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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 2 May 1868

8 THEMONTANA POST. SATURDAY. MAY 2. TheMontana Post OIR A6SHTS. A.B. EUO.TOI, la our Agent at Part^Mm. a. J. Sum Is ear Igiut at ImimI^J. BL M, Sterling, Hot Spring MaMM. Geo.8. Rmtloka, t'ilver Creak.^Beixixgeb A Allee, 8ilT^r Bow.^jamb* Stvaet, Den Lodge.^WOBXNta* Co., Hell Gate.^Agency of Post, 33 Bridge street, Helena.^W. f. ruaoia, GelletFe City.^Geo. PESKY, Own Gsleh.^H H. HaTHAaWT, Highland District.^P. CHURCH, Summit City.^campbell A CO., Coafodarats Quick.^R. C JosstSasT. lliilfcil^L n. BOCK, Boulder Valley.^Willi W. Jowes, Reynold*' City, Elk Craak.^J. 8. WniltH, St. Louis, Mo.^L* P. FsSHEB. 8au Francisco. CmL^BSMtT BlSBDES. Argenta.^a. Club * Co., Lsnburgh, Salmon River Mteaa^OKALTrcT Babbeb, Bear Gulch aad adtoesa H.C weibold, Butte City.^George M. Beoce. Beartown, M. T.^Date) WrLBOE, Bosemaa City. ToCorrespondent*.^TTu n*mt* of the writer mutt be appended tm each^later for authentication of Ue content*. Writ* only^on am* mUe of the eheet. Be particular tm write^name* of...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 9 May 1868

THEMONTANA POST A Newspaper, Devoted to the Mineral, Agfricultural and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. VOL.4, NO. 36 HELENA, MONTANA, SATURDAY, MAY 9 . / ^ fr. WHOLENO. 191, i I I TheMontana Post JAMESH. MILLS, - - EDITOV.. FOBPKEJil OEMT, GENERALU. S. GRANT, OFILLINOIS. fVlUFCTto THE decision of THE XATIOKAL retcbucancoxvextiox.^^ mm i1 111 ' i ^ nmtmmmmsmmrr. inn i mmmmmmm TlieMontana Post, !cause it lias more vanity than discretion.^HAS A LARGER ^ IRCULA- Wo assert here, however, that the ad-^TIOX THAN ANY OTHER VK M S J*A FER IN THE TER^^RITORY. VEXTILL.ITIOV.| i. a fa^h^od. If he were we would not TheHerald of Thursday, in proclaim- j deny lt^ Thl^ extract, however, is from^ing itself independent of the Republican *n article d^ntt^^atory of Gen. Grant,^party, offers as its whining excuse that j cal,ln^ him a tyrant, -drunkard, a reli-^Geo. M. Pinney is Chairman of the Ceo- j 810118 hi%ot' vain- treacherous, and a^tral Committee, and is an unfit man'. 1^ monon*aniac ^...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 9 May 1868

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, MAIY i few days ago oomoK-nced against^him ; bat the Colonel could not be put^ilow-%,' He eleened up last week over^$2,000 worth of gold bullion, and settled^up tbesirits, the parties paying all costs.^PUBLISHF^PJaOPEIETOE, j He had isjib ^^^siaetid to wind up. but TheMontana Post. Ben.R- T^it te^. No.80 Main Street.^HELENA, - - MONTANA. Termssf Subscription:^Oo^^opf, an* yaar. do.do. *ixmonth*,...^three MSHk, 300^5 00^3 50 . aat^s of Advertising: BaslsasBCards, 5 line* or teas, 3 months^do.do. do. 6 months, do.do. do. 1 year... On*ftqoar*, ten lines or less. 1 insertion^, do.de.^d#v^do. Twoeraarvs,^do. do.do. n^do.^ft* 0tie-eighth coluu;:.. doTdo.^do. do. do. .i... do. do.d*. do.do. 1 jr One-eixtseolama,I^dew do. 2^do. m do. 1^do. ' do. S^do. do. 3^da do. ^^do-do. 1 One-fourthcolumn. 1 i^do.do. 3 da.do.^do. Ho.^do. ^!^^^^do. do. $I H^10 00 15CO^4 00 da da. 2 ^da * .. 6 00 do. do. 1 month,10 00 da da S da 13 00 da do. 3 do15 00 do. do. ^ do. 25 00 (W. da ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 9 May 1868

/.-line Question* for Sha It.caper-^ian Scholar*. tanthe ^Native hue of resolution^' be^Stated with paint Wonlda ^dorg^ look well with a^^trice-told tale When'^ jrrim viRaged war smoothed^wrinkled front,^ did he iron his shirt When^church yards yawn. arethev Wasthere^ever an animal with a^^ round unvarnished tale ^ Wasthe ^fruitful river in the eye^^ever geographically described Wasbutter ever made from the ^milk^ot human kindness f Does^blow wind come wrack^ apply^to the first of Mny I Isthe ^tide in the affairs ot men^^affected by the moon Arethe ^ tender leaves of hope,^^green I Canthe character of Woolsey be call^^ed ^heavy*' because his ^high blown^pride broke under him ^ Cana man fly with a pair of ^wings fc swift as meditation V Ifthere is ^no virtue like necessity,^^^Ioes it always follow than necessity is a virtue ThomasD'Arcjr Meiiee. T11E -MONTANA POST. SATURDAY, MAY 9. W.Y. Pemberton,E. H. Too'e Pemlerion ^V Toole, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW HELENA, - - - - MONTANA TERRITORY. WIM....

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 9 May 1868

S7c- THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, MAY 9. COLDAND GREENBACKS. TheColon and Central Pacific Rail^^road*. Thefinancial question, although neact^^ to reconstruction the most prominent^and important of the issues forcing it^^self upon the consideration of statesmen^and politicians, appears as it now stands toto a fret ted porcupine which neither I i^mTs^^^^^, party feels ompetent to carry in its I Leland Sanford, Prevident Central Pacifi armswithout being injured materially K^^:ml^ ^*nO^a a*ssti^c from the^axuw w^. .. I nignest aummit oar line crosses between the inthe coming campaign by one or other I Atlantic and Pacific oceans, eight thousand^of the many disagreeable points it pre- two hundred feet above the tide water. Hare _,,^,M ^^I commenced laying the iron on the downgrade sents. There are four or five methods | westward. ofdisposing of the national debt. To^repudiate it; to redeem the maturing^bonds io greenbacks ; to redeem them, The following correspondence has^passed over the w...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 9 May 1868

THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAY, MAY 9. p# s y a t . AfHOSTICALPARODY. mtfa1^**^11 to %l1 m7 gr**tn^* ! )9fAlas.' from the meridian of my glory^0 I hasten to my setting. I (hall fall!^^gkt well I know that I shall fall !^Cta ahail echo with my name no more !^ffoebme! I'm swinging off the circle ! }0tttthe state of^nan; to-day be pnt^ forth^Dtif leaves of hope; to-momrw, blossoming, gtbears bis blushing honors thick upon him: ^^t day comes a frost, a killing frost; o.when he thinks, alas ! short-sighted man 0rarely my greatness is a ripening. yipsbis mot, and then he falls as I do. porpomp and glory of this world, 1 hate ye!^jUght well I rue my errors ! 0 how wretched^Etch poor man that bangs on public favor !^there is, 'twixt the place be would as^^pire to Inthe favor of the people, and his mr.r,^Poobtlesi more foarful pangs I has wom-n haTe! Evenwhen befalls, he riui like Lucifer, n'tTIB TO HOPS again ! Toobad ! too bad ! nKLINGS. Safematches^rich marriages. Victoriahas 12 grandchildren...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 9 May 1868

*e- 6 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, MAY 9. Resolutionto Censure kelson^Tabled. TheAlia V via Affair. Indianaon tiie Rampage. TheFenians Burke and Shaw^Convicted. California Democraticventlon. Con- Oregonand Alaska Advice*. TheIrish Church Question^^II*Israeli goes to Consult^the Queen. Propellor Explosion. Stanberry's Speech on the Im^^peachment. Ma11 berry Concludes his Argu^^ment. Indignitiesupon American i^Citizens In Mexico. CabinetOfficers will Hold on. Reductionof Public Debt. 44,000White Republican^Votes in Georgia. AnotherCretan Rattle. JeffDavis*' Rond Renewed^^Greeley, Gerrlt Smith and^Vanderbilt, Bondsmen. AScene in the Rouse^Don^^nelly makes a Personal^Explanation^Wash-^burnc Does not. JamesW.Taylor's Report^Sent to the House. NewYork, April 30.^Senate.^Sumner's^resolution censoring Nelson came np. After^Nelson bad made some remarks disavowing^any intentional disrespect for the Senate, but^admitting that he referred to a duel. ReverdyJohnson moved to lay the resolu^^tion o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 9 May 1868

THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAY, MAY 9. 4 heMontana Post I,oi-iil Matters. FromSaturday'* Daily. ,sTnEHili.s.^May Day, long asso _j^-i:h the happiest memories of childhood in^^ l^^^i*. observed by th* school *f Profes-^,p,t yesterday, iu tb^ good old tray of a May^rficSi*. **** tne crowning with delicate tiow-^_ joyous Queen of May on* of the fairest and^jjtjit oi their number. The procession, con^i^t- ^^r^iiT twenty Mis*e* and oa many Masters, |^Mrs about 10 a. m. and proceeded to a beau^_,K^iro tvro miles sout boast of town. Here^ral f**^'things was spread and eaten, owingto the distance from water, souw was^tinted. Soon i hereafter Miss Fannie Irwin^B fifteen May Days had crowned with years,^chosen and crowned Queen of May with a par-^ts4*ffloweis. and in response *u the kind things^jjj is, add the honor bestowed upon her, read a^cry pretty little original poem. To the ceremo-^succeeded games and sport*, romping on the^1 odev SXOW ISALLIXi; and wishing May Day^aid come every afternoon...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 9 May 1868

8 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY. MAY 9. TheIffonfana Post Ben.JEl. I^ittes, PUBLISHERAJf D PJbLOPKIETOK, No.SO Main Strwt.^HELENA, - - MONTANA. OURAGENTS. A.B. HaMTLTOS, U oar Agent at Fort^mjl A. j. smith to oar Agent at Bannock.^J. U. M, Sterling, Hot Spring District.^Geo. S. Raw un on. Silver Creek.^BEi.Uxr.EK Si ALUS, Silver Bow.^jambs STTART, Deer Lodge.^WOKDEXa Co., Hell Oat*.^Agency of Poet, 52 Bridge street, Helena.^W. F. Parsons, Gallatin City.^Geo. Perry^ German Galen.^H. H. HathaaWT, Highland District.^F. Church, Summit City.^Campbell at CO., Confederate Galea.^K. C. JOHNSoK, BlackfooC^L N. BVCR, Boolder Valley.^Weslet W. jores, Reynolds' City, Elk Creek.^j. S. Williams, St. Lotto, Mo.^L. P. FISHER. San Franctoco. Cal.^Henrt Rierpen*, argenta.^H. Ellis 4c Co.. Leeebargb, Salmon River Mine*^Chalkct Barber, Bear Gulch and aojaoen H.C. Wetbold, Bntte City.^George M. Brock. Beartown, m.^Davis Wnsox, Boaeman City. ToCorrespondents.^The name of the writer must be appended to each^...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 16 May 1868

THEMONTANA POST. A. Newspaper, Devoted to the Mineral, ^gr^iei*ltiii*^l and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. VOL.4, NO. 32. HELENA,MONTANA, SATURDAY, MAY 1(^. WHOLENO. 192 TheMontana Post INDIANAf FA1KN. First and niav kind Heaven have [ have the Northern road, and the ac- j tigate the matter lor themselves they THETHREE ISSUES JAMESH. MILLS, - - EDITOR. FOR1^ R EM I DENT, GENERALU. S. GRANT, OFILLINOIS. lIJECT TO THK decision OT THE XAHOXAL^Rr.pvbucas cokviextios. CONTKNT8Of TH18 NUMBER.^I'Af.r I.^That Printing Hill; Indian Affair*; Why^we ^|^]^i*e it; Mineral lte*ource^ in Coo|rr**e ;^The W^^liit^j(toii Rumors; The Three Is*ue^^Miscellaneous. I'ac.k2.^From Washington ; ^ Absent on Duty ,^^luklinjr* ; ln.lt Irom a Troubled Sea , Pen and^Kcuuor* ; From Kenton ; Miscellantvii* 1* v^.K r..^Donnelly v^ Washburae ; Mi^eellanr ona. I'Ai.E4^Telegram*; Special* to the POST ; From^Philil'tt'urgr; Inklings ; Miscellaneous VacU^^^.^Front tVa^li:n|rtoi^ ; Pen and 8cis^or*; Henot DuMx...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 16 May 1868

2 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, MAY H^. TheMontana Post. 1J^mi. it. l^iii^^K. emieswonder tliat ^^ he conld liave sired^such an aogal.^ Young ami modest.^|M^ss*esing a tall, queenly figure, finely^chiseled features, with heavy clusters ot PUBLISHERAND PROPRIETOR. I , urU **llinK ^^ rich prolusion over an alabasterneck, graceful in everv action, iieIjK'a, - - jMorviwrvA,. IMKLIX6N. DKfPTPBO.lt A THM BLDMA Termsof Subscription: iaesor laat ; 73 cent* per Una for ten line* or leu ,^0 cant* per line for eleven lines or more. itis no wonder t hut sin- carries every^heart by storm. Following closely with^lier i^ Miss Morrill, daughter of the^Senator troin Maine, who has large,^languishing eyes, dark hair, to which^bur while, colorless cheeks lorin a^radical contrast. Humor has it that^she is heart-broken, and that poi^^sonous nielancholly is preying up^^on her mind, like the laithful atli-^anced of Robert Enimett^the daughter^of Curran. Miss Foote^the neice of the^late Senator Foote, of Ver...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 16 May 1868

THEMONTANA ppjT. JATURDAY5J HELENA, AT. DONWKLLYvs. WAHHBI RNK. W.Y Wetmi in tlif fSt. Paul fnm the ex- '^plnnntion of the ^ personal explana^^tion*^ that pawi'd between Messrf.^WMkkllM nn^l Donnelly in the House^.vtlav or two wince. The affair corn-^^seaeed by Mr. Donnelly ailclre6aing the^following letter to lion. W. H. (A Fol-^anm. which was published. The J'ro-^savs its ev'ulent nini was to cast odium^npon W. 1^. Washlmrne. Ks.i.. of Mr.^I^onnellvV District, brother of E. B.^Washlnirne. and Donnelly's strong rival^fnr the next Congressional nomination :^Hon. \V. H. C. FoUom, Taylor'* Fall^, Minn.: Ihave cnrofolly prejwired a hill for a crant^of lands to thA State of Minnesota, to aid in^the construction of a railroad ^from Taylor's^Falls via St. Cloud, to tb^ western boundary^of the State,^ as will apnearfiy a copy of the^tilobe. which I will send you to-morrow. Mr.^K. B. W.i^hl^urne, of Illinois, twice objected,^and prevented its introduction and reference E.W. Toa'e Pcmtaerton...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 16 May 1868

THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, MAY 16. TheMontana Post ft afe 1% ReMillor the ImpeacUmt'iit^Trial I'nc-rrtalii. TlM't'a***Argued in the Senate. FenianI'liwonern Released. ,* oii^rc.-.ioiii^l l*roceediiitf^. Oiitraa;con AmerleaiiM to ^^^^^Redre^*^*ed. ^ur%iters of the Barque Cien.^IfeOTHMh Tormuloon the lltttl-*oii. Riotin Hrooklyn, Sew York. Familyl*oi*^ned In \e\iark^Sew Jersey. Rupturebetween the Pres^^ident and Seeretary tle-^Cul lough. 4:onfereneewith Reprenenta^live Men of the South^^ern *tate^. Fayment*of Fined Refknted by^Autt'riean temcln tit Cuba. ForeignIntelligence. Voteon liupeaehnient Post^^poned. SouthernYottm on State Con^^stitution**. InternalRevenue Chungex. TaritrFixed on V. I^. R. R ForneyResigned as Seerelary^ot'Senate. Impeaehinent. ForeignXcw*. FearfulEpidentie In M auritlu*. ffdkMMay 10.^What the result of^the iinpenchrjjent trial will bp id mere specu^^lation. The Senators ^till preserve a studied^silence as to how they will vote upon the^fiuestion. The friends a...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 16 May 1868

THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, MAY 16. PRO*W'ARHINGTON. TheImpeachment Trial the Centre of Attrac^tlon^ It ^ Drags its Slew Length^^Evidence ClosedArguments of Counsel^A Tennessee Judgeout or Place--^ How Does Andy Feel^^^A Visit to the President. EiHTouPost : l'^rson* visiting this^city nt tin- ])rfs^^nt time arr no Ionjrrr^attract.-.! by the ordinary allurements^it contain*. At tin- niilc of the threat^trial ail oiln-r charms pale. The Patent^OoSaS, with it^ thousands of curiosities,^lirain jwrplexins Mad w^^niW provokinjr^models; its numerous relics of Wash^^ington. Franklin (including the first^press of the latter) anil others ; its costly^nnd wonderful presents to nnr fotvijrn^embassador*, which are required by law^to ba sent there; the Agricultural Uu-^reau. with its many imitation fruits and^flowers; tin- Smithsonian Institute,^with its vast collection of birds, animals,^fish, .insects, geological and tniueralogi-^c:il specimens: its busts, statuary, paint^^ings, idols and what n...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 16 May 1868

THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, MAY 16. RiimnrtRctrardinjc Iht- Vole^on InipriK'limt'iil. The Arkansas and Carolina^Constitution*. Public-Debt HMNMhl^el^t^Reduced Eighteen and a^Half Million*. t'aryFare lion*. 3,177Emigrant* Arrivd In %cw^Vork .flay 5th. TheFukII*Ii Parliament \er-^vou^. Franeeand Ru^in a^ Hedia-^tor*. M-cne*in the Senate. Indian Trouble* Down the^Road. General Sherman Eiili^t^^Pawnee*. Flour CombinationEake. inSalt iov.EnslMi Inaugurated. IllinoisRepublican domina^^tions. CongressionalProceeding*. A^ Flying *' Rumor from l^Ie\-^^ ieo. Protectionto Fishermen. RobinsonMoves to Expunge. Colc-lllscoekJury Disagree. Fesenden Comes to the Sur^^face. Detailsof the Magdala Fight^^The City Rurncd. HousePasses Arkansas Con^^stitution.^George Francis Rankrupted.^Weston on Another Walk.^Latest Herald Humbug. FloridaRatifies the Constitu^^tion. LordBrougham Dead.^Will the President Resign * London,May 5.^A dispatch from lierlin^says the r-outh German state* threaten to leave^the Die...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 16 May 1868

THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAY, MAY 16. TheMontana Post. oikAtUKNTM. A.11. II tMM.mN, is ear Afn,t at F.^rt Benton. Hi.A. J.i-miH is ^^ur Aitn.i at Ttannark. J.vi. Kisii. Sterling. Hot Spring District. Gttn.S. R\wu\i:^*. Silver Creek. ltl.lMNi.KIl A Al.LK.X, Silver Bow. JaU SliAKT. I^eer Lodge. VOUOI^^^.. Bad Gate. Amiey of Psst, Stj Bridge nrwi. Helena. W.^^. Parikim*. Galle'inCity. tit.. l'liitKY, German Gulch. II.H. 1UT1IAAWT. HklkU District. V.ClU'Mtl. Snmniit City. t'AMruKi.LA Co.. Confederate Gulch. R.C. JuirssoX. Blackfnot. I.X. Hi ^ k Hopldn Valley. Vpn\v. Mmm, Reynolds Citv. Klk Creek. j.s. Wmkumt, st. Lonix, m... L.1^ ___, San Francisco. Cal.^Ffnrt Rinnn. Argeata. U.Ki.i.hs A Co., I.eesburgb, Salmon River Mines^CIIAIM T BAKItEU. Bear liulcb sad ndjacen uine*. II.C. Wkwolp. Butte City. Oniti.H M. BK(m K. Beertown, m T.^Davis WlLeoN, Bozeman City. neteorolosrlralBerord. HAIK| I A. M. |12 M. | | f. M. PackTm.vis~ ^ Hirvhinaii Bpo#. re^^ceived JCsleidav sixty-five pack ItSstls ol ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 16 May 1868

8 THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, MAY 16, TieMontana Pest, SATIKDAV MMNIN6, MAY 16. THECITY. FromWrdnwlif'i Daily. Ucicn Mining by Steam.^The firit -reammachinery broasrbt Into successful op*ration^la placer minias; WM completed about two week*^agu ^n Messrs. Taylor. Tbompaoo ii Co.claim.^No. S I rlow rlisoovery in Last Chance gulch. Ih^e^workings by steam being; the tint of ib^ kiad, arc^a source of interest to many aud de*erv* notice.^a ten boree power engine drive* the whole machi^^nery ; which U nothing more tliaa ^ hug* wind^^lass, banting two call over two separate track*, 1 .'^.^^^feet long, op an incline with a grade of 33 foot to^the 100 feet, to an elevation of 43 feat above the^gulch, to which paint 70 laches of water are brought^^^ a flume. The elevation attained permit* the^string of floioa* to be wt at a grade of 6 inohe* to^every 16 feet, affording ample room for damp. At^the pre tent time the average hourly number of car^load*, each containing 1500 pound*, is 3i^ to both^...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 May 1868

Ate. n*-.^ ii,, in00 -Te 25c^--25o^^...'JO^- 23^~ * 35o.40c -0^s^-3oe^30 e h 34^55c 200^1 75 f-2800^00 THEMONTANA POST. f A Newspaper, Devoted to the Mineral, Agricultural B^d Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. 0L.4, NO. 3 HELENA, MONTANA, FRIDAY, MAY 22. / % 6 If, WHOLENO. 193. fhcMontana Post. JAMESH. MILLS, - - EDITOR. -3oc50c 40c u 35 !*030o^65c 00^00 0900 FORPRESIDENT, GENERALU. S. GRANT, OFILLINOIS. .;Ujr.rTTO THE DECISION OF TICK NATIONAL^Kl 11 hi.han CONVENTION. ToCorrespondents. f!,(name of the writer must bt appended to e*ck^say far authentication of it* contents. Writ* on If^l one ride of the sheet. Be particular to teriu^^ ,ma of person* plainly. Write frequently ; tend^ret rhen fre*k; be brief and ronrise: and be cor-^,;-r r. preference to being sensational. Tkis will^i*Ue us to give all localities due attention and pre-^st the condensed new* of the Territory each week.^\rcid ^scoring^ individuals or ^underscoring''^uuf manuscript; eitker it seldom necessary or ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 May 1868

2 thb Montana POST. FRIDAY. MAY 22. TheMontana Post. FBIDAY MOKNINCi, MAY 22. Senator4^rim* ** l,ifV Consid^^ered in Danger. CongressionalProceeding*. SIekSenators^Are they l*ol-^Koned i Factsand Faneies Concerning^Impeachment. A Further Postponement of^the Vote Posslhle. FenianArrest in Canada. Foreign^lews. Conjecture* Concerning Im-^peaehment. StartlingRevelations. CongressionalProceedings. GreatFire at Fall River. Grant'sOpinions. ForeignNews. TheImpeachment. TheEleventh Article Fails. TheLetter to Henderson^the^Action Taken in the House. ofth^s4Hre*s to TCclhodlttQuadrennial^fcrencc. Con- Women'sRights Electing*, clc, AContinental Storm. House Adjourned Frit 11 3Iay^*25th. Personal Explanations and^Privileged Questions. TheCharges or Corruption. ExcitementSuhsidcd PeaceCommissioners^Treaty^Concluded. IndianXcws. MinnesotaRepublican^vention. Con- Washington,May 13.^Justice Carter to^^day refused to release Surratt on bail. Senate.The Chair submitted a communi^^cation from Gen. G...

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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 May 1868

tfBXWTO-PAY ESTABLISHED1847! \6BiseD.Carroll ^ Co., PRESERVERS,PIfkLERS, PACKERS, BUT-MORE. MARYLAND. THE MONTANA POST, FfflDAY, MAY 22 W.Y.Pemberton.E. W. TosVs Pcmbcrton^V Toole, ATTORNETS-A T LA W helena, - - - - montana territory. WIM,practice in all the Courts of the Territory^of Mont*lis 183-135 Jamc*11. Brown, aTTORNEY AT LAW, Deer Lodge ^^A T. W ill practice iu all the Court* of the Ter-^t ^ry. tny5 E.F. PHELPS,^Attorney at Law, Rannack, 51. X., WILLpractice in all the ooarts of the Territory,^and pay special attention to the collection of^claim*. 132 Griffith^ Thompson, iSiyiers, WiMgert ^ Co Dealers, Contractors, PIONEE AN P Manufacturers, rV)lithe accommodation of our Western Trade U ne have opened'a BRANCHHOUSE, DAVIDCOWAX, Attorneyand Counsellor at Law AndSolicitor in Chancery, Officeat Erforts ^ Bosch's old stand, JacksonStreetVirginia City .UW. FRART,^SURGICAL and MECHANICAL DENTI8T. TWOdoors east of the Poet office, Virginia City^M. T. Single and complete setts of te...

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