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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 24 March 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VO.IIUME XI. NO, 16o. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. 11. .4-yrl. i.Iri: '14I I .ll 4, Fart "en t.... ter a- .1 .".tr - n.. .-.i. IVHnt",'r,. . .mi l f34e.ri.ifI :til r4 .:,- . St 4..4,". :.. Hn1Fril,. . ,o. $nil,'*e. Smn' 1r y... (Nier r ,h I.,r ".I i . ... y.i'1. ip. R.Niwi.trn PI1Ir4.n.Y . . Angoa)ilt. ~fltir,"..li~nu fri.. It4 i.1i. n4.. I 4'.. W. ,tic n. V. M.1 Norttern Pacific Time Table. i.CAI' Will. if'rry DaisI'., wl yf . t, Un1. Pacil Mail ....... . p 1. S. 14zpri aa Freight.. .4. in. Nn . Pa)' Freighlit .. . :1r. :.. nt IE %I: 341 I 'll" f li~tlsu F.trIT No.4 Atlantic Mail :.... . . MU Mn Elirien Freight iIt. in. 1 NOi X1 Wayi Freight .. .U:1i p. Ii. Official Directory. h S'I"A TE . a ri Wiadie.."r of ',i.,ngrre..., W. W Dix"". He na 4itrnirtur. . .1.lr. if, Ia... 44W,,,. Lieot (i eu.v. . .\. 3rkl.II"xIt iktenrtarl' .if Stitt,- L. I(tettwits. H,"1."nil . 1 Sttati Aidiltoir . k,,r,"w It. 4,a.ik....

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 March 1893

WE DAILY .JOURNAL: M6ILES (ITY, IbONT. %A. Tcri+q, ,f Subsct[~iIo, Editiol, * ix mn, hl6. ( Edition, uut" 111m.4'( . 1.(11 TrtIdTY Mivh is4. :I81t:). an~rr. rrr t~t r m,m w, , :, ~ c,·lutr I*r w("."1.. VMKKLY K Y1TTWN, L1.L.(IR' PPhil. YEar ....-..·....... ....iJre11 Friday, Mlarch 24I. 1893. CONCERNIN( STRIlE. In connection with the recent Ann Arbor strike Judge Taft of the U. S sircuit court has laid down a proposition d law which if sustained by higher au thorities will at once and forever dispose do all organized labor strikes. The principle enunciated by Judge Taft is that he holds Chief Arthur of the broth -rhood of locomotive engineers reslxins ible for the damages resulting from his order to strike. The prolposition is a simple one and adheres so5 closely to "sommon sense that it appears to It. irrefutable. For rieal or fancied wrongs sustained by a partienular branch of labor, their r,,i. ,gniz,-d chief. orders all Lprsons l-rforminiti. that iclass of labor to desist. an ir...

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 March 1893

THE D)A1LY JiOI'NAL4 Minimnul, 111,*·tr l II. Proipitatir~m ii. In,'t 24 lr,~rr 0.(14 II. M t. IK)INTON, WI'ATHER IOH1J~.\ST. WA*otrxtcrl,1l, Marct a t' To oburvaer, Mair'a (ity. Ymonana: Montana*- Fair prrecode* by anow,u wramler in no~rth andeat( '* I*ortio~ n.I] t~ 1 1.III 41 N(,N. (')hj.. aIt WeaRthcr Ilureau. .Niru:- The alalve fnrrat is. for :ii Iar rntitua. so., lr date. I. LOCAL ITEMS. Por Budweiser beer er call at Professor lach's. H. 3. Lewis of .stihtbd usenit yester day in the ciit. Lcmp's celebrate.l lagter leer at Bul lard's. Justice John W. Stith cane, up last night otn a husiness Irip. Hot rolls every evening from .i 5 to ;'clock tat the Court llousa, bakery. * Judge J. W. Strevell cantl( hloni from Ilezeman on yesterday nllrting's train. Yesterday was a very pleasant d(ay and many p.eple~f w t. out sunning them selves. Inglett's Court House bakery. Leave orders for pure famlily home made bread. Delivery wigon calls daily. * C(. L. Merrill of Ryan & Merrill. went...

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 March 1893

iighcn of H .:. L:f U. S. Go}'t Report. ArU PUE ABSOLWTELY PURE "TEMPCRIS 'ESTUS." with peaceful plas un.n II. g!,bln -Lore The wavelets break. )'Ir -ant und i hingal Withglittering sprua arnd w',eat:,s I a t.,,n foam. Gleamltig beneath 1It" frl salight' a lisht Murmur full tot. -rnl' .. ! ltleir lunllaby. Tis eventide. I -tand Iupnu the brink Alone and listen to the movring wRae "The music of the iphere.'" -- that soft refr.in That ever and, forever, woa-,dr,,u sweet. Flows inward on the piltion* of the breeze That strange. mysterious, solemn undertone Of oaan-nrlaic fraught with tmystic dreams Of things undreamed of, andt untold desires That like to hidden tires do burn and throb Within each mortal breast, ultquenchable. Linking our rnll side with the great unknown Sn break uplon i.fe's ~hore the waves of Tin: With ceaseles,. ever changing roundelay The joys and sorrows of the day and hour - The good and evil in their common course, Aad ever and for eer necrtt ies The solemn untde...

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 March 1893

THE YETO W U TOE JOURNAL VOLUM s'. nO, '. MIL_ CIT_ - , ".:i'.ATA, LA TUR AY, MARCH 25, :893. PRICE FIVE CENTS PDSTUFFICE I~e'"i" ? 1tir. .r: ..I lRidt~l~ -· .- - ' aaclrli'i"'- ··· I .:i Ofln~lc;-, ..ga-ii- ·: \\ I· ·, · flgitry· ci...-. Youiara OfiL'· **..guiii ii..~l' iiiI krthsrn Pacific Time Table. 95 Exprcit' Frriiwit . I it II. .~Pag Vriicit. . . .:1 11 itr. W~o 4 tlantic Nal... . a Official Directory. (ix'vr~,~'~~lrtie.. .. kct..Hi-. Lit',it-4i", . Au-a HIkitir. H~l~lii ypen~~~tl~~c ~ V H,~Xtl It. Vluisit. H~l~xti.. Itat.P an~r-l .· I H. I- Wracy~ Ifrl·l-a £trtcr'avc i~r I,1~u ring (ck. 'r i·I.-,.iii ltl*U1lfl((: r Ltlt I .~~()· ~ ~ll Jii~k 1k-s-ut I .t iuticiiii tti-tcict t·ictati RIg. r. -i.t~ ik. 1 ti-1tL gNIi'ctf Rlr.r..litF~ . I \ tlll~inim. 31 Tci'tirr-nr - . .\- Vi I %-ic · (1k .ari Itch~ ii. It i c~·li · ii. (Ik Dir. tiirrc . Vi . . /raiii l· .-I.·l Oiiriit y A\ttic,..- It LII I --hcl. tl~jtifici~rr- i-.. ·I IJi/i . l~.( ) Ji . ) i.. s i·c l·r ·~ (~~lick· ii.ltlt · ....

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 March 1893

'IT'E DAILY JOUIRNAL MII.ILt q ITT. 1i'1IN t. L. Every 1lorniol I:n.-.lpt IloI ,tl:y. Ter·ms .f 5s!",-vr;t,t;.u. 3M WAIL. IN tDV LN( I:. PO T %Lt. PAI. Edition, tone y.utr ... Slot Sditai. ltw mIotlllltl . I.5 "It CITY * Un..('RI IC: R. trarrir, everr aIrnill. i 'ti ctl-n. per week. WEKL¥ EDITION, YEII.L.OW PAIPER. Month e . ..... ..... . . .. ........ .O M onths .t........ ...... . .... ........ L. i Saturday. March 25, 1811)3. OUR WORLD I t'IAlR LETTER. I From Our Regular ('orrrlsondent. 1 CHIn.to. March 21.18.t3. A grand flower show was held in the dome of the horticultural hall yesterday. It was the last day for ;5 cent admission to the park. Although a light snow was falling in the early morning. which made the streets at Jackson park disagreeable nd muddy to pidestrians. Tho.uands cvisitors tsook advantage otf the last Isap admlission t.o sert the exposition ground and view tlhe magniticent tiower display. The plants wteret ranced artis. tically in the large horticultural dial...

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 March 1893

T'HE IAILY .I() O iF N AI, ;, MILE~5 CITY, MONTANA. '] J tIEI' NAL:º is''I:ATIII :+" . ".) IUI. t! Illl.l.s (l lY . .l,,llt." hI J . i _"; Itnroun- T - 1 53'. on.. 2 0( .5 .... 1W4 h. "_:';.;ir. i )D LY I ,I Al.I MIi \ ,I Maxitnlmu terenlrature,:ltl.t Minimum ltrl.ratrllr, 11. Mean temsn-ratu re. 21. Precipitation, in aInt 1 !hours, I.A)0 1I. R. IIOYNTO, O ,. rver. It WEATHERI FOREC'AST. WAHINtuTONn , March 24 To obherver, Miles City. Montana: lMontantn:-Lcail ,now, followel by r c learing, warmer Saturday ev. t HIARRI NGTON. Chief of Weather Bureau. Nolrra.:--The abslv forenat is for :I houIrs frma 6 a. m., its date. LOCAL ITEMS. Por Budweiser beer call at Professor _ach's. * E. R. Manning of Minneapolis regis tered at the Macqmeen yesterday. Iemp's celebrated later leer at 1Bul lard's. * J. 8. Jones of St. P1aul was amocng the strangers in the city yesterday. Frank Butcher is isn i.tac the Little Missouri country for a fair aI.;.. Hot rolls every evening from 5 to 1; ,'clock at th...

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 March 1893

'¾ · · ;9T:AI. wrA·- r·a~Jflfl '5f " ~ "~i~)?S ~C ca ~~ R "r , i~* Ig~ A £)&S~vrzr;> 7Z?~.' -~ REUIP; rhe lta . ,> ,, , t.l' ' , t The lJ . l c... , .- ii..,, i . , Lr. 'Ti, true - h '. ',:. ,' , ..i I art. A trait lhat'.rtloni t, it"r .nex. But the i, nio m ,aevt. at hiart, Thontgh otit h,-r tr.ui.s ru) tmindtl perptle. I know +h.'- pturtial to t:, r.u..- I've otlut lhr .Nn.t. . ltalh red an d)ellow Yet out uplit the strict dihe o's Wtth violets front stntsl other fellow. And still this love clhae I putrue. 'Twiut hl. sand fear (clntillue woolng. One dany 'e rj,,yed, the next to blue I sacretly kntto what I ant dotig. But one cthught I take tonimf,rt in. And gloomiy doubt aives place to rapture The hartdeir rihe may ihe to win The dearer yet will to. the captutre. --E. C. uValcot in "oundings. The Heavens In thte North. From the last day- of May to the end If July in the nu.rtli lru part of this land he sun shitns da'. and night upon its nountains. tiurds, rivers, ]ik's,....

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 March 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO, 162. MILES CIT ', MONTANA, SUNDAY, MARCH 26, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIuON . M td" i.l 1,r t l .-Itt !,... :i1,. T tI '. l', . Tc,,lull~· :Il. r (. II 12 " Northern Pacific Time Table. I.A.LE'V MII.EL IT' (i:l.1\6 NETT. No I. Pacitic Mail.. ... .ltt I. nm. to :,5 Kxpri-i Frn.ilt ... I :, it. In. Nii :.M Pa) Frilhtt.. ... . i. I.EAVE MII.E% IIt171 0i0l i E.,-AT. uo 4 Atlantic Mail....... ... . ..: at. m. o o N Ix nn.. l".rilhlt . ....... it a m No W Way fi.ialmt : i ,. Official Directory. STATE. in.ml".r id (',titzr..... .. " '. W . .)ix .. llxo ,.l, (ovrinir . . . E. ilickaril. I1.1.na Socri.tar .d ltii,- .. . L. ji.twili, H.lh.n .a1xI. r ta Jur .rtir F. .W. Wrihitt. II,.t.tt tat.Aldior . .... %nllr up, B. 'wo.k II.hI.ry Att' ll.-etnral It ri .1 . II kMl.- l. Ih,l.t a t ISTII . . t..... H I.i, Juittat ntint '. . r . '. l i . I.iM wirt. il. I.i."t Olik i lprf t en. (rt 1ih. nk . I t.r. Ntil-. it, r.aiiF. N. I. w.a.. iilli,. a tr...

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 March 1893

THE DAILY .1(WRNAL. If;.EF, (CITY, WOMONTA . itierm.. IIT $..IL, N It) \ I'.', Iil+'1 II: . 1'.1)1) ·Etrr in)11, #.ri at rn.etiruI . r wIi.k 'A~EkK. UI)1, S EILI.~iW lAPEEI. V Year .. fhLtw Montltaib N .otbe . . rIMi Sunday. Marcbh :iJ. 1St. THE i'ITV It'l.I1l.,.t. The ,Jot''fx %I. presents tr, its readert this morning the views of sl.ni lifty oI our prominent citizens. as tt tth har ter of the Val. ing tin, se .tpictr to be erected for ,.. iliib, nw.. . i:,fr majority of th.s. wis' are'. .u1.It ,,n this subjei''t ir*e h'reay tal;t'pters. aIcl whilh tomne few of then. e, h I,, th tew iml: thl the prol') st| I,u l lilng h .h;ldi Iii, r.r iet ed t,, 'tit " Irl. ."s inl? t htre i- ; a. t , a - hh e li mtm seo timell t i h l \ ' ' r t i; Itl ihl Lng that ill in lut de a hill .I l ;tlitolill adipted till all the us.s to, , cc ixi uch llli ritlit tailt v , p '. ii . Il a , l..I\ r f tl his subject ait hlrt i iiiie a i.i ll . at tiii tbrk t e l ie' this ii 1ir tl i i iki- i ilt al hll ty. ...

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 March 1893

THE DAILY .101 U'NAL MILES CITY. MIEIT.AN.A. JOIIINAL W'E %1'SIEI i 1:: 1'(1:1'. lirir..~ (' i -:t. ~r~ s DA 11.1" Urlll~ )CA 1. 11:\\r, ll~i Mlaimum tl'Ju3erlltIrr..21. Minimum t.'1nnrutntr.. 11. Mean teqnjr ratunr. 21. Precip.itainw.a in last _4 Ihours, 11.1: II. IU. 15)Y\TON. OlrIsur Fr. WEATHER FORE4 AST. WA(MHINe:To , MarhI 2'. ' To )bwrve~r. Milt (jity. Montana: Mon an.:-I ical snow, foIl,w,.I by neeritu in east anII nrth Iarti..ir: faIr in southeast pirti~on; warmer wr·*): cold 11.1tRI!NIITON. Chief f W.'aither Hurinu. NIoTS-Thw ahiw.. firei'art i. fir :#i hliiir from a. mn., its date. LOCAL ITEMS. For Budweiser beer call at Professor |Iach .s. Puidmaster Pat Murn was a in t- 'it:. yesterday. J. Fields of P'owlt iri irj n in yes terday tfdtern. on. Lenmp's celebrated lager bI.,r at Bul lard's. _ Charles Adilamis of ('enterville was in the city yesterday. Jim lirurimnnd of the Murphy outfit, was in town ye.te.ril; :. i). (reer of Minneapolis came in on the delayed No. 1 last n...

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 March 1893

t..N ABSOWUTELY PURE W ith peacefe: l ' , i : ,' .s t:Iw ,.! l.,n. .,,re The wave,.I tr,. I r ttl clai >.cl e dant. With glitturrit a t -:r. l w, urthi of hijint The .al.p!tire ?sr . St tllll r ilv.r ,t t Gilar.ulg l.n+J.tlah th i nno uli ht's u.ity btint ,. - - - Murmur t ft l ro,:rt.ful') t th:r it.ll aby. t'isevent- il.'. I -,uT l ::n the l rirtk Alone and li-', n .:ave-'n "The outic. of th. pher.'"' ti..t soft refrain That ever and ft,,rr er, wondrous sweet. Flowsinwari on tle piniot. of the brr e.- That strange. iny-teriou-. -olemtn undertone Of ocean- t nclle fraught with tlysctie dreams Of things undreanmel of. a: d untold desires That like to hiddt.en fire.s do hurn and throb Within each mortal hrt-sot. un.quencthable. Linking our soul ihde wit h t ibe great unknown: So break uInII Life'e shore the waves of Time With ceaseless. ever chalngin roundelay The joys and -.rrtow, of the daty and hoar The good and evil in their commonl course. And ever and for ever secretwise The...

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 March 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO, 6.3. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTUI POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. W~i-tel. . rl Illd .II UI.ll ....... . . Il . S11 111Ll '11 Fl . Eat.l.rl. .-r l i ...' I'. lI.. Earteru , . l ,r e 't a- -. . n .-tn... I aentrll. FriiIil. h. . ....i I.. I aiFrl., dl.drU W . . . . . I. 1 . om.ln r..y ....i . .... . ..i . ..iN .. ir ali . .... .... .......... .. .... 1 tI . I . rgiitry ch i ............ ...... .. .1 I'.u. Mantlayi - Ot11 ti.til froia I- to iI'. ,i. (ilt.%S. W. %uUtE. IP. .l Northern Pacific Time Table. LAVE Mi1LE ('IT¥ ut(l.G HEiT. No 1. Pacific Mail................ ..... 11 02 p. im. No 5 Epeat Freight .................:10 la. inm. noM Pay Iriiht ............... :10 a. im. IEIAVE MII..E ( ITY (00IN6i EAST. No 4 Atlantic Mail.... ............. :7 a. m. No 4 Ezjrl.t .Freigt ... ............. Bit. nIl. _NO Mi W ay Fr(iltl.l ........ .... .... :l I. i . Official Directory. STATE. eemnar lf ('onli.t-i. .... . W. l/ixo' . ...

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 March 1893

1E DAILY JOURNAL. IIEr CITY'. MlONTANA. E T MAIL, IN ' C E, %) . P TA.P. PAID. v lition. .n..'Yynr . ................. e~~i itirhmn, ii x m..ntir ........... ta.11 inu ltttu')n, mrn,,tith... T) CITY WlCEII(h)tilERI. ýesnIpP. t'rry m Prnij. St )ý C)Il'týCw)'r )rrk. WZgKLR EDITION, tELLAIOR PAPER. L ea ... ................. ....... ..L Monthtl ........ . 2. M outh .... ............................ 1.1 1 Tuesday. Mardh 28. 1s93. ass. Pc'SHar.A, the young mother wh( ·ahamanly tortured and finally munlrdered her infant babe at Butte a few months ago, has been sentenced to one year in the penitentiary a light sentence for sa ihtafmous acrime. HELENA. ItlOre favoredl of the god: than all the rest of fail Montana. expe. rienced a distinct earthquake shock on Friday afternoon. The shake-up lasted oely two seconds. but gave all the edi torial paragraphers in the state a chance to allude to the brisk nmlveitent in real estate enjoyed by the capital city. Thi, is the fourth seismic shock that 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. — 28 March 1893

THE DAILY Jol-URNAl. MILE1I CITY. MONTANA. .rOUflNAI. wvE li~iI h.t i~ : i mT/:t. llar..n-' R a.vn.m ..2.. -,I Mttximarn tn·nllrrrature.:'I. Minimum tmlnsaratIr., It. Mea~n tcemnl*rnttlrr "·. 1I Precipitation in lint z luau rt.. o~tul tOl-nrv ,r. WEATflER FOIOE '.AST. Wuaetoor. m l, arch 27. q To obervr, Miles C'ity, Mantitana: Montana :-Pair 11 ItlRIXf.TI)\. thief d l1a;:tlth"r Blureaau. NOTE:-Thlea atave. farenei't is for :*t bnim from 6na. m.. its date. LOCAL ITEMS. For Budweiser beer call at Professor Bach's. _ R. W. Graham of Billings was down on Sunday. W. H. Tenney of Bozeman was in ti e city yesterday. Lemp's celebrated lager beer at Bui lard's. * Mrs. Nick Nigro went up to, liulderi on last night's train. W. J. D)awson of ('heyenne. Wyo.. spent Sunday in the city. John H. Carter came in on last night's train from Gallatin. Tenn. G. M. Kirwan came in from the ranch yesterday, and registered at the Mac queen. Bob Walsh went west last night, and will at once go to the coast 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. — 28 March 1893

;c L ::. . S. Gov't Report. ASOLWTELY PURE 8WEETER THAN A BEST GIRL u-gar, Molasscs and IlHney Are Nowh.her In Coumparisl.n %% mi. -cha:,rine. An industry still y.ung, lbut uiallues tionably with a gr:"at n:ercantilc tit,1n. is that of saccharnis. a product of c.al tar. It is a substitute for sugar, has none of its bulk and is so powerful that it is 300 times sweet.tr. The history of its discovery is interesting. In 18It Dr. Constantine Fahlberg. a Russian by birth, but who had been ted neated in Germany, became connectt, with the Johns Hopkins university in Baltimore. There he conducted a series of experiments on the toluene sulpha mides, in order to investigate their oxi dation products. The outgrowth of this investigation was the discovery of saccharine. By oxidizing pure orthotoluene sulphamide it was found that it would yield a re markably sweet compound: The amount obtained, however, was too small to be of any practical valn, for manufactur ing purposes. The problem thence-for...

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. — 29 March 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO, x64. In L2S CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1893. PRICE FIVE CET" POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS.. MAILS C('LOSn. ET on . gu nera i f a l ocal.. ..Wet . ..-r 0 ) p. . Eastern. for t$,iltt. ...i of Jal8,,toa...wt1) 1I0 I.. ePstert , gene.ral an:d t. al .............,: p:11. I. Wsern, fur feltna otly ....... ..... . ml) . Spearfish,, Me.ta.t: . We',.laiUoy and Fridaysn ... .. . ... ..... dm ,. I. Tongue River, M,,oulays. W..dnelay .. and Fri ay ....... . ....... ' i.. . tm. saliei, Satnrdaye ....... l................ I4 pa. m. el ws e .......... .. .... s . 'I Money orde ir cl e ....... ........ .... m. Registry chl es....... ... ..... ...... p - p' . m. s.adays--OlIcee otn frnm 12 to 1 p m. ('H.M. W. S.YDK, P. M. Nirther Pacific Time Table. LAVI MILKI CITI GOINGO WST. t Id Paei e mail................9:1p. m.. ioa.3upresaFreight...........1:19a.m. ibS Pay Freight .....................1:10a. m. LAS 51 MII.Et (ITY (lOINt3 g.AT. I 4 Atlanti Mail .........

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 March 1893

WBE DAILY JOURNAL. RILES CITY. MONTANA. Every Mornling EI.rpt Monudcay. Terns of S i.eipitioun. 3Y MAIL, IN ADY.IXCE. PO T.\ciE PAID. Edition, one pear ....yea ...... ...... o.ýMý Edition. six rnn'gihs . ............. .. CO inow dition, one month.. ..... 1.0) TO CITIY SUBSCR'IBERS. ;Metieiar, every morning. at .eCnts per meet. WXZXLT EDITIO'N ,ELLOW PAPER. eir ...................··-................$3A thE ...........:.................. 2.40~~ (X _iw Y oth. .... . . ........1.40) Wednesday, March 29. 13:l.3. WHICH WILL IT IE? The question of erecting a city build tag was discussed anew yesterday, on the ocasion of Mr. Carr's presenting to the combined committees of the City Council and the Chamber of Commerce. the plans he had drawn for the building and his estimates on the cost. Two plan. were presented - oneof a building 30x104 with the second floor devoted to the pur pose of an auditorium, another of a ,1uilding 50x50.two stories h igh.arranged for city purposes only. aMr. Carr es...

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 March 1893

THE DAILY JOIURN.AL MILESs CITY, MONTANA. JOURNAL 1E.ATII I: IEl £EPOI RT. MILE (TY .. Mw t., . .I:t h r. . I. Sa. m..:t .... 12 E.. 2 r 8 p.in.. 29.16. . ItN. .. : DAILY I'AIl. MEAN... Maximum tfetll.rattllrl..:l. Minimum templrrature, 11. Mean tem1nrnart ur . 21. Precipitation in tlat 24l h.,ure, I.00) H. R. I)IYNTON. Obeerver. WEATHER FOREC'AST. WAnHIuOTOX. March. 2. To obierver, Milre ('ity, Montana: . Montana:-Fair in o,uth. mine in north IIARRINiGTON. (hief if We.ather Bun.au. NoTm:-The aove foIretast ie for : hIourb, from 6 a. m., its date. LOCAL ITEMS. For Budweiser tbeer call at Professor Bach's. * W. (i. Clark of FI;arg-. . I).. came in on No. 1 last night. Lemp's celebrated lager bIr at ]Lul lard's. * Abe A.\ndersan. fornIIIan of the . 5 ranch. was in town yesaterday. W. W. Beasluy of lwel:ud registered at the Macqueen yesterdaiy. Bob Lee returned on last night's train from an extended eastern visit. Miss Mary E. Curtis of Rochester. N. Y., is thi. guest of Mrs. F. G. Boy...

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 March 1893

Highest of ,1 in La ve:in , r .-. st U. S. Gov't Report. Sbwder ABSOLUTELY PURE THE LOVE CHASE. Though oft I pao-. inr .la the :tr.:et. I seldom ceem Ion iatc;eh her -ye: She rarely lets our glau."I-s Itelt. Although shell kniUs lu. ping by. But though to mte :-le do.s not t:snak. Nor give a look rou heart to cheer. The furtive Ilush ulptt her cheek Tells me she knows that I am near. 'Tia true she's full of girlish art. A trait that's colnnon to her sel. But she is no coquette at heart, Though oft her tricks my mind perplex. I know she's partial to the rose I've sent her some, both red and yellow Yet out upon the street she goes With violets from some other fellow. Aad still this love chase I pursue, 'Twixt hope and fear continue wooing, One day o'erjoyed, the next so blue I scarcely know what I am doing. But one thought I take comfort in, And gloomy doubt gives placeto rapturs The harder she may be to win The dearer yet will be the capture. -E. C. Walcot in Soundingm. The Heavens I...

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