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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 3 May 1893

TILE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 195. MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS ('LOSE. ten., fenerai and .. ral .. . x p1.. rpoint' rant of Ja .tin... * " p Wentiern, oHeena fonlm .ni l .is .. p W 1it. m. Slpearti-h. lMondasA. WK eisDewlati and Vridayw.. ... ...... ......... 1p. in. Tongue River, MUssnayn, W esineeslayn0 and Fridays.. x44)p. m. T o ,i e S a t n ed a Y l. . . . . . . . . " " . 1 4 4 ) 9 p . in . Duney order eklsarn ...... . 4 ... O pT. in. Rng try clones' ........ ...... AIP. mn. adas --Olfc5 open fron It 1to I P. m.e 'HAR. W. Ss'to, P. M Tu Northern Pacific Time Table. LEAVE MILES CITi 0(114( 1 aST. No 1. Paifrict Mail ..*............ r p. in. No 55 Expsressn Frsight .. .. . . 1:1i0 iti. n. No 5.5 Pasy Friuhti.st ....... :10 a. In. I.E t.IE AiLA CITY sOIU IL~n. C l No4 Atni tdii I .... .... ...:1 a. mn. a No 51 ixx.srs' "n Fre'igh t f.i t; s. No :01 Way Frtigh..t . 1'i i p. In. ta is. witis Official Directory...

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. — 3 May 1893

TAHE DAILY JTOLIN AL. MILES CITt', WONT% NA. Every- E"ventlaing tweit % undaty. Te'r''s of Silha'eriptiomi. 31 MIlL.11 inLINE. " I T:Ir P L rD. lipearrittr . k si m r u ser .; , EUito..,1 ..... II :. KI Dti ,1v 1-'01.;.I onpuI Year .. . ..r;" Wedlnesday. Ma ;, S 1s803. THE ' PIN I N (11' TIE t.IlIt. It would have been a verb stoical American amuoni th,' l st 1 0n 1:1urs,' that graced the ,Il II' eremon ies of the V' hs1's Fair on M1miin.y. whose heart did not thrill with patriotic emo tion at thy . npremle It event whon the -president of this i reat republi.'. lhy the iightest pressure of his Iimer. gave life and motion to th1 w inuture workldaround 11ir0. Even the brief and hurried de scriptions of the sepo' that cimeI to us over the wires. send the readers blood through his veiis in millre rapid pjllsl tions. whib' his throat swells and his eyes are momentarily 111ilnied. lt the thought of the sop e'lative greatness of that contary his eountai, our country Comes toIne to him. on s...

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. — 3 May 1893

Mcintire's Bulletin, REevisectc to XDatoj. That sale of Sit. o1 ( ('l flats created quite an exjitemciint yesterday. and well it might: al t e s fro m S :.0o , to S7 .0 0 a ; S ,2 - your choice. is quite a bargain even at Mlclntire'-. a p!ace notor ious in the past for genuine 1nin prices; balance of lot. about 0oo. go to-day at same price. S.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- t men of Mile- who desire to keep abreast the eastern fashion in head wear. I' Caps are the correct thing thi, spring, and the M. M1. Co. are strictly in line and hive them all. W. howlo c'r, reCrnnicnd the "('mnni )CI icT, i 'l tek, navy aIn! I.tlhr~tan t, i~T. 1 i, ';h \; ht - 44111 1)", ti a I 4 1. tn It i ' McINTIRE MERCANTILE COMPANY[ .lote toiu W. %Till:It lam 'reP T. etf. Trop. W i Rl . .ItlONr. 'sni PLý * p . t E Part 1"flud> :3 rel ý a _9 1 1, F: " I'.rt ttlowty 1D1LTm...

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. — 3 May 1893

Highest of all in Leatening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Rýi Powder A LITERAL MINDED MAN. An tatmeted Spectator Who Teek a P.. Utheal 5mtery l Seed Vatth. The mast curious person in the audi. sace of a story teller is the literal minded main. When General Dix ran for gov ernor there was great discussion as to his age. It was one of the controversies of the canvass. His opponents claimed that he was too old to fulfill the functions of the oftee. Singularly enough, the biographical dictionaries differed about ten years. I was making a speech at Watertown to a very big audience. I was running at that time as a liberal Republican for lieutenant governor upon the same tic' et with Francis Kernan. It was an iniumense outdoor lndtence. In front of me et w~d a man who watched me during the three hiurs of that speech for the pi ur- of catching 1ne on some, material l 'wit. I finally took up the linettion of Gen. oral Di.jnslo,. thce the ..a. of the v.. ri as h~i, raphLical di,"t.- ari,"...

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

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 196. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS C'LOBE. astcrn,. ,enrl and lokmcal .............. p. inm. pelarfli, Monday', Wednesdays and Frida ............................ ...;. 1K 0 p. in. TomlnenRiver, Mondays, Wednesdays and Frld lay .... ....................... p. m. Sadie, Saturdays .........................14 ) p. m. S pens .... ....................... lsa. mn. closes .... ...... ............... 7 p. m. oaey order lo se ............. .........4 IA p. in. istry" clomse ........................ . i . nm. Sunday -O open from 12 to 1 p. m. ('HAR. W. SE.DE. P. M. Northern Paeiflo Time Table. LEAVE MILES CITY GOINo WEST. No I. Pacitlf Mail ...... ................. 2 p. m. No :d, Expr. Freiglt ............... :l a. in. No :'' Pay Frtirht ..... ...........1... l i: . ai. LEAVE MILES ('ILT (;oINl. E.AYT. No 4 Atlantic Mail . ............ ...!.:27 i. m. No 54 Expr..... FrighEt ...............Ei, d ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 4 May 1893

'MHE DAILY J(OPRN AL. MILES CITY, MONT..s.%. Every Eselnng Et.xept ~nndlay. Terms of S.,bs.rilioi. 31 MAlL, IN AD% I%\ E. r IiT lo.t. a ID. .ealditri anu.re, var .. i ... $|11/ B Elid ilitillint, iX oniLe ) trh lhtio n, u,.." ns.,ith I.. i TIt UIT rl est ILs:< .ll) :l: Mlre rier, Prv.er) eV,'nllilnl. at " rPntl. -.r wFr.k. W lKKI,¥ E:)ITI.,'i, 11I..I, . Pi'I'et. Years ...... .............. ..... . tr , Itouttih ........ ..... ....... I.!" Thursday. May 1I. lI'9. Tit I; TICKl ;T. Thei limitiIl timte I.litween hlit. iho..ur of our goingi ti press land the ;iljouiirnluiline (ci the il n Itiniii It.L. ii ic.iln tioi this after nmoi l, pre.liids the l;,s.iilhity of an ex tended nt hite of lhie work of th.' eoniciu tiue at this tin ie. From theit tnitiit What ire aihlei in tihe nlmuinilatioins it it earf tIo s. that thlle tiikil Inuriai'iI will carry at thei j Iolls nexit Mlilty lanl lat the prirs,,nt writilng it .'imllls ei.tremellty dtloubtfuli thatl it will hire\ any opi.isi tion. 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. — 4 May 1893

Mclntire's Bulletin, Etel.ieodL to Date. That sale of Stetson's Cow,\ loy Hats created quite an excitement yesterday, and well it might: val uces from S5.0oo, to S7.oo at S2.0o your choice, is quite a bargain even at Mclntirc's, a place notor ious in the past for genuine low prices; balance of lot, about 0oo, go to-day at same price. S2.00oo each. The new Fedora I lats, just re ceived, square and round top. Colors--black, light brown and French grey. W\ill 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 line, and have them all. 'We. however, recommend the "Comm odore." in black, navy and Lohdon fog. The English yacht- t ing cap i- all right. and a u..v thing n' t to bie had( elsct here. Prices. oc. 7:c and SI.oo. McINTIRE MERCANTILE COMPANY, THE IPAILI .JOUN \AL MILE% ('ITY, MONTA.NA. LOCAL ITEMS. Lemp's celebrated lager beer at Bul lard'...

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

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE \ CREDULITY OF MAN. TWO GOOD STORIES ILLUSTRATING A BROKER'8 THEORY. Seme IMe Will Bellev Almost Anythlas Wither . Lei gal Iveettsptso Ift some bedey They Happen to Know Appears to so In Iraest. They wandered from subject to sub lect in a listless way over their coffee and 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. - lawyer. disagreed with him. and that at once started them on a lively argu Went After ai few ninuntes of general discussion the' 1l'er said "WVell. 'iii cive yu an Instance. It is a pre.tty good story enyhow. and pr tectly true. alin t i nrc ibel as it set.lli in the t.,wn whre I v-:. burn ihere li's an old river ca:lt.in .::.i, d Stewart. -Lo isal great practical j :or. The pl)rlprie 1tr of ,,one f the two ::,,totls ni the plate i- a rather pl.lml. - and (coi:ceited old mlan. Stiwa...

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. — 5 May 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. x97 MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1893 PRICE FIVE CEN POSTOFFICEREGULATIONS. MAILS ('LOfE. ýatotn gI'I4 and 1j,.41 . ............llO4p. m. Wesrtern. for V ,ina.ir 8111 , .iIn.n" 1141 4.. tn. Wrrtrrn. ggrariel surft IlrcJI ... ..........iii p. nt.. Wertrru, (or. Hrlcna only s....... ..........4M1,. In. 13p ertflsh. )IlnIduys, WIldn·ayrian III,. Friday) .. ... .. ........."40 p. m. and Pcid da'r ....... ....·.. ......... .. .0 ,. m. Sadie. at la ......... ............ 1M Ip. m 04* o 1 s.... ($4 a. mn. 4110)ws . ........... .............. i :IM) p. m. lnney fo nce.~ c l o................... 'I ;(, .: nI. Keisryr cillall . . .... .. . ..A i'41 .t. Sundays-Odeo nIope. 1,111 I2 t' Ip. Iu.. ('HlA. WV. Sigi , '. M. Northern Pacific Time Table. I.E.1E 144M.EI ('ITV OlING \It IkT. No 1. Pacific Mail .. .... ... ........ ...1, 1 . nt. N's sr, Ex l,rrr b Frr~iu~t . .... ...1:ir . tn. N.o;. Pa y I * I. Fr ... ... ..............9U a. I.E\\E MII E4ITY ...

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 May 1893

- HE DAILY .JOURNAL. MILEM CITY. MOTANIA. Ever, Evcelig EceCpt Mhamar.5 TermsA uf SnheHixrqutbon. 31 MAIL, IX ADVACI\l. T)sT W( F PAID. VlA iFwcll, ...mr year .. .. .. .. 4111.'# lld- klitllm.. rx nnnlrtl is . .... lL)r lidition, ot~·n lhl,) TO CITY P['Hx(l"IIIERt. Mrrrter. every evninlu. at 2 cent. I . r wrl·1k. W KKLY EDIT IOLIM,) PAlER. L Yar ............... .. ..... .. . Rtrn kou th............. Ir1 I1I(INY.... M........... .... L.ýI F~ridaty. May : r. Iii93. TEe Millnealslis Tribune facetiously aemarks that spring is ionly ten mIloneths away. A new poet has arisen. W. .. ('rotfet a newspaper corres.tsnent of si)lle notet" conmtributedei to thea ope'anin'g 'reeti ,lies of the World's Fair. an ide' that itn origin ality of idea. grace of rshtmn. and ele gance of diction has rarely been stur paseed in these late'r days. It was dei livered by Miss Jessie C, uthoi and is said to have bten a distinct feature' of that notable occasion. JtlxaitN; fron the reports which reach us from 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. — 5 May 1893

McIntire's Bulletin, Retvrimed. to Dat.. That sale of Stetson's Cow Iloy Hats created quite an excitement yesterday, and well it might: val ues from S5.oo, to 57.oo at S2.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 Ioo, go to-day at same price, S2.oo each. The new Fedora Ilats, just re ceived, square and round top. Colors--black, light brown and i French grey. W\ill be cagerly ! taken by the elite, esthetic gentle- ' men of Miles who desire to kee, t abreast the eastern fashion in head wear. Caps are the correct thing this , spring, and the M. M. Co. are ,( strictly in line. and havc them all. ' We. however, recommend the or "Commodore." in black. nav andl Lohdon fg. The English yacht ing cap is all right. , nd a ul . thing not to be hal, e .l\ewher. r Prices, Soc. 7;c and Si.co. it McINTIRE MERCANTILE 'i COMPANY. " Ki Coll Harann eter. Temp.' Wind eatler. 4t1 , p :'- ,'...! . 1i!E 1l Part (Thoi...

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 May 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.--Latest U. S. Gov't Report. ii Powder A ME pvPU AT SEA IN A SAILBOAT ' BATTLING cOR TWENTY-EIGHT DAYS WITH ADVERSE WINDS. aift ot a Ship's Crew Undergo a Terrible Experience After Being nWreeked In the Peelae Oea--A Brave Woman Was One of the enterers. Captain Peterson of the bark Lady Lampoon. his wife and five seamen ar rivetd in Honolulu in an emaciated con dition. They carn in an olin boat only 14 feet long nd replrt.red that they had been 28 days t ,ssing iabout on the Pacific. While tlhe occlpants of the frail craft were not entirely with.llt pr y.-i:'-idur ing their long hattle wit .. the el,'ients, the effects of -swrit ioui :niii- i;,n 1"k of sleep and di ' : . ,r wei.r . .1,a ly a. pare. ,l. (lrts. P*trsounv.-h, w, v v vi i : thi:i 1 , l a c k - . yu . w ' tt - v, , r ' . w r,.i ' :" t ., a s , - ow, ... 1 h,,r r f 1.; . f " c .nI u pletr'y as sh.. w as l o1 +' > t the h ta and ta!.kn i,.to ti,. ' H . ast' . The nlli w' 'r," n1 . 'ii 1...

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 May 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 198. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENlT POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS ('LOSE. stern, gnral and local............. 0 p. .m. etern,. for ix:ints east of Jantetrm... S (5 p. in. S eetterlln cneral arl lcal .... ......... ) p. In. Western, for Helena ronly .............. w.0) p. in. Spearflsh, Mondays, Wednedlays and Fridays.................... .......... p. m. Tonsue rter, simaif, WTelnTab and Fridays ...... ....... ........... :4 p. m. Sedis, latUrdlays .........................1 l p. m. o n n....................... ..... H. . m. O ecLs es ................. ........ 7 .. ff oney older koees ............ .4 4ttt p. i stry clope .......................... 7 p. in. LSundaysi-Ofce open tfro 11 to I p. m. ('AS.. W. S((m , P. M. Northern Pacific Time Table. LEAVE MILES ('ITt O01:(it WEIST. Not 1. Pacific Mail........................ 9.4 p. m. No ':, Expr:.: Freihlt ............. t....1:10 i. in. No.', Pay Fre.igiht ..... .. .....

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 May 1893

r.E DAILY JOURNAL. MILES CITY. MONTANA. ivery Evenig Except Sunaay. Terms of Subscription. YT MAIL, IN ADVAN.E, P.rTAOE PAID. S es itix n, one year . ................ ... (1.(1 Edlit s, ix m nth ...... .... . Editiou. one month . ... l.os TO CrITY 'tBiCRIBERa. rssrrier, ever' evening, at :. ecints pe.r wick. WMKILY EDITION. YELLiqW PAPER. tear .. ../. . . ............... L; .4 , o1 ths. ....................... i. l , Saturday. May i6, 1St~. Gov. FLOWER of New York has de tidsed that he will not interfere with the course of justice in the case of Carlisle W. Harris. whose death sentence will be car.ed into effect next week. ALL T4IMETHER. In one of the southern counties of Missouri there is a toper. who. every time he gets full insists on paying the subscription on his home paper. liHe sow has it paid up to 1926.-Exchange. V Let newspaper men all over the coun try join in an earnest prayer, that the knowledge of Keeley's cure may be kept from him. and that his ieculiar idiosy norasy ...

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 May 1893

McIntire's Bulletin, t.e'ýYTieed to SDatel That sale of Stetson's Cow HI Hats created quite an cxcitemen yesterday, and well it might; val ues from S5.oo, to $7.oo at $2.c0 your choice, is quite a bargail even at McIntire's, a place notor ious in the past for genuine low prices; balance of lot, about 0oo go to-day at same price, S2.oo each The new Fedora Biats, 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 line, and have them all. We, however, recomnmend the "Commodore." in black, navy and Lohdon fog. The English yacht ing cap is all right, and a c\\w thing not to be had clscuwhere. Prices, ;oc, 7;c and SI.oo. McINTIRE MERCANTILE COMPANY, .JOI'IN.SL . I:.TIIEI ]lEPIRT,. ea Temp. Wind Weather. 5th b I,:IL.n ....... .s1E !"Part (I. udy 6th aI , t 1.... ...

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 May 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.--Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Powder ABSOU.TELY PURE CALIFORNIA TREES. BILL NYE DESCRIBES A FEW SAMPLE SPECIMENS. kSata Cram and Liek Obervatory, Whichb Is Within the Reach of Al-A Young Lady's Search For the Unattainable-Be pulsing a Desa Beat. [Copyright, 18e3, by Edgar W. Nye.] IN CALIFORNIA, Bo no NoRTH. We have just visited the big trees near Santa Cruz. The wagon road was im passable, and so Superintendent Fillmore took us up on a special train. He knew me when I was a lnvsr boy. Even then he could see that I would 1t, a great man. He knew that I wasa goodl bIy and fore. saw that I would one dtil l. a nice old man. Years have provt that he had a great head. "THEN THEY CCMIE ACK AND P.ITE. The big trees have been often referred to and by peopl. wrho were so much more gited as liar.s than I am that I shrink from the task of writing about them. We saw probably a hundred of them, but I will not try to speak of more than four or five. Each of the la...

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 May 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 199. MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, MAY 8, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGUA TIONS. MAILS ('LOSE. ast.mr, ge eral and loIal ..............K 49 p. m. astern. for Ildite enast of Jaonmtoen...l' J p. M n. iett rn, general andI lc al ............ II . in. Western, for Helena only ......... .... 0 p. im. Spesrlsfl, Mondays, WeITueMsdays I Friays ......... . P c ... .. .... .... p. mn. Tongoue River, Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays ............. ............... m. S die Saturdlys ............... ....... . 1 !Nl p. in. S ............................ a. . Ofilce s eM.re ..................... . ..... 7. p.m. Money order clo.e ............. .........4 l) p. m. RegB l try cloN . i .......... .. ...... : p. m. undaysn-Office open from i to l p. m. ('JlA. W. SEYDE, P. M. Northern Pacific Time Table. LEAVE MILEi ('ITY OOINO WEST. No 1. Pacifi Mail ........................ p. m. No ki: Eaxprenm Freight ..................1:11) a. m. No Pa Freil t ............

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 May 1893

THE DAILY JOURNAL. MILES CITY. MONTANA. Svery Evealng Except Sunda.. Termn of .r*,(nerition. BT MAIL, IN ADVANCE. PoAT (,E PAID. W E ity , o lt l,* ..... ... -ly Edition. ix moot ............. aE.elt Edition. one month ... ... . TO (ITY .tIUtl(RIDERS. guearrfer, every .tniru g. at crat per we.,k. WE.KLY EDITION, tELLOw) PAPER. Year.............. .......... x;.a Months ............... ....... . , . YMonth ...s....................... .1. I, Monday. May S. 1893. THE IMHNi) QU'ETION. The appearance on the street on .;t urday afternoon. at an hour tot, late for notice in that day's issue of the YELLOW STONE JOURNAL, of a dtilger ulit mout by the opponents of the bmnd issue, has rendered excusable. if not necessary. this special issue of the JoIu.INSL. As has heretofore been stated, the JOURNSAL is not and never has been an advocate of the issue of city bonds for the merefsake of "putting the money in circulation." but it has honestly be lieved that a public need existed for a public hall...

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 May 1893

Mcintire's Bulletin, oevirsec to Dat©. At this season the small boy is sues from winter rather the \,r.e for wear, --a fresh haircut and new suit are in order. We have the suit-- elegant, substantial, S3.oo to $5.00. Windsor Ties ::.G ..h! We 7:.x qu;litie"s choice for ::*x. I-louse cleaning time is here, and fortunately finds us prepared for the usual rush for mattings. The house wife apl)reciates th. many good ;ea...res of maltttinls for sumn,' r iTr coveirm.,. clean cool, durable, price 30c l(o. .\lso car)pets- Ingrain) at ;oc to S;c. good values. lTapetry. Itrussel;. Velvets. Ter"ry C(,ith. etc. all soli on monthly lpayment.It an easy way to fit up Mihen one has not the neccessary wherew\ith to pay cash. )ur assortment of blouse waist, (leserves mnore than a passing no tice; we tried our best to suit vu and tltce by the way th: - is l.,-,a'l - t, at . e . su; Cei'd t fairly Wel. Vou need a prVi clpe ) r :, ikl et. ,i ni t ,i iý nl . 1; r .' ' - them . .. ... , : . ; prices t' ,i...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 8 May 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.- Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Powder ABSOWLELY PURE 7FRENC.. DEPUTIES. PHEIR PALACE, CEREMONIES AND iDIOSYNCRASIES. A Ebtery of the Chamber ead the Build - tug I.s Wthich It Meets-seae- toI and Aroeai the Palae. When the Chamber Is In Sessum-Twe Salaries. To Americans, who know that after the excitement of the presidential elec tion is over there will be no change of Importance for four years, these contin ual triiuisterial modifications of the French cabinet appear strange. and their effect is prejudicial to France both as regars hi r t2omestic prosperity and her international prestige. Under the di rectory 1thl.re were two lrgislative bodiics the "'Five Hundred" and the "Ancients." After hiolhlu rutheir sesisions in varinous place -trierre ,or less Convcniint-it was decid 1 tio .e th in the Pal,,,s Lourln,,,, which hal ien -nuilt in 17., libut nt.Tr occupt ,-d. They i -i jio, -i on of the build:!,: in the year VII of tlhe repbnllic (171'. l)nr'ing ...

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