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

THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, MAY 22. TheMontana Post. r- Ben.R. EMttess PUBLISHERAND PBOPHIETOB, ~_V0_SO JVI^ii* Street.^HELENA. - - MOXTA^A. Woodward Objects to Pile^^ maklnit Faces ^ at II tin. TlieXe^ I^tra Quicksilver^It Inos RepublicanSenatorial Caucus ConvictonSure on two Arti^^cles. DamagingRumor* About^%% h .liii^ m on Rumors. Membersof Cabinet to Resign Prominent^icntlcmcn^aip*cc AnEntirely Different Kind of^a Cabinet to be Chosen. Iffore new Rumors; all old^ones contradicted. CongressionalProceedings. ProposedAmendment to the Constitution. GovernmentTelegraph. TheAlaska Purchase. Opinionsof English and FrenchPrc^^. TheProposed Xcw Cabinet. Stevens;;ives an opinion on kknoiuc of them.** Gen.Dent says Grant declines domination. Washington,May 15.^Additional House^^Howard desired to modify the resolution^so aa to make it a question of privilege. TheSpeaker said when their privileges were^assailed that body is competent to protect its^own members. The privilege did not belong^to t...

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 May 1868

\ THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, MAY 22 rf lTOBS OF 40th CONGRESS. ofth*^ extraordinary Interest WilliamPitt Feesenden, born at Boe-^cawan.N. H . Oct.. 1G, 1806; graduated . v ,.w a*, i.i^- rv..^...u.u.... ^'^:^^^ i at Bowdoin College; lawyer; member^m4nifesteii in everything pertain- j Maine Legislature in '32, '40, '45, '46, '53^r to the iinj^eachment trial, we con-^re elected in '59- waB appointed Secre^^tary of Treasury in 64; resigned in '65^and was re elected Senator to succeed^Farwell. Terra expires 1371. from the Congressional Directory ri^f biographic sketch of the Sena-^oi Fortieth Congress. C.VLIFOUNIA. vaCoamMS. bora in Ireland, Sept^iVr^l ; miner and merchant in ri* ^*u u^^, T\J, trj, t^o and'54; representative in 27th Congress;^elected to t*. S. Senate as Whig, in '54, wr*. \::- Cali- member of California Legisla^~\n 1^^;{-4 and l!*}0-61. Elected to |^; ^enatf as Ilep.successor to Milton S. I^ham, Democrat. Took his seat in |^g; tana expires 1869.^Vornelius Cole, horn at Lo...

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

/ THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, MAY 22. TheMontana Post Ben.R- I^ittes, PUBLISHEBAJTD PHOPBIETOB, 2To. SO Main Street.^HELENA,MONTANA. Termsof Subscription: Onecopy, one year^8 00 do. six month*5 00 do. three Booths.3 50 Ratesof Advertising I Bo*in em Card*. 5 lino* or less, 3 month*..9) 6 00 do. do. do. f, month*...10 00 do. do. do. 1 year15 00 Oamsquare, ten line* or lea*, 1 insertion, ..4 00 do. do. da. 2 do.6 00 do. do. do. 1 month,10 0O do. do. da 2 do. 13 00 do. do. 3 do. 15 00 do. do. 8 do. 25 00 do. do. 1 year,35 00 Twosquares, 1 insertion,6 00 do. 2 do. 8 00 do. 1 month12 00 do. 2 do. 18 00 do. 3 do. 24 00 do. ti do. 40 00 do. 1 year65 00 Oae-eighthcolumn, 1 insertion.8 00 do do. 2 do. 12 08 do. do. 1 month.18 00 do. do. S do. 25 00 do. do. 3 do. 30 00 do. do. C do. 50 00 do. do. 1 year70 00 One-sixthColumn, 1 insertion,10 00 do. do. 2 do. 15 00 do. do. 1 month.20 00 do. do. 3 do.30 00 q/\ do. 3 do.^38 00 do. do. 6 do.55 00 do- do. 1 year80 00 One-fourthcolumn, 1 insertion12 00 ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 May 1868

4 3bh THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, MAY 22. |eMontana Post Iociil Matters. FromFridays Daily. vEThanks.^Never has *uditft^.... . Tnrie*^:tiu( '^^r i 1that Inne,ska soale./ inall. / 1^eh tr*r/ ^un ling k ers^[CO. il lise, anevent woreuniversal satisfaction to any communi- .iinJ:^1 'he advent of ftday yesterday to !,p!e of Montana. Every man woman and^^ Teriitory was ready to welcome it as jtr*blessing that could be bestowed upon^J. j every face brightened as it made it^ appear-^, The mioer thought of full streams and^^ a mi of pleDty of water in bis sluice boxes^^ssaf in bis purse. The farmer had in mind^frwj. aad the influence which the rain would^, ,n producing him a bountiful harvest. The^tbspts. mechanics and business men of all dv^ik.'li*. ^I g'ii^l dust which would come^i to them as a srqoel to the i\ et blessing^^,^ :vtd, anda'l rej.iced and were glad. From^kt we can learn by means of the telegraph, it is^,al ,e that the storm was by do means confined^. particular locality, bat th...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 May 1868

THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, MAY 22. TheMontana Post. rI^AT MOMIflNO, MAT 22. OIK AGENTS. Ew. CARPENTER. Territory,: Solicitor.^W. t. Hamilton, Port Beaton.^Mk. a j. Smith, Bsnnsek.i^J. M. FISH. Stirling, Hot Sprin g District.^Bbixikger Jt Allrr, Silver Bow.^James Stuart, Deer Hodge.^Words.* * CO., Hell Gste.^W. p. pabwmm, Gallatin City.^T. NlCHOLSOJt, German Gulch.^Gfio. PlUT, Lincoln Golch.^Geo. Raich, Radersburg.^A. B. Hamilton. Sam River Crossing.^H. h. hathaawt, Highland District.^F. church, Summit City.^K. C. Johnson BlackfooC we8letW. Jones, Reynold*' City, Elk Creek.^J. 8. Williams. St. Louis, Mo.^L. P. Fuhkr. 8aa Fraaciaeo. CsL^Henry Rieeukn, Argesta. ii.ellis A Co., Leesburgh, Salmon River Mine*^w. Davenport, Confederate Galea.^C. B esse re r, Boulder Valley.^MONT^x^meey, Bear Gulch snd adjacent mines. h.C. wei bold, Butte City.^Georcr M. Brock. Baartowa, M. t.^Davb Wilson, Boscman City. .TIclcorolosiralRecord. patkI 9 a. m. 12m. 3f. m. May M.4S^5V^iM^|M,^M^f#6^f^4.*X^ oS^|^* ...

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

HEMONTANA POST. .v Neivspaper, Devoted to the ^Mineral, -V fyr-loviltm-al and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. VOL.4, XO. .{f. HELENA. MONTANA, FRIDAY, MAY 29. (% G 8, WHOLENO. 194 TheJlontana Post. JAMESH. MILLS, - - EDITOR. theCAMPAIGN OF l*^e. NationalUnion Republican Ticket. FORPRESIDENT, GENERALU. S. GRANT, OFILLINOIS. FORVICE-PRKSIDEXT, *CIII YI.ER COLFAX, THEPHESSt RE. Democracyraised a fierce outcry^at the pressure brought to bear upon^certain Senators like Henderson of Mis^^souri and Ross of Kansas to influence^their vote on impeachment^spirit.^ ^reprehensible conduct,'^ ^coi^^rupt combinations,^ ^infamous proce^^dure,^ was the current verbiage em^^ployed to express opinions of the Mis^souri House delegation that waited upon^Mr. Henderson to urge him in the name^of the people he represented not to be^unmindful of the high trust reposed in^him, and to prevent his sacrifice of the forOrant.^ Having perhaps read as^largely of the Hot of the Post since 1864^as has the...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 May 1868

THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, MAY 29. TheMontana Post Ben.I*- r^ittes, PUBLISHERAND PROPRIETOR, day^The No.SO Main Str*e*^t,^HELENA, - - MONTANA. Termsmt Subscription: Onecopy, on* yeart* 00 do. six months, -.5 00 d... Usee months,3 50 Ritesof Advertising: Card*, 5 lines or lees, 3 months,^do.do. do. 6 months, de.do. do. 1 year,.. Onesquare, ten lines or less, 1 insertion. do.do. do. do. do. 6 00 1000^15 00^4 00^6 00 THEENGINE SONS. Isthere sxiytbJDK extant, wherein it so admira^^bly ones-eyed, by mauantod n m linn the start,^transit and stoppage of a locomoti ve,a^ the follow^^ing^ We think not. It is only sceond to what^an Baglieh Review says is the greatest of the^Song of Steam.^With a clan^!^With a dank and a clang;.^With a clamor, and a dank, and a dans; !^With clatter and clamor, a clank and a^clang! Withveins full of fire, and the artery stream, i ^Wealthy, literary and pungent.^Roused to the pulse of a feverish dream ;Improved farms in Massac utisetts are Witha gray plume trailin...

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

THEMONTANA POST. FRIDAY, MAY 29 ^\oQuorum In CongreM. Ml^l*t'n* and Sa,,or* Conven^^tion* n^xi^-^ii i laini Heeling.^H0pubiican !\ational Convcn-^^.raisi Ciianlmioii* lion. Nominated. tpc'reliof Carl Seharz. tlii^ ^-^^ ^on\ention Proceod-^iiik*^^^ot^ . Iluwley, Pre-^oiriiiiff Officer. TerritorialDelejjatesAdmitted Gov.Brown'* Position. Vtlional I it ion Republican^Party- It* Platform^Con^^vention Adjourned. Hendersonand Rons^The^^Improper InAlienee*. Ko* Change* lii^ mind In the^Hatter. TheResolution** completed.^Loyaii** .\omlnation of Grant.^The Ballot for Vice President^oehii} ler Colfax the Nominee. Hendersondon't like to^Questioned. he VationalExecutive Committee PapalTroop** asked^America. from PenIan Raid Anticipated. II^ -anion of O. S. and \. aV^l*re*^hj tcrian*. Washington,May 19.^The Senate is not^tu session. No quorum. TheHouse adjourned without transacting^ray businese. It is probable no business will^tie done this week, so many members have^^;one home. Chicago,May 19.^...

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

THK MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, MAY 29. FHO.nSILVER STAR. PBNAND SriSSORN^Thf V^ ^ m. ironRod, Toland. Co- . Chase, Green Campbbil,^Butte,Victoria, and Tom Benton Lodes ^Min- a. train of 2.5 Chinamen passed through^ers and Capitalists^I'evelouing Companies i Walla Walla in the earlv part of Mar,^Wanted^The ''Old Fsrry ^ Bridge^^ Rag- | bound for Helena. auspeneionSsn Fran town^ Hawkins Decamped. EditobPost: If a few items from a^district near your old ^stamping ground^^are acceptable, they are at your service. Bates^ Trivit's mill is now crushing^rock from their claims on the Iron Hod^lode, with splendid results, as the big, I swamp. Theexpense of keeping the Territori^al prisoners of Idaho tl about $1,500 per^month. So says the Statesman.^with a four foot crevice of rich ore in I Denver merchants are getting their^the shaft on the west end of the lode a J prints done m chica^. ^oldrick^horse was encountered which nearly ^y, Colorado printer's ink made them^closed the crevice for a time; ...

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

Hi for, all.II- he. cL^'-j- atp^e. t.^% m THE MO Is' TANA P OS T. FRIDAY, MAY 29. andthreat! bare been made that they will de^^stroy the quarries. The authorities have^made extensive preparations to suppress any demonstrationsthat may occur. NewYork, May 25.^A heavv burglary was perpetratedon Saturday night, on the safe of^i.7.11 1. Betts A Co., No. 7 Old street Slip.^Bonds, drafts, etc. to the amount of $65,000^were stolen. No trace of the thieves. Latent.Cretan accounts say a battle^was fought April 4th on the plain of Uorac-^lion. Three thousand Cretans repulsed a^vastly superior number of Turks, who were^supported by a regular Circassian cavalry. Onthe 6th the Cretans achieved another^victory. Sixty thousand Cretan refugees are in Greecj,exposed to great misery. The Greek^government has spent $3,000,000 to save them^from starvation. Washington,May 24.^The managers of^the impeachment made another requisition^on the Western Union Telegraph office for^telegrams passing between cert...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 May 1868

6 THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, MAY 29. TheWontana Post ToCormpoudenU. tof the writer mrnst be^^| || ^ ^^*/^., sideaf the sheet, ofpersonsplainly. Wrile frrqmgmtiy ; mU^i rAr* freak; be brief and concise: and be cor-^m preference to being WMfiwi). Tkit will^. i if *J*^ locnlitie* dm* eft timerfemurs rumpacefnOy soUdtmd. FKOnBE^TO^. Arrivalof the Success and Deer Lodge^Freight^of the Deer Lodge^Success First Boat Down^^Camp Cook Attacked by Sioux. EditorPost : The Deer Lodge ar^^rived here at about 10 o'clock this morn^^ing with 63 cabin passengers and 40 on^deck. As near as I can decipher the^writing the following is a list of the^consignees : W A. Wineschenck. Mansfield ^ Co.,^Watson Bros.^, Ramack. Ferry A Co.,^Flak it Stewart, A. Hawkins, Hirshman^Bros., Smith ^ White, Stein ^ Sithall,^Dorsett ^ Gooding. Theboat will start to-night for Fort^Peck after the freight which she left^there coming up. TheSuccess arrived about two hoars^after the Deer Lodge and will leave for^the States to-mo...

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

THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, MAY 29. I.OCAL NEAVS. !EDS! .NAC forfifty fs/ r. I* FromFriday-* Daily,^po You ^Homi to Propose t fUGBTLYPABAPHRAZKD.^,fBUr dedicated to the sad Six Haadred. i_guni ^ mipbt have been.' iftbey bad not^^idar* w*. w^it npon 1 wou,d- ,. ... often, trrss all very well, T^ '^^TVery nD* man *n^* * Tery b'g ^well,^VJ,T' ft very jrood beart and a very loaf nose,^\ * V,h .;i your good frracei^you never propose. T^-. wieire^l by rich and by poor.^.,,^-S all day lone ^t ^*^^ ott knuckled door,^rcrn op their eyea and they turn oat their bat i^ ^^ that, if they do not propoaa i^that you ksea me, but lore all aloue mini -urb and look do^*~ ^ .ii -...w' fLrriedgirls isa thiag quite unkaown ;^.' ^i i.-a- .^..m-n and present me a rose. 51 al' stuff!^Do you mean to propose,^aats* hard-hearted as I may appear.^** ^ton and look ^h*epi*h^there* nothing iIj s^^r moare such geese !^Only Belzebub knows pro- youpropoaa ' |^ two seasons since I have been out, y'\pei and smile and you...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 May 1868

8 THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, MAY 29. TheMontana Post FillDAY nOKM^C, 71.11 29. OURAGE3TTS. w CARPENTER, Territorial Solicitor.^W. T. II *mii t^v. Fort Ronton.^Ma A. J. Sstmi. Bannack.^J. M. PUB, SMHmir Hot Spring District.^Uki.U^^.ER ^ AlXE*, Silver Bow.^Jamf^ STUART, Deer Ixxige.^woidm A Co., Hell Gate.^W. P. Parsons, Gallatin City.^T. Nli H^11.son German Gulch.^geo. Pf.RRV. Lincoln Gnlch.^(iEo. RaLTH. Radersburg.^\ B, Hamilton, Sub River Crossing,^if. H. IlATHAAWT. Highland District.^F. CHUECH, Summit City.^R. C. Johnson, Blackfnot. WesleyW. Jones, Reynolds' City, Elk Creek.^J. 8. H iluams. 8t Louis, Mo.^L. P. Fisher. San Francisco. Cal.^Henry Rieruen, Argents. II.ELLIS at Co., Lecsburgh, Salmon River Mines^W. Davrxport, Confederate Gulch. C.Besserer, Boulder Valley. montgomery,Bear Gulch and adjacent mines. II.C. WEIBOLD, Butte City. Geohcem. Brock. Beartown, M. t. DavisWILSON, Bozeman City. WeeklyAlmanac. M.iy,leoe M8nnday 'JoMonday ... 26Tuesday -STWednesday- 28Thursday .. 9Frid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 5 June 1868

11 .1.1 !M Tho Br ,twU -thre c.a^lli.ii.-^a:^Mh- tdui^rbi.'l ac n itb^^dre*^au^^9 4tl^t tel '1^ouiin lell^^wh u reek^l^f' Mi our^be tol Hdt.i KATKOU3HT THEMONTANA POST. TheMontana Post JAMESH. MILLS, - - EDITOR. THECAMPAIGN OF 1868- NationalUnion RepnWican^Tickel. FDRPRESIDENT, GENERALU. S. GRANT, OFILLINOIS. FORVICE-PRESIDENT, GHUYinCOLFAX, OfIn'liana. CONTEXTSOF TI1IS NUMBER.^^ale 1.^Another President Gone; The Differ-^. :.cf : From the Lower Regions ; The Turn of^rbe Whet-1; Grant Accepts ; The Metals of Mon^^tana ; How Opinions are ^Obtained;^ River^News ; Editorial Notes. vi. J^ From Washington: The 30th of May;^IV* try^Bed Time. From Benton; The Town^Site ; Montana Post Directory. .\ h 4.^ From Salmon Mines; Poetry^After the^r.urial : Record of 1867 | Pen and Scissors | Po^^litical Drift: Inklings; The Noble garages ;^Miscellaneoos. l'AGE5.^Telegrams : From Boulder,^i %,^Helena and Virg inia Locals. 1'age7^Inklings ; I'en and Scissors ; From Ben^^ton ; Telegrams. tA'.K i-.^Hel...

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

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, JUNE 5. TheMontana Post lien-It I^ittef PUBLIBHEBAND PHOPRIWOR, v,, ^ Mais*. Street. ^^helena, - - M(*tAa. Termsof Subscription : * Onecopy,^do.^do. on*year, isuiuntti*.... threemonth*.. ...S800 do. Ratesof Advertising:^Cur l*, 5 liaes or lees, 3 rnontbo d*. 4... 6^do. do. 1 year....^ten line* or less, 1 \ rwogquare* do.do.^do. do.Jo.^do. Oae-visrhthcolumn 1insertion. |do. 1month,.. Sdo. .. 3do. . - rido. 1year 1 do. d... do. do.d do.do.^.1...^do.^do.^do. 86 00^10 00^15 00 4s 600^10 00^13 00^15 00^25 00^35 00 ;oo^8 oo 1200^18 00^24 on^40 00^tio IN) ft00^12 00 nsertion 2do. 1month,J 8 00 2do*fi W J do. 30 00 6 do. 50 00 1year^0 00 One-sixthcolumn. 1 insertion10 00 do.do.^do.^do.^do.^do do.2 do. do.1 month, do.2 do. do.3 do. d...6 do. do.1 year 1500^20 00^30 00^36 00^55 00^ftO 00^12 00^18 00^34 00^3d 00^45 00 One-fourthcolumn. 1 insertion, do.do. 2 do. do.tlo. 1 month......... do.do. 'J do do.do. 3 do do.do. 6 do. 65 00 do. do. 1 year!W 00 One-halfcolumn, I i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 5 June 1868

IN. 6L Au. 1 al'er pi*^^i XV. St. Pol y' liart. Ivor ^^^ d~ aftc I aKit.^11 lie k^^. tilI MC III- THEMONTANA POST. FRIDAY, JUNE 5 PIONEER llA POST (,!ittiih it Thompson, ESTABLISHED 1847! Snyders, ^insert ^ Co., Dealers,| Contractors.yvms**^ (arro11 * f^ ,, ^PRESERVERS. PlfKLERS, Manufacturers. W*** V^^W IXALL kinds OF fAMBER. LATH, s/f/xi;r. /^^', i^ o ors,^SASH AND BLINDS, Andall kin 1s of .11TZ DUVG MA TERIAL, PACKERS, TANNERY, MillCreek,^MONTANA TERRITORY. BALTIMORE. MARYLAND* 11TK are now prepared to furnish a superio^W quality of the. following kind* of anued at the Tx)r tbe accommodation of our Western Trade^jl ff have opened a BRANCHHOUSE, PIONEERTA\I\EKV. ANDWARRANTED Equalin Tannaftt. Finish and Durability to the^very best quality of Easter tanned Leather. Dance. Stuart ^, Co., Wholesaleand Retail Dealers in Gno ^ #;#*^# ^:s , Winesand Liquors DeerLodge Oity; (Cottonwood) Montana ^AVKon band a large and well-assorted stock ofstaple and AT- \\ Qf AltTl MILLS. dwellings, and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 5 June 1868

TTTK MONTANA P OlTrT FRIDAY. JUNE FROXSAL.10^ 3IINBS. on.alsseing--Plantyof Snow--VaI-^iM^Still ntB4bngUm- H^w Mines Old (Fromthe Atlantic Monthly, for May-'^AFTKR THK HI It I A 1.. TJim KCSSETL LOtflLL. Y, Faith is a goodly anchor;^Wh*n akin are ^ weet aft a psalm. Atthe bows it lolls so stalwart^In the bluff-shoo Mered calm. SalmonConvale^uable Mil Discovered--TheValleys Settling up--^kats--Sweetwaterites Returning; ths^Story. EditorPost : Io looking over your ito leeward nearlyevery camp in Montana^fact item* ot news from Clieyenne, Salt j^Lake, Boise and nearly every camp^worthy of notice in this northern coun^^try, except the Lenhi, or Salmon liiver^Mine^*. As I think this place has been^neglected in that respect, I have taken |In the breaking gulfs of sorrow,^up the pen and ,nve you a plain state- j JXtSft^SS^^meat of tacts concerning our ruining and j Xo footing so solid as doubt. nanerI find you have correspondents in i And when, over breakers -=- andin : The tattarede-a^ ar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 5 June 1868

'o. IN, rireoui^its.^for^iton lion-- tor in.I^ler.^lo.l ll.lt: R into IO] ggfQMTKD FOR THE POST. janic*Uiichaiiun Dead. (^IiofU'l^lSec-retary of War. ,!^^!^ Reeclvciia Resolution^of Tliank*. (.rant**l^CttCT of Acceptance^I Endorse the Res^^olutions.' lr^^cecdins* on Admission^of Southern States. ,i^ ITJ i^eeomes a Murlj r and^Vinnic Ream a JIartj re**. 1-oils', i tut ional Amendment^I*roposed. \oiiiiiiutiii^ I^^ the President. IIm Result ufnDuol. gafriuW Crippling its Priva-^iHT Sjstem. secretarySeward Resigns,^Miotlier Fenian Raid Ex^^pected. iVzidietou'sComhinaliou^Tr^^upe. THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, JUNE 5. dersuperior orders. He concludes by ex- J vTashbarne-Donnelly affair, reported Wash-^pressing m wish to die in defense of Mexico | burns had withdrawn all cha^eTarainat Don^^nelly. againstforeign invasion London,May 30.^Parliament adjourned^until May 4th. Washington,March 30.^Business in the^Departments was generally suspended to-day.^Throughout the country the day was spent in...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 5 June 1868

The.Montana Post. TlieMontana Post HASA LARGER CIRCULA^^TION TJIAy ANY OTHER^SEWSJ'APEIi IN THE TER^^RITORY. LOCALNEWS. FromFriday'* Daily. TheOverland.^ The manner in Thich* portion of this line Is run. I rejrani ma a^heat upon the public, aad unl^m speedily reme^^died in supplying the necessary stock, will be^anathematized by every passenger compelled to^;^m over it. aa little lea* than down right robbery,^i call the attention of Mr- Pollineer to the con^^temptible cattle on the Benton Division : the ab-^-*^nce of grain at a number of the ataiiona to feed^t.is ^ltaek,^ and ta^ ir jitiabi- condition from over^^vork and nothing to eat. The travelling public^^ emand a remedy at once.It is rumoredhare that Capt. Wall, in view of the de^^plorable manner in ^Inch this division of the Oxer-^is conducted, is about to establish an oppoei-^I on line, to be made up from his bull trains, and^to ply reajalarly between Helena and Bentoa. 1^advise the people of the up country who are in a^tarry ...

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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 5 June 1868

WMm tB. el. NA A. ad B! IRKUMM. Drawingpaper^dentists' bills.^^,.^^ York ha* SMlfMf Irish.^Pennsylvania has 20,000 Masons.^Broker:^ shave easier than barbers. MrsLauder is forty-one and has boon^^ the st:i^f thirty years. Hrwnin^ is said to be writing j;..hiu twice as long as the Iliad.^Paris lias twenty-two daily political ajwrs- ffcan^rW French press law abolishes .'.nkiiis- cityof Philadelphia there are ;-,i^4 I.ui!^lings.^TiL- Chicago ^vin^nr^( bankruptcy.^\ m MHM tor a tight boot^a corn-. TilJ: M () 2s T ANA P O ST. FRID AY, J U N E 5. Thediamond-pointed rubber pen is^one of the latest inventions. The pen^is as elastic as a quill, and as durable as^a gold pen. The point of the pen is of^gold, while the rest is of rubber. There^is no chance for it to corrode under the^presence of ink. Aclergyn.an while sitting in the gal^^lery of the Connecticut legislatnre.when^that body was putting through divorce^cases, wrote the lollowing impromptu: 'For cut-ting tonnect-\na% tamed^Onnect-\ ...

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