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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 14 June 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOTRNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 231. MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENT$ POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. Vstern. fiwnttout Hod1sa...... Ix 2. p.In setunin. fast m:nill. . .. . . 1:In 1,.n. S trarlio. N.,nrr l awl .,cly .W etrf W*iI.. . Io..,. iy. partisll Mrnday.. WIto.iyt an r-a". ti.i.Totgure Rlvter. Minslats, KWilor"s Saysdli..i4800ri ....... 21411.7:5t . Ito. Sad! liatuI 14;n,ut. ....... 2 u p n tl Fri~t . oday;:+!VIr1"...i.4)9 p. in. Omeihori Mipe Ol MIna S a m. Offceeyts,rdrr. .ui. 4 alit p. in. R gl..ry cl~ues . .. 7:.11 p. .i $un.1ays -Officetopq-In friom tt I4? p. m. ('HAS. W.i 14IODE. P. M. Northern Pacific Time Table. LKAVE MILES CITY 00tN(: WITT. No, 1. Pacific Exprioso....... ..a:15 .,, . No.. :1. I'ncittc Mail.... .... ....II : t p. tn. No.13 Expr*.ni Freigh~t..........I I :$t p. it.. No 55 WaY Freighlt.......'.... :I)ia. on. L.EAVL MIIILEI tITY 03o~iIi FAT. \ni. 1 Atolantic Exo."s.. .451t. no. Ni. 4 .%t at. t tii Mauil 4:2 04 to. No 54 Exnt ...

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. — 14 June 1893

THE DAILY JOURNAL. MILES CITY, 'tONTAN.A. Every EveFtinl Eseept Knundly. Terms of .Sub.'ritifn.n. BY Y',L. IN 11.11\,1:. Pow 4 +.1Lit11D. Daily Fliti." n. . . Daily Editin .. ijx -. t . . u Tn I IT', s: Us"RIaER .. 14 Carri r. ivlrt.v e .:in l.i at ct; p.r wi-k. WEEKLY EtIiTiiiN. Y'LI.Lni PliES.. SYear.* .. . .. . . .. . . . . . . Lie, M al nthl .. .. ... .. . .. !M ree .liah" .... u t... h e........ 1.."I Wednesday. June 14, 15;1.3. IT NOr infrequeintlyhappenstluat when a man of mature years embarks in a new business abounding in technical expres sions. he tinds it hard to get the hang of the new "lingo and sufrers in the esti mation of his business associates there by. It is not so with Skew Johnson. who though only recently embarged in the sheep business. has mastered all of the intricacies of sheep talk, and now discourses fluently - with the best of 'em" on the prospects. Only yesterday he was heard to say that he did not think his lamb clip was qaite up to the average, but tha...

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. — 14 June 1893

Bound to Go! Certaiuly that is the case with our stock of Men's Shirts. Over 500 of them distributed last week, but there are I oo left. They are worth from SI.7; to $2.5o, but we throw them into two huge lots at S.25 and $1.5o. 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. lnt, to make the sale still more attractive (and this is to be theF greatest effort yet). we put in a complete line of Men's Silk Un derwear. Value, $7.oo per suit, and sold at that price in all fur nishing goods houses. Wr. m,(, th." Itat M. th -nit. These are high grade silk gar ments manufactured by the 1<. r I lill Manufacturing Go.. and every garment guaranteed by themn. They are perfect fitting, elastic. ribbed, col r rf amn. siz. a Sh~irtr. 32 t,, 4,t. Sizj,,. I rost r., :01 t. 3:. .1 wink is as good as a nod to a blind man. The sizes will soon be broken. That is to say. a suit of silk underwear low at S7.00 don't hunt l...

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. — 14 June 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report O 1MA MY PURE TDEtAL NEWSPAPERS. THEY EXIST FOR ALL CLASSES OF SO CIETY AND NOT FOR ONE. Whereai Les the Vault oe msot latefli. gest Cetic ium of the modern Xewspa. permand Their Netheds of tistheriagsad Premestisn the N4ews. The Massachusetts society For the Promotion of Good Citizenship has late ly been addressed by several distinguish ed gentlemen in a series of lectures upon the subject of journalism, and the re sult should be a clear understanding of what is necessary to constitute the ideal newspaper Unfortunately, however. these philosophers are at hopeless con trarcse No two of them agree upon any essential lpont They have conflict ing niiws not only as to the casual fea tures of the cast- bui' Also a- to the fundamental facts What one consid ers a drawback anoth r declars to be an advantage Their m:t i: 1- of anal ysas and judgment difler as widely as if they were designed s inply to bewilder the average mind Tt ....

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. — 15 June 1893

VOLUMTHE YELLOWSTONE JOUURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 232. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JUNE '5, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS ('LOSE. att i t ar rail H Eal a II, ai .. .. ... 40. IIn. sta rn, fa t a l ,aai . . . . .:: Ia p. a. t rn .a ad h l ......a.a .. I."01 I,. hi. Western. fast mail ..... . .. .... .. .:l a. mn. Spearfish, Mondaays, W*liu.iaays andl rid . . . .... ; : t. m. ToOnue River. M.ialayT., Wi'Tabn day d Fri L ............ ...... : a. . sti , natirAaye .... . ......... . . IttI p. Ill. Knswltosn. Ni aalitya anal Fridalss.... 3.*l) Ip. m. BiAtehftord Ssc.ai. M.3,'aai .1aal F r ida .. ............ ........... . . . 0 I0cr ....s ..................... n :l.E a. Il. Oi c e.s.... ...................... 45na p. m. go. oey ordiar eh , , s ................... 4 t.q I. fit. Sundaya--Officta p.rtl fro.,, IZto 1 p. 1. ('HAS. W. SiDE. .1M. Northern Pacific Time Table. LE'IVE MIIS 'lIT1 UG(ING E-E1. No I. Paeifric s r ............... a No.:t. Pacifl Miail ... ...........

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 June 1893

THE DAILY .JOURNAL M|ILES CITY. MONT.ANA. Every Eveniag Except unmlny. Terms of Sbsc,'ription. BY Mti1. IN 4t ii s, ,. Po r.ltr P vllt,. Elv.itl. +i... ++ ar.... ..$1,0 Editio., rix m th ............. . y Ed'ituion. ot mouth ... ....... ... I.m t -,,carrier. ..irry v.oa ir°r. tt + c, - t- p-r w,...k WEEKLY EDIFTIIN. YELLOW P%4PER. r e alr ........... . . ......... a ..SLI w it hr . .. .11 Thurslay..June 1:i. 1P9.3. Evt:vl..se will rejoice, to hear thae retribution has come at last to the Nia gara Falls hackmen. The New Yor:k Central has farmed out the privilege ol entering its station or yards for the pur pose of soliciting passengers to a singhl company of cab owners and only their teams can come within shouting distantc of the station. At this the independ end hackmen are howling with rage anti have arranged to attack the monopol. .in the courts. Meanwhile Mr. Depew amiles and says they can accomplish nothing. He claims that the concession is granted only upon condition that reaso...

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 June 1893

Bound to Go! Ccrtaiuly that is the case with our stock of lMen's Shirts. Over 500 of them distributed last week, but there are 15oo left. They are worth from St.75 to $2.50, but we throw them into two huge lots at $1.25 and $1.50. 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. But, 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 In derwear. Value. $7.00 per suit, and sold at that price in all fur nishing goods houses. W , elo".." e t" 1-,|t s4. # . th. "u, t. These are Iiu.h grade silk gar ments manifacturetl Iby the R. -. I [ill Manufact tring (.o.., and e.erv garment gtar ltncd by them. The y are pterfect ttl ing. clattic, ribbed, coior cream.t. , Iz Dra . r...i to .:. .\ -ink i- as good as a nt.) to a blind man. The sizes will soon be broken. That is to say, a suit of silk indervwear low at S;.oo don't hutt long for a buyer...

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 June 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't leport. Bang ___ Powder ABSO!LrELY PtURE r' A RECONCILIATION. I dp gct know - . I were wrong or yout S It grieves nse mo To t hink I pave yo pmt That I my gift must rre And take it back again. Idonot know If you or I were right; TY :r tears have caused me woe. And if you weep stain S I ha.l grow more contrite And aolet all your pain. I do not know 1 Nor cafe which one was right. for when your dear eyes flow I cannot speak for pain. And tear moists blind my sight Until you smile again. So let i, go We may have both beenl wrong. Or partly so. But in is purged by Iain. Antd y'tl ntil, are tt rrnt 'i' ontl and heal ,tesia. -Ella I . i t'ly er in II trlt.r's Hazar Te Casutom ot Catll *itlg "'leter l'ence." The rntotfio *f cnlt'ctinlu "'ieter pence.' or "Rotme ecot.' as it I' .tl'tlttimes called, is of ancient orig.l If tile cus tom is fairly undersino by the ,outside world, it consists of e ttlng aside one day out of each year fr taki...

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 June 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 233. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JUNE t6, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS (LOtSE. toarn, gtnerl ndn, ocal ......... grin ri nd. 1at*rn. ful:t mil i . l p:2. . in,. getern, amoraI tnod local .. ........ . M II. la, Western, fast mail...... . :t. a. n, Spearfish, Momndaysl , Wrlnesiday ain Friday.. . .......... ::i . In, Tongue Milvr, MondIays. Wyalnus da ndFridays .....:31) . m. ti~ie. Saturday ............ 24Nio. in, MIA;rMlay and Frilrlat. . 7 14) g. n. ilatcflfrl Sprnciad. Millnlaya anid d ridays .......... 4..... 44. AX)4p. in. open p e n. . ":1a.in. ek an...............s...... . in. Ilrneyiierelie...... .......... a li p. in, Ue tihir Chasrs ... .... .. 7 lAPp. 01. Sundaya-Office open from 12 to 1 p. in. ('HAd. W. 4ittrE. I'. M. Nefthsrn Pacific Time Table. IEAE U ii .lECI'T (it) 4ii A LeT. No 1. Pacitfic r pens ................. " pela. m. No. 3. Pacific MSail. . .... ........ 11 :.u. in. No 53Expressa Freight .. .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. — 16 June 1893

?HE DAILY .TOURNAL. MILEM CITY, MONTANt. vewry Eveniag Earept Munnday. Terms of Sulb'cription. B9 MAIL, IN ItDANME. PINmT iE PAID. -- ly Editia,. cix m,.tlh ... .. SElition,. mon, h ...l... .. 1.1. TO P`ITY .1v"UItI.ILERM. r earrier, ,tiry *iv.IiihI. at elnti. lper wi-k. WEEKLY EDITIO,N, YLI.I.lW PAPER? Yea ..... ............. .,1 Slltl I.... ...... S-iet Montthi ........... . . . I.... Fridla ..tun ' lI. I, ! U . TrtE New York Heraldannounces with much apparent satisfaction that Mr. W. A. Clarke of Montana has purchased a residence site in tile heart of fashion able New York. with the evillent intein tion of making his hoIlme there. The fact that Mr. (lark is reputed to Ie worth t'20,(10.000 now. with plenty move in sight. appears to be the nmoving cause of the Herald's satisfaction. ShAuld Mr. Clark fultill the Herald's. expecta lion. it is not improbable that he will take a hand in New York politics, the first more naturally being the transfer of the Butte Miner to Gotham and 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. — 16 June 1893

Bound to Go! Ccrtaiuly that is the case with our stock of Men's Shirts. Over ;oo of them distributed last week, but there are ;oo left. They are worth from $1.75 to $2.50, but we throw them into two huge lots at $1.25 and $1.50. 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. 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, $7.0o per suit, and -old at that price in all fur nishing goods houses. W .d" o e... thf" !,· tit ..1. t h t , i. These arre l::i1i grade silk gar ments manufactured Iy the !L. E. } ll! Manufacturing (..., and every garment g.;aran!ltc, d by tilhIt. They are l.,,!,'t i t',ing. ela'tic. riblid. col, r . rea;m. S.iz.. Shirt-.:. tt it. .\ wink is as g.ol as a nod toi a blind man. The sizes will soon be broken. That is to say, a suit. of silk undelrwear low at $7.0oo don't hunt long fr a...

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 June 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. ~bd hBakirgJ _m- Powder A SOIJJTELY PURE OIDN'T KNOW HER. se entered the ear with an offhand gras~ An easy smile. at t-a :ample case. Two seats in one diid he lightly whirl Cs from :a not ill looking girl a novel.tte and a cartwheel hat. "AlMe, by Jerve: will have a chat Ere we have ',one ten miles." he said As he fitted hii skull cap on his head. "The girls who travel in Texas are Soft s:ap., a- a ru!, too fresh by far. Just lend t'* 'n a t·,w - lift the window sash-. N9o trouble at all to make a mash." Bedid not kor:w that the Inriden small Had been in the road two years last fall; A female drummer, with "grip" l immense, And a lot of good, shrewel common sense. This is the time a;,n I rolwr caper: "Miss. will t o look i. the morning Ialwr?" And there on the rtarein the olaii.i'n read .To do you a favor 1'd :ire my hto That I might rena l; tar:. per.-hnet.. One gentle word-one kin:dly glance.". The e'^lrt- V. hltled: t!...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 17 June 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 234. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULTIONS. MAILS ('LOSE. &tant·rr. u,·l,."r : and Ir* ·il: ..... . . . t. t Eantrrn. furt utlai ................ I ýa.. m, Wrntirrii.uirral :Iturf Ii..ci .. . Weptrzi. fiirti i ..il...... .. . . .. . Sp"auritidi. Mama ty.. W1'dir.dtiin aid Friatat . ..5,a. in. Tonitna P. ..maaa la( . Witnau. dayntnal ..i. .... 3 al. in. Smile·, Saturday- . .... .. ix{,i. ~r".iwitiuii Sli.iataih~. andl Friihtay~... 7 ::a. p. its. Btia'rIjfiira t.j rianl. 'it lnata .-.tat F iita ..... ....... ............ . i . Ofik ..{~r> ... .. .... .. :l~ .t. , I. O fl r'clr. "i ... .. .... u RRr1;.try rl,,·s". at Snndayn-() lir e (lrl~t 'r.... 1 i t. I {.. nt. aagaarn. W. Ie n.I. Northern Pacific iime Tabu. Not 53 Exjaran.t..Fr tidal.. .. .. 1 ::Z1' I.. in. N.. Mi Wiay Fr"iara .. -:ITt it. in. I F:1\': MIlu,.:." i a i-i i.:PN. i T. N1. 2.'iIulattrla Inx{r"". . .. 1:,.:.. n Ni n .\tlExrr Nai...

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 June 1893

T.E DAILY JOURNAL. MILES CITY, MONTANA. Every Evenin Exreptl unday. Terms of Sulb.rcrilti-n. IT M(!LI. I`~!~ A .P -U. it.TA . rID. t l1) E.|itit~n. . h. oa _etr . ... . .... ......$ It i' f lt Editi,.t. rix tn l . .. ..... " .,,i f ily" E .|tti, . .. :..," ,th . . .. .. ... .t ,,, 37 carrier. -v.ry .l.ntin,. :tt .' r.t.t o I.l- w.I Lk. W ELtl EDITt, . llt:,lI..tL PAP,'t:,t. YH ear ........ ... ............{I 6 oltutn......... ... .. . .. 1 -ree M oitlh ....... ...."...... .. ... ... '.. l: Saturday. June 17, 1.ii:. S'? A(coRnt.c to t;he Billings Gazette. the reign of the copper cent has com menced in Livingston. Times are pretty hard in Miles City. but up to the present writing nobody has asket' for a splitter on a nickel bet yet. The tail goes with the hide here. THE anti-cigarette law of Washing ton is to be tested in the courts of that state by an eastern manufacturer of cigarettes on the ground that the cigar ettes are sold in "original packages" and are therefore protected from...

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 June 1893

Hold on a moment, we have something here well worth vy',r consideration. We had thought when' we offered our entire stock of Men's Shirts, worth from $1.75 to $2.50, at $1.25 and $1.5o each, that the limit in bargain making had been reached. Made bold by the great success of this sale, we added silk under wear, reduced from $7.0oo to $4.50 the suit. Now the supreme effort of our life. We offer to-day, and until sold, one of the greatest necessi ties of the civilized world, always appropriate, never out of style, to wit: 10I pair, Mr.n' Pants. The lot is small but choice, con sisting of only the best, 1893 cut, and sold by us from S5.oo to S8.oo per pair. four choice, any pair in the lot. S3.oo. All Ilngt h. l Big Pant Sale, We sell carpets on the install ment plan. 400 THE I)AILY CJOURNAL MILE. CITY, MONTANA. JOURNAL WEATHER REPORT. iete Temp. Wind Weather. DAIL! LOCAL MEANE. Maximum temperature, I7. Minimum temperature, 6i. Mean temperature, 72. Precipitation in last I! hours, 0.00...

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 June 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. R, Powder AMBOUTEL YPURE LETTERS TO BILL NY E MI REVIEWS THE MANUSCRIPT OF SOME CORRESPONDENTS. The Man Who Waste Some Pointers on a Camie Oration-As issy on BooLks--Dil Srevnt Ktads of ooeks-Poetry by an tn known. LCopyrciht. 1M by Edgar W. Nye.l Recently I have received a number of communications, both prose and poetr-, all asking tie my opinion of the wort. 1 select a few of the most pronounced. Some of them I have changed a little to make the lines run more moincothly. just as greet editors every little while add sentilll Its of tibes ovn to nily work, thus giving currency to ideas that other wise would be, killed by the printer. E. VAt -- A lt I..i People often i:- d r iiy l iter iook so drawn ai..l. It L- i notih'k of f, it1. that gets the -e liter l d.'n .i. but the criticism h. hear. in the composing room and the r-latiin of the printer's steel rule on hIA c-e. If the editor ea,,ld suspend the rsllec in these case...

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 June 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 235. MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, JUNE 19, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS PIJTOFFICE REGULATIONS, MAILS ('LOSE. lantern. gttaral ant local t p. ma #stern. fast m ail .......... It:2 itp. mn strgwtneral and loca l ...... S 10 p. at Western fast mail............a 4 1 a. in Spsearfls6, Mond ays, Wtetlnestlays and Fridtsyu ............... 7:3 nt. it Tongu2 Ricer, Mondays, Wednesr : dayswautl Ftidayi,............ 7:30 a. in 8sle ~ turdays.............4 Y 0 p. Sn, Knowlton, Motidays anti Fridiayst.... 7 p.) p. it. X frdSpecial. MontIaytt and rays .. . ......mtt(II p.m. USce'pent..... . .a :1:1 a. m, clt iot~te. . . . .74i..m, Meitie. trtderclottni, ............ 4 4411 1. m, Jleicmtry citacse.....7.... . 14M) 1. m. U8fltaya-Offict timat. frin uL itt 1 p. in u 'ni. W. Mator. P. M. Northern Pacific Time Table. LEAVE MtILEoeIT (*mtittut V. i.r. Not1. Pacific E:: ., e.....t....... x::.:1. mn. No. :1. Pacific Mail ............i zti :20. in. No )5S Exprieas Freight...

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 June 1893

THE DAILY JOURNAL. rnILEt CITt. MONTANA. Every EveaaI. Except aanatay. Termas of Sbh..wrijtfi n. ily E tit... .I 1D ~ 1t . . . ,.. ,P lu, iy ElIiti .. .- oRIntha. . Mr carri."r, ev "ry nine. at r" ::', t r w.".k WEEKLS EDITION, t 1.9.0% aIPE:n. uitr ~.a................. .. . Nt.ah..111.... .. ..... ....... . ... 1 147'E iMantt.e. .. ... .. .1 M1onday..InJne l,10.193.. OPEN ON %tNIBtAIN. The onslaught of the puritans upon the World'a Fair has leen repulsed by at decision delivealed by Chief Justice Ful ler sitting in the federal circuit court of Illinois which stops all further pro ceedings on the part of the Sunday closers until Octater. when the fair will be nearly at an end. and all interest in the question will have died out. In this case the majority has ruled. as there is no question but that the bulk of the people including a numler of eminent divines, and backed by the leading newspapers of the country. were opposed to the narrow and bigated views urged by the Sunday closer' ...

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 June 1893

1101(1 on a moment, we have something here well worth 'our consideration. We had thought when we offered our entire stock of Men's Shirts, worth from S1.75 to $2.50, at S.25 and St.50 each, that the limit in bargain making had been reached. Made bold by the great success of this sale, we added silk under wear, reduced from $7.00 to $4.50 the suit. Now the supreme effort of our life. We offer to-day, and until sold, one of the greatest necessi ties of the civilized world, always appropriate, never out of style, to wit: 1M5 pairs M,,n Pants. The lot is small but choice, con sisting of only the best, 1893 cut, and sold by 1 s from S.oo to $8.oo per pair. four choice. any pair in the lot. $3.00. All i 'a'ttu.. Big Pant Sale. [v . . J We sell carpets on the install ment plan. THE DAILY JOURNAL MILEN CITV, MONTANA. JOURNAL WEATHER REPORT. e ITemp. Wind Weather. 11th * p'1 rat. 12 lu~ty DAtLY LOCAL UEANS. Maximum temperature. 79. Minimum temperature. IA. Mean temperature, 70. Precipitation...

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 June 1893

If you wish the lightest, sweetest, finest cake, biscuit and bread, Royal Baking Powder %iM is indispensable in their preparation. T HE ROYAL Baking Powder surpasses all others in lea vening power, in purity and wholesomeness, an' i used generally in families, exclusively in the most celebrated hotels and res taurants, by ti United States Army and Navy, and wherever ie set and finest food is required. All teachers of co kinl schools and lecturers upon culinary matters use and recommend the Royal. Chicago Health Authorities Certify. "I find the ROYAL BAKING POWDER superiorr to all the others in every respect. It is purest and stfongest. "WALTER S. HAINES, M. D. "Pre fL C uem:t.r; . Ru sh .Iidi-al Col/lge, "Consulting Chemist, Chicago Board of Health," etc. Made from pure grape cream of tartar, and the only Baking Powder containing neither ammonia nor alum. A BAD STREAK. Seswat tedertake. to Puint the KStcheu I'loor. "I'll paint that kitchen floor myself, Lobelia," said Mr. McSwat wit...

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