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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 29 August 1894

_THE YELLOWSTONE_ JOURNAL. OLUME XII. NO. 297 MILES CITY, MONTANA. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, I$$. PRICE FIVE CENT S 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. *WAhDllJS. N. D., 4'. 3. W ePUCIr. Steihrni A51D ACIOCEKULt RSt..ed !t leock (frowers Beak blush. oa s-k t 10. s.. 2 to 4p. mn., end 7 lorus~a . drbe uacepsed hi Dr. F"a ella aha ma ~ ~ :S eaw muien ant Moet .l i..ned tosr .f bwS.nIH.rt cca NO SIGNATURE President Cleveland Explains His Reasons In a Letter. We Admits He Feels Hart, Mut Eahorts tae Demoeratte Party to Per severe In Tarif Merorm. WAssisternN. Aug. 28-The president today sent the following to Represents tire Catching., of Mississippi Aug. 27. Itlet. Hon. T. C. Catching.: 1 My Dear Sir -Since the conversation I a bad with you and Mr Clark. of Alabama. ji a few days ago, ...

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. — 29 August 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL. MKL CITY, MONTANA... ..wry Evesseas psa" s afay. Terms of Slbseriptioa. I NAIL. ID AMANCI. POSTAeB PAID. tros, one year .... 10.0 tius, Cie m onths ..........1 itins, one mont.. th....... 1. 0 TO CIYI SCIuCKItasR. n4 OTl. every evening. at 25 cents per wre . WUILT UDIT)ON. TRLLOW PAVKX. ;Wednesday. August 29. 1894. 1 4101 For a Uepuabtean County Cewventh a For the perpose of elect ing delegates fromnt' - Ser Counaty to the republican state eonwenta.".. Ubebshld at Helena on Sept.6. 1t14. the repob.I sane of Custer county are hereby called to nut t mass roivention at Miles City, Mont., on turday. 5KPTEMBER ItT, 1894. AT O*LO(CK P. T. The only business before the convention hern in called will be the se.llet ion of eleven it, isleqats" to she republican state co'nventi.'n ead it must test be mijatakin f.r the' regsilsr :ofnty csnvctstis which is called for Scpt 35th. and whebh will becssstpsssd..fl sit ls"lgatesselected. aregislir primary clectious. to in held on Si...

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. — 29 August 1894

JOUKWAL WRATHfR aEPORT. Temap. wind weather. dash before a number means below sero. DAILY LOCAL KUAUa. meaimam temperature. 97. Miatmam temperature. 67. Mean *amperature. k2. Pree atkmoni last 34 hours, e0. H. R. BOYNTON, Observer. WEATHER FORECAST. WAsUaroToN. Anu.c To observer. Miles City. Montana. era in Ns. .tortu~ t, noiljt (2oIe. inin E portion Wednesday morning warm er Wednesday. IfARRLNGTON. Chief of Weather Bureau. Noru-The above forecast is for M hours from 41a. mn.. its date is ti Mcintire Merc. Co. The Big Double Store. Stationsry Department. l School Books and school Sul) plies. Clothing Department. Boys' School woits. Pants caps and waists. d Shoe Department. New stock of school shoes -. Our $t oo Rock Bottom is all right. Dry Goods Department. New Goods daily in )ress v Goods. Thompson's Glove Fitting Cto- v set. We offer a line of Fall Jackets and Wraps at very attractive prices. All Odds and Ends of Summer ti Goods closed out regardless of p Cost. b We are making bi...

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. — 29 August 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Lattat U. & Gov't Rcport DrA1Baking IX'V owde AsouewY3. PUPS ON A BUFFALO'S BACK. " .*.V. We meM ms.s. a s... sw and . .sas am eme I&". "It was in the summer of 1849. A let of (blifornias were in camp on te North Platte. in the vicinity of Chimae7 Rock, which is a landmark sow of former times. The Californi as concluded they would like some bafalo steak out of a herd they saw grazing in the distance. It was no un ecmmon sightin thosedays. Dut you won't seeit any more. No more buf hlo, and never will be again. The party I mentioned started out to run down one of the herd. Witcher took he north side of the herd, and his friends came up on the south and west sides. That stampeded the herd, for the boys had fired on the bufalo. "They took a header toward Witch er, who was on horseback. He saw hem coming, and he knew they wouldn't turn aside for him. He had amen them run before. In spite of the speed of his horse he was soon over taken. He saw t...

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 August 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE__ JOURNAL. OLUME XII. NO. 293 MILES CITY, MONTANA. THURSDAY. AUGUST 30. 1894. PRICE FIVE CES BOYS 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. * . ANr~fDRUSl, Y. D).. . U. UWA. S Oni) AN LIVUU Mdn ri ausk Growers Dank buock. ( th o la- t.IS1..8.4p in .. ad? L1Lii4, biotir omelu~d Ma Dr. P~b camr.. SWOf =wub mum 3b 0 - Uee m~e b I ýt Mr"e b6.e.or~ I mw. M « ýeeiewe pr. A BLAZE OF (dLOAlY Thousands of Knights Parade the Streets of Washington It Was a Grand Sight. The Preside Reviewed the Parade. Which Was Owe of the Most Gor gees* Ever Wit..ssed There. WAeImtroN. Aug. 29.-The feature of the Pythian encampment was the grand parade of the uniformed rank this afternoon. Fifteen thousand knights were in line, marching by state brigades and the procession was more than two hour. passing the ...

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 August 1894

YSE DAILY JOUIN A I ma. Cm". IM@N?AA. Uv..1 Uwalag -u~ Suaa. !rerma of 8ubwE$4pow'. 01 MAnL. 11 A5Yh303. bOSTAU PAID. wais "et.r . MOO D** Well,,. 0,6, 0,6,13,, it > tsprweek. WrLW 3311016. VQ.LOW PP Thursday, August 30. 1894. . I or a Bepebitrae Comuty CaavematSn slbrthe puapas. of eiecttng delegatea ferrniu - I Co.aty to the republucan state mmtrts.m. bbs bald at Helena on Sept.6. ti~4. the repub~li }asof Custer county are hereby called to ine. 1 e~ttw convantion at Mile. C It), Most.. eit $5 KTEMBER INT, 1t84. AT 2 ttI.tN K j'. V. Tb. only buainesa before th convention iee in Called will be the nedlection .f ,ten - dc. pate. to the republican nutate h.maenti .n and,. must not b% mistaken fo.r the r'earler e..Int> contention which is called fo.r Se'pt 'Jtlt. ant wl~icc . will bec..ml.e orrt.fdele'gat.rrelecte'ýl .rri-uao primary elecrton. I.. he held i'n SiI, i. .ieiinlican can attend the inapt' rn.neo t.0 fre in ealle.l. and repreoent hi, pre cenct without credential.. 1 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 August 1894

JOURNAL WEATREE REPORT. p WLad Weather. 27 .M.3., ..1 gU?~Cear M sBtI6&.. .m 4 W d('oady dash before a number means below sero. DAILY LOCAL USA**. aszumac temperature. 97. Minimum temperature. 67. Meaa temperature 12. Preeipitatkm in last 24 hour,. ub. H. R. IOVNTON. Observer. WEATHER POREgtASI. WASMINoToN. Aug. 2+ To oaserver. Miles itY. Montana: Montana-lrrianr ining odinnee C how nCr in\ N. potin oight Coler in Eporti * Wolnewlas mornis; warn or W~ednesday. HARRINGTON. Chief of Weather Burean. Nora-The above forecast is for U hours from * a. m.. its date McIntire Merc. Co. The Big Double Store. Stationery Department. School Books and School `up plies. Clothing Department. Boys' School uits, ('ants. caps and waists. Shoe Department. New stock of 'choiol shoes - ()ur Si.oo Rock Bottom is all right. Dry Goeds Department. New Goods daily in lures, Goods. Thompson's Glove Fitting (or set We offer a line of Fall Jackets and Wraps at very attractive prices. All ()dds and Ends of Sum...

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 August 1894

Hihe of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report Iaain_ ON A BUFFALO'S BACK. £ 3eass wasr two anale a sum*s*. aqe and. on th w eres reaea "Itwainia thi summer of 1849. A 1st o (hlItornisas were in camp on *h North Platte, in the vicinity of ihmfaey Rock. which is a landmark ew or; S r tis. TheCaliforni am concluded they would like some bufalo steak out of a herd they saw gradgig Ia the distance. It was no un common sightin thosedays. But you won't see it any more. No more buf Solo, and never will be again. The party I mentioned started out to run down oneof the herd. Witcher took the north side of the herd, and his friends came up on the south and west sides. That stampeded the herd, for the buys had fred on the buffalo. "They took a headertoward Witch pr, who was on horseback. He saw 00m coming, and he knew they wouldn't turn aside for him. He had me.m them run before. In spite of the speed of his horse he was soon over taken. He saw the h* rd gaining on Wo, and he began t...

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. — 31 August 1894

_THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. OLUME XII. NO. 299 MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 31. 1894. PRICE FIVE CZNTV Boy I 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. PETfSICIAWNr. in c M 1~~JU. D., C). (*. C grctt AN. 5V BtlNwo AND A~'cN3ccNc. Amand 11 Stloakt Uowtes Baut block. bou ý,kan-4to Ifa.mi.. Ito 4p. in.. aud 7as LssLsr4. formerly omuedud hy Dr. Fius, It PHflw N PSYUI N Chuel Cm., ed at est _ vein___ 7 Se,. J. K. Dsetuam. Paator. ETlUde avrc SugrSet Main steetha vrpwek.. to tie teaueni seethest oeba CATHOLIC Church of the 6Scred Heart. poser of Mk tad Tentht Stre ta. ýSeervIe .rat A. 1.5. YA eýs uw idw sd W s[ mat. Lual ~~'us hat eud St"i *f dfMIýM Kw WIPED OCT. oT The Little Town of Elliston Al most Entirely Destroyed c By Fire. * tt The Loas is Report.: to tw About Tweaty at Thnausad bo...

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. — 31 August 1894

THE DAILY JOURNAL MILmS CITT, MONTANA. Eweru 3wev.ag EKe"pt apd . Terue of Suberriiption. ml MAIL, IN ADVAUCU. POSTABS PAID. loan.ition mont .y e a r....... 81010 ition. a snth ..... 1 0 *lp terrier. every evening, at 21 eents per week. WWELI BDITION. TELLOW PAPER. Y e ar.................. g...21 u Nath M.....n th............ .11 w Mnontht ........ ....... 1.141 Friday, August 31. 1804. 1 Fora Repabilean onmaty Centelselan For the purpose of eiecting delegates fram(une lta County to the repiublican state convention. lotte held at Helena on ytpt.8. I1ti. the republi can. of Cutter county are hereby ralled to meet to msnag convention at MilasCity, Mont., on Saturday, SITUEMItER ItT, 1t94. AT 2 tt'tLOCK P. 1. The only buvinens lefore the criveset ion here in called will be the serlection of eleven 111 deleatel to tae republican slate convention and it niutt yiot be mistaken fi~r the regnier eeaot riuventiiii which ii. called f,.r Sept Ottl. sad whirth will her..npoise.I ofdelegateseler...

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. — 31 August 1894

JOJBWAL WUATE~tUS 330. seer.Tmp" lee',(leads damb bela,. amember mesa below uero. bAILS WEA*L NBAUCa. maitmesm tempermalre. al. Kinimenm temsperalure. 67. Meae Mleperetere 1S. Pr~eipitatioa in st ai4 Lung.. ES. HI. I. IHNOYN.) Observer. WEATHERt FOREC AST. ('hirlof Weather IIureau. r.rTE-The above foreceet is forsU hours I tern 6a. ms.. its atet Mclntire Merc. Co. The Big Double Store. Stationery Department. School Book, and Ichool Sup plais. Clothing Department. B ys School luits. Pants. caps and w aists. Shoe Department. New stock of .chool sho s - Our SI 0o Rock Bottom is all right. Sry Goods Department. New Gords daily in Dress Goods. Thompson's Glos e Fitting Cor set. We offer a line of Fall Jackets and Wraps at very attractise prices. All Odds and Finds of Summer Goeds cloed out regardless of Cost. We are making big preparations . for the Fair and will show the , most Complete Stock at that time ever shown. Fwhiture Departnelt. Is Complete in all Staple Furni ture Shipping in ...

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. — 31 August 1894

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't kRport Baking Ash*LWaTEE PUBI SEE YOUR CATARIACT. ew lb. Obstruetiu* tI. 5. sight Or. of and May He Watheid. hi Cataract is maid to be due to the Ifeg gradual depoastion of oxalate of lime hbi in the substunce of tie crystalline we lens, at first in small spoteor streaks, a 1 sometime- in one part and some- ga times in another The deposit grad- ca ually incras'ns until it penetratesthe or whole of the lens, causing blindness. an The remedy. then, is to remove the sec lens, and after its removal the pa- Si tient needs a subltitute in the form em of highly magnifying spectacles. fa All that is necessary to enable a cn patient to see his own cataract for en himself is a piece of card and a nee- pa dle; a visiting card will do very well. in Pierce a clean round hole near the wa middle of the card and hold the card ! of up to the light close to the eye, look- ar ing preferably in the direction of a tu piece of blue sky. With the card ...

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. — 1 September 1894

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. 300 MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER z, I8*4. PRICE FIVE CENTF BO YS SCHOOL SUITS! , r 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. PKIITICIA NM. W. INDRI' .Mt. r.. t.I. . Iiad2 t..ck hir,,w,.r. Iisk hl...'k Oseht ourn I" t.. t . tn... t.. 4 p.. in.. au..h7 to 9p.m. Resaidene. formerly icrupiud hp Dr. Fish It.R. (i. REDD PHYB~t'IA A)ND MUROKON. eS.e at W. R. Havasi, Drsug stere. CB.rWhitney, fs, DENTIST. alStreet over Basegrowers Natimal daWork garanteed and at reasonable CRVHBCME.is i. M. Ryder. Pastor VUUUVIOIAN ('harsE, T(.roer Main streeat and MUsatana Avenue. Services unaday at a~m. amdI 7. p.m. Rev. J. M. Douglass. Pastor. Christian Endeavor Noreiety masts ame hour p euvasa to t:,." evening service CATHOLIC( h~nrehof the harrod Heart, .crerr Of t 'a ar....

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. — 1 September 1894

YHE DAILY .JOURNAI. 3ILO CITY, MONTANA. 3Utwry EKe.ig Eaeept saunday. Terms of Ssebeription. SRMAIL, IU ADTAECE. POSTAGE PAID. JMIi ) E 6 -itioG, on 3 't . ..!I 0 ýýAtlu E~ditiou, cmx months...... . c15. Edition. one montt.......... 1..v To CITY 51335C51E31. SI esirer. every evening, at 2. cents per we.. WEEKLY SIITIlS. YELLOW PAPEE. ots ............... ......... . Saturday, tieptemln'r 1. INt.94. ea., for a Republicasa (uat (,ronwaitlun. In purauaner' of the action of the Reerp.bliu Central Coammitteeof .ustrr county. Momanr . primar) eieetionr are or-rrrl to ire bhir w ?sririruiiereincrt ,.arned [rita. ofru tl, 5acptemb-r 15a . Iturn. hetwchn the biarnr o 4 t1 tu celock p. m.. for the purpojrt of rleriimad.. sate arnd alternatet. ti,,th kp.ju bliat. curt mrve ntiorn. toube hill at thre ourt hotr.-e n,. irn Pity. on NtcrnerItr). Sr4*iteuiuluc '?idl. tt 1. at 'L.eirrli. p. in., f. t ii.. pirrtt.ru. of Illacriat ,,, somniatium t full count trek t. Thei aptirt mrt ntilerit trfr"i-rtat...

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. — 1 September 1894

JOURNAL WEATHER REPORT. ru Temp. Wind Weather. 80 i 78....... E... I Part Cloudy at awai u ... ... 04E. 2t(oady dash before a number means below sero. DAILY LOCAL MARAS. maximum temperature. 4e. Minimum temperature. 67. Mean tempereture 76. Precipitation in [apt 24 bourn, i(D. II. . IIOYN SI'N, (Bherver. Wm .ATHEk FORI'EAST. WAmeffoTOps. Ana. 31. Toobeerer. Niles ity. Montana: Montana-Fair. coder Ptaturda). IIARRINfiTON. Chi-( tof Weather Bureau. NoTE-The ahtor torerant is for 36 hours from Sia. m.. its late ri McIntire Merc. Co. The Big Double Store. Stationery Department. S(chool lossand "chboil .u,, plies. Clothing Department. B vs echo~1 qut..t. lPant,. cap, and wanit. Shoe Department. New .tock of 'h4.4, .h"-- r )r SI 00 Rock HiIttomni :: right t Dry Goods Department. Ness Goods daily in fires, Goods Thompsons (;love Fitting Cor- d set. We offer a line 4f Fall Jackets and Wraps at very attractive price. ° .\1, ( )4,.;alnd F rid, of summer Good. closed out rll'ardlc.. of Cost. W...

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. — 1 September 1894

liighest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report ASS.W13.1iPUS NATIONAL LEDGER. THE NEW YORK HERALD'S DEUSER ATE FINANCIAL DECEPTION. A 9401 Wetshe Who Commes hSI10agselh .. twe.. Dehate sad Cstls-A latWsme Veally Adveese Tus Would seas Jms es etm 3a.n t-3lsweese Domewan The New York Herald, which is now potcrious for the deliberate deception in Do editorial articles on political sub jscs, has let one of its writers loose on the natiomal ledger, from which it im parts "a lesson." If there is one sub jeut upon which The Herald editorial staff w its more falsehoods than upon may other it is in its dealings with the magical ledger, and it is a mighty pod thing for The Herald that the Mssules at its editsrs are carefully ex olsded from its business department We all remember the complete de steection that came over the country last year through the FbSerman silver low, se The Herald said. but it was an fagsae in not discove.-ing the damns Ms efects of that law zring the unp...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 3 September 1894

tfE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XIL NO. 3)1 MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 3. t1$~ PRICE FIVE CENT! 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. PUTMCIA N4. P-a reIAu. Dtl~uS~N Alm Ar'uvcRat'a. Skor 7s d V IkStok (ir,,wtts Bank bkock. OoS.ý. host-. to 10 a. em.. 2 to 4 p,. em.. and 7 L..ama., form.ttgT oesempiad by Drt. Fiah das maala .l.sa. 53N~f. U.Rie, got. ýeam host (es. ae der iSgM a w Ms OC3-8 Ytw La. ma-ien ln test mmd nIm A TERRIBLE FIA)OD. Thousands of People Will Be Left Homeless The Facts Hard to Get At. Latest Reports From Ovalde Rhew That the Loss of Life sad Prep. erty is Emermous. So Arromo, (Texas. Sept. 2. The scenes <£ destruction and desolation in the flooded district, 100 miles east and west of here and extending south from the Southern Pacific Railreed to t...

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

'THE DAILY JOURNAL NIL= CITY. MONTANA. Every Eventug Except Sunday. Terms. of SBbeeriptiow. 31 MAIL. IN ADVANCS. TOSTAOE PAID. am dith... one year..............10. l' ,e~ydition, iii months .........6. o 3 i Edtion. one month ..........1.0 T erier. every evening, at 25 cents per week. V3LY 3D1TION. TBLLOW PAP3U. Monday, September 3. 1t94. Call fora Republican Cnuaty Convention. In pusuanace .f the a uthn of the Repablincin Central Commifittee of Custer coaunty. Montana. primary elections are ordered to be held it the various precincts named below. oan Saturday. Saytemnber 15th. lIHt between thi. ours of 4 anad a clock p. ir.. for the purpose- Of electing deli'. gates and alternatesato then Repiublican coutity #ea wention. ta be hell at the court house in iies( itknn Weineniat. September MO. 1310. at o'lflc pm.)forthepurr~a ofplacing it. summastio~n a toll counut? ticket,.f o i The apportionment or nprenentation o h diE, rent pricintaci will he a. fello~ws: M iles Pity . .. . .. . . ...

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

JOURNAL WRATHEK R3PORT. 7ter. Temp. Wind Weather. a : .1. E 4 (rt (loud) dash before a number means below nero. DAILT LOCAL UsUaN. UAssmaem temperature. M. Weimum temperature. V. Meaa temperature 76. Precipitation in last 24 hours. flJ. H. I. HOYNTON, Obterver. WEATHER FORVA'AST. WAnetNoTno. Aug. 31. To oberver. Miles it r. lontana: Montana-Fair. ene.ler Seturday. pop. ARRINTON. r tbief of o eathIs Br ou. Dare-The above forecast is for as hours from s a. m.. its date McIntire Merc. Co. The Big Double Store. Stationery Department. School lI(.Ek. and school 'up plies. Clothing Department. % -c IE(hoo mIit%. P ants. , ap and waists. Shoe Department. New stock of !schooI -1~t- - Our S ioo Rock Hottnm is a. right Dry Goods Department. New Goods daily in Dress Gootds Thompson- (,l e Fitting Cor set. We offer a line of Fall Jackets and Wraps at very attractive prices. All 4 lads and Ends of Summer Goods closed out regardless of Cost. We are making big preparations for the Fair and will sho...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 3 September 1894

Highest of al in Leavening Power.-Latest U. & Gov't Report PakLn As*VTLV UP NATIONAL LEDGER. THE NEW YORK HERALD'S DELISER ATE FINANCIAL DECEPTION. A Wks" weler Whs cass Dbassaguhh as swem 6Mba sand Cvsti--A Webemi ?S Adwesated Thsa weald 3sse James Sa4. m m -34er., Dswa" The New York Herald, which is now otorloms for the deliberate deception it is editorial articles on political sub jectr has let one of its writers loose or the national ledger, from which it im. parts "a lesson. " If there is one sub seat upon which The Herald editorial staff w ites more falsehoods than upon say other it is in its dealings with the national ledger, and it is a mighty good thing for The Herald that the theories of its editors are carefully ex oluded from its business department. We all remember the complete de steaction that came over the country last year through the Sherman silver law, an The Herald said, but it was un ramtunate in not disocvering the damn. bie effects of that law during the u...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
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