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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 16 June 1866

THE MONTANA POST. , . , _ _. ' ^ ' D. W. TILTON ^ CO., ) . ^ rMiolIsliers nnd Proprietors, i COUNTRY, MAY SHE ALWAYS BE RIGHT ; BUT, MY COUNTRY, RIGHT OR WRONG | *J7 ^o per yfarlrf ad VOL. 2, NO. 43.] VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1866. [WHOLE N0T95. Ihe ?>tont,ina ^00*. 1>. W. Tilton ^fc Co. D. W. Tii.ton, Bex. R. DITTE8, PUBLISHERS 4. PROPRIETORS. Office at the City Book Store, cor. of Wallace tc Jackton Stt. Terms of Subscription : Oue copy, one year $7 50 do. * six months 4 00 do. three months, : 2 SO Rates 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 One 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 do. do. do. 3 do 15 00 do. do. do. 6 do. 25 00 do. do. do. 1 year 35 00 Ts^ squares, 1 insertion 6 00 do. 2 do 8 00 do. 1 month 12 00 Aa. 8 do. 18 60 do. 3 d*. 24 CO do. 6 do 40 00 do. ^ 1 year 65 00 One-eigh...

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 June 1866

Soturday Julie 1^, 18043. ! ^^ - MBE ! Bl^ To Advertiser*. ^ 7*e Post il the pioneer net?*- the paper of Montnut. hat the. largest circulation, and contains | tha double Ike amount of reading matter of any paper in the j en^ Territory. Theme risking to bring their business con- i spicuously before tfte puUic. will bear in mind that the POST 5 (in addition to its large Eastern subscription) is e regular j rec visitor in every mining camp, town and hamlet in Montana, ma I ^ ted Job Printing of ^ii Ki^^U^ Cards. Billheads, Rail Ticket*, Show Cards, Wedding and Visiting Cards, Posters, Hand-Bills, Circulars, Theater Programmes, etc, ^? ^done at the Post Jon Office in the beet style and et low prices. Satisfaction guaranteed. Te THE INVASION OF CANADA BY THE IT FENIANS. Weary of inactivity, and sickened by constantly disappointed hopes, the Fenians of the Northern er' States, throwing off their quondam allegiance to thl organizer Stephens, suddenly massed a force on the *a American shore...

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. — 16 June 1866

?Wattt?na f 0Si. j THE PIONEER NEWSPAPER OF MONTANA* ! j?. , t ti relay June IO, 1HOO. ' OUR AGENTS. R. Bruck Smith U the traveling Agent for the ^ Mon- 1 -tafia Post,^ and in authorized to solicit subscriptions, to -^ibtr.in orders for job work, and to collect and receipt for ^fl moneys due to this offics. i A. B. HAMILTON', is our Agent at Fort Benton. Mr. C. O. Trask is our Agent at Bannack. J. M. FlsH Sterling. Hot Spring District Geo. S. liwUWI, Silver Creek. A. AcKERMAX, Montana City. ^O. fi. DORWrx, Silver Bow. > , T. D. STRAIT. Jefferson City. .James Stuart. Deer Lodge. Wordex a Co., Hell Gate. Gilpatrick ^ Bryant. Helena. John Temple, Junction City. Chas. F.. Smith, Gallatin City. J. VlPOXri, German Gulch. H. H. Hathaway, Highland District. J. W. WHITE. Pine Grove District. F. CHURCH, Summit City. Campbell Sl Co.. Confederate Gulch. M. C. Moore. Blackfoot. L X. BUCK, Boulder Valley. J. A. M viiHER. Reynold City, Elk Creek. J. 8. Williams. St. Louis, Mo. L. P. Fisher, San...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 16 June 1866

----?--^^^^^^^ii iii im ihe Missouri ^Republican^ says: ^The spring est! is developing in tbe Central Park of New York more proi showy equipages than ever. The enortnous accumu- Dial lations of wealth by the war are displayed in expen^ ditures tbe like of which is scarcely seen in any city of the world. Ladies are often seen here in social Ena jife with from $50,000 to $100,000 on their persons, ~ in Inces or diamonds, and jewels of one kind or nnother.^ _ . J? The Idaho ^Statesman^ of May 21st, observes of the Idaho ^World: ^ ^ The road agents' organ ^e! is still whining and crying about his misfortunes. *. He says their chief has^ been taken in, and the organ- dlp^ izstion has had to temporarily disband for want of ^ nnother leader. He calls vociferously upon the democratic party, and says the road agents will pn{ come to grief unless they incorporate a plank in , their platform sustaining them. The party don't dny see it that way.^ wn J the The rapid increase of emigration from t...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 23 June 1866

THE MONTANA POST I>. W. TILTON ^_ CO., ) ^ I : ^ Publishers and. Proprietors.! ^ MY COUNTRY, MAY SHE ALWAYS BE RIGHT * BUT, MY COUNTRY, RIGHT OR WRONG.^ \ __ _ TEFIMS: ' *7'5^ I**51^ In advance. VOL. 2, NO. 44.3 VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1866. [WH0Le1hj796. I>. W. Tilton ^ Co. D W. TlLTO.V, BEN. R. Dittes, PUBLISHERS ~ PROPRIETORS. Office 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 ^ 50 Rate^^ of Advertising. Business Cards, five lines or less, 3 months, 3 6 00 do. do. do. 6 months, 10 00 do. do. do. 1 year 15 00 One square, ten lines or less, 1 insertion, 4 00 do. do. do. 2 do 6 00 do. do. dn. 1 month 10 00 do. do. do. 2 do 13 00 do. do. do. 3 do 15 00 do. do. do. 6 do. 25 00 do. do. do. 1 year, 35 00 Two squares, 1 insertion, 6 00 do. 2 do 8 00 do. I month, 12 00 do. 2 do. 18 00 do. 3 do. 24 00 do. B do 40 00 do. 1 year 65 00 One-eighth column, 1 inser...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 23 June 1866

wassaasssssBssasaanwaasasaaBxaBasBaearsaasa? Mt |i$0titanfl f**Mjl Matxxr^ta,y..... Jvune 33, 1806. wi^ -= j dang fa Aavoiflsei**^ - The post is (Ae pioneer news- j hand piper o/ .VontaAa. Aas tAe (ar?^>I circulation, and contain* f ore dr.uh'r the amount of Trading matter of any paper in the j jpnc Territory. Those wishing to bring their business con- ] spicnonsly before the public, ttill bear in mind that the POST i *TL Ci'a addition to its large Eastern subscription) is a regular visitor in every mining camp, town and hamlet in Montana. cnm Not Job Printing: of all Kinds^ Cards. Billheads. Ball Tickets, Show Cards. Wedding end Visiting Cards, jnaj, Posters. Hand-Bills. Circulars, Theater Programmes, etc, ~\ ^done at the Post Job OFFICE in the best style and at low prices. Satisfaction guaranteed. mnP ^un niiin iimn, ^^in^ a^^a cers THE PROPOSED AMI F.ND HI ENT. TO THE CONSTITUTION. The amendment to the Constitution, the text of ^ which appears in the telegraphic dispatches on ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 23 June 1866

^THE?PIONEER lEWSPAPER OF MOmSu ^ Ha tu relay ^J une 33,1 866. ai I ^ ^ ot OUR AGENTS. Z R. BRUCE SMITH in the traveling Agent for the ^ Mon- ^ tafia Post,^ and is authorized to solicit subscriptions, to obtain orders for job work, and to collect and receipt for all inouejs due to this office. ^ A. B. HAMILTON, is our Agent at Fort Benton. ~ MR. C. O. Th ask is our Agent at Bannack. j. M. Fish. Sterling. Hot Spring District. JJ Geo. S. Rawlinos. Silver Creek. ] A. ACKERMAN, Montana City. 'B O. O. DORWIN, Silver Bow. I( T. D. STRAIT. Jefferson City. is James Stuart. Deer I?odge. ^ S Worden A Co.. Hell Gate. (tILPatrick ^ Bryant. Helena. . f JOHN TEMPLE. Junction City. Chas. E. Smith. Gallatin City. J. VlPOND. German Gulch. H. H. HaTHAWav, Highland District. F J. W. WHITE. IMne Grove District s^ F. Church. Summit City. ^^ d CAMPBELL A. CO.. Confederate Gulch. n M. C. MOORE. Blackfoot. o: I. N'. BUCK. Boulder Valley. p J. A. Magher. Reynold City, Elk Creek. o J. S. Williams, St Louis, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 23 June 1866

Th* Atchison ^r'ree Press, of May 29th, says : ^ A letter dated c'ort Fletcher, 12th inst., from J. C. S^ AWerson, formerly agent of the 0. L. D. stage line, cons to his fathtr in this city, contains the following thei postscript : ^ A band of warriors in f^ll paint sur- thei rounded the passenger coach, near Buffalo creek, to- disc day, knocked over some of the passengers, speared Si the mules, and would have attempted the lives of the call passenger*, but by that time they saw they were well any armed and would fight for their lives, when they holi threw up their hands and cried : ^ No shoot ; ^ day ^ How ! How ! ^ Their ponies were all painted ^ wr*i showing that they ^meant fight.^ the T^^ Cotto.n Crop.^ A dispatch from Augusta, Ga., pre; dated May 2uth, says : ^ Newspaper accounts from S Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, Tennessee, att^ Alabama, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina and North a tr Carolina, represent the growing crop of cotton as sarr seriously impaired by cold ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 30 June 1866

^ ^ 11 ^^ois?aspssassw^' I ????????f*J?****?*****~?*nr--iniMa^n>^^i m, i , hwj^ i imhhju^44to?^ : THE MONTANA POST. l>. W . Tti. TON ^ CO., ) ( TERMS' P.,Ml^*.er. ^^d Proprietor,. S ^ ^ COUNTRY, MAT SHE ALWAYS EE RIGHT ; BUT, MY COUNTRY, RIGHT OR WRONG \ Br BO J^ ? m?trmmm, VOL. 2, NO. 45.] VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1866. [WHOLE NO. 97. Ihe $$0ttta^a f 0St. T>. W. Tilt oil ^ Co. p W. TlI.TON, BEX. R. DITTKS, PUBLISHERS St PROPRIETORS. Office at the City Book Store, cor. of Wallace 4- Jackson Sts. , Terms of Subscription : Oseoopy, one year #7 50 do. six months 4 00 do. three months 2 50 Rates 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 One ^^iuare, ten lines or less, 1 insertion, 4 00 (1o. do. do. 2 da 6 00 d^ do. do. 1 month, 10 00 do! do. . do. 2 do 13 00 da do. do. 3 do 15 00 do. do. do. 6 do 25 00 . ,'^>. do. do. 1 year, 35 00 Two squares, 1 insertion, 6 00 a^. 2...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 30 June 1866

Me ?ntttmn fast. Hnturday dtaaM ^0, l^^e. iu - -- -: to ^ fj To A (| ve rf !^cr^i. - --'The POST is tha. pirmrer Ho paper of Montana, bnsthe largest circ ulaticn. and contains douitU: tne aKuntnt of reading matter af any paper in the ^ Territory. Those wishing to brinr their business eon- '8 spicuousiy before the public, will bear m nimi that the Post V] (in addition tr> its large. Eastern subscription ) is a regular n visitor in erery mining camp, town nnd hamlet in Montana, ci tl Jolt ff* rim Ing of erlt Kinds^ Cards. Billheads, Ball Tickets. Show Cards, Wedding and Visiting Cards, Posters. Hand-BilK Circulars. Theater Programmes, etc.. ^done at the Post Jon Office in the best style and at lo* prices, .^satisfaction guaranteed. *J m^ iiiinii 1 1 m imm , ^ ^ KEOIftl.ATING ON QUARTZ 111 MX. . INTERESTS. 1 ... ii It is certainly very strange that tbe members of t Congress who, ou the subject of mines and mining, sbow their utter ignorace of even the most easily . ascertained facts...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 30 June 1866

T-S?PwSFflreWSPAPER OP MONTANA. | ;?r^la? 3^- OUR AGEJITSV H BRUCE Smith is the traveling Agent for the ^ Mon^ et. Post ^ and i^ authorized to solicit subscriptions, to ^?tait orders for i^h work, and to collect and receipt for ^11 in-oeys due ti. this office. A B Hamilton, is our Agent at Fort Benton. MR C. 0) TRASK is our Agent at Bannack. I M. Fwn. Sterling Hot Spring District. Oa*. S. RAWl.l.vr.s Silver Creek. A. ACKEltJIAX. Montana City. O. G. D^RWTX. Silver Bow. j T>. Strait .r^'fferson City. James Stumw ;>eer Lodge. VfOWKtm CO.. Hell (late. diLPATltlCK. Sl Bkvant. Helena. JOHN TEMPIX. Junction City. tjHAB. E. Smith, Gailatir. City. J. VlPOXT). deniin Gulch. H. H. HATHAWAV. Highland District. ,1. W. WHITE. Pine Grove District. F. CHURCH. Summit City. CAMPBEIX ^ CO., CenfedcrateGulob. M. C. MOOR*:, WMk* st, I N Buck. Boulder Valley. J. A. MaoHER. Reynold City, Elk Creek. j. S. Williams. St. Louis, Mo. L. p. Fisher. San Francisco. Cal. Er>. PlQl'l-'TTK. of Virgmia. is o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 30 June 1866

Some paper having made the statement that butter | should not be kept in a room with kerosene oil, as ^ the kerosene would spoil the butter ^ giving it a pe- cor culiar flavor ^ the Elmira ^ Advertiser ^ remarks the that some of the butter now-a-daya is enough to the spoil kerosene. disi I The St. Joseph ^ Herald ^ says : ^Itisestima- cal ted that we exported, last year, 1,200,000 bales of an) cotton, which, at the high prices it commanded, ho'l exceeded, financially, the amount received from any daj previous crop, It is thi? that has sustained our credit wri abroad, and that has saved us from a business panic the at home.^ prt '. 1 . ^ > Lake Tahoe. ^ It is projected in California to ptt supply San Francisco and a dozen interior towns with t water from Lake Tahoe, which lies in the Sierra Ne- vada Mountains, and is by fifteen hundred feet the _jj highest body of water ever navigated by a steamboat. ( The length of the aqueduct, if it is extended to th' San Francisco, will be 200...

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

^ ilia im ^ j ? ^ THE MONTANA POST J3. ^W. TILTON 6c COn ? f TERMS- Publishers and Rroprietora. $ ^MY COUNTRY, MAY SHE ALWAYS BE RIGHT; BUT, MY COUNTRY, RIGHT OR WRONG.^ fae a year> iri aavanw. VOL. 2, NO. 46. VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1866. WHOLE NO. 98. THE MONTANA POST. I ^ B T3. W. TILTON Ac CO., j ? D. W. Tuvrox, Be*. R. Drrrrs, i ^ PUBLISHERS St PROPRIETORS. Office at the City Book Store. earner of Wallace and I W Jackson Streets, Virginia City. Terms of Subscription : i me copy, one year $8 00 1 do. six months, 5 00 ' do. three mouths, 3 50 j Rates of Advertising ; I X ftnsinesn Cards, 5 lines or less, 3 months.. I 6 U0 p, do. do. do. 6 months,.. 10 00 ; . do. do. do. 1 year, 15 00 I i me square, ten lines or less, 1 insertion, . . 4 00 j do. do. do. 2 do. ti 00 i do. do. do. 1 month 10 CO X do. do. do. 2 do 13 00 | th do. do. do. 3 do 15 00 i m do. ^ do. do. 6 do 25 00 j al Jo. do. do. 1 year, 35 00 i ^ Tito squares. 1 insertion, 9 00 j do, 9 do 8 00 j do....

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 July 1866

f From the San Franciioo ^ Alts.^ ] j ^ THE RESULT. T Sax t*BA>Cl!.CO, June 15th, 1*66- || Kurroas ALT A : Would you oblige >a subscriber ?} l>v givmg a clear and succinct description of the amendments to tbe Constitution ; and show, also, | the distinguishing featnres and dilTorenees between j It -Stevens's seheme of reconstruction a* Opposed to j ir the President's ^ that in, as far as the latter'* has j q r>een made known by bu act* and speeches t 1 j have read the proceedings ae reported in your P Washiegten correspoadeaee and your telegraphic b 'dispatches. and imtst confess that I have not kept ^ ,j jack sufficiently of the mutations, changes, altera- J tlSSS, etc . to have an exact and clear conception of ! 'he ^situation.^ A CMOS Mas. A good deal of ground has to Ik? cov- 1 ered in order to furnibh a sufficient reply | ? to our correspondent. Tito President's ( ? position may l>o stated as follow* : . First^ That no State has ever been , carried out of this Un...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 July 1866

-^^ - . . .-^m*m m?*- THE MONTANA POStT SATimDAY?TuJLV t, iStt. T3 . -~t i '-?r'ri~- ^^ ? ~7i t T 4 ' ^ Helena Advertiaements j M^ ^ -. ^ - rrr 1 Jurats IV. William*, f lU-HlONABLK Hair Dressing and *^*ving j ' r nrid^r^ sseeet. Helena, Montana Terri- , kp wy- ! , J International Hotel, j JS jfcit^i. - - - - Montana Ttrritory, ^ C. JULES GERMAIN, Proprietor. ^ ^ ~ ~ ^~ J . Lroi -r Seeord, Hetow - -- -- -- - Montana. ?2 Al'HIiK.R AND HARNESS MAKER ^ Ha* eon- J O staa*!v on hand and manufacturing litm the '. best auaWi^ ial, ail styloc ef Saddle. Bridle*. Single mid Doab!^ Harness, or anydiag else made in a j first -class saddler shop. 79-91* j x A 4'r*jt*^ttl Palace Hotel, OlTl ^ ATED on Main street, Helena, haa been fitted ; O pu aad put iu the moot complete order lorjhe i ^cc^ uimadation of the truvellii g community. The ! table wi!! te furnished with every luxury tbecouu- j _ try affords, while tbe heeding is warranted not to he sunitssed bv any io ttie mountains. 67.t/ J. B. COX,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 July 1866

4 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1866. THE MONTANA POST. : Saturday ^July 7, 186G. j NORTH-PACIFIC R.VILHOAD. 1 It is not, we l>elieve, generally under- ^ stood by the people of the territory that j tlie charter of this railroad was last fall ] transferred into the hands of a new i company, formed at that time for the | purpose of improving it before it expired ^ by limitation. Congress, at the same time, was memorialized for aid by the new company, and tho House Committee on the Pacific *^Railrord prepared a bill with the following provisions : The company are to receive the interest of a fixed amount per mile from the govern^ ment, at six per cent., in currency, as fast as the road and telegraph lines are completed in sections of twenty-five miles, to the acceptance of Commission^ ers to be appointed by the President. The minimum amount per mile is $20,000, the maximum ^50,000. The amount thus paid is to be returned to the Treasury, to secure which one-half the proceeds fr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 July 1866

Tim MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, JULY^ 7, 1866. 5 THE MONTANA POST. 2 . _ the ?rd^y ^ Jrxlr 7, 1Q66. J* OUS MMM the different towns and mining out oemps of the Territory asd elsewhere, will please am take notice that the terms of subscription for the on POST have been Increased to three dollars per j quarter, five dollars for six months, and eight dol- ? lars for one year. f0I ???ms?ta'm?K????mm=!!??????????= bui OUR AGENTS. Mi \ B. Hamilton, is our Agent at Fort Benton, to Mb. A. J. Smith is our Agent at Bannack. Th j. H. Fish, Sterling, Hot Spring District. ^ i'Jko. 8. RAWUN08. Silver Creek. A. AcaxaMAN, Montana City. enl O. O. DOKWrN, Silver Bow. T. D. 8TBAIT. Jefferson City. 1 Jamba STUART, Deer Lodge. tov W'ORDKN* Co., Hell Gate. GlLTATRICK Si BKTANT, Helen* tw JOHN TWMTTTf. Junction City. an^ CHAS. E SMITH. Gallatin City. tn^ J. Vll'ONK, German Gulch. H. H. HATHAWAY, Highland District. art .1. W. WHITK, Pine Grove District. > th^ F. CHURCH, Summit City. * Yo CAMPBRLI. Si Co., Co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 July 1866

6 tT ^ - ^ = Tlirf ^MONTANA POSt ,\saTI:RI)AY. JULY 7, 18^M5. i -,. ^ - - - ^J . ^^ ^ 1 ^^ ^ ' ^ 1 ^ I > 1 . ^ ^ ! (^-^ i... -mi,- ^ ^ r' : - ~~~ V. KBAIA. F. TETCHNEU j G^Ort CONFECTIONERY, H] WALLACE STREET. Virginia City iVouUna. ' i / If IM LA ? w!i CAKES, PIES, BREAD, C Cookies Canned Fruits. ! St^ ^ AND^ FLAVORING EXTRACTS I Kept constantly ou Jiand. We have on hand and will receive such poods as | y j j CAKE ORNAMENTS, SUGAR\ FLOWERS, PANORAMA EGGS, BASKETS, FANCY HEARTS, And Candy Toys of all. kind*. (ium Drops, Cream Fondats, Honey ^ French Kisses, Cream ^ Bon Bons. Cordial ^ Candied Fruits, ~ - Brandy ^ Chewing Gum, And a 11 kinds of large and smar. _ _? STICK CANDY, Shelled Almond*, Seedless Raisins, Figs, Dates, Citron, Nuts, Chocolate, Maple Sugar, Ramns, Jellies, etc, etc. etc. m a a*-* A line lot of Foreign and Domestic WINES AND CORDIALS, j Anchovies, Holland Herring, { Kil Smim nnd Lintburg Cheese., j Canned Chicken, Turkey, and Preserved Fruits. An endless varie...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 July 1866

A BILL ^ ToR^STUlat*.h^Oerupatlo^Of Wn- k eral Land* and to ^^^* vi Klfib* of Fro-oniptlou t^oreto. ? Hi Be it SJB***sd by UioXenateaad Uo$am ^^^ ,.! [l^'Pre:ien*Ht5V,>S ^f lTnitCHl StAtPH 111 of America, in Copgresd Assembled : pi SkcTION 1 TkiU th^- mineral lands of ft ihepuuic 3omB^, dotiVi llaveyed and W nnsurveved, are hereby deelaJM d to be tree and open to exploration aad occupa T tion by all citizens of the Uhv d Status, , ti' and those who have declared their in-c#^ tcntions as may Lv prescribed by law, j (P and subject hIso to the local custom, or j rule of miners of the several mining districts, so far as the same may not be in conflict with the laws of tbe United States. n^ Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, ? That whenever any person or associ::- y uou of persons claim a vein or iode of ?utitrtz or other rock in place, bearing ? gold, silver, cinnabar or earner) having jE previously occupied and improved the m jiirai) according to the local customs or ? rule*, of min...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 July 1866

8 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1866 BANNACK LETTER. Bannack, July 4th, 1866. The glorious old fashioned Fourth at ' last came ^ the Fourth that was alike dear to the southern people as well as to the northern. ^ This cruel war is over^ and the reconstructed union is gradually ] but surely rising, purified and glorified ] out of that dreadful strife between breth- , ren. The union when once completed , will be stronger, more powerful ; and our i uation wiU go on tc a future power and I greatness never before dreamed of by our ' wisest statesmen. The ^irrepressible . conflict^ came, the southern people ap- | pealed to the arbitration of arms, they ^ fought bravely and have been beaten, and 1 submit to the decree ; the North should Mi generously ^ let ^ by gones be by gones,^ forgive them, and make their re- ( turn into the Union gradual and easy, and we may feel assured that they will be ? the last people to attempt to break the j glorious compact. They will cling to it with mo...

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