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

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 236. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS ('LOSE. Sast rn, lentra and l.l ........... l I n |. nl. tern. a t mal ................... :7 p. n. Wentim, P art m lla ...i . .. ... .... (I i. mi. SlHartldl. Molidtai'y, wevi iewl i ty and FrtdWy< ................ ........ 7 ::a a. i. iW day Friday fi ......... :3 a. n. a iie , ta tua l alsa , . ..... .... ........ . ,2 i p. n i. rwlton. Eonllayn atd FrailEa.T.... 7: Ip. in. Intellhtfor, Spc-ial. Sloudhy:, anld Frilayn .......................... . p. m . O o llnr ............. ... . . :17 a. In. OItre.elln ....... t. . 7 t I. in iantlt nircal flt, ... .. 41 I. n. A ~gstry c . .i... 7 . in. ('HAc W. SEYDiI. I'. M. Northern Pacific Time Table. LEAVE MtlE.. tITt ,iIi tit. iLi.:l. No I. Pacitic i;.iar .. ............. .:i.tl. nm. No. 1. Paciic Mal .................. : i, i. No .w ElxprlI FrleighU t ... .......... 11 :I Ii. in. No r Way Frillt.........

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 June 1893

THE I)AILY SJOURNAL. MILK. CITY. MONT.N.t. EveryP, Evenol I.ng pt: r IllnsI.i. Ternm of S,,...'riptisn. BY. lt ..) II) ti . i. , ,i . r u.i . il' e l. D l.sh ist n . on. rlu r .a a rnft r, 'v "f musing, at _5 c- W 1 r- n S t h' .... i. . li 'ueti' la . .June' .-l. I..r:. A L!VELY DG,CUSEION. "th. 11-es1 Talk sr..r nIlw to Manat ai u n . i.n. sl. ot The..y lmet o.n. ;tte strelt ione slnahiny att, -nl o1. "Hl,w is y.onr Ihus.alnd?' a.;ae,,d the Wtoman w i:hs the fcrge.tlnu oths at her bonnet after the first gr-e·t ings wen, vv er. "Feeling pretty well. thank you," r(' iPtti y the wotan fithe the lace cap. "ii always is well in ithe lidddle cof the mn ,nth." "The lmiddle of the llollth?" bIdankly Iepelated te womanl with the fo'rgwetmel teots onl her ITlnll t t. "'Whin, yesa there are no bills coming in then, you klnow. You i.., abomt the eeth he, tin inm to complain that lhe i ftitling nluly, en t.he 2.l th he is worn', and by thet Ist of the ,month I really tretmbl for his life n dlr...

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 June 1893

llo'd on a moment, we have something here well worth ",ur consideration. We had thought when we offered our entire stock of Men's Shirts, worth from p$.75 to $2.50, at $S.25 and $1.50 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: 106 pairs M'n'a Pant,. The lot is small but choice, con sisting of only the best, 1893 cut, and .old by us from S5.oo to SS.oo per pair. Your choicc. any lhair in the lot, $3.oo. AtD Ingllgt .. Big Pant Sale, \Ve sell carpets on the install ment plan. THE IDAIL .JO1URNAL MILEM CITV., MONTANA. JOUIRNAL WEATHER REPORT. l Tartu-n . aete Temp. Wind Weather. DAILY LOCAL MEANB. Maximum temperature, 79. Minimum temperature, 50. Mean temperature, '5. Precipitation in last 24 h...

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 June 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report Ae1sonra PURm FLAGS AND UNIFORMS. lWhrein Colored len Diffir Fromn White Men as to Uniforms and Liveries. Colored servants who in past years have found pleasure and contentment in ittendance at the state camp will learn with dissatisfaction that they can no longer wear the dihcarled uniforms of either offiers or privates, but must at tire themselves in the habiliments of or dinary civilians. It is announced that any colored man, acting in t he callutity of steward, laxly servant or helkpr, who violates this rilt- will be snnmainrily or dered out of camp. This calls attention to the sinugui, f;at at at colred men. who have s rc.etil.:y o.ped frou the bondage of servitude. -i, uid, of all oth ers. delight in any uninormm or livery I which is generally acceited as a badge of inferiority. It is a well known fa "t that such is the, pleasure derived by tl em front w.- r,: , uniforms. that in thit ,- employments in which many of ...

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. — 21 June 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 237. MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2x, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS ('LOSE. Lastern, general Rld local ............ ) . in, tern. fac mail ......... .......... l p. m. ie.ltenr. leni ral and local ........... M tl I. In. Westemr, i. mail...... Mii . :Ia. m. Spearfish. Monda) . W,.ednesda'as and Frldr l.' .............. ...... 7 i:: a.m. Tongue Pii, r. M ndWlay.. WtDlne.r laI d Frid i ....... .... 7 a. . l t urd ...................... p. in Knowltuon. MIlodayi .n Farilli.s... 90 Iit. in. ll.atlford Special. iMonday and Fr llay ........... . . ........ . N ..0 ,. m . ! rla.e H... . 4:Ti ap. in. Oice h.cl-s ............. . 7 . 1in. . ,ncy. ied r cl....i............ +., :. iM. l.try chl. ea...... .7 .: 9 Ip.m. days--Otlic, jil.+ frm. L" to lI. in. orth.rn Pacific Time Table. No . Pacilte .. .............. A: t..In. No.:t. Pacific Mail ...... . II :it p. i. No Exre. Freilght . ...II :'t- I. im. No 'A Way Friglit .. ......

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. — 21 June 1893

THE DAILY JOURNAL, MILES ('ITY, MONTAN V. Every Eve l.ut; I.c'ept n,' ltol . Terms n f Snlel., rptio,. BT Y II .\ 1t 1 I\ .\ IE . t,) er 1 [; I' 1\I. Dell E it llIl. aJila, l lt h . . . ll T,1 , 1T1 +t Is-, HIhl -, g carri .. ...) , ~ a in;i . at t,.t-p Iaw ,.1 WEEKLI EDITItO , lbl.Lall) PtePFR. 1Vednes laay..lnW '1. 1 I 3. A I'lEIITHi 111.11 I.I14 lENi:.Till\. The .Miles City Ibaseiall tte.lno has re ceivedt a very attraeti e after fro m Liv ingston fr a ga1II1' at that plaue oIln the Fourth of .July a.,i a,- the clu, is in n.eel of tiillnancial sll.egtheni:: L. the ex ecutive tboard is c, nsuleringl the Livings ton lpropositlon with a favorable bias. While we cannot ,lalme the club mana gers for looking out for the ftinancial i inerests of the organization we cannot hold a protest against this proposed ac tion. and hope that those interested in the gaIn(e will hie able tao (lake it equally protitable for the club to stay at hour" on the national holiday, and give us a game with Ke...

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. — 21 June 1893

l fold on a moment, we have something here well worth ''on conisideration. WVe 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 $7.00 to $4.50 the suit. Now the supreme effort of our life. We offer to-day, anti until sold, one of the greatest necessi ties of the civilized world, always appropriate, never out of style. to wit: 146 pair MNrn' Pants. The lot is small but choice, con sisting of only the best, 1893 cut. and sold by us from S.oo to S8.oo per pair. \',Your choice. any pair it),the lot. S3.oo. Big Pant Sale. We sell carpets on the insthll ment plan. THE I)AII, J.IOURNAL MILEN ('ITN. MONTANA. JOI4)'RNAL WEI.THhE REPORT. Itarom t! ee IT"mlp. Wind j Weathý,r. .th at..M ..... .. :3rN .. T'ear DAILY LOCAL MEANS. Miaimum temperature, 76. Minimum temperature. 40. Mean temperature. 2. ...

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. — 21 June 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Repqrt AB$ARELCY PURE SEX RELATIONSHIP. A CALM AND DISPA38IONATE VIEW O "THE WOMAN QUESTION." The uturer of a Nation's Prosperity IN p.ads to Oreat Part on the .Marrsiage MA labgnS- L-essem Drawn Frem the Histor of Asetrus Gree.e and Rome. The rights and wrougs of women ar now debated with a vigor and virnlenc which increase every day. Those wh, demand for women not only all the priv lieges which men possess, but also con tinned exemption from their responsi hilitits. would carry the princip!e of fe male emancipation to a point which ha aroused oppo-ition on the :art of man' who in every gr i-:t question of .the da' are admitti dly Ith iders of the party (p progress. While the contest rages ;as t whether women are to know. say and d4 everything that the (e,:irses of innlu can or, on the other hand. lIe klpt c'omiletel. in the background, people are apt to f,,r get what is really the crucial p.int i, the whole question. They forge...

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 June 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 23& MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS ('LOSE. Eastenrn. a+"*ra i l antil locl . 'Ill p. in. Ctern, huat un~til ........... ".11:.p.11 Dae, e neral and Local . '.IN p.. In. Wostcrn,. fInt ail......r a. in. eardls.lt. n..day.. Whndnay and FriY.. l::aiti.. m. Tungnte Rt.'..t . inla n.. Wed.... dayea nn Fri.Iayn . :311.. in. Nadir. 31aturulayta . . 442190 It. In. L n."wlt.n. N..nlda'.. ant F'rjiou. . 51 p. in. rtei~forti Satcial. Monday's an,! r4.ila ...... .. .. . '44,. m. fNf'itW'Itf..n ... .. ":.a. /. OS.. c'.. lo... . .INI p. rt. i ne..y..latecon. . o 4Ip. 771. eauaydt. -Ofice lpKn tr..l II tel It. in I nAn. W. SM. 1' I. M. lNrthern Pacific Time Table. t.EAy g NII.1: ( 1t1 1.1 .1t/. :M T. lb l. PacificEx Kz -..... . ..In Nio. . P'mcifitc Nail. . ...i ....... 1:2.n. No .41 Ernoa Eroin.t. . 1 :.I ZI p. in. no :. Wa Frnduigt .:44 a. M. No.t. .tlntti. IKxi.rion".. lX.~ I.. NIo 4 Atlanti...

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 June 1893

THE DAILY J.ToRNAI . IILED CITYt. MONiT.\~A. Eerr Iv mniung Exet.l pundany. Terms of i#,ls,.riptio, . BT W%.Il. l'I A ..l '.t E. ro.T4.,: PruD. ill l iitiw ,, Mix months, . . ELdition. ote month . . . .I0 y earrier, ,v'r. ,.v,,nillE . at ' ee,nlts pe 'r w,, ,k. HEEKLY EITIT.,. iM.I.,'H I'V4 R. Yruuth .. . ..IF aeSolta. 1Thursday. .tune ±i. 18.3. AFrTER all the trouble and expense,. and ihss of life and property cau.ised by the Ia) or strikes in Idaho last summer. the same status now prevails at thei;enm and Frisco mines where the troulle was' list year. The unskilled lalor has again asserted its demand for the same wages that is paid to skilled labor. and in cmn sequence the mines have closed down. Ioth mines have been heavy producers I of late and were employing several hun dredmen. All of these are now itle be. cause the common shoveller tt nks he ought to receive as much for a day's work as the miner. F. H. PARKHIRST. who is in from Ekalaka for a load of supplies. again il lustra...

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 June 1893

Great Corset Sale. FULL PARTICULARS TO-MORROW. THE DAILY .11)'RN AI, MILE8 CITY, MONITANA. .lat I ~AL WEATHER REPOIT At Temp. Wind Weather. 'ht -a.21 ".. siW GIlear d p I' ... . ',E E. .k lear t)'ILI LOtAL M)h:I . Maximum temperature, 76. Minimum temperature., 46. Miau temperature. 61. Procipitation in lNst 24 bhour. 0.41) H. R. BOYNTON, Otbserver. WEATHER FORECAST. WA slasOTU., June 22 To observer. Miles City, Montana: Montana :-Fair, possibly followed b showers; west wanrmer. Chief of Weather m mrau. Nou :-The above forecast is for S hoars from a. m.. its date LOCAL ITEMS. Gus Olson is up from 8hirlqy. William Gallagher of St. Paul is in town to-day. Lemp's celebrated lager bher at Bul lard's. " Charley Van Dyke is in from the M diamond outfit. D. E. Canhaim is registered in the city from St. Paul. For Budweiser beer call at Protesw Bach's. " T. A. Jones of Detroit came in on the flyer this morning. J. B. Kempton came up from Terry on No. 1 last night. C. A. Dole of Glendive came ...

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 June 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. I sawc ASifutrvv weR ST. 'orjef o 1871. On the last week in May each year the Fr each socialists are accustomed to cel ebrate the "bloody week," which wit aessed the downfall of the Paris com amune in 1871, the killing of 23,000 of the i inhabitants and the exiling of 4).0(.) others. As early as 1..0, under the lead ership of Gambetta and the moderate lepunlliianl". a ;general amnestvy was voted. with ,rly rive or six exceptions, to the lparticipaml of the commune. It is significant ..:-o ih.tt many of tile mu nicipal regulations which the commu nists deitmandled were afterward granted by tihe chamler of deputies. 'EBl, ,dy week- "hgran on Slunday. May 21. wheln i Versailt, s tr.t.- e r ti-tled Paru. -by a breach in the I .itiriatni..on wall v LiCh the natr.-nal gil.!rdsl ha l ni lected to dehfernd. Tlthe cam.e in lhr :he Bois de ioonltie. aril t.rribl?. -'et fights ontminllld daily u nil ,n th 'e Il,. lowing Snn.lav. M:,...

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 June 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 239. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 23, '893, PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS ('LOSE. satern. en ral and local ............ ,.ap. n1. tearl, ftat mail ................... '.:Tr I,. 1n. astern. t. lral aenr oal l........... Xla1) p. m. Western, feat mail.................... x:15 a. m. Spearfish, SMinldayr. WednMesdayI ind F rid ........................ :: m Tonge Riiver. Mnmdlay. WeVltln la d Friday ............ .... i:1I a. in. Salle, Taatunlaya ................... 2. p. m. inwltom. Mtndylsiy. anil F ridli. .. 7 ::. p. In. latchlfodl SHPcial. Mnmlas Tallan Fria. ....................... . n. Sopn ................ :1 a. . ee clekei.. . .. . .... 7.2 11. I:i. ,y orilr d p.clons .. .4.. .. 41. i. Ri .try li......... . 7 7.k i ,. n. Sunday--Oflic ,roen flirn 1G t, 1 pI. in. ('HAs. V. . \ DE. P. M. Northern Pacific Time Table. LEA.I +MIIII+ :. I c'l (:111.% WENT. No 1. Pacific Expril+t ................ :4 a. in. No. 4, Pacific 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. — 23 June 1893

THE DAILY JTOURNAL. MWhEN CITrY MO4NTANA. IIverrr Evening Exr.e·ll( Sunn~l . Terns of S.+tf biriptinmi. 31 MAIL. ISN 1\(E. r11VT tr. R P' li Editin,. ','u on Il ti . 1.' ru I M It 'HI EROS. By carrior. t :."r} .-v "nirl. at r". tit, I rr at~ r..t. WEEKI.Y EIOTIN,\. VLLLW S '. "tER. I Months... ' . r.. Yos tn hrtl. ......... . . F'riatty. .June 2. 1'.rl. MR.P. I.AMERO 1it' H EI.ELA.. M. H. Ii. Palmer of Helena is i gentle man whose business methodIs need es - ,posing. He is a dealer in investment securities or more properly an invest ujent broker as in all probability his personal interest in matters that pass through his hands. does not extend be yond his commissions. Mr. Palmer was a bidder for the Imnds of school district No. 1 recently tffered for sale and though his bid exacted two require ments that were not originally provided for. it was accepted, and he was notitled that the board of trustees would accede to his request. When notitied of this action, and evidently thinking 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. — 23 June 1893

\\'e concludedl to, close out our present stock of corsets as we will put in entirely new lines this fall and room must be made quickly for the new goods. In order to accomplish this in the shortest time we have made a great SI.oo sale, which includes all the corsets we have in the fol lowing brands. *0 Bmone a i.$2) ,corset ; Pale price $1.00 Thompntln'i ilov. Fittinr. a $1.71 c.urv.t; sale price $1.01. Warnur's coret, at.I.2 corst ; salo price $1.00. R. and (1. corset. H $1.z2 erslt ; bale price 1S. '. Kere ('oil. a usumn r cornet. t1.c21; elah. price 11.00. C. B.cornet, $1.PO. sale price $1.00. And so on through a list of fa vorites, all marked down to a price to insure a speedy distribution among the ladies of Miles City. Other corsets, such as Model Form, have felt the knife and fall from $1.75 to $1.25. The Imperial, a well known brand and worn by some of the most perfect figures in this city, now becomes a popular priced corset, and while its aristocratic shape has made .the ...

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 June 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. aIsBa Pking RYIAsaUr was A M ~ M~--~--~~ LOVE'S SEASON. IB d sweet days when hectie fashes Suarn red on maple and sumae leat. When sorrowfnl winds wail throughthe inhe. And all thing* whisper of loas and grist, Whee close and closer bold Frostapprosehes To snatch the blossom from Nature's breast. When night forever on day encroaches Oh, then I think that I love you best! And yet when winter, that tyrant master. Has buried autumn in walls of snow. And boulnd and fettered wlhere bold Frost east her LAesoutraged Nature in helpless woe; Ushen all earth's pleasures in four walls center. And side by side in the snug home nest. We list the tempest that can.mt enter. Oh. then I say that I love you be- t! But later ,mt. when the sire, season Betrays the trust of the .eni!e kilr. And glad earth laughs at the act of trn.-oan. And winter dies int the arms of spring; When buds and t,.rs all al nust, nd flutter To free fair Nat.R.. so ...

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 June 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 240. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS ('LOSE. Easteraa. gene~ral stnal local...... 8 (N p, m, tern. taM mail .. 14:4 ;. in. .ats.rn,.eneral and local... 5 p. in. Western, ftIt m ail. a:1li a. at. and rial.,. :Y" a. in. Tongue Riser. Na...layi.. Weii'al.. alay.. and Frida..la.. .... 7:311 a. am. a tl t i t r, Sat12 .'. m_(/ p. m. jp~w~taaa Muiagralaial Frda.yD.... 7 20 p. in. ta'a S aEcalE MoaIT a alaTI FrIla)'... .... ... .... .. 8(0p . Q Off a ...... 01 o .y. art y orner slo: 4 JI 1. a. na. R.gltry (hoer .a . ...: 7aal 1a.1Oi .dlays 01ct r11.' I rr.. 12 .t. il . in. r .A.. W. 'Ero. P. IM. Northern Pacific Time Table. LEA\.. 'ti.1. 'IT a.aaatam. NaES.T. 1uai 1. Pacific EJuticar. . . i. in. No. 3, 'aeifieMail-. . .....11:20 p. in. No5IEti prea'Freig.... .. I I ip. in. No 5a Way Freight.. . I. . .. :Ia. la. t EAVt E MILES (nITtin ala EAiT. No..2 Atlantic E",ar.n... 12:5 p. an. No 4 Atlan...

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 June 1893

TIHE DAILY .J( WRXA I. MiLE$s t ITY. M~ONTANA.% Every EvenIu Ex .plt Manitay. BY MI!:..N tu~t ii A, P'.- .t PIT!. Dauiy I..'ititC,. 11:. y"11n .. 'I ' y~J E~liti..l .1" 113e . . . By carrier."t i'T.4 ,"e i :1 . :),!,"~t in.rt.A WIEMII% LITTI)N. )ILI~l~et I'PLT. Yea ........... . 1. Saturday-. June :!4. 1SM3. .% REiPECTi-i5 CITIZEN. aesh was the *osition ih..apt"I toy thi Late Matthew Wyass. Sr., at Leavenworth. Kansa.s. From the Leavenworth 'Kan.t Stand ard of the 20th inst. we make the fol lowing extracts from a highly eulogistic article concerning Mr. Matthew Ryan. Sr.. father of Matt and Jepp Ryan: Mathew Ryan. Sr.. capitalist. cattle raiser. ranch owner and one of the oldest. best known and most enterprising and liberal men in Leavenworth is dead. The end came at 4 o clock this morning at his home on the South Esplande. just as the dawn of another day was beginn ing to be visible. One week ago last Saturday Mr. Ryan was first taken suddenly and seriously ill. A day or two before...

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 June 1893

presen1t stock- 'f co~rsets as we will put in entirely ncwC Ities this fall and room mus1t be miade qluickly for the new ;;sou. In order to accitmplish this in the shortest time we have made a great Si.oo sale, which includes all the cot sets we have in the fol lowing brands. Mu0 osne. a $2.00 c.'riwt baki prirc $1.01 Thomnissin.. (.sht.. Fittinug. a $1.7i corset; snlt' price $1.00. Warner's cirwot. l$1.6ciirbet: sale price $.00. R. andi (. corst,. ,.0 . corwt : sale price 1.W. Keep ('tul. t uinmmner rirset. $1.2i. siale price $1.00. CI. ciurset. $1.il; silnt price $1.00. And so on through a list of fa vorites, all marked down to a price' to insure a speedy distribution among the ladies of Miles City. Other corsets, such as Model Form, have felt the knife and fall from S1.75 to $1.25. The Imperial, a well known brand and worn by some of the most Perfect figures in this city. now becomes a popular priced corset, and while its aristocratic shape has made .the fortune of many a lI'cky ...

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 June 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. AsoPovwder AMWt P rE MEETING AN ORATOR. BILL NYE TRIES TO CONSOLE AN UN KNOWN ON THE TRAIN. Whme From ais Adeanse Agest Wilam tlams the Time Eletery at the Man Whe Wasted to Talk ean the Mad ladiea. LCopyright. US. by Edgar W. Nre.] Riding gayly on the vestibule train and dressed in a neat and even expensive way, as I now do. I saw in the sectio. ahead a wild looking man who might have been 19 or 91, 1 could not tell. He looked at his watch, a young lady's hunt ing case wat'h, with a chain made of human hair that needed a shampoo. TRYING 1) CONSOLE H1M. He looked at the watch, and then he looked atarailroad folder, then he looked at the MS. of an address or lecture which he took now and again from his hand bag. Wetting his lips with some restora tive which scented up the car, he would practice in a low, retreating breath, fit. ting the gestures to it so that people near him vacated their seats, while ever and anon he woul...

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