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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 13 November 1868

2 THE M ONTA X A F O ST, FRIDAY . N O V E M B E R TheMontana Post. FKIDlV WOK MM.. NOV. I3^h. IIII I \ It I II tfl 4KB, TheCalifornia papers have detailed THISI'OKPORATION LAW. Thefirst section to the ^Act aBienda- '^account* ot the great earthquake on the tory to an act to provide a temporary morningot October 21st. The shock I government for tbe Territory of Mon- k Tbe democratic - organs^ are im- i lasted thirty seconds. The contusion tana.^ provides-that the Legislative a* provingthey See-more and Mton^'.he las*t dav or two. wasindescribable, and millious ot dol^^lars iu property were destroyed. The^I Vanguard reports eight men killed,^Vinpk vn,:^ at Last.^^God bless you I eleven men. five women and two boys^bmX J9MX Pt^Hppt 1 caunot be ^^ Ny- ; WOundsd. The gas works were coui- movr^it 3*. Y. VomtetUioH. Home,Um capital of the Christian^world, has but one newspaper. Thenit is f.oubtless set up exclusive^^ly in ^Roman Capital. BrighamYoung has entirely com^^pleted his grading co...

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. — 13 November 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13. 3 REPORTEDFOR THE POST. ^rr. ^ i. d Kl^ ^ Hon Helurn* 1 ntil^hum. i ,000; lou a, 50,000; ^lt--^^..url, 14.00^^; WlMoniln, Is.-^ooii. florid* and South Carolina lit-piihllran-^ ouuecilcnt, 3,345. Paris,Not. 4.^Patrie aji that Minister^Barlmgame and the Chinese Embassy will ar^^rive at Pana in January, and will make pro^^positions to open to foreign commerce porta^in the interior waters. China ia to hare Euro-^l-ean consuls stationed at all tie great cities^Oi^ Europe. London,Nov. 4.^ The report that American^vessels of war have been sent up the Paraguay^river to Assumption i^ c^^nfirtn^l. They have^orri^rr to demand the immediate release of all^member* of the U. S. legation held aa prison^^ers by Paraguayans. Havana,Nov. 4.^The Haytien war vessels^commanded by Salnave in p^r^on, have bom^^barded Port Jeremie three days. The foreign New York, November 4.^The Albany^^-rung Journal concede^ the State to Sey- . - - . :.: : t Huffman bv 20.000 aon-ul...

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. — 13 November 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13. Thetloiitiiiia Post. ICi . ki:tikn^ in ^. h i n\. FKin.iv iiokmm., ^^^^. i:nii. A.Cameron Hunt, Governor ot Colo^rado, has issued a proclamation desig^^nating Thursday, .^ov. 30, 1^GS, as a^day of Thanksgiving and Turkey As^a high toned, logical expression of re^^ligious convictions, it excels the Presi^^dents. We suspect Mr. Hunt has a larger^gobbler in his mind's eye than Mr I^son. Thedispatches a day or two MM^mentioned the case of Miss Beeker. of^l^ondon. who claims the right to vote at^the ensuing parliamentary election.^The case in point is a test one, it l^eing^held by many that the English statutes^entitled women to suffrage. l^ueen Vic^^toria. Disraeli and many leading polili^^cians are strongly in favor of female^suffrage, and it is not improbable that^England wiil. if she has not, extend the^hallot to the sex whose representative^is on the throne. Beeolhct,gentlemen, you are in Mon^^tana and not at Oheriin or Ix^weli.^ 0a^zrttr. Wear...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 13 November 1868

Tin: MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13. RhPORTKDWDM THE POST. feshall have a chief^mere tool of Tammany thiscitv to- bePeter Sweeney,^magistrate who l*^Hall. SchuylerColfax arrived night. TheCuminittee of the Union League to in^^vestigate the naturaliration frauds in thia^city i* MMn of W. E. Dodge. Horace j^(Ireeley, M^*w H. Grinnell, Iaaac Sherman, I^Isaac H. Bailey, Marshall O. Roberts and^John D. White. LAWSOF THE UNITED STATES. PASSEDBY THE FortiethConffross. Forlabor, fuel, lights, and miscellaneous iteaw,^^ix thousand ^tullara. OFFICIAL.(PUBLIC^No. ft* IIn- ltr*ult In North Carolina. KaleichNov. 8.^The general opinion i^^-^ i- has gone for Grant by about 50.000^^v. The returns indicate the elect ion^,'f ^th^^ ^following Republicans to Congress :^.-^ 1 '.-t.. Cobb and lieoton: 2nd, Dewe.^Itb. La^h. The following are Democrat* : bjttk ; Durham in 7tb; and possibly, | great length before a full bench^M, k^ ^J ^ ^l'e '.Ui.great^inxiety to hear the decision. 1ill.iSn.-se. Nov. 8.^...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 13 November 1868

6 THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13. TheMontana Post. FRIDAY Moum\^.. NOV. i 5lli. Termsef Subscription: Onecopy, one year98 SO do. nix month*.5 00 do. three months3 30 Hatesof Advertising: mint^Card*. 5 lic^ or 1^m, 3 month*..^ ^ 00 do. do. do. 6 month*...10 00 do. do. do. 1 year15 00 On*square, tan line* or lens, 1 insertion, ..4 00 do. do. do. S do.6 00 do. do. do. 1 month10 00 do, do. do. S do. 13 00 do. do. do. 3 do. 15 00 do. do. do. 6 do. 25 00 do. do. do. 1 year35 00 Twosquare*. 1 insertion^* do. ^ do. I 00 do.1 month.12 00 do. 2 do. 1* 00 do. 3 do. 2^ 00 do. is do40 00 do. 1 year65 00 Daeeighth colnu.n. 1 insertionS 00 do do. 2 do. 12 00 do. d... 1 monthIS 00 do do. * do. 25 00 da do 3 do. 30 00 do. do. 6 do50 00 do. do. 1 year,70 00 One-sixthcolumn. 1 insertion10 00 do. do. 2 do. 15 00 do. .i... 1 month20 00 do. do. 2 do30 00 do. do. 3 do.3^^ 00 do. do. 6 do.55 00 do- do. 1 year^^ 00 Onefourth column I insertion12 00 do. do. 2 do. M 00 do. do. 1 month,^ do. do. 2 do3^ ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 13 November 1868

THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13. FOBSALE! . ( INK farm, foar miles East of Mi.-souU^\ Mi lb. on the road to Deer Lodge, ami^umeTiately on the j;reat thorouf \fare ha* t^ft;on to the i^^^i vx v mnmm Thisplace is highly improved with a com-^rsxsaW* frame hou^e, one and one-half *to-^-Luh. five rooms, stables, corarls and all^,'ae necessary outhouses. A young and^thrifty orchard, irrigating ditches and plenty^^ aiM to flood the fields at any season,^i field of sixty acre.*, and good -iT A 15 1. E. Onthe opposite side of the river. Allof the above property will be sold in^,-n^^* lot, at reasonable rate*. For term* apply^W. B.S. HIOGIN8, on premises, w.,, or Wunlen A Co., .Missoula Mills NT^ 63 Alain St^^ P. FINK * CQ^WHOLESALE andrrtali dealer* in QuMtOeh - ^I i\ cl * HXCLUS IVKL r BOOTSAND SHOES! WHOL/^^. I A /^; ^L- A' A 7.1 /A BOOTSAND SHOES, No.:{I, Haiti Mrccl,^111 I I \ \ . . . *lo\ i \\ \ Atthe SIGN of the Ji HI(^ HOOT J N.B Gurney 4c Co s. Boot* and Shoe* a^CuKtotn madeaod...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 13 November 1868

THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13. TheMontana Post. PublishedDaily and Weekly BYTHE MontanaPost YMsbtig Company, ZVO.NO MAIN' 81\ HELENA.^GEO. 11. PI^EY, .HAXACBH. Addressall Business Ccmniunication*. MONTANAPOST PUB. CO.'' Addwnall CurrmpuodMC* for Publication. EDITOR MONTANA POST. OI'K Atih.\TS. Ht*D*oNA Menkt. New York Timet Builuing^14 Park Row are th^ sola tfnU for MoktaSa^PO^T. for the Eastern State*. StulA YA.ntxx. Soie Agent* for Chicago^and vicinity. W.t. HaMU.T^ iX. F..rt Benton. MlA. J Smith Bat.nack J.M. fish. Sterling Hot Spring District. BEiijNi.kk a allslk. Silver Bow JamesBtvart. Deer Ledge. WOROKN* Co.. Hell Gate. W.P. Pak*o^^ Gallatin Citv. T.Nl^ Houox ^;ermaa Ouloi. Oro.Perrt Lincoln Ouleb. Geo.Ravcii . Radersborg. A.B. H \ v:i TOX Sao River Croaainc ii.H. Ha m \ ^wt, u rhlud Diatrie*. K.I'm ki ll, Samait I \. K.C. J.dlNss.v Blaokf.-.'t. wbslktw. JONKa. Reynolds' City. Elk Creek.^J. S. WILLIAM*. 8l Looit. Mo.^L. P. Fl.sllER. San Franci^co. Cal.^HRXRT RlKKDAS. A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 20 November 1868

THEMONTANA POST. A Newspaper, Devoted to the Mineral, .Agricultural and. Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. VOL,V. NO. ll. HELENA, MONTANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 18G8. WHOLENO. 220 TheMontaiia Post. FACTS. An article, fitly entitled ^An Out- ASTEP TOWARDS KKFUItTI. Thiscannot, must not, continue- Gov-^~~| ernment knows a little of the great Ata meeting ot the Indian Comtnfa-1 wriinfr ^he has indicted upon us in this MATIKALHIKTOII\ 'OF HO TAMA. rh:^. m. POTNKT, Associate Editor and Manager i^v^. ii. miij.s, - BPTTOB rag^\^ appeared in last evenings i/r/--1 *^on ^n the early i^art of October, t^e I respect, as in all her other ruisuianege- mld. The MMi affairs of this i^aner U'omniission made the following impor- ^^*nt of Indian affairs. Our Legisla- ....*^mi i -ii . ture shf^uld airain memorialize her on | gentleman was invited bv our cit mmhave not often intruded upon the at- ant recommendation, which W.U pro**, ^^ ^ ^ ^ iQ8lruct QUr ^ * ^^ ^ tentionot the public, but the un...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 20 November 1868

/ THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20. TheHoiitnmi Post. friday IWOIIMNC;, XOV. 20tU. Fokan interesting disquisition on^animal* see New York dispatches. Thelatent dramatization of ^Foul^Play^ was by tbe Tammany ring for^the benefit of Hoffman. Tiik'^tbrew some small shot intothe P^^-T yesterday. We knew we^should find 't in agin us in the fight. r.vKtrvIJioa's gem soag ia ^Sweet^Spirit, Hear My Prayer.^ It sounds to^us like a jM^etic trans|^osition of that^aublime appeal, ^Let me have whisky^and sugar^ Ourcorrespondent ^Au Revoir^ says^Virginia baa the (irecian Bend, and in^^timatea our town baa not. Juat take a^look at Main ft reel and aee if you would^not call it tbe ^Hellenic sinuosity. Anarticle ia going tbe round of tbe^papera about ^Tbe Boy of tbe Period^^and ^Tbe Cirl of tbe Period.^ One^would infer humanity bad come to a fall atop. Atillibustering expedition to Cuba is^rumored. Winn tbe rebel army was^shipped in '^^^, they tried to get up an^expedition to Mexico. History r...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 20 November 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20. 3 REPORTEDFoil THE POST. It.turn of Farrasut. Ithaca.N. V.. Nov. 11.^Ucl.lwin Smith TfnnrwrI.c^rlslatu re- Hi^^.olnilon-^to \ it. ate the ^|^. ak^ r'^ ^ hair. Na*hville,Not. 12^Senator Cole intro^^duced a preamble and resolution in the Sen^^ate to-day, retting forth that, WhereasThe .Speaker of the Senate waa a^member of the Confederate Legislature, and^had favored many of the acts of opprswioo^upon tbe Lnion men, and had been clearly^nmj of treason, he wm, under the Mat*^Constitution, uelligible to omce, and all acu^' which he signed as Speaker of the Senate ..1. '^'^ ^^ce ei.t-r upon en- were illegal; therefore, the Speaker', chair ,.ru, a an watMt at the Cornell I,^verity. ^ be declared vacant, and the SenitTproceed to^\ . I * -N..v. 11.-The L.^UrandJuiy ; elect a new presiding officer. TheVe resolu :it; t' ur indictment* affnin.-t p^r.-ons concernedin th naturalization frauds to-day.^| gtaa, Nor. 11.^The Mayor, Alder-^..: i ^ .1 [^ lined ^ ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 20 November 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2th TheHoiihin.-i Post. [orrsrial.] TIIANKM.Mt\ti RtCLAMA.^^ MM. Uwas* an early custon of our Fathers^when they first planted Christian civili-^/.Htion on the shores ot Amenn, to set^apart a day toward t In- rl^ ^se the year^when the Harvests were gathered,^to lie observed by all the {^eople ax a day^of 'hanksgiving and praise unto the^Lord lor His l^ountifiil goodness and^mercy, and since this old Colonial usage^):as ever lieeii sacredly observed and^)iande^i down by the old States, and andthe presentation ot a banner, which^is indeed a rare l^eauty. resembling a^l^ed quilt lately exhibited at the Expo^^sition of Pari-*, Montana Territory.^More auon from your* aa ever, Oam.o.w BoulderStore, Nor, 16, 1868. Tin:west. allsides by for*^those within hi* owri party line*the fiercest and the bitterest^bi^ fall .eemed certain. Bat in the face of orer- ! ]^,.n (^ Cutler Surveyor Oeneral ^^!^whelming edd. we haveseen him strip him- NVw Mexir,,. died at Sant...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 20 November 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20. REPORTEDFOR THE POST. Ih. ^MfMMMl Uamblera. Chicago,Nov. 14.^Specials to the evening^, ,r,^r- MQf Wall street had a sharp sudden^i^ng;e ^^ 'tucks. The greater buoyancy^,:, 1 excitement prevails on the stock ex-^.with a perfect rush to buy railway it.i rz^ advance iq price*. The bean^frightened. An enormous amount of^short contracts are covered, -vhich adds to^the excitement. The remarkable change in^nation is attributed to variou- caiun.^The ttreet u flooded with rumors. It is re-^. ,rr 1 that a retired Erie Directs has with-^jrawa five millions from the lock-up, and^-1 it over to the bull side; aUo, that^! , |,,re Yaiiderbilt and friends are ready^huyer* of New York Central. It is rumored^^ ,at i-tding bear* were free buyers of stock^...(.^!.i,iv .:nd to-day in concert with the ball^KM euient. poreisn ^I i-^ ^ 11 i ii .i.. Nov. II.^A fine meteoric display^watMaMd by the observere at Oxford Uu-^. initj to-night. Parts,Haw. 14.^K^s^ini, thegreit...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 20 November 1868

6 THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20. TheMontana Post. FRIDAV moitMM;, SOV. 20tli. Termsef Subscription: On*ropy, one year #^^ 00 do. six months.5 00 do. three month*.3 50 Katesof Advertising: BusinessCard*. 5 line* or let*. 3 month*,^do,do.,1^. Smooths,. do.do. do. 1 year. On*square, ten linen or leas. 1 insertion . do.^to.^do. do. do.do. 5do. 1month,. 2do. . 3do. . 6do. .^1 year.... do. do. do.do. do. do.do. do. Twosquares, 1 insertion,. do.2 do do.1 month do.2 do. do.3 do. do. . IS do. do.1 year Oweeijrbth column. 1 insertion do..do. 2 do. do.do. do.1 monthIf 00 do.2 do. 25 00 do.3 do. da.t^ do. do.1 year.. bebeat. We commend bim to all wbo ban^^ger and thirstCol. Sanders is busy in 'urt, being amusing bat never sarcastic...^Tbe Governor baring leaned his Thanksgiving^proclamation, is waiting for it to come....^Col. Howie is attending Court closely in tbe^da/ time^socially he is a success^ we were^fearful of that. All in all Virginia not an^uripleaaant period in existence. SCH...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 20 November 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20. FORSALE! * FIVE farm, four mjlw East of Miaaoula /\M:il-. on th^ ro^tf to Df*r Lodge, and^]Viar immediately on the great thoroughfare ir:u ^ ^re^on to the Mo%rv. \ MIM^. T.'.i*I'lac'* ^ highly improved with a com-^:rnne lmu-e, one and one-half eto-^. . ._h. fire room*, stables, corarls and all^^ . ---.try outhouses. A young and^thrifty orchard, irrigating ditches and plenty^.^ ter to flood the fields at ar.y ;^^Mnn.^.Abo. a field of eixty acres, and food STABLE imthe opposite side of the river.^All of the above property will be sold in^^. nr r^.L.-^nabl^^rates. For terms apply^t0\r. U.S. HItit.IXS. on premises, orWorden ^ Co., Missoula Mills KUNGr^ GUIiIaETTE m ,,kkior imitation oolb tiumat* WATGHES! it111 . ^ \, [.T. X^ 63 Main St i0V\ttP^ F,NK * C0.t^WHOLESALE anl retail dealer* in j u ^ t ^^ in - nc ii ^i * Ladies' Hi o 1 V/holesaleDEALERS Uroc cries, DryGoocl^. lolhiii^, Bootsand Shoes,^Hardware, Farming Implements, Liquorsaiifl Cigfar*. Mo...

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. — 20 November 1868

8 THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20. The.Montana Post. PublishedDaily and Weekly BYTHE MontanaPost Publishing Company. XO.MO MAIM STM HELKX A.^Mt.1. PINM H. Addressall Bosineas Cemmonieati.^oa, MONTANAPOST Pfc'B. CO. Ad.ir***all Corrrespondeo ce for Publication. EDITOR MONTANA POST. Mit MMH, lln-. i v Mivki N^r Tcrli nates BoDdiag^14 Park Bow are tbe sole agents fur M^Maw^Pwr f..r tu^- K^^'ern .-^*^- Steei.A VAntis, Sole Agents for Chicago^aixi ^irini'y.^W. T. Hauutc* F.^rt Ronton.^Mt. A. J Smith Ban neck.*^J. M V - Su ing. H^t Spring District^BEI.UNOKK A Al.l.f.X. Silrer Bow.^Jam em Kn art, I^eer Leslg*.^WoRi'i \ A I'^ II- : ^;a*e^W P. PaKSO** Gallatin City.^T. Xk-^i^^i^o\ (ierman Oulch.^Oeo. Pkrkt. Lincoln Gulch.^(.h-^ IUivh Kadersbnrg.^A. B. II \mh ion Sun River Crown*.^H. H HatmaaWT. Highland District.^F. CHtHCH. Sommit City.^R. C. J^^HS^.^ Blackfo.*. WF.-Ii \ W. Jonfa Reynolds'Citv. E!k Creek. J.S \\ II i.1AM-. ^t. 1,0111* M... P.Fimif.r. San Fianeisco. Cal.^Henry Riv.ki^kv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 27 November 1868

THEMONTANA POST. v W^wqiaji8r, Devoted to the Mineral. Y^i-ic-nlt itt~i*1 and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. VOL.V. NO. 12. HELENA. MONTANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1868. WHOLENO. 221 Tin*Hoiitiiiiii Post. aki1. mills, - EDITOR XMKIt I it | OP TIO^TA ^ A ' , ]^: As-ociate .ML, 11^Editor Ix NKY,^and Manager CIXTKXT8.\,. . ^ TtiHtik^(riTiii|c Day^The Debt of Mo*^. li'Vi'inif ^ IManki m ^^ur Platform^i^ ^' ^California Election _i ha Cwaiaa ^-f t^j^ Xaiiua. S^K.tiforial Note*^The Traaefar^Taa^I rn'ihl^I^em^^cratir Tactica^Fifth^Saw 'T^Tie W^;i Street Wara -^it ^^ ^KmiiffHut Soc-ietj Wanted .a * ,f..rnia. !.'^^'^^ ^ Kfrii Krtt.-M* - The Ore-^^ hartb [uake Indicator!^Tba |AGE 1 ^A Df and for It*-f. no^The ^V,i \,,!-1 ^ i IUi^n^r-k^The K.K^r^ Inkling*^^;lUa I . S. ..w^^\V^n^l-n Wedding luk X'^^Market UeiN^rt^letter withthem, at* thus far, they have !^^^^ n^merly experi mental. Have faith iu^Democracy and down witli Repuhlican-^ism. The new legislators wiil make all^needlul improve...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 27 November 1868

THE MONTANA POST; FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27. TheMontana Post. t-ltll\l MoitMX.. ^^v. ^7lti. ThkCongress of the Inited States,^the legislature and Supreme Court of^Montana all convene lh-c. ^th. Somegirls lately escaped from Black- j^well's Island in a tub. The Wsr^f aavs^they were washed ashore. They should l^e taken hack and ! ironed. Will'the coming man^ smoke^^Par- j fn. Likely.We will have ^the pijiiny^times ol peace ;*' the Oenius ot America^challenges the world, and all the people ftajit t ^ ^^/^^/ /nr. One.bar at Saratoga doe-* a business^worth $12,000 a season.^ Efchnny. Thereare bars in Montana yielding^more than that per month, during the^season. Thewell known actor, ^Yankee Locke.' '^had his jaw broken ai Oloueester, Maw.. '^a few days since, by falling down stairs, j /*. Jmt II. raid. Thatis the worst case of Locke jaw ^^1 ^^ ever heard of. Salmon1*. Ciia-k. when BtWM of^Ohio, wrote probably the finest Thanks^^giving Proclamation in the language.^(Jot. Hayes of Ohio has ju.-t ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 27 November 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27. 3 BRPOMTKDFOR THE POST. TheI 11 _ 11 ^^!i ISIectloua. 1,i, ion. Nov. ly.^The Tun^^s this morn-,^inr claim* a bib ral majority in the parlia-^,u- far riectrd of 120. It says the^,v |m BtwMSS to the teachings of the^mstitutiun. but not as real by Di.-raeli.^I'n-v have agreed to redress all wrongs, and^reject ih.m,'- for the simple sake of change.^The result of BwS election thus far justifies^the reform act as mm improvement in legisla-^ti\ ^ machine-,di-. rediu the prediction thatit wouM enthrone tnoba and encourage^the wild democracy troopsin the place, who are birricadin^ the^streets, expecting an attack from the insur^^gent*, who are only three n.ilex distant.^The insurgent*' organisation is complete.^Account! from Santiago de Cuba represent^the rebel- within four miles of that place, in^fall force. Loud cries for American aid is^heard in all directions. HII Hard Tournament.^N^^w York, November 1^.^The first billiard^match between Ku.loir.he a...

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. — 27 November 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27. TheMont aim Tost. PRIDAV IOlt MM., sov. BTUh. AIH. 'I \ Mi FOR BEFORE. Thefollowing article from the //iff*-^l^udi ut of tbe 21st, evidences that the^follies and iniquities ot Montana legil^lation are such tliat even that intensely^parti^an paper canuot longer withhold^ivnsun- ami recommend revision. Its^party proclivities and a fear of utteran^^ces that would militate against demo^^cratic success in the next campaign,^causes it to }n*rs^istently avoid allusion^to the m^/st oppressive, obnoxious and^extravagant laws that encumber the^statute books, and the article is put^mildiy as an entreaty u^ the Legislature^to reform ere they inevitably scuttle^the party boat. As a candid admission^on the part of the Iudijnmint that the^legislation of Montana is discreditable^and oppressive, we give it helow. When^the Gazette and Democrat shall have^honestly and frankly avowed the same^and culled lor reform, we may expect an^etTbrt from our legislature. It ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 27 November 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27. Ikom if \^^a^ at. .. in merrlal f^ro^^prrltj . gpfTOatSPost :^No one but a grums^aii complain of hard times in Ban^^naok. All the miners have done well^.jus n-'nwin Two buudred thousand^l La precious met tU would be a^,,vv ,-tiniate for the amount that has^V^.^n delved out ot the ground in Beaver^^.[. j | e 'iintv this year. The prospect*^ar^- asxt season will doubtless double^tl,^t amount. The merchants have^w.-ll. Not one can be named in^l^t ,- muty who has not made money. Smith,tiraeter ^ Co. are constantly^...1 \.r^_r *^d selling large quantities of^Their teams have bt*en freight*.^^^_- ^area basal BalaSka and Virerinia all^jl^aaar. and vegetables and flour in^- from Mill Creek and Kit**Boot. Mil. in. M^tlan.and Bob McLean have^arrived w ith their trains from Salt Lake^; with Hour and other goods. The^r arrived toMiay. MiXIN'iaffaius. ('lurki Mill has been running ail^- inuner aaddoiag remarkably well. N.^^ \\ 1 ^till keeps his little mill ...

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