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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 26 June 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, JUNE 26. TheMontana Post. ISen. K- r^itt PUBLISHERAND PKOPBIETOR. Vo90 Main Street.^mXl ;^ V. - - MOyT.VTVA. JitPORTED FOR THE POST^ParlixiuienUiry I'rocctMllns^'.^CJovcrnmcni of *L^til*lana. Tli^ MMtaM S^iiia^!roii rc- vicw. TwoL*tkc llT'iv \es*vl* Mink.^Koutli AnicriCBU A^lvf^*c^. Tlit*C^ueeMN Anniversary: a^royal tiim*. CreteKxi^re**e* Gratitude. Sailiui;ofanIncli-tiaiU* number^of ^Counts of Jlonte^C'hrifcio. Cclt-liulVisitation*. IndianAdvice* via St. Loui*. Surrattadmitted to Bail. Win.Ji. Evart* nominated Tor^Attorney General. 1'uiiiitftlie wwk for tlie Ftind- PoliticalDi*aoilitie^ Removed^Grand Xaval review at 0^*tcm ArkansasAdmitted.^Itlutiiiy on an American Ye*^el AnEnsrlioli Hass Iff cctiiiff^Paeked. Citizen-*Right* Bill Reported Demoeruey hill ba) one!^Convention. Fillibusler*Arrested. U.F. T. again in Trouble. Portland,Me., June 20.^A boat contain^^ing fight men was upset at tbe mouth of^Saco river yesterday and five men drowned. NewYork, June 2...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 26 June 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, JUNE 2G. Gulch |over *v,... OFFICIAL. \Lw\sof the ixited STATES. passedby tue [PrBi.irNo. 18. ervlvACT in relation to the promulgation of i r il i km of the United States. ,days next preceding such election, upon^I presentation of hie certificate of regis^^tration, bis affidavit, or other satisiacto-^, ry evidence, under such regulations as^the district commaaders may prescribe.^Sec. 2. And be it further enacted,^I That tbe constitutional convention of^' any of the States mentioned in the acts forother purposes.^ approved July sec- Many English lawyers report an in- j Second District. Lewis mod Clarke and Jeff anon^ond, eighteen hundred and sixty- come of from $75,000 to $100,000 a year. OOUDJt,^-..,^*paty Surveyor, Qeo b Foote; Reg-i. twoa r\A nrniidaH f^^^l,^_ tuiter, O B O Ban Don; office*. Helen*. two.And provided further, That ^ Twenty-four tons of ice are man ufac-i Third District. Deer Lodff. and Missoula ooun-^no part of the moneys appropriated by t...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 26 June 1868

6 THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, JUNE 26. Tilt'HoiltSIIM POSt. thougha political appointment,^it will fail to meet the approval^even of Democrats. It has been shrieked^in our ears that after the succession of^I a Democratic administration, our Re-^1 publican officials would be cast out root^We know that would be^Until JMES H. MILLS, - - EDITOR AYHO OPPOSE ADMISSION. Itis stated by those assuming to be | an^j branch^conversant with the deliberations of the j the re8ult and abide Ae ^^Cabinet that a majority of the members |then except for misdemeanor in office haverecommended that the President^do not veto the Southern States re-ad^^mission bill, but permit it to become a^law by default. This course would be^the very trickery ot cowardice. If^there are good objections to its becom^^ing a law the President is morally and^legally bound to return the bill with^his objections ; if not it is his duty to^approve it. Inasmuch, however, as he^has quite frequently practiced this eva^sion, probably...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 26 June 1868

iti of Iti. ;t r111:moyrana post. Friday, june 26. ce. Stuart^, Co., I ESTABLISHED 1847! aaiK^^*ail Dealers in HO CEItlES, ityjjies and Liquors ireCity.1 Cottonwood ) Montana bscda large and well-assorted stock nd ncyGroceries irin par: n Hams, Lard,Coffee, ocolate, McGregorWhisky, u1vWine,^Bum, PortWine. ShawhanWhiskv Gin \umsen,Carroll ^ to., PRESERVERS,PICKLERS, PACKERS, BALTIMORE. MARYLAND. Tfhave opened a BRANCHHOUSE, AT 9fFixtures, rare, Queensware Saddles FineBrandy ! Tobacca Pipes, ridle^i Whips, Spurs liforniaMining Tools BOOTS,SHOES,^and RUBBERBOOTS, ITHING, HATS. A.ND OAP^r harnessand Leather. !1soon be in receipt ot a consignment of ITERROOT FLOUR, lla RiverSt.. Chicago, And^ball at all time* keep on hand a^LARGE STOCK OF GMIISB GOOBS. OFTHE BEST QUALITY! Towhich we respectfully invite the attention^ot Purchasers- SOLEAGENTS FOR BORDEN'SCONDENSED MILK, MonumentalBrand FI R 8T nationalbank OF DesignatedDepository ForDisbursing Officers ! AND FINANCIALAGENTS OFTHE UNITEDST...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 26 June 1868

! THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, JUNE 2fc TheMontana Post. FRIDAYMOBMISO, Jl\E ^ OIKAGENT'S. E.W. CARrBNTKR, Territorial Solicitor.^W. T. Hamilton, Port Ben too.^Ml A. j. Smith, Bennack.'^J. M. Fish, Sterling, Hot Spring District.^Bellinger St Allen. Silver Bow.^James Stuart, Deer Lodge.^Wobden* Co., Hell Gate.^W. P. Parsons. Oallatia CKy.^T. Nicholson. German Gulch.^GSo. PERBT, Lincoln Gnlch.^Geo. Rauch , Radersbnrg.^A. B. Hamilton, San River Crossing.^H. H. Hathaawt. Highland DUtriot.^P. (IlIKCH. .Summit City. R.C. JohxsoB, BlackfooC WesletW. Jones, Reynold*' City, Etk Creek. J.8. Williams, St. Louis, Mo. L.P. Fisher. Ban Francisco. Cal. HenryRieri'EX. Anrenta. H.Ems A. Co., Leeabargb, Salmon River Mines W.Davenport, Confederate Gulch. C.BEMBRES, Boulder Valley. Montgomery,Bear Gulch aad adjacent mines. H.C. We isold, Butte City. GeorgeM. Brock. Beartowa, m. T. DavisWilson, Boxeman City. THECITY. FromTuesday's Daily. FromJefferson Gulch.^Our friend R.R. Gates. Esq.. the one of infantile...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 3 July 1868

I^ '9i 9 API THEMONTANA POST. v ^^'^xpa])er, Devoted to the Mineral, Agricultural and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. VOL.4. NO. 48** 9, HELENA, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JULY 3. C f. WHOLENO. 199 TheMontana Post jJmAII. MII-I-S*. - EDITOR. bithanan. lendin s^ curing connections, the most f ty to trade and their mischief making | replenished, and the work goes rapidly VIIKCAMI'AUi.N OF ie68- NationalOnion Republican Ticket. formUMIT, GENERALU. 5. GRANT, OFILLINOIS. forVICE-PRF.SIDEX^. . WHVfUnt'OLFAX, OfIndiana. tnloi: Ban of Deer Lodsc Couuiy. V^ MM hereby requested to bold primary direct,while St. Louis was apathetic^and careless, and, that, if she exhibits^her usual tenacity and energy, she wil!^ever hereafter retain the lion's share of^the advantages accruing from their pos^^session. twokinds of economy. -twinter, disastrous M it was to our min^^ing nii'l other interest.', and the recentcc-^_ta_ ^^f our County Couimh-fioner^, imposing^upou our people burdens ot taxation too^l^...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 3 July 1868

THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY.TULY 3. Mil REPORTED FOR THE POST. 'Richmond, Jane 20^Sent or Mimi.cr bas^written a letter to a citizen of Norfolk, de- 'clarias; n* know.- no giriiidon which colored^men could b^ exclude^ from seats in Congress^if elected, saying he should welsstme the elec^^tion of competent representatives of the col^^ored race, to either Houses of Congress, as the Athousand feet of telegraph wire were^melted and destroyed by lightning the other^[ day near Chenoa, 111. (Jen.Stone, of Ball's Bluff notoriety, is in^charge of an extensive colliery near Rich-^! wood, Va^Sw. drights. ^ ajS^^fgT ^^rSL^S*. Untilthis step is taken, our ,ucceL is incoia- York ^l the rat* of ^our bundrfd thousand a j.lete. Xominalion*lor t'ongrt^v SenatorHenderson Married. Arkantu*Repr^**cailnlivc^^oAt orn in. ThePope and Austria: Rifti-^ali*m and L,il^eralism. 4( It hralion ofthe^tion. Re Cor nisi- Culm Ctattlaa into Trouble. AHew I^olilie^il C'oniniiialion^Jmimu formed. TheReduetiou or the^lar Ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 3 July 1868

r.b, war;, CV|;, u. Bar. 'Very rn.. 'yal.^kf,....^J.:^l^.-..r 1-. every '**^e*^I'i .,. iller-I a, | III ,CT I my. i|.l,^a^^l ara ki*t. eaa ... a alth aMa lami Mlt.. |ir..i **re.^sub^|UaT^l^mail.^I rests,^phia. ,tte, r*ol nth. A^. .C bi.'I rloia^ a*^each )St. THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, JULY X flicionlaiia Post. Timml S.it.scnption : year im-nthv .^^ MIIMltll* *hIK)^-, (hi 1VI Hatesof Advertising: ^ rI i,i..ntl^^. '!^.^^ .....tj^ i.- . 1. *V*. I year.... .^ nr leas 1 insertion. I^t^fit.^-^ .1... r, no MlU)^Oil^! I^l^(, Kl Mini iinsertion. I...r, a., . l^^.I year. . . . ..'I insertion .!...do. Iti.t month, . .!.. a. .!. :: a iaa**. ... .1... I vmmt, .^^Iiiinn I insertion. I...^^I'.,^do.^^lo. I... I...^.Imnti, .1...^ to.^^I... .lo I mo-.Mi lo.^I .lo.^^ . rlo. ! % e;|l iliiteri,., lo. Iiiio:iMi,^^-.' ^lo. n lo. lo. I. .to. do. I year.. Inion.^^,' .1... In onth,... do. ...^3 -I i r, mi * on .i j oo in mi ^^^ no H 'xi li.^. 00 m no l j no l- n M no M no Mi on lo no HI i:. no '51 OO vi nil ....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 3 July 1868

I THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, JULY .3. Chicago,June 28.^The Tribune New York ] and naturalisation treaty with. Bavaria, The specialsayi the fact is just discovered that ! Senate confirmed the nomination of Admiral^Seymour is really a candidate for the Demo- j Dablgren to the chief of ordinance^: also^critic ^I^It^. The 43 rule is sure to be ' commander Deligen Crosby to be Captain of^adopted, and neither Seymour nor Pendleton ordinance. REPORTED FOR THE PQs'j:^^ nti*rc^^tfnfs ^lexlcan Xcw^. Sil!for tlic VdiKiHMjou of k al-^orado. !rIc3ItilioH a- Irlinijiter Jo I*ar-^mcuu) . Ailcmpl5o Destroy a Train, LMdrftna S^eyi^Iative Pro^^ceeding^ADead Lock. canget two-third, Chase's chances are lm- i^improving. The pressure from Washington^in his favor is immense. He may get two-^thirds on the first ballot, if not Hendricks^will get the nomination. The real fight is .^now between Chase and Hendricks. Tne Cal- ,^ifornia and Oregon delegates have opened j^headquarters at the Worth House, and nre [...

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

THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, JULY 1. the I r n4 | 5'ut II at...^two try. M nin^^n;d inavbut |to^ur^ ^^too H theUm tlM oiu- war Ka^le:]^.. hredtout n.a^tin ba^ric]^:bel^\ . ir- 11m||n )ro-^th- I .:,:^tlio^: ion^duo sen- nor^ien- that I^-^Ih .^:^un- OFTHE UNITED STATES. IKDV.Y TIIK [OFFICIAL.]! PoHJO^No. 27 ]^\Cl to e^tabli.-h certain post roads. ' ^'''^/ ' Senate and Hon* \^'atir^* of the United State*' Ontgremmm*mUi,T%*\^^ -rstablished as post Af.AF.AMA. .Rfl bpCtQm to Fayette. BasbaBs'sGa;^. via Jonen Chapel^^-. : ^ Arkadt-I phia.^nrt'llfWHii. via Hide,^iW, YValdrop, Jor- FrovaDongo i a to Thebea. FromRoaring Springs, via Linton to Murry. FromRock Island to Galeabarg. rrniParis to Oakland.^From Golconda to Metropolis.^-Jroni Hamburg to St. Lou;-, in Miss KJvton. lALTKOPXTA. ...y v\ ntiv. in Trinity Coun^rsville, IVtersburg, Ce- .. . . :.nd Black Hear, to I Blair's MHlaTto WeeTUbertj^ir.ln Klamath county, kvnsas^from Oroviile, via La Porte and Oib- romPontiar to Chats worth.^From Clint...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 3 July 1868

r 6 THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, JUL Y 3. THEHI Moi H V in MIDDLE. . ^ associated with one of the old Pennsyl IllC HODltl Oil r OSL Itrih-^ *nd ^{ 5t^ loveliest ral- I The N(jw York ^w ny, the com _I: made * 1 '^I'1 WOrd bjr CamPr I ing Democratic Convention must aban lJen. IV. JJltteSj bells gifted pen and signifying that in PUBLISHERAND PROPRIETOR,' which the new Territory abounds jtfo.SO Alain Street.: Broad Plains^and it was adopted. Mr. IjEU .v. - - MO^'TA^ A. Cameron expressed the obligations of Pennsylvania lor the compliment, and hissatisfaction at the retention of the originalname, and the Senate proceeded withother portions of the bill. WHYI jiery.- -Why is it that the Post hat re^^fused to publish the congratulatory notice of^the Domination of Col. Stafford as U. S. As^^sociate Judge in place of Judge Munson. We^understand such an one was prepared by the^local who furnishes the Post with Virginia^items.^Democrat. Imprimis.We do not recognize the^assumed authority of the Demo...

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

THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, JULY 3. CING^ Gillette.! National Hotel! Griffith i Thompson, ESTABLISHED 18471 'Qth Land pre rttor[ ritor-^*t ii: flloii 11850town^A Hot un-Th^^,00o thefar t^, M iponand^^un-^^lis!:^mn^ha*^tal^ka^lions^and lera! | Iftinand fate, fportand^fnso- UK Lt-V*. One-eighthof a mile south of Sun River cross^^ing, ami four mile* east of FORTSHAW, M. T. A.BULL ^ CO., Proprietors. ei- | the HI^I in - dp.i'm *^^|er ler |'^j last po-the |don, ort-^and Mr.the fol-Jtftin^Lit-^its^Ink.,^lelia^re-^bad itat itsshe 10thEarn. IBen^Is- the reler10th lunkre a I boo. de-irhe^[tail )U- ich^rt.^per^in^^off itin ik^A^led forric,^led.^ich Sanion^ik J.Hew^Tare^ol^if- vnoiB^le I)j:ali;h ironTic.-*, Dry(^o^m1^, C'lotliiiig, ;,MM ami Slioes,^Hardware, Parming Liquorsat:il (i;rar^i. ...i .. on merchandise, aud (rood* stored^in a fire-proof warehouse.^I-ion ^ GILLETT. TomC. Power, OKTBEVTOX, JIOXTWA, Storage^ Commission MERCHANT, Wholesaledealer ia iroceries.Liquors! andgeneral MTHTTI\^ GOO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 3 July 1868

THEMONTANA POSfTFRIDAY, JUL Y 3. TheMontana Post. FRIDAYMORXI\C, JILY 3 OIR AGENTS. E.W CARPKNTER. Territorial Solicitor.^W. T. IlAMTLTOJC, Fort Bnton.^Mr. a. j. smith, Bannack.-^J. If. FI8H, Sterling. Hot Spring District.^Bei ltngeb eft a i.i.kn. Silrer Bow.^James ^ti akt, De^r Lodge.^WouiKK * Co., Hell Gate.^W. P. PaBSOXS. Gallatin City.^t. nCMUK German Gulch.^GBO. Pf.RRV. Lincoln Galch.^Geo. RaL'CH , Redersbarg.^A. D. Hamilton. San River Crossing.^H. H. Hatuaawt. Highland District.^F. CHl ItCH, Summit City.^R. C. JOHNBo*, Blackfnot. WesleyW. Jones. Reynolds' City, Elk Creek.^J. S. Williams, St. Louis, Mo.^L. P. Fisher. San Francisco. Cal. HEXBYKlERI^EN, Armenia. H.ellis ^ Co., Leesburgh, Salmon River Mines^W. Davenport, Confederate Gulch.^C. Besseres, Boulder Valley.^Montgomery, Bear Gulch and adjacent mines. II.C. Weibold, Butte City.^OEOUi.E M. BROCK. Beartbwu, M. T.^I'wis Wilson, Bozeman City. THEjOITY . From Tuesday's Daily. RiverNews. RiverRui^in;r--Arrival or - Vi^^ola Bell...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 10 July 1868

t th| an THEMONTANA POST. v ^ ^k \vspaj^er, Devoted to tlie \Ii VOL*4, NO. 4$ ineral, -Vsr*'ieiTltiaT*al and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory- HELENA. MONTANA, FRIDAY, JULY 10. / WHOLENO. 200 TheMontana Post. THKOVERLAND MAILS. ' ago, filled with valuable publications, ] table journal would wilfully make. The^The BB1 to iimend section 4 of the ^- t,lis procef,8^ and never forwarded- Branch Road to Montana is only intend- PKE-E.HPTIONOF LODRN,but as the customs o^ miners scattered through Iv~. ^ MILLS, EDITOR. Actof the law of March Mtn IQti which I ^ lil^ ^cmVmM9 i^ also delivering the mails i ed to run from Soda Springs or vicinity j instructions Itis well known that under the earlier^of Commissioner Wilson. THECAMPAIGN of l^ig- NationalUiiioii Republican Ticket. FORPRESIDENT, GENERALU. S. GRANT, OPILLINOIS. FORVICE-PRESIDENT. SCIHVLER COLFAX, OfIndiana. imposesletter postage rates on all tran^^sient printed mail matter conveyed be^^tween the western boundary of Kansas^aud...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 10 July 1868

2 THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, JULY 10. TheMontana Post No.BO Main Mmi^HELENA. - - Mi Terms^t Subscription : Oocopv. oo^ do. - t moatks, do. thT9^ wmamthM, .5 00^. 3 50 Rati Card*.51' ofAdvertising: ueaor lea*, 3 month.* do.da^Oo* square. do. do.do.^do.^do. do. 71wo squares, do. do.do.^do.^do.^do. do. do. 6 montlu^do. do. 1 year..^ten lines or lass, 1 insertion 6 00 1000^15 00^4 00 do. do.do.^do.^do.^do. do.do.^do.^do. do. 1insertion,.. 2do.^1 I 1-^3 6do.^1 year p no : month,12 00 I do. 18 00 :t do. 24 00 I (i do40 00 | 1year65 00 I Oaeeighth column, 1 insertion.800 do. do. 2 do. 12 OS | 1month18 00 I do25 00 | 3 do. 30 00 , do.do.^do.^do.^do. do.do.^do.^do.^do. [Four cars are employed, two on either^track, each carrying, it is estimated,^i three-quarter* ot a ton. A oar-load of^dirt is washed every minut-j and a half,^or two hundred loads each run of five^. hoars. The claim is worked night and^day. Thus we see that our little steam^giant, consuming less than six cords of^wood a week, ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 10 July 1868

THEMONTANA POST. FRIDAY, JULY 10. 3 Dance. Stuart ^ Co., Wholesaleand Retail Dealers in aHO CM MM JLW, Winesand Liquors IteerLodge City, t Cottonwood I Montana I FIRST NATIONALBANK ESTABLISHED1847! OP AVEm band a large and well-assorted stock II FancyGroceries ! Consistingiu part o FlourBacon Hams,Lard, Coffee,Sugar^Tea Chocolate McGregorWhisky, PortWine. Sha whan Whisk v le*ignate^l Depository ForDisbursing Officers ! AMI PINA-WeiALAGENTS OFTHE UNITEDSTATES. \uniseu.Carroll ^ Co., PRESERVERS.PlfKLERS, PACKERS, BALTIMORE. MARYLAND. modationof our Western Trade^d a Paidin Capital, - - -^100,000 ! ponthe.^.^^,^. . . . J^'A tf bare open* AuthorisedCapital, $500,000 BRANCHHOUSE, ieery Wine,^Sum, Gin FineBrandy Tobacco. BarFixtures, andPipes, Hardware, Qneensware. Saddles bridles, Whip*, Spurs CaliforniaMining Tools BOOTS,SHOES, and RUBBERBOOTS,^CLOTHING, 1TA.T3. A.ND 'JAP Harnessand Leather. BAUm,S. M HALL. Iresident. Vice-Prexid^-nt.^J NO. S. llCHM) Cashier. First\ational Bank AssayOff...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 10 July 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, JULY 10. .loiTStaiidiferinTrouble.^C ivil Rule in North Carolina^fUtw York Convention ^ 50] - YorkConvention^inour Cluiiruian. TheI^laf form ajjrced to by the^Committee. Tmilimhil 5cle;jale* do^vo'e. r-ot Chu:c !^:;^^ 8ii* liev. ard. 7!alisoi^: B^cmoersitfedomina^^tion!*. NMtte|Festival.^Soldier*^ and Sailor*' AMnm.^Grn. ThomasE\vin;r, Jr.^Sore. The Presentationdate-*. offCandi- \ortliCar^#^iiia Balilt*. PursuitofSiveet water Indians L.ei-*fative Wmmlm* Called lor^in Tennessee. '^i Murphy motrtd tha previous question, on Bureauand all political instrumentalities dp- ! committee with its addresses. On motion a , tbe ^option of the platform, which carried,^j-ignedto secure negro supremacy ; a atmpli- 1 committee of 5 were appointed to wait upon . Ij^ pUtform was adopted amid the wildest ficationof th^ revenue system, and a discon-! the convention of soldiers' and sailors' and (bearing tinuanceof the inquisitorial modes of asses- [ inrite thetn upon the floor....

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 10 July 1868

otre t Ilea perxis^^:i My ted^re :h^St it H u^ai %t f11E MONT AN A P OS T. F RID A Y, JULY 10. [OFFICIAL.|^*J| ACT to establish certain post roads. . by tin Semite and House^j | imiMmi the United State*^in Congress assembled. That^^j,,. following be established as post xoitTUcatjomxa.^ftaai Newport, via Sanders* Store and^p ttif id, to IVIetier's Mills. Newport tt^ Pettitoru'.s Creek. OHIO. fttmlolsekl t^^ New Plymouth. : W^-r I nion, via Cedar Run and !] S; ring's, to Locust Grove. vkiimont.Stuttgardt. Swatow. Saint Helena, FromEast Barnard to South Royal- I Tampico, Tangier. Toronto, Trieste. Trin-^^u.idad de Cuba, Tripoli, Tunis, Turk's FromWest Danville to Hardwiek. i Island, Valparaiso, Vera Cruz. Vienna,^From North Ferrisburgh to Monkton. Windsor. Zurich. washixotoxTEKIHTOUY. FromDalles, via Slmcone to Sharps.^west vikgixia. FromBulitown. via mouth of Oil^Creek, to Olenville. FromWest Milford. via Kinchelon^Crook, to Cold Water. FromWesttn. via Bea!l's Mills and^Batten's Mills...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 10 July 1868

6 THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, JULY 10. TheMontana Post FBIDAY MORNING, JULY 10. THECITY. FromFriday'* Daily. FromDiamond.^We noticed in town j yesterday.Major L.. W. Davenport, agent of the^Post, and the man of all others % horn it is impos- ;^sible to do without at Diamond City. Everything^is reported highly prosperous at this j ustly oelebra^ted camp. King 6c Octette's bed-rock flume,being^provided with an abundance of water, is progiess- j^ing finely. At tbe present time it is pushing its^way up tbe gulch through a bank of earth thirty^feet high at the rate of fifty feet per^day. Boulder bar and gulch are yielding {^good, although not extraordinary results. It is ex* j^pec ted that work will be resumed in the main Cod-^federate gulch in a month or six weeks, as tbe wa-^ter will, probably, by that time, be sufficiently low ^^to permit of the renewal of operations. From 1^Capt. Ilillia' claims on Last Chance bar immense^quantities ot dirt are being washed an ay by means^of hydraulic*...

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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 10 July 1868

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