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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 1 September 1866

- jjQL MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1866. 5 HE MONTANA POST. ^~ . . ^ ^ : ^ ^ '^ - ^ plea. tnrslay Sept. 1, 1B66. what OUR AGENTS. ^n ^ n Hamilton. is our Agent at Fort Benton. T '^ \ J- SMITH is our Agent at Bannack. 1 V fm% Sterling. Hot Spring District. ^- s BA.WLINGS, Silver Creek. q DOKWIX. Silver Bow. * P.STKAIT, Jefferson C,ty. ?EsSTLART.De.rL?e. and] r.iKtiKV Jt CO.. rieii wait.. . \ ViTWCK ^ BRYANT, Helena. tnat _m TEMi'UC, Junction City. . E SMITH. Gallatin City. * ^vu-ONli * German Gulch. ; '. ' rTtHAWXT, Highland District. ^ 'A- WHITE. Pine Grove District. ^uu CHURCH, .Summit CiU. . $25 ft CO ConfederateGulch. : _^ m viiifiL. Reynold City, Elk Creek. reco ' WILLIAMS, St. Louis, Mo. ' j> j-'i-HKi;. Sau Francisco. Cal. .Ii ^ 1UETTE, of Virginia, is our authorized neT? deceive subscribers and moneys. Hia a^r* bego^d. j g?J ~ ^ beir jocal Items. kno ... . . ^ _ pan was au s for good cheap groceries, at Butler's ad, Wallace street. ^ . of 1 D ^Dr. Cornell has remov...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 1 September 1866

6 THE MONTANA POST, SAT U RDAY, SEP TEM BE R I. IS60. A Graph Ic Pen Portrait of a Becon structed Rebel Editor. A correspondent of tlie Cincinnati ac(, Commercial, writing from Lexington, 0*\n Kentucky. July 3d, thus ventilates one y)ar] John C. Ndble : _j ^ The most malicious, mendacious and rea] persistent slanderer of Union soldiers in wjti Kentucky rejoices in the name of John feej C. Noble. He is by profession an editor, parl but belongs to- no particular locality. gOCj He stays in one place no longer than lie Gf \ can carry on his business by cheating ihose who trust him for material and |jj-e labor. He was one of the noisiest of otn) secessionists before the war, and what few little influence he had was thrown an(j against his country. He is possessed of one idea ^ and that borrowed ^ which is continually bobbing about in his empty ..em skull like a pea in a hot skillet. In his r^fi boyhood, he fell in love with a picture of bm John C. Calhoun, and caught Calhoun's S00* phant...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 1 September 1866

THE MONTANA POS T , SATURDA Y , SI- P T E M BE R 1, 1866. 7 i j . ., ... m_mV_^ci .-.f . 1. ~ 1 riTrriTT -^ . . -__ I ^ i' ' ^ ~ ^ : PHOTOGRAPHIC NOTES. j In An English writer directs attention to ihe fact that the first known photographs j 18 were produced by lightning, and cites | a J the following illustrations, derived from J asi s late French work: . 1 on ^ In 1689. the lightning having struck j ca the steeple of the church of St. Sauveur j ac, do Loony, there was found impressed on the cloth of the altar the text of the ah\ consecration prayer, contained in an op' | tie book which lay close by. ^vhf) \ \ts ^^ In 1847. at Lugano, a womai- Qt 1 try had l>cen ut>ar a place wtruck,?? _ anc oing, had impressed on her le^- b i pre (1f a iiower growing close b-gailor who the ^^ In the Bay ot Zan while sleeping ^J NVas killed by hghtnu^j imprPH8e_ c^ unl ,,n the side ot a slnfumber 41( whiHl ahv his left breast th,le metaI cloge tothe ple hung engraved r tioi place. _ re was obs...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 1 September 1866

8 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1866. COMMERCIAL. ^ ofr.:o:oo>^ VIRGINIA WHOLESALE MARKET. y Corrected by J. S. Rockfellow, No. 5 Jackson St. fo ai VIBGIKIA ClTT, M. T., August 31st. 1866. J [Non-resident readers will please bear in mind \ that oar quotations are based upon actual transac- \ tions, and are gold prices for goods by the original a packages. The retail prices range about ten per \ cant, above quotations. | A FLOUR. I fit Louis f sack t20 00^00 00 B States ^ 16 00300 00 B Salt Lake, Provo 13 00^13 25 B Other brands, 12 00^ 12 75 B BACON. Prime New, Heavy Sides, 100 IBs 50c ^ Medium, do. do 45c g HAMS. B Prime canvassed ?> tb 55^ b Country 55c^ 00 b LAUD. 1 Wlcani JOo j Large ,llc j CANDLB8. B Werk's Cincinnati? lb. B Other brands 40c ^; SUGARS. C New Orleans 4* lb 3S^ C Clarified do ^0c C Powdered do *2c q Crushed do , 42c c. A refined do 40c c COFFEE. J Java lb none C Rio choice ^ lb 50c C Ordinary do 45c C TEAS. r Impenalit?0? ?ro 2 00^ 2 50 ^ Ja?lTr,...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 8 September 1866

__THE MONTANA POST. ==?????? 1>e Vot e(1 tQ the Mineral; Agr-icnltur-al and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. IX W. TILTON ^te CO., ) ^ ^ ~~ ~ ~~ Pnblisherg and ProprietorB. ] ^MY COUNTRY. MAY SHE ALWAYS BE RIGHT; BUT, MY COUNTRY, RIGHT OR WRONG.' 5 _ TERMS: z??- ^ . ( $Q a year, in. advance. VOL. 3, NO. 3. VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1866. WHOLE NO. 107. THE MONTANA POST. - B 13. W. TILTON Ac CO., att, ,,. w. Tilton, Bex r. Dittes, _ PUBLISHERS ^ PROPRIETORS. Met at the City Book Store, corner of Wallace and ^1/ r Jackson Streets, Virginia City. JX ???v?? Go Terms of Subscription : zL\ Od* copy one year 88 00 sid do. six months 500 ^ 4o. three months 3 50 Rates of Advertising : Biimnees Cards. 5 lines or less, 3 months., f 6 00 do. do. do. 6 months, . . 10 00 B! do- do. do- 1 year, 15 00 a^? (}Jlt fqoare. ten lines or less. 1 insertion, . . 4 00 _ da do. do- 2 do. .. 6 00 Ao. do. *^^>^ 1 month 10 00 da do. do. 2 do 13 OO da do. do. 3 do 15 00 v>...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 8 September 1866

2 ,. THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY ? SEPTEMBERS, 1866; THE MONTANA POST - Saturday Sept. S, 186G. ? v READ ROTH SIDES. e There is nothing wliich contracts the d mind so surely and seriously as the habit * of those who consider a subject from only one stand-point. Citizens, who 2 claim to be liberal and intelligent, may f be encountered every day, that patronize 1! no newspapers, study no books and listen to no arguments, which do not reflect > with the accuracy of a mirror, their the- 1 ones of government and religion. Some t adopt this course with deliberation, and, } as a necessary result, imagine that they T are always right and their opponents are a invariably wrong. They are not affected 1 by the appeals of reason or the power of c truth. They inherit a few dogmas from * their fathers and the communities in which they happen to be born, and ad- t here to them through life with a blind t pertinacity. The progress of. the world f in every department of science and art, ^- the res...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 8 September 1866

?H*\M()XTAXA I'OST, feATlTRDAV? SEPTEMBER B, 18C(>. 3 ^^MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. fga ^*^^**** Miliar left Loawnworth, i C*1Q] .(,r j.\',rt Benton on tin; I2tli nit. v'(>?( Tut Boston 'if in. script says, Hurvard PjJ . aV:ntr shown itself superior to Yale in ; ingf ^lik had now better try to be superior . . , *u ' . ^ .^ ^ in t! v W 111 l,nu,lb- mal X Vkin of lead ore six feet thick, es- j of c . niatcd to yield ninety per cent, metal, I ?uo opened tA .Xewberrv. Greene ** ^ Uiuntv. Indiana. Jun L^u ^ . i pas^ THB Leavenirorth Cohxcn-atir> says : jin ^. r.i Shfrman, in his trip to the j hov Mountains, will be accompanied w t 1 v tJenators Sherman and Sprague. The ' ted Irtf will start from St. Louis on the i anil ^$ *ho m ' * . r des J ?CORDING to u report of Dr. Hayes, j fatj \v-uvrr of Massachusetts, the gold IjyZ mines of New Hampshire are found to j c]j0 '^^id^ iK-r ton, i?G7 in gold ; the mixnd I t>,e uUfcrt2 talcose slate, pyrites, ^c. yield 1 a**(. Jpofi analysis, $ol0 ...

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

4 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1866. THE MONTANA POST, t - ^ - ? Saturday Sept. 8. 1866. _ i U ; t^ tW Our Agents in the different towns B end mining camps of the Territory and elsewhere, trill plea^e take notice, that the tl terms of subscription for tlie Post hate ol Veen increased to $3.50 per qvarter, $5.00 oj for six months, and $8.00 for one year. g, ^ ^?g^^ ^ ^ d THE DISTURBANCE OP POUT- r, K.I. MEETINGS. I Freedom of speech is one of the inalien- . able rights of an American citizen. The TV government restrains his conduct to ? m^ a limited extent, that it seems to - be as natural to express cherished thoughts and principles as it is to orig^ inate them in the mind. The law prop^ erly notices the gross and criminal E abuses of this liberty when it degene- $ rates into license and gives birth to P obscenity, profanity or treason. This is D the exception, which n^t only estab- b lishes, but renders more precious, the a general rule. fi The humblest voter in the Uni...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 8 September 1866

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1866. 5 HfJlA V^l l.o. !_ r i ... I ~ ' . ^ , ^ THE MONTANA POST. ^j . - . uoucce Saturday Sept. S, 18e^3. 3 publics OI B AGENTS. *^ free fro . g Hamilton*, is our Agent at Port Benton. Mlt * riM1T^ '* our A^ent at Bannack. j0HI 7 M- rm% Sterling, Hot Spring District. nwg ho ;;k^. s. KaWU-WS. Silver Creek. k ^ ACKEKMAX, Montana City. s u* J 0' G. DORWIX. Silver Bow. b taki James STUART. UeWLioage. other ii WORDED a CO. Hell Gate? our , Gilpatrick Sc Bryant, Helena. otlfl t0 JOHN W^* J unc!,10n- L'VV- ^init i-HAB E- SMITH. Gallatin City. if viPON'K. German Gulch. THE u H- HATHAWAY, Highland District. R. Dit j W- WHITE. Pine Grove District. constn v CiH'RCH. Summit City. structt C OlPljELt' ^ CO-i Confederate Gulch. allow u c MoOBE, Biaekf^ot. abreas I K Bl'CK. Boulder Valley. Mr. J( J A. MauHER, Reynold City, Elk Creek. fixed t j g William*. St. Louis, Mo. an em; L P. FloHER. San Francisco. Cal. gardlt gp PIQI'ETTE, of Virginia, is our authori...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 8 September 1866

6? THE MONTANA POST, SAT I'll DA Y. SEPTEMBER 8. .*^^;. [Kn>m tho New York Day -Book.] S3 A DIABOLICAL CONSPIRACY. We are advisvd that a deep and delib^ erate plot of the Abolition leaders at Washington is rapidly being put in ope- ration all over the southern States, and w the external manifestations, the speeches R and the editorial articles of the Abolition journals are so perfectly accordant, that we do not doubt the existence of this ? most damnable and traitorous conspiracy V against the peace, prosperity and, indeed, J the freedom of the American people. It t| is simple, logical, and, in a sense, sensi- ble as it is diabolical, inhuman and mon- | strous ^ indeed, the legitimate, if not un- ?i avoidable, result of the ^anti-slavery l, enterprise,^ begun by the tools of mon- ?, archy and enemies of Democracy thirty years ago in tho eastern States. It is !\ designed to create riots, conflicts, mur- l\ ders, arson, and all the horrors of social t' anarchy in the South, and thu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 8 September 1866

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1866. 7 WJFORMA ITEMS. ^ ^ aUTI^^ 77Z~>. ' ^ / i >> ' i 't ' ^~~ ^ ~ i ' ~~ -~=?==?=??? ^ _UL_- THE AMERICAN FLAG. )SY MM HODMAN 1>KAKK. When Freedom, froth her mountain height liifurl'd ^^ standard ta the air, tore the azure rob* of night, And set th^> stars ot plory there! She mingled with its gurgeous dye* The milky baldric of the skies, \r>d striped its pure, celestial white With streakings ofthe morning light: Then from his mansion in the sun ^ lc oaU'd her eagU>-bearer down, And gavS Into1 his miirhty hai^d i'he svaibol of her chosen band '. Maj^tin monareh of the cloud ! W ho rear'st aloft thy reg.-.l form. To hear the tempest trumping loud. lad see the lightning lances driven, When strive the warriors of the storm, And rolls the thunder-drum of heaven ! Child ofthe sun ! to thee 'tis giveu To guard the banner of the free, I hover in the sulphur smoke. 1 1 ward away the battle-stroke. it i 1 id its blendings shine ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 8 September 1866

8 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1866. COMMERCIAL. ^ _ts:o:^e ^ VIRGINIA WHOLESALE MARKET Vi Corrected by J. S. Rockfellow . No. 5 Jaekson St. . fo: as Vibowu Crrr, M. T., Sept. 7th. 1866. A [Non-resident readers will pieasa hear in mind JJ that our quotations are based upon actual transac- ~ tions, and are gold prices for goods by the original T packages. The retail prices range about ten per T oant. above quotations.} Al FLOUR. X] St. Louis f sack #20 OOfcOO 00 * States ^ 16 003100 00 a Salt Lake, Provo 11 50^ 12 00 -p Other brands, 10 50^11 00 J BACON. Bi Prime New, Heavy Sides, f 100 tbs 50c B, Medium, do. do 45c B, hams. Bi Prime canvassed f Hi 55c Country 55c^ 00 ? LARD. jj, Small cans 50c g, L*rg^ 40c Bi CANDLES. Bi Wark's Cincinnati f tt 45c B^ Other brands 40o B. SUGARS. S New Orleans lb 38c g Clarified do 38c * Powdered do 38c ? Crashed do , 38c fi A refined do 38c ^ COFFEE. Java ?ft none Bi Ri^ choice f ffi 50c q Ordinary do 45c q, TEAS. Cl Imperial f tt $2 25^ ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 15 September 1866

.._ THg MONTANA POST. ?L??y?peir> Dev^ted to the Mineral, Agi-Icxxltnral and Commercial Interest* ol* Montana Territory. T3. W. TILTON ^ CO? ) ~^~ ^ : ^^ ' ' ^ Publishers and Proprietors. i 'MY COUNTRY, MAY SHE ALWAYS BE RIGHT, BUT, MY COUNTRY^, RIGHT OR WRONG.' : TERMS: - ~ ^ ' ' ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ . ^ year, in advance. VOL. 3, NO. 4. VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1866. WHOLE NO. 108. THE MONTANA POST. ^ B D. W. T_TON ^ CO., att^ p W TILTOS, ^ B_ R. DlTTES, _ PUBLISHERS ^. PROPRIETORS AfM at * tSltor'- fmer of Wallace and ^V Jackson Street*, Virginia City. i flE ?wuw?vwww? I Go Terms of Subscription : j ? Or,' ropy ^ie $8 00 i sid d0. fix months, 5 00 ^ do three months, 3 jq Rates of Advertising: Bnsinew Cards. 5 linos or less, 3 months.. * 6 00 do. ^1^- do. fi months, . . 10 00 BI do. jj* do J year,.... 15 00 ofi nB^sqo^r^' ten lines or less, 1 insertion, .. 4 00 _ do. A^- do- 2 do. . . 6 00 do *^^ 'J^- 1 month, 10 00 do ^|o. do. 2 do. 13 00 ! C do. ^}^^ do- 3 do 15 00...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 15 September 1866

g ~THE MONT?A?A??ST?ATTJRDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1866? THE MONTANA POST. - Saturday ...SeptT IS. 1866. t] A Southern View of Jeff^. Davl*. 6 The notorious Pollard of Richmond, Va.f has recently published the ^ Lost Cause,^ which uses the following lan- d' guage concerning the rebel leader. If J* this sketch does not contain more truth Si than the author's history of the war, it * cannot be considered reliable or just, and CI we submit it, as the lawyers say, ^ for T what it is worth : ^ n ^ When the vote came to be taken up- P1 on tho proposition to put Lee in com- T raand of all the Confederate armies, Sen fi( ator Henry of Kentucky, long the con^ stant and intelligent friend of President Davis^ indeed the leader of his party in tl the Confederate Senate^ felt constrained ? to vote for this important change in the Administration of the Southern Confed- e^ eracy. On the occasion of a social visit ^V to the family of the Prdsieent, he was vi called to task by Mrs. Davis, who bitter- fQ ly...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 15 September 1866

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1866. 3 MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. I M Telegraph posts in South Australia niade of mahogany, because other ?n ti wood will not stand'the climate and bu- ! wri. rial in the ground. j ? Beautiful specimens of jasper, in j co\u unlimited quantities, have been discov- 1 ? ered at the Vermillion gold mines, in 1 18 a, w^? ^ S5 A company of gentlemen have com- i Prid aienced the culture of grapes on a large 1 its c scale in Duplin, N. C. The best variety mil( of crapes are indigenous to that State. Con 6 ^ and TnE Emperor is very fond of imitating the tue first Napoleon, ^ my uncle.^ Like wor him, he walks when in a brown study Smi yriih hiB hands behind his back, and, says like him, he is given to scribbling in mil^ newspapers. in C ^ ^ and THE diamond mines of Georgia are to j The be worked this year by Dr. Stephenson, Ohl who, in 1861, put up machinery near lean Gainesville, exclusively for these pre-iint pious gems. j cinr . _ j Coy It is proposed t...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 15 September 1866

1 _ . ^ ^^^^^^ _ _ ^ ? _ ^ fi|^B_^m_n_^i_M_______.j 4. : ==^ TgE MONTANA POSfTsATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 18667 THE MONTANA POST. HENRY N. BLAKE, - . . Editor. Saturday Sept. 15, 1S6Q. (Twr Agents in the different towns and mining camps of the Territory and elsmeliere, win please take notice that the terms of subscription for the Post have been increased to $3.50 per quarter, $5.00 for six months, and $8.00 for one year. '^ ^MONTANA A BILK.^ Under this caption, many of the papers that come to us from the adjoining i States and Territories, publish an ex^ tract from a private letter, which appears 1 to have been written by a mining wise- I acre who lives near Elk creek. Alder gulch is ^played out,^ and even- claim is a ^ humbug,^ unless it has been ^ salt^ ed ^ for the purpose of selling it to pil- I grinis or Cliinamen. These reckless as- i sertions are printed as facts, and parties I are advised not to travel to this Terri- ^ tory in search of gold. Such conduct i upon the part of resp...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 15 September 1866

THE MON?ANA_PQST, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1866. ^ THE MONTANA POST. j$ -r ^ ' ^ visit 1 ?turday Sept. 15, 1SQ6. JjV _ I lie m OUR AGENTS. j1^? ^ R HAMILTON, is eur Agent at Fort Benton. tt. A.J SMITH is our Agent at Bannack. dente I d Fish. Sterling:, H^t Spring District. frienC OS* S. lUWi-iM* Silver Creek. wuri, A ACKKR.HAN ...Montana City. M . M. Mills. Silver Bow. ment T I) STKArr. Jefferson City. JImf* STl AKT. Deer Lodge. AN WokpEN * Co., Hell Rate. 8treel riLHATKicK Sc BKYAVT, Helena. ^ upon loHV TEMI'LK. Junction City. sonSi i ^ii\8 E. SMITH, Oallatin City. to th^ VkX WacXEH, Herman Oulch. ershi H H Hathaway. Highland District. for tb j nf WHITE, Pine Grove District. ise fo v CBVWCO, Summit City. fiTe 1 Campbell ^fc Co., Confederate Gulch. 15th u c MOOKE, Blackf^ot. j gsrs T's BL'CK. Boulder Valley. our I V *A Magiier. Reynold City. Elk Creek. that 7 V MAUKfEKY. Rocker City. whic ^j^ B WILLIAMS, St. Louis,' Mo. quegi j' p I'islIElt, San Francisco. Cal. whic El> PIQIETTE, ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 15 September 1866

L THE MONTANA POST; SATURDAY^, SEPTEMBER 15, 1866. LETTER from bowlder, A Bowlder Valley, Sept. 5th, 1866. Editor Post: Since my last com^ munication, nothing of any great impor^ tance has transpired ; but, as a voice n from our tranquil valley occasionally appearing in your columns don't alto- f1 gether lose its tune, I venture to write Pi once more. ^ The winter of '66-6? has already paid us some of its signalizing visits, bv cor- ering our mountain from time to^ time u' with trifling snows and our valley with ~ a heavy frost, with the thermometer at ** thirty-three at sunrise. The crops which al suffered from the deadly insects during J? the summer, are now to battle against T~ cold and frost. Yet, in spite of all the b^ evil anticipations and feeble hopes, PJ things look, in many quarters, brighter 1 ? than 1 expected. While some have lit- tl tie or no compensation for their toil, and aI have sacrificed the seed with their labor ; f ( others have been more fortunate. Prof. ^J He...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 15 September 1866

z??J?0?J?A?PQ8T, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15,1866. 7 mUt WHY SHOULD THE SPIRIT I for > OF MORTAL HE PROUD ? del ^ The following poem was a great favorite with Hie late Piesident Lincoln, and he often recited it. ev* M author is said to be a Mr. Knox, of Scotland, mo *ho aaf alto published other poems.] Strt * -bv should the spirit of mortal be proud ? I P^* ', k^ a swift-fleeting meteor^ a fast flying cloud^ j 1 h ^a_k of the lightning^ a break of the wave^ da] H,rpasseth from life to his rest in the grave. byJ _ leaves of the oak and the willow shall fade. thl Z mattered around, r nd together be laid, . the vouBff and the old. the low and the high, * u fffJSZ to dust. ^ud together shall lie. ^^ Th^ infant a mother attended and loved- j** The mother, that infant s affection who proved : Ila rh father, that mother and infant who blest : On^ Each, ^H ^re awa>' to that dwellin^ rtf as f he maid oa whose brow, on whose cheek, in whose eye, _ . col ?hone beauty and pleasure^ her triumph...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 15 September 1866

^ THE MONTANA POStTsAtURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 18,66. COMMERCIAL. ^ rm.w.-xr. ^ VIRGINIA WHOLESALE MARKET. corrected by J. S. Rockfellow ; Mo. 5 Jackson St. ViHGDfiA. Crrr, M. T., Sept. 7th 1866. (Non-resident readers will please bear in mind tbat our quotations are based upon actual transac^ tions, and are jrold prices for goods by the original packages. The retail prices range about ten per cent above quotations.] FLOU*. St. Louis ^ sack f20 00^00 00 States ^ leooaoooo Salt Lake, Provo, 10 003 11 50 : Other brands, 9 50^ 10 50 : BACON. Prime New, Heavy Sides, ?100 lbs 50c : Medium, do. do 45c : HAMS. Prime canvassed ^ tb 50^55o I Country..... ,...55@60c J LARD. j Small cans 45c i Large 35c j CANDLES. Werk's Cincinnati ^ 16 45c ] Other brands 40c j MAPLE SUGAK, ^ ID 60c I SUGARS. New Orleans? ^ 36c j ^ Manned do 36c Powdered do 36c j Crushed do , 36c A refined do 36c j COFFEE. , Java ^ IB none ( Kio choioe ^ t^ - 45c ( Ordinary do 43c ^ TEAS. I imperial ^ ^ 92 2532 75 1 Young Hyson ^tt...

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