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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 4 September 1868

7 ^.^^m. The Piv me, ii^* of lie NTANA POST, FRIDAY, I**i ^Bal^Jleii ^^^ on. -;* ^ of Con S.ariIt^iuako.^Uar in Europe,^ill C' ; o^llro fiiv^*. in(an-; otmy own conception. inspired by a most^rarrKt desire for the welfare of this nation,^for which I am as willing to lay down my^life ;i- any on*^ who lire* beneath our flag.^No party, no individual had any thing to do^with it. I am alone responsible. Any in^^formation you hare received to the contrary^is erroneous. SenatorMorgan is now here with Commis^^sioner Rollins and other leading Republican*. Thfipjestion ^^i tti* s^*^pct^iiiLf r session of^Congress has been discussed, and the opinion^quit** decide that a call for a session at^that time should be issued. Washington,Aug. 30.^The Indian liureau^has advices that the present Indian difficulties^originated with about 250 Cheyennes, Atapa-^(,^^.- :m i Sioux, called ^' Dog Soldiers.^ The^murders were committed against the wishes of^the other Indians. The Bureau deprecates^the commencem...

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. — 4 September 1868

iTJ.r.rtH. *' i f Jrifc'b' freed..rn,^^** '*** '^r^-l OV ^ ^'**'^^^'^,ajr***V ,.m*e. never heed nieis.^nrs,M '^n 1 ^,r ^^' l,rHT'*-^l^f *'Th saSSa ^ 'ur* d*aN*'r- '^* \. ,. -..1111.1 'i* ^1* ^'^^^eLmr tu ^ stranger. .'.\ . 11 ...^ ^:. Rlue. v f, (Trant Bovs in B'oe. k'^^^ ^ ^ ':,nt ,,i,h' Wix*'i M ' ti^ ^ atrancsr. TrfB^~,hT the Or^^ Boy* in Blue. ^r I'si'S ^*^v*'r'^- ^^' t in ; the m^.^^. ^ , ... ,i i'i-in. no 'ifv^f,^a j** ^ fj^j. ro the breeie. t** j,^,t easst rally. Wi' ,'ii renew, lirfcwW ^ t^tt!eand sally. ^ ^ ,;rant Bay* la Blwe. Mi.'lietl.e '^*^*r^.'t^i o* storm. : -i oil ' ltisstre*;^^' ^'fro^^stsxaSsaSM in batt'-. .^. ... t: .. rlioT ^^ i^.v. -t^ HrV r^t:lf rfy*^*0-fun it J laraa,#aV ,^ vwwr^^ ^^ Seas '*^p _ , rt eader was IMH^^'P'i'JijwoIv BaMesi deplore il^, Le '^' -!^Ttir-^I^^**.'^..^-. o^!ti^Jf ^^* n!,i **^^** ini^i ^I itie tine. '*'.. - ,tvv r. v-r. i.rart3^.V^ :n Blue.^*uV^r^ I* the' asBl l;^^'* :*' Blue. Ac.^i^t..'ic*r J'-r the nation, EaZaatie 'and ^r ****' .. - , ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 4 September 1868

TH-E MONTANA POST, FRJ DAY S K !: I MBER 4. RECONSTRICTION A PAILl'RE. TileGazette says it, and it must l^e so.^We will not. therefore, at present, ex^^press ourselves concerning any doubts^that we might have with regard to the^truth of the assertion, but may, per^^haps be allowed to search for the cause^ot this failure. The Gazette intimates^^ that ^Grant's regulars, the Bureau and^the negro militia^ are to be looked upon^as the great obstacles which stand in^the way of complete reconstruction, the^barriers which* stand between the na^^tion and its restoration to that perfect^peace which surpasseth all understand^^ing, and which the prophets of the un-^terrified tribe tells us is only to be se^^cured under Democratic rule. If we turn^back in the pages of history and read^those dark chapters of treason, which^tell us of the first years of the rebellion,^we shall there find recorded similar ar^^guments of the Democratic party. We^were told that the South could not be^conquered, that ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 4 September 1868

THEMO llfmm BBAU1 MM^jlH1' rodshelp t Ik-*!*** who help them- 'Innothing is this more true * .-aid t-^ ^^ur mining interests. ,-noujrhheen lying su- 'tar*^ waiting for thatun- r 1 that unreliable will-o-the- jCricapita!. Shall our Terri- rtilevalleys, its measure 1^ . .. gai stores of mineral wealth keteae*1wi- ourselves are . , our ,.^^!! l^est interests to *jjJjriii^*^ ^-heel-r wt.evt-rremain in tutelage ',.A.'n_.tr.ai! things to great^who ^peotany fatare for a vigorous clii; ntedly awaits the n.: '^' Kach man must * ^r li^ ...vm fortune. Mnil .t^^^t ti;. way, may furnish rud- a. : ^. h^t the haven of gainedby a dogged Bf~ an^l ^ eomtmgmmm effort on ..^ tie navigator himself. rhaveowrmioiagr interests looked :':vr.cnt moment. |( vmd eatalgaaaaMe silver a fair way to return n IM^ft We have at length so ... ^. .-try that we -::'.^ii th-- exact cost idc iii form a just esti- jhtBiaiaw o{ yield necessary . ,. r rir.u' outlay. Most of ltures^^f tort ign capital have ouraafortunateJy, w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 4 September 1868

THE M O N T A N A P O SI. V KID AY. SEPTEMBER 4. !en*W.\. .. un Willi^o r-mm TheMontana Post FRIDAY 'loltMM., SEPT. 4. HK AGENTS. HlWNSt MRSET. New York Time* Building.^41 Park Row. are tbe sole agents for MoNTAXk^Post. f^^r the Eastern State*. w.T. h VMII.P ^N. Port Kenton. Mla. j. Smith. Bannack. J.M. FisH, Sterling. Hot .Spring District. bf.iUSr.ER St allkx. Silver Bow. jam En stcart, Deer Lodge. WdkliKX*Co.. Hell ^;ate. W.I*. pARflONA, Gallatin City. T.nicholson Oerman Raich. of...I'F.RKY. Lincoln Oalch. Geo.Raich . Kadersburg. a.B. Hamilton, Sun River Crossing. H.H. Hathaawt. Highland District. F.ClIl RCH, Summit City. R.C. J^H.\i*oN. Biackfoot. Wh-:n W.Jmvks Reynolds'City Elk Creek^J. s. Williams. St. I^uis, Mo.^L. P. PL*her, San Pranciaco. Cal.^Henry Rierken. Argeota. H.ellis St Co.. Leesburgh, Salmon River Mine* w.davenport, Confederate Utllch. C.SEVERER, Boulder Valley. MONTi.omehv.Bear Onlchand adjacent nines. H.C. weiboli'. Butte City. ^!^^:.^fc ^t Kl: K Bear to-.vn. M. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 September 1868

THE POST. V V ^^w^^l^^'flfjf^i^f^J^, nS**^**** Mineral^' VgriicixltXTial and Commercial Interests ^^T Montana Territory OL.V. NO. L 1IELKXA, MONTANA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. / WHOLENO. 210 HeHoutnua Post. PublishedDaily and Weekly nvm ....t'A Pniilisiiiiig Company. rmmr.iilkoad i.kkmkon niensely to tbe wealtli ot the nation, ' MAINSl^ HELKXX .i:^ FALSEWATEMKHT^. rr, ^. , ^ _v- ,l^y the foundation of powerful Thecentral bar of the raHro.l, ^att, There would l^e no more talk ot n.uwineh1inproce,ar^inianutacturefori..going back to ,ivnizatinn^.. for civi^^Uestern America u, nearly completed. ; ,atioa xvouM ^ with us ^^and project, for ^ construction of ,he ' where mound us. and the Sta'e ot Mon- auxmarvIntra are already receiving con* 1 ^^ a , ^ . . ... *= con tana, rich and thriving, would be no siderahleattention. The uruer one of 1.. ^7^ .. , ~**u^ ulFr oue or longer ^out of the world, but serving these,running east and west is to be the up riches and luxuries to its people X.P. R. H....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 September 1868

E MONTANA PQSTE2llP^=SEPr E M B E R 11 THKLAST ^EM^IT10^. Inthis statement the Herald lies still a gt^ Jnrs w^ ^ to have a war of races, and JOINBT JOTTINGS. JfXmv.er five. Thelast sensational ***** which^ ^ Wp dW ,ute ^ M^j fhi, ^. |, ...^., ,|y ^,^ -^..^ -gr^^ ^.tt^IL r.The Central P. R. r.- -Brianarnjnsu.1 hascome over the wires to disturb the nervesot the Democracy of this TerrU^torj, is flashed from the^rreen Mountain andrefer our readers to our Wednes^^day's issue as proof of our statement^^ the willfloi^^[Jefferson, (Ten UltraKu dictthat it^Mississippi. Klux. manuscriptwhich our letter ^0^32^JtXJZST^ STS 1 was set up ^ received from Mr Kit. ^ ^s^^h.^ wTll'be iodeoen'- narytimw, and and resulted in a Kepubhcan majority treme, th we divuled it and public backbone and physical courage.^estimated at from 2^.f^00 to W.OOO. The, ., f ;t v. . ^. _anH hops^ to deceit the Northern people, and .| one half of it yesterday morning and m^ tfcMn belieTe ti^it it is only an ordinary ithe ot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 September 1868

THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. eMontana Post. Termsef Subscription: neyear... ^ .. zmonth*. . ;iree months...... ... rtatesof Advertising: *rds.5 line* or lee*. 3 month*. do. 6 month*..^^i^.do. 1 year.... ..-en hue* er !m. 1 insertion. . do. do.do. do.do.^.'.o. do. do.do.^do.^do.^do. ' insertion....^^J do.^I month, 2do. ]month... 5do. 3do. 6do. 1year |pendent: Two males and a bora* was* stole* trom JohnUarrigan. at Gold C-eek. two week* ago |A d.tch nine miles in length, from Nevada Creek to^Washington Gulch, will be completed in a few^i days.... the scarcity of water has compelled a sus pensionof work in Jefferson ^iulchDarin* the present'seasonthe mines of 8ilrer Bow hare been^doing better than for two year* before, but are now J* ^U^r^Uc^ ^^f wat*r-^ - Where water is to^M 2^ 5f^Clellan Gulch, the miners are doing well.^......WaJUce s Bar. a new discovery in Pikes Peak * j ^,, b^r*** two hundred feet wide, andwill pay from eight to twenty dollars per day^to the handA rewar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 September 1868

THEMONTANA POST. FRI PAY. 8EPTE 115ER It. JOI2lEV JOTTJMV SaltLake los*s a sojourner ^Mormon (amities^^Progress ofih-t Railroad^Green River City^^Ben tor ^ The c^rs captured^Cold on Laramie^^Cheyenne^Wizard s Work^Rocky Moun^^tain Excursionists. Wm found. by practical t**st. that a ,^Montanian can spend three days pleas-^autlj beneath the, shade trees : iu hear*^ing of the rippling waters: enjoying^Mod c mp:^ny, luscious fruits and trag- I^rant Havana* in Sa't I^ake City. We !^found a!so that toron-^ ^ ^^ .id get a ticketto Omaha, and, by ^^v ot change. 1^procured oum. and at T o'clock on the^evening af a Sunday so quiet and henuet- '^ically sealed, we presume, by Brlgbam -^sealing process that it wm perfect!y in-1^tolerable, paid our board and i^onrded i^the coach, giving the driver a new pa-^pal collar to induce '..'.m to be a little^careful how he dr^v* the six biT^bitin_-^bays o, th^ Overland. On- doe* not see much, travelling^t^r night, in a stsge coach, with the cur^tain* down...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 September 1868

4(^ I/. THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. 5 ionhtoVmfhatn1 vmnn^: *^ch li^ht' deem* of M1,l court therein to the Sn*^Ol^to^U7 000 torch- pwme Court ^ the Unit BJ.'Pi'R TFD FOR THE k*08Ty^fortification* on Hit- l^H^-iilc Tin-i ^1 ITI^tH^dC*il I^^*i*ti-^mcnt. .nuti^Like laaof^ivcc %^f ilu*^Soiilli. Gen4 nil tieeS Letter. iit';titilicaii l^i^iiioii^tratittn in C'lticHvo. XmBrule ami 'iiiv * *^ii!Vslcr alion. Bcmrgfaa^l I In* \c^roc\^Something I'lcctricai. orti^n Xf^^. LAn Omaha ^^BBSS^a says^ta it it i- ^ ted that a lar^e body of Chey-^e :ir^^ muviii^ north, intending to strike^t i*:ici5c Railroad near Julerburg. (Jen.^Aujur'i trooi.-i will ^nii'avor ^ti intercept L'otnmisiu.t^^rs have accepteil another^tion of the Pacific road, bringing it about^^ mile* west of I^nt ^n. ADnW dispatch report* Indian depreda-^;^ns in all parts of the Territory. Many^^ iites art* b^ing murdered. London,S^^j^t. 4.^Reverdy Johnson made a^eech at th* annual f^*ast of the cutlers, at^SMSsssi, yesterday,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 September 1868

6 THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. REPORTED FOR THE POST. lo*t Otllco Fraud*. MMpMn atfuinM Roll in*. (.nai I ii ^^ at taratoffH. Ko^ ^ riui^ tonvt rv ^. Ft'niina. VermontElection. Democratic*Convention*. Turkir.liAtroefties. rorci.u\e\t^. tretail 1 ii^urrc^*tion. \%ar^ and Kunior* or War. Vermonti:ieetion. John Bull and our CMMM^Treaty. TheWar in Arkan^a^. Rc|nl^li^:m Nomination*. IndltmI^ei^re^latlon*. PoliliealM^. Kiotin 4 orli. Havre.September 2nd, 18*8.^Korsakoff,^the Governor of E^nrn Siberia will soon hold^a conference with tLe representative* sent^^pecially by the Chinese Government to settle^th^ disputed boundaries between fciberia end^Ohina. Boston,Sept. 2.^The Democratic State^'.. mention met at Faneuil Hail to-day, over^1100 delegates being '.resent. Henrv W.^Prince was cho^en i_ hnirman. John Q. Adams^^a.^ nominated for Governor, and Reuben Xo-^ble for Lt. Governor: Cha^. IJ. Comb, for Sec^^retary of State; llenry Arnold, for Treasurer;^. Devereux, for Auditor; W...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 September 1868

TB E M ON TANA P OS T. F RII) AY, SEP TEMB E R U 7 No(33 Alain St Griffith ^ Thompson. Sobers. Wiigerta Co., P. FINK 4 C( audretail dealer* to Cu s t (^ m - 31 i^ ^1 *' Gents' Ladies' Boys' U-K '.. i. ^- in*t received mir first train, courpris-^in all ami every variety of I^ h ^t and Sli^ ^es. a.*, a full assortment of IpiMT ;uifl ^^olr lA-utlier. and^^hoe-fior.ing, which ire offer at Wholesale.i^^l^l^inu i*rlcc^ : Bootsms.ie to ^wil^r and repairing don*-. \^. ^^'^ MAIN iTBEET. el-.Ttf EMi.lsiVKI.1 Dealers, Contractors, AND Manufacturers, IN*AJ.I. KIM'-' OF LUMBER,LATH, sin.v.i.h's, j^ooi:s. SASHAND BLINDS, Andall kin 1$ of JiI I L1) IXG MA TERI A L, PIONEER TANNERY, MillCreek,^MONTANA TERRITORY \\*K are now prepared to furnish a superio^IT ^|tialit^ of the {following kinds of*^anned at the s PIONEERTANNERY. andwarranted K-iUrtlin Tannage. Finish and Durability to the^very beat qua !lty of Easter tanned Leather. \STK prwpar-d to Contract f..r th^^ erection ot^^^ QUARTZ MILLS, UiVKLU...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 September 1868

TTTF MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 I TheMontana Post. FRIDAY'I 11 1 It AKh.VT*. HlTsSo*4: Mf.XKT. New Vcrk Timr^ Building.^41 Park Row. are the sole agents for MOTTAXA^Post, for the Eastern State*. w\T. HAMILTON. Port Beaten. Mr.A. J. Smith. Bannack. j.M. Ff~h. Sterling. H^t Spring District. BEI.LIXGERA. ALL*.*. 8:1 ver Bow. JamesStt akT. Deer Lodge. \v .Ki^Fx * ^ *'^.. Heii Gate.^W. P. Parsons. Gallatin City.^T. Nichouwji. German Gulch.^Geo. I'kiiki Lincoln Gulch.^^^Eo. RaI'CM , Kadersburg.^A. B. Hamiliox. .-ud Kivsr Crosnfag.^H. H. Hathaawv, HighlsMd District.^P. chi KCB. Sornmit City.^K. C. JOrTXSoV Black foot. WE6LETW. Jones, Reynolds' City, Elk Creek^J. S. Williams, St. Louis. Ho.^L. P. Fimieb, San Francisco. Ca!.^Henet Riekdex, Argent*. II.ELLIS A Co., Lnesburgh, Salmon RiTer Mines^W. Davenport, Confederate Gulch.^C Bemeres, Boulder Valley.^MONToomrrt. Bear Gulch and adjacent vine*^H. C Weibold, Butte City.^^eort.R M. Brock. Beartowu, V. T.^Da vie WlLCOR, Baseman City THE...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 September 1868

THEMONTANA POST. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 11 uBaker Bro., ie\to, !rI^sita^ \. Veand t^ta:i dealer* in every desert. Supplementto the Montana Post. erchandise, Ranchman.Miners and FreigLter*.^* great inducements to cvb buy ^^!-^;^.-.^t^a l^rfr^ stock of goods which must^We receiving L^. 8. currency TPAE. firesmade f^: REPORTED FOE THE POST. Tin- ^^outli*Tii ^ onfV^lcra^-3^Rt-\ N ^ ^l. 11 It ^^^Jill of^t ion. CriticalMUhUm i^ Mmm or- (.iMimiicMl loroc *cnl to Itt-vtrtlj MaiM in r^iitfiaii^l. I.oiulotiTiim-^^^n America. 4.rentrioodinVru York and^llrookl} n. Foreignand Hi*oe!lnneoii%. The^ie^^rKia l.e^i*lalure Re-^*^m^^tru^*t* ItaffiK AKiiilroad Train Destroyed. TerrildeI^i*a^ter on the lake*. Iltliuou* Kiot in England. dUUTBCa AnlMl Revenue^01li^-c-r^^. S:\eitenieiitover Whelan'*^trial. European^Jon\enlion of the^\\ orkiug Jit n. Fearful Railroad Aeeident. an,Re|^nl^li^-an C\^n\ention. INditieal9wtUrw$sm in k). FenianArrest In England. AovaSetitiaAtlair*. EnulaiKland Ameriea. Thel^nl^lie l^el...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 September 1868

SaltLake los^s a sojourner-Mormon lanj^Progress ofth^ Railroad^Greer. Kiver^Benton ^ The c^rs captured^Gold or. L^^Chsyanne^sYiiards Wora-Sochy f^tam Excursionists. lr practical t^-^t. Y .---a*^i W found^Mootani in can^autly h^-i.-.t:!. tL^- ^^...i I-^ing laf th^* rippling wrat* r-^ :^tjood c Uijviiiy, luscious tru'its no^rant Havanas in Salt Lake I 1observe their parole^* where they recide. andthe laws in force Chicago,bept. 11.^The Republicans of^t Kansas hare nominated (ieneralJ. M. Harvey fMd also ti:at lor $198 one ^ I .1^ticket to Omaha, and. by wnv of^procured ^^:^^;. a.Ti at ^ o'clock^evening of a Sunday so ijuiet aud.^ically sealed, we presume, by Br1^s^*ali!ij process, that it was perls,^tolerable, paid our Ixmrd and^:li^- coach, giving the driver a I^jw-r collar to induce ;.'.ui to o^r^careful how he dr jt ^ the .^ix ^^!^ays ^^; t h^* Overland. iln^ ' i - Ml see in ICS, trave^t^r uitihi. in a st:'^: ^ c ^ach. witt^tain* down and no moon up. e^when t'.iey :.r - a-deep. So ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 18 September 1868

THEMONTANA P V Newspaper, Devoted to tlie Mineral. .Vsri-icwlmral and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. VOL.\\ NO. 2.HELENA. MONTANA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18,WHOLE NO. 211 TheMontana Tost. PublishedDaily and Weekly mytin MontanaPost Publishing Company. no. . maix s'r.. hklkna! (.KO.n.PINNK),-T1A^A^.KK. THE IAHTHQI.1KKIN^A.UFHK 1. solTH anri iti* shocks were still felt on the 10th. Aidr all Ki^ni^*^^ Criiiinun^at^iKi9^^ MOWTANA POST PUB. CO/^A Mmtl Corrrespi.odence f^-r Puh'leatioo,^EDITOR MONTANA POST jThe telegraph informs us that oiie of^; those most awful and unforeseen catas^^trophic*, an earthquake, has just visited^'he coast of Peru and Ecuador, laying^iu ruins two considerable cities and^eleven smaller towns and destroying^thirty-two thousand people. We do^not wonder that the wires bring us an^interrogation point to place after the^figures, for that thirty-two thousand^i^eopte. living iu a narrow strip of coun^^try, should pass from life to death in an ult.,at uueneedHo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 18 September 1868

Ja 2 THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 CANYOI DO BETTER) Weaddress ourselves to those who^contemplate leaving the Territory, or^who are dissatisfied with it, and we wish^them to carefully consider the answer^to the question- It is not sufficient to^say that you once made two dollars in^Montana where you are now earning^only one ; that the mines you are work^^ing are not as remunerative as formerly,^or that wages have been reduced. It is^not sufficient to glance at the past to^see what you have done, but you must^look to the future to see what you can^do ; to see whether you can do better^in any other portion of the country than^here. Consider whether it is policy lor^you to expend a month's time and a^considerable sum of money in getting^to the end of the railroad, there to work^for fifty dollars per month and board,^and be thrown ont of employment in^midwinter, when the lowest wages paid^here are sixty dollars per month and^board, with a prospect of steady woik.^Consider whethe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 18 September 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. TheMontana Post Termsef Subscription: Onecopy, owe year.^^ 00 do.^ six month*5 00 do. three month*.3 50 Hatesof Advertising: MmmCards. 5 lines or Igm, .1 month*..^ I 00 do. do. do. 6 ^^xmtas,.-10 00 d*. do. do. 1 year15 00 On*square, ten line* or less. 1 Insertion. ..4 00 do. do. do. 8 d*.^# do. do. do. 1 month10 00 d... ...... d^. 2 do13 ( .1.. Jo. do. 3 do15 00 ,1... do. do. fi do. 25 00 do. ia, -to. 1 year35 00 ^sr.. sonar*. 1 insertion6 00 do. * do. 8 00 do. I month,12 00 do. do1* 00 d... :l do24 00 do. ^ do40 00 do. 1 year6.^^ 00 On*eighth polurnn. 1 insertion1 00 do. ^do. 5 do12 00 do. do. 1 month.W 00 do. do. 2 do95 00 do. do. 3 do. 30 OO do. do. 6 do. 5^1 00 do. do. 1 yew'0 00 ~ne-^LxtL column, 1 insertion^^10 00 do. do. 2 do15 00 do. . do. 1 month20 00 do. do. ^ do.30 00 do. d... 3 do.36 00 do. do. 6 do.55 00 do- do. 1 year80 00 One-fourthcolumn. 1 iasertion.12 00 do. do. J d.1^ 00 do. do. 1 month24 00 do. do. 3 do3o 00 do. do. 3 do. ...

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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 18 September 1868

THEMONTANA POST, FBIDAY, SEPTEM BER 18. 1 PAMMPI TOI R. nlm15rrthree. Ahi informed you in a former letter,^the citizens of Virginia and specially^the ladies are very fond of excursion*,^it is no uncommon thing for a dozen ot^them to start m^F at daylight, on horae-^Lack, and spend the day in some of the^mmeroua places favorable to pic nics,^which srefbcnd in the mount sane within ..py distance. At the head of Alder^Gulch and overlooking it with its frown- ngsummit, riven by earthquakes, and^seamed with numerous ravine* and ris- ng to a height of 8.000 feet above the^level of the aea stands Baidie mountain,^the grandest landmark in this portion ot^the Territory. During spring and part :the summer months it is invariably^covered with snow, and when the sun^becomes **fficiently intense to dissipate^this snow cap, Alder Gulch is filled with^water, which pours into it from the de- ivitiesof old Baidie. Some miners and^a lew citizens have ventured the hazard -^^ task of ascending this cra...

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. — 18 September 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. UKPORTED EftR THE POST I'riffhtrulEarthquake.^Thirl\-l\%o I liou^aii^t Lis*** '1Iioii^mii^1^l.o%l Iuo^ iiii* and Eleven Town*^l^e^lro^e^t. Ioreign and Jfi*cellan^^OU^^. Trialof \\ bclan. ShermanCall* Tor Indian^Fishier* Kt-piiblicanDemonstration in^\e\% Orleans. E'anama K^ \ olutcs lirasilian%eeouni^. ThePrussian Army. r* a^-e l*ro*pret lu Europe. Th vfuiur Eleetion ^ toni-^itrciil* or Hie Pre**. iout ictiou of Wlielau ^ His^*^-nteiiee to Death. TheWLM Eleetion. .iO.oOORepuhltean Ifajorit}. (.realKejoieiiitf. The^^^.^^ion ol Iwiicrrcss. rorei^ii and *1 i^^-^ llaueoii*. ar^tog^,New York, Sept. 10.^ After the^;.^-.cultural meeting last evening, Governor^-.vn.our was serenaded at the Union Hotel by^i .^ political friend.^. He thanked them for^lbs rmnrlimeflt, and raid he wculd ever re- mber with pleasure bis virit to Saratoga,^lie tbea introduced General tirauger, who idthat as Seymour was the foremost man in i tbeEnglish ship Chancellor and the ...

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