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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 5 February 1869

6 THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY TheMoutaina Post. Termsof Subscription: withthe perusal of a letter from this locality I FkiHT.^Two uncrowned kings mus-^which repress brines, very quiet, bat every j u ^^^ denunciation!, of each other. oneenjoying themselves by dancing, tnuMC, I. . weddings,and the other harmless amusements i corrupted character, brave in tumultuous tor^^so conducive to health and happiness. Mm- j rents of demoralized English, were lambing^^ ug operation* in the spring will be quite ex- ; each other with all the vindictive maledic-^tensue, and a very large number of men will 1 tions born of the awful incantations of the^ha employed. The prospects for a good nun- ! weird beings that roamed in darkness over^mg season the cowing summer are exceed- ! dre.iry Sc ittish heaths, but they would not^mgly good.j fight. The nort urgent entreaties of friends ConitECTION liencea good local item was lost. TlIKFlNKHAL OF M.VKV Gol.DMAN, Districtshall not exceed two hundred (20...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 5 February 1869

THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5. Proposal*lor Army Transportation IlKAH-VIAKTF11K HFr\KTMI \TOF t^AK^TA. f^^/^Vr Chi,f tiuartrrmaftrT. }^St Paul. Minn., Nuvmlvr 'J7 li-tir- \ SKA1F.ltProposals are invited IV,,m those loyal^_ citizens .if the (sited 8'ates havtsg the capi^nl and irnm to execute fnliy end fairly In all its^parts and conditions, a Contract fur the Wagon^Transportation for ttii^ I'nitcl Ntat.-^ l^uarterma*^tor ^ Depaitment f..r the District of Montana next^^ ^ ^^^^ l^eg't^''cg April 1st lftW. and endii.g March :il-t.MrM, f .t that hauling nrtrlli tf WsalTi tracedl^v the present ro.tr*. t lor rd 11 month^! \prii.] I.'.r that District and beginning May 1st,^lHiD. fur tbe j early contract uf the rut,re district,^nxmaltr: Allthat part of Montana, included in the Depart^^ment of Dakota. The object of the contract is to^transport supplies to or from any Poat now estab^^lished, or that may be established within the above^described Di^trlt; to haul hnrgsge or sttpp'ies to^...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 5 February 1869

THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5. Thelloutaiia Post PublishedDaily and Weekly nm MontanaPost Pnblisbini Company NO.WO MAIN H I\, HKLKNA.^^.KO. .n. I'lNNKY, .HAKAOEB, Ailtlrruu.lB*xaaMBM Ccmiiiuuioationa, MONTANA POST PUB. CO.^^Address nil Ccrnespondenoe for Publication,^^ EDITOR MONTANA POST. OI'RAOKMTM. sfeMaMMA Menet, New York Tints Building. IPark Row are the sole affect* fur Montana I'StrtT.fur the Fasten, ^fates.^Steel ^ Yantir, Sole Agents for Chicago aodvicinity. W.T. Hamilton. Fort Denton. Mb.A. j. Smith. Bannnck. J.M. fi8ii, Sterling. Hot Spring District. Bei.iinoer ^ Allen. Silver Bow. jAMF.ilstlart, Deer Ltalge. m'/iiU'en4 Co.. Hell f'.ate. W.P. Paumink Gallatin Pity. T.Nh'lloLHON German Gulch. Geo.t'KBBV, Lincoln Gulch. (^^^. Kai til . Uaderaburg. A.II. Hamilton. Sun Biver Croasing. II.H. Hathaway, Highland District. F.CaiUHSi Summit City. R.C. JoiinboN. HmUmI Wbl.1V W. taM| Reynolds' City, Elk Creek. J.S. William*. St. I.oui^, Mo. L.p. Pasxtna. ia* FiasMtsesv Cal. H....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 12 February 1869

THEMONTANA POST. -V NewHpaper, r^^^^ ot ^*^! to tit** Mineral, .Vgrricvtltural And Commercial InterewtH of Montana Territory VOL.V, NO. 2.',. HELENA, MONTANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, I860. WHOLENO. 232 TheMontana Post IAKK. MH.m - KDITOR TRMITORI.ILRLRrTIONR OuBStXM. P1NNKY,^Aj- -if.to Editor and Manager FHCMlaTTcai^^ are run directly through^from New Y^ r* City to the end of the IP. H. R. Th^ famous ^Red Line^^earn RM in tr o Wasritch mountains,^within seventy-five, uifl-* of Salt Lake Tuteditor wt Hits Salt Lake Utporter^Heem^ inclined to bestow what are called^'political right*^ on women. We are^inclined to bel ieve the moat and better^of them are sa: stied with hyiiu nial rUt^,^and advise our bachelor Gentile Brother^to give the point consideration. iKKKi.KY baa thrown the force of the^Ti-ibiim against the proposed Govern -^utent Postal Telegraph system, ou the^ground o^ economy. It is another evi^dence that Greeley means better and^^loes worse than any other journalist in^th^ I'ni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 12 February 1869

Q TheMontana Post PRIDIV 1tOHM^^;. 1KB. I'ith. THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12. TheNew \ork sailors strike was a^failure. The Imok printer* have now^struck. TMKLKCTVBK. Tb series of Lectnre*. by gentlemen^^^( ability. cuLure and eminence in our^Territory^ furnishing an entertainment^instructive and pleasing, where there is anreat the eastern press as to tlie in^^terests involved, bat of a downright, in-^t.-ntionnl perversion ot facta to defeat^theee projects The guarantee* to pay^the iuterest on a certain amount ot^bonds, which interest is tar leas that the In.ent of a lead is the deveh.pajent of a^; !^^| suit, a speedy and just dscis^ion is essential to the public welfare,and it is appro\im-itely the^same with all properties. Suits at law re , ^,M.,^r*nv.. d^rri. ..^-,.1,1;i *ctual expenditures of the government , ,-rd the use of capital and the develop, .comparativedearth of such things- tor t^Mpomtion. and wnich TlTT| | ot prop^4 TlMf Territory l,L :iJ'K ad- AWashington corr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 12 February 1869

THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12. 3 todismiss Cabinet oSrm at pleasure, and did I w^ burned this morning. The i^mbwraH ' to t,lelr laborious MIm by Ibe present ! edged that the charge, therein ttatedwere froiu ' ,,,,^. of mathematics or what law he is ukported y^n tub post NewYork, Feb. .!.^A ^evere storm com^^menced last night and extend* over the ^ bole^country from Maine to inn. London,Feb. ^Asbburry, owner of the^British Yacht Cambria, accept* tba challenge inn..a detecting an error in the met ^-^^simple proofs of bookkeeping. | that th. indinV of the INNbet^tking p ^^^11Klain an^l Eldii li:^Marion of Ford's TV. -uggeaU it to be from 4'on*regional.V^ /^M r':'***1 '^ ,n^^^frin^ !f'^'1 '' :ir' ^n 1 ,h ^ orwl Wa-hingti.n,Feb ^^House.^Ileek Intro^meed a bill providing for holding elections in^Mississippi. Keferrtd to p. n.mitle on recoil -^- truer i n -. Cookreported the lull to .lulhnme th^^building of a military postal road from New^York to Washington, 'l'he morning hour ex^^p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 12 February 1869

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12. TheiHontaoa Post. KKIDAV mOHNINV, FKB. 12th.^I* U til RATION BALLS. Congresshaving declined to appro^^priate MM rotunda and legislative,^tliamliers, and Grant having express, d^opposition to tlie project, there will be^no Inauguration Ball thin 4th ot March.^'Che Chicago Tribune thus discourses on^such show*: Thefact is. these inauguration balls^have tor many years been nothing more^than locaJ speculations, got up by a few^radividuala. The real parties generally^are a livery stable keeper, the proprie^^tors of two or three wine and liquor es^^tablishments, one or two fashionable^tailors, and one or two restaurant keep*^crs. These parties have been accus^^tomed to meet together, and, selecting^an officer of the Army, an officer ot the^Wavy, an officer of the Senate and one^ot the House, and some personal friend^of the President, have admitted the lat^^ter to the inner circle, as partners of the^real proprietors of the ball. These then^select the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 12 February 1869

THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12. 5 mm REPORTEDFOR THE POST Congrr Mlanal. Washington.Feb. S.^House.^Ward intro^^duced a bill fixing the time of election of^representative* to Congress for tha tirs: Tues^^day after the first Monday in December of^each alternate year, and providing for tha reg^^istration of elector* bjr inspector* appointed^by tha Secretary of Interior. ADumber of bills were introduced and re^^ferred. Julienintroduced a Joint Resolution to^prevent farther sales of public lands, except^a* provided under tha pre-emption ^ind botne-^^tead law*. The resolution went over to^Monday next. Seriate.Sherman presented a petition for^the recognition in the constitution ^of Al^^mighty Ood fit the source of all civil au^^thority. Wilsonintroduced a bill to establish ^ tine^of American steamships between the I'nited^State* aad Kurope. Steamer* numbering not^les* khan two nor more than four; departure*^monthly from New York, and two to foar^from Boston: to ba at least 2,800 ton*...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 12 February 1869

G THE MONTANA POST, PftlDAY, FEBRUARY 12. TheMontana Post Termsof Subscription : Arrangements,|dm M. T.^Please present | PrKson U. ^C. I^our compliments and best wishes to the Got- ,t,^ ,_^L,^_. ,!rm ,.f^emor and Members of the LeK^|.ture, apd | the ^^nk'n^ urm ^^guests at the Han-piet. IJupejou will have amived yesterday It utn^u CAl'lTAi. ford time. FramkTaylor. JambsW. Whiti.at.ii. W.F. SAwucas. d...i; da1411 (10 .1...I yearBBS 00 LoralHosier*^One dollar per line tor throe^KM or Una; 19 ma par line for tea line* or leas; Ocent*i'.*r line for flt-ven line^* or wore. fhidaV nOBNIX.. HUB. 1/tli: .Vlex.H. H^^:itti^s J.,^^^:^1 JsMitoi- THECITY. Vromthe Paily of f'riday. Sii.vekStak.^This nourishing little^liurg, which, from a few l..g cabins, inhiibi^t ^d by the snweai wug prospector has grown^into a thriving hait.let of some hundred or^more inhabitants, presenting streets laid^out with regularity, an 1 neat cottages and^saw) beuutiful ajaslaas. During the entire^MMB| tuoiit'i succeed...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 12 February 1869

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12. I.A. Lindsley 4 Co.lTo the Watchmakers WINE,AXI LiquorMerchants. Haveopened thi-ir place ot' lm^i-^ness at the ^^l^l ^tand of Vi\ion's,^on PRfPfflami WOOD STREKTS^Helena, M. T. They offer to^tiealerts the only complete block of^this class of goods ever brought to^this market. Our stock of FOREIGNWINES AND LIQURS bas extensive as that of any Joh-^l^ing House in the States. These^goods have all been purchased^from First Hands upon the most^favorable terms, aim will be offer^^ed to dealers by the Package or^otherwise. Purchasersare informed that^this stock of goods is so extensive,^that their wants can be supplied^for an indefinite period, without^making any change in the quality^of the articles that they may adopt^for use Our stock of BonrbtnWhisky Kmbraceswell-knowi^Stock of BRANDIES. Consistof the celebrated hrandsof^Pinct/ Castellon ^ Co., and Thos.^1 line it Co.,^of various ages,^^fromto 18t^:$. Our CHAMPAGNEWINK,^Is fresh, and of Recent Impo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 12 February 1869

TheMontana Post PublishedDaily and Weekly ItV THK MontanaPost PnblisbinE Company NO.HO MAIN HI'.. nUQU. Vtldres*all I', i - i e*n 1 ..:i,-iriK-ations, MONTANA POST PUB. CO. ' X.idre**a 1 PMNNMAM for Publication. EDITOR MONTANA POST. THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12. propertywan sustained. A series ^f NMk^^Hon!- were passed, warnine th* ^juinjier*^ off^l the preuii.es, and gi^ ing them two days to^: vacate. Our minus seem determined to^cure, to ill.- fullest extent, all the right* of^' bona fide owner* of lot-, throughout th^^J city. ilIMM Fihe.^Thi* morning about^the hour of nine, pytuptntrj* of a Bre were dip-^covered in the rear of the International,^which proceeded from a collection of cotton^^ around a stove pipe which h\d been fathered^there hy ^o:o^ playful mice. No harm r^-^'tilted, for a bucket of water blighted it* in-^futile effort* and there was no tire. About^half pa*t 12 one of the flue- in Dur.phy A.^BentlyV Block burned out and created fume^' little excitement, b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 19 February 1869

THEMONTANA POST. * A INewxpaper, Devoted to the Mineral, V^ricultura] and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. f VOL.V. NO. 24. HELENA. MONTANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY ISt, 186S^. WHOLENO. 233 TheMontana Post ruiM.sto ^ on i AssociateEditor and y,HT I^atayctte in New York harbor illnot be rebuilt. :Notwithstanding Grant's antipathy to j ,-v^. H. MILLS. - BDITOR ostentatious display, and his request! that the customary Inauguration Ball i bedispensed with for the occasion, the |^6nest building in the Cnited States, and^the best Treasury building in the world !^is to be devoted for the night to Terpaii 1^corean delights, while the day is to be I^\lu^' it vnth having liquors in bonded devoted to a pageant in honor ot the j^warehouses, will be interested in the American Hero, beside which the A the- |^ninendim-nt ir. the House extending the nian 1'anathoaa would be insignificant, j^in* tor withdrawal until April 20. 1*70. With altogether a different object in viewlien, Grant has assured...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 19 February 1869

- 2 THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10. TheMolilalia Post. THEELECTOBAL COLLEGE. FRIDAY lfORMXG, FEB. 19tb. Thelatest novelty is a ^hair album ^^^Ex Inwhich bachelors are hereafter ex^^pected to keep their Miss-tressos. TheWashington Chrotticle say^ oi^the report of Hon. Joeeph S. Wilson.^Commissioner of the General Land Or- ficelor 1868. 'Nothing that has ever^'^een published will tte found more use^^ful to editors, philosophers, statesmen,^bookmakers and writers and thinker*^;renerally. Weare Indebted to Senator Trumbull^lor the Navy Register and Anuy Regis^^ter torWe have not had time to^examine tbeir contents, but the one^headed by ^irant. as General, and the^other by Farragut, as Admiral, is good^promise that all under them are worthy^of the place. Itis said the Senatorship cost Fenton and that Marshal O Roberts couldnot get it with his #6,000.000. Our^democratic cotems. cry ^corruption.^^W'e will wager in a democratic legisla^^ture the six million man would have^been succes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 19 February 1869

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19. |-.IM tOI-Hl Vol*. \Fierce War of Word*. ButlerExplode* another^I^o%%der ftliip. Our%'lec-I*re^ldcnt. CO\^RE^^IOXAL. Therewu iittleibttmrat of the excitement forsome time, bat Wade found opportunity^to declare the reeolt, an^l announced that I'.^8. Grant, of Illinois, bad been elected Presi^^dent of th^ United States, and Schuyler Col-^fa*, of In.liana, Vice President of the United^State*. He then ordered the Feoate to re^^tire, and the Speaker returned the Chair and^called Hons* to order, when Butler, smarting^over bis defeat, said be arose to a question of^privilege, and submitted a resolution declar- ing th* action of the Senate and its President Washington,Feb. 10.^Ramsey called up arbitrary and tyranical. Upon this resolu-^:r.t resoSOtaow amendatory of the act to tion he took the floor and spoke for half an^(|ayi4B an ocean line of mail steamers be- bour only as Butler can speak under severest^*-en New York and Europe.mental excitement. Wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 19 February 1869

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDA-Y, FEBRUARY 19. Iho HAItt*in*l PikCjt j That the general direction of the busi-^I III llUUltsUt* IVM. ne^s ..t said At^say Office of the United I States ahall be nnder the control and I he tvam regulationof the Director of the Mint | 1^at Philadelphia, subject to the approba^^tion of the Secretary of the Treasury :^and for that purpose it shall be the duty^ot the said Director to prescribe such^regulations, and to require such returns,^periodically and occasionally, and to THEWEST. FRIDAYFBI. 19tk. THEKOREION ^KSTICK.: Weare in receipt of an able snd elab^orate Report from Senator Patterson of I^New Hampshire, of the Joint Select I^Committee of Retrenchment, urging a^reform in the Foreign Service System of i^the I nited States, giving it unity, con^^sistency and efficiency. It is assumed^that the country suffers from the lack of^^.ssential qualifications in its consular^and diplomatic agents, who are appoint^ed in recognition of and reward for po^^litic*.! se...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 19 February 1869

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19. womenand children The fire originated in^government hay aboard. Washington.Feb. 13.^The President has^accepted the office of arbitrator between Great^Britain and Portugal, on the boundary ques^^tion, which has arisen on the coast of Africa. Lateadvices from Pern show the Republics^of the Pacific coast hare accepted the United^State* as mediator in their war with Spain. ACongress of the plenipotentionies for the^beligerents is expected to meet in Washing^^ton during the spring. SecretarySeward has received a telegram^from Caleb Cashing announcing that he brmg^^a treaty in relation to the Isthmus canal.^.Toe government has fully recognised a*^United State* territory, belonging to our cit^^izens, the Serno Islands in the Can bean sea,^their purchase havinc been^tens of New fork.^Feb. 14.^James Doyle, a^well known lawyer, was found in the street^: early this morning, badly wounded in the^head. He was carried home and died in a^1 few minutes. No arr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 19 February 1869

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19. TheMontana 1'ost. ofSubscription: Osecopv do. omyear sixmonth*....^three month*.. .moo .5 00^. 3 50 Ratesof Advertising: BusinessCard*. 5 lines ur lees. 3 months. do.do.^One *|a^' do. do.do.^do.^do.^do. Twosqa^re do.do. 6 month* do.do. 1 year...^ten line* or leas, 1 insertion. do.do.^do.^do.^do.^do. do. do.do.^do.^do.^do. 1insertion.. 5do. 1month,.^9 do. . 3 do. . 6do. .^1 rear... *f, im 1000^15 00^4 00 fi00^10 00^13 00 1500 i^^^'.-^ (^)^3S 00 600^, ...^12 00 1600^24 00^40 00 crowdthe miner; and should winter come on,! was drawing the grey blankets of obscurity^cold and sever* as it always does in that lo-, owtT cja Mother Earth, in came the weary calityno pen can foretell the amount of , .,,...,,, j^ suffennethiTwill ensue before sprue apene ****** P-^**^- 'r,th~d* ^trldlD^ *****^up, opportunities to commence mining or | ping steeds wnose bloody flanks *poke of^building enterprises. The ad rice of all west-^ (par and hurdle leaps. Such fun the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 19 February 1869

THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19. %A. Lindsley ^ Co. jSay^ers, ^Y insert ^ C^ WINK, AM) LiquorMerchants. I Hum-opened their place of busi-^m it the ol^l stand of VivionV, , on BRIDGEand WOOD STREETS^Helena, M. T. They offer to^deafen the only complete stock of^^ - , m ot it^hm1s ever brought to tl;ismarket. Our stock of PIONEER TANNERY, MillCreek, MONTANATERRITORY FOREIGNWINES AND LIQURS lw ANDWARRANTED ITE Hr^- now prepared to furnmh a ^u|^erio v quality of the following kinds of^I nud at tit* yta extensive aa that of anv Job- rHouse in the State*. These IH.I\ITJ. TAWKRY^have all been psri,.,ss.1 w1Lfiu lAllllBlal, FromFirst Hands upon the most^brorabk terms, and will be offer- ,. i l _ L_ ^u_ \iIi Eqnml in Tanna*-. Finish mod Durability to the altoilualrifl \^\ the Package or !v^rv ^^^22+ of Easter tanned Lather. otherwise. Pmchaaaw are informed that1^^tockof goods ta ao e\t^n^*i\^^, first quality sole leather, per ib. sucw^their wants can be supplied ^^^do^ ^up^ P^tJ0^*oz*n'...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 19 February 1869

THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19. TheMontana Post. PublishedDaily and Weekly BTTHK MontanaPost Publishing Company TO.SO MAIN 8T^ HELENA.^GEO. yt. PI^M1, MAlf AGKa*. Addressall Bmimm Cemmaaioatioae, MORTAIA POST PUB. CO. forPublication.^EDITOR HORTAJIA POST. HLDtoMA MEXBT, New York TWs Building.^4 Park Bow at* the awl* agents for Montana^Hear, for the Eastern States. steelat YANTlfc, Sola Agents for Chicago^aad vicinity. w.t. Hamtlto*. Port Bantoa. MLa. J. Smith, Beaatxk. J.M. Fi.sh. Stirling-. Hot Spring District. Bei.uXOSBA Aui*lt, Silver Bow. James8ti;art, Daar Lodge. WxiEDrsACo., Hell Oat*. w.P. Pabsojis. Geilatia City. T.NK'ROLKOI German Gulch. HBo.pbbbt, Linoola Gulch. Geo.Ralch , Bedaubing. A.B. Hamilton, San River Crossing.^H. H. Hatmawat, Highland District.^P. church, Summit City. B.C. Johnim.n. Black foot. WeslkyW. Jokes, Reynolds' City, Ell. Creak. J.8. William*. St. Louis, at a. L.P. fisher. San Franeiaeo. Cal. H.EUJS a Co., Leeeburgh, Salmon River Miaee W.Davenport, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 26 February 1869

THEMONTANA POST v Newspaper, Devoted to the Mineral, Agricultural and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. VOL.\\ NO. HELENA. MONTANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2(^, 1869. WHOLENO. 234 TheMontana Post. iii i WORLD AND tick PLESH. ! SOflETV OF i ill ARHV Of THb! ^VOH AND ^ iii KAIL.ROADS. INDIANAPPROPRi.lTlONS. .IA- **^ MIUA KD1TOU GJBO.M. riXN KY.^Associate Editor and yriTKa number of Congressmen are | Is .in extra session of Congress ot ^whirl their constituents will Kire^tneSa with applications for office. From^- s-.^^nal campaigns we have nstituents^will have to do mami''-.-al of l^oring to get even. Byall accounts, the moral state of^ana Mormon community is in all re^^sects, excepting one. tar above that ot^any of the States or Territories which,^;f Mr. Ashley has his way, are each to^take a bite out of I tali, swallowing^both Territory and people. Thisone exception is the prevalence^of polygamy, the morality or immoral ity^clearly constructive, since itsexistence in Utah is shown ...

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