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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 15 May 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 206. MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, MAY 15, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS (LOSE. Eastern, enera, ant a ..... .. .. p. rn. Eastern. or lpainta ast ofr aama2ston...x to p. a. ýW~estern, atnenral satal tal . B 4,:5 p. rn. Western, for Telmaa oaly T isab: . in. Spearfish, Maanday.T, W Geasalaua anTa FIaiais MI ~ t Tam. ENT da ys .A.lante ......... .... p. taIm. To fu f icriMnaysl Dilretory. an r da ys.. . .. .. .......N Ii.l , Setnrdalat .. .. ........1 1s) j. an. ospens .f . . . .. ... . a Istx a n. t ltraaHaer . . . 7 :00 i. an. 5aeordier closes ..... 4 451 pa. an. U gst ri clan ast ............ . W t p. m. Sndays--Otica aapen from 12 toatl p. m. (u t AS. W.1 SEYJ. P. M. Northern Pacific Time Table. i EAl t ttla .Emp Ci TY ajasa rt ESTr. Naa 1. Paacifiac Mail ..............1u 02 p. an. Naa 55 Ezjara*.x Freaigh~t...........1:10d ,a faa. a 55 Pay Freijtiat. ...L a. a.n , m a.E ta a: %tta.Ea a ITY a~aaa EA. t'r. Sharittaati H .....

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 May 1893

THE DAILY JOURNAL MILES CITE, MONTANA . E.ery Evenin5 Except Musuday. Terms of Subscription. by MAIL, IN ADY N/I'L, PoNTA iE PAID. S Edition. 1n1-ar.11 ... . .l$i rwl Edition. Mix Wa~nltt.... I. 15.1 Edition, on(' month . Lie TO lITY Yt)ISCRIBE@0s. It eari.er. everys llrinlz. at 2: cent. pjIr wS1k. WEEMLY EDITION, YELLOW PtPER. SYear ................... r.Ihl on honltho ................ ilil Monday. May 15. 1893. Wn'lo is J. It. Collins Who representl'd Montana republicans at Louisville and was made a vice-president and member of the executive colunittle? Indep endent. The gentlemen abloe referred to is Mr. J. B. Collins. a resilent of Montana for the past ten years. at Miles City and at Helena. He is the most energetic. enthusiastic and loyal republican that this state ever held within her borders. and is thoroughly entitled to represent her in any republican conclave. Mr. Collins was Mr. Carter's private secre tary during his occupancy of the gener al land ofice. HENRI 1AvrTHEaRSO...

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 May 1893

Mcintire's Bulletin, Revisot to Daate. At this season the small boy is sues from winter rather the worse for wear, a fresh haircut and new suit are in order. We have the suit-elegant, substantial, s3.oo to $5.00. Windsor Ties :17xIe :kM we T7.- qualities choice for 23c. House cleaning time is here, and fortunately finds us prepared for the usual rush for mattings. The house wife appreciates the many good features of mattings for summer floor covering,- clean cool, durable, price 3oc 40c. Also carpets- Ingrain at 5oc to 8;c, good values, Tapestry, Brussels, Velvets, Terry Cloth, etc. all sold on monthly payments. - an easy way to fit up when one has not the neccessary wherewith to pay cash. Our assortment of blouse waists deserves more than a passing no tice; we tried our best to suit you and judge by the way the stock is dis-appearing we scoeede~l fairly well. You need a spring cape or pjck et, why not do us the favor of looking over our stock: we bought them to sell, and we paid th...

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 May 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Re.XiPod er ABsOwEAJhL PURE AM13IEI)ANIS31. A RELIGIOUS SOLUTION OF THE SOUTHERN NEGRO PROBLEM. Suck. It is suggested, May the Teachlng. of Mohamtnaed Webb Prove-Somethiug About the, Itettgions of Other Loads. Buddhism and Bludodism. A very amiable and lovable man, Mr. Mohammed Webb, is in this country looking over the field to decide whether or not the United States is a promising field for the exploiting of the Moham medan faith. Ilb does not undertake to make proselytes to his religion without giving the faiths aire tdy in the field fair notice of hi ure? at.k int lens. This is certainly rea-onable, thuib it is more than we of th I Christian churches do when we sed nis-i-n arie to India and Central A.i:. Th t Mob in. ian reli gion has l A l.1: i et a.u believers and has any nt ry c0 :nlin ietatures. The-re are objections to it liotkwije that we shall not attt n :10 , tnId. It is true that in otr I. ihll 'ivitized hand ...

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. — 16 May 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 207. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, MAY z6, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS ('LOSE. Eastern, general stil local .............> p. mn. Eaten.fr into ea s·t ofI Janteston"..t -.Ill it. In assent genleal fnll local ... . s. Ill. Western, t.r Helena only ............... s t t. a. Spearfish, Mondays, Wedlseralays and Friday .......... .. ...............a*m r . m. Tongue River. Molndays, Wednesdays and FridIays.... . ....... ........ ...9 1 1. g d ie SatulrdSa ys... .......... ..........111 . . bl pns.. ..... M 16) a.···· .5 iI m. Ogee ekau e ............................. i q p. in Mone ty crerloses . ....... .....(16)it. ill. Registry sloses .............. 7U g. I. in. eandays-Omie op. n fromn iS to I ip. m. ('ate W. r(evue. P. M. Northern Pacific Time Table. LUAVOL MILES CITY (I,411i N LET. No 1. Parifei 3ail.. . . . I2 t.. In. \.. M Exlpress Flreijtc ... .. I 1I1,. nt. Nloi4n Pay Frightl .. ... r. n. LE.AVE MIlES IITTI 4nl44...

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 May 1893

THE DAILY JOURNAL. MILEM CITYV.MONT.ANA. Every Evening Except enn.lay. Terms of Sule'riltio. t M If L.. IN .tuDt I('E. IaIIT.tIE PAID. Edituesday o r. ...ay . .......10.I Scouditionr, . anth. assured t.he TO ('IT' e SI.('IlIRLttiB. WVEEKLY EDITIO\, YLI. Lt., I,|,EK. YMouths . . ... ...... ", tr i Tuedlay. May It;. 1s:73. Ttts country is now assured hy the American residents in China. that if the Geary law is held to he constitutional and deportation of ('hinese follow. all Americans now residingt in the flowery kingdom will we incontinently tired. THE suggestion to pay pensions in silver, which is niow being urged is not without merit. The pension disburse ments amount to something over $1l50. 000.000 a year. which if drawn from the useless hoard of silver bullion and coin inthe treasury would not only loosen up things all over the country.but would so ease up the treasury as to make a much better condition of affairs than we have had for some time. The anomaly of an asset of over 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. — 16 May 1893

Mclntire's Bulletin, Revise. to date. At this season the small boy is sues from winter rather the worse for wear, - a fresh haircut and new I suit are in order. We have the suit-- elegant, substantial, s3.oo to $5.o0. Windsor Ties :.." :dkc 5;Oc 7.1" qualitis choice for 2;mc. House cleaning time is here. and fortunately finds us plrcelared for the usual rush for mattings. The house wife appreciates the many good features of mattings for summer floor covering, clean cool, durable, price 30c 4oc. Also carpets-Ingrain at ;oc to 85c, good values, Tapestry, Brussels, Velvets, Terry Cloth. etc. all sold on monthly payments, an easy way to fit up when one has not the neccessary wherewith to pay cash. Our assortment of blouse waists deserves more than a passing no tice; we tried our best to suit you and judge by the way the stock is dis-appearing we succeeded fairly well. You need a spring clape or :ack et. why not (!, us the favor ofi looking; over our stock: we bought them to sell, and we...

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 May 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Reiort _ PUder ABSOUITELY PUREU ALCOHOL A LA SWIss. RESULTS OF SIX YEARS' OPERATION OF THE MONOPOLY PLAN. Sstiestes Which Will laterest Amerliea Readers Beeause of the Faet That Slome. what Similar Methods Are Preleeed In Parts of This Coeutry. The particular method of dealing with the alcohol question which is now adopt ed in Switzerland is discussed by Jir. W. Mfilliet of Ierne in a recent pnblication of the American Academy of Political and Soc:al Science. There is, it se,-ts. no appreciable cur rent of opini, n : nusl: the Mwiss in favor of total ah :. . ::.tr ,l eitler as a voluntary w 't ,r as the out-oane 1f prohibitory i_ b!ttion. It i~ c:rl, that by an amet. l..:t of the f e,.:l conisti tution 1,- .- to 1t ; ,, nal l.. Islatoret,.s a i;. l 1ix ItI, Tf re*tri t ing the uniter ot pl:l a, for he .,". of jn,,r witin t: it nn peti.' jur;sdie tans. The p,,w r l::s it n-ibly benii sexercised ii 14 c,. l-:. iunt even in these, i...

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. — 17 May 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 2o8. MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, .MAY 17, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENT POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS.. MA\lII .. LOSE. Ea.t.rlgi. nl,,r ;a ll l........ . .. . Ra.tirrn. for Inirltt ,init of .1 Ji. ll.t ollln.., 4 1i . IIi W..Mtcrn, g,,ral Iid l al .......... :l . i Wrtrnl. for Hlen a . W..ly . . " $ p. aI. SNp lartlnlJ. MIIrtanlay.. Wiili l.ais and Fridn ys.. ...... ...... . Ton.nl' RIivc.r, Mon.ld. WilMnesdays and Friday. ... ..a.....a...............' ll I,. in lile. Smtnt nlayv .. ...................1 (, p. rnI Ofilce hoipens . wr.w. . . . .... x 1 a n1 Scl s ...... ... ... ...... .... p. m RKin y ot r der ell++ ............ .... .. t. n . .m nrndra¥---Oi c lsWn fmin 12 I. 1s . m. . i . Paiic .Mail . . .... . ...i. ! i(. . I.it \.;'N , I ;xllr i l, i .l1.t .... :.11 i. in, .IllT... .... T :ll it.hll I.E 1\ En I.xlr , . ('r i ,.+N ... F .i ;i . Ill Official Directory. H \I1' 1 :i l i iStateIi 'rl t r \. I1 . H u . t "" :; ittlt+ avlr it.l \.I. ir,,w lHa...

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. — 17 May 1893

T.HE DAILY JOURNAL. MILE. CITYT, ONT. A., Every Evening Eexept .undnay. Terta of Sb.cnrription. BT MAIL, IN ADVAN CE. POMT tltE P lit). 5 la itio.n, on,. year al....... .... . l..11X i y Edition. Nsix ant, h ...... ... .. {N I &l ition, ourl a onth ............... ..(1M TO (C!T ttBSE'IIIBLII'M. bS carrier, every "v'-ninu. at 2.1 Ce.l11 I.t r wI,..k. WESsLY EIIITION. V1LLInt PrIlER. t ear.............................. .. , MPoaths.. . .....2.1 Moths .......................I... U.; Wednesday. May 17. 1't3. THERE are schemes and schemes for tapping state and national treasuries. but the smallest means and yet one of the most mischievous in its tendency and signiticance is one that has been perpe trated by the Michigan legislature. It is the creation of the office of "World's Fair historian" with a salary of l1,00 at tached and a term of two years. With the newspapers and magazines printing column after column of history of the great exposition and the bureau of pro motion and publi...

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. — 17 May 1893

Iclntire's Bulletin, Revised to nDte. o0 dozen Ladics Fast Black Hose. seamless; domestic nmanu facture: close out at 5 pair Si.oo. to dozen Ladies Ilose. bought to sell at ;oc: close out at ;2c. 215 doz. Ladis (Gauzs. 'Pct : rlr . 4 for Z.. I; dozen Men's Sox at Iooc pair. by the dozen only; worth o0c pair. One lot Ladies Fine Shoes, odds and ends from our regular stock. worth from 52.00oo to 54.50: your choice Si.so pair. All the above spccialý- arc on our center table, and arc worth your ;ttention. MclNTIRE MERCANTILE COMPANY, THE IDAIIA .IOl'RN AIL MILE% CITY. MOINT.'NA. JOURNAL WE.ATHER REPORT. Ha rt tm. etsr, Temp. Wind W,.ather. a .i ....... t t'lear 17th paid tt I t . E.. I2 part t'lo, |3~l DAILY Ll %L tME.\SNt. *axiiwum tmpelrature, t6. Minimum tentmpratnre, W. Mean temp.,ratnure.'. Precipitation in last 24 Ioumr. 0.() II. R. HOYNTON. Oba.erver. WEATHER FORECAST. WA siGorowo, May), ; To oberver. Miles City, Montana: Montana:-Fair Warmne Chie f eather rea. Nors:-The above fo...

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. — 17 May 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. SPowder AM EI (CANS' CRESTS. WARD M'ALLISTER FAVORS A TAX ON COATS OF ARMS. Ur. MteAllister .tlt Aºdvoleates the EC. tablishment of i Herald's. tlhre as ( One of the (iGoerntannt Apartments-Rightlh of Anmerlcans. to Wear ('rest. Tit* nIItnli.r of perstIons using crreets anld -coats of ;rnni iin this 'ouitry is very large, and the re is no way ,of as'tertain ing hbuw large it is. The Atllricau who waniti.s a at- et arm. ll"u Iim,- i .t got one .iusatrsily ali "- onu whivh I ,-t'es his ere. itholuut r','-rl to.a i y , ih -r ,iusid A. -irtn, . It, E ,_ , :,i l" ,:" r. r r, s.1 duto w raint,. . , I- tr Lii \ ut-i .,ti. fhltl';t tCats lls t : -tL It ] i i t.- , i. n ",f 1its mllolf an h't', ,O .t -'.T f' , tt' e r . . . t o . 0 - ; . r u . , - n re rit.h :. l '.. u" f,, ni . - sit..r. th[i..u , f t t hum - il . ,, t. 5 Ii pla t a clI:t of irdn- Iir lt fct : :it,er< iii s rta- of :h.i t , '.Ia tW a : I h ri. it ,tti En.".,-i...

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 May 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 209. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS t.. !USTUMUttC KtU[ATIDNS. MAIlLS ('LOSE )La..4.r,, general aft,] Itsef]..iJt ,I Wetrfor Helen,,a tonly .. r '%40 1. cot Speartllhl. Mo.nule '. WeVlsu'oASnla awd Friday. *iiAft . in T~msue lkirfr. MNdm ay., W4.44444414y.. and Fridays... ......... .....x41)1.... Sadle, 1atunran. ...... ...1 ill p. in ONic .ja' .. . ..... xii)a. in Of111" Iaw.....a . 7 lJ0p. co atei)- .ini.'r ci...... ..... .. ... 4:(1 I. in. ]try char ... . . ... 40 .l) . ni. S~unda).-Ofr.. (hail fro.m 11 to I I, in. 4 v.\a W. 4IE4DE. P. M. Nortbern Pacific Thue Table. LEAVE M4I.i fIO\ 444.aiI~f. 44 ET. o.X4I,,,,4aie Mail , i.M Official Directory. I . 4444rnn .1 F . Iit~:rl''4 14 1 " I . . '.4 ~ ta ) "14. l I .. I tI t it 14 f, I , ; St44I " r. 4 ,-l4 ", F. W . . ',t II I, ., 41k%.".jnh."r ..,.- I,4 l,411,.,I,kf,',, 111.1l,.1"'a 11.1rJ 1 -k"1 1 Iut,. I'1#-, I,,. e.. .. " .. I, .. f it ,", 3114,41\l f'u1w~~r nt . ...

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 May 1893

TIE DAILY JOUSRNAL. MILES CITV,'KONTANA. Every Eveninag Except isueany. Terms of Saileriptiou. {Y MAIL, I\ ADVANCE. POET AGE PAID. 5siy Edit iii. . Rix n,.eitiii' . eliseil DlyEdition. one ,ma,itht. . Liiu TO CITY s£DBKHIDERK. a earri,-r. every evening. at _:t cent pr w ek. WEEKLY EDITION, IELLLOH{ PIPER. ~tee M Mo tie .... . . ... .. .. JIGI Thursday. May 15. 18Jt3. A Day as lied. We are untuiratt gIlen to condemn amd despise the Idea of remtaining in itel When our health is good and all our vi t1l forces tn fair working order Apart from the matter of our nightly rest, we rarely think of 'a day in bed" either as stive of health or conducive to Iongseity Yet I am convinced there is much to be said in favor of "a day in bed" now and then, as an aid to health is the middle aged and as a measure tending to prolong life in the old. In bed the whole muscular system is at ease and the wear and tear of the body is reduced to a minimum. The processes of getting rid of waste matters afe in a...

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 May 1893

McIntire's Bulletin, Ste'rimoct to mate. ;o dozen Ladies Fast Black Hose, seamless; domestic manu facture; close out at 5 pair Si.co. 10 dozen Ladies IHose, bought to sell at soc; close out at 2;c. i5 dozen Men's Sox at io",c pair. hy the dozen only; worth 2oc pair. One lot Ladies Fine Shoes, odds and ends from our regular stock, worth from S2.oo to S4.o:(: your choice Si .5o pair. 1l the above specials aec oU our center table. and are north your attention, McINTIRE MERCANTILE COMPANY8 THE IAIIA J.OI'RNAI, MILN CTt, MONTANA. .JOi HtNA L VEATHER ltEi'IiRT. haram ."te ITrm1-. Win l Wenthr. 17110'a 2.42.1 '144 E 4t. Cart (i.,u. 3 1'tI, t, 2as ' :1 W. 4 (b-ar Maximurn t."nge,"rature, H1. Minimum to -m'lrature. :t. MNan tem-iuj rature, 7s. Pr rilitati nL it hat 24 Laaura. (4.4) iN. It. HOYNTON. Obaarver. WEATHER FOREC'A'4T. WA a'nwoINox, May. I' To observer. Miles Pity, Montana: Montana:-Fair except in west eatinualai low temperatur." low t.lals Chief ofeather Bureau. BiorB:-The above fo...

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 May 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-..Latest U. S. Gov't Report. T A.S1Po wder ABSOWFrELY PURE CREDJLITY OF MAYN. TWO GOOD STORIES ILLUSTRATING A BROKER'S THEORY Mame mea WIll Relheve Almaest Aaytblhng WIthoet La lesne lmevetsatote it S.me, be.4 The, Happen to Know Appears to e. In Ermeost. They wandered from subject to sub ject 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 mlan s credulity. His companion a lawy' r. disagreel with hitt. atil tlht at oone tartcd tsi) .! in i liel' irltin aIent Aftt ; 4 r::: . . eneral dis +t n t!; " , " or said 't ell. 1I' , " t ai insti'ioe. It is a pr ttv goi -! t i aiyb anal i p'r fectly true.:drn'- lt"ii l,' 1!: , ý,entls in the r.. it %Ii r . I b j t .tir,' ia s to .1i ti"r a1 .i n .. :,"d i N ,';, wio is a great ir.itii, ii kr The proprie tor of one ," thne two', 1:tels il tr:, place is it rath "r aop n r., c, 2.teio' l old moan. S!."' ...

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 May 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 210. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS (CA)IfF. Eastcrnz, gnorrai and hica.. ina p. n,. Wetteni, for Uotini onl . .. itt p. m. Spearfish. Moiinayb. W'liio. lW. anEi Pridayce ... %1 t p. in. Tog e Rver MIaLayh t IT) vuc *Ina 11s and Friulani ...i . .n :) i. . tn. ISoul)., Saturdays. ........ ...149)t p. in. ofe Optfi... l Directory... .....h0a o ci. ic n e. 701 ii. in. Money orduer clioai.. ... . p. in. Regi :try e "iu .a .. 7 It.i n. Snnday.-O~lce openu frioii 12 iii I Ip. in. 4itn JM .. ' %IIwE P. M . Northern Pacific Time Table. tin 1. PacifIct Mail ....iei .i. Nu ZIxiio li-ii lt . l. . :0i.i. Ni, lPatoy Fr.iiglii.. H. .dil . e. Ro i ter (. at. t. c . n" 00. itlrs. Ml. t Ro 4 Ailaintiu' Mail... .ile I ity N ii51Exprui.s Fr'i&Io,t i.ft Official Directory. ttig i, i n or . 1. 1 . . i rlbu .." I! I i t. Lir"ttt i, W I .Ar ler k i,.1"itsn Attn I iitryi of iNTY, .I.it. StAitl.-ri la t cr'...

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 May 1893

MHE DAILY JOURNAL. MILES CITW.plIMNT. A. Every Emend ,r Except timnday. Ternos of Sttbltariptiou. 3T1 AIl.. IN 51INiC'E. et T4t t Pi 11,. ylt E Btain . ll. )cur . .. .. I'tc1IN* c rrier, et' 'I t :it2 Ii . r u WEESLiV EDITIiN. t I1uLtiHi I' iitR. f~sYear.... .. tn Friday. May 1!9. 1%4!):. Bass-<: nity break. trust c hpanies totter and even great Wall street grow panicky and suspicious. liut us long as providence gives us an tccasional rain. such as we enjoyed yesterdaty and last night. Montana can snap her fingers at the monetary convulsions of the rest of the country. Ai eQairrvvi;Nsn has triumnpheti over puritanism in Chicago. and hereafter the World's Fair will be open on Sun day's. It was a question of dollars ver Bus doxologies. and the dollar side won. With the fair running behind at the rate of &O.OOO to K7.,t.4K) a day the puri tanical policy was quickly seen to be wrong. Hoar. E. D. Wt vii of Helena has tec eepted the invitation of the grand army I veterans of that p...

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 May 1893

Mcintire's Bulletin, Reorimeet to Date. 5o dozen Ladies Fast Black Hose, seamless; domestic muanu facture; close out at 5 pair Si.oo. 1o dozen Ladies I lose, bought to sell at toc; close out at 2;c. ZM doz. Laii. Oauz, V -t3,; nil-. 3 for 23c. i; dozen Men's Sox at ro '~c pair. by the dozen only: worth 2oc pair. One lot Ladies Fine Shoes, odds and ends from our regular stock, worth from $2.oo to $4.50; your choice SI.;o pair. All the above specials axe on our center table, and are worth your attention, McINTIRE MERCANTILE COMPANY. THE IDAILA .10f RNAI. MILE% EITY, MONTAA. JOIt NAL WIAEATH t FR EPORT. Iaroux. ete Temp. Windt Weather. lathtt 29 ' . . WNW. 1 Li~tht Itain 19th 1-4... a1NW 1 DttLy L..CAL MEASt. Maximum temperature. 7. Minimum temperature, t.I. Mean temperature, tio. Precipitation in iart £4 hours, 0.0 H. R. ROY NTON. Ob erver. WEATHER FORECAST. WA. antsoTtvo, May. 11 To obsrver. Miles City, Montana: Montana:- Slowly rising temperature HARfl1NGTON4. Chief of Weather Burea...

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 May 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. i- Poer ABSOWFELY PURtE DIDN'T KNOW HER. 3e entered the car with an offhand geaer, An easy smile. ant-a sample case. Two seats in one did he 1lbhtly whirl Across from a not ill looking girl With a novelette and a cartwheel hat. "Alone, by Jove! I will have a chat Ire we have gone ten niles," he said As he fitted his '-!tll cap on his head. "The girls who travel in Texas are Soft snaps, as a rule-too fresh by far. Just lend them a book-lift the window sash-. !o trouble at all to make a mash." lie did not know that the moiden small Had he-n on the road two years tact fall; A fenmale drutnmer, with "grip" immense. And a lit I of *o,. shrewd common sense. Th.e-i ,t h tinwa.' ! 1 :pr ea per; "'t1--,'s'ill so. lok "t 11u tmornirss paper?" And t re on thei ln,-.:uin the niti b 1 read "T,,',. . t t a 'r t' l ye i lt-myheal That I miaht 11.u i:. tutrn, la~r:h:,'. Oti' entln s il - . a n nitly gla.e.'. Thee .n t ," T, i train . in ...

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