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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 January 1869

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22. TheMontana Post FKIIMV IWORNINV JAN. 93d. SouthAmkritan advices re|s^rt the^iiscovery of extensive gold at Santa^Itosa, Chili, creating great excitement. Itis fiaid that one green tarleton dress^pattern contain* enough arsenic to kill^three men, liut then a dress if* not taken^internally. There'*poison enough in almost any^kind of dress for one man. INDIANAHKNATOR. .HONTANAAPPOINTJIKNTS. TheIndiana S^oatorship was \ery lu addition to the Press dispatch giv^much like the Governorship of Mon- ^n in another column mentioning the^tana, many aspirants, and only otie of- appointment of SC. 1*. Langtord tor 0OO Wemean to fight it out on this line,^and keep the old Democratic colors^rNDKit which Jefferson and Jackson^tought dying at tin- masthead.^Gazette. Afrank admission. But how much^ot this kind of wilting concession to get j the Loganaport District fice.The dispatches state that lion.^Will Turnback, of Creeusburgh. Lieut.^Governor elect, was nomina...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 January 1869

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22. WAPOMTMDWOM VMM POST. MontanaLegislature Dltwrrr Printing--tiroloalst-^lorl^al Kot-lrt). HttiHorn ( ounl; renamed Vaughn.^X 9mm ^ ounl) t reated.^Thr House Honors Itsell. Historical Viilcij^ Kniin Dm^son ( mini). UNpaMsaVi Thi^ in 11 Siaarrai m^%mmmm ^mahi in, of all extra BsaMwaaatiaa. 'Irr!nVtt^3atl^ ^^j7alJ Is^aa John ^ Rnckfpllnw, ^a^r., commit tfpon Wav^ nn^l Moans. No notion lakoti^CJ R N.^^ H^. (or liierWiof of I It Uwn.^lions,., f m.^^ .1 R No II. t,, at I Tint for^the currf rlli.n o| tt,i^ laws; rul*-^ ^u-|i^^nd^'d^ami ^^:I. 0H No 4ri, an ni't lo provide a contingent^fun.I foi the aasaaaal ot Jaa*a-J of the dis^^trict court*. R^terred to coiniuittee ol Way*^ami Mean*. No action. CJKNo I.' authoriting tin- Auditor to -u-^etc. K''aJ ^.| tiui^^, rule:- tufpeniied anil^[^aa-^-J. Onmotion. Kill* Baal Mil.1-ton were ap^^pointed a i-omiuittee to wait upon the Gov^einor anil Matrtain if it ^ti^ hi* pleasure to^iii ikean.v luith^r riiuinuinicati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 January 1869

4 THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, J A N 0 A li V 22. TheMontana Post. Kt AO A. JAN.2'id. HonHenry ti. RmM, QBMrMH of^Nevada, deliverial his MMp to the^laMjkMl 'ire, in Carson City, Jan. 5. Con^grntulating them mm tItmnm ot^^In- country to fraternal unity, and the^victory of ||m principles ol constitti^^ional liberty, lie revert* to tlieir MM^lor gratitude in abundant hnveste, t'ue^progress of the State in the develop-^MM ^^^ material interests, the pros^^perity of all classes, anil the intusiou ol^new life and energy into bottom by^the construction of the Central Pacific^Bail road. The Heports of the Auditor^and Treasurer not having heen re-^wived, the financial condition ot the^State could not be given with exacti^^tude. The totnl indebtedness, however,^ia $589,000, of which $500.(aM^ are l*^nd^ed. The. halance in the Treasury ia^$114,857. The receipts, from all HMM^of revenue except the sale of bonds, tor^mmmmtk approximates $340,000. The^disbursements were $330,000. including^$140,000 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 January 1869

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22. RhPORTEBFon THE POST MMKI *^*'o\. ^ I,. Le.;allxlMv^ ^|n ^oMtra't^. ^^^^oti MvNfl Ml ThrHome AdTrno to Pacific Kail^Hoad^. KKr.vities. remo- -outh. MM Amemorial was presented a.kmc; vh!^^t' the |^'^iitio:iI disabilities of ^^intendenrs i^f Insane Asylums in tK^Referred. Sherman,from the /inane* Committee, re-^|M^rt*^J ^ bill l-ciliiin,; run contract.^. The^second section ^ppropriates $140,000,1100 from^^hoice lor .Senator, but Tipton die t u-tom- receipts annually lo pay interest^ami reduce the principal of the public debt.^It is said the amount I- to be m lieu of the^-mkine fund, provided in the act of Feb. 25,^IStVi. Section three provide* for the exchange^^I greenbacks in -urn- of not 1-ss than $50 for^bonds payable in coin, redeemable in ten, and^valid and will Vote for him for payable in forty years, bearing five per cent,^rill arrived on Saturday, ac Nenatonihlp*. Albany.Jaw. 17 -The Republican legisla^^tive caucus I ist night nominat-d Go...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 January 1869

G THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22. TheMontana Post. FKIDAY HIORKIN6, JAN. tMl Termsof Subscription -. do.do. 1 year, Oo.column, 1 insertion,. do. do. 1month.. - ado 3 do. .. 6' do. .. do.1 ynr LocalNotice.^On* dollar per line^Lnna or leaa ; 75 ccuU per line for ten lines^50 rent* i^er line for eleven liaea or more. IKI .n ^^ . on 00 . 140 00 M'^ f.r three /V1fx. II. B^^!ttti**, Ijot'ii! BAltsa* THE CITY. Fromthe Daily of Friday. Coal.Mink.^ Wo Lad the pleasure ul^learning from Messrs. O'Bannon and Mine^who bate just returned from a trip down the^road, that there exi.-t.- upon the hank' of the^Dearborn a maguificent coal vein. It crop*^out upon the mmmit of a sandstone bluff^^pon the south back of the Dearborn, about^a quarter of a mile from the station. The^width of the vein i.- from nine to twelve feet,^and it. extend*, a^ evidenced by the cropping:-,^some half a mile or more. Ihere extendi on^the north tide a sand-stone formation about^ten miles wide, while on the south for t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 January 1869

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22. M.A. Lindsley tCo. V'holewale JOHNKINNA. Sa.vi.crs,Wiij^rt it ^^., WINK,AN D LiquorMerchants. HaveaVJjMMsl their place of bu^i-^aws at the ^^I^1 stand of Vivion's,^^^n NUDGEand WOOD STREETS^Helena, M. T. They offer to^dealers the only complete stock of^this class of tjooils ever brought to^this market. Our stock of 70REIGNWINES AND LIQURS 1*extensive as that of auy Job-^bin^; House in the States. These^good* have all been purchased^froiu First Hands upon the most^favorable terms, and will be offer^^ed to dealers by the Package or^otherwise. Purchasersare informed that^this Ptoek of goods is so extensive,^that their wants can be supplied^for an indefinite period, without^making any change in the quality j^of the articles that they may adopt !^for use Our stock of BourbonWhisky, Embracesa variety of brands^well-known to the trade. Our^Stock of BRANDIES.Coibist of the celebrated brands of^Pinct, Castellon ^fc Co., and Thos.'^Hine *fc Co.,^of.variou...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 January 1869

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22. TheMontana Post PublishedDaily and Weekly IIytiik MontanaPost Publishing Company TO.NO MAIN' ttm IIKI.KXA. ;^:^.n. pimnky, manaukk. Addre**all BuaineM Crminunications, MONTANA POST PUB. CO.^^Address iCi Corrreapoudenoe fi.r Publication. EDITOR MONTANA POST OIK auent8. HlTsnN A MENKT. Nut York Tim.* Building.^.4 Park Kow are the ^.,!. agents fur Montana^POUT for Ihe Kwirm Plate*. Mtk! tx Yantiv Bole Agent, fur Chicago^aod vicinity. WT. Hamilton. Port Rffltim. Mr.A. J. Smith. Bwnnack. .1.M. Plt^H. Sterling Hot Spring District Bf.Il.rSOF.R St ALLEN. Silver Bow. jammstiakt. Deer Lodge WjOKliENaCo.. Hall Gate. W P. PaKSOU*. Gallatin City t.Nit holson German Gulch. Geo.Pekuy, Lincoln Oalch. OEo.Rapcii . Itadereburg. A.B. HAMILTON, Ban River Creasing. H.H. Hathaw ay Hirhland MMM F.CHfRCH, Summit Citv. K.C. JuHNSon. Blackf.s.'t. WBSLSVW. Jon eh. Reynolds' City. Elk Creek. J.8. WlI.UAMB. St. Lou in. Mo. L. P. FlBHEK. Ban Francisco. Cal. II.El.Lis a; Co.,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 January 1869

THEMONTANA POST. V Newipaper, I ^^^ \ ot ^^^l i ^^ the Mineral, .V^Tic\ilt\ii-al and Commercial InterestH of* Montana Territory. VOL.V, NO. 21. HELENA. MONTANA, FRIDAY. JANUARY 29, 1869. WHOLENO. 230 The.Montana Post. JA^ H. MILLS. - EDITOR ; i- .SC. I^Editor IN'NKV.and Manr.ger DIVISIONOF I TAIL OurI'tah cotemporaries are natural ly exercised over the proposition of Mr. Ashley to dismember that Territory and^i I a reel the greater |^ortion of II out to^I Colorado. Nevada ami Montana. The niea-ureis denounced by the \^ ^r* anil^. r . \\ a- postponed three T, lr^/rap^i, (Mormon.) and the liejtorti r,^^ ritftlM Ifcl Willi..nti Mormon, i It does not appear to Be,v.ouldnt the -offin need m , i! w IJ . expedient or insuring any practicaladvantages. If the object is^renw a* Ml^nill. in hib j to prevent the further growth and des^test:.- population of that i velopment of that absolute despotism knowsas Mt.ruionisM), the project of^Mr. AaUej is inadequate to the pur-^pose. 1: i.- merely cir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 January 1869

2 THE MONTANA 1M)ST. FRIDAY, JANUARY 2!^. TheHontaiiii Post. FKintv iiokmm; jam. intu Will ' writes a readable and sensi^^ble letter from Rochester District to the^Cincinnati Tutus. ^ Will,^ you favor^tis occasionally. TheSail Lake 'Telegraph, in the con^^clusion of a column ot Pharisaical cant^about Mormon virtu**, pay*: Letall men I - determine.' that Utah sh.T.11^be preserved ^whwf ^ igbteousr.ess shall flow^a* a river. That'sjust the enditim. The moat tit in in \^ed, an^l out of the mouth XilOSF.HKXOLI ril^s. TheHerald of last eveniug again^kicks out ot the traces l^y offering ^ an^additional excuse for pronouncing the^I'd inn Territorial ^ '..muni!. ^^ i.-.^n-.^and publishes the resolutions of the^Heraltl ring in the I^wis and Clarke^County Convention .a-t summer. It maybe some satisfaction to the Herald^to know that it has walk**.] into the^toils we have been spreading l^^r them.^If its editors do not find the cup 1 itter^which will lie held to their lips to-mor^^row, they wil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 January 1869

I THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, JANUARY 20. 3 UhPORTEDFOU TUK POST. '..iijcr^-^.^ioiiaJ. u-j'hinrton,Jan. ID.^The Senate in exe-^,. r i ^ I confirmed the nomina-^~ II. Wakefield for postmaster at^.^on.-iilered. for a short time UnitedStale*. ^We have men enough. All |^we want i^ arm* and inanition.- of w^-.^ ' They-eek recojnition a* belligerent*. M any^member^ of ( ongrers l.imr this. Itia stated negotiation* are pending between^several rhip builders* and agents of Greece tmt^building war veeiels ItL* stated Greece doea^not intend to abide the decirion of the con^^ference. NewYork, Jan. 21.^Pork ^ 1 .-**! rn-t and^steady at oOc; baef. moderate demand at $14* '^Jiy 50, new extra m^^; butter quiet at 40a50 forstate. NewYork. Jan. 21.^The Assessor of In- |^ternal Revenue for the district which incsad op- -with lireat Britain. The Ual1 street, claims that on the 21th, the 1 per^cent, levied on the capital stock of all doing^broker'.- bu.-inew should be extended to money^borrowed by tbem on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 January 1869

I THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, J A N U A R V 2t^. TheMontana Post. PKIOAY WOR^ I ^^*^ JAN. i9lh. narkTwain. Mark^strayed over to Chicago the^other day and spoke his piece, entitled^the ^American Vandal Abroad.^ The^Chicago Trib**ns gave hia lecture prom*,^inent notice, and finished the article^with the following tketch. which will^he appreciated by hia numerous* acqaain^tances in this n^ck of tL^^ woods. He^ha.* evidently set up a huge tiling re^^cently on the Good Templars^^^r else^on thu importers : MarkTwain 'Samuel G. Clement is^a gentleman of some notoriety, and his^^'fluxions are constantly making the^rounds of the press. The following^sketch will be interesting to those who^have not the pleasure ot his acquain^^tance. Blessed with long legs, he is tall,^reaching five feet ten inch*-s in his boots:^weight. 167 pounds: body lithe and^muscular: head r^und and well set on^considerable neck, and feet ot no size |^within the ken ot a shoemaker, so he^gets his boots and stockings alway...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 January 1869

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, JANUARY 2^^. .Misrr-'ioiial. PORTEDPOM THE POST. Mr-.t^iii^^lii Petition*. tr.-hin;!'^n. Dec. 25.^Tbe followi iitio*written^I .rier t^ l.iy presented to th n pe-^Senate. Mnot- paper, with heavy mourning^-^ President of the United Stated: TheSpeaker recapitulate] the business be^^fore the House. Washington,25th.^Senate.^Klmund.-jre- After di.^oussion. a motion to recom-^ported the bill repealing the Tenure of Offlceth^ I***^ resumption bill to the Com. act,with amendment!, leaving; the Cabinet mltt** on Banking, vzs carried,^member^ subject to removal at the will of the ^h* constitutional amendment and a bill^fl^ii^l iunng a recess of the Senate, and : relating to suffrage were postponed until^authormng him to suspend all other civil of- ***** tn# ^^^0^^^^^g hour, with the substitute*^! ficer* during such rec***, without tpecific evi- I offered by Bingham and other*.^! dence to justify the easpenMon.Bingham's subetitue provide^ that no State Stewart, from Ju...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 January 1869

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, J A X U A R Y 21^. Termsor Subscription: Oceeopy.one year,^* 00 do. i;x saooOls.5 00 so. three xeonths.3 SO Katesof Advertising: Bo.io^-^ Cant*. 5 lines or leas. 3 aarmth*..9 6 00 fit, do. do. 6 rjotitha...10 00 do. do. do. 1 yearIS 00 On*tquarr. tea lines or less. 1 insertion. ..4 00 do. do. do. I do.6 00 do. do. do. 1 month10 00 do. do. do. S do. 13 00 do. do, do. 3 do. If 00 do. do. do. 6 do. SS Ot) do. do. do. 1 year3S 00 Twosquares. 1 insertion.^ 00 do. S do, S 00 do. 1 SBOSth.H 00 do. a do, i* oo d... 3 do. *^ 00 do. ^ do. 40 00 do. 1 yew.^ 00 aeeighth column. 1 insertion.8 00 do 8 do. 12 00 do.do. 1 BSOBth,IS 00 do. do. 8 do25 00 da. do. 3 do. 30 00 do. do. 6 do. 50 00 do. do. 1 year70 00 One-sixthcolumn. 1 insertion10 00 do. do. 2 do. IS 00 do. do. 1 monthWOO do. do. 2 do.JO 00 do. do. 3, do.36 00 do. do. i do.55 00 do- d... 1 rear*^ 00 One-fourthColumn, 1 ioaertion13 00 do. do. 8 eax It 00 do. do. 1 month,34 00 do. do. 8 do. 36 00 do. do. 3 do45 00...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 January 1869

THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, JANUARY 29. BOOTSAND SHOES ! M.A. Lindsley dcCo. \^Vliol^-^;sil^ WINK.AM) 6URNEYA ^ ^^. Liquor Merchat-s. ....# m i t t* t% j^ii i tt i IIave opened their phu e of busi-^^ ///^/. E8A Lh *1 EMAIL | nes8 at^he oM~ VivionV on BRIDQSrm.l Wool) snUOCTS^PI Helena, M. T. They offer to dealersthe only c omplete stock ot* .nTTnr,n Uim elstssof -_r'^^^ls everbnMHrht t^ BOOTS AND SHOES, this market. OvrtockoT .AFOUs, Miinulac;t.ui'^rs ^^t \^. 34, Haiti Nireet. hi;m:vv oktan\. J Atthe SKiNof the rigsi^)ot ^Jf OREIGNWINES AND LIQDRS Isas extensive as that of anv Job-' s ENGINES, SteamF*iini|^!^. 8a\v nncl Ciri-i^t MlUsBe. Mmhmn in the States. Hmm^i;oods have all been purchased^from First Hands upon the most^favorable trims, and will be otter-^ed to dealers bv the Package or \ k fliliw A lim. Boot* and Shoes arc^_^ us ..._,i' -4w^^ otherwise. nhk mili.f.n | Purchasers are informed that KING-^ GILLETTE , this sto.-k of gfa it bo extensive jjfo.VMIM.1SS C^M^TM*V^w^% Ithat ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 January 1869

8 THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, JAM' A R Y 29. TheYlontana Post PublishedDaily and Weekly BYTHE MontanaPost MHfpi Company NO.BO IsLA 18f nDJBMA. ciEo.Mm ranonc, .iamm:k. Addressall Business Ccmmunication*. MONTANA POST PUB. CO. Addressall CoTrre*poo^1ence for Publication, EDITOR MONTANA POST. OlR AGKNTflt HUDto-lat VnET, New fork Timrs Building.^.4 Park Row are tba aula areata for Montana^Pei-T for 'he Eastc ro States. StulJc Yantiv Sole A (rent* for Chicago^and vicinity. W.T. Hamilton, Fort Benton. Mr.A. j. Smith. Baanack. J.M. FISH, Sterling. Hot Spring District. Bei.uni^ k a Allen, Silver Bow. JamesStu art. Deer Lodge. WxRi^E!f * CV .. Hel! Gate. W.P. Parsons. Gallatin City. T.NirHOLeOX German Oulcb. Geo.PERRT. Lincoln Gulch. Geo.BaVch , Radersburg. A.B. Hamilton, San River Crowing. H.H. HATH AW 4 Y, Highland DUtrict. F.CHl^B^^H, Summit ( \ . R.C. Johnx.n. Biackf.w^t. Wesli\ \v. Jones, Remolds' City, Elk Creak. j.S. William a. St. Louis, Mo. L.P. FlMHER, San Franciaco. CaJ. H.KlXM it ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 5 February 1869

THEMONTANA POST. V \(Mvsp;ip(M', Devoted to the Mineral, ^Vgfi-ionltxxral and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. VOL.V, NO. 22. HELENA, MONTANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1869. WHOLENO. 231 TheMontana Post JAKH. MILLH. - KDITOK OKO.M. PINNFA^.^As^^ciato Editor and Manager Wkston,the pedestrian l^ilk. is out^on the mad again ceiling photographs.^We trust Simonton, of the Associated^Press, will again issue the mysterious^edict, 'Drop Weston. Tkyagain Sergeant, ^/^^.' We have a^spare copy of Bullion's (^ rammer which^is at your service. ^//( ruhl. Wheneveryou have (.pan- Bullion^sufficient to square up the $20,000 you^owe the Post, we will l^e letter pleased^to have that ^at our service. Atenijxirary build'ng tor the Legisla^^ture will he built the coming season.^^Guzi ttf. Talk of ^the evidence of things not^seen^ and ^the substnuce of tilings^hoped for,^ hut never say of Heleuians.^^Oh ' ye of little faith. ANardent youth in Chicago was se^^riously poisoned the other eveniii^; by^t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 5 February 1869

2 theMontana Post THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5. FKIIKW !v^OH*l*U, fKB. Stk. Tyio^;k M'iiicai, errors in names are notuncommon in provincial papers,^but as grievous a blunder as the fol^^lowing in tllH ^'(/..;!//^. XxinlKll dill!:- of Jan.Vth, would be discreditable to the^intelligence of an Alasklau. Ageneral caucus of the Missouri^Legislature was held at Jefferson City,^on Thursduv night, to hear Generals^Schurz and Loymi define their position**. Mil.UlUtELJCY Iiu.^ evidently had the^worst of the discussion on finances with^Senator Morton, as evidenced by the^expressions of the press and the con^^duct ^f the Trilmit). Mr. Ureeley an-^severed his s|^eech in a three column ed^itorial letter, published Mr. Morton's^reply in an obscure place, again replied^in along euitorial and declined to pub^^lish the Serafor's answer. This is not^valorous, nor is it victorious. WM.H. Mourki., of the New York^Albion, was in Salt Lake last week. He^is taking notes on the I^. P. and Cen^^tral ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 5 February 1869

THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5. a REPORTEDFOR TOM POST. upont^T the Rspnblirtin members of Ohio, Davenport. The total appropriation is ten' OBeial despatch** from Caleb Cashing, at ! I IWO OP m|TT^ TTUTTrn ^TATF pv^.-i.t'llii-irhain.^ milliuiia creatcr than last v^ar.: Bogota, hare been received. His MM ; llH ^ 0 UI tHu UllUDU Ul/llLlJ. o\^;ki:smo.\ WawMssgtem,Jam. 27.^Additional Msmmsv.^^ Pension liill ^Ingersoll moved to stiike^out the second aection. Scherick character^^ized It n.- the most monstrous and di.-grace-^lul proposition he had ever seen lit unj lull,^inasmuch a* it |m ..^..-es to make the Court^^ f Pension* the iuuge of the morals ai.d vir^^tue of the widows of mi Idlers of the Ue-^|nil)lu . During the discussion, the morning^hour expi retl. TheConstitutional Amendment aud the^oill telatiiic to suffrage, was takeu up. Kl-^d-idge spoke in oppoMtion, arguing the right^to control rufjrage and election* li ve-ted^in the respective States, and not in Cen^^tres.-. The s...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 5 February 1869

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY ;^. TheMontana Post. FRIIIAV if OK MM. HH.Mk. THEBANQUET To Arllns-l-nvrrnor Juin Tufta^and ihc Lrwh A Clark ( ouul)^Dlrrnkfri of the Lrsmlilurr. HELENA.THE ^CAPITAL TO BE.^A SOCJAlToVATION. Thefriendly bowl.^The feast of reason and the flow of soul. Good Cheer,Good GoodTVfglit. tli.:^|*MdMM) tulkitig feature of tin- en-^iMtalMMM MM ImMMMMI by the Pre^^sident,Mr. Tool* who culled tin- assembly^to order. :iml in tlie following eloquent^remarks ret urned his thanks for tlie posi^^tion, and explained the object ot tbe^social gathering ! Uentleimn . With feelings of gratitude^and pride 1 thank you tor the honor con^terred noon me by ((electing me an your^presiding ntflcer on this occasion. More^^^spt i-in'ly do I feel complimented from^the position you liave assigned lue,^when 1 consider that men of all |s^liti-^cal sentiments, regardless of partizan^feeling, have met here upon common^^MM to indicate the interest they feel^in the administration ot the ...

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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 5 February 1869

THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5. growthunci r^ro^p*riiy, will not only he the !^m ^tropoli^ ami Cii|iit:tl of Montana, but the |^Kmpt M city of I Ii^ mountains. l'._Tim l**UM Response by J. II. ^ U M ^^^ic, '^Julca Ste.. .MRmmm ASP GtVTLEMtN:^lo rt^ing to I^respond la tbe tribute to the Art Preeervat ve, re- |^tiiemherlng the legislative honor* of n Kerley ami^tba Vice Presidental abaplat of a Col fax. summed j^xl by ny worthier fellow-craftsmen In tvh.-se '^heart* dwell wisdom and'on wboM^ tongues stand |^barneseed the restive steed* of el^s|nenee. in pre*- I^ence nf tba Chief Executive and tba Solon* of Moo- 1^Una^to wboaa ability and Bdality w^ tbia night !^render the meed ^wall doa*^^my tongue, unused ,^and awkward la tbia strange service, run but crave _^:11^ 1 ii Igence, where otbata would bare commanded '^admiration. Whileyielding to tba taw-giving and executive^| ^ii^ti the title of moat aooieat ami bounrable^for^their origin fan Deity, riven and erforced in K^len^^pardo...

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