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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 26 February 1869

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, TheMontana Post. FRIDAY IfOKMX.. FEB. 26th. TiikCalifornia State Treasury had. in^coin, Jan :to. $1.S41.740.30. to\.Bi.ai-dki.i.. of Nevada. hs*^signed a l^iH. placing the official trans^^actions of that Slat* on a gold bast*. ANinventor is in New York with^r iii* new motor system tliat will pro^^pel vessels thirty-five mile* mi hour. TllKJhttfcrnt has private advice*^that Grant hat* fnani-d Mr Ashley the^Governorship of Montana Moonshine and\\ preen cheese moon. That^Hood Lord. gt^od de\d^ insti-^tution down on Main str^-^ t, 'hat ^clob^^bered over Mr. I^angtord until all Mon^^tana was disgusted with the fulaome^flattery, now beratea him because he^chose respectable company in prefer^ence to theirs. The infamous sheet that^sets up its personal malice over the de^^cisions ot the courts, would tear the^throud from a corse to spread on the^^^an^]uet board ot ita loathsome desires. Wkunderstand Acting Governor^' . ^ - ha* received special instruct...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 26 February 1869

THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26. REPORTEDFOR TUE POST. Washington,Psw. 17.^Senate.^The At^^torney l^en^*ral was directed to furnish a list fall pardoned revenue convict*. Saturdayis assigned to consideration of^the naturalisation bill ; Monday, the finance thearmy appropriation bill^Committee of the Whole. Garfieldsaid Gen. Grant does not desire^any reduction except by absorption. Dodgeoffered a substitute, placing the^matter of redaction of tbe army and the con^^solidation of the Quartermaster and Sur.si.-t-^ance and Pay Departments in tbe bands of^the President alter Mar eh 4th. Adopted. Butler'samendment was agreed to^57 to^.'^6^and added to the substitute offered by^Dodge. TheCommittee rote and reported the bill tothe House.^Blame offered substitutefor tbe amend- IuenU of Butler and Dodge. It provides that^j until the army id reduced to twenty infantry,^. five cavalry and five artillery regiments to Inew commissions shall be issued to any regi-^| ment, a^d directs the tjecm...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 26 February 1869

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2t^. TheMootana Post FKIRAY ^iou\|\^.. FKB. 2^th.^mOII OF OFFICK LAW. [ Thedi.-Onclinatiou of the SenaU- to^repeal the Tenure of Office law. dis^^turbs the equanimity of the Gazette, and^in the action of that body it finds a^text for a homily on Radical rascality.^We think it, on the whole, a very good,^wholesome, equitable enactment. except^in one or two provisions, and although^possiblv differing in this view from the^larger number of Republican newspa^^pers, would prefer toit remain in^^tact, to having it repealed in t^t^. It is^true, it was a check rein put on the^legislative bridle to prevent accidental^^breaks^ by a rather unmanageable^Tennesseee broncho, and did not quite^accomplish it. or prevent his ' bucking'*^badly. Still, it has merit. It is said^tieneral Grant doe* not like it. Very^well: General Grant is the Executive^i-lect, not the Legislative Department.^The measure was enacted by those who^e'ected him. wan in force when be was^ele...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 26 February 1869

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26~ London,Feb. M.-In the Common*, in I resolution he stud. firm. ry,Mr.said the j to arriTe from Spair. DelLgliUulState oi Art air*. REPORTEDFOR THE POST. OONIIMMIAL jj,|BJgS_Washington, Feb. 22.^Williams^lass! a joint resolution granting the^al way to the Memphi.', hi Pa^o and Kiilroads. After^om^* opposition the previous qaes-^^ - onlered anJ the resolution passed Nays,40. r.ikcalled np hi* MM to strengthen the :.iit, rel.iting to contractu for pay-^L^nt of coin and moved to suspend the rules^^ l i;rn11 the debate to two hour*,^gcaofield c illed attention to the pressing^f j L- in^ the appropriation bills,^.^veral sf which were still pending. -;jker .al led there were seveu privi-^^'^ ,n :u ^^ immittees to be made,^. : w i. i ch would give ri*e to debate,^lluuie r-fu^ed to suspend the rules.^-, hjnck moved to limit the debate to one^boar. XheHouse again refused to suspend the^roles, and then weat into fonnilln of the^^ ii the Poi-t Office approp...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 26 February 1869

THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26. FIRST NATIONALBANK OF li ^i^'iuii^Ml Depositor) ForDisbursing Officers ! AN1 PIUMfCIA L \t.K\Ts OFTHK Tothe Watchmakers OFTHK Tezriritoiry- H huiz A Bandy, No. 6J ^ialn street IlaTejujtreceived a complete ^tock of all^kind* of WATCHMATERIAL! Embracinga fin* assortment ul UNITEDSTATES. GLASSES AND KEYS, paidin C apital, - - -$100,000^Authorised Capital, 1600,000 |T. HA 1 HffilS. M. HALL. |':--^ident_ Vice-President.^.Iso S. ATCHI.soX; Cashier. Ir^i National Bank AssayOffice Mineralsand Ores correctly Assayed.^SNJ III ^U.THOI BARS naranteedc S. Standard* Alol'stl' s STKIT7. ftUOI IMITATION COLD Ul'NTIXO WATCHES! Thet in.ide^Wateh I V C T O R Y 4.' In, kn em only to oursel ves, precisely like^sa]J in ^n^aranof'. keeping ita color aa loag aa^^ur^. and as well finished a* the best Gold nun,^Tbese Hatched are in Hunting cases, made at oar^^i^d Factory, flora the beat snnteriais. of the latent^and m -t approved styles are jeweled and well^finished, wi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 26 February 1869

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26. TheMontana Post. PublishedDaily and Weekly BYTHE loitaiaPast nmm Csmpany ro.no main* st., hp.i.v. GEO.y*. Pn^EY, .HA5AGBB. Aam^ al 1 Biwiaeaa Ct.taiMUNM. WOBTaBU POST PCS. CO A.ddre*sall O^B*sB0^ for Pdbiieattsn. EDfTOR MOVTAJIA POST. Aim'*.'.^r cv.eag-o POST,for tb* Eutm State*.^.- ttxi a Yirm, Set* *cdviei*ity. tf.T. HAJfTLTO*. Fort Bee tor. MB.a J. Surra Buuek 3.M Fish. Sser'.rg H-* Spr.sc I^ ^ - BtlUMiA. AlXSX. Silver Bow Jakesstvabt. Deer Lodg*. Woua* Co.. H*n Gut. WP. Pabscxs GaT-atia City. T.SKBOUOX Gene** GaVh itBo. PXUT. Lincoln Gulch. tiEo.BaL'CH . Eadersburg. A.B. HaJOLTOX. Sun River Ctuku H.H. HaTMiwit H.ghland IBBS*^F. Chi bch $aa^H City. B.C. Joma Blackfaoc \\I ^. . 1 W .: v - K.:^ 0 ^^ L 1 ^V*ek I.8. Wiuiam*. Su Louia. Ma H.a: Co Leeaburrh Sa-'mo* B:.v*t MiaM W.DavBsrokT. t ..BfederateGu.ci. C.Boubel Bowlder V* ey^MOBTgokkkt. Bear Gulch aad adjacent ma**^H .C WBXBOCP. Butt* City. '1eob.b M. Brl- k. B**ru^wu. II. t.^UitU Wilsox Bi...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 5 March 1869

THEMONTANA POST. Newspaper. Devoted to the Mineral, Agricultural and Commercial Interests of^ Montana Territory. VOL.V, NO. HELENA. MONTANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1869. WHOLENO. 235 Tin1Montana Post IA-.H. MILLS, - EDITOR^Associate Editor and Manager urth .,rth.Washing WmM A. D., ISO!)^March A. J.. lbtfO^march w Almanac Weather PHOSPKCTIMK. hat are the business prospects lor^Montana in the coming season ; what^the indication* tor material prosperity^^While we may not read the future, cer^^tain causes are known to pr.xluce cerv^tain results. Cpon these, men build^their ho|^es and fears, and I it these^(agists direct their business. In view^ot all controlling circumstances, of^bich we have knowledge, the ap-^proacbing business and mining season^promises more favorably to all classes^than that ot last year, and ISliS was ONFIDEMCK ^^l I N * crystalstreams, and our people filled^with the living energies ot the moun-^tain land, we have little to envy, naught j toregret, and much to be content...

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

THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, MARCH 5. TheMontana Post FRIDAYtiokmx;. I*IAH'H 5th. KDITOR GEO.BC PINNKY.^Associate Editor and Manager Ge.nkk.m.Hank- is a candidate for^Speaker, and has already developed^great strength. TheNebraska Legislature by enact^^ment has removed the Capitol from Lin^coin an imaginary city,to Omaha, where^it properly belongs. ThbSt. Louis Detrain at hatiau article^on ^Political Lunatics.^ We have not^read it. but if it has scope according to^the theme it^ writing was a gigantic TheDeeeret New* announces it has^just received ^a new Ruling Machine.''^We had thought the Mormon Church^was the only ^Ruling Mac nine that^would give satisfaction in Utah. ThePresident has nominated Colonel^Townsend for Adjutant General in place^of Thomas ad interim but now adouter-^^t^t. His inspection of southern grave^^yards by order ot the President, was an^ominous warning. Senator Thumuill, Chairman of^the Judiciary Committee, has reported^adversely on Mr. Ashley's ''purity o^election ...

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

THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, MARCH 5. onsro*^lonal. tftftainctoo,Feb. 24-Hoos*.^Farnsvrorth,^the Postal Committee, reported adversely^' tbc aeveral 1-ills for a postal telegraph \Vi-hir.:t. a to New York. They were nlere.1printed. TieHoof* passed the bill to strengthen the nbliccredit and legalise coin con-^'. fe. \fter some discussion and several^SawessJ attempt* to amend, the bill ! 22bv 117 to tf. 'Butler reported the Senate amendment to he lediiin Appropriation Bill. Referred to ,',mniitteeof the Whole an'I made the spe- i^ial older for tomorrow. jt,pRouse went into committee on the | 'violativeAppropriation Bill. The provi- '^^trikin^ ^Ut the salary of Special Com. |^f^Mner of Revenue, was amended by adding !^.. . vi i- MU^r June IiU, 1870.^ The ap- |^r .: ^ct\^JW (ieneril of I'lah '^mu ^;ruck oat. geuste. i'ruuibull, from Committee on |^Judiciary. r*q^rt*^i adversely to several pe- |^Mtioii- aii'l bill*, among which was the bill to ... a more efficient government for I^Wi^iseippi;...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 5 March 1869

1 THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, MARCH 5. TheMontana Post. FRIDAYnORMKIU,R'H ,tli. 'Siun;le Weddings^ occur on tu^^Urst anniversary ot the wedding day.^The latent edict of custom is to ob^s^-rv^-^them only when the marriages have^ween happy. That in a death blow at^the shingle trade^a radical uhurpation.^and decidedly unconstitutional. Thefollowing despatch from Mr^l.indsley will be read with interest by^all who are awaiting the arrival of^'tiuth by mail^ from the States. Thir-^ty-seven days more! Truly, it it* a de~^tightful prospect: SaltLake. Utah.)^March 2d. ISO!). ) EditorPost:^I am officially inform*,^ed that no mails are expected here from^the East for thirty days. The road is^hopelessly snow^blocktd. I shall return^to Helena by next coach. M.A. LOOMUtt THESPEAKERSHIP. TheHouse Republican caucus l as^selected James ti. Blaine as Speaker to^succeed Colfax, whose farewell to the^House, a speech of masterlv elepince,^we publish in this issue. Evidently^well pleased with one country e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 5 March 1869

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, MARCH 5 MintdtpoMta of fin* gold and silver bullion | during the war in protecting, and harborine gMTOMTMDfor tue Post.^COSGBEWMN lsU VT.t-hineton.March I. ^ Senate.^Tbe bill^. the retuovsl of political disabilities wa i\mup. fh- ^i mout ln^ name of Asa Aulitr of Virginia, was discussed tillt;;^ expiration of the morning hoar, when^tiaa was withirawn an 1 th ^ bill went T\re- ilutinn wi^ adopted calling on the^u-.-i i-:.t for the correspondence between the^f St it^ ami th^^ I*. S. Minister^of Legation at Madrid during hwltwo ^years,^(fag t^* resumed consideration of the^irmv appropn.ition bill. ;. paatkaC atnenduneut was Spntgue's, de- jsjingthe public domain within the juris-^:' tv t'r.it-'l States, and the occu-^lants fh-r^of ^ur^j^ct to their laws, but has^withdrawn on the suggestion of Morrill, that^^ ^ ^^.^til MH be obtained another iheara*i:lra*nt providing that all volun^^teer officers retired on account of disabilities j^... ulilmi M th* sain ^ term...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 5 March 1869

6 THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, MARCH 5. TheMontana Post. Termsof Subscription | Oaecopy, on* year00 do. ^ x aoatfcs,5 00 ! do. tare* eaoaUia.3 30 I fUtesof Advertising: Canto.5 line* or leaa. 3 om do.do.^da. Sdo.^I a^.nth 2do. 3do.^i^ do.^1 year. 'do. do.do. do. do.a*,^do. do.^One-sisth ^-^ lnrun, 1 insertion. do.do. 2 do. do.do. do.do. do.do. do.do. do-do.^One-foortb column. 1 insertion,. do.do. 9, do. do.do. do.rt... do.do. do.do. do.do.^One-half column do.do. do.do. do.do. do.do. do.do. do.do.^Ooe^coluiaD, 1 insertion, do.2 do. do.1 month,... do.2 do do.3 do do.*^ do. ...... do.1 year LorutNotices^One dollar per line^'mea or letut. 75 cent* per line for ten linos^50 cent* per line for eleven linos or more. 1month. 2do. 3do.^6 do.^1 yaar,. i.1 inset 1month, 2do 3do. do 1year 1insertion, do. 1month, do 3do 6 do, iyear, a| ... 1000 I^15 00 I^4 00^I 00^10 00 i . 13 00 |^15 00^25 OC^35 00^I 00^I 00 ; . 12 00 ;^18 00^24 00 !^40 00 |^65 00 1^8 00^12 00^if 00 ' . 25 00 , 30 00^50 00 , 70 00...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 5 March 1869

glNG-^ GILLETTE THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, MARCH 5 m DryGoods, Clothing, Hm^i* shoes,^Hardware, Farming fItl, Li|iior^ autl Cigar*. XuD'. advanced 00 merchandise, and goods stored^in a fire- proof ware doom. KINO* OILLETT. .NationalHotel! ..-nth^^t a mile tooth of Sun River cross^^es and f^ur iniles t-aat of FORT^ II A ^T, H. T. C.A . HULL ^ CO., Proprietors. \rW .^|V3 asr cruests, and fitted rp in first claaa^style. A No. 1, two tlory house entirely new. |ttcdap with commodious, finely finished and :uroisbeil bed rooms, and spreadwith the best the market affords. Every attentionshown to our guests. iiI V E US A CALL: MMrood meals, clean beds, goo* v,:-and moderate bills at the NATIONAL. G.oi^ Stable and Corral. ikand (iood (^rooming,^without^EXTRA CHAR CE. SATISFACTIONsOUARANTEr.ilTO I I I I . I'UIJLIC! WL^,1VE PARTICULAR ATTENTION^TO AQ ^ N I R A L rumm* // / ra 8 r o /** s Connectedwith the above Establishment. i'rrig;utT. Travellers and Residents supplied^with ftai/ Goods, MA R K...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 5 March 1869

11 r THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, MARCH 5 TheMontana Post PublishedDaily and Weekly P.YTHK MontanaPost MHi Coipany NO.PO MAIN 8T, HELEN A. 1.PHNBY, HMGFH. Addressall Business Communications, MO NT All A POST PUB. CO.^^Address all Correspondence for Publication. EDITOR MONTANA POST OURAGENTS. HuDtoXa. ME.NET. New York Timet Building.^4 Park Bow ara the aula agents for MoKTAXA AYantiv Sola Agents for Chicago w.I. II amii.to*. Fort Ronton. Mila. j. SMrrn. Baaaaek. J.M. Pun, Sterling. Hot Spring District. BeiukcebSl Al.UUf, Silver Bow. JamesStuaet, Deer Lodge. WoHDEJi*Co., Bell Gate. W.P. PAESOM, Gallatin City. T.Nicholson. German Gulch. Oeo.PERKY. Lincoln Gulch. Ufa.RaCCH , Raderaburg. a.b. Hamilton, Son River Crossing. HH. Hathaway. Highland District. F.CHL'RCH, 8 am mi t City. RC J')HNrtoN. Blaokfnot. WesleyW. Jones, Reynolds' City. Elk Craek. J.8. Williams. St. Looia, Mo. L.P. PlaHEJL Saa Francisco. Cal. U.ellis A Co., Leeabnrga, Salmon Hirer Mines W.davkxpobt, Confederate Goloh. C.Bes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 12 March 1869

THEMONTANA POST. V ^'en^ipaper. Devoted to the Mineral, V l: i i^ 111111 i ji I and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory VOL.V, NO. 27. HELENA, MONTANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1869. WHOLENO. 236' TheMontana Post , 11. MILLiS. - EDITOR G-KO.M. PINNEY,^Associate Editor and Huacer 1.th*. Coming man. Potter Therumored death of the Pope is fern TheRailroad at Ogden ! Now begins be conflict ot Vice*. TheHouse has passed the repeal of IVnureof Office hill, with only 16^ueirsti^P votes. I'kemuextGrant has issued an or-^!er instructing Lient. General Sherman^H assume commaud of the armies. Aashburneis sick of glory.^ Gazette.^But not a Mourning Olory^they blow^^ad drop ofl^he swears and holds on. Mai ok Maginnis, P. P. M. M. de^^mands the ' box rents*' ot Mr. Potter. If^drawer rente*' would answer the pur* iiose Wenotice by a coteniporary's repub^^lication that an error in the Post put^^'.^^colored population af ten^ millions^Four-' will answer the purpose. TheChinese have a novel way of ip-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 12 March 1869

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY. MARCH 12 The.Montana Post FRIDAYnOHNIMi,^IAH1M Will. WestVircixia has ratified tbe Con^stitutional Amendment. TheState election in New Hani|^-^shire toos place Tuesday, March U. Itwas said ^all's well that ends^Welles.^1 but the telegrams say he Isn't ' Tmekewere a number ot In-augur-^^ation Balls last night^and a number of^Halls with cork-screw-rations. l'UEresignation of Mr. Washburne is^doubtless owing to the severe views ex^^pressed in the Gazette. Calling him a^^third rate man^ was ^terrible. THEAssociated Iress News Agents^are getting lively. Instead of the old^fashioned term^^Blank bill taken up,^^'hey have substituted the words ^eleva^^ted,^ ^lifted,^ ^reared,^ etc. The next^word will probably be ^Elijahed.^ be*^cause he was ^taken up. Theprimary planets in the Solar Sys^^tem, as yet disco.ered, number 114.^The late Astronomical Almanacs ac^^credit the discovery of twenty-three of^these to American astronomers. One.^discovered by Mr. Watson at Ann A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 12 March 1869

THEjfQNTANA POST, FRIDAY, MA R CJI 12 RhPOMTMDfOM THE POST. ^^\^.ltl^IO\ \I.. HOISE. Ua-hmgtoa,March 3.^The cileries ww^^r,,wded. A messag* from the r^euale w^t r^^-^. ,^^^^!. stating the pwwgf of the poet-office^SsJ lt'ei-l-1''*'*' appropiialions. Tbl llou.-e non-conuurred in Senate am end-^^sat* and aetad a conference. CsifatsVMefteu his farewell address, and^Wilson ^' Iowa, took the chair. \r*- lution was unanimously passed that^m the retirement of Colfax, as speaker of the^afkct a Ions and faithful discharge of^-,u Juti ^. the event is an occurrence in its^,lt rv which would be a cause of general^r'^ret^ hut that the country is to have the^^*o*fit ^' matured talent and experience^m tti- higher sphere to which he has been^^all^i hv a majority of his countrymen. In^_ tr^ mi m distinguished Speaker, the^l- with becoming sensibility its^Uigb appreciation of his skill in parliamenta^^ry Uw. promptness of administering and fa-^ilituting business, urbane manners, dignity^..od izn| arti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 12 March 1869

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, MARCH 12. TheMontana Post FRO.TID I1^ \ 1 TOKMM., ^| \ lit It l*th. UlllTKx^\D PEOPLK Ourunique anJ antiquated coteai|^^-^rary, the Gazette, semi-occasions!]y gSxe*^a spasmodic and wonderful Democratic^wngijle and then elapses, eel-like, into^comfortable torpidity. It bad a convul^^sion ot that kind yesterday, in throwing^off its fumes on the word ^white.^' and^fjracelully folds itself up again, sub^^limely ' thanking heaven' for having^wriggled itself through a fea contor^^tions to gratify the. yearning* ot those^who believe in ^the divine institution^of slavery.^' We propose to expose its^tricks. Afew days since it avoided publish^^ing the text of the proposed fifteenth^amendment and substituted the word^^people^ for ^citizens.^ claiming that^negroes were not citizens^they were^only people. Taking it upon that asser^^tion, we submitted extracts from th^^Constitution when the word ^people^ is^used, and it forthwith attempted to^squirru out by saying, that ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 12 March 1869

THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, MARCH 12. REPORTEDFOR TUB POST.^MHOUHHIIIL SINATE. Watn^ton. 3-^Conklin introduced a bill^robibiung the secret sales and purchaeej of^,M for the Government. Referred.^The bill supplementary to the currency act^referred to Committee on Finance. .rantin;Mr^. Lincoln an annual^I fj.oOO was referred to the Pension iimmitt*e- StandingCommittee* were announced.^A Joint Committee was announced, to coo-^four from each House, to examine all jj-lication!for relief from political disabili- ties. jlortonoffered a joint resolution to refund^to States the interest and discount on money^borrowed to equip and supply troops for U. Referredto Military Committee. Thbill^ heretofore tabled were referred ap^^propriately- TheDistrict of Columbia Equal Rights bill,^,1 hv the late President, was taken up andpasted. p,r. John Newman was elected Chaplain.^Poraeroy introduced a bill to further secure *qualrights in the District of Columbia, and^providing for female suffrage.^' Robert'...

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