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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 30 March 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO, 765. M!/LES CIT , MIONTANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. Otlie r ". I . -' i,.try el.r .. IA.. i. Sun. iay - (tiic. ..... Iri 12i t.. I I. I1. (' It \. W. St ItE, 1. M1. Northern Pacific Time Table. LEAVE MI.ES (CITY (iOINi ENT. S1. Pacific Mail......... .... ..I p. m. 1 o 0 Fiprer' Freight . .. 1:10 ha. on. No II Pay Freight .............. :l t. m. LEAVE MILME CITY GcING EAST. We I Atlantic Mail................ ...... a. m. .o 34 xc pr. Freight ................. t a. m. li " ight .... ........ . . ...12:0 . m Official Directory. nSTTE. Member of (',gr........ W. W. I)ix,n. Helena (}overnor ... .. J. E. Itiekarils. IIi,.1 Lieut-(Iov. .. l...lx H.kin, Iihlena cre.tary of State .. L. H otwitt. Hel.ena State Tru.amurr . . . W. Wright. Ittl.i State Auditor ........l.nrw H. ('.,k, Hllehiii Att'y (ie.terl i .. ltnri J. nil..kll. HIlel.ina Sept Pub Inc , E... Str,.. H|.l,.a (. i.f Justicl ... W. V. P,.rnlrtu. Hll...

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 March 1893

T E DAILY JOURNAL. MILES CITY, MONTANA. Every Morning Ereept Inn.lay. Terms of su ription. B MAIl,. IN ADVANCE. P 'TA(IE PInD. Ediition, me year.............. .. 1o F Edition, six mo nt thes .... .. K." Edition., one mouth .... ........... 1.0N4 TO CITY ar~aCUTOYERI. Sasrier, revery morning. at 2: ents per week. W SKLY EDITION, YELLOW PAPER. l th.s ................ ............ . Thursday, March 30. 18l93. TO-DAY'N MEETINU. As will be seen by the call published elsewhere in this issue. there is to be a meeting of the citizens to-day at the rooms of the Miles City club to discuss the public building question. The ex hibition of the plans prepared by Mr. Carr and the estimate of cost of the proposed building seenms to have awak ened an increased interest in this ques tion. This is well, and we hope the meeting to-day will be largely attended. and that every citizen who has a word to offer in the discussion. will permit himself to be heard. As is apparent to everybody who has given the...

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 March 1893

THE I)AILY .JOUNIIAIL MILE.8 CITI. MONTANA. Jt)uflN.tI aWE.iruuH aU~ nici:'owt. MItLES eml~. Mirr., ,r~lth : N, 1"l":: titer. I Temp.· I Wind W, j "at1. r.r h a. m .n .u....ii ... 4( SE.. "1'ai' > IIAILVY 'ii. MEIN1i. Naxliminm tihuoi.rai tirs.?:.l Minimtjiumin t.ai I.ralia. II. Meanc temprr:.tair.". :l1.)( PrTeipitati n inr lint1 al 11r. 3)1 iliN) WEATHER FORECE('ST. WdrxmaoTOo, March 29. J Tooherrrvrr. Mile·a ity. Morntana:t MMotana:- Fair jligbtly cridihr. 11 I NI 'r;TON. P (`(grief o: \1 Iltl(· Hur."au NorC.:-The aibovi firni4ut is for :i hours from 6 a. a.,. Iltl ilite. LOCAL ITEMS. For Budweiser beer call at Professor Bach's. * The Nboard of c)unty commissioners will meet in special session on Monday next. Lemp's celebrated lager beer at Bul lard's. * Craig Mcl)twell ]a nn in froim Ti ague river last night arl registered at the the Macqueen. Col. SH~heetz. who has Inben down to Dixon on a surveying expedition. has re turned, having compIleted his work. Charley Sexton itiiur...

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 March 1893

'iT· ;r, T :;~.\·'t nc~,o~'i. ·, '' 1 "3 t t r ~FSr.~ '~ -"2, ·', :.ir irj~·r c~, : t. i ·'· C·.~) ~ b~j~~~~c.·J, F· 2"4. n2 ~i$Fi~ :.5 r~c~Ty.ks? ~r! ','·.·gb~· fcrR~·~dla~?L·I; V1Zriq/k PI~Pt~.·~ll,~t~'~,F~ct ~a~i~3~ SWEETER TH't A B'ST 1iR.L "" ,t *:ots--i -, "oft and sa". t ~ury ,.+ ` re 1u Comuatrruon l, st s:,,lcharine, An industry sc:i]! v ,r.,. I : , . - tonably with a =r"'.e.t ,.r:,an ti!,- "u t .z.,. is that of saccharin-.. a trj,,;duct ,4t ,ial tar. It is a snertitu,.- for suuiar, hl. none of irs bulk andl is so lpowerful i...t it is AJ: times sseeter. The history of Its discovery is interesting. In 187. Dr. Constantine Fahlberg. a Russian by birth, but who had been tl ucated in Germany, b.,camte connect'iid 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 orthotluen...

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 March 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JO1TRNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. x66. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1893. PRICE FIVE CE N POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS C LOSE. Eastern W.ra ann P e t c l......le M..ll.. u ... . p. mn. ato: u 1. i'C's:Mrt' ....d ......et... .Ml (:::: * atntru. ti aurl ..i ..l .... ......... I . m. Westi'rn,,.furlIt nli"nuI). . irp r Friday., h . . Tongun- Ri i, r. -li-dyr '.:$, ,l) Lilan FriAlex n ... '-I p. tn. Sadie, Satnurday' .. t , n Olffi re O rt . . n....... r. iiu .a. Olier nl Rume.- J . ...l . r1 I/. . Moiey ordUeri. h aa ...... f 40.;n ... .. ( It) Registry cliears..............7,40) . nt. Scadav -Oi pri .i T. f amn 12 t, I i,. in. 'Hal. W. $inouE P. M. hortkern Pacific Time Table. L IATE IiLEl (ITT GOING WETT. N H .Pacic Mail..... ..... 4 p. m.i No i Expires Freight ..Kr.....r..... il: a. in. No :S5 Pay Freight..............S lit a. in. LEAVE MILES CITY GK)iNG EAST. N. 4 Atlantic Mall. ............ >:23 a. in. llo 54xpress Freitght .......... 4)5a. in No N Way Freight...

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 March 1893

' UE DAILY JOURNAL. MILEa CITY, M4)NT A'%. Urery Maorn ins E1 tt-ept.lIontay. Terms of S ttso'icptitttt. W MAIL, IN DV LttC TEt P LtI. Editin, one y ar. ... . ... i.. ai0. tw (n a.01( TotCITY Kcte(atttna,. *searier, every morning, at 0 cents tier week. WUSkLY EDITION, TELLOW PAPER. t its ... . . . .. . . . . .. . . . . .. . 1 . 1 the .. . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.0) Friday, March 31. 1813. THE CITIZENS' MEETING. The proceedings of the citizens' meet leg held yesterday, which are given in tail in this issue, must tend to con awce everyone that the statement made heretofore by the Jorn-.tL. to the effect that a majority of the people of this city want a public hall more than they do a city hall, is true. And by a ma jority of the people. we do not and did *not mean to include the tag rag and bobtail of the community, who have no business or property interests at stake. and who vote for the disbursemet of public funds on general prinmtiples. At the meeting held yesterday the taxpay...

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 March 1893

THE DAILY .10IiNAL MILES CITY. MONTAT A. * e JOVURNAL w e.ATHE~t its:POK/jT. MuI lrry.3, Mar.. :4+. I'O. n ~~---- W 5a.m..Zýt~t.At * I-I:. ht. _, PAIl-VY Lil't A. li~tAs.. tossv axII. 510. hi $azhmn mte~mprratuarv".:1. do Minimum temliratur i, hi. Mean temperatur.. 21. mt Precipltation in lant 2t ahurm, r. u al IH. It. ItOYNTON, Otiserver. cl bi WEATHER FORECAST. V WASHINrTON, March a. To observer. Miles City. Montana: Montana:-Fair nni northern portion. Lucal raiac in atirem jhilortio. IHtRRINGTON. U1 Chief of Weather Bureau. oi Nora:-The above forecast is for ri hours from G a. m., its date. 1: LOCAL ITEMS. For Budweiser beer call at Professor * 0 Baches. a John Archer is in from Franklin for a n few days. Lemp's celtbrated lugaer beer at Ilul- t lards. *. John M. Holt went up t" Millings on last nights train. Julius Basioski has returns-1 front a business trip to llizeman. Paul McCormick came down from Junction on the delayed No. 1 yester- I day. George Symons camle down from Hel...

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 March 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Powct.-- i tet U. S. Gov't Report. ABSOWTELY PURE "TEMPOrS ASTtMS." With peaceful piny ua+r the g' l len I hore The wav.'ets break. t'er -avd and shlna'e dank. With gtittering spray and wreaths of shining foam. The sapphire water., with their ilver crests Gleaming taneath the oouotlight's misty beams, Murmur full mournfully their lullaby. 'Ti eventide. I stand upon the brink Alone and listen to the moving wave "The music of the spheres '-that soft refrain That ever and forever, wondrous sweet, Flows Inward on the pinions of the breeze That strange. mystertoes. solemn undertone Of oean-music fraught with mystic dretsma Of things undreamed of, and untold desires That like to hidden fres do burn and throb Within each mortal breast, unquenchable. Linking our soul side with the great unknown] So break upon Life's shore the waves of Time With ceaseless, ever changing roundelay The joys and sorrows of the day and hour The good and evil in their common course. An...

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 April 1893

'I'THE YELLOWSTOE JOURNALSh VOLUME XI. NO. 167. :ITLES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, APRIL i, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. ý",.t'*r ! I. V.ý. 1"r {p. X11. ti -r~ r ! i - 1 1 . rl. . " l . > \ 1 ,' 1 p. I.t . a ,. ý " . 2,.,I+·,v. a ?I , I · '- ' M,,nrt,,ir, :Oflrr()·' r ''" I,.·Il Il R.e..r rirx ....-.~t.; Sa I,'lr tiiti, .ir tr lalrir 7 {, 1" hre tbrn PcfcTieTbe O i LE.tVI MIi EM iT iwiti .~i Nuot. Pacific Mail. .. .3 1 r2 I . n. n1 No)) lz m ~ 1 Fr. %ig.i liii·.·· a'. i. Nor rnrrLPacif. . .Tim a. i. LEAVE MILE'. (iT' (14in\(: w FT. LEAVE MILE`+ ITN l,(Il ( E1sT. No l Atlantic Mail . NO :4 jEzl~nin Freight...i . .. r. la. in No ti Wa Freci ... ..;1: lp. fit. Official Directory. STATE. M..rh',"r of i rm .. W. W. D)ix..r. Hele.na. diovenor n.. . .. E.. Riekard.. Helr"r. Lioutiol..v... lrx H.,ikin. He.lenai. N..cr"rtary of itani" L. Rj,..i. i.Hlrlen State Trearur~r F. N. W· rightl. 11ehl~tr !43,: auditor. t.lrvrw II. I .ak. Heilnni Att'y liiieerai... Het.Iri. 1. larkl1...

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 April 1893

THE DAILY .O1U'RNAi,. MILEI CITY'. MWNTºINA.t Every Mor sing F-'x.r.t Noimelsh. Terms of ,.hs ri;,,.. t1 MAIL,IN 1 . t.1.tiliNe . li, T iT. 1: Pti. 1Ediition, one yri.i Edlition, on.. month .II . I. r TO TlDT 'ia.l.iiRE itt'Et. It arrier. every nlonlin.. :T1 _" r.nt. Ip-r wl...k. WBEKL EDITloN, T1El.l..4 I "\14ER. e Yoar ............. . ... ... .... . .. Saturday. April 1. 1.3. THE REFORkM %ONH4I1I).. Judge Strevell. H. B. Wiley and C. R. kiddleton yesterday received notice If their appointment by tGov. Rikards as trustees of the state rteforml schtosl. which was located by the last legisla tare at Miles City. The al.lointments will doubtless meet with the approba tion of all who, kr',w the genitliinitn. and guarantees fIr the new institution a guardianship in the crucial stages iof its early existence. that will zealously work for its liest Interests, and ilt.l nintplish the best results Inssible with tihe nmans at hand. The at creattting the reform achistl refluirts. we isli. .. 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. — 1 April 1893

.MIILE, ('IT'. HMONT. NA. LOCAL ITEMS. For lhndwtic-er he.,-r r':ll :at Plrf, ssor Bach's. A. WV. Netlm an Vf ,LawI Dhr s.I.n yesterday in the ~it y. (;. W. Penninlton. of St. Paul. is in town awaiting a train. Lemp's celebratedl lhger ber at Ilul lard's. * George C. Mott, of St. Paul. is regis tered at the Mac.jucen. Jesse Butler, of liozearn. was among the strangers in town yesterday. Wanclted. A small furnished hotn~e. Apply at this office. A baptismal service for children will be held in the Episcopal church this (Saturday, evening at 7:.t o'clock. H. B. Coghill & Co. Mandan. N. D. are prepared to supply oats and haled hay in any quantities. Hay supplied to stock in transet. * Peter Wiley yesterday Iaded up a portion of his household gluds. and will today start them for his Iraiih rlir.ilsh land. Livingston is taking stepsh toi orailize a board of trade. Rtlther late in the day for so pretentious i city as Livings ton, but tlatter late thanil never. That ~l Henrietta r·ae, i...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 1 April 1893

T < u i .!1 . .. ' - - - . .. ov't RepOft. r· i A W PURE "ftSM E PowdEr ~ABSOWTELY~ PU~R1E MANAGING LNCL..i' FA 1 the R ult, ouli .11u tollt, n t :;,.ltl u taI p l. . . fe 21 LanU i | lntr int. ' l. Mr. W. J. 1::rri.: iAe-a u. ..r .I and inter .stinig accu.toflt Ith1' i t manor estate. This N-a' por i,m I ato c much of it vas noru'uh:"-, for Ion. pri odsi, being t :tt I a a saumu.r run for rattle. Thi in .t:,-,tr. Mr. larrib. was tempted at tlrst to do what at that time was generally done by lanilords--con solidate farms, pull down oldl cottages and in fact generally reduce the avail able population and labor on the land. Several farms fell in soon after Mr Harris' purchase of the estate, but he t was "converted" by observing that, where the landlord or the farming ten- 4 ant had allowed the cottagers to culti vate the land immediately around them. the value of the land had been doubled by the laborer without indeed any guar antee of permanent residence. Instead of destroying. th...

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. — 2 April 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 168. .I. CITY, TON.T!NA, SUNDAY, A RIL 2, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE ROGULAT;O"" . £n1.*nrt·. ...·II: · ' · ·~ · Ea-,l r -. 4. .~ Sp~r11-·l. 11W V4~·~ I· I· .1I Sad i . ". ......1.1 a. - I 4 41.." ' r'.-44 . unllayr lftlic" .lnu rl , .1to1 ..;u Northern Pacific Time Table. LEAVE MILLS.. CITY 0itEI(i w ElMT N o. Pacific Mail... . ..'11 4 I 4n. Mo II Ezprraa Frright .... 141.1l. No 55 Pay Freight.. ....:.. .) LAIVE MILEI CITY (:4:414G LSiT. No 4 Atlantic Mail... .....;a. irI. No :. Exprel, Frr~iglht..... ...... 4.... .: . in. No 56 Way Frgltl.. .. Li ,210 p. M: Official Directory. STATE. Menhlar ofI('a.ckr::t... I. V. W )ix,,n. Hlllial (noveror . ..j. 4. liekar:4... li:.It.:a, Lieudl-tiv.. .tix Il.,Iki,. II·I.:ait Serr.'tary of Stat. .. . . 1i..twitt. ll I.Iua: State Trao.ur~r F. a. V. r..ht. It "H,-,:t St~al Alud4it'r li:.,. a 1 ,ok IIk, li.l al.rt All'y fune::ral llt~arl.1. Ha4kCri. Fl4".Iia Slupt Publ1) E. t t.-,r:., Il:.4l-,,, 4Ii6.4 ...

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. — 2 April 1893

THE DAILY JO()RNAI,. MILES C'ITT. MONTAN I. Ever.~y Mornlilng I:·%'pt ,iw,"llhy. Bt MAIL. IN toDl\ ,, I. | 'i .t ,r: i\ie. .IS U Eliti,. oiim . .. y r ........ i, + Eliitii.n, ,ix m.,nthi t .i. THE Billings Gazette has broken ground for a new building. to beI de voted to the uses and purlIses of that -,Iourishing paper. including the compil ing of a detailed and complete lbiiigraphy of Mr. J. I). Matheson. of the Times. This will undoubtedly stimulate Mr. Matheson to like ar.chitectural en deavors. and so IBillings will be assured of a building Ion on. Seriously. we are pleased to know that any n-ewspapler in the state is in a tinancial condition to erect a woodshed. Nothing but a lack of funds keips the Jdl rti ua. from re -pairing the lidr to the reieptacle in which it keeips its fuel. an-I from whie h Slarge bsCi of coal ir- nih iihtl extracted. A FRONTIIER ''Ai,.:R'S WIFE. ear vIursdes Are Maroy. ind wiler 'tenasures Are Fars. The womet who liv in cities calln ftr no estimate of...

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. — 2 April 1893

THE DAIIY .J101'HNAL, Ml.LEN ('ITY, MONT.%N.. .IOlRNA . . il TISI:iL IIt, I) :T . M sII.E\t. I * . M uN,: .. \ lril .1i nter. T .n'. . 5 Wi! W. tR.. ll. l.'2 J ,' 11r . l, n. M ilnl ttIIIII II lt rtll r, I I ' . M. an tI mpi rtlllr. . 42. Preipil i liltati s i at 4 I'aur l . Hln. II. t. HIOYNTON. Olb.rv er. WIFA.T1HER FORIlIE('.T. ~'WAnIIINITIN, April 1. To o.baerver, Miler c ity, Mlotana : fair SunlJay. 'rnbahily eold.lr S.,unlal Inighll. .\ A RINGTON. S(Chief of .eather Bureau. NOTE:-TIh 6,a1,v, forecca t is for :i lhllrs from 6 a. II.. its date. LOCAL ITEMS. For Budweiser I er cill at Professor Bach's. * J. C. Truax, of tFargo,. spent yesterday in the city. Lemp's celebrated lager Ih or at Plul lard's. * R. R. Sel.ay. the Ekalakha sheep imanc. was in town yesterday. E. C. Atwater. repres.ntintr the Con tinental Oil company. was in the city yesterday. BIantel. A smali furnished house. .\pply at this office. No through eastern mail arrived yes terday, the train which passed west ha...

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. — 2 April 1893

a'·· - -. 7 VtR epr C'· .2 · ABSOIV2TEL 2F3 THE VE --NAL : -!i. Ncr <..., For hidi,-.t- :,e- . . the . inter' 01. "t. ; TI ,et:>h v." ,i \ l cI u-t. r All the t, . t . n i,' e i.,t r In apotpourri i t.lltle I tlli, lRidic ldard. And irr., all 1hi- io:td creations As the tllrt.rt alratio is. And with wontrsous unanutnlty net down up. e him hard. Yet we all of u aret "in it." We do rh) tlmit, illy din it On the editorial tyImpanul at merest hint of sipring. And we drip with odes and Idyls Till the cerebellum twiddles With a chronic tinky-anky, tinky -anky tanky ting. And we keep the thing agoing Till the nietri , vierfrlioni: Seems to catch us in a freshet of briedit tumpt y-t1:m. Atndtlr let- l ouri.selvr ltingole With the ,throtnie ji,rlr-ingie Of a mreasured tiddy-idd. ihid)-diddy. dhly. dutz. --Blotton C'our.er. A GIRL'S SELF ~ACRIFICE. .,, Wa.h a a " onied l hild," 'bust She Sur prised the ,i hole Family. There is a sweet . irl 1 kun, w who is a bit self willed. I' is the y...

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. — 4 April 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 169. MILES CITY, M"ONTANA, TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. Easte]lr- . L.".e .Tr:l :i lll Ihn':l! . I .i. i <. i elster.r fo H. ll onl . . . . l..i - Sj.a:rtltih. l. , .l;t-Y . Wi ,t ':iiae li andi Fri.y. .tion . . i. . adie. Saturd . . ..... ... I.. ut .lilt i. l. Office lrens ... . . .. otle. orderl.... .. I ie.eietry cll. .. .. i i i. Sunis.ay - Oltij*e(. 4I+ f' i n 1 i ' I ll. h'IAn. Wit. ." t l . M. Northern Pacific Time Table. LEAVE MILE4(' ITY (iGl(i HEIT. NO t. Pacific Mail ............ Iidrl. m. No r: Fatrpea Freight ............... i : a. in. No Pa Frehl t ................... :i . in.. LEAVE MILES (P'IT EiiiNOt E.AT. No 4 Atlant Mail.... ........ .i a. in. No i Epren.l Freiglht ...... ... i a. . No 56 Way Freiiglt ....... . i. I n. Official Directory. STATE. Member of (,,rnre ...... W. W. Dixon. Ihen (iovr. .. J. E. RiekHard. Helena I Liet.(v.. . . Ax l-,tkin, Hlina Secretary ofSitilat ..... L. Rot...

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. — 4 April 1893

THE DAILY .JOIRN AIA. MILEI CITY, MIONTNA. Every MIt rnin.c t'eept I~i1neat.. Te crms . f s,,h..crii tj,,, ll Editiotn. 'ce . 3. r . . . I.w. it Tlc it io c.c mnhx c .. . . t. S arrier, evel r nlilrnitli . at ent- pel r we.ek. S EEKl.I EDITItON. E1Lo.,)H% PIPER. L Vear..... . .c M onths ... ........... .... ......... . 2.,ii Pontles. ........................... . I.4%0 Tuesday, April 1. 1Si3. IT sHOtlLI, ItE DIONE. The Blillings (Gazette Iolmes to us this week with a very pertinent andi valuable suggestion, which we are convinced was born to the writer of the nnemlury of cer tai red letter days in his experience in Miles City when long-legged gunm Koots and it plentiful suppl, of both the wt-ter of life and the water of inmlmucerce coln bined to make life worth living. even though every minute counted for two. Since his exile in Billings in, suctlh jotyous occasion has illumlinated I tIh alkalinc pathway of his .erfiulnctory e.xist.ince. and it is therefore, with all the a.ucishi oi...

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. — 4 April 1893

Tl.E lAILAY .OIiY.NA MILEN CITT. MONTA.NA. O 'ii I. ',- 1' . .. 1 b 1i;,' . Pll r. T,.i {,. \\ k i j '1 , :,thp, .. A.n.ll.m., ',, . iSE lo it n'lmd . n Arer i. . i 'ti. 110t .ta M maximun teami Ielter r.. Miinihun tru · ,npratult, :i;. Menol te-mlperalttr ,. 41. Precipitatia, ill latt i1 hoiutr*, .(l) It. it. IOYNTON. I rN,.rv,.r. WEATHER FORE('.1NT. WAI.IInt.TON, .April: . TooInwrver, Mille.'iity. Monlt;ani : Montlana:- ('lar. I 11.IIR!t ;TON. I'Ihi,.f of WVenth,.r liar.un. NOTE:-ThPe alve flrr.irt is for li hours from 6 a. n,.. it.s late. LOCAL ITEMS. For Buweiser be r 'all at Prifessor Bach's. * Chas. Ieck cane in from Po-wd-r river Hunday. Liliup' celebrateld lager I, -er at linl lard's. * H. M. Drew. of listtoit. 'aine in on N,. 4 on Sunday. C. E. Joublirt. of Tl'rry. sln'let yester day in the c'ity. R. It. Cummlilgs. if (filelivt.. splent Sunday in the city. Word was athterday ctnlneni.nced Ulsa I Butler A Potter's new Inhil.ling. C. W. Butler. of (ilendive. came up on Sunday...

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. — 4 April 1893

Highest of a in La - \'ci iL ,' : .:.-. UL . S. Gov't Report. S: ~ ang ...p. Powder ABSOSITELY PURE GROUNDLESS JEALOUSY. ]My wife is jeatlou , . s aid I worship in % %li; And ever; dollar i Mt I, .id For them the di 'lus a curse. And thl,:." thiirou~.h them Ibuyhergewns. Pay dor torn' bills sail endt, **t At their sair nlitl.:luigne she frowns, Displeaiureu dire to \ent. One little w.eret I'd ixplain Twr.tull set her onu: at rest But no. 'twould render her too vata If she but dimly guessed. Trhose maids I love for sordid pelt Should go unwbipped of blame. For every one is just herself. Called by another name. --. L. Hendrick in Harper's Basr. Lengevity of Trees. Professor Abbott estimates the age of the Woodbridge oak at about 2,000 years. During the Revolution ary war Lafayette and his army rested under its limbs. Its remains are now in form iof seats for the Quinnipiac club. I do not know that anybody in all tho world c-ar-'s who the Quinnipiac cltb may be, but we reverenced the W...

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