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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 5 April 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME .XI. NO. 70o. MILES CITY, MIONTANA, WEDNESDAY, AI'RIL 5, I193. PRICE FIVE CENTI POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS: o'tIeI . lfor F I.Int. ,.ytt , i y .J1i1 'lpe I). ,,l . Wli rnil-i. r l ..... Iu . D Ip . N-orthern Pacific Tie Table. .parfLEAVEh. M ILE.nITY l-,i .OIN + d: T. No I. Pac Mail . .. .... . 02 . m. MoN ry orrl P r reighs .. . ......44 a. ,n. Rpe istry ho., .. ....... m. Sunday. --(ll.i'r t lc .l frun, IP to I I, Ill. C'HAS. W'. St. nE. 1'. M. Nerthern Pacific Time Table. LEAVE MILEN C'lTlY OIN EAiT. No 4 Atlantic Mail .......... .... .....:27 a. nm. No 54 tSprea Freight .................. 4En a. i. lNo Way Freight ........... .....l..1:I p. in Official Directory. nT.ATE. Mnh..mr o.f t',.nerr+..a .. W. W. D)ixon, Hli.tna 4rove rnr .... .. . J. K. Rickard., Ht.rna ijeut.htiv . .... . .. lx i tlkin. Helen Scrtary of tat . . . . I. lwill. Helena S.atei Tr.aurer F. W. W. Vrighlt. Hiutln Jtatue Audito r D t Cr . . r k. Hele na All'y .erlE uri .1. Hlarkill. ...

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. — 5 April 1893

THE DAILY .JOURNAL4. MILES (CIt. ONiTANA. Every tf nrnInq E ..pt InndI2y. Edition. If- '1- 'Ibsri.di Editiun, ine Inamliln o CIFTY hIIIIM'IItEIII. carrirr, lIvrry mnllflil. t .1 CPntar wI r welk. WWMILY EDIITIIM, YELLOIIW PAIE'Y. STear .. .. .. .. . .... . . . M Month. . WtI Months ..... . .1M1 Wtednesday. April a, PM~3 Tle. reth I Central Afriea. The Africans are a very hardy moe, and I think it is no doubt ow Jag to a very great extent to the in troduction they receive at a very Searly age to the strengthening effect at cold water bathing. Every morn fog as soon as they leave their huts the women file down to the river's edge to give their abiesa baath. Thu mother walks knee deep into the stream, then catching the half awak shed infant by the wrist, she dips him into the chilly water and holds him firmly as he wriggles bLneath the surface. It always happens that several women are so o(Cllepiil at the same time, and they naturally engage in conversation. when t he discussion i. oft...

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. — 5 April 1893

MILES ('ITY. MINT.TAN.A. J.ItRlN .SLl WVI" THE i- + :rl. t':I. 1Mml. ýt v ITi:.. (T 11 31 ..( , ril . S r.. ..... T p.... . W I o 1 ' t, r,.. . A1MI'. Io %1. MtoLN+. MaxIilunli tenl lH tra:lllTIr- "I. Minimum teill'rintllre, ::l. MeanI tlempi'rattllr e. 1i. Precipitation in last t4 Iill r. .(01i IH. It. IIOYNTON. O(servser. WEATHIER FOREi AWl'. WAinrsuriciT. Aplril 4 To observer, Miles (ity. Mmonana: Montana: -Fair. waraer Wmdlnislday. mornin. 1RRIITON. /'hinf of We'ittlie Iturrau. Nara:-Tlhe ahbr o fore-cst in for :0i hollr from 6 a. m.. its date. LOCAL ITEMS. For Budweiser heer call at Professor Bach's. H. Axford of St. Paul is registered at the Macqueen. Iemp's celtebrat.dl lager I""mr at llul lard'. * D. McDonald of Terry spent y'estiz-r day in the city. J. J. Oliver of St. Paul came in on yes terday morning's train. Martin Erhardt departed on last night's train for Butte. H. A. Biiher camue in on No. 1 fromn Minneapolis yesterday- m( rning. William Allen of Chicago was one of t...

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. — 5 April 1893

Highest of all in Leavcnrng Pm L - L.U S. Gov't Report. . a4.ý 1 , ý SI V2 L, TEIYM GEMS FROM CROVE-R. IeIme Extraet. f.rol I're,.idelt ( lit..l.ted's |'ension % etm,.w. It is sad lut true that iin orrt 1 inrl pensions there: exi-ts a widspretld ti regartt of trutlh a.d gaotl frilh: .1,, race after ti-: p-enItions woull st i:tlt.to weakne:-- andti prtt inrd iniapatciy atnl put a premium oiu dishonesty and i un dacity.--Vtr of Dependent P'en-ion Bill. The number of instances in which those of our soldiers who rode horses during the war were injured by being thrown forward upon their saddles would indicate that those saddles were very dangerous contrivances.-Veto of Alfred Denny Pension Bill. Her pension is asked for entirely because of her needs and the faithful ser vice of her husband and her sonls. This presents the question whether a gift in such a case is a prtqe"r dispo~ition of money appropriatedl for pensions.-Veto of Sally Ann Bradley Bill. The soldiers of our civil war. in 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. — 6 April 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. I7I. MILES CITY, MONTAN"A, THURSDAY, Ai'RIL 6, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENIf POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. ail l. ' i..a. (. ft .-- i . ! 1" ii. +.,.i a41aaaarii- r, i." 1'11 N . · a a. . v 'a'..: a.. Tn t.....-. t. a. -a .1". 'laa .a -.nl ta.a.- .., x (. - ; a 'laali- Sit .at." I1*I ( .. li t(i~li.a, ti-~i ..} ... .- · (r.I Oltiv: . cll.ia * lt.giatry ala.' . ii d . ii.. n 'I laa. W. SE) aL. I'. M. Northern Pacific Time Table. L.EANE VILEa (..T)ailati 0" iT. No 1. PalcitfcMail . ..t... ...... ..... . 4 I.ii .m No, :S Eaar Fnt Erti. ttat .. .1 :11. in. No 3 Pay Freighat...... . ... . I..:10. it. I.EAVE MII.Ea l11i (+0%la.. EASIT. Non4 Atlantic Mail.... ..a:7 . in. 7Ni, 34 Eiia't'aa Freijght a. at No 51 Waya Freight .... .: . n Official Directory. T.4TVE. Man..i.r of taiaIIararv..... N.: Wa. Jix,,. Haalana iwrnanr .l. E. ickarat.. Helena Lient- (iav . tdtx IHt~ikiaa. Hatena ienrataary o Statt· . L. Ht4 aitt, Heal.iaaa Stta.irTratrir.'i . WN. Wrighal. tleaa ...

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. — 6 April 1893

RWE DAILY JOURNAL. ILES CITYT MONaT.NA. Every Waradlaa Ecrept ila u .a.iu . Termts of S.a!ba ,'jptian. 3 MAIL, I'. ADOl .N Pl.T ti.L P kll. &lEdition, t iae y .ar .............. . 1. Editionr,. ix m nlhs .............. Eldition, late n h tlt ................. l.oki TO ('IF hl'a|'HI'RIII.. easrrier, peery morniml , ait 2 Mt'nt p'wr weelk. WERKLT EDITION, YLI.I.O PAPER. i i thi ........ . ....... ......... . .. . S.I5, u oaths .................. ............. U 111 Thursday. April (i. 1813. THE HEI.EENA ELE(TIOiN. The result of the Helena municipal election can scarcely be used as a Irliti al pointer for several reasons. the chief -e-t of which and one always applicable. 1J that Helena is notoriously unreliable politically. and is just as liable to go as heavily republican as it has the year be-' fare gone democratic. Local interests and influences predominate to a large extent in every election. and it is these that sway the ballot. .A year ago Cur tin.the denjaratic mayor just r...

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. — 6 April 1893

THE DI)Ail .1It lRNA I,:,. IIILE`: CITY. SOl'TANA. til iar.li III.' i tll , flli K p. i.... ..2 I .t. .. sd b 1'11.1 L tA \1. lEAN8. 1l1 Maximum tenlllraturelllf, * .it Minimum tnlemperalt iI . ;i. m Mean temperature. 46. li. Precipitation in lat 21 hour· 0r.0 1 av II. 1. I()aNTON Ot) erver. rin fit he o r WAHINITroN, April 5. Too oserver, Milens ity. Mnmtana: MnMttana: -Lural enuwl, thi. Iaftnrnlu.I lfll an1 tnailght. ('ohlder its c.art Thurlday Ie morning. II.RHI.R(TON. t ('hie. f f I'Alther ltuireau. Nora: -The sh.avl forrecast in for :% hour. fromn a. m., its date. m _rt LOCAL ITEMS. For Budweiser beer call at Professor of Bach's. .. Fisher. of lozeman. is r.gisstered at " the Macqueen. Bill Case. foreman of the LU - outtit. was in town yesterday. Charley Van Dlyke. of the Le Seur ranch, canie in yesterday. V C. II. Parker returned from the Crow n agency yesterday on No. 1. Lemp's celebrated lager beer at Btul lard's. _* . Shoep Inspector ii. .L. Chenowarth 8 went up to IRosebud...

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. — 6 April 1893

II1 :] nit u a L -.- i.L.at Lt U. 3. Gov't Rcport. A PUde _ASOWNELY PURE And in Ti,- .1 . ., .1 ta ailual,:t Much of life'l nitet- ea trrii- a.lnt out. He kilned mle. ne>. ,er, h-e went awayi. 'Twas a in..uory, lih -aidi. h old keep for aye, And Bol, ti,', know An . what niu could oeaes onte-half that a woiman would? A year later, with softened tIead. Bob comen in and mays. "'H's d -.id:" "8t. (.lalr'?" I ark, and now there lies A wondering question in iob's blue ewes. "I thoughlt-you know-Bens. I, It true That the fellow wao really nothing to you?" I raise my eyes; they are stern and cold: Bob's are not-they're ablaze and bold. "My darlingl Mine: Ah. at this inle day For I know now why he went away." "But my kiees are cheap -I remember. you see." "They ar u more L;.. untoll wealth- to ms." -Yankee Lladird Ehaes of Forest Fires. Theplanters of the Brazilian forest I provinces sometimes burn down sev eral square mile- of woodland In or der to prepare tie soil for tillage, but such...

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. — 7 April 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 172. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTI POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS: M IILf ('L t .i-:. Ea!1t,.r11u....'.tu~l nr d I.,"al ttet r 1,r .. intr u e t t .e .n r. 1 l , ,. Werttru. for l l.t,,"r: du . t`. l P.. Sp..ar.i.h.Mti.e, tya.. W,1:,,.h,trly uud Tongue River. o.l., .r. , ;''tl,; .I: aItI Fri dlta y(4 t ............. .. ..... I p, . tl. Sadie~. Sattunnla, Il..1, It t OIie ol l -.. .... n i . ... ... ..." 4 itr . Ili. O ice lms.' ........ r i Itt .. I.. Mony orer elite>r...... Sundayr -Otlice ,lten fromt I to 1. n1. ('HA.. VW. S'IDE, IP M; lorthern Pacific Time Table. KLEAVE IILEI ('ITY GOING( W I.T. Nlo I. Pacife Mail ................. t...1t2 , . m. No p Ezpres Fre.lh t .......... .... 1: 1 a. . No 51 Pay Freight ... . ............... a. . LEAVE MIEr ' VlTI (Io.I1 E.LT. No 4 Atlantic Mail .............. ...... :': a. nt. No 54 Express Freight ............... 6I a. t. No U Way Freight ...... t..t.":1 . m. Official Dire...

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. — 7 April 1893

'?E DAILY JO)URNAL MILES ('ITY, MoSNTAFSA. Every Morasinlt E~erpt Iiol ay. Ter.ts ,'" NSI 'v'i.tion. r1 MAIL, IN ADVAN:'I. PIt.T .ti: PiA10. *t .Ed.ition, ono, month . ............. ..i T(t CITY ItI' BM IIIERH. a 1earier, every mrninl,. at i5 cints ier week MIgKL¥ EDirIoN. Y-.LL.I( PAPER. T ar................... .............. . Mlon ths . ............ ............ ..... ". Mh aths .............................. L Friday, April 7, 1t93. Tre NE W REGIS(NTR.ATION LAW. At the recent session of the legislature the registration law was amended it several important conditions. all of .._n.hich will tend to make the duty ol saistering much easier in the large anm mApareli settled districts than heretofort The text of that portion of the law enm bodying the changes is as follows: "It is hereby made the duty of each and every registry agent to designate. or or before the tirst day upon which lhe it required to conunence the registrationot voters to publish in somte newIalyui' within his coun...

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. — 7 April 1893

THE DAILY .JO HIINAI, MILES CITY, M(iNTAN.S. JOURNAL WEISTII'BR t it'l'4lf. !hi M t.+ I'lT . tTi t.. April 14 . (t Bart.nn- Tem nii t t,. r. ;T,-m . i In % .-.ntlirr. In a. nt.. i ..: N i tot. IA+iL l IAN ALI MEA.,. Maximum temlrantlurelt. :h, Minimum tmriture, :Ct.a. Mean t"mswieraturl.. 56. Precipitation in last 24 holr,. !.01 Ct II. 1i. IOYNTIN. ct Obearver. p - 01 WEATIIER FOREC'AST. WAHIuttTOhi, April 6. To observer. Miles ('ity. Montana: t: Montana:-Orecaeiamal rain or snow in al western portion; warmer Friday morning; (older tIt west Friday even ing. HA.RRIN(iTON. t 'hlief of Weithtlr Bureau. NOTr:-T-he abMOve forecast is for :;i hours d from 6 a. n.. its date. LOCAL ITEMS. For Budweiser beer call at Professor Bach's. * R tl F. W. Handel and wife aur down from it the Musselshell. E. A. Mulkley of Ekulaku tanel in a yesterday afternooun. b Lemp's celebratted lager beer at Bul lard's. * James Fletcher of Manhattan was in the city yesterday. George W. C'ers has gone out to hisa ...

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. — 7 April 1893

iHIighcst of all in Lcaventin P 'eIo:cr. Lateirt U. S. Gov't Report. I Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE BEFORE THE TOY ir4OP WINDOW. I knows it' mighty w,:,,. I:n e to cry 'Nblubnber llk ai,, ...t h!:: I lafn't he.lp thlln itlrs. I'm old enough. I . poo to i away sechchildlsh thine,. i',* known the light o' day Some tnlty reas. It's this way. air 'Bout thirty years ago I had i little baby houe namedi Joe Named aftlr rne For Joe's matmmta aforM she came to die Ast me to nae hlum that ar way, and I Just did, you see. Umen Joe-well. he was three weeks old that day. When she-sbe-kind o' sighed 's passed away, 'N me and Joe Wae left to help each other on-for me io keep the little fellow goin; he To soothe my woe. Me did it, too. Joe did-he did a heap. 'Twe mighty comfortin to watch him sleep 'N coo and smile. I osemed to se her srile when Joe lookedgaed. 'N thea I kind o' didn't feel so slad A little while. 'N then Joe went:-I had to go to town 'f Joe while I was gone crept off- to .'o Fell in a d...

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. — 8 April 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 173. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTr POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. 314.ILM4 t u4 W a tsl.rI s. t 11s1'. 1 1 /,rI i"H':l · .. r,, 111. Stnnnlslt ?I n..an, 1'rri Ir'rl .r an T(,rlulll Hit.:l. Nl~er::lain. \N:'lt -:lay'l~ ...l Fridai.sy .. . 55 ....... ) lp. ii. Sad~lie, Stt.rfly. .. ......4. Oflir.. o{ 1 .... . .,i fifties cslu.', .. . " '' Mss)ssry orr cl...s'.. t *. 1a. Suondays. -Ottire ospeny fee:,ss, to1 I j.. atl. ('H.I.. W. S-;.1 n P. 31. Norther Pacific Time Table. LEAVE MILES CITY GOINGIJtI WRIT. No I. Paeific Mail ................... ...1402 p. M. No 5i5 FapsessFreight ............ ..... s14. it.. No 55 Pay Freightt.................. .....4:1a8. m. LEAVE MILEtS CITY UOIOIU LEA. No4 Atlantic Mail.............. 5:27 a. m. No 51 Exos Freight . .........r...... Fregta. i. No is a Fruighlt ...12 :1 p. m. Official Directory. ST.\TE. remher o'f Colgr. .. W. W. IDixon, Hetena (Gloverr.'. . .. .I.. E.k srias. Hielena Lk...

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. — 8 April 1893

i.ME DAILY JOWURNAL. MIJ..S (C'IT, MONIItANA. Every Morning Exc-t I.Illll. Te rms o h iibrt . t\ll Edititm. one, a ... a ....... ...... P r ... 1 t lition, Fix mnth ..... ..l, ..n . . .etion, onie month ........ ......... I:3) TO CITY ACURIItlIBERM. lsarrier, every morning. at S, cets Ir week. WE3KLY EDITION, YEI.LOL PA.PER. Saturday, April 8. 1893. AN APRIL HLIZZARD. The storm which broke over this to ality at an early hour on Friday, the lth of April, was unprecedented in fury amd will long be remembered as a not able elemental disturbance. It had been breeding for days with a stiff east •wind and an overcast sky. but' when on Vhursday afternoon the symptoms ex Vloded in a wind storm with accom panying electrical display. and the wind chopped squarly around to the west. it was reasonable to suppose that the ex "pected disturbance had eventuated and that with the changed conditions, we might look for fair wiather. But though the wind remaired in the fair weather quarter. it continu...

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. — 8 April 1893

THE DAILY JIOUPINAL MILES (CITY. MO.NTA1.t. JOU'IINAI IEVIATIII:lt ItLCEPitT. Iltu r. n T(inIp. Wind, \\, :itlaer. I-tl Ba. mll.|..±i... I ';W iLt 'x.£ DAILY LI' tl Mt:AN'. Maximum temln-rature, 21. Minimum temperature, Vl. Mean temperature, ;,. Precipitation in last 24 Ihours. 2 inches II. R. tO1 N'ItON, Oliserver. WEATHER FORECA.sT. WASHINSTON, April 7 To observer. Miles ('ity, Montlma : Montana:-G(eneral storim. HARRINGTON. Chief of Weather Uureau. NorE:-Thro atowve forecast is for :tt hour, from 6 a. m.. its date. LOCAL ITEMS. George Shotwell of Fargo is in the city. For Budweiser beer call at Professor Bach's. * L. Quinlan of St. Paul camne in on last night's train. William McMatron of lHed Llogle was in the city yesterday. Lemp's celebrated lager her at Bul lard's. * Colin Hunter returned on last night's train from an i*tended eastern trip. Robert Houston of Glendive registered at the Macqueen yesterday morning. Stock meeting will be in ten days leave your measure now today wi...

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. — 8 April 1893

Highest of all in Leaveni -;,vh r.-L- test U. S. Gov't Report. IX Powder ABSOWTELY PURE NYE OI~ 111 TI:ll ELS, HIS PEN FALTERS WHEN HE WR'TES OF THE ROYAL GORGE. esmething Aboui tht,. i'orter on the Slerp. ita Car and Hli Life Work--The bilive Question Touched Up and a Story About a Real Wontan. ICopyright, IeS, by Edgar W. Nye.] WESTWARD Ho, March. Did you ever see a porter on a sleep lug car make up a berth? It does not look like anything hard to do, and yet if Ton try to make up 26 berths and have them look tidy you will And that great beads of perspiration are pouring down from your brow. I am watching one at his work a I write. I love to sit in a car this way, with a table, and write on and en indefinitely with an earnest air, as re might if he were putting a summer uitchen on the unmverse. I LA SiC IT IN A CAR TIllS WAY. One of these deft blackamoors is mak btg a berth fur a single lady whose face reminds me of a dream I had when a child and had washed down a quart of green go...

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. — 9 April 1893

ln Street over Stockgrowero National Bank gk nuaranteed anndast rEmanacble prtea. CHURCHES. aToDST aIt,,a. tt, sama Ad meetingWcd, 7;tL(lhscrr Pastor. I PUIjTERIAN Coreh Corner Main Street d M~oedto Avenue. ervm.aap, alt am. ad 9J p.m. Rev. J. . DunaPt, Pautor. CATHOLI C harh of the Saered Het Corner ofe ud Peatk Stiset. Berv te t tied tbhird S P thbe motb.i High Ma at 14Sm. ad- Shool att 2lp. m. Veaper aid Lsditietia ati p .l.. IsOCllTiis. A. a TA. M. alk.watoa (a No. me.ta Ma Mali on Stat and tid Wadnesdaya SO. O" . (' het3eo. s, meets in & & am t. t mo s Siat anwd thir ri. Wy me. at M a ulr. r S. a16 VPU ms IILev W t a t O pastº Apa Sm. Msa deagree, and manelaugnier, me s y te tlnition of murder in the second degree, being found in these words of the stat ute, attached to the definition of mur der in the first degree, to-wit: "All other kinds of murder shall be deemed murder in the second degree," and with out any other definition at murder in the second degree, the court...

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. — 9 April 1893

WE DAILY JOURNAL. MIL~S CITY, MONTANA. fvery M.orniu It *.t.ept Montny. Ternus if S,,b,.,.ei ,i(,, 1. S MAIL, IN ADVI NCE, rOST Lk I' I1D0. lEdition, tr e year..................... lo.ti, lFiition, six months edition, one month ................ I.ti TO CITA )utfliRIBERR. ardeTer, evry mnorning, at 25 cents per week. W5IIL1T EDITION, IELL.O' PAPER. Months:.". :: ..... .. ......... u; Sunday, April 9. 1893. A GOOD APIPOIfNTMENT. 'The appointment of Judge William ren of Minnesota to he commission wr a pensions, is one that President Cleveland deserves to be congratulated mapn. Although a democrat. Judge Lochren is and has been for years out ide of the influences of partisan politics. Appointed in 1884 to a judgeship by a republican governor. he has twice been it-elected to the position in a strongly republican district by overwhelming majorities, by people who hold him in mach high esteem that his position was practically a life one. As a member of the "First Minnesota." a regiment who...

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. — 9 April 1893

THE DAILY JOUItRNAL MNLE ('CITY, MONTANA. JOU(RNAL WEATHER IREPIORT. MILE ('-Ty,.tt Tlut. r\lril ', 1 Va -- I.Lr ,m- [ etr. Ttm,.J Wi _ld W, ath r. a. m.. n 0.s ...!.... I;sE.. :,'biady. a p. m.. . .. . 4:,tsW . 4 'Part i'ltntly. DAILY L(t'.\L MEANS. Maximum temperature, 87. Mianimum temlteratur., 1i. Mean temperature, X. Precipitation in last «4 hours, 0..5 Ii. R. BOYNTON. Observer. WEATHER FORECAST. WAsn.txrox, April 8. To observer. Miles City, Montana: Moetana:-Fair, slightly warmer on Sulday a. m. HARRINGTON. Chief of Weather Bureau. Norva:-The above forecast is for :6 hours from a a. um.. its dlate. LOCAL ITEMS. For Budweiser beer call. at Professor Bach'. * Joe Scott was in San Francisco on the 4th inst. Letump's celebrated lager beer at Bul lard's. * J. B. Kempton of Terry spent yester day in the city. Fred Orechel went up to Livingston on last night's train. J. R. Montague of TerryA'ame up yes terday on a busfeess trip. Stock meeting will be -'in ten days leave your measure ...

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. — 9 April 1893

Highest of all in Lcavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. AB3SL.TELY PUFE WILLIAM STOPS OFF AT SOME PLALL IN CALIFORNIA. ne sees Peter Jackson and Mlakes a Fe, hlilo.ophieal Remarks About I'ugllisu Is General-The 82 Bill That Wasa'i Good-That Cow of Sam Davls'. LCopyr'.ht, IMi. by Edgar 'H. Nye.] ROLC&D .aoLT CALIFORNIA, March. Last evening I saw Peter Jackson. the great colored pugilist, in his masterly craetion of Uncle Tom. Mr. Jackson ha the average face of a colored man, not refined and beautified as some have im agined. We often hear from admiring ftsends that Mr. Corbett is very fond of home, and .it John L. Sullivan, if sud 'L--s I TOOX IT WHILE REHEARSING MT PIECE. denly surprised in his room. will gener so, too, we lear~ that Peter Jackson, the colored person who fights people for a livelihcc., is "a perfect gentleman" and far above the average in intelligence. The j tatements are. some of them. true. Parson Davies, who manages Peter. is the ,uiet party who supplie...

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