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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 2 April 1869

2 THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, APRIL 2. TheMontana Post FRIDAY MOIIMM.. APRIL. 2nd. Thereport af ex-President Johnson'*^death was premature. It is contradicted. Itis to he regretted the telegraph is so^painfully inaccurate. TheNew York Time* thinks the^A orkingmens Associations will eventu^^ally be the controlling political element inthis country. Atthe city election in Sacramento,^March 9th, the Republicans were victo^^rious. Swift (Rep.) was elected First^Trustee over Henley,(Dem.) 473,notwith^^standing the eight-hour men voted for^Henley. Ue.nf.ralGrant and President John^^son were not the first ouvgoiog and in^^coming Presidents who refused to ride^together to the Capitol. John Quincy^Adams declined to ride to the Capitol^with Andrew Jackson on account of the^Miss Eaton scandal. Grantadvises a re-submission ol the^Mississippi Constitution to the people,^a separate vote to be taken on the feas^tures opposed by the conservatives, and^the military commander to be exsotficio^Governor i...

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. — 2 April 1869

THEMONTANA POST. FRIDAY, APRIL 2. EMPOMTMDFOR THE POST.^4 o ngrc^^l o nal. (rniun^MMM ppl |K1I1. HOUSE. 55S1L'eutenant commanders, Carpenter and^kirk land; Reader W. Clark, 3d Auditor of the^I Treasury; Oilea A. Smith, 2d Assistant Po^t-^^ master General: Moses H. Grinnell, Collect^^or of Custom* of New York; A. B. Cornell^Surveyor of New York: K. E. Merritt, navai^omcer of New \ork; and J. A. Wilson, Col^^lector of Customs of Puget Sound. Post^^masters: John Core, at Georgetown, Colora^^do: II. p. Bennett, at Denver, H. L. Street^at Sonora, California. t*eneralXewii. Saratov,March 24.^The St. Nicholas^Hall waa burned this morning. Loss $20,000.^Insured. NewYork, March 24.^A Buenos Ayers let^^ter states it is reported Lopes has ceded Para*^j cuay to the United States. Chicago,March 24.^The Republican's spe^^cial says Secretary Bone recommends the re^^peal of the 8 hour law, so far aa relates to the^Navy employees. London,Mareh 24.^The Fenian Halpine^will probably be liberated on gua...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 2 April 1869

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, APRIL 2. TheMontana Post. friday.nOKNIMG, APBIL 2nd* TUBDIADL4M K TheSenate by a decided vote has re^^ject ed the House amendment tor repeal^ot the Tenure law. although 11 mem^^ber* did not rote, and every Democrat^who voted cast lor repeal. Among these^we notice Cianret Davis. McVreery, Vick-^ere. Bayard and Thuraian. A commit^^tee of conference has been ordered by^the Senate consisting of Trr.inbull. Kd-^tnunds and ^^ rimes In view of Mr.^.'rumbull's speech. Edmunds \oie, and^the well known tenscity of the former.^:... Senate committee will not be likely^to make any further concessions to^the demand of the House than were in^^corporated in the substitute for the^ilouse bill, and the deadlock, to us ap arentlyirreconcilable now. seems to^have been en^**!* aggravated by But-^er's inconsiderate denunciation of the^^enate declaring it ^an irresponsible^body.^ Mr. Trumbull has taken a de^^cidedly advanced and firmer position^since then, and the anti-repeal maj...

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

HKVORTKDFOR THE POST 4oiie;rc^^ioiml. '^ill lim'iMlniciit^truly \l^fi,ir.~-Orftfon It. K.^Xcn-^iirv r^*pcnl: Senate^^lanriN firm. SENATE. Wbinltoo. March 29.^The Vice Presi-^tal tv\\-um*l the j^'nt resolution* of tbt^l ^! -jlwinia and S^outh Carolina Legislatures^-itifvm-C the lith amendment.^' fto jonrt resolution continuing the pay of^.. i wen at tlie present rate till June^. tl-o the joint resolution drop*^ing trom tr.^- army rolls officers absent with-^, ut leave. Howard,from IVcific Railroad, reported fa-^the joint reeolation granting the^rslM ^^fto con*t,,oct a railroad from Psttsaal lo lh* Cascade mountains.^,\ message from the llouse announced^-urrence with the Senate in thesubsti-^r lav Tenure of office repeal. Truuibullu^o^ed the Senate insist upon^.~u lictit :tud nsL. a committee of cod* wence. dm:^ - vr l the Senate recede.^^a*M read a constitutional arcameM in^,upj..rt tiie latter motion.^Trumbull spoke at length in favor of the^. insisting on the Senate amendment^. a l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 2 April 1869

6 THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, APRIL 2. TheMontana Post. Termsof Subscription: flMe^TTi one J**108 00 do. six month* do. tore* month*.. 500^3 50 Katesof Advertising: Basines*Cards, 5 lines cr lees, 3 months.. I 6 i' do.do. do. 6 months,.. 10 0*' do.do. do. 1 year,15 0 Onesquare line* or lees, 1 insertion, do.do. da. S do. dado. do.do. do.t do.1 do.* do.9 do.s On*eisrhth column, 1 insertion. 400^6 00^10 0U^13 60^15 00^^ ^^35 00^6 00^8 00^12 00^18 00 do month. do. do24 00 do.40 00 65 00 ff^ 00 do.do.^do.^do.^do.^do. do.^do.^dc.^do.^do.^do. One-sixthcolumn, 1 insertion. do.do. do.do. do.do. do.do. do.do. do-do.^One-fourth column. do12 00 1month,18 00 2do. 25 00 3do. 30 00 6 do50 00 1vear_70 00 1000 do.15 00 1month,20 00 2do.30 00 3do.36 00 6 do55 00 1year90 00 .1 in*f inr*-rt:uu 2do. 1month,.. 2do. .. 3do. ..^6 do. ..^1 year rivdo. do.do. dslew do.do. a.do. do.do.^One-half column, 1 insertion do.do. 2 d do.do. do.do. io.do. do.do. lo.do. 1200^18 00 2400^36 00^45 00^65 00^90 00^20 00 2500 ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 2 April 1869

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, APRIL 2. gpTG-^ GILLETTE Vli^^l*'5ial*^DEALERS DryGoods. Clothing, Hoot-and Shoes,^Hardware, Farming |MpllTltii Liquorsand Cigar**. Moeeyadvanced on merchandise, and goods'stored^in ft (Ire-proof warehouse.^KING A GILLETT. NationalHotel! 'One-eighthot ft mile south of Sao River^'.g tod four mi lea east of FORTSHAW, IvI. X.^A BULL ^ CO., Proprietors. ;eu for guests, and fitted up in first class^style. A No. 1, two story bouse entirely new. tt*dnp with commodious, finely finished mod jmisbedbed rooms, and jread with the best the market affords. Every tteatkmshown to our guests. GIVEUS A CALL; Wepromise y.^u srood meals, clean beds, food^ism^ and moderate bills at the NATIONAL. GoodStable and Corral. Iabiinir and Good Grooming, without EXTRACHARGE. -ATISFACTIONaGU AN ANTEKD^TO iII I - I* u ^ L 1 * ; . ( IVE particular attention^to STOCK. AGENERAL^FURNIS1IIXG STOR K 'unactedv.ith the above Establishment. Travellersand Residents swpplied with Dryfloods* MARKETRA...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 2 April 1869

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, APRIL 2. TheMontana Post PublishedDaily and Weekly BTTHE MoitanaPost Publishing Coiwaiiy N'O.80 MAIN ST., HELENA.^GEO.n. PHJIEY, MANAGER. Addressall Bmio^ Ccmmoaieatioaa, montanaPOST pob. co.^^Addr^M all Corrrespondence for Publication,^EDITOR MONTANA post. OIK Af.KVrs. hld80hA MUST, New York Tim^ Buildiag.^.4 Park Row are the tola agents for MoVTAEA i'MT.for the Eastern States. StulSc. Yaxti*, Sole a (rents for Chicago^and vlcialty. W.t. IlAjrrLTO.f, Fort Bentoo. MrA. j. Smith. Bannack. J.M. FISH, Sterling. Hot 8pring District. HKi.ursr.erA allk.V Silver Bow. JamesStvakt. Deer Lodge. woedexaCO., Hell Gate. WP. Pabsox*. Gallatin City. J-C.WUUL German Galch. Geo.PlIlT, Lincoln Galch. UEa.RaL'CH . Radarabarfr. a.B. Hamilton. San RiTer Crossing. h.ii. Hathawat. Highland District. F.church, Summit City. K C. Johnson. Blackfnss. wf.sletw. jones, Reynolds' City, Elk Crass J.8. William*, St. Louis, Mo. l.P. Fisher. San Fraacmoo. Cal. H.ELI J 8 A Co. .Lees burgh Sa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 9 April 1869

THEMONTANA POST. V^^^' wspaper. Devoted to the Mineral, A(n-icaltnral and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. VOL.V. NO. 31. HELENA. MONTANA, FRIDAY, APRIL !), 18Gi^. WHOLENO. 230 TheMontana Post. OMRMVNVf ii.i.^ Hons ,Aw.ii. MTTi^iff, - KDIl'OR Thedespatches indicate that the Re^^publicans have carried the Governorship, I^and have certainly elected two of the)^four t'oo^ressmtn. This was scarcely^expected by our Iriends. In 1868 English j^beat Jewell tor Governor 1765 votea, and^Um fact that the legislature elected on ;^fggPMiM signed the Tenure of Monday, votes on the Constitutional^office Hll- Associato M.l'l.VNKY. Editorand Amendment,would call out every ener^^gy and vote of the Democracy. Ex- j^Senator Dixon was even placed in nomi |^nation in the First District, in place of^Hubbard, to strengthen the ticket, but^Strong has come out *tron^j and victori^^ous against him. The Democrats have^three of the four Congressmen in the)^10th Congress and have lost one in the^contes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 9 April 1869

Till. MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, APRIL i^. TheMontana Post. l-KinW 'iokmm,. APRIL ^th. TheSt. l-oui^* Ihm /rnit has an arti-^He on ^Mrant's Cabinet ainen-ded '^JlkMM'l Cabinet however, is ^hii'l-^'##/^^ H. I.obertMartin iJouglns, son ^^I Ste-^pin n A. Douglas, is appointed assistant^private Secretary to Preshh nt Wrant. ThkChicago FMaa ^ay^ Hon L N.^Morris, of ljuincy. 111., declined m prof^^fered seat in the ^ ahitiet hMH tin-^salary wmilil net cover the HfBMM ^!^residence in Washington TnNew York Ifaofi make-. I rrible^charges against the V. P. H. It. if the\^ire sustaiued tlie (tnverai)icnt would he^perfectly justifiable in seizing the road^to prev^ nt the outrsgeotts fraud content*^plat* d against the country. r'x-Preeid.*ntJohnson stop-nd with^Mr. John I^. C^^\ U-, oi Washington, alter^his departure from the White House.^I'rohably that is how his death came to^be announced. Instead of ^shuttlingoff^his mortal coil^' he shutlled eff from a^mortal Coyle. Wk are indebted to Hon. W C. S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 9 April 1869

THE MONTAN A POST, FRIDAY, APRJ I 9. EBPORTSDFOll TMM POST .Mealr^'^^ioiiiil. SKY4TE. ip._-ti.ti. .'. jiril 1.^Sumner presented^, .'( -.^ Casunoo, a citizen of^, -t. ^ Mttiag tv^rth tL^^ indigni-^. , ^^ ni :pinish government in :iI1 .-^ -k11.x the interposition of the Hitmt/m ;i... r ,^.-IfrciTu t-oniinitteo on n ival^. .'. i t-. MS I.ill to establish^i _^ licttol sad NiivulJolje Advo- onby the .n:mitt-^. The bill as originally^I..-^^-ed la the rienate agreed to make a direct^voto refusing to confirm an appointee an or^^der to r instate the old otacer. The change Baal*ly tbe comuyttee provides ibat the su-^p^^uded officer .-ball be reinstated at the end^..f the nest session of the Senate unless hie nccMoiu confirmed. After brief reinaiks G. liuyle for Postal Arent^by Taarmao, the report of th- committee ~ ~*^agreed to _2 to 8. tha^^nate meets the President nominates bim^or some one else for confirmation. If the^Senate fails to confirm the vacancy continues^wmch the President may fil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 9 April 1869

r THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, APR TheMontana Post Omahaand Sacramento can be operated ' ditional trunk line* of railway to the throughoutthe year. Of the elements Pacific would far exceed the entire sum^to t^olve this question there are: 1st, the ) guaranteed to aid their construction FRIDtmORMMi. APRIL 9th. ThePolicy uf Extending Gov^^ernment Aid to Additional^Railroad* to tltv l*aeifle. % Extractstrom tlic Keport of Sena^^tors Stewart. Drake, Conneaa,^Kidim), Abbott and Hlee. (Continuedfrom Second Page.; oxeline tarnmman. 1.They are necessary ^^ecau^e one^line is not SaWsat Your committee^l^elieve that with the prese nt population^and busine^a of California, I'tah. Colora^^do, Nebraska. Oregon, Nevada ami Da^^kota, the single track railroad from Oma^^ha to San Francisco will be wholly in^^capable of performing the service that^will be required of it. The increase ot^population and industry and tr^tiic that^will be effected in those State-* and Ter^^ritories by the operation of the r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 9 April 1869

IllMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, APRIL 9. Hetold bis hearers they were all slaves^of bondholder* who never abed a drop of^blood. He would to God tbe Goverement^bad not had credit to borrow a dollar to^carry on the war. Thank God my honors^haTe not been gained through the blood of^wounded soldiers. Thev cannot attribute^their wounds to me. Johnson spoke about^two hours, eliciting close attention, and was^heartily applauded. In conversation he spoke^freely of Grant as a buudle of prejudices, and^called bis Cabinet a Gift Enterprise. The^people were heartily glad to see Johnson and^^I^ct much from him. TheAlabama Claims. Washington,April 4^ Tbe President yes^^terday, in response to a resolution sent from^the House, sent in a list of vessels captured^or destroyed by the rebel cruisers. The state^^ment is made up from official claims filed by^parties whose property was destroyed, and^other material deemed reliable. The num^^ber of vessels is given with names and value.^There are nearly 300, and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 9 April 1869

the montana post, friday, april '-^. TkeMont nun Post PublishedDally and Weekly HYTill sultanaPost Publishing Company JffO-KO WAH^ st.. HELENA.^cko.ii. ^inrky, hianagbb. Addresssll Be .d uses Oemmunieatiooa, MONTANA POST PUB. CO.^^Address all Corrrespowdenee for Publication. EDITOR MONTANA POST. Building. ohi ax a mwmagents. HlDftoNk MFJCKT, New York Timet^H Park Row are this sole agents for^Post, for tbe Kan tern 5 rates. STEELSc Ya-VTIS, S^ le Agents fc^r Chicago^and vicinity. W.T. Hamilton, F^.rt Benton. Mr.A. J. Sjtrrn. Bannack. J.M. FI3H, Sterling. Hot Spring Di^trie*. BeiLINGER A Al.l.KN. Silver Bow. JamesStcakt, Deer Lodge. WORUKXeCo.. Hell Gate. W. P. Parson*. Gallatin City. J C.WEMtEL German Onlch. tiFo.i'ekkv. Lincoln Oulch. Geo.Rauch , Radersbnrg. A.B. HAMILTON, Son River Crossing. ii.ii. HaTHvwat. Highland District. F.ClIVRCTl, Summit City. R.C. sHMBSSSB, Blackfoot. WL-iI V W. JoNF*, Reynolds' City, Elk Creek. j.S. Wii.LIAUm. St. Louis, Mo. L.I*, Fisiier. San Francisco. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 9 April 1869

Tothe Watchmakers ii nir. eriltorv- asshiiizA Kuiid), \^. ^ialn Mro*l . Mt r-c-ived a Couplet ^^ rtock of all THE MONTANA POST. I III DA V, APRIL 0. 7 KING-^ G-HjIiETTB iiii n^, V/llol'!^f^|^. Senders.^iiisrrt ^ C^ .1O H ^N^ KTNNA, liunkruptcyNotice. CvtNo. 42. PIONEER i^ i: v i. i: 11 kit or \}\UII MATERIAL! ^roreries. DryO^da, lotliin^, Bool*ami Shoe. TAMERY, MillCreek, MONTANATERRITORY ii!*^r^in Street, Helena,Montana. STOVES! It, MMftaMBl ol Hardware. GLASSESAND KEYS, FnrmtaMc! W Eh^ tow |'r^|^r^il to furnish it ^up^r.o^quality ^^f tli.- follow ing kinds of^enand at the which,a* oJer .\P TO the trade! .h di-ta:.ce will receive careful .tt.'ution. \\ \rl ^ II WORK. illi wsiptMH w'll be done oa the most^enable t-Tin* .Giving my personal atten-^i |a this branch of the buMnea*, I shall be .r- i^ivo perfect satisfaction. llyK. SCHULZ. Illipls'lllCl.t*, Lit|uor and PIONEERI A^\\KK.. baa*advanced am merchandise, aod goods stored ina tire-proof warehouse.^rt^tk n^; a oim.ett. andwarrant...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 9 April 1869

THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, AP.RIL ft. TheHon tana Post. Kitesof Advertising: mmCard*. 5 line* or las*. 3 Month*,^do.do.do, C month*. !^^.do.do. 1 vear... toare.tea Ubm or lew, 1 insertion. do. do.do.^de.^do. 12 3do.^S do.^1 yeau do. dodo. do.do. do.do. do.do. do.do.^Two square* 1 do.a do. do.1 saoata, do.i do. do.3 do. do.b do. do.t rear, Omeighth column, 1 insert ion... . do.do. S do. do.do. 1 month. do.do. I do do.^lo. 3 do. do.do. C do. do.do. 1 year. tr,e suth .num. 1 insertion. ... do.do. 2 do. do.do. 1 aaosrtk, do. do. 2 do do.do. 3 do........ do.do. Ii do. do- d^ ^ 1 renr, Oae-toarthcliunn. 1 insertion. do.do. 3 do. ... do.do. 1 month, do. ^W^. 9 do. do.do. 3 do. ... do.do. n* do. ...... do.do. 1 year One-halfeo)umn, 1 Insertion. do. A,... do. do.do.^do.^do.^do.^One column^do.^do.^do.^do.^do.^do. do.do.^do. do..lo. lo. do.sonth.. do..^do. .^do. . 36 1year, Jinsertion, 2do 1month,. 2do 3do. Iido. LnralNotices^One dollar per line^ine* or lean ; 75 rents per Hoe for ten lines^^0 c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 16 April 1869

THEMONTANA POST /S .V Newspaper. Devoted to^ the Mineral, Agri cultural and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. \)L. V, NO. 4. HELENA. MONTANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 16, I860. WHOLENO. 251 TbeII out a ua Post DAKOTA. MII.I lionof the people of the kingdom are fo,,owlngi ltom jXZTSZ u. ,h .8 - EDITOR,DDakotian. \ private claimants are to be provided lor '| which will prove interesting to tbe in ***** the Government trades off their expectationsfor real estate ; but that is^a contingency, we regret to believe, not^likely to require consideration at pres^^ent, owing to the vulgar truthfulness of^tbe maxim that ^ it takes two to make^a bargain,^ and the probability that^England will not echo the sublime^sentiment^M Barkis is willin . manyold friends of that Territory in^Montana. Thereis coal in Central Dnknta. (on^~ IT ~ ^j the banks of the Missouri River.) but ThkHtm lork Herald calls tbe Cab*. I none has been discovered in the south* ,,K^ ^. M. PITNEY.^Associate Editor and Manager an a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 16 April 1869

3 THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, APRIL 16. TheMontana Post. .jyvr-.EL MXX^Z^a. - EDITOR OK(). M. PIN'NEY,^Associate Editor and Manager rv-cretaryof Interior^Cox^is a na^^tive born Canadian. Ikany ol Secretary Borie's orders are^intemperate it may be ImauM lie is too^fond of Porter. Johnsonto'd the people at Nashville^^ he was not infallible.' What * waste^of breath. thnfltravelling under orders '.nun^the East to California, Oregon or tiee^reran, will hereafter go bv Pacific rail^^road. Officer* will be allowed *-^00 for^extra mileage TheChicago Jlepuhfieait's sj^eeiai says^the President's Message urging legislate^tion in the case of Virginia and Missis^^sippi before adjournment, wiil probably^prolong the session a week. LittleRhody^ is all light, with a lie-^publican (ioviTD^ir and a Republican^majority of 71 on joint ballot in the^Legislature. It is as mar unanimous,^politically, as is good for any State to^be. ThkWashington drtttitk still con-^tinues to print all Forney's letters^^doub...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 16 April 1869

THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, APRIL 16. KAFOMttDFOR THE POST. '^^ii$rr^^^Kionnl. ior ah. Washington,April 7.^Tbe Chaplain prayed ej,.,t! 1,1 .irtus of Cuba might be r-trength-^^ajaaal IkeMM ^! the sea delne'ed from^tneir oppression. Iruni''ullreported a bill to carry into effect^tb, treaty with Russia Wil-^^ ^ave notice he would oner a joint^re-L'luti'11 to authorise the President to ap-^, -omuiission to examine into the prac-^uc'^i'^.v of a 'h,P cnnal ^cros8 the Isthmus^0l Pari en I'Mwmmm^ _ Xh hill to tn* construction of ^ branch larJ ^^ War, passed HOUSE. Washington,April 7th.^The bill passed^repealing the act amending the first section^j of the Judiciary act of 178^, thus placing^the law in iu original position. Indianappropriation bill: An amendment^was adopted providing that nothing in this^act be construed as approving or ratifying^any Indian treaty made *ince July, 1867. Theamendment placing two million* at the^disposal of the President was adopted by ^8^to 83.r 1 Allother amend...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 16 April 1869

4 THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY. APRIL 16. TheMontana Post Tile^. lor ion* Wc^| (OLOKI Periiajs we are victimized. ^Put not^jour tikitli in Prince* ' may now be mended^' or Associated Press Report- jump into the river after the flames t ra.^It i^:ay have i*i-n either an error^ct Mr Simon tori'*, or a premeditated,^villainous t**-Il on all Radical editors not^thoroughly posted on Iowa celebrities.^We prefer to acknowledge beinjr sold :^It leaves one In e to uik ^ ^ a return iu^kind, and even Si moo ton is not invuN^nerable though the Achillea ot the^New York Associate ^u. In th^* tele^^grams yesterday, came lea* appointment^^Silas A Hudson, ^ ^'^^!^ ir^*i) to (iuate-^mala. It was just as g^^o^i a p'sce to^^end a tub blooded r^-prt-sentat^ve afl toe^colored troops as eitlur Hayti or Libe^^ria, and so we paid ^food^ to ihe ap^^pointment ot Mr. Silas A. Hudson, (col^^ored). Several Iriends took occasion^yesterday to jocosely congratulate us^on cla^si:;ing Mr Hudson, a full cousin^of (Jeneri....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 16 April 1869

TjJE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, APRIL 16. REPORTEDFOR THE POST. a* .^in ral \civ^. looio, April II.^The Pope's Jubilee^ce|ebrsted 10 Rome with great splendor.^Th^ Pop* mU mass at St. Peters, ihe Te^}_ run; in presence of the Cardinals,^-n atnhasr-adon! ami notabilities from all^...^ Europe. There was an itumen^e^rn n hi the evening, and the city mtiiiiummsted.^^^^^hia, April 11.^Tbe Appeal's Little^aajaj rays the steamer ii. A. Tboinp^g i incitinati for Linle Hock, is re- ofunstamped tobacco, snuff and cigar* man^^ufactured before Nov. 23 and aftet July 2u,^1863. rhall stamp tba earns within sixty 4nju.^When proof is furnished of payment .if tax^on such goods, the amount of tax shall be^refunded under regulations prescribed by the^i-ecreiarj of the lieasury. This matter will^be contested in the courts, and iT the whi-ky^be permitted to remsin in bonded wsroiiou-rt^until June 30. the Uz shall be one cent per^gallon for every month after April 20. Itis understood a large number of nomini-^...

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