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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 18 February 1865

- - 1 . , ^ \*^J?m9mm?m^*mm mm tm -mm jmp Mm-- , j ~ --MS- -^fl' ? '^ISggggs?? .tin iii^ linn maajnvTtaj?ri nmm iiWi ^.^^.* a- j*x _THE_JVIONTA N A POST p, W. TILTON, ^ CO., Editors ^ Proprietors ^~ ^ - ^ ' ^ -^ ? ' , , ^My Country, May safe Always be right, But Counky, Bight ar Wrong. ^ ' *ERMS:--$7,50 Pef Year ia 0L x 5 = ~ i ^ ===== j ' ^ VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1865. : NO. 26. ffet )iU o n t a n a gWiti* D. W. Tilton, ^ Co., P U. TC. Tilto*. Bex. B,. Dittes. 1 PUXLtSHERS AXD PROPRIETORS. j?j Office at the City Boole Store, Corner i pr^ of Wallace anil Jackson Streets. or TERMS : W '^ K One copy, ons year, ' ^ IAQ1 - ej?n T^ One copy, si* months, - ? : - ;-. - . r 4.00 JL Oue copy, three months, - . * - - ] 2.50 } ' ==3totE3nea a 1 m m gu l(ate^ ^f AdrorUitinf. Business cards, (five lines or loss,) one year' $20 00 j >?3 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ six months, 15 00 i ma ^ ^ '^^* ^ three months 1000 One ?f[nftre one year, (ten lines or less) . 40 00 One square s...

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. — 18 February 1865

5hf Montana |?a.5t. ^. W. TILTON tt. CO., Proprietors. VIRGINIA CITY, M. T. Saturday. ^ ^ ^ ^ Feb 18th. 1865. If* lMspatche . were received here by the la>t coach frou Salt Lake City, on account of the wires be ing cut hy thc Indian*, in the vicinity o Mud Spring.. a poioectic. . H For the last three- months, by the mos ltr^nit*rtli^ aflFVsrfa, w^ kavo suceeeecd Jl making such additions to our stock of ma^ te-rial, as have enabled us to present thc Post to our readers, on white paper. Tht expense has been extremely heavy; but this we have not considered an excuse suf^ ficient to warrant our resorting to a substi^ tute. Thc impossibility of obtaining a further supply, just at present, alone com^ pels us to appear in our present dingy look^ ing garb. Just as soon as tbe defect can be remedied, we shall resume our usual and more becoming white dress. The weather, the roads, the snow, and the Indians are all we can offer in the shape of apology to our subscribers. In thc mean time we...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 18 February 1865

VJU v 1 . as Ot , ^: Bl THE ONLY PAPER IN THE TERRITORY LOCAL A>D OT HER ITEMS. S?P1 ^ . ^ have Notice to Scbscbibkrs. ^ With the issue of the laws present number, terminates tha second quarter of ordei the Post. The subscription of some hundreds of* our readers also expires this day. We shall ^ be gladto see all their names, once again, on oar yj_, books, and hope they will come down with the * dust. Onr rule fe to stop the paper when the nad subscription rune oat; a step rendered necessary by this parties who neglect ^c notify th* publishers when j pnol they wish to withdraw their names, and then are nn- ble a willing to pay. The adoption of taia regulation cem prevents the possibility of a mistake. We intend to make this Journal increasingly interesting, re- ^ gardTess of the expense which such a course necessi- we a tates. . alet Read r.otices of estrays. Read advertisement of T. D. Brown A Son of Bait Lake. have Thanks to Phil Schenk for ssaaMN in the Jj** confectionery line...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 18 February 1865

From Btvln'. Gulch. j tra Bmx's Gcixh, February 10, 1865. | Editob Post :^ Sonic time since I noticed i Str iv communication from some one in this 1 lar, Euleh about various mattcrj which I had | grc oped to see continued from time to time, j sla but for which I have looked in vain. Not i we being much used to quill-driving myself, i He yet being unwilling that we should be en. i lin tircly ignored, I though to drop you a fewt ' bo linis to let you kn^*vr that we are still alive ! wa and kicking. / ho Mining has been carried on all winter in | th^ inost of the claims, not yielding very heavy j Co returns, yet enough to satisfy tbe cravings j Kc of banger, which takes no small pile, and \ wt also to keep us out of mischief. The gulch j a is now nearly deserted, a majority of the I he miners having gone to Silver Bo.v and other \ fie new mining camps. I think at a fair esti- j th^ mate, that two-thirds of the miners who I St; were here in October have left the gulch. I thi Probably tb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 25 February 1865

THE MONTANA POST S. W. TILTOK, ^ CO., Editors ^ Proprietor.. ^^ _ .?-.?^? M ?^^'Btry- ^^ ^ g *r Country, Eight or Wrong. ^ TERMS,-,7,50 In M^ Per Y^^ in Adr.no, ^F VIRGIN*A, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1865. NO. 27. She Md-ti?a aprts.iH b?i?ss cAnDS. ~ ixk.?. ^ tt^ j j ummmmdm_ She 3$ o ^ t u nTW?r ~ D. W. Tilton, ^ Co.r HDAHC E. w. Tii.tos. Bex. B. Dittes. i Wa.^a ri BLJSUERS ASD PROPRIETORS. ! jSS!* Of lire at thc Cily Book Store, Corner prepared of Wallace and Jackson Street*. or week TERMS, I N GOLD : ' best __! , , . jpr. one year .... $7.50 I T EWI Oae copy, sit month', .... 4.00 j J - Die copy, three months, - 2.50' Munul '^^ j ffinia Oil Bates of Advertising. , I^**** J Easiness cards five lino3 or USB,) one year $20 00 I It?ortmo ^ ^ _ ^ ^ ^s month,., 15 00 i made to ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ three months 10 00 ! Ore square. one year, (ten line? or less) 40 00 I One sqnare six months u ^ ^^ ^ 25 00 i ^ *r,e ?qunre, three months '^ ^ ^ ]5 00 ' Quarter column, one year, CO 00 ^...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 25 February 1865

0. W. TIL.TON ^V CO., Proprietors. Doi VIRGINIA CITY, M. T, ry, o om Baturday. - - - ^ Feb. 25th. 1865. cot ^^ he *^ ^ ^ *^ ^ ^ ?^ ^ * ^ ^ on Prospects of Our Territory Kelt*- eJ. tlvely Considered. 0f Whatever doubt may have lingered in ? the minds of the most incredulous, con- m cerning the future of Montana, must now th give way before the pressure of the daily f* accumulating testimony in favor of the ?. richness and large area of the gold and th silver bearing deposits cf this region. It si is no longer a ricb but solitary gulch that , invites the operations of the miner ; but, scattered everywhere in the path of the la explorer, lie vast and diversified mineral tl treasures, requiring only time and labor for their development on a scale of magnifi- JJj cence not surpassed, at any rate, by the ej placers of California or the quartz lodes of tl Colorada. The communication from Last Chance gulch, which may be received as an tj unexaggerated statement of fact announces h tho openi...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 25 February 1865

____ ? ' Mart ^ ~~ ^ ^ Kend THE ONLY PAPER IN THE TERRITORY - ._ encoi ?jIocai. AND OTHER itehs. Son^ , ^ verse: The weather ii very cold. ' ^_8 Several communications arrived too late for J-bbe this issue, but they will appear in onr next. P1^?Ce Many notices are unfortunately Crowded out. Type 's> upfortupately, not compressible. The unusual amount of City Ordinances Be it crowds out Franklin's letter. It will appear in our Vii BWt. , I 1 ^ der ai _ ^ A masquerade ball is one of the ox dits, in 'he t this city, but when ? Or where? This town was force msde for dancing. j^*F False Alarm.^ The breaking of a coal oil lamp c^ tu ^t the ^Shades,^ on Monday night, caused a false ES alarm of fire. Volunteer firemen breathed hard and voke> retired. cii. J. E. McClurg; will please accept our thanks be?J fjracan of tomatoes of most excellent quality, the n Plenty more of the same lot to be had at the old Ruth^ stand. but t ^r . , , 7 T shall Martin * lo., have opeued at the assay of- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 25 February 1865

Indian Hcwi. J Id tho Vedette of the 8th appears tho fol- ! Lo lowing itcins about the poor Indians : I hi^ c Mcd Springs, Feb. 6, 9 p. m. ! movi It ia doubtful whether we can keep the I Not line in order until the Indians are driven en- ! ?e tirely off. The party which went to repair it found two poles cat down3 and the wire a^1 carried off from four poles. We have been ' Lon obliged to take the wire east to repair it. It the \ will be dtfficult to dislodge them successful- | anj ly till we have cannon to dislodge them ^ from the places where cavalry cannot 1 urf charge. Tho skirmish to-day was very ! rajd brisk for two or three hours. The Indians ; late were on the hills at day-break, evidently i rorj meditating an attack, ^and commenced j it soon after the arrival of our main body. nGn We were taken greatly at disadvantage, our ; and men and stock having travelled all night |j_e for two nights in succession. There aro SfQ(J several points commanding the station where the Indians ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 4 March 1865

THE MONTANA POST. p. W. TILTON, ^ CO., Editors ^ Proprietors. n , w v ^ ^~ my LOttatry. *^y -ne Always be right, But My Country, Itigat or Wrong. ^ TEEMS: --$7, 50 In Gold Per Tear in Advance V0L' L CITY OF VIRGINIA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1 865. NO. 28. Sit* IJJfltttatta j oat = B. W. Tilton, ^ Co., I p. W. TitTOS. Bex. R. DrrrES. ri BLTSHERS ASD PROPRIETORS. office at the City Book Store, Corner pi of Wallace ana Jackson Streets. oi TERMS, IN GOLD: * One copy, ont year, .... |->50 One copy, ^s months, - 4.00 One copy, three months, - 2.50 j Mates ef Advertising-. Business cards, (five lines or lew,) one year $20 00 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ six months, 15 00 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ three months 10 00 One square one year, (ten lines or less) 40 00 One square six months ^ ^ ^ ^ 2^ 00 One square, three months ^ ^ ^ 15 00 ~ Quarter column, one year, 60 00 ^ ^ six months 46 00 ^ ^ three ^ 30 00 Hak^ column, one year, 90 00 /^ ^ ^ six months, 60 00 ( ^ ^ three months 45 00 One column, one year,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 4 March 1865

' ^ 1 ceediu D. w . T1ETOW 4c CO., Praprletaea. v,,.w^ VIRGINIA CITY, M. T. SSSioi o All Saturday, - ^ - ^ March 4th. 1885. ment, ^ encou ?_______ aaaaaam mmmma ^ ^ H __. ___, mmm the a Inauguration Celebration. a.nc* 6 linec While we are going to press, all aronnd ?ad?J us is in a state of exhilaration and excite- jn j ment. The Old Flag flaunts proudly in seVer the breeze ; music is playing ; loyal men off is are cheering and shaking hands, while at As ^ intervals speeches of the right sort are re- curjc calling the stirring events of the past, and wher pre3aeing Union, Peace and Prosperity in Land tbe future. Hurrah for President Lincoln, tains the choice of the. American people, and rQad hurrah for the Union ! we ci brok Taking the Territory for It. ..? It appears that the legislative magnates of a^d 1 this now country, while groaning under the roa(J lash of ^Franklin,^ have nevertheless been wate jealously and persoveringly engaged in the best search for a channel through which...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 4 March 1865

, ^- ; ws 'xhToNLY PAPER g THE TERRITORY 5 LOCAL ASD OTHER ITEIVIS. ca of ^ ~ ^ ha Go and see ^Nick of the Woods ^ and the in .'Jacobite.^ to-night, at the Montana. Ji ot Sleighing is all the rage. Tinkling bells re- lJ aoand from all directions. Fair faces, gay Jehus lj and panting horses are to be seen all around. ti George Hynson htsj opened a saloon on the M old stand of Dixon A Dnrant, Wallace St. Choice liquors and good treatment are there to be found. Call and see. . Mr. Moses Stubbs holds forth at the Stone. *1 Vall Hall every Tuesday and Thursday evening, for j the instruction of novices in the art of fancy \x dancing. ? Q . Out of one and a-half pounds of'quarts 6 from the Original lode, R. B. Parrott obtained a 11 brick weighing ten ounces nnd twelve pennyweights, j, Yield in silver per ton, $1,236 67 ; base metals, $40. n Patriotic Dkvotiok. ^ It is rumored that the 0' Legislature are going to hold an extra session, for the purpose of granting a charter for the only re^ ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 4 March 1865

An Ordinance, Concerning Nuisances. ARTICLE I. ^ Or Ncisaucbs Gmmaiay. Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Virginia, , J. 2 1 That any pen, place or. premises, in or upon j Which more than ten bogs, shoats, and pigs shall be ; confined or kept at any one time and any pen, place or premises in which a less number than ten hogs, j shoats and pigs, shall be so kept as to?be offensive et an annoyance to any person are hereby severally j defined end declared to be nuisances ; and any per- MM who shall own or keep or use any pen or pens, : place or premises, in either ease so as to be a nuis- I anee, under the provisions of this section, 3hall be deemed the author of such nuisance and on convic^ tion shall be fined in a sum not less than nve dol^ lars and not more than ten dollars and costs of suit, and in the sum of ten dollars and costs of suit for every day be shall fail or refuse to abate such nuis^ ance, after being notified by any city officer to abate the same. ? 2 An...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 March 1865

__JjIEjyiONTANA POST. D. W. TTLTOS, ^ CO., Editors ^ Proprietors. tlm ? mt i. . . My Countty' MaT 8tt^ Axwayg be right, But My Country, Bight or Wrong. ^ TEBMS:~$7,50 In Gold Per Tear in Adv.net VQL' | CITY OF VIRGINIA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1865. NO. 29 Ih* IMoutana last == g . TDAl D. W. Tilton, ^ Co., iWai D. W. Tilton. Ben. R. Dittes. proprii PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. frfendi Office at the City Book Store, Corner Z*ZZ of Wallace ana Jackson Streets. best tr TERMS, IN GOLD: One copy, one year, - - . . $7.50 ^One copy, six months, - 4 00 One copy, three months, - 2.50 HA ^ ^ r _, a - TT, Hares of Advertising*. Business cards, (five lines or less,) one year $20 00 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ six months, 15 00 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ three months 10 00 One square one year, (ten lines or less) 40 00 One square six months ^ ^ ^ ^ 25 00 One square, three months ^ ^ ^ 15 00 Quarter column, one year, 60 00 ^S> ^ ^ six months 45 00 y-vxrx ^ ^ three ^ 30 00 ( ) *ij Half column, one year, 90 00 ^...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 March 1865

' ^ * ca D. W. T1ETOX Ac CO., I'roprictor*. ? VIRGINIA CITY, M. T. in o I hi Saturday. - - - March Uth, 1865. ? ?????????? ? Vo Telegraph. ^ We go to press without u, any telegraphic news from the East. The u Salt Lake exchanges aro full of reports of tj the wires being down for hundreds of miles, f{ but the latest news says it is being repaired a, as fast as poles can be hauled. a Bleached Oat. W p Once more we are t-nnbled to appear be- c fore our readers iu our natural color; but p how long it may be in our power to do this, tl wc canuot tell. Tbe state of the roads is a frightful. The Overland coaches cannot f carry any freight and were it not for tbe i; considerate courtesy of tho agents in for- h warding our present supply we must have C remained in our sad colored garb. We are i also indebted to the kindness of General . Connor, the ttite'.ary genius of the Union Vedette at Camp Douglas, who with his un- ^ failing generosity has supplied our want of t material, so as to enabl...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 March 1865

^^cl$outaniiB^05t.io THE ONLY PAPER IN THE TERRITORY j l OCR AGENTS. a Hcgo Glens, of Virginia City, ia our authorised t o Agent to receive subscriptions, and moneys for j a wme. His recipt will be good. u Maj. Upson, of Fort Benton, is our authorized j j, agent at Fort Benton and vicinity. Rowlings 4 Co., at Silver Creek ; lis. T. J. M-rhill, at Prickly Pear; Also tbe Carrier, going from this city to Fort B?nton; p The Post-Master, at Bannock City; Also the Post-Master at Salt Lake; Hu. Jas. Stuart at Deer Lodge. _ Ms, Fiuxk WonDEN, at Hell Gates ^ pu. Overmea.v, at Summit. t T. N. Lewis, of Summit Valley District, Deer j, Lx>.}ge County. ^ LOCAL AND OTHER ITElrlS. 11 y ^ ^ The '^Irish Lion ^ will show hisfac. at the ]^ Theatre to-night. \- 1 Go to the MonUna, to-night, and see the J Jl Lady of Lyons.^ j . This morning we opened our eyes, saw ths sun, and blessed Providence for the balmy air of spring- 1 Notice to Gardks-Ownirs.^ Geo. II. Hanna A , 1 Co., havtfjust received a fr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 March 1865

*naramm*m*mm**mmmmm*nmmmmmmmmwm*mmwmmwmmwmm*n Tobacco and Tobacco Smokiag. and * ^ ' fre^ [From the New York Evening Post.] nes Ono of the most interesting and novel of C all tho speculations on the use of tobacco not was submitted to tbe British Association lish for the Advancement of Science at its late- eve session, and the information afforded will hun bo well received by that large class of per- stor sons who indulge in the use of the weed. Brit Dr. Richardsen first contrived an automa- gan ton smoker, into whose mouth pipes, cigars win and meerschaums were placed, and the fur smoko from them being caught and col- knd lected, enabled him to determine tho pro- wer ducts of the combustion. These he deter- Sou mined as, 1, water; 2, free carbon; 3, am- tim monia; 4, carbonic acid ; 5, nicotine; C, 150 an empyreumatic substanco of a resinous wer bitter extract. Ho says : wer ^The water is in the form of vapor, the pah larbon, in minuto particles, suspended in a bi tbe water vapor, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 18 March 1865

: - ^ . ' . . . ..^^^^ re .. . ., . ,w , - , .; . ,Ajgn -r ., , . ;^ ' >r-... ^e ^. mwwr ^m -t _J[H]?MONTANA POST . - ! ^ ^ ^ ax. j) W. TILTON, ^ CO., Editors ^ Proprietors. ' m?r^ tyt^,^ .t,* ai v ^ - ^ * My Country' MaY she Always be right?nt My Country, Eight or Wrong. ^ TERMS:--$7,50 In Gold Per Year ia Advaacff VQL' | CITY QF VIRGINIA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1865. NO. 30. Site Iftflttttfttil $?05tU gs ?^ ^ ^ ; j^ D. W. Tilton, ^ Co., 'w tj. W. Tiltos. Dcn. R. Bittes. j _2 PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. prej Office at tlie City Book Store, Corner 0f M tLlXeLce a. nil Jackson Streets* ___ TERMS, IN GOLD : One coty,', one year, - $7.50 One copy, six mousha, - 4.00 II . One copy, three months, - 2.50 3 Kates of Advertising. Business cards., (live linoj or less,) one year $20 00 ^ ^ u ^ u six months, 15 00 ^ ^ ^ ^* ^ ^ three months 10 00 1 One souare one year. (ten lines or less) 40 00 j One sciuare six months ^ ^ M ^ 25 00 i One square, three months ^ ^ ^ 15 00 | Qu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 18 March 1865

^. W. TILTON ^ CO., Proprietors. ?a ^ fir VIRGINIA CITY, M. T. tii o Saturday. - - - March 18th, 1865. ^ ^ th jfo BlBll. d ' Up to the hour of going to press no mail Ml been received from the East. i v Our City Jiovcrnaicat.^ r^ I Under this Caption, an able and elabo- ? !rate article from the pen of the City At- ;torncy appeared in our last issue, and this week, wc publish the answer of ^Citizen,^ ! n in which ho plunges into the discussion of a certain grievances which he contends have P given strength and significance to what the S legal officer of the municipality calls ^silly 8 aud unfounded rumors.^ h Wo have, hitherto, carefully avoided any * interference or attempt at dictation as to * how and upon what basis the City taxes v should be levied, but we cannot longer re s main silent. : We have chosen to be incorporated. Tho j, organization is installed regularly, and its I officials are the choice of the people. Wc n intend to abide by it, to the last ; but we *j do not concei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 18 March 1865

THE ONLY PAPER IN THE TERRITORY o3ic - ^ on OUR AGENTS. ? Hugh Glrnx, of Virginia City, is our authorized boy: j AS'ent to receive subscriptions, and moneys for the Mime. His recipt will be good. If j Ma.i. Upson', of Fort Benton, is our authorized busi ugput at Fort Benton and vicinity. and Rowlisgs A Co., at Silver Creek; Ma. T. J. Merrill, at Prickly Pear; S Also the Carrier, going from this city to Fort >,^_ Benton; nou The Post-Master, at Bannock City; day Also the Post-Master at Salt Lake; cou Ma. Jas. Stitart at Deer Lodge. Hig Mr, Frank Worben, at Hell Gates arra Dr. Overmkax. at Summit. and 1. N. Lewis, of Summit Valley District, Deer the Lodge County. Mr. S LOCAL AM) OTIIEH ITEIHS. i ^- floe | . ^ See advertisement of Summit Hotel. evp i Notice. ^ Rockfollow ^ Dennee's store will bo i closed to-morrow until 2 o'clock p. m. ?ov I ^ ^ . . ^ neij j See notice of J. X. Biedler's in regard to pas: I a lost pocket book. 9t j There are still some of the fresh gcrden of \ seeds...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 18 March 1865

LATEST BY TELEGI^APH. THE PEACE QUESTION. Mud Springs, Feb. 13th. 8 p. m. Tho Julesharg Telegraph Operator has just arrived here, in company with Capt. | Wetberwax's command, and gives us the following, which was received by telegraph at Ju'esburg : ^ Some action was taken in Congiess re^ garding mines and mining lauds in the West, according to previous arrangements.' President Lincoln, accompanied by Sec^ retary Seward, met the representatives of the rebel government at Fortress Monroe, but tbe result, as far as known, leads to believe that the ''Chivalry' have not got' enough of it yet. The President wars em^ phatic and would come to no terms without therehels first laid down their arms, besides agreeing to the total abolition of slavery, a conclusion in which the gentlemen of the South are not yet quite prepared to ac- quiese. Deer Creek. Feb. 13th. dipt. Rinhart of Co. G, 11 th Ohio Cav., left this post at Jday light this morning, with six mountaineers and four of his men in pur...

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