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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 23 October 1868

o -6 THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23. 'Boston, Oct. 14;^Addison Gage, a well-! half of tbat small majority on tbe other side life, is on a declivity which decenda to^known merchant, died hut night.1 and the two parties would be equal,j decadence and decrepitude. I^emocratic party is thelull THEWEST. tli.'V hunt ducks THEEAST. REPORTEDFOR THE POST. Seymourand Blair Mock at a^DiMCotint TheWorld ^ Consolation Con^^tinued. (real Time* at Virginia City.^John Allen '-ISaektlid.^^Ih-moiTiio) I^e^^pondent. i%^^^!lan^ on*. FOREU\. I..u -t i;ieeti^^n Return*. The General Result Cn-^ehanged. The Philadelphia Wunhrv flkjBMtCI'raudv Rouin a Chureh. I'ltrcii'ii.\t**v^*. GreatFveitouieut in Virginia. SpanishAfTair* London ^aidtbat he refesed to answer questions pot ! pare and simple, we should hare succeeded, j in all political circles), and is) considered^by the ^-ommUM, on the ground tbat he , The narrow escape of the Republicans is due, j advice to the Democrats to withdraw^woo Id compromi...

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. — 23 October 1868

THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23. Griffith^ Thompson, Snyders, Winder. ^ Co., Dealers,j pioneer c^t^ TANNERY, MillCreek, MONTANATERRITORY ax n Manufacturers, inA I.I. kim^^ ^'K LUMBER,LATH, SHItfGl.KS,HOOKS, SASHAND BLINDS, Andall kin U of /;i tlI j tWO Mi i TEH 1.1L, U-^^ ir^ prepared t^^ Poe'ract for the erection ^^f^QUARTS mills jlTMl HMOl. it all kri^ I ^f ewsena bouses. 8TOA^'//. BRICK OR FRAME \lM ^ keep constantly est band a choice as^^sortment of FAMILYGROCERIES ATOCR STOREo\ ii^tnosTici:i:T. JE mmi1 the pa bits that wi'b ^^*ir facilities^I.,r materials, are can take natrvii at th nestfigures IKII'K i4,i,l l.innl-*r Yard. ^.t. corner of Idaho / v M l^ V. and tt tmi fmm B sirenSsreets WEare oow pre|n^red to furnish a saperio^qualify of tba following kinds of^anued at the PIO\EKRTANNERY, ANDWARRANTED Equalla Tannage. Finish and Durability to the^vrrv beat quality of Easter tanaeti Leather. KIRSTQUALITY SOLE LEATHER. p^r lb. 'mb^ cts^FINISHED CALF SKINS, par dozen, $60 to $...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 23 October 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2.1. TheMontana Post, Benefitand Presentation.^The ; of that tiwn ever rejoice in such full pock-^dramatic i^a;on closed in Helena last night ete. If we ever leave Helena, we arc going FBIDAr :^ICM^^., OCX. 23d inan exceedingly happy manner. One of the^largest audiences that baa ever greeted the management,assembled to do honor to an act-^_ i~^ j t% ^i *. ___i r who has by his talent won an enviable reju- PllDliSh^d Daily and Weekly j tation and a name among those whom fame^nv laIbwas to crown with Thespian laurels, aad a gentlemanwhs, by bis courtesy deportment^. and moral culture, ho* gained the respect of^i oar entire city. The assemblage was com-^I posed of the ^elite^ of this brilliant me^^tropolis, who welcotned with demonstra^^tions of delight the appearance of^| the recipient of their grand testimonial^j which was not only a compliment bat a eub-^| itantial evidence that our people meant it.^: The play selected was ^The Street.- of New^York....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 30 October 1868

THEMONTANA POST. v ^N^'ww|^sipfi-. DevotPd to the Xineral, Vui-ioolt vn-nI and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. VOL.V. NO. 8. HELENA. MONTANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1868. WHOLENO. 217 TheVIontaua Post. 4 ^,^^^ WA* Asidefrom party politics, there is no^.1 ,\~*. BL MII^Ij^. - EDITOR great enterprise in which tlie people ^^t Montanaought not to agree. Our want*^are great: this is luliy understooo at^Washington ^ XmsJMM known that a^Territorv *o large as ours, mo distant^troiu civilization, ho difficult of access.so^exposed to Indian invasion, is in con^^stant need of the assistance of govern^^ment. The policy adopted by the gov^^ernment, with reference to the Territo^^ries adjoining the Stated, liberal enough,^perflates for them, is positively niggard^^ly and selfish when applied to Montana.^V\ e have been obliged to submit toil,^dimply because we have not I teen united^ia the expression of our want.*. An mim^^propriation of $25,000. to tarry on the^government Jt the Territory,...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 30 October 1868

2 THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, Ol'TO P^ K11 :^0. Theflontaua Post. PKIDtVmoitMM.. JO. nmt^KI^ K OK I .% KOK. Kt-welctneuts in tne po.itical economy^of this Territory, have s'ood more in^the way of its advancement than the^high price ^^! t^'-^f !r was something^that tinie alone mold correct, hut to^wait ii4^^n time, in the midst ot our un^^developed wealth, to reduce the price of^food. To build op physical improvements^to cultivate our valleys, and iu tact to^make us a Self sustaining people. re^^quired an amount of philosophical sub^mission which we found It difficult to^exercise. The result haa been wiih^Montana a* with i^ther new settlements.^A large portion of our inhabitant*, tired^of waiting, and uot fully comprehend^^ing the probabilities of an early im^^provement in this respect, have either^returned to their old home* in the^State**, or gone to other new countries,^there to realize ^n^*^ the ex|^erienc^j^they have encountered here, K^ ^-ry new^country, whatever it.- promise, mu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 30 October 1868

THEMONTANA POST. FRIDAY, OCTOBER AO. 3 RhPOMTMDr^^K THE POST. Mm l^^ :no^ rali^- Rarfj Haul*^in It* Horn* ^ lc^'\olulion^I t^-(^iirtialt'^l. \ Wr:i^k:t 2 lOO K^-|^Hltli^au. *ontliltm*ri^*:iu Munlcrof ^^-tfro^-^. IIn- I%iIiiiiuo 1'anul. l.!*^-li^^n I rninlv *iuui%li A flairs. PM'Cl%Bllt'lll*. l'.arlli|iiaU^^ in *^an Frai^^*ir*^*o^AnotlM r *^'\^-rt- Shock. PhMMii^ !^^-iimm rali^- Hank* MrafN^^ii UMltam iii^I'aiiMina. \Hvl^t-I Army in T^'\n^. riMIWiiiion in V\ ^ '^ ir^inia Plfi]l\ aiiia Blcilll^. AhMM ^lt i^-f^. 'i^;tni^t^ ttlair*. r'nrti:^r m^ ^-:artii^ni:iUv^. Gen.R)w ll the recognised manager of the' Madrid, Oct. 22.^Tb* Central Provui ^nal government. Au attempt wa.^ made, batJunta held iU laat mwimi yesterday. Res^^- failed, to assassinate Valerjn. rhe Minister ^.flotion* were adopted nrfinir the abolition of ForeignAttain.' capital punishment, the rwonl of convict^Vomito is raging at Caraccas.jwisoner* from ^pain tr Africa aud tb^ Phil-^General* Luperon and Cabrael have arrivedli...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 30 October 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30. TheHontaua Post I pkii\\ -nou ^^^^;. o^x. 30. ioiic\i:v MlUMilM. NI M It Kit KI.KVKN. Wk*Vls(*llM*ttMlifl Ettrsi Vi.rk^^only faintly outlined an elatt.rate. inter-^eating evtT changing pin ur#- only rude^^ly sk**tch^-d in rhurcosl that, pupeeptible^of the tiiif-at touches an I itn^: varied^colors. Pittli Areoup, the eixaiain o^^theWall street the shrine of .Mo lochand the grazing ground ^^t the gold^^-a emit; the Five Points vi^ inify. reek^^ing in tilth, the home of the hi ear-eyed,^bloated, tattered, ungodly thousand*,^who have existence in the crowded, rick-^^^ty. stuff-window slop *tained tenement^k^^u^et^: Broadway, a l^al^el of strange^^^ iiu^.'- an^l eight*, 'roai the lieavy ruin^hie ^*f the MStSSswrnl veliicle current to the^^ail iinpleadinga ot the want-worn, aad-^eyed little one. who auk* for a penny ou^the crossing: from the haughty l**autv^who ^nil^l^f^ daintily into Stewart's to^the jxior cripple on the curl*, who cuta^kindling* wit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 30 October 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, OCTOBER :u. REPORTEDFOR THE POST. Uiotin Vrw Orlran*. ,In- \l:il^^t:n:i ^ I ^iin ^^PImUIj *ctflc^l. t^ ^^^ iVcl Virginia 8MM Kc|^ul^li- 1^l.l.oui^ ^^*-!tl e Tlnr^l^*rf^l f-iiiii'^ ISrook^ lie nomiiiateil. |*r*^i^lt*nl J oliii^^sit on tlit' C'i-^mtnciul ^luc^lion. rrMl] B^iw^'^'ii th^* I nil^*^3^stairs and TIn^ljt;;a-^car. Tlirl^^urrt'clion in Culsa il^^^*f*raa^ anil Hit^ t|(^\i^*an^^: i:j\ . ICiolin .New Orleans. l'irt*i;;n an^l nMMHMWMM latrta^|iiaki ^ i:i lrrl.mil. lo.| ORIrr Ito^^l^t'r^ in^^'an:i(l:i. alarje standing army for the perversion of^the Constitution and eubjugation of the States^to negro domination : with a military eetab- ,^lt.hment costing, in time of peace, not lew !^than one hundred million* annually, and a '^^debt, th- tntereet of which draws one hundred^and fifty million* more, annually, making a^total of two hundred and fifty million-.^1 he^e are two items of expenditure^, and re-^tieuchment baa become an absolute necessity, ^^or bankru...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 30 October 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY. OCTOOTR SO. TheMontana Post. FRIDAY HORNING, OCX. 30. ceiyetheir aanaitie.. They continued to j Fash i n ConiBt-The proprietors of I song of Mr. Langrishe created e^eat^hoeer, knocked the chinking out of the j that popular institution known as the Fash- mirth as he touched the various eccentricities ionCourse, offer new attractions on tomor- preaent. He sang a comic song in response^row for the fast stock of the Territory, and ' to an encore. The fair benenciary received Onecopy^do. stockadeand amused themselves by fir lag ar^^rows into the cattle. Subsequently they ^went^for^ a pa*ty of Sioux in the vicinity, killed^three of them and had a war dance. Hardly^had the Crows left the scene of action before^200 Sioux surrounded the fort. They seemed Ratesof Advertising wCards. 5 lin, f or leae, 3 month*^So.do. do. 6 months, do.do. do. 1 year... tenline* or less 1 insertHivi. twi^ iqurm do.d...^do.^.1.-.^do.^d... Oaeeisrhth column. 1 insertion. do.do. 2 do. do.d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 30 October 1868

THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30. Sin-dors,Wngtrt ^ Co., Griffith ^ Thompson, Dealers, Contraetors, .HONKER TANNERY, MillCreek,^MONTANA TERRITORY Maimfaeturers, MUkBEH^ w@mm No63 Main St^*g* P. FINK ^ CQ J11 andretail dealer* in *t o m - IYI ax d INALL KINDS oK UPk are now prepared to furoi^h a sup^-rio^.tualit_\ ot *.,e following* kit,d^ ot ^d at the PHNKEItTAWKRY, ANDWARRANTED '|aal fa TannHfr Finish aad Durability to taw^^^ ^^ Ka^l^r Unnnl Leather. 3STQUALITY SOLE LEATHER, per lb.. *S8 cts^I'SHEDCALF SKIMS, per dozan, $^0 to $110^do KIP do do$75 to 120 v^ and COLORED SHtLP SKINS. Perdozen. $16 to 17 V'^-^HED UPPER, per Side.$6 to $9 Natisethe redactiou in price! IIEIHnPRACTICAL TAN'NKBS OCR^I ^ - . I \ I.^l.-rermined *li^t Montana ^Ual[ laymm* Leather, we ar* daily turning oat^^ n:.-la^^e^ whicl, f.ir ^ ^uality and uefyVOMl *J2117 TO X ! LUMBER,LATH, 8///Xi,/./^. DOOM, SASHAND BLINDS, Andall kin Is of BUILI^IXH MA TKM 1.1 A, Manufacturei'mol LKATIIEKBELTING - -r ^ ..i. IihmiI...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 30 October 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY. OCTOBER .50. TheMontana Post PublishedDaily and Weekly BYuk MontanaPost MlistiiiiE Company. *^0.SO MAI X ^T^. HELEN V.^(,KO. .H. PI^EV, .HANAGBR. Addressall BatiMa Cetnaiunicatioee. WOHTARA POST PUB. CO.^Address all Corrreepoodence ^or Pebiioatkav^^editor MONTANA POST. OIKAGENTS. HOn\ A Mfvrr. Sew York Time* Building-.^14 Park Now ara tbe aula agent* for Moxta.1a^POST, for tbe Ea^tem states. w.t. Hamilton, F^*rt Bentoa. ILA. J 9UTTH. Bannack J.ML m, Bf ting. Bat Spring District Bei1MB Ac AlLEX. 8llver Bow. James8tvart. Deer Lodge. VOIDDI4Co.. h*Ii Gate. W.P. Parsons. Gallatin City. t.NkHOUOS 6naM Gulch Geo.Pebht. Lincoln Galea. Geo.KAircH . Badersburg. AB. Hamilton. Sao River Crossing. H.H. HATMAAWT, H.fh'.an.l District P.CHURCH, Summit City. B.C. Johnson. Blackjhot. wesletw. JOXEa. Reynolds' Citv. Elk Cr^rk.^J. 8. WILLIAM*. St. Louit, Mo.^L. P. FISHER. Saa Prancieeo. Cai.^Henry Rieri^ev Argeuta. H.ellis A C^. . I^^buyb Salmon R:\~t Mine*^W. Davexpomt, Conf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 6 November 1868

THEMONTANA POST. Devoted to tit*^ .Mineral, -V^ii*ioiiltiim-o 1 and Oommei-cial Interests ot* Montana Territory. vol.\\ no. ^^. HELENA, MONTANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER ^^, 1868. WHOLENO. 218 i-:\thi ^^]|pbni ^ rioM. TheMontana Post. -| is improvement and convenience. When t to f ill IMMOMIMI It. W'eplWUM, if there is any j res u nip- | IHon r. I' It V I DM AKAIN.KXTIIA COJIPKNSATIOM . Parturiuutmonte* mwrit'tr ruiir^/hi* Sixteen dollars a day, and traveling^Htus.^ In the rejoinder of the Unzttti fees ot four dollar* for every twenty ..it, that there are some discon- *:1)ir^1*- Tl^ ^^ * ' ^'Hr'' lost sight..! l.y legislators, tented nun in Montana We kno* | *ta election frauds, we are told that ^the miles, id the pay of a Montana legisla- GK .M. 1^Editor [v.nj*:v. andManager lawm.king is more u curse than a bles-^sing. If out legislators had commenced^right, we should not to-day have c^use^to complain of tlie present condition ot^the Territory. When the firs' Legisla^^ture assembled at Bnn...

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

a Post. IMl' IM.. TheMontana Post j I he experience through which our^' Territory has passed, in pursuit of quartz^mining, during the past four years, has^established several important facts. l^y anVuservance ot which, manv ^^f the er^As a stock raising country, the supe- j TQn of lhe paj}t may ^ j, |f| | in the^rior advantages of Montana over those future_ w^^to a MONTANA FKin.tV HOKMX.. 6th. k\inin^;. Ceaseto be regarded of hot consequence. J^One by one. as in ttre rase of ^'aTitornin.^these difficulties will disappear, and all^donbt of our mining capabilities be re^^moved, both at home and abroad. Twoyears ^^f such ex|^enen^^ as that^of the present season, will place Mon^^tana foremost among the mining regions^of the continent. POST,FRIDAY, TIKHITOKIALLEOISL1TIKE NOVEMBER6. ofany other |w^ri:on of the continent^north of Texas, are already determined. tainty,that the richness ot our quartz^was greatly overestimated by the first U.KI'I LTl It*. TheI ntire Territory, with the except...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 6 November 1868

Ik. idII, inv tdi- ld1 ich^hn ikeild lie I (he//.^lin. dtnt THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6. RBPOM TED FO R THE POST. i;it'4'tionRelurnt*.^^lorc liKlian ^^MgW^The U. I^. K. R.^|*o^tal l^^ li^ i^ n^ ^ .^\^l^lr^-^^ from ||m lri^li m^ n mmT tin- ^omii. lin*wm attacked a Dimbw of tines, and se-^rion* personal injuries sustained by parties in^the ranks. Last evening the Orut Invinci^^ble* and Seymour Club Met on Bush street - whenpistols and knives were drawn. Two^persons were wounded by pistol shots, and^one man seriously stabbed. Mayor McCop-^pen appeared on the scene of disturbance and^succeeded in dispersing the crowd. Chicago,Oct. 29.^The Republican special Auburn,Oct. 30.^Secretary Seward will^speak to-morrow on the political issues. Washington,Oct. 30.^Gen. Sheridan tele^^graphs Oen. Carr that with seven companies^^ f cavalry he struck the Indians on Shutton's^Creek, on the 25th lost, and killed 10 Indians.^The next day he pursued the Indians, cap^^turing a number of ponies, r...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 6 November 1868

THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER ^ ^. TheMontana Post. FRIDAY HOKMM;, MOV. 6tM. VIC2TO JOlR.\EVJOTTI.\W^^. M'MBKRTWELVE. Philadelphia--*Milinery. Military and mali^cious peep--Riding on the Rail--Alleghany^Morning glories An Iron ica Escapade^Westward he! Breakfast on the ears! Gen^t emeu -A Fair Suggestion^Politics and Apol^^ie. i'IlKsIDKNT^^K THE t'NITKD STATE^*. On.I . *. (iRA\T \M K I'KR!*II^KNT OK THE UNITED STATES, mill yli:k ^ olfax. (.rani anil 4 olf'ax Vi^*toriou^^Bl ^*rj v* litTf. OnMdlMI,1 ..^^^. Mmmllampolilre, 6,000.^IttMpMa, vi.VOIMI.^TlaiiM-. :*o.OOO.^Oliio. fto.OOO.^Mill I 1m ) Come. Tlif^Uiotfr^ ami Um k,Rc^o-^Itt piKlialed lilt' \ation. IHiitfBell*. TliuiMlcr l^^ ^ |^^^1oiii In ^l 4.tHi^. an^l Mi mil^I.lorj . 111. till Hit- 4.lad Hill* i:-iio it. Midnight-The dispatches received^to thin hour indicate an overwhelming^victory tor the Kepublican ticket, the^States of Michigan. Ohio, Connecticut^Maine and New Hampshire, aggregating^a Kepublican majority of two thousa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 6 November 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6 REPORTEDFOR THE POST. HalliHllllW I'upiT Fraud*. St)^f lar) Sonuril'* l*ro^ii^ion^^r.lForl at Auburn- - llurh^^^iiiolii' ami L.fitle Fire. Hank i:^!^l^^-r^ iiihI^nt Alton. Hunlrr allthe Conservative* favor Ferdinand of Por- St. Louie, Nov. 4.^Both parties claim the I^tugal, fur King ot Spain, while the Demo- Cocf,! taa^sn in the 1st District. The cbauces^cratic club baa uuauirnou^ly selected Geo. favor Wells, Democrat. The negro tuffrage 1'ninfor Chief of State on condition he will amendment is defeated in this county,^take the title of President of the united! Chicago, Nov. 4^1:30 a.m.^It is believed^province^ of Iberia.that New Jersey baa gone for Grant by a London,Nov. 1.^The negotiations for the small majority, but Randolph, Democrat, is^settlement of the Alabama claims will uo- ! elected Governor. ioubtedlybe settled in a few days. England The Republican majority in Chicago is^is willing to pay the American claims. 5,30*. NewYork, Nov. I-^Th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 6 November 1868

6 THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6. TheII out aim Post. FRIDAY Mokmm., NOV. 6th. Termsef Subscription | On*copy, one year do. six month*. do. thrr* nion'ka Katesof Advertising:^Boiiumi Card*. 5 lin^ ur lew, 3 month* do.do. do. 6 months. do.do.do. 1 year... C*Q square, ten lines or less. 1 insertion. do.do^d.v,^do.^^to.^do. do. da.do. do. rl.. do.do.^do.^do.^do.^do. i!^ do.^1 month,...^^ do. ...^3 da. ... ; a* ... 1year Twt square*, 1 insertion.. do.2 do. do.1 msvatk do.2 do. d*.a do do.*i do. do.1 year Oneeighth column. 1 insertion. do.do. 2 do. do.do. 1 saoath, do.do. 2 do. do.do. 3 do. do.do. 6 do. do.do. 1 year One-sixthcolumn. 1 insertion. do.do. 2 do. ^- do. do. 1 month, do.do. 2 do do.do. 3 do do.do. 6 do.. do- do. 1 year, One-fourthcolumn. 1 insertion do.do. 2 do. do.do. 1 month,- ^ - do.do. 2 do. do.do. 3 do- do.do. 6 do do.do. 1 year One-halfcolumn, 1 insertion do.do. 2 do. do.do. 1 month,. do.do. 2 do. . do.do. 3 do do.do. 6 do. do.do. 1 year Onecolumn, 1 insertion, 2d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 6 November 1868

THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER G. Smders,Wiigert ^ Co.. Griffith ^ Thompson, pioneerDealers, TANNERY MillCreek, Contractors, aH D .Manufacturers, IXA J.I. KINO* ^^F MONTANATERRITORY UTEareprepared to furnish a superio qualityof the following kind* of -nandat tbe imo\i;ektawerv, ANDWARRANTED Equalin Tannage, Finish mod Durability to the i^tori ),.^*^.( 1.1'ity ^^f Ka.^ter tanned Leather. firstQUALITY SOLE LEATHER, per lb., J58 CU^FINISHED CALF SKINS, p-r dozen, $60 to $110^do KIP do do$75 to 120 FAIRand COLORED SHEEP SKINS, Perdozen, $16 to 17 SO^F NIShED UPPER, per Side.$6 to $9 Noticetie redaction in price! LUMBER,LATH, ganrei. us, /^ o o/.'^. SASHAND BLINDS, Andall kin Is of BUILDINGMATERIAL. WEare prepared to Contract for the erection of^QUARTZ MILLS. DWELLINGS, and all^kot'ofbusioe bouses. STONE,BRICK OR FRAME ALSOkeep constantly en hand a choice as^^sortment of famiiTygroceries ATOUR STOREOX IDAHO STREET. WEassure the publio that with oar facilities^for materials, we can ta...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 6 November 1868

8 THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY. N 0 V E M B E R ^. TheMontana Post. JmlnLX^^^!^ Helena Market Report. ginaand Nevada are jollifying to-night. AY WOHM^^, ^OV. 6th. PublishedDaily and Weekly BYTI1K MontanaPost Pnblistiing Company, NO.m I M AIX ST., HELKXA.^^iKO. n. PHMEY, MANAGER. 'ry article ha* been rather varied within the^past few day*, bat always merging on a win- 'f ^ - ^ , . . have retreated to Baecomb s saloon^will at- terbasis. Oar streets have been filled withtD^m at Confederate x Roads at day- Lnion Telegraph Line, left last night fannersdisposing of country produce, and all light Signed) Qraaoa, Howie a wo Jonas.^If you are rejoicing at the result of the^flection, ask your desponding friends to join^you in a glass *t the celebrated ^Kiyus,^ b^Peksonal^W. B Hibbard, Esq., the j Wood street. familieswho being forewarned, are forearmed^and laying in a winter's supply of the vegeta^^rian necessities of life. Addressall Hutii Cct-ttnanications, MONTANA POST PUB. CO. Addressall Corr...

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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 13 November 1868

THEMONTANA POST. Newipaper, Devoted to tlie Mineral, Agricultural and Commercial Interests ot^ Montana Territory. VOL.V. NO. 10. HELENA, MONTANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1868. WHOLENO. 211) TheII out si Post. mi i .1^8. EDITl^!^. -t h; ^. m. i 'i m N p:^-.^Associate Editor and Manager PIVJIEM OF ^ OSTS. (UAL AND IRON. k\kmpt1() \.\\\ NOItB IIFIO M in. HOITE. Infour months we will have i nt-w A notable piece of legislation, remark- No two minerals are more needed in | The growth of civilization and refine- A private letter to an from the con- administrationwith tirant as President able both for originality and fairness, is) the future develptnent ot our Territory, I ment in our country, was never moretractors for carrying the Northern over- Thepolitical contest has been fierce, ^^^und in the first section of the ^act | than coal and iron. Such discoveries as j fully attested, than by the abolition ofland mail, from Fort Abercrombie to andin MSM parts violent, while the providing for the...

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