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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 28 December 1867

8 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, DECK M B E R 28, I 8 67. The)f ontii mi Post SATIIt DA \ MO R XI KG, DEC. 28. OIR AGENTS. a.B. HaMTLTOK, la oar Agent at Fort Benton.^Mr. A. J. SmTH is oar Agent at Bannack.^j v y -h Sterling. Hot Spring; District.^Oe^. 8. RiWUXfid. Silver Creek.^J. M. Mlixs, Silver Bow.^James STt'art, Deer Lodge.^Woaiwcwa Co., Hell Oate.^Agency of Port. 52 Bridge street, Helena.^John Tuu'LS, Junction City.^W. P. Parsons, Gallatin City.^Kb. alutbld. German Gulch. H.H. Hathaawt, Highland District.^F. Church, Summit City.^Campbell ^ Co., Confederate Gulch.^R. C. JORMoR, Blackfoot. i.n. BUCK, Boulder Valley.^WrsLF.Y W. Jones, Reynolds' City, Elk Creek.^S. V. Ball, Beartown.^J. W. Magrlert. Rocker City.^J. S. Williams. St. Louis. Mo. L.F. Fisher. San Franc isoo. CaLspot where a well bled hero lies buried. HkvktRif.rI'EN. Argenta.f_ _ H.Kllis At Co., Leesburgb, Salmon River Mines ' LEGISLATURE.^The Legislature Will Chaoscy Barber, Bear Gulch an AnsonFord, Butte City.^Oiohge ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 4 January 1868

i.o fl THEMONTANA POST. ASpyer, Devoted to the Mineral, Agricnlt^ral ^tnd Commercial Luorest. of^VOL. 4, NO. 20. 4 0 ^ f^nfana.yiR^iTciTY, MONTANA, SATURDAY/JANUARY 4, 1868. MontanaTerritory. TheMontana Post i. mm * co WHOLENO. 176. PUBLISHERS S.H. MILLS, - - EDITOR CONTENTSOf THIS Nl'MBER.^fx1M 1.^Sixty-Seiea : Canard* ; The Removal* ;^w^rt ^!^More of Earth; Tb^ National CVnveu*^tiaa ; Oa the Wing.^flCS. *.^r^^ and .**^:^^*^ t^ ; From tutte City; E^aea^ae.^^^tiS x^Qsksal^R^*oluti^^ua.^^,^:^. 4^Te'f^1 be Coinage of a Year; CAWA RDS. Ourreaders have doubtless noticed^quite frequently within the past few^months certain telegrams, usually accred^^ited to ^tbe Herald's special,^ coming TIIKIt! Hhile holding the reconstruction^policy of Congress to be unconstitutional^President Johnson continues to take an^p active hand in the business. Havingre-^from \ irginia, Alabama, Georgia, Louis- j moved Sheridan and Sickles, he argues^iana and other unreconstructed frag-1 Constitutionality awhile...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 4 January 1868

MONTANAPOST. THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, JANUAgY 4-,_J868._ ''he Hrlraa Slaeotlns: VW.TUTOf, BEN.R. DfTtrS 1. W. TILTOW Sc CO., Pabilihertand Proprietor!*. C#r mi Ou CUf Bees .Store, corner of WmiUe. and^( V/ihui C*re. Katesof Advertising:^^usises* Cards. 5 limes er less, 3 i^dado. do. ^ i dada 4a 1 year,.. ^^^*^^^^,^^^ lines ar leas. 1 insertion. dada do. .1 da da dado.^da dm do. r* squares, 1 I^tlua, ^^da^ do. 3da^1 month,..^t da .. 3 da .. 0do. 1year do. 1300^L5 00^^ 600^S 00 1200^18 00 2400 4000 6.100^S 00^12 00^18 00 2500 I ^The steamer Euilie. ly i ng at St. Joe,^la aaid to be haunted. Figure*, robed in/^j white are said to make their a iriearary'e The^nightly on the deck, and then disappear^I on the approach of any one. Their ap-^[ pearanee is always preceded by myste^rious knocks and strange, unearthly^noises. These visits have nightly^occurred for some time past, and it is^with difficulty that watchmen can be^hired to guard the boat. The Herald^says ^ it's really so ^^no mi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 4 January 1868

A OF 1^ I C IA L, Resolutions (Public3.) 11 IE JiJ^^RDAY, JANUARY 4, 1 868 3 iresof Ihe United ^^ti* America in Cony,** asemble'd, That tongresas*eml^lcd. I. That the fifth division of the ninlli section of L 1] A Hew lutioa presenting t) ^ Tbrnks^Congress to fieorg* Peabody. /tnittl ^ff the Senate and Hovse If msrietiin hanksof Congress* be.an d hereby an^rated to George Peabody of M*^h- ifti-s,for his great and )^ocuHar le-^rnce in gn ing a large |urn of mmwr,^anting to two million of dollars, for^promotion of education in the more^^rate j^ortions ^-t the Pouthein and^B western States, the benefits of^^h. according to his direction, are to^jsiributed among the entire rninula-^wiihout anT distinction (Public10.) No.10. A Reflation amending- tee ninth Sec^^tion ^^f An Act to imcml an Act entitled 'An At u. i n.vi.te for t /^e better Security o/th^ Live*^of fV-nenjrenj oa board ^.f VetweU propel lad in^whole .^r iu part by Steam, and for other Pur-^po*e*.* appa)ved Au-e^t thirtieth, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 4 January 1868

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, JAN_UA_Bjf_la_jgtfo MONTANAPOST. LTtJ If roHM%.. JAN. REPORT0 BY THE W. 0. TELEGRAPH COMPANY^EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE TRI-WEEKLY POST. trlitfive Floods In California ^^$k^Htheru News^ Fenians again,df^abollral Derd^-('D^t^r Vindicate*^^J.^*** Bu steed shot^Important^Mllftarv ^ hinge*-Pope and Ord^Relieved^Arms for Enros^e. urine\^ ^^ idem*^ O'Neill President^of the Fenian Brotherhood - Jflex-^iean It^^ form .Ylovementa^ Burlin-^canie in Bu ilnmv~Prnlana^^Emancipation Celebrations^ Re^^ceptions^ Manton In the Arena;^Look out, Johnson. SaltLake, Dec. 27.^Report* from Sacra-^^sento Vallej indicate n- destructire s flood^as that of '61 and '62. lhe whole valley i^^ssbenerged and travel suspended in every di^^rection. Severalrailroad accidents have ocenrred.^caiued by the washing sway of the track and^resulted in loss of life. The American river^ia higher than ever known before. The levee^st Sucramento having withstood the flood, no^fear* will be herafter entertain...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 4 January 1868

Ii THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAY, JANUARY 47T86 8T POETRY. I^Fl LF1LLED. orlittle table is spread for two,^itfl qu*iDt 0,J china, goal and bin*. en*things are* wrought on tV homely walla^.j th* conjuring i'elight ciimba and falls. th=comer my ready tea cheat stand*, liedto the brim by the busiest III r,femirrors her fac* in the silver tong^;^Uiink of the morrow's rude sea songs. Ib-Tf pictoree, lore,^ she say*,, ^that gleam^m a troubled eaael^last night's dream. Aship whore on a cruel reef,^Ej B woman wringing her bands in grief. shekneels in prayer; a whirling wheel^rovs out of the dead ship's plauk and keel. h*stands in the spinner's toiling place,^U the rose in her face baa lost its grace. IHer easening form is changed to wool,^ft the hungering spindle ne'er is fu.l. Aweed-grown raft keeps company^th a vacant boat on a saillem aea. wapt is womau's thought to build^Uere a varying dream may darken or gild. ifeaies ; my laat sea voyage is done; Irwind,or calm, to me is one. sthings are...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 4 January 1868

THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1868. FRO.lSALT LAKE CITY. SummiMthe*a up^The W^i*m to ^ormon-^ism--Onc Marten tbe Credit Slde--A Ouo-^Utiea fress Weele^--lrew Wives ^re,^^Y;^liMi JtiaJsi an* D*intr^tf-Whc is Who IncTiHtl. EditokPost: A Granger in a strange^land finds much to wonder at, and so^does tbe Gentile on his first visit to the^City of the Saints. We wonder what kindof looking people constitute the^masses: w* can fancj how most of their^leadenf look, with a very limited knowl^^edge of human nature, and upon our^first advent into Zion every face is care^^fully scrutinized and conjectures are]^naturally formed as to what induced !^them to become Mormons. Any one,^by a glance at the organization of *Pres-^dent Young,^ his round, thick neck, full,^plump countenance, showing the animal^propensities largely developed, can readi^^ly imagine what converted him to the^faith. A desire to enjoy life, live in ease^and affluence, and that too by the toil^and industry of his fellow-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 4 January 1868

asar... THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, JANUARY 4. 1868. gMCOrT,WILD BELLS. mfleERRgR* jinjoat. wild balls, to the wild ^ky.^The flying cloud, the frosty light;^Tht year is ^lyi^s ia tb^ night; jlingoat, wild bells, aad let htm die. jD^oat the old, ring in the new, King,bappj bells, across the now;^The year is going, let him go : jjvgoat the false, ring in the true. gjogoat the grief that saps the mind,^For those that here we see no more; Ringoat the feud of rich and poor,^Riug in redress to all mankind. flingoat a slowly dying cause, Andancient forms of party strife;^Ring in the nobler modes of life, Withsweeter manners, purer laws. Kingoat the want, the care, the sin,^The faithless coldness of the times.^Ring oot.ring out my mournful rhymes, L'utnog the fuller minstrel in. Ringout fal^e pride in pi: ce and blood,^The civic slander and the spite ;^Ring in the love of truth and right, Ringin the common lore of good. Ringout old shapes of foul di-ease, Ringout the narrowing lust of gold ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 4 January 1868

s THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1868. ThfHon. ana Post. SATI'RDAT J!OCNHO, JAN. 4 A.B. IIAMI1.TOX, is onr A sent at Pert Bentoa.^BfS. A. J. SMfTH is onr Asrent at Bauiiack. rling,Hot Spring District.^* a, Silvsr Crest^ilver How.^, Deer I^^1 -e. HellQokk, MBrio-re .treat, Helena. J.M. M, 8te^Gfo. S. Kxwij^a. M. Mii-us. S^Jamks 8tum:-i^WOBl^V.v ^ Co.,^Agency ^^f Post Johnt^ -.pus, W.P. I'M:-ox's Oallutia City. ED.AtmislD, German GuleJu H.H. Hathaawt. UVhUau District.^P. CHi'new. Summit City.^CASm::-.iA *V Co.. Confederate Guleh. It.C. J^^ir Dl.^^-l.foot. I.N. Duck, P-mMer Valley. -^Wi:^U.r W. Jon:. UeyuoldV City, El* Creek.^S. V. UALL, Dearrows.^J. W. Maccltkt, Rocker CHy. J.S. Waium St. UuuS Mo.^L. P. PMii.i: Sai^ Francisco. CoL^Ht:x;;y Uj..iu^^.^. Arsreu'*. H.Ell: I A Co., L* c^hurxb, S.iluma IW'-er Mine*^Chalncv Eaue:.u, B*.*r Gulch and a.ljaoeu sines. AnsonFor.n, Butte Ci'y.^Gbo ic f. m. Bkotk. Be.jtoirn, M. T.^DatU WILjON, B*ir.^m^b City. [eteorolo-rloal patk| I a. vi | ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 January 1868

I h k THEMONTANA POST. Aewspaper^Devoted ^J^e Mineral^ Agricixltmral and Commercial Interests of Montana Tei-ritory. !f VOL.4, NO. 21. VIRGINIACITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1868. WHOLENO. 177. TheMontana Post. 0.W. TILTON t CO.. - PUBLISHERS JA II- MILLS. - - EDITOR. theincrease ia population in the United^States was 30 per cent. Hie wealth of^the nation in 1850 was seven thousand^million in 1860, sixteen thousand^millions. In a corresponding ratio, and^there is no apparent reason why it^should not be so, even it Mormonism^is wiped out, the population of the Uni^^ted States will, in 1890, be not less than^sixty millions, and the wealth of the^country nearly two hundred thousand^millions of dollars. We found the coun^^try abundantly able to sustain the great^E 4.^Tele*-rama; Virginia and Helena Mar- armies of the Republic and those in CONTENTSOF THIS NUMBER.^Page 1^Save tbe Nation's Credit; 'The Ro- oral*;^ Td^ Irish tjaestion ; tbe Reason Way, Affairsin Mormundom.^PAGE 2.^Fro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 January 1868

2 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1868. MONTANAPOST. f.TUTOK. bt*.R. DITTES D. W. T1LTCV ^ CO., Publishersand Proprietors. Ofuxmi the City Beak Start, corner ef WelUee end^Jcckeen Street*, l'ir^inie Otw. Termsof Subscription: Ooecopy, one year*^* 00 do. six months.S 00 do. this* inwtlii.3 30 Katesof Advertising: BusinessCard*. 5 line* or Ism, 3 months.,^do.do.do. 6 months,. do.do. do. 1 yesr,..., Onesquare, ten Hues or less. 1 insertion, .. ado.^1 d*. do.do. do. wesquares,^do. do. do. do. do. 1 month,.^do. do. 9 do. .^do. do. 3 do.^do. do. 6 do.^do. do. 1 year.... 1insertion,.... Sdo. 1moats, 2do. 3do. 8do. 1yesr 9e-ei|rbth column, 1 insertion. do.do. 2 do. do.do. 1 month do.do. 2 do, do.do. 3 do.l do.do. 6 do. .......... do.do. 1 yesr, One-sixthcolumn, 1 insertion, do.do. 2 do do.do. 1 month ds.do. 2 so. do.do. 3 do do.do. 6 do. do-do. 1 yesr,.. ^^-fourthsolans, 1 insertion, do.do. 2 do. do.do. 1 month. do.do. 2 do. do. do. 3 do do. flu. 6 do. do.do. 1 yesr,... One-halfcolu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 January 1868

0FFIOIA L Resolutions. (Public17.) . i^nt Resolution to furnish Transportation^^;oDs to the Denmute in the South. ^rcsolrid by the Senate mnd House^toimabaitea uf the United StaU* ,.f^in Congress assembled, That^'-Secretary of the Nary, u|^n th^s ap-^of the contributors or of any^l0 on theil behalf, be, and he ia fcere-^4athorized and directed to char-^jVe^^9el to convey provisions contri-^j br tbe people from Baltimore,^fc\$Md, to W ilmington, North Camii^^r^ratuitout*distribution amon^ Ufa^S^^uth, under the dl^mft | tlir cr.tributors and und^-r such^prions tk luay, by the S^c r- tary of^HtTT, be prescribed.^Proved, March 29.18C7, MO_QNTANA Pp8T, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1868. rs* let*, leas*. - rk m Idle M leaB^Pre ttf (Public18.) - Joint Resolution in liet.-renrc t^^ tl.^^ Pay^I |bc v* ar -^ ^ t Meui kts ..f i usn-reM. |,-. .^'/ ^V ^^ ^'^''' '///'/ Jf't'/SC of rttentativesof the United States of^rj-,i i.i C-off/nss .*.wmbi'-ed, That^j K-nator, member of tlie House^ ot^fesrntaiives, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 January 1868

XHE_ONT^N_A P()ST, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 18687 MONTANAPOST. 81T11 REPORTEDBY THE W. 0. TELEGRAPH COMPANY^EXCLISIVELY FOR THE TRI-WEEKLY POST. TroubleIn Portugal^The Napo^^leonic Conference Abandoned^^KMitle In Crete^Seymour a Probv^ble Candidate^A New LouUtana^Governor- Keeon^tructloii*^nlan^IM^.^ ^very^Goieruor BulluckS In-^augural^Ku mora. ForeignI lie RritUIi ninlMer en^Hon le^ Ve^u^f an^ICeeon^t ru^t!^^ n^^ the President will H^kr the^Manioii Caae a Teat^No JHoney,^no .tlini^ler^^ ongrexslonal Pro-^eecdiatsav^ Buwlness for Snerman^^F.xpedltfng the Payment ^l Boun^^ties*^ stt^ iiion*^ Delentte-Pendleton^Leading; oil-r lit- Public Debt Slate^m^nt. Washiwc.tos,Jnn. *.^It is expected that^Sir Edward Thornton, the new British Minu^^ter will leave England to-day. The pecular^circumstance* under which he was appointed^is regarded as an indication that he will be^clothed with full power to propose a conven^^tion proj oeition in regard to the Alabama claims.It is also bettered that a spe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 January 1868

PENANO'V ISSOKV GeneralItem*. Thekid glove dealers in Boston are^taking * g^*** thing out of the Dickens^lading*- An *udience in the Tremont^Lmple we ire $4,000 worth, which for ruTerenings makes $16,000. ThePa^9 ladies have a club where^iev can smoke, play cards and billiards,^id take their petit verve. Husbands forbiddenin the sacred precincts.^It h*s become a firmly established^ath that the truest barometer by which^ci^^ty can recognize a young man's^oral worth is his habit or no habit^[t going to church on the Sabbath day.^The English are getting to like our^^me of ^euchre.^ but they add a blank^Lnl t^ the pack, which takes either the^^e or the bowers. Hartfordhas nearly completed a $150,-^L)0 school house, capable ot accommo-^fiing 3,000 pupils. TheChicago papers say that many of^[be hackmen of that city are thieves and^urderers, who kill and rob their pas^^sengers, especially at night. Thefirst newspaper was printed in^I'irginia in 1780. Its subscription price^as $50 per annum...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 January 1868

rSORISTERLING. Speculations In Oau-tz^HamesA Court ScamIn R-jraldom. EditorPost : It would seam that.at differentperiod* of the world, certain^men rendered theoaselrea eonapieioua by^their proficiency in the arts and sciences; someby wielding tha sword and hurling^the javelin; but in this numismatical^age it would seem that those are es^^teemed the highest who are moat skilled^in the art of money making and can^talk glibly of the numerous rich lodes^which thry own in various portions of^the Territory, with such classical appe-^lations as the Thermopylae, Ne Plus^Ultra, Saturnalia, etc. Longinus. in his^writings upon the sublime, says: ^It^sometimes has a pleasing effect to de^^scend from the sublime to the ridicu^^lous,^ and as variety is the spice of life,^therefore if I should luckily find a lode^which I deem worthy of a name I intend^to call it the ^H'inmgullion,^^r^r variety^sake. The name may not be considered^very euphonious and be looked upon as^somewhat common-place, but Sha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 January 1868

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY. JANUARY 11718687 POETRY. TBE(Oni.VG OF WIMER. n fomw ! IkJ whiter comes !^j btxr his footsteps throngh mt n^I hear h^* vanguard on the bights, jfarchthrough the pines with mufti com^* ^ *uc ^I.^^^ ; Ih**r his footsteps throngh the nights^* - ^ hi* vnnruard on the hights. muffleddrums. j,,nuked feet are on the mead ^^The grass blades stiffen in his path ;^for near the child of earth he hath Jopitj for tD* lend'r smJ ; Tfcrbare oaks shudder at his breath ! Amoment by the stream he stays Itsmelody is mute ! A elate^Creeps o'er the dimples as of death. fromfettered stream and blackened moor Thecity wall be silent near* ; Themansions of the rich he fears!^n^ storms the cabins of the poor. Tkrpurtaitied couch, the glowing hearth.^The frost-rimmrd gray beard'a power defy !^Be curses as he hurries by,^strikes the beggar dead to earth ! fore^ery gleaming hall he spares,^A hundred hearthless horels hold^Hearts pulseless, crisp with ice and cold, Watcbd by a hundred...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 January 1868

8 THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAXJfANUARY ) 1, _18g8, TheHoRtana Past 8ATIBDAY ^ORMNC, JAN. 11 Oil A.B. Hamilton, U oar Agent at F^rt Beaton. Ma.a. J. Smith Is oar Agent at Buakok.^J. M. ftsn.. Sterling, Hot Spring Diatrict. Geo.8. Rawuxcs, Sitwr Creek.^J. M. MlI.LB. Silver Bow. JamesSti art. 1^WOROEX * CO., Hell Gate..^Ageocv of Port. 52 Bridge street, Helena,^John Tuu'li, Juqcikjii Cut.^W. P. Farrows, Sallatio City.^^D. A LLUKi.d, Otnuo frulch. h.H. Hathaawt, Highland District.^P. CHUSCH, Sinnit Ct^r. Camphell it CO., Confederate Qui eh.^K. C. JoHXSe*. Black****. I.N. Buck, Boulder Valley. WesleyW. Joxes, Reynolds' City, Elk Creek. 8.V. Ball. Beartoww. J.W. Maukikut, Booker City. J.8. Williams, St. Lvuii, Mo. L.P. Fishes. 8u Francisco. CaL hexktR|eb1^ex, STgenta. H.Ellis ^ Co., Ltcrtirgk Salmon River Mines ChauxcyBarber, Sear Gulch and sdjac^^nines. Ansoy Forh, Butte-C*ty. OgoiaiEM. BROCK. Beartown, M. T. DavisWilsom, awawSBSSw City. [etorological Record. bate| 9 a. m. Sr. M; TheSwap.^T...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 18 January 1868

THEMONTANA POST. A. Newspaper, X VOL.4, NO. 22. evotecl to the Mineral, ^sri-icnltnr-al and Commercial Interests of Mont annTerritory. VIRGINIACITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1868. IMPALATABLE. TbcMontana Post. 1he Deseret jVttct is the official organ^|. ^. TILTOM 1 CO.. - - - - PUBLISHERS of the Mormon Church. It* editor, Geo. Q.Cannon, is not only a high dignitary^of the Church, but he if conceded to be^the ablest man in Utah. Lrigham^Young is President, Prophet, and ost^ n-^aible Head of the Church. George Q.^Cannon is the Richelieu of the Theocra^^cy ; the Priest that pnta thw words in^tlie mouth of the Oracle, the power be- JJLS.H- MILLS. - - KDITOR. CONTENTSOr THIS NUMBER. fA l.^Vr^m Another Standpoint ; Inpala'aole;^Ciutwl^^^^'1 P^e+tlon ; The RcTrauc Ouet;^Oar Placers; Miscellaneous. PACE2.^Pen and S^a^un; On the Winf : A Mon^^tana Confidence Operator: Mixed ataxri*irea;^Mweellaneaa*. PaRS^Official^Resolutions. Pack Teesgraaaa: Postal Route*, Editorial PAftK5.^Reduced F...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 18 January 1868

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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. — 18 January 1868

OI^ I O I.V I. Resolutions. (Public31.) -.31.Joint Resolution suspending all Proceed-^to-rsin KeiKti i to Payment f.* Mini drafted or^received as vi lu iteers iu the Military .Service ol TjjE MONT A N A P (3 ST. iS ATUR D AY, JANUARY 18, 186 8. last^,-ssion, the) said num not to exceed^:hree thousand six hundred and fitty-^three dollars and ninety-two cents.^Approved, March 30 18^7. Resolutions. eda* v^ iu iteers iu tue Military Service ifceCoiled 5U'e*. /frI.' resulced by the Senate and Hou^e '^tf Rcpresehtatiies of the United State* of \^America in Congress assembled. That,^,11 further proceeding* under the twen- '^tr-fourth section of the act of Congress !^approved February twenty-fourth, eiffh- 1^leen hundred aud sixty-four, ^to award |^compensation to the masters of alav^drafted into the military service ot No.3k Joint Resolution directing the Secretary of^the Interior to snspend the Execution of a Law^^. by the Tbirtv-NhMh Congress for the He^lief of the Heir* of John E. Bou'i...

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