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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 16 April 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 18o0. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SUNDAY, A RIL 16, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. }1111. 'i ti:;E F"t ,l, . I... ..,at- -t .. t -I.. , -?*l I... T r· · .. :'- a 'lt- :. o t~nLIr," ..1."t,: :'w : r4 1. ,:". Northern Pacific Time Table. No 1. Pacitfic Ntil ..... .4i4Z p. In. N. o5 Ex:,r Frniht ...........:1' a. tn. N. ::. Puy Freight .. . . ..:1 a. in. LEAVE MILI: PITS , al~xI) EAST. No 4 Atlantic Mail ... .:.i n. Nt :"1 Kaprin Frielt ....t . ..... a. iIn. No :5 Way'reight .. . ... . :110t 1n.1. Official Directory. STAT1'. )Itentr of 4io-t .......V. W.N. 1Dixon. Nlt"ina 4crntr. . .J. E. 3{wkarlt... li-lrIti Li.-eut"iv... .. .flx Ittirkin. lIi'."na stat,: Trt-a..nrur . . F. W. Wriatit 14:-i-n, Stair An.tittr. th w It 4 ,nt, iitdna Atit ' iyt."nrai .. . l t ri J. 11:4,.1. 33rt-.n Sep IutrluE. .\. St.".rlr. , Helrcrlr 1'Ik S1tt .t::rI ti tt:. t ' 4. I'".4:-rtou H11.1 ('1k Satr.'a ," rt cl· iI m· 11 ".-h-t,"r. I1."h i r .t . 31. It. lttiit....

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. — 16 April 1893

IE DAILY JOURNAL. MILES CITY, MONTAN.%. Every Morning Eierpt Mlonid.t. - - ____________ ----, r--____ Terms o"f S.".·rpltio,,,. AT MAIL, IN ADY ANCE, POIT.UAE PAID. 'aiit tonl, on - year ............. .... ...fl , l Editihon, one mollt .... .......... I. a mDny- Edition, ,mie noe h........... 1.AI TO (ITY StIiBE.RIBEIA. H earrier, every morning. at '.: cents xper wexk. WEHRLY EDITION, YELLOW PAPER. Months ......... . .................... .1.1 Sunday, April 135. 189,3. i THE PROEEIO)R REVIEYWED. When a man feels himself to be bur dened with information that belongs to the public, he naturally thinks of two ways of unloading himse-lf; one being to hire a hall and tell his story, and the other to put it into print. The first mnethod to be successful entails the nec esasity of an audience, which is not al ways forthcoming, hence this method is not so often resorted to as the more re liable one of putting ones ideas into type. and distributing the circular or news paper. whichever it may...

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. — 16 April 1893

Mclntire's Bulletin, Reaviic(I t1o Za1te We will undertake to tell vot in this column, from week to w'ekc what is happening, at our st,,rc. 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 enls, costing from SI.25 to $1.80, at S$.oo. All sizes, includ ing a nice line of oxford ties. Outing flannels loc yard., in spring shades. Our Boys Clothing at Cost, from $2.oo to $5.0o per suit. Sizes from four to thirteen years. Youth's Suits -coat, pants and vest, from 12 to 18 years. Close them out at cost...

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. — 16 April 1893

iiii- I . 1 ;: - : r.- -. . t U. S. Gov't Report. ABSOIU.ELY PURE HE RO4.MS AT LA'RCE I" ITS LUXU RIANT CRANC. C7CVES. Why ItI, il Nt Visit th." World'.. Flair. auethin.tl .l i, rt a I;:; llotel a.l iltow It I" I...L redl--e'1.tiutn on Old Friend. JCapyrvCl. I.$0. by Edger W. N.e.l A~MONG Tli (.OR 1Nslil AND LEsMr. N. 3M. rih. Thecontrast between Mainoand south ern California as rival winter resorts is very grea:t. H,,re the orange is picket3 during the entire year. and it is esti mated that enough oranges fall off and are plowed under as fertilizers each year to supply the new state of Wyoming completely the year rrui4d. It is estimated that establlished orange orchards of a good quality yield 10 per cent on the investul. unt. Of course poor brands of oranges. Jucst like ill chose-n orchards of lssnr. i Iiserable 5pples, yiehl much less. A vy.:um orchar'1d tot only doe this after it is in hearing. but in creases very gree ly in value each year. This infrrmatio3, I get from old and ...

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. — 18 April 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 18i. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, AlRIL 78, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTI POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. Ea-ter"I..t·nlr.:ll .Io..! 1 LIP.! . , r... t . i.. W ,.t"fn.L "" ei r;l .:el . « ",.1 ·· t,, 1.11 Sa.lir,. Sa',r lu - .r .~y p.I lr.a tiarl air.,,.: . .-. p.d... :y a~ Ton, 1{1,II Pr. 'igl ... 11 a. . rIn.li NoIi Friay- F ht. .... ."arf.. n.. Nadr. atnda7 .. ... .. .1... p. u..ll 'Otirtr .1z t~; ~ o . . . .. ."..:. I LEAVE NIIEY C'ITY 1(1113( ~E11.tT So 4. Alantc" ;!111.... : a. tn. Non 4 Eprrs l,"reot fil o mp Rr,5g rt rF el..-,.: . ..... .7 Of p:tu. an, Nc (lla) r Illgie .irt 121(13 ..I .I . I LEAVE MILES* (ITV GOING WEST. Tito . PaificMail..... ................. H.)2 p. m No :r:. Fzp( as Freigt ............ ... 1:108 . inm No W) Pa Freight ... ....................:10 a. in. Official irectory. STATE. Manemcr lof l,.ngrea.... W.... . W. D)io,, HelenIa (iovernor ............. J. E. Iirakardr,. Heenat Le.t-4ov. .. . ......IIex Ftlkin. flIlrIrna )iaIrerar...

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

THE DAILY JOURLNAL. MILE.L CITY, M)NT.t\ t. Every Morn inLg Etxe,-pt t.lnday. Teroms of s.lbascriptlion. T VAIL, IN ADVNC'E, POST ,GE PAID. olgition, on, .la r .................. its 1o.rM Editi t1, sIx tt,·tfl ....... ...- . .."I Edition, one t ,,nt h........i...... .'I 1TO (CITT Ni UItNIrItERtI. ty 5warier, evryY nloinit.. at 2? ,..nts le.Ir week. WLLELY EDITION. YELLt, INAPER. ear ......................... .... omwth· ................... .........(..... tt e SMonth ................... ....... 1.0 Tuesday. April 18. 1T)3. !m1'11 WOOLttRO)WEI" ('O.NVENTION. . The convention of the woolgrowers of eastern Montana that assembled in Miles City yesterday was by far the most in teresting and business-like meeting that the association has yet held, rivalling Sboth in attendance and discussion of s''ital interests, the annual meetings of the cattlemen, The fact that flock. masters were present from nearly every section of the state and that eastern wool buyers and commission men found it 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. — 18 April 1893

Mclntire's Bulletin, .Levr ec to Date, We will undertake to tell vot in this column, from week to week what is ha,,pening at our store and if perchance anything should be likely to happen to interest y',t 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 SI.25 to Si.So, at Si.oo. .\ll sizes, includ ing a nice line of oxford ties. Outing flannels loc yard, in spring shades. Our Boys Clothing at Cost, from $2.oo to 5.oo per suit. Sizes from four to thirteen years. Youth's Suits--coat, pants and vest, from 12 to 18 years. Close them out at cost. VW...

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

Highest of all in Leavening P . er.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. A1BSOMTELY PURE A tCENT[, V i ANE What the Gentle Reader May Hope for in too Years. THE GROWTH OF SPECIALTIES. Jadge Ditteahoefer Thinks It Will Extead to the Legal Profeslon-Joseph Howard, Jr., Eapeets Nto Radical Change in Jor atlism - Senator Voorbees' Prophecy. The Future of Inland Navigatlon. (Copyright, Li58, by American Press Associa tion.l In response to an interviewer President Cleveland once said: "Oh, you saw that in anch and such a newspaper You might have known it wasn't true." On the same day Thomas Byrnes, super intendent of police in New York city, re plying toa question, stid: "You might have known that wasn't tiue. You saw it in the newspapers. Whenever you see any thing published about me or myaffairsyon may take itlfor f rat -ed it is untrue." As a practical net -pa per writer I natural ly regard vr:h intet:.e t it:terest every phace ofjournalistmi godr and bad. Co'ntemplatilng possible changes it thi...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 19 April 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 182. ivTTiTE CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, A RiL 19, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. -E -lr lI li. t,.r t.,l~l|- (.:i.-i .,t .l:tlll.,-t,,I "... :1., |,. 1,,. , LrLm L.,L I(Lr"..L,,I ,. ..d • " : I. , .. I .... [11. . . IsL ..... , , t,. t, , - .. .. . , I , ..z.. ()Rl. y . &. r,"L'- • p . 1 ,. it tL.. W. l. Il.. 1'. M. Northern Pacific Time Table. LELIVE MILE. I ('IT LY 03I.i HI..T. No 1. Pacifti Mali ... . *. p. In. No .i FIxilrII. l 'ridlt . .. 1 :Ii1. IL. 'o :I Pay Frri.l.t.. . . . :1 1. n. LE..'E MII.tE I"li l I,IOINi LE.AT. No 4 Atlaltic Mail ... . .. ... .. L....+:7 i. Il. No Ex , rr, Friltit ........, ....... Ii. ILL S'. y ) Fra iurl lt . ..... 'S al p. n. Official Directory. ST.."TE. NIll ILd r ofI ('LLLrL..l- ..... . i . I)ix,L,. l..ll.LLI rrn r . . J. i. RickLIrdI. I l Lhtin Liu.t-fi ,v .. Al- x HltkiL. ILhlULI L..crLa.tL' oftl L . . L. t TItwitt. H.. ,.lna Sta , Trtanura.r F. W'. W rwiht. It.h. in Statl AitUwl tr \ILI...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 19 April 1893

HE DAILY JOURNAL. MILE5 CITI 1O'NT t' %. Every Morninz I- ', . M1ornth y. T r.m ,f I'.,.',ipti,,n. ST N.All.. I' )n\ \N, I:. T tr ,E P I1,. ESy i:i Edi'ion . i yfar ........ ..... -t , .1g) FE)t .ix t ,Lt h. .)', '. .... " i 1 :, ) Ethtion, one nornth.. . . 1ik TO (rITY .lB~(CRIUIER. * al0rier, every morning. at 25 cents per week. WEEKLY EDITION, YELLOW PAPER. , M o th . ............................ 1.0 Wednesday. April 1 .. 1)3. WHarL we dislihke to appear in the role ad critic in regard to the action of the viatitg wool growers, we cannot forbear eaur.ring them for the summary manner in which they treated the very praise worthy ambition of Skew Johnson and 1k. Bedd to be elevated to the reslon sihleand lucrative position of scab in _pector. These gentlemen have but re ently became interested in sheep, and B this was their first appearance in the annual convention, they were of course handicapped in the race though it is no doubt a source of satisfaction to each, to know that he ra...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 19 April 1893

Mclntire's Bulletin, R.'Le srie e to Dat©. We will undertake to tell you 'in this column, from week to week, what is happening 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 t.at 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 SI._2 to Si.8o, at Si.oo. All s:zes, includ ing a nice line of oxford ties. Outing flannels toc yard, in spring shades. Our BoysClothing at Cost, from $2.00 to $s.oo per suit. Sizes from four to thirteen years. Youth's Suits- coat, pants and vest, from 12 to t8 years. Close them out at cost....

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 19 April 1893

Highest of all in Leave.nin; Po: ro r.- Latest U. S. Gov't Report. ABSOLUTELY PURE W HY :..: ;..: 5 +:-_ _, -..rr An. I l tra,.,l inl t, [:, , l. 1 ti |+i,,IL L sltfd titll, ii ci,+", i . ,l . th t chi d li; trll r I I tl tI tori last w i. ii, t: . it ,i, t,. : mini al tn i Ir 'tl:t, ++ c "onne ,. 1 w:itlh 1,ty t'1p t, ti. n" dwrlt' tlu partat tihis "''1 V s t'-,, ,i. " s.he wentt on. *"in a quaint litt.le illage at thl only hotel in the l . Et v Vlery llul1)ng upon ) retiring I heard voi.ces tin an adjoining roomb. My curioslty naturally lprompted tie to listen. The clliiarilithon was. usually of a iconllonpliasi inr, but what really attracted tliy attlentionl was this strange request llighly repeated: "' Now, .1 a illa. lt that infernal beast out of the way and c(over him up.' It was a ima's voice1 , grulff, though, I fan cied, kindly. Thi. l.urliar request was invariably i,,t with ii:oe such response as this: " ")h. Tom. sh!l:ie uipo' you! What I twoul diealr ',othr.: say if 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. — 20 April 1893

TH]E YELLOWSTONE JOURNNAL, VOLUME XI. i'. . ' :, CTYV, MONTAN.A, THUR? L,)S , A! RiL W, I293 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE FsA"T!a N.. W .,- " r. : ,, II... . o . " , Y .-',".;i, " t ', t t" i f .o 12 to i, . tri. F.l'irt .F.i... . - ., N.o 1. Pacityc Mail .1 p. n. 1' No iSt Pary FreL l t.... . . -.:l a. ti. , I.EAVE MILE', ('IrI ultN.; EAu:l. No I Atlantic Mail .. . . .. :7 n. g" No 5 Exl rt'n Fr.itt ....... . I I a. m. No a Way Frt' i.lt..... ... :10 p. t. ta Official Directory. I it STATE. at. rll - o I ',rto.l . . W. 1 ii .lit-.-.tl a (lovtlrc..r ..... .. .. . . J E.E | i kek r~l . t1i l 'i, y hi.i.t- lh,v . .\ "x H itikin. IIli I>'n tir."r..tary u| ,.tat . . J.. li..twilt, ||,,llli •tat.. Trnrsur,,r Fi. \'. W+riht. |[P|.ua tt .ulitr r I . L nat AStt'. I - .n.r .. I .nri 1. tint-k l. I .hian (`I lirf.ltu..ti, \ , \. I' l 'rto . 1 tl, ' ('Ik.( pr.. ,. I.rt E. | . J \\"h'-,A r. It I. ,k t n rý io . . t . llartr.-ohI. tl Ing WI.t.i htllre All. II i lw|tt r, u. l"S. harkvlt J. Fttt...

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. — 20 April 1893

MILEs ('ITY. MIONT.SN.. Tc'rm J S' Sso,, o ,1,pti,. SY1 M.IL,. IN t\L .%('L. 0I.l, ;E P s tUi. y Edition.n o .r :.. n... I, . Edition. on" mouth .4 Olr Carrier. eveory' m s ! at ,', t,. i,."r we. "k. EPEKI. EDITIoS, ELI.LW IP'L' Ll. e ear ........... ...... ... . ....R' S. " nthr . ........ ... ... . ....... . ls o M ootuth . ........ s . I .e Thursday. April "20. 1.t.t. ISAAC'S LITERARY OPPORTUNITY. nust Now He Ir a Prilter's l)evil. but Ief May It ,.'lop .Nome Day. "What's your boy Ike dloin daown t' Boston. Jerolme:" asked the Hilldale post master one stoTLy night. while he and Jerome Sargent waite-l f.,r the coach to arrive. Mr. Sargent had returned from a Visit to BDston the day before. and it was vaguely reported in the village that "'he'd had great doin's daown lblow with Ike." "Isaac." replied Mr. Sargent in a tone ot ill concealed pride. *"is right in th' midst o' things, I ken jest tell ye! r' wife, she's allns held to it that Isaac' htd got t' he some kind of a lit'rarv f...

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. — 20 April 1893

Mclntire's Bulletin, Rtev ýct to Dato. That sale of Stctson's Cow liy Hats created quite an excitement yesterday, and well it might; val ues from $5.oo, to $7.oo at $2.00 your choice, is quite a bargain even at McIntire's, a place notor ious in the past for genuine low prices; balance of lot, about too, go to-day at same price, S2.oo each. The new lFedora lHat;, just re ceived, square and round top. Colors --black, light brown and French grey. Will be eagerly taken by the elite, esthetic gentle men of Miles who desire to keep abreast the eastern fashion in head wear. Caps are the correct thiin this spring, and the M. M. Co. are strictl. in line, and have them all. We, however, recommend the "Commodore." in black, navy and Lohdon fog. The English yacht ing cap is all right, and a uew thing not to be had elsewhere. Prices, 5oc, 7;5c and $1.oo. McINTIRE MERCANTILE -COMPANY. THE DAILY JOU.RNAM/I4 , MIIAN ('ITY, WONTANA. i LOCAL ITEMS. w, th For Budweiser beer call at Professor h., Bach'...

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. — 20 April 1893

Highest of :!1 in L:c i' :.r.-- L:tcst U. S. Gov't Report. ABSOLUELY PURE INl)L \N AS .i Du, THEY HOLD CG'JF.T l:i DISTRICTS OF THE R'S EVATIONS. Somie of tthe I'lell;itris The May Illllnoe for and.l. o .nd Their Fe for Per formiug thie Marrilrg Cerrlnony-Finsll For Vagranucy. Dlring the r,,cent disi-ussions of In dian affairs reference has beenI made to the judicial establishments on the reser vations. The obstacles to carrying on there a full system of courts will be up parent oni reflecting, in the first place, that a large prolportion of the Indians are among the five civilized triles, who have arrangements of their own under the local governments assured to them, and next, that among the remainder there are ilany thousaunds who by tak ing allotments have hI eoione citizens and have passed under the, j:urisdiction of the states and t,,rritorie- where they reside. However. there i. an existing systemil of Indian c-urts , rganized under the regulations of the int rior department, ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 21 April 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 184. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1893 PICT: F:IvE CENTS ru3gurrlfL nLUULRIIwflw i'tr II. l:4,l sl:. Sj..li... f(ur .1.:. wily jr Oflfrr rlz· 11 nlay .11, 1gi I.EAI1 N44.n14 4ITI4 1441?. V7. lT. N., I. Pacific Maoil. .· -··.··.4 n~ I,. m. ?%4. '41 Zi.5 C 1rcght 1... : , ,4. N. 1ir Pay Freightn.....:14a. in. KI.AFi N14.Il a (ITI (444440 £1,444. No4 Atlantic Mal.... 1'7. a. In. No,3 1. Pacific Mail ... .. .... . 9 +r: t. In.. No. i: Exprea Freight ..1....... 4 . 4..4:111 i. Nu 'V' Pay IFl(iglt .............I it I' . Official Directory. STA.TE. MimI..rr fof 144114 41... W. W. Dixotn. Ilelniao (ivernJ. E. Rickards, Hena Lit-al41 ~v %le~x Ikntkiln, Helenai Stite Tr4,4444r.r I. F . . ,Wright. 111,.l44,, i State. Atdi~t,,i 1141r.w" If. ('..1. *11.14444 Att's 4lir'er.! ll .1. 11a.1k4*ll. .11.1H1 44n1. 1'ni1) It: J. .t. St,-,"r,. I*14.44441 ('Lief lu~tv W. V. l'.4:hrn 14.4,~. 11.1.'11a ('IL Sn~rne :er.o II A4+.crint.44 .44ic:.. E N hla:rn4.,,...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 21 April 1893

THE DAILY .IOUINA1I WKILES CITIO, MO.I.tltP . Every Morning I xr.".spt Nnllcl lý) Teari L F~itoph1...",a ... .. .. (?LIII dtl tm lnt iITO (~ITV ·slHý'INI)In.M C ·rrier. every morningl~. tit ..t c'-,lt- IM'r week. WEEK LY EDITION, 0El1.1.~t9 P.\I't1I. hoa ··thl/..... ...... F a A l, . F'riday, Ap~ril ~l, 1Xll. A VICTIM OF SPEAKING TUBES. 9" Fate of a Man of Peste WIho. Is Sits. ated MSidway) on a Vocal Route. There is a man in this town whose work keeps him sitting at his desk ;ill day. He thinks himn...lf fortunately nit lsted, for his employers are considerate is their requirnemnts and liberel in the uIatter of pay, and his work is enjoa ble. The others who work in the same soom are busy men. They seldom speak, bat when they do have something to say it is of a pleasant nature. flis mod st home has been all that heart could wish, so far as comfort and contentment go. All these things are .unrces of gateful satisfaction to him. tor he is a san of middle ago an I is n., lunger con msa...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 21 April 1893

R v'itesrecll to X te. */ That sale of Stetson's Cow loy Hats created quite an excitement yesterday, and well it might; val ues from $5.oo, to S7.oo at $2.oo your choice, is quite a bargain even at Mclntire's, a place notor ious in the past for genuine low prices; balance of lot, about loo, go to-day at same price, $2.oo each. The new Fedora Hlats, just re ceived, square and round top. Colors -black, light brown and French grey. Will be cagerly taken by the elite, esthetic gentle men of Miles who desire to keep abreast the eastern fashion in head wear. Caps are the correct thing this spring, and the M. M. Co. are strictly in, line, and have them all. We, however, recommend the "Commodore," in black, navy and t Lohdon fog. The English yacht ing cap is all right, and a uew thing not to be had elsewhere. Prices, 5oc, 75c and Sr.oo. McINTIRE MERCANTILE COMPANY, i THE DAILY JOURNAL MILEN ('ITT, ~MONTANA. JOURN.AL WVEATHER REPORT. MILEn ('IT. Mont., April .40. l.UI . Temp. Wind i Weather....

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 21 April 1893

Highest of all in Leavening 'Pov r.-La~cst U. S. Gov't Report. B.SE -Balking - Powder ABSOLUTELYa PURE DEATH'S CONQUEST. Isnlo.s ',,. . . r! athrtinebyIlhi And all i '.'etSc::. ir;'s trrsse s:he undid To imake t, y his;i , ! pla'e. Thb. ilt? .:. alrtdv Itasd nme thus unheeding. I ruirnel nme tthen To c~h·. ;t , ler L-si down her l hieldini And al.-tiirt lier again. And. lo: she answired not, and she did sit All fixedly. Wit| ihr fair tae tndl the sweet smile of it In hl.c with LDetht. tnot me. -James Whltcomb Riley The Poetry That Pays. A poet, to have a successful sale for a book of verse. should bear in mind one potent fact-that the poetry for which there is the greatest general demand to day is that which appeals to the heart, rather than to the mind. That is the se cret cf the greater sale of Longfellow's books over those of Walt Whitman; that is why Whittier out-ells Browning, why a thousand copies of Dr. Hulines' poetical works are s:ldl tolon of Swmitmtrne; why Will Carletn o...

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