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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 16 September 1865

THE MONTANA POST. ! X>. W. TILTON ^ CO., 1 ???????=:?I=::=:::==:::=:::?? jpiatoiisijoi-s etuci Proprietors, j u My Country, may she always be right; but my Country, right or wrong.^ \ tejplms: - I W.50 per year, In advance. VOL. 2-WO. 4.3 CITY OF VIRGINIA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 16, 1865. [WHOLe1*o756. j THE MONTANA POST. T>. W. Tilton ^fc Co. 1). VV. TlLTOX. BEX. R. DlTTES, __^.^ PUBLISHERS St PROPRIETORS. T B Oftrt at the Citv Book Store, corner of Wallace *r Jackson *S*J^ Str'eeu. Virginia City, Mon. Ter. affords plied, TERMS: One copy, one year 57 50 earned do. six months 4 00 Rillian do. three months 2 50 be acc^ Kates of Advertising. Castne Business Cards, five lines or less, 3 months $ 10 00 jsJfJS do. do. do. 6 months, 15 00 do. do. do. 1 year 20 00 One square, ten lines or less. 1 insertion 4 00 do. do. do. 2 do. 6 00 do. do. do. 1 month 10 00 CJTJI do. do. do. 2 do_ 13 00 O fi, do. do. do. 3 doT 15 00 :__ do. do. do. 6 do 25 00 *>^^, do. do. do. 1 ...

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. — 16 September 1865

THE MONTANA POST. TH08. J. DIMSDALE, EDITOR. I Saturday, Sept.- ie, 186?. stri SBBBSBSSSiBBtSBSBSBBBSSBBBSBSBBSBSi ent THE HfiNiior, DOCTRINE. De the The time is rapidly approaching when it w;j will be necessary for us to determine whether 0^ America really belongs to Americans, and cfa whether it is to be governed according to the t?e will of this people, or whether they will Are submit to the introduction of the monarch- for ical form of Government on this continent. The struggle must come sooner or later, and why not at once ? It is easier to break the twig than to uproot the tree. All in qq1 good time, Canada will come into the Union ?rc of her own accord. A few years of want of rjn ^Reciprocity^ on the one hand, and of really t?c kind treatment on the other, will effectually at settle that question. ijn The tug of war will be in Mexico. That ? country is now like the Gulf Stream ^ the ^ breeding ground of storms, and in it are planted the germs of complications that will If ari...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 16 September 1865

THE MONTANA POST\ AtMt^ ^THE MtY PAPER W THE TERRITORY. snow - ; ^ - ^ era f Saturday, Sept. 16, 1865 JJ* *^^S^S1SSB^S^^ISI?^SSS^K^^?B^^SSSSB^^SSSSSBSBSS^SSS^JB^BSSS^ ually OUR AUENTS. J?^ ri M. BSTAXT is the traveling Agent for the ^ Montana | tnetn l^,.s: .^ and i* authorized to solicit subscriptions, to obtain I B^ ^ orders !^* Js* work, and to collect and receipt for all mon- I cart; mi due to this office | noon ' Ma.ior Upkos is our authorized Agent at Fort Benton. * ^^ MR. C. 0. Tkask is our Agent at B^nnack. . ^;Eo. S. lt.tWI.Wrf. Silver Creek. C8mc A. Ackekman, Montana Citv. we ci ,i. (, DOMTM, Silver Bow. ^ T. I). STRAIT. Jefferson Citv. J ames Stfart. Deer Lodge. I),1*00 WORMW* CO.. Hell (late. /.he ' H. M. BRYANT. Helena. ~ata' JOBS Tzmtm, Junction C'.iy. ?here W^, II. JAOOST, Gallatin Cit'v. T. H. Kmnesohmiut. German Gulch. Wne H. H. Hathaway. Highland District. ours- .1. W. White. Pine Grove District Y. CHt'ROH, Summit Citv. F. G. Bisk. Confederate Gulch. Fn ED. Piotktt...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 16 September 1865

[Enteral according tr> the Art of ^ longress. in the year \ j-jj 1W55. by Titos. J. Dimmiai.e. in the Clerk's Office of i the District Court oi' the 1st Judicial District of Montana W1 Territory.] Cl^: Tin: ,b, VIGILANTES OF MONTANA. K :o: tn( A FULL AND COMPLETE IIISTORY OT cu TBI C II A si'. (ATTIRE, TRIAL AND EXECU- i bai THIN OF A LI. THE OUTLAWS WHO FIO- , I* RED IN THE BLOODY DRAMA. no :o: 8ai CHAPTER VI. THE TRIAL. Desponding ft ar. of feeble fannies full, Weak ami unmanly Icx-shus every jiower. Thomson. fr^ Tbe indijrnation of thi> citizens boiDg m' aroused by this atrocious and unprovoked by massacre, a mass meeting was held the fol- all lowing morning, to take some action in the m^ promises. Charley Moore and Reeves hear- tal ing of it, started early in the morning, on th' foot, towards Rattlesnake, Henry Pluminer to preceding them on horseback. Sentries ka were posted all round the town, to prevent Hi egress, volunteers were called for, to pursue an the criminals, a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 23 September 1865

THE MONTANA POST. _ ^ ^ _ X>. W. TILTON ^. CO., -i ' ' ~ j=xxi_>i^siDe-7s a,__.ci Proprietors. ) ^ My Country, may she always be right ; but my Country, right or wrong.^ \ teiflivls: ' 97.BO per year, in ^^lvanoe. VU, 2-NO. 5.] CITY OF VIRGINIA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1865. [WHOLE NO. 57. THE MONTANA POST. _>. W. Tllton ^fc Co. 2 D. w. Tiltos, Bex. R. Dittes. ) BJt( PUBLISHERS St PROPRIETORS. i Ne Ojict at the City Book Store, corner of Wallace If Jackson !|n Streets, Virginia City, Mon. Ter. tne TERMS: p One copy, one year ffj 50 1 do. ^ix months 4 00 do. three. months, 2 50 ^ Rates of Advertising. Business Cards, five lines or less. 3 months, $ 10 00 da do. do. 6 months, 15 00 do. do. do. 1 year 20 00 One square, ten lines or less, 1 insertion 4 00 tjt da do. do. 2 do. 6 00 I da do. do. 1 month 10 00 I do. do. do. 2 da 13 00 R I do. do. do. 3 do. 15 00 I do. do. do. ^ da 25 00 | do. do, do. 1 year, 3500 ^ I Two squares, 1 insertion, 6 00 [ do. 'i do 8 ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 23 September 1865

THE MONTANA POST THOS. J. DIMSDALE. EDITOR. gatxirday, Sept7a3, 1805. | ? LOUIS NAPOLEON. i ** D ; nee The most astute politician of modern times j nuu is Louis Napoleon ; but cunning as he is, he i whi cannot make the American people believe in I was his honesty, or in the expediency of giving i six France the highest seat in the court which | fan determines the status of parties political io seai America. The Nephew of ^ My Uncle ^ ia the trying for this, but he will fail signally ia acti the end. The Emperor has out a camil stoi through the Isthmus of Suet, witb the idea mir of sapping the foundations of British power trik and commerce in the East. He is now ma- j ser nceuvring for a canal and a railroad through rea Central America, with a view to giving the j cor Yankees a little left-handed help in the line j No of freight cam ing across the Pacific. j to Propped on bayonets, the throne of Na- aft poleon is an insecure seat, aud wars or oc- | cupations requiring the presence of...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 23 September 1865

I -?MONTANA POST. *-?OHY PlPHl Dl THE TERRITORY. 1?-^^ oi k A ^i E vrv. _ .,NT j, the traveline Agent for the ^ Montana H. M ^ ' i^.r:7^l to solio't suliseriptions. to obtnin I po^i^ ^n iiml to eolleot and receipt for all mon- onld* ^^ ^;,... I ^^,. m this ^m^ ^ * rpsOS ;^ '^^r authorized A (rent at Kort Uvnton. M-tJOl! i ' K i, .^^^ AL-..nt at Bauuack. MK- Ci Silver Creek. ,,l^r , .vvv Montana City. ?^(f'pmu:M Silver How V ,. >-n:u' ^- '^>^^ .,^^^ Sir.AKT. Deer L,.dge. H m BKVAM lle.ena. IOHS TKMI'i K .lunetion City. W II JaCOBV. Gallatin City. T H KriNF-rMMinT. Uerman Gulch. H U HATHAWAY. Highland District. , ' \y WHITE. Pine Grove District. y CHTRCH. Summit City. y (',. Kl?x. Contedernte Gulch. En PrjfnTE: of Virginia City, is our authorized Agent v r -u'scribers and monies. His receipt ^ ill he good. JjOCAIj items. ^'Jack Sheppard.^ to-nisrht at the Montana th.-atre. A large number of prominent citiiens nre leaving B3 for the East, to spend the winter and enjoy the iruits ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 23 September 1865

[Entered nccord.njc to the Act of Congress. in the year bra 1?65. bv THOS. J. DIMSDALE. in the Clerk s Office of tQe the District Court of the 1st Judicial District ot Montana . Territory.] TIIE pog VIGILANTES OF MONTANA. S2 . :0: dro A FULL AND COMPLETE H1STORV OF few THE CHASE. CAPTURE. TRIAL AND EXECV- hal: TION OF ALL THE OUTLAWS WHO FIG- Wi: URED IN THE BLOODY DRAMA. QQ sos taa CHAPTER VIII. poo a CALENDAR of crimes. tot The murderer's curs*, the dead man's ttxed still glare, the And fears and death s cold sweat, tuey all are there. ? Others connected with the mock trial con which we have described, fared badly, being to t waylaid and cruelly beaten. Mr. Ellis, tjje the principal witness, was dogged every w0, time he went to. or returned from his claim, n0 and fioallv was compelled to return to the dru States, fie was followed to Fort Benton, a mu distance of three hundred miles, escaping hiu death at fhc hands of his pursuers by slip- wh( ping away secretly down the river.and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 30 September 1865

_ f THE MONTANA POST. ' ^ ^ j-? W. TILTON ^_ CO., -i 1,1,1 - ^ ^_. lisiror? ..axca. Prop-ieore. 5 ^My Country, may she always be right; but my Country, right or wrong.^ \ ?RMS: ^ . - ^ . r 6 ' \ 97.HO per year. In ad v a n_^. V0l?WO- 6J . CITY QF VIRGINIA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1865. [WHOLE NO. 58. VOL. j THE MONTANA POST r>. W. Tilton Ac Co. P^> _ W TUTOS, ^ BLX. R. DlTTEjattendj ^ PUBLISHERS ^ TKOPRIETORS. New Y^ Citv Book Store, corner of Wallace St Jackso ot)ler '^ Of*'**' starts. nreinia City, tfon.tlr. * will be the N'e\ TERMS: the o_^ ,..^, .... *7 ^ T. Han Jo. three months 2 q ?Jj Rates of Advertising;. ^ ,:^.^ Cards, five Hues or less, 3 m nths $ 10 d B d.>. d^- do- 6 months, 15 d | _0. do. do. 1 year 20 (1 n_^uare. ten lines or less, 1 insertion, 4 (1 ^*d(i do. do. 2 do. (10 Coin do. do. 1 month, 10 (1 Fo a0 do. do. 2 do 13 0t^ ^ . d0. do. do. 3 do 15 0tD- *^ * do do. do. 6 do 25 04 io, do. do. 1 year 35 0(\ ___ p^o squares, 1 insertion, 6 00\...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 30 September 1865

THE MONTANA POST. * THOS. J. DIMSDALE, EDITOR. ~ C Saturday, Sept. 30, 1 80^s7 and MMMBaBBaiBBBHBBBBBBBg oft MONTANA. app _ as 1 The heading to this article is but one word, tar ?et it is pregnant with interest, not only to an(j our iwn people and our ^Western neighbors, tne bat to the inhabitants of the Union at large ; 0j f and it is with unfeigned pleasure that we j t^ find our sentiments are in sympathy with tQe Eastern people, and that from a mass of ?ra correspondence and other sources of au- f( thentic information, we are amply justified jej in predicting a career of prosperity for our ? Territory, the details of which will rank ? among the standard ^sensations^ of the ? time to come. Public opinion is now awake ana to the vastness of our resources and the ? splendid openings for capitalists, who seek mQ to amass millions by the expenditure of a ^ r can few thousands, in the development of our r-,? mineral wealth. Opportunities for making rapid fortunes, by the sale of mercha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 30 September 1865

THE MONTANA POST. TJ ?^tbeojly PAPEiTiiTraE territoiit. ^* t t . . - _ the fijaturday, Bept. 30, 1868. ^ aC Ol'R AGENTS. Gh H. M. Bryant is the traveling Agreit fox the ^ Montana ^>^ Post.^ ^^d >' authorized to solicit subscriptions, to obtain n orders for job work, and to collect and receipt for all mon- eVi due to this oiBce. W^ Major Cfson is our authorized Agent at Port Benton. Hit MR- C O. Trask is our Agent at Bannack. m9 OEo S. RaWUXiis. Silver Creek. A ACKERMAN, Montana City. Pla q 0. porvm. Silver Bow. jud X P. STRAIT. Jefferson City. JAMES STL' ART. Deer Lodge. WORPBX* Co.. Hell Gate. M H M. Bryant. Helena. vei John' TEMPLE. Junction City. No W H. Jacoby. Gallatin City. T. H- Klint.sohmidt. German Gulch. 001 H. H. Hathaway. Highland District wa j \V. WHITE. Pine Grove District La F. CHfRfH Summit City. f . (}. Risk. Confederate Gulch. 001 En. Piyi'ETTE of Virginia City, is our authorized Agent cre lo receive subscribers and monies. His receipt will be good, effc ? ~ ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 30 September 1865

(Entered accordinc to tbe Act of Congress, in tbe year 1865. by Thos. J. Dimsdale. in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the 1st Judicial District of Montana Territory.) THE VIGILANTESOFMONTANA. A TVXl AKD COMPLETE BISTORT OF THE CHASE, CAPTURE, TRIAL AND EXECU^ TION OF ALL THE OUTLAW S WHO FIG- USED IN THE BLOODY DRAMA :o: CHAPTER X. THE REPl'LSE. ^Though few the numbers^ theirs the strife, That neither spares nor epeaks for lift.^^ Ryron. In the present and succeeding chapters, will be found accounts of actual experiences with Road Agents, in the practice of their profession. Th? exact chronological order of the narrative has, in these cases, been broken in upon, that the reader may have a correct notion of what an attack by Road Agents usually was. We shall show at a future time what it too often became when bloodshed, was added to rapine. As the facta related are isolated, the story is not injured by the slight anachronism. About three weeks after the occurrences- recor...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 October 1865

THE MONTANA POST. ^ - ^ ^ - ^ ^ ^ - ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^^^^^^^^ r>. w. Tin.'jroiv a co., > ~~ Fubllsliew and Proprietors. MY COUNTRY, MAY SHE ALWAYS BE RIGHT: BUT, MY COUNTRY, RIGHT OR WRONG.^...' j TEJTFLIVlS: ( 97. ao per year, In advmnsc. VOL 2-NO. 7.] CITY OF VIRGINIA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1865. [WHOLE NO. 59. *fc t THE MONTANA POStT I>. TF. Tilton ^fc Co. P. W. Tilton, Bex. J*. Dittes, PUBLISHERS St PROPRIETORS. 1 Ojhc* at the City Booh Store, comer of Wallace tf Jackton w Street*, Virginia City, Mom.. Ter. of si TERMS: }\J One copy, one year #7 50 tend do. six months 4 00 do. three months, 'i 50 Rates of Advertising. Business Cards, Ave lines or less, 3 months, $ 10 00 \ j do. do. do. 6 mouths, 15 00 diflfe do. do. do. 1 year 20 00 attet One square, ten lines or less, 1 insertion, 4 00 New do. do. do. 2 da 6 00 othei da da do. 1 month, 10 00 will da do. do. 2 do. 13 00 the 1 da da do. 3 do. 15 00 the ^ de. do. do. 6 do 25 00 t. H da do. do. 1 year, 35 00 ^ ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 October 1865

THE MONTANA POST. *^ THOS. J. DIMSDALE, EDITOR. ? Hatuwlay, Oct. t, 1865. erl unmmtmmmMmmmMmtuuummmtmmmmmmmmmttammmtuammtmm wit THE IlfDIAIf WAR. g^ Se^ We are continually informed by the tele- arj( graph and by Eastern papers, that the policy rec and the employes of the Government, as far nai as Indians are concerned, change like the jec colors of a dying Dolphin, with this excep- t;,, tion, every body having anything to do with rai fighting the dusky imps is sure to look bltlc gta as soon as the record of hie services is ex- tQ( hibited to the ill-informed eastern authori^ ties. The truth of the matter is, that the _u people of the East know nothing at all about m( Indian affairs. A certain clique make for- _( tunes by cheating the Indians in time of ?e peace, by the sale of goods, at enormous ac prices ; and it is likewise a fact that tbe h traffic stops during the war* This rouses qj the indignation of the Indian agency and of trader class, who, when they see that the ?e hope of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 October 1865

?fTMONTANA POST. dJ ?Mtr*rt* M TOE TEifclTOET. J g??r?r?ot. I 1865. p. oi'B AGENTS. in Bryant is tue traveling Agent for the ^ Montana de i nd is authorized to solicit subscriptions, to obtain op p,^t.^ 8 . D ^ ,,rk and to collect and receipt for all mon- ?im'this office. J ^r* 411 ' t -p^os is our authorized Agent at Fort Beaton. P* *r0 TBA8K is our Agent at Bacnaek. c* ? m Rawlinos. Silver Creek. rJ^^* Ess ciiy- 2 A'r DOBLM, Silver Bow. ^^ iv n Strait, Jefferson City. Sp u*i^ Sn art, Deer Lodge. .v?^nF\* Co.. Hell Gate. P^ S^M BBVAKT. Helena. Zmn Temple. Junction City. ^ bo ^TH JaCOBT, Gallatin City. f I ?^ ?V>whmii>T. German Gulch. ftt u H Hathaway , Highland District. pe t WHITE. Pine Grove District th. r CHi'Rt'H' Summit City. ?t J. g. risk. Confederate Gulch. rn PiQt'BTTE, of Virginia City, is war authorized' Agen( l?ire subscribers and monies. His receipt will be good- 00 TjQCAIi ITBMfi. 81 eg and **e the French Spy at the Theatre to-night **^ d'don't forget Mrs. Chapma...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 October 1865

[Entered according to the Act of Congress, in the year j of 1865, by THO*. J. Dimsdale. in the Clerk's Office of I , . the District Court of the 1st Judicial District of Montana lne 1 Territory] _____ C0UT8 THE eiacn VIGILANTES OF MONTANA. . W-U-4l>: ^fi ^n At A FULL AND COMPLETE HISTORY OF Stiip] TBSJ CHA8E, CAPTURE, TRIAL AND EXECU- Bann TION OP ALL THE OUTLAWS WHO PIG- had 1 CRED IN THE BLOODY DRAMA. ^ .* . , ing L CHAPTER XII. ? THE SETT I EM KM OF VIRGINIA CITY AND THE atlOU MURDER OF DILLINGHAM. VVa8l Early in June, 1863, the. Alder Gulch was JjJV discovered by Tom Cover, Bill Fairweather, ^ j Barney Hughes, Edgar and some others. It . / was a sheer accident. After a long and un- t_em successful tour, they came thither on their way to Bannack, and one of them took, a ? notion to try a pan of dirt. A good prospect q^u. was obtained, and the lucky ^partner^ gave ? * his name to the far famed ^Fairweather n , District.^ ? Tom Cover and some others of the party jQW] returned to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 October 1865

THE MONTANA POST. J>. W. TILTON ^fc CO., 1 ^ j ' 1 ^ jj_tolisHers and Proprietor*. \ MY COUNTRY, MAY SHE ALWAYS BE RIGHT; BUT, MY COUNTRY, RIGHT OR WRONG.^ \ ^__2__fc_3: ' I ^7.50 per year, ln advane*. VOL. 2-NO. 8.] CITY OF VIRGINIA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1865. ~ [WHOLE NO. 60. THE MONTANA POST. X>. W. Tllt on ^fc ^Co. p W. TttTOS. Bex. R. DITTK8, - PUBLISHERS ^ PROPRIETORS. ] nff,. ^ City Book Store, comer of Wallace ir Jackson Pl Streets. Virginia City, Mon. Ter. ot TERMS: 5 One copy, one year, $7 50 te v a^. ' six months 4 00 - jo. three months 2 50 Rates Of Ails ^ rlising. Business Cards, five lines or less, 3 months $ 10 00 I do. da m months, 15 00 di do. do. do. 1 year, 20 00 at o_ ^anare. ten lines or less, 1 insertion, 4 00 N do. do. do. ^ 2 do 6 00 ot ^j0 do. do. 1 month, 10 00 m do! do. do. 2 do 13 00 th do do. do. 3 do. 15 00 th d0 do. do. 6 do. 25 00 T do. do. do. 1 year, 35 00 - r-Ko suuares. 1 insertion, 6 00 do 2 do 8 00 ^ do 1 month _ 12 00 ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 October 1865

THE MONTANA POST. v TH08. J. DIMSDALE, EDITOR. Mat \ir^ln> , Oct. 14, 1805. te AGRICULTURE. ? The splendid success which'has, with few ^ exceptions, attended the labors of those who w have undertaken the raising of crops in this ^? Territory, is merely an index of what we a* may expect when the many thousands of ^1 acres now taken up shall be cultivated in ul ^ te the next and the following years. p( One warning we feel it our duty to give gf the farmers, and that is, that the present *e rainy season should not be taken as a sam- ^ pie of the average weather of Montana, but ? that irrigation should be provided for in w time to come. This precaution beinj* taken, j ro we have no fear for the future, us f ar as j n' crops are concerned. At the present time, . the most serious drawback to our prosperity is the high price of provisions, which is a 8* necessary consequence of the fact that they to must be hauled either from SaltLake^ or from ftt the States. P No extraordinary exertion...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 October 1865

THE MONTANA POST. o^ THE ^WL^ PAW* JJ THE TERRITORY. gj Ol'R ACENTS. by 1 M BuvaV is the traveling Agent for the ^Montana Irt ^ nod is authorized to solicit subscriptions, to obtain rorn; rit'r* f^r i0,> w^r,t- an^* *^ co^eot an^* receipt for all mon- ard, e- ^WOR rrsoN is our authorized Agent at Fort Benton. and mh C O TRASK is our Agent at Bannack. >s/^'i r?Fo R BAWUXO* Silver Creek. perf 1 \rKKHMAN. Montana City. ,wte Afi Pobi-m. Silver Bow. r' p STRAIT. Jefferson City. with hmf^ Sir art Peer Lodge. Rjcl W.Wpev* Co.. Hell Gate. f if >f BRYANT. Helena. join TEMPLE. Junction City. ' H JACOB*. Oallatin City. pers t H KUNESCHMIDT. German Gulch. a H Hathaway. Highland District. j W WHITE. Pine Grove District. plea y CBVBCB, Summit City. ami, P r>. Risk. Confederate Onlch. Er>. PtorETTF.. of Virginia City, is our authorized Agent Th ileeive subscribers and monies. His receipt will be good. i^ nT~ ^ ~^ ^ rn^??^ ^ ^ ^ a^ UOCAL IT23MS. - - -- Cav D. W. Tilton, of tbe Post, ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 October 1865

?Entered according to the Act of Congress, in the vear be 1885, by TtJO^. J. Dimsdau:, in the Clsrk's Office of i, the District Conrt of the l^t Judicial District of Montana K 1 Territory.] je THE ((i VIGILANTES OF MONTANA. 2 :0: th A ! I'LL AND COMPLKTB BISTORT OF THE CHASE, CAPTURE. TRIAL AND EXECU- m TION OF ALL THE OUTLAWS WHO FIG- |fl TJRED IN THE BLOODY DRAMA. jjj CHAPTER III. In the meantime, Charley Forbes's trial TB went on. An effort was made to save Charley on account cf his good looks and education. by producing a fully loaded pistol, which they proved (?) was his. It was, however, Buck Stinson's, and had been ^set right^ by Gallagher. The miners had got weary, and many had wandered off, when the ques- be tion was put; but his own masterly appeal, which was one of the finest efforts of elo- Si quence ever made in the mountains, saved S^ him. al Forbes was a splendid looking fellow ^ al straight as a ramrod ; handsome, brave and R: agile as a cat, in his movements. His fr...

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