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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 1 October 1864

iiwim'M 'I ^ ^ mmimmmmmmm _\ J. ^ _ in ^ I, ^mm h hiiiii ^ nwwwnr . ^ . u. iiimiwji n mil i i i mil n ^^ ^^ ' ^ ^ ' 111 11 J '^ F ^ ?| HLfTT ?1 ^ : l*5t41 **r- Jv (I X I) W ^> i ^ v **% * jliLLJL?? ST. ; ; gz D. W. T1XT0H, ^ CO., Editors ^ Proprietors. ^ 1 ^ ^ ' ^ 1 * - ^ 'My Country, May she Alway. be right, But My Country, Right or Wrong. ^ TEBMS:^$7,50 Per Year in Advanea V0L^ 1j , VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1864. ' N06. Ikl* ? l i ** w ?1rtri4 business cabbs. I ^ *?*SBS4dsSSS^SBBS?? Sic PouUitn fast ~ D. W. Tilton, ^ Co,, ot P. W. Tiltos. Be!^- R- t |,rr^.. ^ AND rnomiKTORS. J . , . ..ice at the City Book Store, Corner _ w of Wallace and Jackson Street*. f fu TERMS: B One copy, one year, - ^ :- ^ . $7.50 quai , One copy, six months, ... - 4.00 One copy, three months, . . . 2.50 JD. Bates off Anrertislng-. ^ proi Business cards, (five lines or less,) one year $20 00 friei ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ *ix months, 15 00 prei ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ three months 10 00 or w One sqnar...

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 October 1864

- ^ ^ ~ ~^ ^. W. TILTON 6c CO., Propria libra* raS VIRGINIA CITY. M. T. - 1 thf Saturday, Oct. 1, 1884. ? - ! . 0pj -- - ^ ^?^? fre PJTOCLVMATIOIft War** as. By*n act of Congress. approved May in 2fith, IS64, entitled ^ An act to provide a temporary e^u government for the Terrritory of Montana'' it is provided : ^ That the first election ehiill be held at P^' lucb. tiuiee and place*, and be conducted iu such an man ner both as to the pcr?on-^ who shall superintend j lucbelection and the return* thereof, M the Governor *ec *hull appoint and direct.^ th( Pf; THEREFORE, I, STi^:r.y Edg^ tros, Gov- . ^rnbr of the Territory of Montana, by virtu?' of 60' the power vested in lae have appointed the said firet th( ^lection to be held on MONDAY, THE TWENTY- , FOURTH DAY OF OCTOBER. A. D., 1364, betwe^ > the hour* of eight o'clock iu the forenoon and six wJj o'clock in tl e afternoon of said day. at which time will be elecUd by the elector* in said Territory, one P^1 Delegate to the Hou?e o...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 1 October 1864

if; f$ o a t a na ^ ail . ^*: ~:=z?z=. ^ ^^^ - ' ^ ^ ~ lent* i THE ONLY P .'.PER IN THE TERRITORY BL??LI eoaafo SjPgsL game jlpBSsp? game w BHbI power ??naanaHSnHnnw rvcrea ^ - ^ n ^- . .-^-r' :T ^ ^ J?TS Ot'lt U.f.ms. Sno Hrwn Gleks, of Virginia City, is our authoriied 8hot Agent to receive subscriptions, and moneys for faarrej s^me. His recipt will be good. Maj. Ureos, of Fort Benton, is our authorised partu nrent at Fort Benton and vicinity. prepa: Rowlings A Co., at Silver Creek; ^ iurapi Ma- T. J. Mkrriix, at Py?r Pear; ' * Also the CasrJ- {rom thi^ city to Fort Story ?PiPVost-Master, at Bannock City ; 3^!T Also the Post-Master at Snlt Lake; Ma. Jaa. Stcart at Deer Lodge. 5rouj Mr, Fbaek Wordes, at Hell Gates conk Da. Ovbrkbax, at Summit. , All of the above named gentlemen, are author- J *ce iied to receive subscriptions for tha. paper, adver ful1 ( tiring or job work, and receint fo* the same. dem r: ^ =r- gentl LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS. Wanted.^ Five copies of No. 1 of the Monta...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 1 October 1864

family, ^ the right thing to do ^ was to send ^* for the doctor, Tjke medijcal gentlemea ^1 sc: tbe held not oaAy flic privilege of doaiog thi anfl Arriving le#pic whtfn atrte-; hut even ^Th ^when dead ** vile bodies ** had another or- l*r d eal I to undergo at their hands. be When the doctor came he had to show his he chili, not to bring back the dead man or hi- woman to life again, but to adopt every fit precaution that he or she should do no such cm thmg; or, if he or she did, he or she should be of very little use. The doctor had first hii to extract the brain through the nostrils ne with a curved nrobe?tn make the head as di empty as possible ^ supposing the head not thi to be? empty already ^ and then to put in gii certain drugs. An incision being made ia, th in the side of the corpse, the intestines va w ere drawn out, washed in palm wine, and be corcVed with powdered aromatics. Some- co times they were restored to the body; some- fu times deposited in vases and laid in the b...

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. — 8 October 1864

;r:7G.^ -ran -V-,,*. , ^ 7V.it i^ _,^.^^ ?,.7 : ---- - --- -- .... 1 jl^ l : ^ jus.. , ^ = l .;. ; ? 1 ^1 Hi g^ MONTANA POS T. ^?l_ D. W. TUTO-rT, ^ CO.; Editor- ^ Proprietors. ^ 1 r ~ v'1- ^r^' 'aH ?-1^ - .^ ^ ?5* C01lntr7, May ^hc Alw*yi be rigtt' But *y CoaatrT. or Wrong. ^ T___tMS:-$1\5Q Per Year in Advanee .it . t : ; ) crfsiaxtx ,i>>_i* ->>^irj^Tr *~^ ' ~ 1 VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1864. NO. 7. rt^. ?ay__ _* Sflr_r.T-i business carps. r?Tz _ i. I ggggggg!!!!gg 7 D. W. Tilton. ^ Co., om D. VT. Tung Ben. R. Dittks. M BLISHERS ASD PROPRIETORS. J . Office at tbe City Book Store, Corner \Vs of Wallace and Jackson streets. Retai TERMS: ?ard flour, One copy, one year, .... $7.50 quan, One copy , six months, .... 4.00 Z One copy, three months, - 2.50 JDA Bates off Advertising. Wa pro pi Business cards, (five lines or less,) one year $20 00 frien ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ six months, 15 00 preps ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ three months 10 00 or wi One square one year, (ten ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 8 October 1864

g^-~ III ^. W. T1XTO.N ^ CO., Prepriotota* *' VIRGINIA CITY, M. T. f si Saturday, . T?T~. QetrS, 18t4. jj. TJHION TERBITOBIAL TICKET, * For Congress. '^ WILBUR F. SANDERS. 0 For tke Council. WILLIAM CHUMASERO of Virginia. _ JOHN S. LOTT' of Nevada. JAMES GIBSON of Summit. II ^*HA_8 ' ^ t, For Rcpret(!ntati'.pi, JAMES TUFTS, J N.L.DAVIS, 'f JOHN A. NELSON of Virginia. c JAMES WILLIAMS, W, P. WHEELER of Nerada. - J. B. JOHNSON of Summit. 4 ^ ^ c Tbe Candidates. . We take great pleasure in presenting to 13 tho Union voters of this Territory the 1 names of the gentlemen who have been 1 nominated by the conventions whose pro- c ceedings are published in this week's paper, I and we can, without fear of contradiction, 6 say that a better selection, both as regards ^ the candidates themielves, and the inter- ' ests of our young Territory, could not have * been made. i WiLum F. Sanders, who heads the ticket as a candidate for Delegate to Congress is a gantleman well known throughout the ' Te...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 8 October 1864

^ BIOS THE ONLY P : PER IN THE TERRITORY 3* __ of t _ fjj>t Aj?%, pnci ' 1 1 ^ ^ - ^ -* _ ^ ^ ? - our Oat_ AGEJITS. ^ ^ toni Iloon Glbsx, of Virginia City, is our authorized We] Agent to receive subscriptions, and moneys for pacl g_ue. His recipt will be good. Wet X_u. Uesos, of Fort Benton, is our authorized Rot agent at Fort Benton and vicinity. ftowuwii A Co , at Silver Cr?k. ; _ MR. T: J. Mr.^-~-, aY Prickly Pear; ff ^ . varn-r, going from this -city to Fort __it>n: ' was The Po^t-Master, nt Bannock City grai AUo the Post-Master at Salt Lake- rv, Ms. Jas. Stuart at Deer Lod^-e. ' sta\ Mr, Fraek Worde.v. at Hell Gates tnai Dr. Overmuav, at Summit. TJan Ail of the above named gentlemen are a*ther- ly ( iied to ^ eeive subscription* for the paper, adfer wis! ti'ing or job work, and receinr ^^^^ the Mime. the . sty] ^ _,r t-OCAL AND OTHER ITEY1S. arJ the ^ Job Work must invariable be pre-paid. ^ ^ Elephant corral ^ the best corral in town. our The weather las bee* very pleasan...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 8 October 1864

from Hate'*. ttorlk Calebs H~ Editor Po?t:^ As it may be of intcr-cat r to*to tdrTjlifc to (tear fjfpiji fjtiif eeo.iop\*rl * Mtommif-I fciabrfcce t^i^^cnaii^*a to furnish a short communication to your readers on the. f HbjejGtpf -jtlie gv?rif ioides-?aje?jkjt re. Of one fact there is no doubt ; that the Monitor gold lead is one of the ricnesLeyer s discovered. It is located on a small creek ^ called Ram's Horn, about 15 miles from fully tested, and the result is highly satis^ factory to the claim owners ^ Messrs. Dcyarmon, Sedmaa-eV Oswald ^ who have put up a six stamp quartx mill ; which mill has crushed a small amount of rock, and '' the amalgam on the chemical plates,' Jis highly satisfactory,' proving grearWcbtiess, and the future operations of the machine^ ry, it is believed, will be efficient and the product oi the mine very profitable. The gentlemen mentioned are enteiprjaing, en^ ergetic men. The firsts named, Mr. Deyarmon, is well known, to the writer of this, and deserves...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 15 October 1864

----%g? post ^^ ^ D. W. TILTON, ^ CO., Editors ^ Proprietors. ~ ~~~ ~ ; ^ ^ ^^ _ 1 = . ! My Country- Ma7 Always be rijht, But My Country, Bight or Wrong. ^ TERMS;.-$7,50 Per Year in Advance ^ - ' . V?__ VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1864. ~WX8. 7? 1^ _ Vifc ^ A ... .^ v* *irt___ BrrsiiVF.ss ~ ~ ? MeaaasjawaaMBBaaMaMaaaa b ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ 'BJBBBBBsaiaBBBaBiMaMBBaB? D. W. Tilton, ^ Co., sr. D. W. Th.tob.-V>* \ If ^^ Ban. B. Dittxs. Retai publishers ^*^^> PRurnieTORS. IIard ^ .^JL_ . J Hour, ^^i'V; -:, e CU!; Boate s*ore, Corner quan uf Uullace and JacKioa streets. a TERMS: PA One copy, one year, .... $7.50 One copy, fix month*, ..... 4,00 pr0DI One copy, three months, .... 2.50 friP^ ^ ^ pre pi Rate* of A4veTtlslaff. or m Bu^inca cards,' (five Krtes or less,) one year $20 00 ***** ^ ^ ^ ^ * ^ fix mor.thii, 15 00 t j ^ . ^ ^ ^ . ^ ^ three mouths 10 00 J_ One square one year, ften line* or less) 40 00 \lr One square six months ^ ^ ^ ^ 25 oft jrini? One square, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 15 October 1864

^. W. T1LTO.V Ac CO., Pr^prict^|s- j * VIRGINIA CITY, M. ^. |? ^ Saturday,- Oct. 15, 1364. : i i- t ???????? - ! ^ ^ c UNION TERRITORIAL TICKET. ForCoagrtii. WILBUR i\ SANDERS. For the Council. WILLIAM CI1UMASERO of Virginia. JOHN S. LOTT of Nevada. JAMES GIBSON of Summit. For Representatives. JAMES TUFTS, N. J.DAVIS, JOHN A. NELSON of Virginia. JAMES WILLIAMS, ,W. P. WHEELER of Nevada. J. B. JOHNSON of Summit. i ^ _^ Beaver Head County. FOR COCXClL. E. D. LEAVITT, F. M. THOMPSON. FOR RKPRBSEN'TATTVES. A. J. SMITH, .WILLIAM FAULDS. Election Precincts. Th the coining election, to be held on Monday, ^October 24, 1964., the polls will be cpened at the following places, and at erch precinct there are ap^ pointed three Jndgee of election named b^low whose duti is shall be such as are usually perf ormed bv those offic ^rs: Mhsotla Coc.stv. ^ At Willow Creek--^ Judges of j Election. F. D. Johnson, Jesse Burr, Elijah Chafin. ^ Hell Gate, at Word en A Co.'? Store.^ Judges of Election, M. M. ...

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 October 1864

- ^ ^ ^ ia THE ONLY PAPER IN THE TERRITORY th ~> - ----- 1 - th LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS. - - Arrived from America^ Creighton A Co.'s jei xjx train of ten wagons. The stock looked fine. wa ^^ P. ^ f or something good to read, and Sua station- go try go to the City Book Store. jj^ See ---^rtisement of Stuart A Co., in Deer th -^jge vaUey. ' ~ *5 Wall paper in endless variety at the City f^ Book Stores I of ^ ^ Oolonel Nelson keeps the nest rye whisky \u eri town. ^3 The latest es_t^m and western newspapers are always to be found at the P. 0. news depot. ^ _ _ ^ M A prize fight :s to come off on Sunday be- m tween the two feather weights, George Riley and Dave Suinlier, at Nevada. See posters. 8 _____ tu For Blank mortgage? 'powers^ Jfl attorney, -| quit-claim deeds, or warrantee deeds, go to the City 2 Book Store. w ^ . v^ Don't shoot?s-w-y?nm if you want to. j ^^ ^hoot, gc and buy yourself one of those splendid ' m l^vy revolvers at thjgCi (spook Store. 8 -^-We are gratified to hear...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 15 October 1864

:>lWg^jgg ^ L.LLL g ^ ^ ^! ^ They float away with myatic charm let Like phantom galleon* o'er the yea. 'mei The run pours forth from golden urns, ant Rich go >ds ol' throbbing, raellow light, hoi WofcS tuant! * o'er each Crashing bet jntj ' tie! And through the valley softly burn*. jt v ???LW?S?K??? all A high, for many a shining mile, for it float*, the only living thing. gcc Along the indented mountain's side an The lights and shi.de.- each other kiss, - ?* ^ -* HoWiwg snc'a daUiiUiC-J in their blus ^k ; TVy seem tobrenrtimd ne'er divide., ? ^ And, to the ardent, lingering gaze, mC Seem' witw a-jml^r=fuf life im trued, Expressive as a human face. wa tio Oh! bow tfse drapery of Day ~-nT ^j Trails queenly from her jewelled throne, And yet the goddess bends benign, *^* Mt.aatssVa?Jt?refcywSfr *rr Seeming to leave her Yegki sedt, sa Her arms around my neck to twine. fo When h^r feir bJuMtmaid Twill -ht.?'Otl ^^ To gently quench her altar's light, Silent the du-ky Piince of Ni?ht...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 October 1864

.8TK3M3[8TTS?IirC[A. HW1 .*^otT**JLj .. t ^' , ;. ^7,7; 77-- - ~ . ^- - ^ ^ - '^^ - ' T^^ - ^!!^^* ^^ ^ **^ Tir* - 1 1 ^^ ^ ??9?*? THE? MONTANA POST. D. W. TILTON, ^ CO., Editori * Proprietors. =?= == -??.???? ^ My C0Tlntry' May 8he Alwftys be My Country, Eight or Wrong. , TEEMS:?7,50 Per Year in Advance VOL 1 ~~ VIRGIiMA CITY, MONTANA rERRITORY, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1864. NO. 9. ST It t WL mil in 1 Y 1 1 1 lit $tant,ma fast - D. W. Tilton, ^ Co., *\ D. V7. Tnoros. Era. R. Dittes. r-l' 8 LI S*^ PSOfRlETORS. H^l ofts - ^ ^t t^e ritT Fiook Store, Corner flot of UnllMfcnnJ Jnrktan Streets. j I^ TERMS: |fi One copy, on^ year, . $7.50 ' A One copy, six month?, - 4_0q ! Al ^One copy, three months, .... 2.6O ', Pro Rntoa of A4 vertiain*;. ~ j Prp Ra^ir.,'se cards. (fiTe lines or 1^f^,) one year f 20 CO : be? ^ '* ^ ^ ^ fix months, 15 00 \ 1 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ throe months 10 00 i T One square on? yenr. ( ten lines or less) 40 00 i ALi One square six rjiaoth* ^' ^ ^ ^ 25 00 J One square, three mo...

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. — 22 October 1864

D. W. TILTOW tk CO., Proprteton* ' VIRGINIA CITY, If. T. Saturday, Oct. 22, 1864. UNION TERRITORIAL TICKET. For Cong-res*. WILBUR F. SANDERS. For tbe Council. WILLIAM CHUMASERO of Virginia. .'OHN S. LOTT of Nevada. JAMES GIBSON of Summit. For Representatives. JAMES TUFTS. N. .I.DAVIS, JOHN A. NELSON of Virginia. JAMES WILLIAMS, W. P. WHEELER of Nevada. J. B. JOHNSON of Summit. Election Precincts. In the coining election, to be held on Monday, October 24, 1804., the polls will be opened at the ^ following places, and at each precinct there are ap- ! pointed three Judges of election named below whose daties shall be such as are usually performed by those officers : MISSOULA OersTY.^ At Willow Creek.^ Judges of Election, E. 13. Johnson, Jesse Burr, Elijah Chafin. Hell Gate, at Worden ft Co.'s Store.^ ?Judg^s of Election, M. M. Tipton, John HiggiuB, David Pelty Jocko. ^ Judges of Election. James S. Morgan, Thomas S. Moxley, J. D. McAnally. DeiR Lodge Cou.vtv. ^ Stuart ^ Co.'s store, Jud...

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 October 1864

%?ri$^^r*a^$t*Lu ^ ^ . ^ ;- ^ . ? th THE I iMY P :j^ER IN THE TERRITORY nc th ^^' ' - --7- Oil LOCAL AWIl OTHER ITEMS. OUR AGENTS. on Hron Gi.f.nn. of Virginia City, is our authorized Agent to receive subscriptions, aud inoueys for Hi same. His recipt trill be good. _ Maj. Upson, of Fort Benton, is our authorized th agent at Fort Benton and vicinity. th Rowlings A Co., at Silver Creek ; of Mu. T. J. Mrh^^''- at Prickly Pear; 111 At? so* Carrier, going from this city to Fort ..:,!^ ; tej The Post-Muster, tit Bannock Citv; ^* Also the Post-Ma*ter at Salt Lak'e: Mr. Jas. Sti akt at Deer Lodge. Mb, Fraek Wosissg, atIL^U u-atej Dr. Overmen*, a; Summit. All of the above named gentlanjen are aatlior- lied to receive subscriptions for the paper, adver ^ Using or job work, and receiut. ^*^ the same. gp; Erfort, ataasa Jfc Co., received last week, 32 to wagons loaded with flonr arsl provisions. tif -^Rev. 3. P. BsYtnty will celebs ^l S mats at of at Summit City, Sunday the 2.!d, at 10 o'clock...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 October 1864

1 ^ * ^ Lawn ot Fairweather District, I Enacted bt th^Minb^s or said District, in J Pcbuc MeowInc, Skptsmbkr 16, 1864. ^ At a miner's meeting of Fairweather dis- i trict, Madison Countv. Territory of Mon- ' tana* h^H at the ^Miner's RetrVat/*' Sep^ tember lGth, 1864, in pursuance of notice j posted .up in three of the most public 1 places in said district, James Fergus pre- i siding, on motion, E. A. Brown was elect- ' ed Secretary. The report of the Committee appointed at a previous meeting, to revise the laws of Baid d;striet, sraa read, and, on motion, ac^ cepted and the committee discharged. The laws nnd regulations so reported Were then read and adopted by sections. A motion was then ni ni ... and carried, that a committee of ^^^e be appointed to bars th.- new law, together with the old laws still in force drawn up together aud printed ia pamphlet form. Lewie W. Burton, B. R. Martin, 0. B. We^ks, J. C. Otto snd Jamea McUuire were appointed a* such committee. Un rsotion, Jaeaes ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 October 1864

? ^i-iBBM>m-^^w^-^i^^m?? .;v..u_^s_s_*_a__*__^sissig^j.i?? THE MONTANA POST. D. W. TILTON, ^ CO., Editors ^ Proprietors. ~7~ - ^ ======?? My Country, Eight or Wrong. J TEEMS:~$7,50 Per Y^r in Admnee V ^L> L _ j VIRGmiA CITY, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1864. NO. 10 Mt MtOUtilttil ?0StU~=_??? I Written expre.lv for the ffiS I Tw ^^__. I . , , ~ D. W. Tilton, ^ Co., %' ^. W. Tilton. Bex. R. D,ttes. Ret* i*~ilisiters and fnorRiEToiiS. Hard Dffflce at the City Book Store, Corner flonr of Wallace and Jackson Streets. rlnan TERMS: p] }6ne copy, one year, ^ $7.50 One copy, six raontlis. - 4 (10 Wi One copy, three months, - y/jn Ptopi ^ ^ - *^en Bates of Advertising, PreP' tAeinftn UHk, (five lines or lew,) one year $20 00 beef '* ^ ^ six month?, 15 00 ^ * ^ ^ three months 10 00 T I fV-e cquare on^ vear' (tei^ ^^^ or less) 40 00 -Li One ^4UHje six mon. ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ 25 00 Jti One square, tn:ee ,nont^3 . lj fl^ Oa-rcsr column, one ; (>ar- M M P*^^ ^? ^ ax months W S*^ m ^ t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 October 1864

She ?0ttta^afJ?j _>. W. TILTON ^ CO., Proprl_^B. t^ VIRGINIA CITY, M. 1*. ^-*^^- ^atnrday, .... - Oct. 29, 1864.^ fori ?gyjygggy?? woi An oilier Victory. is a '^i ^^>^ ulFii, i lMIji'i _ I.J '^ we While g^ing to press, wc have received a telegram bringing welcome intelligence, j Lbngstre-et attacked Sheridsn in the Shen- j andoah vallev. At first, the' rebels drove!? inc all before theni and captured 2J guns, but j Qf Sheridan hurrying up, (he had just return- j j cd from Washington) restored the fight, | ? repulsed rjro enemy, took 43 pieces of ar- o? tillery, with caissons and many wagon , ^ trains. Tho enemy burnt many others, j Sheridan has taken .Strasbiirg. Hurrah for , r . pie the L nion ! , - ._ ^ tur flection Returns. ch: Ho Tne following returns have been received Y* here up to the time of going to press. We the merely give the majorities of tho different j precincts as far as he;! id from, for Dele- ha; gate to Congress ; ror McLl AM, Dotal Saxiiers, l'::ion. thf Vi...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 October 1864

THE ONLY P.: PER IN THE TERRITORY =1 ^^^^ he> ., ' _*J ^ ^ ^ ^ *~ pre LttCAI+AJtP OTHBK -ITCJLS. OCR AGENTS. j nM HuOB QutBB, of Virginia City, is our authorized nag Agrnt to receive sub.- captions, aud moneys fi>r Om ammo. Hi* recipt will be good. rfc Maj. PvasEL of Fort B-!iV^n, ia our authorized H'^t at Fort Denton am! vieii i ry . RowiJsW i Co , at Silver Creek: Vvi Mm. T.J. Mkkhu.i., at rVfddy Fetr; AL-o the Carrier, going i'.oui tail city tu Fart Etuton ; . ^ ^f The Post-Master, at Bannock City ; Also the Post-Master at Salt Lake; Jlsl Mh. Jas. STCAM at Deer Lodge. du_ Mr, Fkauk WoajMgB, atlleU Gatos ' i 001 Dr. OvRitMBAN, At'Soasmit.' All of th^ ahove named gentlemen are author- iied to receive subscriptions ff)r the paper, advei- Dai tuiug or job work, and roceiot r^- the same. om out r ohl Cord wood sells nt $10 00 per cord, in towfc. ricl of The nights are extremely cold. wei _j ^ ' - ^ CM] For a Eqnare maal, go to the Young America. '^ Dune ^ says he's going to the ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 October 1864

-^ i rrom Hhm\ Gulch. BrvEN'g GcLcn, Oct., 13tb, 1864. Indej . Editors Post : ^ We bare been waiting :n Tain to hear you Bay something about ^f our little gulch. ^ Wo have* now come to the array conclusion that, if we wished this place to lerity keep pace with the rest of the mining Price world, it has to go through your indispen- andt ^sable Post. The miners in this vicinity IPp^' are now looking at tho Post as one of their ties. . own institutions, and as such, thev wish to direc | be included in its cloumns,as well as other rebel mining districts -of less note have beeni Mi?*' i'o begin with, Biven's Gulch boasts of Sffi linviirg taken out some of the largest nug- that ;*etfl that have been taken out in the country, entei One of them weighing $349 85, and not a ^cros few weighing over $100. It is true that tio^ the most of the claims have been gutted, bat the boys are making a good thing out of \i0?( *iic bars and banks, which, in many in^ stances prove to be rich. There is plent...

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