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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 23 August 1894

_THE _ELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. ap MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, :894. PRICE FIVE CENUT NEW eNSeI! CANNED MEATS! Roast Beef. Corned Beef. Lunch Tongue. Chipped Dried Beef Roast Chicken. Devilled Ham. Devilled Chicken. Devilled Turkey. CANNED FISH, Mackerel in Tomato Sauce. Mackerel in Mustard Sauce. Salmon Steak. Machias Bay Lobs ters. Little Neck Clams. Broiled Brook Trout. Truffied Sardines. Kippered Herring. American Cheese. Limburger Cheese. Edam Cheese. Green Apples. Lemons. Bananas Try Chase & San 'orn's Famous Seal Brand Mocha and Java Blend Coffee. 1You will use no other. CASE KING & WODZITZKI1 rKTS8ClAXX. Feic~As. U3(saoUUa LCD Arcow'~CUV. >s ead 27 Oe 0mw.,. Eash hloek. Oeeeebw,-a to 1 .m.te:. P. -. s ==. deee. tued oeeWpd by 0. 1wa C DZXT f da f rSaiU at 7 e eek.,1. Y. ayder, Peats.. PFRST~I*3L Cheish. r'omur Maha sateet adYaaa vsw Swvrie.. uedem at tis Ris .. J"... Ký. Doegimse. Pester. .m5e to the ewele emleetoo bu C~rºTOLIC 4 k~urch of ...

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 August 1894

YHE DAILY JOURNALI UNI CITY. MONTANA. 3M,6 3,mMIas 3z..p t u.nud.. Tinsu of 8t~b~criptimn. -N *fl, DO AMVAUC3. PosTAO3 PAID. stttn i= maouths ........ . el, T~di 16. month........ .1, TO CITY sC3C6ZDNES. Pp 6.111ev. very evenizig. at 2, cents per wed.. Wit 3tDITIONI. I3LLO'V PAPLE. N.M Taar .. .. .... ... .. .. ..uti.f 0 Thursday, August Ml. 1!:4. t all Fora Repatllrs.n Coun5y (umnsentl.s For the purpose ofelecting delegates fromEu-. tat County to the repiublican taite ronv,'ntiiiii. tube hlpd at Helena on SeptiA. 14i the rejpnhli eans of tuster county are here-b called to n... t Ssass onvention at Mile' City, MoWt., in turday, SKPTE:RER isTt, 1894. AT il IA4EK .11. 1. The only huoineti. hefiwi t h. ci..i...t urn ItI aldwl eteweet...f'li." II. laoltd"." will hrbir niet ii i nn delegatr m to the rc1.nblica i tac i*,ntii,.tiii and it auet not bhe nietikc i chr the etolcnr .inti conitoin which i.iilcout ft r.eIt 2tlt .. sand whic will taf..t..ioI. 1 nI~l.iat-aelecv . Thaa ot" n n g lrp...

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 August 1894

JOEMSNAL WUATMUB SB3OST. sa.Tamar. Wisd Westler. dadb before a semubr masa* below sero. DAIL LOCAL MAWS. Maximam temperatare. 97. iaimian temperature. 57. Meea temperature 77. Freeipitatlon i. last 24 Iuars. 410. H. R. HOYN&4sN. Observer. WILATHER FtlBWCANT. Weasusevog. Aug. Zi. To observer. Miles City. Maeama: Metatea-Fair: warmer. HARRINITON. Chiefof Weather Burasu. Norm-The above foreeast is for B tware frem Ia. m.. Its date McIntire Merc. Co. The Big Double Store. We offer a Splendid lot of Ladies Waists in White, Red. Navy and Black at 50 CTS. EACH, Many of them Worth St.;o each. We ha.e jut retciicd a *Complete Stock of the pop ular Thompson ,love Fit ting Corset . We arc .\gent. for the Light Running Ncw IIonic sewing Maichines. Price for the Two I )rawers We expect a full line of Carpet Samples in a few days from one of the largest Carpet Houses in America We act as -elling agents only; prices being the 'ame as the manufacturer charges. They are all sewed by Elec tricity...

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 August 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't Repoit Rm*LV PURE ` m T~'uamoa OF A.LLOONINw A Waersde eemas ran Ihre**a oe b as eses v..s  am ss. Mrs, Orl 3. Myers, the parachute jmper, told of an exciting exper ieh e et hers at the fair grounds at Ottawa that, as she said, "began like a corn edy and nearly ended in a tragedy: "It was the narrowest escape I've ever had, and incidentally and ace1 dentally the first parachute descvr' erer made in America. It wasn t . regular parachute either, but I'll tel' Ryou about that when I come to it e occasion was a big fair, and the grounds were packed with people, the biggest and most uncontrollable easowd I have ever seen. We had a funny time getting the balloon to the . It was brought up on tht side of the river in tow of a It' otive and was to be towed ae'roet a line of canoes paddled by lu Idians. We got it fastened to the ca noes, and it lifted the first three in: the air, spilling their c'culant. .st That was too much, even for al...

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 August 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. ~OLUMK XII. NO. ~3 MILKS CITY, MONTANA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 24, 1894. PRICE FIVE C3NUS NEW GOODS! CANNED MEATS Roast Beef. Corned Beef. Lunch Tongue. Chipped Dried Beef. Roast Chicken. Devilled Ham. Devilled Chicken. Devilled Turkey. CANNED FISH, Mackerel in Tomato Sauce. Mackerel in Mustard Sauce. Salmon Steak. Machias Bay Lobs ters. Little Neck Clams. Broiled Brook Trout. Truffled Sardines. Kippered Herring. American Cheese. Limburger Cheese. Edam Cheese. Green Apples. Lemons. Bananas Try Chase & San ')rn's Famous Seal Brand Mocha and! Java Blend Coffee. You will use no other. CASE KING & WODZITZKI. rf~lT(t'IANO. W W N I) itU f. M . I). t'. N . dwmat. an~d £7 St..ck Ei,r..wr,"anlak Wb1.Nt to Sp. -. I s a t d a e e o. f o r rm e r l y oe e a p i nd b y D r. F l a b I CRNO rS. a Whte. a:w°SDuflrs b" = over Stsstkarowera a a guaramateed sad at raoal rri~aa" * ~.rape sstisat WedamuJay eyaaina,. to pucith LCaqt bolds revise every Sea day evening at 7 o laek....

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 August 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL E ILm CfIT. nO NAA. Torno. of 8utbwcptfws. 33 AII.. I1 ADVANIC3. PDOYATA PAID. So TO CITY SLUBSCRIBERS. 3W145?r. O,917 evenlrng, at i4 cents Pet Week. WaLT 3531105. ?BLLOW PACKS. L . ..... ............... $1.i 0 Frnday, August 24. 1594. tai For as ltRpabllran ossamnty Colii.sultton For the purpose of electing dilegates froant u. er Couaty to the republican Mtat, convention. to he held at Helena on Sept.6. 144. the repnbli eana of ('uster county are I~erehy Callid to mneet iemate convention at )Li~es fity, Monitt.,.1 turday. *EPTENIER .1, 1891. AT 2 fTrLEiK P. M. The only businees btfore the coir.ention here Ja callei will be the .crlection of eleven It delegates to the. retpiublican.s tate cinvention and it must 'lit he mijetaksen t..r tb. regnlarr county convention which ie called for Slept IttI., and whicti will beromile'nei if .llegatenslect eol at regular primar' ercti.ine to hi held on chit. An repuiblica...n an atd the tmaee rin n ti~n herein called. and rert...

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 August 1894

JOVRNAL WRATRNR RMPORT. **, Temp. wind w etber. »s M.... b des before amumbor mea.. below lero. DAML LOCAL MUAWO. Mealmum temperetere, #7. Mialmom temperatere. S7. Me.w temperature 77. Preetpitatioa in last U4 boars, O. H. R. BOYNTON, Ohserver. WEATHER FORECAST. W~aeruetow. Aug. ZI. To observer. Miles City. Montana : Montean-Fair: warnwr. - Cbhiefof Aetber Bur~eu. MoTe-Tb. above forecast is for .1 hours free ".. m.. its date McIntire Merc. Co. The Big Double Store. We offer a Splendid lot of Ladies' Waists in White, Red. Navy and Black at 50 CTS. EACH, Many of them VW orth Si 5o each We have unt rect.ied a Complete Stock of the pop ular Thompson (,love Fit ting Corset,. We are Agent, for the I ight Running Nt. Hlome sewing Machines Price for the Two Drawer, We expect a full line of Carpet sample in a few days from one of the largest Carpet Iouse in America We act a, ,elling agents only, price, being the same as the manufacturer charges. They are all sewed 1y Elec tricity. producing ...

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 August 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report Bakin0 RQY~IPow?¶ r TERiolt OF aALLOONIt4G " Wena.a% indh~ !ail Tb..... Spas. Sw mim~ Emaps sem ua a~sA ip* sad ia...p. Fe.. asesb. Mrs Orl £ Myers, the parachutt Jppr, told of an exciting experiencr at hers at the fair grounds at Ottawa that, as she said, "began like a com .dy and nearly ended in a tragedy: "It was the narrowest escape l've Over had, and incidentally and aced dentally the first parachute desetcr oer made in America. It wasn't a regular parachute either, but I'll te:! I you about that when I come to it Te occasion was a big fair, and tht unds were packed with peop e, biggest and most uncontrollable m'owd I have ever seen. We had a tunnytime getting the balloon to the It was brought up on the side of the river in tow of a a b eand was to be towed acroi. a line of canoes paddled by Ia We got it fastened to the os and it lifted the first three int.. the air, spilling their occupunts ot, That was too much, eve...

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. — 25 August 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. OLUME XII. NO. 294 MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, z184. PRICE FIVE CENTW Boys SCHOOL SUITS! Now is your chance to Fit Out the Boys for school at your Own Price. We have what you want in Suits, Hats. Shoes. The Shaft - Pierce Seamless School Shoe "takes the cake." only Yours for Business. CASE KING & WODZITZKI. rHTmICIA AM. P9t W~. AI4D3UM M.o M".. 4. A. Xiand ti Stuck lii..w4rIa nakhbI .eh boors-N to tO a. M.. Ito t p. in.. aad 7 5.sid..ee, kmesrIg oampiud by Dr. Pisb I'IB RL&AN WD SUtBUDI. dal~ ~~ ~~~Mi atsiýat7n'ark ý + t b,vi.n II. irdr aiw.vre n -f rCms.GtisY at 5.,. J. U. Domia... Pastor. C&I~of gdo Soaed Heart. e.rnsr ýý fºasys LH -rab.M PýOdi TIAJIIFF BILL Cleveland Will Not Sign the Measure-But it Will Become a Law. hemgenrat.. Appeal to Graver to Give the Kiall Mm. Approval-Will Keep Coam grew. fa eio. IailS Tmes.elay. W AitmaEtt.Tot. Aug. 24.--The presi dent remains firm in his purpose to let the tariff bill become a law with...

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 August 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL. nuts CrTY. MONTANA. 3P.wy 3veutmg 3z..t 5smas~. Tm...a of 8i b eript~on. 31 RAIL. INl ADTANCIL Pt1?AO3 PAID. dmI itism. six month. .......... . ~ D~itIton. one mots.......... 1.1 I TO CITY avowaluIuux. f /..crier. evert evening. at 24i Cent. pper We-L. WKE5LV EDITION. YELLOW PAPKE. -um. Yer.....e a r. ......... ... gi lah ......Saturday August 25'.. 1!04. t all .or at fl.pal.Ii."an l'..nnli 4..uientl.. Forit tie pnrtxwe' of ilrtietin ,lelga t ir f romi 'ui. ter totnt5y to the rijublican Cliii, cini cntlii to be held. at Helena on tlcpt.li. l1u4. it.. repuhi tan. of llooter count) are ler.h3y call.'.'o nn.i IN maaa conventlon at Mile-. City, Hunt., Saturday, OEPTE.t HEll I'1. I I~ll . t'I _' o''leltl 1 1. )' in cal 1.ii will he ill. .,cliict,,on of , lrv'.in and it mni.t not h. nottaih-n f.r Ili ril'nli' an *l'.wl . ciiitin.. .fti ,Ic licfd 'ii e .Xiiy rn ii.lilaii can iltt.-uil IfI, .ii C thu- fiereiiiicillh~l, andi ri;.ri..it h.IC r ,. H. .M. 3h.cs Call or a tejp...

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 August 1894

JOURNAL WATMSER REP0RT. .Mr.Temp win wether. K 0U.... OUSE. Teer daus before a member mew below gero. DAILY LMOCAL mAre. nasaimm tamperatre. Os. Minimum t.mperatmre. U. Mesa temperature 74t. Precipitation in last 24 boors. 00. H. B. DOYNTON. Observer. WHATHER FOREtAST. W~ae oroyou. Ana. 1. To observer. Mile.s City. Montana: Montana-Fair; Colner HARRINCITON. I hiefof Weether armae. Nora-The above forecast is for U hours from e.. m.. its date Mclnnire Merc. Co. The Big Double Store. We offer a Splendid lot of Ladies' Waists in White, Red. Navy and Black at 50 CTS. EACH, Many of them Worth fr 5o each. We have just received a Complete Stock of the pop ular Thompson (ulove Fit ting torsets. We art Agents for the Light Running N\w lionic swing Machine.. Price 0 12a l'.40o0 for the Tswo Drawers We expect a full line of Carpet Samples in a few days from one of the largest Carpet !louses in America We act as selling agents only; prices being the same as the manufacturer charges. They are all...

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 August 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report RqY~I RinJg - -Y~ode HE FELT GREAT. S Was USk Weddeig Da. aned e weaste Ne walked into the menagerie build kg early is the morning whoa there* we maly a few vietote. Those that ton there noticed that be carried a dtems, t vhavy e, uuagelly long. 1t1' leooed felet a hit, and then he walk-, Beer to * Boa's eage. He ,pshed t. eMck between the bars and gave the kit, e[ bematt a mighty prod. "Ha, there, wake up. you old cuss aid make some nire. Come to life, an" ht's hear your lungs." Thetinn growled. He poked again, harder than before The lion roared and made a jump fot the eats, but it was deftly withdrawn. Then he went to the cage where th. eoyal Bengal tiger lay dozing. *'Come, old boy." he said, pocin*, through the bars. Give us some tun ic." The tiger was in a ferment in a mo aeat and rushed up and down the cag' wildly. The curious letile began It gather, but the timid women kept neat the door. "He's crazy." rood a man. "...

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 August 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. OLUME XII. NO. 295 MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, AUGUST 27, zSp1 PRICE FIVE CENiS BOYS SONOOL SUITS! Now is your chance to Fit Out the Boys for school at your Own Price. We have what you want in Suits, Hats. Shoes. The Shaft - Pierce Seamless School Shoe "takes the cake." only Yours for Business, CASE KING & WODZITZkI. %L bouaoe. akbl er.-* to ton na. m.2tC4 p. in.. and 7 Lia'ee. foraelm ot) upiud by Dr. Pish O13' D'IN AND IUIGIotE. weat)< t.ataaa'Dray leni. -i Iankawa jaca atmanaad nancantun andat mnnnnhi G.. JIM. J. U. L ~d~ar Pastor. be oft i. lsa~t ma hoar G&WC(buvch of the lacred Hennu. conera atW ýiTmýnb 16mme~. Ut~nryimen. tint 61." A N".bLnm Lnnew macin ndne nlmnL~eeeak month.j EXCITING CHASE. Two ;Desperadoes Caught After Much Shooting. After HI1dlel ,Up a Traim Near Chicaga. 3g Thre~ate.perate Hlghwameaea heat a Ieteetive and Take to the weeds. Can (oo. Aug. '6. -Bandits held up a freight train at Deerfield Saturday. robbed the conductor ...

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 August 1894

'TIE DAILY .JOIRN'AI MILS~ CITY. MONTA!EA. Wr.N.r Ev..utm sEwpt flaadal. Tema. of Sbslwripthoa. B EAT.. is ADV AS'3. POSTA03 PAID. M itlten. one year ........... . I.t. h4410. sin mwtalh....... Editio. oae month....... tt TOCl?? mtrsecuaula. g meter. every evening, at ZI ents per wcLA WrinL ID33111W. TSLLOW PAP!!. 1.i.., Monday, August Y'. 1894. Call Fur a Rtephbltraa ('aunty tsnmveathon For the purpose of electl g delegates fromn'- ar ounty to the republtcan state copeenti.n. "abe held at Helena on 5.-ptA. Ix 4. the rs-puhh-" tame of Custer county are hereby railed to Ito , t Iae mass onvention at Miles City, Mont., on aturday, £!M'RIF T9~. 11894 .T 2 otf'LtaK P. 3i. The only tmainess tufores te convention here ia called will be the ne lection of eleven ý 1: delegates to the republicatn state conventitet gd it muat ntos be tmistaken for the retulter Connt) conventtion which is called ftsr Sept :intl.. and which will berototnuesl ,sfslelsgsster elects u egular primary elections to b...

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 August 1894

JOURNAL WUATEER 531OT. dash helm.e a nmber meena below zero. DAILT WCA LUAUL Bazimam temperature. .a Mi.imam tempersatur. LS. Me.. temperature. 7K. Preeipitatin. in last 24 hours. 40. H. R. BOYNTON. Observer. WKATHER FORE)I ANT. WAsurwoTom. tna. :2. '] To observer. Hiles City. Montaa : Montana-Fair: Coioer HARRINGTON. Chiefof Weather Bureae. Nore-The above forecast is for :t5 houre freem G a. m.. Its date McIntire Merc. Co. The Big Double Store. We offer a splendid lot of Ladies Waists in White, Red, Navy and Black at 50 CTS. EACH, Many of them Worth Si 5o each. We have lunt reccen d a Complete Stock of the pop ular Thompson glove Fit ting Corsets. an art .gent, for the Light Running New \ Hllme sewing Machine. Price for the Two Drawers. We expect a full line of Carpet aamplc' in a kew days from one of the largest Carpet Houses an America We act as -elling agents only; prices being the same as the manufacturer charges. They are all sewed by Elec tricity. producing the new invisible ...

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 August 1894

Hig~hest of all in Leavening Power.-..Lunt U. S. Gov't Report AWYKVLV PWeR HE FELT GREAT. w. was k wean4 Leado e s W eekd P We walbed into the menagerie build as early in the morning when there b -g only a few visitors. Those that a w- there noticed that he carried a 3 asest, heavy cane, unusually long. 'I batked about a bit, and then he walks': war to the lion's cage. He pushed the stick between the bare and gave the kir"t s[ beasts a mighty prod. "Ha. there, wake up. yon old cusq and make some noise. Come to life, an. e bS'h hear your lungs." The lion growled. He poked again, harder than before The lion ro red and made a jump fo- J Ie stick, hbt it was deftly withdrawn. Then he went to the cage where the 1 goyal Bengal tiger lay dozing. "Come, old boy," he said. poKin . through the bars. .'Give us some inn The tiger was in a ferment in a mn meat and rushed up and down the eot wildly. The cunont people began t. gather, but the timid women ke.t ne t the door. "He's crazy," .ai.l a m...

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 August 1894

_THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. OLUME XII. NO. 296 MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, AUGUST * i94$ PRICE FIVE CENTS BOYS SCHOOL SUITS! Now is your chance to Fit Out the Boys for school at your Own Price. We have what you want in Suis, Hats. Shoes. The Shaft - Pierce Seamless School Shoe "takes the cake," only Yours for Business. CASE KING & WODZITZKI1 rUTaICIANS. 9W W. ANDRUS. 11. Mi. 4. U. PePtans. 5LciUaS)N ANDiuwr Aecoccnatrn. mand 77 3shock Erwv ank oaks. hp.osts--S to0a. a.~..2 u. p. in.. mand? tmultaeas. formerly oeuplnd by Dr. P1imb ft~m tat (i.s M. Uver. astut. DuSTln Kndawure Seirtyr Elents andai dagsvhaeksa Sot evtenig arie SE~~~~~I MaiY~ .~ tt. Rydr.Pastor. sad hari Avenue. thervs minim. atli Raoatv1 J.' Ii. Snoalaw PatSer.m lOCIK?, EnevrS.ril Lt e o~ A. V le A UM Vallvt mervmssa omi CAT9.EL.W.Cueho t's." S~g hoe £2 mart. COE of Mne IO T th .tru.t anderi ti, d A.P. A. Ua. L attuwer ( sII. Ma4tb ma^L dF s fraysadktt FOUND HIM OUT. Story of a Young Man Who In sisted on Being a Ve...

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 August 1894

TRE DAILY .IOURNAI UMIL CITY. MONTANA. Tonle of Subscription. H1 SAIL, IM ADVAUC3. POITAGE PAI&U Z5dItioo,. 0Cyear.... . SlO. ' C1 lM o Sd~IRa t month....... 1. U ttem. none mioth .. . IA O -. To Im e-c.eetaceZe. or Wrfier. eleri eyenina. at 25 Cernt per week W MLT 3317103. VRLWW FACKE. .af~~ ~ ~ ~ . ....... ..... ... IRA. U1 fL imm, th ..*...... . ... . 1...U Tuesday. August 28. 1894. wall Fara Republiean Couant Coaventless For the Purpose ofelet Ian delegates ftramou - Co't to the n publican state conavention.. iSe e hdfd at Helean at .w&pt.st. lt44. the reputde ens of (luster cou.d" are ber-b) called to tt..? Diana convention at miles City-, Moiit.,on tixeday, SEPTEMRER ItT. 1894. AT ItrL PK I'P. M. The only hnsiessbe',rciht.cmtion hle in called: will he the ,eeleetion of .veven dI deleqatoa to the republican state ruvention and it must not he mistaken for the regulsr county comention which is called for Sept )tth. and wht.ch will beconmpneedl fdelgatexelecte'l at regular...

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 August 1894

JOUSNAL W3ATW33 S3POST. eter. Temp. Wind Weather. dask beWale a mamber means below seron. DAWIL LOCAL DSAls. Iastam tmapersttfre. 97. Miimes temperstare. 57. Ma.. saperatare. !¢. Preeipiataia in last 24 hoars. 00. H. B. BOYNTON, Observer. WKATHER Ft)REt'AWT. WAssma.Toa. An.. 3 fl To observer. Miles City. Montana: Memtana-inaruseteaain caarms: show er in N. potien tonight. cooler in s portian Weednesday morning wareet er Wedaeed.m. HANRINOTON. Chief of Weather Bureau. Nora-The above forecast is for U houn tram 6 a. a.. its date Mcintire Merc. Co. The Big Double Store. Stationery Departnent. School Books and school sup plies. Clothieg Deprtuest. Boys' School Suits, Pants, caps and waists Shoe Departunst. New stock of School Shocs - Our i 0oo Rock Bottom is all right. Ory Goods Departnmet. New Goods daily in Urea Goods. Thompson's Glove Fitting Cor set. We offer a line of Fall Jackets and Wraps at very attractive prices. All Odds and Ends of Summer Goods closed out regardless of Cost. ...

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 August 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report RME0 RqY"i~YPubff ON A SUFFALO'S BACK. A sma'sn Wia a31 ne4.re a Nm.pUMs. e Nefd Omhese. Norh r1aies. "It was in the summer of 1849. A let of COllfornias were in camp on the North Platte. In the vicinity of (Maneº Rock. which is a landmark cow of former times. The Californi as concluded they would like some buffalo steak out of a herd they saw gracing in the distance. It was no un common sight in thosedays. But you won't see it any more. No more buf Mao, and never will be again. The party I mentioned started out to run down one of the herd. Witcher took the north side of the herd, and his friends came up on the south an< west sides. That stampeded the herd, for the boys had fired on the buffalo. * They took a header toward Witch r, who was on horseback. He saw Mem coming. and he knew they wouldn't turn aside for him. He had seen them run before. In spite of the speed of his horse he was soon over tken. He saw the herd g...

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