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

6 THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, MARCH 12. Tilt'Hontiiun Tost. ofSubscription : I^^ry. one year ...5 00^... 3 SO Kitesof Advertising: dollarper line for three^Moos or low ; 75 oenta per liao for tea liao* or lee* ;^jOosatsner tee for eleven lines or more. Alex.H. Beattie, Loonl Editor InauguralBall.^Our good neigh-^bora in Virginia, after trie g a President'*^solute in honor of the Inauguration, conclu^^ded the celebration of the day by a grand^Inaugural ball and supper, last night. After^supper, toasts were drank, speeches were made^and the utmost harmony prerailed through^^out the festiTitiea, and aa we go to press this^morning, in the ^social city of the West,^the cadences of melody float pulsing in sweet^music lathe icy air of night,^^and the good, tbs youth and the beauty of^Virginia's sons and daughters, float in dreamy^Bases of beauty under the spell of 8ti a use's^genius. It was the party of the year, and the^spirit that prompted it was a credit to those^participating in itj plea...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 12 March 1869

THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, MARCH 12. FIRST VATI ON A L BANK KING-8l GILLETTE IIEI I N *. OK V/holeiMi 1^- lKAL.KHf- pe^i|:nnic^l DepoHitorj ForDisbursing Officers ! AND rlAN^'IAL AUEKT* Or THV. XJNTTEDSTATES. Paidin c apital, .^ ^1100,090^Authorised Capital, $500,00(1 , mU SKKS.M. hall. President.Vice-President,^.is.. s. Ah iiwon, Cashier. Ilr^i \atlonal Bank AssayOffice jtineralsand Ores correctly Assayed.^Qlr AM) ^ILVER BARS .iuaraateedIX. ^ Standard' AUUUsslWhyTEITZ sin uaa imitation ^.uli^ hi ntko WATCHES! The(^roid^^W^t^jh !r A C T O R Y vKi^li^KCases, a newly-discovered oomposi^9 tion. known only to oarMl vec precisely like^*^ .14 is appearance, keeping its color aa long a*^wan. aa^iaa well finished at the beat Gold one*.^; ^^* Wetehes are in Hunting canes, made at oar^x* Factory, ftom the beat materials, of the latent^and most approved style* are jeweled and well^liaabed. witti a view to tba best results in regard^t^. eesr and time. I'or Appearance, durability and^t:me. they h...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 12 March 1869

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, MARCH 12 TheMontana Post. PublishedDaily and Weekly BYTHE McitanaPost Publishing Company NO.^0 IVLA.IJV ST, HELENA.^GEO. BI. PINNEY, .1ANA6BB. Addressall -^ MOBTARA POST PUB. CO.^^ANm all Cut 11 ^ywiilmii for Publication. EDITOR MONTANA POST.' OIR AOBNTS. HrDSoNa mbxbt. New York IBM Building.^14 Perk Bow are the eole ifnU for Most a* a^POwT. for the Km tern Stmt**, Stbbl* Yivn^, Sol* Ageata for Cbictfo^aad eternity. W.T. HAMRTOt, Fort B* jton. Mr.A. J. Smith. Bannack. J.m. fish. Sterling Hot Spring; Distrie*. Bei.unouA Allex, 811v*r Bow. JamesStcakt, Deer Lodge. WobokbsCo., Hell Gate. w.p. Pabsoss Gallatin City. T.NimoLNOV German t'ulcb Uw.PWUIT, Liaeola Gt ich. Geo.Raich , Raderaburg. A.B. HamJI.TOS. Son RiTer Crossing. H.H. H ATM aw at. Highland District. F.ClfRCII. Summit City. r.C. Johnson. Blackfoot, Wvklf.Tw. Jones, Reynold* City. Bik Craak.^j. 8. Williams. 8t. Louie, Mo.^L. p. FlaRKR. 8an Franoiaoo. Cal.^H. Ellis a. Co., Leesburgh, Salmon River Mine*...

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

THEMONTANA POST. V Newspaper, Devoted to the Mineral, A.gTieiiltaral and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. VOL.V, NO. 28. HELENA, MONTANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1869. WHOLENO. 237 TheWo lit a n a Post. .noDAY'S BILLK. MILLS, - KDITOR M.P'DITtSrX'.^Editor Associate IHt(iranilRonde Sentinel says Philip^H o| Walla, is a candidate for Govern- ,ref W a.-liington Territory. v,v \t ^ BWWnW, it in aaid, like Tfrf*gfamaw. is an invalid, and has to^carried t^^ the Senate Chamber. Tin:l uitt-d States Supreme Court has^decided the income tax is Constitutional.^I, *.a\ may be, but to the best of our^. .... \\ ledge and recollection the income is not. OldJake^ had a good deal to say in^cstenlav's Gazette, about the ^Julian^^a ^ Whs* the deuce t* ^the Ju-^^ ion':^ He is one of ^ours ;breeze and the chaste kisses of the sun. mi t iiTTTT^ Not longer do we give the Gazette safe Thefollowing bill was presented to conduct on its war. Our duty is per^this office last evening by the Helena formed as...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 19 March 1869

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, MARCH 19 TheMontana Post. HATTHE Imim lAffl. IKM) '. \ TfORMX., n iK' II 19tta. W'AsnnruNEwas ^ the Father of the^House.^ It is to be hoped he wont have^any more such offspring in La Belle^France. There are more ^Houses^ there^now than get along well. ThkSenate adjourned from Thursday^until Monday. It will go into fixerw^t+.-n session early, an 1 official heads will^drop as livelv as ever did physical ones^in the Place La Concord Wesee both our radical cotemt^orarie8^give the new Poat Maste* General hand^^some '^ Puff*.^ He will no doubt reward^them fror it.^Oazettt. Ikhe don't the next ^puff ^ will be a^^blowing up. Ml.Washburne goes to Franc*. We^axe glad ot it.^Gazette. Soare all the Democrats. Old man^Depuy and son. would have l^een pleased^if he had gone before he revoked that^pardon. Thkunhappy Post, feeling that it \^bad got its head into a noose, etc.^^'^^;--^ tie Youforget! The ^^noose^ is at the^other end, from the Povr. You may^cave a new command...

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

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, MARCH t9. RhPQBTSDFOR Tilt: Post nntsrc^^i^^iiul. w.r. March 10.^The Honee joint luti^ir f^ *r tli^ appointment of a retr*nch^^' t c,,ininitio* ^^* tabled.^*wj tweaker presented tbc House bill for thfMl**^At li.K. A|.|.olii|^1(.^i,. Washington.March 10.^ General Grant ha* reappointedJohn Black of New York, and^Je,*. Williams of Pennsylvania, Government^Direct on of the Pacific K. R.; appointed as^new director*. Price, Ute ro^mb*r of Congress^from Iowa; Harris, of Springfield, Mas*, and^Webster ol 111., Ute an aid on Grant'* staff.^Generalities.^Springfield, Mass., March 10.^The man'sRight* 1 (invention closed this eveninr. I The, resolved to send petttiou* ... Congre's* I of^^ N^^p.TTme'nt gratificationat the prospect of eo easy a so- j oinmend the installation of all office-holders^lotion of the vexed question.of that State removed by Johnson for devo- Thecrowd of visitor* at the Executive ' lion to Republican principles,^mansion was greater than on any pr...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 19 March 1869

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, MARCH 19. TheMolilalia Post FRIDAY'IOUMM,, nABCH 19th. Acorrespondent sends us a communis^cation with the couplet troin Marmion^tor the text: Ohwhat a tangled web we weare^When first we practice to deceive. WOniNSI'FFRACE IN iTAH. Abill has been introduced in the^House ^to discourage polygamy in Utah^by granting suffrage to women.^ We^do not see what is to be gained by sucb^a measure. In the first place, women^are naturally more religious than men.^hether their worship is of objects ^in^I heavens above, in the earth be^^neath, or in the waters under the earth, i thistime. Mostof the Chinamen, after landing^on our shores, start off immediately in^search of employment, and they travel^till they find it, though it be to Kern^River, Montana, or to ^the End of the^Line^ of the Pacific Railroad.^Over^^hand Monthly, March. Willsomebody tel^. us where this^'bl^rn River'' is Adelegation oi Cherokee. Creek,^Choctaws and Cbickasaw Indians have^called on General Grant....

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

THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, MARCH 19. IMPORTEDFOR THE POST. ^^iiffi*c*Nlonal. *Minrrton,March 15.^Smite.^Col* in^^duced a bill granting lands in aid of irri-^^2Jjc^naL^ in California,^rrumball. from Judiciary Committer, re-^j th* Joint Resolution relating to rv-^f\Z~u from civil office in Virginia; also^^J^aBienJments, to* bill to reorganise the^T dic:^l system, ihe amendments allow^'B,r# than one Circuit Court to be held at^TTgame time in the same District, by direc^^tion of the Presiding Judge; also that Circuit^cJatts oi^v be held by the Supreme Justices^\.j tb^ Circuit Judge sitting together. The^Z^mt clerks of the Circuit and District^hg0U to continue in office until the other^.ppointmentf are made; also with amend^^ment*, the Uouse bill to repeal the Tenure of^Ogee Lie. ^^ne amendment suspends the^tCt Mil the next session; also the bill to en-^rce the 11th Amendment.^M rtwn oQ^red a joint resolution providing^tbst a majority of any State Legislature be^-officiant to ratify the Co...

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

6 THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, MARCH 19. TheHoiilmia Post CxosnioorT Sale.^Hirecbman ^.^^ Bro'^., who ruk m ear of Ik* brtrint cloth orSubscription 00 S 00 3 50 salesof Advertising^^mans** Card*. 5 Itwe* or less, 3 do.do.do. 6 do.do.ao. 1 aqua**,ten h^ea or less. 1^do.do, do. * do. do.do. do. 1 d0Kdo. do. * do do,do. do. ^ do. do.do. do. 6 do, do.do. do. 1 0 0* 1* 09 18 00 25 0O ^0 so oe TO 00 10 00 13 03 W 00 30 00 36 00 35 00 *0 SO 13 00 18 00 34 00 3* 00 45 00 65 0U WOO 30 00 05 00 35 00 | 45 00 55 00 H^ 00 115 on 30 ou 40 uu 1neata,55 00 I 3 On 73 no I 3 do. 00 00 I do. 140 00 I 1roar200 00 | 1XotlCfl^' la* !^ Hat per liaa f^r three j^or lea* ; 75 cents per line s-r ten liao* or )m* ; I^at* per .ne for eleven lines or saure. forsome time awaiting the arrival of the In-^^ I mranee Adjuster to assess their damages.^Tli^ baring been dona they will reopen their j^store on Saturday morning with the determin- j^ation to close their stock out at any figure*^whatever. Their aumiintb stock,...

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

THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, MARCH 19. VtfALTHAM a/\ TCHES! FIRST NATIONALBANK KING-^ GILLETTE r ,.U*nh~o*e ^f tbeee watches forth* last jt^ tig Railway Conductors. Engi-^t ; rnMmrn. tbe most exacting of watch^* '^^'hai tfswsvsxsrhly demonstrated the strength,^^ durability and accuracy ^^f the Wal-^vVstch. To satisfy 'hat class in all these^'.i|n-^: ^ ^^ as T.. n-m'. ,ftii*-** timekeeper*. OF llI l l ^ \. OtMgnatcdDepositor) o-i-,400.OOO ot these watch** are now j ;ZiSSS5SSFor Disbursing Officers Thes^l* r*^nzatioa and great extant of^'ceajpanv* W'urka ^^ Walthant. enable them^tJE, watch-s at a i^i io* which r^dsrs Ooas-^. m '. 1*1 see wit i buv aoy other watch .u '^ i^ .^.i per ceo;, uiore for their .mb^ i* eecue^a.~y. fi, sel ag Wa'.tbaua Watches at leaa^. . ^:.- go'-l i :^^ ^^ bt-f-r~^There i* bo other manufacture of any^: which tbis ran be said. AND ri.WXCIALAGE NTH OFTHE UNITEDSTATES. ; ... aw patent combine ^wry improve sneat I Vn'id in Capital,- - -$100,^^oo .ZWl Vf'r^J^ '^e^y'l...

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

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, MARCH 19 lh' Montana Post. PublishedDaily and Weekly BTthe MoitanaPost PnblisMns Company -N'O.SO MAIN 8T, HELENA,^CEO. 31. FINNEY. ISA If AG AddressAll Basin* MONTANAPOST PUB. CO.^^i mil ComtpoDdcM for Publication. EDITOR MONTANA POST.' OURAGENTS. HUDSONa MBSBT. New York Timet Building.^i Pork Row or* Um sot* ifali for Most aha^Host, tor tk^ Boetsc* States.^StBSX. A Yaatts, Sole Agents for Chicago iodvicinity.^W. T. Hamilton, Fert Ben too.^Mr. a. J. Smith. Bannaek.^J. M. riiH, Starling, Hot Spring District. beI likgbr 4l allot*. Silver Bow. Jambs8tuakt, Deer Lodge. Wordek*Co.. Hall Oat*. W.P. PaBSOSO, Gallatin City. T.Nicholson, German Gulch. Geo.PeRRT, Lincoln Gulch. Geo.Kalch . Radersburg. a.B. Hamilton, San River Crossing. H.H. Hatha*at. Highland District. F.(^HI Ki If Summit City. R.C. Johnson, Blackfoot. WebLETW. Jones, Reynold*' City, Elk Crack. J.S. Williams. St. Louis, Mo. L.P. FlBHER. San Francisco. CaL H.ellis Sl Co., Leeeburgh, Salmon River Mines...

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

THEMONTANA POST. v Newspaper, Devoted to the Mineral, Agricultural ana Commercial Interests oi^ Montana Territory. VOL.V, NO. HELENA. MONTANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1869. WHOLENO. 238 I Ilie Montana Post. .]!. mills. - EDITOR^Associate Editor and Manager ThkPort Townsend Mf**agc is urg-^n_r the admission of Washington Ter-^- .iaii.l bitterly opposes :heproject ^f Oregon to annex the Pu-^.^t Sound District to that Mate. MavorFox, of Philadelphia, gives^,-verv rnuple married by him a Testa*^ment and his photograph.^Krrhangc. Fox'sBook of Martyrs would lie more appropriate. TiikDemocratic prediction has been^verified. All the leading Republican^papers say, Grant has turned out the^worst President we ever had^that's Johnson. ThkPresident nominated, on Tuee-^lav. J. Bancroft Davis as Assistant Seo retarvof State to succeed Frederick W.^Seward. Several revenue appointments werealso made. loCTWBLLbelieves the Treasury De^^partment can lie so conducted as to^!^rirj^ our bonds to par in foreign ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 26 March 1869

THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, MARCH 20. PBIDAVnORNING, iHABCH 26th. .XjVS-i.H. 3VIILLS. - EDITOR GEO.BC PINNEY,^Associate Editor and Manager TheNevada Legislature adjourned^March 4tb, at midnight. Grant'sunpardonable sin, r*f/^ Ga~^zcUe. Revoking Johnson's pardons. ANDREWJohnson left Washington^lor Tennessee on the 16th. Ai.vinFi.axdkrb, delegate from^Washington Territory, announces him^^self a candidate for re-election. ToeLower House of the New York^legislature ratified the loth amend^^ment on the 18th. Thetelegrams state the civil war is^ended in Japan. Tbe Japan-knees will^bend in gratitude to Joah. Theconfirmation of Frank Moore on^Wednesday was as second Secretary of^legation at Paris instead of Madrid.^This relieves Mr. John W. Dix. Mr.^Washburne has not yet named his^choice for Secretary, but as his wishes^#11] doubtless be consulted, it is not im^^probable the first few letters of his name^will be W-a-s-h-b-n-r-n-e. Thedeed is done. Another nail in the^coffin of Constitutional L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 26 March 1869

Twoothers gMPOMTMDFOR TUE POST. 'on:;rctwionul. 11^ ill \Va.-bincton,March 17.^Th* bill to ea-^kill .niieDdment in tieorgia was re-^I from the Judiciary Co as ami tt**, whisk) .'r.; rt-d the claim* of J. Hill and II. V.^jgfiw. ^cu;itors from Georgia, recommending^ibfv lie on the table till action is taken on^.j,e^Georgia bill. u wa# introduced granting lands to the^Railroad from the southern boundary of klan-^ja. to the Pacific. Abill continuing the educational and col^^lection department of the Freed mens' bureau^psj January 1st, 1871. \mt resolution relative to a light house^q the coast of Oregoo passed. Ib*ail to repeal the Tenure of office act^m taken up. EJmunl.-r^-uraed his argument against the^-^peal. Ihaveroffered a substitute, declaring the^*w inoperative, but requiring the President^. aa the Senate within 10 days after the^f the session, all appointments amJeduring a recess which require confir^^mation. Shermanspoke in favor of the repeal,^advocated the substitute,^titer a...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 26 March 1869

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, MARCH 26. TheMontana Post KBIDAV .HORNING, IRAK H 2^th. INDIANAFFAIRS. Wewould be glad to have confirina-^tioa of the rumor that Col. Ely Parker^id to be appointed Commissioner of In^^dian Affairs. It gives good promise of^a better candition ot affairs for both In* '^dians and whites, and will elicit an ap- ;^proral from the frontiers that neither^General Sanborn or the other aspirants ,^named would receive. Col. Parker has^Indian blood ir his veins, is the present^Chief of the Six nations, and has been ,^tor years a member of ^irant^s staff.^The appointment would esttiblish confi^^dence in the Government on the part of^the Indians, and guarantee a complete '^unity of sentiment and effjrt between {^the Commissioner and the President in^any policy decided upon, and that pol- ;^icy, we believe, would not be as puerile I^And vascillating as has characterized it^tor years. The suggestion that three-^lourths of the Indian Agents would be^Quakers we deem a good t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 26 March 1869

REPORTEDFOR THE POST. (0\(.RIslOML SKXATE.March 22.^Kellogg intro- aidtne Pacific Central rail- i allspeculate on the prospect of the repeal of^the Tenure of office law. TheTribune details a conversation with^Grant, who said, '-should Congress repeal the^law, he was ready to make many nominations.^If they refused, be should proceed very care^^fully to look orer the field thoroughly'before^making removals.'' TheRepublicans will probably hold a cau^^cus to-day, on the question^repeal or suspen^^sion. Ihedemocrats begin to show a disposition^to refrain from voting. Should three or four^do so the repfal will certainly be defeated. Washington,March 22.^The Senatorial^Republican caucus after two hours of a see*^sion on the Tenure of office bill adjourned^without action. Morton,Grimes and Sprague withdrew, re^^fusing to bind themselves to the action of the^caucus. Itis generally believed the law will be sus^^pended four years. AdmiralHoS writes that Salnave is be-^seiging Auz Cayes and wou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 26 March 1869

6 THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, MARCH 26. TheNoiHsiiiii Post. of Orofj. on* year98 SO io. six months.5 0# do. three ssoatas,3 50 Hatesof Advertising : BosineaeCard*. 5 lines or 1am, 3 asoata*..8 6 00 do. do. do. f month....10 00 do. do. do. 1 year,15 00 Onesquare, ten line* or leas, 1 ineertioe, ..4 00 do. do. do. 2 do.6 00 l... do. da. 1 asowtb,10 00 dn do. do. 2 do. 13 00 Rxx. do. do. 3 do15 00 do. do. do. 6 do. 25 00 do. do. do. 1 year35 00 Twoaqaarea. 1 imattion6 00 do. 2 do. 8 00 do. 1 moot*12 00 do. 2 do. 18 00 do. :^ do. 94 00 do. 6 do. 40 00 do. 1 year65 00 Oaeeighth polnmn, 1 insertion.000 do. do. 2 da. 12 00 do. do. 1 month,10 00 do. do. 2 da. 25 00 do. do. 3 do. 30 00 do. do. 6 do. 50 00 do. do. 1 year70 00 Ooe-sixtbcolumn, 1 insertion.10 00 do. do. 2 do. 15 00 do. do. 1 month.20 00 da. do. 2 do.3000 do. do. 3 do.36 00 do. do. 6 do.5500 do- do. 1 year,00 00 One-tonrthcolumn, f insertion.12 00 do. do. 2 da. 18 00 do. do. 1 month.24 00 do. do. 2 do. 36 00 do. do. 3 do. 45 00 do...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 26 March 1869

FIRST NATIONALBANK of Ic^ipnHt^*^l Depository ForDisbursing Officers ! AND FINANCIALAGENTS ofthe UNITEDSTA^tES. Iai^l in CtfM, - - ^$100,000^^nthoriaed Capital, $30e,000 hT HAISF.R.8. M If ALL President.Vioe-Presidect.^J NO. S. ATCHISON': Cashier. FirstNational Bank AssayOfTioe Mineralsand Ores correctly Assayed.^OrntW A\D SILVER BARS (;o*raDte*dV. 8. Standard* AUGUSTUS8TEITZ ll'KKIOR IMITATION GOLD HUNTING WATCHES! TheOroideZWatob FA.C TORY 0' KOIDECams, a newly-discovered oomposi^tion, known only to ourselves, precisely like^rold in appearance, keeping ita color as long aa^mora, and aa well finished as tbe beat Gold on^These Watches are in Hunting cases, made at oar^own Factory, bom the beet materials, of the 1st^sod most approved sty]**, are jeweled and wall^finished with a view to the beat results in regard^to wear and time. For Appearance, durability and^tine, they hare never been equalled by W ate bee^costing five times as maeh. ^aob one warranted^by special certificate to kee...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 26 March 1869

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, MARCH 2(5. Tin1Molilalia Post. PublishedDaily and Weekly bythe MoitanaPost Publishing Company 2-JTO.80 MAIN 8T, HELENA.^GEO. Mm PICKET, MAN i^.FH. Addressall Business Ccmmanicatiuns, MMONTANA POST PUB. CO.^^Address all CorTrespoodeoce for Publication, EDITOR MONTANA POST. OCRAGENTS. HTOflSA MEWT New Ycrk Timti Building.^14 Park Row are the sol* agents tor Moxtasa P*JBT.for the Eastern States. STEELa YaXTta, 8oi^ Agents for Chicago^and vicinity. W.t. IlAJfTLTO*. Fort Benton. Mb.A. J. Smith. Bannack. J.M. Fen, Sterling. Hot Spring; District. Bei.lucgekA Al.LEJt. 8ilver Bow. JamesSti art Dear Ledge. WoviDa Co.. Hell Gate. W.P. Pabsoks, Gallatin City. T.Nicholson. German Galea. Geo.Peebt. Lincoln Gulch. Geo.RaLCH , Radersbarg. A.B. Hamilton. San River Crossing. H.H. hath aw at. Highland Die-trie*. F.Ou Rc R Summit City. R.C. Johnson, BlackfooC WbsletW. Jones, Reynolds' City, Elk Creek. J.8. Williams, 8C Loene, Mo. LP. FlSHBB. San Fraaedaoo. Cal. H.Kllu A Co., L...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 2 April 1869

* / / J ICL MONTANAPOST. V Newspaper. Devoted to the Mineral, - Verr-icvill m-n 1 and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. vol.V, no. M). helena. montana. friday, april 2, 18(51). wholeno. 239 rhfMontana Post ia. (iKO.m. pom Associate Editor and Manager 0:.i .lake^* is always sound.^Demo* ,at. Soundand iury signifying nothing. I\khai. Iln.i. s rebel Magazine^^mi a^ini^is dead. Our con*^.ioleoced tn the lriends of the deceased. M v ky borrower* are all disconsolate.^..ave ascertained there will be no nreLent this year. batu^ K^ 10 Corinne City, and no^- wait lor the wagon. What say *,iti^/^^ t^tcrat.^fj ;he Echo, ^wag-on. .oogress says it is only 000 miles from LataSuj^erior to Puget Sound.^Demo- /(ft. Wmrail for the papers on that. IdahoLegislature at its last res* .nnpassed an act giving the Governor^md each ^^t the Federal officers $2,500,^^nd tli^- Secretary $ 1,000 per annum,^. xtra compensation from the Territorial jreasury. \\^ have been reading Mrs. Stanton * tiniiefisR...

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