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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 27 August 1864

^ = ^ ^ ^ 5 Jggsggggggggggggi ^^^^I'jy , u-iM* THE MONTANA HOST* ^ . :'; -^ ^ j ! ~ I ' ' T ^ ^ ,-=rr: =?===.l==zz . ^ _ , - ;.';f _ ^ ^ ^ ^?focs [UCHA?AU, EdU^^{? !,1on^ar.3L | ^ ^ My Country, Kay she Always .be jib :. ? Bly Country, Kigkt or Wrong. ^ ?J*^ / K ?' * ? \00l4rYear ^ ^^ ^ ^^^^^ ^?llMWii JfM B>~1WI iisftii l l i if ? r-nii-i^il^7ii^ JSitiimnm in ^ n ^ ? -^- ..?iur'VMn?ivr.At Lou ITORY, BY as 1 triably in advance. as , ,f advertising:. The Us*) three months. $10 00 dee] c -hs :.^J*W|B^^ -MM s*n^ mostiu 2^i ^^^' iniie ,::::::;::::;:::.^ ^ w .nam ,n?r^r ; ^ on un 1 ... Ml 0i\ havi LI iao^U^i, ( Ml HJ c.ii: (CP ISO 00 1>lUi , L^. Iv* liads cries,) qne jear,. 15 00 This pr3 will be allowed to change tli o additional charge. . ^II III ^IIIWIIIM ^^^llll ?Ml ,.f u'.tr yalle-js boat taunted, to i \ Ftately palace^ ? : 1 ;Hm~bt s aoir-ir.tsn-- t yvV ^ ioii ^ ^ * I vjf sofcir! was s ^,^ , o f,?lr^ioiiJ. ?oMtm, imp lid float and ^i->?, 0(. t ^ n-is 13 tue oWen go,) the ^ I...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 27 August 1864

J. BICHANAX, Edi?^- ^ =r= The ^ - ^ ^^ 1 tmr. . ^ unlil ^ _ _ , _ that i ?/^T UfTBOBTClPOBY. *h^^ la presenting the first number of the . Montana Post tp pur readers, it is but proper that we briefly lay down the princi- * pies that are to ge?ern us as a journalist. ^ cum In the first place, our main object when we S*te* left bur home to bring a press to the ^far W^et,^ was to publish a journal devoted to ^iau' the interest of the people now inhabiting ut 1 and who design to remove to this new, and Pre? loon to be, most important Territory of the ra^k United States. The interest of the miner, clau; the agriculturalist and business man, will ^?ni be carefully looked after. We will have * - f o- ients in the various mining camps :eep our readers well posted in vova S^U thai is gtnnjtm J;^ft^rent parts of sertt our now young and rapiily growing Tern- ^^ The markets and price current will tQe - 1 i earrfully revised aod reported each ^^d Week- The latest telegraphic news will be nrigl g...

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. — 27 August 1864

?ciu -mm*****- j T,rrU.rlal Officers. ^TivVKY KWER10N, Bannack City j THE j p. VOSSBYj sat . (^ L. HOSIER. i?JiTjt'Tu s, AMI BIDDINGS, ^ AI,J . L. B. WILLI5T0N, G.**iar.. I. NEALY, Virginia-City; . ^ral, M. BOYD. C0Bn^F of MB*i^^n Caunty. >.r.>nTikuMn. James Fergus, ' f Samuel W. SiAxnr, ^ Fki:d. K. Root. ****** Tan. C. Tones. s J.rw %f ^ Ma 3^leir^.l^^^^^?01 Virginia City. Bgmt Police J^d*^ M!l El-^ffifio M^y^r> Q. G. Bisssix. Mr K.K.WOOU1CBT, M^ Sxm. Schwab, Jamks 'Jibkom, * A Is K. Fobd. Bentc SU-shaL ?k*1 N'ol/ji. Xh^ ~^enrc>^U City Wholesale Markets. Ak Mb ^wtTr^^Y '-R ^ 'nAr'nEP,,RTSR- (dist ri I All :^ ui> winter wheat $28 00 Ued 1 -aa!t Ltk^ ?M-ing * 24 00 tising ^>^lb.. 65 ^ j ftrsaalaeai, ^^* 65 ^ rVsdsr^i ' 65 ^ ^ ^ x:HSit^i \>V. ^', per lb 60 Drisd Ptr.ih; V u 40 i Id I'cscbsi 8s* **e, per lb 65 QrSN Appl!^, ^ ^ ^ ' 75 T- Che**, ^ 85 , B.utr, 35 the Bear*, 22 ^ 20 30 p 08 ^* 50 r.av 1 : 50 [J. 55 3 25 in to ox, 25 lbs 18 00 n:'ur-t! '^^^> P^ lb 2 ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 27 August 1864

[COXCI.CDED FROX IIKST PAQE.J tho I hongVtho place i? deserted. Pasaed th* *^mp Fa^owatoc* e:\rlj in the mor.iir.;r. The jienv river in e^*ite wide, and the cbannel rapid. F??.01 rhc Missouri above is rapid, and the larr- be^0' jst. No steamer has ever attempted to as- ;eo ! the Yellowstone, though* the effort ?u*.c rill be made this year. The valley of the be Yellowstone, is fertile and w41 adapted to ?^ agricultural purposes, and will, ere long, | be dotted over with the farm-home, the *r ,MV school and the church. At the conflnenctr'j **erc of the Mbsonfi and Yellowstone, there is ' -,''lf,s ptaatj of timber, while a he*u:il'ul prairie j rising as it extends to the north, points out | ^**u* a beautiful to^ site.* GiiW ha* been . J^!, discovered on tho Big Horn and other trib- noin. ntarias of this river, and there being ar. ex- 1 / cellent road through a mountain iass, to i ^^ . Gallatin and Virginia City, tills will be the . route for tho emigrant as soon as the In- . *lTlf dian...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 3 September 1864

^ THE MONTANA PC) StefiK J. BUCHANiN, Editor ^ Proprietor. ^ V . * v ^My C?nntr?^ *ay she Always be right, Bit My Country, Bight or. Wrong,^'/; ' . TEB]IIS:--$5,|j>Per Year in Advancs. vnT i * ^ VlRGINIAtCITY, MONTANA TEltRITOBY, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1864.''. ^. IS prBJ?IsnCP KTCKV SXVTJftDAVj A* TIRGINIA CRT, JlOVTjfNA TERRITORY, BY tsrms: ^ $5 per year, invariably in advance. Rates of Advertlsinif. ^ Oneiquare. (ten lines or 1-ss} tlirt>^ ^n^.onthJ.$l^ 00 One square fix months Oae square one yeer ^ 9% it Juwter eolflum three monthdj.: *^ M ^ ^ Viv ^ ^ ^i^ '-'0 r ?V.:....:::::.r:?.../|>? ^ Half column three month..'.. .^ t ^^^ N ^ ' Six months....'. *.::..: 0^ Onecelumn threelkwitths*. 4 - oli ? .^ six a*ui;t.> ^ . 8i> UiJ, ^ on...r:J....,...?r...^.,-:....i^ctf .^ Bwinae cards, (live lines or Iwsji pne/y?a*V fm>no i Rpjular advertisers ^will* be allowed to chajig a ^:uart^rly without tfdditi'?'al e.hr.nr^. * Bi ysT?Tfc S S ,fA tt PS. ^ W. L. McMath.] * '^ W. Y. ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 3 September 1864

We hi ^ ; . , .. leaded, 1 J- WrHlAAS, ^4it^r. to lay b .YIBGINIA CITY, M. T. town,*' o ' - freqpen Saturday, .... Sept. 3, 1864. comes s ?????? rerritoi m?TFmF??7??mmm??m??,'??m? Campl YBE LiTEIT HEWS. counti We had hoped that the Indian ware had P'***^ subsided. bat late new* make it bad enough. man 1 We make all allowances for telegrams, for ^ Pan> we know something as to how they are got- Terril tea up; but, from^ th* fact Ithat our mail inent communication ie cut off east of Salt Lake,, showi the company4being obliged to take off their ,* nii stock, whilst?many of the stations are in the cours bands of the Indians, confirms our worst disch apprehensions, and makes former reports how i no exaggeration. In Western -Kansas, and even near St. ^* d_> Joseph, the Indians are committing depre- soldi^ dations ^ murdering women and children, e(j;jn burning houses, 4c. It appears that ser- ( *ral tribes hate banded together for the pur^ pose of plunder and murder. The people ^n7 ^ ...

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. — 3 September 1864

OFFICIAL D1BECTOBY. -j Territorial Officer*. ^ ^(i.B^ART, II. P. Fv>lwEY, Sun f^A^ AMI G1DDINQS, A^^w.-*T* .^ L. B. WILUSTON, AtTT. Gb^eal, R. B. NKALY, Virginia City ; ,i , , .^ i : . C. J. BUCK, ?^vETOBUaasBux, M. BOYD. L 4uaii Officer* of Sluniwa County r. amy Commission*-*, James Faauirs, U^ ^ 6a^TEL W. St a* let, ^ ^ Fbcu. hi. Rout. ProUte JudB^, T^r^. C. Joxee. ' tfceriff, Robert C. Kv^. ^ Tr^e.ur*-, N. J- Davis. * . fc>^oider, B. M- W : A* Suniclpal Officers of Virginia City. ? 01 c Judge end Ix-Ofncio Mayor, Q. 0. Bisikll. [^^b^;^ of Council, K. K. Wooiwcbt, ag ,/ ^ 6am. Schwab, .^ ^ Javks Uib*o>-, .4 ^ H. FoBO. [araal. Jebbt Njlax. . . i ? D Virfinid ^ itj Wholesale 9f ark eta. IPOBTEl' BT OUa SfBCIAXKBlVBTCa. (PCST PKICBJ.) ltar_St. Louii winter wheat $28 eo ^^ ^Salt Ua* spring ^ J4 W> ^^eperlb ^^ ^^ agar, flrarulated, per lb of> tjJ. ^^ Powdered ^ 00 ^^ ^ Refined Yellow, per lb.... 60 ried Appli*. per lb 40 ri^d Peaches, Suit Lake, per lb 6-5; ^ rean Appltt...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 3 September 1864

Post. > ^r.M>^Mt IIIM ^^! THEPliv? sox-ln Montana. ht ^. o. An. I mb dying , mother, dying, ^ Quoth th? feeble, fainting bov, Without thy tender care t > -ooth tit iu this agoniiir.g hour. flould I have thee by ine, mother, Ja ^hb dark r n 1 tr; lng uonr, Jl cou'.t face the -urging billow, / Vtpd heed not their mighty power. ' irtU-i I Lut ^ eel thy gentle band b'pon mine neking. burning brow, 1 would be s^ffi^i^aat to relieva 1 anguish .of Uuu hour. km, - ; Ml ^ Biit, U^ mot for me again, mother, Ujun thy gentle form to. look. Mor prett thy teadet lips to mine, As wh?n, I, iiouie am; the^ forsook. m> ' '^ ' ^' '*' lell my sistera, brothers, dear, ^tat their- forms before me rtnnd, As it waiting to be near My lasf and dying words to hear. tp11 thos* dear anw mnch belorel, That I ivope will xneet above, In that hmd of pure delight, And be taints in glory bright. I am dying, mother, dying, Now I feel denth'g cold embrace, Soon tha nroggle must be o'ar, And thy son will be ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 10 September 1864

D. W, TXLTOH, ^ m ltor?PrQP?,at^ATt MTDAt fltUA OTTSUn A ' ^* ?fe-C??B??K?s My Coun?/lLi?Vor Wrong. ^ ^.i^^ew^^ >, ^^> TEMk?IrO Per Yenr in Advance i VOL. lv. VIRGINIA CITY/fMONTANA ? 10, 1864. ?Z?. NO. 3 ,^aafcssa^ssaaai\isVms?saassns?? - ^ - Jf_J _J H I 1 I Ssasjas^^*^^ss^s^. ike Pantana 2?o;st 1 VIRULNTA CITY, MONTANA TERRITORY, BY J D, W.^Tilton, ^ Co., r Terms :~$7 .50 'per year, mvariatlTy,ia.^a4rslrfce. ol Rates of Auver^i*in$r. -One square.^ (ten finery 00 bv One square six months 18 0^ ! tU ^One rae^KV>a^ year.'. *^ ^^^ th (Juarter column thi^eTBJoosb*;.^.iC.v. 20 Of Ot ^ ^ nx ' ^ ^ OK. nt ** ^ one year 5^ 00 I - m > ^ one year .7. 8* 00 8J Onecolumn three ^months 50 ou | ^( % aix's^uB4,^ai?.-.J.^,#A^a-^at?i)^il00 tt^ ^ doe year 150 00 'p Business cards, (five linos or less,) one year. . 15 00 e, Regular advertisers will be allot^ab-W>^ vhyng ^ ^*.>| iitfllrreriy wituout udditlonul charge. . ^ i Bl'SlXKfte ^\IR riV. ' * | ti W L. McMatb.,?1 J\ I . \ , W. Y...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 10 September 1864

.*^ rlP! ** \ ^? wri rrnmrr ^ 1 1 ^ i ^ in !^ i n ^ . ^ ^ ^ n^ Y i W. TlXTO* Ac CO.. Pr*yrl^tlfH. * YIIltiLMA CITY, M. T. uurdiy. - ... 84pt.l0, 1884. ^ -^ ^ ^ bat y VALEDICTMY. eni WeuTniUnceo. over which we havr? no eon- *a |?oiI rr/vk? it necessary that we ttivn War ^. ttt ntiun to our private affaire* We there- ^? TTa ; >-e wish to return onr warnl and sincere u^ ^ ^^-irtV* to ear kind patrons^ Who entde for- war J a* 1 so. i;V?raliy snstnifled be in our in; ^ Fart Lo ?stahliA the first paper in Mon- Su u Th-; INMt ie ^oW a Sx^d fact, our- it 1 >ojd. l?Ok to it with prid> and regard it If ^^ their cwa p iper. We have eold tho jPi I'ott, to our enterprising friends I^>. W. Be Tiltan A Co. who are eitiaene of the Tcrri- j pr *.-- andby th^dr energy and means will | i p -.re no pains to add to the reputation , jf^ -^ \ increase the popularity of tb* first pa- tin r r m our yonng and cnterpriseing Terri- ou torya Tbe New firm fill* all oar contracts, ia! ^ i;b subscriber...

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. — 10 September 1864

She ?HoBtaita ^ sKtL*. i - i ^ ?yilft TireONLt PAPER i* TUB TCBRiAwyfW Don ?...? .. ? ^ ^ ^ up. ill, i , |J?cki^ ?LBbrV '***' ?or?te M see; H gL? offen nriB tta*v, of Virginia CHy, ii owr aeahcrieed Agent receive rubeeripllona, ^m Mnp for fgr ad s*.'f^e.. His -K.pt will ktj^^i .__ *,V^; Kil. Uraon. W. ^ aatborhwd Mm. T. J. Miuiu. ni Prickly pw achwi Alse the ^Vri^r, going ibis at* to fort effect, Ruton; J The FoK-Msetw. ^t BaiiBoek City ^ name) AUo tke Peat Master ^t Salt Lekei mean; Mil. Cowix, at Deer Lodge. v Alt of tbo tUr* MOMd g*tWe^ea a*w sorbet- ,tamt T ia^d to receive rubseriptioas for Ike paper. advat in v> u*ing or job work, Bad receipt for the aaaae. A^lt9^ LOCAL AHe ^TjaTatBt ITMI. Ol'H AGBU, _ . | ^ - ^*' ^m^ -^ - ia fa We B*g to lateral oar numerous patrons and ' ? the public generally, that Mr. Hour Qui**, baa U ^ ,n^ea ted to act as Solicitor mad General A -^n; | m*te for the Mux t a Pott. Tbo wt 11 kaowu burinest | *n * habits of this gentleman. aad bii long eon...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 10 September 1864

-t ^j m i;> * Tlk* l nforiunaio, On,- more Uufcxtfrfrte, i Weary of breathy ^ Rashly impaxtuhab.v ! j Gone to her death! ^ : h* Take h-ru gtctttafc, ' h ' Lift her ^ raahlctVd soW^$t$^ * w Young and so f a!H*yl*' s, Look ather garments. c1 sajTrfokji bt^|p instantly -?..?y v - ! ^ Lovemgj not loathing. ^ ! ir Touch her not scornfully i 8] Think of her mournfully, ^ f, Gently.and humanly ; - Now, is pore womanly r- ? Make no 'deep scrutiny \, Into- her mmtany t _ Rash and nndutif ul ; k ^^1*1*11** tfVihc-%r, toU^riU^,t?.j c Death has left on her g Only the beautiful. p e >o matter how coldly 0 The rough river ran, ^ j $, T ^ at \\rr- thej?rinkjo* itw . 3f4l,!k Picture it,^ tnina of if, L Dissolute man ! 'a, L ave in it, drink of it u Thcny-if ysu east! ^ 0 ^ t: Take her up tenderly, t, Young and so fair ! .o ^ Sre her limbs- Rigidly , b Stiffen eo ?igidlyT?*,rv^*r,, mU Decently, ^ flMiy? ' }, Smooth and comn|||aA|eTn>; jr And her eyes, 'close tnem, | a Staring so blindlv ! I...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 17 September 1864

THE MOXTANA POST. D. W. TILTON, ^ CO., Editors A Proprietors. | ~ ~ ~ - . ^ ^ Jy Conntr7' May Always be right, But My Country, Right or Wrong-. ^ TERMS:.-$7,f>0 Per Ywr iu Ad>an^ ^ Y0Lm L VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1864. NO. 4. T I. i Vl* ? ~ i. ~ a. W SB*.?* ^ BUSINESS ^iBn^ I _. ^ ^ ^'^^^^^^^'^^^'^^^^^^^ ilu Montana foist == ^ ^ D D. W. Tilton, ^ Co., 01 1). W. TlLTO*. R- P'TTKS. -=T- i t Bi.tsnEas A^n proprietors. I Office at th^ City Book Store, C^mcr . of Walli.ee and JaCknon Rtreota. Retl TERMS: > ^np ropy, one year, t ^T..'>0 One copy, six months, , ?!Ihj ! ^*U*1 One c^>|^y. three months, i 2.50 Rate* of Advertlsine. I Win em cards, (five lines or lists,) one year $20 00 ? ^ ^** ^^ ^^ ^ gix months, 15 of proj ** ** ^ three months 1ft SO fr,^ T>nr eqitarp one year, (ten lines or lees) 40 eo Pwl One sqnnre bix months ^ ^ ^ ^ 26- SO or * One square, three months ^ '^ M |j nn b^*t Quiirttr column, one year, fin 00 ^ M six months 45...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 17 September 1864

^. W. !U,to> a CO., Proprietor*! VIRGINIA CITY, M. T. * M Saturday, ^ . -^ - Sept. '17, 1864. ^%!.-J LLJ- _L. ?.lU ill* HI'.. I,. .... JJU. ^ ' ' ^ ? ? The War. . bince the; rwcsont momentous struggle commenced, until this moment at which we tvrltr!, no more really important iiiesi^uge htti-iiashf'd alrmgtfee^ telegraph wires than vhe fail of Atlanta. It dd useless to talk of its situation and importance,. Every man in the Territory know? that it w^^ th?> kev to the great sources of southern Kupply? nnd its loss is a--p eminent blow to the CWfliderntes7. The President ha^ i?ucd bis eVmlfntrde, and, togo'fhcr with the loud peal of the cannon rise? the jubilant shout j of the'SIoTflieifn rbu*^K It may bo that this sict ?es'of th-? Fod'c- ral^for^^s nil! 'tend to haiiton th'vt'ime when1! that m^'xd terrible of all affliction',' a civil war, shall end, and when [tie yeopte. of this; ^ mighty republic shah lay down the sword 1 and cease, from slaughter; But whether j peace, with al...

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. — 17 September 1864

:==?- i lcnejaf. TUt ONLY PAPER IN THE TERRITORY j mJI OVB AGENTS. ^J liXOH GLFJL*, oA;W'lrgima^ llv, ia our *ntri^T!7.^\l the K w,;,t > rwwivo s**eripti.*;, ^^^l moneys for ?,e. 1! -^cii.t -will l^ s..o-J. . ^ J WAj. l'psr>*T ofJJftrt lWhton. ^ ? authorised Qor ..-^nt at Fort BaiflOT.and vicinity..- T.'ij **^ ?'Carrier, going from this oUy to Fort | a*?air ^^-*v^\: ^ _ other Th* Post-Mnsier, at Bannock Citv : i i Alio the Post-Muster at Salt Uk'f a >lc ft^Jt??ttsail ';'^>^ K t',1 of tfcfe SbeY* ti/ warn ed %en 1 1 ^%. autrW- ii-*d to receive subscriptions for the paper, udver V?rti: tiling ur job work, aud receipt for the snnie. j uurj0 _ j notic LOCAL AND OTHER ITEITIS. I^ ^ ?^Sec'???in. nt of BuTS ilead?amu Meat .Market. The best place in town to j oxcel get big potatoes and tender meat. catir : driul A fir.A assortment of apples, plums, : ^or,r siid peaches is now opened at Kraal ^ . . Petcluner'a. Call -early, and indulge ia 1 - r - i i ^ ^ trom ,oui? of_tuo luxurie...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 17 September 1864

. II UnP, -n other at a TOignty Race.*) T 0 mother of a mitfhty race, .day Yet lorcly in thy youthful grace ! erni The elder dames, thy haughty peers, dori Admire and hate fay bloom ing years ; With words of shame T And taunts of scorn they join thy name. ret* mil For on thy cheeks the glow is spread and That tints thy. morning hills with red ; - Ian' Thy step^ u.3 wild deer's rustling feet at 1 Within thy woods are not more fleet ; unc Thy hopeful eye , r_ . ten Is brfgbt as thine own sunny sky. eve run Ay, let them rail ^ those haughty one#| def ^^> hile safe thou dwellest with thy sons ! They do not know how loved thou art. J How amuy avftsrf%rj*^ferlM^*j e%*9> > ^ 1 1 say Would rise to throw un^ Its life between thee and thy foe. in 1 bet They know not, in their hate and pride. ouj What virtues with thy children bine?^ All How true, how good, thy graceful maids be^ Make bright, like flowers, the valley shades ; no1 What generous men on Spring, like thine oaks, by hill a...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 24 September 1864

THh MONTANA POST. D. W. TILTON, ^ CO., Editors ^ Proprietors. ~ === . =? === =======?==??? A1WayS be right' Bl t Countfy. Sight or Wrong. ^ TEEHS;~|7, 50 Per Year In AdvaaM J VQL' | ?VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA TERRITORY?ATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 34, 1864. tv -nr. ill to n, ^ Co., C -^ Tii.tox. r Pittes. ~ PVBUSHKKS AXD PROPRIETORS. ,J , Off ire at the City Book M^ro. Corner B J of WiUlacc and Jackson Street*. ; ffe1 TERMS: ^ T>ne copy, one year, - . . .- $7.00 1 iu^ One copy, six months, - 4.00 ! ^ One copy, three months. .... 2.50 i Tl Bates of Advertisings *L Business curds, (five lines or less.) one year $20 00 Pro ^ ^ ^ * ^ six months, 15 1!0 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ three mouths 10 00 Pre one square one year. (ten lines or lessj 40 00 or One square six months ^ 25 00 ?es One square, three months '/ ^ ^ la 00 ^ ^Quarter column, one year, 60 00 I T *' ^ six months 45 00 JLi ^' ^ three H 30 00 ] Jlalf column, one year, yo 00 gii ^ ^ six months, 60 00 pai ^ ^ throe montlis 45 00 giv One column, one y...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 24 September 1864

~ - mi ^. *%*. Til. 1 ^^> ^ CO., Fiwpriwtorfc. 0 VIRGINIA CITY. M. T. o ' b' SstnrAajr, . . v . Sept.. 24, 1864. Sf i>- . ^ -\ yj ^.M.?xattei , -r^ = fii PROCL.il AfATION, S| WamcAS, By an act of Congress, approved May ^ 26th, I8fi4, entitled ^ An act to provide a temporary i-^y government for U?e Tenrritory of Montana^ it is 1 ^ provided : ^^' That the first election shall be hpld at ' n auca titans and places, and be conducted in such jn manner both as to Use persons who shall .aperintend j ^uch -election and the returns thereof , as the Governor a ^ball appoint and direct.^ NOW, THEjiiEFpRE, I, Sidney Edgertox, Gov- c ernor of the Territory of Montana, by virtue of tha power vested In m* has * appointed the said drat election to be held on MOM) AY, THE TWENTY- FOURTH DAY OF OCTOBER, A. D., 1864, between the hours of eight o'clock in the forenoon and fix , o'clock in the afternoon of enid day, at which time ^ rvill be elect ed by the elector* in wild Territory, one y iMagaia...

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. — 24 September 1864

^HS?lL^ ! i- 1 1 Slufgotttiinaf ost. p~ r ^ ~ Mas; THE ONLY PAPER IN TilE TERRITORY 27th nr 1 r ^ ^ Oool BykJ? a pa BTiBal nece ???????? lows ^ ^ plac OIH AGENTS. r? Hugh Glss*, of Virginia City, is our authorized a' e ; Agent to receive eubscripiioni, ^^d moneys for same. Hi* reciDt nil' >--*0^d- , , ~ M^j C.- -^ ^* *ort B*nton, u our authorued ^ , .vat Fort Benton and vicinity. l>on, ' K^^wu:^as A Co.. lit Silver Creak j p oin Mr. T. J. Mbkhii.l, at Prickly Pear; Abo the Carrier, going irom^ this city to Fort ^'3rt Benton: H|H The Post- Master, at Bannock City Aho the Post-Master at Salt Lake; aat* Mr. Jas. Stcakt at D>er Lodge. ' w Ul Mr. Fkakk Worues, at Hell Gates , D*. Overhead, at Summit. V> * All of the above named gentlemen are anthor- tsed to receive snbecriptioea for the paper, adver Usiug or j>b work, una receipt for the tame. M ' roep ^ cciv LOCAL AND OTHER ITEiHS. r ^ ^ Ter: Read the Governor's Proclamation, cou: See Bartons k Hamilton* rauche no- I^*?, ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 24 September 1864

WHLJ I ^^^jig^' ' ,.' L-l^1 ^JUi-JO?IlJ, _J ? .Thr Dead Soldier* Abort tha smould'ring einbers' fitfnl glow, Har 1 ow, dark figure swaying to and fro, A 8trirk^i|HmotA?rrocksd her,?oople*^ it?oe.' With vrTtherer! band* close clapped nbovelierTiead vj Weeping hot tears like drops of molten lead, . She waiiwLfnr the coating oL the dead^ 2 w ^ ^ 8 10 Him, her first-hom, who from his mother's side se Went forth exnltaut in li is country's pii.le, [ gy And in thefierc? iwsanlt, unfaltering, died. And as f he a:it andwept, menrcry upcast l\ Each inricr-nt of hi-- life gone psf-t. ^ Rl Down to the bitter hour the saw him last. C( _ In Then grew she cold and rtirt, her quick, sharp ear | f*c Caught tho far sound she longed, yei feared to hear ^ v The sound of a dark something drawing near. 5 She heari it .^top before her own atreet door, hi She heanl the tread of men upon the floor, tt Heard them set doarn the burden that they bore. y. Heard in unmoving agony ^ but when 5 Died down the stre...

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