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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 5 October 1867

THISMONTANA POST. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1867 TheJo-H Bll!tng^ Paper*. SUMADYI8K. Miyung friend, yu are about tow be^^gin life, and altho it may seem dredful^impossible tew yu, nevertheless yu will^be Mabel to make sum mistakes while^vu are scoring, or during the fust mile^or two. Letme mix up a little advise for yu^tew take till you git tew trotting stiddy. Yuwill observe the advise is designed^for young gentlemen who show sum^sighns of speed, and also that i reazon^right from the shoulder. 1st.Treat the old man and the old^woman az yure equals ; smile when they^exhort, and laff when they entreat, for^no yung man kan hope for suckcess in^the ornamental walks uv life who dont '^wear the belt at home. 2.If yu kant raze a muatash, commit^suicide at once and begin agin ; lor it^is better tew die than to suffer dis^^grace. 3.Cultivate impudense^impudenae '^is a good substitute for bravery^only j^be a little keerful tew pick yure cus-^tomera when yu try it. 4.Keep a trotter and a fiteing r...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 5 October 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1867. men. POETRY. JIB*WAlfTED. . X#-day's eard toil and battle ! ww*w*n ia tb' ,*ud*1 d^y^^^^fJr^rfctB the people were udumtrn cattle;^^'of^t^. when the lie wm means of grace; Zr^^^^ten. when moral* were manners;^^jSLanert in ink, when the sword waa a pan; JTo-. w*^D 0od ,iftt ^f h^ ^^^^^I^^^JJwar clangs fierce^eend as mei ! send ggmen ksaeacdnoodle and enob and quack,^. oldfo^il and breathing, mummy,^^Poliuc.sn and party hack^r 1 of fashion and fool of barter. Litis*^^ch#mt*d ^*^^^. **VJ0f east and counterfeit martyr,^indbefOTse with you ! send as men ! ,ns men for the desk and the altar,^^u'fn *h^ ar' fwu^'eSB ^* conflicts and bans, wi'hrichteousneea daring to palter,^'orthodox, rather in God's sight than man's ;^JyOo assume no clerical mastership,^Ififg man's servants and God's honest free-^mea, thatlordship agrees not with pas^^torship, who**first study ia always to be j ^ man for the public stations, Ltsl b on eft and brare and wise;^^yag...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 5 October 1867

THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAY, OCTOBER :^. 18(57. TheMontana Post SATll AY,^MTO 5,186T. OIR AGENTS.^.\. R. Hamilton, is our Ar^t at Fort Benton. ji'r.A. J. SMITH Is our Agent at Bannaek. J.M. FlRH, Sterling, Hot Spring District.^Geo. 8. Rawlings. Silver Creek.^j. If. Mn.ia Silver Bow.^JAMES 8tua^T, Deer Lodge.^WoUPEX A Co.. Hell Gate.^Agency of Poet, 5-J Bridge ^treet, Helena.^JOHN temple. Junction City.^W. P. Pahsons. Gallatin City.^Kn. ALLFTSLD, German Gulch. H.H. Hathaawt. Highland District.^F. CBL'rch, Summit City.^Campbell A Co.. Confederate Gulch.^R. C. Johnson. Black foot. i.N. BVCK. Boulder Valley.^weslet w. Jones, Reynold*'City. Elk Creek,^s. V. Ball, Beartown.^J. W. Magklert. Rocker City.^.1. 8. Williams. St. Louis. Mo.^i.. P. Fisher, Saa Francisco. Cal.^llENRT RlERDEN. Argents. H.ellis A Co., Leesburgh. Salmon River Mine*^CHAURCT BARBER, Bear Gulch and adjacent^mines. AnsonFonr^, Butte City.^Geohgs M. Brock. Beartown. M. T. MeteorologicalRecord. Arrivaland Departure* During ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 12 October 1867

THEMONTANA POST. V ^Tewspaper, Devoted to the ^f in^^i-jil. A.srrte^ltvii*al and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory, VOL4. NO. 8. VIRGINIACITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, WHOLENO. UH. x a^ the theoretical reports ever written.^Th(fc f I Oil I ^1 II41 I OM. | ^nd companies who will permit them-^1selves to be gulled by fine spun theories yijjOXi COr t ^*worms who do not know where- ii.miij.S. - - kditor Withmalio* toward none, with charity for all^th innn^M in tb* ri^-ht, as God gives us to see^* bt )et us finish the work we are in. to bind^,^ e Sation^^ wounds, to care for him who shall^af.^t,*,m^ the battle.andforhi* widow and orphan, j Rocky Mountains^..do all which may achieve and cherish a just and peaceamong ourselves and with all 1 to say to stockholders JJ^^ABRAIlAliLINCOLN- toNTCNTSOFTHIS NUMBER. Ctt | T|aW it ia Managed ; Mora of Um Same ;^fVsulphurizing; Breaking out Again ; l'eatsy i- Tais and Ohio : Those Report* ; Opinion* Dif- fromPari*. .iThe Mining Regions ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 12 October 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1807 TheMontana P D.W.TILTON, BEN.R D. YV. T1LTON ^ ^ O., Publisher*and Proprietors. Ofire mt the City Bmmk Stmre. MP^I ^/ Wall***, mmd JackrmnStreet*. Virginia Cit*. Termsof Subscription: On*copy on* year do. ^ix sntmtha, do. thr*^ month* -^0 :,00^. 3 50 Ratesof Advertising I BukinnscCard*. 5 lines or lass. 3 month* do.do.^Qae square. do.do.^do. do.do.^do. do^ten line* or lea*. do.d^*.^do. do.^do. do.^do. do.^do. dc.^do. do.^i insertion,^do. 1 do. woiquirH do. do. do.do.^do.^do. Oae-eifrhtlieolnmn, 1 insertion 6month* 1year,.^1 icsertioa '2do. 1month... 2do. .. 3do. .. 6 do. 25 00 vf^r35 00 6 00 8 00 u 00 1000^15 00^4 00^6 00^10 00^13 00^15 00 do.do. do.do.^do. do.do. do.do.^do. do.^One-sixth oolamn do.do.^do. do.^do. do.^do. do.^do. do.^do- do.^One-foartli oolnmn^do. do.^do. do.^do. do.^do. do.^do. do.^do. do. Oneha'I do.do. do.do. Onecolumn,^do. nth,12 00 9 do. 18 00 3 do. 24 00 6 do40 OO 1year65 00 800 2 do12 00 1month18 00 2do25 00 3do. 3...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 12 October 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12. 1867. fheMontana Post orroe 12,1867. ofthe ETeaing Post. , Pacific Railroad^Four^h%iir^e^iuse Parties at Work. T1'i.orn. Minnesota. August 2!*th.^^rj,^ Northern Pacific Railroad Com-^r has n^^w four surveying parties, of^men each, at work in the field makingsur, The^'astern division, begining^Superior, is under charge of^haa^began themost suitable bake *l;^tant engineer Spaulding, who h^r^gf the parties. One of these beg^* rations at Bayfield, on Lake Supe-^^^\ad is surveying towards this point.^The other began at Superior city, and^eot through to the Mississippi, a^^i5e^bove Crow Wing. The country^hrooirh which theae parties are passing^principally a forest, alternating with^j^ L wood and pine, the surface some^JEJ broken but well watered. The^,:j jS of mid lling quality, and in some^jvLg there is an abundance of stone.^,v rn division is under charge of^m-ral Til t^^u. who has two parties sur-^''in2 eastward of the ('olnmbia river^\j p'l^f-: ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 12 October 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1867 TheMontana Post. KATIRDAY,OfTOB I*,1867. REPORTEDBY THE W. U. TELEGRAPH COMPANY^EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE TRI-WEEKLY POST. TheItalian Ininrrertlon Becoming:^Formidable^FenlanlKin Asratn^^-^Privateer* at Sea^Fram e Arming^-PuWie Debt^TIexlean News^^Cien. Sherman la Washlnelon, the^President Intend* he shall Super-^cede Grant^Jeff. Davis' Trial^^.Tlurphy gets Information^The^Effect of Repudiation Speeches,^(^old Up, Bonds Down^Destruct^^ive storms^ Pould Dead^Wells,^Fargo ^ Co. Indicted^IVIcCullough^on the Plnances^Reception of^Sheridan. TheElections^Pennsylvania and^Ohio Democratic^Iowa Republic^^an^Rumored Cabinet Changes^^The Italian Revolution^Combi^^nation Against fle( ulloush -Lor-^ins Dead-Gen. Prim In New York^^Conflicting Reports from Ohio. St.Louis, Oct. 2.^The members of the In^^dian Commission left here for Medicine Lodge^Arkansas, to-day. There are now 2,00 0 In^^diana assembled there, comprising Kiowa;,^Cheyenne^, Arrapahoes and Com...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 12 October 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1867. 5 TlBDAV flOHM^C, OCX. 12.^yfl ^IPI^G IN MOMTAJIA. ColMcOure's letters to the New York^jygtnne on tne miner*^ resources and^. reiopment8 of Montana, have doaht-^attracted more attention than any^*port ever made of the Territory. But bothsingularly rifted on the stump, and 'lful as able, and almost every portion of^the Territory can turn oat campaigners who^would rank with our ablest disputants in the^old settled States. Both parties seem to at^^tend all political meetings, and the speeches^here, as a role, are above the average of East^^ern addresses in point of candor and respect^for political differences. SPECTJLATIVt. Ispent most of the next day in vbiting the^mills and mines of the npper Hot Springs dis^^trict, and there, as everywhere else in Mon^^tana, I was-bewildered with the profusion of^mineral wealth. The time for its systematic ni4tnot be inferred that quartz or ^nd successful development seems not yet at d1ui^ ^m^ \.hand.but...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 12 October 1867

THEMONTANA POST. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1867. MONTANAPOST. SATURDAYMOBNINfi, OCT. IS. TEHKIBLESHOOTING AFFAIR. WUllavIHlller Shot and Killed by^Thuma* Chapman. Lastevening, at about a quarter to six^o'clock, the city was thrown into great^excitement on news spreading around thatWilliam Miller had been killed by^Thomas Chapman. We were soon on^the scene of the murder, and from par^^ties who were witnesses to the terrible^deed, we gather the following particu^^lars : Miller,who is a batcher at Butte city,^and other camps in the upper portion of^the country, came down on Tuesday last^to see about opening a shop in this place,^nince which time he has been on a spree.^Chapman came from Butte city yester^^day morning, and he, too, was under the^influence of liquor early in the day. In^the afternoon they met at Wilson's sa^^loon, on Main street, on very friendly^terms, Miller, the drunker of the two.^Some time daring the day Miller had^tried hard to raise a quarrel with Mr. J.^B. Caven, who...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 12 October 1867

THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1867. Ihe Montana Post. -DAT lHOsENINO, OCT. IS. POETRY. KO'U OF STKil. lyrieoftbecentary. .me down with your iron bands, h,ure of your curb mud rein, thestrength of your puny bands, J TheJosh Billing:* Papers. joshCORRESPONDS freely with fovr fellows. LongfellowIt is not trew that H. W.^Beecher haz bin engaged tew rite for the Klipper. Itiz not trew that Jeff Davis haz sus^^pended (altho he ought to be); neither iz^flowing ^^* P5~^J^r ^~^'*^ w-*^^. it trew that slavery izextinkt in Ameri- hUrkwoodha* pronounced 'the ka for Jeffer90n rj^fc h^z now ^venl bondsmen. Itiz trew that aul kinds of bizzness^is dull^even the nuze papers are dull. Itiz not trew that Andy Johnson haz^re fuzed tevr be a candidate for the next forI scorn the sirens m ui jo tMwSswtt boasts of human might.^1 And the pride ot human power. lTh 1 ^w H ^^J npon the Und' in^rT upon the **as,^J^vi^^long, ^ snail-like band. T^aW*wayward brer^,: *La I ^w lhe Pea3ant reel^With the toi...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 12 October 1867

8 THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAY, OCTOBER1 12, 1867. MONTANAPOST. miinun .horning, ocx. 12. oikagents. A.B. Hamilton, is oar A grot at Fort Benton^VR A. J. SMITH is oar Agent at Bannack. J.M F^H, Sterling, Hot Spring- District.^GEO. S. Raw-UN..*. Silver Crw-k. J.M. Mills, Silver Bow.^James Stuart, Deer Lodge^Wokpen a Co.. Hell Gate.^Agency of Post, 52 Bridge street, Helena.^John Temple, Junction City.^W. P. Parsons. Gallatin City.^ed. allfbld, German Gulch.^h. H. hath a awt. Highland District.^f. church, Summit City.^campbell St CO., Confederate Galch.^R. C. Johnson, BlackfooC^L N. Buck, Boulder Valley.^Wesley W. Jones, Reynolds' City, Elk Creek^S. V. Ball Beartown.^J. W. magruert. Rocker City.^J. s. Williams. sl Louis, Mo.^l. P. Fisher. San Francisco. Cal.^henry Rierden, Argenta.^h. ellis St Co., Lee^burgh, Salmon River Mines^Chaunct Barber, Bear Gulch and adjacent^mines. AnsonFord, Butte City.^Oeouge M. Brock. Beariown, M. t. THECITY. TIeCeorolosiralRecord. KATEI 9 A.m. I12 M. J Ir. m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 19 October 1867

THEMONTANA POST. V Newspaper, Devoted to the Mineral, Agricultural and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. VOL.-t, NO. 9. VIRGINIACITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1687. WHOLENO. 1^5. TheMontana Post. %TiLTON 4 CO.. PUBLISHERS jAg.H.- - EDITOR CONTEXTSOF THIS NUMBER. PArtK1^The I^^gWt^ ; Better Than Victory ;^Setdwl; Colorado River Navigation; The Cloud^:*D the East: Correction ; A Day Among the Bau-^narks : A Gratetnl Tribute ; Editorial Duties. i2^St n^r in Montana; ivn sad'Beiaeora ;^^trtpaper Suceea* Senator Wade on Mormon*;^ifMoellaneooa. rt,;E 3^A Love Affair Described in the Lanfrnajre *of the Kins;: Important Statistics : From the l'p-^p^r Missouri Carlyle's Style; George Alfred^Townsetxi on his Next Lecture ; ^Here we jro^U_ Cp.Lp.and Here we go Down,Down,Down;^jfjsoellaneous. ..v.t4^Telegrams : Gossip for the Ladies ; Our^Tarf Department ; M iscellaneous j.A,,E;,^Pen and Scissors; Making Glass Eyes ;^\ Square Statement ; An Even Thins; ; Poetry^^Majrdalioe ; Fast...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 19 October 1867

THE MONTAN A POST, SATURD AY, OCTOBER 19, 1867 . TheMontana Post D.W.TILTOH. RDITTES W. TIL.TOIV Sl CO., Fubllli^*r^ sand Proprietors. Oficeat tk* City Book Store, center of Wall nee rnnd^Jacktmn Streets. Virginia City. 0^ ewwy. Termsof Subscription: oonyear izmontht (*). 5 00^. 3 SO Ratesof Advertising: aefaeeaCards. 5 liM or less, 3 months 1000^13 00^15 00^25 00^35 00^6 00^8 00 'wosquare*. 1 insertion,^do.2 do do.1 month12 00 do.S do18 00 do.3 do. 24 00 J*.6 do. do.1 year, Dae-elghthcolumn, 1 insertion^do.do. ~ do. Montanasad her champions were toasted with^increased /error as the work progressed. We^soon started fit* the oity, and I could not^deny the theory that sparkling wine refreshed^the horses whew, imbibed by the driver or^rider. Certain it is that the horses were more^spirited than before, the procession more^punctilious in its military orders, if even less^obedient in observing them, and we rushed in^^to the city as if the horses expected another^bursting of champaign^ fo...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 19 October 1867

THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19. 1867, TheMontana Post ATl/s*DAir_ nORNINU, ^M T. 19. %, r A Air Described In the Lan-^iaa^;^ oflhe Ring;. JeanPaul^ contributes the following^n bis 2^eW Y^r^ letter to the Springfield^'li/publica* : -Optic*,^peepers, ^ spectacular or-^an* ^smelling boxes,^ ^ bujrles'^^*^ claret jars.^ ^ prob^^eciaee,^ *' horns.^^^ saift^r*.^ ^ potato traps,^ ^ kissers,^^.fbeese boxes.^^are the phrases to be^^otae incorporated into our literature,^through their damnable iteration in the^.iailies^ Fancy a love scene written up^^^ follows : 'Twasnight, and the aromatic Ara^^bella and the fuliginous Fitzfoodles, in^accordant* with a previous arrangement pjav or pay being the word^were seatedin the garden. Both were in ex^eellent condition,and showed the benefit^ot ^ood training. Arabellawas a little too much in flesh,^perhaps, but Fitzfoodle didn't carry an^ounce of spare weight and stepped smi^^lingly i^to the ring, looking confident of^winning. Themoon in the far...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 19 October 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 19, 18^^7 TheMontana Post. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1867. REPORTEDBY THE W. U. TELEGRAPH COMPANY^EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE TRI-WEEKLY POST. Latestnews from an rails of the World HaysI.!*^^ !^^^! In Ohio^Counterfeit^Bonds*^The Italian Insurrection^^Cabinet Humors ^ Virginia Sur^^mises^The Mrltlsh IVHiilsler^Val-^landUrliam Nominated lor Senator^^ \\ aahlnstoii t.osslp via ( hirago^^The District Commanders Sum- moned-The Kfl'ect South^Thad.^Stevens In Harness^Pennsylvania^LeelBlature -CJ rant's Choice oi sin-^cessors. ThePresident's Views efthe Situa^^tion^ Centering on tyrant^ A Black^Crow Story via Chicago^ Exchange^of Bonds^The Tlaryland Tlllltla^^Johnson Stlflenlng on the Stanton^Removal -Battle in Italy^The^Pope's Intentions^France Arm-^Ine^Military J untie- TheQueen to he kldnapped-npaln^will aid the Pope^The Impeach^^ment^Convocation of Cardinals^^The Antl-Rollins ^ McCulloch^Combination^ContentIng theElec-^tlons^ ^Wise advice^Camanches^on the War pat...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 19 October 1867

THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1867. rheMontana Post. DAY JIORSING, OCT. 19.^f^E^ AND SCISSORS.^(General Item*. 9M Aclient once burst into a flood of^tears after he had heard the statement^ot his counsel, exclaiming, ^I did not thinkI suffered half as much till I heard itthis day. AFrench lady, who held in her hand^a glass of cold water, said, ^Oh, if it wereonly wicked to drink this how nice^it would be! TheChicago Tim** says with wicked^wit: ^In Europe the tailors are on a strike.So is one of them in this coun^^try.^ . Ayoung ladies' base ball club has beenorganized In Niles, Mich. We^suppose they are now open to engage^^ments for a home-match. Knew feature is about to be intro-^,vd in ^eW YoPK journalism ; it is to^4 critique of all the clergymen of any^U jn the metropolis. Their matter^manner are to be coldly and impar-^udged. a* they would be were^r actor^. Elocution, pronunciation,^^J -.- *tv]es, everything will be no-^ticed. \\thin a few days^probably by the^^^t of ne...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 19 October 1867

MONTANAPOST. SATURDAYnOHNINO, OCT. 19. CAV1 ONTUB COKI9TOC1 THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAY, OCTOBER lit. 1867. lessbadly cracked, especially at the rear^ends. Russell's building, for instance, is^^o badly shattered that no one occupies^it, and the Board of Aldermen hare or^^dered the upper story to be tsken down,^as being dangerous to those living on^either side. The rear end of the build-^Ths Settling of the Earth, and Consequent I in8 has h^d to he rebuilt two or three^Racking and Cracking of Buildings in the times on account of the gradual sinking^Southern Part sf the City^How Much Real There was considerable alarm rrpat^*1 ImpsndinaDanger is There Virginiais built upon a tall side hill,^and cannot be easily hid, especially from^the view of travelers from the east com^^ing hitherwards across the big desert ;^yet there were people, three or four^weeks ago, who appeared wilfully im^^pressed with the fond delusion that the^entire east wall of the mighty Com stock^was about to cave in on...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 19 October 1867

THE POETRY. THEDAY IS DONE. byh. w. LOHOrKLLOW. Theda* ^^ done, awl the darkness^Fall* from the wings of Night.^i^ % leather if wafted downward^from an eagle in bis flight. im the light* of the Tillage GleamthroaSh th* r*in *n^i mkt,^isd a feeling of tadness comee o'er me^^fctf mj soul cannot resist. .fueling of sadness and longing,^Tbiit U not akin to pain, Andresembles sorrow only^As the mist resembles the rain. iAme rend to me some poem,^%,me simple and heartfelt lay,^- enall soothe this restless feeling.^And banish the thoughts of the day. Sotfro^ tne ^raDd old m*8te^'^' yot from the bards sublime,^.fioje disUnt footstep* echo^Through the corridors of Time. forlike strains of martial music^Their mighty thoughts suggest^Life's endless trial and endeavor^^And to-night I long for rest. KmJfrom some humbler poet, Yi'hoeeyong* gushed from his heart,^l^ .bowers from the clouds of summer,^' Or tears from the eyelids start Wao.through long day* of labor. Andnights devoid of ease,^mgg be...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 19 October 1867

THEMONTANA POST. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19J 1867. nmpPOST. SATIRDAYMORNING, OCX. 19. OIR AGENTS. A.B. flAMn-tox, is oar Agent at Fort Benton.^Mr. A. j. Smith It oar Agent at Bannack. J.M Fnn, Sterling. Hot Spring District. Geo.8. Rawi.ings. 8i1ver Creek. J.M. Mills, Silver Bow. JamesStuart, Deer Lodge. Worder*Co.. Hell Gate. Agencyof Port, 52 Bridge street. Helens. JofTVTemplr. Junction City. W.P. Parsons, Gallatin City. ed.Alliteld, German Gulch. H.H. Hatha awt, Highland District. P.Church, Summit City. Campbell^ Co.. Confederate Galcb. r.C. JorcreoR, Blsckfoot. LN. Bunt, B^ wilder Valley. Wesi.etW. Jones, Reynolds' City, Elk Creek. S.V. Ball, Btartowa. J.W. Magruert. Rocker City. J.8. Williams. 8t. Louis, Mo. LP. FrsaTE^, San Francisco. CaL HenrtRiertten. a r ire Tit*. H.Ellis it Co., Leesburgh, Salmon River Mines^chaurct Barber, Bear Gnlch and adjacen^mines. arsokVokt^. ftutte City. Geory.EM. BttOCK. Benrtown, M. T. THECITY. IrVorolojcical Record. paw.^ 9 a. m. 12m. 3p. m. (i24 .^^ :^...

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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 26 October 1867

5. 5 e $ THEMONTANA POST. A. Newspaper, I)^vot^ il to the Mineral, V^fT-i^-i: It m-nl and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. VOL.L NO. 10. VIRGINIACITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2(5, W6T. WHOLENO. 166. IThe ttoutana Post. fa-T eC an::,.- *Mb^ft Pi*. rtm-r| I***N I as4a- I BfDwi B^^w M Ml Bi]... tatra-^tt rhw I iI nct.oz I^thioti livt-.] iieM'! u-.| I | it* tuf TILTOM* CO.. PUBLISHERS 5.ii- mii-i-h. - - editor ^aUeetoward dod^, with charity for all,^ju in tlie ricbt. as Wod (fives as to see --.:. ~h ^ i. m we ere in, to biad ineut. *ao^l cb^ri^b a just an^l ^^Ires and with all \^- j CONTESTSb*9 THIS MMBER. Byr.t.1The Lejrislafmre Agate; Not Posted; al.\rt.f Folly; One of t he Ieaaes; Much Ado^^ ^ \. ^hire;; Edjrerten vs. Mad'son; Io aUad; AVyoaaiear; JadWal FreaeeeTtaaje. whateverit may in favor of Edgerton, as^would the Herald if it was being issued. Yethere we have a sheet which is will^^ing to abandon all the interests of Madi^^son to subserve its own. Inregard to the ar...

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