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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 28 March 1868

THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY. MARCH REPORTEDBY THE W. 0. TELEGRAPH COMPANY^EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE TRI-WEEKLY POST Congressional. ThePrcctient Vetoes tHe Judiciary^Bill and Senate t**n*r-* over Veto-^Tax Exemption Bill^Petroleum^Tex Reduced one lialf^ ProTislon-^al Government of Alabama: the^Requirement*^About Alanka. Chicago,March 25.^A Tribune special says^negotiations concerning the right of natural^^ized citizens have been in active progress with^England for some months past. Steps have^recently been taken to expedite the framing^of a treaty. The State Department believe a^treaty quite as favorable as that with Prussia^will receive the assent of the English author^^ities. Animportant error which occurred in trans^^lating the Prussian treaty has been developed.^The treaty is more favorable to oar adopted^citizens than at first supposed. It applies Constitutionherein recognised be changed so asto allow any person to vote who is excluded^from office by the 14th amendment to the na^^tional...

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. — 28 March 1868

Advertisers. U.CLARK, Furnitnre Merchant, Wal- r.lace St., Virginia Cllj, M. T. rfLlCKA MA U PIN, Physiciarui~^Dd^Sur-^y peons, Broadway, Helena, M. T. THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAY, MAROTT f. DR.W. R. BULLA HI), Physician, Su^(eon and Obstetrician, Mai Helena,M. T. IainStreet FE.W^sion Merchant, cor. Wallace A Jackson PATTON,Grocer and Commu-^r chant, c^street, Virginia City ~S0.GOHN, Ball'i Head Meat Market, yWalL.ce St., Virginia CSty, M. T. r~he5ders0n, Painter, Wallace St., |Virginia City, M. T. xThELMBOLD'SBuchu, 53-4 Broad^^way, New York. BRSHFIKLDA CO., Bankers, Wallace j Snvders,Wiugert A Company, Pioneer Tannery.^Mill Creek, Mob tana. A SchaiHer, Nevada. J. GailatiaKxpren. pondezterA Orr, Beaverhead Dairy. Street,Virginia City, m. T. -yYToodworthSl Bartin. Over'.anl Tran*porter*. nIGGI5S A HAG ADORN, Wholesale and I JJ.Retail Grocers, 71 Main St., Helena. , F**uk Pel*hn^^T, ioo^r ^^r, Virginia City. H USSKY,DAHLER A CO., Bankers,Wal^^lace St., Virginia City. 8.Hale, Druggirt,...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 28 March 1868

6 theaioawr-AyA/ f!^sh', / s aturdm.y\ march FIT parrnlle ^^* Spumedby all*at if Honored*bent upon fc There* he lies,^Face to the skin,^furred t^ dseth in * city o^ plenty; *'^^at is'pure ^nd tweet,^carelessfeew^^Tolly and pleasure,^H^adreds with plenty and time, and leisure;^Leisure to speed Cnriet's mission below, Toteach the erring and raise tbe lowly^^Plenty, in charity's name, to show^That life has something dirine and holy. Boastedcharm*^Clascal brow,^Delicate featoree^loc k at them bow; Lookat her lips, once they could smile;^Eyes^well, never more they shall beguile;^Never more, never more word of hers Ablush shall bring to the earn tli est face.^She has found, let us hope and trust, Peacein a higher and better place;^And yet, despite of all ill, I ween,^Jay of some heart she aunt have been;^Soma fpnd motberrpro^d of the task, Hmstooped to ftoger such dainty curl;^Some vain lather has bowed to ask Ablea-ing for her, hie darling girl.^Hard to ihrnk. tu we look at her there,^Of...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 28 March 1868

our^^jaaKewgv D (j.lacs St., Virgfria ^lt^ g ^ T.f ,Ue iv A M AUPiii, Pfaystciaaa ud _r-^(t geons, Broadway, Helena, M. T. It . TV. R.^gfrn and^Helena, M. T. TI'LL A ED, Fin^Obptetrictnn, Main Eu i-'treet PP__ _TC R 1^-VY,, MARCH 2s. Xegral Notices. GEO.GOIISr, Boll's Head Mwt Market,^Wall-ce St., Virginia City, M. T. ^fTHEtDKRSON,Painter, Wallace St.,^J Virginia City, M. T. hklmbold'SBucbu, j^4 Broad^^way, New York. ERSHFIELDA CO., linkers, Wallnce Street,Virgiuia City, M. T. in5 HIGG1Retail Grocer^, 71 Main St., Helena. USSEY,DAHLER A CO.^lace St., Virginia City. Banker*,Wal- FB.W. PATTON, Grocer and Comnds-^tioD Merchant, cor. Wallace A Jackson^fctreet, Virginia City. Snvders.^Ving*rt A Company. Flower Tannery.^Mill Creek. Montana. SebanVr,Nevada. J F. Fonnan, Gallatin Xxprets. JJondexterA Orr. Beaverhead Dairy. yjn dworth A. Bartin. Overland Transporters. Jrauk Vetch u*t. lunfeotioonr, Virginia City.^J^ 8. Hale, Dmggist, Virginia City. HEDGEA BOYD, Virginia and Sterling r^maha N...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 28 March 1868

8 THEMONTANA POS1, SATURDAY, MARCH 2jS Theffonfaia Post oik agjk1cejb. TTtwrr-rcm.it oar Agent at Fort ] A.B._ Mi.a j. Smith h oar Anat at BuMek. JM. Fbh, 01 ^ bag. HotSpriae District. Ota.S. Eawxwos, SUt^Ct^*. Bxii-isoasa A lulu, Silver Bow. Jaxm8tuajct, Deer Lodge. WOKDKKeCo., Hell Got*. Aarencyof Post, S3 Brfcjgs street, Helena W.P. P absorb, Gallatin City. Oec. Pesky, Gannon Gulch.^H. h. hathaawt, Hjghlsad District,^F. Chlich, Summit City.^Campbell at Co., Confederate Galea.^R. C. Johnson, Blaekfoot.^l h. Buck, Boulder Valley.^Wkklkt W. Jones, Reynold*- City, Elk Creek.^J. 8. Williams, Sl Lamia, Ma.^Lv P. Fuau. Saa Fi^ulaiiu. CaL^Hkxbt Burden, Argenta.^H. Ellh St Co., Leesbrtrgh, Balaton River Minos^Chalncx BauUlK, Boar Gulch and adjaeen^^tines. H.C. Wbtbold, Batto City.^George M. Brock. Beartown. M. T. DavisWilson, Bowman City. THECITY. [eteoroloerlcsURecord. 3r. m. IS*'ii4.^X) 33^ JOP 24.600 6eT 48^ 34.560 70^ 56 2024.35*0 61^!42^ 24.330 69^,M 2124.100,44^.42^,34.1001670,38^PB...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 25 April 1868

THEMONTANA POST A Kewgpaper, Devoted to the Mineral, Agricultural and Commercial Interest*, ^f Montana Territory. vol.4, no. m 3 z.^The Montana Post. helena, montana, saturday, april 25. /f s*f, TheMontana Pobt is a legitimate^^well established and successful enter^^prise, owned and controlled solely by the^JAMS* H. MILLS. - - EDITOR. ! Proprietor and Editor, whose names ap^^pear at the head of its colamor, having^no entangling alliances, and dependent^upon its own merits for continued suc-^I cess. As all legitimate business is eon- FORPHKMDKM, GENERALU. S. GrRANT, ituectto the decisjos of the xatioxal j ducted that those interested should hare KKribucas convajrnoK.., _ . ^m^^^^honor and profit thereby, we deem it bat candid toassert that those objects will^be kept steadily in view, purposing to^give all our patrons fall equivalent for^their investments. The Weekly has the^largest circulation of any paper in Mon^^tana, and thus offers superior induce^^ments to advertisers. The Daily...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 25 April 1868

I THE MO NT AN POST, STURDY, APRIL 2 5 Theilonhiiin Post. Ben.I*- PitftOgj PUBLISHESAND PSOPBIETOB; No.^O Main Street- J^UELENA, - - MONTANA. Onecopy,^da. do. year,. efSubscription: three 5 00 3 50 Snow.It seems that after all that has beenMid we yet have aome mow in the country, a*^ww wet Wtttl atiyipli ^^attorn] the Ratesof AdvellM-t l *^Business Card*, 5 lines or less, 3 mouth*,^a^.do. do. (tmonths.. do,do. do. 1 year,... Oneiquf. ten lines or leas. 1 insertion. .^do.do. ate. s do. do.do. do. 1 month, dvdo. do. 9 do. do.do. do. do.do. do. do.ate. do. Twosquares, 1 insertion,... do.S do. do.1 month, do.2 do. eV. 3 do. do.6* do. .. do.1 year Oae-eigh:hcolumn, 1 insertion. $G 00^10 00 1500^4 00^6 00 1000^13 00^15 00 2500 do. 3 do. . 6do. lyear.35 00 *6 Q0 s* 19 00 18 00 2400^40 00^65 00^8 00 dU^7 I12 08 do.do. 1 month,18 00 do.do. 2 do. ^ . ^5 00 do.do. 3 do. 30 00 do.do. 6 do. 50 00 do.do. 1 year^0 00 One-sixthcolumn, 1 insertion.10 00 do.do. 2 do. 15 00 do. do. 1 month,20 00 do.do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 25 April 1868

THET1S81E OF LIFE. forerer the same low sound, Fromearly morning till night,^the ramble of carriage wheels over the ground,^The murmur of voices almost drowned, Bjfootsteps heavy and light,^^nd sometimes a crj'ol pain Floatsap slowly through the din;^gut the human shuttles are busy again^^Ihe Tissue of Life all shades must contain, Allshade* must be woven in ! Howbrightly the faces shine. Encirclingthe well-worn hearth.^Soft words, fond glances, kind actions com^^bine, Htartswith hearts, as rose^, entwine Tolighten the thorny path.^Bat yonder a wall of woe Resoundsthrough the tranquil night;^The Shutters of Fancy glide to and fro.^The Tissue of Fame must be woven fo, Byhunger and candlelight! The ballrooms are thronging now Withfaces beauteous and gay,^The flash of pleasure is on each brow^^^^ Mirth at tne helm and youth at the prow; TheCarnival speeds away !^Yet, hark .' loud voices complain Aplunge ! a splash ! and the din^Of Pleasure's shuttles is sounding again.^The Tissue of Pl...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 25 April 1868

THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, APRIL 25. NorthernPacific R. R. Communicationof Philip B1I^, of^Wall* Walla-The Nort^erij a^ae 1^fle Railroad; tta Pr*rUc^WI^r, A* Havingbeen a lesiaent of Washington Ter-^ritorj and of Oreron for seventeen yean, and^haviajr passed over the different route* be^^tween thVAtlan tic and the Pacific several^tinea, I hare from personal obaerration ob-^tainad ranch information respecting the re^^sources, wealth and climate of the country in^^tervening, and many items which bare never^been embodied in any report, and which may^be of service to those in the East who know^comparatively little of that rich country now^so rapidly settling. I propose to lay before^you, briefly, the reeuK of my examination,^trusting they may give some new light upon^the subject of the Northern Pacific railroad,^which ts all important to the development of^the territory lying north of the 45th par^^allel. Sincethe discovery of the rich gold and^silver mines in Montana and the commence^^...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 25 April 1868

MONTANA POST. SATURDAY, APRIL 25. LAWS OFT1IE fnitedStates. [PublicNo. 7.]^ACT making appropriations to supply^kficiencies in the appropriations for tbe^Uecution of the reconstruction laws, and 1first section of this act shall become due and^j payable. Sec.4. And be it farther enacted. That all jnecessary expenses in procuring copies of the^| State assessment lists and for advertising coa-^; nected with the assessment and collection of^the tax shall be paid oat of any money in the^' treasury not otherwise appropriated, the^| accounts for each expenses being first ap^^pro red by the Secretary of the Treasury.^Approved February 21, 1868. [PublicNo. 10.] orthe service of the quartermasters' de- hM ACT in relation to additional bounty,^art men t of the government, for the fiscal Be it enacted by the Senate and House of^tar ending June 30, 1868, and for other Representatives of the United States of Amer-^arposes.ica in Congress assembled, 1 hat if any person itenacted by the Senate and H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 25 April 1868

6 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, APRIL 25. AFTER. ^^ t Alterthe shower, the tranquil son;^After the snowy*** enw^^M learee; Silverstars when the day is done; Afterthe harvest, the golden sheaves. Afterthe clown*, the viols* sky; Afterthe tempest, the lull of wares ;^Quiet woods when the winds go fiy; Aftertha battle, peaceful graves. Afterthe knell, the wedding bells; Afterthe bud, the radiant rose.^Joyful greetings from sad farewells ; Afterour weeping, sweet repose. Afterthe burden, the blissful meed; Afterthe flight, the downy rest;^Altar the furrow, the waking seed; Afterthe shadowy river^rest! WHOSE SaidSheridan, meeting'his son on the way,^^'I am thinking 'tis time yon were Fettled inlife, Andso without dally or foolish delay, Ido hope I may hear of your taking a wife.'^^Very well,^ said the other ^your wish shall^suffice Todecide me what future arrangements to^make: I'lldo it; and therefore by way of ndrice,^Won't von tell me dear father, whose wife^I shall take^ ONEDOLLAR'S WOR...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 25 April 1868

TIThi t HI) 8 ELEGRAPH JoRTKT)FOtt THE POST. andatestoMli-Miiiiiiflit!SidayEyjME Report. gJCAtK)DATES TO 10 P. M.^The Impeachment. idenee Torthe^Closed. Defence in ;iniaConvention^jonrned. Art- pDestroyed hj- Lightu\u%. celaiiCommitted for Mc-^Gee's Ivlurder. AHorror at St. Louis. lionetto Dickens. He Dis^^count* hi* own M Notes. hington,April IS.^Senate.^Secretary^and bis son Edgar, in the Navy De^^pot, were among the witnesses ex- m.oster-GeneralRandall testified that^Blodcets, Postmaster at Augusta, Ga.,^moved in consequence of complaints of^1 misconduct, He produced the papers^ch caused the removal,^e most of the session was consumed in^rats relative to the admissability of the^Evarts stated that the GovernorMcCormick. of Arisona and t__^Mexican Governor of Bnnora, have hail an^, interview, at which arraagemAta were made Ifor securfng the right of transit through^I Mexican territory to Martinese. DeCastro, Minister of Justice, has re- 1signed. TheMinister of the Treaaary in his ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 25 April 1868

8 THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, APRIL 25. TheMontana Post OURA^E^T8. A.B. namk-TOJf. la ear Atmnt at Pert B^Ha. MlA. J. Smith is ^or Anoi At Baaaach. V.M. Twm, Bmvfmg, Hot Spring District. Ob*.8. BaWUMI, SDrer Creek. Beixccceb^. AlleX, Silver Bow. jAim Btuabt, Deer LsSsre. WOUW*Co., Heil Oat*. Asreaeyof Poet, M Bridge street, IllllSn. W.P. PaJMOKA, OtllHtt City. Ceo.Pbrkt. Otiuiu Galea. ii.H. Hatha awt, Hie-bland District. p.CHVHCH, Summit City. Campbellet Co., Confederate Gulch. R.C. JOHxaon, BTeafeot. 1.N. BVCK, Boulder Valley. WsslxtW. Jokes, aUynold*' dry, Elk Creek J.8. Williams, St. Louie, Mo. P.Fuhkb. 8m FraiKJieoo. CaX^Hekit Kiebdem, Anreate.^H. Ems *- Co., Lee*bor*;h, Salmon Hirer Mi see^Chauxct Barbf.b, Bear Galea and adjai h.C. WEIBOLD, Butte City.^Ueobce M. Brock. Beartown, M.^Datu Wilson, Bosesnau City. Thename of the writer must be mpptndti to each^letter for authentication of its contents. Write on If^on one aide of the ahem. Be particular to write^mm of parsons plainly....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 2 May 1868

THEMONTANA POST Newspaper, Devoted to the Mineral, Agrrtcnltural and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. VOL.4, NO.-9e-.SV, HeMontana Post. JAMESH. MILLS, - . EDITOl HELENA, MONTANA, SATURDAY, MAY 2. / ^ 6 WHOLENO. 190. forprextdemt, GENERALU. a GRANT, opillinois. sl'bject to tbs dkwok of tub national^bxpubucab ookvectiok. TheMontana Post Jt/LS^ LARGER, CIRCULA^^TION THAN ANY OTHER^NEWSPAPER IN THE TER^^RITORY. CONTENTSOP THIS NUMBER.^Pace 1.^^At PhilHppi Llcht Immigration, Causesi Theodore a Dwd ; Under which Kintr. The Malias Road.^PAGE 2^Prom the Northwest; Confederate Gulch: PromBore man ; Inkling* ; Political Item*; Mit- cellaneooa. Page3^Laws of the United States; Josh Billing-^ism; To the People of Montana; Meeellaaeooa. Page4.^Telegrams; Specials to the Post; ^An^^other Blast;^ Inkling*. Page5 ^ Poetry, ^The Sqaeexer.^ Prom Bouldnr^VaTey ; Conostoek Union | Prom Benton ; Polit^^ical Items; Pen and Scissors; Crow Creek^Mines; A long the Border; Billing-isms. Page6^Tele...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 2 May 1868

TheMontana Fog Bon*T* J )itit ^. FUBLISHEBAlTD FKOPBIETOB, y0.80Main Str^*^t.^HULiENA, - - MONTANA. rimsef Oa-oopy. do. osiyear himonth*. threamonths ...8 00^... 5 on ...3 50 do.do. de.do. Uo. 6 00 1000^15 00^4 00^ft 00^10 00 do. Ratesof Advertising:^Bosioeas Card*, 5 Uses or lass, 3 months. do.do. do. 6 month*,. do.do. do. 1 year,... On*sa.ua*a, tan Una* or less, 1 insertion, .^do.do. da. * da. do. da. 1 maath, do. do. 2 do13 00 do. do. 3 do. 15 00 do. do. ^ do. 25 00 do. do. 1 year35 00 1ioserttoo,^ 00 2do^ 8 00 1Monthh pf d* * do. J*00 di: 3 do. 24 00 **f*^ ^ do. ^40 00 d. 1 year.65 00 Dae-eiirhtheotamn, 1 Insertion^ O0 da* do. 8 da. do do. 1 month,18 00 do. 2 do. 23 00 do. 3 do30 Ot do. 6 d^. 50 OS do, 1 year.70 OS Onesixth column, 1 insertion10 00 do. do. ^ do. 15 00 do. do. 1 saoatfc,20 00 do. do. 2 do.30 00 da. do. 3 da.3600 do. do. 0 do55 00 do- do. 1 year80 00 O roartb column, 1 inssatioa,12 00 do. do. 2 do. 1^ 00 do. do. 1 month,24 00 do. do*! do. do.do. do. do.do.^da. do....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 2 May 1868

OFTHE THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, MAY 2. 1^*^ ^ 1 * , ^ ' ^ ij ^ ^ s -. . : ir- r : - ; i f:^ : . * : UnitedStates. [PublicNo. 14.]^AS ACT IX relation to islands in the Great^Miami river. p#it enacted by the Senate and House of^e^prcerntatives of the United State* of Amer-^\. in Cor great assembled. That in the case of^racb islsode. in the Great Miami river, in the^state of Ohio, aa are undisposed of, or any^rtcant public lands adjacent thereto,which are^in tbe actnal and exclasire occupancy of any^person* who bare made improvement! thereon,^^ of their heirs or assign*, each occupants^thereof shall hare the preference right to en^^ter the same at twcrdoltare and fifty cents per^acre, on making proof of the facta to the sat^^isfaction of the Commissioner of the Qeneral^Lend Office, and paying for the land within^twelve months from the passage of this act,^and patents shall issue for the tracts so enter^^ed as usual in entries of pablic lands. ApprovedMarch 2, IMS. [Public No. 15.]^AN ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 2 May 1868

THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAY, MAY 2 TheMontana Post. REPORTEDFOR THE POST. RailroadContract from Chey^on no to Denver, Closed. Stevensand William*' Argu ments. North and South Carolina^Adopt the Constitution!!. TheArkansas Bill.^England Enjoy* a Holllday.^^The Conquest ofAbysslnnia.^^Bullock Governor of Georgia. AWorld Dispatch. SpecialTreasury Agent A*-^saulted. AnotherDemocratic Nomin^^ation^Hancock and^Groesheck, InternalRevenue Collections. SeofleldDeclines. TheD'ArcyMeGee Case. Bev.Paul Bag ley Impeached. AScene In the Senate. Butlervs. Nelson. TheFenian Trials In England. TheIrish Question in Parlia^^ment. S nopals of Evart's Exordium. EvartsSpeech; the Science or^Concussion Discussed. Furtherof the Southern Elec^^tions. BosseauSucceeds Emory. SouthPass ask^ Tor the Ap^^pointment of W. A. Carter^for Governor ol^Lin^^coln Territory. Williamspteamwiad to reply ia detail in^answer of die President's counsel to the^charges of the Managers. Atfour o'clock, Morrill stated that Wil^lia...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 2 May 1868

Ice. THE MONTANA PQS'l. SATURDAY, MAY 2f THESQUEBIBII. PARISCOXT1HKBTA.L OAZBTTK. fsnkeeof inventive mind,^Ltrving once that womankind^r^c UffMd with rather larger waists^teemed to suit the ladies' tastes,^r|^n*ed o^t and made of polished steel,^lta K^ny a secret spring aud wheel,^Qgeer machine, to work a tare^^Taltogether perfect cure^frery waist that might not be^mall enough periphery,^u great machine at last complete,^i advertised in many a sheet^Id this poetic style :^Attention, ladies ! call and see^The wonder of the century !^I ]|t patent Waist Decreaser,^I fhe ladies' loving squeezer! Gotap and run by Jabez Kile.^^Then, sealed in his office at his r.ise,^He waited calmly for a waist to s 'ueeie.^H* had nut very long to wait,^('or, soon, a maiden dressed in state,^With rustling robes ^nd smile serene,^Came in to try the great machine;^And throwing off her furs and hat,^With stoic resignation sat^straight down among the wheels and springs^And screws and other curious things;^Th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 2 May 1868

7.- r- mm jI THE MONTANA FOST, ,S AT U ill) A Y, MAY 2. BVTELEGRAPH! CalmTelegraph Extension. GeorgiaConstitution Eo^t. Gen.Gordon Elected Gov^^ernor. HeavyBank Robbery. TheClerkenwell Trial. GreatFire In St. Eoul^.^Indian Hostilities Resumed.^Reform Meeting in London. Madrid,April 23.^Narraes, Prim* Minis^^ter, died this morning. New.York, April 23.^Weston Ifegn Tele^^graph sharea, 37*. But^Manager Boat well concluded bis^remarks, which were not finished yesterday,^when the House took a recent. Uponreassembling, Nel^on, of the Presi^^dent's counsel, took the floor and delivered an^extempore address. He said he aaostfd con^^sider many points which, though not rightly^belonging to the case, required attention be^^cause they were introduced by the Managers.^He referred to the charges of evil nature,^wickedness and detestable character which had^been brought against the President. Mr.^Johnson was accused of being everything from^a political criminal to a common scold. These^accusations...

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

eMontana Post. -4T I MeteorologicalRecord. 9A. U. | 12 M. | 3F.IL ff == I* f bs I 5 7 :^ 34.5O0 7'J44 |50 k24.^M!W5* V7!66 ! 24,450l6550 146 W44 H ;^ '24.450 7952 M*^ t*ui|^^ature Ibr the week . *t 3ocloek p. m: 43^ 8' 19^.^Virrinm City, Arefl *2. end iuApril THECITY. Arrivalsper Overland. JamesE Cole J WimmerJudge Tufti SailHowie 1L*mb*thI X Keasierp Hormk lIUwiH JeffersonJ Green 1UUJcL. BentsJ fcfslone CslJobu a XelsonI PnrnnneJ Klnna Go;J Apriljjl, 18GS.^in New York]39J PromSaturday's Dairy. RiverNews.^The St. Louis Repub~ weanof March J 1st ssys: There was eoasid wsbl*ectirity among- the mountain traders, and^qui:* a large amount of freight was received by^tH* Bid Horn, ljuidon. Ida atockdale, Huotsville.^St. Luke. Columbia and Mountaineer, ail af which^^*Te made arrangement* to leave thr^ wak/.....^From the St- Joseph Union, af April 2d, we quote: Yesterdaythe wh net presented a amn actire^soeoe than upon any previous day of the season.^Boats for Omaha, St, Louis and the monnta...

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