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

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 251. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, JUI.Y 8, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS ('LOSE. tern, menral iand local ............ ) p m. tern. fart mail ................... : p n. eten,, mgeneral and local........... N l.. n. tern, fast ,ail ......a..... .... .. A:15 a. in. SSdarli, M ondays. Wednesdays and Fridays ...................... :* . mn . Tongue Rivr, lMondays. Wesdnee days d Friday l ................... 7:30 a. im . . Sturdays ...... l p. m. C . . ..W . ... 8 t D , a . m . tul rther fida y e. Tndle. Etaiwiton. Noaslday.. id Fridayis.... 7 :: . ei. Batchford dSpecial MoD.tlays and rilab r ............ ... . N p.m. tovl ns .. ..................... :5 ia. m. cl e .... ........... ...... ... 7 p. ln. Cle ordeer cl e... ... . .4 lt 1p. m. titry clJs.......... ..... .... . t7p. m. aday--Of I.e o .In fr. m 12- tol. I im. ('HAS. W. W rDS.. , P. M. Northern Pacific Time Table. LgAVE MII.E rITeY OOlINs EST.t No. :i. Pacific Mailn ...

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 July 1893

THE DAILY .JOURNAL MIltI CITYa, MONTANA. Every Evelagi IExcept Numuay. Terms of Subscription. 31 MAIL, IN ADIANCE(. IeTAiE PAID. . Fditio..a ll." e a.. ............. ... tt. y Editiou, Mix rnNai ................ .i Edition. one month .................. I T) CITY JCUB"RIBERa. at farrier, every e~vening, at 25 ce.nt-s p'r weial WEEKLY EDITION. 1ELLOW PA eIIIR. f. Y.ar.. ..... ote t ..t.......... ............ ... " Saturday. July 8. 1893. HEAVY C'ATTLE LONaSEg. Several times during the early part ol this spring mention was made in the various papers of this state of the heavr osses of stock in the vicinity of Milli river in the northern part of this state, but the following from the Fort Benton River Press shows the oigs to have been even heavier than was then feared: The round-up. composed of the Milner. Home Land. Kohrs. Bloom. Slaughter and Bear Paw Poolouttits.together with representatives from other owners. be gan work on June 5th. in Valley county. at a point south of (Ilasgow. A...

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 July 1893

J f . ,tr "mol;, - l tnt."m nth The • a.' . - ti .iin li t; y after the g ',i .;:B i hluvC.est 'me at our busy store. A line of Japanese China, con sisting of beautiful odd plates, cups and saucers, tea pots, cream ers. tea sets. tooth pick holders, match safes, vases, etc., will be sold for cash to get them out of the way. This is a rare chance for lovers of fine China to pick up a bar. gain. They} will last but a few days at these low prices. Our line of choice light, medi um and (lark Calicoes, your choice any piece in the lot, 6;; cents, 16 yards for SI.oo. a saving to you of 33''= per cent. Everyb.4Iy kiek na ahbt the hard time.. , x 'pyt ui. Grand sale of Table Linens and Towels, Embroidery Material. Napkins, etc., goes merrily on. Prices so low we are ashamed to print them. Come and look them over. A co,nmictc line of Children's Sh.e- I we have to,. man" (if them i at t.:c.- t, cl. : ,, tt the lot; heat;iper tha, ;,;,in,-, i bare f,o,,.te . lili- ~il t,'e chee-fulls There - r...

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 July 1893

SRoyal Baking Powder, made from absolutely pure Grape Cream of Tartar, Imparts that peculiar lightness, sweetness, and delicious flavor noticed in the finest bread, cake, biscuit, rolls, crusts, etc., which expert pastry cooks declare is unobtainable by the use of any other leavening agent. MILES 'CITY. Most Progressive City in East ern Montana-A Sketch of the Past, Present and Possibi:ities of the Future. About 1876, a ncumbx c f iselttlers oc cupied land near Fort Keogh. about two miles from the present city on the op posite side of the rier. Some time la ter the governn ent i:nstituted ..,me changes. which cautse I a new location tobe sought by the 3t tlers and in April. 1878 the psnsent towr was laid out on land ,oned jointly b: the X. P. railroad and the set :1 r . 1', t..WInst. ., a prise, 1.90 acres. The bui -lin s aere framle or log. antl were a n,lber .f timnes burned and rebuilf. The first brick building was ercted by Joeph Leighton in 1881. This i-as the same year the rai...

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 July 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 252. MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, JULY to, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENT$ POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS ('LOSE. Spearflld, Mondays. W.ednemays and Friday...... .. 7: a. in. Tl.tiue River., Mondays, Weh.es d tayft Fridays ................... ;7:),. in. Sidle aurda .............. 4) p. m. Korlt , MondayE and FriTlay't.... 7 4) p. in. Latchfordnl Sp.eial. Molndnays and Fridays. ................ ......... 0t p. in. Office opens .... x:15 a. in. Sloses.. ..................... . t i . m einy order coeh . ............ . mnp.. Atry ch,.nbe.. r.. . p. nm. Edays -o.ir open tr m 1 toi I i. inl m. 'rHA. W. SsiDe. P. M. hnthera Pacific Time Table. LEAVEI Yil. CITY GOINl aEST. No 1. Pacific ExpLrr.e ................. :4i, a. ti . No.. Pacific Mail ....................II . an. No W Extss Freight ... .......... :10 a. m. to 4 Atlantic Mail. ................... :2 a. im. No 54 Exprss Freght ................ I :1. a. m. No 56 Way Freight ................. l0 a. i Offic...

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 July 1893

T1HE DAILIY JOURNAL. MILKe CITY. MONTANA. Every Evenaig Earept Nsundy. Terms of ubserription. St MAIL. IN tDVAN'E. POSTAMGE PAID. am i l. Edit.. .u.n*" y.ar ............... .. aly Edition, ix month.... O.. 1 S L Edition. one n tl ............... l.. , TO) ITT tHAFIl5tEIt. s carrier. every ,evenitn. at 25 c.nlts per w,''.k. WEEKLY EDITIOY. YELLOW PAPER. Year e........ .....a r. .......: .E ' = =Months.... I:*I, Monday. July 10. 1693. The contract for building the state erphan asylum at Twin Bridges has been let to (. A. Appleton of Helena. LIEIT. PEARV. the north pole search or, is anything but superstitious. as he started on his expedition last Friday. and had just thirteen people in his party. Should anything happen him. those who believe in these two unlucky circumstances will certainly raise a wail of woe. THE Independent wants the reform school rushed so as to accommodate a brace of six-year-old tirebugs who have been into mischief in that city. The artesian well is nearly compl...

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 July 1893

Jt:ly is our "Spec ia Sale" month. The ;.' .;laslon illm.ediatcly after the gl,,r.o,u. .itlt is harvest time at our busy store. A line of Japanese China, con sisting of beautiful odd plates, cups and saucers, tea pots, cream ers, tea sets, tooth pick holders, match safes, vases, etc., will be sold for cash to get them out of the way. This is a rare chance for lovers of fine China to pick up a bar gain. They will last but a few 1 days at these low prices. Our line of choice light, medi- f um and dark Calicoes, your choice t any piece in the lot, 6M cents, 16 yards for SI.oo, a saving to you of F 330,± per cent. ti Evrr)Mdy kicking ah,,ut the hard time. .x. Ia Mept no. Grand sale of Table Linens and Towels, Embroidery Material, K Napkins, etc., goes merrily on. ar Prices so low we are ashamed to hi print them. Come and look them over. A complete line of Children's KS .Shoesl ( w. .\.C to, a nflln of ye them at p <lc to cloe outolt the lot: chea,,r ;an .,oing hare fo,oted. 'he.y '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. — 10 July 1893

Royal Baking Powder, made from absolutely pure Grape Cream of Tartar, Imparts that peculiar lightness, sweetness, and delicious flavor noticed in the finest bread, cake, biscuit, rolls, crusts, etc., which' expert pastry cooks declare is unobtainable by the use of any other leavening agent. BI1.L4NYE'sILIFE IN .. . THE lISE AND FALL OF A FELLOW NAMED FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE. A BHasºrd lIatlient 5li,.i in; I . E.x* i a i the Life Is-",unethitK Atolet ti1hGiuinei 1 Bet antd the l*es It His- Ne's" Hoe.r made R. friger: :or. Agriculturist. Pe.cnlir. M..,.. wri 's to know: 1. How long shu, ed a c;:lf bhe tpr mitted to, a·scxiate wit], its t.,, ther be fore vea;in. . .iha , , kn,' about farni.o,, ..n' o ak .tc." .,. lIow do they compare wit, tl, e' of N ,rth Carolina. e'l catlly a H. rnder.on andl Buncomb, ' co'rt': 4. What 'i :lol with your .i...-,.- .t - ini .uninn "r? First-For marl: r calves nre ger rally veiled hefore thel are fully aware that by sin death caine into the v:orl 1. II :. ...

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. — 11 July 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 253. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, JUILY II, :893. PRICE FIVE CENTS • ,,. . n POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS ('LOSE. n, fast mall................... . 111, p. m. Wsterfast mai ...... n . . :15 a. m. hpearfhi., Mondayn, Wednesday. and Fridays ................. .. 7 ::i a. m. da d Frday ................... a. . S de. turt ....... . . . 21)) p. m. ow'lton. MNldays and Fridays.... 7 :)1 p. m. Hltchford Speeial, Mondays and ridays ............................. 1 p. M . opl s ...... :. a. m. ela s ......................... 4I ) p. m. oney order el, i ...... ........... 4J p. in. kstry chi. .... 7..1.. . . . ) p. inm . Sundays--Ofl.e oen from l 1to 1 p. m. ('HAa. W. StYDE, P. M. herthera Pacific Time Table. LEAVE MII. ('1ITTY 001GO WEST. o 1. Paeifie E spr+ ................. :45 a. in. ?4o. Pacific Mail .....l·W n 1:)p. m o Exprs Freight... .......I. 1:' p. m. No 55 Way Fr glht ................. x:40 a. m. LEAVE MIL.ER ('IT (GOING EAST. No. Atlantic I...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 11 July 1893

THE DAILY JOURN A L. t !: º' BT AT THE LAST. 3IIL31 CIT. MONtANA. - - _ :V WHICH PHYSICIANS Every Evresga Izrcpt %utday. Cý i ...IYNE DEATH. Terms, of Sttberil,tion. UI MAIL. IN .tDV.tAN('E. PSyT EL PAID. mi Editiu.,u. I u . Iar ... ...... . y r t in tha, on .ta oth .... ..... ..... r la . TO 'IrTY alt'oa"RIItEIn. t carrier. every ern. ing. at ur cPItI tar we rk WERRKLg EDITiON,. YEI.LWA PAPER. ly osth t . . ..... t.on los nth.r... .a ..... L.w I Tuesday. July 11. 1tL3. TONY. Trtns. a forlmer resident of Ne hart. in this state, but now of Portland Ore.. has fallen heir to an immense for tune in Japan. and in future will pIrob. ably conatitute himself oneuof thtlr Ton) Tubbs which stand on their own re sources. UNdI)lt the new ratings of the laxit office department the most of the presi dential postofilces in Montana have ex. lerienced a cut in salaries, in fact all but three have been redtuced from te1(1 to ti(tl per year. Miles City is cut from 1.70t to $I.0tK). THE Butte tchhool d...

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. — 11 July 1893

July is our "Special Sale" month The tt:il season inmmediately after the glorious 4th is harvest time al our busy store. A line of Japanese China, con. sisting of beautiful odd plates, cups and saucers, tea pots, cream ers, tea sets, tooth pick holders, match safes, vases, etc., will be sold for cash to get them out of the way. This is a rare chance for lovers of fine China to pick up a bar. gain. They will last but a few days at these low prices. Our line of choice light, medi um and dark Calicoes, your choice any piece in the lot, 63 cents, 16 yards for $I.oo, a saving to you of 33y3 per cent. Everyb.dy kicking about the hard times, ex cept Ut. Grand sale of Table Linens and Towels, Embroidery Material, Napkins, etc., goes merrily on. Prices so low we are ashamed to print them. Comc and look thenm over. A complete line of Children's Shoes ( we have ttco many of them ;at pricc to close out the lot; cheaper than going bare footed. They will be cheerfully shown you. There is n -:,i 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. — 11 July 1893

Highct of all in Leavening Power.- Lttc U.. o v't Rcport. ABS~Powder _ AbSWneI PURD A DAY CREAM. When high above the busy street Iome hidden voice poured Mary's l~ n Oh. then my soul forgot the beat And roaring of the city's throng. Then Boston bellsand eries fell low. Blent to a far and murmured tone That changed and chimed in mystle flew. Weaving a spell for me alone. No more the towering blocks were thee. No longer pressed the crowds arond. All freely roamed a magic air Within what vast horlaso's boamd: Beneath a s: y of lucent gray Far stretihted the circled northern plaint Wild sunflowet n decked a prairie gay. And one dear autumn came again. Before me trod a winsome maid. And, oh, the mien with which shesteptI Her soft. brown hair withouta braid Hiding the ebshoulders where it swept. And glancing backward now she gave To me that smile so kind and wise. The radiant look from es s to grave That spoke her inmost ;.t anise. Divinely on my dau. v :.r went, The wild flowers leaning ...

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 July 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 254. MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. " AtL4 1L (.LOsE. Laternm . -real aini loal ....... ýti ~.. in Laste ,, ar mail .... ...... 1J: t it. 01. Wnrir"rn, gr..rnr.l .ind h.4eal..... '1(i i'. nt. Western. tacnt :n iail. j... 7:I: a. tn. Tnpaue Rid r Mnday). W..lineln andd Friday ... .r i. n. Toºngue Riv Cr. :it.'ndii)n. W,i0'. ::nt i in Sa di.r. Satijerl. . . . lii I. ,n. FSna i . a t Fir. in 1r. in. Frnida3 4" i... ... .. ... . .. . ... . Northern Pacific Time Table. LI.1 ". I: \Ius. iT l l.,qv,: ,\i-1 . N.. I. Parilich .' r : No ..4 'n-- F N..'. I 4 1..... In hr "` . . . .i.Ii N o. r ,' 1 1 :1 F r! , n : l . : . I . Official Directory. ..... "r..u" . . "l.I";"I!.r it"I-. II. ~ Li , ut l.!b1 . w r F. \". I I 5Itý ,, r. ..:.i II V. . " I .. 1:- .1 !"1 -... S~ti~tI n'.In- I. \. it .r" II. i":" li - ; II I. t 1 . . .. .. l t!1 ft I~ 1'1 1 _ 1' Wl te .I!~"'l 1 :' ' t1 i1 ! OR. ADAMS, Dentist, S...

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 July 1893

THE DAILY .JOURNAL. MILtS CITY. MONT.ANA. Every Evsensa Ixcept Mssdoa. Terms of Subseriptioa. 3T MAIL, IN tADtIi eNE. Purr T4E PlAi. E5l t itt..on.iore )isr ... . ..... stat1. E~~E~ditiuai. tax m.rntla... 11liii Da &ly£itiou, *,ne mouth.. .. 14.1r TO CITY xl'BM RIEBERM. By carrier. every evenina. at i: cnitr pir w.-k. WYEEMLY EDITION, 1ELLOW PAPER. p, Y e ar................ ...E.M ms M o uth............. .... i.e. Wednesday. July 12. 18i13. Owi t. to the small-pox scare in Ana conda. it has been decided to change dates with Butte. and accordingly the Butte meeting will open on Saturday next. with the the hest lot of horses that ever appeared on a track in Montana. IT 1s estimated tha2 over 1.000 pen sioners have been suspended under the order reteritly made by Secretary Smith to the effect that a pensioner under the act of June 27. 1ifIN. drawing a pension for total disability. must be shown to be physically incapable of manual labor. These suspensions are for sixty days. during...

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 July 1893

J uly isour *Special Sale" month. The (.:l .scason imomediately after the glut ions 4th is harvest time at our busy store. A line of Japanese China, con sisting of beautiful odd plates, cups and saucers, tea pots, cream crs, tea sets, tooth pick holders, match safes, vases, etc., will be sold for cash to get them out of the way. This is a rare chance for lovers of fine China to pick up a bar gain. They will last but a few days at these low prices. Our line of choice light, medi um and dark Calicoes, your choice any piece in the lot, 6% cents, 16 yards for SI.oo, a saving to you of 33' per cent. Evrryb,,,l kicking ahmt the hart tinwe. exz. .pt Ut. Grand sale of Table Linens and Towels, Embroidery Material, Napkins, etc., goes merrily on. Prices so low we are ashamed to print them. Come and look them over. A complete line of Children's Shoe, 4 %%c have too many oj them ) at pricy, ti c ,.e out the lot; cheaper than going bare footed. They n ill be cheerfully shown you. There is 1t ,. ...

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 July 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Govt Rcnort. J Powder AaMTLY PURl THE CON.JURE WOMAN. batole Ann' Ti mpy, she wot live Vander in de Krove. she give Sumpin to on' niuley row, An no sout cain't milk her now. An we all's hawgs, dey runs an squeals Lak some no chase 'em thoo de fl's., An more'n dat dah's ole Uric' Saul Caln't sca'cely use his laigs at all An say she's cunjered him, he know. Ya-a-ap'm! d-t'o so! An wun-t dey was a 'oman, too, Eeerd all .,u' 0 at Ann' Tempy do. An she ga er 1 .t I ',e 'eayed, Ti I. ore Aun' Tei I L and ,at day; F',7 nuo vcr hd, wudu Isay, but 'in a atunt .1. ' o' cough. Dilt f,.4 i:!(1 smack off Au tn' r . .nno' 11 u:wl- .. .: 1'l :c e" IzL*Lan'. i At otic.1 Tony n: al in. Audalh I ' A-t skin u~~ hint '," 1 t r, 1: " datI It nI o -Paul ,1, Two (1.( Ite ntat .tnun. Th, o1. f <d Tin I, Yvr" In Par lin'; : ., : a had call ril~~yh anti to U i l I; g~i;i Itt :1\ lii of t..11 el1' r ho the t othr of ". that . . riLer . ti l, :r lut ing i,. go...

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 July 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 255. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JUI.Y z3, z893. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGUIATIONS. MAILS ('LOSE. tern, eral and local ............ :00 p. inm. s. r t at .................... 1 .1 pl. a. este, neral and local ........ p. m. Wea , Moneye, WNedesday' s .m. ..d.................. :30a. m. TinLoe River, Mnmdays. Wedn~es dq sad Fridays ................... 7 :0 a. . . tol ar.das. . .......... 2ffl) p.m. wlton, Mandays and Fridatys.... 7:0 p. m. tehford Serial. Mondays and d .................. ........... . . Qge open... a:iiia.m. nlM rs e.......................... t pr . m . clo e ..m............ .. ...... "0 p. m. )-OlDr open frtrm l to I p. m. S('lA. . . W In ll P. M. lrte rn Pacifi Time Table. LIAVMII MILEM ('ITt 0)J1O wgT. No . Paife F.xpres................. :44.. im. To. 3. Paciflc Mail ...... .. 11El -l.p. im. NoJc Way Freight .... ... :0 a. . No. l Atlantic Ezm pru ...ss . l....rn.. 1"i p. In. NO Atlantic Mail. ................ e lr. ...

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 July 1893

THE DAILY .IOURNAI1. MllI.E'+ ('ITV, MUSt.%%.tl. Everg v .rurrlll* t·arrlIt r15ul~wu, Terms elf/ Slnlrmciiptiour. E ll Eit ,.... .".5 *1..(01 £1 Edit J.u.... ix~u1 xxii, u.. 115n toy. u, r U.M.1x 0Iii Nowll. N e Yl.lltl.. Lair )I(IrI1TraH.. ·I1 I :1:1 M#6 1 'ien UIneion eigii Niorthr !'s~ae'tte- reail rieled haic. delrce','d cIN iu'ee waer (illt tug (:re'set Noerthe'rn. in thact they wilt nit trIaltltt an1) fiirtherg' buinelje's with the' latter riiel,. II erg..tec,iri it 11111 IieNin thle' e'eet-i cc ten cll i unil trip tii'ke·ts Pii wee3 ciur their wne rjeetl. eail re~turning uener i'itl p: itt the' three' rFltl14. hut een tin' fetluri' thee' terte'r twIt will *'4ci'hitiKt. ecburtesiiee ias htiicrtn.e. while' the' g reait Northe'rni wil hatve tec jets. tille itr t.wit teel le. res14elt it this, teer'ei aeteicee14Meee' oef t'ueiter c'iiieIit) pHlnies it iine the roll oIt el tiret icuam iei ii i t4 Ihut ii. iinee htaving oveer dtd.tdtt.tINt worth it taxaebl·e peroe ct'ty unl'essc li...

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 July 1893

J ily is our "Special Sale" month. The r:t11 .casuon immediately after the glI r ous Ith is harvest time at our husy store. A line of Japanese China, con sisting of beautiful odd pl)ates, cu)ps and saucers, teapots, cream ers, tea sets, tooth pick holders, match safes, vases, etc., will be sold for cash to get them out of the way. This is a rare chance for lovers of fine China to pick up a bar gain. They will last but a few days at these low prices. Our line of choice light, medi um and dark Calicoes, your choice any piece in the lot, 6% cents, 16 yards for $S.oo. a saving to you of 33f'. per cent. E Etr)'ry ly kickina" aim-tt the, hard timl"e.*,x. orpt ui. Grand sale of T'able I.inens and Towels, Embroidery Material. Napkins, etc.. goes melrily on. Prices so low we are ashamed to print them. Come and look them over. A. coniiete line of (:hilren's Shoes (\ ha;ve too manI;Ly of theml at ,ric - - , cl:he ,:u the lot: cheaer :hi.n t ,ing bare footed. They n iI be cheetrfully sl ii l y'...

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 July 1893

Highcst of all in Leavening Power.-Latest . S. I;ov't Report. rrrrrR9 v wder1 -o AJMCwas THE NAVAL PAGEANT LESSON$ DRAWN FROM THE INTER NATIONAL DISPLAY. Smeesesv teers of tae Wavy asses. " Is Tme or Pease Psepe vpre ware w -e $lg Able to l ght Is Oftee a Prteletlem. as. serbeets Part. The pages which Secretary Herbert de6 Votes in the North American Review to a comment on the great show of ships at Nortolk sad New York deal with it irst as an illustration of the friendly feeling that now prevails between the Unitedl States and other nations. He recalls that this peaceful rendes vous took place in the very roadetead where the Monitor and Me rrimac fought and near where the Le. p. rd attacked the Chesapeake, while clo, by at Nor folk lay the old Constellation. successor to Truxton's frigate that overcame the Insurgente in 171'9. Of the nine natiori whose 30 Wv:aihi .a were there gather. I three were replublics. bi.c all the vessels put on the colors of Italy in honor of the twenty-fi...

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