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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 28 July 1866

1 1I K -M_()N',TANA POST; SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1866.^ ^ THEIONTAtf A POST . jsat^rclay ? _ ^IR AGENTS. ^ \ 1! HAMILTON': our Agent at Fort Benton. Mk A. J. Smith U onr Agent at Bannack. aI ^ ^j Kish, Sterling, Hot Spring District. Geo. 8 RaWUNGS, Silver Creek. st A. At KIJlMAX, Montana City rf ^ >. ii. 1JOBWIX. Silver Bow. . T. D. STRAIT, Jefferson City. g^ JAMK? STUAKT, Deer Lodge. \VoBi>KN'A Co., HellGata. w QlUPATftfCK ^ BUVAXT, Heleuti joroi J^ncti011 ^_i Ontf. K- SMITH. Gallatin City. ir j Yil'OXl), German Gu'.cli. |[ 11. HATHA WAV, Highland District. 81 J. W. WllITK. Pine Grore District m y. CHURCH. Summit City. C AM1T.F.L1. St Co., Confederate Oulch. HI Sl. C. Moore. Blackfoot. f. N. Buck, Boulder Valley. . J. A. Mac.HEU. Reynold City, Klk Creek. J, g. WILLIAMS, St. I.*>uis, Mo. J^^ L. P. Fisher, Sm Francisco. Cai. ED. PHJl ETTK, of Virginia, is our authorized Agent to receive subscribers and moneys. His receipt will be good. ]_ LOCAL ITKIVXS. m KincmiVs ox train, six ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 28 July 1866

6 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY , JULYJ?Jj**? M. Carroll, Geo Stekl. j CARROLL. ^ STEEL. \m Storage Forwarding and Dealers in Gen- j eral Merchandise. -rj BENTON CITY, MONTANA TER. 88-100* W. C. Gillette. James King. KING ^k GILLETTE, ^ Bridge street . . . Helena, IH. T., WHOLESALE DEALERS 15 Staple and Fancy Groceries, DRY GOODS, rj CLOTHING, K BOOTS AND SHOES, ^ HARDWARE AND MINERS* TOOLS. 94* SPENCER, HARRISON ^ CO., L UMBER YARD, h Corner of Idaho and Van Buren Streets, h VIRGINIA CITY, WL T. VTTE have constantly ou hand a good assortment W of J WHITE AND RED PINE LUMBER. Also shingles and lath. , All orders filled at short notice. 9S-3m SPENCER, HARRISON ^ CO. ATTENTION! -J ie FREIGHTERS AND OTHERS! bl *T^EE Great Beaverhead Wagon Road is now open A for travel, running from the southern line of the Territory via ^ The Junction ; ^ thence down Red- Rock ; thence through the Beaverhead canon to Beaverhead valley and Stinkingwater ^ making a out off cf thirty miles ^ to Helena, Confe...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 28 July 1866

k ^rnoW It Bfi_ i Justus Cooke. n^ 1 > ^ I c._..7~LT ~ T~Z i~ ~ 1 -~> ' -- ~ ^Big Horse^ CflrraI?f .alias, Mootee,) Proprietor, H. M. CASTl* v Door West of the Jefferson House, Wallace Street, VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA. LARGE AND COMMODIOUS (X Feed and Sale Stables! THE CONSTANT RESORT OF STOCK BUYERS THE A SPLENDID AND 'J SPACIOUS CORRAL, At the rear of the premises, extending from Wallace to Idaho streets. Pil Saddle Horses ! ^ HELL PACED AND APPOINTED. / BUGGIES and SLEIGHS, Ol the best construction, with teams that cau t-^t draw them, to let: m A SAFE AND STYLISH TURNOUT GUAR- ? ANTEED. PLENTY OF jt? PRIME BAY and well cleaned CRAIH CA ALWAYS ON HAND. CA A NEAT AND m ML mwm mw\ (The Only one in Town.) _(( TO BE HAD AT SHORT NOTICE! alf an^ A T * Oil MONTEE'S CORRAE. ~ i4*o E.0N0MY, SPEED, COMFORT AND SAFETY. c^ THE HOLLADAY vll j OVERLAND MAIl 0 AND , ; EXPRESS CO., v Are now running a I DAILY LINE j I OF ] I FIRST CLASS CONCORD COACHES ^ BETWEEN Cl I VIRGINIA CITY ^ HELENA, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 28 July 1866

g~ THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, JULY 2S. 1H66. \j : --. ^ ' !' ^ ^ ^ ' ^ T-7- COMMERCIAL. ^ ^J/j'.O'.'XK^ VIRGINIA WHOLESALE MARKET. ^~ t Corrected by J. S. Rockfellow, No. 5 Jackson St. for . and Virginia City, M. T., July S27th, 1866. A* The produce* market for the past week ha^ Ath ^howa more activity thau for the previous week, Arg There has been a considerable and increasing de- Auf .nanAfor staple articles. W^ have to note a large Ada addition io our population, owing to the recent ar- Ban rivals from the states of trains of immigrants and Bar also owing to the returning tide of miners, who J* have not ^struck it rich,^ as they expected, in and ? about the ^Metropolis,^ and have returned to a Bak certain plenty here. jJan There have been several arrivals of trains from r?, Itenton, and our stores are fast filling np with com- Bail plete assortment of merchandise. jjak FIjOUK^ has remained dull and inactive. Con- ? sumers buy slowly, expecting a decline in rrices Bea- while the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 4 August 1866

__THE MONTANA POST. ? J__L______fte:d Mtothe Mineral, Agx-io^ltiiral andCommerdal Interests of Montana Territory; jj. ^W. TILTON^ Sc CO., ) ^ ^ :- .' - ^ ^- Publishers and Proprietors. | ' MY COUNTRY, MAY SHE ALWAYS BE RIGHT; BUT, MY COUNTRY, RIGHT OR WRONG.^ ^ \A TERM8: ^ ^ ^ *^ , I ^8 a year, in advance. VOL. 2, NO. 50. VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1866. WHOLE NoT_. I THE MONTANA POST. M GoU 13. W. TILTON 6c CO., Wat i). w. Tiltox, Beh R. Dittes, JJ* PUBLISHERS Sl PROPRIETORS. Office at the City Book Store, corner of Wallace and ? Jaekson Streets, Virginia City. Terms of Subscription : j One copy. ^ne year 88 (10 do. nix months, 5 00 dn. three months, 3 50 Rates of Advertising: Business Cards, 5 lines or less, 3 months. . $ 6 00 T_>] do. do. do. 6 months... JO 00 J_> do. do. do. 1 year, 15 00 p One square, ten lines or less, 1 insertion, .. 4 00 da d^. do. 2 do. .. 6 00 ^ do. do. do. 1 month, 10 00 do. do. do. 2 do 13 00 j ----- do. da do. 3 do. 15 00 M .i ). ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 4 August 1866

2 TBE MONTANA POST', S AT I'll DAY, AUGUST 4, 186g. THE MONTANA POST.! ^ ^ I Saturday - .'. Augnat 4, 1S66. THE ^SINEWS OF WAR.^ As war, on a gigantic scale, has begun in earnest, once more, in continental J Europe, a brief comparison of the finan- rial condition and resources of the bel^ ligerent Powers may prove interesting, I ^ as a consideration vitally affecting the | probable duration of the struggle. All prolonged wars ^ and it is espe^ cially so in modern warfare ^ make heavy drains upon the _>ecuniary resources of the belligerent parties. In densely pop^ ulated countries, like those of central Europe, embraced within the theatre of the present hostilities, men enough can always be found willing to sell their bodies to .become ^ food for the cannon.*' provided money can be raised by loans or taxation to defray the enormous ex^ penditure of treasure which modern war demands. The official financial returns of the fe^f3rfteP y?Sr S$ TK)Ssessed the money ^sinews^ in the follo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 4 August 1866

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1866. . 3 ? _?IsrBE.lANKOlS. Ai char Thk Mavor of Brooklyn has furnished wert an example of civil virtue that deserves awa; notice He h** a resolution in- ? casing his o*^* salary. # man \\ ex t'cdon*'! of the 8th Illinois In natc foatZT mid a Brevet-Brigidier. has en- to , listed in the regular army, m New f.pftV Orleans, tk *^* made hr8t ^^*r^reant of thftt his compi?, port Yoim* Johnson. ^ Willam Preston car^ is a randi^*** f^r the clerkship of a Court maT in Louisvilje. Kv. He is a son of Albert w't' Sidnev JoUiston who was killed at Shi- ^B*J !oh. and vi^s aid-de-eamp to Jeft^. Davis rea* during di^ war. ? Those Worms. ^ Recently the army stea worms vfrited the potato field of a man Anc named Frazier, in Nevada county Califor- gra' uia. a^d destroyed eight acres ot that in o excellent vegetable. No sign of vegeta- sha! tion exists. wh* S \ >r PATCH. J k. ^ An adventurous fel- low named Ludlow, from Winchester, am/ Ky.. attemptetl to cros...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 4 August 1866

~ THE- MONTANA POST, SATT?I?AY? -AJ?QU?T4?1866._ A POST f^XvfAfrntn fn t\e fiifatfltjUnen* j f and inning camps of t/tt Territory and j | ^ 'xextt n . trill please take notice tbat the ^ l??\of fu?r?itio? for the Post hater] j ^)ftt^ increased V> per quarter, $5.00 c fee six months, and $3.00 /w one year. ' j WAR AGAINST THE COURTS. '2 j i On Monday next, the District Court J lor. thiaJpistrici, wiil commence its regTi j ular session for August. The Court will | be held in pursuance of the appointment j made for it by Governor Edgerton. A ta?e?umb?r ol.our citizens believe tliat ! thi8^_argoni^?-?A^he G;eWaor,ha*ba^n | ? superceded by the appointments made by the body calling itself a* Legislature? * which assembled in this eity in March j last. The action of?tijat body having? been decided by one of the Judges of the I f Territory ?Hegal,' and this decision being j ^oavurr?d in by the other two Judges, j* we suppose their opinion must prevail j in this matter,^ until 'that in it...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 4 August 1866

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1866. 5 ~ ' ^ ; ^ ^ ^ * 1 - ^ XHfiMoffi? POST, f , August -A, 1866. ri^*8 ?ora^y^ gj to,,, S*SS ^CB AGENTS. **' . ^ m mH.ro*. u our A*9nt Bt Port B^nton. g A. a. ri* ^ ^i M OUr Airent at Bannack. yuPNHVj, Hot Spring Di.vlot ^* ^ V a RtiTLUPOS, Silver Creek. lire T D STR*1*' Jefferion City. mil! t\um STt**. I>^?r Lodge. that i,-.hv T*^^*> Junction City. j ^CHAS. ^ S^TH' (Jttll^tin C'-X- Hia V ijirKS) Berman Gulch. H H. flA*\WAT, Highland DUtriot. Pta j'yf. W'lWE, Pine Orove District. laj F CHi'S'A Summit City. j .. 'AJfPBK'-A CO., Confederate Oulch jj o. MOJRK, Blackfoot. in^i i 'fi. Bi-'Ot, Boulder Valley. Djg j'. A- Mj*HER, Reynold City, Elk Creek. j. S. W|XIAMS, St. Louis, Mo. j L P. Fjhkr, San Francisco. Cal. _ / tisc Ki). 1KJUETTK. of Virginia, is our authorized Agent U receive subscribers and mSneys. His tDli .eeeipt sill be good. dis ^g- T ed luteal Items. ar' !XL fix t-'OKall kintjtaf Blank Book* and Stationery, go , -.> (he City...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 4 August 1866

? ^ theWntana p6gg?jg???gP-,g.T. 4 [ 1 8 * ^ ^ TheRarteMSe*. The sea is not only the emblem of ] change ; it is itself the cause, directly ^ or indirectly, of nearly all the physical ' changes that take place in the world, t Ascend the mountain summit, nnd there. 1 amid ,the crags Where the eagle builds 1 her eyrie and the heather grows in the i blue immeasurable silence of heaven, ^ you iread the shores of a former sea,' 1 whole shells and corals, imbedded in the 1 rocks, are still as perfect and beautiful t as when the last retiring wave rippled i over them. ( Descend into the stony chambers of 1 the earth, and there, in the darkness of t the quarry, you will see the petrified t skeletons of fish that once swam in the t waters, and the sands that once formed t the shores of unknown seas, and the un- i dulating ripple marks left behind by the 1 ebb and now of long forgotten tides, t We cannot name a single spot where f the sea has not at some time or other t been. 1 Every rock that...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 4 August 1866

T1,K yi 0 N TA N A POST. S ATURD AY,' A Wlf ST 4, 1866.' ' ~ ~j MiPiinii ^ 1 fl;_ .1.1 I _ ^1 ^ ~^i ' ^ r. ^ r~T* ^ ^ ^^ - - - ^ tv. *- ^ ^ ^ ^r^r IO >'T Y OII_LIK^ TO KNOW ? ' ], , know B girl with teeth? c pearl, J \nd shoulders white a,snow . C She lives^ a well 1 must not tell^ a Wouldn't you li*?*^'^-- L ha> is wondrous fair, It j avv S?t* How ; it, ?Jjp! you like to know | g , , e,-es were blue, (celestial hue ) %l d'azzlmg in their glo-.r ! j On whom they beam a With melting gleam^ j p Wouldn't you like to know ^ 0 Her lips are red. and finely wed. ' * l ike roses ere they blow : L What lover sips 1*1 Tho^e melting lilw ^ Wouldn't you like to know ! j Iter fingers are like lillies fair. Wi-en liilie* tairest grow , ^ Whose hands they press j> With fond earess ^ Wouldn't you like to know ^ g Her f'>ot is smaiL, and hath a fall _ Like snow Hakes on the snow : ^ And where she goes 8 Beneath the rose ^ O v, ouldn't you like to know ? She has a name, the sweetest name ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 4 August 1866

8 THE MONTANA P*OST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1866. COMMERCIAL. ^ oMHi ^ VIRGINIA WHOLESALE MARKET. V Corrected by J. S. Rockfellow, Ho. S Jackson St. fo Virginia Cm, M. T., August 3d, 1866. * Tbe general market during the past week has J shown some signs of improvement There is a bet- A ter demand for produce and provisions in small lots, a, No large lota have changed hands, as buyers have A been waiting the arrival of several large trains, A which are expected daily, and may have a ten- jj dency to weaken the market. Leahder Black's B train of some forty large wagons, arrived yesterday, ? loaded with bacon, sugar, coffee and quite a gen- b eral assortment of staple goods, partly owned by B himself and the balance by C. A. Cook, Esq., of ? Denver City. B FLOUR^ We heard of one sale of five hundred B sacks at ill, partly in store, the balance to be ! delivered the coming month. The demand for g small lots is limited, with no change in prices. BACON^ Prime continues firm, with some con- s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 August 1866

m^^~,^^iii(^w vjfc | ^niiiijiHj . ^^flaw^ ^ i ^!^^^>' ^ ^*^^ Mms*__i_ _Joi____, ^ ^ THE MONT AN A POST. : ?V ?W^PapCr- J>^VOtea to the Mineral, Agrtcr^ltttra.l and Commercial Interests of Montana Te.-ritorv. L>. W. TILTON ^ Coi ) ^ - ! , publishers and T>roprietor*. $ MY COUNTRY, MAY 8HE ALWAYS RE RIGHT; BUT, MY COUNTRY RIGHT OR WRONG L_, TERMS : ^ ^ ? ^ ~ ' | ^8 a. year, in advance. VOL. 2, NO. 51. VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1866. WHOLE NO. 103. THE MONT AN A POST. T3. W. TILTON^ ^ CO., > D. W. Tilton, Bks R. Drrraa, PUBLISHERS ^ PROPRIETORS. ,-)Mut ? tkt City Book Store, corner of Wallace and *? Jackson Streets, Virginia City. Terms of Subscription : , On* copy, one year t8 00 I do. sis months, 5 00 do. three months, 3 50 Rates of Advertising: Snsiness Card*, 5 lines cr less, 3 months.. * 6 00 do. da do. 6 months, . . 10 00 do. do. do. 1 year, 15 00 , One square, ten linns or less, 1 insertion, . . 4 00 ' do. do. do. 2 do. 6 00 do. do. do. 1 month,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 August 1866

2 THE MONTANA POST, S A T jj Uf} AY f ?V?l???M? BREVITIES. The Chicago Rtyubitoan has expressed its disapproval of the renomination of John Wontworth for Congress. We understand that parties are en^ gaged in removing buildings from Idaho City to Owyhee, in Idaho Territory. The mother of Senator Sumner died at Boston on the 15th of June last, being at the time of her death, eighty-one years. ] A Jury lately impanneled in New i York, represented the small amount of ' $75,000,000. Belmont, Astor and Stew^ art, compose tho jury. i The State of Oregon has elected a true Union man to the United States Senate, ! thus dispensing with the services of present Senator Nosmith. Fokd'b Theatre, at Washington, is , undergoing a thorough refitting, under ^ tho supervision of Surgeon-Gen. Barnes. ^ The Army Museum will occupy the upper j story. ^ Mrs. Lincoln has presented the walk- 1 ing stick used by her late husband, to , that illustrious ^colored individual,^ ^ Fred. Douglass. She deserves cred...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 August 1866

JTHE MONTANA POST, S AT TJ R DAY, AUGUST 11, 1866. 3 CALIFORNIA lTi ns. ma, Another Shock at Stock ton . ^ The Sacramento Union, of July 21st says: thin M ? dispatch to the Bee, dated Stockton, wer jair 16th, says a severe shock of e^rth- quake wa* at fifteen minutceto ten ^his morning^ no damage done- It was c^m. not quite as severe as that ot Saturday wef night. of t; Central Pacific Railroad. ^ A cor- ^ ^ -,-f.pondVnt of tho Alta who haa been T over and reported on this route, says : Fra -Three hundred kegs of Santa Cruz Qon powder, costing four dollars per keg, are the daily nsed in blasting. About twelve cati hundred horses or mules are employed^ cigc and thai stock is kept in tho best oondi- jn I tios Where heavy cuts or tunnels occur ofje work is kept up by threo regular gangs, nur on the seven days of the week, day and eng night. difF Either Suicide or Murder. ^ The Son Sacramento Union, of July 21st, says: ^mF We mentioned, yesterday, that the a ci body of an' unknown man h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 August 1866

47 ^ -^ ^ THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1866? THE MONTANA POST. . Baturday ...August 11, I860, hon ^ ^ - wit ^y Our Agents in the. different toicns , and mining camps of the Territory and _ elsewhere, will please take notice that the tair terms of subscription for the Post have Qf a been increased to $3.50 per quarter, $5.00 j. . for tit months, and $8.00 for one year. ' ? ? ? Basss saw saw, h ss *tln LEGISLATION AND TAXATION. len ^ e8tl The many attempts made undt-r the Gf ; above caption to delude the unthinking in i and unwary, by the pre-Adamite who ed controls the columns of tho Democrat ^ tbe shew that he doubts whether, in any one of them, his success is even mode- wa rate. Each effort being unsatisfactory, gui he renews the attempt to prevaricate ; ! yet and each attempt fails on his hands, and ^.}lJ his frequent repetitions are but no many rjp acknowledgments of failure. He knows fa that it is to his own party ^ and largely to his own advice, which so strangely lq ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 August 1866

ffiMSS?POST. J ??rTZI?g?t U, I860. * u Hiut-TO*, is our Agent at Port Benton. . A . j 9jjiTH is our Agent at Bannack. * f u Fish Sterling, Hot Spring District. i a RAWLINS. Silver Creek. A AcKKHMaS, Montana City. T, * noaWlS, Silver Bow. safe ^ * in^\ Twi * J^^ctitm City. th, r^H is. pShith, Gallatin City. S. V vifo.vp. German Gulch. ti^ ^ ^iT HaT^A WAT, Highland District. y'w Whitk. Pine Grove District. D1( ^ chlkch. Summit City. r.a-eBBtx ^ Co.. Confederate Gnlch. i C MOOKK. Blackfivit Ct i V BUCK Boulder Valley. ke i a Maoawt Reynold City, Elk Creek. j S 'WH -UAM8. St. Louis, Mo. PS t, p FUllKK, San Francisco. Cal. laj ^D pfQtnrtTE, of Virginia, is our authorized otl ._,^[' to receive subscribers and moneys. His ap Slipt will be good. ? Local Items. th Bannack letter too late for this issue^ will appear ^^'^ ^?j St FOB all kinds of Blank Books and Stationery, go nc u the City Book Store. Ju W AT the City Book Su re may be found aU kinds fn j; blank books, blank deeds, abstracts, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 August 1866

6 ????????????????????????? OLD RIUSIC. m Mark from the rcixty realms Of time, , Hack, fruio tl^e yoars agoae, * Pai ntly we catch the ringing rhyme, And bear the melody and the chime Of older, auag* ^uu strains subliino, m Like earvl uf birds at dawn., IE And ever we bear them, soft and low, 11 Harping their bum^ sweet ^ al Song* tbat we lured ia tae lung age, Rippling their liquid ebb and ttow, Drifting tbeir cadence to aod fro, , , Like tbe fall of fairy feet. M Some faces our hearts will ever hold, 1E .Some smile* we remember yet, m There were flotviog locks like the tOWH V jro'd, 8l There were parted lip* of Cup d s mould. And the m>ogs they sang can ne'er grow old, Fur our hearts can ne'er forget. B The tunes that the voice of girlhood stiDg, cl The chords that we loved full well rrj When hopes were buoyant, hearts were young, ? When fairy bells in tbe flower-cups rurg, And ever fell from a rueide.i's tougue c' The words of a witching spell. vi Ah. well u -day I 'tis a stor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 August 1866

?Ml?APQM, SATURDAY, ATJOUgTif, 18667 _ _ _ ^ _ _ ~J .I Partlns Between Larry O^^lao> foe] I^* rJr,m an^ Dnlctnea. No. ^ -f ^vmii of sA^ /rwA RepaV.it adapted ^ saMe it'i me. oome f^^r to bid ye farewell ; j8_] ^^^^ 151 vwr siffht I've (f^rt to be moving ; f '?rh^i)T ^free figbtin's^ ^^ temptm' and in* ^ sootbin'. . 8 mV dariint I bore's ray broken shilalab, g'^: ^ B,ddv Jtlw\m* a kapesake, ft>r ?^7'* OWD 84,10 P** V* mnlf?r riUer .nd drame of yer Larry, ' Q 1?SW Usee*. tobe.blanlo' awake. ? . ^u i* dear ^^* tin e we *rpre r^rtl^lf- anti liut out of m> ^^^> ,.^ g, wheu rm ab6int| . r ih,- if MT Mnlroooey. the spooney, ^ ?^ L^ ;Vo..lin(r aronod ye. whin I'm gmte away, Ay] C^Tu^J it's a white livered traitor he is, ? ?me from .he thick of the fray. ^ [1 -T own swat* jewel, don't thick I ara cruel. I Z tavioa v^ so to make ould Ireland free ; pj b?n my heart's in my mouth, an' my nnses is ? a t frotDgwidout ye. a brave soldier to be. anc Mahoney Ma-llf -ye ^ make a ?' Colone...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 August 1866

% THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 18667* COMMERCIAL. VIRGINIA WHOLESALE MARKET. Corrected by J. S. Roekfellow, Mo. 5 Jtekson St. VIROIXIA Cm, M. T., August 10th, 1866. {Non-resident re^der* will plea*. boar in mind that onr quotations are baaed npon actual transac^ tion*, and are gold price* for good* by the original package*. The retail price* rang* about ten per cent, above quotation*.] FLOUR. 8t LouU #^ *^ck #20 00300 00 St.te. 16 00^00 00 Salt Lake. Ptoto M 00300 00 Other brand*, 13 00313 50 BACON. Prime New, Heavy Side*, plOO K* 52c Medium, do. do 50o HAMS. Prime canvassed P m 60e Country 55c300 LARD. Small can* ft Large 40e CANDLRS. Work'* Cincinnati p tb 50e Other brand* 48e SUGARS New Orleans p B 40c Clarified do 41e Powdered do 42c Crushed do , 40o A refined do ^0e COFFER. JavaP B none. Rio choice P B ^c Ordinary do 50c TEAS. Imperial * B #3 2532 75 Yonng Hyson P^ 2 0032 50 Japanese in papers B B 1 ^MM Belcher * G.8., StL., P 10 gal. keg #42 50 8 H H f 10 gal keg 400...

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