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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 10 July 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, Ji; LY 10, TheMontana Post. FRIDAY nOR^HC, MWWtW lO. OIK AGENTS. E.VT CAfcPtJOr**. Tarritorial Solicitor.^W. T HAJgnvro*, Fort Benton.^Ml a. j. Smith. Bannae* J.j|. KisH, Sterling. Hot spring District. BE11-rxcEB ^ ALLtW, fltlyer Bow. JamesStuabt, Deer Lodge. WoRte*a Co., Hell Gate. W.P. Parson* Gallatin City. T.NicUOLCON, German Oulen. OK. PaHHY, Lincoln Gulch. Geo.Racch . Radersbarg. _.b. hamilton, San Hirer Crowing. ii.h. hathaawt. Highland District. K.CHI kch, Maav.rrii Cty._ _p _ 1 *j K.C. JoBS-mJL Blaekfeot. WsmktW. Jones, Reynolus City. Elk Creek. p.WUxiams, St. Loots, Mo.^L. P. Fisher. San Franciaco. Cal.^HENRY KlERDEN, Argents.^!I. Etxis It Co., Leesbnrgh, Salmon River Mines^W. Davenport, Confederate Gulch.^C. BEStfERER, Boalder Valley.^Montcomert, Bear Oulehand adjacent mines.^JI. C. WEIHOU), Butte City.^George M. Brock. Beartown. M. T.^Davis Wilson, Bozemaa City. THECITY. IndianPow^wow at Bkktow.^Un^^der date of Uha 4th insC, oar Baa too Correspo...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 17 July 1868

rsand Dg8 ten nJeCtO(i| yit,^^ I eis f^qual- gruwjstaph THEMONTANA POST. 'ton A -\ew^paper, Devoted to the Mineral, Agricultural and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. VOlt4- NO. 4_T HELENA. MONTANA, FRIDAY, J ULY 17. / f 6 8, WHOLENO. 201 TheMontana Post. enera]^on I^jcorrect! cor-ifr^ctivt|^^ng th.^i^ not |^show-^lioni^ v I dth^^*\ the^m mohj tothr^| balli'acked I^^^^ th^with manI and he lastthc^tide^Hau-^in a^will ok^ of^lost^It is^fton^rher itral the .v_. j i. mills, THECAMPAIGN OP it**^- NationalUnion Republican Ticket. FORPRESIDENT, (iENERALu. s. grant, OKILLINOIS FORVICE -PRESIDENT. wcmnmMmomltai, OfItalian*. THE1.isi. vi i it i: Inview of the approaching election,^EDITOR. I and }^ advocating the election of compe^^tent Repuhlicans to the Legislature, we^propose to show tin- necessity for im^^provement in the legislation of Mons^tana; that the unanimously Democratic^House and Council of last winter were^incompetent, or intentionally false to Un^^people, and that they ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 17 July 1868

2 THEMONTANA POSTTFRIDAY, JULY 17. TheMontana Post. ;No. 80 Main Street.^helena. - - montana. Termsof Subscription: Onecopy, one Tr*T-- te. ^^* months.. do. three month*.-- ...01oo ...5 00^... 3 00 Kitesof Advertising: Card*.5 line* or leu, 3 month*.. do.do.^0^e square, do.do. do.do. do. do. 6 months,. do. do. 1 year tenline* or lea*, 1 insertion, .. do.do.^do. do.do.^do. do.do.^do.^do.^do.^do. ado. 8^ 00^10 00^15 00^4 00^6 00 1month,10 00 2do. 3do.^6 do.^1 year,. 1300 1500 or 00 3500 600^8 00^12 00^18 00 7*wosquare*. 1 insertion.. do.5 do. . do.1 month, do.2 do. ... do.3 do. 24 00 do.6 do. 40 00 do.1 year, Omeighth column, 1 insertion..^dado. 8 do. 6500^8 00^U 00 do.do.^do.^do.^do. 1month,18 00 do. do.2 do. do.3 do de.G do. do.1 year, One-sixthcolumn, 1 insertion10 00 do.do. I do15 00 do.do. 1 month,^ ^0 do. do.*i do. ... do. do.3 do. ... 2500^30 00^50 00^70 00 3000^36 00 do. C do.55 00 do- do. lyearg *0 One-fourthcolumn, 1 insertion, 22 do.do. do.do.^do.^do. do. do.do.^do.^do.^do....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 17 July 1868

THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, JULY 17. 3 TetiJil Notices. InKankruptey.^la Bankruptcy. I. s. Li IN^ OFFICE. HniH,M. T., July 3, 186^,^Public are hereby uotified that CHARLES^\\ .vr'.ARS. is no uiaur.fr authorized to act^: us, '^ ^ :n do way c^-nnecvd^Sk ti^i* eSnaa.O. B O'BAN'NON, Register.GEO. McLEA N^,^iMMI Receiver. B.V3iKRlPTC^ NOICB . CaseX. .. J.^Iu the ivipreme Court of ^^the Territory of Montana. )^In the Matter of Benjamin f^Levy. Bankrupt. J^^ rkom it may concern: TheumJewijrneil hereby gives notice of hU ap-^-giataveut as Assignee ^^t Benjamin Leyy, of^Wjlmi :^ county ^^f Lo-rris and Clarke, and^Bulimy0' Montana, who has Ix-en adjudged a^Haakrupt upon his own Petition, by the Supreme^Court of ^aid Territory.^Helena M. T., May 15th. A. I^. 186S. WILLIAM1$. JUDD, Assignee,etc. TheUnited State*. )^Territory of Montaua. 5^I hereby designate the ^ Weekly Montana PoeT^^as the news!^aper iti which the above notice shall^be published by the said William ii. Judd. As^^ne* of the estat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 17 July 1868

THEMONTANA POST. FRIDAY. JULY 17. nm. REPORTED FOR THE POST. Reductionof the Army. TheNaturalization Treaty. President**Proclamation. A.E. May hew Confirmed fer^U. S. I^l^triet Attorney. Saint*Seeking Zion. AmericanVsMMl Deslroyed. AThird Part} HtfWMBt TheVirginia TCnin Trunk and^C'nrpc^-Bag Branch. Win.P. White Appointed to^IMMei Rcverdy Johnson. Diseu^ing the Funding Bill. Freedmen'sBureau I^i*con-^tinucd. TheEffcctofArmy Reduction. MontanaJudseit Appointed Timeof Adjournment. Theliemocratic Platform **i^^^What th^ Confederacy^Fought for.** NewOrleans, July 14.^Governor^Warmouth notified (Jen. Buchanan of^his inauguration, whereupon the latter^issued an order notifying: all military^officers that civil law was now supreme portionof ForrLeaven^ iD Lo^J*^^nn. ai^^l instructing the civil^officers under military appointment to^turn over their offices t TheQueen Approve the^form Bill. Re- RomeroGoe^i Horn^. Evart*to !j Confirmed. LouisianaI'uder Civil Rule. TheAlaska Appropriation^Made...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 17 July 1868

.Its an.. vie* ia al rll-lv ptl\^am K. t ill J.IIO!** ^KOW^li\S REPORT. AmericanMining Journal, Summary.) ;r..^^KAriMCVL FEATLRXS. ,,, thi- Territory the most striking geo^.~,phic:il fentare \m th^^ great MM of the^m.fiiin^, extending 350 wile^ from !,'.;^^athcn to its northern boundary, and in^^vi fth over mile-. This r;icg^ with its^. uapiw fully half the Territory. The^,.,,1:, caaia al mountain.* is s-plit np into a^Baaber al diuereut range--,the Ditt r Hoot,^.. the liij'.ie-t an.! the most westerly,^; V . Wind River, Big Horn, and^^All of there have a trend north- :-.u\, and all contain mine-' of^. -.\\'T. Their height has not been^~.-,:t. n^^h but it u probably from 10,000 to^!. I we iiighot p+ak being coveted^vith iniptlaal *now. This great extent of^^: i i:.^e.- causes rite condensation of a^^; t of moistur^ from the atmo;-^i . \.\ ich fall, principally in the form of^liiadaaUj MatstsSJ during the warm^'t thoroughly nt urate, the earth, in-^^ fine growth of grass and timber^....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 17 July 1868

6 THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, JULY 17. (bant vok ^^^e*IDKPrr. T.vth* SSsMSfl star* above u^. . ,,,irit.liv^th^t l-.vn n Bytli^ |T^~nour ^^5 llythe ^h^iilt ami iM.nsr ami c'.enu^.^|lv the iMitlJe t^.inii^r o^r u^.^^\Vo | ^.lif^- I).- tr;iit^ir* *ure '^ . .' Hythe red *:ained soil we tread on.^lly t)i^^ *aT^sl Boil ^tf tt\ml on. Bytho blood ot* fiwlv ^^^^-^ 1^lly th^ valor ^^l our brother*,^I'.v Mi^ 1^v.- we t.^*^r our ui^^tli^r*. Wefollow where our father* Ml Itythe ^|.-nr odh at our altera,^lly the U'i\U tlmt never fntter*. llythe ho|m-n hevimil the^ky,^lly the heaven that * ben-lirijr o'tT us,^lly the mart vi* R-i^n^ before i.* , Wewill n^iK|iii'ror we'll ^ !'-^ ' llythe battle*. lou^ ami *nry,^By the victory ami the tflory Whichour hero brothera won,^lly the coiil* that we inherit,^W e mill win ami wear with un-ril Mautie*-lr^j^j^'il at bexinfftca. llythe trnth of n^^nR- ami aernion.^lly the muri li we uiade with Sherman,^lly the ballets Kie*;el Kent Bythe fig-lit anil route ami rall...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 17 July 1868

I THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY. JULY 17. yar ,59l)mac n^|und mi H lr hi^rill tior, i C laft for ( es.^^utb phon|StaU ilia iluref d I'.ns ItoIo^^unce exec heMontana Post. KlpV nOHMXC, jily 17. AKEfO^iNOIS.lNrE, ii:nmalsessions. Till)two SIDES. \dby N^^- ^* tue Democracy is urrencvRedemption,^ Hobby No. 1^IS -Repudiation ^but a ^Brick^ crip-^j hiru. and be is not in the field lor^race. They are both of the same^r^ree^out of luck, by a long ways,^,' jiunr 1 by all respectable people,^ivudleton, it is well known, has^:^..^-^ last y^ ar. considerably modi*^1 anil amended his views on tinan-^Tliis wa' done to conform sutii-^^t]v to the views of the Seymour^^ -;,. render a fusion practicable and^mi. u 1 Mr. P. to the .nomination.^^ition as adopted ffives this^policy, viz ^The payment^tl.t- national obligations in strict ac-^with the terms. WImM the^. Hm ^,'ovcrnnient do not^ptato upon the face, and the^w under which they were issued does^: ^ -..'^ V thflj AtJt be paid in coin,^::i right and ju...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 17 July 1868

TTTK MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, JULY 17. TheMontana Post FRIDAVMORMIXG,Jl'LY ir oikAGENTS. E.VT. CARPENTER, Territorial Solicitor.^W T. II am 11. r^'v Fort Benton.^MIL A. J. SMITH. Bannaok.^J. It. FI8H. Sterling. Hot Spring Distry t. Hkilim.kr St ALL**, Silver Dow. JamesStuart, D^er Lodge WORPEt* co.. Hell Gate. W.F. parsons, Gallatin City. T.Nicholson. German Galch. Geo.Perry, Lincoln Galch. Geo.Rauch , Radersbarg. A.B. Hamilton, San River Crowing. H.H. Hat ' a a w v. Highland DUtrict. F.Cm Ki ll, Summit City. R.C. Johnson. Blackfnot. we8letW. jones, Reynold*' City, Elk Creek.^j. 8. Williams, St. Louis, Mo.^L. p. Fisher. San Francisco. Cal.^Henry RiERDEN. Argenta. ii.Kllis St Co.. Leesburgh. Salmon River Mines^W. davenport, Confederate Galea. C.BE8SEKKK. Boulder Valley. Montgomery,Bear Gulch and adjacent mines. H.C. Weibold, Butte City. GeosgrM. Brock, Beartowo, M T. DavisWilson, Boxeman City THE OITY . Arrival*at the St. L.oui^ Hotel. EM Suart, 8 Levy. City; Tbos Williams, Ten^Mile; F ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 24 July 1868

THEMONTANA POST. A Newspaper, Devoted to the Mineral, Agricultural and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. VOL.4, NO. 4 HELENA, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JULY 24. / T, WHOLENO. 2QSL TheMontana Post. JJUS*II. MILLS, EDITOR. mCAMPAIGN OF NationalUnion Republican Ticket. FORPRESIDENT, GENERALU. S. GRANT, OFILLINOIS. FORVICE-PRESIDENT. caranun colfax, OfIndiana. TOWNSITES That the inhabitants of cities and 'the democracy. It is more than the.^can bear. The republicans of Montana T } Inion Republican Tickets. Lewi*and Clarke County. ForCouncil^3d District.^RICHARD Mi NEIL.^For Assembly^3d District.^fQL. STARRCHAS. HENDRIE CI1ARLESRICE FRANK GETCHELL^CORNELIUS HEDGES ForCommissioner.^JOHN KINNA.^For Assessor.^JOHN A. NELSON.^For Justice of the Peace.^MAT. McGUIRK, (Helena Precinct.)^JOHN POOL, (Nelson Precinct,)^For Constable.^GEO. F. COWAN, (Helena Precinct.)^JOHN BELL, (Nelson Precinct.) PLATFORM. Wedo, with one accord, most heartily^endorse the platform adopted by the^I'nion Republican C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 24 July 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, JU L Y 24. TheMontana Post. :No. SO Main Str^^#^t,^HELENA. - - MONTANA. fSubscription do. thro* mooths. 00 ...5 00^... 3 50 Ratesof Advertising: Cards,5 lines or less, 3 month* do.do.^One ^qoa-^do.^do. St do. do.do. fwosquare* d-.^do.^do. do.do. 6 months... do. do. 1 year, tenlines or less, 1 insertion, .. do.do.^do. do.do.^do. do.do. do.do.^do.^do.^1 insertion. 5do. 1month,..^3 do. ..^3 do. .. 6do. ..^1 year 2do. 1month . 9do. 3do. .^6 do. 1year.. - Oneeighth column. 1 insertion do.do.^do.^da.^do.^do. do. do.do.^do.^do.^do. dr 1month.. 2d... 3do. do. . One-sixthcolumn 1 insertion.. do.do.^do.^do.^do.^do do,do.^do.^do.^do.^do. do. 1month 2do. 3do. Cdo. 1vear, Ons-toarthcolamn, 1 ii MltOS do. 1month 2do. 3do do 1year 1insertion 5do. 1month, 2do 3do 6do do.do. do.do. do.do. do.do. do.do. do.do.^One-half colamn do.do. do.do. do.do. do.do. do.do. do.do.^One colamn, 1 insertion. do.2 do. do.1 month, do.2 do do. J do do. 6 do^^ do.1 year f*mcm\I^o^t*ce^a^ One dol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 24 July 1868

THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, JULY 2. WM t:arl Atljoiiriiimiit ofCon- IntciiM*Ileot in the Stale*. Hiidi^n County Nomination*. ^^ii{rr#.*^^ioiial Proceed I nc^. XttVxionn Revolution Ter^^minated. TherumliiiK Bill Amended Intenseheat: *25o c a^ualtie^^inYork in three day*. t'raiieca^ain declared Paeifle. olliery Itiot in Pennsylvania. TlieC ity ol Brotherly Lovr in^(^loom. wiuistroke* and some Strike* Farruyiiland the Enifliah BYMTta^ anfirmi d Attomey-^(^(-ni'rai. Washington,July lo.^Radicals from Mia-^-1-^ipf:i appeared before th^ reconstruction^I'ommittee to-day, demanding exclusion from^the count of vote* of several counties, alleg^^ing a reign of terror existed. It is the gener^^al belief to-day that Congress will s'ljourn.on^Monday or Tuesday. ThePresident nominated Sherman to-day^fag Surveyor-General of California, and Thus,^liowen for Chief Justice of the Supreme^Court of Idaho, NewYork, July 15.^Thirty-nine cases or^^in stroke, and 12 deaths by sun stroke to^^day. Chicago,July 10...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 24 July 1868

TheMontana P THE raono\i: of the mam |ON TANAPOST. FRIDAY, JULY 24. horseback rides IN XlieLpwir A Clarke Resolution*. FRIDAY JIOBKIKK) ww 17. numberTWO. Writtenfor the Montana Post. Beaverhead^ ounty I nlon Ticket. Councillit District.^E. D. LEAVITT.^House of Representatives^4th District.^A. J. SMITU. J. M. GALLOWAY.^County Commissioner.^F. E. CURTIS. Assessor.J. C. TAYLOR.^Coroner.^T. F. HAMILTON.^Justice of the Peace.^S. H. JOHNSTON.^Constable.^E. ASHWORTH. CiallatlnCounty. ForCouncil^1th District. J.J. HULL.^For Assembly^9th District.^LESTER S. WILSON.^PHILIP THORPE. ForCommissioners. L.STOCKMAN.^GEORGE AUSTIN. ForAssessor.^M. PEN WELL. DeerLod^;e County. ForCouncil^2d District.^GEORGE W. BROCK^Beartown.^E. S. STACK POLE^Highland. ForAssembly^2d District.^A. P. ROSE^McClellan.^G. McFARLAND^Blackfoot.^JOHN ANDERSON^Highland.^J. M. MERRILL^Philipsburgh.^W. W. JONES^Reynold. ForProbate Judge.^J. B. JOHNNSON^Blackfoot.^For Assessor.^M. K. MILLER^Jefferson-^Commissioners.^CONRAD KOHN...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 24 July 1868

THEMONTANA POST. FRIDAY. JULY 2*. andSan onal ling ^l8 eet- illof^-en *e,ir oniast ud ur uk.bat ia at neP. n-It^b- orho^*i-^in REPORTED FOR THE POST. Tariff*Bill Held Over. Tlit*President Favors the One^Term. ete. \V\vOrleans Democracy.^il^^^t-^ V. BeiK-li, Dcaii. Tl* 4'oiifintmlioiiof Judges^Vriny ReductionPassed. Bill ai^I^^^iiitiii^iit^ l^j^dent. thePrefi x/roubleat Ft. barker,^tmanucl *Leutze Dead.^\nother Veto and Passover. 1onimission Appointed to Ex^^amine Hontana Volunteer^Claim*. Tiic^ ^II h Artiele Dcconic-* a^Part of the Constitution. Lawin Illinois. Iyn^-li^Tilt* rtli**i*sip;^i i:ieeiiou. Appropriation Bills Passed ItiiHlins Bill Sul^^^litule pa-.*c^^Um House : A *s)nopo-i* of it*^Terms. lie TheTOillicau Riots Revolutionist*Capture^C'arraeea*. TheAmerican Colony at Jaffa^Dwindling. Choleralit \eu York. Philadelphia,July 18.^The gas strikers^succeeded in accomplishing their object, the^trustees having complied with their demands,^and the city will have gas to-night. Washi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 24 July 1868

6 THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, JULY24. TheMontana Tost. FRIDAY 5IOBNINC, JULY 17. COMMISSIONERSINSTRUCTIONS. Wepresent in another column Circu~^tar No. 21, containing important instruc^^tions to the officers of Local Land offices,^in regard to the entry of lands. It is^the first definite instruction issued,^covering entries, where a doubt exists^as to whether they are properly agricul^^tural or mineral lands. The ruling of^the Commissioner is arbitrary, govern^^ing local officers. It differs materially^from the view taken of the law, by many^officers and pre-emptors,and reverses the^presumptive rightof entry from mineral^to agricultural lands. While the ruling^is undoubtedly right, and well intended,^it is to be regretted that it opens the^door to annoyance from evil disposed^persons, who may thereby delay, for a^time, the granting of titles to valuable^property. The law is, however, equita^^ble and miners do not tolerate the med^^dling of that class of men. The princi^^pal points in t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 24 July 1868

TH E MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, JULY 24. nters. r*ra* niiot *tnte* Steamer^WHiiec VI recked. Su- gri^lio Indian \cm *. Lisland V^nthe Natural^i/.ation Treaty. iriifrundiiitf BUI^ Mcven*^.rll !^ *':^*or ^^reenhaek!^. Kiotat Jlilliean, Texa* Clk F3m hcWife oftien. Joe Hooker,^Dead. heThird l^art^^Feat** )iiop^i^ofthc Nt'm Tax Bill ^^ Sim stroke*^\iiuierou* Evaporated. Mill Galveston,July 17.^A serious riot com-^' mecced on the evening of the 15th at Milli-^| can. It appears a mob of about 25 negeoes^led \^\ a white school teacher arid negro at^^tempted to hang a man named W. II. Miday.^The white citiams interfered to prevent the^execution. The result wan the death of ten^or twelve negroes. The next day the num^^bers increased on both lidea. In the skirmiah-^; ing during the day it is estimated the casu-^laliiies were 25. A small body of troops ar-^' rived last night and dispersed the rioters after^killing 3 of the latter number. From 300 to^\ 500 had fortified themselves near Millican.^1 T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 24 July 1868

8 THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, JU L Y 24. TheNout;iii;i Tost. CheeseFactories.^These institu^^tions, which hare ao lone ban a desideratum tn^Montana, ara finally oomina;, indeed on* ha* al-^FRIDAY MOSfflNG, JULY 34 !^* bee. located at Beaver Hand. ^^^,-tmJ'^ | It vroprietors are Hasan. Orr Sl Poodridick, who OCRAGENTS.^E W. CARPENTER, Territorial Solicitor.^W. T. Hamilton, Fort Benton.^Mb. A. J. Smith Bannaok.^j. M. Fish, Sterling, Hot Spring District.^Bei.lxkger St Allen, Silrer Bow.^James 8TTART, Deer Lodge.^WORl^EN a co., Hell Gate.^w. p. Parsons. Gallatin City.^T. Nicholson, German Gulch.^Geo. Pkbrt. Lincoln Gnlch.^Geo. Rauch , Radersburg.^a. B. Hamilton, San River Crossing.^H. H. HATHAAWT, Highland District.^F. CHURCH, Summit City. R.C. Johnson, Blackfoot. wesleyW. jones, Reynolds' City, Elk Creek.^j. S. Williams, St. Loo is, Mo.^l. P. Fisher. San Francisco. Cal. HENRYRlEROEN. Arjrenta. H.ellis St Co., Leesburgh, Saimon River Mines w.Davenport, Confederate Gnlch. C.Besserer, Boulde...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 31 July 1868

I hE^H 2.xI*^25^3t^7C^^TOc^65c^5U^^:^v^IOC ootoo^II ec H OG 00 M 30 00 30 8e iI THEMONTANA POST. ^If'^fl'fi V ^WHpapcr, Devoted to the Mineral, Agricultural and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. VOL.4, NO. 4^. HELENA, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JULY 31. / ^ ^* Sr. WHOLENO. 203 A^^ EL MILL8.--KDITOR. THECAMPAIGN OF 1S6S- NationalUnion Republican Ticket. KOltPRESIDENT, GENERALU. S. GRANT, ofILLINOIS. FOUVICE-PRESIDENT, MJIIJfLBI(OLFAX, Ofltxltana. IL. Inioii !^'j^ul^li^-sui Tickets. LowUami i larki Count). ForCouncil^3d District.^RICHARH MrXEIL.^For Assombly^3d District.^STARRCHAS. HBBHU C11ARLBSRICE FRANK G ETCH ELL^i'i lUNLLirs IIKLniEs ForCntnmi^ion(^r.^JOHN KINXA.^For Assessor. JOHNA. NELSON.^For J ustice of the Peace.^MAT. McGUIRK, (Helena Precinct.)^JOHN 1^OOL, (Nelson Precinct.)^For Constable.^(.Kn. F. CO WAN. (Helena Precinct.)^JOHN LULL, (Nelson Precinct.) atthe risk of being charged with incon^^sistency, we roust complain of the ex^^treme and almost ludicrously small as^^sess...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 31 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
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 31 July 1868

ut^ey^ta [the Et- in tveor^lost rill toI are The impA by its[an^l^lore^this. ar-^can in lake|mill be^ined^lartz from red^Mi^low^|r^ i^^Rang^the^im^and^)th-^vi-^ork ini.-- (aten^hated thein^reral^kill^^rior^11 90, 1). and^ther inlainfr^Lan a^it n the ITer- Dby^iety.^and^mild otiges^icon^idrie^It urn^tnv^ined^k.-ii ^^|sin^^f^rupt-^The^lot be lUSt ition^in e.^I at an^the^|being^i rory^ore^jvice^truck,^the^On^ito^'a^^ntin-^rever^the^will^mill^and dis- Irichlymilef^inex- Ingtl^ THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, JULY 31. 3 tmnal 4n\^ijouriiint'iit of the H^um^^Opposed. IY,online BUInun IIIM1M Both \n(Orderly Molt of Strikers.^Riniiorcd Itlextean Coalition.^ButTulo Fenian Convention. l^iiiiiii^*ioiier Rollins Sueees-^m^r Appointed. TheCzar*' Propomil.^i:ntfli*h (ovcrnmciit^uraph. Tele- 715Mile-of I. P R. R Fait*oftlie Crew of the Cienl.^Sherman. mident Sign* the Tax Bill CivilOffl. Y|i^U*ippi tohave cers. *nnFraiiei^eo Tlarketa.^Tin'Citizen Proteefion Bill. onsre** Adjournw from July^'27th to Sept...

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