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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 24 February 1866

I - : - TIIE MONTANA POST. i> \V. TILTON ^ CO., ) . ! ~~ ^ ! sotanen and Proprietors. \ f MT COUNTRY, MAY SHE ALWAYS BE RIGHT; BUT, MY COUNTRY, RIGHT OR WRONG.^ . \ TEIUvIS: ?ubu? | \ S7.SO per year, ln advance. VOL. 2, NO. 27.] VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY-, FEBRUARY 24, 1866. [WHOLeToTto. She Montana ffft. X>. W. Tilton ^fc Co. (Levi. ^ W TILTON, ^^^ R D^. ^ PUBLISHERS ^ PROPRIETORS. 0*^ at tAe City Boo/t Store, cor. of Wallace If Jackion Sts. ]? -s.j.?ss-????^?? ^ ulaj a Terms of Subscription : ^fj1 One copy, one year j>^ Jata( do. sir months. '~ -f^t do. three months - *^ Rates of Advertising. ?ds. Ave lines or lee, j?--.. ^ ft? do do. do. 1 year 15 00 flora Oaenuare, tenltoea orjeaa, 1 i-?^;;;;; \ g ftS .J* do do'. 1 month 10 00 t do do. 2 do. 13 ^ da do. do. Mo 15 0 d0. do. do. 6 do -ow d0 do. do. 1 year, 35 *> Two squares, I insertion 600 OFFI do. 2 do ^w do. 1 month, ^H TJE do. 2 do ^g Htc do. 3 do JJ 5 1,arfic' ^?^ 1T^ ::::::::::::::: ^... *,,art^ ...

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. — 24 February 1866

_ ^^^ ^ hib ^ iimi i ,r iiihim ii^ mm i- ^ AMiayna ^^e Montana * ost. i ' W^4 ~ 5 ' ^ ^ ^ ~ for H^a.ttArda>- Feb. 3-i, l?OQ. _-_-___-_______. I ^ ^ : : Te, To Advertisers.^ 7a^ Post ti the pioneer Coi paper of Montana, hat double the circulation, and contain* had at leatt one-third more reading matter than anv paper in the Sai Territory. Those wishing to bring their business con- art* tpicuovsly before the public, will bear this in mind. pro *^* B^H^tiiisr mt all Kinds^ Cards Billheads, ^c^ Ball Tickets. Show Cards. Wedding and Visiting Cards. or r Posters. Hand-Bills, Cis-cianus. Theater Programmes, etc., * ^done at the Post JOB OFFICE in the best style asd at torn low prices. Satisfaction guaranteed. bra furt Acting-Go venter Tleasrher's Address, J On Saturday last, Acting-* iovernor Sleagher delivered u:j ac address to the Democrats, in convention assembled, at ami ^he Court House. As it required considerable stimulus to ' yet men to elect iive folks io a dead Legislature, and...

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. — 24 February 1866

IJic |^0^ta? fast. ? ^^i?~i?,v^^rtis^!rs. ^ TAosc wishing to bring their *ff5 conspicuously before the people, wil' bear in mind reD) *? -Af Post'ao* ^ioai/^ ^A^ circulation of any paper in the ofjj fgrritory. ? OUR AGENTsi ~ ! ^j* U M . BKVANT is the traveling Agent te the ^Montana as t ^ t' ^^ and is authorized to solicit subscriptions. to obtain ^ I*ers for Job work, and to collect and receipt for all mon- Wa dee to this omoe. w I 1!. H amilton, is our Agent at Fort Benton. wil! MR- c. 0. TliASK. U our Agent at Bannack. i I If. Fish, S'erlin^r. Hot Spring District. - p.lt ngo. S. RaWLIX^s. Silver Creek. | ^r j A AckeuMaS. Montana City. j 0 0. DOKWIX, Silver Bow. ! t' D. STRAIT. Jefferson City. .UME^ STL AIiT. Deer Lodge. * Voiti'Kv a Co., Hell Gate. mo lilLPATRIOK A BkVAXT. Helena. wa^ john r_MJ_t, Junction City. 8ml Chas E. Smith. Gallatin City. e j VlPOXD, German flulch. 4 H. H. Hathaway. Hisrhland District. 18tl j \V. White. Pine Grove District ing F C'HlT.cil. Summit City. It...

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. — 24 February 1866

Lntered according to the Act of Congress, in the year I in t u Aby TH0S- J- f?tJlSDAl.E. in the Clerk's Office of I last the District Court of the 1st Judicial District cf Montana r Territory. 1 01 1 THE VIGILANTES OF MONTANA, f - had :o: ov^ A FULL AND COMPLETE HISTORY OF ^ V THE CHASE, CAPTURE. TRIAL AND EXECU- wit TION OP ALL THE OUTLAW'S WHO FIG- oi URED IN THE BLOODY DRAMA. I * ^ :o: req CHAPTER XXVIII. *h TBE TRIAL AUD DEATH OF JOHN KEENE ALIAS BOB BLACK THE MURDERER OF HARRY SLATER. ^ Oh, my offense is rank ; it smells to Heaven ; say It hath the prima!, eldest curse upon it.^ ^ Hamlet. his The stern, yet righteous, retribution which the ] Vigilantes had inflicted on the murderers and marau- i ant ders in the southern and western part of the Territory, for had worked its effect, and little need was there of j tin any further examples, for a longtime, in the vicinity Ke of Virginia and bannack ; hut the restless spirit of | me enterprise which distinguishes the miners of the j...

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. — 24 February 1866

Montana Post^ Supplement. 1 B Virginia City, Montana Territory, February 2-4, 1866. The Victim*) of l'ol> ^ i^n> . T i dep; The following mournfully interesting letter ap- j con pears in the ^ Vedette,^ of tbe 7th of February. Iu ' *wo time to come, when these things shall become mat- j ter of hi.-tory, blacker than the glcoin of Erebus ; twi' will then appear, the chronicle of Mornonisea in j tic-' iU dealings with its first deluded then downtrodden ! m? and persecuted female votaries. The genuineness of j r^faj the letter is vouched for, and can be produced : ' mo Salt Lakh Citv, Jan, 27, 1865: J*^ Io the Editor of the u Vedette ^ : It is very uiot interesting to those behind the scenes, (as the writer apt of this in regard to Mormondora), to witness the the hatred and fear the leaders and teachers have toward fra the ^ Vedette.^ They all profess and preach that it j the is wholly indifferent to them whether the piper cir- bin culates among us or not. but a close espoinage 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. — 24 February 1866

___ A Ho ! for Montana. ^ We clip the following from the local coluras of the Virginia (Nevada; ^Enter^ prise, of February 2d : A party of six enterprising individuals left tbis city, yesterday afternoon, for the reported rich gold fields of Montana. They took their departure from Steele'? hny yard, corner of G and Taylor street. Two of them rode horse^ back, while the rest of them rode on a big wagon, propelled by six stout animals, and, with a full load of barley, provisions, baggage, tools, etc. Kerr, a brother miner who ^ fought, bled and died ^ with us in the wild raging mountain fastnesses of Como, devastating the bowels of the earth thereabouts, after paying veins of silver ore, but never finding them, was one of the party, which was composed wholly of practical miners. And one of them also, was no less a personage than the immortal Conk- stock, from whom the famous ledge, which dip be^ neath this city, was named ^ a ledge of mineral wealth unparalleled in the history of thes...

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 March 1866

THE MONTANA POST. . . ^ ^>. W. TILTON sfc CO., ) ' === Publishers and Proprietors. \ ^ MY COUNTRY, MAY SHE ALWAYS BE RIGHT; BUT, MY COUNTRY, RIGHT OR WTIONG.^ \ TEIrVMS: { 97.00 per year, In advanoe. VOL. 2, NO. 28.] VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1866. [WHOLE MO. 80. Ifte Hainana f 0jt.| D. W. Tilton A Co. V. W. Tiltox, Be.x. R. Dittes, PUBLISHERS A PROPRIETORS. j yj Office at tlu City Book Store, cor. of Wallace ir Jackson Su. Terms of Subscription : One copy, one year $7 50 do. ^ix month j. 4 00 tl do. three months, 2 50 AJ Rates of Advertising. Jjj Business Cards, five lines or less. 3 months $ 6 GQ st ^ do. da do. 6 months, 10 00 ^ do. do. do. 1 year 15 00 One square, ten lines or less, i insertion, 4 00 do. do. da 2 do. ' 6 00 do. do. do. 1 month, IP 00 do. do. da 2 do. 13 00 oi do. do. da 3 do 15 U0 do. do. da 6 do 2S 00 do. da da 1 year, 35 00 H Two squares, 1 insertion, ~ tl 00 do. 2 do 8 00 do. 1 month, 1 12 00 q da 2 do 18 00 do. 3 do. , 24 00 do....

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 3 March 1866

^Eh* Ijantaaa ^ ost.j , ~ ^ ^ ~ = ^^lui Hntnrday March 3, 1K(J6. .. i ^ _ the To Advertisers.^ 7 W Post it the pioneer newt- ntJ paper of Montana, hat double the circulation, and contain! heai ^t least one-third more reading matter than any paper in the adu Territory. Those wishing to bring their business con- as t opieuontly before the public, will bear this in mind, verj Jab Prlnttaa- of all Klads-Cards Billheads, \^ 1 Ball Tickets. Show Cards Wedding and Visiting Cards, kn0 Posters Hand-Bills, Circulars, Theater Programmes, etc.. dre^ ^done st the Post Job OFFICT. in the best style and at ol t low prices. Satisfaction guaranteed. trie iBSBBSSSS?SSSBiSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSB lair SALE OF niNL'BAL LANDS. tin] A somewhat obscure dispatch in the telegraphic the news, which we publish to-day, gives us a little inf or- the ma tion concerning the bill for the sale of mineral Jfjj lands, now before Congress. As we expected, the (jPn legislators know no more about mining claims than ^ u a mounta...

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 March 1866

f he fgontana fast. ^ ? ^ - ^ ^ ^ - _ TBE PIONEER NEWSPAPER OF MONTANA. 2 thi Saturday March 8, 1 8*3*3. ^ . pr OUR H.IMv, ? H. M. BltVANT ii the traveling Agent for the ^ Montana *t^ Post^ and i^ authorized to solicit subscriptions, to obtain tb^ orders for job work, and to collect and receipt for all nion- ,vi ays'due to this office. snr ' a. B. Hamilton, is onr Agent at Fort Benton. MR- C. O. Tkask is our Agent at Bannack. j M. FISH. Sterling, Hot Spring District / Obo. S. RAWLISftS, Silver Creek. A. ACKERMAK. Montana City. r,: O. (J. DORWIX, Silver Bow. C T. D. Strait, Jefferson City. cl James Stuart, Deer Lodge. ^^ WottOE.V a Co., Hell Gate. ua G i up at rick St Bryant, Helena. JOB* TEMl'LE. Junction City. CHAS. E. SMITH, Gallatin City. j VlPOXf), German Gulch. M. H. HathaWay, Highland District j. W. WHITE, Pine Grove District ^a F. CHURCH, Summit City. J Campbell tt Co.. Confederate Gulch. Madison Bro s, Blackfoot. ?!' j. S. Wiluams, St. Louis, Mo. 1 L. P. FislIEil, San Franci...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 3 March 1866

?t?^TO2T^llnff ? ?* Act of Congress, in the year 0u 1W^ by Thos. J. Dimsdale, in iffe Clerk's Office of k^ the District Court of the 1st Judicial District of Montana f territory,' at I a mil nUFwtnnOH?nl a? VIGILANTES OF MONTANA. ^ >^ ^ ' :o: en A FULL AND COMPLETE HISTORY OF T^Ut,C?ASE' CAPTURE. TRIAL AND EXECU- trfi TION OF ALL THE OUTLAW8 WHO FIG- of URED IN THE RLOODY DRAMA. _~ ^ ! to: ^ - 9 ^^ e_r r *al CHAPTER XXVIII. fe\ iti THB TRIAL AND DEATH OF JOHN KSEHE ALIAS BOB SLACK ^0i THE MUKDEBER OF HARRY SLATER. (rt At ten minutes to ten o'clock, the jury came from w? their room to the place of trial, in the lumber yard, tb' where preparations were made immediately for the P01 reception of the prisoner. wo ' At ten o'clock, tae cnlprit made his appearance ? 0 on the ground, under an escort of about fifty well ta' armed men. A circle was formed by the guard und . ' the prisoner placed in the center. His appearance was not that of a man likely to die in a few minute?. W He looked...

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 March 1866

_ iW ~~WW / ^ ^ i Montana Post^ Supplement. Virginia City, Montana Territory, March 3, 1866. The Brothers. Few who make any prolonged stay at Spa, a water- c ing-place in Belgium, fail to visit the Grotto of Re- c mouchamps. On the roadside, about half a mile 1 beyond the grotto, may be seen the Church of Dieu- 8 part, the architecture of which M superior to that of * most of the country churches in that district. The ' following legend is connected with its erection, about * five hundred years ago : I At, that time there stood upon a height, above * where tbe church is now seen, a chateau, the lord of 8 which, at the date of our story, was a bold and s wicked man, the terror of the neighborhood. He j had lived there for about fifteen years with his wife, ( who had borne him no offspring, and who had come * with him from some foreign land, where he had spent 1 his youth, rumor said in a most disreputable manner. 8 One day there came to the chateau a youthful Min- ] nesinger, one of ...

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 March 1866

A Winter Th|pdeb storm. - The Cincinnati ''Com- merciul,^ of January 23th. Says: We' had an ex- I traordinaiy number ot remarkable nights and Jay.-, i but Friday night wa.- themo.it notable of the sea- ' son. Friday was almost warm enough to have wooed 1 (he blue-birds, the bees and the peach blossoms from their biding places. At night-full the sky darkened and the thermometer -fell, and soon after midnight there was a mighty storm. The wind was wild, and dashed the torrent-* of rain against the bouses with prodigious violence. There was an immense derel- ; opment of electricity. The glare of lightning was, ' at time?, a-* ke^n and inceesent as in a mid-summer | night's thunder-storm. A house, west of the city. : was .-truck by lightning and burned, the red light of tne flames showing intensely against the black and dismal sky, and thc clangor of the fire-bells was heard in the uproar ot the tempest. During the same storm- a tres, near the barracks of the Western Military Institute,...

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 March 1866

** ^ ^ * ^ *- - >. ^'. - . .. +^.j> -^, ^ xjtr^Ljif . _____ t?Bs?-nsn-nl 4w__ * .... f * ^ ^ THE MONTANA POST. - ...... ? 15. ^W. TILTON ^fc CO., ) *-^ j^uT>lislier^ Rnd Proprietors. \ H MY COUNTRY, MAY SHE ALWAYS BE RIGHT * BUT, MY COUNTRY, RIGHT OR WRONG.^ \ TBH?IS: ( S7.50 per year, In advanos. VOL. 2, NO. 29.] VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1866. ~ [WHOLE NO. 81. r???**^1^,l*l''l>a^*s*M|s|^|s^ll,l^n*sm^M^ rjSS^l,*M*^llllll^M^*Msas*~aaMasa Sii ?^itiix ^ ost. ( l). W. Tilton ^fc Co. D. W. Tiltox, Bex. R. Dittes, PUBLISHERS A PROPRIETORS. T Cjice at Ae City Book Store, cor. of Wallace tt Jackton Sit. * Terms of Subscription : One copy, one year $7 50 do. ' six months 4 00 I da three months, 250 1 Rates of Advertising. pl Business Cards, f*ve lines or less, 3 months, $ 6 00 *' da do. do. 6 months, 10 00 - do. do. do. 1 year, 15 00 One square, ten lines or less, 1 insertion, 4 00 da do. do. 2 do 6 00 do. do. da 1 month, 10 00 do. do. do. 2 do. 13 00...

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 March 1866

ihe Montana ^ ost. .| . w and ^Saturday March lO, I860. Ple* gg^ read To Anverttacra.^ TA^ Post is the pioneer news- s0 ^ paper of Montana, has the lar rest circulation, and contains y. doable the amount of reeding matter of any paper in the '^ Territory. Those wishing to bring their business con- s spicuousiy before the public, mil bear in mind that the Post u-^\1 (in addition to its large Eastern subscription) is a regular whi' visitor in esery mining camp, town and he;mlrt hi Montana, wou ^F ^aaaaajiaiBB? own , FATAL Hr.'lCV. 2d James D.^niels, as our readers are aware, was re- new piieved (that is to say pardoned) by Acting-Governor Meagher. We have no doubt that the Executive of t was misled by evil counselors into the sincere belief the that he had the power so to do : but since?-eliable lnte men were at hand to inform him iu the premises, he was blamable in not seeking good and disinterested lay advice, when a moment's reflection must have con- vinced him of the injustice and...

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 March 1866

Site $lantaua fusi _a iiir lay Mja-rolx IO, 18QO. ! ant XjO OAXiJ *T 9 j JJj (7a Early.^ Don't miss seeing the ^ Jibbenninosay ^ or \?mk Sick of the Woods.^ at the theatre to-night. I tt ^ | Tli TV* r^'i ^/ 'Ar Mapleton. ^ One tou of ore. in the Seneca j a b falls' mill. .^Summit District, yielded ^86 40. j fig] ^ of Departure. ^ R. C. Knox for Gallatin, to commence ac- ' he tive farming operations on his ranche in the Gallatin. j his the Can't be Helped. ^ Tbe communication of ^ Vindex ^ and i lou ^^ pesneerat ^ must, we are sorry to say, lie over till next we week. coi Departed ^ Judge Chumasero haviug completed his bus- jni iness in this city, left for Helena by yesterday morning's wh coach. ' cit: Mining Bureau.^ \ meeting of the members will take ^j noc OB Moaday the l-^!th inst.. at the cittice of the Record- . ' ing Secretary, on Jackson .Street. f~ Information Wanted ^ Of one John Vandever. He left te? Colorado, about three years ago. Address W. G. Pfouts. _n. care of Pfouts...

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 March 1866

Et'te'y4 ^^xwdlag 10 Act of Congress, in the vear mitt v A, ^ Thos- J- DIMSDALE, in the Clerk's Offiee of and Territory? CWUX ^* *** Judicial xyigaict of Montana DUn^ THE If VIGILANTES OF MONTANA. ~ :o: o^ J A FULL AND COMPLETE HISTORY OF *[j?' THli^,^?A8K> CAPTURE, TRIAL AND EXECU- Viei TION OP ALL THE OUTLAWS WHO FIG- ro^, URED IN THE BLOODY DRAMA. ^^ :0: crim CHAPTER XXIX. num CAPTURE AND EXECUTION OF JAKE 8ILTIE ALIAS JACOB 5 ! SEACHRIEST, A ROAD AGENT AND MURDERER OF y TWELVE TEARS STANDING, AND THE SLAVER OF j TWELVE MEN. da? ^ Whoso sheddeth man's blood, bv man shall his blood be titsl shed.^^ Gcd's Law. ^ ^l^ n^i but The crimes and punishment of many a daring des- tee perado have been chronicled in these pages; but fhad among them all, none was more worthy of death Hei, than the blood-stained miscreant whose well deserved an 0 fate is recorded in this chapter. According to his corn own confession ^ made when all hope was gone, and wag death was inevitable, and when nothin...

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 March 1866

^ Montana Tost^ Supplement. Virginia City, Montana Territory, March IO, 1866. ^ A Picture of Tion tana ^ Letter off part Albert D. Richardson to the New tion York ^ Tribune. ^ belt, The The following most interesting and graphic des- tion cription, which embodies the result of Mr. Richard- erve eon's observations during his sojourn in Montana, . will be read with grest interest by all residents in the A mountains, and enable us ^ to see ourselves as others uaih ^ . ^^ coai see us : .^^, Helena, Montana, October 26th 1865. I an^J Virginia, capital and metropolis of Montana, must not be confounded with Virginia, Nevada, a | thousand miles to the South- West. It was settled in | fUIn July, 1S63, and has 6,000 people, including Nevada j !J2 and' Junction. Environed by mountain crests, dot- '! ted with a few lonely cedars, it lies like a huge ser- pent : the head Virginia, the tail these two suburbs, j , *, winding for nine miles down Alder Creek, a crooked I * strip of low log houses. M...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 10 March 1866

Andrew Johnson Defends the Veto*- Speech at the white Hoase. Chicago, February 21d. ^ The * Republican a ^ special gives a rull reptfct of the President's speech, yesterdiy, at Grover's Theatre. The meeting ad^ journed to the White House, to present resolutions endorsing the President's veto. Arrived in front of the White House, Where was a noisy crowd of 20,000 persons, the President came out and said : ^ It is extremely gratifying to know that so large a portion of my fellow citizens approve of the pol^ icy I have adopted, and which I intend to carry out. This day is peculiarly appropriate for the endorse^ ment of a policy whose object is the restoration of the Union, as designed by the Father of his country. I stand here to-day, as I stood in the Senate in 1860- 61, when I denounced the traitors who were trying to break up the Government- There were two par^ ties ^ one of which was determined to destroy the Government and save slavery ; the other was almost equally dangerous and ...

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 March 1866

THE MONTANA POST. I>. W. TILTON ^fc CO., ) ' Publlslicrs and Proprietors. ) ' U*X COUNTRY, MAY SHE ALWAYS BE RIGHT; BUT, MY COUNTRY, RIGHT OR WRONG.^ j TEIFLjVLS: - '. *7.50 per year. In advance. VOL. 2, NO. 30.] VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1866.. [WHOLE?oTo?. assBSBBjBBBllBBBlim f he fgaitiaiia f ost. 0 X>. W. Tllton ^fc Oo. s p. W. Tiltos. Ben. R. Dittes. PUBLISHERS St PROPRIETORS. TJ ^ )fce at the City Book Store, cor. of Wallace tt Jackson St*, gj? Terms of Subscription : Due copy, one your $7 50 Ho. ^ six months 4 00 IJ do. three months, , 2 50 A A Rates of Advertising-. pad Business Cards, five lines or less, 3 months, $ 6 00 at cj do. do. do. 6 months, 10 00 ^ ds. do. do. 1 year,.. 15 00 .ine square, ten lines or less, 1 insertion, 4 00 do. do. do. 2 do 6 00 do. do. do. 1 month 10 00 do. do. do. 2 do 13 00 OF, do. do. do. | do 15 00 do. do. do. ti do. 25 00 TT do. do. do. 1 year 3500 J-J rw> squares, I insertion 6 00 B_i da, 2 do e 00 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. — 17 March 1866

f*^ Ijggtagfl fast.; tSatxirday ..JUaroli 17, 18^6. ?n^*i To Advertiser* The POST it Me pwmerr new*- re,,>tu't' paper of Montana, hag the largest circulation, and contains In the h double the amount of reading matter of any paper in the i eiptv i Territory. Those wishing to brinsr their business con^ spicuously brfcre the public, will bear in mind that the Post v ^ (in addition to its large Eastern subscription ) is a regular v visitor in every mining cant*. u*cn and hamlet in Montana. 1 !^' ^'* ^ ^ whore i THIS FUTIKK OF HIOMANA. iDUWe^ There is a tide in the affairs of Territories as well Cosmmk as in those of men. The usual programme of events assssni tn a mining region has been, first, a fortunate dis- itobilitj covery, followed by a rush of enterprising miners ,.c^m and otheis, from parts more or less remote ; a busy ? g season of excitement : a pe.iod of comparative stag- {*J **' nation, and then a more settled and enduring pros- f^und * perity, based on something more subs...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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