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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 11 April 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL VOLUME XI. NO. 175. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, APRIL Ii, 1893. PRICE FIVE CEO POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. ):tr. gnr, . . .hun ... r 1.t. Ent"n ~ ..i!-"t..t.:,.tc...-:"(. ,:,. tooler cl~n'r ................ I'1rp.m ROtilrtr cl.1s ...r.. ......... 4*J. Suiul8).-Olitc" J:48i fron. 1: to, I p. in. 4'AV W4. S1'4: L1) '. M. Northern Pacific Time Table. LEAVE IiILEi ('ITV O0iiO. A% ET. No 1. Pacific Mail .....i......... ..ig. .in.. No 55 Rx3.ire" Freight ...... 11.448 Ii . in. No. ?i Pa)' Freight..............514 a. in.. LEAVE MILES CITY (10300 LAaT. No 4 Atlantic Mail............ :...7 a. in. No 54 Ezrn"aa Frerighlt ...... ......6, a. in No 41 Viay Frigh~lt .... . Itl.js . m Official Directory. STATE. Me..inbr of! ('ou~greo.1'.'. . W. Dixon. H..l..nn 0I.,v..rnir . ....J. E. liicknirdr. lI..lmua S.'rretuar oft State.'. I.. lI..twitt. 1tln1's Oliaii Tr..a..r.'r . F. W. Wrighti. Hrtlina Stat.-Auii.,r .. nIrrw It. 4'o.,k. Ilr..ten Chic Su grilO. 1rt . . . W" ,i lt,*r. 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. — 11 April 1893

THlE DAILY JOUºRNAL. EvryM ibi~ i . , i'uu.ý Upt MAIl., IN t I A. t I)..1 :. I'S . L . I. 1 11). Esiiti~u, sssssis. , iI .li 1.111 rear... . ... 1CI.tW5 TuM~ thsI y prl 1 . 5955. THE .Jot uN %i. hastily e'ongratulntes 3so. Lyman of the Helena Initeistndent apon his appointnient to the eillector ship of this district. Poor 44 denlcuicrat tie isone of the unost gentlnianly. well in formed. and unobstriiea'.e liciaple we have ever had the pleasure of meeting. and it foll. ss as ;i matter of course that his selectiin is one tiie lest that Mr. Clerelaii I hs maileor sill make during his terni. W. L. Lesnis a cansululate. for alts erumanic honor:s at Itezemian in thi eola lng city eleetioi. William is a straight out repubbean. inti never in his whole life failed to tell the truth e\ Ipt fti a week or tno list fill. aihen he "as se tionesering for lBimzeiiaii for the capitol. in Miles tit). As this lIpse frim sterl ing integrity was for the I '.i Lt of £1. ze man. he ehtoiitil Ie triiuimpl...

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. — 11 April 1893

THE DAILY JOURNAL MITEf4 (ITY, fIONT.INA.. Minim-mtH Mean tinla~rat urn. IA. Preeipitaton in Intft .l f~ur-. 0:'t 11. It. IJOYNTON. Otennrvrr. WEATHJER I'ORF('AS'-T. WA41nnTNOnN, April 10. To observer. Miles l'ily. Monntana: Montana:--Fair. wa roar in ea-t em faor tion Tueanlny morning. HAIRRIN~iTON. 4Inief of W,-tlu r Burn-au. NOTE:-The abone torn-cant it= for :*1 IlotIr from 6 a. in.. itts tnat'. LOCAL ITEMS. For Budweiser beer call at Professor Bach's. * J. Turner of Billings was in the city yesterday. Rose bushes and house plants for sale I at Mrs. Miner's. * W. S. Budd of lI zenian registered at the Macqueen yesterday. Lemp s celebrated lager beer at Bul Aard's. * Frank Morton returned yesterday I morning from a trip to Rosebud. Call and see the new pattern hats. just received at Miss Miner's * H. R. Phillips of the LU lar. came in from the east on Sunday night's train. Potatiwi. Carload at Brann'a market. $2 per hundred. * T. J. Porter went down to Glendive yesterday. ieing ca...

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. — 11 April 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Powcr.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. RE Pkina RZJ Pawder ABSOLUTELY PURE A QU. TIC)N Or VALUES. "Kisses are rhea.p." *.t ' VHW ylahi.e, Flashiin' a w ed chuw at Is. "Cheap I c.ll. when a ,t: or la Stoops to lIi kissed bl, J.ln -t. 'lair." Ne'er a word do I ilign It r." :' As I .retch the -tunwlf t.. .ob :l" And 1n In, nsiia- ý tlatail aisaut Much at life awertines .-aee shut out. He kissed me. yes,. ere he erent away. 'Tna a nwi-nsry, he said, he could keep tot And Bob don't know. Ah, what man could Guess one-half that a woman would? A year later, with softened tread. Bob comes in and says, "He's dd!" "St. Clair?" I ask, and now there lies A wondering question in Bob's blue eyes. "I thought-you know-Bess, is it true That the fellow was really nothing toyonu I raise mty eyes: they are stern and cold: Bob's are not-they're ablaze and bold. "My darling! Mine! Ah. at this late day For I know now why he went away." "But my kisses are cheap - I remember, you see."...

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. — 12 April 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 176. MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, AI'RIL 12, 1893 PRICE FIVE CEwF POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAtL-, ('LOSE. |..,trhrn p. r t tf 1 , .. . (taile. cSia,.P t Mllnt\+ or.l hr , lcl' . ...... - ?.· I., ti. Re.ici.try M ucl. , . V.h3 ,.t SuT ii:.a -Otli..t , j tti rIl, \+,h I. I""n Northern Pacific Time Table. LEAVE MIlEn CITY 0,100t NIE+T. No1. Pacific Mail ....... ...... ...H :l p. im. LEAVE MI.E ('ITY (iNt.G EOnT. No 4 Atlantic Mail.. . .. .....:.7 a. tn. No 54 r..P prli Freightl..... . . i.... .i. | J. Ill. No 3(fi a Freighti.- ... i :ID. i. llin. Official Directory. STATE. M ,iitrerif l,(nar to.... .. . . )ixo,. I.:.I..a (inerr- . . .i. El . irekar.ti . Il lena. Linit.l i . . .l...." x i,.i,tkiu. Hiria. reriry Sti .... L. H. Htw itt. H.ltt.a. Stat." Trianrir F, W. Wraigt. Hiltina Stat . nA t hii r Anirtw 1. Ii arik. hlent i Att'iy t(ir'irl . th .. r .1. l.a. k. H rlena I .t.,t Ina .lt. . A. . '4 m .. 1 11 m h l n h i." t . . .. . 1... . .. . . ...

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. — 12 April 1893

'IE DAILY JIOURNAL. MILfES CITY. MONT.ANA. Every Mornting EIU.l.pi Momnlav. T i, t) . ,j"' .,.,:.:-.v :liti(,, . AFT MAIL. IN ALD l\ 1tL. PII T (,I.1 PAID. Em itlion. nll Beari...... .. Edtion. .ix month--tM Elition, one mo.nth.... l 1.1 TO ('ITS S['H`I('RIRER1(. peaM rier, ev ry nt rirt . att "" cluts I-wr we-k, WEEKLYt EDITION, YELL)W PIPER. _ M th ~ . ................... .......... i.0e Wednesday. April 12, 1li713. A DEMICRATTIC( DI'TY. The evident policy of the administra te to leave well enough alone in the u lmtter of tariff legislation is awakening tle apprehension of the call of demo nrata who are looking to a future for the party beyond the limit of President Cleveland's term. In a recent editorial article tihe St. Paul (;lobe extends the finger of prophesy to MIr. Cleveland as follows: The line of safety runs in the direction of redlemption of the pledlge to eliminate from our tariff laws all Ierottection sarel that which is incidental to lIluv revenue tariff and unavoidab...

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. — 12 April 1893

THE DAILY .JtI' liNAI MILES CIT,. MONTA.NA. JOURNAL 1I.EATIHER Illu0ltl'r. S. p. v2 {'1t1 t. i tO , *.t.1'I |i, |I '.j i e •t -. ý'I'"'''{ '",. 1 ý " "" ·__=10..L.. T is . . . nt... \ 'Al DLILoY LIL qH At, EANS. MaXir.Ut temotraturi, : . Minimu a e·ntyn raturv, .. Mean teminarattnre, 4t. Precipitation in last .it hour. 0.n: II. I. IIOYNTON, Ob(rver. WEATHER FOREt('.T. W...nnirro., April 11. To obt.rver. Miles ('ity. Montana: Montana:-Fair. warme.r. IARRIN(GTON. S Ihief of Welatlhr IItreIn. NOTE:--ThaebRhve foricat is for :ti .iuuIr from 6 a. m.. Its date. LOCAL ITEMS. For Budweiser beer call at Professor Bach's. * J. H. Watstn of St. Pau'1l sl.#it "o s. terday in the city. - ~--x- Rose bushes and house plants rfr sale at Mrs. Miner's. Y W. E. Wagner of l)uluth eamie in on 1No. 4 aesterday mirning. Lemp's celebrated lager beer at Bul lard's. * "Robt. Houston of (;lendlive was among the visitore in town yesterday. C('all and see the ne1w pattern hats just received at Miss Miner's * Mi...

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. — 12 April 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.- Latest U. S. Gov't Report. ABSOUTELY PURE 1 . lt i: ,. , l it 1.,.,1.r, o h k .ari . J want a h, :1 !! htrl I ti~ -tore. And the Iwlh'nlll n e 11 ,; :11.h1l. I want n ilt ll all i al: r'hllm Z;lit r i l Ill " - ,lI Ii all: I 22,11:2 timil I, 1 %VWhd'i an-wer to niu ail) I want lit Iordl.. banker With iwealtil n lh:ul rat sea; i want a t a ,u , w hose 1.la'r ug Sthall u, my ke"e'istr Itt. I want no handsone, brilliant man Whose glarlce the heart can hurt; I want a niat so ugly That none will with him flirt. I want a man of learning, Of the mental. vast and high, I Want a man who knows and feels Hle know much lens than I. -unmaha le. Spolling a GoCn Story. "An ancient Persian king," said the doctor, "had brou.hlt before himt a trai tor to the throne, who. after a brief hear ing, was condemne d to be strangled. "'Mercy. U king.' cried the unhalppy man. " 'No,' responled1 the king sternly. 'You have con- p;ired against me. and you must pay ti- penalty...

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. — 13 April 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL VOLUME XI. NO. 177. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, AI'RIL 13, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENVT POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. Ea.trnnHi. a.-. a..ndy.. W .l . ..:.1n , n awl- Frit l)' .,.r p cii1. O::,elr. Si rcrI a . ..... . ..71 l. l. M tn. f.,,rf,lrrrl: ~n .' }, t... Rw c tr ) Ic ..' . . . . . .. .l 2 . g . nalal i Ulfie.. .rpr.. ...r 1 1, p. nn . Northern Pacific Time Table. LEAVE NIl.E~lI' (it GlINI' 'AEAT. ) 1. Pacific Nail. .201p. in. N1i.:i) Ezp a H FrH.. ig ..t... . :1.. 4 'lan. Othe a Freiaht. . . .......a. in m. LEAV~E MiLEE~ (I17t ()ISit E~aT. Moe Atlantic Nal.. ...... t.27 a. m. N R..I"xilcc 1cnuiy"lt i (i p. In Ni lUliay Ircili~... 12..- 14)11111r.r Offical Drec tory. SITA\TE. Noarther Pla(cifnircnn.. V. Vi. 1)4gW. HTie bea (N1.afrn cM.ail....J. E. Ii ari.. . fin.a LiN-lxnt rgt........ H.t.ki. . _13"Ii in NorrtPar) iitaht .. .. ........ . ...it1:10in Stat, Trpanurrr ...F. ~. W'rigfla. Hn~l..na A EAVE MILESa. Hnr J.T Hni,'lt I HAST.ia NIot AtlanticMail ........... ...

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. — 13 April 1893

THE DAILY .IJOI IRAL. MILES ('ITY. MO T.1N.A. Every MItPIII.ni I. I ) idail. II) S iL,. I\ OXt. t\% i .. 'i -i*tlit . Ietin. Elition. 1n, vi1- .. . . .... " ]Oii-" Eiliti ,l,. fix -:-nlth- . .. . 0;q,) Jam iiition, om n tlth . .... i.tll TO, CIT" it tt-t'':IIILLI . 1s errier. ev,.r nalllrllit. it r r.tlti pec r wi-e . WEEKLY EDITION. YVI.LLOt P IPER. Ya rr. ............. .. ..... .I, M on th ...... ... .. .. ... ......... . .t Months ......... .... . ..... 1.t Thursday. April 1:1. 1Si3. ('ITY I)E('OR.TIONS. The suggestion made by a correspond ent in this issue in regard to planting rssees in our streets is one which we heartily commend to the consideration df our citizens. It is an itea that the city council have already had under consideration. hut whi h has tbein crowded under by other umatters. The suggestion made by our co.,rrespondent to plant trees in the roadtway at a uni form distance of twelve feet from the lot line is no doubt in view of the fait that as the city grows, th...

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. — 13 April 1893

THE DAILY .JIOUNAI_ MILES ('ITY, MltIT '. NA. .3O tIN.lI. Wi:tiEifllt t:al'aulltr. • M I.v I(1 . III. t.. Aprilo I'. . Tr. T im, Wiwl ...t,,r -I __ h a. tn..1 l'7 . i ( l211'. I.' Snitw DiI0 . I. n L \ll. MEths. Wazimtmni teple.'ratuire. :, . Minimumrn taei. ratare, a . Meian temtlnl.raturl . 1:I. Precipitatlll ill la tl I1 liir, O.<.. II. R. 1IO( NTON. Olaosrve r. WEATHER FIORlIE( T. WAaIMxMAraT, aril 12. To ohserver. Milhe.i it., Montana: M.atana:-Fair, warmer. H.IRRIN(ITON. ('hief of Weatlhlr Ilurneaa. NorT:-Th.e aboive foreca'at is for :11 lilur. from 6 a. n.., it. date. LOCAL ITEMS. For Budweiser therr call at Professor Bach's. * Lemp's eeellratll a Iiger beer .it liIl lard's. - J. H. McKiernan of 1Hilli.. ca.iunew downi on No. 4 vaesterall " iorlla.li.i. ('all and see the u.i.w pattern halt just received at 1Miss .Miner's * .J. Fisher of Ilozernian was amonfg thise Who registered at the Ma.cqueen ;ester day. C'hoce outs and apotatas for see,1l at * SaMIt rt & h.YNIrN'.v...

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. — 13 April 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Po;wer.- Latest U. S. Gov't*Report. R 11 Powder ABSOWTELY PURE AUTHORS' LIKES AND DibLIKES. Tastet of ,ome SWell linosn ' Writers at eeun tromn Their .t owalu . The Book l yb·<-r has Ieen s. .li:g out to literary l.,ople c.. i. blanks whi'c they are required to fill out. ttllinit who are their favorite prose authors. poItr'. painters. etc.. their favorite books: hre-. of flction, what:l they most enjoy anl most detest. and so on. Stnme of the re suits are amusing-ntoneis very instruct ire. It would be more amusing than anything else, for instance, to see Mr. Brander Matthews attempt to reconcile his favorite prose writer. Hawthorne. and his favorite poet. Dobson, with his favorite musical composer. Wagner: but when, opposite the sentence, "Where I should like to live," he writes "New York of course." we begin to comprehend as well as to be amused. Mr. Joel Chandler Harris makes a very frank and cheerful avowal of his preferences; it is odd to see Uncle...

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. — 14 April 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 178. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENT$ POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. M.1cILS tIA)E. Ea t, rn. c, n""rrl w ml at nl . {. o a 1.-il.... Ea.i.rtc . 1~r : . tu -t.I W,.I.~tr. . i {,t al ri, .atu.. . 1 ... n S,*1c ci,",ta ~ .i'i'. .... . 7;1,{, Mowsyorderc r,1p 1Hu vs. W. t'i;! ui. ... M. Northern Pacific Time Table. LEASF MI LE% ( ITV GoINGi WEN4T. No 1. Pacific Mail ....... 2 . I. m. No:.`, EXIpi'itt Froeigt ........ ii NoZPay Frv"igllt ... ... II x:0i. in. LEAVE MILE% itTy GOING LAST. No 4 Atlantic Mail ... .5:27 i. m. No .l Ezgtr".'t Fre'ighit. 6....... Nit. a. III No: ii Way Fr.'iglit... ... . . III:T p.in Official Directory. ST.ITE. Minta Ir oif i'(iigri... W. N. Liximn. Hlecttit tiiiairiitr . ..... . J. 17. Hii'kar~lc. Hiti'o~i Lient4iii .. .hlix tistkin. Helena Sccretary of Stait. . L. Rotwitt. Helena State' Tr'ai c"r . F. N . Wright. " l:lc'I i State Atilititr .. n. rrw It. I cik. Hlel.~u. Att'y (ieneral Henri J. 110 k...

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. — 14 April 1893

THE DAILY JOURNAL. MILEN CITY. MONTANA. Even' Monwin^ 1'ý."g I N oxt Mo a. Tinms ,.1 N'iscriition. BT MAIL, IN 1iD1lL. ICE,'cTaErPil'. Mifl Edition. ocii. pear.. .. ... AItl Edlit ica, six 115110 ,.... I i .. 1 S f-Edition. I,Iiilcmon~th ...... .. 1.151 TO CITY c-Rti iIlItER. l# Carrier, every mcfrninz. at -entis ptr week. WEKLY EDITION. YELI.toi PAPER. d er ..n t........... ......~~l Friday. April 11. 18:13. A QiEEtR CA.SE. The state of Michiegan finda itself in a peculiar quandary in regard to the %lan Latimer who recently mlade his escape from the state prison by poison ing two of the guards, One of whom died from the effects of the dose ad- a ministered. Some years ago Michigan abolished capital punishment, substitut ing imprisonment for life as the punish ment for murder. Latimer war servtng a life sentence for the murder of his 1 mother under conditions of txtreiIi brutality. and is also believed it have poisoned his father. who died under sus picious circulimstances. His esca...

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. — 14 April 1893

THE IDAILY .IOVItNA1, I MILES ('ITV. 1I4º0TANA. R n. m..':1 2''.. *'41 MaxiiWalIl I mojetrnratu re. :I". Mean temlonrat tArv. PrecipitatiflI in last. a Ii cvlr. 0.001 It. It. IOOY NT(IN. 4.)It...rra'r. WEATHIER 1FORIRt.%'T. WAaIIIM.ATON. April 13. To obeerver. M1,3er 4ity. Moutauna: Montana: -air. warmer. (hi ef of Wematleer uIlnrertn. NOTE:-Tle abotve fairecartis t for i liourn from 6 a. in., its dnate. LOCAL ITEMS. in For Budweiser beer call at Professor los Bach's. * E. E. Powell of Forsyth came down de yesterday morning. Letnps celebrated lager beer at Bul- ha lard's. * co J. T. Bradley of Minneapolis was in di the city yesterday. If - ____________ -Il Dr. C. 8. Whitney went up to Billings on last night's train. R. 8. McBride of Tacoma came in on i No. 4 yesterday morning. go Hank Greenway came back from the at east on last night's train. Harry Ryan of Minneapolis registered at the Macqueen yesterday. ti it Call and see the new pattern hats at just received at Miss Miner's * S L...

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. — 14 April 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.- Latest U. S. Gov'tReport. ABSOWTELY PURE A RETORT COURTEOUS. I'd e> pIanu I It i' ,or and ontee 1,%e,-a;. littlel IN hould Im; MlOW ;. r I r a=: I t~trualit ts ofteu, lie Iistlrnd, mtoe and uii t. Wit', rare .,t vF- of L:. . Then : do!n t unnk I'l tr) it. I'd ravI-r Iw like rout" -D. Lamnmu in '.-, I helIa Washington. Fereadship Setween a Horse and a Dog. A plumber at Narragansett had a horse 27 years old, winch was used for carry ing around his nuswter's material when that was necessary, but spent most of its time in a small pasture. A fox terrier, also belonging to the plumber, was an in separable companion of the old horse. When the old horse was harnessed to the cart the dog was on guard to see that nothing was stolen from the cart. In the pasture the dog was always sniffing around the horse and was never so de lighted as when the horse would begin to roll in the grass, which it often did. ap parently to please the dog, which would jump abo...

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. — 15 April 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE J U RAL. VOLUME XI. NO. .79. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, AI'RIL 15, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. M \li..; 1L I.E. at, . .....- r : :1 . Sir nl,Ia t e ., . . . .1 Oire le . ... ...... .. P . '1 o[.n,'y or,'er clw4"i. . .. .. ........ . o " R, jiutry eh .a . ...... p. . ulthd· a- -Otlfr v o e' n tr m L' to Iw pf . l-. ('HA%. W. SevtI)E, P. M. horther Pacific Time Table. LLCAV MILE ('IT OOINt) O WET. No I. Pa cile lail........ :............A.... ...1 n. i Nno?: f.wrevp reight ...........l:I.la.ln. Io 5l Pay Freirht ... .. :1 a. m. LEAT.E IL- (CITY OuING EALT. 4oi Atlantie Mail ....................... a. I. o a prea Freight........ ...... a. m. No i W " Frei t .....................21 tp.m. Official Directory. FTATE. Member of .(' gress....... W I. aI)l.un. Helena Lieut v ... ....... . I. ltkin. Helena ecretary f Sntat........ L. twitt, Helena , St.ate Trasurer ...... . WF. . Wright, Helela Statr Anditor .......... .nl w . ('.,.k, Helena. Att'y (leural...

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. — 15 April 1893

TE DAILY JOURNAL MILES CITY. MONT tN.I. Every Morniung IExcept Morndty. Ternm of NItNmeription. BY MAiL. IN II V tC( EP, T OE PAID). bý E.|Eitibnl, y5 tr ............ . . $1IM. [etlirioo. six unonth. ... ei. Edition,. one mr n th... . .......... i.t TO S ITS .YIi*'RIBER,. Sestrrier, every mornling. ait 21 cent pe'r werek WRYEKLY EDITION. YELLOW PAPER. Y ear................ .. ... ....... . ...... .t t th .... . ............ .. ..... Its Saturday. April 15. 1893. m MI'NI5'IPAI. MALARIEf. Livingston is the first of the smaller eitiesof the state to avail itself of the privilege accorded by the recent legisla lature, to salary its mayor and aldermen. At the last meeting of the Lit ingston city council it voted to put the mayor under salary of $13 a month and to pay the alderman $5 per meeting, limiting them to five meetings in a month. The salaries of the other city officers were also adjusted as follows: Cily treasurer. $4 0.00 per year: city attorney *240.00 per year: city clerk. 810...

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. — 15 April 1893

McIntire's Bulletin, R©Eeisecd to Date. 'W i ill undertake to tell yvo in this column, from week to week. what is happ,,ening at our store, and if perchance anything should be likely to happen to interest you it will be faithfully foretold in the simplest english. Our past record of never offer ing a bargain unless it be genuine, makes us bold enough to state that any article advertised in this column, will be well worth your serious attention. We shall endeavor to refrain from the too common error of ex. ageration, but we do maintain that no well managed modern dry goods establishment should be without the bargain attractions. Shoe Department. We have about too pair odds and ends, costing from $1.25 to $1.8o, at Sr.oo. .All sizes, includ ing a nice line of oxford ties. Outing flannels loc yard, in spring shades. Our BoysClothing at Cost, from $2.oo to S5.oo )er suit. Sizes front four to thirteen years. Youth's Suits -coat, pants and vest, from 12 to 18 )ears. Close y them out at co...

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. — 15 April 1893

Highest of all in Lea:ening Fo ecr.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. ABISOLItELY PURE FARRIKGFORD LiWN. Who hath seen th- -urltl~.r :,n':l.lr f the kinge Lovely auc lofti. .:u. Ir.ll vi.e. : Walled wi:l t il. :: c1 .leilgedl with blue. Round aloe'i it ith re.l r- sung: Ros. and I;;y tl I;. (iot- Iuling. I m} eIf that eiatki mntt '.n.%l I have seen t ue ullrltnr parlor oft the king. Who aot in the sunmti r parlor of the king His customn of at a lteriill; When sumuter (uanm. whetn earth was boon. When round about his eitiuers sung. Rose and lily their odors flung: When summler lante. i, iwt. all was June? The king! in thie summter ptrlor of the king! Lo! this was the summer parlor of the king. Made fit for him and fashioned fair. Open only to delicate air. Royal songs for the world to sing Seemed writ round the walls in Jeweling: For I myself have seen thin there Have sat in his summer pa. or with the king. -Mary Brotherton. General Orant's Quick Pereepties. One afternoon during the siege o...

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