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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 18 December 1868

! a THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18. \ TheMont ami Post. (HE\ l '^ MB!^A6B. FHIDAY ^fORMXi, DEC, ISIh. Amaxim tor Johnson and ^sich^ : ^He^who blackens others does not whiten himself. kk.mihOkary, ot Pennsylvania,^has announced his intec tion to l^e a can^^didate for re election to his present office.^Some of the Republican papers of that^State are damning him with faint^praise Iied, at Bethlehem. Penn Sept. 19.^Johanna Maria Ibckewelder. daughter^of the late Rev. John Heckewe'.der, in^the hMth year of her age. Shewas the first white child born in^Ohio A.nexchange rays ^'thestatement that^Lawrence. Muss., employs 3o,000 factory^L'iri^ is untrue, as the place has not that^large a population.^ The factory girls^are not supposed to have anything to^do with the ^population^ of the place TilKaction of the House in referring^:he resolution to appropriate one dollar^tor nails, to the Committee on Indian^Affairs, is decideuly (Aboriginal. It is^also very ^appropriate^ but the Legisla^...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 18 December 1868

THE MONTANA P(tM', FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18. nan; tsaa ^l1C J I It I M !*TE.H. MM UK It I Editors r^Ti-Am-mg the * many^[g uuaaiag upon the attention ot^LifwlMWi f^r artiou, there i^ no irhichtba MC^Iflca of our people^!;;,::.! -houhl receive a more prompt^. ,^.^^ ^^'! consideration tlian tlic revia-^^!^n ^' iar^ ^*^*iwni in its application^to civil eaaea. Af^acitix^-n deeply inter-^i in the welfare of the Territory.^'~nA baring had enlarged opportunities^.(,r forming :^ correct judgment upon the^ratios ot the '^:,; common^C^ P ^]!iir^-t!ieiit of a IMltaMI verdict^n all r^~es. I have not.--'! with pleasure^,ilt. cour^e ot the press ^^f the Territory^n calling public attention to this sulr-^. , ; \^;:h the view of^ securinir a refor^^mation ol exiMing abuse*. There are^% iatvllignal and estimable citizens^,i doubtless decry any attempt to^u .. tin v consider fundamental^proved by t!ie wisdom of aires,^will regard a proj *^si tion to change^'.^,*,. f MMBKMI law practice la this panic-^j.ir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 18 December 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18. TheMonism a Post. FKinAV7fOltM%^.. 1Kits. OIK IIIIWII LtTTER.^AmfB^mral to MM Kxoiupiion Law.^DI^^'U^^ioii In the Coanrll. KiiT'^':- ^^k Po-t: ^Ad im[^ortant bill^wa* introduced ioto the Council yc-ster-^.lay. id the torm of an aruendrnent to^the Exemption Law, the author of which^is Mr. Cullen. In my opinion, few^measure* can be adopted by this Lsgis^.ature which wiil meet witli more gene^^ral approval. It provide* that a person^residing upon a farm, phall be entitled to^hold his dwelling house, with eighty^acres of land, and inhabitants of towns^shall hold their dwellings and one-fourth^^^f an acre exempt from execution. The^bill stirred up considerable excitement.^Mr. Kand thinking to kill It by a ru*e,^moved to strikf out the flint section,^'vhich whs equivalent to striking out^the enacting clause. In his argument,^1 ^^ .-u^ge^t^-d t'la! such a measurv was^calculated to make men dishonest, and^to bring reproach upon the fair char^^acter of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 18 December 1868

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY DECEMBER 18. KiPORTEDFOIi TUB POST. |.f,.. ^ ^%.^ ^ ^ im-li (^^!^^ II toll. v\\ ..-il 1'.- -peciai dated Madrid 10th, says^^. ^:. h i- ;i-:iim '1 :i in .r-^ ul.irmlui; JS-cter than ^t first reported. iui-fr^ iu Cadi* Minn uucing the sur-^^ in*undents, prove erroneous. On^^ 1 the revolt the insurrectiot:l;-ts^. : iki: _ b me pieces ^^( artillery^,-Jhave DeeafMa an important position. iat the head of a considerable^i- preparing for a vigorous as-^Ui. The Nations! guards are eui-^jLgwtd to a^^u^ order ami snaUct property in^Jlsdrid. .\cit-inent prevail* in Mealago and^i a:. I an alarming state of affairs.^^yvtCadn i- the enly town in revolt. A^i- expected momentarily at Catalonia,^munitions hare been landed at^, ^ Ir i- ^ai.l the parties in revolt are well^ajaajifd. havp plenty of uioney. and are de-^^JaMnel ta agnl is t^e lout. The American^iijp*Ct**V Both parties will seek^protection fros* the American Consul at Ca-^:^-.ii! war vessel i^ in port, and .^.,ni-h...

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

6 THE MONTANA POSX FRIDAY. DECEMBER 18. TheMontana Post Termsof Subscription: Om^^opy, one year do. tix months. do. three months. Katesof Advertising: ^insss Card*. 5 lines or lew, 3 month*. do.do.do. 6 month^.. do.do. do. 1 jroar. Omtquarr, ten* line* or lew. 1 insertion, . do.do. do. 3 do. do.do: ^1... l month d^do. do. 2 do. ... do.do. do, J do. -^do.do. do. 6 7~ do. d^. do. ^ y~ Twosquares, 1 inser*: * 9do. a..I do. Jo.* do. ' Fuom Diamond ^TlirouRh Hie kind-| Tii^b.-WeM^ ^l~0t end Mr' 0 ' V^nws of Mr. Cbarle. Orton we l~n^ the fol- II. I* Sabert **^^m beck number, of the^lowia^ iatarasties; facte in rese.il to thu ' Smith of Dj; wbjcfc reconMruct, pleteaoar files .9 oo .5 00^. 3 50 *^. ^ 10oo^15 0o^4 00 do.^*o. do.1 yes 3e ei^rbth eohaaaa do.'do. V do.do.^do. do.^do. do.^Owe-sixth column. do.do. do.do. do.do. do.do. do.do. do-do.^One fourth column, I insertion. do.do. 3 do. do.do. 1 month.. . do.do. 9 do. .. do.do. 3 A*. do.do. 6 do. do.do. 1 jreer Onehalf column, 1 insertion.....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 18 December 1868

THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18. I.A. LimlsK A Co. \Vllol^^^*5ll^F WINK,AND^Liquor Merchants. Haveopened their place of baa^^at the oM stand of Virion's,; FIRST NATIONALBANK OF f^'*iffiiHte^1 l^epo^itor) ForDisbursing Officers ;and pinajtciala^EIfTM OFTHK UNITEDSTATES. M:11111 ^ ^^ arers ^^i Poilieit Stiiii Steam BRIDGEand WOOD STREETS^Helens, M. T. They offer to^Irsthe only complete stock ot^lias class of ^r^^^^tls ever brought to^this market. Our stock of ;0EEIGNWINES AND LIQURSj ytj extensive na that of anv Job-, n . :(loose in the State^. These 1 alt* 111 C apital, - - -*lO0,^M)0 liaveall boon ponAooed A u 111 o 1 ^ i z c ^ 1Capital,$500,000 Vmi Pint Haatla upon the most^favorable ternaa, ami will 1k^ off, t-^|o dealen by the Package or otlu-rwisi'.E*arehasera are informed that j foran indefinite period, without^ni ikiti_r any change in the quality^^ftae artirlt ^ that they may adopt toruse. ^ ^ur stoek of BourbonWhisky, Eabraeesa variety of brands^well-known to the trade....

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

THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1*. ThvMontana Post PublishedDaily and Weekly BTTHE MontanaPost Pnllisbini Company, ro.so maix st, Helen a! 6BO.w. i'i^ki. 5IAHAGEB. Aadreaeall BatiMi Cernmanieutiona. MONTANAPOST PUB. CO.^^AdArsos all Corrreapondence for Publication. EDITOR MONTANA POST. Chicago! peopled aa sparsely as she is to-day, governed^cy. The by a isaoicipal organisation, consisting of a Helena,fire and a half cento: fro^to Helena, six cent*, aU in currency differencein insurance make* the freight from Mayor, four or fir* Aldermen, City Attorney,^Chicago far cheaper than the ram of the ' Police Magistrate and one or two Marshal-,^freight Ac, from St. Louis. This low rate all to be paid out of the hard earnings of her^for freights and the immense facilities for ' citizen*, is a burlesque even upon unpardoun-^lianeyiii tshnn will be of incalculable benefit hie conceit. We hope to see the charter re-^la the miners, farmers and mechanics of the pealed^the taxes thereby cut down...

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

MONTANAPOST. !NT^w ^*|^^_ptii% Devoted to the Mineral, Agricultural and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. VOL.V, NO. it:. HELENA. MONTANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1868. WHOLENO. 22b TheMontana Post IA-.K. MILLS. - EDITOR. GtKO.H*. PUfMSY,^Associate Editor and Thestock of the Erie railroad has TOinmanifold advantage* that would result _.from a judicious expenditure of a small Ibe New i ork Commercial A Jterti^^ramount of money would amply justify stylesthe WVitt the ^bread basket of thethe appropriations necessary lor the pur world. guoting from the report of theP^^^*. and ^ desirable reform and re- - ^-* .^....trenchment in other directions render it AgriculturalBureau, it savs the tern-.^.. mm -no strain upon the public purse. 1 he torybetween the Mississippi River andreduction of fifty per cent, on extra thePacific Ocean, which in 1M59 yie'dedcompensation alone would provide a AnOrr-ful Illustration^ An Appropriate Joaa^on Jael^The Legislature necepted^Thef^all go Sleighing^...

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

TheMolilalia Posi Fitinnwohmx.. ii*ii^^s^f ^S^^^fr J^^^nJ ^i^^^^Tl _ M TCs,-4^\^l* '^^^^ Tb^eon^utij^IityMdl.e^d \j^rt-.ei^tlit-Jol!.%nK ^imJi-^T * -^^*the WW^m I nNn iCiegrapK^uipanv TenderAct is being tested in an iwue ' cation.^Inst evening, suggesting ^*^ new jj^., m.i . ^.^iti. _^ ^mh^r*i^t^ ^wfntT^tT-er r-*^r^ hrnuuhi beltm' llif 1^Kg^C^ ^ la rray-thp-otd (fetiT^ t'prm dettb-* h riii. ^ i fi rot* j Mpeople ^^: ^^'iitaJ^ li legis TiikMpuniali t ransport tievt|4'*s ^r^-ived at CuB/ ^ We\tfifViil tlfvana'pl pegthicks the insurrection is waning. Alaskai* lamous lor producing tlu^^erred um:ri'^ Tib*!'ft flat Teaer-n the; ingty iectorKttrh- UidhaVi PrATnrfct via List*^ s^*. Mrniater McUahynha* gone Up the Paraguay^iver with the America* Heel ^^! ({uu- WU M::r- :;^ OUW^ WBd about to ^^t.chI.opezin his last stronghold Somkt^aper in St I. ^*iis has a Wash'. the winter would lead to the frequent^iVevin^r The starling Use of the ^elegi excessiverut en l.v which a*n g, panv lriiUer aci is...

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

t^V) nt a n a^ i^()s^7fUW( i: M iVi: li^5. ,/7 7^ /'OA' 77/^ I'OZT 4^)\^.in^MO\ AI^.^I'iiiMn^ ial ICt Hulutloii*. fcfi'eet ^^ . ..i_. I iidt-nvnori'M^.^..-;^ 1. . \Blow t^^ i:i^ln Hour Tien.^\rt ol JUkllcr to U omen.^MB| not it 11 ^ ^ 111: ^ 11 ba.^Itor.-iti - Thr ^ ondi in- %11 a|el^ ^ u rh,Indian iMlur) Keoolu (Ion iv ngtoa,l^e^-- 17 .--Senate.^Mr. SUer-^r 11...r.^;^^ Committee reported Uick^, II bill using duties 00 cupper. Also^.... lation r-itieernirig the payment of the^,-u;. i-doia;; that neither public^i.,e ^^..^1 i 11 til ^d the iialjon will^' % I . 1^J^Tf****l ot the .'^ 2t^ h ^nds; that^; ..ri...io its primary duty in |^ayin$ its^.r making th^m equivalent^, 1.1-,-ur. ^ t.^r specie resumption^..^pt^-i a.- early at. practical'!*.^ro-.^luM 'U aas laid in lbs tab!a, to b*^ia ^^iily day. Mteriuan al.-t^ re-^.,-1 bai k with ^ur amendment, the resolu-^t l.^ Mr. IMmtnid* in Norem-^si 7. 1 ^^ i^ini tb# faith of the nation to^t tli- public debt ia coia.^M- ^\\ . ofFer-d a revolutio...

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

THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25. TheMontana Post FsalDAY wohmm.. ^BC. 35tb. OfWOJITAJIA. THRlat OfT. Inthis dollar getting, hard-Bated day.^among a pecple who have to wrestle^with the stubborn obstacles of nature^like gladiators, and capture fortune's^prise from the strongholds of the earth,^the geological tLeories of formation are^aecondary to this, the all absorbing ques^^tion. ' what does it pay T* In sn article^therefore intended to give a practical^idea ot one mint- of Montana, that^takes precedence ot many others merely^because it has been developed to a^greater extent and in such manner as^practical sense and experience dictates,^we propose to give facts and figures in^plain terms, leaving to other pens or^other times the glowing burnish of su^^perlatives and profound disquisition on^the relative merits of Werner s theory^of aqueous deposition. Huttons igneous^inject ic-n and Von Buch's conservative^ideas of co-operation which Brighain^Young has recently carried into the...

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

the montana post, friday, december 25. 1-1 ^ _B- **',or the [.ilk to ths value of owr half a million has byUuiteniat, Brothers and other*. 'oniftMAdjourn*. Washington, Dec. 21^The House mi^called to order by K B. Washburn*. p.h PORTED FOR THE TOST. City Referred to Select Committee^House adjourned. Council.H. B. No. 27, relative to hold -^ing election* was lost. The rota was after^^wards reconsidered and bill passed. C.B. No. 24, relative to connty officers to^whom resignations shall be made, Ac. Passed VanWyck presented the report of the com^^mittee on retrenchment, when the House ad- MontanaLegislature petition to Chance C'eaaty Lines, .71In Ins Bill Pssses. mendedKleetlon Bill Ps^^e^. it^\^ the House ^ onaldered the^^ vteaasire. ,jjpital Bill Pnswed the ^ ouurtl. Th*'C'ai^it^^l Bill; Tbe Houoc^aiin-iitl^ l^y insertiiiK^'HelesBa.'* \rtionun Extra Compensation^Repeal. (Gallatinnot to be Divided. imrndmrnl to (orporatioa Act-^Hill* Indefinitely Postponed. trttor the Belief of Jvlaao...

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

TheMontana Tost Termsof Subscription : seopy.or.e yearo do.On* square do. do..to. Katesor Advertising: Card*. line* or In*, 3 months^^to. do. 6 tnonthit.^do. do. 1 year...^ten lines or le^w, 1 inert ton. someone sugg^t the man and the. ff**u^ to Hu.liau.ii Mat* h.- .f.j McLean chal-^accomplish this public benefit;\^ngt* any billiard p.^T#r m Mwhtana tw a 8:A. WttAf. rUsq ^ We^ r^rw^r.ebred match of 1,000 point^ for $M^n rdrrw^y^to^much pleasure ln$t .-veiling in i- .^^ n.u.; a be the American frtkar'hall gltme. Nehuiye^.lispadch trim thu ai naai|ili ' i il cutletnati iota* one will take aim ui^^ for think that^. nwynng b^^ Irieads'Of his sale .-arrival in dalt nnJf orwr ^]^t waltae., up to Joba-iy w%tu i*^*^iTPTiof ^*f ftiblicprcrpertT. wa^ tinH ^nd Lake ou 1 bandar afternoon. He reports th o^We are glad to eee this initial di'po* mmt^ fiw^ th^ mfW down there good, and -talesthe 1 act that the I . P. it. Ik com^^menced running traiac ye-ser.lay to Me.iastorr,^twenty-live miles west ...

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

TIIJS MONTANA P()^Ti FRIDAY, DK( KM^R 25. Sindor*.Winger. ^ Co.. PIONEER )lA. Liiukley ^ Co. \Vli^le^-^ WINK,A\li Jf . a| l^a^aM jtmmw ni t^^ k,a ;* tuar LiquorMerchants. IHavt* opcitc^i their pi act* of Uu*r-i^ness at the old sttintl of Virion's,1^I on BRIDB and W^ )ol) STKKKT^^j Helena, M. T. They oiler to^M^l^nthe only com|^hk* stock ot^I this class of goods ever brought to^this market. Onr stock of Wv -- :.^OREiGN WINES ^8D LIQDRS* .tenbwaal sro ^'f. * fi'ia r^i 4 m vi^ifcrn ' :1^ ^-'.vteusii e as that of imiy Job*^nU U'hli I A.l.lhKl. [^ing House in the States. Th,,,, j^^o^N have all Wen uurchasetl^front First Hands upon the most]^favorable terms, and will l^e offer^^ed to deafen knr the Paifcay or! otherwise. Purchasers are informed that TANNERY, MillCreek, 4 MONTANATERRITORY T:iiiiitrtc^t ^^i ^I ^.l 1J iieVil ^J ANDWARRANTED inTannage. Finish and Durability to Um^I . : ) i^ter tanued Leather. ENGINES, .PST QUALITY SOLE LEATHER, per lb. ^58 Cts :\ 5HE0 ^_AUF SKINS, per dozen, ...

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

s THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25. TheMontana Post PublishedDally and Weekly BTTill MontanaPost Pnblishini Company, TTO.SO MAIN ST., HKLKNA.^CKO. 91. IMWKV, JHAlf AOIS. ASdre**all Boilim Communication*. MONT ANA POST PUB. CO.^^Ad draw all Corrreapondene* for Publication. EDITOR MONTANA POST.' OIRAG SPITS. HuCtoMA Mknkt. New Tork Time* Building^. 4 Park Row are the sola agent* for MoktaMa^Ptn. for the Easter* State*. SteelIt. Taxti*, Sola Agents for Chioa#-o^and vicinity. W.T. Hamilton. Fort Beaton. MlA. j. Smith. Bannack. J.M. Fl*^h. Sterling. Hot Spring District. Bei.UXGEBA Allem, Silver Bow. JamesStuart. D*wr Lodge. WohDKXa Co.. Hell Gat*. W.P. rarsons. Gallatin City. T.Nicholson German Gulch. Geo.Perky. Lincoln Galea. OB*.Bauch . Raderaburg. A.B. Hamilton San Rirer Crossing. H.H. Hathaawt. Highland District. K.( hlba h. Summit City. R.C. JoH.Nfco.\, BlackfooL WesleyW. Jokes. Reynolds' City, Elk Crack. J.S. Williams 8l Louis. Mo. L.P. FISHER. San Francisco. Cal. H.Ellis A Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 1 January 1869

THEMONTANA POST. TheNontana Post POSIAL TELEGRAPHV. TKRMITOR1ALI l^ \ M Ks .1N. . u. mills. - BDrroa 'new and fully restore public confidencethe mesaage, which was in a great roeas- , ^ _ and fraternal feeling among the wholeure a repetition of old obstinacies. It is Theannual rei^ort of V* m H. Kogers. ^ neonle and* increase resnect for. and, ^ , ,. , a* t-awr^c* i^r, ^recognized as the last malicious insult 0K . m. 1'ixney,^Associate Editor and Manager Thereis a project row before Con gressfraught with beneficent results toI Territorial Auditor, shown the total an- ' attachment to. the National govern ,_,k.^ .... . ... ..| m*nt ^^ it i* m^M tl^t it i^ done, he will have opportunity to hurl at the tothe people, but against which will beferment* in tlie several counties during ment. it is well mat it is aonc. concentratedthe efforts of gigantic cor*the year were $:n..^l 21^. of which $21.- I porations.that may temporarily defeat7;'.0 53 were collected, leaving #11 ,KT^0.^^i it. This...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 1 January 1869

2 THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, J A N U A R Y 1. TheMontana Post. VIIDA V OltMX.. JAN. !^(. TiikUaulois Paris paper, say the dis^^patches. aaserU that Hussia wants the^Uaited States to take part in the Tut*^key-Oreece difficulty.^ We have no^doubt the Cnited States will do so du-^mg the holiday*. WHATi* HONO'H. Thetelegraph states that tieneral^^iraat and a inmbtr of ('oDgrt-Mmen^have unequivocally dissented to any^more appropriations at present in aid of thePacific railroads. We see with pleas^ure. a tendency to rigid economy and a determinationto retrench a'l unneces^^sary expenditures^those wherein the^general welfare would not be prejudiced^bv the action. But this ^economy- ThkInternal Hen enue Commission- i which it is proposed to adopt as a watch mmreport shows tliat the retail sails of^Itauor amounted to $1.400.000.^^^^^ in^^sse year. The retail sales of *obacco^was $47,400 .3:50; cigars, $-VI. 147^898; la^^$103,548,377. The liquor sales^amount t^^ nearly three fifths of the ua- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 1 January 1869

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, JANUARY 1. RhPORTEDFOR TUE POST. MontanaLegislature Bill*Pa**rd and Lout.^Mini inorial Iteroninicnde d.^Hompatead Dill \mradmrnt. ^ eoloitloal MsTw** - lflnl - ludlan^uWar^Appeals. IncorporationAft Amendment. Tlx*Kxtra Comprniatlon. '-.|,rul dupatch to the Montana Post.] | fiats City. Dec. 24C. B. No. 20. an *,^ itclarin^ t^if^ Mullau road a public high-^wiy, was pa*f*^i. C.li. No- !*^ repealing an act to provide^stira i-'iTiip^ri^ation for ths Secretary of Mou^^un^, ^ indefinitely postponed. H15 V*^ 9, concerning t-tallions, wn^^passed. C.I'. No. b, an act concerning license*, wai-pa'-ed. t'.B No. 22. an act concerning ewine, was pi-l. 1. i offered C. J. R. No. 5, relative to fu^^gitive- trutn justice. CU. No. - ^^^ m.i ie the special order for^Slon-l'V, ^t 11 o'clock. Wiii-:.. tiniiuian rtf the Committee on^v: Mineral*, reported 11. li. No. 1. reU'ii'*to * ISruneh Mi:it. with amendment-'',^and rec^ininendea] it-^ passage. II.C K.. relative to examination ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 1 January 1869

THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, JANUARY I. TheMontana Post. L; KKID% i [IMIWM.. JAN. let I OurGenial Clime^Arrivals and Departures-^Court Session, Etc. El*.Post :^The wf^;ber^i Bannack^continues to be the v^pic of praise^There is no snow on the valley* and tootlii 1!-^ an^i but little on the moun^^tains We bad a alight fall of snow on the6th of December, and not affala till^the 17th iust. The days are sunny,^warm and delightful and but little frost^of nights. It reminds us of winters in^the State of Georgia, ani ^ne can^scarcely realise that th s is a hitru north^ern latitude. The valleys are at^tte,i^With herds of cattle an tat as butter,^which make far letter beef than the^stall fed oxen of it* States. Far to the^south of us the snow is a^ep. and men^who started from Bannack to team on^the 1*. P. K. K. ar* coming back because^of the de.-p snow Inclement weather,^and high price ot hav. Arrived,from lots States, Mr. Sulli^^van's family, to settle i^-^rmanentiy on^Beaver Head Valley. Mr S....

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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 1 January 1869

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, JANUARY 1 engineswere completely tmubtdand the canJ vention of Wodo'i Ri^ht and colors men,^l.urn-1. It is stated the body of a young to nicei in Washing ton about the middle of^lady was found in the wreck burned to a crisp January. ItPOMttDFOR THE POST. MontanaLegislature iikII Vole on Capital l-ocacloti--^' ^| !^^ ii ^*^ (mnidmrnl Imtrrted | to'^ |M.rM. mn^u^g t|nnii^^HoiurHiead*. Iii.- K^^!^^ Hill Amt-iidmruta.^Humored V^to. .|im ikIiim-uI lo OlaayCMMliM fromthe waist up. A train on the Iron^Mountain Railroad was thrown from the track^ju-t below Jefferson Barracks, yesterday after^^noon. One car containing about 20 persons^was precipitated down an embankment, mak^^ing two complete revolution^. Nearly erery^j^erson inside was injured, som^ severely, but^none fatally. (JenSully sent a detachment of cavalry^from Fort Marker on the 21st to Two River-,^Kansas, it being reported Indians had been^recently seen there. (Jen. Sully thinks Sher^^idan will return fr...

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