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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 17 March 1866

(Thr ipttt*** fostJ^; ^ _. I esca] |g PIONEER NEWSPAPER OF MONTANA ? mnufiiiy >iar^u ly.iMm. _pp* OCR AWEJITS. pica H M. BkvaNT is the traveling Agent for the ^Montana ?nio ^ t' ^'^ .ind is authorized to solicit subscriptions, to obtain buth 'i?isi tor i.'b work, and to collect and receipt for all mon- 8*op j^?to this office. ^enp 4 B HAMILTON*, is our Agent at Fort Benton. Tl MR. T^ASK is ^ur Agent at Bannack. last i I M fl*111- Sterling, Hot .Spring District. sage ,;'K^. S. KAWLISdS. Silver Creek. a voi X ACKKKMAX, Montana City. hits 0 (V Pol'.vflN, Silver Bow. men ^p. n. STRAIT. Jefferson City. num. | AM EM SMART. Deer Lodge. Som Woki'ES*CO., Hell Oat*. punj GILPATKICK A Bryant, Helena. refer JOHN Tn_ TIM, Junction City. atre Chas. B. Smith. Gallatin City. then I VH'^N'I'. German Hutch. H. H. HATHAWAY, Highland District. Lt i \\\ WlllTE.'i'ine Grove District. this ^ F. CHlasCH, Summit City. the ^ UAHPBIIX ^ C'V. Confederate Guich. jeot 1 Mai>is^N BkoV. Blackfoot. The j. S. ...

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 March 1866

f!!g_M*__M^_ to Act of Congress, io the year I cull u Aby THos- J- DIM8DALE. in tbe Clerk s Office of ae-a the District Court ofthe 1st Judicial District of Montana ^ 6S Territory. ? 11 THE |B^ VIGILANTES OF MONTANA. ^ :o: ^2 A FULL AND COMPLETE HISTORY OF earl THE_CHASE, CAPTCRE, TRIAL AND EXECC- thu TION OF AU. THE OUTLAWS WHO FIG- Th^ URED IN THE BLOODY DRAMA. :o: nal CHAPTER XXIX. by i Be THE VIRGINIA VIGILANTES. tj_ Very little action was necessary on the part of the con Vigilance Committee, to prevent any combination ? of the enemies of law and order from exerting a * prejudicial influence on the peace and good order of ^B0 the capital ; in fact, the organisation gradually stal ceased to exercise its functions, and, though in exist- mel ence, ite name, more than its active exertions, suf- ?^.[ need to preserve tranquility. When Chief-Justice ** Hosmer arrived in the Territory, and organized the whl Territorial and County Courts, he thought it his duty Sot to refer to the Vigil...

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 March 1866

Montana 1 ost^ Supplement. Virginia City, Montana Territory, March 17, 1866. Abstract of Proceedings of the Legls- ui laiure. ja bi Tuesday, March 9th. E Council ^ Tha committee on the claim of Col. R. Lawrence to a seat in the Council, asked time to con^ sider the report, which was granted. McCormick in- g troduced Council Bill No. 12, ^ An act to incorpo- n ' rate a toll-road from Rhea City to Pacific City.^ A The Sergeant-at-Arms was ordered to procure, daily, a two copies of any newspaper he may elect to ob- i tain, for each member of the Council. On motion t of Phelps, it was t Resolved, That all public or general bills should C be printed after being referred to a committee, and J before their passage. AFTERNOON SESSION. A resolution, offered by McCormick, for the ap- c pointment of the Rev. P. W. Austin as Chaplain to a the Council was,' after debate, rejected. Mayhew's J (House) joint resolution, asking the Executive for ^ election returns, was read a third time, and passed....

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 March 1866

Lotus of tne Steamer REiaml. A Major J. E. Raskin furnishes the following par- F ticulare of the Miami disaster, under date of Cairo* 11 Illinois, February 11th, which we clip from the New rp York ^ News : ^ f ^ ^ The boat was commanded by Captain Levy, and r( left Memphis on Saturday night, loaded to her guards n with freight, and carrying about fifty passengers in ^ her cabin, one hundred on deck, one hundred men of ^ Company F, Third United States Infantry, and a ^ mixed crew of fifty men. a ^ She reached Napoleon about stfndown, without 5 any symptoms of mishap, rounded from the Missis- w sippi into the Arkansas, and Was well controlled by ^ the engineer and pilot until about seven miles from w the confluence of the rivers, when the starboard boiler C( exploded. The cause of the explosion is unknown. 81 The steamer caught fire and burned to the water's d edge, carrying to an untimely and awful death two 01 hundred and twenty-five human beings. a ^ The accident occurred after tea...

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. — 24 March 1866

THE MONTANA POST. JL>. W. TILTON ^fc CO., ) = ~ ^ ^-. PuTjlIslxers and Proprietors, j ^ MY COUNTRY, MAY SHE ALWAYS BE RIGHT; BUT, MY COUNTRY, RIG* OR WRONG.^ \ TERMS: ( ^7.RO per year, In advance. VOL 2, NO. 31.] VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1866\ [WHOLE NoTel Int Montana f wi; c T>. W. Tilton ^fc Co. u. w. Tilton, ben. r. dittes, r PUBLISHERS St PROPRIETORS. th Of.cc at tht City Book Store, cor. of Wallace tf Jackson Sts. Terms of Subscription : jue copy, one year $7 50 t do. six months 4 00 Jf do. three months, 2 50 Kates of Advertising. Business Cards, five lines or less, 3 months, $ 6 00 do. do. do. 0 months, 10 00 , do. do. do. 1 year 15 00 One square, ten lines or less, 1 insertion, 4 00 q do. do. do. 2 do 6 00 do. do. do. 1 month, 10 00 do. da do. 2 do 13 00 L do. do. do. 3 do 15 00 ^ do. do. do. 6 do 25 00 ^ do. do. do. 1 year 3500 *^ Pars squares, 1 insertion, 6 00 do. 2 do 8 00 do. 1 month 12 00 do. 2 do 18 00 do. 3 do 24 00 do. ti do 40 00 I...

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 March 1866

IS* Mlt-stiita ^ ost.i -i ta KUurduy March 31. 1H6B. in ^ ^ ^ ar To -Advertisers. ^ The Post is tae pioneer news- p8 paper of Montana, has the largest circulation, and contains ? douhlr. he amount of reading matter of any paper in tht Territory. Those wishing to bring their business con spicuously before the public, wilt bear in mind that the POST P1 (in addition to its large Eastern subscription ) is a regular tu visitor in every mining camp, town and hamlet in Montana, kl _. di FREE TRADE VS. PROTECTION. ? The most important problem, outside of recon- w etruction, the solution of which now agitates the hi American mind, is the great question of the adop- *> tion of free trade or of protection as a policy. Were ? the parties interested in its equitable adjustment all e, (or mainly) of one class, it would be comparatively et easy to settle the matter in dispute ; but th? E.ist and F1 the West are here brought into direct antagonism, j The Eastern men mainly depend for their prosp...

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 March 1866

flu ?tontana ^^ Saturday >Tareh ^4, I860. * .. r OI K AGENTS. \ ll. M Buy ANT is tlie traveling Agent for the ^ Montafia s post.'' and is authorized to solicit subscriptions, to obtain F orders for job work, and to collect aud receipt for all mon- * eVs due to this office. | A. B. Hamilton, is our Agent at Port Benton. MR. C. O. Trask is our Agent at Bannack. I j M FISH, Sterling, Hot Spring District. OEu. S. Rawlino.s. Silver Creek. A. AckekmaN, Montana City. 1 0. G. DORWIN, Silver Bow. T. D. STRAIT, Jefferson City. James Stuart. Deer Lodge. a WORDEN* CO., Hell Gate. I Gilpatrick ^ Bryant, Helena. ^ Ji.h.n Tkmfle. Junction City. CHAB. E. Smith, Gallatin City. i J. YlPONO. German Gulch. I H. H. Hathaway, Highland District. I j \\^. White. Pine Grove District. F. Church. Summit City. I Campbell 4. Co., Confederate Gulch. i Madison Bro'8, Blackfoot ^ j. S. Williams, St, Louis, Mo. I L. P. Fishkr, San Francisco. Cal. I ED. PIQUETTE, of Virginia City, in our authorized Age^.t ! to re...

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 March 1866

^ ^ ^ ^^Ullll^ Mill^ !^ I IIMHi.i Entered according to Uie Act of Conaraaa, ia the year it f 1W>5, by Titos. J. L)1.mbi>ale. iu the Clerk's Office of ma Us District Court of Ihe 1st Judicial District of Montana ZZ Territory. ' an' THE ^f VIGILANTES OF MONTANA. ^^ :o: A FULL AND COMPLETE HISTORY OF THE CHASE, CAPTURE, TRIAL AND EXECU- Sal TION OP ALL THE OUTLAWS WHO HO- tn. URED IN THE BLOODY DRAMA. ^JJ BIOGRAPHICAL NOTICES OF THE LEADING he ROAD AGENTS OF PLUMMER'S BAND, rer AND OTHERS. un CHAPTER XXXI. BOONE HELM. This savage and defiant marauder, who died with ' profanity, blasphemy, ribaldry and treason, on his Pe lips, came to the West from Missouri, in the spring ] C0! of 1S50. He separated from his wife, by whom he I tn' had oue little girl, and left his home at Log ?et Branch, Monroe county, having first packed up all I InJ his clothes for the journey. He went toward* Paris, on and, on his road thither, called on Littlebury Shoot, 1,1 for the purpose of inducing hiui to...

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 March 1866

Montana Post^ Supplement. Virginia City, Montana Territory, March 24, 1866. Quartz Lode* not Real Estate. ini bu Tbe following most important decision, we take St from the Denver ^ Weekly News,^ of Feb. 28th : be of Treasdbt Department, ^) fa Office or Internal Rf.venue, I mi Washington, January, 30th, 1866. j ru The petition of Jas. E. Lyon, for abatement of th tax assessed upon him for income, acquired during P3 the year 1864, has been received and considered. ul From the papers accompanving the petition, it to would seem that Mr. Lyon was assessed by you upon I a8 *?ioC.^!?e.of derived (excepting the sum of $3,400) from tbe profits upon the sale, in 1864, of at what are called ^ mining chums,^ or u gold claim- ^ al purchased in Colorado, in the year 1862. And Ufa ul now claimed that sucfi assessment is illegal because al the property in such claims is held in Colorado, to be tn real estate ; and the profits thereon are, therefore 5s exempt from tax, by virtue of a proviso in sect...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 24 March 1866

Smoking. ^ At the Cooper Institute, Wednesday evening, February 14tb, the Rev. S. W. Bailey deliv^ ered a facetious lecture on the ^ philosophy _of smoking,^ designing to .prove that the practice was conducive to the growth of democratic ideas and family happiness. There was a good attendance, and the lecture was entertaining and well received. In | the course of the interesting address, it was remark- ed that the advent of the use of tobacco gave birth i to dpmocratic ideas, and that in olden times tobacco 1 bad been regarded as a gift of the great though un^ known spirit, and that in latter years we heard of ; smoking the pipe of peace. The regard entertained 1 by Indians for tobacco was then dwelt upon, and j their customs were humorously referred to. The | lecturer then called to his aid, in belalf of the use of j the favorite weed, the great poets of by-gone times, who, through their works, still live among us. Tobac- M was declared asdivine and rare; a sovereign remedy to all ...

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. — 31 March 1866

T M E MONTANA POST. L>. W. TI JLVXOTV ^fc CO., ) P'lbll8hera ai>d Proprietors. I - ^ MY COUNTRY, MAY SHE ALWAYS BE RIGHT ; BUT, MY COUNTRY, RIGHT OR WRONG.^ \ ^ ?= . ' ^ t ^7.50 per year, In advance. VOL. 2, NO. 32.] ^ VIRGINIA CITY? MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1866. [WHOLE NoTm. T>. W. Tilton ^fe Co. l(. w. Tiltox, Bex. r. Dittes, l PUBLISHERS ^. PROPRIETORS. J Ofict ct the City Book Store, cor. of Wallace t* Jackson Sts. IMM of Subscription : On* copy, one year $7 50 _ do. ^ix months 4 00 I do. three months, 2 50 i Kates of Advertising. Business Cards, five lines or less, 3 months, $ 6 00 do. Jo. do. 6 months 10 00 do. do. do. 1 year, 15 00 One square, ten lines or less, 1 insertion, 400 do. do. do. 2 do 6 00 c do. do. do. 1 month, 10 00 do. do. do. 2 do 13 00 1 do. do. do. 3 do 15 00 J do. do. do. 6 do. 25 00 f do. do. do. 1 year, 35 00 4 Two squares, 1 insertion, 6 00 - do. 2 do 8 00 do. 1 month, 12 00 do. 2 do 18 00 do. 3 do 24 00 - do. 6 do 40 00 da 1 year....

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. — 31 March 1866

mmm mm iisni^^ n i ^ ^ i-iatur^itiy JtJaiH-li .11. IHiHi. _[ ^ ~ ^ ^ ^ la. To Advertisers.^ The Post ^^ the pioneer newt- co piper of Montana, has the largest circulation, and amtains IT double thc amount of reading mutter of any paper in the ^r Territory. Those wishing to bring their business con- spicuously before the public, will bear in mind that the POST |j (in addition te its large Eastern subscription ) is a regular JJ, visitor in txcry mining camp, town and hamUt in Montana, th ^ ^ - i gj Wanted^ A Goon Printer. ^ A good printer can get OI employment at this office. None other need apply. Ie ' ~ fr THE LEGISLATIUE AMD JUDGE ar m*nmmm, ? The resolutions of the ll,elena Bar, which we pub- te lish this day, have been submitted to the Legislature, Jjj and action has been taken thereupon, reflecting dis- a, grace upon every mover in the matter. What are hi the facta in the case ? A man, named James Daniel?, lately pardoned out of the California .State prison by j; Governor Low af...

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. — 31 March 1866

r_sM^^m^s^m^ _^^^_^^^^^ ^S^____?___m_miM Sru P^^ta^a lust. ^ . di THE PIONEER NEWSPAPER OF MONTANA* w Siiturday, March 31, 1HOG. * ______________________ ^ p : __^ in OUR AGENTS. B hi H. M. BRYANT is the traveling Agent for the ^ Montafla al Post.^ nnd is authorized to solicit subscriptions, to obtain K orders for job work, and to collect and receipt for all mon^ eys due to this office. A. 1!. Hamilton is our Agent at Fort Benton. k Mi:. C.O. Trask is our Agent at Bannack. a I M IM, Sterling. Hot Spring District. el Olo. S. KtWUMis. Silver Creek. _ \. At KKRMAN, Montana City. c: ^ > ^;. Doawra, silver Saw. ^ T. 1). STiiAlT, Jefferson City. '' JAMKS S i i ART. Deer Lodge, ^ WORUKN * Co.. Hell Gate. st Oilpatrick Av Bryant, Helena, * JOHH TEim*, Junction City. ^ CIIA8. E. SMITH. Gallatin City. ri J VtrOMD, Ciennan Gulch. H. H. HATHAWAY, Highland District. f!' J. W. WHITE, Pine Grove District ' v. CtnracH, Summit city. a C AM I'ltKLL A Co.. Confederate Gulch. MADBON llRO'S, Blackfoo...

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. — 31 March 1866

'*^ ih^^ii^h ^iiwiMnw>m ^^ -,^^in- eardiner's Thnndcrbolt Crusber. | J We copy the subjoined account of the Thunderbolt Crusher from an original description by the editor of Ti the Reese River ^Reveille.^ The ^ synclinal aiis ^ ^ ' arrangement is, in popular terms, a movement of the | crushing plates, in coming together, exactly resem^ bling that of two cymbals. Each plate is aimed, so to speak, at a different spot, and instead of cooing flat together at the point of contact, the surfaces drag a little, thus grinding as well as crushing. ^The machine is an improvement on stamps, as the nut-cracker is an improvement on the hammer 1.1 and anvil at table. The invention consists in a pair ^ of moveable, nearly upright, jaws, with a crushing surface of about two feet square, having arms which rise about three feet, and are connected with a crank shaft having two short cranks reaching opposite ways so that in the revolution of the shaft, the two crushing plates move from and towards ea...

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. — 31 March 1866

Montana Post^ Supplement ?ii-ginia City, Montana TerritoryTMarch 31, 186a ????^?m**m*MmtMM*MMmmmmmmmmmmmm The Idoniaaa Drlegatlon. to ^ tha To the courtesy of Geo. M. Pinney, Esq,., United bul SUtes Marshal of this Territory, we are indebted for on the following accurate report of the interview be- j?-' tween our fellow citizens and President Johnson : grt On Wednesday, the 7th of February, the President received a large number of citizens of Montana Ter- S^j ritory, when speeches were made of peculiar inter- V ^ est. To record the sentiments then uttered in the {. '^Reporter,^ Mr. D. F. Murphy, one of the conduct- ^ ors, took a short-hand report of what was said to 18 ! this and other succeeding delegations. The delegation was composed of Chief Justice H. pU L. Hosmer, G. M. Pinney, United States Marshal, Hon. James Tufts. Wm. Barrows, J. T. Connor. Dr J. C. O'Neal, R. M. Hagainnn, Wm. Rumsey, J. Sh^w Gregory, Frank Taylor, E. Morse, A.J. Oliver, ! S. Pancost, Win. Kiskad'den, Wm. ...

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. — 31 March 1866

Address ot the Femiunw of Canada to mo Brethren ln tne lu ited states, it The New York ^ Herald ^ of February 12th, pub- j i lisbes the following; note from John O'Mahony. e inclosing an address purporting to emanate from the j I District Centre of the Fenian Brotherhood in the j J Canadas : I * New York. Feb. 11th. 1866. | ti At the request of the Fenians of Canada, officially j i conveyed to me, I beg leave to fesward the accom- g panying address of their District Centre for publica- i ^ tion in your influential and widely read newspaper. j 1 For obvious reasons, the rtame of the signer is sup- 1 J pressed ; but. I certify to the bona hue nature of the I document. I am, sir. very respectfully, t Your obedient servant, i John O'Mahosy, H. C. F. B. i s C A DURESS. From the Fenian Brothorbood of Canada to their \ . Brothers in the United totates : Whereas, An attempt is being made by some men J to oppose the decision of the largest deliberative body of Irishmen that ever assembled in...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 April 1866

^ , - ... THE MONTANA POST JL>. W. TILTON ^fc CO., ) : jPiibUshers and Proprietors. 5 ^...^MT COUNTRY, MAY SHE ALWAYS BE RIGHT ', BUT, MY COUNTRY, RIGHT OR WRONG.^ \ TERMS: ' per year, lis advance. VOL. 2, NO. 33.] VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1866. [WHOLE NO. 85. L>. W. Tilton ^^ Co. D. W. Tilton, ' Ben. r. Di^tes, PUBLISHERS ^. PROPRIETORS. _J^ at the City Book Store, cor. of Wallace if Jackson Sts. Terms of Subscription : One copy, one year, __ $7 50 do. six months 4 00 do. three months, 2 50 Bates of Advertising.. Business Cards, five lines or less, 3 months, $ 6 00 do. do. do. 6 months, 10 00 do. do. do. 1 year, 15 00 ^ Jne square, ten lines or less. 1 insertion, 4 00 do. do. do. 2 do 6 00 do. do. do. I month, 10 00 do. do. do. 2 do 13 00 do. do. do. 3 do 15 00 : do. do. do. 6 da 25 00 do. do. do. 1 year 35 00 ' Two squares, I insertion, 6 00 do. 2 do 8 00 do. 1 month, 12 00 do. 9 do 18 00 do. 3 do 24 00 do. 6 do T 40 00 do. 1 year, 65 00 ^^One-eig...

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. — 7 April 1866

Haturday. . A.prll 7, 18^^. j w To Advertisers.^ The Post is the pioneer newt- (j( paper of Montana, hoe the largest circulation, and contains yr double the amount of reading matter of any paper in the ft Territory. Those wishing tn bring their business con- ^' tpir.umisly before the public, will bear in mind that the Post (in addition to iu large Eastern subscription ) is a regular 8 visitor in every mining catnp. town and hamlet in Montana. Wanteiv-A Good Printer. ^ A good printer can pet ^ employment at this office. >, one other need apply. _ rt Organization of the Union Party. We publish, on our first page, an account of the ^, preliminary steps taken in this Territory, for the * permanent organization of the Union Party. It is * time that all men who love their country should >^ unite in the bonds of brotherhood, and render their *, efforts availing by that discipline and concert of ul action which can alone achieve success. Compara- li tively speaking, our numbers have h...

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. — 7 April 1866

THE PIONEER NWSr\fVr?R~OP MONTANA, rit ?atuTday -A-prll 7, I860, te ' in OUR AGENTS. j] H. M. Buy AST is the traveling Agent fur tbe ^ Montana lo Post.^ anil is authorized to solicit subscriptions, to obtain cc orders for .job work, and to collect and receipt for all mon- fo gYi due to this office. th A. 11. HAMILTON, ii our Agent at Fort Benton. MR- C. O. TrasK is our Agent at Bannack. j M. FlSH, Sterling, Hot Spring District. ^Ii (IBo. S. BaWLINhm. Silver Creek. w A ACK.ERMAN. Montana City. w ,,. (1. I MiltWIN, Silver Bow. c^ T. D. STKAIT. Jefferson City. ^ Ja.mK.s Si t ART. Deer Lodge. in WoKPKN* CO.. Hell (late. 8* QlLfATUCK Jc BliVAXT, Helena. te JOHN TEMI'LE. Junction City. sa Chas. B. SMITH, (iallatin City. ^* j Vll'oNH, (lerman dutch. ^ _. II. Hathaway. Highland District ^' J. W. White. Pine Grove District. I^ K. CHtrttca, Summit City. ^ CaMI'UEI.L CO.. Confederate Gulch. ^ MADWON BRO'S. Blackfoot. f^ j. s. Williams. St. Louis. Mo. U P. ElsHER, San Francisco. Cal. El'. Piyi'...

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. — 7 April 1866

MISCELLANEOUS ITERS. J Newspapers. ^ ^I would rather have newspapers Ti without government,^ said the great Jefferson, u ' ^ than government without newspapers.^ The Atchison ^ Champion ^ states that contri- ^ butions to the amount of $50,000 have been raised for the construction of a Catholic Church edifice in that city. The Methodist Church cf the United States has appropriated one million dollars for missionary work Jlf during the ensuing year. This includes the amount T I to be expended in the Southern States. |j| Which Writes Most.^ Q. Which of the three great novelists of the present day writes most ^ Lytton, Warren or Dickens ? A. Dickens. Q. Why ? A. Warren writes ^ Now and Then,^ Lytton writes ^Night and Morning,^ and Dickens ^All the Year Round.^ J Summer Travel.^ The Reese River ^ Reveille,^ Go^ of the 15th ult., says: ^We learn from Len. Cor Wines, agent of the Overland Mail Company, that to the large eleven-passenger wagons will be immedi^ ately put on the road between ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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