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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 February 1868

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1868 BTEDBV THE W. U.TELEGRAPH COMPANY^EXCLUSJVH.Y FOR THE TRI-WEEKLY POST. Anictus* Reform Bill pro^Tke florid* ^ onvfntlon^ctloA^Mexico In Ferment-Indian^depredations north of^Springs-Limiting Judicial Jirto.^diction, an Important monan^Tbomas C. HeCreery elected Re^tor^ Habeait Corpus ^tilt suspend-^cd In Ireland^The President In-^dAgnant at Sherman^Man-of-war^^aranted-rretan- Army reduction-^^Relief to arrested Americana^1812^^Pensioner*^Admission of South^^ern States. SEegardlns; Alabama^Xhomas not^admitted^Prohibition of Con- vlcta The Army hill. Interesting^debate^Officers suspended^Span^^ish Insu rrectlons^Indiana Repub^^lican^Canadians coming to Kin-^-The Wells, Fargo A Co*s Over land1*1 all carrying to he investiga^^ted^fining school blll-The Amer^^ican rltirenship bill^A good Land^bill^Sherman carries his point. London,Feb. 17.^In the House of Com^^mons, Earl Mayo, Chief Secretary for Ireland,^stated that the Government was prepari...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 February 1868

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1868 ITTTi COUBTTBY. B*ROCTB. Atrio of Virginians, desiring to visit Hel-^m Messrs Wells, Fargo A. Co., who hare an^.pre^ Office at this place, kindly placed at^i^r disposal an elegant coach, furnished ac-^laBBS^Utin^; and expert drivers, and ordered^kljrs ofgroomed, mettled steed* every 0linmiles along the one hundred and tweo-^di1m of route, that their journey might^j fpeedy and pleasant. All this through dis-^iterested motives, for our comfort, and tweo-^.gTe dollars in the legal tender of the realm.^Dinmj Clark took the lines for the first^Uty soiles, and as he drew them taut on the^ooni* grays, the canvas back coach pitched^tead like an oyster boat in a white squall^,,i the institution went gaiJy down the road,^ujie the wheels, that wered tired before they^ted, grew cheery in a moment and piped^fall quartette a pean to the Frost King^a^ggt jewels sparkled in every sun-tipped^|0*-dnft, until passing Nevada, Central and^motion cities, and ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 February 1868

the montana post. saturday. february 22, 1868. FJHO.IIGALL, VTIN V VI.LE1 Penwell.Foster A CO.'s Mill^Discovery or a^Coal Vein ; Developments and Quality^The^Garrison Ball--A tender Subject.^Editor Post : A ^ rido down th.- val^^ley ^ has discovered to our mind some^valuable improvements that I think^have not as yet received creditable notice^in your valuable sheet, and so I write^them down. About twelve miles north^of us, from the range of mountains that^form the eastern boundary of our beau^^tiful valley, gushes as fine a stream as^ever turned a ^ noisy mill,^ whose wa^^ters are never frozen and whose foun^^tain is never dry. Near its head, high^up from the valley, is a little glen or^opening in the mountains that forms one^of the most romantic spots w^ have^seen ; and there, nestling at th* foot of^the hugj peaks and heavy forests of fir,^quite a little town has sprung up, of^mills, machine shops and dwellings. It'^is here that Penwell, Foster ^ Co. are^erecting a larie flooring ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 February 1868

THP: MONTANA POST, SATURDAY,FEBRUARY 22. 1868; POETRY. OITIDE IM^G rin r. INTHE Lyingand stealing^As much as will Pay-Honesty^Jest a kloke patturn.^Respectability^According to his suk- tt^y ^nff your do*^' y^ur bottom dog,^n of'anv dog that you please,^r0 for the dor, the wise okl dog, Jib^t knowingly uk*8 bis *a*e, idw^gPD5 h^ tail outside the ring filingalways his bone in sight^^rtt not * pin in his sound old head -^for either dog in the fight. ,thi* ^ the bone they are fighting for,^*as why should my dog sail in,^jdt nothing to gain but a certain chance^To lose his own precious skin !^|(rt may be a few perhaps who fail^Josee it in quite this light,^,t when the lur flies I haul rather be^Ihe ouuide dog in the fight. fnoirthere are dogs^injudicious dcgs^^Who think it is quite the thing^^ take the part of one of the dogs.^And go yelping into the ring ;^^t 1 care not a pin what all may say^ja regard to the wrong or the right,^T money goes as well as my song,^For the'dog that keeps ou...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 February 1868

8 THEMONTANA POST. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 18687 TieIon tan a Post OIR AGENTS. A.b. Hamilton, to our Ageat at Fort Boston. Mr.*. J. Smith to oar Aral at Itmek. XM. Fbh, Sterling, Hot Spring District. Geo.S. Rawunqs, Silver Crack. J.M. Mn.ls, Silver Bow. JaMB*Sti-art. Dmr Lodge. wobdexaCo., Hell Gate. Agencyof Port, 53 Bridge street, Helena. JohnTemple, Junction City. W.P. Pj^ana GaUatln Cfcy. Bl).Allfibld, German Galch. H.H. Hathaawt, Highland District.^F. Church. Summit City.^Campbell A Co., Confederate Gulch.^K. C. JOHXaoK, Bteokfoot. I.N. BtCK. Boulder Valley. WeeletW. Jones, Reynold*' City, Elk Creek.^8. V. Ball, Beartown.^j. W. Magbubbt, Rocker City.^J. S. Williams, St. Louis, Mo.^l- p. fuher. San Francisco. CoL^Henrt Rierden, Argenta.^H. Ellis A Co., Leesbttrga, Salmon River Mines^chaukct Barber, Bear Gulch and adjacen^^sines. AnsonFord, Butte City. GeorgeM. Brock. Beartown, M. T. DavtsWilson, Boseman City. (\lf;m)AK for Mebttngof the Nevada Pcrkack J Company.On Thursday last, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 February 1868

. I THE POST. A N^!'vl^V^'Pe'N Devoted to the Mineral, Agrlcnltnral and Commercial Intere^t^ or Montana Territory. VOL.4, NO. *2*. S. VIRGINIACITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1868.WHOLE NO. 184. TheMontana Post Id.w. tilton i co.. PUBLISHERS CONTESTSOFTHIS NUMBER. IP*r.t 1.^The Cri^U: T%t Montana Electloe Law^affrae*: The Impeachment; Fourteenth ! Amendment; The Situation ; Telegrams Page2 -^-From New Mexico; The Adjourned^Inegnatioe MeeSaf ; Aa Extraoaliaary In Tea-^: cm -A Steam Man. PACE3.^Poetry^The Metrical Isle ia the Kirer^*f Tine; Un of (he United Stale*. Page4.^ Telegram*. Pa-B 5.^General Items ; Persona!; Humorous. Page6.^Pea and Schmucs ; Shoeuaar af S. B.^Xarye; From Port Benton ; Poet Road* ia Mon^^tana ; Beonty Claim*; Mtocellanen**. Tage7 ^Telejrrama ; Page^^Virginia and Helena Local* ; Virginia LetterLi^t. THECRISIS. Thetelegrams* indicate a serious and veryunhappy condition ot affairs in^Washington. It Is a political crisis,^fraught with momentous event*^a clou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 February 1868

TLI E HON TheMontana Post, TILTON, W.TILTON D.W. Bid. D. CO. Ofic*at PnUlikei*w^4 Psppits^Ms. iat tk* City Bmk Store, comerof Wmllact and^Virfinim City. efSyfctnJI^t^M Onecopy, cim year isfw^5 00 threemonths.3 50 do. Rates^f Advertising^Business Cards, 5 Um or lea*, 3 mouths do.do.^do. do.^Oae square, tea line*^do. do.^do. do.^d^\. do.^do. do.^do. do.^do. do.^Vw squares, 1 lueertlnn,^2 do. do.do. orle^do.^de. do.do.^do. do. 6month*,^1 year,.. 6 00 1000^15 00^4 00^6 00^10 00 ,1 insertion.^3 da 1moajh,... 2do. 13 00 3do. 13 00 0do. SS 00 1rear35 00 6 00 8 00 WUtjBfaring ^^tionsvsve jfcl*M oftrrwund 19 ran do. 1 month,12 00 de. 9 do18 00 do. 3 do. 24 00 do. (5 do. 40 00 do. 1 year,65 00 One-eighthcolumn, 1 insertion..8 00 do. do. 2 do. 12 00 do. do. 1 month,18 00 do.do. 2 do. do.do. 3 da. do.da. 0 do. do.do, 1 year,... One-sixtheolnmn, 1 insertion,.^do. do. 2 do.^do. do. 1 month,...^do. do. 2 do. ... da.do. 3 de.36 00 do. do. 6 do.55 00 do- do. lyear,80 00 One-fourtheolnmn, 1 insertion...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 February 1868

POETRY. erof Time, sa magical ide in tht titer softestof echoes are straying,^And *Le uruu sweet as S musical chime,^tic the exquisite breath of a tropical cliane,^\S hen Jume with the ro-sa is atajaeg. fi;there Memory dwells with her pale golden hue. Andmu^ic forever is flowing,;^While the low-murmured tones that come tremblinglythrough,^Sadly trouble the heart, mfsd jet sweeten it Assouth wiiuls o'er water when blowing. Xhereare shadow/ halhs in this fairy-like isle, Wherepictures of beauty are gleaming,^Yet the light of their eye*, and their sweet sunDysmile,^July darb round the heart, with a 'wildering wile, Andleave us to know 'tis but dreaming. Andthe cone of this isle is the beautiful Past,*AI I . Andwe bury our treasure- all there;^There a: e 1 eiugs of beauty, too lovely to last,^uw of sn)ov with the du themcaet,^There are tresses, and ringlets of hair. Xhereare fragments of song, only Memory^wags, g~y, y-* T.nT T JT Andthe words of a dear mother's prayer, There'sa harp lon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 February 1868

4 THE MONTANA POS1, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1868 RJPORTEDBY THE W. U. TELEGRAPH COMPANY^DCUWIVELT FOR THE TRI-WEEKLY POST. EnglUhCabinet Change*^ Conven^^tion* and Nominations^Article* of^Impearhment-^-Gen. Aanotn Ill-^Cholera In Bncnoi A yre*^Recon^^struction^Doubts regarding the^Senate^American meeting l^ Enr-^land-^Concreaalonal Proceeding*^^New Candidate^Thayer Right-^Quo Warranto to he applied for^^Nltro Olyeerlre ! ! ! Atlanta,Ot^ Feb. 96.^Oen. Meade *^order was received in the Convention^to-day. It prohibta imprisonment for^debt in the State, and forbids the courts^to issue bail process in civil cases. Washington,Feb. 26-^Gen. Thomas^appeared in the Supreme court to-day,^acompanied bv his counsel, Richard T.^Merrick and Walter S. Cox, with Jos.^W. Bradley as senior advisory counsel.^Judge Oliver Fisher occupied the bench^with Judge Carter. Asubpoena was issued for Stanton to^appear and bring with him his commis^^sion as Secretary of War, and certain^official papers. Judge Cart...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 February 1868

GeneralItems. fe total ralttation ol property for^nation purpoeee in Missouri for 1867 is^r.^ gffcstt, an increase of $258,314,-^EjoTer the valuation ot I860. Of the^^j0,tion of 1867 that of real estate is^~j3y 493.359. the balance being personal^l^pertv. There are 32,550,569 acres of^JJdtased in Missouri. THEMONTANA ^Q8T. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1868 fllimAMnasswei--^*^ ^ ^^'.^1 ^ ' 2671 horse power, and carrj 6.734 guns ! ana then, across the sky, a meteor are 1iron- I ^treamin*! Vake, Sally, rake, and look^^^awake, Squire Nubbin s da ugh-^If I'll have you, and youll hare Amelia, for thee^yea, at thy com^^mand, I'd tear the eternal firmament intoa thousand fragments^I'd gather^the stars one by one as they tumbled^from regions of etherial space and put^them in my trowsers pockets; I'd p*ck^the sun^that oriental god of day, that^trarerses the bhie arch of heaven in such^Cactuses, fifty feet high, that grow up | majestic splendor^I'd tear him from the^jke s cigar and bear delicious fr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 February 1868

6 JHJi-MONTANA FCfcST. SATURPA V . FWBR^itfff^ 29^^1gg8. TheMontana Post. d.w. tltoi i co.. - .PENAND SCISSORS. TheWest. TheVirginia Enterprise of Feb. 8 says^The following ia a statement of the^ameunt of bullion shipped dnriDjr the^past week: From the office of Well*^Frago ^ Co., in this city, there were^shipped 9,862 pounds ol assayed bullion^valued at $53,410 76. Several mills on^Gold Canyoa that were lying idle dar^ing the stormy weather prevailing for^the past two or three months, for want^of ore have again resumed operations^and our bullion shipments will doubtless^soon amount to a more respectable figure^than at present. TheFrontier Index learns that some^two hundred miles west of Fort Sanders^the Indians are very hostile, and the^mining population are obliged to keep^constantly on their guard to prevent the^savages from burning the camps and^taking their scalps. A great deal of^trouble is apprehended next spring. One^hundred and fifty lodges of Arapahoes^encamped south of Sa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 February 1868

themontana pGBTtDBY TH^ W. U. TELEGRAPH COMPAKY aaCSlVElYrCR THE Trti-WiTKLY POST. 1' tsj rilti or Hie Administration - L,.^Thoniai* appointed to relieve Man-^, ',,^ PoMWwon retained^Loyal^morrats do not tuiUIn the^sideni^ Steveiu osTcrw a resolu-^of Impeachment^It will^as^Intense reeling throaghout^Country^J*eta\tls of Peraonal^-tervtews^ Democratic National^.'onvrntlon meets July 4th^Ken-^\mrtty Convention^iMlMonri ^ on -^lention*^Thomu Kwlng, Mentor,^H^miaated tor HecreUury ot Wai-^gBinon, etc. itDebate on Impeachment^Rev^t^ ,,iuii^^o^ and Committees^Letter^Lntlie President: his explana^^tion* ^n*1 defense^Canada tired of^nf deration^German citizens^eXuatriated^Scenes in the Senate^urine impeachment. It Is delib-^rate, dixnltied and just^Uecon-^iructlou^Karl Derby resigned^^Tin Thomas-Stanton case In^( onrt-Indian news. Washington,Fee. 22.^House^The regu-^4tfim ot nnainsa^ was the consideration of n from the Committee on Patents.^Eldridge ruins; on a question of privilege,^0ff4 t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 February 1868

- r- / c 8 THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1868. TheMontana Post OIB AOBIITC. A.B. HiMTOI, ^^ ear AfMt at rort Ben ten.^Ma. A. J. 9mm to oar Agent at Baaae**-. J.M. Fish, Sterliag, Hot Baring District. Geo.8. RaWTJNGb, Silver Creak.^J. M. Mills, Silver Bow.^JabTES 8TTAKT, Deer Lodge,^r* Co., Hell Oat*. ^^tiT of Port, St Bridge street, Heleae.^Jon TufTLK, Junction City.^W. P. PiMOH, Gallatin City.^Ed. ALLFitLD, German Galea. H.H. hathaawt, Highland District.^T. chitrch, Summit City.^CAJCTBF.LL A Co.. Con federate Galea.^R. C. Johsso*. Black foot. I.N. BUCK, Boulder Valley. WESLEYW. Joxkb, Reynolds' City, Hlk Cr^k. 6.V. Ball, Baartowa. J.W. Magkuery, Rocker City. J.8. WiLLiAMa, St. Louis, Ho. L.P. Fisher. San Francisco, CeL He'bY Rierdes, Argenta. H.KlXJS A Co., Leesbnrgh. Salmon River Mines^CmAUECT Barber, Bear Gulch and adjacea :Ford. Butte City.^George m. Brock. Beartown, m. T.^Date Wilson, Boseman City. THECITY. TheSwkkt water Minks.^We hare vedNo. 1, ToL 1, of tha above a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 March 1868

V s: THEMONTANA iLiiLluolf 9itT OTA ,*OTj *.u ^s*Mi|oiH fi ^ ^ naihlldH4 Newspaper, Devoted to tlie Mineral, Agricultural and (Ommerriiil Interests of Montana Territory. VOL.4, NO.mSt^, ^/^m uw ii VIRGINIACITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, MARCH 7. / frC %, WHOLENO. 185. oftbe Rocky Mountain Herald, an inde I^pendent paper, his objections to Grant i TheMontana Post. j.W TILTON t CO.. - - - - PUBLISHERS JAMESK. MILLS, - - EDITOR.^FOB PRESIDENT, GENERALU. S. GRANT, OJPILLINOIS. Subjectto the deei*^n of the Na.ionnl RermMI- fgoconvention. CONTEXTSOF THIS XTMBETC^fAGE L^Another Artery Cot; The ^ Fjltb and^Mime : ' Railroad* v*. Indian*; ' Butler'* In-^tlruatroU : ^ Am Inexpensive liatlerr : K*atlea* AcsIb; Constitutional Regulation* ; From Boal derValley. p*r.E2.^Telegrams ; From Washington City ; Spiritof the Pre**.^TxCAl 3.^Pen and .**^^!*^^^r^. Page4 ^ Poetry : The First Snow Fall^One Hon^^do.! Years to Come; Record of le*7 ; Are of^Senator* ; Pen and Sci**ora; Saoeeaafal Actor* andActresses; ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 March 1868

THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1868, TheMontana Post. CO., D.W. TILTO^, D. W. T1L.TON aal latter* aa4 a^*a^ri^4wr* Jlwi,^/ VirginiaC5f* izmonth*....^tare* uuatki.. 800 .S 00^. 3 90 Ratesef Advertising: (Wi,S Una* or law, 3 MrilN..^ ^ 00 do. do. do. 6 month*,..10 00 do do. do. 1 y*mr15 00 Onesquare, ten line* or less, 1 insertion, ..4 09 do. a*. *Ve. 3 do.6 00 4a. do. dm. lMMh,10 00 A. do. do. 3 do. 13 00 do. do. a*. 3 do. 15 00 do. do. do. 0 do. 9ft 00 do. do. do. 1 year35 Of Pwoequarea, 1 iaaertion,S 00 do 8 do. 800 13 00 18 00 *^ 00 40 00 65 00 8 eo do13 00 saowth18 00 do.25 00 do.30 00 do.50 00 70 00 10 00 IS 00 do.1 do.a do.3 do.B do.1 jm^Date-Hyfe'th eolnmn do.do. do.do. do.do. do.do. do.do. do.do. 1 year,..^Ooo-sixth eolnmn, 1 insertion. do.do. 2 do. do. do.do. do do,do.^dc. do.do. 1month,20 00 ado. 3do.^6 do.^1 rear.. Oae-loarthcolumn, 1 huortiom,. do.do. a do. do.do. 1 month, do.do. a do. do.do. 3 do. ... do.do. C do. ... do.do. 1 year One-halfeolnmn, 1 ia^do. do. a^do....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 March 1868

THS MONTANA I^OSfT^grURDAY, MARCH 7. 18 68. raxAND sc WMt. The8*e**cnt*r Mine* of Feb. 19th,^gave: New placers have recen' 1 j been^^^covered en Slate creel. This creek^empties into Rock creek some three^jnile* above where the original dieroT-^err waa made. About fiftj locattaae^hire bwen made, and a new district will^shortly be formed. Mr. Safe Millar^gtok hples to bed- rock on different parts^of Lis company's claims on Rock creek^gad got an average of ten cents to the^pan prospects. This we believe to be a^^good thing^ considering the abundance^of water and fall where the claims are^located. There are now 169 claim^ l**-^cated on Rock creek, 110 of them are lo^^cated below and 86 above the original^difcovery. Most of tbe locators think^they will be able to raise ^a home^stake^ out of their claims next spring,^go mote it be. On the 27th ot January^the miners organized a new district call^^ed ^Rock Creek Flacer Mining District^^and elected J. W. Menefee, Esq., Re^^corder. TheFrontie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 March 1868

POETRY. fXl THEVltorsM^VAUU */1VM bfsskix lowell. Thesnflw bad begun in the glo*mia%, Andbusily nil to* nif fat^Hnd beeiiaeepiag ^H^fai^hway Withaailencedeep ana white. Everypine, and fir, and hemlock, Woreermine too dear for an earl, ,^ # Andthe poorest twig on the elm tree^Wat fringed inch deep with pearl. fromsheds new roofed with Carrara,^Came chanticleer's matted crow, Thestiff rails were softened to swan's down,^And still-flattered down the snow. Istood and watched by the window Thenoiseless work of the sky,^And the sodden Homes of the snow-bird*,^Like brotan letrves whirling by. Ithought of a mound in sweet Auburn,^Where a little head-ston^ stood, Howthe flakes were folding it gently,^As did robins the babes in the wood. Upspoke our own little Mabel, Saying,^father, who makes it snow^^^And I told kar of Che good All-father^^Who cares for m all below. AgainI looked at the enow-fall,^And thought of the leaden sky Thatarched o'er our first great sorrow/^When the mound was hraped...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 March 1868

h X io-. 1OO^00 m:, f. IIS,HOUSE THg MONTANA3ATUBPAYA SfAiRCH 7, 18 68. .17.K^Yl^wW^\ SCCCK9SORTO s\ i X I. A CO. yiRGlNIACITY, - - M. T. Dance.Stuart Oo, Wholesalea^4 Retail DmIm ia Winesand Liquors DeerLodge City, (Oottonwood) Montana BOOTS! .1^ J \) 11 , #^^^ AND W.Ware ./ *f^f| Fy^*1'*^B. Stlckney, Jr.,Geo. J. Plant WARE,ELLIS ^ CO., Storageand Commission HOLESALE iu ANDRET AI GKOCEKM,STORAGE -AND CommissionMerchants HAVK^m hand s large and w^U-MMrM4 stock^of ^ tap In and FancyGroceries ! Consistingia part ot Tlour Bacon Earns,Lard, Coffee,Sugar Tea, Chocolate, McGregorWhisky, PortWine.^Shawhan Whisky SHOES! NEWSTORE^NEW COOES NO.74^ JIAI\ TEEET, Helena,- Montana^Our Large Stock * ef Good* Freshfrom the States! Weoffer at the LowestMarket Price! qoors.Cigars.^Floor. Basra*,J*xvi. PryGoetto,,^Ctothfarg; t^*T^M^fL Queenswars.^Glassware,^Hard warn Oils. Wails, g!us. Fanair.rand Tliain^ implement'. Etc, SheryWine,^Rum, Gin FineBrandy BarFixtures, SugarsaiidL .-i11 Tobacco. FORCASH! ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 March 1868

6 THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 18C8, POETRY. 19UON^ Ha I Laboris honor .' Ood's spirit hath spoken ; Thisi* the eontf that Ma universe sings:^Tbrouffh the vast bills of creation unbroken, Loudlyand clearly the glad echo rings;^Up from the hills and the green valleys steal^^ing* Seekingthe light of the bright star above,^Rises the song to the blue heavens pealing^^^ Labor is honor, and labor is love. Allthe great deeds that are grandest in story, Living through centuries treasured and bright: Allthe great lives that are dearest to glory, Fillingthe world with flashes of light;^Words from whose utterances ages are dated : Thoughtsthat have held the whole work! incontrol Nameson whose echoes the proudest have waited;^Are Dut the offspring of labor and toil. Notto the eye that g lanceth there lightly^Doth the bright look of the heavens unfold; Butto the spirit that turaeth there rightly,^Are all its wonders and mysteries told; Andat each step, to the soul upward spring- inC nsa^^...

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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 March 1868

I^oretfrn Nem. r,n h rurloiisli* terminated^Hi^Corpus) mi peudrd-Tlio ^i *Trial^^. I'. X. Tola nteers. Vivirj, Feb. 17.^The Baron Brndberg,^lB#ian AmbatHMlor to Paris, while farimr^t, ttf h this city mi bu return from a visit^9k Petersburg, was violsatly assaulted by^^ of the hat* Baron Demyendorf, a well-^ifttiWB Russian diplomatist. The assailant^krHr ^ band grenade at the Baron but it fail-^i to take eHect. Pin-.Feb. 27.^Prince Napoleon has gone^j ^ rant to Germany. LaLiberte published a report that the King^Pm^ia was recently thrown from his horse ,)bsdly injured. Theofficer* of the French army, now absent^furlough, are ordered to report to their^^td quarters on or before the Slit of March.^Ill exiting furloughs terminate on that day. Cork.Feb. 26.^The parsonage of Rev. M.^was attacked last night, but the aasail-^att were driven off. Dublin.Feb. 27.^Oe^'l Nagle and fellow^rkuoers were iudicted for treason at Sligo^pajj-j.iy. Heron, counsel for defense, moved a^I j^uj of the tria...

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