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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 21 September 1867

TH:EMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1867 TheMontana Post D.w. TILTOH, BEN.R. DITTES D. W. T1LTOIV Sl CO., Piiblllier^ and Proprietors. OMc*at tkt City Book Store, comer of Wallace and^-Vxrji*U City. Onecopy. year.-^+^ 00 do. six months^ g do. three month*,3 50 Ratesof Advertising: BasineasCarda. 5 lines or leas, 3 month* do.6 months,.^do. 1 year,... do.do.^S)ne square, do.do.^do^do.^do.^do. twosquares. do.do.^do.^do.^do.^do. do.do. tenlines or 1 do.do.^do.^do.^do.^do. do. do.do.^do.^do.^do. 6 00 1000^15 00^4 00^6 00 insertion,do. ,1 insertion.^2 do. 1month10 00 2do13 00 : do15 00 6do. .^1 year,... 00 .ii 600^8 00 1month,12 00 do.do. 1800^24 00 do.40 00 !year 6T 00 One-wiirhthcolumn, 1 insertion8 00 do. do. 9 do12 00 do. do. 1 month18 00 do. do. 2 do. 25 00 do. do. 3 do. 30 00 do. do. 6 do50 00 do. do. 1 year,70 00 .10 00 2 do. 15 00 1month,20 00 2do.30 00 3do36 00 6 do.55 00 1year.80 00 .12 00 do.18 00 do. do. 1 month,24 00 do. do. 9 do. 36 00 do. do. 3 do45 00 do. do. 6 do65 ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 21 September 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. 186T. rROflPARIS. yinianin Parts--Sunlight and Gaslight. 'Post: Only a month in this great^. clorioa^ city, and daring that time^Jt hour has hv^en devoted to ^ sight ^^having visited the Exposition * three days out of the thirty^and^*t'h^^nouffh work marked out of the^r natare to occupy me another^Of a city offering these attrac-^I write when I speak of^Paris.^. e a city where, with a resident^ation of over 1,800,000 inhabitants,^to the census of 1862), and 300f).One gallery alone (and there are^five or six) is three quarters of a mile^long, the walls being covered on either^side with paintings from two to fire^hundred years old, the works of the^great masters. In this gallery are placed |twenty-two large paintings by Reubens,^13x9 feet, executed by command of Ma- irie de Medicis, the famous Queen of HelenaAdvertisements KING^ GILLETTE, HELENA, wording th2o0.000 strangers, everything is^ndacted as regularly and with as little^nfa^ion. and wh...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 21 September 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1867 TheMontana Post. THIHSDV nORMX^, HHP* 21. REPORTEDBY THE W. U. TELEGRAPH COMPANY^EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE TRI-WEEXLY POST. Wadron llio Munii^-~Tl^r Elaine^F.L ^ i i^^ ii^^ a t^i iit t Conjectures^^!ti umber ot Pardons~Thf (.real^Boat Ka^ o~Political Conventions^^Indian ^'om :i: Ismioii^Sheridan^at Lravenworlh-The Papal ( on-^\ oeatfon ^Canby Knlorrr* Mcklo*'^Orderti-.M^ ^ lellasi f or Secretary ol^War- ! he Border State Conven^^tion^ Stevena of Kentucky Inau^^gurated-itlalne Cioes 12,000 ICe-^publlcan. St.Peteksbi kg, Sept. 13.^The Shah of^Persia has accepted the invitation of Alexan^^der to visit Russia. Charleston,Sept. 12.^Canby has i^ued^an order compelling all person* in the district^who left the South for foreign countries after j burned^April 9, 1865, who were subject to p:irnle to ! hotel. Loss, heary.^gire their pnrole.Chicago, Sept. 13 Cleveland,Sept, 12.^Senator Wade spoke | says: The^here to-day. He thought the country is in as^g...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 21 September 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1867. \TI KKISM LKGEXD. kcertain Pasha, nve thousand year^,^^cf from his harem fled in sudden tears. Andhad this sentence on the city gate^lUply engraven, ^Only God is great. Tothese four words above the city's noise,^gang tne *cc*nts ot ^n ^ngel'a voice : Andevermore, from the high barbacan,^s^]Bted each returning caravan. isthe city's glory. Every gust^Lifts, with crisp leaves, the unknown Pasha's dust. Andall i' ru'n^S*T* one WTin*led gate^^fb^r* ^n m written ^Only Qod is great! THEELECTION. Weffi^e below the majorities for Del^^egate in the respective counties at the^general election of 'G7. They are, we^believe, accurate, showing Cavanaugh's^majority to be 1,310, a tailing off of 76^from the majority of McLean in 1865,^which was 1.386. Both houses of the^Legislature will be composed entirely of^Democrats. unb*ss Mr. Irvin, af Madison,^j, given a seat in the House as Repre^^sentative from Madison. Cavanaugh'sSanders'^majority, majority.^...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 21 September 1867

THEMONTANA POST. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1867. A.TlounUtn Storm. Thefollowing beautiful scenic descrip^^tion ii from the pen of Col. McClure,^written to the New York Tribune from^Denver. The copy containing it has^just come to hand in one of the back^mails. It gives expression to those emo^^tions common to all on the first view of^the sublimities of the Rocky Mountains,^and is not inferior to D' Israeli's de^^scription of a storm, held as a model of^descriptive composition: Gowhere you will in this section, the^prospect is most charming, but all is^dwarfed by the indescribable grandeur^of the mountains. We have read and writtenvolumes about the grandeur of^the Alps, but the world has only one^such view as is presented from the roll^^ing prairie east of Denver. In bewil^^dering sublimity none but itself is its^parallel. There may be isolated views^of the Alps as beautiful as any 20 miles^of the Rocky range, and the icy land ot^Russian America has its St. Elias, that^towers higher tow...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 21 September 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1867. ojrIriCIVL DIRECTORY.^Federal OBeers. CLATSMITH.^A.MB*TUFTS^,^-^^H. L. HOWR.^justice^L. b. WlLAJSTOX.^L. E. Mimox.^. . Dewutf Attu GumO-ffll. M. STarrOBBt^r jLi 55 Af^r.*W^oeo. M. PimcET.^'r C Mareksl^j. x. Bridle^. rGeneral^Oex Sou S. Meeeoith.^of Lsnd OJUe^O B. O'Bahxom.^Internal Rrrwnus^t. c. Eteeth.^rmnaem Internal Revenue^N P. Lanoford.^yZZi; S. District Court^L. S. Peck. Va.^^4 -ji Judicial District^C. E. IBV^e. Silver 3 Judieisi Ditrict^Cias. W. Fowler. aw*** Territorial Officers. JOHSH. MlXG^ZyLjurer^JoH1* 8. r*CKfellow.^j^tT'/Public Instruction^A. M. 8. CARPENTER CountyRecorders. an. Geo. W Hill I Edgerton.. R. C. Ewing ^yaiBPnbudy OalUtinThos. Corer RMrLedff*J as. Brown | Jefferson.. Fran Wslls P|ltMft,r CountyW. T. Richardson. afisstuilaoFrank A. Woody. MunicipalOfficers of Virginia City. Umsri. M. Cahtkbb. Zaornryend Aetg ClerkWa. H. Chile*. niMirrr^K S. Calhoun. JSaU-R.N- Farley. muHmMajrUtrate^J. L. McO llouoh. yorakaland...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 21 September 1867

8 THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1867 TheMontana Post MTVBDIT, SEPT. SI, 1867. Ol'RAGENTS.^A. B. HAMILTON, to our Agent at Fort Benton. Mr.A. j. Smith is oar Agent at Bannack. j.^i Fish, Sasrling, Hot Spring District.^Geo- 8. rawu5g8, Silver Creek.^J. M. MlIXJS, Silver Bow.^James Stuart, Deer Lodge. wohpeka Co., Hell Gate.^Agency of Pout, 52 Bridge street, Helena.^JOHN temple, Junction City.^w. P. Parsons. Gallatin City.^ED. AtAJTELD, Germaa Gulch. H.H. Hathaawt, Highland District.^F. CMVRCH, Summit City.^Campbell A Co., Confederate Gulch.^R, C. JonxsoX, Blaokfoot. I.X. BUCK, Boulder Valley.^Weslet W. Jones, Reynolds' City, Elk Creek.^8. V. Ball. Beartown.^J. W. ItAGRLKKT, Rocker City. J.8. Williams, St Louis, Mo.^L. P. Fisher, San Francisco. Cal.^Hf.NRY Rieriven, Argenta. H.Ellis A Co., Leesburgh. Salmon River Mines^CHACSCY Barber, Bear Gu'.ch and adjacent^mines. AnsonFort\ Butte City. loK-oroIojjIf-alRecord. Sep. in 10^4.586 5.V M 24.572 11SOl^ 58- 56- 24.298 12^4.400,5...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 28 September 1867

THEMONTANA POST. ml..4. NO. G. VIRGINIACITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1687. WHOLENO. lf,2. hieMontana Post. gTILTOH i CO. PUBLISHERS i! H. MILLS, - - EDITOR. wth malic* toward noof, with charity for all^We*aasss in the right, aa God gives a* to see _ht.let u* finish the work we are in, to bind^Satio^'* wounds, to care for him who shall bro* t^ bot^le.an^1 for hi* widow and orphan,^^ allirbich may achieve and cherish a just aud^^itiee peace anions: ourselvea and with all^'^-ABRAHAM LlWOLH. lONTEfTS0F THIS NUMBER. . j^1Mb Sides; The Montana Volunteers ;^g^ds bat not Dead*; Welcome Back ; Got.^Ullsrd. of Idaha. Suspended; The Sign* of the^l*nw* ; The Ohio Campaign ; Vigilantes of m^^.-^_tot To Tax Payers; Mining Matter* ; Masonic;^tx-rm War Bountie*. o_Penand Scissor* ; Sources of the Great^Use* ! T^a Monetary Conference at Pari* ; The^-tag* Rubbery. g 3_The Jo^h Biliinars Paper* ; The San Tel-^'^raph; Miscellaneous. _Gg 4Telegrams '^ -Xu Artificial Race Horse; :^c National Har...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 28 September 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28,_Jgg7_. TheMontana Post DW.TILTON. BEW.R. DITTO D. W. T1L.TON ^ CO. Publisher*and Proprietors. Ofre at the City Book Store, corner of Wallace and^Jmekoon Streets. Ptrgini* City. Termsof Subscription: Ommcopy, on* year,08 do. six months, 5 do. throe month*,3 Ratesof Advertising: BusinessCards, 5 lines or less, 3 months.. 6 do. do. 6 months,..10 do. do. 1 year15 00 tenline* or lea*, 1 insertion, ..4 do. do. 9 dawS 00 do. do. 1 month10 00 do. do. 3 do. 13 00 do. do. 3 do. 15 00 do. do. 6 do25 00 do. do. 1 rear35 00 6 00 daw8 99 onth.18 00 do.18 00 do.24 00 do40 00 r65 00 1insertion,8 00 do.do.^^n* square. Twosquares, 1 insertion. . do.9 do.1 i de.2 do.3 do.6 do.1)^One-eighth column, do. 1^2 36 do. aoath, das do do. do. do.do. do.do. do.do. do.do. do.do.^One-sixth column, 1 insertion, do. do. 2 do. do. do. 1 month,... do.do. 2 do. ... do.do. 3 do. ... do.do. S do. do- do. 1 year, One-fourthcolumn, 1 insertion, do.do. 3 do. do.do. do.do. do.do. do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 28 September 1867

THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. 1867. T!lPJosh Billing;* Fmpwu. JOSHcorresponds. Yoreletter iz tall ov very^bat some ov them are tell whether dogs^bob-tail on them, or^but i am inclined areborn^whether tothink Xqu*t.ons,^th metering^leant^nth ^ . S*iu- ithint they am^. Anr* tails laying around loose with-^KjJTlOf to them. therei^ one thing that bothers^and that iz, i kant see why it becauseI never see But too. antJ MS 0.az eazy for a dog tew be born^'Vz whole tail on him, az with a bob^when he iz about it; still, if the^^baz ^ot to be skant enmwhare, per- i0T*it iz go0*1 judg^6111 to take il ^Pn^^rhe longest end.^tie more we search these things, Jen- thenrnre curreisser they am.^\itur dont do enny thing without sum^*, ^xon ov her own. If she raizes a^^tailed dog, she dont dew it for fun,^kP{forthe dog's welfair; perhaps the^I* if be had bin borned with a whole^^^f might hav hed it bitoph by a sheep^..sumthing.^\ bob tailed dog amt half so apt tew^u * lhe tipus fever as a lo...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 28 September 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY; SEPTEMBER 2*. 1867 TheMontana Post SATURDAYnOBNING, SEPT. 28. Chicago,September^Convention of Tobacc REPORTEDBY THE W U. TELEGRAPH COMPANY^EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE TR1-WEEKLY POST. Latestnews from an Darts of the World First or Second t lassSouthern New*The Peace ^ ommUnloner*^at Laramie--War to the KnUV^Destructive sTIres^^iarrlbaldl In^the Field^Victor Knaanuel Con^^demns the ITlovement^The Span^bh Incurcenta suppressed^JTaary^land Electlonx-The Indians Broke^Loose Again^Fenian Klot. TheOrder of Rebecca^Steamer Col^lislon ^Yellow Fever In the South^west^Conflict between Pope and^the Courts^Garibaldi Arrested^^Vegetables and Fruit for Soldiers^^Trouble In Xennessee^A Vllllau^Refused Amnesty. Howardon the Situation^Treasury^Gold Sales Suspended^The Courts^vs. the Navy^The New Purchase^Named^The Maryland Tlllltla^Italy Qui* t^ An American Gun^Rents the World^A New Wheat^Customer^Sterling Price at the^Point of Death^Garrotlng lCxtra^ordinary. Richmond,Sept. 21.^...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 28 September 1867

THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1867. pk aioo sciss** (.rorralItessia. Prie tight*^ ^^* *^ di^frs,achised VjLhiganThe exportation of pe- I1, ' m year amount, to 32.258,384^n ^*against 29.159,711 last joar PSKm^^nel rQ,e* 24200000 .Thenowapapor preaa gmng in numbers14.000 quills, pencils, *oll P^11*T^e lJ^n^on churches \introducing the bsrp in their music.^m There is a joint stock beggars' com-^_'T in psris, with a working capital^5*V|00I)O in government securities. .. .^i-ine realize* more money from eggs^'HTfrom steep... .It takes 130,000^^S3d^of oystersto supplj London^u^Ht. . ^ .The All-ghanians are com- StitLakeA history of wo- Ola*progression, entitled. ^From the^**TLt'^f to the Crinoline.^ is being irittenbva Hartford literatuerThe !nru an^ building a handsome convent^Jerusalem, near Pilate's house.. . .^'he population of Havana is 250,000.^rhe circulation of daily papers i^ only^i The experiment of raising tea^^flsoreia promises to be successful. *The Havana lottery ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 28 September 1867

THEMONTANA POST. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, j867 MineralRenonrcM or me Pacific^State* anal Terrltorlr*. Theforthcoming Report on the Min^^eral Resources of the Pacific States and^Territories, says the San Francisco Miningand Scientific Press, will con^^tain copious descriptions of the mineral^and agricultural resources of Utah, Mon-^tana, Idaho, Washington, Oregon, Cali^^fornia, Nevada and Arizona. A large^and experienced corps of geologists, mi^^ning engineers, experts and statisticians^have been engaged upon it during the^past six months. Dr. A. Blatchley has^traveled extensively through Utah, Mon^^tana and Idaho, in the service of the^Commissioner, and has already prepared^an elaborate report on those interesting^regions, combining geological and stat^^istical data of a valuable character. W^S. Keyes, who made the admirable report^on minerals of the Pacific Coast in Lang^ley's Directory, is preparing an elaborate^paper on the Argonta and adjacent dis^tricts in Montana. W. Lair Hill,...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 28 September 1867

POETRY. KBWSPAPKKS. w^j that f entlemen play, mj boy,^IJK^rthetastes of Ue day, my boy;^1 Whatever it be, Theyhit on the key,^^ pip* in Ml concert aeray, my boy. clime*,my boy,^boy, H-fWJfrom sll countries ud^^ jferij5*nienU, mmji nod rhyme*, my^Mix*** np with all aorta^0^(01yinff reports,^4,4 published at regular timet, my boy. Article!^ble and wise, my boy,^7t lesst in the editor's eyes, my boy,^Asd logic so grand^Xbat few understand^f0 what in the world it applies, my boy. rustics,reflections, reriews, my boy,^itfffim scraps to instruct and amuse, my boy.^And lengthy debate^Upon matters of state,^f9t wise headed folks to peruse, my boy, tofunds as they were and they art, my boy,^It^ quibbles and quirks of the bar, my boy,^And erery week^A clever critique^tome rising theatrical star, my boy. Th*age of Jupiter's moons, my boy,^sv|stealing of somebody's spoons, my boy,^The state of the crops.^The style of the fops,^jjj the wit of the public buffoons, my boy. lutof all physical ills,...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 28 September 1867

8 THEMONTANA POST. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1867. TheMontana Post SATIBDAY, 8,ise: OUBAGBIfTS. A.B. II AMTT.TOlf, i^ our A (rent at Fart Benton. Mr.A. J. Smith ia oar Agent at Bannaek. J.M. Fish, Sterling, Hot Spring District.^Geo. 8. Rawlikgi. Silver Creek.^J. M. Mills. Silver Bow.^James STUAnT, r^eer Lodge. wordeka Co., Hell Gate. Agencyof Port. 52 Bridge street, Helena. Johntemple, Junction City. W.P. Parsons. Gallatin City. Ed.Allfield, German Gulch. H.H. Hatmaawt. Highland District.^F. Chi rc h. Summit City.^Campbell *Y Co., Confederate Gulch.^r. C. Johnson. Blackfnot. I.N. Buck, Boulder Valley. WesleyW. Jones, Reynolds' City, Elk Creek S.V. Ball, Beartown. J.W. Magrcert, Rocker City. J.8. Williams. St. Ixmis, Mo. L.P. fmsher. San Francisco. Cal. HenryRibrden. Argent*. H.ELLIS St Co.. Leesburg-h. Salmon River Mines^CHAfKCT Barber, Bear Gulch and adjacent FORD,Butt* City.^Oeort.e M. Brock. Beartown. M.T. MeteorologicalRecord. 9A. M. is: 3r. m. S i2 IM.850,63-42^ 24.868 63- 54- 24...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 5 October 1867

INTHE MONTANA POST. xjiriJiioIf^iTf A. Newspaper, Devoted to the Mineral, Agricultural and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. WHOLENO. 163. VOL.L NO. 7. TheMontana Post. VIRGINIACITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1687. *TILTON t CO. PUBLISHERS rvS. jr. mills, - - *ir^rxxjii. _..h m^!.ce toward oooe, with charity for all,^^ firmness in tbe risrbt. as ^iod gives us toMt^rrb: u^ finish the work we ale in. to bind^3*r* s^t ion's wound*, to care for him who shall^*P jLgfge the battle.and for his wk1o\t and orphan,^^*T,* which may achieve and cherish a just and^nrmcm amoaf oarselves and with all^^^^oT-AHRAHaJ. LWOOUC. ,. INTENTS OF THIS Nl'MBER. TheL^Show your/ equallyprobable. To harmonize all^these conflicting: systems and establish a^universal system over all the land : to^carry equity and equality, right, justice^and progress rifjht up to the acme with^fearlessness and expedition, there is only^only one course left. Let Congress en^^act a Constitutional amendment, whose^basis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 5 October 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 18^7 TheMontana Post D.W.T1LTON, BEN.R. D ITT IS I). VV. T1LTON dt CO., Publisher*and Proprietors. OStremt the Citm Book Slort, conur of Wmllmc* and^JmckMrt ^Srr^*^. fcrrHtim Cftf. Omncopy^do. Termsof Subscription: ohyes*00 ixmonth*.5 00 _3 30 Ratesof Advertising . BusinessCard*, o lines or l^u^, 3 month*..^do.da.do. 6 month* .. do.do. do. 1 year Qmeiquif, ten line* or 1cm, 1 insertion, . do.do.^do.^do.^do.^do. Twosquares. do. do.do.^do.^do.^do.^do. do. do.do.^do.^do.^do. ft 00 1000^IS 00^4 00^^ 00^10 00^13 00^15 00 1insertion.^9 do.^1 month,. 5do. 1month.. 2do. 3do. . 6do25 00 1year35 00 6 00 ^ 00 12 00 dm. do. 9mmeighth colui^do. 4a 3 Ido.^s do.^1 year, do.18 00 24 00 40 00 65 00 in,1 insertion. *do. B00^12 00 do. 1 month18 00 do. do. * do25 00 do. do. 3 do30 00 do. do. 6 do. 50 00 do. do. 1 year,70 00 One-sirth column, 1 insertion.10 00 do. do. 2 do15 00 do. do. I month,20 00 do. do. 2 do30 00 do. do. 3 do36 00 do. do. 6 do.55 00 do- do. 1 y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 5 October 1867

THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5. 1867 THKfOBRKSPOSIDKNCK. isthe correspondence !ollo* -.pn the committee of arrangements^I he Muonic Fraternity and His Ex-^lknev Governor Smith and Chief Jus-^He*- Hosmer, resulting in the^mpiisnce by these gentlemen with the^icitstion of the Fraternity to deliver^addresses at the Installation of offi-^ot the Grand Lodge and the Dedica^^tion of tbe Masonic Temple : Vikc.ixiaCitt. Sept. 27. 1867. 'iimm;xattebs. showshobsclcb. EditorPost^Dear Mr sendyou a few itemsfrom thi^ gulch, thinking they may be^of interest. The main gulch, with the ex^^ception of one claim, has been lying vacant^for the past year, until about six weeks ago,^when Hughes and Henneberry started in a^drain ditch with the intention of finding bed^rock. After considerable hard labor under^great disadvantages, they reached a strata of^gravel with good prospects in it, and on reach^^ing bed rock they found good pay. They^hare now three hundred feet of flume in and^are getting thei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 5 October 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, OCTOBER .^^. 1867 TheHoutana Post. OCT. REPORTEDBY THE W U. TELEuRAPHtCOMPARY EXCLUSIVELYFOR THE TRI-WEEKLY POST. Hukp('onntcrfeltins^ ^^l^olera at^^'ew York-Tlaxlmlllan'ii Unrla^lions^\o Hilitar) Interference In^Xesiuessee^Fenian*^A Regiment^Dead-tien. S^ otC* Will -Tin- Ital^^ian Troubles^The \at j Sustained St.Louis Ra^-^^^Tue ^ liolera; Fear^^ful Ka vases^Sheridan's Keoep-^tfon^Riot In Savannah^Three^per Cent Certificates to be Issued^^Public Debt^Troops for West Vir^^ginia^.Tlaxon* in Canada ^ Xliow^f-: Id ridge Dead^A Huge Bank^runt*-j^Commutation Reduced^^The next I'nlon Convention^Hilly^Crows. TheNashville Officers^Granl h^Resigned^to Providence^ l.oulst^^all a and Alabama vote for Conven^tlona^Stephens and Hunter par^doned^The Italian Revolt spread^111 g General Court .Tlartlal eon^vened^Tlessinore Dismissed ^ Pe^nians up again^Russia crowding^Turkey. Philadelphia.Sept. 27.^Dr. M. V. Oor^man aid Caroline Ho r ton were arrested last^night, charged...

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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 5 October 1867

THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAY, OC itt*MITHE HILLS^mono BRAXDON. jparK--Srandon and its Im prove- **VV__-p,e Grist Will--The TanneryA to auarti Hill^The Quartz Hill Lodes- - ; CaveA Long Climb and a Splendid . from the Top of Overshoe Peaks--The T**tlinLakes, etc.. etc iRfo^T : v^*e took |^atm^^v with jynner. a few days ago, and in due^nTie of tlru^* were landed at his de-^^ tjB| ^^ ranch***' at the mouth of the^on ou Mill Creek. After a refresh-^1 ^ if^ef^ am' Tiir the mmantic hirlsr that^una Brandon, we early th^ nost^aldered our pick, grasped^onr geological hammer, aud^up to the Nonpareil Park. Vo.EPIT^ ighti: 'unbetvd .s:s a charming little nook, hid away thebiUr some two miles to the north^Rmnflnn. We had been at the place^a time betore : in days of yore we ,4wandered over these same hills. ongtytired ai-d with bleeding feet. .asarch of quartz lodes. We were on^^be pn*l^eet then, and had ^quart/, on g train.^ badly: but we have the satia^^tion of k^owfng that nearly all our^gjiada ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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