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

__THE?1QNTANA POST. A TILTON, ^ CO., Editors ^ Proprietors. ^ . * MyCo_ntry, May she Always be right, But My Country, Eight or Wrong. - TE*MS:-$7,50 In Gold Per Tear in Advance V^L' L CITY OF VIRGINIA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1865. NO. 31 -^-*^-^ mv_ . I ??????????????????????????????^?M,'?Mt^?^^^^ll^^^M^^^^^^'^II*l^l^tl^*1? z===^ \] Tj. W. Tilton, ^ Co., p p. tf. Tiltox. Bex. R. Dittes. f PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. ^ 0 Office at tne City Book Store, Corner I of ^Wallace and Jackson Streets. TERMS, IN GOLD: QM copy, one year .... - $750 One copy, six months, .... 4.00 ' 0^e copy, three months, .... o.50 Hales of Advertising* Business cards, (five lines or leas,) one year $20 00 m ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ six months, 15 00 a ^ n ^ ^ ^ three months 10 00 . One square one year, (ten lines or less) 40 00 0_s square six months ^ ^ ^ '^ 25 00 One square, three months ^ - ^ 15 00 Quarter column, one year, 60 00 u ^ six months 45 00 . ^ ^ three ^ 30 00 \ Half column, one year, 90 00 v ^^ f...

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. — 25 March 1865

iht HJotttauaf? 0sst.|g ii. W. TILTON A CO., Proprietors. lv 8 Ame VIRGINIA CITY, M. T. ' the 1 . 0 on 1 Saturday. - - - March 25th, 1865. KjJ ^Ling Threatened Conies at Last.*' By a dispatch which came over the wires ? from Omaha, the news reaches us, of the any evacuation of Charleston. A break in the men neighborhood of Laramie prevents our be- i0 M ing able to add that the news ia confirmed: Port is r hut this is of little real importance, for jt ia enough is known to put it beyond all doubt, droj that the backbone of the rebellion is broken, ne 1 and that there is nothing more now left to ?0U ... . , eayi arrest the victorious march of Sherman, or bras to save the guilty city from the desolation mea and obliteration with which it will be visit- Jou ed. Those who have studied military mat- ?ott tors have, for some timej forseen the inev- eu81 itable termination of the struggle; and We how, with glad hearts and streaming eyes, abo munv a lone widow and bereaved mother ^ ' . in t ...

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. — 25 March 1865

pecu XHE ONLY PAPER IN THE TERRITORY ' Fon ^ ry st OIK AGEJiTS. p Hugh Glenn, of Virginia City, is our authorised j. Agent to receive subscriptions, and moneys for ^ same. His recipt will be good. I 84 Maj. Upson, of Fort Benton, is our authorized wa| agent at Fort Benton and vicinity. . Jl Rowlings A Co., at Silver Creek ; la 1 Mb. T. J. Mebrill, at Prickly Pear; ^ Also the Carrier, going from this city to Fort Tien ton : JJ. The Post-Master, at Bannock City ; * M>^ Also the Post-Master at Salt Lak--j; o'cl Mb. J*8, Stuabt at Deer Lodge. Mb, Frank Worden, at Hell Gates - Dp.. Ovebmeas, at Summit- evei X. N. Lewis, of Summit Valley District, Deer Lodge County. ^j W. S. Heath, Helena, Edgerton County. LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS. col 1 res^ Lope Mining in Summit District.^ The richest, of if not the largest, gold mining district in Montana, as yet discovered, is Summit district at the head of Alder creek, nine miles south of Virginia city. *en Numerous rich discoveries were made there d...

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. — 25 March 1865

-, AW ACT Tb To preserve the District Records in relation ~Tfc to Leads, Lodes and Ledges. cal g Be it enacted by the Legislative Assembly of draf I the Territory of Montana : | fr0D( fj 1. ^ That all mining district records of j dian all Leads, Lodes and Ledges, Ranche, Water I ers ; or mill claims that are now, or shall be de- Alba posited within tbe next ninety days here- they after succeeding the passage of this act, in habi their respective County Recorder's office, the ] are now, and shall become a part and par- then eel of said County Records, and shall be char evidence in any court or courts of compe- insu tent jurisdiction. Seve 2 0^ That it shall be the duty of allmin- volu ing district recorders to file any and all re- dowi cords pertaining to all Leads, Lodes, will i Ledges, Ranche, Water and Mill claims in But] their respective County Recorder's Office, inov^ within ninety days from and after the pas- face ^age, approval and the printing in the Mon- bee * tana Post of t...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 1 April 1865

?THE?QNTANA POST. B. W. TILTOH, * CO., Editors ^ Proprietors. ..,,,^.. ^ . v ., T . ~ ' ====?=======z__==_ *T C0BItry' *^? *^ Alw^y^ 1^ right, But My Country, Bight or Wrong. ^ TEEMS:~*7,60 In Gold P.r Tm in AiniM V0L' l: CITY OF VIRGINIA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1865. NO. 32. Ihc Montana = ===== =r D. W. Tilton, ^ Co., D. W. Tiltok. Bkn. R. Dittb s. fri PCSLISSEBS AKD PROPRIETORS. Office at the City Book Store, Corner be ^I Wallace and Jackson Streets. ^ TERMS, IN GOLD: Oct copy, one year, .... $7.50 One copy, six months, - 4 00 fl One copy, three months, - 2.50 Bates of Advertising-. Bsrinesj cards, (five lines or leas,) 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 ^ ^ six months 45 00 ^ ^ three ^ 30 00 C Half column, one year, 90 00 v- ^ ^ six months, 60 00 wl ^ ^ three months 45 00 ...

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. — 1 April 1865

Ihc jfHontaua 5^st. I). W. Til. '!'^>> 3c CO., Proprietors. 1 VIRGINIA CITY, M. T. J Saturday, - - - - April 1st, 1865. I ^ I ^ ^ ^ , t Our New Suit ot Clothes. , ^ Necessity knows no law,^ and the Post j appears to-day in a dubiously colored suit c which even the fond fancy of an Editor t cannot recognize as the ^ pink ^ of perfec- * tion. Enough white paper fiV a year's con- ? sumption has been long lying at Salt Lake, j and will be forwarded as soon as a wagon ? wheel can turn on the road, leaving the hub c clear. Tho Express Company will carry nothing but a few mail bags, the horrible t state of the roads entirely precluding the t transmission of freight. Till the advent of fair weather aud passable roads, wc shall j endeavor to present this journal to our ; readers, in the best form possible, either ou 1 paper, shingles or (if we are wound up 1 tight) the caudal appendage of an inside j blouse. We will never say die while there's j a shot in the locker. ! Still Onward Flo...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 1 April 1865

~~ ^ ^^ man, J THE ONLY PAPER IN THE TERRITORY one H ;r ~ ^ -zr?rr: ficulty OUR AGENTS. ranch Hi gh Glexx, of Virginia City, is our authorized the 1*1 Agent to receive subscriptions, and moneys for ter obl j?ne. His recipt will be good. JLvj. Urscx, of Fort Benton, is our authorized PoL1 agent at Fort Benton and vicinity. blank; Geo. 8. Rowlings A Co., at Silver Creek: L, m Mb. T. J. Merrill, at Prickly Pear; . , Also the Carner, going from this city to Fort to lnd Benton : a breai The Post-Master, at Bannock City; By wa Also the Post-Master at Salt Lake; Grahai Mb- Jas. Stcart at Deer Lodge. and di Mr, Frank Worbex, at Hell Gates Du. Over* fax, at Summit. Pin T. N. Lewis, of Summit Valley District, Deer omcer LodgeCounty. ft. S. Heath, Helena, Edgerton County. ery-lii a???S^^5^Sz?^WSii^SS!!^??^^i8t*M?P?*i tiify h LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS. discha The Prospects of Gulch Mixing ox Alder Creek.^ The distinctive peculiarity of enterprise in a mining country, b its intensity. Everything rel...

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. — 1 April 1865

Abstract ot the License Law. $ I.^ There shall be levied and collected by the tax collector, a license for the year A. D., 1865, commencing on the first day of March, as follows : Sach billiard tabic, per quarter, $20. Theatre per day, $5 ; per month, $50. Opera or Concert, Dance House, Hurdy Gurdy House, Minstrel, Sleight of Hand Performers, Ledgerdemain, shows and ex^ hibitions, per day, $5 ; per month, $50. Insurance companies, per year, $50. Pawnbroker, per quarter, $50. Intelligence office or assayer, per quar^ ter, $15. Professional men, per year, $20. $ 2. ^ Persons buying or selling inland bills of exchange, loaning money at inter^ est, buying or selling notes, bonds or other evidence of indebtedness either of a private or public nature, or gold dust, gold or silver bullion, keepers of savings banks, common carriers of coin or bullion are divided into five classes as follows : Glass 1. ^ Those doing a business of $200,000 per quarter, $100. Class 2.^ Those doiug a business o...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 8 April 1865

THE MONTANA POST. J. W. TTXTOkT* CO., Editor! ft Proprietor!. . _. , = MyC0^'ty'lt,y^'eAlw*T^ *^ right, B^t My Cowitry, Bight .r Wrong. - TEBMS:..^7.^^ In 0,14 Por Te^r in Ad^,^ V0L- L CITY OF VIRGINIA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1865. NO. 33. Ibe >Hont;tua ?ost - ^ D. W. Tilton, ^ Co., P. W. Ttltox. Bn. R. Dtttes. E rr BLI*B^RS AXD PROPRIETOR*. o tf if * at f City Book Store, Comer or of Wall., .c aad Jackson Streets. b* TERMS, IN GOLD : ~ One copy, one yesr, - - - - 47.50 One copy, six months, .... 4.00 u One copy, three months, - 2.50 Kates of Advertising. Business cud?, (live 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 ^ ^ me square, three months ^ ^ ^ 15 00 Quarter column, one year, 60 00 ^ M six months 45 00 ^ ^ three ^ 30 00 Bali column, one year, 90 w f ^ H six months, 60 00 *^ ^ ^ three months 45 00 wl One column, one year, 150 00...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 8 April 1865

^~ did i j>. w. TULTOIC ^ CO., Prssprtetsswa. zert8 VIRGINIA CITY, M. T. Ber*. o shou Saturday, ^ - - - April 8th, 1885. g?a ceed Tw^ ffnnsi NeTer Make a Right. xne a of p The quiet and orderly current of our **** every day life haj been somewhat broken 0f t in upon, this week, by an attempt on the How part of a number of deluded people to reg- City ulate commerce by mob law and violence. ? * Happily, for all parties, and more especial- jng ly for the people engaged in this unlawful left enterprise, thc firmness of the authorities sncn and tbe unmistakable preponderance of physical force on the side of law and order, wa^ at once quelled the excitement, and the not crowd dispersed without an arrest or a a sl blow struck; tranquility being at once jj?* restored. wa] The price of flour had lately risen with mai great rapidity, until it had reached over stre $40 persack in gold. The advance in value was owing, in a great measure, to the un* v,;0. precedented severity of the weather a...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 8 April 1865

malSimnWmwWmm? of THEONLY PAPER IN THE TERRITORY ^ Ol It AGENTS. p Hugh Glenn, of Virginia City, ia our authorized Agent to receive subscriptions, and moneys for sic same. His recrpt will be good. liv Maj. FrsoN, of Fort Benton, is our authorized in agent at Fort Benton and vicinity. . .of Geo. S. Rowlings A Co., at Stiver Creek; Mb. T. J. Merrill, at Prickly Pear; Also the Carrier, going from this city to Fort Fi Benton; - ^ *h The Post-Master, at Bannock City ; ba Aho the Post-Master at Salt Lake ; fo Mb. Jas- Stcart at Deer Lodge. * lo Mb, Frank Worben, at Hell Gates Sl Dn. Ovbrmean, at Summit. T. N- Lewis, of Summit Valley District, Deer Lodge County. ca W. S. Heath, Helena, Edgerton County. la ^ ? assaajaa ^ ^ st: LOCAL. AND OTHER ITEMS. tb to ^ ja Rich Assats.^ Every week brings with it cheer- in ing tidings confirming the reports of wealth, present and prospective, to be found in all quarters tll around and about Alder Gulch. New lodes are be- 3 ins constantly discovered^ som...

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. — 8 April 1865

SI nance* of tbe Territory of lion* tana. So little is known by the inhabitanti generally of tha financial condition and liabilities of this Terri- ta tory, in her extreme infancy, exercising the nine- IS tions of self government, and her liabilities being fo looked upon by the unadvised with distrust as though she might yet cancel them by bankruptcy ora plea of minority, I hare thought it proper to publish a sy^ nopsis of tbe laws concerning them, and the dutiss m of tbe various officers therewith connected, showing ra^ the ample provision made for their liquidation and m the efficient machinery immediately to be put in motion lor its accomplishment. The fact that the liabilities of some other Territories have been of little worth, is no criterion by which to judge ours. We are unlike such. Neither is there a mark of consistency,(even if disloyalty has riveted itself deep ch in our midst, and accustomed itself to war against li t the general government, her laws and her tender), in...

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. — 15 April 1865

THE MONTANA POST. p. W. TILTON, 4 CO., Editors ft Proprietor!. .. n^,*,.. ^ . . , ^ 1 Z ^ ~~~~ ^ _ *T C^1^itllr' M>y >he 1)6 right, B^t My Country, EightorWrong. ^ TEEM8:-|7,60 In Poll Per Ttmr in Adranoe VQL> ll CITY 0F VIRGINIA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1865. NO. 34. f he Montana ?ost At1 D. W. Tilton, ft Co., t^ n. W. TrtTO!^. Beji. R. Dittu. ^ f CBLISHERS AND PROPRIKTORS. Office at the t ity Rook Store, (Jitruer of Wallace and Jnckbon Street*. TERMS, IN GOLD: C One copy, one year, .... |y.50 *h Out copy, six months 4.00 Oaa copy, three months, ^ J..50 Hate* of Advertising;. Bannsss esrds, (five lines or less,) ons year $20 00 A u ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ gix months, 15 00 -tl u ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ three months 10 00 i One square one year, (ten lines or less) 40 GO Ons square six months ^ '^ M ^ 25 00 ODSsqaare, three months ^ ^ ^ 15 00 q: Quarter column, . on e year, 60 00 ^ ^' six months 45 00 V] ^ ^ three ^ SO Of , Bslf column, ons year, 90 00 ^ ^ six months, 60 00 ^ ^^ ^ three ...

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. — 15 April 1865

S*. Wv TILTOS * CO., Pr.prleur*. wri VIRGINIA CITY, M. T. p^J Saturday, . . - ^ April 15th, 1865. ^E ^ wTTm?mJuummmaaaamammmmaamammmmmmmm*mlSB the The rail of Richmond. loj ^ ^ ber The news that Hashed over the wires, Get confirming the report of the capture of ten Richmond has brought joy to many a loyal *r.e heart. The first dispatch from Omaha, g?s ^igued by Carletou, the chief of the Salt em Lake office, was received there on the even- tor ing of the 3d, aud the confirmatory tele- gram bears date ^ Chicago, April 3d, 10 p. Tej. m. The Intelligence is indeed welcome, the There is a prospect ^ a certainty ^ that tbe ma end of this contest is fast approaching. H( The resources of the South are exhausted; i the people ara dispirited, and the Boldiera p0 deserting by hundreds daily. Almost every i the city of strategic importance ia captured, ! thi and the remainder must follow suite. Soon cei .will war, cruel, unrelenting war, be over, | cle and the star-lit emblem of tho free, wave...

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. — 15 April 1865

j?gpyLY PAPER IN THE TERRITORY ^ ci' f Ol'R AGENTS. W BpflH Gle>t^> of Virginia City, ia our authorised J* irtot -^ receive subscriptions, and moneys for N **T Hi^ recipt will be good. ny. *M4j. Crsox. of Fort Benton, is our authorized ^ ' tfH>t at Fort Benton and vicinity. th (jso. S- Rowlixos A Co., at Silver Creek ; 01 jjn. T. J. Merrill, at Prickly Pear; m Also the Carrier, going from this city to Fort m - Baton; Tbe Post-Master, at Bannock City; Also the Post-Master at Salt Lake; jg jls. Ja3. Stuart at Deer Lodge. re j(H' Frank Wobdes, at Hell Gates ? Pb. Overseas, at Summit. tl \, N. Lewis, of Summit Valley District, Deer ea rgdre County. j] S. Heath, Helena, Edgerton County. tb ](t. J. S. Williams, No. 1.18 North Third street, n^ St, Louis, Mo., is our Eastern Agent. m ' LOCAL AND OTHER ITEN1SL ^ Montana Theatre. ^This attractive place of jyjc amusemeDt opened on Monday, under the 81 jjBtgement of Collins A Co., with the celebrated nj ?roa, ^Uncle Tom's Cabin.^ The c...

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. — 15 April 1865

Letter from Sliver Bow. th po April 3d, 1865. cM ' Editor Post : ^The long and dreary win* nn0 ter has at length passed away, and we are ap now enjoying the most delightful spring- an like weather that I have ever seen in any *j country. The snow baa almost entirely disappeared, leaving mother Earth naked ch of her fleecy covering. The miners are of taking advantage of the abdication of Jack in Frost, and are busily engaged in digging P^ the drains and other work preparatory to t taking out money.. Already a large num- g ber are sluicing on the bars, taking out wc from ten to twenty dollars per day to the be hand, while dozens of men are employed ry, with that more primitive mining agent, tho gj rocker, all of whom are making good wages. ,?r' Ia the various dry gulches men are at work J* hauling the dirt, all of which is washed at m: the creek, and a number are known to havo be rocked out as high as fifteen dollars per P* day. Those working with rockers on the ap bars are doing even...

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. — 22 April 1865

__THE_MQNTANA POST. p. W. TILTON, ^ CO., Editors ^ Proprietors. ..MvCft1infrv ~ TT v . v ~ J my Lountry, May she Always be right, But Hy Country, Right or Wrong. ^ TERMS: --$7,60 In Gold Per Year in Advanee V0L' L CITY OF VIRGINIA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1865. NO. 35 ike fgutttaita fast * _ A D. W. Tilton, ^ Co., ^.. ti y W. Ttltox. Bsfcfc R. Dittes. ~ PCBLISHEB3 AITS PnCrRlETOBS. Office at the city Book Store, Corner 0i Wallace ana Jackson Streets. TERMS, IN GOLD: ( foe copy, one year, - - - - $7.50 * Oie eopv, six montha, .... 4.00 0a^ copy, three months, - 2.50 Bates of Advertising. jonneas cards, (five lines or less,) one year $20 00 >^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ six months, 15 00 1 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ three montha 10 00 fae square one year, (ten lines or less) 40 00 One square six montha ^ ^ ^ ^ 25 00 Oss-quare, three months ^ ^ ^ 16 00 g Quarter column, one year, 60 00 ^^ ^ six months 45 00 A ^ ^ three ^ 30 00 Jslf column, one year, 90 00 ^ ^ six months, 60 00 - ^ ^ three montha 46 ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 April 1865

She ||j0ttt^tt^ ^ 05t. S l>. XV. Tll.TOJf A CO., Proprietors. VIRGINIA CITY, M. T. p Saturday, ^ - ^ - April 22d, 1865. t; ^ ^ ^ ^ a to. mi: at last. P By the last mail, we have received the fi confirmation of the surrender of General J Lee and his army. Practically speaking, _ this is the end of the rebellion. For this k crowning victory to our arms let the thanks 8 of a grateful nation ascend to the Great . Disposer of Events, and may the future f career of the Republic be as prosperous as t Liberty and Peace can make it. ^ THE FLOUR DIFFICULTY. ^ One of the most sacred duties of a ^ journalist, as well as one of his most | honorable privileges, in a free country, is ^^ the thorough discussion of all questions c affecting the public weal, and the relentless 1 exposure and refutation of all those so- phistical arguments and subterfuges by ( which men seek to justify crimes against 1 their fellows, committed with a view to the 1 self aggrandizement of the few, at tho ex- ? pense ...

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 April 1865

g^efi$i>utatia ftost. J ' ^ and thTonly paper in the territory sm0] ^ ... I rest, Ol It AGENTS. cau( Hugh Glenn. of Virginia City, is our authorized fori >gent to receive subscriptions, and moneys for roui wme. His recipt will be good. , . MAJ. Upson, of Fort Benton, is our authorised went at Fort Benton and vicinity. The 6uo. S. Bowlings A Co., at Silver Creek; groi Mb. T. J. Merrill, at Prickly Pear; and Also the Carrier, going from this city to Fort caul Benton ; stea The Post-Master, at Bannock City ; the Also the Post-Master at Salt Lake; as p Mr. Jas. Stuart at Deer Lodge. the MR, Frank Worden, at Hell Gates ing Dr. Overmeak, at Summit. ^ ^ T. N. Lewis, of Summit Valley District, Deer atec Lodge County. the W. S. Heath, Helena, Edferton County. quii Mr. J. S. Williams, No. 108 North Third street. Wi] gt. Louis, Mo., is our Eastern Agent. and LOCAL, AND OTHEH ITE?TIS. mai hist Flour. ^ On Tuesday last, tbe citizens were in- JJJ? formed that large bodies of men, armed and ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 April 1865

An Act -Tal Regulating the Fees of Officers, Jurors and Wit- ? nessfts. Ev Be it enacted by the Legislative Assembly of the So] Territory of Montana : Fees or CtxnKS op District Court. r Filing each document required to be filed $0 20 coi For issuing summons or other process ne t here- Tw in expressly named and sealing the same 1 00 ^ For subpoena, provided that only one subpoena Tet shall be issued on tbe part of the plaintiff i or defendant, nrless requested by the parties 1 00 Sb For taking appeal bonds, 1 50 t For taking bonds for costs, 75 Fo Filing and opening each deposition, 25 i Eentering each suit on docket for trial, 1 00 An For entering each order, default or rule of ] court, 75 [F For each discontinuance or non suit, 75 , For each de iimus to take depositions, 1 50 | For calling and swearing each jury, 50 Fo For swearing each witness in court, 25 For swearing any person to an affidavit and fil i ing the same 50 For entering each final judgment in a case 60 For entering ...

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