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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 27 November 1868

6 THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27. npi -mm.nA j leaid parts. He immediately came to the of-' many citiien* deiore hi* departar*. Ui.PaS* ' community. When Flora decks the field. Ill' Till II121 II21 I ll\F I See ot the Posrr and had a card inserted, an- in Montana*! early hi^tory will ever be re- with her fresh tapestry and hangs bsr gar-^V M Vt9^^ noancing th# fact w^ lh# disco vary. Mr. ferred to by hi* numerous friends with feel-^Becker came in last evening and received tbe inga of pride and tatufaction. Mr. Wm.^parte in the same condition as when lo^t. Mr. Berkin, of the Boulder valley.now ia Helena^^^ 00 Bessette received from Mr. Becker the reward ' City will, we understand, receive aobecription*^.-^ 00 of fi^e hundred dollar*, which he had offered ' for the object stated. 3.10 for it* recoTery. The action of Mr. Bessetteu.*m^ r i isquite refre.h.nt and is entitled to much | PAIXFCI. Rl xon.^I here i. a painful^credit.' rumor on the streets that on the night of the 110th...

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. — 27 November 1868

THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27. =======^r ' V^.iXX^^U^JT ,1 HI 1 . _w v Kj^JLl i- - ' :r,L-^L- 1I\IRRI^TORlTIVE. sKPH Fill AND. the French Barber at Dim-^in i^rr|^vni to rwiurf ha ir to the ,^!will cive ^w unty that toe hair will grow^r m natural beauty anil lustre or do charge^i 1- i^r.'\id ng ^ net..mere will gire secu^orft will be paid for if the heir in ; Mr P. will give security from fifty to thousanddollars, according to the case, that^^ir will tK- restored in ull its natural luxurian^- iro would only ask security fiat be^e his p*^^ ,n* J'* '* satisfactory All kin^l^^rH . ..' ila the trade will be done ia a mag'^^ utmost satistaction.^^ ; ,j 1 awl wish to publish uiy business to^... I had satisfactory evidence that! b^ hat I claimed. Having dona^Ktsaaaa cases I am now reedy to pro-^,nd would ask the afflicted to^a ami! next door to the What t'beer^J1 Mn KK1A.NU^intend ^^^^. M T. April wly , ^ERIOB IMITATION QOLD HCNTINO WATCHES! Tlie^^:*V atcb pV O T O R Y KOIDEC^se^l--...

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. — 27 November 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDJAY, NOVEMBER TheMolilalia Post. PublishedDaily and Weekly bynre MontanaPost Publishing Company. NO.SO MAIN 8T-, HELENA.^GEO. yt. n^^KV, nANA6U. Addrees all Buiinen Ccmo.unicaliotM, MONTANAPOST PUB. CO.^Ail disss Mil Corrrnapoadeoce for Pabticatioa. EDITOR MONTANA POST. OIK AGEXTS. HlDtMA MEIIT, New Tore TV^4 Par* Row are tk^ sole w-na for Mo xt ah*^V^ -T f-r the Eastern States.^f^I mi ^ TA.vns, Sole Ageats for Chicago andvhfrnity. W.T. HAjrn.To.'*. F^rt Rentea. Mra. j. Smith Bannaek.* J.m. Pbh. Aterliasr. H^x Spring District. BeiLIXGEBA AtXEM, Silver Bow. JaMKs8 tv a KT. Df^r Lodge. WOKDEJI*Co.. Hell Gate. W.P. PABWW8. ^ ;^11at:n CHy. T.Nkiolmx Oerman (Vntch. iiF Pf.rkv. Lincoln Geo.BaL^CH . Radars A.B. H wriTov Sua Biver Creasing.^^ H. H. HatHaaWT. Highland District F.CHI RCH. 8ummit City. R.C. Jr.itwsow, Blaekfxot. Wwri W. J^M.^ Revnoids' City Elk Creek.^J. 8. WnXIAMft. St. Louie, Mo.^L P. fwhkb. Saa Franeieeo. Oal.^HENBT RlEBPEX. Arfen-a. ii.Elus A Co.. Lee...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 4 December 1868

THEMONTANA POST. Nwapap#r9 Devoted to the Mineral, Agricultural and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory, VOL.V, NO. 13. HELENA, MONTANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1868, WHOLENO. 222 TheMontana Post. OCCIDENTAND OKI I.N I . THATDEBT. M.lMK\||o^ VS. Fit A I'D. CAST BR*AD I PO WATEKH. mi KDITOH. Associate .m. pimiaYi Editor and Manager roXTEXT8.. ^I^h^' Army^Occi.lent MnU Orient Theprogress of civilization has ever! Our neighbor of the Democrat, as well The editor ot the Qatette, confirming^been westward. Its cradle was in the J as the Gazette, has made a reply to our I his right to the sobriquet ' Artful I^od-^North Temperate zone and moving to- ; article on the ^Debt of Montana,', which ! gar,^ has ^Another Dodge'^ in yester-^ward the Occident. fK)pulati^^n, arta, sci- i would be creditable to him if it were day's issue. The suggestion tor a Keg-^fnces and letters*, the energies ot Com- true. But the premises taken are false. , istration Law inspires his feeble soul to^^MM*, the hum ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 4 December 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4. TheYloiitaua Post. /MlIs AY WORM I K4af I^K^'. 4th. TheBroadway bridge has Wen ordered^immediately removed by the Aldermani-^Board of New Vork City Exit pon* Atoot rare l^etween three girls w^^ a^testure at the late agricultural lair in IowaKt. Ifthey thiiik that their duty to the^race^all right. A^ honeymoon car^ is to oe placed on^^he Pacific Railway, when completed^fat the benefit, ol bridal parties.^A'*- tftrier. Tbere-pair shop for that car will l^e^it Salt Lake City. Inthe late election the number of^votes cast in the restrictive cities were:^^'hicsgo. :MU^70; Cincinnati. SI .270; Bal^^timore. Mt/ftfi; St. Louis. 2o.00d: Boston.^27,-ViO and San Francisco 2V70O Rememberother mountains have la^^bored just as I eavily and only brought rortha mouse. ^ G^iz^tt Wbywill you intrude your own u (fairs^^ ^n the attention of the public; you go^peddling your sorrows snout as though^^^orumunity cared wliether you gave1^birth to a Titan or a titmouse. I...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 4 December 1868

THE MONTANA POST, Fill DAY, DECEMBER 4. 3 REPORTEDFOR THE POST. iii. A la l^ama ^ o til hi I mm I on ^ A uew^plan. NewYork, November 2t^. ^The Herald's^V\'.i-..n.^'^^ special give^ wli.it pur poll,- to^.-Lit.-lance of ^ convention between Mitii't!* Jobnsou and Lord Stanley, which^rei-eiv-*-i the approval of the Unti^h Govern^^ment and i^ now under consideration by the President. All claim* to be submitted to*k^:,i--i'^n of three p*^rsonf, two to be se-^^,1 | 1\ t^'i.'.-ri Victoria and one by the^I're.-i i-nt, to ineeet in Washington and itn-^irtiaUj mafaf and decide according to^:^nd equity, without fear. tavor^,r .itfection to our country, all the^,n:..- presented m the case.^Ii th.. C^^:noiissiotiers are unable to agree^my cl iini, they .-^hall select as arhitra-^;. r NM ssvsNisra. of Europe friendly to^i. w^nMBaaia, whose decision will be^final and absolute. The Convention then^^ ^^ manner in which evidence will^. f,k ii. and the decl-ion r^-nd^red. Each i,ivernment is to appoint...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 4 December 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4. TheMont aim Tost. PKID1V nVHM^0, DEC. Uli. Of AY. Thefollowing- i^ a tran^.Uttou from i^Spanish poem, which hti the Ediabnra; Rerun-.^.^ lurps^ed by nothing irirh which we are ^c^inarmed in ibe Spanish Ungutfr except the tVle^of Louis de Le^^. Ob'let iv *^^ul its -I umbm break Aroiix-the ^cn*c^ ^ad awake^To aw bow soon I.I^ in it* gloriea. (IhImiwh . AmiBan stern fooUtet* of decay^Cueae stealing m. Andwhile we view the nt'tinir tide.^Down which our flowing imoutes glide Awayso fan i^Let u^ the present boar employ^And deem each future dream h ^ ^- Alreadypa^t. Letno vain hope deceive the mind^No happier lot as h. |* to nnd To-nwrw thaa to day.'^O-ir (f^'M#^n dream* of yore mere bright.^I.ike tLrii. t!i- | ri-fii ^hail delight Likethem -i^ - v .ur lives like hastening sti raiaal iuu^t^That into one engulfing sea Aredoomed to tail ^^The ^^^ ^ of death, wboae wave* roll on^O'er *iug aad kint[d.^m crown and thron- Audswallow ail. Al.fc the river'* lo...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 4 December 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4. REPORTEDFOR THE POST. titoriic)(.eneral on the Klulil^^lour Law. $r*York, Not. 29.^Attorney Own. Evarts^ha* forwar to the President his opinion on^the op^r.it i'/n of the eight hour law fourteenthamendment prescribes the modes^for punishing participation in rebellion,^which is disfranchisement, and no other pun^^ishment is prescribed. The prosecuting at^^torney moved to postpone the motion until^the latter part cf the term. Chief Justice^Chase decided to hear the argument on the^motion on Thursday. .eneral New*. Washington.Not. 2a.^The following pro-^mctions in the navil service were made to MayorShutliff, in reply to a dispatch, inviting^him to the hospitalities of Boston, declining^all public demonstration, and stating he^would be happy to receive such citisens as^may call at tbs St. James Hotel, where he^will stay during his Tisit to Boston. Plymouth.Dec. 1.^The trial of Deacon^Andrews for the murder of Cornelius Holmes^was commenced to-day b...

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

[ I 6 THE MONTANA TOST, FRIDAY, DECEMBER TheMontana Post. FRIDAY TIOKMU, MGC. Itli. Termsof Subscription: On*copy, om year00 do. six months, 00 do. thre* month*.3 50 Hatesof Advertising: Buninaa Cards. ^*^ line* or leas. 3 month*..I 6 00 do. do. do. 6 month*...10 00 do. do. do. 1 year,15 00 Ob*square, ten' line* or less. 1 insertion. ..4 00 do. do. do. 3 do.6 00 do. do. do. 1 monthI^ ^*) ds do. do. I do. 13 00 do. do. do. 3 do15 00 do. do. do. 6 do. 25 00 do. do. do. 1 year35 00 Twosquare*. 1 insertion,* 00 do. S do. 8 00 do. 1 month12 00 do. 2 do. It* 00 do. . I do. M do. 6 do. 40 00 do. 1 year65 00 Je eishth column, 1 insertion8 00 do do. 2 do. 12 00 do. do. 1 month1H 00 Vol do. do. -i^ 00 da do. 3 da. 30 00 4a, da. 6 do. 50 00 do. do. 1 year,70 00 One-sixthcolumn. 1 insertion.10 00 do. do. ^ do. 15 00 do. do. 1 month,...20 00 do. do. 2 do.30 00 do. do. 3 do.36 00 do. do. 6 do.55 00 do- do. lysar,P0 00 One-fourthcolumn. 1 insertion12 00 do. do. S do.18 00 do. do. 1 month.SM 00 do....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 4 December 1868

THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4. T^FEIOR IMITATION OOLD KCNTINC* I WATCHES! TheOroide Watel FACTOJH Y FIRST NATIONALBANK OF OKOlDECmn, a newly-dis-overed f^mpi^i-^ti..n. knuvD inly tu imnelret, precisely like^i| |D appearance, keeping its cob* as loaf a*^*^ gn.i a* well finished as the bnt OoM ones. ...*^a^ he. ^re in Hunting 8mm. made at oar^,,,^ Factory. ti^.in the nest material*, of the latest^' j ro^; approved styles, are Jeweled aad well^a-jlbed. with a t iew to the beet result* ia regard i For Appearance, durability and \^'.', t[,^x aa*e never been equalled by Wat.~bes I^,N*tin* rive I in^-i^ M much. Each one warranted I^^^^^^^ ' ' ^^-^ i ^^^^' irate ran- Price^i, ^ -men ^ and Ladies' sizes. For this^^utn any ono can hare an excellent Watch. I^OTi hi appearance tsl as fiel ftsr b^n aa aOena I^..^.ng *l AUa, a Watch of extra f-ne and i sti/xrinr Finish, for $ 'J o . nappearance to one costing #200'^v .. 11-.. i- ( u.no*. as well axado as taiae of Gold v'. i lie. a'.'l I I....

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. — 4 December 1868

THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4. TheMontana Post. PublishedDaily and Weekly BTTHE MontanaPost Publishing Company. J^0.SO MAIN ST^ HELENA.^GEO. 91. PINNBY, 71 AN K.Kit. Andreasall Business Communications, MONTANA POST PUB. CO.^^Address all CoTrrespoodence fur Publication. EDITOR MONTANA POST. lR AGENTS. hudsona Menet. New Ycrk Timet Building^14 Park Row arc the aula if^U for Montana^PokT for the Eastern States. STULA TAviu, Sol* Agents for Chicago^and vicinity. W.T. Hamti.to.-*, Tart Benton. MlA. j. Smith. Baaaaek.* J.M. Fish. Sterling*. Hot Spring District Bf.iusc.ERa allen, 8ilver Bow. JamesStuart, Deer Lodge. Words*a Co., Bell Gate. W.P. Parsons. Gallatin City. T.Nu noLNON German Galcb. (}eo.Perrt. Lincoln Galch. Geo.RaL'ch , Radersburg. A.B. Hamilton. Sod River Crossing. H.H. Hathaawt, Highland District. F.CBi'RCH, Summit fitv R.C. Johnson, Black foot. we6letW. J on EH, Reynolds' City, Elk Creek.^J. S. Williams. St. Loots, Mo.^L. P. Puhek, Saa Praaciaeo. Cal.^Henry Rierden, A...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 December 1868

THEMONTANA POST. Mil A. Newspaper, Devoted to the Mineral. A.RriowltTir^l and Comraereial Interewtw ofT Montnnn Territory. YrOL.V, NO. 14.HELENA, MONTANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1868.WHOLE NO. 223 TheNontaiia Post .IAH. H. M1I,I,S. KDrroR QMtaJ.Jfaf.ratMJBVa AssociateEditor and Manager ro.STKXTS MAE1^Th. Capital ^ju^ii..o^Tit* Klott.tral^.-oll.ir.^ Th* Miarrat Arin-Tho Kifth^-urs^K*prs^^ntvt.iri ^^f Mimirihs*^T.^ our l.*ai*-^BSS*a^Our Virginia I.nttar. I*A((S ^l.r-erali.m Triumphant^ Why BJ it^I nsnai|mta^at^ Wa Kl it^That Lrftgialalurr^Tin-^Min.ral I.hti.I Art. I'AliEJ^T^Ivk rapine^ A Ueaotitiil Superati-^^ ion^T|^. W^f PAUK4 ^Praai.taaf. M.--^I'WiK .._Montana LavWfMM ^ Ifea Waal^^Inkling.^ Lawt ^af 'be I' AMaWaVaaal N^^^^i,i^t at l.^vr.-i,i^n^.i^ tka r l HAdKl.val Xaar. ^ I.-ti-r I.i^t ^Market^Ke,s M. Andrew.Johnson is a thorough Bour^^bon.^ Witnhiiiyinn f'fir-'tn'r/e.^Thoroughly saturated at last. Tuhighest sport i'tg authorities in^New York declared all bets off on ac-^^ ^^^unt i^...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 December 1868

TheJlontana NMj VKIIMt nOIIMM., Ilh.t . ^1 1th. ^\Bitot Jihii] I at HM, the^rate tor registered letter* will be titteru centsat present it is cent- TImForty-flmm ^ ngmi ..i ike ; n^-^tod State*, the Kitili ]*fi^!:itutt . am! Supremo(*^^aii ^ ^( Montana, nil bmi Pe^^rth Somebodystole m co)uwMi i^! Mr.^liilinwin * t nee-age on Satiirdsv The^^hiei* need on!) have hunted lip one ^^'^lis oid v^ ^o nil alMJi.1 ii to hbtati nil l^orli^kc ami Jt-nv Black know. 11is stated there will U^ tweiitv seats^^outested in the present Congress Cr^-^vode ct[^. -ets to get his seat on the^coatcat, aiKj nfj ,;^ , .Julian antici^^pates tli^; e^ss nt hilt. \\ill the eoaataaj wan work*^^' !irixfi' ii ^m^/(^/(( / Ifshe has a huhI^nn^ 1 ^-lm spends bis^time euaeoetlaii such abeard conun^^drum- Baa will hare to. or go to awM^other Paw House ieneral tiran* can't relinquish his^bust^ entirely. He was inveigled into^the last oaa by .Mrs Fisher A men. Like ,^^hat af Mr. Lincoln by tin- satm- artist,^I ta said to M...

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. — 11 December 1868

THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, DECEMBER II. thankingfat troop* iii I' | r. p )-ili.ii^ wa^. in tlic nature nf thing*, on- ' publi-hed garbled account* of hi* Krie rail MMMf*l^^ri^an ^^n RHMh N- Y irk. Dw. ^.^ l^he VwM cmmm ^ i ^t:erfrom Senator Mort .^ in reply t.. tlie^-t.iteirtent nl th:^t MM* tti.if be intended In^: fr ^ lu ^^^ a hill at tin' iti*^tiu^j of C^N|IM^tirerttag the hmllltl payment of tive-^tvMMtlM in ^'.'ii hat'k ^*. upon which the WorldcoMMewtett, denouncing Morton *^^..ur^ ia vi-ciilating and iaejMMutnat. s.o,^,t..r MortM 9**l*% that fa intends to intro^luce *ucli ^ bill. H* M|r^ be didn't nT.ini^I ^rise the MtM wr-.i* !^' Mid 10 tli^ SmMi^; I i r I M ill^ payment of the five t^ent ie* grMaiMcki.M^ mm fa alwsyi armwd^iurn:^ th^ c.-iiivn-^. ttiat it w*.- the tir-t duly ^1^^he Uoverntuer.t to return to -p*cie payment,^^rhich, when *| I l^M|l|i^fni|. Hi.nil -eitle nil^iMttitMi as t ^ i! ^ MMM4 of bonis. The^ItriWHl li i- right t i MM neae l^jal^^ -til^*r nuti^. an ', mike t...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 December 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11. BMPOMmwom rant rosr. MESSAGE .'li-li*^ i ^-il l^^ Anrirr-vi .lolui-^mhi. I*rc^i4l4'iil ot^ llie I mud^^i^^ I^^^. to ttiv ImmNMI an^l^ll^-|^r^.-*4.-iiiulit ^-*^ oi ilu- Part]^(1r^l ^M^^^loii in ^'4NMKM i^v-^^c*ml^l^'^l, !^^'^^. f^i It. lMi*^. mi vi eta**^^^',/;.^/^ i it;:, ^m ,.fti^ s, offe|^r tMKt-iln. m :^MM OMIH Fpontli^' rc-.is^cinbling of ti^ngre^s it |^liraiii become- my iluty to rail attention 10tlM Male of tli^- I iiion and to III roll- . ;1111 ^ ^ ^ 1 'h-m irani/ainm mihUt the various,^lawi \% 111111 bare been passed upon tin-^subject of reconstruction. It may !^^^ i^^alt lv assumed M M axiom in the gov- I^BfawMMl of Mate- that tin- greatest wrongs i^IBflklf4 IBM I people arc tUMtd by Ml^unjust MM arbitral ^ legislation or bj Ike^unrelenting decrees of despotic rmn, !^tii.l tli it tin tinit l\ ri^ \ ^ o iti^^ii ui lalMI* I^.oils ami opprcs, i v ^' WMM is tin- treat - j^rot good that ran !^^' confei red upon a lia- I inn.I'lif legislator...

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

THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11. 1sri:'.. and will, it i^ evperted. V^^ MNhM at I^^n early day. MMfmiiTAis. Vonatsttcsl r.-t-iilntimi of controversy rel-^itlve tu coliiil.il trade toil fislierie.i can fie .1c-^,:ouipli.-he.| by treaty between ilie l_'uited^^la(* nu t ilreat tin I till unlll Congress shall^have ear*e*^ed its judgment concerning the^principle involved, three nth, r nue-tuinf.^however, h^iw^ni the lulled MMM MMMI^Kfit.nn fMMto ^|. mi lor adjustment. Thea^^tre the mutual rutin of MMllMl mMMSsS,^the asMadarj aaestloa. usrolvias: Mm title thei-lan l ! Sin.In in, on the Pacific co:i-*, ad^*^^^ aatnl ^^asm* hUm ^une-- Mm |w^!H.s:! of the sMmm and *nbject* of the MM^BMMtffMI lor iM;nri^^ snd MmMMH coin^mitt* i STuder the authority ^l their respective^IwaMnlK Ne-ot istion* upon these ^ub^jcct^ arc |i^riJin-. an 1 I nm imt without hope ,i Mtag sale to i iy b^f^n Mm Senate for it* conjideiatioi,Jurim; the present session a^protocol c.ilculuted to briug to an end MMM^iustlv...

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

6 hiemontana J1U4 11 I 1 - -^-^* post,friday i r: c k m \\ ft \i 11. TVHontann Post, r'f.inMMM*- s Ihxily.^v. I.IHItAkY Amociatio;^members of this Society Ill.i.K mu\Mm ;.T^e ftat Termsof Subscription : theirnew room.^ in the Whitlatc h builJiner, night, nt which it^tor the purpn^e of piloting officers of the A : amount ot UHJpottii^soiiution for the ensuing year- It is highly by the following extr.u-t from the official re- Ki in 'he Hm v ot Mlay IIl.l.knaI.IUICMiN AaMM I VTI'iN.^ '1 'be^Association h-ld j meeting on lust Saturday^ti in.-.o t^ .1 a coiiti^lera'.,le^it MWtMea. m will he MM importantthat in the selection of officers for^this MMMtttion, iust starting out upon its^l:le. *rreut cure should be exercised. How-^i ever lull of promise it may now be. however port:^The report ot t!i- Committee on Suh-^^i nptious was read. showing ^ most gratify^1115 success ; .^.-r i our llu'j- iml dullars h:^^lo'^u ruh-crihel, au^l tli^ donations of booa^, iMMSMgth^ prospects for It* success ...

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

iiriflithiV Thompson. itffHWKAITJl If^Con tractors, ..i ^ * mmjm I at * ^i ^^^.- . . Manufacturers. i\u.i mvhn or LUMBER,KATH, IIIJa ^V L ax lxto lis, SASHAND BLINDS, And.ill kinls of / r I LI US M. I / 'ATf/. I /., ft SiudervWinffert ^ Co., .tioqsHta^iRM snebM PIONEKR TANNERY, THK M HiS FAN A !'^.^^ . Y *H***4 KHH^AV; Dfelife Ml^ii..U -Ji fff 1 / / / n*FouWOit^, 1ACUIMil \|pli^*all^^n for 111. I.o ,ty. f'MH.fy. M. T-^^ 1 MillCreek, MONTANATERRITORY IsillH^tl^'1^f^^l*W of WIIKKEA*. Blaudaa* Ttaiaiw and L.ibiir^U. Tunib-y. of i.w^* 1* and Clarke county^Montana T.Tnt..rv. ^^T.l rm the SMb day of May^'^A. n. ^^ i,aae^to sad dalirai to taa aa- j Idcrsigned. a mortgage ir the aauie dale of the i^' prcperty hereinafter deacrltveo1. to aerttre lb* pnv- '^mei,- of it ^ ertaia mugiutiui ifuuvwl by tin- 1^' undersigned hi tli^^ Ma-cb term. A D. It**, of j^I the HI Judiaial irUtriel Court, in ami for tb, euanty^, id Lewi* and Ciark,. in w^l Montana Territory ,^I against said I. ^'. Yuralaw for...

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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 December 1868

II TIIEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, Amuvsnhj last com*, Mr. J. Q. Sherly,^well known to our citiiiseai as ^ heavy stock^importer and dealer. He appear- to Rood^advantage after hi^ trip. FromWsaassdays' leaily.^i ummekciai.^During the last week^^Hisinsss baa been vsry good, a large numb-r^of assorted good* hare been turned oat to^Mipply outside camp*. A large quantity hav^^ing been (.hipped to Virginia City, which^market ia being largely supplied from here.^Trad* at present u rather quiet and may re^^main ^o lnr a few days, but we look for a re^^vival, which will absorb a large portion of the^pjesent stock. Mapleshave not varied to any great extent^since our last remarks, and there are but few^articles of which there is any scarcity. Flouris held rather weak at present, hut^we have no doubt bat that it will be firm be^fore many months and buyers be on the stree^instead of sellers. The Territorial mills are^taming oat a large quantity bat there has^been very little brought in from Salt Lake^...

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. — 18 December 1868

1 TH T7 yjrsjl NAPOST v Newspaper, Devoted to the Mineral, Agricultural and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. y 'itn*J vol.V, NO. ir^. HELENA, MONTANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1868. WHOLENO. 224 TheII out si iia Post ,. i. \ 1 I 1,1.^. - KDITOIi. ,, j. i. m. PQf --vp-:^.-. AssociateEditor and Manager^^ ^ iNTKN i s. THFl,OVi;it^OK'!i ni^N.l^E. The(iovernor in recommending a me^^morial for a geological survey truthf un^^says : No other jortion ot the continent^presents equal attractions to our men of j Montana, although then^science. Primitivevolcanic res mains.|^etrifactions. fossils, hot, warm^and medicinal springs, immense gold^and silver deposits, coal, iron, copper, preciousstones and n^arl^!e, are found in 1 Act. While they are ameiiding. it is^great pMMM and variety in all parts i deemed desirable bv manv lawyer* that ofthe lerritorv. Our soil and climate viz the Governor's ri^ht in requiring J or two ironclads and three thousand sol Ol It V1K(.INI \ LETTER. CalehCashing ...

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