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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 1 July 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 246. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS 'LOSE. Eaatertl. ignrIal ll lical .......... :tli ,I. II,. ertrnl. fast lmail ................. I n. eaer.l, gInora| and l. a la.......... n(i j. nf. I. Western,. fast mail...... :l a. m. Tngu R.iha r. M onlati.. W ltno. ,- dayF;ranl Fridn.. . ..... a. n. croa , . . . . . . : in. N i Hf c al . ir.... .......... .. o ,l . m. dnyole4r o . f ia .. ..... 4In p ..n. Ar llt Gtry Hilrs . " .... . ; i " li t . ll. n'ndnt. W. llls- . P. ,M. Nolrthern Palifi Time Table. I.E AVE MiILE. ( 'lr'Te' 1( . L%( i T. Nio 1. Pu eific Exil. .. .. ~:i ni. . I SNocri. iP ifliane .ail .... .al . . i p. il. Nl .iSat lT iur,.r, Freit . ri . 11.1i . t tot 55 Wo ora .ri. 1t . . a ket. It.l a I.,A.i - MII.l; 1 IT% (ti)lN(4 Et.T. No, . ". llaitie Exl r , ......... ..... I:t , I,. m. No tlanti ail ..... . At. 2 Sr . h. uNom .lrc.. Frig.hl ................ I I:5 in. an. uro 56 Wi...

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. — 1 July 1893

THE DAILY .I4 f111NA ,. MiI, 11. 1E - / . Ii) Id I 1 , f ·· ' - '.. li N.f'I- I `+u llttll Jul I '-'1: f ·~~, lue gIiii.l iir dII i illll~ll·( I liii! IijirIi 11I·Ii i. Itl'iii ii li \gii( lii iii Itcit. ihCiiti'. iill i "iii1(1 ii ii" ii rltlillll· iii Ali,~l~'uii itli li~,litiL Iiii liii1N, 4 11 'lii' ii thIIiit gui hult iii'iuuii'i I itI ulliii( tuiuit uatu it blip.L Will( Nit ALS. 'tliiir l ·,r '\.·I1,~~ Lii ii . , I iii iii '.1: V~i ~i~i,. II\iii i ..· ii iii1\ 1 fuilitiI1II.' i - · I~lj~ l HIl ii D:· ' · ii~~l~ tnIII'11 · fYuu..u 11IIi) \ 1.iii.,i ilIi1.I rl. buiui'I~.i~ I ll~l~ il~ LluiIii' -lijIiput~ t''iu: it I I .i.\ ii. ·1 ·11[ 1 thii.r i t1IL1111 'I -tl~1III ii I 1 '1 I i' Wii% lu·l Iir: I Iii iii' II i hl~i l ii· i-i~~) itt.' u~i - ~ ui~ a~, L ~hI i1 it ~Li I~'Tliii." l(lll ~Y..t....11 Liii I' i ItIu'lLttuuiuLL Li Okiuti 'uiiii' lii,'· jIirtL) hIliiiiut; t~iutihku·u hirl llt'L uitii i tLi iu'tii laid Itit hill, itur ttwta fll\lit1, LLi,iii ~iuui'l I:t aLa,~ wa 411.. *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. — 1 July 1893

A HEAVY CHARGE in a gun is apt to cause a kick, and a knock out for the fellow in the rear. All heavy charges cre ate kicks. especial!y in business. We have not heard much of a kick about the prices at which we are closing our Corset stock. They are too low for that--half price about expresses it. Dynamite could not scatter our merchandise more than the pres ent surprisingly low prices. We went under the profit line long ago, but its been a bad spring and we never carry over--cach season stands on its own bottom with us. We close out our fine stationary at one-half cost, that is to sa. i Hinds'. Crane's. Ward's Ladies fine' riting Ilapers. in latest effects and sizes, worth. from 2;,c to 40c per luire. \'our choice, the lot. Ie : per '!irc. lEnv\cl. )c to niatcl: 1 : un,'h. All tl,, h,.. :h , % .,. i ,,Ii -i.. ,, n . . , I. I. THE IDAIA .IOURINAL MII.E I ITY, TIN(TTAN.S. .Il'UIN tNAL WI-;tTIER ItEi'PORT. 't. T, mp. Wind W.athlwr. 30th - a 4 i . i. NW. 12'Ilar 11t .* 4 ..1 r a2 m ,I'...

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. — 1 July 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latcst U. S. Gov't Report. RoX2i Powder MPURE NYE TELLS A STORY. IT IS ABOUT A POET IN THI TIME OF GUTENBERG. Sew 3e Saeeeeded iO Gettini His Little Votlem Peblished and the Visitor Who Came to Him Too Lato le Whl e Wase o Ris Deathbed. [Copyri&lti, !.a, by Edgar W. Nye.] "I would like very much." said the poet, who had evidently eaten a hasty breakfast of omelet that morning, "to see Mr. Gutenberg if he is in." He then leaned his wet umbrella up against the radiator and ran his trembling fingers around in the bottmi of his trousers pocket for a stray flake of tobacco. THE POET M \DUI AN OBEIS.ANCF. "He is away." said the clay bank youth who was looking over the forms for what is called by the printer the typographical beetleor type louse, aOl winch the realer may possibly he able to see if he will ask the foreman of this oftice. "He has gone down cellar to see if he can't hurry up the decomgi,,ition of his cheese for Christmas. lie nay yet aga...

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. — 3 July 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 247. MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, JULY 3, I893. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. M ,IL ('cLOnE. pastern. general l ant lUal ........... . nm sateru. faat mnil .......... ..2... .. 1 p:"-.I,. in. Westrn. tgeneral and bloal ........... p. i. . Western, fact 4lail .. ................. *:t - i. IIl. Spearfish, la .drlwys, 1.Wed iIe4 m an Friday .... ..... .... .. . . . in. Tongue Rivier. Mr.nday3.. Ite. nll"r day and Fria ................... :: a. in. Sa1 di. lur ! ............ ..... . 2, p. m n. Kuowlton. MlInd aFlllt Fridt'..2.... ;::I ,. in. Blatelhord Spe.ial. Monif ayc and Frida .. .............. ............. . in.)p. . Scpe ..................... i. i. O .e¥ i rchirc s h....................... 7.40. m. iu try clo .............. ....... . 7i p. n. cnda)a-O.. e opeatn from 12 to I . nm. ('JAn. W. SeyuE, P. Ml. Nertherm Pacific Time Table. LEAVE MILEL 'tITi G0l4(i NEST. No 1. Pacific Expre.s ... .. .... ":l45 a. m. No. 3. Pacif 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. — 3 July 1893

THIE DAILY .JOURNA'14. 'rII. ti SITu. bttSl ipt. Evrl·, I i."nlii - hut rlilt -.u.,.lw) Tiran aifi ' 'it itllla. ti'o.. M1 utt11··1I. ,.1:. 11i- 11 "ý Yhtti 51.1,I 11,b tl 1, 1 . 1,1 , 1 t i I , , I I t II huh rejiCial 111I Ii. ti iitiinli.i ;"1t _.** i hr ti NyE III I I·I . lull l"\. ,11. ."1 1 1'\.',tl I:) \ Due \1.111.t'" iungretiai. a il lir. Ili i i n unlike Mly tt wti a iliuul I i. W ith tail t I:ilitint are wtoltr I )e iaf tiai eatlt tilli tui it a ilatly jutr n iuttis Iitht Lt-h ho ted that tiut liw a ll.Mitl lllx,1 \%ill till., itheotii; htrlY. tIretlis0lttii iii.p uti lill, altor) l lin~tt s i ft the ri n ltihtl uthatt uIn nui otwhatd nit he hi ti 11.1 ti llll tesul in tint, relfal tt the WI n tilil itliii rlltriuull tl hia"Htt illitii "lit lii~l~i tll~ iirtitlt lit .1i titatti t - ii r i 11t ' tit t ' naII ll I ttiait 11. t t t ihtti ut ni ti- hut51(' t11 h it 'ii itilit! I ,It I w fr this nnt ii a iirlr -th buintn iitiatln Ringre, s i is aie tgiit .1111 th I i niittiits ...

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. — 3 July 1893

A HEAVY CHARGE in a gun is apt to cause a kick, and a knock out for the fellow in the rear. .\11 heavy charges cre ate kicks, especially in business. We have not heard much of a kick about the prices at which we are closing our Corset stock. They are too low for that-half price about expresses it. Dynamite could not scatter our merchandise more than the pres ent surprisingly low prices. We went under the profit line long ago. but its been a bad spring and we never carry over- each season stands on its own bottom with us. We close out'our fine stationary at one-halt cost, that is to say. Hinds'. Crane's, Ward's Ladies fine \\'riting Paper., in latest effects and size,. worth from 2;c to 40c per quirc. Four choice, the ],:. :c lr (uirc. ln\vo lopc. to match I-.: ,tU:!ch. .0 1 ll h .. :l ,.; ,!i-;.': .,1 ,,.I f!, l. (1 ,,li.i r. THE DAIIA JOURNAL ll. (IT'.. 411111 r.hA.| JilllI'tN.1. WI-:.TiIEIl IEPORIT. Miiiar.ll-t. T ..ll;l '11., %Citll |.a( MinijujoI I .tsm;ratore. 'I. Mean t pll.ra...

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. — 3 July 1893

The Unitcd States re ports & ROYAL. a pure ° cream of tartar baking powder, highest of all . in leavening strength. * SRoyal Baking Powder : Absolutely Pure. oLate Chemist U S. De artmenu t of Agricultur, Washiugton. 6: Only the pure acid of grapes is used in Royal. Royal leaves no acid or alkali in the food. * JI~LALL0p 0 0 9 0 O 0 O O O O c M 9D 0 O 0 p, e c p 1C , O' O O O O 0 p 0 0 " O 0'd00 0 0 00 PERSONAL GOSSIP. The Earl of Derby. like Mr. Gladstone is an enthusiastic tree feller. Miss S. E. Fuller of New York is the Arst woman to receive a governnment contract for engraving. Miss 31. E. Draddon is said to receive' £l.23o fr the serial rights of each of the novels that she writes nowadays. 3Mr William Watson. the English poet who recently became insane, is re ported to be c, topletely recovered. tuy de Maupassant is now in what his doctor calls a ve::etative state and incapabilh .f connecting two ideas to( gether Nat Brigh!am. who has Lieu aplenntled Ulstt.d S:tates ul:.r...

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. — 5 July 1893

THE YEuLL STONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 248. MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1893. PRICE FIVE CEN'TI POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILtL LOtlE. atern. general ani cal ........... dil * t4. Im. I tern, fast mail ................... l.:% ,. m. stern, .a.nral antd 'll j .......... 44' pt. a. Western, ast mail ...... ... .... :l. a. m. Spearwlto, Mn. ndaya. . wi aI1gi.tyv, and Friday .. ........ : Tongue River, M,,td; I,i . W'-dt11"r. day lnd Fridays ... Aadlie, Saturclat .... ... as, p. m. ,ua s. . . ...... l t er. a... ....... ... . i t iatlnty oir .. . ... . .- * adays. Ot." tll ...~ g f. . ,. . . ni I. I . I'nt .. W. St:Yv :. P. M. Northern Pacific Time Table. LEAVE Mg.LE4ITa gg ING ttggy.. No 1. Pacific Exltr . ... . .... :-. . m. N. .3. Pacifc ail ....... . 1 :..I ,. In. :I.l Way Fr.eight .t.. .. g :4t1..i. LEAIt: 'IEf.E'. ITS /.. o. t1 . EtT. No. Atlantie E. xr,'ar...... No 4 Atlantic Nail ... .. .. . ,. Na .44 Expresa Fr'iutht .......... I1:1; r. 'an . Na, .U Way Fr.i. h .gi ...

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. — 5 July 1893

T¶HE ItAILA .lJLIRNAL. SMlt.: ('ITY. tONrTANA. Ei.'-.r ,:e ~.l'sll I:..cept nundl. IBY S \i: %t1.1. \% L. PO TiT E pAIDl. "il : ..... .. .illal i t t .RIBERA1 W ,, ,,, lay .July l, 1icl. ii..iI. L .:e'1d Their iliands. Tlli- i . i i; a V,,'rtnout paper as a *ratit c1 :i. aih .::"t iu'. ident" v'inh'h tout; plat iin a :. .' liln iry st .,'.< "".t alsoi. 11 ..'clock tih ctlilj rin all + beg;:::. :pllarently without a signal from a iy 0,,in. to cliap thirn hands anl tontin ued this i:l. i:.tration for sevi ral mo, .allt. p.'ln lthe teacher's asking for an iexlplillaltu f their strange conduct. she \was tll that they did it btcause Adliy \w..- haliled. The teacher then .ve ti.' I i a little talk on the awful C e fir lwhichli Ailly had made atone ment and idrew the lesson from the story that is o ol.vionsl to all." It is incrslii.le, but true that this il lastr;atioin *of the low average of our civ flizantl n -hi ill het siot down in cold print as "rirher amusing," It is sufficiently ...

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. — 5 July 1893

A HEAVY CHARGE in a dun apt to cau-c an 1ick, and :i knock out for the fellow in the rear. \Al heavy chl:tres cre ate kicks. epecially in butines-. \e have not hear mu-h of a kick about the l,ricec at which we are cuiohgn our Corcet stock. They are li ,low for that---half price ab',,ut exlresces it. I )vna;ite coull not scatter our nirchandi;c nmoire than the pres ent! -rprihingiv low prices. \\e went under th,_ lr,,tit line long ago. litt i: ben a ]ldd spring and we lC.eer carry over- each .eas.on slfth.!- _ ln :t .: ýiIttnm w. ith u-1. \ e ,1,.-; n, t ,:r fine station;ary at r:e-hal'I C,,t. that i, ti sa , IlI in '. (ran W\'. ard's lIlie.a fire \Writin, lta,.s r-. In latec t toi .i. 4 "' 'l i t:rt. 'Your choic,-. the ' . I: er ,tire. I-Jt\v-!i elopm to In:;t : : 1: . : . . . . , , __+Z~ j~li THE IIAIIA .JOUtNAIL ' 1111.1:- t 11. .NT:1N.l. 4N. !H. ":OTO. 4th 1 " " ".. . " .I J N. . 11':,I Ilrt i'|,,Iv Ob.rrver. EAT.\TIIEI FfH1t. .\.1T. W . HItrNiT1N. July . Ti. b,,-,rrvr.. .Mil el ...

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. — 5 July 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latcst U. S. Govt Report. mh-j ?owder AMeOWTnELY PURE A Slight Mistske . .weoler-ThiL watch needs cleaning, ir. Customer-Why, it was cleaned only last week. Jeweler--So? Must have be'n done by somebody who didn't half do it. Customer-It was done here. Jeweler-Here? Oh, yes, by the man I bad to discharge-a worthless fellow. Customer-You told me that you did it yonurself. Jeweler-1 4,1 , . yes. Ah. now I g.e! You fo' : to \i: lit up'.:ýt n, ht. It is all righlt ao. , me-o. agau ill a lay or two that I may see that it is running all riht. Do,llar and a half. please. Boeto:i Tran-ril t. "On1 Out of a Iundred." 40,, The Two Il. ,pect... Two g rn1 *. -: ; a art' ether. were .avelu. 1 s.- ,,aae cotm partment. Durin:. t: jurney one of them asked 1t.:- other t, It li:a muea-are his trlise. The latth r ~,nsenoted. Th-ni the tfit passetr r. taking, out a 3-foot rule, -,roceedetl to measure the article in question, after which he san.i: "l am very ',,rry. but ...

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. — 6 July 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 249. MILES C , MONTNA, THURSDAY, JULY 6, 893 PRICE FIVE CENT POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. .\I L ('LOSE. strt . I ,a ral ld .r l... .... . 1.n sternl. fact mil .l...... .1: ji. I, . etlra, c.eimral *in? l ........ . p. i. Westernl, fact nIIil ... .. ... n m. Spearffillh. Mondiy i.Ihy. W,...la2 ay. " andc Friilnr. ..... .:. . . . i ;: I i*a . Tonlgue Hiv.r, Mini. ,y., Weol.a.e dasysia d Fridlayi.... . . ::. i.. dli0t. rd E . . . ... . ", 1:. i. K.Dnowlton, Mouday Fir.idayI.T. rli: p.la . i. Fridaysc....... .... :, . mI. . .......n:3. .1.. o f i ir..r cl. . o....... " .(1 p. I. Intl ry , ....... .... . a . . il. Ltnntdaye-Ottic , oin, from Il t 1 ,. 1.m ('HAM. W. S'DEI' P. J'a Northern Pacific Time Tiable. LEAYE MII.EN riiTy uoNi. N EMT. No 1. Pacifie 3jxlr .. .....*i... . a:15 . in. o.:i . P eiftie Mail ............ . 1 . i No 5.% .t r Fr lt .. . . .... .:l.a . i.i . iLEA.? . (iI.(.v r1"il ,l ?.,iii ii F . o .m aitila tc Ex r.,., .. .... io Ala.ntic ...

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. — 6 July 1893

THE DAILY .(JO[RlAI,. MILE'* ('ITY. . M)NTANA. T1:1 .r. . .1.hrilti... _ cr- I... ,. .. F. ... ... . . ... i. Srily I IiE t i . . , ah h? ? il'th y c~a rt,. r, i i ',ti n. aa t ta t, i ' is r w t ,Ik. f 'ull I,1f ,it , A -it ltiaulgit if brict "uakiny till'??1 i\ l alll ? 11 f f1?. fiJIr k oVrc: tInet, aI' r .i tlr t..il .. . t . t of the feZtres fif the fan j.st flfetiffidf art r. f The mission of i'hrctrict.l has already tot ,'i.tiitzetd mauin pro(enss's t nu eri t nti. t i reat as f'has be|en its da..l, loptfent it is il: yet but in embryo. ficientutlt hatrais b."te tht that brick makinte wkilul hic an industry to rhich thet taliaotion of tlectricity ould into useful. still it is a fa iit tt it is wonder fully hlipful :gent I. Aclthouh in briker reaking thele has been some improve ment, as in lother things. yet most of the ifeaturs of the earliest Inethids are r[e itined. It is n t longer necessary to •aborously fashion the clay and dry it suffciently for transfer to the anxiousl...

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. — 6 July 1893

A HEAVY CHARGE in ;t .-un is apt to ca;use a ick. and i kno'ick 'it ,,r tilthe fellow in the rear. .\li heavy charges crL. ate kicks. especially in htusines'. I We have not heard much ,f a kick atout the pricces at which nx are closinig our Corset -toc;.. They are too low for that---halt, price about expresses it. t I)\vnamite could niot scatter our i merchandise more than the pres ent surprisingly low prices. 1'e , went under the p)rofit line long 1 ag., but its been a bad spring and I we never carry over- each ';Lsaon standt on its ,\t n bottom u ith us. \'c clo ie o'ut our tine stationairy at ,on-half cost, that is to, ay. Binds'. Crane'. Ward', I.adic fine \\'r:tin. l'att. r-. In l:tel -t effect- and ' .i,:e , xxl;rth fr;,,m i e, t, -(,t ttr ,luir,. Yur ch,,ice. the I ,t. It . per , .;r '. l'mvel'pe- to 1 it* 11 . TIlE 1I\L\ .14)0IINAIL - i . :1 1'1't. i a'1 l s.:t. • "' T.l , l. . W1" Ai I I I "rat1.h"r hW.. 4 Part I l,,A - M xillluma t a' rtll. tur. r '!. .I 1 zlanl tIllp'raz ...

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. — 6 July 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. RX Powder AMOWTLY PURE A CURE FOR SNORING. AlRrAT OPPORTUNITY FOR A SOBER PHILANTHROPIST. A lerelbte and at P>wrmet hcarable Dim se That sreak.s [p Rames and Destroys tlIfeleag 'riwedshlps-A care eFr This Would ke am 5ea,. Several years ':tu. when that beet of table companions, Don Pi.tt, was alive, we had arranged to have a little dinner together at an up town cafe. I w. t 4. time. but Piatt was late. When ii. ti 1 come. he looked grave and said in ith low and well modulated voie so meato rable: "I am sorry, but the F a ,I , truth is I discover that I am afti . ".h a: - ment that will not y.ild to treatnent one inleed for which 06.400 years of mled ical sPieurll have not Iein able to fin, a cure. Thoughal" ..ysoh LT), .;;.; M ,, a,, ike. the sally solemun face tf ny friend ;ir solvel hir: this time. and with all tit symlpathy I could throw o;t > 4 i" words I exclain-:e - "Why. my dear Pi:.t. n t ylou Ie lieve it! W...

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. — 7 July 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 25o. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTI POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS ('LOSE. kaprn, Fia.ral an local. ............ p. m. atrn, fast mail ................... lI: p. . stern. general and local ........... ) p. Iti. Western. fat mail .... . : a. inm. Speartlsh. Mondlaya. Weniidinlla3ys and Friday. ...... . ......... , I. in. Tongue River. Monday's, Wednes daysand Fridlays ............ i:3. a. nl. .idIaturon.Nh"..... . n. P. t. lwto, Mliayc. al Fridays e ..7 1I p. m. ttatehford Sj.eil:. Mn,tlaysa and -- Fridays .............................' ai. p. m . i o ii r .. .. ...................... h: ..m. C!(a. ... ............... ..... 1 . p. al. y order chap, ................... 4 10 p. m . s atry lus ................ 7 p. in. ulday-Oic ,l.oU fron 12 ,lr I p. m . ('HAa. W. SitoD. P. MI. Northern Pacific Time Table. LEAVEt MILO ('ITY ttOlt( WItIT. No 1. Pacific Expre ... . 3 a. inm. No. ". Pacific Mail ................... ll: , ...

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. — 7 July 1893

ITHE DAILY JOURNAL. UIL.S CITY. MONT.tNA. Every Eve*rnig Except hunday. Terms of Subscription. t MVAIL, IN DSlNCE, P.tT tuE P Ilt. i F. itit,.ta .. ~ - i .. ..... ... ... nP..at lal| Editih,.. ix nith ... .. ipl E.titiit .. t.. na ith ...............e1. TO ('lITt tU*i RnBERt. b ealrrir. e.viry ,-vi-tila. at i C'l t ut t l r wt-tLk. WEEKI.N EDITI.N, YE.LW PAPER. { " Y ear Y ........ ........... ..... ........... . :t.L , ha thi..... ... .............. ........ l.ist Friday. July 7. 181i. U'.uNIeILI as with glass covers are on exhibition at the World's Fair. They are held at O1A)M each. They are held because they are kept out of reach of the average wayfarer. THE Fourth of .July. America's great Independence day. was very appropri ately chosen as the auspicious time for the abdaiction of the king of (;reece. and the declaration of the fact that in the future it will be a republic. Indepen detnce is spreading all over the world, and the days of monarchies are fast drawing to an end. IT...

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. — 7 July 1893

A HEAVY CHARGE in a gun is apt to cause a kick, and a knock out for the fellow in the rear. .\ll heavy charges cre ate kicks, especially in business. We have not heard much of a kick about the prices at which we are closing our Corset stock. They are too low for that-half price about expresses it. Dynamite could not scatter our merchandise more than the pres ent surprisingly low prices. We went under the profit line long ago, but its been a bad spring and we never carry over-- each season stands on its own bottom with us. We close out our tine stationary at one-half cost, that is to say, Hinds'. Crane's, Ward's Ladiesi fine Wl'riting Papers, in latest effects and sizes. worth from 2:c to 40c per qluire. Your choice. the lot. tIc perl uire. 'Enveloptes to match I ;c bunch. THE 1lAIL1Y .lo hIIN IA 3II'.E ('IT'V. MONT.%N.S. .IeIt'UN~tt iV.l' tiIE+ ll I I'4PIIT. Bar' III-! ,,t,' ; Tml,. Wit~d \V, ,at h. r. bitl a.. ii .! ' ,I . itd .... ,Light rait tb "' ". I . 54W ... lIaPrt i hlt d, D...

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. — 7 July 1893

Highcst of all i Lcavening Power.-Latct U. S. Giov't Ku port. kYPowder AM~ZW ar NOTALLARE LIKE HIM THE BRITISH CAD ABROAD I8 A DIS AGREEABLE PERSON. A Pllow eermaOs Desasrbee the api easm-A Caesure That eatifests ii.s Cestemps of everythIug eoreign on S.w ay Pssible Oeeasion. There is noting of which, as an Eng iahman who has spent much of his life is foreign Lands. 1 am more heartily ashamed than the Britiuh cad on his travels, and I would like to take this op portunity to warn such readers as may not have had occasion to visit Europe I that my countrymen are not all built on the same lines as our traveling cad. and' that the latter must not under any cir cumstances be regarded in the light of a typical Briton. Generally speaking. the traveling cad belongs to the middle classes, although I am forced to admit that I have muet qui*e a number if his kind wh:o hIer namt s that figure in tue pages 0f u:rke. '- I manifestations of his calddishness are ponmpted in a great menare by patrio...

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