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

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 266. MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY. JULY 25. 1$94. PRICE FIVE CENTS Appetizing! Truffed Sardines. Pate de Foie Gras. Hamburg Eels inJelly I Kippered Herring. Game Pate's. Pickled Shrimps. Pitted Olives. Served with MAR VIN'S Fresh, Crisp Orackers, make de lightful Hot Weather Lunches. CASE KING & WODZITZKI. MTeUCIAAN9. ANDUamu. AD. ~C. .m It an uam Gisaun DAa°°.k `Yack` as" ý,t. oi a.mL. to4P. m. audit. C. N. wUwh. Patin. G.E. al, lt, w..."M.t.M" i M 1 .I r t N W WkrnrnO Ldi A GENERAL DENIAL. O Answer of Debs and Other A. p R. U. Men to the Contempt Rule. U The Defes se Propeses to Carry the Case 1I to the Umpemse Court It as Ad* verse Deeleteis t Eade. CuicAoo. July23.-What isnsialdeted I by labor leaders one of the most import- I ant legal battles in the national history I was begun in the United States circuit a court today, when Presedent Dabs. Vice- I President Howard. Secretary Keliber a and Director Rogers of the A. R. U.. by thei...

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 July 1894

3DAILY JOUitRNAJ, -lo GMT, UYiiANA. Iraw of 8w b.criptieu. 21D.6 13 ASYASCE. PO.tABS PAID. .ia ft ýsxmodi ....... . 6.0 - Mouth: ...... ... mJ To cm .uuseazuuaa. *lfmIma .evey etenig., at 15 anots per week. UmaLI UflITlW. TALLOW ?A133. ... ..... .... ......... ..... ..tl Wednesday, July :'i. 18M4. maase Bepeabisea Cenveutioe. A otate Republitan Convention ia beretat to meet at n oclock p. at.. Thardya, Se. A. o.u int at tt.ecity of Helena. The Imelea of soad csnvention will be to nominate eoaaidats foe representative in ipoeGrsTend mhe aedidate for autci toe ittiee of the sup me l court of the state: the election of a atate iatral cmatrittee to serve for the ensuing >N to: the election of a chairman of the state dentraa committee. and for the transaction of enab other huainssa relating to the welfare of tn repohlmean party in Montana as may he d rgbt h defone it. masn county in the atate will be entitled to sae delegate at large. and to the following ad. ditional representation 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. — 25 July 1894

JOUWMAL WRATERU RWPOET?. dash before a amber me. below sear. DAILW LOCAL UA*We. Uaalmeamtemperatere, IS Ktameu temperature. 44. Meaw temperature. 81. Pmspitation is last 1a hoers, IS. H. R. IIOYNTON. Obmerver. WEATHER FORECAST. WaaunmoToM. July 23. Tobebserer. Miles City. Moataaa: Mostame-Pair sad cooler. * UARRINOK Or. Chietor Weather Harera. mae-Tbe above forecast I. for S hoer, a.m 0Ga. m.. its date McIntire Merc. Co. THE BIG STORE. C~loth in g "Happy Hore" Ba'gaims. Our "Happy Home" suit. No Goo,, price on sample card $i5.00; sale price $12.00. "Happy Home" Sack Suit No. 4077, Guaranteed all Wool, price regular $12.50; Sale Pr~ce p.50. Great lot of Sweet, Orr & Co.'s Workingmen's Pants; special price $1.00. CORSETS. The "Imperial." our regular jo.oo Corset; for a few days 75c, AIlck or drab. Splendid line of Dress Goods; double fold, half wool, good line of colors, 20k. Handkerchiefs worth 25c. down Parali sztaure. 4BM sttresses. Cotton top, Amaskeay tick, full soe. A really...

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. — 25 July 1894

HgbM t Min ie Lihg Power.-Latest U. & Gov't Report 1 AUoLLwTer AmeoLutrELV PURE The 60d4".. Isea of Bums.n... One of our ladies. analile to go to town as 41i sired on a certain Satui day afternoon, decided to ask the In dian boy who drove the herdic to do omie errands for her. She wr. te two notes, one to the dressmaker an.) the other to the grocer. But on let' - lug a driver new at the business -It duty, and fearing that he could not lad both places in town. she tore iiu the note to the grocer, as she thought, and gave the Indian boy the other telling him to go to Miss -. tie dressmaker, with it. The isy, who was able to redi,. esw that the note he held was for the groer, so to the grocer he went and get the art Iles wanted. On his r turn to the lady she wa'. much surprised to see macaroni an. Cheese instead of the dress she hall sent for and asked the boy how he gokthem without money. `Qh." replied the boy. I charge "But I have no account there said the lady. "Well, I (tierge ...

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 July 1894

_ THE _ YELLOWSTONE_ JOURNAL. VOLUME XIL NO.267. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JULY a6 1894. PRICE FIVE (ICIT Appetizing! Truffied Sardines Pate de Foie Gras. Hamburg Eels mn 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. r? T5*LAss. *W. A DBUE. Y. D.. C. N. w. Puu~i~m. Vua.mou LID AO~iwCuau . N m.amd 21 . tomb owuei Deak hkks& ~Iadis.. bm,I et.myawpid bg"D,. Flab s 6a.U ila. i.i. a deskU - m t -w~ Pw. .uINý ouI r HEAD CUT OFF. Terrible Fate That Overtook Private Wm. Murphy, of the U. S. Army. Prebably West to lilp raw the Mailrsed Traek ThaU. Was Osardless Sedy ladly Maagled. " Bas, July 24.-Private Wi. Mur pby, of company G. second infantry. U. S. A., met a horrible death at Siver Bow Junction early this morning. Murphy had been detailed with a squad of ten men to guard the trestles at the Mon. tnas Union between Silver Bow and Rocker. About .100...

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. — 26 July 1894

-R DAILY J(JIJILAL' UuMinT OaW UMANA. Usguy Eve.Sag Eucept 5.aia,. I' rma of. Subscription. SO *1L., I3 A3TA2C3. POTAOS PAID. -ýt.an~ m U.. ........ u!. TO CIT1 scowsutnae. li TIr evening. at SS atsft per we,-k. mWOBL aamtO~r. I3LLOW PAP3Xa. Thursday, July 2t1. 1894. sttsmg.E~pablaeaw Camremtloa. A State Republican Convention ibere} Sd to meet at 2o'clock p. in.. Thursday, .6, A. D. 13141 at ttei.rty of Helena. lb. Wrptste of said Cnnvention will be to nominate aemadidate for representative" in C'ongere. Can Mee andidate for associate lustice it the nut.. ame court of the state: the election of a stat, maatral committee Ion erve for thn' enitning , we So in: the election of a chairman of the stat, astral committee. and for the transaction tti suh other busineas relating ti the welfare ot Srepblican party in Montana as may hi brnught befora it. aeia county in the state will he entitled to ee delegate at large, and to the following adl ditional representation in said convention : ncrT...

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 July 1894

of this page you will find items of interest. R1ban hms A.1ways a t clue TO0P and save money. Sp eial i. ldies' Sue.s, $1S50 Ldies Wrppers. CHINA SILKS. 20 YARDS $1.0 Saow Skirts N0s. Special An All Leather, Dongola Kid $1.00 CHINA CALICO, 90c. prioes$o ail Upper, Single Sole, Leather Coun- SILKS ATTEENASH ter, One Piece Flexible Insole, SO Yards for GOODA Patent Tip, for S 1.50. It is 32 inches wide d SKIRTS. not worth S3.oo, but AWFUL cheap to close. at sI.5o. $1.00 only 65c. $ 1.00uu 90c. 90c. 90c. Money Saved by $1.50. $1.50. $1.50. LAw18 iAirEDt. CHINA SILKS. 20 YARDS $1.00 Sai.e Skirts So0. buying now. Sole agent for Thomson's Glove Fitting Corsets. J. A TA T (' ' ')N JOURNAL W3AYEUU RMVOMV. 1UEWtm- Temp. Wind Weather. desh before a nember measn below aero. DAILY LOCAL RAUWS. matimam temperature. . Minimum temperature. 57. Mean temperature, 74. Preeipitatio in Inlast 24 hours, 01. H. It. HOY\TON. Observer. WKATHKR FORaKAiAT. WASHINGorN, July f6. To oteerver. Miles t'itr. Monta...

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. — 26 July 1894

Highest of al in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S Gu v' Baking Y Powder AS*@LUTELV PURE `DODM 8'88 M!MMA.O Jse beard the prayers of many stea4 Is forests dim, on desert sanJ:, wI And on the wild, tumuttuousoceasi, W When waves were rolling mountain high To hear the storm king's sollen cry, And flashing in a resties. motion t The lightning leaped acren the sky. the I've based qauuk prayers in hattles dread, When many precious souls were aped 70 Ia Stfal gleam of sul'n flashimg iD Through red'alng rift of astiry blade Or rent by doleful ballets madae Or shells demoniacal crashing s Through trembhing wood and war swei glad*. dal Set sweetest of all prayers PIe heard- ma Sweeter than song of spring glad bird. And purer than the anal of nen old Barr to deck the brow of May. When lif is young and hearts are gay. And such fond mrm'ry now discloses re! Uato the shining smile of day- Lii A little angel robed In white. WI Upon the threshold of the Light h1e And by a mother fondly kneeling. With fo...

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. — 27 July 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE__JOURNAL.__ VOLUME XII. NO. 268. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENT1 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 lightftl Hot Weather Lunches. CASE it KING & WOOZITZKI. FRUaCIAN,. I W. AN I)I. N. I) t . L kA'n.1rAr .Mcm. nAb AcfiwcUmI L a andi SlacIk Ovenrwf lank black. to l a. m..2to 4p. a., and7to lamer!'l sawupiad bpi r. Flab. M AND ~.I C. N. Uart. Vases,. mfr. rI~ IiEi* IS OUT ON BAIL. Further Hearing of the Con tempt Case is Put Off Until September. ismedsua Promptly Appear for Dles et. al. -Erwia'. Vercib adipeerb In Nehalf of the Mec. Vnarea.oJuly Zi.-In the A.R. 1. cases today Judge Woeeds delivered a brief opinion, formerly overruling the mo tion of the defense to quash the infor mations. Judge I rosecup announced that he would take no part in the con tempt proaeedings, as defendantsare u...

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. — 27 July 1894

'B DAILY .OURNAL. ags V, ge aeNVANA. waeiy aweting 3anpI Sunday. !Trma of Beberipftfon. 3 NAIL, in AMANE. !POSYTAGE PAID. act maoth .......... 1: To cmts avucaaasaa. Md . easey eveains, at l cents per we L eligLy ITa 31103. TYLLOW PAPER. Friday, July 27. 14. Satng aepbllseaa C.uveatIe. A State Republican Convention is herely ýrlW t moat at 2 o'clock p. in.. Thurada,. S ...D.. 11/. at tbcity of Helena. Tb Sulpoa. of said convention will be toI n."iinate senadidate fo a repesentative in tonntren a uma 1 wmcandidate for aTnm icte Jnetie of hLE suT nan court of the state;theelection of antate cemtral eomuiltee to enmr.' for the ensuing i. we ae: the elertion of a whairmnaof the stat. maotral committee. and for lb. trandactimo it etb other businesa relating I the wetfare o; beepublican arty in Mont ana a may Ir - ecti county in tbe state will be entitled t. e delegate at large, and to the fortawitg ad ditional representation in said c.nvedtion: antar Dtat folas Cle T o OELLI.ATtE **avt r...

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 July 1894

J*OsWBN. VBAEUMn 3POT. delb bndw. a number me s below neeo. GAIL! LOCAL 33A3a. masimum temperature. 7 Mianmun temperuture. 58. Mesn temperatere. It. Prenipitetlon Is test 24 hours. 01. H. H. ROVNTON, Ohserver. WKATHER FORECAST. WAseUiseo?, July 27. To observer. Sins M vr. Montana: Montana Fair and warmer. RABRINOTON. 'biefof Weether B rese. Mow-The nbove foreast is for H hours r tgem G a. m.. Its date t McIntire Merc. Co.. THE BIG STORE. Clothixig . "Nappy Nonce" hagipns.. Our "Happy Home" suit. No. 6SOO, price on sample card 15 oo: sale price $12.tiI. "Happy Home Sack Suit No. 6077. Guaranteedl all IIWool price regular Sl2.5o; Sale lr:cc Great lot ot Sweet, )rr & Co.5 Workingmen '. Pants. special price $1 .I. mry C mot s CORSETS. The "Imperial. our regular $2.oo Cor ct; fir a few days 'Sc. black or Jrab. Splendid line of D)ress Goods. double fold. halt wtool. good line of colors. 2(k Handkerchiefs worth 25c. down Ma~ttressesi. Cotton top. Amaskeay tick, full site. A really firs...

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. — 27 July 1894

Highest of au in Leavening Power-Latest U. S. Gov't Report A 3 * L U T B a k i n g PO awder ABSOLUTELY PURE. THE TERRORS OF SALLOONINQ f Wais.a's tEsitau I all Throegh Spa.. sad EseMp. From Death. Mrs. Carl E. Myers. the parachute jumper, told of an exciting experiei'c. of hers at the fair grounds at Ottawa that, as she said, "began like a corn edy and nearly ended in a traeedy "It was the narrowest escape 1,-' prer had, and incidentally and ace, dentally the first parachute deecert w.er made in America. It wasn't a' regular parachute either. but Ill ter yon about that when I come to it *he occasion was a big fair. and the da were packed with people rte biggest aud most uncontrollable wd I have ever seen. We had a ytime getting the balloon to the a It was brought up on the side of the river in tow of a 1. otive and was to be towed acro a line of canoes paddled by In We got it fastened to the ca and it lifted the first three int' air, spilling their occupants tat was too much, even f...

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 July 1894

_THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 69. MILES CITY, MONTANA. SATURDAY. JULY :8s '894. PRICE FIVE CENMU Appetizing! Trufmed 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 & WBDZITZkI. W. N tUI4IAt 35. .M U. ¶UCSAU hfvaus AND .uoa. 31idf IStak EIruwagm Hark bluosh S"-to oW.. ..2to4P. Mn.. aadto Lriiim. fu,iedw~ ussuplud htI)r. rlub. IL m 0i9A 'als a"w 3t t: .mas. 5..a 2 3 a (dUINGi HOME Which is Taken as Good Evi deuce That the Strike Is at an End. Jedg. Brewer. of the truaer stat*. Ae* pres.e Ceurt. Dwaeeess like ariae blmb Talks Hetly. SAX Faralesos, July 26. That the railroad strike in northern California ie believed to be nearing an end is shown in the fact that preparations are being made to retire the state militia from the field. The militiamen expect to be or pered home Saturday next. Company H. Ffrst United 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. — 28 July 1894

YIE DAILY JOURNAL UML CITY. MONTANA. avt7r avouaha Eze.pt ...nday. Teres. of Subacreption. SI flAiL. IN ADVANCE, ,I.TAGK PAID. -- ttitthu. eom am~,th la...~ To CITY St:bxCRI3tEt$. Cariler. eveI7 NYenijnA. at :. cut. 1--r ," WINKELNDIThION YKLLO"' C1RP.. Satur lay. July $~. 1814. esate 3.pu4}blteaa Ceaaeaiioa. A State Republieat Cotvention i. wiRled to meet at *..clock t... Tb.ra. Rp. It. .v. I).. 11114. at tt.,eeity' of Herlenta Ti.. pirpnae tf saidt convebtion t ill ho to anminat. a candidate for repr. sentatie in I'.ngrre. t.net lae . andidate for a-taeote juttice..f tthe tup reme court of the .tate: tht electiot. of a state entraloentatteet oret. furrt the ti oenoing ,a It ron the ehnetion nf a chairman of the stat mcntral coYmnttoe. alTI for the- tEannactiontof sch oother batiness relat.it to the w.lfare of The Repttblica party on N.omttaa a. may to. brtougbt befo.re it. uach eort.ty in the r tate will he entitled t.. am.e delegate at larno-. ald ito the flowtna ads ditjtttl rep...

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 July 1894

JOURWAL WRATWaE B31ORT. :Ter. Temp. Wind Weather. dash before a number means below sero. DOlLT LOCAL MBAWS. Maximau temperature. 7S Minamam temperature. ?.*. Mean temperature. 6$. Preeipitation in last 74 hours. 0l. H. It. HOVNTON. Olwervrr. WEATHKR FORE(AST. WSaHINoToN, July 17. To observer. Miles ('ity. Montana Montana- Fair and warmer. HARRINOTON. t'hlief of Weather Bureau. More-The above forecast is for hkour. hem G a. m.. Its date et McIntire Marc. Co. ci ri THE BIG STORE. Ii O1otb.ing. R "Happy Home" *argaiss. ý Our "Happy I loniu" it No. 6oot, price on iample card 1t 5.Wo sale price $12.() . S1 appy I Iiim" jiL k .itt No. 6077. ;guaranteedl all Wo ol, a price regular 1t2 _.) dale Pr:cc ti $9.50. Great lot of -weet. ( )rr & Co.% Workingmen', Pants, special price $1 'II' Dry Chootam. CORSETS. The "Imperial. our regular $2.oo Corset: for it few days 75c. s black or drab. ,plendld line of D)ress Goods. double told, half wool, good line of colors. 21k". Handkerchiefs worth 25c...

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 July 1894

Highest of al in Leevening Power-Latest U. S. Gov't i. ort Baking R~X~iPowder As*ewumV MIP. CHINESE WAR GUNS. d s Psmtse" werwhea the .Nwm Firasrmw. Aes Msmaa.ei. Practically the only difference be tween the great government gun works of Shanghai and those of any et the great gun factories of Chris tendom lies in the gorgeous colors of red, blue and green in which the Chi ness delight, and with which they paint not only the interior woodwork ot their shops, but some of their ma chines as well, and in the fact that all of the work is done by Chinamen. The first room we entered was about the size of the bigger t shop in the Washington navy yard. It covered, I judge, about an acre of space, and in it were being turned out some 12 inch guns for the navy. You have seen pictures of such guns m the newspapers. They are the biggest shade at our navy yard. and they are immense iron cannon, the barrels of which are 35 feet long. sad which fire projectiles of steel which weigh 1.I40 pounds. 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. — 30 July 1894

_THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 27o. MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, JULY 3o, tap4. PRICE FIVE C2NT 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 lightfhl Hot Weather Lunches. CASE KING & WODZITZKI. W~ . ANDEUS. Y. D.. V. M. PmrRCIAt. SCtU Muo AUaD Atvrcww$C43~. .aud 13 aMuck frontcr nBunk black -0 to Wa. it.. 2to tp. in. uadl t. lmau.s. mc,l uncupmud bD. Flak. uwmd ~ Y.r.UsD. rpu1ama tamlMa u h tii ~ ~ ~ 3 Rt'M . S. aRI ýt ýia>IaXe oi . THE TARIFF. Senate Bill or Nothing Seems to Be the Situation at the Capitol. Ken.. Tariaf Ref rm.rs Called to the Whi.e Hese by the President for a ettlied Meose. W5aHsu.vTO. July st.- When the tar if conference broke up the house mean here were disposed to bold out stfly for considerable concessions on cutlery and stell rails. The prospects now are that the rates on rail. will be lowered somen w...

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 July 1894

fRE DAILY .IOURNAI4 2rLp CITY. MONTANIA. 390,7r 59in13g Exe~pt Stunday. Teresa of Subneriptioa. ST MAIL, IN aDl IY K P.CTAOKt PAID. Lpdiittcon. ('1 ar . 0l EiiiO ni -~ ,t ... .401t TO CITY NI NKCIIUKU><i. tUELY 1011011, IELLL0% PIP-ER. Mimtnha.. .. Luit Monday. .July :* 1 d114. Ms.ate R. pubileaut Connteation. A Stat." 11i.n~hltcaii1 i, ntniin i" herityI pile~d ii. tmeet at _ click ,.. in.. Thure-ada. pir.tse of raid crunt intn will he it nominate a candidate fir rei-n owltatite ii tor rest, a i.i Me. andidati fir a inciste justice r the sup recn, court of the itat.e: the ilf.ctiun of a state aeatral comnitteti tou rv. for the uuiug Itwo pe en the ei.-citin if a ctaiirimai of the itai ear,iniiumuitit-e. aini for the, trunsnactii-i, of sutw. othir hn,-iiieo-, rielating tii the welfare ofi the retllhhcan part) iin Montat-., as mat he broughlt before it. Lncn court) in the state will hibeantlid to eia.telegate at lare.. and to It " follunnt ad ditional rep~renentation in atd r t....

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 July 1894

OEURWAL W3ATWW 3mmPO . Tp. 7W ind Wdhr. dear before a ameber means below sero. DAILT LOCAL MEANS. Eanimam temperature. 79 Etaimum temgerature. :S. amm temperatare. ai. Preeipitati.un in last 24 hours, 01. H. R. BOYNTON, Observer. WKA7HKR FORECAST. WABEIswoTo, Jill) 27. To observer. Miles ('its. Montana: Montan-a Fair and warmer. HARRINGTON. C'hief of Weather Bureau. Moeai-The above foreeast in for 71 hours, tAem 6a. m.. its date Mclntire Merc. co. THE BIG STORE. COlotlking. "Happy Home" Bargains. Our "happy II limt suit. No 6001, price on niaple carI si ;.oo: sale price $12.."fI "Happy I It i sat k m N.o. 607;. (;uiarainteetI all it ol, price regular 11 .51i. salt I'r.cc $9..s11. (Great lot of swttt. ( )rr & Lt.. Workingmen" IPants. spechal price $).fNI. Drar G~ood~s. CORSETS. The . Imperial. " our re ,nlar S$.oo Corset. I'r a tew clays i.i. black or drab. Splendid line ..t ore.'. (rood,. dUubic told. halt 164494l1, goiN lint of color .. 211e Ilandkerchi ft worth 25c. blown H* 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. — 30 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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