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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 27 January 1866

Montana Post -Supplement. Virginia City, Montana Territory, January 27. ittftfi ^ OUR SUPPLEMENT. OUR SUPPLEMENT. . , A New Ever striving for a place in the foremost ranks of Steam the great body of improvers, we appear to-day before 1 *^*ioii ths public with this Supplement, which we offer as an ? cititsei earnest of our teal in their service. It is not for us has invent to say how we have succeeded ; but we can assure 01 anbydrc our readers that from the issue of our first number and?ateV until now, we have spared no possible effort to im- generative prove the Post. The size of our press prohibits the ing the em employment of a larger sheet than the one which we t?the driv now publish, and we therefore purpose to furnish a inventions Supplement every week, filled with news matter of extreme si general interest. As soon as our senior partner 8*ruck witl returns from the East ^ whither he has gone for the Daf;on tha purpose of purchasing the necessary presses, type and nation' at i ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 27 January 1866

in Ctoarleaton, ^^ ^^ 36Q hof , ^r w ,_- ^ H-raW ^ is the following, from Ric_n>i In the NewTork ' HernW ^ s. C., Nov. ,*__, x . special correspondent, dated ? in JM ( 26th: The Convention of colof^? l^ ^ dig u of sion in this city has been rna.kea y me_ber8 ^ ability and J^ho see in such gather- peat credit from even ?WjgJ 0f insurrection its geil ?__^, only some ^^^0^?So,f the Convent on is the y and bloodshed. TJ?'%\_*Voi C. G. Memmmger, t0 Ws T. M. Holmes, a *^%*^*3^. He was a trust gion , ex-rebel Secretary of the W^7 taw library Bei-ed .ervant before the war rta ??'jerrey * Wil- quen^ belonging to the firm of Mem m ? _1 kinson, and made an ' ex*^?^n ch_rc_, and are very tion , The sessions we held ^ g^ ^ nearly every por- monc largely attended. *>*J^^J ^^ in attendance. The of tt tion and strict of the State ^ei , of Gen. __de celebrated colored Major Ueianey, Co-_ventlon. Saxton's staff, M thtle?Xulhed by their excel- H^ His addresses have ****gf? Several United I nam l...

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. — 3 February 1866

\ THE MONTANA POST. I>. W. TILTON ^fc CO., i ' publishers and. Proprietors. ! \ P MY COUNTRY, MAY SHE ALWAYS BE RIGHT; BUT, MY COUNTRY, RIGHT OR WRONG.^ \ TERMS: ^ ? * * ^ ^ ( S7.SO per year, in advanoe. yOL. 2, NO. 24.] VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 3, 1866. [WHOLE NO. 76. ??^?^??^^^?^^?^^^^nii i m a ^^ i lit f^^^t^^a fost.L I>. W. Tilton ^^ Co. ^ac o tf. TILTUX, BEX. R. DiTTES, *l c PUBLISHERS ^ PROPRIETORS. Ofct at the City Book Store, cor. of Wallace S; Jackson Sts. Terms of Subscription : v Osscopy, one year $7 50 do. six mouths, 4 00 TN do. three months, 2 50 A S Kates of Advertising. t Business Cards, five lines or less, 3 months 8 6 00 ~ do, do. do. 6 rftonths, 10 00 do. do. do. 1 year 15 00 One square, ten lines or less, 1 insertion, 4 00 3 I do. do. do. 2 do. 6 00 do. do. do. 1 month, 10 00 do. do. do. 2 do 13 00,. ? do. k ^3o. d... S* jdo. - 15 0O*T7 do. do. do. 6 do 25 00 *^ 1 do. do. do. 1 year, 35 00 co^ Two squares, 1 insertion, 6 00 anci ...

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. — 3 February 1866

jtt g IS j - ==^ t* j Saturday Feb. 3, ISOe. wh ^ j^ Xo A'l^*rtiM>r^.- The Post is rie oioncer newt- thl vapor of Montana, hat doubU the circulation, and contains I, at least one-tktrd more reading matter than any paper in the FT Territory. Thost wishing to bring their business con- Dls spicuously before the public, xc-iU bear this in mind. ! sul . 1 wa, mJStS ?rt^U,ur of ^^^ Klads-Gnids. Billheads, j Ball Tickets, *3how Cards. Wedding and Visiting Cards, Posters, Hand Bill*, Circulars, Theater Programmes etc. ^ e ^done at the Post Job Office in the best style and at ' Tn low prices. Satisfaction guaranteed. ! am ^HHMa ^MBSH MM^ W *a m ^^^*^ BBBBHUKi?H ? CALLING THE LEGISLATUKE. ^^ tio We do not intend, on ordinary occasions, to dab- tru ble in the turbid current of minor politics, but the j ~j state of affairs which we now discuss, is a subject too important to be passed by. Always on the alert, and ^ strong in faith, we again come forth to oppose the am mad schemes of a few hun...

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. — 3 February 1866

gfcr gfontatta fast. : tjBpSnEEbTpAPEROF MONTANA jj? ?rSay?^ Feb. 3, 18Qu^. * _ eq ^?r^^A^iv*rti^ev^. ^ Tiose wishing to bring their M ^^* conspicuously before the people, will bear in mind of {_J_T NCI double the circulation of any paper in the th _* , ' in - cu OUR AGENTS. 01 as o M BRYANT is the traveling Agent for the ^ Montana fa ^ i ^ and is authorized to solicit subscriptions, to obtain Bi Men ft J^h vvl>rk' and ,0 Collect and receipt for all mon- ^ 'Jv^ due to this office. ad A B HaMH-'^'OX. is our Agent at Fort Benton. sf L o. TRAM is our Agent at Bannack. ** llEo S. BAWLISfiS, Silver Creek. ct A ACaJtWtAK, Montana City. bi q G DokWIN, Silver Bow. t U. STRAIT- Jefferson City. st: j\Mt> STL' ART. I leer Lodge. >'^ iroBOBS ^ CO.. Hell Gate. d^ H M. BKVAXT. Helena. m loHN TKMl'LE, Junction City. CHAS. E. SMITH. Gallatin City. j YiroNT' German Gulch. * 11 H. BaTHAWAT, Highland District. j yf. WHITE, Pine Grove District. M ' y CHtBCH, Summit City. th C' vMPHELl. St CO.,...

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. — 3 February 1866

Act .f Congress, in the year I be. o_VL_!?__ J-,DlM81'*LE. ^n the Clerk's Office of | trt nilVSuo ' Ut Judicial District of Montana | THE th VIGILANTES OF MONTANA. _ to :o: C3 A TCLL AND COMPLETE HISTORY OK ne T^?iS_*^_ CAPTURE. TRIAL AND EXECU- ni TION OP ALL THE OUTLAWS WHO FIG- Lit ED IN THE BLOODY DRAMA. Wl ce :o: _e CHAPTER XXIII. g0 TUB ARREST AKD EXECUTION OF CAPTAIN J. A. SLADE, ar WITH A SHORT ACCOI NT OF HIS PREVIOUS CAREER. s1' Some write him hero, some, a verv knave ; en Curses and tears are mingled at his grave. ^ Anon. tn There have been so many versions of the affair, all fo of them differing more or less in important particu- P; lars, thnt it has seemed impossible to get at the exact t!l truth; but the following account may be relied on tb as substantially correct : cc Fi om Overlanders and dwellers on the road, we If learn thnt Jules was himself a lawless and tyranuical to man. taking sued liberties with the coach stock and ei cairying matteis with so high a hand th...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 3 February 1866

Montana Post --Supplement. ^Virginia City, Montana Territory, February 3, 1866. Tbe Lynn Proceis. Fl In the Black Hawk ^ Journal ^ is an article de^ voted to the description of the Lyon Smelting Works, J*- t Black Hawk Point, Colorado, from which we ex- de. tract the following important information : loi ^One of the cupelling furnaces was started on ?e: Wednesday, and, of course, under the skillful man- na ement of the brothers Johnson, works right along. ^^ ^fne other cupelling furnace has to be ironed yet, tn but it will start within a week. Once started, neither Pa 0{ them will ever stop. It is estimated that they ^c will cupel ten tons of lead every day of twenty-four DU hours, using perhaps a cord of wood each. The first Pa button of bullion will come out about New Year's. tn Three' of the five Scotch Hearths are set up. The aS other two will be, as soon as men can be learned to a^ work them. It requires two men to a hearth, work- ~ ing in eight-hour shifts ^ six for each earth...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 3 February 1866

A Lot or Works. ^ A miner in this city, who came down from Idaho last August, called upon Doctor ; ; Pinkerton three or four days since, and told him that ' i he believed he had a tape worm. From tbe symptoms j i the Doctor was also satisfied that the man was thus i afflicted, and set to work to relieve him of the trouble- ! ; some cnstoroer that had taken up his residence in j i his ^department of the interior.^ The man was j i starved for about twenty-four hours, when proper i I medicines were administered, and at the end of three j hours, not one alone, but four tape-worms were dis- | '. lodged. Wa yesterday saw tbe ^ pretty creatures ^ i I at the Doctor's office, carefully preserved in alcohol. 1 1 The four together are sixty feet in length, which i gives an average length of fifteen feet for each worm, j | One of these worms is what is called a breeding worm | ^ something rarely seen, so the Doctor informs us, i I and therefore quite a treasure. We presume the ; i Doctor wouldn...

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. — 10 February 1866

I ?THE?MQNTANA POST. X>. W. TIT.TON ^fe CO., 1 ' ^ 1 ^ publishers and Proprietors. \ ^ MY COUNTRY, MAY SHE ALWAYS BE RIGHT; BUT, MY COUNTRY, RIGHT OR WRONG.^. \ TERMS: * \ per year, in advance. VOL. 2, NO. 25.] VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 10, 1866. [WHOLE NoT77. MUM/ L .. OV% . i I ? T '?T???mmm?mmmmmmmmmmammammmmmmmm?mmmmm? If he Montana f^i.|0 | l>. W. Tilton ^fc Co. \ D ty. Tiltox, Bex. r. Dittes, | PUBLISHERS ^ PROPRIETORS. Lj i at the City Book Store, cor. of Wallace tc Jaekson Sts. 33 1 Terms of Subscription : \1 I One ^>?>'^ one vear ^ 50 I do. *ix months, 4 00 I do. three months 2 50 j Rates of Advertising. I Biiiiness Cards, five lines or lese, 3 months, $ 6 00 I do. do. do. t> months, 10 00 , do. do, do. 1 year, 15 00 XJ * a^ lanare, ten Uses or tea*, 1 insertion 4 00 AJ I ^ ,1,' do. do. 2 do. ^ 6 00 2 I a.>. ^lo. do. I month 10 00 (-ai I jo Jo- ^io. 2 do 13 00 ^ 1 do. ^^^>^ do. 3 do 15 00 I ,i^. da do. 6 do 25 00 I in, do. 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. — 10 February 1866

She 0otaita f ost. >*ntnrclay JFeta. 10, i^qq. ~ ' ^ - ^ ! w To -Advertisers.'.- TAe Post t^^ Me pioneer woes- fn JJF Jf Montana. hat double the circuletmn. and contains a ^ ISSSI one-third more reading matter than arty paper in the m\ t erntory. Those wishing to bring their business con- to spxcuously before the public, vnil bear this in mind. pt n?wJ* *^ri^**^iff ^f ^*^ MHSST Oailla Billheads, ^^ Ball Tickets, Show Cards. Wedding nnd Visiting Cards, at rosters, Hand-Bills. Circulars. Theater Programmes etc V* ^done at the Post Job Office in the best Stria and at ^ low prices. Satisfaction guarantevd et g j THE CALLING OF THE IJErGKIATTJEE. g [An old friend called upon us on Tuesday, and ^ n iided in the article which we give below, though or not in its original form. We prefer it to our own M answer to the ^^ Democrat,^ and, as it comes from a quarter quite unexpected, though by no means un- n> welcome, being the production of a Democrat of 83 the olden time?, the son of a D...

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. — 10 February 1866

I0PIONEEB ? PAPER OF MONTANA 2*3 - _ - But ^to Advertiser*.^ Thotc wishing to bring their ma^ tries/ conspicuously before the. people. Kill bear in mind was ^at the POST Aas double the circulation of any paper in the an(j Territory. nest ^ app. Ol'R AGENTS. Cha H M. BRYANT is the traveling Agent for the ^ Montana ^ ^t'^an^i i^ authorized to solicit subscriptions, to obtain f^- Orders fct W> work, and to collect and receipt for all mon- . h ^rs due to this office. e*C( A B. Hamilton, is our Agent at Port Benton. was MR C. O. Tkask is onr Agent at Bannack. Do ^ GEO. S. BAWUX08, Silver Creek. con: \ ACKF.RMAN^. Montana City. of t O G. DORWIX, Silver Bow. ami T D. Strait, Jefferson City. first James STWART. Deer Lodge. fore Wordfa* Co., Hell Gate. the OiLrxTRKK. ^. Bryant. Helena. ed JOHN TEMi'l.K. Junction City. Bar Chas. E. Smith. GalMin City. prti J. VlPONI>. German Gulch. pon H. H. H athaway. Highland District. thrt J. W. WHITE Pine Grove District. in t F. CHt'RCH. Summit City...

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. — 10 February 1866

Entered according to the Act of Congress, ln the year | }?), r^^8- J- DIMWALB. in th* CU-rk's Office of A, the District Court of the let Judicial District of Montana ^ I emtory. wi VIGILANTES OF MONTANA. S :o; rc A FULL AXD COMPLETE HISTORY OF HI THEtS?x?' CAPTl RE. TRIAL AND EXECU- L TION OP ALL THE OUTLAWS WHO FIG- UREI) IN THE BLOODY DRAMA. 01 i :o: w CHAPTER XXIV. ^ THE EXECUTION OF JAMES BRADY FOR THE SHOUTING bl OF MURPHY, AT NEVADA. jr ^ Murder most foul and most unnatural.^ Ci SHAKSTEARE. ei In the morning, Brady wo^ taken before the Com- pi P1*)6?' wh^ sat in the Adelphi Hall, whither they F had been convened for that purpose. About fifty ir members were present, and the charge against the h: prisoner was thoroughly investigated. The trial hi commenced about 11 a. m. tl Meanwhile, Kelly had confessed that he had kept tl bar for Brady, on that day, and that he knew that H there was an old quarrel, and consequent ill-feeling tl existing between Brady and Murphy. The couf- H i...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 10 February 1866

Montana Post^Supplement. Virginia City, Montana Territory, Feljrnary lO, 1866. Tbe Gold Separator^A Great Inven^ tion. In the Chicago ^Tribune,^ of December 5th, ' appears a most interesting report of a committee of gentlemen, interested in quarta mining, appointed by a meeting which was held at the office of Fuller A Ford, 282 and 283, Madison street, in that city, for the purpose of testing the merits of Fuller's new machine, called the Gold Separator, which seems by * its efficiency and simplicity, to be destined to work - a complete revolution in the method of extracting _ cold from quarts. The committee recount the va- I nous methods of stamping and amalgamating by the aid of quicksilver, and the objections to the use of that amalgamating agency, on account of its cer^ tain deleterious qualities and frequent inefficiency, owing to the presence of refractory chemicals which prevent the union of the precious metals with it, in u greater or loss degree. They then refer to molten l...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 10 February 1866

The Fenian Divisions. The special correspondent of tne Sacramento ^Un^ ion,^ dating from New York, on the 15th of Bet., gives a long account, from which we extract the fol^ lowing statement of the Fenian troubles. It ap^ pears that the rank and file are not to blame for kikewarmaess, seeing that 8120,000 per month is still pouring in from the Circles in the United States and the Canadas. There are seven hundred Circles in North America, or two hundred and ten thousand members; and if each sends in the required twenty dollars, the treasury will soon have $4,200,000, besides the fund previously on hand. The quarrel seems to- be the outcropping of a d'sagreement, which origin^ ated between the Eastern and Western delegates, at Chicago, long ago ; the Western men accusing 0'- Maheney of snail-paced movements, and demanding that he should adopt a new policy, or be control^ led by an elective Council. This he refused, and has remained as reticent to the Brotherhood as to outsiders. Tne re...

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. — 17 February 1866

TH?MQNTANA POST. r>. W. TILTON ^ CO., ^ 1 ~ . ^ ~ B putolisliers nnd Proprietors. \ ^MY COUNTRY, MAY SHE ALWAYS BE RIGHT; BUT, MY COUNTRY, RIGHT OR WRONG.^ j TEX?lVES: _ ^ _ _? ( 97. BO per year, In advance. fOL.2, NO. 26.] VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 17, 1866. [WHOLE NO. 78. Ike $lo^ta^a font. c T). W. Tilton ^fc Co. p vr. Tilton, Beh. R, Drrres, y- PUBLISHERS ^fc PROPRIETORS. ~ />_^^ at cAe City Book ^^^^ ^/ Wallace ir Jackson Sts. pai ^P^ St Terms of Subscription : 0^e e^P>. opt year -- ^7 50 do. six months 4 00 d0. three months, 2 50 Rates of Advertising-. oj a ^ness Cards, five lines or less, 3 months, 8 6 00 do. do. do. 6 months, 10 00 do^ do. do. 1 year 15 00 X. ^^^ Miiare, ten lines or less. 1 insertion, 4 00 Pa -?J do. do. 2 da 6 00 qu do do. do. 1 month, 10 00 ^ i0[ do. do. 2 do 13 00 Q0' do. do. 3 do 15 00 ? do. do. 6 do 25 00 a0\ do. do. 1 year, 35 00 ^._, lauares, 1 insertion, 6 00 -m 2 do. 8 00 do 1 month 12 00 ti do 2 do. 18 00 1 du 3...

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. — 17 February 1866

Saturday.. Feb, 17.1N06. Or L^ Aavertleern.^ The Post is Me pioneer news- fn i*1)? of Montana, has double the circulation, mud contains th at least one-third more reading matter than any paper in the ^ territory Those wishing to bring their business con- M spteuausly before the public, will bear this in mind. 0f h^?*.* Py?^t mt ^^ Caian, Billheads. . nail 1 lckets. Show Cards. Wedding and Visiting Cards ln' Posters, Hand-Bills. Circulars, Theater Programmes etc' co ^done at the Post Job Office in the best stria and at 8,8 low price*. Satisfaction guaranteed. ___________________ ft The ^Ion ana tt Post .' ' J With this number, ends the first half of the second ) volume of the ^ Post,^ and we hope that our friends whose term expires will come promptly forward ] and renew their subscriptions. The mission of the Fr post is too well known to render a lengthy ex- fr planation necessary at this time. Opposed to every^ thing that will injuriously affect the interests of this young but rich ...

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. — 17 February 1866

Ihe fffotttaaa fast, i THE PIOHEEK PAPER OP MONTANA. _ ., ^ ^ ^ - tar ?turday ?eo. 17,1866. ff| ? am To Advertise^. ^ 7Ao^e wishing to bring their i i. siness conspicuously before the people, will bear in mind Ye f jf posr a?is double the circulation of any paper in th: att Territory. an mi OUR AGENTS. his fet H M. BRYANT is the traveling Agent for the ^ Montana Dli p,*t ^ and is authorized to solicit subscriptions, to obtain ST; orders for job work, and to collect aud receipt for all mon- qy ^yi due to this office. fie * \ B. HAMILTON, is our Agent f>* Fort Benton. soi MR. C O. TkaSK is our Agent at Buuuaek. ho 1 M. PMML Sterling. Hot Spring District. wt i}Ko. S. KaWLINV.s. Silver Creek. au A, a^^KERMaN. Montana City. 1Y0. DOBWTN, Silver Bow. T D. STRAIT. Jefferson City. ,n^ James Stl art. Deer Lodge. ^ WWUiKxa CO.. Hell Gate. On.fATP.rca ^ Bryant, Helena en lOHV TEMl'LE. Junction City. ^ Chas. E. Smith, (lallatin City. ^ J VIPOSI'. Geruian Gulch. J^*11 H II Hathaway. Highland D...

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. — 17 February 1866

~*?*^*i**^f to th. Act of Congress, ln the veer the .\T7_ i08- J^ DliraDAL*. in tbe Clsrk's Office of msr the District Court of the l^t Judicial District of Montana i ^ Territory. | a V1 the i s~ VIGILANTES OF MONTANA.!/ ' i of :o: 0f A FtTLL AND COMPLETE HISTORY OF ally THE CHASE, CAPTURE, TRIAL AND EXECU- TION OF ALL THE OUTLAW S WHO FIO- wh' URED IN THE BLOODY DRAMA. are ^ ^ :o: ora j CHAPTER XXVI. act ARREST AND EXECUTION OF JOHN DOLAN ALIAS JOHN , * j COTLE ALIAS ^ HARD HAT,^ FOR ROBBING JAS. BRADY ; , t/F $700 IN SOLD. !^ ... of I As the stout fox, on thieving errand caught. WOi Silent he dies, nor hopes nor cares for aught. ncg, ANONYMOUS. Jjjj Late in the month of August, 1S64, a man named op( James Brady, of Nevada, was robbed of $708 in gold, PVe by John Doian alias John Doyle alias ^ Hard Hat,^ Cot who had been living with him, and took the money ror. from his trousers' pocket. For tome time, the real iori thief remained unsuspected. He cunningly offered He to assist in t...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 17 February 1866

. ?m?i??mmmOmmU? ^r_rr^rjr-i _ ' ^ 0 Montana Post^Supplement. Virginia City, Montana Territory, February 17, 1866. The Chilian Natal Victory. ^ In the Reese S R,ver ^ Reveille,^ of the 27th ult., appears the fol- St. lowing account of the recent Chilian naval victory : dev ^'^ Battles are not always important in proportion brei to the amount of gunpowder burned or blood shed, *tm as witness the late naval battle between the Chilian steamer Esmeralda, and the Spanish gunboat Cova- wil donga. This was a very slight affair, with but very Pr^ few persons killed, and yet it so affected the proud PeE Spanish Admiral, Pareja, the declarer of war, that 800 he has committed suicide, and the promise is fair fol that Chili will gain, by this one victory, a triumph- ^f ant peace, and advance herself into a prominent place wri among the nations. At the commencement of the P0' war, the navy of Chili consisted of two vessels, the th^ screw steamers Maipee and Esmeralda. The Esmer- ] alda, the larg...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 17 February 1866

The Cotton Supply. ^The Missouri ^ Republi- n,^ of January 17th, gives the following resume 1 .' tbe information obtainable from the local press ( n the subject of the supply of cotton; The New ^ Orleans ^ Picaynne ^ estimates that the entire crop ( ^or the country, this season, will be 1,250,000 bales, l Opinions vary as to the amount of the old crop still 1 left in the South, the conjectures being from 700,- 1 000 to 1,000,000 bales. The Macon (Ga.)^Tele- i graph ^ tihnks that the next crop will scarcely 1 reach a million bales. The cotton report of Dec. 1 30, of Mill, Brothers A Co., of New Orleans, esti- ^ mates the total supply at 2,100,000 bales, of which ( 1,300,000 have already been forwarded North. A i crop is anticipated for 1866 and '67 of 1,500,000 to i 1,800,000 bales, of which not less than one half will ^ be retained in this country. The total foreign ex- i ports from all parts, since the 1st of September, i amount only to 300,000 bales. The receipts at New t Orleans ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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