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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 18 March 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLTIMF. XT. NO, Ic,. MILES CITY, MO:NTANA, SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFIP? - ATIQ! iii-1+ r",. " ý ..:\ ! Vi r *it'l i t. N., Sip l.,i;i., R. ,ota "I,...'.i.r ,. n '.1 l 1l'i I X Northern Pacific Time Table. No. 1. l'nciti. Mail. . . . .1:t). p 1'bs 5 Pay Fr...ai tn. W.e4 Atlantic Mail.... ..27 a. al. N..ta~tl, · Wa~l~~·· Ic.-i~l 12l Official Directory. 14'vt. ;II1.~ Slt, lca.gi.r .1 Vi.fir Vir:.i Tallii Min.- AilIt.R Ia.t~( lr..a i Wt :*....I A lly ti rra .. 1..i. V..W. ll k"~." 1, $ulvl lairns i .. . . . fF.iEII.v I.. G~kn I.I"i (,,ltte . l ,r l .i l . .1. Ir . l . I . Li,-i. :u, Ally c . . . ... Ilr.r I . Hairks~. .tlli. 11,ilt, 1)1141141, to 1. .4 ""r. Lln: 5,-iitiralii. toll M"iMIlsi, 1sa . . . '.HT . I'. n ii ~il iikau H- ., I lk iipt s i(is. 11.-r H '.i.ff,aa.i 1,k NI1scifl .1. Hawl ."ii. lit ., itutr utrsaaucs . .. (... (Ig. r. u hk andr.-tic "I H.H iiwscslllatsr. : olk etor bict I i." .1. Is . iMilli l, " Iii. la." 4rgi.mn .. ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 18 March 1893

?TE DAILY JO)[RmSAI, MILEs ('IT', MiNiTAN I. Everry Morning Eixcept o:I it. Ter. s ,,f Slvmr.,..rpt ; ,. . S ....... ... . .. . L.. uth Mat.... f . . '"" ier, o evel.r Inrlonrat :s well knrr w I HELKI.t EDITIO\, .UL,.%% PArtPit. mlutted in a debate Mr. lhirr has hald Henry (h rge at Syracu. Th i t sil turday.er March . 1 .al a ONE ON tESNRY (iEOR44E. Roswell G. Horr is well known an a Lsster of the argutnent eadhnlinetr 4le can turn his opponent's flank if such a thing is possible. This was well illus 'uhtrated in a delbute aIr. Ilorr has had with Henry (George at Syracuse. The eminent single taxer muade his usual ar gansent against the -unearnel incre lsnt." that is, the value which is addeid to land by the eclnnlulunity at large through no effort of the owner. Mr. Horr replie: "'I hale a biw,k entitled 'Pt'ugress and Poiert.'. Did vyou write that twulk?" The t.thor adtuitted that he did. aid Hlorr .iultinuel.: "'I find onniething, iii thait I,,ok whic.h suiliprisris lire. Otn its ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 18 March 1893

THE IDAIIY .IJolHLNAL MILIE' ('ITY, MONTANA. J t' N.S , ivr " .v1 i11.a 1 : I-:. ol' s. IIt I. ' I - , .ia l., 11wh 17.. I., )iilrllll' MuIt. I..ls I l . :..,aimum t .mit r..;22. M elianmlll IePresll ruti, tura , 1. Meanl tPemeI.raltulre 10. Pr.eilitati.on in laslt . hour . I ilchh. II. II. 1)OIVNTO.N, Ohb.rver. WEATHER FOREC 'AST. ItsrseiNTv, lMarclh 17. To observer. Milea ('ity. Montana : olntana: -Fair, uarmer i.at, ,evening. II.ARRI NIITON. Chii.f Iof Weather Bureau. Nitrs:- The aalove fIrecaet is for :I hours tre 6 a. m.. Its date.. LOCAL ITEMS. For Budweiser Ieir call at 1'rofeasor Bach's. * J. E. Pitts of St. l,ouis is registtered at the Maequ'*en. J. II. McCune of lI~st..n arrived in the city last evening. IOUmp's celebratell lager I..,r at Bul lard's. * Last night's No. I was on timte for the irst trip this week. George P. l)i."r of Miineap1lis came is on No. I last night. Stock Iuspector Snith returned .y: morning from a western trip. Yesterday was considerahlly warmer and...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 18 March 1893

lghc't of all n L.: r:i; I 'oer.-L axt U S. Got't Report. A .1O TE1r 0UP 'A Kwtz'crq~-. Nt ikI ThL, t ABcWL mpz HOW D '"C-'1 CJ:E;::NCV 13 f;L' DEEMED iY TH : GCVE>;: .;:'". Wn.l.prsI r I tr.. y Mr.. o e. til Treo'uryt i1.alrt in Vi lllhint'on- t :' Hoapele,.slh he- Oted. The redemption din\iiiun of the it, .. ury depart:miint is one ,tf tie tlost ilh i. esting of it- bt miclh.s. It is hure thut mnutilated money comes foCr il'enltiii.:a. tion, and the form in whlich it corn, tells to the chief of the ,livii, on m1;1y si romance antl lmany it tale of woel. Tufer is much that is hIlnlrd ulls ad ull thIl1 that is pathetic in Mr-.. Brown's pilli, eerxriiitcc. f ilat e.rl rir"l~c rllanits .\t nearly eight.een year, nl., w;ia i:i t h it time million- of ,t' ,il:r.s have pa--1 throug;h her hlnllai. minot of it inl si.ihi condition as to be. ,- yv:hu idlenlitin;i, ii by ordinl;ry meanl There is hardly iniy way you ' a: tit,: of in which mone' i1. llt Illutil ;l "I or partly dtsctr:,u.l ....

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. — 19 March 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO, I56. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTh POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. M\II.- t .1L,.'.. BYa·rtrr l,. n, 1:11 .Il f !..; .frl 1". ". li/..:tr ll, 1,. il ·L··(: I., -. 1 '" 1,.- liy:i+ Fri~a..-..... i"" I'. s". R widire ''4.4,4. \,..h - 4. I,. J5.adi..' ')t1 k',,I ,'r .rMI ..., ('I V. ".41:1 4. I . M 1 Northern Pacific Time Table. LUAVSt M1IlE.. t 11r 4.l4tI" WE.sr RA 1. I'aIfc Mail.... ...11 f..t 56 PI 4pr.4 Frua1Ii. . .1n 11. o Pay i Freight... Pa . ... I:444,. it.. Mw4 Atlantie ail ..5a Mwa $ 4l Kmtr IMFight . . .:556 n. in. Nel1 Way Fr.eight . . Sn4 Official Directory. MeIlil.r o ..('on. r."--.... . W. Iix..t. l44 14,:, 4lovernar . . . l. i,.'k:r,rl.. 11,1:,u. Litnuf"(i.r ..'1xI.kn 1 ,n 44meV.4tary o Slate$,t I.. l:..twiti. H..l,.,.. State Trr.aur,'ar F I. V. WrTighlt. Hlit.,Ir Sat. A.jlilr . ..lr.'o 41. 4,,k, Il.. n;, Att'y (iraa~ r,.4 f114.14 .2 4241,"14. 11: 1 I Mwpt 1.b f It,4.:. ". ýt··."r ··. (11"I,:1 (Nh $l.upom 4...

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 March 1893

MI DILY CITY. M() NT.V\. 1. ~Eil Eliitii I4 4444444 KLtY .in r.J'. t.IIH "i I'Y. tT E t1 Y i\'.rt ý+1. i ,ýi .. t i l Ii.. L Y(f lt .. ". 44 Sunrd ut. Ma+ r Ib I.I. 1S9 )11. Tita city buiiling project ic('eupitis .io -atreh of our splace this mlornling that wet te-rain from extendal ed litorial r'lan1nlieti. .e are pleaset to It' ahli, to msay how suer that both at the ('huimilr of ('olr merte meeting in the ftreats1mm of yesa edltay at which the.re wast a large at ttendanie of tbuslil.essa iwInIi alllnd heavt taxUmyers anit at the' h colint'il Ineeting lati night. the projec't wasr ret''cihd with much appraolati, n and aI nowt dlecidal' iaterest ,vint.caed . n its early realizaiti,,n. The fact thait a city Iuilling attting -IO,Ott). will not cost us any waore in thel way of interest o Itn tls, th .in ti are Znew paying in a-nts for niagare and tn atisfaitorr altrtw tllat iS. eatitas to mattle ite qutestiontI with ,'ry tatnly. . anil it may tInow Ib ' ctoanitlenhltly. asaserted that...

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 March 1893

THE DA IY .ItilT INA L MIUl.R CITY. MI\T IN \A. JOI'INAL .1, 11i r..: ::. I:.I'/PI'. , 1o . . N ' .. ent.. '1 :: I h . 1 '. t - 141.1 LM .t. Mr. t".s I)II'.I I. . Maximumutrntrtre.Hi. Minimaum tlenl.ornotlr., II. Mean tenllarature.li It. II. II. IIO.NTON. Ota.r,rver. WEATIHER FORECAST. WAdnanio.x., March I1. To oohtarver. Mil, City, Montana: Montana: - Light snows, warmer Sun. IIARIRINGTON. Chief of We.ather BIureau. Nors:--The ahove f ore.aMt is for :at hours tra. 6 a. m.. its date. LOCAL ITEMS. For Budweiser bler call at Professor Bach's. I Bert Edwards of Pumptkin creek was in town yesterday. Lcmp's ccl,brlit:al, lager bteer at Ili lard's. * R. C. Tinkerdale ,f (hi,:, can9 in on No. I last night. J. E. Davis of ,St. Pl',l regist-,rei1 at the Mucqlueen last ,ighht. It is expc.Ited that the trIl a will .. paid off at Fort .l'-,:h to marrow. Hot rolls e'very ,-vet.ing frlt,l 57 to t o'clock at the ('Court llouse Iakery. * Brig. Davidmon is in from Pumpkin creek, and appears to Iw en...

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 March 1893

Hiqhxs: of fll in La ; Gov't Report. rrdn> iy A)/ ¼2~ ABSOLUirELY ?URE MILKING4 A I.)OlSE. A PENOBSCOT GUIDE'S STORY Of ANOTHER TRUTHFUL GUIDE. 3ew "Dairymnan Anance." of 3loCtnhead, Managed to SecLure Sometithilg for Ills Sportsnmeu to )Drink IResides the Cold. Murky Water of the Lake. "Here's a pretty mess! The milk is all The speaker was one of a party of four New York sportsmen who, with an equal number of guides. had been cruising about on the west branch of the Penob soot. but were now camping on the abores of Chamberlain lake, preparatory to returning to North East Carry. They had been out longer than they had planned, and some of the supplies had become exhausted. Then tnurning to the gulides, who were lying at full length on the gronud quiet ly enjoying the young bh,lol's discom- fiture. he asks. "Isn't there a farm(ho,:.e or hotel near whel o we could buy som: '" "De~lsnds on w tat you call lner." re plied a ":oodlsnunll. "'if you don't reckon forty miles far. t :,:, wi...

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 March 1893

THE Y-ELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME X!. NO, 157. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTI POSTORFFiCE Er.luPr ,li . 11' 1! L I r 7 + ..... ! - , I'. 1'.. r i.-t , fn 1. er"lli T Tnnc,n " lift .r, :.i.,u·r - - t ' i~ "_ ,,. Ik ec t i ,n. M-i.. . . . :. n.m Office-irctry Mo n .. ti e,-."r. . .. .. . l-", 1... r .. R .gi"itry t'h.- .. . . :IA, . 01kl a).- (felit*," r . 1 , f , ; 12. I , 1 .I. t .1 Aorthern Pacific Time Table. I.E\T5 M.II.I: 'T¥ (.10 1\6 t.S', No I. PaRcifi Mail .. . ...........! . nl . io rial t""r.ir pt F r . i r r , M :ia n itn. No 55 Pay Frniiflt. I.E:.t\"+E MI I+ 'W..F~tni. 1TY. Na Atlantic Mail .. ..... ...... . . a. in. ho 54 .xpl "t. r'eight . .. ....... .i . l itn. NNu i t ay F' ilht .... . . . f. I at ll. Official Directory. Joh Gih Miis it "ITE. Mralih<, , ,f ,iagr, ...I. . W. lour... ll0 l la tio hrr llir . .. . . . R lick lrd. (."- , l .lt +iL lta·\liRv... .. . . .l..lx lIllkin . l i l Anuri-W- "n .i Irre t State L. )I. t itt . HIittil...

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 March 1893

WTE DAILY J(L RNAL MILEI CITY, MONTANA.. Every Mornilngl E,1.eopt H elonay. Ter,a. f Stb. c'rilithn. BY MAIL, IN IDI \%( L. PT e1' \te P eIlD. jlbmdl tdition. one year ................ .1 y Editiou, cix ma . ............ . ;.e c Editionl, oIrn nIa.nth ... .. 1. To ('rITM I .' RIBERS. Spmrier, rrer, y morning, at .. cents per week. WIEKLY EDITION. YELLOII PF PER. s ear ................ ............. .... . U 0 Mon th s .................... ............ ..2It Tuesday. March 21. 1193. Tarn Anaconda Standard heads its list a. church notices in the Sunday issue wilh the alluring head line "'Sinners" Opportunities." Gov. RlcKARR.m has named April 1. as Arbor day. We hope to see it observed laMiles City by the setting out of not ems than one thousand trees. TH: county commissioners of Gallatin county have tendered eighty acres of the eounty poor farm as a site for the agri cultural college. The state hoard If education met at t HoIzeman yestterdlay to act uxpon the location. T.E departure ...

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 March 1893

THE DAILY .JOTURNAL MILEsI ('ITY, M(ONTANA. IO l'la ,,I ', ni , + t l- .. ll.at. i I. Th l , , - S'..'r.. .r. Ml` " niln tr' (till,, r 1lur 1.'|. MhilliIInuHst I, run atti, U.·l' II. m'A UNnN. Mtarrl,. .21 To lo.-rvy.r, M ih. ('ity. Montanna : MonItana: Light l.aiowr, cI.Ihr Tuelllay ' monlg f ollowed by warini.r. II litINfiTON. ('hif of I at.tir lireanu. 'OtrE:- TI i atve f,r.l lat i for : itl hour from l a. m., its dalt-. LOCAL ITEMS. For Rudweiser iteer call at Professor Bach's. * P. J. Perry of Manhatitain Slpent ys terdaiy in the city. Rled . 1,t Donald ili tiliip fit'Oll 'l'erri oni No. I last night. LTtnip's celhrih•,atl hlaer lber at linl lard's. Whit Langley clil 41 dlown, from For syth yesterday nlllnig. W. Allan of ('hii", : r.,risterel at the Maullleenl yZiesterday. C. R. Middleton went up to Itillings last night to atrend court. Eri Coggshall went ,town to Terry on No. 4 yesterday mornining. Take your datches. clocks and jewelry to W. P. Waters for repairs, * The Goodn ...

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 March 1893

Highest of :1 ±. ;. n. G t Ropoer :. o AS 7 t Trl r "y ,v"-i 4 ': ______A~23C~flI9.~4 ·:Jfin DUAL i:'E u:iA 'i'". RESIDUAL PHEN;Y'ENA OF THE MIN) IN SANE PEOPLE. This Feature of C'olplt a'r'e r.mliti Is Dest Seen nla te Case of It S.o Called ., soutamitnIed Iltlhll)Pn Slan--I:a.tr:; lies of the Sleeping )Mind. Evidence is not wanting to show that what we call personality is an extremely complex thing, the sum of subsidiary lpr sonalities which now shift and change like the figures in a kaleidoscope, and again becoming sharply defined under some abnormal condition crystallize into two or more distinct groups of elements, which alternately sleep and wake cr even coexist. There complex elements may be so unstable, the groups compios ing them constantly breaking up and forming new conlhiations, that theidea of multiple lerson.llaty does not natural ly attach itself to them: it is only when they becuume stab:'. and especially when each exlibits a well defined conscious ness that we b"dgi...

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. — 22 March 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO, 158. MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. 666tt n, f'ri r :.1.. :1 - .6.666:16 " r.. Ottit, it.,lo ,.t r tel l : rl.. ,i.. 11. nrtl.P , 446I.466:666666I and F'rl. v in" Is. Its. ·..W r~,.ll and F·,nriday.i~ l .... ... .... .1, 644,fBi.'61r4i .M.. ...: . lot 1,. I ts O IfPI*c I 1v.r . ^(.4,:, W..,4 O)io tlcs . l........ 4... ...1 1.n6.y .r.tirci 6....... "... ...1 :I..I.1. Oud cli o 6-6lsn Sf,,64a (hive ' l.t' fr6,6 I_ 66 11.. I 6i11. W. St16 6666 1'.4 Northern Pacii Time Table. Witt 1. Pacific Mail . .....4666 p 46. 1t.66 1 'p~n".6. Fncigl,6 4:wit16. 66 NtII Pay) Fr6uh.i.l,4 ..... 6.66 i.nt LEVAVE 6166.E6 'ITre 6.6661(. 6: tT. Rno 4 Atlantic 14661.....6. . 66:7I. 666. No3 a r lt. .... 1:up tOfficial Directory. Hrmir·nr r of ('n rr... . .Ilx n.1, :r Neer6.tac)66of64666 . . .. R..twitt. H16461666 $46146 Tn.·nur.r F. IA. Wright66, 446t.16.666 State6' A64id6r %lr. w it. 41 loL, H1." .666 Att'y (I...

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. — 22 March 1893

EKvery NMornlillt ,t:w \tep `itore .y. Teai . o BY MAIL. I 4;1 N I V. . Ili dlbti . six turn..tio n - Ly KLY itio, ela. . ..LO, l P1Pit. While writing with all the scient ii knowledge of a great astronomIler. C'amile Flammarion in his marvellous story "Omega; The End of the World." which begins in the April number of the (~s mopolitan magazine. keeps the reader at 4he highest lsoint of excitexlteInlt by his vivid description of the alarm andi des pair excited by the approaclh of it cOllet whose collision with the earth had Ieen declared by astronomers il:,1vitable. Thei description begins at a timen then the business of the world has baln susplend ed. and at a treat ines mIeitil""ini hell in the Institute of lFranilI . 1A. 1t hIIar thei dis enusion if swi.]nth-t, as t, th,' pl.sibi lity of a setenml delue,' the ,h'.ing up of all the surface water of 'he _lobhe. llr tihe total destruction of L ,itan life h? e ill.' 'together with all the ipssibi, tllralss of death paralleled by th ii...

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. — 22 March 1893

T .IE DAILY 101 iº\AL . s In..I'\ . 1 % . I It ' , : : ,, . Dill 1. 1 , % tL M Minisum tern!'.l sitse it .l , !1. Ments temin-ratlt.re. 21. 1'recipilatnt in .- lis1 t l hou , n. x II. H. I4 IYNTO)N. WE.\TIIEII fI'011R:' MT. WVAS4IINIITur \. Morlcl "1 To ohtsrver. Mile, A'ity. M,intana: S Monltalna: --Light nows, warmr. W.: n4.01n1,"y evening in ii.rt-i 441i| ea.lt inorti'n liARHIINIiTOiN. ('hief "of i1 athter ,lin lln. NOTE: Tbhe aibvie fsrs.ast is t ,r f : Illr lrsl, fromn a. mlt., its. iste. LOCAL ITEMS. For Budweiser hbeer .ill at: 'rof,"ssoi Bash's. Josiah Nichols ois. ,It s .:st',,,, Msnt 8nla'ss. lil rull ,ter.. sm'se s i ,s i i Ifriin PerT s ' Iltliot on st Mssilai. ail is still in the city. LsItIp's seles' rat't" las.ir i..',' ait 1si lards.. Sc.rotula. whether hIrs., itrl ,,r ai quiried. is thorou,.hl esxl'lhiel If:rm lthe bisul by lthfIi's Saraalrilla;. tl ',' gl,,1 bhld puritisr. lHot rolls every esvening frm s. t11 u i e'ch.sk at the C oourt hu, haksry. * John M. IfHolIt...

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. — 22 March 1893

1 t of al hi ....> ;.-- >a:cst U. S. Gov. Report. CAan ABS'RTEf PUR AMOI QJhL REPrFOOF IN LOVZ. Because -e are -,u: o.lut 'r.," (lpht, Each of thl,wlr,. took anut tmilst '4tan" ethe" ri o 'll al1d!i'" t..h Itl Becan1- thi dnwn that jit has trotulht L:riti. n~, i. 1It rti aints or pain. Nothing for ao ;tilm tie tt I :.-ht The righti to live our li\re In vain. Takte notat ni) the ii. ltret That 1 ad mte tn mty i .rtrly way To knlo: yu tnmoblec. sweet and pure. GIreat in least serv-ie day by day. -Wives alti DUtughters. How a Saber Cut Feels. "I hardly know how it feel. to Ie shot, but I well realize how it feels to be cut," said Mr. 0. 1). I .eves of Inilianapolis at the Lindell. "1 enlisted- in c:tvalry regiment when I was 16 and put in four years for Uncle Samt. Do you see this sear? That was dote ait Nashville," and be held up his left haul, which was al most Encirt hid iby a deep scar. "Tihe boys were, tre:l.red to charge. and I had empti.l t:y ,;t,,l antd had just drawn my ...

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 March 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO, 159. MIL S CITY, MIONTANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE BEGU'ATIO'S. I'., 1' · t ..·· 4.?..'t.ri, t ..r II' 1" 4n..l a ',.tn l ,' 1 1, I Ofiw." ci.,,' no l!i Pay Fr.'iflt. .. ... I,, "tl. Ne~dy 4 Atlsote Nal.. . Ir . t. 1I. I.4 Officil Directory. . "i 1 . l . ' ic llur I ..1. Norhen acfi TmeTale LPh.%4. 4,.,.(I .4I. 14,xVT.oIr Yu 1. PciicMal . ... . ..k,ri. lI', tnot.'i ra r . . .. ...... ,..I. i ,i .ln.4 It 4.i Atlainti M il 4 . . '. .:2,.jI In" Expn'rr Freight . ·. l..\il. .. . ... HL·( At~i 6 Wa Fr-eigt V . I hI d.' lo to. ,, I 'l .' fi. l~ll l 4.1 ·(ll Officiav~Ill .ulill D~iirectry '4o tnr.,o f (i',,,.: 4,,, \ 44 11' ~..n. Fl,. ten: 4iorrnriror . I1 . ,F: . . It i hd..11'- Citu Liens ... 4.. . 1. hIn4...iii,4. H . E 44. Mcrrrtury.. I roE '... H.,.4I.', itlai I 'E ShI·at..ciff J. l. akrigh. 1I,,E 144 Tr"n.u;r0.r 'A. nr 'Aavno'-' ILk aolll lIC.Er .H 1 %.4,'rIti'r· raptPOP t,. . .1 'a.."re H. ."iu (1k loilr E,,nE rt ...

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 March 1893

?IIE DAILY .JoURNAl: .1.1 St MA\tIL, I\ N r\ \I : 1'-: Il ý Y I . L Yea(iriti,, l, .ne v4.......... . I"!. KI W-m witiuul. -ix month. R ! M: ·-·- HII Edition. one month .1... . .. ... I'ml W .crie. ,very mornning. at 25 tlntr pee H.I·(· WEEKLII) EDIT, FY\, r\a ll't. II aithu ................ .. .... ..t P : atr... .... .. ............. ........ .I:: Thursday. March _". ~ 13. OnRAT FALLS voted on a proposition to isue S80.000 of school onds on Mon ay last and carried it by an overwhelm hg majority. Let Miles City do as well proportionately a week from Saturday. And by the way there is scarcely a town d any size in the state that is not in line an this proposition this sprling. &I r: tidings of the ill fated steam ship Naronic have at last beeIn had. .A British steamer that arrived at lemar on Monday last relports that on March 4th when somewhat southwv-at of Salli-e .Island. Newfoundland. sli- sightled two ot the Naronic's life lumts. lte- Il upwards. This tueagher intollilen'e 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. — 23 March 1893

THE DAILY .1O!]UNAJ. I - Pgmcij~itati·i'i inr liltrt Zl~,er~ r. (hu ML . :. IIT. Y T Nro. $ n.Onn.,rv r. WFATHERK FioRE .\sT. i" . WA1..TN =1ci Uf Thlu'im n ri . Malt,, lily. r,"l.a: Mnntnna ittir ifr.ruulad by warciinra i. inIril a11urnt n.a( p$ti H.I R. OlNTON. 4'iEi.%THE f atlaH r R urvau. Snam:-Tibn alwtvr u t~,.cNOir Mar il Mro o a:Fa.rm., jin blyit . LOCAL ITEMS. For Budweiser beer call at P'rofessor Bach's. * Robert 'teeleof Poiwder rice r cane in on No. 1 last night. Leimp's celebrated lag.,r Itair at lhl lard's. * G. C. Lunt of Mlini. al,,lis registertd at the Macqueen ytesterday. Nat Ieasley returned to his hoIe at UPuebud on last night's train. Mrs. J. II. McNaney returned on last night's train from an eastern visit. Hot rolls every evening front 5 to (6 *'clock at the Cou.rt House bakery. * F. M. Hurley of tit. Paul was among thoe who came in on No. 1 last night. D. F. Mackay of Ekalaka, came in yesterday, and &ill remain a few days. H. M. Moran has been tontined 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 March 1893

*i- A' ('~"sB r~; AWVTW PtiJIjs E,~5Q i'_'., r vt I `en r, `ýrý ý ýý `ý., rSk ý! ý .:. ý: r ý f^.A; FIRES L\ DWL'I. ,lIN(,. FEW HOUSES HAVE MEANS CF CE CAFE EXCEPT THE DOORWAYS. A Trapdoor In the Itoof Seesn. to re t1U: Only Suggetlion For- a Erao. of t '-.aio In Case the stairway of a Hlottme In tle City tI on Fire IDuring the Night. Two deaths frotm suffocation in a bunt. ing dwelling have again called the atten tion of all thinking people to the fact that dwelling houses are not provided with any practical nmeans of escape in case of fire occurring in the lower floor during the night. Investigation by a re porter shows that the law is mute on the subject of escape. from dwellings Neither the laws governing the bureau of building inslpectors our those applying to the burean of fire touch on the sulject. Both bureaus a.cree in sayijg 'that sonle means of ext other than the stairways should be providd,. and both favor the introduction of tr.ip)dCors in the rofs as the most feasible ...

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