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

THE . YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 256. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JULY z4, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOIFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS CLOSE. , an eral and local............ p. m. t a .................. 14 p. m. wmtern, and .aL lk~elt| ........... 1150p. m. Wa ttevk fast nal ........... 8:15 a. m. S.eat4.a, Mondays, Wednesdays sad Fr dar ya ........ ................ 7: a.m. to, mda and Fridy..... 0 p.m. fod Stpecial, Mondays and S............................. 8 p. m . gQdpana ..................... 1:11 a. m. gob eClo s ....... ................ 77ep.m . _ e a. m.m. --- ee open from 1n to I p. m. ('CA. W. Sawan P. M. Ulerther Paolfio Time Table. LAV1 MILS .ITY GOINOG . RVT. 1. .p iS p ................. :4 . N. Ap fSe aoil ............... .. 11:0r) p. m. o xpr reight .............. 1 t p. in. No 51 Way Frriiht ................ 11:40 a.m. LLAV'. 5.II('IY (IOT 001. AST. No. Atlantic .xpre .............. I . .~ m. S4 Atlantlc Mail.................... .:_.n m. o4 Espres Fr eight ..........

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 July 1893

THE DAILY .JOURNAL. MILER CIT%, MO.NTANA. Every Eveniag Except "iandlay. Terms of Subscription. BT MAIL, IN ADVANrE, P.i T..(- PAID. lils Etlitan. one year............ . St. t Edition. six in,|th ... . .i.' aily Edition, one nun.th .............. . I. D TO ('ITY s.IBi('RIBER . S carrier, every evenintl at 25 cents per we.k. WEEKLY EDITION, YEI.LLO PAPER. SY ear ..................................... Motth .................................. 2o.0 M o tths ............ ................... 1.0 0 Friday. July 14. 1893. THE Butte Inter-Mountain is author ity for the Anaconda company has 1.440 men on its mine payroll and 1.100 more engaged in building the Butte and Ana conda railroad. and has no idea of clos ing down. Neither has any other cop per properties now running, while a number of idle companies contemplate resuming work within a short time. THE terribly disastrous fire in the cold storage warehouse on the World's Fair grounds is drawing the attention of the entire nation to the cri...

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 July 1893

Our line Ladies Muslin Under. wear at cost for a few days. It is displayed on center coun ter and shows a very handsome assortment of Ladies' Night Gowns. Those children's Corset Waists which had such a sale this spring at 35c, we will close out at 25c White or Drab. No more than four to any one person. Pear's Soap., perfumed, We box; No. 1711 White Rose Soap, .O box, while they last. But the m >st interesting of all our great sales is the present slaughter of our Shoe stock. Ladies' hand turned, machine sewed, welts, etc., in all sizes and widths, former price $3.50 to ~5.oo, all marked one price, $2.50 per pair. Can you used them? If so speak quick: they'l not be here long. Child s oxford-.. and all colored shoes, tans or reds,. close out at first cost. Small n. rlant, t ili do Well to look over fhe-. ibarain> andsiort up their stock. Mail order, a plccialty. THE DIAII, .IOURNALI MIILE ('ITY. MONTANA. .lot'ItNAL I*E TIIERK IEPORIT. Ite Tentp. Wind Weath.tr. th a , . .... N ....

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 July 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report 4~~am Rrw AJMMXLMMIY PI~1 APOSTROPHE OF TIME. O spirit ster of time, in thy uacmealag Albt, ew fallt the works and monuments tof earthl t .eatth y rude hand all pleasurs ee away And happy yesterday tamre dull today! Ssweetest joy becomes the maddest sorrow h eemtemplation of the stMa tomorrow. h. stay awhile and help me bash worry. Is other woods, don't be in such a b.rry. Slinstant ar-tarry, please! You wre'*t Wl, then. go chase yourself! gemt! Avaunt! -Albert IL Hunt in Philadelphia Lodger. A Care For stasmmserig. A gentleman who stammered from shildhood almost up to manhood gives a very simple remedy for the misfortune: Go into a room where you will be quiet and alone, get some book that will in terest but not excite you and sit down and read two hours aloud to yourself, keeping your teeth tog ther. Do this every two or three days. o'" once a week if very tiresome, alwsy-. taktug care to read slowly and distinctly, movi...

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 July 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 257. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, JUL.Y 5, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTI POSTOFFICE REGUUTIONS. MAILl ("LOSE. Iautern, greneral and al ........... p. --tern, fast mall ................... 1:- p. tn. erttrn, .nen, r al ati lca........... I4); p. in. estern. fast mail ............. ...:, a. -tuarthtl,. MNndays. Wen'ntl"May ain Fridays .... : ". in. Tongue River. M..,~a R. W.n' les. da d Friday .................. 3 a.m. olt, on and Fridays .. 7 . tehfrid Icial D et Monoday. and it aYs ...................... ... .0 . m . : opens ..... :15 a. in. eh.ir ......... ....... . din p. m. elm... . iii . in. oony order e .......... .. l) p.I siatry cnes ... ..... . . 7 p. m. sys--Ollc olin fri, 12 tl I p. m. ('aAa. W. Velte. P. IM. hrthern Pacific Time Table. LEKAVE MIf Ea (ITt OmIN WKaT. No . Pacific Eapr, ................ :4S a. in. No. t Pacific Mail .................. : p. m. No 53 Exlpmsrersigh .........t.... 11: p. m. No 55 Way F.ight .................. :4...

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 July 1893

tHE DAILY JOURNAL. mlu crYT , mosITAA. irsery Evealag scept sunday. Terms of Subscription. ST MAIL, IN ADVANICE, ?POTAO rPtID. ~ll ition, o w yea· r ................. ...s... O. ils E ition. r ix months....... .. . .a Bii Edition. ote momth...:.............. l ,ut TO CITY StrUtDCRISS. Smrrier. every evning. at Za. eneutr ier w,',k. WEUXLT EDITION,. ILLiOW PAPER. . .ear....... .. *L, M onths ................................ l.a Saturday. July 15. 189t. THE latest rumors from Europe indi eate that war between France and Siam is inevitable, and is liable to break out at any moment. Even now all trade be tween the two countries has been stopped. and a feeling of the bitterest animosity exists. OWC'An NEEBE. one of the Chicago anarchists recently pardoned by (Gov. Altgeldt. on Wednesday last. was mar ried to Mrs. Eliza Hlepp. The papers may nothing as to the beauty of the bride, but make haste to convey the in telligence that the bride is the owner of a flourishing saloon." THE question ...

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 July 1893

(hlr line Ladies Muslin LInder wear at cost for a few days. It is di-lplayed on center coun ter and sho,. a very handsome assortment of Ladies' Night Gown . TIhose chihlren's Corset Waist, which ha I u1ich a sale this spring at 35c. we ~i Il close ,out at 2;c Whitc or lirab. No more than four to any one person. P..ar+, ..,M l* rN' r. -,.r ' r+ r . .,.. %o. tII W.'ho1. k.. m .I. tllr,.h . "1.,1." 111h |"l.at. But the im ,-t interr'ting of all our great salce is the present slaughter oif our .hot" stock Ladies hand tuirned. nIa'hm iv .(o(. all n rk, I one 'rice. S52 :o pi r pair. (C.' 1,-. a ' thl in- If -, pt.i k ,; ., t ,. I n t he h.r fit-t ... , MIl 4 I T -. 'ITS. 4. M .ai , T . 1i r . '', r))· ~ t ,. tI l 11ý % . n I.a *rat~, rIut. LOCA I,. TEl \S. lard ,. , A. A. Haley o t r Te rrf.. it tred ia t.. r it las:,art night. iJ. B. Olier o LV. n s-t-on reitered in I it tlNt eiing Fa icit-bf f aeth.ey ur? Au. Com. Kill. Witl. iti. J. F. Drewi cae up from Terry lastB A. A. Hadley of Ter...

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 July 1893

Hi ik 't ,i all i: I,: .i ening Power.- Latest U. S. Go't lkcplort. ,4eBakinnl¢i T- - i~al ~l'" ,.. re~ Rde Ate.lrrl I1B HE POPPED. hat For aeveratl tReases TNT Are Net Now Engaged. They were two fair young things who were spendingthe night together andez changing confidences as they prepared to retire. "Oh. Kathie!" said the blond one as she deftlydrew out her hairpins, "what has become of that awfully handsome fellow with the long, drooping mustache who used to take you driving so oftenT" "Oh, mercy! Did I never tell you all about that affair?" asked thl, brunette. "You know you didn't. you met-an thing, and I am just adying to hear all about it." "Well. I'll tell you-but what perfect ly lovely russet shiws! Where did you get them?" "Oh, bother the shoe ' I am just dy ing" *Ohi. yes. As I was tying. lie was pier fectly lovely-it's a ' ,g story though. You rememlwr that told youi he .'ear equally attentive it ly conuin Nell. whc was staying with Ii' at the time?" "'I rememii r. P. ...

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 July 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL VOLUME XI. NO. 25j. MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, JULY z7, 1 $ PRICE FIVE POSTIFRfCEE.NLATIUS. MAiLs (r ss. =1 ,1-.urdd Htcal ............PIs*p. in /"sH" n.t ral and local ...... Iý:B y. mm astern, fart l ·il ..... 11:1 a. m ~ator~.(··t milii-'.:L... Spearllah, Mt.nday.. Wi.Inradaya and Friday# . 7 Alt i . mn Tongu. River. M..udnyri. W..dnm dayalazd Fridlay. 7 29 a. m iadleSatnp= )*ay ...E:1 22.pm f~ltWhn. ina niad Fridayr. 7 S*i p. ma Siirbanl. YMoniays and rtd ........ .. ..2. M p.m t/g4 :lZ. a. mn Clis7 fitI . in Mne y orderrn.,, . .. 429pm , *HA. W.. Saw. P. m. ertber. Pacik fiTi Tab. 1.2%%"K UI.K".. ITI 4,r1'4( MnUT. no i. Parcifl Ki.ttn .:47, a. m. No.:I. Pacifictrl . . II :p. na. No 1 9 Faprem f r.i.ilr . II : tp. tn. No td N Uay r.iglht .i :4a. M. ILanti M1i1.x.'ITI a.11101. KInT. No 4Atlantic Yari ; as . m.. No, 54 EKxplryr. a ~ial~t !! :%. m. No 56ay Yrr Pr ht I:a. nm Official Iirecwry. S IT M YantItIC' ..t 1 .elan..r .4 .'. kfnriinn. }A~ltH, au tk.....

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 July 1893

T-lE DALLY JOURNAL. MILES CITY, MONTANA. Every Evsalag Eseepe sasuday. Terms of Subscription. aT MAIL. IN ADVANCE. POSTAGE PAID. ,tlt i . oIne year .. . ................. , d itio n. eiz month ........... ...... . U ltition. oMn monwth ............. i...) To CITY At5BM5RItERi. a Vreler. ever)py ,veniitr. at i cents, per week. WURLT LDITIO.,. YELLOW PAPER. Year.... .. .... ..... i Sonday. July 17. 1893. TUE death of Young-Man-Afraid-otf His-Horse, head chief of the Sioux. is announced from Newcastle. Wyo.. he having dropped dead on Thursday last. Be was one of the warmest friends to the whites in his tribe. and has frequent ly demonstrated the fact. He will now be succeeded by Little Wound. who is also a great friend of the paleface. IT is now announced that the execu tion of the nine Choctaws will take place at Caddo. Indian Territory. on August 4th. Inspector Faisson, who was sent there by the interior depart ment to investigate the matter. has .e come convinced that the men were f...

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 July 1893

Our line Ladies Muslin Under wear at cost for a few days. It is displayed on center coun ter and shoa s a very handsome assortment of Ladies' Night Gowns. Those children's Corset Waists which had such a sale this spring at 35c. we will close out at 2'c White or lDrab. No more than four to any one person. Pl.ar'. , Io . ,..rfum.,l. -r t.x . N.. 1711 W1hit,. H,.,+ Huma, . +r b1,x. Whil,, tih)." lalt. But the m ,,t interesting of all our great sales is the present slaughter of our Shot stock l.adit - han,! turned. machint sea ed. aets,. etc . in all s:tel and t i~ths. iformer lrice S.:.o to S..xC. all marked one price. $2. oc per !lir ( in - theti y If spt,t ,;,:. 1b. 1 I a t b e here fir'. I , , THE IAII, .1 11N.lI MilladilB Uniiv it . att S.btr...r.. fo .', {it). .t.atau a. It 'RIlNuiTO.. V .is" t . ath.ir .iareau. l.rii6:-Thr N>ve for t {, for 1i l o rs rtm ia&. n.. ii. it dat. LOCAL ITEMS. They laid him is hia ttle raee. For he bad deae hie wort ; Matt Murphy was in town yes...

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 July 1893

Pay the Price Royal Baking Powder is shown by chemical tests absolutely pure and 27 per cent. greater in strength than any other. Many second-class brands of baking powder are urged upon con sumers at the price ofthe Royal high-cost, first-class Royal. These powders, because of the inferior quality of their ingredients, cost much less than the Royal, besides being 27 per cent. less strength. If they are forced upon you, see that you are charged a correspondingly for Royal only fowr them. THIE GOSPEL 0 F WORK SMILE ZOLA'- STIRRING ADVICE TO FRE CM STUDENTS b$ r ,s IE' as 5Muterl) lw"'eh I)tell serd Befo a Body of YVunm Men In Pis-Tb * .elation R.etween !wiener nd rap, neP tplatsined. Emile 71la. the famous novelist, pre lded at a dati.er given by the Students" amoeistion of Parns In the course of the evening he spMke as follows: Did science ever promise happiness I do not think so Science prnuirt,,l the truth, and it is questionable if hatlinn, can he made ont of facts. To l,e cor: 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. — 19 July 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 260. MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS ('LOSE. rn, rl and l.eal ............ :10 p. m. e, fart rail ............. ....... : I t. m. rn, ieneral an i hwsl ..... ... n 44 p. in. ataru, (art mai.. ...... x:l a. m. Spearcsh. M.'Ila)s. Wvlwsulays. an d Fri days .... ... :0 a. m. TOM mg River, NMotidny... Wednee. de, it Frddays .. . ..... . . 3 p m.t. ntowlt las i mia r ml Fridayt .. 7 :a p. m. utehfud Seial. Mondays anld F d a y-, . ......t....fitp... . . a . .. e opet.. . . . . ... : a. m. el lr ........ ... ) p. m. ny o.,.ircloeh. .............. (iap.m. r ckstry a ...... .. ... !A) p. m. Sandais Olfk". p,.,wi frin, 1:I t, 1 p. m. ('IHA. H . SEYDe. P. M. Northern Paufico Time Table. LEAVE MILI.E (ITt ioaItU I. tET. No I. Pacific x . .. .. a. m. No. : O. Pacific Mail.. ......... p. m. No li Expressnw Freight . .. :3 p. in. No.i Way trtighlt ..... . :4)a. in. IAIat e IdI.A . ('IIT.. (lNl O ...

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 July 1893

THE DAILY' .I()UIRAI. MILEM CITY. MONTANA. Every Yveninag xcerpt ssnday. Terms* of Subsctription. BY MAIL. IAD ADtAtCE. IPTA.E PAIL). i) Edtihotl. one year . ..... ... . .. tl py Edition. ix lolthtt ..... .. ..... €;.€* ' N] E:hrtin. .onle month ........ ... 1.*I. To ITS tBa,*CIRBER . s tcarrier. ev, ry -vretniit . a .t c vt ..r w.w k. WtKKLY EDITIn Y. YELLIW PAPER. Yaar.... . ... ........ .......... . s.l t P te M nt......... . .. . ..... . lint Sonatlo .... ... ........... ...... ... 1.I0 Wednesday. July 19, 1891. MrisoutL. is shaken up by the advent of small-pox, and the physicians are reaping a vaccination harvest. The pa tient came from Butte. and has been quarantined. THE announcement that the Couer d' Alene mines would soon start up again proves to have been premature. but the mills will resume operations and clean up a large amount of ore, which is mined and ready for the stamps. while the mines will remain idle. THE Missoulian says that in reply to a letter of inquiry to Re...

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 July 1893

Our line Ladies Muslin Under A ear at cost for a few (lays. It is displlayed on center coun ter and shows a very handsome assortment of Ladies' Night Gowns. Those children's Corset Waists which had such a sale this spring at 35c, we will close out at 25c- White or Drab. No more than four to any one person. Pear'. tap,. purfumr.ld. :Ute Mix; No. 1711 Whift HI#te Sap. :k- Nix. while they' last. But the mi ist interesting of all our great sales is the present slaughter of our Shot stock. Ladies' hand turned, machine sewed, welts. etc., in all sizes and widths, former price 53.50 to $5.oo. all marked one price. S2.5o per pair. ('an you used them? If so speak quick. they'l not be here long. (Chill .. .'- anll all colorcd sh tJ.. t;ln- or ,td. CrcuC out at fir't rust. -mall nm , . i ,1, w ll tn, lo u' over 1lhe utaini and tort ulp ipe str. , .. 1aii ordecr- a -ict ;ity. THI IS AIIl, .IlI'RNAI, n.IE:% ('ITY', MuoNTANA. .POIt"K.I11. N. ilTHE I RPIIT. ,14 . T l". \rI in:l Weathlr. Itch •p:1 ...

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 July 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest C. S. Gov't Report. R,~wr o~e Iun AsaurIZ ewC Pwas~ TURF TOPICS. Carter Barker of Wisconastn has bonght Homwetake. 2:14), for.2,200. Homestake won several races for Salisbury last The fast kite track in Meadville. Pa. - a very busy place at the present time. a there are over 200 horses in training there. Ceers thinks Nightingale has a good chance in Buffalo's $20,000 free for all, and he has stronger hopes for Hal Point. or in the $10.000 pace. The appraisers of the estate of the late W. S. Hobart valued his trotting stock at $1Nl1.0. but under the hammer of Peter C. Kellogg it fetched $198.395. The spring trotting meeting at Vienna closed with a cab race, which was won by a double team. which trotted two miles and half a furlong to the cab in 2t8-about a 8-minute gait. Josh Billings used to say that the pre cocious boy never amounted to anything else, and there are soem bre-,lers and trainers who are beginning to think the remark will apply...

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. — 20 July 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 26x. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JULY 2o, 893. PRICE FIVE CENTS. POSTOFFICE REGUATIONS. Mu.LtU S 4ISI 5aatern. w~if ral ndloa . .. . . i..I 4"t 5rMern, tont ail ........... . : p. PWjctsr. g.twrn~f l awl t'aIl .. 41p. tn. Wa~teru. fart .,.ail..... . a. ani Fridtays Toaquag Riri"r. Mimi ay Witdm". 9a.Hr. lthttMri. 1 .. 21 aw 71. mtciafotrl S14p.'eia.. \liuitayi a.tii Fridayri ..... .................. " `It p. n. Office itrntr tN" pi. nt.. taer' irercitin.', . 4:10. . a. &andat.. 1tttti e.ijn Ir ot. .. 1 . i' 1' it". W . S.rt. 11; I'. M. Northern Pacific Time Table. No 1. PaciFIcr FtJxIptr. Ni.:. 24ttatilo' Mai-. . . I.. in. NO 53 Eipr,"r- F- f ht t 3 4 p. w N.,4 tItay 41,tii ': t 2t . Na .4 xitii,. jrt. ml.ii ,., . {:o . NI.. " \tlu nt u" Expren- .. 1.. :::.:. 1,. n. No 4.\tIHIII( Mail Nlo fSI Wat Fnritth :1"" s' Official Directory. G er--iirI. I, Iti..~tr, . 11". t. Satr.,tar..it lr.t:. I1.. r',i itl. III"" Blnrt· Tr,"ou·;I. \. rih t I....

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 July 1893

'THE DAlLY .I JOURNAI.L )TILES CITY. ~)INTA.A. I:v. rI Evelning 'Exrpt .udety. Tern.L of uhD eri.\ ai pt, !,. io TuE i '.\I ,. SA MAIL. I% DIOANCE. P'T EP1 .A Daily tliti.n. six rn,'nt .... .. , 3 Edition. ole i hll ........ .t..j . o To ITTA t('nRIBEi:H tCy carri.r. evurlv ninuat «i Ce, t iln'r wti.c k. WEKKLA EDIThIO. Yi.LLOIH P FE!A. e Y ar........ ..... .. . ... .... 1I .IK ut ,e M.t h ..... .. . ......... . . I. Thursday. July 2N1. 1$3). IIANKINti TiOIU II.EM. Comptroller of the Currency Eckles was the other day entertained at dinner in New York city, and while the affair was intended to be solely of a secial character it naturaily. considering the fact that all of the prominent New York bankers were present, drifted into a con ference upon the present tinancialstraits. Mr. Eckles in the course of his remarks said that the stringency of the money market was not due to any general de pression throughout the country. but that it was caused by a bad system of banking. It had only ...

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 July 1893

-4m (our line Ladies Muslin LUnder wear at cost for a few days. It is displayed on center coun ter and shows a very\ handsome assortment of ladies' Night Gowns. Those children's Corset Waists which had such a sale this spring at 35c, we will close out at 2;c White or Drab. No more than four to any one person. Pear'* s.amp. Ip.rfumn' ., :.le Ih,: No. ;.11 White Rta' S oap, ".c bol. whiilt thl' laMt. But the ni ist interesting of all our great sales is the present slaughter of our Shoe stock. Ladies' hand turned. machine sewed, welts, etc., in all sizes and widths, former price $3.50 to $5,oo. all marked one price, S2.;o per pair. (Can you used them? If so speak quick; thcy'l not be here long. Child- '., rdl-. a!:l all coored sh .ws. tallu r "" :. Ilst out ait ta ll n i t rI ,. , . \ i lh, wt ll ti , lt.,'k :verC til-, i,;ui - iandl sort til ther th e 'r THE DAII,1 .IOI'RNAI, MI I.IF i ITi. MI4SNT. NA. )a:,: t t.vI t I T'. III .EANN. MA ,itns , . m-' prtur lt. ..... ..........a... Mea...

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 July 1893

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