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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 1 February 1868

8 THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, FEBRUA TkeTl oiita mi Post OURAABWTS. A.B. MaMTLTOK, is ear A^hI at Part^ML A. J. Smith U oar Am* a* I^J. M. Twm, Sterling, Hot Spring 1^Oao. 8. R*wi.ivo^, Silver Crack. JJ.M. Mn.La, Silver Bow.^James Stvart. Dew Lodge.^WoilO* Co., Hall Gate.^Agency of Po*t, 52 Bridge street, Helena.^JOHN temple, Junction City.^W. P. PAEsoxa, Gallatin City.^Ed. Allkieu', German Gulch. H.it. HaThaawt, Highland District.^P. CnVBCH, Summit City.^Campbki.l St Co., Confederate Gulch.^R. C. Johnson. BlackJwt. i.N. Brett, Boulder Valley.^Wesley W. Joins. Reynold*' City, Elk Creek.^8. v. Ball, Benrtown.^J. W. Uagki ebt, Rocker City.^J. 8. Williams, 8t. Louis, Mo.^IV P. PtmiEW, San Francisco. CBl^Henrt Rikkhen, *rgen^a. H.ELL!8 St Co.. Leesburgh Salmon River Mine*^Cmaimy Barker, Bear Gulch and adjaoea^line* AxsoxFork. Batte City.^Geo r.e M. Brock. Benrtown, M. I.^Davis Wilson, Bozeanan City. CALENDAR FOR 1 I 1 67 1813*14 15 1920 21,82,23^'2S r- 910 11 16.17,18 ^ ia 13 M^19 20 21 ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 8 February 1868

THEMONTANA POST. 'V N^wqMp^^ Devoted to tlie Mineral, Agricnltxxra.1 and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. VOL.4, NO. 24. VIRGINIACITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 18(58. WHOLENO. 18L TheMontana Post. 0.W. TILTON t CO.. ^ PUBLISHERS ooxTwrrsovthis mm*'kr P.\r,r.1 ^ Asserted at last] The War !^. f .^^^l.-nt:^!^^ f Siacaimu;:. Yet I^.-| eudent; Hat^ Mai^^lers : The H|^au!^liii|{-W i 'sob Affair : M'scel'.aii '^eo'ia. KMI ^ r^-T^ and Balaaav. ; Niagara r.i-ii| ; .^Bstai BaakSa rtwaaase, Rata1 tiiw Affair*. Pace4 ^t. '. (franii. Pack.V ^r.-n nn.l Mmm : TatSgSaSSI : Letter^Lift- MMi-MMMMMl . ^snt;--'-i . rod 1 I^r. Dm ibie ; KiaaaftMMML 1'ai.kI^Tciir.;'. N. w ISam Tsi Yi,aim , Nevadal.^-e;:^Iat.;re j The Yir^;u Meadei Intel- .^tMiuif K n in -Ui -uticttios : Another ^Oldest ^!^-^shu .^ I t ui^e 1'aft*. Packh^Yiririn'a ami Helena I.^^aad II. lean Market lte| orN. als. asm:ittki^ at last. Theintimation comes from WeeMaff-^t^^n that unless! England MQaiMBM hi^the poailSaa taken i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 8 February 1868

2 THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1868. MONTANAPOST O.W. TILTOH, MM.R. DITTtS D.W. T1LTON ^ CO., Publishersand Proprietors. OfU-tat tkr CitH Btmk Starr, enrnrr of Hallarr and^Ja. 4^* i Srrrr't, I'trgiuia CVra Ttrmiof Subscription -. On*oopy uw year t^. MX an.'iith. do. ihrw month* Halesof Advertising: BaHHwCard*. .^^ Iin^ it !.^^*, :i iihhi^^do.tl^i.ii^^. ti oiont do.da.^i^. 1 |M 9eetqiu'f, ten Hue* lo. do. d...d^. 4-.do. do.do. ^^^. 3 do.do. d... fi ft*d... As, 1 (^^ ^Miiar^-^. 1 ini.rti.m do.3 do. do.1 month do.4 do. ....... do.3 d. do.n do. do.1 year 0e*eighth column, 1 banarAaa do.do. S do. do.do. do.do. do.d.^. do.do. do.do.^Oae-aixtheolutun, 1 iuiert do.do. do.do. do.do. do.do. do.do. do-do. Oat-fourthcolumn,^do. do.do. 1 month. 1iuaertioa, 2do.^1 roontb 411)^ti (XI 10M do.U 00 tiU)^13 00^1H (CI 1aonth 2do. 3do.^o do. 1month, do. H00 ...1 ^_' Or) ...in oo ...25 00 ...30 00 ...SO 00 ...70 00 ...10 00 ...15 00 ...20 00^30 00 do3fi 00 do.55 00 ...HO 00 ...12 00 ...18 00 .....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 8 February 1868

THEMONTANA POST. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1868. TheHotitami Post. RATI'IIDU JIOKMNIi, FKB. 8. an1 two trailers, one of whom escaped ' the best and shortest from Montana to Weliavi a MffP ^^t' IsM N**^- York I'ri- tuntsaalaWag the Rayattatf the Italian Peacet'oinraissiou. It ox-euj^ies.six col-^|WW ^O'l M thrrvfure too vuluinitnui* ami.m is h tw,wte\y hlatoriea] anil rraagl^native, not MMMMy to be repnxlureil^entire. Mr. I i reel ry is ^niiwhlf1 on^bi-in^ ^Miwri t'V tlie nut !i^ Til :iti re re -^jxirt ^' that hip rtiuiitryiiirii are villains,^w anton finii cliTi-rs aiei ^Ixirth-r rnlliaus.^ \^After MMBssJ to Mr. Ovaalsf ^ jr^Hnl^head lor making up ^^!^-^^; h ^n returns, u^ptmtJUtnt for selling ool Ike Daion to^secthmiHm at Niagara attar Iii-* i^lan !^^Iussnunagu oraarej etecLasdaa^salted^aVawJMMBey in pledgiag tt^e proeeedfl at*^an alioliii^n j't iiiial la !^^ilin^ Mr. Da^^vis, tlie head o; the slave a Igarchy, mm^have no wMagVMJS 1^ 11 M ex|ir-ss Mm^gratitude nt' mmm mil being lie-^noi...

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

THEMONTANA POST. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 8, 18687 MOWAYtPOST. MTIRDU HOHMMi. KKB. S HEPORTr.DBY THc W. U. TELEtiKAI'H COMPANY^EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE TRI-WEEKLY POST. OhioH l^hr^lo re^i Ind-flr t r^Ue rum- I . P. H. H Honda ^VflMMiM ^^Italy aeudlns hrr He^*t lu Koetli^Amerlea Lrvre Impruvrmi nt^^prujerird - !*^^ un or lijlll H(^^tr^ icIiiiiriit-ICallxt a^ ^^ iiilerltroHll-^HH) ^r^urd re m o n a I ra IsitmIn^and she Pope-Denmark willing ^^Koutli American ^i wr-Prle*.i^ w ills^out lupporl -Priiurr \^at^hli^;;^rurafUl^Fenian a^atuztiara^ A^^ peck of war. fronalnirlloiiThr Prealdent and^the Urnrral; kharp word* and a^Quarrel ; Leltera. ete..^ Judgi-^t/ield'a raar-Bloatne up the s^if^^of Cork^tWarrlbaldl eompllmeiit*^rarriieui tiaatern aflalm ^ ^^2 r e nnl ^^ ii a I prowd lng^--lnlf r^^t-^fnir detalla ol Ike War Ottlre lni-^krutcllu^ Khootiatr lu stall Lake. CaynMSaving^ Bank auaiiended^^N. K. I ulon Coiivriilloii-SloMykV^aucrravor^tfteroiialrMt'tiou aflalra Veiiian exploit^Tumult lu Italy^-The P...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 8 February 1868

THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1868. JtW ARB tTIMORN. ataneralIteaaa. Orttrrion the shell have long eonsti Anexchangesag-rests that wben Utah I new advertisements isadmitted into the Union it should be j ^ ^ calledthe Stair of Matrimony.jIKTTM t^T. WIit,tieotye, what are you hoeing | Umwy^ aanMJ owUiwd la the Puat MUa .LTLmZZ ^^-.^^ ^^-^* ^*'u^^-j for ^t this time of niirht^^ ; VtSaMH City. MoetaaeTerritory. r*b. 8. 1M7. Oatedthe proem to a fanlnonahle dinner.^ ^ V *,u^ ' Satlate'.T at the ^ hub.^ the rulgar1 WM. ,V*ul drJr- *nd.,d,^*1tl *^ afcell*hare disappeared ; and now six81 {^^^^T ! on* tb^l tUin,t- ;A^ocoe^Al^. W M jiou.apstaddle-mcks are served lor each^ ja-orn. upon a solid *^lfer pisjsi formedLynchburg lawyers, doctors, and edi- ^^^ *im* RarohartHn P Billiag* Tim BoydMi** J Bull* SUpheo^uVssill Jno inthe similitude of a shell. Wonder If ton.according to the Louisville Journal, j boJSw m^nb A Burt W t^tee bivalves taste any better Tshould fen called liquorati.j Bora...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 8 February 1868

THEMONTANA POST. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1868 nfli-mltles ot the Gnat. Woolfolk,Pembertonfc Toole Handel.Miltonnml Delille were blind;^Lucretius, Tat*), Switt,^.'ow|x^r,Hoiwea^a^and Cliatterton are melancholy ranee of^insanity. Richelieuhad occasional attacksof in^^sanity, in which he fancied himself a^horse; he would prance around the bil^^liard table, neighing, kicking out at the^servanti, and making a great noise,until j V. T. Pem barton,^exhausted by fatigue, he suffered him^^self to be put to bed, well covered up.^On awaking, he remembered nothing^that had occurred. Shelleyhad hallucinations. Bernar-^den St Pierre, while writing one of his^works, was ^attacked by a strange ill^^ness^^lights flashed before his eyes ;^his objects appeared double and in mo^tion; he imagined that all the passers^were his enemies. Heine died ot a^chronic disease of the spine. Metasta^early suffered from nervous affections. Molierewas liable to convulsions.^Paganini was cataleptic at four yeai^old. Moz...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 8 February 1868

THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1868 POETRY. |From^Jo.*! Words, for January.|^TRNN VSON'Si JiKW HO KM- THE^VKTI.H. AiiU^u' upon the people fell. Aftmine aft^r laid tbein lew.^Then tllorpe .ml livre aro.-e in fire. K.r ^^n them b^ake the sudden foe;^So thick they died the people cried 'Die ^.^^!- are move I ^g mi-t the land.^The pne^t in horror about In* altar^To Tbor uti'i Uilin lifted n hnnJ,^^llel|i us from faiulii^^And plague and sttife !^What would you have of us ^^Human life ^^Were it onr nearest,^Were it our dearest.^( Answer, O an.-wer, j^Wo give you bis lite. Batstill the foemen spoil'd and burned, Andcattle died, and deer in wood,^And bird in air. and n^h^s tn-ned Audwhiten'd all the rulliti;; flood ;^And dead men lay all over the way. Ordown in a furrow scathed with flame.^And ever and aye the Prie.-lhood moau'd^Till at 'ast it seemed that an answer came:^^The King ^ happy^In child and wife ;^Take you his nearest,^Take you hi* dearest.^Hive us life. ThePriest went o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 8 February 1868

8 THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY (L 186*. TheMontana Post OiliURNTS. A-B. nAMILTOK. ij oar Agent at Pert nm^. MilA. j. Mil t m is mr Anal at Rannack. J.M. Paxil, Sterling, Hot Spring Diatrirt. 41rVn.S. K*.wi.i\K^. Silver Creek. J.M. Mil.i--. Silver Bow. JjvMVe.STVAItT, IWr Ijodge. Welti-kina Co., H#ll ^)^to. Agencyof P.at, .VJ Ilr.lge ttreet, Helena. Jl.HN'i'emi'Lr. Junction CitT. W.I^. I'AKMONft, Gallatin City. Kl. AllMUi Herman Gulch. H.H. llAllluwr Highland District.^V. CM u. ii. Summit City.^|MMU * *'^^., Confederate Ooleh.^B. C. JoHXsadt, Hlarkf.-ot. I.N. Ill i K. Doubter Valley. VMHW. JuNKa. Reynolds' City, Elk Creek. S.V. p. tlx. Deartown. J. W. M ai.ki kkv Kocker City. j.s. YVii.i.iamk, St. Louis, Mo. Ij.P. Fl-muk. San F-ancisfo. Cal. HF.VKYKlK.KKKX. Argcnqt. II.Kl.Llis A ^ ^^.. I ..-.-I' - ^ r ^c 11 Salmon River Mines^I'll ll Si . ItvlillKK. Rear tiulch bl.il adjacen^Bine*. AV-ONr'uKli. Unite City. WamamM. tmmem. Heat-town, m. t. D.wlr.W 11-t'V Imm City. (MjI.\!)AK n^K...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 15 February 1868

cc THEMONTANA POST. toll yf^p^^er, Devoted, to the Mineral, .Vfcfi-ioiiltui-al J^n^l Commercial Iiitei-ewtss of IVlontana. Territory. VOL.4, XG.*2S VIRGINIACITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1868. WHOLENO. 182. TheMontana Post, ID.W. TIL TO^ * CD.. - - - ^ PUBLISHERS 005TEMTSOF AlS NUMBER. page1.^Hoaeaty ; Oar Buatn^m Inti Tae prwideotvs. the General | County Boundaries ; j opposition to repudiation we 9mmmmTl1T^^tmf^mm' ^T *h*+ not to educate Brott.d;iranklins Wife; Ad Iuterwtiog Belie^^f the MteaSaota Indian Massacre. Pag*i^T^l^^Pi/BT. 3.^Kew Retu^Hmtion Bill; KatarBUsad Citia**a' Itlgbta; Pan and Sciaaare.^PAtiE 4.^TVlejrraina ; Sheridan's Last Ride.^PaC.E j.^Poetry : Sutuiday Nijcht---If we Knew ; Penand ftcwaom t Virginia and Helen* Market Kepcrta. PA-E 6^TUe Joah Billinga Paper*. Pace7 ^Pea'rj-: Satigtaaiff Son* a rVam PWi- i'rbiirg ; Our. Ardrew'^ Working Habita; N'ar^tivnal Debu. Pac.SP^Virginia and lie ena Looala ; Virginia LetterLie*. HONESTY. ationof tbe nation a pl'gh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 15 February 1868

THE MONTANA POST, 1 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 186 TheMontana I'ost. BEPORTEDBY THE W. D. TELEGRAPH COMPANY EXCLUSIVELYFOB THE TBI-WEEKLY POST. BBmjPnWk De^f -Riot In Tenneiv^^^The raedcan trouM^^, Kwobcdo^and Diaz tender their lsealsrna-^^ions ^Jlore Fenian arrest*^Hero*^latlonary movements at Vera^Crnz^The Invasion of Jalappa^threatened^I^oIley of ^apoleon to^ward the Pope and Holy Nee mod^^ified^French courtesies with Vic^^tor Knanntl restored^Honors to^Admiral Farra^u t^News fro^A b^ ^^^!it ii la^Dispatches from l.on-^don, New York, Valparaiso, Par-^Is and Florence. Prizefibril at Cheyenne^Fenian^Troubles^Fire In ^w York ^lty^^Cou Urinations^NlrClel lan as Min^^ister to Kugiand-Sunset Cox^^Death of Sir David Brewster^Combs and Bishop rejected^Ban^^quet In honor of Farragrut^Arkau^aas Costltutlon adopted^Shooting^Affray near Helena. London,Feb. 7.^Later advices from the^British expedition in Abyssinia, are very dis^^couraging and forbid of a successful or safe^move this season. Washi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 15 February 1868

THE MON T A N,A PQ S T. S A TU-ftDA Y, FEBBUA RY 15, 186 8. mux* aTll*1*HORNING SExrki:^ onsxki ^ n OXBILl. nngi*th^r ea[^]. aiic^lal Re-^I^Hl a* it flexed Ut^'H^^u-^ -. f4 rests to 4.1) nay*. ^Ow* first aeWtion ereljreiterate* the declaration of^^ tir acts upon Ae -premise that by^the act of secession the j^oo;^le of the ten^political States lorflfcrlfcin^e *JJ^D **^^tror^d an-1 mb Uah.-rf tkeir^^tate government*, rearingfnTrSeirstead^State governments hostile to the United^^tate^ and not Republican in form; that,therefore, until there is organized^within those boundaries Slate govern-^r -^^ni/.i'd by Congress as Repub-^Hean in form, th^ esi-tibg g-v * tnsbts^shall not be rvcogaijied bjr ilio otlk$ Co^^ordinate oranchtn ot gonsstfmen*. Cen-^gresf, by this, draws distinctly the line^between the States as territory, and the^States as political organizations. In the^farmer ae^se of ths term thor are tn the^rjaioa. in ipe latter they sjre out. and^mast rumain ao until thaif fortal ^i%g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 15 February 1868

THE MONTANA POS1, SATURDAY, FEBKTJ ART 13, 1868. TheMontana Post. byirnprisonaisot in ths penitentiary, such as^bribery; also idioU and insane prnou.^^Yeas 114, naya 16 ; four fifths of the ncgress^voted in tb^ affirmative. Raleigh,Feb. IK^The Convention took^action in favor of abolishing all distinction*^between court* of law and courts of equity. Richmond,Feb. 12.^The Convention ia practici 'all com iigretrenchment, and has discharged^tntttee clerks and dispensed with pho^^nographic reporters. Tallahassee,Feb. 12.^The Sergeant at Arms bers REPORTEDBY THE W. 0. TELEGRAPH COMPART^EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE TRi-WEEKLY POST Congressional-Abyaalnnla-for the admission Thebill ofColorado^^Confirmation*^Iff ore Imaesrh- j^mrnt articles^ The Southern Con-^^entlona^ Pension!^Lieut. (,en'l^Sherman nominated General by^Brevet^Admiral Kngle Dead^^Breeken ridge^Petition from citi^^zens of Alabama^New Cable acrosa^the Atlantic. Tallabase, Feb. 12.^The majority Conven^tion entered a protest against the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 15 February 1868

POETRY, TgE~llUNTANA l'OST, SAT U RD A V, FEBRUARY 15, 1868 SATURDAYM1CHT. atcan* ol ths week ar* all ended,^It, torts and its labors are. o'er, HujoJ* thmt witb ^or1^0^^ blended, j'tu'llbless or oppress us no morn. frithhand! idly folded w^'f^ sitting Withinthe red lire-light's glow,^IKiiu slowly the daylight's flitting, s,rjddenser the world-shadows grow. Ohwell, if onr loads hare been Iightene^l, r words of affection and love,^^gd well if the ways hare been brightened^gr li-ht from the radian o above. fhtrt'smany an eye that is weeping^(j'er treasures on garnered and fled :^^ad many a heart that is keeping Iutryst wi .h a lore that is dead. tt think of them now in our gladnesi,^And pray the good father to bless Thehearts that are heary with sadness,^With troable or sorrow oppressed. jjowdark seems the way, and how dreary, Whenfriendship and fortune are fled.^Oh. life must be lonely and weary,^When hope and ambition are dead. Thebastest hands may well rest then^In peace through th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 15 February 1868

6 THEJOSH BILLiNbS PAPERS PtM NAT^AL HISTORY. TkaAlligator fs n^* a natiflT of Nu England; he is too assies* a critter tew^be bora there. Hebelong* down Souf and reaidee in^the tame swamp that the copperhead das. Helire* upon raw piga and don'thes-^itate tew take them whole if thare doo'^happen to be a smaller oae hand j. Heiz also fond of a little nigger once^in a while, bj way of a fresh^w XfcfsrAra axuphibactia sad several^other lands of com too plenty to men-^shun. Whaton earth they are good fori^don't seem to know, unless it iz tew^watch for piga Theirhides kan be tanned into leather^bat they are az hard tew Pkinas a Seech^tree iz, end the leather, when fanned, is^just about as limber ss a cooking store.^But one pair or boots made out ov alli^^gator, will last az long az a man's name^duz; the only way tew wear them out iz^tew heave them awsy Alligatormeat iz not lucions. If you^ask for it at the fust-klass hotels, they^will si was tell yon ^that they Asa jiat^out.^ It tasts as ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 15 February 1868

THEMOi^rATA~FW, .SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1^68T POETRY. SLEIGHINGSONG. ktgeorge ALTUD TOWSKSD. Its11J S1oW* beneath the wows, [armwhite betwixt Ui^ hills,^(y jomdS awentaesnrt'a wtk NwpM^rrom b'r *haP** of lacay crape*, BjdiaplM ad it thrills. CBOftUS. |eart,lo - 'he wctM is jbcw ;^jj,^ ^com*,^ and the heart says ^go; nottobt chilly, by my -ide, my lilly :'.^- warmest in the snow. cutter^waits lig-ht at her fates ;^f^ ponies champ and neigh :^feel her foot upon their fur dead wolves, for the touch of her, i)mot bound back to-day V leigh-bellsrpeak, as down the peak theringinc ices slide,^je froia her hair the ribbon flies,^colors rise ripe to her eyes, rwift, to hashed we ride. treamsare cold, tke home* are old,^Xa* orchards gnarled and bare;^[all the world I am most yoang ;^|^U uafung by tune or tongue, feelshe ii aiost fair. wilddeer peer almost in fear,^She i* so straight, no chaste;^eagles scream down where they hide, (jpit-*h^^r pride to see me glide,^It band around her waist. ai...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 15 February 1868

THEMONTANA POST. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 15, 1868. TheMontana Post OT~KAGKIVTf. A.B. Hamh.TO!^, is ear Agent at Fort Bint* a. Kla. J. Smith U oar Agent at BacnacA. J.m. fbr, Sterling, Hot Spring District. Geo.^. BtawrLiwe*;, Skkrer Creek. J.m- Mum, Seller Boar. Cv * ^ 1 JakkStuart. Deer Lodge. Wordkx*Co., Hell Oat*. Agencyof Post, SB Bridge wint, fillies JOHXtemple, Junction City.^W. P. PAMOM, Gsflbrtia City.^El). ALLFIELD, German Gulch. H.H. Hath a awt. Highland District.^P. Chubch, Summit City.^ejMTMEtX * Oa., Oenfederate-Quteb.^B. C. Jowwue*. Black foot. I.n. BUCK, Boulder Valley. Warn^ I W. Joxes, Reynolds' City, Elk Creek,^8. V. HaXL, Beartown.^J. W. Magki-kbt, Rocker City.^J. 8. William*, 8l Louia, Ma^L- P. Fwirea. Baa Francisco, Cal.^j B^gTaanTtt t peseta Ca,Leeeburgh, Salmoa Ki ver Mine*^Baubek, Bear Gulch and adji axsqnfobx^, Batte City.^George M. Brock. Beartown. M.^Davw Wilson, Bozeman City. CALENDARFOB Common.Council.^Thi* aufftigt body arlllbe called together this evening to...

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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 February 1868

THEMONTANA POST. A Wewgpaper, Demoted to the Mineral, Agricult^l emd Commercial IntereBtB of Montepa Territory. I WHOLENO. ifo.' VOL.4, NO. ^27, VIRGINIACITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1868. TheMontana Post. 0.*. TILTON * CO.. - - - - PUBLISHERS contentsof this number. Pa.e 1 ^ Practical Nationality | Self Prat^Hue ;^Proceeding* of Republican Central Committee j^Before you Start; The Salt Lake Tragedy; Ap^^peal for Arm* ; Editorial Note* ; Miscellaneous. Page2.^The Sweetwater Mines; Frost Silver^Bow ; Telegrams | The United States supreme^Coart. Page3.^Pea and Scissors; Churches aad Socie-^Ssa Page4.^ Telegrams | PaB 5.^About the Country ; Pen and Scissors:^If iscellaneoos.. Pack6.^FrasaGaHatin Valley; From Sterliag.^Pack 7.^Poetry^The Outside Dog; in the Fight;^The Josh Billings Papers : Virginia and Helena MarketReports.^Pa'.e 8^Virginia and Helena Locals ; Virginia LetterList. PRACTICALNATIONALITY. TheNew York World of m recent date^contained a characteristic letter from^th...

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. — 22 February 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. — 22 February 1868

THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAY, FEBRUART 22, 1868. HOXTASAPOST. jATI BDAY JlORM^it. FEB. 2 2. I'lN ARD S( ISMRS. TheWest.^Tbu bill t^ i*corporate the Idaho,^Oregon and Pug%t S ^und Railroad com-^yaa*. pro{k^JB8 to t^s* in Sidney Dillon, T.C. Durant, Bri-rbani Young and oth^^ers, and their successors, the power to^build a railroad from a point on the^Union Pacihe, between Green river and^118 degrees thirty minutes west longi^^tude, north to Snake rirerTaHey: thence^northwaeterlr to Columbia River valley;^thence t-^ Portland, Oregon ; thence to^Puget Sound. The company asks for^.^wry aPernate section ot public, non-^niioeral lands, to the amount of twenty^alternate sections per mile on each side^of the railroad line, tf^ be granted when^^ever any twenty miles are built ; and^also for I'nited States bonds, payable in^legal tender, to the amount of $10,000^per mile through plain and ^S'2,000^through mountain routes, for which a^second mortgage to the United States^shall be giren on the enti...

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