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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 27 July 1893

THE IELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 267. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS P RIIC EFII Cf A I ITIA T I A . C I I I a PUSTOFFICE REGITITOS. MAILS (CLOSE. em, and lucal ........ .AOp. m. estersogo .er and heel..... 3lg. : . ..Wc pen 4p~lera ant loc l. I ~a p. in. astera. fast mail...... . 14:1a. mn. Speariwal, Mondays Weaduway. and Frlda ..... .... . . 7:: pa. nm . Tongue Biter. M r..ty. cet days.ad Fridays.. . 7 M.. M. t0 . (08 F .. 7 p. mn. apt. ..................... .. lSp.m. cr ada a rok l* 7W p.rm. order claa., . 44109. in. ry ck . .. 7 10 p. M -orrrse oretl (rin t to l ? to. M. 1I p.M ('EAS. W. Saupg. P. M. snbleo Ploifto Tim Table. LEAIV NitE £lu1' I pttNo na':+T. No I Pacifi lzr ..a 14 4 a an No. : Pacilb Mfic l.. n .......Mal... llip. m. N0;#EZpreua l elglt l.. I in. No 5 Way Freight.... Xl a. rn LEAVE MILLS (c(TV (o.,No EAMT. N'o. AlDantic Ere....a .... :.5'. p. a. No4Atlantic Mal..... .. :r1a.nr. So 4 Ezpreea Freight . .. Ii :l a. m. No 56 W...

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. — 27 July 1893

THE DAILY .JtIOR.NAL. llILE CITY. MON T.ANA. Every Evnllllg El...pt n,llet. Terms of Sutrxcipti,,,. Ty Wlll.. IN 4It 14%C . I'" 14.1 t, i . I. t I n, ..n r .t nl i' ! Editioth . ,1 . carri,-r. .*V r) .,., '1ti 1. .t ","*£? t r WEEKKIY EtITi, N. I1. .l'. t PIi.. S _-- V,.ar . .Il Thursday. July '. ! t1:. MOST PEOPLE READY TO RISK IT. .ele.bu.ksand Bank Note Carry Bacteria. . (oullgressman Outthwalte's Plan. Representative Outhwaite of Ohio has, taken up and in view of the danger of eholura invasion will pr1ss4 vigorously at the next session of tigress a prIlposi-. tion for the frequeuo .xchange of soilei alper money for n.w notes. An inves.ti gation muade at his enug,.tstion has sholl'\ ; that old greenbacks and bank notles co, tain the germlls of disease to an nnusua' degree anllld that there is reason fr atl, prehension of thlem as a ir,,ucer of di ease. Inl iew of tih. necessity of the utmost precaution agautist the spread of cholera in this country this summer Mr. Outh. waite has...

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. — 27 July 1893

Our Line l.adies Muslin mlder wear at cost for a few days. It is displayed on center coufn 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 pers ,n. Pear' SMoap. terfunlm,. :.5r .,x: N... e711 White R w HSnap, M Oe tpx. whil. tlh' last. But the m >st interesting of all our great sales is the :,resent slaughter of our Shoe stock. L.adies' hand turned, machine sewed, welts, etc.. in all sizes and widths, former price $3.5o to 5.0oo, all marked one price. S2. o per pair. Can you used them? If s,, speak quitck: thi 1 not he here long. Child s ,' i , , ,;l,;re' shot-. tall:< ,t' ~!-' t it firt ', c st. look u vetl th, -. ,. . :.., - :r,, -,,!t II, their - . .. . MVl ,1 , er,h'-t -,,i,ly.ý MI.En ('ITY, MONT.ANA. •IO|'ll ALe WI-THElt e.fiE'HT. t7th W. TI .o a 11-Pa (rlt ,. Maxinlnll t.n.111..tatt11 t. !I;. Minimum thm|..ratur,.....

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. — 27 July 1893

HigheJ c all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't ReK ort. SPowder A5~Uf~I m_ -~·me - c---P A HISTORIC MARKET OLD CLOTHES i LONDON ALL DRIFt TO A FAMOUS PLACE. it casshes wars I. 0-a d1itah Asessess naeweee of Teaieseds of Peo.is Re. Wans * Wee ptes.w Apptse , but emst Pa VT i m h. Ir t. Down in the unmavory and ill favored garter of Houadsditch, behind the aree t the city whoere countless gold is made .d trnerd over. there is an inolosed space, pact of the so called Phil's build itp, which goes by the descriptive name of the Old Clothes Mart. Admission to It is obtained on payment of a penny as entrance fe !. collectel by a man stand ing at the bhea-er that divides the street from the emporiums beyond. The gen eral aspect is far from inviting, and a ldot cursory glance seems to reveal only a collection of rags and decrepitude. The Boor is nothing more than the pavement. The roof is the sky, and in rain or sun saine the heaps of clothes ar, exposed without protection to the cha:ng...

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. — 28 July 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 268. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JULY 28. 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGUIATIONS. MAILS CLOE. ~astern, general pndt local ...... It 410 p. am. Wautema, atna iI . edneda). tt:Uia.n,. ?owu River. Mondays. Wedn.es wlio, Mdaa riy.... 7 2p. m. riday.Secal Monday. and I Wp u open. .... 8:1 a. m. order doltw~. . 410p .m. ry rs .... . ..... ..... t p.m.. opetn frunm 12 to I p. m. ImAS. W. S arom P. M. Wanrh. Pacific Tin Table. l.5*VK MILt n f TY (GtNG t let. N4o . PaciSe Kpri. 'aa........ 84.a n Ioa rsFreigh lil. :3 . n ?Jo HR my Freight ....... ....K:40 it.in LaASE MILEM (ITt noun1 EAST. No. 2 Atlantic 1J~nOf........a ...P.2 1" » . an. 4 oAtlantic r. a. m. It 14 Epresa Freight ..... : a( sm NoIS Way Freight .. Official Directory. STATE. Memuher ..f 4'ougr.e. .('. S. Hartinan. Il..arnaru tsovernor.. ...J. . Rickard. Helena Lientvion..... Al Hotkin. Helena Secretary otf State . L. . hotwut. Helena State Treaurer. . j . Wright, Helena State Audi...

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. — 28 July 1893

?HE DAILY JOURNAL. MItEN CITY. MONTANA. Every Evening E3xrcpi %undiy. Terms of Sntbe.r-iptintt. 31 WAIL. IN ADVANC, POaT4IE PAID. IF lI: Eition. one lei-tr... . . ei..to11, lty Eultiat,o rix nmouth . ei.ii 13 Elition. titl naoath . .. . .. Ltts To a IT1 %t'BACRIIinRum 35 carrier. eVery .'ve'ning. at re-nt- it wi-i-k. WEKULY EDITION., lLL.Lii PAPER. Year ........ .. t.stie 3aMonthr ... ..w ra ot..ii r n t... .. .... ! Friday. July 28. 1Si L. TE closing of the two leading hanks of Helena. which was rumored here yes terday. was confirmed by the news col umns of yesterday's Helena Herald. which reached here to-day. and ertracts s from which are reprinted in this issue. aAs is usual in all sut-h eaes,. the calam ity was caused by a senseless scare in segard to the solvency of the banks. which no man could explain if called upon. or even trace to a reasonable ori gin. In the case of each bank, the easets doubled and trebled the liabili ties. and the doors had hardly closed 1seore money be...

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. — 28 July 1893

Our line Ladies Muslin Under wear at cost for a few ldays. 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 oaps. I -rfumne . 'die Mes; Noý. li11 White Rowe Soap. :10c bx. while they last. But the m 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. ; per pair. Can you used them? If so speak quick: they'l not le here long. Childs ixtrd., Idul all colored shoes, tais -or ledi . cI ec uilut at fir't cost. Small meurChiant, \il III o %%";1 to look over thc- i and ,ort up their -t' U. Mail urder. a . " iialt . THE DAI1i .IO'RNAL MILE. CITY. lONTA.%N. .flI'KRAL WEATHERt REPORT. Harom-1 rte T.rmp. Winl W It, r ID ILY I.0 .B. NI :...

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. — 28 July 1893

H a ll hc t *r I i v ning Power.-Latcst U. S. Gov't Report. AM HORIE AND HIS FLAi. Are EPISODE OF WAR DAYS IN THE MARSOR OF HONG*KONG. As Imposleat estmue sipper Whe WaG COOad~Uea Sm Et. Wap md Who parse Me Aabtm--Viplag Two Plugs S. Weo teal Wa se-flow he roee/. Was Mad. 'During the greater part of the war.' sid the retired skipper. "there were a large number of American clippers stall. ad in Hong-Kong harbor, having orders to remain there from their owners, who tested the Alabama. This arrangement did not at all please the captains and eoeers. as many of as were anxious to p horne and =hip in the navy. but orders were orders We could nit leave the ships. and the frequent visits of the Ala bama herself to ti-e harbor. forcing her self 'into our midst, as the saying goes, were very vivid reminders that neutral waters were a pretty good sort of an in vent itn "Although we passed the long weeks and months as pleasantly at we could. with all kinds of arrangements for kill hI time, both...

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. — 29 July 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNA L. VOLUME XI. NO. 269. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, JULY 29. 1893 PRICE FIVE .f.Th POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MIIL4 (LO 3IL Eatern. gnr'tera l ad klal .... . in t ral. fast mail .. .... .... .f.. m., We lstrn. Wnal a i Ira al .... 0, . rm., Aer fasnt mail...... . In. Upertllsh. Molnday.. W",lx,:1..nlay and Friday v ::1 1 a. rn. Tc~ngui· Rivl'cr Monlll;y.. FI*(crn dacyr. and Friday.. .. i a. m. ladlie lntnrat,, . t p. m. pow l~n. ~am~iy. sld F'~hi . i !11 [. rn. Ntiafeagnllpr,.4a..t , 3314 i. an. 4:ta.4 . n oes rl.... ...' 4IN5I. m. sn~y r, ." e loa . "rs I.01 to. xtr cl.es 411'.no guIun a Oliw." ..«t.. fro..n 4.3 t,.1, . Ill 4 W. sit rot.* .'. M. Northern Pacific Time Table. No 1. ExPaci frc Ex.itol . I:J. a. Ill. \ o . : 3 , l a t lo M a li .: 2 4 , ,. I x. No .28 Way- Freig.4t p Official Directori. r.1:%%1; ill. .ý 1"11 ,.oi k. F. t«T Sta 3.tt, lantu .x Ew 11.4 . t. I.::.. 1.I. r.., ANti (I .lini eI l . l i. n., 41, 5- ixe to . . Frig Is.ht I I-5i n,.t lot £ ...

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. — 29 July 1893

YHE DAILY JOURN'AL. ElLUM C!TT. MO (TA4A. Evcry Etatlmg E3.cpt *nsday. Ternu, q Sultwription. 35! MAIL. IN AUNlt1(k. &'..4A1. P!!I'. ai Editism,. .s.i!amIr. ... t.IX: Dily Edlitissl. .iP mn,mthtI. TO ( TY !UWSRIYIIEI!. p carrier. .very 'visingir, at 2'i r"ntrv p"r w."."1L. WEEMLY EDITIS"'. 5EI.i.'IW PAPLIl.t L ar. ... S r J.th.3 8sturday. July ' ~. 1RfE1. A s.TiRitAp.bY IEMtoN. The existing tinancial condition of the .ountry is teaching a lesson that no man can disregard or fail to understand. Panics and hard times have heretofore swept the country. but never within the memory of the middle-aged has every body been forced to appreciatethe value of ready money and the full signiticance of credit. as they do to-day. As a mat ter of fact. the whole country is to-day in a state of involuntary liqmuidation and the sudden change from the easy going times of the recent past to the matter of fact. unsympathetic and cold blooded system now forced upon us. is a wrench that but few in the ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 29 July 1893

Last Call on Summer Wash Goods. to cents per yard4 your choice, includes Ginghams. Satteens. Lawns, Crepons. Pampas Cloths. In ame ,Iail andl at iamen price wc add Io liceL.m Iut hleI FI, hi Caihmere: re gular pricc , ci.ts. at o10 rcnt pe' r 'ard. ~iZ / 0;"~ TlHE DA ihL1 .I(l .RNAI, MILE'. (ITY. .ONTANA. .IJ.l'KRN.I. W'ETHER REPORT. Har.n are Tm:np. WinI Wa.th.r. 2th a 5 a T W. lou 1l9th p . fit .SE. 5 1'lear DAII/ L.' * 11. MEANY . Maximum t.,mpurture, 92. Minimum temlprature. :I. Mean tempelratur, 72. Preelpitation i a la-I hours, O.0i H. I. IOYNTON. Oberrv.er. WE.tTIIER FPORE '.ST. WA sIaoro,. July . STo observer. Miles ('. , Montana:. M.itan :-'Fair Sunday; slightly ensoe. Monday morning. Chief of Weaer Nura. Nors:-,The above forieast is for l hboa from 6a.m.. its date LOCAL ITEMS. J. T. Baman of Boseman is in town, James Reid of Deer Lodge came dow, yesterday. Lemp's celebrated lager beer at But lard's. * J. Besore is registered in the city from Cincinnati. J. 8. Dunn of Helen...

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. — 29 July 1893

Hi,- - t ; all in L:. a cning Power.-Latest U. S. Govt Rpoart. i9 t j Bakng SPowder ,A IMW. PIURi Assaumy &e INVITI(G OLD AGE. OIVE OF THE WAYS IN WHICH WOM EN LOSE tHEIR YOUTH. iother Wme-lret Thelt Own Need.s oI IP aggerated lI-votUen to the Children. Mooee Who Claim the lmmunites of Age When Only It the Mldday of Life. The oldest wnrom:n I ever knlew was 28. At marriage ;1: graces of girlhood passed forever from her life. Economy becaine the trod enthroned on every altar of her homw-. Ruffles and ribbons were the insiynia of levity atnd extraviag ice. Dretes robbed of a yard or two lrew ungracefully short and narr.- C... 1 s and papers -rer' : rl :., hixurie - -ot 1teCes~sit.. A\.t h.ai;r 'I l.t in rt:l t g l.ftafeeli.tgof guilt for w,.,stxl iine. Dev. tion to -Will awl 1!:.. chilhiren" camnwt to meani self assuited slaverv. Laster left the eye, elasticity the frame. Tbhr,,ugh a imisitaken selse, of liuty shet r ew unkempt. narrow -,r. .1. re ,nl i\e It hie been sail that the...

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. — 31 July 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. zto. MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, JULY 31, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTI i iii- iii ----- -.- mm •- -I ira_ _. ___ POSTOFFICE REGUIATIONS. MAILS (IottE. a la] ,nd local ........ t 01I p. m. rist hi .................... lt*Z po. m. . tenmlland local ...... ro pm.,. m. M.ndays. Wednealayr , dRiver, . . WneMitaaa , I rdaT .... . 7:1a. m. ton, oiudays and Priday-r .. 7±11. in. teford Specialn Moadays and uolens ........ ... .. N ! a'.:tI A .n. lor lo . .. . M gI,. m. rd cl.. . '.. .. ..7. g p.. tn.. y clle opten frl mlI1 to I p. m. m. I('.a. W. % EInE. P. M. hortera Pacif Tima Table. No 1. Paclec yl.. ... :45a. in. o. LPclc i.....i.... a: Il:1p. h. oe W~eePrm Frigilh .... 11 2il p. nm. L MAVE IILE I'rrT .atil( iANT. MO. 2 Atlanttic I :i . nn. o ri llt .... ..... 11 :lS a. m. NoSS my Feighl ..t ...... 4:4it. l. Official Diretoer. STTATE. Member.f illlagreas .. S. Hart ana. H s ell. l-ena tiooverr .... .. .1 . . Riicklals. Hr lelna, ient4Ltv . . Alx ll.tki...

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. — 31 July 1893

THE DAILY JOI'URNAL. MILE. CITY. MONTA.N A. Every EvenaIg Enrept Nunday. Terms of Subscription. s.Y Ia L. IN ADVA~ICE. IOTAGE PAID. Ediiti on. o.n yar ....................$10.0 E Edition, six mothi....tl. ... rEdition. on inmith ......... 1.0 To CITY Yr'IM RIBEAM. MI c~rrie'r, Pvery- rvnin. at ti 'entI TIer w.".tk. WEEKLY EDITIONI. YELLOW PAPER. Ye ,arh.... ....... .. .................. . ,JJ) to ro .. .... . . .... 2m Math.i ........................ 1I0I Monday. July 31. 1BDr'. THE feeling in the commenlrcial and -financial circles of Miles City exhibited a marked improvement to-day over the depression of Saturday. caused by the closing of the Stockgrowers National Bank. The action taken by the citizens at the meeting Saturday seems to have had a very quieting effect. and there was no semblance of a run on the First National to-day. Busi ness progressed in the ordinary way and deposits were received and checks paid as if there was no panic existing. This is as it should be. Sit uat...

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. — 31 July 1893

Last Call on Summer Wash Goods. to cents per yard, your choice, includes Ginghams, Satteens. Lawns, Crepons. Pampas Cloths. In same aitc and at same price we add to pieces I)Duiblk Fhl Cashmere; rvgular pricce 2; crtnts., at 10 cents per yard. THE IJAI1,\ .Io()lRNAI MILKE (ITi,. MONTANA. .JOURNAL WEATHER REPORT. rte Tern im Weather. sohb R a10. . NW. t'lr-urý ;alst ,.,~U..a .0 .. .'alm "a m DAILY L('oAt MlEA.M*. Maximum temperature. 0 Minimum temperature. ti). Mean temperature. 74. Precipitation in last z. hour. 0.0t H. R. HOYNTON. Observer. WEATHER FORBEAt&T. WA naNOTON, July :31. To observer. Miles City. Montana: Moutan --Fair. HARRINGTON. Chief of Weather Bureau. Nora -The above forecast is for a hours ros I a. m. its data LOCAL ITEMS. Hoa. J. IR McKay is in town. Skew Johnson came home yesterday morning. Lamp's oelebrated lager beer at Bul laud's * Willlat Pardon at Powder river came iacn s asajr. E. S.· Beker and child came down foa Poength yesterday. Pay biscuit--what are ...

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. — 31 July 1893

That Peculiar Lightness and Flavor Noticed in the finest biscuit, rolls, cake, etc., is due to the absolute purity and the ac curate combination of the ingredients of the ROYAL BAKING POWDER The best things in cookery are al ways made and can be made only with the ROYAL BAKING POwDER. Hence its use is universal - in the most celebrated restaurants, in the homes of the people, wherever delicious, wholesome food is appreciated. Its sale equals that of all others combined. Made with the pure acid of the grape. leItf FUGACES ANNI. Oh, my love, toy qtller:, of May. The light of youth is gonu. Thy balmy tresses gather graty. Thy rosy lips are wait. Will thy true eyes alter yet And their nuptial smile forget' Oh. my love, will Time deceive. Will he wi; ,.. ":. ne l a so? There Is more In love. believe. Than the silly nations know: More in love. whet,, bloom is dead. Than the row wreath round his head. Oh, m) love, and if thou need Harbor when the north witnd, blow: If thy tender footprinlt...

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. — 1 August 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 27. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, AUGUST , 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS (LOSE. arneneen and localn........ p. m. in aste t i .. .... ... 1I4:2:, . in. Weetera. general ant i oca l .. x Ati I. In. Wester fast mail.e f . :.. I : u n and Frida... .. 7 P. n. Tongue Rive~r. 31.a..lu).. Wi..lipc. dala and Fridays ... . 7.X1 a. in. SSaturdas.a ..- . 2:X) p. in. lion. Uan~latc and Frid ays... 7::10fp. n1. telfordh le.e vial. MToiay T and & ridays ............... ..il n111p. n. Iops... ...... . «1. a. . ell Lsr ...... 7:1 p. tn. o iie iordlr cloer"c. . ...4:151 ..an. ry clutes. . .~lg. in. i c O f f i c e i a,1 n 1 1 l i , 1 2D t oi t. fit . ('"a(a. W. tato. P. M. Northern Pacific Time Table. Nl .. Pacific Mail. .. k.... :a.F in.a Aso..Pciat Jfice Mai. . . 11:1 ni. No 13 Expr..ay. Freight.. L... t ZI a. n. o.i At lantic Exreaa...... il.:in: No tll4 At lnt i fail.. . n. ... .. r : Soealtrer . l. ( ordn. :1le a. in. No 5 6ay F...

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 August 1893

THE DAIY iJOURNA L. MlLEn CITY. MONTANA. Ever, Eve"ninE E~xvept tMundaý. Terms of Subaeription. BT MAIL, IN AD% A1CE. POSTAGE PAlD. l I'.atatirm. six momtlii ...... 4.1..44it' yEditioni. 11441 mnitth . i . ..... . 1 333 carrier, .{''r ep n-rit at cnts per wI kC. IEL EDITIO, ELLIIW PIPER. SY ear... ......... N PP M inthlii.. .........1.I.' Tuesday. August 1. 111)3. Tim. Chicago board of trilll has me morialized longress to issue t '.t Ii NK1 444 1 of tifty year. four per rent. bhnds. thus creating. with the _ol.1 already it the treasury. ai gol resarve of ?t:7) 44Khl)4l Conjointly will this, ith' h11144l f .r"< :. chance in the nmtinuilai hanin att. that will permlit tiht- ank. to issue currcur} to the f ull] a lunt ,f the J all it s lit ,.t'i iced to secure 1 irculatitoh . thui in'teas ing tht tlr julatij n ten per 1 ent. Both sugestetions arc tirniel andl wise. the anrne'r alla.%in:; wyhat)11 apprlehensionl that mayti exist ill t-istern tinant hel rir tiles oer the [idplete'4 oe...

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 August 1893

Last Call on Summer Wash Goods. to cent, p r yard. \',ur cli i t incilude I ,nghains. attecni. L~atin", repolns. 'arn la> (loth,. "%l add! to 1110--0 IIýIblei F(.1ll~ Ca-himnru; I, wr (ri<< : nts, ait IC tI lt- V~ frI1. THIE 1hAII4 .IOII.INAI, MILE: ('ITI, 1IhaNTA.S-. #411 I ,. 44 I:: .TIIII IU 11 I'Oitl LO AL IT Ev I r Ibber th ,f o of rsythl vi;.1 dow1 %e 0rrlay A. Met . toward 4punt a partion if yestei la' in tow1n. A. 11E. Fnn. registering from Livings ton. is at the M1acqueen. M. C. Connors of Speartish. S. D., came in on N". 4 thin morning. 0. J. Reynolds and Chas. Becker of Alex. Minn.. registered in the city last night. It is understood that nix train. of cat tIe will be shipped from Fallon this week. Commissioner T. J. Graham is again on the streets. looking rather pale, but rapidly improving. $ to N ladies shoes for S. a to siO ladies shoes for $1.75. " C. B. Tows A Co. L. C. Currier, the contractor, this morning commenced the work of excava ting for John Kostelak...

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 August 1893

Ilighust of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. i PoUwder MY LITTLE KING. Samt a kind this atterasoon Wed bd not an a crows adn A little palm aest hat was all. AM be was barefoot. I'm afrat. Sa msre I am he ermine weys easaeth his taded Jacket's blue. And sire I am the crest he b're Within that Jacket's pocket too. ore twae too stately for an earl A marquis would not go so grand 'Twas po~slbly a czar petite. A pope, or omnethinc of that kind. If I mn.t tell yon, of a horse My freckled monarch held the rein. Donbtless an estimable beast. but not at all distnred to rn. And such a wagol. While live lDare I presume to see Another such a vehicle A. n crnnsnr, *d nw: Two.. rargged pl it. en lils roi.,. elate partook Poubtless the irit excursion These novereigt,, ever t'ok. I y re,:ton if the royal c,,aold Round ., hieh the footmjen eait Ha. the igoifilcance , hi-' Of thi hrarefoot estate: -Youth's (nouomanion. His Pltantive Plea. He had loved her very tenderly and for a lr....

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