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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 12 August 1865

^ wm mm ^ mum _ _ THE MONTANA POST. ^ . 1 . O. W. TILTON ^fc CO., 1 ^ ' ^' .^.--> ^^ l^T?T ~~~ ' Proprietors, j ^My Country, may she always be right ; but my Country, right or wrong.^ j mjm j?Z-!tT^ n n, VOL- 1* CITY OF VIRGINIA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1865. NO. 51. (THE MONTANA POST. jj. W. TUton _ Co. PUBLISHERS Si PROPRIETORS. | . gouk Start, corner of Wallace 6; Jackson m^ 0* ^ m Virginia City, Man. Ter. aff T _ R M S ~ Pli o-r> v/.:v.::v.^^ :v:.:y.v:;. ^J ^ c, J* three months 2 50 Bi: Bate* of Adverti.lag. g I'unU five line* or less> 3 months, t 10 00 i Bg^i^ei^?^? do do 6 months 15 00 th^ *h do. do. 1 year, 20 00 * - ten lines or less, 1 insertion, 4 00 _ OW*****1 lend0 d0. 2 do. 6 00 j da ^!^^ 1 month, 10 00 **^ do. do. 2 da 13 00 M 5 da da 3 da 15 00 da da da 6 da 25 00 d^- do do. 1 vear 35 00 4-1?:::::::::::::::::::::::: iS 1 ^T 1 month, 12 00 go 50- 2 da 18 00 wi ^^- 3 do 24 00 Tl |T tj do 40 00 loi Jo 1 year 65 00 a. rtne-eifhth column, 1 inserti...

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. — 12 August 1865

THE MONTANA POST. ^ THOS. J. DIMSDALE, EDITOR. tSaturday, A.ujf. 13, 1865. C ^ emn*m*mnnm*n**m*^mi ammmmmmmamam* ^ mnmmmmm^ a THAT YOUTHFUL. TBAVELEK. C 8i If ever, in the annals of journalism, an P Editor was completely humbugged, sold and t| receipted for, the unfortunate scribe of the St. Paul (Minu.) Press is that mun. In his ;tap^r of June 2bth, he devotes somewhere about a column to the story of a little girl Darned Emily Wells. The whole thing is one long tissue of falsehood, and the aforesaid ti Emily may take rank as the most acooin- ^ plished impostor of her age in America. As ^ we speak from personal knowledge, we are y not afraid of any contradiction, for none n can be made without necessitating false- ij hood in its concoction. Emily Wells alias y Emily Hammond, resided in Virginia City ^ with^ her uncle, Albert Wells, and so far from being in a starving condition, she. was n well fed, and attended school for some d months, being well and neatly clad. IJer fc teacher fi...

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. — 12 August 1865

'?MONTANA POST? ( -fi|V ( Vif PAI'E* IM 1 HE TERRITORY. i Auff. ibises. ! -'^'I0*- . ^ ^? ^IB AGENTS. J ^ >\ is our authorized Agent at Fort Benton. AtVaSK is our Agent ut Baunack. 8*1 w'r-MvN M-^tat;a City. ] A.*1? ' m Silver Bow. , -J G ^tk*it. Jefl^r*ou City. c\ * Cf ^^ Ga,e- 1 M?'SL'ts Helena. . u ! i in ll'T Genssu Gulch. ?SSflAWAT, Highland l^j*trict. n Pine Grove DWriOt J ^ ^ L-rn Summit City. r.??r.nf-lerateGulel, TTF. of Virginia City, is our authorized Agent 1 IV. i*10.1 riiiersaii^l mon!e^^. His receipt will be good. 1 ?OCAL ITEMS. mtific '.tion meeting of the Democratic party ' ,ff on Tuesd.iy evening, on which occasion, J. 1 ?^bff Coi. .McLivin. J. P. Hariow, Chas. Bagg, , Miller an*' Y. Pemberton, addressed the i 'U^i? stvlii'R themselves the Democracy. The |*Mk^rt csrefully avoided the only real question at . vj, ^ How a Delegate sent by a party avow- ( 11 ^hostile to the Administration could expect to ' i vthins f',r th's Territory in Washington. f H ^hober'= spee...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 12 August 1865

From .71 iMs on In ^ ^unty. Hellu ate, Missoula Co., July 25, 1865. Ed. Post: ^ At times a philanthropic trav^ eler passes our way, who does good to th^ suffering public, by bringing along with hin a number of the Post, and thus throws ; gleam of light on the obscurity which gen^ erally prevails. Our part of the country seeins to be forgotten by you as well as bj every one else. The last Legislature fenced us in, and closed the gate which our great and glorious Republic had opened for us, at the expense of several hundred thousand dollars. Closed us in merely because we raised a few sur^ plus vegetables, that we wished to exchange for the products of the soil of the uppei country. It seems not to be sufficient for our citi- cens to pay income and revenue taxes, but they must also pav taxes to the merchant who has watered himself with the sweat of the farmer and pioneer, and who raised him^ self to an official dignity, only to oppose the interests of his constituents who raised him o...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 19 August 1865

THE MONTANA. POST. ^. W. TILTON A CO., ) r^vLt>iJsia^i-s and. Proprietors \ ^ Mv Country, may she always be- right ; but my Country, right or wrong.^ ,.,A teiflms: ? o ? 07.5O per year, in iidvanco. VQL- *^ CITY OF VIRGINIA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1865. NO. 52. THE MONTANA POST? J>. W. Tllton ^fc Co. D. w. Tilton, Bex. r. DrrTE8, fUBLISHERS Sc. PROPRIETORS. Office at the City Book Store, comer of Wallace te Jackson Streets. Virginia City, Mon. Ter. TERMS: On. copy, one year, ^7 V) do. six months, 4 00 ^do. three months 2 50 Rale* of Advertising. UuHinen Cards, five lines or less, 3 months, t 10 00 do. do. do. 6 months, 15 00 do. do. do. 1 year, 20 00 ^ tne square, ten lines or less, 1 insertion, 4 00 do. do. do. 2 da 6 00 'do. do. do. 1 month 10 00 do. do. da 2 do 13 00 8o. do. do. 3 do 15 00 do. do. da 6 da 25 00 do. do. do. 1 year 35 00 Two squares. 1 insertion, 6 00 do. 2 do 8 00 ^ i mrhi:::::::r:::::::::::::::: H da 3 do. 24 00 do. 6 do 40 00 do. 1 year, 6...

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. — 19 August 1865

THE MONTANA POST. j9^ THOS. J. DIMSDALE. EDITOR. Saturday, A u|r. 19, 1S65 c j Notice. ^ For the information of the public, we \ beg to state that H. M. Bkyant is the traveling *^ Agent for the ^^ Moutaua Post,^ and is authorised N^ to solicit subscriptions j to obtain orders for job pf work, and to collect and receipt, for all moneys due th to this office. QV THE COMING ELECTION. m The rival Conventions have met; their sh platforms are made public; the nominations ^ have heen made, and the candidates for the office of Congressional Delegate are before Ke the people. T,et us examine their preten- ? sions. Major Upson is an old soldier, who t|( fought through the Mexican war: and he is su ulso the man to whom is entrusted the man^ agement of the negociations with the Black- ?l foot Nation, for the cession of all the land je upon which we live, and on which we are m '^trespassers, without title. This circuni- m stance, in itself, is of great weight in his . favor. His whole career, al...

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. — 19 August 1865

THE MONTANA POST. THE OVI Y PIPER II THE TERRITORY. ^wut urcln y -A-tiR^* 1 0, 1 805 . OIK AGENTS. H. M. BKTAXT is the traveling Agent for the ^ Montana j pott ^ and is authorized to solicit subscriptions. to obtain vrders for Job work, and to collect ami receipt for all mon- ^vs ^lue to this office. MAJOK DraM is our authorized Agent at Fort Benton. >1R. C. O. Tkask is our Agent at Bannack. ilKo. S. RaWUXOB, Silver Creek. A. Ackerman. Montana Clay, ^>. O. HORCM. Silver How. T. D. STRArr. Jefferson City. .TANKS StI'ART. Deer Lodge. WORMS ^ Pol Hell Gate. \V. S. HKATll Helens. John TEMPI.K. Junction City. V. H. Jacotiv. Gallatin City. KUXE ScilMll'T. (iennan dutch. H. H. Hathaway. Highland District. . J. W. WHITE. Pine (irove District. F. CHl ttCH. Summit City. F. O. RISK. Confederate Gulch. Kl>. Piyt'KTTE. of Virginia City, is our authorized A pent to receive subscriber* and monieo His receipt will be good. TjOCAIj items. A few days ago the Chrysolite Company paid a visit t...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 19 August 1865

i i j l.et(^rlr^mH^lfB^. E '^ -^' Helena, Aug. 15th. 1865. ? Ed-. Posts ^ The ever available topic of '^the weather^ efffords me a starting' point for my letter, and this time with good rea^ son, for the gloomiest hypochondriac would hare felt light hearted had be accompanied mo on a pleasure trip which the splendid weather of last week induced me to take. A5- we emerged from -She confined streets ( of our city, at 4 a. and reached the bluffs lying to the east of onr town, we gazed de^ lightedly at the fairy scene. The young morn rising in its 'beauty from behind its misty curtain, was hissing the brow of the 'highest peak of the Bear's Teeth and Belt Mountains. Oar situation was comfortable. I know of nothing more exhilarating than a ride on one *of Oliver's well appointed - ^coaches, behind a ten mile-an-hour team, guided by a scientific Jehu; the cool breeze of early morning fanning the cheeks and filling the heart with gratitude to the God of Nature. On we ^rolled, at a rapid ra...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 26 August 1865

T H E MONTANA POST. I>. W. TU/rO?f A CO., i ^ ~ 1 ^ puuiiai?-ry fitiici Proprietors, j ^My Country, may she always be right; but my Country, right or wrong.^ ^ , \ 07 5Q ' xJ??hn? flxti? t1 VOL-1' CITY OF VIRGINIA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1865. NO. 53. THE MONTANA POST. I>. W. Tilton ^fc Co. D W TlLTO* BEH. K, DITTES. PUBLISHERS Sl PROPRIETORS. the City Book Sort, corner of Wallace 4- Jack ton ^?Ct Streets. Virginia City, Mon. Ttr. TERMS; ^?do * month8 4 00 jo three month*, 2 50 Bate* of Advertising. ^ Cardi. five lines or lees, 3 months, $ 10 00 do do. do. 6 months 15 00 do. do. do. 1 year, 80 00 ^onsrs ten lines or less, 1 insertion, 4 00 009 5 do. do. 2 do. 6 00 do do. do. 1 month, 10 00 i0 do. do. 2 do. 13 00 d0 da *o. 3 do 15 00 jo. do. do. 6 do 25 00 jo. do. do. 1 year 35 00 Two squares, 1 insertion, 6 00 da * do 8 00 d0 1 month, 12 00 ^do 2 do 18 00 do. 3 do 24 00 do 6 do 40 00 do. 1 year. 65 00 Ont eirhth column, 1 insertion, 8 00 do. do. 2 do. 12 00 do...

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. — 26 August 1865

THE MONTANA POST. TH08. J. DIMSDALE. EDITOR. Saturday, A ur. 26, 1 SOtt i, | no Nones.^ For the information of the public, we ; be] beg to state that H. M. Bkyawt is the traveling Agent for tbe ^ Montana Post,^ and is authorised J to solicit subscriptions ; to obtain orders for iob nie work. nnd. to collect and receipt, for all moneys due rin to this office. _ ^^^ i Ju THE MONTANA POST^ VOL. 3, NO. 1. We cr* The present issue of the Post inaugurates Ju the commencement of the second year of its foi existence as the pioneer newspaper of the foi Territory. The present proprietors pur- mi chased the stock in trade of Mr. John ar Buchanan, and commenced the publication an with the third number. From that time to Tl the present, it has boen their constant care, pr and our own also, to improve the paper in a every way, so as to make it worthy of its he mission, and creditable to Montana. How ne far we have succeeded it is for others to J( judge; but of the efforts required to sustain er i...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 26 August 1865

?HE MONTANA POST. * THE OXL^ PIPE* ^ TM1MIT0KT. ? ^ =???^v. Aug.ae,1865. the ?fUrdny' bei ???? OUB AGENTS. av^ u bkv WT is the traveling Agent for the ^ Montana \_ H ^ * ; , Vanrborized to sofieit subscriptions, to obtain JE Post. work and to collect and receipt for all mon- ?T ^^fouXJthis office. J r rr*oX is our authoriaed Agent at Fort Benton. $2 Mr O Th\sK i* ^^^ Agent at Bannack. gtr *_ *t RaWi.i!I08. Silver Creek. . ? r;E^M;KKKMAN. Montana City. n n DOBCW. Silver Bow. 2 O STRAIT. Jefferson (. ity. ,.Jr^ STL'AKT. Deer Lod*e. jrS-SoS Hell Gate. yo ^- S Heath Helena. ou ^ ' . tmipi E Junction City. tv H jACftW Gallatin City. ^ rsE Senior. ^>^^aD Guloh- Z H H tUTUWAT Highland District. J j. W. .vVHim J*- . ^J ?.stnct. - i ralnCH Summit City. _ rW^ Confederate Gulch. J PlolETTE of Virginia City, is our authorized Agent en JJJgJJJ susseribers and monies. His receipt will be good. JjOCAIj ITEMS. * OH the 90th inst., the sporting fraternity, on excited cay- ? ^ of rt'ifferent patte...

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. — 26 August 1865

TELEGRAPHIC. ^ 1 J ~ v ^V w\ , .^ New York, July 1^. Tbe steamer Havana brings Havana dates tc the 12th inst. The Dearo denies the report that Captain Page, of the ram Stonewall, had entered the Mexican Imperial service, and says he has gone to England to enter the merchant service. It is well known, however, that several of the officers of the Stonewall did go~~to Mexico, and that others have engaged in the Spanish navy. It is reported that the blockade runner Seraphim it to engage in the slave trade. Washington, July 17. The President, has appointed Thomas Maxwell Direct Tax Commissioner for Alabama; Calvin Brown, of New Jersey, Consul at Augsburg; Adam Gregg, of Tenaessee, Consul at Kingston, Jamaica; John H. Gibbon, assayer of the branch Mint, at Charlotte, N. C. ; Charles Durkee, formerly U. S. Senator from Wisconsin, Governor of Utah ; Wm. H. Wallace, Governor of Idaho, in place of Caleb Lyon. The former was lately delegate in Congress from that Territory. The Patrie says that...

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. — 2 September 1865

THE MONTANA POST. = ^ * D. W. TILTON ^, CO., ) ^ ar - , , . , , Putoiisbers and Pro?i^tQtt8> If ttvntiMr My Countrv^ may she always be right ; but my Country, right or wrong.^ TER?S: flfatonca???' . I 87.50 per year. In advanee. VOL. 2-N072T ? CITY OF VmGINIA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1865, [WHOLE NO. 54. ^ A THE MONTANA POST? r>. W. Tilt on ^Sfc Co. y. w. Tilton, Ben. R. Dittes, PUBLISHERS 4. PROPRIETORS. ] ice at the City Book Store, corner of Wallace (r Jackson m Streets. Virginia City, Man. Ter. ^ TERMS: ^ copy, one year $7 50 ca do. six months, 4 OO g do. three months 2 50 b, Rates of Advertising. O ^ jiness Cards, five lines or less, 3 months, S 10 00 tj do. do. do. 6 months, 15 00 do. do. do. 1 year, 20 00 ^te square, ten lines or less, 1 insertion, 4 00 do. do. do. 2 do 6 00 do. do. do. 1 month, 10 00 r do. do: do. 2 do 13 00 J do. do. do. 3 do 15 00 .K do. do. do. 6 do. 25 00 11 do. do. do. 1 year, 35 09 p^ vro squares. 1 insertion, 6 00 lr do. 2 do 8...

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. — 2 September 1865

THE MONTANA POST THOS. J. DIMSDALE. __g_ | ?! Saturday, ^^?pt. 3, lseeT I MMMSSSasSSSSBSI?? I III THE ELECTION. On the day after to-morrow a great ques- j Pa tion is to be decided by the People of Mon- at tana. The issue is simply whether ignor- ?' ance and fanaticism is to mar the harmony, I ? blast the reputation and destroy the pros- i w: pects of this Territory ; or whether common 80 sense, patriotism and a recognition of the tn final decision of past matters in dispute aD shall unite us in the effort to forget the past th and iu striving together, hand in hand, for the common weal of the great brotherhood h3 inhabiting the richest country on the face of ^* the earth. We should think that the small- dc est particle of ^ Nous,^ or motherwit of the ct most ordinary kind, might decide this ques- ev tion. A gentleman of Montana, a very good ^ miner and a kind, social friend, but a most ar worthless Delegate, having been weighed in 20 the balances and found wanting, totally and re co...

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 September 1865

THE MONTANA POST. XHE 0*LY PAPER H THE TERRITORY. ?tltn,.floy. fr**^*i>t. ii. \Htir,. M BliVAVT is the traveling Agent Tor the ^ Montana , .'^^'and a authorized to solicit subscriptions. to obtain ^?Jl t-,r j,,b work, ai^l to collect and receipt for all mon- ^ u ,0R fpsox is our authorized A gent at Fort Benton. if a l' O Tkask is our Agent at Bannock. -v-o S R.%W!JN^^*. Silver Creek. I AcKERMAN. Montana City. . * rt'fl IH>BI'M. Silver Bow. J.' li STKATT. JllftjIBM City. lia** BtTJABfi Da r Ledge, 1 xvoiti Br*Co., H^*1 Gate. ,v a Heath. Helena. 10IIX TKMI'I-E. Junction City. W H- JArol,Y- Gallatin City. k'i i\f HciDiWr, German Guloh. ii H. thaw ay, Highland District. . \y \\ HITE, Pine Grove District. f CHirRCS, Summit City. , J,*p_ RISK. CottfeQerate dutch. Rn PKjUwTTR, of Virginia ('ity. is our authorized AfSSfl J?gjye nubscribe** and monies. His receipt will beg !. TjOCAT.) X'T'lI-IVJrjS. ^ Frikni's of Montana ! To the Poll EARLY. Vote ' r Major I'pson and the People's Tick...

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. — 2 September 1865

[Entered according- to the Actvf Congress, in the year Fr 1865, by THOS. J. DIMSDALE. in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the 1st Judicial. District of Montana em '? Territory.) banc TIIE worl VIGILANTES OFMONTANA. Z^i :o: com A FULL AND COMPLETE HISTORY OF ^__ ^ _ near. THE CHASE, CAPTURE, TRIAL AND EXECU- \fi-, TION OF ALL THE OUTLAWS WHO FIG- URED IN THE BLOODY DRAMA. part :o: undi CHAPTER II. Stat . THE ST7NNT SIDE OF MOUNTAIN LIFE. in tt ^Th^ friends thou hast, and their adoption tried, very Grapple them to thv soul with hooks of steel.^^ SHAK8. ^ A: In the preceding chapter, it was necessary pera to show to the reader the dark side of the of tl cloud : but it has a golden lining, and though Plui many a cursory observer, or disappointed Ree1 speculator, may deny this fact, yet thou- had sands have seen it, and know to their heart's tbar content that it is there. Yes ! Life in the may mountains has many charms. The one great vanl bless ing is perfect freedom. Untramme...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 9 September 1865

THE MONTANA POST. X>. W. TX3L,TO]V ^fc CO., j ~ ' ~~ ! ^ -: publishers 6tn.ca. Proprietors. \ ' ^ Mv Country, may she always be right; but uiy Country, right or wrong.^ \ terms: ^ ^ * ^X W.BO |^r year, In advance. VOL. 2-NO. CITY OF VIRGINIA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1865. tWHOLE NO. 55. ....its I I i \ \ 'I' 4 X' i nrvom ^ ^ _ . . ^ ^ , m *M^gMl?M?*aa*M**?M?a_______________MMiB_M|Ma??MaM?M?MMMM,??^ _ ?____________ THE MONTANA POST. ===== Wi I>. W. Tllton ^fe Co. p W. TILTON, BEIt. R. DlTTRS, PUBLISHERS _ PROPRIETORS. J[ ,)_, at f/K Ctfy Book Store, corner of Wallace Sr Jackson mJ;e Street!, Virginia. City, Mon. Ter. a^ TERMS r Oa# copv. one year $7 50 carr do. six months 4 00 Bill do. three months, 8 50 bea Bates of , Advertising. , Cas Business Cards, fire lines or loss, 3 months, % 10 00 ?JF do. do. do. 6 months 15 00 do. do. do. 1 year, 20 00 Oar square, ten lines or less. 1 insertion, 400 ^o. ^o. do. 2 do. 6 00 do. do. do. 1 month, 10 00 ^ do. do. do. 2 d...

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. — 9 September 1865

THE MONTANA POST. Z??S1J- DIMSDALE, EDITOR. A Saturday, Wept. O, 1803 Co1 ^^jfjgaae?? add Our Ne w Secretary. mei We may expect Thomas Francis Meagher, ? our new Territorial Secretary, among us, next week. The Governor has received a I telegram stating that this illustrious Irish- .j. man left Atchison on the 24th ult., and would reai come as fast as the coach could bring him. ? In his own beloved land, hie name was ^ ; , ' ing watchword among the people, and they who ? could not but differ from him totally, in | ?. matters political, yet recogniied his genius, j ?un admitted his ability, and applauded his hon- j ^sty. The word of one of tho very best j poJ of a noble nation, who has dared death a ^ ^ pro hundred times in the shock of battle, fought for the maintenance of the liberties of the A . uat American people ^ will go far in persuading his countrymen to turn from the slippery ?j, paths into which hireling agitators and sel- cra fish politicians have led so many of them, He 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. — 9 September 1865

THE MONTANA POST. . * : ^ ^ in t ~tr\: mli pii'in w the nuiTMii. 7 l. :i , - ^ . . wh^ Hatt\f^??i..?..l..w 18^5 tud OIK AGENTS. 2^ H. M. Bryant is the traveling Agent for the ^ Montana airi Post,^ and is authorised to solicit subscriptions, to obtain Th^ orders for job work, and to collect and receipt for all mou- tail cvs due to this office. ^ j MAJOR UPSON^ is our authorized Agent at Fort Benton, lie MB. C. O. Trabk is our Agent at Bannack. arl(j OEo. S. RawUNos. Silver Creek. , ^ \. ACKERMAN, Montana City. O. G. DokUM, Silver Bow. , ^^ T. P. Strait. Jefferson City. tor .Tames Stitart. Deer Lodge. is i WOKDEN ft CO.. Hell Gate. in t H. M. Bryant. Helena. JOHN TEMPi-E. Junction Citv. _ W. H. JaCOBY, Gallatin Citv. T H. Klineschmidt. Gernian Gulch. der H. H. Hathaway. Highland District inf J. TV. WHITE. P'ne Grove District. be V. rni RCH. Summit Citv. vr\. T. G. RISK. Confederate Gulch. ? ED. PWil'KTTE, of Virginia City, is our authorized Agent Ne to receive subscribers and monies. ...

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. — 9 September 1865

[Entered according to the Act of Congress. in the vear j ^yr 1865. by TH08. J. DM8DALE in the Clerk's Office of | : the District Court of the 1st Judicial District of Montana ! Territory.] ^ m THE | Ci VIGILANTES OF MONTANA. I WT :o: di A FULL AND COMPLETE HISTORY OF I |J THE CHASE. CAPTURE, TRIAL AND EXECV- ' ti TION OF ALL THE OUTLAWS WHO FIG^ URED IN THE BLOODY DRAMA. 7* :o: * CHAPTER V. ' ! ei THS DARK DAYS OF MONTANA. ^Will all Neptune's Ocean wash this blood j tC Clean from my hand ? ^ ^ MACBETH. I t [ Henry Plummer, a sketch of whose pre^ vious career will appear in a subsequent j h part of this narrative, came to Montana j tc Territory from Orofino. He aDd Reeves had j'ai there got into a difficulty with another man, | h and had settled the matter in the way usual j js in the trade ^ that M to say, they shot him. i h Plummer ^ who, it seems, had^ for a long j h time contemplated a visit to the States ^ ! ti made at once for the River, intending to go j 1^ down by boat : but ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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