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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 27 April 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 19o. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, Al RIL 27, 1893 PRICE FIVE CEINT POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MA\IL ('LOnE. Eai tce'n , reral, nd Ileal ... ... .-in t I,. in. Lantrrn. for p ointt irlot of .Iamn i ton...,' iNi,- l. W nterrlo, rgenral and hl l... ... .. p. oSpeartlle, Mndaya, W Tiurlrmaye andl F rid ................. ........... i4 ) p. in. Tolngu River, MonIllan. W(ITIN liRi.y and Fricday .. ....................... N: ,,. mi1. JSadie, latuilr.a) . . ..................... ... . in. NOe opecns i T.. . ..a........ . Office clic ...... ............... .. iO. p. in. Money order .rs t .... .... i ...... I pl. In. Rengistry clrI...l .................. ..... p. nl. Stndaye-Offerce ope tfro 1 it. I p. nt. lI HAS. t lFiYUE. P. . n WNorthern Pacific Tit Table. I.EAVE MII.E (CITY ( iliNO WEST. No . Pciti Mail ........ . .. ......,: l pl . in. No S l xir.i." Fl'reiglt . ............. . I . No, l' a), t Freight.l . ... . il t:I . t. 1.E tt'E 1?I.EK ('1T 11 0...

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. — 27 April 1893

'IIE DAILY .J ' RNA L MILE CITY. rr0Si yN X. By '. -- earr ,. .. hiti , 1f r tf , , 'ilt iii li-v . call' t1' oiili, t . , for it lak . I ,m ;+is , tur, ( . or.: tnoh n, , ' knuii fSal, i mCaui. . " stee l.' te t: hoUt,.i- Uhf tur i ' 1 i iii 'fil 'dar.k ;'..d ateha' . "-, ", .. .. , p.hnt ,1 uti hni th. ('ii;t =,". (lali i:t tr turtn t hhe iun .v ti t h(i.watr r i' ii.wlar ment fit c lntlitiol ithait the t_,-',+rnnl cf,+ mount it ofn a snitaif, f',rltiti,.atifl il Chicagol hirbior. If coinrri'.s rf.flfutis to authorize this. the next hets.t plain wotuld be to stand the gun on eend in Jaeksifn Park as a monument to Herr Krull. Minneaiilis Tribune. The Hlii and "~wi:eeotat ui:" o" the Cobra. It is a re mar:': lE: 'uiiarity of miet poisonousr.,:t".e. I:.:t di" seem to hw-ut a great rl:.ctance of ,putting their dead ly powers into ipration. L efore inflict ing the fatal biie the rattleenake always gives his note of warning, and the sat. amy he said of the cobra di capello, the ~ost dea...

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. — 27 April 1893

II ii , McINTIRE MERCANTILE COMPANY, THE DAILY .JOUINAL, MILIE ('ITY, %tONTAN.tS. JO1tNAI. ItESTISIIt- IIE)PORT. Iet r. T.mp. W tl W -ither. 26tlh bS:1.,l 5 ...... l. V)W Cloul' dy 27th ý a:v) 0 . . c','an,. Cl lndy DAII.V I.L MAL MEAN,. Maximuml t.mp.erature, it. Minimum temlperiature, 27. Mean templeratur5 In. Precipitation in lart "2l hourn. 0.0C HI. R. BOYNTON. Oblerver. WEATHER FORECAST. WAsItrsiTON. .April 2i To observer, Miles 'ity, Montana; Montana :-Fair, warmer. HARRINGTON. Chief of Weather Bureau. NorsT-The above forecast is for I hours from I a. m., its date. LOCAL ITEMS. 8. A. Hotchkiss is in the city. Go to Brady's for photographs. L. H. Parker has returned from a short trip up the road. Lemp's celebrated lager beer at Bul lard's. * P. G. Raymond of St. Louis was ob served on the streets today. For Budweiser beer call at Professor bach'1. * Jack Kennedy harnessed up his little amules ta morning and pulled out for home. Dr. Adams makes a specialty of pain less dental wo...

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. — 27 April 1893

Highest of all in Leavening rPwer.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Baking Ik Powder ABSOWUTELY PURE WHEN SETSINOA HELD THE ROSP. WVhei litaundta held the rue And the ringc delked th;lglo's finger Thackera). 'twas sport to linger With thy wise. gay hearted proa. Books were merry, goxldnems knows When ietninda held the ruse. Who but tuegoy drudglinge doze While Hli cit ilpln toasts thy witches. While the ghost waylays thy breerhes. Ingoldsby? Mtuch talesase those Exoe.rcedr our plevish woes When Heltnlrlds held the rose. Realita.. tiou Spectouls poseI Haply it In guntI we met thee: hut. ptassed by. we'll scarce regret thee. For we love the light that glows Where Queen Fantcy' page,tit goes And Hetuinda holds the rose. Shall we d'are ltt? Then Iet'n clore DoIor- t iirrl cti in thi -' rtati.tlc. Seek tlih hi'arth In a irrf u i.iii tic. Till the oti ri - Ired ire. liiht s.lo v W'hcrel'r o1 ,- - .!!lin. fount.1U1 ti.'r" Anld step l 1..l N.l,- t .e ro-, Dilcken.' Debt I'riaOul. How little'--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. — 28 April 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 191. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS (ILOSE. ENt444rn 44 4 Kr~nrr 3.wn3 4,444t01p.n Easte.rn. for 34441444 'nIt of Jlan ntn.....'x 4444 p4. Wen.4,r , .pnt11r44 and 31Men3 .. ?M4i. Ip. We ..trrnfu.r 33,34nutl....4.44l..4.. 91t.tn 14g..arti.3i, M,....ay'n. We..3n..nl'ysanmd Fridays ........ . ..a 01P im. Tongu.' River.. Mn 44.44. WediI.. ..da Ml anl Frid3.ys ... ...... ... hl . m. Sedire. laoleturda....... .....1 III p. ni. 03reA .qwnM.. ........... . \ n 1ll Il O iifre CI(t~l..... .. .........' 744 p ll(. t Mon..y order i4434.444..t.. ........4 (a . 44n. Rewistry clones...... 74.... 4g.. to. sundaya-00ff',i'4'le f1i..., 12 3., I p. in. (4I At. I'. '4E/DE.P.M. Northern Pacific Time Table. L44AVE MILLS.4 4'IT44 w.4 ~44 I:,4r. N,. 1. Pacific Mail3.... 444 p.... . 11. in. Nu . En pr "r. Frn14434 . .... 1 441,4 t Ni, ity reig t .. . . ... ... .. 3444 . of. LI.AVE M444L-4 444 IT4.4441 t. No. ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 28 April 1893

'!WE DAILY .TI 1 RNAI.. Pm.'m r, S. . iss },I~ r.:-, i' .. I1 carrr ,.. ". i On I-, ~t ll' ý . Ptity t pii- t'.,. lit . p, . !i ( ,. _ t . - 1 eat jitititi'' ;is i- tt ing tz-~ ,< ,u .,," I.:. . J _ ir I:u it . j'-. a r. :,1i;.r that t t, " went t,.. _ 8' . , ," }. abtout i. ItSii ln eru of i..,;. r, ':. .. befc~rT hkIt i . . It ,W the cat-~rIt ,r.n their do ao. r101 thisi matear dititin (4Yr't-t . fluchi , - " " Saitti..8 ilterim, if i tpi .j : . . , " r'''i , iii-- ,r ý it r":". distributedi. Int ",.:I!"m~ ' , work of tbo on " t. principalt in t!w of that Lai lessanu prtittess - neith ki.' beating oil stras. t trar t i t years ago wine thretn I r their nevus tomred ind.,n itt. )- Ii in thi- ia:2c. - found the opportioity to ripert t! harangues uitiistubo Iirk th- tiiictoii *.plepartingf tootfalls. ar. cI imbldened bIn this uniakdI for ,rid r tii I n I itt.edi. coursed by tie hioir. Thuan far the en i gress has resoiute , -l hap farei to the W ilrs Fair. it) faor ~t the Nicariat...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 28 April 1893

McIntire's Bulletin, "LOvisoc c to ýDate, ThI l t - ' V cti vc i I' ~ r :t!, m 1111 Wtcrtr. 11, E i L lir b !: 4it: : mt n .. n . G .r .. a McINTIRE MERCANTILE COMPANY, 10 THE DºAILY .JOURNAL MILE CITV. MINTAN.% JOiiN AL. WEATHE REl IEP4IIT. titer. Tent. Wind Weather. ti. Itll TI DAItI L'( AL Mi1tL. Jur MIaxZItnin tnmprtiratre. 42.u Minimum temperature, 26. 10. Mean te(lknratury.:0. a Precipitation in tact 44 hour., 0.1t) Ph H. R. BOYtTO. di Obterver. - nfn WEATHER FORECAST. re WAsmaNtoo, April 27. th To observer. Miles city, Montana: Montana :-Lora train orsnow eastern portion during the nighitfair #Aturday HARRINOTON. fo Chief of Weather Burean. No'.s:-The above forecast is for at hourn r from 6 a. un., its date. B Bi LOCAL ITEMS. E - E Go to Brady's for photographs. * J. P. Lufts, of Cheyenne, came in on K No. 1 last night. Lemp'a celebrated lager beer at Bul lard's. * G. F. Ingorsall came from the Bow and Arrow ranch. L. Smith, of Rosebud, came down on, No. 4 this morning. Edwar...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 28 April 1893

I ghsct of hal i. n o er.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Bakin Powder ABSOWTELY PURE JIM DIDN'T WURiY. Nobody never quite madte not Jim. 'Peared Ulke they ailers iiet thought him queer And kinder cranky and laughed at hitm. When Jim would tell 'em he didn't keer. "Don't make no dif'er'nie," I've heard hit nay'. An most folks cailed hin, a jolly brick "It's a tough ol' world, an 'II have its way; 'Tain't worryin me -I've got no kick." But ! knowed hetter. He's come to me Many's the tin' heart.iiek an Mre 'moe tired of the miilc outfit." wez he, "They ain't no use ever tryin no more." At. then in a trimd he'd i-ark up smart. An sorter sneer at the rdals he'd git "1 hat? That's ntthin: 'y bilers your heart. I ain't a strryin a litl bit." Jun 'tan onucity. no tie to talk; bilk'. a l, r. ! -n' irie' at the way he done, but I knowt i' iie uv'.l to itt!k .\n ;;i\,"n1 ".:; it 1:", :e ,t b at ,. II; lhawk I; iI b, t I,.. h e .n cir,"um (mwer But ~till l i :- b Itid no chance. iut I Inth bit. 80....

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 29 April 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 192. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1893 PRICE FIVE CEOTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS ('LOSE. ~aternt, eneral and loca&l ........ $ 41 p. m. Eastern, for points east of Jam..aton...S 4$)tp. tn. Wextern,genoral atot local ........01 j.0 .1. Western, for Helena only . . 11,. in. Mondasa, Wedtnesdaya and Tongue River, Monday,. We. esdEy,+n and Flriday il.... .... . . . in. S leSaturdays " . ri.""....:: . "....1 ". i. OfOcecCliew ...7:ip. t. I~ ny order clones ............(11 p. to. F try clonsP ......... 7411)1. iln. ays-Ollie open trout 1 to .in .o 'HAS. W. S50mb P. M. Northern Pacific Time Table. LEAVE MtLES ('ITY O ING~ WENT. No I. Pacific Mail .. ... 112 . mt. No M Exprens Freight .......... ..1 :11 i. i. No ti) Pay Freight ... .. . .. .. .., l u, in. LEAVE MILE.0 t'ITS GOING& ASOT. to 4 Atlantic Mail.. .... t i. No . ExReressn Freigtt t .. au.1n Nhl: t . . .. .. ... Hawkc. M I I. tn Official Directory. MunIt'r of At',to r...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 29 April 1893

$lEE DAILY JOURNAL. KILES CITY, MONTANA,. Every Evening Exeept undaay. Terms of Subscription. 51 MAIL, IN ADVANCE, POSTAGE PAID. Edition, onte y'e ar..... ...$tii.ii Eddditiona Biznx IflhlI. .. .i.i . i.-A Edition, onte inintb .......... 1.00 TO CITY 1 BUicEIBEIIS. esarrier, every evening. at'2i cents per week. ' WEELY EDITION, YELLOW" PAPER. Year ................ ......... . ia.i0 M onths .................. . ... . . M onths ........ ...... .. . . 1.01 Saturday, April ':º. 130.13 - BUILDING AisOCIATIONa. The announcement which appears in this issue. of the intention of the Custer county Building association to issue ii new series of shock next month, will no doubt be received with satisfaction by the general public. It is now seven years since the old Miles City building association was started here. It began its business under most favorable aus pices, having nearly 800 shares of stock subscribed for, and a brisk competition for loans during the first year of its existence, but it...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 29 April 1893

Mcintire's Bulletin, That sale of Stetson's Cow Bo0 Hats created quite an excitement yesterday, and well it might; val ues from $5.00, to S7.oo at S2.00 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, $2.oo each. The new Fedora I lats, 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 I abreast the eastern fashion in head wear. S f Caps are the correct thing this spring, and the M. M. Co. arc strictly in line, and have them all. We. however, recommend the r "Commodo re," in black, navy and Lohdon fog. The English yacht ing cap is all right. mndx a raw thing not ti he had els ewhere.< Prices, 5(c, - c and r .lo. McINTIRE MERCANTILE COMPANY. THE DAILY .JOURNAl MILENa CITY, MONTANA. LOCAL ITEMS. Go to Brady's for photographs. * Rowland F Law came up from th. E2...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 29 April 1893

Highest of all in Lcavening Power -Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Baking R~i Powder mAsoUrELY PURE NYE IN SANTA CLAUS. MID SAYS .,t IS UNFITTED FOR THE LIFE OF A MONK. The Lady Who Was Anxious to See a Dog, WhIch Recalls an inciaent in WIllIam's ParIs Career-Eating a Tamale-IHow Walton Was Saved. [Copyright, 1803. by Edgar W. Nye.] SANrA CLAtas, Cal., April. The old missions of California are a great treat. I have visited a number of them. At first I thought they were built and operated for the entertainment of excursionist:., but I now hind that they are genuine and do much good. ACCOMPAXIED BY SI:VlR:IIL AT" I ACTI :1 The mission at Sta Darhiar t is an elderly building of tilane size. an' int-ile of the monastery through the iron 1hrr I windowa moanks may' he obhersa -ii gaged in "'-unking," as MIr. litrualie might any. Inside the chapel a middle age.' ounk was dusting the nave with a feather duster and polishing the hard bench, as to make it more difficult to sit on them. By and by p...

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 May 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL1 VOLUME XI. NO. 193. MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, MAY 1, 1893 PRICE FIVE CEUM POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS ('LONE. Eastern, general aid hal . Y (WI p. In. Eaatet,r. for lalinta east of Jalmneat,....M lit 3,. nt,. Western, ene~ral an lc al .. .. al P. n. Weatera. for Helena o .ly .. (tl p. rn. S LEearfia, Monlays, We etslny lanai FriAlays ....l.... .. tl . tn. Tongneo River, )fondiays, Wewlo,.alays and 4rjixays r... ....i.. ) p. In. Saile, Warriay .Stra ...14( p. n. Office opens ..t.. ta.m. OM c l osces ......... ........ #1111p. In. Money order closes . ... .... ...... p. it~n. Rgisitry clo . .e, . 4,41 t . mn. Lundays-Offlic open from lZ to I p. in. I'AN tW. 'A tDnE P. M. Neither. Pacific Time Table. LEAVE ILES (ITY .(ING WEST. ND 3. Pacific Mail....... !r p. in. No i Extrea Freight .. . II 1 llt. to. oi Pay Fre. i tit.. . ..........i... a. . LEAYE MLLTn Ilty t:E.M1 NR .i tlattic at ..a . t ... i.......x . itn. Noisi Vin:y' yr,.ialt ... ±.. l1t liii, Offici...

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 May 1893

WE DAILY JOURNAL. MILES CITY. MO!TA!2A. Every Evenhiu Except Sunday. Ter,,nu of Sutcmeription. SEMAIL, IN ADANC. PSOST OLE PAID. Ab l E diti on. one year .... .. . p .... M itionFix methes .. . . i N TO CITY -I US.CRIBiERS. *.srrier. every eveiirn.ia :t cent, - 'r wickL. WEEKLY EDITION. YELLOW P IPER. W ont is .O ..... . .. . . . . . . . . . .t.i Monday. May 1. 1S93. A VISITOR'% VIEW. From the last issue of the Livingston P1oist. wIe (!irh the filUowittn interesting article t I.1 Milesii se n by tihe writer e t'r_, A'--!-- ,uring the recent St rr't- i. Ie j tntion. Mr. Alderson; in the : ar ailrtini days a resident of Miles . and has it mIulthb better idea of its eurrounrirg p ossibili ties and oplportunitis thian the average visitors. and this is what he say-: **MILrs Crr'..1pril2. .After a week's sojourn in Miles City. I avail myself of the privilege of setting before the read. ers of the Post any itipressi [ns on this picturesque town at the cr'ntituence of the Tongue and Yellows...

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 May 1893

Mcintire's Bulletin, .evrisedL tc Date I That sale of Stetson's Cow 11o0 Hats created quite an excitement yesterday. and well it might; val ues from S3.oo, to S.0oo at S2.0o 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 ico, go to-day at same price. S2.oo each. The new Fedora I lats, 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 thing this spring, and the M. M. Co. are strictly in lint, and have them all. We, however, recommend the ''Commio dore. in black, navy and Lohdon fog. The English yacht ing cap is ail riý'ht, adm a utw thing .. t t", be tadi Prices, toc.7;c and (t.co. McINTIRE MERCANTILE COMPANY. r .iOUiltNA E. 1 T iTHfi t Ri P)11T. Hai rt""r. I top. Wýindi W.atlw-r. t IMILY OK '.1 MEA~.ta MaximumttmI-rartur. . II...

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 May 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. E P" - Powder CREDULITY OF MAN. TWO GOOD STORIES ILLUSTRATING A BROKER'S THEORY. 60m. useM Will senev.e Atmss Aysia.s Wniheet Lalegesl tave ttssues It sew. b.d, Thew Happen io Knew Appears to .e aoarnnst. They wandered from subject to sub. ject in a listless way over their cofee end cigars, as men often do when they have enjoyed a good dinner, until the broker got on his favorite hobby-the average man's credulity. His companion. a lawyer, disagreed with him, and that it once started them on a lively argu owent. After a few minutes of general discussion the broker said: '-Well. I'll girt you ou instance. It is s pretty go- I ctovy cuyhow. and per fectly true. almost hicn dibleas it seems. In the town where I % as burn there lives tn old river captain t .med Stewart. who is a great practical ker. The proprie ,r of one of the tw hotels in the place is a rather pomp is and conceited old tian. Stewart wni. ied into the offce o...

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 May 1893

TILE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 194. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, 1MAY 2, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS E'LOSE. aatern general and loca.l km.. :. m. atern. for porinte east of Jnndaeto...I tt p. us. rmrrn era) anld loal .... .........KIMI p. m. 1 Q;;;tern. or Heena ony ............. ..il) it m. Steartinh. Mlondalant. dnesdlays&t andf m Tongue River, M,,ndayn, V.edueiwnlayi alt and Fridays.... .. . .. . . Sadie, Saturdays ......3............ .... .. Ofice ,,pens. .........a. ...... Office closes .... ....... .. ..... .. p. m. flleiort dvcr .... ......... ......4 il Ip . ' ý$re.Rintry cl .c' ........... ....·-.......7)' t'. in. SundIayn-Offlic open frou 12 to 1 p. m. C HAM. W. MttI E. P. M. Northern Pacific Time Table. LE 4'E MIiLES CITiY OltI t EST. No. . Pacific Mail ..... ..... i.... .. r p. In. Ni' f,., I":xpretc F m gh ...... ... 1 :1a it 11. m N .. Pay Freight.. ....... . :l3 a. 9 t. IrF %t MILES 9(5I9 93 oSt. F SeT. Not Atlantic N9atl... .. ;...

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 May 1893

THE DAILY JOURNAL, MILES CITY. UMOTANA. Every Evening Except uundty. Terms of S)ubscription. BI IAIL, IN ADVANXtEI. OSTAIE PAID. Edition. on year .....................$1o.0. Edition six n th ................ Edition. ore month ................ 1.0 TO CITY KUWWI'ERSBl. U4~riSer, ever eve ning. it 1, cent IsPr we-ek, tWzaILa ESD ITIO, 1ELLOW PAPER. Stsar .................................... t:.: MI on_ . .ths ... ................ ....... l.l1 - Tuesday, May :2. 1S.. :.. B'RLEIGH OF .ANIKTON. Dakota papers never tire of rehears Ing stories of the old D)r. Burleigh. who is one of the early settler at Yankton. delegate in congress from the territory of Dakota. U. S. Indian agent. Mis sonri river steamboat man and active citizen generally, left a trail in Dakota much wider and deeper than he did here. though even in the Yellowstone valley he will be remembered long after many of his contemporaries are for gotten. It has come to be the habit of the Dakota historians to spice up the reminic...

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 May 1893

Mclntire's Bulletin, toevrse. to Daote. That sale of Stetson's Cow BHo Hats created quite an excitement yesterday, and well it might: \al ues from 35.oo, to S7.oo at $2.oo your choice, is quite a bargrain even at McIntire's, a place notor ious in the past for genuine low prices; balance of lot, about roo, go to-day at same price, S2.oo each. The new Fedora lats, just re- r ceived, square and round top. Colors-black, light brown and French grey. W\ill be eagerly t taken by the elite, esthetic gentle men of Miles who desire to kee, abreast the eastern fashion in head- i wear. F Caps are the correct thing this spring, and the M. M. Co. arc ' strictly in line, and have. them all. \We. however, recommeln the "Commodore," in black. navy and I, I.Ahdon fog. The Engilish yacht ing cap is all right, and a new ,. thing nlt t, be had elkcw here. t Pricest , 0oc, 7c an tl $1.00. McINTIRE MERCANTILE IlI COMPANY, /rt S/IOU'Rf AL. WI:ATIIERIt REPOIT. ...tl.r. Teml h. Win Weatlher. DAILT Lo('AL MEA...

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 May 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. k Powder ABSOUWTELY PURE TRACKA VALKIX A RAILROAD OCCUPATION THAT MUST GROW TO BE TEDIOUS. Mow the BIl Transportation Compnles_ Keep Their Roadbeds in Repair-ooLeek lag for Leoose Nta and Protrudlg SplLke Along the Line. The terrible accident that happened to Peter Daugherty. the *trackwalker." gave to imany readers a new word in the vocabulary of "trades and occupations.' That there was such an occupation as trackwalking under the big cover of the starry dolime not one man in a thousand ever Iunagiied.. 'A trackwalker a: trackwaltker?" ex clallnel rone iclT izeii wi it asked the defi nlition of ti:h trmll. 'W y, yes; of course. A tra'kwa.ler is i at l1ow who wal:s the trac'ks . .hi -t us e-:.sy! Now" ask le tw. llnethllin re- , halr't. It prn'e-ss fr a ".r .sexph1llation of the long wrd' wa:iing the citi zen proceeds to it f:crtiaius. 'Oh. wratcher tr'lng to r:ti ii on nlee lOW? A tr,'k- alki r 1~ - It rackwatlker. When ...

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