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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 5 November 1864

mm ^ ^ mm _i ^' THE MONTANA POST. - rg : ^ ^ 1 r ^ 11 T j ? - __ D. W. TLLTOU , ^ CO., Editor. ^ Proprietor.. .. Country, Kay the Alway. be rifht, Bat My Country, Sight or Wrouf . M TEBKS:~t7,^0 Pot Your ia AdTaaoo VOL. 1. VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1864. NO. 11. (The }HUutanu f 01st = D.\W. Tilton, ^ Co., ^ D. W. Tiltos. ' Baa. R. Drrro. B r.B-ISKBSa AMD FIlOFRlBTORS. { ? Office at t_te> City Book Stare, Corner j ^. of Wallace and Jack.on Streets. 2 TEKMS: ] On* copy, one yssr, ^ - ^ $7.50 V*ne copy, six months, - - - 4.00 _j Oie eopy, three months, - - - * f, , -^_-_=__===_=_=. p BatSI of A.l v cr tlS i n _-. , oi iHMnmn carts, ftrs trass or lea,) one ytar **? M ^^ ^ * ^ ^ ^ ^ Hxraanths, la 00 ~ ^ ^ ^. M _, thr,8 month* 10 0(5 I ^^n* aqaara one year, ^/t^e Usrat or lass) 46 C? ^ne sqnara six snontbs * ^ ^^ ^ 25 00 ;Oo# Bouara, tbrst -Soothe ^ * ^ 15 00 Q - art *r coluiro, one year, 09 00 ^ ^ sir months 45 00 S' ^ ^ three - 80 00 ^* Half column, tone...

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. — 5 November 1864

3hc |$?tttaita f fiTtjp D. W. TILTO> A: CO., Proprietors. VIRGINIA CITY. M. T. * * . Batnrday, Nov. 5 , 1864. 1 F' ^ ^ . -^ . ., . ^ _ , .. ' alen ^ ?????????????? ? ' I i i if i I **> r ' >r ^ ^ ^ ^ be t Tiie Kiectlou.. ? ^ Ho that auawareth a matter before ha 1 eid heareth it, it ia folly and shame unto lim,^ J a. * and lest we should fall into this pit of foTW ^ and shame, we have bsen content to wait gee thjodssne of the voting, which a few days of willplu.ee before us. There has b^en. .a I contest* of no small dirhenriong and no lit- t*r tlo importance.. The Union party wero out- wo nuniheredat the polls, in this neighborhood,, lay and in some, other. . pht^#^) nnd if, on the Teceipt of all the returns now so sbortly eipected, eta the total summary, of legal 1 vSte.s there be no (jountcrrailing majority, gr. the Unioa mm must acknowledge a defeat, gh WhetheT, however, defeat or success shall pe be proclaimed within the next few days, tho politics of the .'party and the...

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. — 5 November 1864

THE ONLY P i-PER IN THE TERRITORY Ol'R AGENTS. HrOH Glens, of Virginia City, is our authoriied Ajrent to receive subscriptions, and moneys for eeme. Kit recipt will be good. Maj. F?s, of Fort Beatop, is our authorized ' agentTit Fort BeVrton Snd?cin'ty. ' ] JI .'.vlivgj A Co., at Silver Creek ; Mr. T. J. MER-ftit*L, dt Prickly Pear; Also tbe Carrier, going from this city to Fort Bei - ; The Post-Master, at Bannock City ; Alae Um Post-Master at Suit Lake; Mr, j>n, Stcart at Deer Lodge. Mr, Fba*k Wob^bs, at Hell Gates /a t I , 'Bit. v? ^^**^^ aw, art Summit. ^ All of the above named gentlemen are author- * ,ied to .receive subscriptions far the paper, adver 1 Using or gob work, and receiDt the nune. CoalOiil is selling now at $10 00. Tbe warmest and most convenient corral in ^o wn^ the Elephan t Corral. For sale at the City Beok Store, ^lo; of old newspaper*. We hear of a warty fitting out to fight In^ dians some place, in the Territory. ^ - The stonework on the Gem ia being pushed...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 5 November 1864

T ^ ^ J g J ^n York THtune. A>8 On tfee Chicago Surrenttr. ; c^r*ejj BV BATARP TAYtOR, ; their m Itfriun What * hoist the white (leg when oar triumph ii hare I n,*k? ?^Sl(t^.a.3 ^ This VThat! crouch before Treason? make Freedom ^i arena lief h^t^ V 'What ! spike ell our guns when the foe is at bar ^u - c And th* race ot hli black banner dropplag away ? ! ^true Tear down the strong name that oar nation has won, the J Aad strike h?r brave bird from his home in the sun? j fight: t Their He's a coward who shrinks from the lift of the , sword; r 1 He's a traitor who mocks at the sacrifice poured ; Of a i Nameless and homeless the doom that should blast char: The knave who stands i J ly till peril is past, j But be who submits when the thunders bare burst from And victory dawns, is of cowards the wont. _ 7 Is the old spirit dead ? Are we broken and weak, to tb That cravens so shamelessly lift the white cheek i endt To court the swift insult, nor blush at the blow, j DQj). The tools of ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 12 November 1864

^ ^ ' ' ^**'*'i'r*' ^ '^^*Bfi*. ' rtni >?B^*jteMSW.J? - - 1 ) I'1 > I *^^^^-^ l1* muse ii mlH in r ^ ^^ ; i '??AM%?i%?*MaMHtiKfTi??? v.- ^ >. f THE MONTANA POST. D. W. TILTOH, ^ CO., Editors ^ Proprietor.. .,_r #- ^ . _- y Country. May she Always bo right, But My Country, Eight or Wrong. ^ TERMS: --$7, 50 Per Tear in Adranoe 7 1 1 * * 1 ^ ' 1 ^ *^'?' 1 * ^T.^ i - ^ ^ ^ i frg, * . ,,,---^, j . . ?. ,. --^ . . ^ - ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ - - ^ ^ 1 ^ 1 - * ^ ^ ^ i ii.. VQL- L VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1864. NO. 12. She ?OtttrtB? $0St D-.W. Tilton, ^ Co., 1>. W. Tu.tob. Bm. R. Dittbb. PCBI.I8HBRS AID PHOmiBTOM. -affirm at the City Book Store, Corner ol Wallace una Jack. on Streets. TERMS : One .opy, ona rear, .... $7.50 One eopy, six months, .... 4.00 ^me ^opy, three months, .... 3,50 Bate, of Advertising. #^aio^es cards, (At* linen or lei*,) ons year $20 00 ^* ^ ^ ^ ^ V six months, 15 00 - ^ ^ ^ - ^ ^4 three montha 10 f)0 One square one yaar, (tan Una or le...

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. — 12 November 1864

M j A ^. \V. T1LTOS Ac CO., 1'roprlef era. - juV YIRGIXLV CITY, M. T. o Saturday, .... - Nov. 12, 1864. of : _1 the ^ / ^J --^ . ^- . |^ :txf^ PROClAWATaO*. ' -r - ^a thi 'ri HEItKAH. By nri act of Congress approved Mnv , 2^, IftfA, entitle 1 ^ An act to provide a tempo^- rary government for the Territory cf Montana,1' pe it is pro video! that the persons elected to the first | -x Legislative AsfemMy. shall meet at such place iind j on such dav sa the Uovernor shall npjMUBt : Now. i kn therefore, I. SjQXBT Edobut s. Governor cf said i Territory, by virtue of th^ jwiwer thu^ vsted in' me. do appoint that on the second Monday of T)e- I Tn^ c.'uibnr. 1S^U. Miid Legislative Assembly shall I ^^ meet at Bannack City, in said Territory. ^1h testimony whereof I have hereunto set mv CV hand, at Bauti;tck City, iu l.he year of our Lord*, j cight?n hundred and sixty-four, and of the Inde^ pendence of the United States the ei?htv-ninth. 8p SIDNEY E1KJKRT0N, if] ^ 12 ^ -td Governor. b] Tomlorial...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 12 November 1864

THE OXI.YPiPER 5 THE TERRITORY ? , a LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS. ! i __ .-^ 11 3 | 1 OI R AGENTS. | HcaH Gl_-IN. of Virgin.* City, is our authorised j Agent to receive snbanriptLoiui, and muney^ for | -Mm*. II in recipt will Vie pood. 1 M_ J. Upson, of Fort Beuten, is *ur authorized ; , *-f *rt st Fort BAnton and vicinity. Rowlings A Cu., at Silver Cre^k: Mr. T. J. M r Kit: i.i . at Prickly Pear: Also the Carrier, going from this city to Fort ^ Benton ; 1 The Post-Master, at Bamuvki ity; Also the Post-Master at Salt Lake; Mr. J_s. Stc a rt at l>ecr Lodge. I Mr, Frark Wu-M-Tji at {felt Oate* t Dr. fll-HHI, nt Summit. I. EL Lswi?of Smntuit Valley District, Deer Lodge County. ' Aii of the above named gentlemen are author- \ 1 tied to receive subscriptions for the paper. ndver ' tising or job work, and receipt ttm the same. A See Elephant Corral's new advertisement. ^ ^ r Some interesting c^rre^rprmd^^riee from Bran^ don City, Mill Creek, lays over till our next for 1 want of spac*. . i T...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 12 November 1864

From the Correspondence of thaN. Y. Erening Post, j pr^ 1 1 ' ! /- Y .' * b *\^W^ m4+t ! K)fl ]tbe THE BEAR OF MOUNT REARS ARGE. on Some ^ game ^ out of the ordinary qual-, 8^t Uy waiJiuppoaed? to be in the towD of Pei Orange, N. H., in tl* summer o| 19i8j>e- i ^^^ oaiise of the large number of sheep found d^ dead in tbe pastures, killed by some savage h^ b^ast. It .was declared to b'e.a wolf, and ; ' that this must be destroyed. In order to ev do thii the town was surrounded by armed ' ag citiiene. whose plan was to gradually coa- ^ cei tract their line*, something Jike the plan of ati tie modern ^anaconda,^ tilt whatever ofj?g game might be enclosed should be driven to the centre of the diminished circle, and \ do th^r*it eould eaaihr be destroyed, sin the | ba centre the wolf was expected to be. In the ; c'( progress of the contraction of the lines, | to the dogs which made partof ths force, gave W signs at the mouth of a cave which extend- j ? cd under a ledge of rock, that s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 19 November 1864

THE MONTANA POST. P. W. TILTON, ^ CO., Editors ^ Proprietor.. My C(miltry> May 8\e Alwayg be ? But My Couiltry, fiight or Wrong. - TEMS:--|7,50 Per Year in A dvan*^ ^ ^ : ^' ^ ^ . ' . _ ^ ^ ^ ^ . 1 m- ' ^ ' ^ VQL> L VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1864. NO. 13- %ht Montana ICaist D. W. Tilton, ^ Co., D. \T. Tiltos. Bex. R. Dittbs. ! PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. Office at the City Book Store, Corner off Wallace and Jackson Streets. TERMS: One eopy, one year, .... $7.50 j One copy, fix month*, - 4.00 One copy, thrae months, .... 2.60 Kate* Of Atlvei-tisjinn;. Business cards, (five lines or less,) one year $20 00 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ six months, 15 00 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ three months 10 00 | Ono fqaare one y^ar. (ten lines or less) 40 00 ' One sqi' are six months ^^ ^ ^ ^ 25 00 One square, three months ^ ^ ^ ]5 00 Quarter column, one year, 60 00 ^ ^^ six months 46 00 ^ three ^ 30 00 Half column, one y^sur, 1 90 00 ^ '^ six months, 60 00 * ^ three months 45 00 One column, one...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 19 November 1864

^ gi 39. \V. TIL.TOX Az CO., Proprietors. ^* VIRGINIA CITY, M. T. * o ni ^ Saturday, Nov. 19, 1864. bl t\ Union Majorities in every State but one! HURRAH FOR LINCOLN! ' c We are coming:, Father Abraham, 300,000 .rlore.^ I As we were going to press we received - the glorious news that Lincoln* and John- t I son are elected. In every State except t one from which returns are given, Lincoln I is ahead by a large majority. Little New \ Jersey is all right. The fact is, every State I has gone right, with the exception, probab^ . ably, of Kentucky, which is doubtful. G. ' B. MeC. ought to carry one State. , As wo close, 10 o'clock, p. m., the Union 1 men are having a celebration. Music, j bonfires, and [speech making are the order j of the day, or rather night. ^ Tlia devout thanka of the people ara due to Almighty God for this triumph of Free- ^ dom and Right. J ^ RALLY ROUND THE FLAG, BOYS!^ s Tlie First tfcuartcr. With this number of the Montana Post ' expires the first quarter. ] We h...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 19 November 1864

1 befHontitna?st. .J _ 1 ho THE ONLY PAPER IN THE TERRITORY j 1 -^ Ea -r ^ ^-^ - th LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS. d^ ^ , i wi to OIR AGENTS. ri^ Ht'Gn Glesk, of Virginia City, is our authorised ?a Agent to receive subscriptions, and moneys for 80 same. His recipt will be good. cc Maj. Ursox, of Fort Benton, is our authorized tb agent at Fort Benton and vicinity. tn Rowlisus A Co., ct Silver Creek ; oi Mr. T. J. Merrill, at Prickly Pear; . ^* Also the 'Carrier, going from this city to Fort ll Ban ton; th The Post-Mnster, at Bannock City; 80 Also the Po.-t-Master at Salt Lake; Mr. Jas. Sti-art at Deer Lodg?. SF Mr, Frank Wordeh, at Hell Gates 8e Dr. Overmean, at Summit. M I. N. Lewis, of Summit Valley District, De>jr 81 Lo^k;e County. All of the above named gentlemen are author^ ized to receive subscriptions for the paper, adver sj tiding or job work, and receint '#^ the same. n For the latest eastern papers go to the City ? Book Store. j Wasted. ^ Eight boarders in a small family in t1 t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 19 November 1864

How the Soldiers Talk. ^pi ^Y PRIVATB MILKS O'UKILLT. J18? ^ , ^ houi W^ have heard the rebel yell, cont We hare heard the Union ahont, In 1 We have weighed the matter very well ; And mean to fight it out; ^ In victory's happy glow, In the gloom of utter rout, [woe. mat We have pledged ourwlves ^ ^Come weal or calli By Heaven ! we fight it out.^ ' intr 'Tis now too late to qaestion R^n What brought the vrftr about; 1581 'Tis a thing of pride and passion Lltt And we mean to fight it out. jjr01 Let the ^ Wig wigs ^ use the pen, 1 ' Let them caucus, let them spout, 1 We are hnlf a million weaponed mem ma' And mean to fight it out. the Our dead, our loved, are crying A |j From many a stormed redoubt, ^J in the swamps and tren^5hes lying ^ V63 ''Oh, comrades fight it out! 80 ^ 'Twas our comfort as we fell | ]Q^ To hear your gathering shcut, y^ Rolling back the reheld' weaker yell ^ ,, [ God-speed you, fight it out ! ^ l^e lhe negro ^ iree or slave ^ j^t We care no pin about, But for the ...

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. — 26 November 1864

^^Hi;;if.p;,,M. ' ^^^aaafca ^ ^ ^^^^?Z?T-n1 iii 111 ^ mhuu.il iftiMiuiymMiii ^ ^ - -n mis ^flSM|f^30]|r^* ...j . JlMtfWfifWWjl?lil WW ^ ^ ^ f* THE MONTANA POST. D. W. TILTOH, ^ CO.. Editon ^ Proprietor!. ^w^ r^ ~ v . . . * ^ I =^=a^ _ mv Country, May she Always be right. But My Country, Eight or Wrong. n TEEMS.-$7,50 Per Year in Adranee VQL- 1 ^ VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1864. NO. 1 4. D. W. Tilton, ^ Co., !AWi JJ. W. Tiltok. Titx. R. Ihrrss. I propi PCBI.I9HKKI AST) PTOPniITORS. i frietl ^fftee at the City Rook Store, Corner ^ *^V of Wallace and Jackson ftireots. | |'r w TERMS: j _ Os* copy, one year, .... |7.50 j T 1 Ons copy, aix months, .... 4.00 J JM Out copy, thrts months, .... 2.50 j f* _ , ? i *ini ^^ gw Elate* ef Advertising j RIT* Buaiaeas cards, (^ire lnw or lane,) on* year $2P CO , ttg^j ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ six month*, 15 00 1 ^ - ^' ^ ^ ^ ^ three months 10 CO i Cmt nqaare one year. (Un line* or le**) 40 00 j v One aquar* six month* ^ ^ ^ ^ 25 00 j...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 26 November 1864

She fttcutaaaffofi? D. W. TILTON A CO., Proprietor d VIRGINIA CITY, St T. > u . .^ f Saturday, Nov. 26, 1864. v ~ * h : :-?,:?.v.-.zr a Tbc ^Setts. r The last received telegrams tell us little c more than that Lincoln and Johnson are t elected. Thus far all is well. The exact n details, we have yet to receive, but wc are ? ^ure that an ovcrwheimin:r majority of the tj peoph have pronounced in favor of Free^ dom and Right. ' * If Sherman is really on the march for Charleston, which Rood h*^ uncovered by e his moroment Verves the Tennessee, a most a important military norement in now in pro- n cefis of execution. Hs has burned Atlanta l ae a preparatory step. The Canadian cjovernraent hnn at last ^ entoved, with full spirit. into the cause of n the North, and is taking all measures pos- j, ^ib!e to prevent any coaipjratorti piouiag . ^ across the- borders, from brinjrinjr. their do- !* fcijZns to a successful issue. Let all who wish it quarrel, but let tru-reAnglo Ssaxon race, the ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 26 November 1864

j . 1 ^prr^ ~^ ~~^ ^ -^ ^ ^ mm lim ^ miimi u __. ? | nfterr THE ONLY P *PEK L\ THH TLRRITORY h - ? : uke ^ - ^ ! 1 ______ ^ lowci LOCAL AND OTHKH fTILflS. i bsrg'i ^ ^^. ' * ^ I ^snip OMX AGENTS. j jjjg Hr^ Glsmx. of Yirgiiii_ Chy, Hi o_r sntbnrised tiari. to receive subscrititioiii, and moneys for! ^ nat. Hi* recipt win be good. ' ontsl Maj. Uraox, of Fori Benton, i^ our authonied J3** a?arit at Fort Benton And vicinity. thai, * ; wu.tos _ Co.. _t Silver Crask : i tide- Ida. T. J. Mbrrill, at Prickly P-oar: j lbs. r A'.-o the Currier,- going from this my ta Fort { or 10 Briton: - ^ Je [areti _::e Poit-Master, ut. Bannock City ; and I Aiio tho Port-Mcfter at Sr.lt Lake; you l .Vrii. Ji^. Stl aht at Deer Lod^^. >^. r'PA>R Vi'ordrn. at Hell GuttS 1>a. Ovbrmbas. at Summit. j lonp L*. Jf. Ltwis, of Summit Valley Dittriet, Deer 1 *'?n p Lodge County. ^ 1 P All of the above named gentlemen are author- ; r? Al werf to r*c*iv^ Snbnerintion. for the paper, advar ] ft tiling or job w...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 26 November 1864

From Bearer Aeaa tountf. Centrkville, Nov. 10, 1864. ( Fditor Post : ^ We mav eafely ear with- ^ cut tinv mistake, that rich discoveries are ! ' being made in this Territory every day, ^ bringing not only indication*, bat li h de- ' poeitcs of gold and silver unsurpassed by udv other Territory in the United States. 1 Here at Bannack, we have silver lodes ' ?that'bavo been tested in Ttaanack, in Cal- 1 ifornia, and in Denver. The two first as^ says were about the same, but the one in Denver was about twice as much as either of the others, for the reason, I suppose, that it was taken from a deeper part of the fhaft, nnd, as near as I can remember, was $2,000 to the ton. It is thought by some, that a belt of sil^ ver lodes runs from, Bannack to Prickly Pear, and if so, we will hav^i a large field for prospecting. I hope something will be done in the coming Legislature to encour^ age progress in this, great undertaking, j Our lode mining here is at a perfect stand- | rtill. Our gulch mi...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 3 December 1864

^ ^^oi fi,i' i.j ? ?j ?~riw***fcBg*B^r?^^^*?^y^^B?? i t^ t hi _j!LJ* ?il'Slj!?*?^*11!!? W^ wiiii isa-iaii iiisjji^ m n ^______w_m_b????- __JTHE?VIQNTANA POST D. W. TILTOH, 4 CO., Editors ^k Proprietor. ^ ^_^_ n^ ?_^^__.,_^ _ *y Country, May sae Always be right, But My Country, Eight or Wrong. TERMS:-?7,fiO Per Year In Advance g ^ . .. .... ... ^ VQL- L VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1 86 4. NO. 15- ^^^^^^^ ^^_a_____sas__n_ss__aa____a_si rXI S j TDA D. W. Tilton, ft Co., x_. D. W. Tilton. Bex. R. Drrraa. j propr publishers Airo TROPaiETORS. | frieuc Office at the City Hook Store, Corner j ?rfP* of Wallace and Jackson Streets. ! ^^w* TERMS : Osn to^ , one y^a_, .... $7.50 jT E ( M copy, six months, - - - - t ^ ?* Oai eopv, three months, .... 2.50 M* ' , ,,.^,^ ! Bini^ *!!?~~~-~???? ^ ^ _^ ?1^ ~_ _ !_ pairii Bates of AdTertlslnr. Plre 1 ^ 1 a^or Boa^ an earla, (_ve lines or less,) one ysar $50 W I made ^' ^' ^ - ^ six months, 15 00 ! - ^ * * m u %_r^^ mcntlis 1...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 3 December 1864

5lu $$0tttaua^ ^. W. TILTOJf A CO., Prcprletare. | VIRGINIA CITY, M. T. Saturday, - - - - - Dec 3d, 1864. ! . i ^ ????????????? i Tiie War. There is, evidently, a deep fqeling in of^ ficial circles, that the recent brilliant vic^ tory of the Union men will result in a return of at least somo of tbe ssceded j States to their senses and their allegiance. Provision is being made for tluir coming, I in the order of their enlightenment, with^ out waiting for the benighted ernes out in the cold. The march upon Augusta is no i a mad frolic, as the Democrats describe it. If it were, they would he silent enough till ths end came. They knew it is another of tha deadly wounds of the Nonhern steel, and they fear that its success will render their cause hopeless. Sherman takes thirty days rations with him ; he can easily make this sixty days, I by issu:ng half rations, if necessary, and raise as much more by pillaging the country. That is 120 days supply sure. There is now existing a rc-actionar...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 3 December 1864

Sit Montana 3?oist. !^_; . _ [ . j in tbii ^ ^ ^ ~ * i Mauoir TUB ONLY Pi PER IN TliE TERRITORY 1 iMrTt! ? - _ a ____A______ \ ^^ 1*. ??r???l????? | connoi , I bare o - * ^ ^ ' j for utl LOCAL AND OTHER ITETJS. ^tR AGENTS. | Ceielei Bcea ^-^^^. of Virginia Citj, it our authorised j of go1 Ageat to receive sobserip.ior_, and moneyi for , lode, i aunt. Hit recipt will b^ good. * j -,or_i, M_J. Ur^0^, of Fort Benton, it our authorised ! ^K, a agent af Fort Benton and vicinity. | mi\l. Rowlihu* A Co., at Silver Creek ; J cion^ , Ma. T.J. Merkill, at Prickly Pear; I *he t Alio the Carrier, going from^ tbie city te Fort i' lucky Beaton: tj,ir# The Post-Master, at Bannock City; AUo the Post-Mt_t*r at Salt Lake; M*. Jab. Svcabt at Deer Lodge. :.. Ma, Pba5B Woana*, at Hell Gates ,n ' Da. Ovbbiibai?, at Summit. , Rents T. N. Liwia, of Summit Valley District, Deer|{ of th Ledge County. i ^t.or^ 111 of the abort named jejitltesen are author- ^ wltD ' ieed to receive subscriptions for the paper....

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 3 December 1864

J Selected for the Montana Post. ^in Awful CB^i.^^^ tfce Last of co A CCSS1D WAR HVX5. [Surfeited by the following tout : ^ Jeff Davis 1^ ^ May he be set afloat in au opeb. boat, without * compass or rudder; may that boat and contents be aw^llowed. by a shark, and the shark iwa) towed by n. i ?' whale,*the whale in the Devil's belly, ind the Devil j Q, in Hell, the door locked and the key lost ; and fur- , ther, may ha be chained ia tho sonth-we*t coejier of ; ]0 lleli, and a northeast wind blow aihse in his eyes to j ti all st^rnity.^[ it Oh, may that cusa, Jeff Davis, float, pi #^ HaUe^ Halle'ltsjaft ! iff (Afe On stormy' sea, in open boat, In Iceland's cold, without * coat, Glory Hallelujah. ^ 6J No rudder, comrxwi. sail, or oar, Halle^ Hallelujah ! A million miles away from shore, J* Where mvriad briny monsters roar, G Glory Hallelujah. h* May sharks devour bim. stem and stern, 81 Halle^ Hallelujah ! P A whale then gulp them down in turn, - CI , And th^ Devil get the whole conce...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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