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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 23 September 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. I2. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2893. PRICE FIVE CENTS FOSTUFFICE REGUU1ATI1S. MAILS CLOS.L .. . ... .. n ... ...... . 7: pa.m. ................... 81 a. : D0 . m. a a, r ida . s a. m. ymlp 8:. B0p.m. eel of 85pa.m. Ma ot e ........ .. ......t . 70 p.m. S0p.m. o ......rom..... ...... . . Casa. W. Sans, P. M. l itsrs P ll Ti Tabe. aeut 5.w m eo-ro weo.    y ................... i . V 1e lump a. oneal siahery. STATE. Member of Congres (.. . Hartman, Boeman ovenor ....... .. Rickards, Helena t-Gov ................... Alex Botkin, Helena of State ............ L. otwt, hele aT rr ...........F. W. Wright, elena edtor........... Andrew B. Cook., e.ena Justiee....... Y. Pemberton, Helena upreme Ct ..........eL Webster, elen s late ... ese .. W. DeWitt, Butte FEDERAL ommiGeneral ......... . Eaton, Heen .Marshal ............. J Fure He al nt sm .v....... J. H. Mills, Deer M .ister . . ........S. Gordon, MilesCity civer A.. T. Campbell, ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 23 September 1893

.HE DAILY JOURNAL ILa CITY. XONITAIA. Every Eveming Except Iuaday. Terms of Subscription. MT MIL, I~ ADVANCE. PO6TAGE PAID. E7di tion, one > a r ..................... "rl O. ) Editio, iz m ths ... . ........... .. AK) f dition. , me month................. 1 J TO (ITT 1UB'R3i5rs3. Surrier, every evening, at 2 er-ant per week. WEE.LY IDITION. ITLLOW PAPER. Y ear .............. . ..... ............. .m Monoth. .... ..... .... ............. I.ti Saturday, September 23. 1803. QIgEEt IBANKING. The following exrpoe of the affairs at the Conrad beak at Red Lodge, takes from the Ivingston Enterprise, will n doubt be read with interest by ambi tious young men who are struggling along on salaries unmindful of the fact thtat such opportunities as these, exist. The report of Receiver T. P. acDon aid, mde since his appointment by Judge Henry to take charge of the af fairs othe Red Lodge bank ot J. H. Conrad A Co., is an expose of the me thods employed in conducting that in stitution, but littl...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 23 September 1893

Working Men's Gloves and Mittens Sample line at manufacturers Cost to make. THINK OF IT! Gloves and Mittens at First Cost in Miles City. Over I.ooo pair in the lot. Includes all grades, from 25c per pair to $2.0o. Gentlemen, don't miss this sale. E c p THE DAILY JOURNAL MILES CITY, MONTANA. JOURNAL WEATHR I REPORT. ra ete Temp. Wind Weather. 2rd s .1.i. .. 2i aim ..k'lear. DAILY LOCAL MEANS. maximum temperature, 51. Minimum temperature, R. Mean temperature, 42. Precipitation in hours, last I2 0.00 H. R. BOYNTON, Observer. WEATHER FORECAST. WA SHINTON, Sept. H. To observer. Miles City, Montana: Mootana:-Fair, warmer Sunday. Chief ofr LHs. Nos--The :above forecast is for S boom roem a. m..its date LOCAL ITEMS. C. H. Gillette of Chicego is in the city. J.L de Hart came in from the east last night. Hair cut 35 cents at Deckert's. * Don't miss the lecture at the court house taonight. J. M. Holt returned on last evening's cottsl dw ed aWest ieer at 8.1 lard's. *_ H. R. Phillips, of the LU...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 23 September 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.--Latest U. S. Gov't Report. -O Pr ABBOLLM LY t MIMR ONE CURE FOR INSOMNIA. Samu Froam Nsw York ase. Teok a lrtstt Aette i.tsers m earmebak. "I once was asuferer from insomnia," lda s detlist who lives In one of the mall villages of the state, ashesat talk agl with other rmsa in the sitting room at an up town hotel. "but I got rid of the trouble." "What did you take for itf' "Backing pony." "Tell uas about that, please." "Well, you se, there was nothing the autter with me only I couldn't sleep. The doctor looked me over and said I wasn't suffering from any disease that he could detect, but all the same I could get only a few catnaps every night, and I felt that I would go crazy if such a con dition of affairs continued much longer. A wise friend of mine advised me to try horseback exercise. Just at that tim a man had brought t,, the village a string of ponies from t -st. As the poti,,-s were wild then .:e offered for sitle cheap. I bought one. He wa...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 25 September 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XIL NO. z3. MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2893. PRICE FIVE CENTS PIT WEFICE REUI ATIS0S. MAIIS CLOSE. ............... ......... 0 p. m . ndF .................. ap. m. d........... 155p.m. CahW. W. Satys. P.M. Merhb PaUlls Time Tabhl. 1an cash m rer woma rer. oafaa sum cm ome 05s. Offpirestary. BTATE Meber of Conureaa.. S. .llrtman, Boseman em ....... ...... , . Ricrds, Helena SI..................Ale ot , H elena I trr . ..f Statre . ... L. Rotwitt, le ý Tranr F......W... W. .Writ, .elen Autor . Andrew B. cook, elena S eral ..........Henri J. laskell, Helena Pub ........... ..tre, Helena JustieJ .......W . Pemberton, Helena preme rt......Ben WebBter, Helena V P. f .e E.... . , S., ule , Blluine Ametate Justices.. W ttB FEDERAL. sr General .........eo. O, ton. Helen ..ara ... ........ W . Frrey Helenai Io t l ....... H.H. HMill sker Lodge maUt.I. LO... .... .... Goron Mile. ('ity U tver ... ..A. T. ('ampbell, Milt ('Ity eatber Obarver. . H....

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 25 September 1893

THE DAILY JOURNAl. mILaE CITrr, MoTAXA. Every Evening Eurept uanday. Terms of Subsuription. 31 MAIL., I ADVANCE, PR~TAGE PAID. m Editou. .nme year ................... $10.t0 aily Edition, Piz months . .............. 6.0 iEdition. one month .................. I.0 TO CITY WrrCalaSaa. W earrier. every evening, at 2. cernts per week WasKL UEDITION, YELLOW PAPER. tsar ................................... .0. o nths ............. ... . ..4 Monday. September 25. 181i. Wrrn the advent of Charley Mitchell to these shores,. the most serious part od the impending prize tight between him and "Pompadour Jim" Corbett has con. menced. The battle of the jawbone a' now on, and the public may look to see it waged with much fury in the next three months, if the newspapers will only give it space. If either of these doughty gladiators were asked to step into a twenty-four foot ring, and do bat tie in the style of forty years ago, when Heenan and Sayers met at Farneborough they would pale at the thought,...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 25 September 1893

Working Men's Gloves and Mittens Sample line at manufacturers Cost to make. THINK OF IT! Gloves and Mittens at First Cost in Milks City. Over I.ooo pair in the lot. Includes all grades, from 25c per pair to $2.oo. Gentlemen, don't miss this salc. n ii THE DATLY JOURNAL MILE" CITY, MONTANA. JOURNAL WEATHERI REPORT. rte [Temp. I Wiho l Weather. .lth 8 r 3J. ^.. ',NW.. L(Clear. !, S 0..':x . . "E.. Part t'lon, D'.rL" LOCAL MEANt . Mnalllr " ,.. -.;.llre. 51. Yi atimv . a no^ . nr . .3. Met, ' er.per.lare.:;T. Precipitation in hours, last 24 .00 H. R. BOYNTON, Observer. WEATHER FOREC.\AT. WASRcI.Cc te" t.". To observer. Mile, Cir,, Montana: Montana .-Fair, warmer Tuaeday. Noa--The abo forecast ais for U Loar oa 6 a. m.. .i. date LOCAL ITEMS. Harry Brown of Garland ia in the city. There were two sections to No. 1 last night. Hair cut 35 cents at Deckeras. * C. Dilman of Milwaukee is a visitorin the ofty. Lsap's celebrated ager beer at Bt1 l.rd's. * W. R. Duncan is here from Grand Farks, ...

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. — 25 September 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.- Latest U. S. Gov't Report. IB nwder AmuOWleLY PURE at I1#E OLD TNYSTING PL.AG. Tbe de.t leaves rustle at my fee The moaa I. shining brlghtly: amsethin has softly dimmed my reye ero the path one shadow Uis. The path two trad so lIghtly. It was upo a night like this Love left only sorow I hold her Uttle hbed In mina That partlg In to me diviM. Thbn thee was no tomoerow. Be I have learned life's Dsaee weal earts are t easy brokea. Toaight all joys I have forgot; TheLe's something merd tIn this spa. Wherb sweet good'a werespoken. I'd feel lse" lonely with myself It I ween broken hearted Would I ould live that night again. With all its adnes-ew.eutened pain. When love freo love was parted -LUpplaeott' What a Young Man Did. A collegegrad : n' ead hardly received his diploma before hw was compelled to face poverty and fanily disgrace. His father, who had tbeen reputed to le wealthy. was anl embezzl.r and a futi tive from justice. His mother and sisters w...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 26 September 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII NO. z4. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, :893. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTIFFICE EAIATIDS. S .. .......... Giap.m. *ediaea. M y . 7:25a.m. .8 0p. m. oadFridays.... e a8 a. m. .oo ..... .... .. Al a.... TM.m .....ram.sera 3Aiam. (3*s. . Ma. P m _ Titl Table guaAva asias cms Onime MAer.ko.m Ue.U ~ .........a.l..... Ota m ae fom 1100 . 0p m. 01ftgialflfrestsry. STATE. soatGCv Jc . W. MEx Ptk. en aeraate of Stat .D EL. Rotwtel e r ensueral ...F. O. Wright, Helene Jadge BHeerihJJudiaskl D.strelt.a na ..... . .... te.rn, eilena Ci i;:Tiw I. Cookle, Helenait Stt Seao Mal...... ......R . Swft C." ak State RepreegntaWiveteL.neles at t E .. rwk od. Miligs o.t SuvyrGnraw ... .. .. Jle. 0. Rickards Helena ClS . .. Arai . JGa ihure Helena ofotaeeto.rint John. ibe.L R i lena toaiatae.r...L 0 ...H.W. Wrigh, H eile a Geneieral.... Aer T .tHas kell, Mleena C Weath mer Oser.er.H. H. H eynter. Hilenait Jsocate SenhJudticial.. Distrit n . Cito FEDERAL. Oflcia Gt...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 26 September 1893

THE DAILY .JOURNAI, E1IL3M CITY. MON4TAA. Eervy Even1.ng E.W..pS m4u,.d&y. TerDILH of Yu meriptiou. 81 MAIL, IN AtIVANtIu, pMIAUOK P411'. aty EdiaIn,. o~n.' t I, ...$1.M y lditiuul, ,a. nw.wnth 1. .I1 TN) CITV Y IH4I'WIIIKSN. wraiCr,. IVP.y ,Y'VCiSCCC at 25. onto ICEr wC,45. WEUKLY I'.IITICNN NC.I..IN P4'I'Cu. L Vara ... $IWI M IENSItIC I.I ',1 M4)NE' IN Morr*. In the northwest the hop industry is rapidly becoming the most profitable business for wideawake farmers. Severs Idaho farms are being planted to hopst and in Washington and Oregon th business has become enormous. As the profits of hop culture we give th igures as reported to have been made bh hora Meeker. of the Washington State Board of Trade. For five years, from 185t to 1U1t10 inclu sive, he has kept accurate account of the production of one farm of f1t acres. which he has in hops. During that time there were grown and marketed 574.ti002 pounds of hops, which sold at an aver ae of 17 -5 cents per pounds, aggregat ing ...

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. — 26 September 1893

Working Men's Gloves and Mittens. Sample line at manufacturers Cost to make. THINK OF IT! Gloves and Mittens at First Cost in Miles City. Over i.ooo pair in the lot. Includes all grades, from 25c per pair to $2.oo. Gentlemen, don't miss this sale. THE DAILJ JOURNAL MILES CITY. MONTANA. JOURNAL WEATHER REPORT. etem. Temp. Wind Weather. 12th 8. .17...a.... alm.. Part Cloudy. 86th 8 p .21... ... S .... Lear. DAILY LOCAL MEANS. Maximum temperature, H. Minimum temperature. 37. Mean temperature, 48. Precipitation in hours, last 240.00 H. R. BOYNTON. Observer. WEATHER FORECAST. WA amINOTOS, Sept. 26. To observer. Miles Pity. Montana: Montana:-Fair, warmer Wednesday. Chief of weather Bureaa. Pota-Thesabove forecast is for * hours ram G a. m.. iti date LOCAL ITEMS. The Yellowstone county fair opened at Billings today. Hair cut F cents at Deckert's. * John Blakely came in from Eureka valley this morning. Lemp's celebrated lager beer at Bul lard's. * Peter Wyllie returned this morning from a t...

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. — 26 September 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Baking PUwE -mu Em A DREAM. I deamis that over the wirier woe The winter winds wene blghag. Lad i tha oeiolos' eampty -osts 'rh take. of snow we?. bir.m The vinos along the garden With erystal ine were glmsaies. Aad to thewardsa dull and base Thi summer Sower, wee dreaming. The snow lay deep over withered graso The skies were cold and aray. Lad slowly the dreary night seam ea 'l end the weary day. I woke. High up in the orohard boughs A hondred birds were snging. And In the birch trees' pseasaat shade The sele..' seues were swsaglas. Along the river. tell and psi*e. I saw the tushes growstal And daisy petals white as snow Among the greame showing. The dowers held the saunshine bright. The biwesem were at play, And swiftly the dreamy night came on To end the happy day. -Angelina IV. Wray in Harper's IBazar. This Wrog Weigher a Tee. The labyrinthodon, a huge creature re sembling a toad or a frog, and which lived in the earl...

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. — 27 September 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. i5. MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1893. PRICE FIVE CENTS VO=M .II NO. ... ....=. CIY OTNWIN, SETE.E rl. 19 RC IEC POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS CLOSE. ...... ....... I... 6 p. m. 59 p.m. Moa, Wed.e.ula...... .- 7:7a. m. Ri Mondays, Wednd 8:0 p. m. i aa arrival f 'astern t 8:1 . m. mall, at or beoe ................... 7:9 . Sord eloses ................... 409 p. m. oenm r Iltol pm. CHAS. W. rsYDa, P. M. hrthen Pft Time Table. AV MILES CITY GOING weiT. iL .raS ei .efaht 6............... 11up. 1M a F reight ................... t lu a. LEAV1 M.LsM CITY 150I0 EAST. N A tote Mail ................... 6 .. Iam. sI rem Freight ................ 11: a p. No M Wpr YreFreight ................... :15 a. Offlinil Directory. STATE. ember of Congress...('. Hartman, o Isemann er r ........... .....J. E. Rickards, Helena e ................... Alex Botkin, Helena O Itary of State .. ... . L. rlotwitt, Hiele.ns StaTreasur..r ... . WWriht, Helena t...

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 September 1893

YHE DAILY .JOURNAl MILES CITY, MONTANA. Every Evealag Es.cpt ~umday. Terms of Sulbrcription. 1Y NAIL. IN ADVANCE. P4mTAOE PAID. 1 Edition, one y.ar .......... ...... $10.4t _a lly itiitn,,. Mi mnonths ................ d.0i Edition. one month ................. 1.10 TO CITY svnCaimEnaa$. carrier, every evening, at c cents per wl(ek. WREmLI EDITION. YELLOW PAPER. S..er ... ............ .. ..1 4 Mon ths ......h... ..................... l.. Wednesday, September 27. 18~. QriTE UtNEXPECTED. A skillfully directed scheme to com wit the Butte Miners' Union to the movement for an extra session of the legislature met with an ante climax on Monday evening last at Butte. when and where a monster mass meeting of labor iag men that had been called for the purpose of rushing through a set of prepared resolutions urging an extra session, was captured by the opposition crowd, and resolutions condemning the extra session movement adopted. This Is itself might signify nothing beyond the fact that the op...

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 September 1893

Working Men's Gloves and Mittens. Sample line at manufacturers Cost to make. THINK OF IT! Gloves and Mittens at First Cost in Miles City. Over 1.ooo pair in the lot. Includes all grades, from 25c per pair to $2.00. Gentlemen, don't miss this sale. THE DAIL .JOURNAL MILES CITY, MONTANA. JOURNAL WEiATHER REPORT. eta Temp. Wind Weather. 8th 8 . ....... 51 N ... 7 lear. tbh 8 1... ... 34.; E... lear. DAILT LOCAL MEANM. Maximum temperature, 59. Minimum temperature. 37. Mean temperature, 48. Preelpitation in hours, last 840.00 H. R. BOYNTON, Observer. WEATHER FORE(AST. WA sseoN.s, Sept. 27. To observer, Miles Cit,. Montana: Moetana :-Fair, warmer Thuruday. Nora-Tbheabove forecast i for U rours rem a a. m.. Its date LOCAL ITEMS. W. E. Barnard came in from Powder rive this morning. Hair out 35 cents at Dekert'. * A. P. Sinclair ot San Francisco is a vieitor in the city. Lamp's celebrated lager beer at Bul. lard's. * Herman Orachel came down from Liv inlgton on this morning's train. County C...

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 September 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.- Latest U. S. Gov't Report. -._ Powder t~umr Mua AN INCIDENT IN REAL LIFE. Aeswlag Hew npleMsmat tPpaCaa make Themselves by TMir talk. I stepped upon a Broadway car at the lower end of Broadway and rode fito alo*g that fast changing highway as far a Nineteenth street. At the corner o' Chamber street and Broadway a man o perhaps 40 and a woman not more itha 25, he carrying a huge portmanteau. a collection of wraps, two umbreilas and a cane, she leading by the hand a 8-year-old baby, joined the partially crowded patronage already seated. A lound of dissatisfaction rested upon the brow of the man. The frown of an al weedy born rumpus fast unfolding lmt< (ruitage made forbidding and it.y 1ile somely countenan, e of the woman. tIHe gervous disposition made itself kn. xwn to every one in the car and particul I . to the little boy as she yanl:ed the _ ic; by the arm in", the seat beside her. Aft r a moment's silence the woman saidl, 'Yon migtht have kn...

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 September 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XII. NO. :6. MILES CITY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1893. PRICE PIVE CmNTS POSTOFFCE REGUITIONS. MAILs CL oS * pSN. m. _ ... .a ..dnesd.7: . m. S.7: a.mm. ... .a...... . Z O p. . m . 1ý oel.1, at ridesj ... 7 9i 2p. m. lt fod 6peeMin, Moday. and S............................ p.m. am .......................... 8 l36 i oft arrival of eaern atol, at orl bfore ................... 7:.9 Sorder aloes .................... 4:p. m. p trpom ClAn. W. Saisr. P. M. Nerthe, Pulfi Time Table. LUAv3 aime CITY o0010 WST. º.e lt. ................. L9 p. m. t ! t ......... . 13.M" n p. m. M SWi]rol., i ................. 9:15 a..m. Offilal Olrectory. STATE. Member of Conre...C. . Hartman, Boogman vernor ................. J. E. Rickards, Helena eutov ...................Alex Botkin. Hlena Sof State............ otwit, Helena Stte Treaaurer.......... F. W. Wright, Helena tte Auditor...........Andrew B. Cook, elena 'y General........ Henri J. Haskell, Helena ut Pub Ins.....

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 September 1893

THE DAILY JOURNAL IILt crt, MOTAxA. vweey Eveaing Eacept Munday. Terms of Sabscription. t MIL. IX ADVANCE PVOTAGE PAID. Edition, one year .................. $1(5.0 Edition, Pix months ... ........ n.t. Edition., o.e month ...... . l. TO CITY L cscRIBEsR. yearrier, every evening, at 2a cents per week. WEEKLY EDITION, YELLOW PAPER. Ylear ................EL.... ........ L(r M onths . ............ . ........... . 1.141 Thursday. September 28. 18.3. A QUESTION OF LOCAL IMPORTANCE On the day the notice of closing down of the Miles City irrigating ditch ap peared in this paper the writer called on Mr. W. B. Jordan. one of the principal owners of the ditch, with the intention of getting some information as to the season's run and regarding future devel sepment. Mr. Jordan was quite com municative, and from him some things regarding the ditch were learned that will perhaps be news to many. The early closing of the ditch this fall is for the purpose of cleaning it and en larging it for the se...

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 September 1893

Working Men's Gloves and Mittens. Sample line at manufacturers Cost to make. THINK OF IT! Gloves and Mittens at First Cost in Miles City. Over i.ooo pair in the lot. Includes all grades, from 25c per pair to $2.oo. Gentlemen, don't miss this sale. ~1~~NAe~ THE DAILY JOURNAL MILES CITY. MONTANA. JOURNAL WEATHER REPORT. ete Temp.I Wind Weather. 27th 8 a a..... . 677E. lear. loth 8 p'.C'... ... 5.'Calm C'lear. DAILY LOCAL MZARs. Maximum temperature, 7:1 Minimum temperature. 51. Mean temperatare, 62. Precipitation in hours, last 810.1)0 H. R. BOYNTON, Observer. WEATHER FORECAST. WA salxOTOM, Sept. K. . To observer. Miles City, Moatana: Mosinaua---sr ightly cooler in east CheL of C ahbn Hien Nose-TinCabove forecast is for U hoars ds Ca. a.. its date LOCAL ITEMS. C. A. Ca. bell retutied on last even lag's train. Hair cut 3 cents at Deckert's. * T. J. Hatheway is a visitor in the city from Missoula. J. M. Nathan of San Francslco is a visitor in the city. lempn ela.iebsted tsger beer at Bul...

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 September 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't repryt. SAOrrlEy PUwE DInmsealty et Satlag a SeaM. Watched from the whaer, a sailboat seem an easy sort of craft to manage. The wind appears to do everything. The saual guest of a skilled skipper likewise r apt to think that as his hoat takes tngs so easy it cannot be so very difi. salt to handle a sailboat after all. He segards the warning of experience as based on the jealousy of competition. Let him who thinks satling a science which its followers try to represent as bard to learn because they want to keep it to themselves take a trick at the helm It looks easy to keep the boat on her course. Your friend who takes you out sailing barely touches the tiller once in awhile. Some day he asks you to take the tiller while he goesforward. He tells you to keep that spire and that tall chimney in line. You take thehelm; you do what you think you have seen him do The chimney and the steepleact as if they were bewitched. They positively ...

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