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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 31 July 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, JULY 31. TheMontana Pest FRIUAVMORXI^Jl ^V 31 HORSEBACK RIDES IN^JIOXTASJA. m'mbbkthree. Outor the Mountains, almost^Excursion to^the Great Falls^The Sun River Valley, its^extent^Agricultural Adaptability, etc ^Fort^Shaw^Injustice to the Montana Soldier^A^Small Rebellion. Inow consider myself fairly out of^the mc untain system and on the border^of the Great Central Basin of the con^linent The low and broken ridges,^isolated buttes, and prairie-like country^hack from the river, all justify the be^^lief. Though still to the eastward tower^the Judith, Belt, Bear's Paw and Little^Rocky ranges, on the north-west the^horizon bounds the vision with a line as^regular as it seen from the midst of the^ocean.* Twenty miles below here are^the Great Falls, where the Missouri leaps^down at a single bound one hundred feet^and then, canopied with spray and^arched with rainbows, pours and thun^^ders on through a series ot cataracts^to soon become, with impaired majesty^but ...

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. — 31 July 1868

(ex. |rar- lPorihe. tag f^iat otbj ia- I I i of I fbomNBinmia uilch. FirstSubscriber to the ^ Post '^The Mines^ind their Yield^Fougtr s Dry Gulch^Pecu- jiaritiesand Prospects, gyiroBPost : ^From Sterling my course^m a North-westerly direction over a low^rolling prsirie country, to Norwegian Gulch,^4 place not generally known in the Territory,^siting to iswlat,*d position, and the fact^^that until thi* spring it wa^ believed thegnlch^UU not pa^^ w^ges^ although ^ ricii W^,,,, t^,.i upper end of the former, yielded^m m*dunng the put two years. \,w th^re are three hed-rock flumes and^Hll , companies at work, and bid fair and TH MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, JULY31. -Irain berepaid for the expenditure of money^urn* to opening up the ground.^Ike Sterling Mining Company, composed of UP or '^,im hardy ^ons of toil, one of which, the^,-i final Iret .-uhscri'iter to the Montana Post,^John TaiaJeikilt, Esq., kindly furnished me^irith ^r :r.^ data regarding this ricinity. He^i, row satisfied that good...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 31 July 1868

6 THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY. JULY 31. TheMont mi;] Post. o\vniiKM\(...im ^i THECITY. FromFriday's Daily.^( bimixal QUSMK^Sundry items (tthmddaily at the Polio* Cow aad daily^crowded over by m press of other Matter, to the^--MXI ia*ae, we here combine and manufacture in^on chapter of crime, and f rat come* something of^the ^fee. fi. lo. fam^ order- Aa did the Oiaat ia^search of Little Jack, aa did the we (re maker^with the anprooouseable name, evea the ^naage^maker of Helena *m*ll* blood on thi* ^week'* ^uh-^.ag day- Bis corporeal body being- saturated with^whissv, be felt himself a dozen Oiaata W hile ia^that Mate of msad ^ari i the ^tore of Weil Bro'a,^on the npper porUan of Bridge 8t. Here be became^^FBodily ioTolTed ia a dispute concerning aa ae-^coaat, mod being- orawf*d to depart the pretnis**,^prepared to make fine eat filling for bis bologna*^by cbof ping hie satagoaist into dimiaative piece*;^Hi* km*^ being taken from him be draw hi* revol^^ver, intent upon butchering ^bj mea...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 31 July 1868

ifSOF THE UNITED STATES. Id JJF*^1'11^'1 U Confess [OFFICIAL.] BETWEEN rub iL^ ^r*T M. CONVENTH ^N THFUNITED STATES OF AWFR-^l k AND TUB COLONIAL tiOV-^EHNMENT OF HONG KON(i, CIKA \rti-^^' ^/^':;''^'^^^;ti Im t,r*^ ^ Pout Of l, jHirtment of tin: United State*^th, General Pout Ojfice ,it Hong r;),,.pur;^'^^^; of establishing and reg^^ulating tli*^ interchange of mails bt^^^^ gjpr ;^^* I nited States and Hong^Kaaf am* ^lei^endent Chinese ports,^v : .. an^ of the direct line of L nited^- mail ]^ackete plying between^S^n Franci.-co and Hong Kong, via^Yokohama in Japan, it is agreed be^^[ween the Post Office Department of^the I'nited States and the Poat Office^IK partioent of Hong Kong : articleI.^^;^(,,. post offices of New York and San^^-r^n'-i*^^ ^*hall be the United State ofli-^al rtM nt exchange, and the General Post^brib* 1Mflc^ at Hong Kong the office of ex-^a r!ian_^ ^' the colony of Hong Kong for^mails transmitted under this arrange- CLEARTHE WAT. intt^iator 'pub'Lot*. fir*ota t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 31 July 1868

THE MONTANA POST\ FRIDAY, JULY3L TheMolilalia Post. FRIDAY MOBXIPiG, Jl'Ll SI OIK AGENTS. Hl'PeoNa MENET, New Ycrk Timtf Bunding;.^11 Park Bow *r* tb* aula agents for MoXTAHA^P oaT, for the Eastern State*. W.T. Hamilton. Fort Benton. MB.A. J. Smith. Bannock. J.M. Fun. Sterling. Hot Spring DiatricL BT.II.IN' F.K ^ Al.TTS. RTIver Bote. JamesStvakt, Deer Lodge. WoRDKNtCo.. Hell Gate. VT.P. Parsons. Gallatin City. T.Ni. h. *..: on German Oulc'h. GEO.PBBBV, Lincoln Galch. Geo.Raich . Karfersburg. A.B. Hamilton. Sun River Crossing. H.H. Hathaawy, Highland District. F.Church, Summit City. R.C. JuhnwN, Blackfoot. WnilW. Jones, lteynohla' City, Elk Creek. J.8. Williams. St. Louis. Mo.^L- F. Fishes. San Francisco. Cal.^HENRT RlERIiEN. Arerenta. ii.Kllis Si Co., Lee^bur^rb. Salmon River Mine* W.L^a\ export, ConteUerate Gulch. C.besserer. Boulder Valley. Montgomery,Bear Gulch and adjacent mine* ii.C. \Veuioi.i^. Butte City. GEO1U,B M. BROCK. Beartown, M. T. DawWilson, Bowman City. WeeklyAlmanac...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 August 1868

sjawaatwaw, M THEMONTANA POST. iiicMontana Post. Ipublished Daily and Weekly ntiik 'MontanaPost PnWisliug Company, ,.!.^. P1^M l.flAMtiKR. \Business ctmitiiuiufHtioii'. MONTANA POST PUB. CO. \C..rre^\.oii^l.-tioe for publication. ' EDITOR MONTANA POST. !.\^ ^1- MHil.*^^, ^ EDITOK. TilC^MNMI MP MMB* Iliinl Union RopnMican Ticket. POMnttWMDrT, lAtERAL U. S. GRANT,^of n i mw PORYR.K i'KKMDfcN I . M'HUYLBB( OLI'W, (MImiuuui. (OXTfiXTIi i ^^ lutry^^i:ir .Virora an-1^, M^ria|^she ll^i\.^t^ Nova^^uiaii*^ T^^ voie^^^ Mow i^it ^^^il ^r n^ Newtaiki i ^ I'.t'i.'m! ^^^I^t;iu^(i Ual|^iae UtoKti^Tue^iit ^ White or Black^The Peacr . -Mlt.. .^*.] P.v. arc. , of tbe Ttrr.t-.ry ut^M t.'^:i^ ^ A^lvu:rtimcut of Cooirress^ C- !ora-lo^^ A i. .-iifi ii.iil iv- Politics1. ... ^ ^^^!-^, p,,n i'v.r.4^^hi ^' i PR R^WytAuimr^Addreaa-^i ; L^-;i^r^I'nti ic l..in-l-^^Mint-r il l{^~ourrc^^. ic iVir.tory ^ : Montana^ liuulilrr Valley^^'. ii the \Ve^!^1 u^ V. ^ i'olili.- ^;^i iic Tuunvl ua^T *h- Rnjrriah c:. iawal I...

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

THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, AUGUST 7. TheMontana Post J^o.80 Main ^tr***^t~^^ ^^^ilflW 0 - - MONTANA Termsof Subscription:^Owwyy ^*^ year.- do. six months, 1o. three month*.-_ Katesor Advertising: Bnsin-*s Cards. 3 line* or leas, 3 month* .^do.do.do. 6 months, d,.-i... a... 1 year.-. On*squ*-*ten lines er 1***. 1 Insertion. Jo.do. do. 2 do. l.i.do. do. 1 month,. do,d*. do. do.do. do. do.do. dr.. Twosquares, 1 insertion. do.2 do. do.1 ^onth.... do.3 do. fido.^i year,. Oaeeighth column. do.Id^.^do. do. 1insertion 2do. 1month do.do. 2 do. da.do. 3 do. do.do. 6 do. do.do. 1 year, One-sixthcolumn. 1 insertion do.do. I do, do.do. 1 month, do.do. 2 do do.do. 3 do do.do. 6 do. do- do. 1 year Oae-tourthcolumn. 1 insertion do.do. 2 do do.do. 1 month, do.do. 2 do do.do. 3 do. do.do. H do do.do. 1 year Onehalf column, 1 insertion, do.do. 2 do do.do. 1 month, do.do. 2 do. do. do. 3 do do.do. S do. do. do. 1 year Onecolumn, 1 insertion, do. S do. do.1 month do. 2 do do. S do do.6 do do.1 year. Xmca...

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

THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, AUGUST 7. 3 jeo-*il Notices. ggalleein Bankruptcy. C.mrtof^Territory. rtb,matter of^I |In Bankruptcy. I- Bankruptcy. No.1! i IdIfo 1X1 tieI In ral I,,.0M IT MAY C NCERN :^' ,n.i^T^;*i^*d hereby gives notice of his ap-^rh^ un,,^A^si^flMW. ^r*t^l Stanley, or Madison^v , :vrr;'..ry, who baa been adiudg- baVkrupt.u!*^n n^ own P*l^t^^^^. by the said i,reB1*SSk mv i^an^l thi^1,tb of Jo,y- A- ,;.TennnuE H COMBS, Assignee,A:., ,inited Stat. * of America, ^^^rfSy ofll~t^.M* i .SenateThe Weekly Montana I'ost,^1it f^;^^^t and published in Helena, in .''.vof Lewis ^ C'.ark, and Territory of^-| ip*r :^! w liu h the al^. ^v^ no-^l*jj^j be published, by the aaid K. H. Combs.^re*^* . Estate of Asel Stanley. Bankrupt^14iv,.nhng to law. handatVir*:ni* C.ty. M. T^ on^k, ..f July, A D, IS*. TUEO.MumT, TomC. Power, FORTBEVTOX. JIOMAW. Storage^ Commission MERCHANT, Wholesaledealer ^ Groceries,Liquors! andgeneral OITFITTLXGGOODS! Registerin Bankruptcy. \otit' in Baukru|^t() urt^f^...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 August 1868

II . JfOJNT AN A POST. FRIDAY, AUGUST OSXHK V. P. ft. K. Acorrespondent of the Cincinnati^C'Huiturcuil, who bus a ttrse. nervous.^an^l withal attractive way of Maying things,gives us the opportunity to ab^^stract the following sandwiches from -BtYil ^f tacts and fancies, concern^^ing the IT.^ P, H. B : Avear a^o I found Julesburg :i f.-v.-r^ioh city o! several thousand inhabitants. !^The track extended. Juleisburg ttted in^a galloping hectic. Three bouse* only^remain of Julesburg. The infant me- niNKUil. Kl sol R( I s ^^^v XIIV.^XBKKIXOftY OF MONTtM. chacm,re* I\ ^:*^!^ from tb^ Itoporf t.v^K. to J ^ Rum RruwntJ insupon the edge of some precipitou^he olwerves the running waters haav^I feet below him. Only along the imaetti.ite^j loot bills are to be found ^utaci--nt tituWer^and alluvium to invite -^tll^-m.-:it mrA cnlti-^ration. th*centre ^^f the Territory, ^nd^nliiieat encircled by the Lear's Paw anil Lit^^tle Kocky mountains on the north ami the^Belt and Judith mountains on the So...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 August 1868

tit* T11 1: MON T ANA POST, I^ R 11) A V. AUGUST 7* Pw*ew EVtii'iiiC^TB^tf^. OOlC^ IIl'CflHfl. \omiiia ttoas. ofI'm- tii-riiiiiii-Aiiieii*.;^^an Trt.nl^. SUIi^ ^* lti*\tT^Iy Jolmsoii^uLeln hmrc ivsu-t*,** ^I^oor^ urlotla.^^[^fH^jure Ml the Ku Klu\ Ij i:ii^lion^turn*. '!Ri-^-oii^*lrii^-tion Acta riuviMj li )^:ik tiik iiI lti*^lii^-- fire^ *:^^*^ itia 9'iiStlic llHtie A**eni. Olteill)** l^ea^l mantleCable of ^ **^^^^ eea^e^l^\\ orkiiitf. K-^ oration oi' Ilit' C ivil pmwfar. k. A:i;n-t ^ Fernando Wo^^d^membership in the Mozart Exec- ::.lllllllttee. \ _.-n-nil convention of the i^. will M /..irt II 11 on the twenty-fourtb,^v Head Centre will be elected. kQ . ten, i-t.ik^^ holder for Coburn and^I r Kile, has notified both parties if ar- for n ii^Iit ar^ not made before^- lay lie will return the money. J^nn C. Hehnan has challenged McCoole^li-ti' him I t any sum. within three^.nth.-. nfaAfatctHkAug. '^.^The statements in^^ i p. the financial affairs of the Post Office^i'i..irtment are not...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 August 1868

6 THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, AUGUST 7 TheMontana Post. inay MORNING. AUGUST T Thewits in Washington have a clever^story that Bntler and Nelson fought a^duel : that Nelson was shot through the^brains and Butler through the heart,^and that neither of them was injured. INKLINGS. Advertisein the Post. SlaneLanguage s brass currency. Valegraduates 108 students this year. Kugenierises with the sun.^Pickpockets dis-purse a crowd.^The Sultan uses gas in his palace,^biddings' grave has no heao^tone. Readthe Post and keep potted. Atwenty foot alligator has been^seen at St. Paul, Minn. Awatch manufactory has boen estab^^lished at Detroit. Michigan. Twelvefires occurred in New York oji^the 4th inst. Theannual trade of Boston is $900-^000,000^second only to New York. Anunmistakable case of black-balling^^a crying negro baby. Nm York imports this season 3,000,^^000 bushels of bananas. ProfDavis of West Point, has an in^^come of ^20,000, trom his arithmetics. Subscribefor the Post. Mrs.Auguste Belm...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 August 1868

THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, AUGUST 7. of \inS,^ttrt n*.^^ns, l*t twoUlv,^r^d^led^^u*^in^^:he^^rk^lith^[for Pj heMontana Post. hkkokeORA!fT TOOK I OMMA*!^. nOKMX., Alt.1st 7. /i donf ;BMl III WAIL ifiit nsks ^What has ^i -^th.^^h ofMt. toin-1^ter tosar H^n of ofth. (1 . ^r^* thought on reading the caption^th*editor ot the Independt nt had^^ rra^lin.ir tue ^Child's Inquiry^ ahout^lerthc ^ireat, in which the in-^. , !. i raised tlie question as to^. . r victorious warfare entitled a^thai adjective, and was about to^hash it to the delectation of its ^Peace^.,,n-aders. Not so, however. nthnt is analytical, statist!- ,^J and annihilative. General Grant is I^- ,n-.un^*^-l a military failure, a General '^r :.-' victory by sheer pondemsi-^r; jniirnorant boor, floundering about^j tiif realms of strategic science; a com-^- by circumstances, a victor by^ijtniv. It is asserted ^he is a four-to-^and Los ^thrt greatest general^ijjt ever America produced.^ Robert^- i retty well flattened out. Grant^a...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 August 1868

TjJE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, AUGUST 7. TheMontana Post. OIK.4C.E^t.TS. Hi[.ys ^ Menet. New Verk T-met Butldin*;.^41 Park How are the sols agents far Moxtaha IV.st.fur tbe Eastern State*.^\V T. FI amu.ton. Fort Benton.^MR. A. J. Sum!. Ban nark.^j. v. Fish. Sterling. Hot Spring District. LU4.im.euA. All^_S. Silver Bow. JamesSil akt, Deer Ledge. WTMUflE**Co., Hell Gate. IV.1'. Pa*SO!*s. Gallatin City. T.Nk holson. (kmu Gulch. ifco.1'ekkv, Lincoln Oulch. Geo.RaVCII , Radersburg. A.B. Hamilton. Son River Crowing-. M.H. Hath a awt. Highland District. P.CHt'Kcii, Sumntt City. v..C. Johnson Rlackfoot. w, -l n \S^. Jonks. Reynold*' City, to*. Creek.^J. 8. V^^ilxjam^. St I*ouis, Mo. I.. P. FlsHEll. San Francisco. CaJ.^Henry Rieupex, Argent*. H.Kl.t.IS ^ Co., lye^^sbnrgh, Salmon ^Hi Ter Mine* W.J*AVEXPorr, Confederate Gulch. C.Bt^^EKKn, ateulder Valley. M ntMHUME, Jl^-^ir Gulch sad sjAnvcent mines. II.C. W'EIHOCO, Butte City.^UEOsr.il M. Brock. Beartown. H. T.^Djr.lS WILSON. Boxeman City. THECIT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 August 1868

THEMONTANA POST Newspaper, I^ev^^tecl to the ^Iin^-i-^l, .Vtri-ic-nltixral and Commercial Interests of* Montana Territory. VOl-.L NO. * MONTANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 14. / 6 % WHOLENO. 20ii TheMontana Post. THK nH LELLIM EXPEDITION. mm CaptainM e^' 1 e 11 an with a single corn- J stream about a* large as Sun River.called I Hirer. Belly River and Bow River form i I^ A IN I 71CM *^ CORRI PTIO. Oneot tin moat . xtensive exploring Paniou'K,i M- 'Tone8- proceeded for a^Line River. Traces of a large party of a junction and flow into Lake Winnepeg ri-.^i^.. j.., ! distance of (U) uiiles EX.MIIJM--KUITOR. Tin:CAMPAIGN OF ISfie- expeditiousthat was ever undertaken in ra route where ^\adians that had traveled eastward three^. there were no trails, and nothing to indt ! or four weekR before were, encountered,^. Montana Mai ^un River, under the com-1 cate that even the Indians had visited iti and were productive ot considerable con^mand ot the celebrated prospector. Capt. Having couiploted their expl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 August 1868

THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, AUGUST TheMolilalia Post. PublishedDaily and Weekly r.vm MontanaPost PnbiisiuuE Company. XO.^*^ ^ MAIN ST.. HELENA, j^GK0.M. PINMA . TlAN\^.FR. Addrcs*all Business reraiaiiBieatimja, MONTANA POST PUB. CO.^^.'.'.1 C^rn^esr^*^ndei^e# for Pabliention.^^ EDITOR MONTANA POST RiverTVowr-.. Success' Arrived--lUoe of W*te'-- As.^drew . AeMey^ - - 'L^rWfci^^^Three Men Killed^Charley Conkling--^PBe -Annuities. 5 i:--**Zephyr'--^1ndtana*^-Murder ^^f^oca of Ike ^Amelia The^Success.^ ^Jnpt. Thomns Hen. I Master,left Sioux City at G o'clock p. lit. on the I^4th ult. bhe arrived at Uentuu on lumlky kt II^o^elo k a. m. with one hundred and twenty tons ^^l^treighi and twenty-live [Wppr^ **'^^* C' t !^,^_-1^on ^ - iii'l bar just above Yankton and had to ha I^Onn nut by the crew. The sta.-e of water wan^ffaas] a* tar as I'mt Island, nml the (freatent trouble '^wait experienced above there. There wu eighteen^inch-m nf witor on Dophan's rapids, and the river I (fow tin TiikOkf....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 August 1868

kt T A T1 r ill THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, AUGUST 14. JOSHhill1x.S PAPERS. koindi.ixgs. Hothat .vi 11 foller gexxl advice, i/. a^'rater man than he who gives It.^It iz human to err. bat devilish to bragon il- Blessedi/. he who haz a bijr pile, and^knose hov. tu spread it. Their.indfiov the young are easily^traned; it iz hard to git an old hop vine^to travil a new pole. Idon't hanker alter bad luck, but I^had ruther run the risk ov it than trust^;,^^ much in the professions ov men. Justin proportion az a man iz thank^^ful to heaven, and hiz nabor, just^that proportion iz he happy. Itiz a dredtul fine thing tu Wmp a^voting wun jiat enuff. and not enny^more. 1 take it that the apotiz located^jist when- their prUe ends and their^mad begins. Heandiz them who ha* no eye tor a^k. v. nor ear f^^r a knot Vole. Aman shuld learn *^^^ be a g xxl ser^^vant t^^ liimseli Uvore he iz fit to boss^others. Themore ^xalte^l our stauhuu, the^m,^r.' t .n.~]^i1-lI^^uf* our virtews. just as a^,i adds tew th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 August 1868

4- THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, AUGUST 14. kkforxm.i.dfd.I ^! ways made it a pelat never to meddle j will be mmt fully exemplified at the ! ^~'with the private tastes of any gentle | coming election, wh^^n the popular vote \\e doubt it there is anv portion ot the ^ ' ,, , . , : . man, iwpeciallv when confirmed nab^^Had State. ,n wh.ch the hand ofjus- ^ ^ t^) ^ ^ of| planks shall tail, an,! S , mour and Blair^^.u-e deals so leniently ^^h ^mjMl|.n, ^ He aext beat, furiously upon with the nooe^lt about -.heir whereit so often fails to hare dealings , .t#u , _t.^ , _ . . , wy 1^ n|| t1.., INHITK \l. iviththem at all as in Montana, Hob- |^oeries. deadly a^aultn and are oecomingdaily more frenitent. and still^their p^-rp^ tra;^^r^ remain, in the great^majority ol cav^,^. at large. Kren it ar^^rested they noon escape from contine-^nient. giving tho officers opportunity, ul-^afbgw improved, of showing how not to^recapture them. A short sighted policy seemsto govern t!ntire army of Ter- ritorial...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 August 1868

THEMONTANA POST. FRIDAY, AUGUST 14. *|(^I^^II^t^^. ,^]^^ I^'-5^ ^^^M,r f^u^^*tioii. 1*4ii I. Paris,Aug.^.^The Moniteur has special | inkiim.v advicesfrom Japan. The French Envoy at- j rivedat Yokohama on July lath, and report- I^r . I hapin has reached England.^ed tLat the Northern Oanaio had taken pot- rk ^- ^ i^ , , 7 swion.fYo.ldo.The Mikado's party was! O. W . Holmes is incubating upon a^acting with grent vigor .tnd had maitmd a I new poem. lan;e:irm\.Fornham. the Kuglisa jockev, makes Lucerne.Aug. IJueen Victoria arrived*I I^O.OOO. to-(la-v-^The widow of Revolver Colt has an ar Louisville.Aug. :^.^The latest returns allow ( tcsian well 1,^40 feet deep fr.rStevenson a majority of about ^.M).00^^. j , KltM , , . Columbia.S. C. ,nliw Fire ul ftM*fir^Cli ^ ouri.^,l^ r,-..iir(rVlf \^|iiiInif ion. Mll4C^tfai 5Ui^l tin^ CaiiiMlhlil t.Mifodcraffon. Aug.O.-TheD^ocratic | a*^^^ **** ^n* U* *^^electoral convention met yeat*^a^' *od aj^- | I'^i.. int^ J full electoral nomin*-*' Kesolutioni...

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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 August 1868

( THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, AUGUST 14. THEnDIMNtl OF EVENTS. FICTIONAND FACT. Asan electioneering document the^Democratic paper- circulated the follow^^ing statement as showing the cruelty^exercised toward Southern prisoner-, in^the North: Therewere those in Montana a year^ago, who proaounced the Northern Pa^^cific railroad an impracticability; others^who believed it an improbability. There^are few who now believe it either the ireiew ^Federal prisoners held South...200,1M0 oneor the other. Still there are tnose j^^, pri80ner^ Ueid Norlh200,000 whoin hot hastiness, rashly impoitun- ! Federal prisoners died South.. . 22,570^ate, would throw their influence and en i Kebel prisoners died North. . . . 26,430^ergies for a paltry roundabout branch, in i (treeley did not give the statement^preference to a main through line, be- 1 credence, as the figures did not appear^cause they think it would come a few | correct to his statistical eye. He ad-^isonth* sooner. Has it occurred to them dres...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 August 1868

K1 'ofJ^Ot of^Dug,^. aQ qui^die,^^^uni^aldt .l^ H |nKri^)^1 t]^|^^ ha JtW^(1 uut^han I con | m...it; JUii_M^^ X 1 A N A l'OS T, F R1DA Y, A UUU S T 14. null refutesto entertain^Franentue Bill. TheBonn Festival \^:i^ heM her* yester.loj* oomineniuiorntiveof the *,l*uii centeidar'^.iiinu ci^ary of tbe foundation of th* Pmth-^sity of li mn, 'Ihere Was a great gathering^ot the friends of the institution frcm all 0^^saaary. Miaistet liaucroft was among the^gue/ts. 1 he I niversity conferred the deere-^ot Doctor of Laws upon His Royal Highnes*^the Crown l*i luce of Tru^sia: lion. ^Je-rge^Bancroft, Minister of the United St**^*; 1**0-^fer.-or Darwin, ^^nd John Stua^-* Mill, of^En ir land. sentfdto the Pfefddeat yesterday l^y Col.Deanc of the Governor's Staff. Gov.^WariTKjuth presented various letters^rom citlrens and officer*, setting forth^the terrible outrage* daily being perpe^^trated in portions of the State. He^^aya in many parishes there exhists no^protection for citizens in the cour...

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