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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 20 May 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. z21. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, MAY 20o, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS ('LO4E. gEatern, g'o'ralwl n o c.al.... ......1.:41 I. ni,. Esacorrn, fur I*,ilnt rail of Junuertnn...h. 14 p, tn. Western. a,"to "at I IIIn lora.......... ..> nn p. 11.. Wertern.lf.r Monday., only ............a...tr..lo I, i. Fridaye....s...................olligg.. in. Tongue River, MInIwlayC WealdflleIlli andl Friday... ..........a 101 p. in. Sadie. Saturlays.... .................. 1 1444 p. i. offie or"its.. . . ...i.i4%a. n. O1ice+ lose............. .... 7.400 i. In. onel4y oitelr c.t ll'....4i . . J. 111. glntdy chinme......... ..1 p. in. Snndar..-OltIce oipro Iron. 1'2 it I p. in. 1'nHte. WI. SEI.D, P. M. Northern Pacific Time Table. LEAVE MILES r(ITn 0ol!oO NEST. loo 1. Prcific Mail .............. 11:1r2 p. in. No 5:, E:pr. Frniu...l.l ... 1 i.n. ..o 55 P'ay Friighll ........ .. ii.. l.E.a Ltt 'i.E,. lit a.Ii N I: Ftar. NiJ Atl~tionil 3.....

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 May 1893

THE DAILY .JOURNAL. MILES CITY.IMONTANA. Every Evenlug Eacept .Sunday. Terms of .uSbseription. M MAIL, IN ADVANC'E. POmT 'GE ill0; . Sl Elition. on,- yve'ttr................. $1.0 Ey :itilm, six n'ntll .ll ....IIll al i Edition. one mlltit ..... ........... 1.W TO CITY SUBS(RIBIERI. By carrier. every evnint. at 2c-llr, per Iwk. WEEKLY EDITION. ELLO.W P IPER. Year ............................. .......Ii.... Ml onths ... ............ ..... wl Mlonths ........................... I., Saturday. May ..O. 1,4i:1. A FORITI'NATdT TOWiN. The report that Armour & ('o.. have by locating a beef packing plant at a small town in Indiana. so insured the future of the town. that it will within a year add one hundred thousand to its population, is exciting considerable interest throughout the west. and many a small but ambitious locality is won dering if it is not possible to get some one of the dressed beef men to look fa vorably on their locality. The antici p ~ted benefits so far as increase o...

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 May 1893

Mclntire's Bulletin, terisrodl to DEate. 50 dozen Ladies Fast Black 1lose, seamless; domestic manu facture: close out at 5 pair Si.oo. io dozen Ladies Ilose, bought to sell at 5oc: close out at 25c. 25 *dz. Ladles ianz, VoC t: fI~h. 3 for ?.e. 15 dozen Men's Sox at io.c pair, by the dozen only; worth 2oc pair. One lot Ladies Fine Shoes. odds and ends from our regular stock, worth from S2.0oo to S4.50: your choice SI.5o pair. ;\11 the above specials are on our center table, and are worth your attention, MclNTIRE MERCANTILE COMPANY. THE IlAIL1 .JOURNAL!, MIIE- ('ITY. MINT.tA.S . JOltRNS.I. AlWE.THER IREPORT. Ba tinl- l rte Te.mp. Wind W-eather. 19bt ýa24 .A . " .NW.12' t ,:tb riu. - t .± .,. ` ISLE ° r t DAILY L.'KtA. MEANM. niaXLmum tlmul t ratutre, i . Maiimum t.rmtlurature. :51. Mean tllemprature. 4. Precipitati-n in lant :4 hours. 0.tu i1. R. BOYNTON. Observer. WEATHER FORE(CAST. WA s51ITOTO. May. 20 To ol.erver, Miles 'ity, Montana: Montat* : Fair. warmer. HARRINGTON. ('hief of W...

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 May 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. BI akn Powder ABSO.urELY PR. BATS! SAYS ILL NYTE A SAD TAIL THAT WAS POURED IN TO WILLIAM'S EAR. Some lateresting a ets About British Co lumbiae-hnowing I Vlctoria on Good riday - An Inmedent Evidencing Hlow Pamd Nye Is or Repartee. IOopysright. Itl by Edgar W. Nye.l Rats gave me some trouble last even ing and during the night. They had their hook and ladder company out, I think, for exercise. for in the wall of my room they wre practicing on running up as far as possible and then falling to the bottom with a dull report like that when a fat neronaut fall. 1.)!0'i fret and strikes on the top lo a man with a high hat. After I hu.l ;.~:." i . ., tired nature being no lon, - ;al. to I. ut : -.t noise, they gl, .u r i, n.. .. 'ti I v., ke up to find a a ni: 1 1n::! " p "tpr ing his cold. suad tail it :y..i I have never been the confidant of a dumb animal that way before. British Columbia in summer must be a most beautiful cou...

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. — 22 May 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 212. MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, MAY 22, 1893, PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAI.LS I'LOSE. Eante.rn, general a l loc.ral ....... .... m. Eartmrn, for tlhint i-,;lnt o.f Janrti.on.... si) i,. tn. W etrn, 1:,n.rlrl ind ,cal; ............ ilD , p. nt. Wentern. for HIcena oilly ...; ... - ll.p. in. Spe.rll.hi, MoilaydI, WNd'ad l.dn and Friday.n..... ........... .... ..........t ff. n m. Tongue River. Mondaya. Wt.du,inayn Sadie, Satuirday .........................1 ) p.m. Office open. .... ....................... 11 a. in. O Ofi c l e .................... ........ m. uoney order clo ............. ......... I . h ltry cl ea... . . t 7.i .. in. Sundayan-Ofice open frlm 12 to I Ip. m. ('rAs. W. IEYiDE, P. M. Northern Pacfic Time Table. LEAVE MIIi.EI ('ITV (iolNO %TETT. No 1. Paeific Mlil ......... ......... . H.... .H I,. nl. Lo : , Exptlrr, Firliliht .......... . :1.... a. Il n. N'uo , P Fil lt . .... ...... 1 ii. i. I.E.\\E MII T'E 1 11...

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. — 22 May 1893

THE DAILY JOURNAL4. NILE4 CITY '1bONTt.%A. Every Evening Except %ndtay. Tereus of Subscriiptinrl. DY MIAIL. IN AIWAYIE. PlTAYUE c.'AID. UY yar.... E....... l Edjliti~nl. rix I I otlth.... . . .+o Edition. '1fl, monthi... ... TOl CITY ntRnI'RIRERT. 3carrier. 'vrt ry .(niWi.. at 21 el-uta r At aw*i.k WEEKLY EDITI'N, M.1,1111, PAPER.N Year.... ...... ............ ........ S . in tee W . tl... . . . A (MltEAT RtAIN. Whenever one is dislposed to grumble and kick at the weather and qluestion why we have this and that variety that is not desirable,. there should come the reflection that the dispensing of weather for a whole universe is a pretty big job. and that in order to get things right all around. some conditions may be neces sary that are not readily explainable. It does not require that one should be of a religious temperament or convictions to accept this view of the case. Common sense is a pretty good substitute for the trusting condition that the religious en thusiast is supposed...

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. — 22 May 1893

McIntire's Bulletin, ReLvrisct to Date. 5o dozen L.adies Fast Black Hose, seamless; domestic Imanu facture; close out at 5 pair Sl.cc. to dozen Ladies 1-lose, bought to sell at ;Oc; close out at 2;c. 2. rins. Ladirse oGan(zi.- vows: saly..a for ..e. 15 dozen Men's Sox at to'5c pair, by 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 S.5o pair. All the above specials are on our center table, and are worth your attention, McINTIRE MERCANTILE COMPANY, THE DAIIA .JOURNAL MILEn CITYI, MOENTANA. JOlOURNAL. WVEATHER REPORT. HBaronl Ste Tenmp" Wind Wrath .r. Mll a;'9 ... .\ W 1-1 'i arin. DAILY LI '.L MENSN. Maximum temperatllure. . Minimum temla"ratllre., :S. Mean temperatture, 4-. Precipitation in last ". Lour., w.a, II. R. BOYNTON. Observer. WEATHER FORE'.ST. Wi aitrst.Tox. May. 21 To obhrver. Miles ('ity., Mortana: Montan: :-Fair. warmer. HARRINGTON. Chief of Weather Bureau. NovT:-The above forecast ...

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. — 22 May 1893

Highest of all in Lavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Powder --.-- . Y~---~~-~~ TO ROSERT BURNS. Sweet singer. that I la'e the maist Y- O' o. :. a' i' c a::er haste I smaclket bairn lipsower the taste O' hinnied sang, I hail thee, though a blessed ghaist In heaven lang! For. weel I ken. nae cantle phrase. Nor courtly airs, nor lairdly way-. Could gar me freer blame or praim. Or proffer hand Where "Rantin Hobble" and his lays Thegither at and. And see these hamely lines I send. Wi' Jlnglin words at ilka end. In echo of the sangs that wend Frae thee to me Like immner brooo:s, wi' mony a bend 0' wimplin glee. -James Wchitcemh llih Chinese W.omen and Their Feet. Thestu:al foet 'i c'ei.e :,s wnumt u'-: , ly make their owl ihho of :iits i of :.-:; embroidered. in . i c .. V r dainty writ :,:: ae of i maker simply s'o n:ý: tihe.: i:- ,f' rrm broide'ry. In cur:it ,.p ' :: gl,, tr. ter may sone tile o jic . ii pa s. : I,::, shoe. The tiny f, t mrm i be, often anti care :Ily waihetld a...

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. — 23 May 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 213. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, MAY 23, 18931 PRICE FIVE CENTS 1 ______________________________ POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS CLOSE. astern, gleneral la.lI koal ............ . .0) p. n afternL'. fr pidta east of JamIneto....11 .t) I). s Western, gerneia anti local..............l0 Np. n Wester , fr Hele only ............. p. Spearfish, Mondays, Weidnesdlay alnd Ma....................... ......x.... p. i. Tongue River, Mondays. WVlnesdays an Fridays ......... ....... . tkldfe, l atudays ... ..................... . I4 . , SadieSaturtlday. . " .. t p. n o .e s ............en . . . .. ............ . i n IcecO ....... ................... 7p. . Money order closes . .....................4:). I'. n Ieiatry l es ................ ..... .... 7 I. tl nuudays-Olffce open from 12 to I ip. hi. ('HAr. . W E. Plig. . M Nolrthern Pacific Time Table. I.EA. E MILES (.IT" G(OiINtO ,EST. No l. P cilte Mtil ........ ..... ...tt I i hNo r5 E'x prt, t FIti.l ht .......

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. — 23 May 1893

THE DAILY .JIURNAL. MILEt CITY !MON'TANA. Every Evening Except iunday. Terms of Sulmription. BT MAIL, I' \iDV IN E. PoST G;E P LID. Editlion , ar. il ...... ... .. ... $ .t dFlition. six mth.i... .... e1lN I Edittion,. , ' 111t h . ........... 1.tt TO ( ITrY SUBt'RItER. Mrearrier, ev..ry 'o',nnint, at 1:, cunts , r w,. k WEEKLY EDITI .N. YE.LLOW PIAPER. Y ear............. .. ..... .. .. . . .. .. Mou ths. .. . . . . . S TTuesdtlay. M.ay '23. 1":43 THE Bozemlan city coiuncil have ,r dered the macadamiizing of three block: of Main street in that city at an acgre gate cost of .17.(u0. includinur curbint. and guttering. The cost to aluttin, property is t;.:3R per front foot. The property owners whose property isatfect al are making a big kick. but the peo pie generally approve of the actior of the council. THE Valley Conty News publisher at Glasgow has changed hands. Chas E Hall the retiring editor and proprietor Sl1ing out to R. P. Lewis of Minneapol is. who will signalize his accessio...

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. — 23 May 1893

A Chat About Dress Goods. Here are those beautiful and dressy fabrics which are conquer ing the town-- stuffs in silk and wool serges in many colors; chall ies-dreams of loveliness silk crepe, just laid on our counter, at 5oc.; cheaper than cotton and twice as pretty. Black Waterproof Silk, so largely used for traveling pur poses. The real article, imported by E. T. Mason. of New York; price 75c per yard. Ladies ready made wraput.rs. new .tock. .Sl1. up t, 53.00 each Jackets and Capes dance to the tune of low prices for a few days. No last season styles here, and none to be carried over to next year. Small losses now are better than greater ones later, so the sale on Jackets commencing to-day will be especially interesting. .t o8w t fill ' Z' l gI u.- salit- inL IS ',-d each -nit. The story i. too l,gt to teli; come a:d ask for vhot b ,,u w.ant and judlge for yourclc. I came near forgetting to mcefi tion the New ilome sewing M~a chine. We have it. THE I)AILI .JOURNAI. MILEs CITY, MO...

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. — 23 May 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Poder ABSo rELy, PUR THE DEAD CHILD. Sleep on. dear, now, The last sleep and the hest And on thy brow And on thy quiet breast. Violets I throw! Th" little life -as mtine a little whilst No fears were rite, To trouble thy brief smile With stress or strife. Lie still and be Forevermore a childl Not grudgingly. Whom life has not defiled, I render thee! Slumber t, deep I would not rashly wake. I hardly weep; Fain onl tor thy sake To hare li.o t eep. Yea: t, dtai - Tied ! t. ith thee tulast 'Tn-t~ rt., · ..! 1l3 :Lee t~, lay T atye 1o I, c-t . . t .. ~t ah , t rltn ," way Altd. nI, :, I, re rr-. - E-n:ret JI(,. - ,.n in Atalanta. African Fruit tuir, .1 by Insects. Half lltsurest ire of Io auvail in deal ing with the parasitlc .ly ceratiris-that scourge of the fruit fariuers in South Africa. Mr. \illiar' Tuck of Grd.hamo.' town, who expresse this opiniuon. is a high authority on r.uit farming. He t lls us tlpt in tl , eastern 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. — 24 May 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 214. MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS.. MAILS ('LOE. .aatern, gpneral and loc.al ....... . ..I% t, m itern. f.r ali, ltt Paat of Jani-tonll.... it p. ii,: . rtorn, RP a-r al arid hmma l ..... ...... ·· .+.0 Ir , m restern, for HePICI .m)Y .. ..·.. .........pf i .p. n.. .'llt·h, Ycnhdn)y., H·(·dlieWIl./yl. alld IPhdayp· .......................... ·· ..·ZWIi '. m TSonun River, Mondays, Wednaeh myl and Fridaye . ...... .................... I,. a. Saille, SatUdn ra.... ................ l.i, u. nl. Omce cipens .... ................ ........ . ..J a. in. Money or'der cloe.a ..................... i. . n. . R/egiter Ce]ge, t ~ . .............. .. ....... I, n. Sundays--Office ,poin frman 12 to I p. r. ('.·nA . W. ETDE. P. 31. Northern Pacific Time Table. IEAVE MILE, ('ITY GOtING tLsT. No I. Pacific Mail ....... .i . ,. . No 7,t Expr+. Frieht .rii..... Ii ii. No V.5 Pay Frliiiti ........... - :l') a. ...

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. — 24 May 1893

THE DAILY JOURNAL. MILER CITY. M()OTANA. Every Evening Except ,unda.y. Terms of Scaariptio;. B1 MAIL, I1 ADYAN.CE. PiOSTAGtE PAID. ! Edition. m o e year ... ... $U...s _.--ly Edititn, -ix Y , mtl .... .. t. Edition, tone 'ioth..... i.t+t TO CITY St':.tRIIERuI. Scarrier. every eveting. It 25 c, it' per wee k. i WEEKLY EDITIti. YELt.,tt PIP1R. V ear ................ .. . . . .. ....... o x. I, Mouths .............. . ... . t ..i.ee 1,ntl.. ..........t Wednt.sday. IMay 24. l:3I3. rTE ETtll'ETiE (IF %T.5TtIONEIt.. •The latest in note papelr is a turke i red in color." writes an authority in fads and fashions. The mtoncranm Is stamped in black ,or silver." i tinues I this autocrat. and "whetl using this I paper one should write with a quill pen tipped with a brilliant red feather." Some at this season affect light green paper. typical of spring anti its young unions; others write on seal brown sheets 1 with golden ink. which is also spring like, in that it reminds one of.the burntt umber...

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. — 24 May 1893

A Chat About Dress Goods. Here are those beautiful and dressy fabrics which are conquer ing the town-stuffs in silk and wool serges in many colors; chall ies-dreams of loveliness--silk crepe, just laid on our counter, at Soc.; cheaper than cotton and twice as pretty. Black Waterproof Silk, so largely used for traveling pur poses. The real article, imported by E. T. Mason. of New York; price 75c per yard. Ladier rrady made wrapleri, new ,tock. $1.OU up to SU .') e.ch. Jackets and Capes dance to the tune of low prices for a few days. No last season styles here, and none to be carried over to next year. Small losses now are better than greater ones later, so the sale on Jackets commencing to-day will be especially interesting. A. flow l..y all ,,-,l ZuaV :uit in mnixe.l gre .y. size- t, ywar at 54.,.ll0-Co . ,t a ,e on each suit. The story is too long to tell; come a~d -sk for hot you want and judge for yourself. I came near forgetting to men tion the New I ome Sewing Ma chine. We have...

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. — 24 May 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Powder -,PLQIU'!'EL PURE CINCHINta Ul FOR TROUBLE SCar.4os Impulse That Soldiers Feel In Mgmeats of Danger. There were two men lowering a hear y asak of wine into a cellar the other day. and one of them asked his comrade to stand by a moment. The man stood ly, sad the first speaker took an extra hitch in the belt of his overalls. "That's queer," said Perry Ingram who was passing at the time. "I saw 10 men do that in the face of certain death and of the other 230 who were with ts I guess nine in every 10 did the same. I know 1 did anyhow. Can't tell why because I never thought the matter over but I'll swear that if I ever get into an other fix like that again I'll do the samu thing over. "It was during the Basutu warof 1Ai, I was a trooper there, and was oneof the 600 and odd that composed the Kimndsrh.v Horse. If there ever was a u-et of n i care-a-continental scal:wa-.,s in (Qui n Victoria's ulfiifrmn, it was that a;..,....

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. — 25 May 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 215. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGUT ATIONS. MAILS ('LOSE. term. Pneral anrd local ............. l) p. n. Eastern, ?or iinta eaLat of JamnCi.ton....ti. I...111. We rtern, general and lcal ........... ... 141 I. In. Western. for Helna alslY.. ........ i) p. nm. lpearfi. , Monday., Wednealays and Fr ·da . .......... :............ .....i.. 140 p. m. To iver, Mondlays., WW .lnlays and Fridays ........................... , p. m. Saturdlays.......... ......i4) p. in. opeti. .... • ..... · x am. eorder ...... .......................7 I. i. I order clmos ............. ......... 11. nm. ial-Office open frrom 12 to I p. m. (sAS. W. SEYDE. P. M. Iorthern Pacific Time Table. LEAVE MILE4 (CITY O)INO WEtST. No 1. Pacific Mail ...................9. 9( p. in. No .L Expres Freight ......... F....i...1 I a. i No 5l Pay Freight .... .............:.. . oi. I LEAVE MILES CITY GOING EAT. No Atlantic Mail ..................

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. — 25 May 1893

THE DAILY JOURNAL. MILES CITY. MONTANA. Every Eventng Except Sunday. Terms of Subscription. i 5 (IL., i .1 DV.YANE. p)T t(GC P'AID. F[yE itio n. yomy:tr........ . .. $1 k.x sir Ed.ition. »i mt .......... i SEdlition.. , mt f ..i ...... I.l. TO (ITY I-B». HIBLR'.. * carrier. every n. Vnilln. nt c.t . t-l.te p -r we., L WEEKLY EDITION, EI. ELLO1 P IPER. Y ear ........ . . ... . . ........ ...... $;..:. M nth il».. ...... ... . ... .. . . .. _'.4 M l th .... ... . ........ 1.. ' Thursday, May 25.. 1893. Tar sale of itO.(KW) of school bonds at Great Falls. Mont.. on Monday last at a premium of 23570 and accrued interest is evidence that the character of this class of securities is unimpaired by the the recent financial tlurry and that the stringency is relaxing. The premium paid is a trifle over three per cent or in figures 032.12t. on each$1.00. Judging from this sale. there seems to be good reason to believe that the 810.000 of bonds that District No. 1 of Custer county have for sale....

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. — 25 May 1893

A Chat About Dress Goods. Here are those beautiful ' and dressy fabrics which are conquer ing the town-stuffs in silk and wool serges in many colors; chall ies-dreams of loveliness---silk crepe, just laid on our counter, at 5oc.; cheaper than cotton and twice as pretty. Black Waterproof Silk, so largely used for traveling pur poses. The real article, imported by E. T. Mason. of New York; price 75c per yard. Ladiea ready made wrapperp, new stoek, S1.( lpl to l.t I eltch Jackets and Capes dance to the tune of low prices for a few days. No last season styles here, and none to be carried over to next year Small losses now are better than greater ones later, so the sale on Jackets commencing to-day will be especially interesting! .\ few IiN nlt win ii Zuvw. Suiits in mixr'd grir .*iz 4 t, . " r. at ..I -4. t av, .arh uit. The story is too long to tell; come atl ask for whot you want and jurdge for yourself. I came near forgetting to men tion the New Ilonic Scewin, M1a chine. We have it. ...

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. — 25 May 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power,-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. BKng Ik Po mder JnsrnLY Pum PLOWERS WITHOUT FRUIT. fi P thou thy words: the thoughts control So'er thee swell and throng. They will eondense within thy soul q And change to purpose strong. o unt he who lets his feelings run In ra': luxurious flow Shrinks when hard service must be done And faints at every woe. faith's meanest deed more favor bears Where hearts and wills are weihhdl Than brightest transport's choicest prayer Which bloom their hour and fade. -John Henry Newma'n A Dilsession Over White Cats. "Yes." said the man by the window who overheard our conversation. "it' true every time. gentlemen. that whit, cats are deaf." "Prove it," said one of the party who bad be..n disputing tlthe theory. "I can prove it as easy as rolling off a log. My old aunt down in the state of Maine raised a white cat. and she's alive and kicking yet. fur's I know-the cat. not my aunt-and she told nie-my aunt. not the cat-that the anim d w...

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