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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 December 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1867. TheMontana Post. V\il l UI^ \\\ MOIIMXm DEC. 11. REPORTEDBY THh W. U. TELEGRAPH COMPANY^EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE TRI-WEEKLY POST. Hancockrevoklaigorder*^The Sta^^tus on Imprat -lament ^ liolera at^M^a-R(^^-on^(rtti'tlon :Ura^iire^^^Hancock the favorite Candidate-^Popular .flcetines^1'be Uoman^Queatlon. Spencerreleased-A rampant Negro^-Livingston's safety^Our West^India acquisition ^-Financial^Pleasures in Congress^Our aiialrs^abroad-Doolittle's resolution- The^result of the President's !flessage^^The M. \ Herald in the Hanks^Again. Foreign A flairs- The Inventor of^the .Needle t.uii Dead ^Brevets^ j^71 ore Karthquakes -The Keystone ]^Olbralter In Possession of theKne*^my^^ rushing Out^Congressional j^Proceedings^Terrible Storms^No^I hangc in .senate Clerk. Washington,Dec, 3.^The reconstruction^convention ha! adopted an ordinance to sub^^mit the constitution for ratification to an^election to be controlled by military com^^mander*. All office...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 December 1867

!0VrAV%LEGISLATIRE. KOIRTII SESSION. Dec.11. (OCNCII.. SSmScommittee of the Whole, re-^JJd H B 8 11. 34 and 54 and 0 B' 66,^immt-nding they be laid over till to- CB 68 favorably,^r j B No 5, Tote reconsidered and Ave*4^nays 2.^C B 9% final P*88*^*'- Are8 ^^^^nays 1. Bfinal passage. Ayes 6^nays 0.^\Vats*1* committee of the Whole, re-^,^^^d H B 30 favorably. AFTERNOON.i'oinl^ introduced C B 71 to re-enact^. ^ct authorizing Ray W Andrews to^Ltruct and maintain a terry across^m Missouri river. Rules suspended,^\i on final passage, ayes 3^nays 2.^q j R No 8, referred to Ways and '\V*tson.committee of the Whole, re-^rt^d C B 60 and 65 recommending^tponnient. Adopted. HK's 45 and 11 with amend-^In Committee of the Whole.^H B 54, final passage, Ayes I^nays 0.^H B 11. fin*1 passage. Ayes 4^nays 1.^g B 4T^. final passage. Ayes 6^nays 0.^(/ B 45. indefinitely postponed.^iVirum introduced C J R No 7, author-^ng the Secretary to make corrections^k lithography. Rules suspended, and^'. ^ ^ -- ^ Av...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 December 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, mu. MONTANAPOST. ATI' aytiohmx.. ^^ It- FRO.IISALT E.A1 CIY. TheHomes of the Saints^Prophet and People^^A Damaging Remark^Circulating Medi^^ums^Fanatic Faith--The Succession. EditorPost : We have seen mnch to^divert us during our brief sojourn in^this city, which everybody will concede^is a very beautiful one. Its streets are^broad and side walks spacious, and the^houses, built mostly of adobes, are ol a^neat and simple style of architecture,^with large enclosures filled with shrub^^ery and fruit trees, which gives the^place a rural aspect that is truly charm^^ing. Clear, beautiful streams of water^have been trained to course their way^down the sides of every street, and in.^summer must contribute much to allay^the dust and refresh the hot breezes that^sweep over them. Their police system^is very nearly perfect, for drunkenness^and rowdyism, bo commonplace almost^everywhere else in the west, is scarcely^met with here, This may be attributed,^...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 December 1867

J*Lg_MONTANAPOST. SATURDA Y~ DICEMB ER 14, 1867. nFFlClALDIKKCTORY.^^Federal Officers. _ ,1'KKN ^ t \Y SMITH. yI OIKS Tl ITS fjuMirt^H. L. HosMKR.^***.:g- Justice^}.. B. VVtLUBTOX. A^]rl. E. MincwH. ,i jvpirf* ^ ^^rwer^/^Wn. m. Stafford^4 . . ^ , v -.^-..^ --^;^.^. m. rivNKv.^jrfi*r V. * Mar ska I^J. x. Bkii.i.f.r.^7 ,,,r ^^^^Oex- Sou s. Meredith.^trrsrrr of Land OfUe^O. B. O'Ban.noX.^jZrttnr Internal Kersnme^T. C. EvKRTR.^| -'tetrir Internal Rermus^JT P. LAXGFOBD.^.- l^i*'r,rr Court^I. s. Peck. Va.^Apt 2d Judiciad District^C. E. ISVIXB, Silver **Qtr\3d Jndicimi District^Chks. W. Fowi.er, TerritorialOfficers. 4j^t^^ '^^x s. rock. fellow. LgL^f rustic Instruction^A .M.S. CaRTEMIRR CountyRecorders. W. Hill Kdjrertoo..R. C. Ewina; Rlve'h^a'l B.Peabody GallatinThoa. Cover ir i,,^i|r^ Jhs. Brown Jefferson.. Fran Wells H^jrh^t CoaatyW. T. Richardson. ysealaFrank A. Woody. MunicipalOfficers of Virginia City. U*nrj. M. Castxer. \r*n and AcCg ClerkWas. H. Chile*. TnssmrtrY. S. Calhoun. itsts...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 December 1867

8 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, DK C EMBER 14. 1867. TheMontana Post. SATIRDAVDEC. 1-1 Ol'RACEMS. A.B. HAwTt.ton. is our Agent at Fort Benton^Mk. A. J. smith ia uur Aarent at Bannaek.^J. M. Fish. Sterling-. Hot 8prin^j District.^Geo. 8. Rawxisgs, Silver Creek.^J. M. Mn.lD. Silver Bow.^J \ vk- Stvart, Deer Ixxia-e.^vYoaDSXa CO., Hell Gate.^Agency of Pr*t. S2 Bridge street, Helena.^Ji.hn Temple. Junction City.^W. P. Parsons. Gallatin City.^ED. ArXFIELn. German Gulch. H.H. Hatha'awt, Highland District,^F. Chcsch, Summit City.^Campbell A- Co., Confederate Gulch.^r. C. JohnsoK, Blackfoot. I.N. Buck, Boulder Valley.^vteslet W. jones, Reynold*' City, Elk Creek B.v. Ball, Beartown.^J. W. Magritkt. Rocker City.^J. 8. Williams. St. Louis, Mo.^L. P. Fisher, San Francisco. Cal.^Henry Rierden, Argenta.^H. Ellis St Co., Leeaburgh, Salmon River Mines^Chalncy Baruer, Bear Gulch and adjacec AnsonFord. Butte City. Gko-c.K M. BROCK. Beartown, M. DavisWilson, Boaeman City. T. THECITY. IfleteorologtealRec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 21 December 1867

THEMONTANA POST. A Newspaper, Devoted to the Mineral, Agricultural and Co VOL.4, NO. 18. mmercial Interests of Montana Territory. VIRGINIACITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1867. TheMontana Vo^l^t^^^^'^ W TILTOX 1 CO.. - - JA PUBLISHERS S.II- MILLS. - - EDITOR. C0NTEXT80F THIS NUMBER. A(^t1 ^r^,0T*d^ ^ E*t*b,ish,h* Principle; The^a*it L*,yi^'^tur* ' *a J^^f ^ce to YouneWet; Who.^^ itt Friends! The Place for it; Chkosre of^Venus, School of Miues. FlGS2^Montana Legislature | Message of Gov-^inor Green C'lav Smith. j Laws of the United States. PAGE4^Telegram*. Taa __l'oetry; The InOiaa Question; Pen ^. Scia-^From feterling-r Virginia Letter List ; lJele-^^ Market Report; Laws of the I oiled Page6^Foetry; Pen and Scissors; Mining Matters. Page 7^From Salt Lake City; From Sterling; KMeellaneoas. pAGl5Virginia and Helena Locals; McClnre vtGreeley; Oar Delegates : Montana Legisla- (OLORADO. Therecent act of Congrre*. decreeinr civ-^ll and political equalitv throughout the Ter^^ritories,...

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

2 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1^^J7. TheMontana Post. D.W.TILTON, BEN.R. DITTES D.w. Tii/rox ^ CO., Publishers)and Proprietors. Ofceat the City Bo+k Start, corner of WaUoct and^Jackaan Strtata. Virginia Citm. Termsor Subscription: On*r^^pv on* year$8 00 do.' six mouths,5 00 a three months3 90 Katesof Advertising .^Business Cards, 5 lines or lees, 3 months..^do.do.do. 6 months. . do.do. do. 1 year.... 9msquare, tea line* or less, 1 insertion, we%t'ia'--*^do. do. 1insertion do. 1month, 2do. 3do. do. 1year 1insertion. .^^ i... do. Oae-eirhtheolnmn^de. do. do.do.^do. do.^do. do.^do. do.^do. do.^One-sixth column, 1 insertion,^do.do. 3 do. 6 00 1000 1500^4 00^6 00 10OU^13 00^15 00 3500^6 00^8 00^12 00^18 00^24 00^40 00^65 00^8 00^12 00 thejournals and documents daring this of the Whole to consider H R No 1. Mr. jpelled to remove it to the armory here.^^ mi of the I. -^isiature. Adopted. Weston reported bill back to the House ' i should regret, bowe^r. to rosnove any^Mr A H Ba...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 21 December 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21. 1867. OF F TOWUNITED^ST i TE^% P. i SSED . I 7 77Zft^/^7/^7' SESSION OF THE^FOR TJETH ('ONG RE8 CHAP (Public14.)^\|v.^An Act to reimburse the Sut _4^f l-juanaand Ohio for Monry* expended lor the^^ sited Stale* in en roll) off, equipping, and pro-^Tj5JOO,na- Militia Force* to aid iu suppressing the Rebel''00* \:tit enaeted bu the Senate and^gouM of Representative* of the United^v . - .1 i^'M . Congress assembled,^T^at immediately after the passage of^^bin *ct the President shall appoint three^^mniissioners, by and with the advice^consent ot the Senate, who are not^^dents of the State of Indiana, whose^jut*^ it hhall l^e to ascertain the amount^pf njoneyd expended by the State ot In-^ji^na, in enrolling, equipping, subsist^^ing, transporting, and paying such State^{l,rcee as were called into service, in said^^ute^ince tht-first day ot January, eight-^hundred and sixty-two, toactin con-^^rt with the United States in the ^uppres-^,jon of rebellio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 21 December 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, PEQEMJBER2U 1867. TheMontana Post. SATIRD1V nOBMSG, ^^C. 21. Measuresare to be taken to test th ^ con-^stitutioaality of the reconstruction act. Acommittee is appointed to prepare an ad-^dree^ to the people. Chicafo.Dec. IS.^The fourth Humorsare current that Col. Kelly,^rescued at Manchester, is still in Eng^^land, directing the movements of the I V^nians. Some openly assert that the^article of Cierkenwell explosion was the result of 14.The Herald's and Pope^says, the authorities REPORTED3Y TH^ W. U. TELEGRAPH COMPANY^EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE TRI-WEEKLY T^OST. H*ne I'roceedlnjra-A bill against^**o!y;:*my-Roooii^trn^tlon ^ ^.n -^renllon-Heav) Robbery^Soldiers^and sailor* ^ on*t-iiiion ^ sn |^prt-^-^Feulan Demonstrations^ Tlif^Times ^lv^^s an opinion^Colored^^rtic President impcarlies Stanton^Denver tlie Capital^'I'lio^ConvpiitioiiN-M. Tiloman on Si^lit^^A(.uv I'aivkfi plot ^A. A. Raven^port deatl^ Texas Flection-Sum^ner does not like tyrant^ l-'eniaua^^Cuba and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 21 December 1867

POETRY. -fII |. lOfWI OF THE HEART. jhecorn bows it* bead to the tickle. ThenigbtiDgrale's murmur is bashed.^jUio tears from the arbutus' trickle, Beachfruits in the forest lie crashed,^fte have fought, but the battle is ending; \ftre wounded and sick from the fight.^Blue shadows around us descending Breatheki**^ of night. Xt hare journey'd, not heeding our danger. Criedin wild supplication a bore;^hsre loTed till our eyes lost their anger, ADahearts became sleepy with lore.^Bed rotes are dying, which wreath'd us; W*sre stamp'd with the iron that sr.rs;^jy 1 k^^e in compassion bequeath'd us Itsrelics of tears. Abn^e ^ DUt ,n' fumm^- w*s pleasant; Shallwe die and lie dreaming again ^^Would we yield the dull days of the present Foran hour of the past and its pain ^^po we hunger for kisses that stung us ^^Or long for the lips that bare lied ^^Inst we stoop for the^mi Unitwe stoop ior we gauntlet they've flung us Weep^ creep to their side tfe cringe to these sowers of sorrow, Weerr for ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 21 December 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21., 1867. MONTANAPOST. SATlRDA Y MOHNIXi. NOBODY'SCHILD. Alonein the dreary, pitiless street,^With my torn old dress and bare, cold feet,^All day I've wandered to and fro,^Hungry and t-bivering, and no where to go;^The night's coming on in darkness and dread^And the chill sleet beating upon my bare^bead; Oh! why does the wind blow upon me so wild ^^Is it because I'm nobody's child Justorer the way there's a flood of light,^And warmth and beauty and all thiags bright;^Beautiful children in robe- so fair,^Are caroling songs in rapture there.^I wonder if they, in their blissfol glee,^Would pity a poor little beggar like me,^Wandering alone in ti e merciless street,^Naked and shivering, and nothing to eat Oh!what shall I do when the night comes^down Inits terrible blackness orer the town ^^Shall I lay me down 'neath the angry sky.^On the cold, bard, pavement stone to die^^When the beautiful children their prayers^have aaid, And their mamma's hare tu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 21 December 1867

Nail 'OR, Vet *il (Mm neeoa 137' JVERY PaceFt.^f, Pro'r^Il42tf Iof Geo.^^trf^u,^13S* :ler M.T. kesto or^tylaaef fath*^. 1.10 ItI kr-p 3BY. City,Y Mill*,lilt V tor*. St T nr. Wit* KIH^^1 SALT LAKE CITY, THEMONTANA POST. SATURDA Y, DECEMB E It 21, 1867. of the R raenew Tabernacle and Temple^How they builtThe Rendezvous of the R ^^Hot springs, an odious comparison^iire and ^u occupants ighte-The hteous^lhe- EditorPost : Besides the pleasure^of study ing Mormon character and their^dechri^tianizins; creed, this city presents^several other objects of interest to vis^^itors, prominent among whieh is the^\ew Tabernacle. This gigantic struc^^ture, calculated to hold about 12.000^persons, is built in the block adjoining^tj,e ^^ President's ^ mansion, immediate^It in the rear of the Old Tabernacle, and^towards the northern portion of the city.^We imagine that the Saints never^signed to boast of the beauty of this^ftructure, for there isn't anything in its^interior or exterior that approximates...

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

8 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21_j_Jgg7 TheMontana Post 8AT(RDAY MORNING, DEC. 21. OIR AGENTS.^A B. Hamilton, i^ our Agent at Fort Bentoa.^St A. j. Pmtth is oar Agent at Bannack. J...1 Fish Sterling. Hot Spring DistricL Geo.8. Rawi.i^t.^, Silver Creek. J.M Mills, Silver Bow. ja Mr..- Stvakt, I^eer Lodge. VOtWICo.. Hell Gate. Agencyof Poet. .VJ Bridge street, Helena. JohnTemple, Junction City. w.P. Parsons. Gallatin City. El. ALLFIELl^, German Gulch. H.H. Hathaawy, Highland Diatrict.^F. CHI rch. Summit City.^Camit-LLL A Co.. Confederate Gulch.^R. C. Johxsos, Blackfoot. i.n. BUCK, Boulder Valley. Wtfikt W. Jones. Reynold** City, Elk Creek. 8.V. Ball, Beartowo. J.W. Magrukrt. Rocker City. J.8. Williams, SL Louis, Mo. L.P. Fl6HF.lt. San Francisco. Cal. HenryRieiiken, argen'a. II.Ellis a Co.. I..^^.^^iirKh. Salmon RiTer Mine*^ChaL'NCY barber, Bear Gulch a ad adjacen^ninea. AnsonFord, Butte City. C.r.Di v M Bki ' K Beartown, M. t. DavisWilson, Bozeman City. THECITY. Meteorologica...

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

THEMONTANA POST. A Newspaper, Devote a to the ^Iineral, Agrtcwltwi-al and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. VOL.4, XO. 19. TheMontana Post. qw. tilton 1 co.. - - - - PUBLISHERS VIRGINIACITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 18(57. WHOLENO. 175. JAS. H.MILLS, - - EDITOR. contents OF THIS NUMBER. f*GKa,^Corporation**; Cwanty Line*; Indian^pal^y ; llHUDiC PackS Reply of Chief Joatice II. L. H^^m^r; FromLeesburs;.^^Ar.f ;i^From Quartz Gulch ^ Pen and Scissors; In tb Bosom of hi^ Family; Sherman's Financial fAGS4^Telegram*; Miaiag Matter*; MWceUao- -* Pai.el^^ Montana Legislator*; Fu A. Sciaaan ; FromBenton ; Virginia Market Report. FACEti^Montana Legislature. Pj!,,j- 7Poetry; Sleighing Son^ ; Laws of the tailedStates.^fAr.t 8^Virginia and Helena Locals; Virginia UtterList. (OIIPOKATIOXS, Anact passed by the Legislature and^approved Dec. 13th, contains important^cnoditions concerning Corj orations here^^after to be formed. Although its volumin^ous character permits but a brief su...

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

THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1867. TheMontana Post. R.W. T1LTOH,BEB. R. DITTES D. W. TILTOX ^ CO., Publishersand Proprietors. Otic*at the City Bo*k Store, corner of Wallace mnd^Jackson Streets, Virginia City. Termsof Subscription: Onecopy. on* yw,*!* 00 do. six months,5 00 do. three months3 50 Katesof Advertising: Busts***Cards, 5 lines or less. 3 months. do.do. do. 6 months, do.do. do. 1 year ... Osese.ua.re, ten lines or less, 1 insertion. do.do. do.do. 1000^15 00^4 00^fi 00^10 00^13 00^15 00 do. da. 2 do. do. do. 1 month, do. do. 3 do. ^ ^ do. do. 3 do. do. do. 6 do. 25 00 do. do. 1 year,35 00 r* squares, 1 insertion,6 00 da. 1 doP 00 do. 1 month, 12 00 da. 2 do18 00 do. 3 do24 00 da. 6 do. 40 00 do. 1 year65 00 ifmet-' trhtta column, 1 insertion8 00 da. do. S do. 12 00 do. do. 1 month18 00 do. do.do. do. do.do.^do. do. 2do. 3do.^^ do. 1year... 2500^30 00^50 00^70 00^10 00^15 00 Oae-sixthcolumn, 1 insertion do.do. 2 do. do. do. 1 month,20 00 do. do. 2 do.30 00 do. do....

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

THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAY. DECEMBER :8 l*^7. JHJV1AV4FOM. FROl QrAHTZ Gl l.^ II. gpxToRPost : Well knowing as we alldo that the quartz lodes arc the great^8upl^* ^^t our young ao^i growing Terri^^tory, and uj^on the development of which^j '^nds our prosperity and success in^giving at tl)e grand object that in^^duce** many or most of us to leave cur^comfortable homes and come to this far^off mountainous country, we, of course-,^are interested in every new gold discov-^rr of importance that is made within^our borders. Taking this as a hyj.ot.lie^;8 I desire to lay before your readers^5hort sketch (pen and ink) of a discov-^rr recently made on (ireen Thorn^creek, about sixteen miles from Helena.^In the early pait of last summer very^rich croppings of quartz were discovered^on the north side of Quartz Gulch, and^the parties finding them immediately^t work prospecting for the lode from^widen they had evidently floated, and^exhausted th ^ entire summer in fruitless^labor. They despaired ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 28 December 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 18(57. MONTANAPOST. SATl k9ay REPORTEDBY thz W. U. TELEGRAPH COMPANY^EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE tr1-WEEKLY POST. Ini large number of counties there 1- ab^^solute necessity for some provision by the^government to feed the armed Freedmen to^prevent a war of races in such sections as arc^without food. Toledo,Ohic, Dec. 21.^The Michigan^Southern railroad elevator, with 60,000^bushels of wheat in it was was burned hut^n ^ht. Loss, $300,000. Lohdos,Monday.^There appears to be a^wide spread and increasing feeling favorable^to the amelioration of the condition of the^Irish people, as most effective means for sup^^pressing Fenianism. TheTimes strongly favors this idea. It be^^lieves the next session of Parliament will be^occupied in Irish affairs. St.Domingo, Dec. 20.^Cabral's Govern^^ment has been defeated. Baitis proclaimed President.^It is announced a commission is going to^Washington to conclude arrangements for the (on;n ^.i^inl~\.jv. San Chanted^Hand*^...

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

THE MONTANA POST. .SATURDAY. DECEMBER 28. I8K7. gO*TAV%LE(il!tliATtRt:. EXTRASESSION,^Tenth Day. HOUSE. December24th. Morning. Councilamendments to H J M 11 con cUrr*iin. AnIllinois editor proposes to ^^ board j had long since gone to their happy homes, if^around with his non paying sub scribers. Personal. Mrs.Charles, author of the ^Schon-^berg Cotta Family,^ has published a |sequel to the story of ^The Drayton*^and the Darenonts. It is entitled' ^On^Both Sides of the Sea. George H. Pendleton's grandfather CE 1*. Mr. Bagg, military bill, re- waa lhe gecoiid of G-n. Hamilton in his ffrnd i ~ a^r^.v ^ i ^^duel with Aaron.Burr, and into his ti from the Governor that he had armg Hamilton teU.^proved the memorial asking $150,000^^ppropriation to improve the Missouri^^Ver. Also H B No 4, to promote the^.ori^ultural, mechanical and mineral *e '^^^ Unnlunn Alui WRIT nterestsof Montana. Also, H B 17, re^^pealing the Nevada City incorporation^Also, H B 10, to incorporate the^^tv of Helena. B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 28 December 1867

6 THE MONTANA POST- SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1867. MONTANALEGISLATURE EXTRA9K3SION. FourthDay. COUNCIL., December18th. Morning. Bagjsintrodnced C B No 4, an act to^amend an act entitled ^An act regulating^the fees of officer* j arors and witnesses,^^approved Feb. 9, 1865; referred. Handintroduced C B No 5, ^An act^divorcing Mary E. Launier and Amos^Launier, rule suspended;on final passage.^Ayes^ 6. Nay^L Orrintroduced C B No 6, ^An act to^prevent the collection of illegal toll;^rules suspended; on final passage,^^5. Nays^2. Recessuntil 2 p. m. AFlKRNOON. HB ;No 6, ^Act to divorce H B^Steele and Roena A Steele; passed. Ayes^^7. Nay^0. Baggintroduced C B No 7, ^An act^providing for the purchase of a suitable^safe for the offices of Auditor and Treas^^urer; rules suspended; final passage.^Ayes^5. Nays^0. Baggintroduced C J R No 2, ^Author^izing tbe Auditor to issue certain war^^rants;^ final passage. Ayes SecretaryTufts $1,000 extra compensa^^tion. On final r-a*^*tf^*. Ayef*rVflays 4. Ke...

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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 28 December 1867

POETRY. SLEIOIIIX;SONG. BY PR. O. O. BLRGKS3. Thedav^ of mud and du.-t are past ;^The feathery mow is falling fast, last Andib* j^Jful da* **** come ** u^When we can go out a rleighinj Xhn hip ! burra ! we'll laugh and sing, Whilethe slei^h-b^ll3 merrily ring^jn^ir jolly chorus of ching-a-ling,^As WP ^^ out a slashing. Withsweethearts tucked in robes so warm,^Held about her with a loving arm^^^n; what ^ life without the charm^Of a girl to lake out a sleighing !^Then hip ! hurra,! etc. Acrack of the whip and off we go,^Da^bing in the whirling enow:^^Two-forty mart be the gait you know,^When we go out a sleighing.^Then hip ! hurra ! etc. 0;^top now George, you've spoiled my hat;^Kerry on me, what are you at^^I never thought you'd try to do that^When we were out a sleighing.'^Then hip '. hurra ! etc. 'Lookup my dear, now don't be shy;^It'* only a bridge we're just passed by,^And sorely the toll you'll not deny,^When we are out a sleighing ^^Then hip ! hurra ! etc. t(Jh! it's all very n...

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