete, all at the usual low prices. CASE KING & O WOOZITZKI. R AW4DtUS . D. ' L Piante.a. omaamns AND Aecovewarn. S and X ft.ek (bows Bak Mah .i'aa bases -ii *toIa.N..2 to"p. ... mand to . forme..rly .eapsu d by.Dr. Fiash. S si is IwAN AND eg UDO0. O8S at . 5 3wesm~ Di e Os tea. do eassmem and at saa weatseme priaabse mamsi im cemhples. * II G.M. Swin. Pstr.. socaruaam. to L. K. mae metsi are andsho a HORROR! Eight Men Blown to Pieces * in a Pennsylvania Mine. An Esplestos ot Two Hundred hateks of Giant Powder :Hurls the aUforta mate. Into Pterauty. HAZI.LTOx. Pa.. July 18.-Two hun dred sticks of giant powder exploded in the midst of a gang of miners at Stock too colliery No. 8 tolay. and not enough o...

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 July 1894

2~EDAILY JOURNAL -s UvU.M MDLVwerivrue Thrdy July 19ii~. 18114.35 ~k not sWasNs A£N Der s a5aL a Returning from a visit to St. Pau dur lag the recent atrile. tips. aiter gads 0"at a sonewhat eszaieratad idea of the atloaden prevailed here. Whatever mea have been the merits of the P.l1 -an strike, and it is universally acoceded !bat it was not without a cause, at no time saince Debe ordered the boycott on Pullman atrs, was there anything but a aeeling of indignation among the people at the outrageous demands of the self appointed dictator. The general mana gers of the western roads. who had !armed a defenslve allinane, known as the General Managers association. saw at esor that complianee with demand of the A. R T. easat&the abdiction of all 4eatrol or management of the business dt their roads In favor of Debe and as promptly decided to accept the issue and make it a fight to a finish in which decis iea they were supported by as unani anea an expreaica of public opsilon as Poaed ...

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 July 1894

rU. 3..lY U Wa.mm. 1*3. b s..4 . i s m U . . 'm . MBTORE * M ' d.6 y Nomea suit, No. foo, price on sample card $35.00; esle price $12.00. "Happy Home" Sack Suit No. 4077. Guaranteed all Wool, price regular 512.50; Sale Pr.ce $9.50. Great lot of Sweet, Orr & Co.'s Woqkiugown's Pants; special prkei $00. CORSETS. The "Imperial." our regular *a.co Corset; for a few days 75c, bleck or deab Splendid line of Dress Goods; double fold, half wool, good line of colors, S2k. Handkerchiefs worth 25c, down to loc. S eltta~feeses. Cotton top, Amaskeay tick, full sue. A really first class article down to $2.00. Our hair mattress, 2 pieces, is the best weciuld Bad: at reduced prices for a few days. All the staple things in furni hsre at lowest prices AT ITE BIG STORE LOCAL ITEMS. C. 4S, Nrtom(-nitar in frorn Knowlton epgth yesaterdIay. W. S. S~nell cawu. down from. Iath atay laet eveneing. lamp'. dabl.aae.s iager beer ~A Del W. F. Dko*.d Mlasaerap. airhead ia the city yaieaday. The r#=&i Waf...

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 July 1894

Highsat .of l Iwa Umim( PowerI-ateat U. S. Gov't Report Ahs*WYK'LY PURE Thi. DEIFIED THE SEETLL view ate / typdtame Came to Regard th D.6aphed ..eetm as Bed.. Primitive observers never suspect ad anything so commonplace as the of eggs in the middle of the the beetle has made. That soir of eplanatlon belongs only to th-' spot mrience. The Egyptiana sit the beetle bury the pellet, and the} paw a mow beetle emerge from it in due time, and they leaped straigh' to the not unnatural conclusion the' here was a case of spontaneous ger oration. The pious scarab, they imag Ined, buried the balls of dirt as they thesamelves buried their mummied dead, and new scarabs sprang from it under the vivifying rays of the en preme sun god, as the glorified body would spring in the end from the dried and withered dust of the hu man mummy. It was as an emblem of the resur rsection then that the scarab attained such immense vogue in the Nile val ley. Nothing "ould be more natural than that a mummy making r...

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 July 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 262. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS UI Have You Tried t. a Bottle of I, Mc~eacham's w: ar be Old Virginia . Li bil SLUFFED A. MANGOES? ;< st ca in 30 K You will find A tr them at CASE KING & !. b Ile WOOZITZkI. tl t I I aa * M. INIHI%.r t Ir. I'.! 1 WI*PH t.1 ý.IIItý"r ta t% \I' A-,,Iaall i Ia. N b.amaa* RH au" Ht"" a'""r ath,u t~lak" pi. {u. Mea~idaau." l.a-a-a l'--') . ga.~ 1 a Itr. tFa.!ý ý 1k. k.i 111111 lii 1 ' -a l ,.IIt It% a\la a Rad-Iaa. taai (Mc t I ~_a""Ir t._ fl Ucan itrat ''a-ar .1. 1.-a-aM aaa Naaa.aala Hank Work £flaraa~taaaa aa1 at n- kaalaaaxhl." aria-a. VI- HI 11- -f ADV'E%TIa4T aaa."taaaa at Hap's-t I h arIl.. a-r.r.W Tanlth andPal ala r .tra.-a-. 'alahmh tlah wdaaa 11t 11* a.%na. atlatardala.- Pr,-aadaamg M~ai-gawa 11:3) a. )pa loo~ Naunda) a.--aaaaau at , ::#. faa Pular mt.rt~aiag Waadna.aaa) arlasingal . Manaaaa ost maeting ataturdataaavaning. .Ut Soaa- Ha vttad tt atanl. . N. Miartia...

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 July 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL MEgDs CITT. MONTANA. Dwery Deeas.g Eusept Sanday. Tesres of Sabscription. sa NAIL, IN ADVANCE. POSTAGE PAID. Edition, one year. ale. Edition. six uonoths ........ s Edition, one month.t.. . 1O CITY OtRCEIBEER5. * Wrrier, every evening, at L% cents per we,. WEELT EDITIO. TELLOW PAPER. Months . . ... ... .. -.i Fridayt July 1 .1N. TARIFF LEGIILATION. Behind the dark cloud of uncertainty segarding taritli legaslatior that the ex icing democratic congress has been fez months piling up. there now shines the bright sun of promise that this utterly useless body will adjourn without per feeting any tariff law. After two week of secret disrussion. the democratic cal ferees of both houses of congress rind an agreement impossible and have called in the republican minority to take part u. the only action now remaining p.ssibbl -the report of a disagreement. What ever may follow in the shape of instrul tions from both senate and house to their respective conference committee' w...

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 July 1894

JOUSNAL WEATHER REPORT. et. Temp. Wimd Weather. £ KM,~ . I(em i'loudy - dauh btfore a naumbr means hi'Iaw ser.,. DAILY LOCAL MBANU. Sazimumi ternalrraturr. W Miniaum temperatur.. 64. Mean temnp..r.ituir .. Prveipitati.'m in lat :4 Iur-. II. N. I4Ii NT IN% Wrih1i4tH lOkL.tS T. WAsmuTwoToN. Juli I'. r lT.odawrser. Msh I a"ty. Monutena: MY ntana Fair. Iadir it t ' r, i.sr tiourn t-mw hit rarmer un wetinr I , tion Thursday. IIARRINGITON. Chiartif ruatihr Hur-au. Noru-Th,. above for,,east is for :$ I...r h am a in.. its .tate McIntire Merc. Co. THE BIG STORE. Clottlingt. "Happy Home" Bargains. Our "I appy Hom i.t, uit. No" 6001ol, rlcc on iiamplv <.trtl s ;t on. `alc pr, c $12.#10 "'laippy I I w f 1 i'ut N\, 6b77. f;Jnrantcevl all It o price r."4ll.i $1S'2 ;,. ".i Pr $9.5O. (;reat ltt .~t Saeit. lrr & ( Work .gtn fl- hant !.jci al price $1i iii Drp Qood.. CORSETS. fhe Impe till. ,ur iin 1 t4 52.00 ( -ri-t tor a tv# tl-. .C. bldac . till, n~l, t l l. ,n.t I1: s t,, ..!" double .i i...

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 July 1894

Highest of ali in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Rejwz Baking Powder What lie 1% anted. "a--Di I yin get the letter I wrote y. 1 yesterday? zhe-Why, no. He--That's strange. libs-It will probably come tomorrow. Is it important? Be-Yes, indeed ft is. It's something rye wanted to ask you for a long tine. and She (bell ing him out)-l see, and v, v felt that y, i didn't have the courage. He-No, it wasn't that so much, but K didn't like tospeak before other people, because, you know, it might have seemed silly,.and I kept wasting for the time when we would le alone, and somwehw itisaever.cme, so I finally got deeper t, sad wrote yot a letter. She-I tee. But now, Alfred, we atre alone, ai you can speak your utui freely. H e-Perhaps you had better waet un til you get my letter. She-Oh. not Try me now. It w'ti.i be ever so much nicer. He (hesitatingly -Well, you see t boys She(sy'npathetically)-Have they I'.. guying you? He-O0a. not that, but they made usi present of a chafing dih. and ...

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 July 1894

_lB YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME X; NO. 253. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, JULY 21, 18$. PRICE FIVE CENTS Have You Tried a Bottle of Koeacham's Old Virginia STUFFED MANGOES? You will find them at SASE KING & WODZITZKI. SWANDRUS. M.D. . . P rwrc. SCUBEOW.D Aub Amxoruuvm.. S md ! Stack Ooraten Neak bluck StoI . m6.. i.2 to 4p. mn.. end Ito Lis.56 bern.It e.sapmud bq.Dr. Plai. wrEiel IAN AND SURGE1ON. Os sttW L eves. Dri ag 3... able"kS -.Nktdtm C. N. evrm.. Paser. dr wd" a .' . Swim.rý Paser . ~ ~ N 8.a.sl . mas. Imr -Nisa&'17M N~ 4 Psi 5sf 'm 1.rssr JINyme.m d ~baE- te Imiasew SA YS (114)OVER The President Calls the At terition of the Demo cratic Congress. r.. Its Ap...ty ..t Swaetarwlrae Primelplesi In, the Ma er df Tariff Legi..laliaiu H. .tae..i.d I..r the WIlsoa 11111 W AtIaNiToN. .July il.- The tariff question ti.k a decided advance in puti lie interest t.. lay when. with the gal leries eriale.I in expectations of some thine ..tartliti. Onthwaite of the corn nmtth i ,i s...

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 July 1894

KILT M CITY. !MONTANA. Every zwoulug Ez.Rept %unwf.Ia) Terms. of Suhmrptijmi.. P ET1 NAZI. IN4 DVA'I~i. L 1K PZI .t .L runI. 3001115 I 11.ut M..tont, ..n 111;. Sntudan. er. ~ evr) !enn . At I:ýti4.,rw DERt' islALINI:. Dictator Debs will sion te left in I e an~tomailous piisiiiiin unless he tuku tumble" and calls the strike oft. w1 le there are still a tew male, nitents gin' through the nmotions. 'The Iiulliiaa ,eployees, whose wrongs were the mf. damental eause of the big strike. at, rapidly eurolling themselves for waoik ,i the wages ruling when they walked out and there is every prospect that tl r fairly sound foundation on which tli balloon frame of the bycott was ralses' will quietly slide frian under aid hae a the airy superstructure to I ak elsewheit for its support. With Deebs in jail a.d his tIrmsy creation falling apart plie. meal, unless he bustles has prucianaatiai of amnesty there wil he few to rett pi ti it outside of Livingstonli and aliit.t' In L'hhiaag'a. St. Paul 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. — 21 July 1894

JOVK4NAL WKATUZa a3POm?. Bne Temr.I Wind WIatlnet UD U!2 I .. WSiW. 3t Ioudi * a3Y $2 ... ;ISE 2Eieudy dash b~f,.rei a ,.unbe~r m~use heicow mero. i)AII.V l.MANA. MEAN*. Miaximum i.m;..-ratur.". it. Minimuni ten.hI*atflrC. IPI. 1replt.1 InCt t4 Icijr -. Pt. 1I. Ii. IiUNI JrIN. V.A-..l'..Ie%. Ju> A. 10..t e.riC". M I., ati. U'.?auen IAIII NI .TO N. McIntire Merc. Co. THE BIG STORE. C1otbri~ig. "Happy Home" ea~gains. Our l'l.epj t" II.,n ,gut \1 6077. (l~titnaic v .1 III, 1 Ir. \I..1 Sl'price ,~ $1~i2 (H e (;rctlt l. 1. ,! . I cci . -,rr \ ".. price $1 IKII Dry t0d8 CORSETS. The, Im t i1. w r rc .41i1.r 52.0 I (crtt I. It I .t tc%% diiy 7.;c. dobla ii . t1 l 'cc. c of corlt.r". 21k" II andkrrchIi t. wV.'r1 Ii 2;c, tic . ii to 1(k Mattremmuom. (cctct". ci lt lc .\n i.t~ ~tt. Li . f111 size. . rc. i!k tir~t t Iit-. artti c dot n icc $2 fil the Ic.i~ *tt. cu!ll chin. ;it Icetlt~i pre r -. 1c0r ;L h ,% i! -' Al t'il t Shin ,- .. Ini Hilo; turc t IIlccVtc , ;11i c AT THE BIG STORE THE 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. — 21 July 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't kepon ggBaking RoYi Powder ASOLUTELY PURE What He Weated. Be-Did you get the letter I wrote you Is"ray? 2h.-Why, no. He-That's strange. Yha-It will probably come tomorrow. IS it important? 3m-Yes, indeed ft IL. It's something I've wanted to ask you for a long time. a-d She (helping him out) --I see, and vt u felt that you didn't have the courage. He-No, It wasn't that so much, le. I didn't like tospeak before other peoph., because, you know, it might have aseemed silly, and I kept waiting for the tin when we would be alone, and somc: ow it never came, so I finally got deeper.te and wrote yo: a letter. She--I see. But now, Alfred, 'e e aloee, and yon can sLeak your nmm freely. He-Perhaile yu'a had better watt nu tal you get my letter. She.-i, no! Try me now. It w-to be ever so much nicer. He (hesitatmngly>-Well. you e.' She(eyr l.,.heticallyt--Have they 1.. guying you? He--U., It-it that. but the-y manle i1 present of a chatin....

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 July 1894

THE VETJ OWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 264. .71 ~II , 2CNTANA. \IONDAY, JULY 23. i8g4. PRICE I\E . (ENTS Have You Tried a Bottle of McMeacham's Old Virginia STUFFED MANGOES? You will find them at CASE KING & WO DZITZKI. PHYNHICANS. L W. ANDRUS. M. D.. '. M. 1.P~tcZAN. K1 i frt41 AN D e at.t . MmsIS and l7 Stork tinrwra Itank Ma.rk t ARM hoore A i. 10 a. m..:2 to t p. m., and 7 to . formerly oecupmud by Dr. Fids. D! CAA ND SUIROON. Oit at W. M. Sae..'a Drag Stop.. ems. DENTIST. atent .+.r asteke ower National mask guareanted and at reansaaoe pritse catyr ca lls. on U. N. Marei. Pastor. 0. U. Kid.,, Pa~a,. 3.,. J. Ueen Mille,. Pasair. iMsec e~ast. SOCISTIm. L 0. 0 /. Carter lAdgre No. 13. meets a nameta and thi.d Fri dany agemek mnith. to P. Crusader Liale No. 7. meeto at (iht h on the iret and third ThuruaIn f .t the month. *.A. 0. V. W. Ttrane Ptr.r . i .,r.a , t ttt ewerr Friday eeh.ug at Mhao.w hall. R. ar V. Cod. E. Butler Camp. No.4, meets the ejeond and feorth .arnr 1.,....

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 July 1894

D~i~JAILY *hLrLLOAL ZL OtT?. MONTANA. Uv.ry 3wet a g tCxopt Ruunduy. Terms of Subacrpticu. 3W MAIL, IN ADMANCE. PUOTAUL PAID). - Istlts.. 03W 7yea ......... :.. .11 A Uditaue.si 35.1 m onths.. . 1..' Ujittus. on. mouth .......... an *suuIwr6f. ev~ery eveniog, at Y. cant. per Wwek. WENALW EDITION, IULLOW PAPAL. Mmnday. July 23. 1804. AN EVA5IVEY UINSAL. The newspaper re..ders of Montana ase familiar with the telegraphic cur sospondence, reported to have been Oiml between Mayor tietey of Livingston and General Manager Kendrick of the N. P. R R. during the troublous dads that at handel the sending through the tirst west bound train after the strike, lu brief it was stated that the mayor telegraphed the general manager that if the latter _-preisted in sending the train through Livingston, that the railroad property in that town would all be destroyed. and and that the general eaanger replied that the train was going through, and that if any railroad property was des troyed the company w...

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 July 1894

JOURNAL WXATMMS REPost. agag Temp. Wind Weather. - W ... 7$.. 1 Clear dash before a number meam. below seao. DAILY LOCAL MEANS. Nailmum temperature. 0$ Minimum temperature. 64. Mean temperature, 81. Precipitatiso in last >w hours, 01. H. R. HOYNTON, Oheerver. WEATHER 6YORE4 ANT. WASHINOTON, July 12. To observer, ltiles City, Montana: Montana-Pair and cooler. HARRINGTON. thief of Weather Burean. fora-The arboe forecast is for o houro Oem 6 a. m.. its data McIntire Merc. Co. THE BIG STORE. C~lottling'. "Happy Home" Bargains. Our "Happy Home" suit, No *0oo, price on sample card SI.00 male price $12.0r'. "Happy- Home- Sack Suit No, 6077, (;unranteed all llool, price regular 512.5o; Sale l'r.cc $9.50. Great lot of sweet, Orr & Co.'s Workingmen'. Pants; special price $i (MI Dr's Cfroods. CORSETS. The "Imperial, our regular a.oo Corset. for a few days 75c, black or drah Splendid line of Dress Goods; double fold. half wool. good line of colors., 2k'. Handkerchiefs worth 25c. down to ...

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 July 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Pow cr.- Lasest U. t. .u Raking Powder ABbSOUTELV PURE "(74. W~ith": glo b.'ii spr4.l" I . : or luase ý", . . it; tit' for tln t . I ll ' I. it i 1. it. The eas.t n 4'wi I, .1 thbm.econlimiantst" iuii e whl ii gavet the, M , r.t 1, limit< , of till V, Asatrutiandowii ts $44 hi4 Ii i/. II ins ~r 4 .1'd 1wil4 ti. hth irs1:. - ding. saul it h. w ill e at fruit thi s chard .' t Tasmania and the pain woods b t I' thi.'Wt Indie.I' plsttj' r i lChic.s ;Ails. w4t' tho oranigi' gr.I' t i t FI.lorid w-1 .1 th" fie p.r-1" 1e h. ,. pr for hi+,, th ie I40n apph a .i. I dragon' h, tl g' rd. Li.' eh e seen. from ww r" sled hunt'ýulg inal- hand HI t:;" 1, era if iirazil. 1r ipurp l.' buttrtt!: lil t ter Lunid t ]" .lav,lan annv+_,t tit ..ý clip't r sw pi . I n ' tnder .11 ut t .' 1 a-. < .1 t.' 4, 4 titl ti l . to U r .. t - r ,r kthe tr.jii tlii 'I * . whic..h ,if Pt 4 a rnr ,..I t" can,-tt o 11 t w .. 'I'" I,' 41 42111 thrinuratibue f .'* ith p witly with 100.",....

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. — 24 July 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 265. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, JULY 24, 1804. PRICE FIVE CENIS Appetizing! Truffled Sardines. Pate de Foie Gras. Hamburg Eels in Jelly Kippered Herring. Game Pate's. Pickled Shrimps. Pitted Olives. Served with MAR VIN'S Fresh. Crisp Crackers, make de lightful Hot Weather Lunches. CASE KING & WODZITZKI. W. tSDRus. N. D. I. N. PM14t-AN. ttCSt)Nr AND ACCOt USIa.L A and Stock irowrr, Hllank Moc k. 4 411a Mw r Y t. It, . m.. I to t p. m., an.I to CiEldihi. foruarrb oocupiud hyt)r. Fish. ,R. ~ ~ AI I.D. WD I -. O5 W.U at W. L &sv D Derry Il : DENTIM. -o Utsj. Nm atin~al Dash 1 ori u are 1 tte eraia a 7 'aosk. eCU. N. M aarA Pastor. N1~ A ('hrars Crnst Main Strest f a eo.. Seerlems Saadalre at UI a.mt. sad 7 :U p.m.M. . fhbutiaa Emdawwro Soeit aip eet. oe hoar p.eeimas to the stneiag martes, C~UO.IC (hurcb of the Saemed Heart Corner el odgiaTlenth Streets. lerrtans alst nad !>i r fthe 4tb. Hish Mum at SSeboo at t p. m. Vespers MOCIXin...

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. — 24 July 1894

ikTI DAILY JOUUAIAL u.I CIT, IOM'tANA. Bwery ssmla g lzeept ns day. euW a of Sba.eriptiom. ,an- 1 A. WAN C. PU.TAGE PAID. isditioan, one year........... . St .iu.ta ditioma. ix mamlsa..... . , i. Wditio. one month ..........u...... I.t' TO CITY acwettaigsa. taericer. every evening, at :' e.ants per week. WB3KL EaDITION. TvLLOW PAPER. Y at ........... .. . .. . ...... N-t.. Mouths ............ ... ... ..... . .. I' Tuesday, July 24. 1894. SMate ARpabetsra Co( vention. A State Republican ('onreation is her, y id to meet at 2 ,thctck p. min.. lhb:rlda). Pe a of , aid counve tim, % ill be toi nomminate aMadidate for irerereltatir ein t'ongru esnd ma andidate for as.ci te justie iof the mule mse court of the etate: tile etetion of a stalte eastral cmmitteeto serve ficr the enuitnag wi a m: the election if a clmairmuan of the sat., oaatral cmmmitt,'e. and for the traunsaction ,,f ueh other hbuiness relating tm tie welfare if e republican .party in Montana as may tw uaght before it. Kacm c...

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. — 24 July 1894

IOMUWAL WRATMER RPeOrT. u 37Yi....... #(alnm lea as t1..... .. 7...... dash before a umtber means below mere. DALrT LOCAL ICANU. Lazimum temperature, 96 Elnimum, temperature. 64. Maa temperaturi, bI. Puecipitation in last 74 hours, Il. H. R. HOYNTON, Ohberve.r. WEPATHIIKR FI")RtS 'AT. WAensrone., July 2:. To observler. Miler ('ity. Montanua : Montana-Fair andoler. HARRINOiTOlN. thief of Weather Breaun. MIO--The atho forecast is for :1 hour, erm a. m.. lts date McIntire Merc. Co. THE BIG STORE. 0lotliing. "Happy Home" Bargains. ()ur "lappy llomt stl. No,. ooi, pric ,n s-;tulC .plc l x I ;.oo. male price $1'.(H). "lappy Ihorn" Sack suit \,. 6077. (;uaranteed all Wo,ol. price regul;tr S 12 .o; N.ale Pr cc $9.50. (;reat lIt of Sweet. ()rr & (',.' Workingmen', I'ants, special price $1.(NI CORSETS. The "lmperial, our regul.ir 2o.00 c',rset . ,,r t tcw days 75c. klack or ,lrah .lSph'ic dl lin. tit h, -ss (;rods; double tld. h.alt it,,ol. gut,d lint of colors. 2'(I. Handkerchief. worth ...

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. — 24 July 1894

Highst of all I Leaveing Power.-Latest U. S Gov't klc ui a D Baking YI Powder A5S6LUTEL IPURE At- AtNLATEOD NEWSP-,PE. 0 ta se eads the NeW and Tea nt . HiM C('u.t...er..r 'Speaki:gt . f q.i. r ocu tl..ttin.s." samitd a Fourth r"et mnerehaut, "'there is no old fellow ,down town, who make- a g""d bYing ra hung tit newslwpers. Of course everybody reads tne evening paler, but h. the rash of business the morning p, pms ad get lost in the shuffle. The old =a. geta out of tad at an early houn mad ge- a copy of t ach of the morning ape's" a early as they can be bought He then roads them exhaustively. anti by the tintl busincsas men get down town Se has th,'ronuhly mastered all branches Sthe ew, of the day. He is well edu eated and bright and has a keen percep. tIo-. ' He th n t.tarts out, dropping in oc t one tad then another of his sliu e-nhers, ftr he lets his services by the wek, jnst as a newspaper. **Tie en rs a bank where everybody is busy. He knows the likes and dislikes of every ot...

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