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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 8 June 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATUHDAY, J ^NE 8, 18(57. j, tk^ A^^h^ J^wu^l of Mioina;. rr the I'^e ofPro^ppflor^ and MiningI'ropfrl). w.t H Stretch. State Mineralogist of^ch* ^he State of Nevada. ItfVn,ncl^^^ ohce .Ttrtit-as accnra^;tT character of the ore^, and tb*^ facil-^-hich pj:^ f^r th**T *UCCP^f'^l treat-^'* ^ 00 tbi^ latter circuinstance the val- thfpfp^ty wil1 be in ^ *r,ut m *^^*^^'^* Ifthe requi-ite mfaiis moreground,and care should be taken to com^^mence them in the mn.-t favorable avovition.^The question of drainage will naturally be ^^^leading consideration. Under tbe latter -nj positionthere will not be much choice in the^matter, but in a country deeply cut up by^gulches ; if an incline be preferred to a drift^on the lode, care should be token to avoid the^r:t\iii^^s ; for, though they off^r the advantage .-ijoMof ^ mineral deposit have ., , Vthe first thing to bp attained i ofd*l't^ more tapidlj, it should be 7tL accurateW as may be ; and sec- !,n m,t^d ^^at th^*y ar* tU* natur...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 8 June 1867

TH E MO NTANA POST, SATURDAY, JTJ N E 8, 18 6 7 . TheMontana Post. 8ATURDAIT,JUNE 8, 1867. Oei lorraryon the A ^^^Ml nation of Lincoln. Itis only necessary to say that the^following i^ from the La C'roewe Democrat^whose editor stands high in the Demo^^cratic party: was engaged by the De^^mocracy of Indiana last year to stump^that State, and has since risked the^South with no other purpose than to re-^Tile the Northern people before applaud^^ing audiences of the unreconstructed^Doubtl ess what he herein audaciously^expressed is secretly approved by many^of the opposition partisan press. Gover^^nor Oglesby's proclamation for the obser^^vation of the anniversary of the assassi^^nation of Mr. Lincoln is made the text^for this tirade: Thedarkest, saddest hour in our his^^tory r Ah ! Oh! Ugh ! Who ever^should have thunk it, or imagined it, or^had a glimmer of a conception of such^an idea^ And all because the clownish^and uncouth tyrant,Lincoln,was knocked^off the national chicken-roost by...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 8 June 1867

TIIE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1867, irInClAl.DIRECTORY.^Federal Officers. _-__OREK^* CLAV SMITn.^^^^^Othohah FaAXClS Mkac.HKR. **TlLtir*-H.L. HoasEa.^c*^*^lw*e.-L. H. WH.i.istos.^^e*r**^ ^ u E. MUKsO*. ,n-.rf- ^rx r ft^^t-Wii. M. 8taktokd.^i 'jSS JVaraW GEO. M PlSKlT.^I M^rM^t-J. X. Bridle a.^Wrtff*i-M. BOTO.^*^ /sMrasf ftevtnu*^T. C. EvKsTra. InternalRrtmtia^N P. LaKGFOKP.^*^7 ^ District Cswrs^L. S. PECK. Vs.^'k 2i Va^'^^^*^ PfclHe^-Ct E. In vine, Silver 3 Judicial DiMrict^chas. W. FoWLER, **' Territorial Officers. .j.^r-JOIW H. Ml!^o^y^jtT-fr^'x s Rl ^KKT.Ll_.nw. wassaved. Bernsteil's fire-proof brick ! TkbObioikal BoHMUNa.^The San^was barely scorched, but, like Wood k ! Francisco Catifornian is responsible for^Co.. he had taken the precaution to tear [ the following, which it credits to an in fromit the temporary wood roofing^From the west side of Montgomery st.,^the whole length, all the way through^to Elk creek, not a house was burned.^The fire was kept from crossing the...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 8 June 1867

8 THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, JUNE s, 18#7. TheMontana Post. BAY,JlSil 8,1867. Ol'BAGENTS. A.B. ITaMILTON, is our A (rent at Port Benton.^Mr. A. J. Smith is our Atnl at Bannack.^J. M. Fl^h. Sterling. Het Spring District.^rtEu. 8. KaWUMM, Silver Creek.^J. M. Mil I.h. Silver Bow.^Jake* Stuart. Deer Lodge, WUKUM* CO.. Hell Date. ^^Agency of Pout, 52 Bridpi^ street, Helena.^John Temple. Junction City.^W. P. Paiuwixs. Gallatin Citv.^MAX Wa^:NER. German Gulch. H.II. Hathaawt. Highland District.^F. CHl Krii. Summit Citv.^cammiki.i. ^V CO.. Confederate Gulch.^R. C. JoHXrt^^X. Black foot. I.N. Bl ck. Boulder Valley. s.w. Fokkmax. Reynolds' Citv. Elk Creek. .^m. V. lUl.l.. 1-eartown V^Maori ert. Rocker City. J.ft. WllXlAM*. St. Louis. Mo! L.P. Fl.siIER. San Francisco. CaL^HK.nkv KlERDRN. Argen'a. Jxo. O. OLCEX. of Virginia. Is onr nnthnrbsed^Agent to reoeivs subscribers and moneys. Ilia^apt will be good. THECITV. Arrivalsand Departiin tt During: thv Week^Ameed. ARRIVALSBY n F.LLS, K..BI.O ii C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 15 June 1867

THEMONTANA POST. V Newspaper, Devoted to tlie Mineral, ^Vg^-ioixltvii-al and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. VOL.'3,NO. 42. VIRGINIACITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1867. WHOLENO. H7. 0.W. TILTOW I CO.. - - PUBLISHERS _Our^^^^-^^ *}^^^ml, iit-i throughout the^Territory will oblige by conforming to the^following rule*: Limit all communica^^tion* to a half column. Write only on^one *ifo ^f P/*/*^r^ plainly and con-^fi..'^. )! ^ j ;^ ^rs *^f^d'l be tcrittt n^^cp.trale'y from other nerrt ; brief, statis-^^,^^'^ ' r ill ' . W'nf. only ^.-/, ^t trill^be ofp'jblic interest. Aroi'l personalities.^/,-,. ./.;'. ^^^ ^/ ^i^1^ln^^. The nam* ^f tht^writ' r ii^ i*t accompany each letter. An^ru!'.i ,rit! eaablt us to^give early insertion to communication*;^/^ d^ part u re from them trill account fur^r.^n-ipptaranc6 inneeirly entry instance. CONTEXTSOF THIS Nl'MBER. r.v.F1^1he National Campaign; Movir.g into^Position: Reform or Yon^ I'erish ; The Celebra^^tion ; Impracticable; The Apport...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 15 June 1867

2 TheMontana Post D.W. TILTOH, BEN.R. DITTES. D.W. TILTOlf Publt* liens and Proprietors. Oftre at the City Book Store, canter of Wallace and^Jack run Street*. Virginia 0'/^. firmljunited.^ To this the San Fran^^cisco Flag i.dds: ^ We lately saw this^great truth illustrated on the San Quen-^tin boat. Two of them were united by^Lorenzo Dow's magic chain^^three^[links, two hooks and a swivel.' ... .^CO., fThos. J. Henlv, a copj^erhead all through^the war. has been appointed by the Pres^^ident. Railroad Ins]^ector in California,^vice Crane, of Alameda, f. .J. W. (*ale ^^Terms of Subscription :j ^^-^of S*^ Francisco, have furnished On copy, one year*3 00 | statistics of the following products of Los do. fix months5 oo AngeloH for the years lbOOand 1867, and ofthe vines planted : The vines planted^number !^..^^00,000. The wine produced^was 1,000.000 gal'ons; brandy, 70.000^Therw have l^een shipped to^*^ ^^ j that city 1,000,000 of oranges, aside from^those sliip|h'd below and sent to the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 15 June 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, JUNE l.r^, 1867. 3 HelenaAdvertisements Dr- B- **^^i^*ox, KING-^ GILLETTE, BLBH\, 1*1.x. AnotherBig Uon. Atwenty inch gun wag enst at the fortPit1 Foundry, Pittsburg, not long^wnce. which makes the sixth of this cali-^br0 cast at these works. fttemould f^^r this new monster wu^nlaced in the pit on Wednesday last.the^10th inst. Seventy tons or 140.600 lbs.^of iron, was placed in three furnaces^tvatlv l^^r ojH-rations. In furnace No. 4.^^miv 68.00^ pxmmdn. in No. 5, 36.800, and^in No. t^, ^J.^),~00 pounds. Yesterday^Biorning. at 4 o'clock and thirty minutes^^ wt.- lighted in the furnaces.^Trooghs were laid, leading from the^'arnaccs to the pool near the pit. The^trough leading from No. 4 was r^ixty fin*t^in length, and from No. C twenty-five^feet. At11 o'clock the three furnaces were I^tapped, and the molten met;il commenc- j^ed running to the pool. Two conduits^leiit from the pool to the pit, running^it into opposite tides of the mould. The^process of fill...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 15 June 1867

TH E M O N T A N A TOST, SAT UK DAY. T\ N K I .^^. f TheMontana Post A T V K D A Y, JT N K 15, 1867. REPORTEDSY THE W. D. TELEGRAPH COMPANY^EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE TRI-WEEKLY POST. Latestnews from all parts of the World f:hti2^- of stase Konlr-Ylovement^of Troonii -The Impeachment^^About YlHxiiulll^n ^^r\^ York^Item* tl Hilary. ^ Iiolera and Ma-^^oiilc-FeiiianN. Mierldan(ilvea hli^ Reanonn^AflTalm^0i \^^\\ Or-leaim^( ulumdn K^i^^^lnjc % oluniecrM^Sherman ( on-^vineed The Cattle PUjrue-Nur-^r^tl'^ Trial -Jlai'n Marrender and^I'niclH ma t ion ^h|m^Ii^ii Indicted^for ^ otvardire^Indian Aflalra-^Iterootlruclion. Nr.wYmtii, Juiih 2.^A Ii^rald Washir.grton^spec: 11 ^^).^: Ic u ui.der.-tood that Churchill,^Woodbridg**, WillUMH, Eldridce and Mar^^shall, of the Juuicitry Committer, are op^^posed trt currying out anything like impeach^^ment, having c.in^ to thp conclusion that^^uBicient evidence csn not he obtained. Judg* K^lly ha.- returned to Wellington^and pire- a flattering account (if the co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 15 June 1867

THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, J UN E [5^1867. AWAT FA1.1.. bnnchof JOM M ki^J I Ali.^VIRGINIA WHOLESALE MARKET. Correctedby J. S. Rockfellow, No. 5 Jackson St. fourpound* of raps and AdoJd tin pan, and a bunch of *traw^Tb^i ^d^*il ^^ oid n** ^* ,,o^^^'b^*^J'^ leavings, i^And Mr^*' iu Joar own to 5^ cI,*r of th^Vn;n;xiA CrrT. M. T.. June 15. .867. [., ;[Nnn-re*ideut reader* will please near in mind tan old #t^ckin;. and stuff it with : rhat oar quotation* are baaed upon actual rmn^n^^ .nrrtions. and urn ifold price* fur good* by the original packages.The retail pric*** range about ten per^cent. ^lx)Tf quotations, f HM St.Ix^ai^ ^ *aek9SSH State*^* SaltLake. Provo.,10 004 (rttaerbrands. 9 U0# Madisoncounty y 0U9 8 50 SALT. Fine#^ 10 lb*^1 25 100^ *aek10 00 LARD. Lr(re cane-^0* o | Small can*.40c CANDLKS. Work. Cincinnati 4^ ft3 40o Otberbrands. :s^c Ar.tiif 11 'u P^*i'^l^ put in a mole; ,oae old china, and a nut rneg-ip-ater; \ui auk-* them all up in a nice little roll; ' all ih^*--^* th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 15 June 1867

6 THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, JUNE 15,' 1867. Advantage*of Raulan America. 4 .igT TheBoston Commerrial Bulletin sav^:^It is a nice country. It has always been^celebrated for its furs: a well-known agri^^culturalist asserts that fir trees may be^seen growing in the open plains in the^summer months. Thefisheries cannot be too highly ap^^preciated: indeed,Secretary Seward made^^*a pretty kettle of fish^ in buying the^terri tory. There are some species of fish^that have not been mentioned^the^Fnow-s-melt there in summer, and the^species of ^suckers^ that will soon mani^fest their presence, now that the United^States has its lines round the coast. Theelection returns will always come^iu promptly, the inhabitants live so near^to one of^ the poles. Theclimate is delightfully mild, f^^it is reported that the Governor and his^staff wears-s-no(w) shoes in traversing the^territory. Sincethe ratification of the treaty,^stoves have gone up; and, as it was re^^ported that hardware generally would^...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 15 June 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY. JUNE 15, 1867 ()KKU'IALDIKEC1X)RY.^Federal Officers. ^r-OREKNci.av smith. T'--^^ Fkakcb Mkashxb. VJri^^ Jmsuce^L. B. Wu.l.wtoji. I..K. Mi xson.^j ^ /Viwfy .^ff^ fi^^r^ii-W'ii. M St.\^TOBD.^rf jgiV jar rr Mara* a I^Oko. M PMM.^j-fisjr V * Mtrehai^J. X. BKIDUER.^;^^^./.... ^ mi^ M Both InternalRrrsnue^T. C. EvKBTB.^r^Usttor Internal krrrmur^N p. I^aN^;FORI^. Sj J | | ami m Oen i^ NK v*. j*wM Judicial District^C. E. In vise. Silver^^^^r* 3*^ Judicial District^CIIas. W. fowler,^Territorial Officers. 'CKKELIjOW. mA. M. S. CARTBlrm Count)Recorders. W.Hill^peatM.iy^ks. Brown 'ounty KaUajrt ..E. C. Ewing OallatinThus. Cover Jrflenuin..Frank Wells^. W. T. Richardson.^....Frank A. Woody. ilOfficers of Virginia City. Act* ClerkWm. H. Chile*. -t,'I I.. Mr V. I.I.OIT.H. tglnkt'and Chit/of Police^V. U. Ilcldt. CountyOfficers or Madison County. CounitCommissioner*^A. .Stanley. Chairman a Pi.T ^-r W. II. Rodgers.^prelate Judge^W. Y. LovalL^^^rr ^-^Amlrew J. Snyder.^Jirfi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 15 June 1867

8 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY. J U N E 15. 186 7. TheMontana Post miUDAV, JISK 15, 186T. OIR AGENTS. A.B. IT am!! .n ^v is our Agent at Port Beaton^MR. A. J. smith is our Agent at Bannack.^J. M. FlMi. Ster'.ing. Hot Spring DUtrict. Geo.8. Rawlim;*. Silver Creek. J.M. Mills. Siiwr Bow. Jams*8TUABT. Deer Lodge. Worie^ 4 Co.. H*ll Gate. Agencyof Poet. 52 Bridge street, Helena, JohnTempi*. Junction City. W.P. Pakkoxs. Gallatin City. MAXWaoVEK. Genoaa Gulch. H.II. Bathaa* t. Highland District.^F. CHl'rch. Summit City.^Campbell A. Co.. Confederate Gulch.^K C. JohSmiS. Black toot. I.N. Br uk. Boulder Valley. 8.W. Foreman. Reynolds' City, Elk Creek. 8.V. Ball He^town. J.W. M a..m eky Rocker City. J.8. William*. St. I^ouis. Mo. I..P. Fh*her. San Francisco. Cal. HexkvKiki.I'KN. Argena jno. O. olcex, of Virginia, is oar authorised^Ag.f to receive subscribers and moneys. His receiptwill tie good. GodIIklps Those who Help Them- MELVrsOur neighbors of Colorada, not bavins;^prepared in time forces ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 June 1867

THEMONTANA POST. vtC \ NoM-spaper, Dev^^tP^l to tlie Mineral, Agricultural and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. VOL.X NO. 4.5. VIRGINIACITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1867. AYHOLE NO. 148. TheMontana Post. startup^ ^ and still we go on ini{^orting '. to ditch and canal owners over the pub-^four hundred millions of dollan. worth lie lands and (or other purposes.^ It^of foreign goods a year, for wl ich we does not contain any compulsory provi-^export oar gold and government bonds, sions. The qtwirtz owner who does not^Costly luxuries are demanded, whose see projwr t^^ apply fur a patent from the^chief merit lies in their being of English Government, now holds his property by^or French manufacture; and fr-r every the same tenure as heretofore. It is a^flash of diamonds and flutter nl laces, guarantee, where $1.000 has been ex-^- PUBLISHERS tn'^re ^s t',p^f a starving operative, pended in developing, and these parents ^ from whose skillful fingers the bread has are issued th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 June 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDA Y, J 1 X K 22, 1867. TheMontana Post. D.W. TILT01,BE*. R. DITTES. D. W. Tll/WMI ^ CO., Pabllahrnand Proprietor*. Offat tkr City Book Store, corner of Wallace ami^Jackson Streets. Virginia Citf. Term-af Subaeription: ftnaonpy. ^n^ year do. six months. do. thres month*. -00 ..500^. . J .V) Ratesof Advertising I Card*.5 linos or looo, 3 months.. ^ S 00 do.do. do. do.do. do. do.do.^do. 1000^15 00^4 00^6 00^10 OO^13 00^15 00^85 00^35 00^6 00 ductof $103.000,000Rats hare ju^t reachedf^enver, which never had them^before. . . .New York city spends $400,-^000 annually for cat flowers; Boston,^$'200,000. . . .The cholera is announced^as having; already appeared in three cities^of the United States. . . A newspaper^correspondent says that Chicago employs^2,000 trade drummers; Boston. 3.000,^and New York, 6,000. Other cities are^supposed to make up a round 20,000.^Thirty years ago the system was un^^known. .. .The pontifical army consists^of 12.326 soldiors. Of these, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 June 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, JUNE _22VJ86Y7 gnddhlaniand Its Legend*. TlifBu.Mhist rietrs of the universe :^indicate^ their origin in a prc-ecientific '^period, when mtstical imaginations took '^the place of accurate observation.^Br^unci^^^' systems of worlds, Sakwalas.^^ratter**,! through spae^^ in groups of^twos and threes.can all be seen by Budd- ,^ha who ran tell what is transacting in j^|OV one if he wills to know it. ^In the^renter of each system is a mountain call- j^,^1 Mineru. or .Maha Meru. It is l.(J80.- i^000 miles from its base to its summit,^half of which ma^w is l^elow and half}^above the surface of the ocean. On each j^^i,le it i^ ^f ^ lifl'Tent color, being like^silver toward the east, and like a sap- !^phire tovT.inl th ^ South. It is support- .^ed on the three-peaked Trikuta rock.like ;^^ re^el U|^^n a tripod. Itis aluo said to be firmly clasped by j^them as by a pair of pinchers. The^three ro**ks rest upon a world of stone.^Ob the summit of Maha Meru is the^heaven...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 June 1867

T11K M ON T ANA POST, SATURDAY, ,11 N 1S 22. 1 ff67 TheJiontana Post REPORTEDBY THE W. U. TELEGRAPH COMPANY^EXCL'JS'VELY FOR THE TRI-WEEKLY FOST. Latestnews from all parts of tie World \Irsiula Convention^The Now Or^^leans Retaliations ^ A Hl^r, s\^ Indie^-The Prize Ring-nrilian Ad-^^lce^^Mnnipr E,^^st^kk Mo lafor'^^MlM*^ 1 I lir Dunderlwrc. 0-e^n lue'l^-Two *t^rles About AnronImlliin ^e\^ ^^^^Troon* V\itlidravv n From Ireland^ The^IHn ^ mti Ti lei mmuM ^ ^^ tin- \t-^loriiej ii^ ral Olfl'rr on the Re^^ oii-.ii ii^ i ion ^ from Fori Ilnn-^dall. IndianAR'alrs on the Plain*^The RepublicanPlatform in ^e\\ Or^^leans^Senators Henderson and^Thajer IMner^The Freneli Army^to he Ketlnc-rel -^ abiiiet Deeislon^^ The'f rial ^-1^iui i I ia it ^ amp- bellRelieved. Va^His^To:^,June 12^Judge Fisher ^lr-^liverr.1 hi- opiates' on tbe motion of theque*-^tion of t panel of juror* in the ens* of ^sur-^ratt, cont-iu'iiiiij with atl order to liischarg-*^the prf-^^^iit jury and select a new one. Court^th^n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 June 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY. J V N E 22, 186.7. 5 ExpositionGossip. ri,r!V,;^ond^nt writes from the Paris^iiion as follows: The clever^vTI. who do not mean to be in a !^int^ nd to open their department^It if* to l^e China in little. |^rirls and hini*8-n^''-t ' M\HKi;rREPORT. ^^I KTtK^ TKD ^BY Sparks^ M'Pherson, Ko.^^0. Mmkm sireel. hurry. -,Kt^iin^sy a. pretty . - .;, i ev.tvtiling like tlie pit- j^''^nn fun* and t^latt^r^^. Tiltwtli l^^ a new sensation for Paris,^1 l^rin^-fresh crowds to the Champs^T Mar*. J. is probable that the Japan- ! ,;.^rs have jirr'ivrd and lx-en^J^ented to tin- Emperor.^P You n^^v think 1 have given a high innateof the number of visitors on a i^r div K.-memhtT. however, that^^^re a're 4.^^.000 exhibitors. Suppose!^tjjev ail ^-^ie and brinsr their families. rowone* are almost inipasmbl.-there i^a fleet of omnibus steamers on the Seine,^hut all are insufficient for the vast mass^of people, who, in spite of the weather,^are filling Paris. One week of sunshine w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 June 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1867. TheMontana Post AT W ft D A If, JJ U IV^ 22, 1867. TheCrops. Reportsfrom Nevada are favorable.^A large area is being planted in Ore^^gon. InMaine, everything looks well.^In Minnesota, there is a scarcity of^wheat. InArkansas, the season is very back^^ward. InNorth Carolina, the fall crops look^well. InTexas, the crops are progressing^finely. InMichigan, there is every prospect of^a bounteous yierd of wheat. InNew York, the prospect of fruits^and grains is unusually auspicious.^. Ohio promises a profusion of peaches,^and wheat is doing splendidly. InPennsylvania, the wheat never^gave promise of a better crop. InNebraska, they have one of the^finest crops of grain ever known. InKansas there will be an unusuallv^large crop of wheat and corn raised. Theprospects in Canada are extraor^^dinary. TheVermont farmers are sowing^wheat largely. Thepeach and other fruit crops in^Deleware are very flattering. InMississippi, the prospects of wheat^and cor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 June 1867

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 June 1867

8 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, JUNK 22, ISC 7. TheMontana Post. SATURDAY, fOI 22, 186T. OIK AUKNT8. A.B. hamilton, ia our Agent at Fort Benton.^MR. a. J. Pmrrn ia onr Agent at Bannack.^J. M. FISH. Sterling. Hot Spring District^Geo. S. Rawum;*. Silver Creek.^J. M Mn.lA Silver Bow.^JAMES 8tvart. I^eer Lodge.^WOKHKX A CO.. Hell Gate.^Agency of Post ^ Bridge street. Helena.^John Temple. Junction City. W.P. Paksoxs. Gallatin City.^El^. Allfield, German Gnlch. H.H. H a : ha aw v Highland District.^F. CHOtTH. Summit City.^CampWxi. Sl Co.. Confederate Gulch.^R. C. JoHXaoN Black foot. I.N. Bick. Boulder Valley.^S. W. Foreman. Reynolds' City, Elk Creek^S. V. Ball. Beartown.^J. W. MagkM'EKY. Rocker City.^J. S. 'Williams. St. Louis. Mo.^L. P. FWHU, San Francisco. CaL^HEXKY 'KlEKl'kn Argen'a. JKo. O. OltEN, of Virgin ia, Is our authorized | Charges moderate.^A rent to pec-eire subscribers and moneys. His^receipt will be good. Rottk and Mates.^We are informed byMr. Taylor, the efficient Superinten...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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