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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 9 October 1868

-Mr THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9. TheMontana Post ida\^^^^mi, h.milln, - editor. i :- ^. m. punm, AssociateEditor and Manager^IIOIIKIKLV PVffVT. Ifthe G^iz^ tt^ is not veracious, ft is at^least witty, which id more than we can^say ot the greater portion ot ihe Demo^^cratic pre.--, since from I'onurvy's libel^on journalism to that imitative son ot a^^Brick' ^on wheels,^ the Frontier Index^it has neither truth nor humor to rec^^ommend it. But the Gazttte is sadly^wanting in taste in the application of^its j.^k^^ :.- wji- evidenced in its horribly^funny editorial on the Ku-Kloxes of^yesterday morning. Marching in streets^without the least regard to weather; sit^^ting on cold tomb stones entirely un^^mindful of the fact that IMUM have^been left at home, and picaninniea all^branded ^K. K. K.^ several months be^^fore their first birth-day, are all very^laughable ideas in theuiselves.but when^used in connection with an organization^which is making open and secret war^upon the govern...

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. — 9 October 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9. TheMolilalia Post. Termsml subscription: py.one year, ^six month*.. .^^. three month*. F.tsh i!* pRosntCT.^Business from outride' tun,, i. and understand* that some fiiftj four^camps has i-ecu rather light during the past head more will be brought back^all the re-^few days, from the fact that everyone is wait- ' cult of keeping some twenty-one Indians as^ing until fair week before visiting Helena, j hostages for the return of the stolen stock.^, The probabilities are that wail* this great | Itbm.^The San Francisco Morning Chron-^termorial exhibition is in progress there will 5no^3 50 cle copies in full the Post's accounts of the bea gmnd ru^h to this city from every por-4' Orem McArdle and Smith and Raffle prise Katesof Advertising: tionof Montana, and the business of a tionth^will be crowded into a week. Our m^^rcnants -hould, therefore, immediately put their T*wos-paaree, I in#emon,^do.2 d4k do.1 month... SW} 4*. .. do.3 do. dHS.^ do. .. do.I y...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 9 October 1868

6^l re THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9. TERRITORIALFAIR. *Eron i^\*'^^ mot i i PAETIALLIST OF ENTRIES. Thefirst Annual Fair of the Montana^Agricultural, Mechanical and Mineral Associationis a decided mccm. The^various departments, filled with offer^^ings of our people as evidences ot their Montanaf cones ; E. Frank, a fine assort- to be enjoying to the fullest extent the^mentof photographs, of a general char- privileges and pieaeurea of the exhibi-^. . T ^.i i u. unn. The untinug perseverance, energy acter; Senior ^ McBtrny. a block ot cut ; aQd WlIle#. eSSJ displayed by EpiscopalChurch meets at Trinity Church to- . had produced iom^ alarm, but no serious ef-^morrow. 42 Bishops aod nearly 150 Dels-'feet. gatesare expected to be prevent. Thedeposed President, Falcon, of Venesu- Th.story waa circulated in the gold room i ela, bad reached Aspinwall, enroute to Europe t)) jjVe well UlaUatlKHi. Heis the l^est scholar who has learned marbleand granite, each from Ten Mile; Messrs. Jam....

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. — 9 October 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 0. Tin:i:\vr. IuMinnesota the bu# crop is larger^than the [totato crop. MilksHls for two and a half cents a quartin Connecticut. Alif^^ of B^^nn^T, by himself, isexjtect- ^^!in th*' I^t iigt r. Thepovernment cemeteries have cost .yV70.000. 1 jTo sstboi at 1 .:;.^^ aaloon*. ^^ln-^i.nati can that and go t^*2.* better I'lu-rein a trreat building activity at Montreal.Cuaadn. ^n^-i^{therirhcht and l*^*t nien in the^\^!-thw.--t, w!,^ ^^iirr a Chicago 1-oot- black. Tin-p-L'ul.ir trooj^ novr in Georgia are l**sa than 1.000^not quite ten to a countv. Theeosl of th^- Lincoln monument to^be btbcUh] at tipriuglleld, Illinois, is to ;.^ anatjaaa. Il^:a^hionabh\^ we are informed,^'^^r a Itviv to cut her finger nails pointed. [n.l.tefl Qmot ili^ i^roni:n* iit New York ;mb lisbenhas in press a novel written l^v^i \. ^:^ : 'a-iv a;:^-^i ^i\u^n. .ii' inuaii pays very nearly a million dollar*in salaries to its 1,175 employes^. ^ Hay or do sr a essssf cleaner. Itbessia...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 9 October 1868

6 THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9. IfeH REPOIiTED FOR THE POST. SouthAmerican Advices. TheC ondition or Spain. RiotHt I'orl^mouth, V II. \cwM^ain^.liip Line. Army^ifllc^.'r* to be dUchurffed. Peaeeor War in Europe. PeaceConure^^* I*rojrruiiiiiit\ Political\^^!^^^. Foreign and ni^c*cllancou^. Soldier'* ^ onicntion at Pliila-^dclphia. PeaceIn South America. CollectorTor .If on tana Fraud**In Philadelphia. *pain*cckK a Honarch I.aUrI^i^a^ter. SouthernPolitico CoinpIcK-taece*^ or the Span^^ish K^'^ olniiou. TheEpiscopal C onvention. Soldier**and sailor** 4 ^^n\en-^lion in Philadelphia. ThePublic I^ebt. Important Postal Arrange-^me Forcienand ^li*cclloncou^.^Territorial llWI Charleston,Sept. 30.^Arrangement* are in^progress with good prospscts ot success, for^the establishment of a seim-monthly steamship^line between Charleston and Liverpool. Washington,Sept. 30.^The Kepnblic of^Columbia, formerly New Granada, has paid^the United States treasury about $23S,UU0,^leaving a balance of $...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 9 October 1868

THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9. 7s..( J-^! M.-.iii St i0Y\ttP- FINK ^ C0v^WHOLESALE SinUers,V in^^m ^ Co., PIONEER TANNERY, MiUCreek, MONTANATERRITORY Misses1 II*B ^^ -,-^ repast ud ..ur first train, compris^1 ^ id al 1 wd wwj variety of Booland SI ioes. also,a i MMMMl of Upperam! %*^lv leather, aodshoe fading, which we offer at WMMk.l^^i^l^iis^ l*ri^-^-^*! I* *^ m ;^^!^* ^ *^ ^^nl^^r mimI repairing1 don*. mo.99 m axmjBJET. jel.'.wtf ^ S 5^-' ** 1H 3d 5. \]LTKare now prepared to furnish a lup^rio ^ |.^^ following kind* of antied at the imo\ei:rtannery, ANDWARRANTED Liual in Tannage. Finish ami Durability to the^very beat ^ju-! ity of haster tanned Leather. FIRSTQUALITY SOLE LEATHER, per lb., .58 cts^FINISHED CALF SKINS, per dozen, $60 to $110^do KIP do do$75 to 120 IFAIR and COLORED SHEEP SKINS, Perdozen, $16 to 17 b*^^FINISHED UPPER, per Side,$6 to $9 Noticethe reduction in price I LINf) PK ACTICA L TANNKRS OIK^t .^^ I.I.VE^^, Hint determined that Montana shall^supply her own ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 9 October 1868

THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9. TheMontana Post AV iokmng, ocx. 9th. PublishedDaily and Weekly BYTHE MontanaPost Publishing Company. NO.HO MAIN ST^ HELENA.^CEO. 'i. PI \ m. \ . ISAJIACEB. Addressall Bntineas Communications, MONTANA POST PUB. CO. Addressall Corrrespondence for Publication,^^ EDITOR MONTANA POST. OIS AGENTS. Hrn*o*A Mexet. New York TYws Building.^14 Park Row. are the aula agents lor MuNTUi Post,for tbe reetwa State*.^W. t. HaMTLTOJI. Port B*nt^m. MlA. J. Smith. Bumck. J.M. Finn. Sterliag. H..t Nprim District. BEILIN'.KK ^ ALLE5, Silver Bow. JaMMStlaitt, Dmt Lodge. W(rpks a Co., Ball Gate. W.P. Parsons. Gallatin City. T.Nil HOlJtO.v German Gulch. Gao.Pkkkv. Lincoln Gulch. Geo.Ralch , Kadersbsng. A.R. Hamilton. Sun RiverCrossing. H.II. Ha 1 ha aw v. Highland District. F.CHl ri H. .Summit City. K.C. Johnson. Blackfoot. WBSLF.TW. Jiinks. Reynold*' City, Elk Creek.^J. S. William- St. Louis. Mo.^L. P. KlallKK. Kan Francisco. Cai.^liLNUY KlLRI-Uv, Argenta. II.Ki.I.ih A ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 16 October 1868

THEMONTANA POST. v W^w^p^p6r, Devoted to the Mineral, Agricultural unci Commercial Interests or Montana Territ ory. VOL.V, NO. L Q HELENA, MONTANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1868. WHOLENO. 215 TheMont una Post. ,JA. H- MILL**. KDITOR. IIKLKCTION. The returns #are not complete, but^^ nt i^ known to show that a com- piete Ii^-pui.lican victory has been^ed and that the great tidal wave^menced sweeping away the^hopes ^^t Democracy in Maine and Ver^^itas, ov.-r the country.^Pen My 1 vania and ^ Mi i^^ have surprised^The New V^^rk An recently^stated thai the Republican Central Com^^^.rne-r State was cramped^!'.r money, hut th.it the Democrats^I ^were Hush and sanguine of succeas, PAIR^KXT ^EAI IO-DAV. JisrSO. Montana'sfirst annual fair is ended. This it* an eventlul day in its rela- : In speaking of the recent election in Ifit has taught no other lesson, it hastions to the I're-i i.-ntial contest, for to- Colorado, the GazetU state* that the shownus that we may and shall nextday. four powerful ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 16 October 1868

j I TheJlontaiia Vast. *E MONTANA POST, r.a*t-n ' nat t t- anu:^r ' Mai ruledout. Time -second heat the FK1DA% mnM^ Nffi ICih. and at the call of the judges, darted for wardum a tK-aatUul race. This was the finesttrotting we have ever seen in Mon^^tana ; the two horses kept close together .IAK H . M I I . I . EDITOR Rock Ik* driven ! sil vertnmmings; straw hat aod plujne^and was therefore mounted on a roan h^ rse.^being called on the Mrs. C B. Smith, from Diamond City horsescame up* ^In black habit: silver gilt trimming*; ^ and upon^black hat and plume: mounted on bay^horse. Mr*.Anna C. Besserer. tn-ni Boulder,^valley^Dark-preen habit. black trim- ERIK GEO.M. PIN^'EY,^Associate Editor and Manager TERRITORIALFAIR. ioi it i ii D\v^i pho^'KKDIm;s. Thedark, leaden clouds that^hiinL' threateningly over our beautiful^valh y yesterday morning wonld, to any^ordinary |^eopl.-. Lave indicate-i a coming^storm, and hav- caused an indi*|^oeition^to participate in the various duties and^pleasure*...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 16 October 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, OC TOBER' Hi. 3 TheMolilalia Post. Termsof Subscription: oneyear...^^ix month*,^three 'iioatfc .#*ot .5 OO^. I 50 Katesof Advertising: ir 1ln-ertion. do.1 anonth... 1 d... .. :ido. do. .. ]year i 1 inner' on eW 2 do. .^*Sv do-do. I veer aiitnin I Insertion, do. I moniii.. . do.2 do. .. do. 3 do. .. ; Di. I aif ^ i.l'iinn, 1 insert ion,.^do. do. 8 . 4a. . do. 1 BMHh, . .^I 4a. ... i^. .1 do. . . . do. ^ 4o. .... do. t year,i ^^) . j--nr Iocsl X^^tlce^e ^Ol ^^ dt ^! 'a r per line for three^-BSJ fm Hue lor t.-T, lines or less ; foreleven lines or nun. ThbMails.^On tbt afternoon of the 1st inst.,T. W. Trscy. Wells, Far^r, ^ Co^s. Su-^perintenent in Salt Lake, received orders from^the New York office to continue carrying the^mails. This settles the matter for the pres^^ent, and ifaows, in the language of the Vir^^ginia ^Enterprise^ we believe, that Spa idea^are not the trumps they were thought to be^when their low bids first went to the Depart^^ment. FromSat unl...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 16 October 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16. ilieMontana Post'rr^^wJf SsartKsteH IKll^\\ ^OBHlSSi OCX. 16th. TERRITORIALFAIR. LVST IIA Y willever be cherished, and promote an^industry, a cultivation of taate and ^^skill that will contribute to the grand j^success of the Second Fair ot Montana. ) Ourpeople should not tail to fuHy ap 1^I preciate the benefite of this exhibition,^i ft will be of incalculable benefit to this^Territory. We need and want perma-^' nent society, a people who shall come^TIm First Annual Fair of Montana, 1 with the intention of here makinir^l Inaugurated a week ^go, ' hom^, and who shall bring with them ; u . . _. . _ I the disposition, the ability and the in-^, [oaed yrstenUj It was to have been ||M|J --Montana e solid in* j '': Dmj* ^^f the Fair, rich in at^ J Crests bv the intelligt^nt cultivation of hersoil. Better than placer mines, bet 1^ li .':.- la her dispensations, seldom^consulting' ri,e pleasure or the comfort ofa people, however worthy they may^be. and ...

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. — 16 October 1868

THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16. REPORTEDFOll THE POST. CrwrtBirr in ^\o\iark.^l'or^i!;ii l*4^;ifi^^. Wpaalali% trail-*,^tapti fani to DKtnicr*. KuIk I ii \ Oiitraffca.^Tin* ^^^^r^*:il It^'-ar*f ion.*'^ftOlltli Anirrii'jm \cw^^Until iS:iriic'^I in Hew York. rroH'M-uiiE.|^i-^^-o|^al .12 altera.^T*ir \r.!i^ :iii^I IflCif lllM. I_:iil:^ni I * 4*^-i^lcnt. TIMOnvliMd Ji ni !.^*. SpanishAffair*. ElectionTrifctei rrawrfidl la^-^iiilarivlplita. increasedresponsibility upon the local offlcm cou_tv the gain it 700, and Republican gain*^of the several districts, and it depends mainly | are reported in Schuylkill caur y.^on their action whether or not the provisions I Cleveland, Ohio, Oct. 13. -In Toledo, A.-h-^of the law shall be carried out. They will . ley's friends fear his defeat,^be held to strict acountability for the en-I In Erie county there i.^ 778 Republican nia-^forcement of the law in their several dis- jority. The returns generally show Hei'ubli-^trict*.can gains. In Lake coun...

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. — 16 October 1868

G THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1G. DEnmRATK DEMO^^TBl- Wings of a silly drunken wan. had it^TIOMS.come from the lip* of any other than John Allen. He waa in the worst ofl nn the .^ith inst. the lVmocracy of humor, and waa far from being that I^'i ork indulged in the greatest dem j specimen of humility which the sensa- j^I 11 !^^ Ill I ^ 1' ' 1- iminedthe tional reports would lead one to expect, .,a -to find him. 11 he were talking to them metropolitan CI its fires, or ..praym. felle^ ^ hia tenants,lie would causedit to echo with it* harnngues, if no doubt have used different language,!^we except that of July. 1SG3. when the and we should havehad full accounts of^friends of ike present* Presidential can- Jhe remarkable interview in the 7ri-^, ',bunt. We must, taking ^ recent devel- didateset the place referred torn a blaze opmenU into consideration, conclude^with their burning orphan asylums^'that John Allen is even now more^vented their enthusiasm in the killing wicked than whe...

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. — 16 October 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, OCTOBER id. KrMMiV Thompson, binders. Winter! A: Co.,^Dealer^, JOHN K I N N A PIONEER Contractor A n 1 Manufacturer; INALL kim'- OF LUMBER,LATH, snorei. /^. v o ojtfs, SASHAND BLINDS, Andall kinls }f 11II 1.1^ IXH M. I 7 Ell 1.1 /,, TANNERY, MillCreek, montanaterritory l:^inStreet, Helena,Montana. HERE URSTOVES WEare n..w^quality of^uned at t'nr preparedto furnish a superio tin-ftffiowiug kinds ^^f \*r ^ irr prepared to Contract for the^^^ (J! AHTZ MILLS DWKLUMi- not |^^ud all l kmiofbu*ine bouse*. STOKE,BRICK OR TRAMh JOk^w|i constantly ea hand a choice as-^tment of pio\ci:ktawery, ANDWARRANTED K-i'inlin Tannage Finish and Durability to the^very beat quality of Master tanned Leather. No-63 JSJain St P.FINK Sl CO. andretail dealers in to m - IVI a FAMILYGROCERIES ATOUR STOKEOH [PAHO STREET. FIRSTQUALITY SOLE LEATHER, per lb., *58 cts^FINISHED CALF SKINS, per dozen, $60 to $110 o KIP do do^FA'n and COLORED SHEEP SKINS,^Per dozen,^FINISHED UPPER, per Side, $7...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 16 October 1868

8 THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16. TheMontana Tost. AY 'O If M X., OCX. iGtlt. PublishedDaily and Weekly BTTHE MontanaPost PnbMing Company. NO.SO MAIN ST., IIP^.I.KXA.^4.1 o 'I. Kim, M v\ W.Kit. Addmuall Business Ccmmanicatinos, MONTANA POST PUB. CO. AddrtMi!:Cocrrwpotdeow for Puhlirotioo,^^ EDITOR MONTANA POST. OIR ACK\TS. Hid*on A Mbnet. New York Timr$ HmUirr.^14 Park R^^w ere the sole agents for M^Ma.\ v^Foer. for tb^ Eastern Stotea. W.T. HAUILTC.X, Fort Beaton. MlA. J. SMITH. Bannock. J.M. Fish. 8teri--.tr II ^' Spnnir Di-tri.-t. BEI.UXGF.KA Al.Lfc-V Silver Bow. JamkoSttabt. i seer Lodge, WoKI'KN*C^ Bafl Goto. W.P. PanSON*. Gallatin City. t.NlCHOUSOS German Gulch. Geo.I'I.kkv. L ncola Gulch. Gato.Raich . Kadersborg. A.B. Hamilton, In Hirer Crossing. H.H. Hatmaawt. Hirhland District. F.Cm in n. Summit City. K.C. JollNss.N. !'. a- v-- t. WBHJnrW. Jones, Reynolds' City, Elk Creek.^J. 8. William*. St. Louis. Mo.^L. P. FlfHKK, San Fnmiiico, Cal.^Hknkv Rif.ki^k.n, amenta. H.ELLIS ...

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. — 23 October 1868

THEMONTANA POST. V ^^'\vspai^^T, Devoted to the ^Iineral, a^V^-i-ic'iilt^iii',^l and OcMMWoM Int^^res|s ol* ^Montana Territoi v. V ML. V, NO. HELENA. MONTANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1868. WHOLENO.252 ThrMontana Fost. .YAH*.If. Ml 1.1 KDIT(H^. *KISIS IN I TAH. Thereif evident) v a cotnmotiou 'in tbe BRILLIANTPK^SFK( TS. AssociateEditor and Manager THECAM I* AIMS Of lr*ir NationalUnion Republican Ticket. FORPKKSIDKNT GENERALU. S. GRANT, Of/ILLINOIS. FNVICE-PRKSIDKNt KtVnrUICOLFAX, ofIndian*. I'A'IKI.^ Cri.in in I'tab^Brilliant Pr.-rxK-ti.^^l\^r.i^ ^lirLi.fr It 11 i Id i us;^^fu^ m Miom .wBM lint Truw- I'.VJK^.*^The Hrrtl R^iot;.,i,-WV CtMK-iir^^i li'iun ..f Simit.^ \Man^ -It' Vic;^.ry in I^ak^xati ^ Muonr)^Th- Klecrioi.n ^^Voting* Mm ^ A mummm ^^^^^^. l'.\ i E .J^ I..New^ m^l A.lvrrtlt^iiifDf*. Sjini;h'and summer. We feel that the^hour of trial is nearlv ov^r^that our Incommon with many others we have^camp of Ilricham the prophet. Despite I not viewed the future prospects of the^the atte...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 23 October 1868

2 THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23. TheMontana Post FRIDIY flOKMX., OCT. 23d^^THK (iKKlTHK-UTIOX. ofNew f they wen- the first to ro 0|*rate i gainst J HOVXU 9tKH*M Avson.t riON. THECONDITION OP SPAIN. Imve be^D inaugurated, lieligioa as a mora lor it. ^d even in the ch powerin politic* haa been extinguished, j York will probably have an opportunity | crime and punish otfend.tn, A great^hut as a faith haa been made universal | 1 tor indulging in its great speciality, the majority of the signers ot the Declara^the property of the Jesuits haa been calculaliou of per centage tables and^seised and religious corporations abol- the placing of the Democratic figures in^ished.buta toleration ot all creeda ha^ | the minus column. Whathaa l*-conie ot it T Only a^abort time ago the Democratic press^throughout the country were telling of themagnitude of ita proportion*, and a^ne intoVhe general cs tryingto inapire the belief that some^thing, but little leaa terrible than the^great South Amer...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 23 October 1868

THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23. S The.Montana Post. FKIH%\ JtOKMX., OCX. '23d. ofSubscription ; Od ri.pv do. im me year ixmonths.. .^three months. Hatesof Advertising: BiuiiMtwCards iHi^d.. h (on1i .1...do. d... to. do.do. do.do. do. do. .1-. a... do^ lo.^do laeeitrhtl. r^lamn 4m.do.^do. do. a...!^^. .!..do. todo. d. Ine-si \tl. ^itlHi^n. d. do. .1...lo. .1...do. .lo.do.^^to. do. do-do. On*fourth chime orlees. 3 months,^do. * month*. itw. 1 year orI***. 1 insertion. ... S d.k d-. 1 month. do.e do. . .^^lo. do. 3 do. ...^do. An. A do. ...^do. do. 1 year 1r.-erti^p^ 2do. Iimnlli do. :ido do 1year Ii o^.*rt h ki . . ......... do 1south 2do 3do. *d Iyewr Iiaeertion Ido 1month tdo Id^i do Ivar i c00 .* 00 ..1 .TO n on 11)!^ \\on 4M^00^io no^in on^i.% no^^i- mt^35 00 cno r5no^IS on^Tr^ no 54on^4n no^nr^ no i*^^^12 ^*1^i* no^^j;. i^^^3o no V ^*^^7r) ^b)^10 ^^ isou *^oo^30 no 3Kon 55(Hi in-'thus $20,000 or just the amount offered inprises. For the purpose of defraying es- Mn ol our in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 23 October 1868

THK MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, OCTOBER S. TheMontana Post. OK MX,., OCT. 23d. JOIR\i:i JOTTIAC.V Itis said some people can never get^above lying. I aw convinced they can^ge^ above niany ^t ^rirn by stopping at a^Ne^r Y-'rk hotel. It may I** from a de-^Hire to provide for a Montanian's comfort^br MMaf ^iim to an altitude approxi^^mating t^^ thar be enjoys at borne, which^inducer, bin elevation into tbe ratified^regions of attic*, artists, and shoddy^sewing m-tmitirsw. L^ut they need not^jiut themselves to any trouble on my *^^^count soon again, if I g^t back to U rrn^fir inn and log cabins. It always appears^more sociable to have a mom witbin a^half mile ot the office ot tbe Hotel, and^there are other method* of getting etV-^ratrd here than by vertical railways,^fully as enjoyable High living, howev^^er, is the rage now. and it is just a* well^to be nearly out o.r the world a^ out of^tashion. NewYork baa a sensation. It has had^several since the Hollanders bought^Manhattan Island two hund...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 23 October 1868

THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23. THEWEST. T!iBrailroad reached tirwn River on thet^th inat. TW(f are making raisins in Califor^^nia. W.xxlland,California, has a new j^^- j,^r called the Volo MnU. Aproject to bridge Snake ^Kiver at^l^wiston is talked of. PatseyMarley and Jack Bresman re-^Catatly had a prize light at ^ire^-n Kiver^^or |8M a si de. Astage upset near Silver t'ity. Idaho,^on the **-M in^t.. and one man was killed^and otherw injure^l. leaih'd ilust is being extensively cir^^ciliated in Idaho and the Walla Walla^country. \Sacramentan went to Woodland^recently t^^ get $10,000 on Grant's car-^r\ ing I alifornia taken, but failed. TheI^all^^s. Oregon. Woolen Factory^roinmenced the manufacture of fabrics^, n lha -*^th of Sept. The]^opulation of Sun Francisco il^catiasatlrfi at 1.V2.000. It expects to have^900,000 by .January 1871. Timesarc duller in Boise Ba.-in than^ever before known, and the prospect for^the future is pot encouraging. Thecrops in th^ northern part of Ne...

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