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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 July 1866

THE MONTANA POST. ' . ^ - T?=- V Newspaper, Devoted to tiie >Iinei-al, A?viexxltxix-fil axxcl Commercial Interests of Moftan-i Territory. D.W.TILTON^CO- > ~^ } .. ( TERMS ^ Publisher* and FroprietorB. \'?'^' MY COUNTRY, MAY SHE ALWAYS BE RIGHT; BIT, MY COUNTRY. RIGHT OR WRONG.^ IT jftBa, yipar, j_ mAv?o*,. VOL. 2, NO. 47. VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1866. WHOLE NO. ^. T HE MONTANA POST. i O. W. TTX.TON ^ CO? r>, W. Til l^M, Bex. R. dittks, I'CBLISHEHS Sl PROPRIETORS. Office at the City Hoof; Store, comer of Wallace end V Jackson Streets, Virginia City. Terms of Subscription : Ow copy. ono year $8 ^X) ilo. six months, 5 00 ^lo. three months, ^'! SO -, Rates of Advertising r^ J IlwslauM Cards. S lines or lees, 3 months. . 4 6 00 I do. do. do. b months... 10 00 do. do. I do. ' year, 15 00 OaeMOare, i.'ii lines or less. 1 insertion. .. 4 00 do. do. do. I tin. '! Ofl ,l^ do. di. 1 mouth It) 00 ? do do. do. 2 dt U 00 tl do. do. ^lo. -i do 15 00 ^ do. do. da. li do ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 July 1866

I ^ ?JTHE?MONTAN A POST, SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1866.' PLAIN TALK WITH Ql'ABTZ want* No portion of our country has grown more rapidly in the estimation of East^ ern men and capitalists than Montana ; none to-day, especially among the min^ eral regions, enjoys a more enviable reputation. Visible evidences of the wealth of Colorado, Nevada, Idaho, Pah- ranagat and Arizona may be seen at va^ rious rooms in the city of New York, > but none of them attract equal attention;' or command the same confidence as the):1 specimens on exhibition at the rooms of 1 Conner and Tufts, from the mines of this 1 Territory. There is something in the appearance of the quartz itself which at r once disarms all skepticism concerning P its richness. It answers better than any a other all preconceived notions of thoet c persons, whose knowledge of silver ai !n gold-bearing rock has been derived f raj> other sources than actual observation The student of mineralogy, who trftyr everything by books, is better...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 July 1866

THE MONTANA POST, SAT U R D A Y ~ JUL Y 14, 1 866. 3 merit placing the Indian Bureau under I ri the War Department. The freemen's bureau bill passed both Houses and is now in the hands of the President. ^f New York, July 3d. Co Transactions in Wall street are very (O light, and without important changes in money, gold or stocks. Cotton very dull wa and nominal at 36,'^^58e. Flour less ac- ^^ tive and heavy. Wheat dull and tends j^ downward. Corn \oi.2c better, with ft Pr ^ood export demand. thi Galveston, July 2d. Ml The following important dispatch was th /recited at the headquarters of General wt Wright, in this city, from Gen. Geo. M. soi Getty, commanding at Brownsville, dat- ro! ed 24th of June. The right bank of the rei Rio Grande is now in jxissession of the pr Republican forces of Mexico. The bat- mi tie between Escapade and Mejia, on the re 16th inst., m-ar Camargo, resulted in the th total rout of the latter and the capture su of a train of merchandize. pr Bagdad was aband...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 July 1866

4 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, JULY 14. 1866. THE MONTANA POST. |^ ^ are Saturday -July 14, 1866. | prh ^ I moi OCR Agents in the different towns and mining I con camps of the Territory and elsewhere, will please j mpl take notice that the terms of subscription for the | ? Post have been increased to 83.50 per quarter, j $5 for six months, and 88 for one year. en* ^ ~ ~^l 1 THE MONTANA POST. I me] thsx In presenting our readers with the dut Post, in a new dress and enlarged in j pas ' size, we ask their indulgence while we j bee briefly review the ground over which j der we have trodden since our first con- ; of 1 uection with it. The first settlement i Ou was made in this city at the time of the j larj discovery of gold in Alder Gulch, in June, tha 1863. In less than a year from that wit time ten thousand people were living tin within a radius of twenty miles, of which ant Virginia was the centre. Encouraged an by the prospect of continued settlement, I niz John Buchanan, who had lu...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 July 1866

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, JULY' 14, 1866. 5 THE MONTANA P0ST.|^- Wedn Saturday -.Tnly 11, 1S6G. ? '^ ' place OUR AGENTS. jay ^ V. li. H \MII.ToN. is our Agent at Kurt Benton. Mr. A. J. Smith is our Ageut at Bannack. A 1 J. H M sterling. Hot .Spring District. there ,;v.^. S. Kxwuxtis, Silver Creek. ^. Ack.kk.Man. Montana City. *^n * ^>. (I. Dokwin. Silver Bow. ^ layini T*. D. Stkait. Jefferson City. ever 1 OfSB Srl'AKT, Deer Lodge. ' WORl'F.X * Co., Hell Gate. LomP (xILPATBICK St BUY ANT. Helena. of fre MIIN TEMl'LE. Junction City. I if. V.. Smith. Gallatin City. Aa. j. Vil'ONh, Crerman Gulch. JI. H. Hathawav, Highland District. ,rom 1 J, \\ . WMRB, Vine Grove District. week V. OUUMtM, Sitinmif City. press CAMPBELL A CO., Confederate Gulch. 1 tt. C. MOOUK, Blackfoot. 1^cal L N.BlXK, Boulder Valley. with A. MAGHEB. Reynold City. Elk Creek. tHrm .1. S. Williams. St. Louis, Mo. L. P. FISHER. San Francisco. Cal. ? El>. Plcjl'KTTF. of Virginia, is onr authorized , A rent to receiv...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 July 1866

g THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, JULY l?lgggi? ? The youth who follows his appetites, ( too soon seizes the cup before it has bn received its best ingredients. . pai When Andrew Johnson was in Lon- -n press he proposed nine distinct consti- tft( tutional amendments in one session. wj, TnE photographic power of the sun is tro clue to the presence of invisible rays. It is not the light that paints the solar rej picture. 8ir From India, we are sorry to learn that Mi Mr. Hustomjee J amsetjee Jeejeebhoy has Ej resigned his seat in the Council through an Ul health. ^ % , 1C1 When gunpowder is heated nearly up ( to the point of decomposition, previous to ignition, the force of its explosion is w greatly increased. J] The late Sheridan Knowles, the last n^ years of whose life were spent in preach- m ing, left a play in manuscript which has 0? been produced in Ijondon. ? The vapor of mercury escapes from w that liquid at all temperatures above forty degrees. Many persons have lost cc their live...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 July 1866

_ _THEJIONTANA POST, SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1866. 7 Th^ Typographical Errors of my I *w First Poem. rnS Ah 1 here it is ! I'm famou* sow^ laa An author and a poet^ sop It reaOj is h l'rint ; TS gods ! j8 r, How proud I'H be to show it ! It i \-id gentle Annie ! what a thrill W)|| animate her breast, Ol ] To read these ardent lines and know jriti Ta whom they are addressed. RrR Why, bless my soul, here's something strange, tllif \\'l,at can the papers mean, US Ky talking of ^ the graceful brooks f ear That gander o^er the green ?^ wjj And her^ 's a t instead of r, Which makes it'^ tippling rill ;^ UU> ^ We'll seek the shad,^ instead of M shsde.^ ear And ^ hell ^ instead of ^ hill.^ ^ Thev look so ^^what t I recollect, ^** 'Twas ^sweet^ and then 'twas ^kind;^ thi And now to think the stupid fool hy For ^ bland^ lias printed ^blind.^ * WaR ever seen provoking work^ 'Tis curious, by the by, How anything is rendered blind eyt By giving it an sys er ] ^ Hast tbou m> tears,^ the t's left...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 July 1866

8 THE MO NT A NA POST , SAT I'RI) A V, JULY 14, 1 86 (5 . From Idaho. A correspondent of the Vedette, writing from Hurry City, Idaho, under date o July 1st, says: To-day we chronich the arrival of Gen. Halleck and staff, ai .^vent which the people of thisportioi ^>f tho interior hail with delight. Thi recent depredations of the Indians hav^ kept the community in constant alam tat some weeks past, and they look ti the head of the uiilitary department o this coast for protection. The recen campaign of Major Marshall did no shed much lustre upon the military o Idaho. The private soldiers of his com niand criticise his precipitate retrea st verely ; but all are now jubilant ii anticipation of what the great chieftaii will do in regard to our Indian affairs H?entiy tho Indians have been seen ir i he immediate vicinity of this camp, anc have stolen some stock. The mines in this district are now be ing rapidly developed ; there are at th^ present time ten fine mills in running . >lx'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 21 July 1866

> * ^ 1 r ii ^^^^*i>t^^?iiiiiaaifc^~???CT,M^. _THE MONTANA POST. Newspaper, Pe?__?jlJtg_tlle Mineral, Agricixltnral and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. T3. W. TILTON ^ CO.. T ~ ~ ^ Publishers and Proprietor*. $ MY COUNTRY, MAY SHE ALWAYS BE RIGHT : BUT, MY COUNTRY, RIGHT OR WRONG ' K TERMS : :^ , ^ ^ ^^ . ' I fj?8 a year, in advance. VOL. 2, NO. 48. VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1866. WHOLE NoTrM). THE MONTANA POST. BI _. W. TILTON Ac CO., % t>. W. TII.T05, KKK. R. DITTE9, PUBLISHERS Si PROPRIETORS. Office at the City Book Store, corner of Wallace and Jaekton Streets. Virginia City. Terms of Subscription : Pa One copy, one year $8 00 *~ do. ' six ruocth^ 5 00 do. three months 3 50 -w- Rates of Advertising : ^. business Cards, 5 lines or less, 3 months.. $ 6 00 p'* do. do. do. C months. . . 10 00 lm> do. do. do. 1 year 15 00 at One square, ten lines or less, 1 insertion, . . 4 00 do. do. do. 3 da 00 ilo. do. do. I ttonth 10 00 da. do. do. 2 do. 13 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 21 July 1866

2 THE MONTANA P OS T , S ATTJ R D A Y , ?JhY 21 , 1866. THS INDIAN POLICY. We are not surprised to learn that the Indian treaty attempted at Fort Laramie by commissioners of the government, c has proved a failure. But for the prob- J> able massacres which may .follow it, we t might say that we do not regret this re- j suit, simply because it will teach the p officials at headquarters a lesson that they ought to have learned long ago. P In thc opinion of Congressmen and In- 1 dian agents, Western men are either t fools or knaves on this Indian question, yet among them there is a great unan- n imity of opinion as to the policy, and g the only policy, which will effectually and forever bring to an end the terrible t enormities, practised almost every month ^ in tho year, upon the unoffending emi- grant. The wise Congressman says : | ^We must pursue a paternal policy. F These red men have been imposed upon jj both by government and people, and _ they are only redressing their wrongs....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 21 July 1866

-X*jSjj gjj [ J AN A POST, SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1866, 3 New York, July 10th. { Justu Five case* ot cholora were in Brook^ lyn this morning. All proved fatal. The total numder of cases of sun- ^ stroke during the recent heated term waB 61 in New York, 13 in Brooklyn. New York, July 10th. . A very remarkable increase of activity J*} ie observed in the military establish^ ments of France. Uniforms, arms and ammunition are got ready in the great- m est haste, and to a sufficient amount for tbe equipment of the army at its full strength. The. reserves only have as jet not been called in, but these are al^ ways to be obtained at three or four eV.v- notice. New York, July 10th. EL. A Vera Cruz letter of June. 25th, sayb Gen. Figuerra has taken Tolucca by Horn:. Tolucca is only forty miles from ** the city of Mexico. Tiscatalpan is to be goon evacuated by the French garrison, who will be sent to reinforce Tampico, _ the latter place being seriously troubled ^ a* by the Republicans. At Tobasco...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 21 July 1866

4 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1866. THE MONTANA POST. Saturday July SL, 18^0. OUR Ac.kxts in the different towns and mining rtamps of the Territory and elsewhere, will please take notice that the terras of subscription for the PORT hare been increased to $3.50 pef quarter, IS for six months, and $3 for one year. LEGISLATURE AND TAXES. Our neighbor of the Democrat, under the caption of^ Legislature and Taxes,^ entertains his readers with a tabular ex^ position of some of the causes wnich have burdened the Territory with tax^ ation. He charges it all upon the Re^ publicans. What truth is there in this ? Was it a Republican or Democratic legislature that passed the law giving to the Governor and Judges a salary of twenty-five hundred dollars each ? Was the Code Commission appointed by a Re^ publican or Copperhead Legislature? The answer to these questions tells the story. The Bannack legislature, with a large Democratic majority, passed these laws. If the officers who received...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 21 July 1866

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1866. ^ THEMONTANAPOST. >p S:imrday~ -J?Y 1800. gc ^l'R AGENTS. ? \. B. HAMILTON, i^ our Agent at Fort Benton. JIB- A. J. SMITH is our Agent at Bannack. M f M. Fish, Sterling, Hot Spring District. Qm, S. Rawijsgs, Silver Creek. V AcKBRMAN, Montana City. O. G. DORWIN, Silver Bow. fir r. D. Strait, Jefferson City. James Stuart, Deer Lodge. ^ WORDEN* Co., Hell Gate. da Giltatrick 4. Bryant, Helena. Ioiin Temvi.e, Junction City. Cuxs. E. Smith, Gallatin City. J. WORD, German Guleb. ^ ji. H. Hathaway. Highland District. P1 J. W. WHITE. Pine Grove District. in y\ CHURCH, 8ummit City. ^ rAMPDEl.L Si Co., Confederate G ulch. A M. C. MOORE. Blackfoot. I. Iff. BUCK, Boulder Valley. J. A. M agues, Reynold City, Elk Creek. a^ J. S. Williams. St. Louis, Mo. ^ . L. P, FlsllEK, San Francisco. Cal. nJ En. Piquette, of Virginia, is our authorized in \gent to receive subscribers and moneys. His receipt will be good. Cl LOCAL ITEMS, tc Called on cs. ^ Col. Neil ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 21 July 1866

13 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1866. Letter from Prickly Pear. Prickly Pear City, M. T., July 6th. Ed. P^8T. ^ Since iny last visit, this place seems to be on the gain. A num^ ber of families have taken up their resi^ dence here, which gives tho place more ^f a lively tone. By the Missouri river per steamer Goldfinch, arrived for this locality. Mrs. Frank Wells and daughter, lire. H. M. Hills and daughter, A. H. Moulton and family, and Dr. Harlon, and family. In witnessing the pleasure of the reunited families, we could but feel home-sick, as we thought of loved and loving ones at home, and could tcarce refrain from envying them their happiness. The Doctor was a visitor in this Ter^ ritory during the summer of 1864, and returned east, but, like many others, the mountains possessed such facinations that he returned, bringing with him his family. The Doctor is a skillful practi^ tioner and intends to follow his profes^ sion, we believe, in Helena. The two companies that have ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 21 July 1866

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1866. 7 Vetter fkoji bannack. Bannack, July 16th, 1866. T1 Kd. Post :^ Having recently made a the j tour through the valleya of Rattlesnake, are | Heaver Head and Stinking Water, I take Edffi pleasure in noticing the improvement* m*^ ;hat have been made and the prospect tne_ of the crops. coul. The Sturgis and Ryan wagon road is K? now completed, and there ia a good and gral safe bridge over the Beaver Head at the comi mouth of the canyon. This road is said theii to be thirty miles nearer from Salt Lake tne to Helena and the new mines, than the pul)j parsons road, and eventually must ac- whi^ commodate the principal part of tho of tl travel, and especially as it will be a ,;ood winter road. , Along the line of this road for many gold miles down the river, the ranchmen'g [ F cabins here and there dot the valley, mea and the green fields of wheat and other -tn}~ grains gladden the heart. Now, as there | proi are many emigrants coming into our tr*s ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 21 July 1866

8 ^ THE MONTANA POST, SATUEDAY, JULY 21, 1866. Beware '^ A French Biohop in a *er- in mon recently administered a philippic m^ to crinoline wearers : ^ Let women be- th^ ware,^ said he, ^ while putting on their it profuse and expensive attire, how nar- thi row are the gates of Paradise.^ of r ^ j pe The Best Way.^ Oftentimes a girl to says ^ no ^ to an offer, when it is as plain 8y, as^ the nose on her face that she means frs ^ yes.^ The best way to judge whether 0f she is in earnest or not, is to look straight no into her eyes and never mind her nose. m( The Fate ok a Foroer in High ^1 Life.^ Tho New York journals refer th without a word of comment to the fact q, that young Ketchuai is serving as l>ook- en keeper in the shoe-shop at Sing Sing, an and has won tho good will of all about w him. He breakfasts in his cell, but is ou allowed to eat dinner and supper in the work-room with the foreman and outside helpers, who bring their dinners with thorn, at which meals he has the bes...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 28 July 1866

....it- ^ .uiiiesiwiis^nariiiriira^iiaWmia? ^ . .v.-,*..-,: ....?f,,* .-*aajM^ .v - . jlLM?li^Hf1^^' ^^I a __THE MONTANA POST Newspaper, Devoted to the Mrneral, Agricultural and Commercial Interests of* Montana Territory. D. W VriI/IX)N Ac CO? \ S ~ ( rT?~ Publisher* and Proprietor*. $ MY COUNTRY, MAY SHE ALWAYS BE RIGHT; BUT, MY COUNTRY, RIGHT OR WRONG.^ : *Ao 1:E^MS: ^ ~-r ^^ ;rrr_' ^ . (S>*H ^ year, m advance. VOL. 2, NO. 41). VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1866. . WHOLE NoTToi. THE MONTANA POST. ( D. W. TIIiTON Sc CO, 1 I), wi Tilton. Bex. R. Dittes, J PUBLISHERS A PROPRIETORS. OjBtc ot the City Book Store, corner of Wallace and \ Jackson Streets, Virginia City. U Terms of Subscription : ; \ Onr copy, ^^ie year, $s 00 j ' do. ' ^ix months, ii 00 j do. three months, 3 50 ] Rates of Advertising: Business Curtis, 5 lines or less, 3 months., ft 6 00 j ^ do. do. do. ti months,.. 10 00 I . da da do. 1 year, 15 00 | ? One square, ten lines or less. 1 insertion. . . 4 00 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 28 July 1866

2 ' THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, ^U?A8_lJ?L THE MONTANA POST- ^ Saturday -July ^S. 1866. ! ,, HIMHAI, LANDS. We deem it a matter sufficiently inte- ? resting to> miners and to all others inte- \ rested in mineral lands, to invite their ( careful attention to a summary of the * remarks of Senator Stewart, of Nevada, r in debate in the United States Senate, j ^.n the 18th of June last, on the subject f of the ^ Bill to regulate the occupation 8 of Mineral Lands,^ reported by Senator j Conness, of California, from the Commit- t tee on Mines and Mining, as a substitute c {or the bill known as Sherman's bill. 8 The bill referred to, introduced by ( Senator Conness, as we understand, has T been passed, and we shall publish it ^ complete as soon as the mail brings us a ( correct copy, and call the attention of 1 our readers to the policy and provisions J of the act : j The substitute having been read, r Stewart, of Nevada, moved to add the j fallowing section, which was adopted : j ^^ Th...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 28 July 1866

_?THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1866. 3 Egyptian Hieroglyphics. IMPORTANT DISCOVERIES BY LEPSIUS. As The London Athenaeum publishes the jta? following extract from a letter written wav bv M. Lepsius. under date of 21st April, I as^n 1866 giving an account of the discover- ica he has recently made in Egypt : JJJJJ ^ On leaving Port Said one of the en- d gineers of the Isthmus told me that he had seen a short time before a Greek in- scription in San, which I very soon found |t ^ out. It was the corner only of an in- a mj scription, the body of which was still emi oorered with masses of old rubbish. A e part of this, as well as the rubbish, had 1 bv accident fallen down twelve or tour- ? e teen davs l>efore we arrived there, and dau{ had revealed the corner of the inscrip- mut{ tion. I employed some boys to clear the fadp rest of the stone from the rubbish which lgt . lay above, and had the good fortune to . y discover it to be a great bilingual inscrip j tion, in a perfect s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 28 July 1866

4 thi: Montana post, Saturday, July 2*. im;u. thi; Montana post.' Saturday -July 88, 1S60. U ^ | mi OUR AOENTS in the different towns and mining j CO oamps of the Territory aud elsowherf, will please i oil take notice that the terms of subscription Sir the j cfJ POST have been increased to $3.50 per quarter, I $5 for six months, and for one year. a ^ ^ m THE LEGISL ATUBE AND TAXES, m AGAIN. N Our neighbor's leader is unfortunate j er in its facts. He represents Detwiler, J ? Buck, ^ 'eurtright. Lawrence itnd Wor- T* den, as Republicans. However this may ^ be to-day ^ a matter with which we are s*' not acquainted ^ they were not so in the Bannack Legislature. Beaverhead was the only county in the Territory in which *u the Democrats were not overwhelmingly triumphant. This fact is too recent in *( the minds of the people, for any sharp ^? practice upon their gullabUity. The ( Democracy of Montana -4iave made all tho legislation of the Territory, and if they legislate more money into R...

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