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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 18 September 1868

6 THE MONTANA POST, FRI DAY^EPTEMBBB OFFICEHS OlMontana .4uricnlinMe chanicalA .1*1 nerial AMOclatloa. President^ (iOVEKNOR GREEN^CLAY SMITH. VicePresident^^i EN. SOE MERE^^DITH. TreasurerJ A M ES KING. K*Q. SecretaryW. E. CULLEN. GeneralSuperintendent^COL. D. B.^JENKINS Boardok Dirkctors.^Major J. F.^Forbia. fsHFsl and Clarke County ; Wes^|m S Travis, Lewis and Clarke County ;^Col. W. L Irvine. Deer l^odge County^C. P. Higgins. Missoula County^Vantdburgh, JeflV-rson County^Canipel!, iiallatin County. Philip Thorpe,^Gallatin County. Exkittive^Crmmittee.^Hen. Sol.^Meredith. James Kin*:. Maj . J.F. Forbis,^John H. Mini,', W. E. Cullen, Henry^Thompson. RILi:S A \D kkiiL'LATlOXK. sourcesof the country, and by showing what^we are, and have, and can be, invite immigra^^tion mad capital from abroad. Wetelj upon the energy and enterprise of^our citizens to make this, the first Annual^Fair, a success^to prove, by the display of^the Agricultural, Mechanical and Mineral pro^^ducts of the count...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 18 September 1868

f dist dis.^*q^p^n^-nt|^ni^j^on^itaim^niona^lofti.^^wn^little,^. an^*rs q^litt)^*T into^troljj^rni^^mpi^F. c 1IID 1and^com ll SJij Ther* aid tients Griffithk Thompson, dealers. Contractors, fanufacturers, rn arto ted- ofm Icon* *poa ad THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 7 Snyders,Wingert ^ ^^., PIONEER ax d INALL KIN!** OF A.MRER,LATH. S///X'.LX8, DOOMS, SASHAND BLINDS, TANNERY, MillCreek, MONTANATERRITORY AndaSI kinis.of BUILDING MA TKill A L, Eare dot prepared to ftaniifh a iuperio^quality of the (following kind* of^anaed at the W 1M0\EEKTANNERY, yi rTO prepared r^^ Contract for the erection of^r yl AIM /. MII.1A DWELLINGS, ud all ,lofbv.*inehiiuw*. 7'o\/-.\HUICK OR FRAME I*^U1 ^ LSO keep constantly en han^l a ehoice as- GROCERIES ANDWARRANTED Equalin Tannage. Finish and Durability to^very beat quality of Easter tanned Leather. the FAMILY AT roKi:ox n^aiio street. K iwiirr th^^ pnblic that wi'h our facilities^fur material*, we ran take contract* at the IctmIflgires- .KKIf'Kand...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 18 September 1868

8 THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 Thelloiituiia Post. tatioaof this rorcenus fairy *; eci. cle wa- i^witnessed by a larre and highly intelligent , FromW ednesdav's I^aily.^That Lkttkr.^Some sensational, tatirel. ihid v v ^^amiWi s OlIt AfiBRTt, 18 emVork T^rs^'^ Binldioe I an^l^I'l Pi'k K.esr are tie-a^-nt^ ft.- MontaVa I ^Tfir 'he Ras'ern ^t*tes.^\. T hami'.P.v PbSI H~nt.Mt. A.J 8MITH. M.i-,- ..^M k^Tl Surl rig. H^4 tfprin* L^t,^ ^^I ^^!-. H( a A 111-: Si'-, er :vmfk mt^ aijt. IWt ledge.^v.-.^m^k** L'o., Heit Oate.^w. h. TaKjoxs, Uaiiatin City. tmcnotaaa iifnui onieii liKn.I'V.KKV Liric^dn tinleh.^Ola Rtl'ch . Kadersbnrg.^a. B. IIamii.tox. Sna River C^MalM|^H. II. IlATHAAWY il e- i.tn^i l)^*^r . k.Oil Hi li. Summit Citv.^K. O. John-ox. Blackf^K^'t. WmnW. J'iNM. Reynolds City. Klk Ctes^k. J.S. W'lI.I.i imh, St. Lunis, Mi^. L.1*. KlMifcK. Sen r'runciwo. Cat.^HKNBV RlKBt'KN. Arr^n^t^. U.bum ,v , .) !..e-buritb. Salmon River Mi-ie.^\* 1^A\ kM'UKT, l^^ufadri^f* (iulfb.^C. BkjW.KK...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 25 September 1868

\ THE 'Aa * POST. Newspaper, Devoted to the Mineral, Agr*icnltixi'al and Commercial Interests or Montana Territory. VOL.V, NO. 3. HELENA, MONTANA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1868. WHOLENO. 212 nt: Tliefloutann Post. PublishedDaily and Weekly BYTHE MontanaPost PoWisliiiu Company, NO.x^ ^ MAIN ST., HELKXA. MbMall Busineae CeramnoK-atioM. MONTANA POST pub. co.^' MlMh1! c.rrreepoodenee for Publication,^EDITOR MONTANA post the charges and THEIR^K^M ^UATIO^. Bridge.In liia paper ot May 31st he^claims he addressed via Deer Lodge. I^to^^k the package to his office, and Wil^kiii.-v^n himself added via Jefferson^Bridge. The same day liis papers for^MM Mast came to the office the same N. Art Oiiluit IW.l ^ Tie ^ h.rg^s and their Fuiindatioa ^ I*^it Iiij'M*ra.t:c^More Liirl.t^Tae Her- -I':r-^ I'age^Advie* r'vi'uwnl-Oiir Ioter-^^ -1 .in i ^^^{'^ --The v'|^aoi^L Ii..iirre^-!!on. I t^ E8^TW Piwf ll^ Paieaana^^ILe Agricul^^tural fair^A Statistical iaafcty-GrnvvCtjaqM Cm- !^-r^d ^ '^ Parson'*^ l**j^er^ ^...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 25 September 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, SET T KM BE K J5. IIII. PK^Jtl*K^T. tionof Orant Theresult of llM elation in Maine I ^^dered certain On the same^Lxl 1-Jut ^^ tltr int., the gsj^fc^f-^^MsWa%^- oocnr ..Pennsylvania,^can rank- in every jiortion of tbe Cnion Thegreat falling ofT in the Kepublican come flashing over the wirea at^vote which ^ru predicted by the Demo- tim^ wiI1 denote the result cratirpress has not taken place, but. on '^the contrary, it baa been increased^1H.0U0, snd the majority doubled. Be- andColfax may be con- U wil1*^ ^**^* rmi^**r olll**re Onthe same day the , have improved their cattle, horses*. ulea,sheep and poultry, and how he figure*that i can put money in his purae by following^that ' their example tthe Presi dentialelection. DEVELOP. forethe election the New York World^said, ^the first PSaJ contest is in Maine.^^and added, ^there have iteen unmiataka- .^ble evidences that the reaction, which '^has affected nearly every State in the 1^Cnion where a legitimate electi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 25 September 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25. 3 TheMontana Post. Terms*f Subscription: ... a* ywar^^ thr Kalesof Advertising: fCants. 5 ^,iu*e ^^r3 Moatb*. d.tin.do. 6 MM !^^^!^^.d^^. 1 year Maaaa**a t*t. Ran ^^ lrr+, 1 iDwrrti. i. 4m ^!^^. d.^.3 do. 4*i^io. I anncth d.. 2 do. *^ d*^ do.3 do. .... c.as no. I d^^ do.do. .lo. I rev SJ*Njuami. 1 iuwrti.-o, do.o do. dc.1 aionfh dr.^^ do do.I do. d.ti do. ;^^i vt-i^r 'm ffirit aaflassa 1 :i.^ort;on do.'do. 9 do. Ido. ' month !^^.i do io.do. .'i do. do.do. ^; do. d.. 1 your Oi^ ^ ii!irn!u!^n, 1 .r.^ rt...: uo. I do. do. 1 month i^. 0 do do. B do. d.. 6 do do. 1 year !onn.1 insertion e no .5 00^. 3 50 ti lO 1000^i.-. HI 4tlO Sn.E^rue's Mill.^Th^ mill of Gen. R. | Ta* Staw* Robber*.^We Irani from thr^C. Ewing at Georgetown is up. and will W I Idaho Statesman that two af the recently ar-^roady to start as loon as ^ competent anial- 1 tested stage robber!, J. F. Wheeler and ti. R.^pmatoe can be obtained. Here c a chance, tfrrare, made their escape ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 25 September 1868

THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25. REPORTEDFOR TUE POST. Biotin \ew Orlcunv tutorial I.aix^r Convention. RevolutionIn Italy. TheKpanith liiMirr^*^'tion. TheWlioie Country In Arm*, i at^li^-:*t;oii of the ^|ize^-n f^e- |^iiiaiidV^1, HeartRemlins Accident. Polities of the Wa^hi^ij;lon^4^t^iii ft. TrottingExtraordinary. Tht'^F. F.**^ or Montana. TerrihSeF.iploaion. riftArctic Expedition. Tra'^'^ of sir .lohn Franklin. September **c^^^Ion ^^f (on-^trrc- x. Evidence*of an Indian War.^Foreign and Itliftcelkmcou*..^llcbcl Outrage* in WLllstfl Mjf.^The Situation at PHMHMh^Violent Hurrieane.^Southern EegUlalure*.^Fearful Riot In Cieorsla. uprootedtrees, destroyed houses, and did drat of the Senate aad the Speaker of the^much damage to the shipping.Howe should now adjourn their respective Utica,Sept. 21.^A convention of colored j houses until the 16th of October, and then,^citizens met in nura meeting held to-^ight at unless otherwije ordered by the two houses to^Court House Square. Resol...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 25 September 1868

/(j i ;i r8 o THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25. THEWEMT Awoolen mill is to be erected at La Grande,Oregon. Theyare talking of building a btreet^railroad in Portland, Oregon. TheMechanic's Institute Fair at San^Francisco, closed on the 1:2th inst (kMMHsHiquantities of fruit are^b^ing hauled from Walla Walla valley^to Idaho. AC relational Church is being^erected at Walla Walla. The building^will be an ornament to tho town. Onthe 6th inst., all the prisoners in^the couuty jail, at I'eutral City, Color-^ad^. ^ s a;^ -1, but were all recaptured. 10,1K)0 tons of breadstuff* were tthipped^from S^n Francisco to Australia for the^ten days ending August 21. SILVERBOW. DryDiggings^A Ditch Across the Rocky Moun^^tains^Winter Work Tor All ^ Bright^Prospects ^Employ memt for 3,000 Men-^Sales of Mines. iEditor Post: The principal topic of^| conversation is our dry diggings, and ithe great Pioneer and Rocker Water^| Ditch now being constructed under the^i superintendence ot that energetic com*...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 25 September 1868

6 THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25. .tampeded 1,900 head of stock within tight of^I Pood Cityi which passes yesterday aad were^going to California. This herd belonged t*^about 36 Texans, who have their familee with^I them. A company of colored cavalry went^I in paisuit. Lata report* etate* that all the^1 horse* were recaptured after a chase of fifteen^miles. I(Montgomery, Sep*. 16.^The Legislature^met in extra session to-day. Governor Smith^' rent in a short message, which relate* almost^entirely to the duty of providing a registra^^tion law. I Belgrade, Sept. 6.^Reports have been re-^, ceived that a battle has been fought between^, the Turki.-h troops and the Bulgarian insur^^gent*. The latter made the attack but ware repairedafter a desperate fight and dtiven^back to their line.^Official Journals concur in declaring that^) tbe postponement of recruiting by order of^I th* King is a sure pledge of peace. London,Sept. 16.^It is reported in Paris^that the speech of the King of P...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 25 September 1868

and lUfc ling Ui 02 THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25. FORSALE! Swyders,Winjert ^ Co- pioneer AFINKfan, fear mi 1m East of MimouU^Mill-, on the road to Dwf Lois;-. and 1ying immediately on the great thorouf -fare^from Oregon t^^ the M^ ^ ^' X A N v ^i 1 N Bflk ibisplace u highly improved with a com^^fortable frame how, one and one-half sto^^ne* high, fire rooms, rtabls^. corarb and all^th^ necessary outhouse*. A young and^thrifty orchard, irrigating ditche* and plenty^^^: water to iood the field* at any season. Alto,a field of sixty acre*, and good '^n the opposite side of the river. Allmi the above property will be told in^one lot, at reasonable rates. For terms apply W.U.S. HMOnp, on premies| to furnish a .apsri. orW order, ft Co.. MuaoalaMilU. \\ q^ljfy ^f t'h, ,f^^Uow,n|r kiods of anaeif at the TANNERY, MillCreek,^MONTANA TERRITORY ^!ittiih ^ Thompson. Manufttetureni o Dealers. Contractors, Manufacturers. 1s am. kind*, of LIMBER,LATH,^SASH AND BLINDS, Andall k.nls or 'p _.r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 25 September 1868

THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25. TheMontana PosJ. VRID41 MOUMNf., M. I'l. 95 or*acfw. SumTreks.^Nine-tenth* of the rewaea-^cm of Denver, are provided with shade tree*.^Wbkt reason is there that the city of Helena^fhould not be similarly ornamented. The^trees are to he obOsxned in abaadance a ear at^hand, and the experiments already tried with [unto*tc menkt. New York Tirxu Buildint;. i them, hare giveu proof that they can, with^j, park Bow are tbe a^l^ asreate for Moxtama j proper care, be made to lire and flourish^I'out for tbe Eastern States.I when transplanted. Whatever our city has to w.T. Hamilton. Part Beatoa.j boast ot on the account of its business acliv- BfR.a. j. Smith. Raana*-kjtyf jt certainly has bo rery great claims to !beauty. In no better manner can its appear^^ance be improved than by tbe plan11^!^ ^'^shade trees, and we therefore, hope our citi-^^ens will follow the example set by Denver. of the '-Post J.at t'ua. Swlinar. Hot Spriae- District.^Br.i ijm.e* at...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 2 October 1868

THEMONTANA POST. V Newspaper, Devoted to tlie Mineral, Agricultural and Commercial Interests* of Montana Territoi-.v VOL.V, NO. \. HELENA. MONTANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1868. WHOLENO. 213 PublishedDaily and Weekly BYTUB MontanaPost PnfiDsMnz Company. .'^^. ^-^ . M A. I v s T., IIKLKXA. .i:o. PUIII( ^ \\a^;i.u. Addressall ItusineM Ceroniuuicatioas, MONTANA POST PUB. CO. AJJrmall CoumpoDiltntf f^^r Publication,^^ EDITOR MONTANA POST CONTENTS. I'AliKlAr^|tii:t*l of Mr. Piaaaj lasiin ivn-^OaSSJPBM^Treaty with the Iiartnacks^The Fair I'AflE2^Denotation of the South^Wonderful^Attempt at Aa*h^* t.H* '.-^^ The Oth^r Ox^The^IsrC r^-nut.-^l- Shootin* of Ex ^:^v Beall n HIMhv^taiarO* s. w n-^ii TheS..uth American Eeartb^uake^Political Kuru|e. I'AOE.T^ tmmt New*^ Cr.^n^r^ In^'|'^^^*^^^Traveling-t'^rr-^-.. -.' i.e ^ N.^ r'^r^-e u.i' Keal- ityf.air^ of the I* ^^Proclamation. PAOI4^Ku Kluv^ ' P^i*inV Papern -Kurope^^I^nite^i States ajrainst ^!eo. M. Pinney^Mininjr^Items ^OhMHM Lan^i Entries ^ A Card...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 2 October 1868

THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2. MMVTIO^ Ol' THE NO! Til. wo\Di:itpil iTTFnpr h.\H%t ^ .\tion, We have heard of Pandora's Box atAS- tmk slander riHCI l 1want you to go out ot the office for you^have a revolver in your hand.^ I start-^Those statements of that slanderous ej for the door of ^the Counting Koorn {the ISth ini^t we I We have heard ol I'anaora s box. mow nmcuicuw 01 mm ^i^uuciuu^ : rt ior me uoor 01 me Loumiuj;^,der this caption.com- j Cinderella's .Upper, a hundred handed letter published by the Fall Kiver .V. ^*, in order to ascertain the trouble, and^.: -Horace ^ ireeley an i fifty headed Briareus, and A.adin s ! and popularly supposed to have been . ^^nof^^^il portionot the counting^which the difficulty took place. When^nal, now connected with the Jit raid I arrived near the door I saw Mr. Beall Inthe GaUttf of^notice an article un^mencing as JoIIowl inc mimenting uj the Ro*ecran9-Lee I lamp, of Siiums' excavation. Siamese written by a former attache of t - corresp...

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

THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2. TheMontana Post Termsef Subscription: do. d... oneyear..... - - sixmonth* threemonth*.., tUtesof Advertising : essCard*. 5 line* or less. 3 numlli*.^ilo.do.do. 6 month*. .!..do.do. 1 year nenjuit'e It-ii linn or less. 1 insertion. do *(iirm. A*do.^do. .1...do.^do. do.^ii.scrti.rn, do. 4a.i month, ]^V do. d.:^ ^1^- Jo.* do. d!I year Oa* eighth co.umu. 1 insertion.. d...^do. S do. do.d^^. 1 month,... do.do\. - do. do.do. t do. do.do. 6 do. do.do. 1 year Or.e-sixthcolumn. 1 insertion.... .!..do. -2 do. do.do. I month, .1...do. 2 d^ .i.,. do. :t do d..d... ti dm d.. ^i^. 1 j^t One-lourthc.'iimn. i insertittn... do. 1month. 2do. 3do.^ti do.^] year . _.-t : vet. Sixte^n thousand dollar* of^this was .^melted by F. Bohtn ^ Co. day be^^fore yesterday. The ground above Diamond^i* I .v ^' -and that camp still retain* it* reputationof being the best in the country.^Mr. Metcalf proposes soon taking a trip to^California and America. We surmise that be^may come...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 2 October 1868

TTTF. MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2. Kt -KLI X. Formonths the Democratic press at^^tempted to force upon the people the be^lief that the Ku-Kiux-Klan wu merelj^a bugaboo^a kind of jack o'lantern ar^^rangement invented by a numlier of^jovial fellow* for the lofty purpose of^frightening negroes and playing games^upon Radicals But the performances^of this band have become of so practical^a nature that even the Democratic press^can no lonjrT term them jokes ; and it^is acknowledged by all parties that there^exists in the United States a formidable^secret organization, made up to a great^extent, at least in the Southern States,^of the former members of the Confed^^erate army, ami having for its object the^annihilation of everything that is ,-Rad-^ical^ an.l thu establishment of those^principles in the interest of which the^rebellion was inaugurated and prose^^cuted. As to how this society proposes^to effect its objects is the point upon^which the two parties differ; the Dem^^ocrats cla...

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

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2. 5 ThePeace Collar*'**. TheSpanish KolK'llion \lxlieatiou*tf MM ^l.it'cii. PllBfijlH l ire at Wheeliii!^\ ir^'inia. FourMve^ l-0^t. Tli- IdfTMl of LnMHM, ReportedTlire:^I*. Madridremain* quiet. Not a rerolation-^| ary move baa been made in the Xorth-Eastern province*. Theofficial journal* of Paris, reflecting the^feeling* of the Emperor Napoleon, apprehend^the effect* of the great revolution so near^France, and are seeking in leading editorial*^to discourage the movement, bat it is gen^^erally believed here that the revolution will^be successful and result in the expulsion of^the Bourbons, and probably in the accession^of the Montpensier to the Spanish throne. Adi-paten from Paris says that Gen. Prim^with a fleet of iron clads was expected at^Barcelona yesterday. NewOrleans. Sept. 28.^The wrath of the^negroe* at the veto of the negro equality^bill is unbounded. Threat* against Gov. War-^uiouth are reported. In the House Mr. Irebele,^colored, said,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 2 October 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2. REPORTEDFOR THE POST. C'n|rrca^ioiiul Nominal ion*.^^ ol. ror^)ll^^' uikI flic lii^limi*.^Tht' *|^ani^li lit lM-llion.^Fornii^lut^le Proporlion*.^Tin- 4 amilla Tlit^^^^Here. If ASpooiimii of ltc^ onotruclcil^NMlMh l*olili al Kiot at ^a^li\ille. i:\ilviii^-nl at IMP Orlean*. Iro^;r^'^^ of tlit' Campaign. Burningof the Slelila. rort-itfiiami MiM rllant'ou* TheMtnation In Alabama. Tli*'Enlinr Con grew*. u^livill^*Election. |r*^^^nlt'Ml I'icnc. ^olitiral \ott'^. Tii *i|^niii*li 16^'hellion ReliefOpen Fire on Cadiz. Che Snrratt Trial. 4^t^l ^Vllow.hip. European^^'*%^^, Chinese Em^a**y in EngUui. Iiiinivli ^e Ir^isre* Iroee^*inn Mn. ofTan- nfthe ^panMi R^- hellion. Ii^lrihntioii of Annuities to^the ISaiinaeko. PoliticalAote* from dicorgiu. EraneeMrcngf lit'iiing it* Fron-^tiers MirrultIMm harmed^\ 4 ahiaet 4gii^.'*tioii.^^'earful Battle with lmlian*.^Outrage* in Arkansas TheSpanish Ketolnlion to he A^^uorc^w. Hioeellaneon*. Pari*.Sept. 23.^Madrid is qu...

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

7 T^^ ^^:{ Main St^P. FINK 4 CQ WHOLESALE an.!retail dealers in . II ^ 1 ^^ 111 - ^I si ^l ^ Gents' Ladies' Ufannfactarem^^i Boys' Misses' lirE have junt received our first train, coaaprla*^^ ^and every variety of Bootand Slioe^. also,a full aiwortirrnt of l|^|MT and Sole l,callit r. andahi'^*-fiuding, which we offer at Wh^^l^^%al^^ .Iol^l^iii^ PMmi ! B'^ts in-tde t.i i.nler and repairing done. NO.Wl n\t \ STREET. PortaWfi and S ENGINES, Strain PumpS| BflTW :m^l ^^i*i^it IWillx. :inI GtMlll Machinery, Helena,Montana. ^ i ^atjt^*4^^1 Bootand H^h^ ^e tt/#^^/. iisa I. /; OTMl n /; ta IL, AT LARGELYREDUCED PRICE ALSO LeatherFindings AND HAYWARD'SRUBBER BOOTS. Wallacestreet, Virginia City, .TI. T. Omhand one GATES CRUSHER; two GARDNER CRUSHER^lead mm CORNISH CRUSHER; two Turbine*Wtlcr ^\*hrelx9 Onepair of Mill Barn*, mm FIVESTAMP MILL forsale at low rates. Apood a-xirtinent o^Gh Belting, I lose, Par(Jas Pipe an^l^Fixtures, Boiler Flues, Sheet Copper. Steam Pumps, Lifting mm Force^l'limps...

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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 2 October 1868

THE MONTANA POST\ FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2. TheMontana I'ost. AV IOBMG, OCX. 2d. OlIt AGENTS.^HuDt~nK A MBBBT. New Trrk Timet Building.^14 Park Row arc tb^ sol* agents for MoxtaSA HMI for the F.as'ern -^a-e*.^W. T. II a Mil t- \ Fort Benton.^Ml a. j. Smith. Bannaek.^J. M. Fisn. Sterling. Hot Spring District.^Bellinger A Allex, Silver Bow.^James Sttakt. Dmt Lodg*.^Vouxxt Co., Hell Gate.^W. P. Fabj^ons. Gallatin City.^T. NicHOLsob German Gulch.^GEO. Pcur, Lincoln Galea.^Geo. R 4l^ch , Radersborg.^A. B. Hamilton. Sua River Crossing.^H II. Hatiiaawt, Highland District.^F. chi k^ ii. Summit City.^R. C. JohnboV Bia^ kf'wC WesleyW. Junes, Reynolds' City, Elk Creak.^J. 8. williams. St Louie, Mo.^L. P. FutiiKK. San Francisco. CaL^Henhy Riebhex. a rrent*. U.Ellis at Co.. Leeaburgh. Salmon River Mine*^w. Davenport, Confederate Galea. C.besubbbb, Boulder Valley. montgomery.Bear Gulch and adjacent wines. H.C. weibolk. Butte City. Geomi.bM. BKOtB. Beartown, M. T. DavISWILSON. Bozeman -ty. R.J. Percy. Si...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 9 October 1868

THEMONTANA POST. TheMontana Post. ,7V-*. H- MILLS, EDITOR. GE(^. Mm 1'IXXEY,^Associate Editor and Manager CONTEXTS. ABOITPAIRS. Fairsare by no means of modern ori^^gin, on the contrary they have been an^institution, in nearly every country,^since time immemorial, aad are believed^to be coeval with comineiw itself. Thev^were originally in the nature of mar-^keta at which articles were not only^^afcfsd for exhibition, but where there WINTER'SWORK. ST.LOT'IS AND MUtalAt Theminer, during the ensuing winter The chief city of Missouri having, by^has before him more incentives to work | its over-sight, thrown into the hands of^than during any similar season since the j Chicago a great share of that Montana^settlement of Montana. He has seen trade of which it recently enjoyed al-^dev^loped rich metallic deposits of the moat a monopoly, is now looking about^Territory, concerning which so much ^^ means by which to regain it. Low-^uncertainty formerly existed, and hah W freights on the river t...

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