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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 8 June 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 226. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS ('LOSE. astern, gccneral tand kcal............ 4 '44t. In. Eaturn. fatt mal i....... ... .. ... 11!:,:1 p. i. Western, Ventral anlol IuR...a....... $ 4443,. In. castern faat mail........ ........... 4:li a. m. SIeartlsid., )4,ndaya. Wednesaay's andl Friday .... 7::11 i. nt. Tongue River, Monday,., 4.4' dminte dlay - nitd Fril .................. 7:D4 at. m. Sadien, Satu ........ ..* $ r p. tn. I nitwlton. Mo~ndays and r~4,. :t , n Iiatchft.ril Sga~cial . Monh..ay. andl Friday's ... .... . . 4444f p. in. Office i.e* .......................a A a. in. Offi cose....... .... i :0Itpn oanrry oder!l 6.. ae................ , . mn. ietry clone... ... 7101'4.111. diays-4filce op.*n frnim 124to 1p. in. ('HAa. W. S4F144 P. M. Northern Pacific Time Table. LEAVE3 II.Ea CITY 4OING naT. No I. Pacific Expree...... .. ...... a4 !S a. in. No.:1. Pacific Maii .............

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 June 1893

TCHE DAILY J.OURNAL. MILEKS CITY. MIONT.tLN . Every Evening Exreplt unlday. Terms of Slubsription. 3! SAI., IN A IA.\N('E. P 1r tie P llD. Sal iy" , l. -;-.n,,tdh+. ....... ... li,,. TcTl ITY Eliti. i L:.t . By carrier, .+try . ,.ni:,. ait e- cit- i;,r w-Ik. WEEKLY EDITION. Y tLLO. lL .\:'t::. Year . ....... . . .. ....... . .. ..:'.a, TýhrM i- .. I.C e l ,,t! h .. . ... . . ... . .. .. .. 1.,ý, 'h u·r~l., ..lone *. l I:i. It is a somlwhat singular condition of of atffairs that permits the lcati ,llof i. band of Cana. lian Indians near the cit? of Butte in this state, and hall es it t'1 the county commissioners of Silver BIow county to adjust the international ,lues tion of trespass arising therefrom. As we remember the history of this inva sion. the Butte people were rather proud at first of possessing an Indian contin gent which added to the bizarre and picturesque aspect of their streets and rounded out the claim of cosmopolitan ism that the Butteites have so strenu ously made. I...

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 June 1893

Big Sale on Shirts! I lot fine Negligce Shirts in light and medium colors. Choice patterns selected for the best trade; bought to sell at $2.25 and $2.50. Your choice this salc StI.o. I lot marked to sell at $2.oo and $1.75, reduced down to 1.2;5. This is an especially desirable lot of shirts. Notice a few samples at our store front. I lot were $1.25, $1.00, 75c; all go down to 5oc.; your choice. We are determined to make this Shirt Sale the biggest in our his tory. There i· better style, more value and comprehenivce variety for your money than ever offered by any shirt hou-e in .\merica This is big talk \\'e reccknize that: but this is a lig Talc. uver 2.ooo garmenlts received es.pecially to awaken the men (,f Miles City from their iethary'. The man who fails to respond to this call will he too tired to rise at the last trumpet. Big Shirt Sale at THE I)AILY .IOURN AL MILES CITV, MONTANA. t JO.URNAL WIEATHER REPORT. "' .mo .' | etc Temp. Win.Id Weater. 7th "a 57 . 74NW.. ' lear ( tt...

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 June 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. E Powder ABSO JJrELY PURE r AUX YEUX. Otese Cupid was weeping in pain and dismal And railing at cheating and theft. fr he'd last both his bow and his arrows ma play And all of a quiver was left. "what arms have I now."eted the child tin despair. "Ti. kindle the heart into flamet My power is vanishedi Oh, ill shall I fare In I:lds that are loveless and tame." At the thoughotof this itterest cup he must Sup His tears into rivulets ran. But they suddenly stopped, and a laugh bnu bled up' To ila lips, for he thouught of a plan "How fadHlish. how toulish. this sorrow to lho.'. To fill a!1 the air with my sighs: For what is the need of my arms: andl how When I can uA. :ellie'sgray ets.s" -Rowan Stevens in Kate Field's \Wasiingtio. Staggered by Finger Bowls. A very :lnn-tl"n! ' s" ate occdrred once while I was wcrv.:: ;t lady a:id ge.t -c man ot the u .._.: i;.liable ul etart type. They were ge ..-.y IgYtnrant of the ut-: elemen...

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. — 9 June 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 227. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 9, x893 PRICE FIVE CETE POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS ('LOSE. Eaatern. gairid an xud local....... 1 (Iii. in Eaatern. Itit mail . 1::.. n. Weatern, g.nral .Ind I ina...i....... t lF. In Wstrn. tt ma.il...... a. n Blnardol., Moa,.Iays, Wrinreirlad and Frida atn................ .... 7:31i i. n. Tonguie Iiert. Mondays. Wr~einm, dasrrjRnd Fri l i .. ............. . i: 114. :f. A. Ntno r dainn . ... ....... ...F . :31p.. ni Htatrlhtinl Special ,3ln.layi at.d Fri i ds i.... . ....................... $ i0 p. In. Odkr ol·rr."u ... ..... .... ......... ..I'.111 Office ix."e...........4a i!na. : Yiini")'y..rer .m . ....n........... a. 41p. in, 1b lirtry lro.. . ....... ... t.. . . . : 1 tn. Sunday.-Ofli1ci .qIi. trim.1S to, I I. nm. (nn.\. V. SEtDE. 1'. 31. Northern Pacific Time Table. LEAVE YllrF, ('ITY OlnfS; 1I EMT N . 1 Pn(riti.Expert.-. ...r. ... .... 4 ii. x.n. Ni..3. Pa'ific Mail .. . ........ I ail . . . . ...

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. — 9 June 1893

THE DAILY JOULRNAL. MILS11 CITY. MONTANA. Every Evenlt. Ezcept Sonday. Terms ,of Subsvaripti,,. BT M IL, IN 1An ..( E. ptOTr 1aE I miT). y Editian. i, n,,trl... . 1.( In' Eatititt,. tit sa,,tht .. . . i . • ".. TO (CITY T I t .ttIiBEfir . i earrier, every ev,'niru . at c. c.lt- i..r wN.. K. WK.EKLT KDITItiN. YELL, ' PAPER. Y eart .... ................... . . it x L i Friday. June It. IS.. WHE'. A.-Z i_'. LACIES.' Igs. ,John I. Nurpri-',It to I :-cover That It I No., All ."f the Tinsu. "I ha.l an , : - a', today." a:aid Mrs. John as sa.r i,. :t' a hit of her soup bread last t. at an t ltgantt daintily to ip her cream of aslara:us. "You have so many." I replied, "that it shou ld 1. no novrtlty. anud they are all interesting," Ifi-ishlt-l invitinaly. though I knew I should get the "experinence without this little su;p. Mrs. John umtrely ar;tlced her eyebrows "It was a tmall one." sle went on, "but if is one omf .-o many similar that i( met me to thi:.Xinig afterward during my ride up 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. — 9 June 1893

Big Sale on Shirts! I lot fine Negligee Shirts in light and medium colors. Choice patterns selected for the best trade; bought to sell at $2.25 and $2.50o. Your choice this sale Si.;o. I lot marked to sell at S2.oo and $1.75. reduced down to $1.25. This is an especially desirable lot of shirts. Notice a few samples at our store front. I lot were St.2;. S.0oo. 7;c; all go dlown to Soc.: your choice. We are determined to make thi Shirt Sale the biggest in our his tory. There i. hbitter style. more value and cx nllrel': lenile v\ariety. for your money than ever offcrei by any shirt h eu-c in .\merica. This i.s bhi ti:, \We rec,,gni' that; but this a : , ale. , L 2,.,o varilient, r'ei\< er I e.'lc(',,L to anaken the mten itf lilt (-its frmi their letlhargy. The mm who faiRl t rt -poind to th:- call will lv too tired to risc at the last trumpet. Big Shirt Sale at THE DAI1 .IOURNAI, MILE% CITY,. MO.NT.SAN. .I.II'RNASI WE:.tTHER IREPOIIT. te I Temp Wind Weather. "th A t .. ... . %.NW IO...

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. — 9 June 1893

Highest of all in Lcavening Power.--Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Powder AM "OEJLTELY PURE TO OAE WHO GAVE IT. "0nly n t.o2.: lol r.:" There as noname Upon the slc;n r r: l:et. and they blame The malu who wlut.l not lars for all to view The soul of her \ he trustetl hint: he knew To whom btlItonged that curl of softest hair. And thus lite rote, dettrminetl to leave there No trace whith to the world might ever show Who was the woman that loved hint so. But all who love have relits: on mny e.art There rests a locket, andl never part By day or nlight with nset small tress of hair, Yet must I tell the world who placed it there Within the Ioeket: call on all to see My greatL est easnture. oay 'twas given to me By one I l hot, lwhoit1s Ite nlit again. And slow to curiolt: e es my love is vain? And turlstIo u.t to n!l that olhen I wake I find any hand clte CIlateo it for the sake Of one Aroiu wihotl I took that tress of hair Which now is mine, say that I wreathe a Tthat G;ou . ilu blartl keet...

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. — 10 June 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 228. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, JUNE to, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. 4.\ lL4 t L4OS. Emitter... ,!'"neral anlr l lo ca ...... '4444ot n) Enatern,. Iat i.l,.il .. ... ........ l3: 1'_:_1. tn. Woor i. ugfrlIral :uIllicit] .......... 1 4101',.111. W,,ru,.fartmail...... ........m..... `1':, it. tn. SpoarIol.. MTh. 44yr, W14m4:43ea.hry a,,d4 Fritiay .. ... .: a. 14. THuguO Rit-,r, Mom,4',yo, WpIut*,. dai, iad Frits. r......... ...'p' ;a in. Tladie, Kat un in. w............... .... :401 . in Ohio.ltlln. Monday. - a. . .rI ..':A) . Il Rlrrlrlldurd Sp"'cial, Monnlalt" :n "I Fridayr ........................ .. .;((t p. n. Office .rpetnln .... . .. .. . ... :' t l Ohic,. clo.,.. . . l. Mone.yorder e.I.ltl4... ..... 4: Vp. n,. Rioo,.try c,.,. ... ... ... ... 1 t4 . 8undayo Offio, osn", fron 4.4 tot I i. in. 11'R4». W. IA t4 E P. M. Northern Pacific Time Table. I.E t010 M44.04 (-ITT 44)1444 V.4 tT. No 1. Paeritc Elpn",.. .. 45... ý:}...

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. — 10 June 1893

THE DAILY JOU'RNA L. MILES4 CITY. MONTAN.%. Every Elvenng Except vunul.ty. Tcr,,aH f StlebmijdtioI. BY \It1I.. I\ ..DV\\'E. r.ý-r \..E: It II. all) u.:t·i. -ix n l . ..lt-.... . . "ý ail) E'ih[.i . ..n.." nltl l Sy crrt.r. *rvyr ."1'."I i . It :r"t C I... x.pr WEEML) EDITI1IN. tI.LL'II P 111.11. t yýr ar.......... .. rev Mu.nli............ 111. Saturday. Junellt 110. 1J:):;. +.l EsTIOTN| IttI.iS. A., uIIIuHailit-:, One of the chief elements tending t. the storied famne Ind prosperity of Rtore was that all roads led to the "'Eternal City." From whatever direction the traveler came his footsteps were guided to Rome and eventually his tetltdi were put in circulation there. Not that there were no other roads in the country. but that those that led to Rome were so much easier. pleasanter and safer to travel up on that even though they took the travelor out of his way slightly, he benetitted so largely in the respects mentioned, that he was not only content. but glad to pay tribute to Rom...

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. — 10 June 1893

!1f Big Sale on Shirts! a lot fine Negligce Shirts in light and medium colors. Choice patterns selected for the best trade: bought to sell at $2.25 and $2.50. Your choice this sale Si..o. I lot marked to sell at S..oo and $1.75, reduced down to Si.2;. This is an especially desirable lot of shirts. Notice a few samples at our store front. I lot were $1.25, Si.oo, 75c: all go down to 5oc.; your choice. We are determined to make this Shirt S`ale the biggest in our lis tory. There i- lctter stylt. mflon value and ,mlprclhensive variety for yourr n', e thLtan eve.r offered by any -hirt h l:-e in .\Americar "lhi -i. '. ly t; :, ? W e rue ,nize that; buh t : .. ai .; .ale. 2.000 'ar. metst> r ce i \ < A - ci. ,y to ;txti.k In the men of \lilj.l City from their lethargy. The mian who fais; to r.-po ,11 to thl- ca!, will ble too tired to rise at the last trti ilp 't. Big Shin Sale at THE DAI,. .JOUlRNAL MILES CITY. MONTANA. .lo'H)N.Ia. WEATHER REPORT. ,a r T,.n.. Wini Weather. "tih a 9...

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. — 10 June 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. _ Powder ABSOJUTELY PURE QUESTIONS FOI NYE. Mtl DEVOTES HIMSELF TO SOME ANX IOUS CORRESPONDENTS. Advice to a Man Who Has Been ufflrling terom Lung Trouble-Weartin Another Man's Trousers In a Strange Town-Re marks on 'armning. lCoptyrtalt. I.al. by Edgar W. Nye.j Onte more it becomes nec, ;:try to make answer to a number of correspond ents whose letters I have carried until they are worn and soiled-not the cor respondents. but tile letters. Boot and Shoe M.an. St. Louis. says: "I. have been selling tIswts and shoes the past year through Kntueky arid write to as! vo(n why thei wrltir:g ta;lht! in the hotel roorr, avlways have a ittle slit in the mtitdle on the ioit of the tableh 'l write .. , deal. w, ,h tto t'.pe what I can : * w: td ptrt itf it. f it be in t im d r r :. r' { 'rl"" or f,,or chariv wily n,. Il :.. 1 .: th; .pastor or 'For the pjorv I do unt know , i-:i;'t! wutit It is for, but hat ie te, l toll t o all its ...

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. — 12 June 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 229. MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, JUNE 12, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MIAILS ('LOSEE. ltsternl,,grn." l and I-l. -.. vI. '.n.I tI..tI* Mtern, R ,"ncraill ···.... ..a..... ý:,L', p. n,. Weste.rn, fuant maiil. . ..., ... +:I:,t. on 8Retr.3 Friulat,,~.... ..:..a n Toeatirna. iti..,,,. M~i, W t.3,.i-. dayrd Frid3ay.s.... 7 :: a. m. Ktnwit.Re. M.. ··.... n. )I''II1· Friciw... . . MOney ml,3..r ci........ ...... Sp . -4 It Il. t Knnall ltn -. ic~ruI) 4 alndn. i!.r, . 30. 3l p3 Northernt Pacific Time Table, 3ESd. c IilE L.i...... .... . . . . 4.T N..)1 PiEntle3'xj -, 3i~ ,,.. 33iwFti . ... 33 .'I Na.A. W. S,, 1,t:,3,'.t Official Directoryi LI~~' ·II3~r Li t' IL. ut-b. 330N. tien.i:3 Nn1 a ifi Ex r 3, .. -k " 3,3....m SS 11xy Fr."lt,, All . in u.t. 3 ni t iitlr.. I:. ,,r Nn 33t Ill V t 11.t ft.. Is)iF-3 , 4. - r. --- - Ii'" n: M:'itrri n ... .t £ 33 ' ll,3. Dr 3.,.'..t 33,-a-ut.. rn.,. 3. .i, :;: rd-. 33 3u - L i..- i".ti,..' 1 .":....

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. — 12 June 1893

THE DAILY .Iiº'X SA L. MIL3% CITVY. IMNT.%N %. -4 EIvry EvEI inE Except muslduy. Terms ci (f Slul,·((.pil~fi·,O Da l) Fda. ts .. II:.,1'III '"·' 1ltr it 11 ... .. .· · ·· % :'" errflMi.utiI e . .... .. . SMonday, June 12, 18903. DuaRI.. the iext two w"-cks., three otCed examplars of the dramatic art will visit Montana. who. if Miles City was possesseel of at public hall. wculI probal . ly have include-dl this pIlu'e ini their list of engagements. To have, witnesed a performance by Richard Mansfield. Nat (,Guodwin cer Mrs. W1..l. hlorence would in deed have been a treat for Milee City. but as we have no lh.ce suitable for public entertainiments. we must content ouhselves with congrat ulating the places that are so favored. Mlaking Lose to tHh Owa Wife. "Did you ever h-ar fi a man marrying his own wifey" usked Harvey Kuttner of a party of g")ed listeners last night. "I don't mean a divorced couple getting remarried, but a couple really going through the marriage ceremony a sec oud tim...

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. — 12 June 1893

Bound to Go! Ccrtaiuly that is the case with our stock of Men's Shirts. Over 500 of them distributec last week, but there are 15oo left They are worth from S$.75 te $2.5o, but we throw them into twe huge lots at $i.25 and S1.5o. W\e don't have to talk ourselves hoarse to sell them at that price. This is a flyer, and you have to be on hand to make the catch. int, to make the sale still more attractive (and this is to be the greatest effort yet), we put in a comihpltc line of Men's Silk Un derwear. Value, $7.0oo per suit. Nnd sold at that price in all fur '. 'Nug go.,,ds houses. W . cl.-. ti ..,t at ' h.. .u.lt. These are high ',ra;dc silk gar ments manuft. .bureti bI the :. I. Hlill Manufactur';ng (.,.. and every garment giuarantc.d by them. They are ltrfetct titting. e'a-tic. ribbed. oblor crIamn. i) . r-. ;S t.. In . .1 wink is as good( as a nod to a blind mILan. The sizes will soon be broken. That is to say, a suit of silk underwear low at $7.oo don't hunt long for a buyer at $4.5...

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. — 12 June 1893

Fighcst of all in Leavening Power.- Latest U. S. Gov't Report. F Powder A WMOJl.ltY PURE A CANA IN CRIMEA. THE AGE AND HISTORY OF A WORLD'S WONDER UNKNOWN. A Oreat Waterway Which a Ruslsan ngt. seer Think. WaSla ilt as a meras of De ease In Ancilet Times-A Detailed Ar emnat of the Wonderful Structure. The great Rus-jian engineer Melni koff writes from Odessa to the Smith sonian institution describing the ruins of an ancient canal discovered in the Crimea. which he regards as one of the wonders of the world. It is certainly 27 centuries old. and amnong snlilar anll'il'lt objectsof historic interest is ac,,1., onrly in age to the, great pyramids. The hacng ing gard, ns of Babylon and the .C , l, of Rhodes ar.e r,'u dtel ' Iwi th tm dellear nmyvt4nfles t 1' i " '" :1"xi-'tnt1e of this great ditch, who. " rui, ..'".n be It r. .1 f.r a long distan t 'l ':1ro..u . 'lt .'rit. .1an i ,in. Whether it t: i' w:tr. 'wtay iii ell, ,,ikn tim4.'e. I t:»1tth f .r' 4.r11 t - mere( l.twe- n the DC.ek...

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. — 13 June 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 230. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. Kastiri, t ii rird and d.Mrt. ......... ý 40t it, grwlarir ll. falrt ;,l;:i! .. .. .. ... .. .. l"2:L'i p. i1. Wreti'rn, . In :lal a. Wrertrrn, tart lnnll .. ...rl~ ........... ...: a. m.l jnrarli-ih. Wi'.. .iindn y ant[ Fl ridrq'. . . r .. . ' ,rl. 11, Tiaitn i River. Motn iii. 1)' 'Al iii i..a titr il. Frid y.. ............... i ii1i. in............. 2i:11 . i OFridlyr .................. ........ t 11ip. in,. Office ol,,-~n.. ... ........... YOfl ·e rle."X. .. ... . .... iIX l, n Niane)yinlrdcliiiui .... .......... 4:t0.i. Rn'gintr3' chini. . ... 7 .Al p. tii. Suahlayen (ttici. i Itun frimi12 o ii I. in lit in. W. Sinat. P. N. Northern Pacific Time Table. Ni. I. lainied. En ;n'i.... .,:1.. . in, \o.:1:. I'aritir Mail ... . ............. 11 :_411'~. Ill, Nti:.4 Exp~re..s Iirtinlt.i ...... I:2.1 p..m Nti 5n ay Fr:ight.cI.. ... `:410 a. ill, I.E.\\'E II.1:...

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. — 13 June 1893

THE DAILY JOURNAL MILE. CITV, MONTANA. Every Evening Exrept Sunday. Terms of SaubsLription. t1) Editum, ,nei 'ar ...... . ic.' < l" Editi,,on. six nht.. . .t, any .ditio. n , qm- l. ,nth ..... TO CI'TY U.B%,RHI -LR! ., Sl carrier, tvery ev,.n'ing. at .2' c' nit, tpr w., k WEEKLY EDITION. YELLOW PiI'Eii. tYear ................ .... . . . . ,:t Mont h ........ ...... ... . .... 1. Wednesday. June 1:1 18193. THE closing of the western bank ol Itismoula will only Ie temporary anti was occasioned solely by inability to im mediately respond to a demand for ý25. 000 of county funds which was on de posit. It transpires now that the banl bas for the past sixty days nmanfull stood up under a continued *'run" in duced by rumors concerning the HIig gins estate. As it was a private bank its stability rested entirely upon the Higginsestate. which rumor said. was to be involved in costly litigation. Thi feeling of insecurity thus around spread slowly through the community and da, after day the ...

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. — 13 June 1893

Bound to Go! Certaiuly that is the case with our stock of Mcn's Shirts. Over 500 of them distributed last week, but there are 1ioo left. They are worth from $1.75 to $2.50, but we throw them into two huge lots at $1.25 and S1r.o. We don't have to talk ourselves hoarse to sell them at that price. This is a flyer, and you have to be on hand to make the catch. Bnt, to make the sale still more attractive (and this is to be the greatest effort yet), we put in a complete line of Men's Silk Un derwear. Value. S7.oo per suit. and sold at that price in all fur nishing goods houses. W. I,',w" 111' . t. :at {|. * tJl.",',it. These are hi -h grade silk gar ments manufact urel b" the R. i. hlill Manuf:titlingd (.o.. and'verv garment tguar;lntlt Iy th'tlll. Tht'y art ;2.c lc t ittilng. elastic. ribbed, co,'r ,: cam. .A wink is as good as a nod to a blind man. The sizes will soon be broken. That is to say, a suit ,f silk underwear low at $7.oo lon't hunt long f ,r a buyer at $4.50. & oooý - oo...

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. — 13 June 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.- Latest U. S. Gov't Report. ___E Powder AB5OGJJThLY PURE AT A CABLE S rATION. WOLATED OPERATORS LIVE IN A WORLD ALL THEIR OWN. Fieterrsqse Seenes at the American Ter minus of the Great Transatlantic Cables Thirty Men Ure a Peculiar Kind of Es tatenee by Themselvrs. To an outsider the words "life at a cable station" convey a vague sort of meaning. such as the term "life on board ship" would imply to one who had nev er been to sea. The very peculiarity of cable life attaches to it somethinia of a special interest. It will be my endeavor here to portray as far as poe-ible what life is at one of the busilst and ino.it itm portant cable stations in the world, land ing two ocean cables from Waterville. Ireland. two from New York city. one of which is jer;.t:1 direct f:',rm Wall street: also at cable to :'r. Pie:r;., Mjique Ion, and wortlnilnt a direct 1..: .1 s}ystem in conn.ectii ii v _: i:.l ovir the Cana dian Pacific railwyr. It is a well known fact t...

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