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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 18 August 1866

?^^^^^SI^*^,',,,,,^'^I,',I,,^ THE MONTANA- POST. A Newspaper, T>^??ted tp ? *\r ^ p? and Propri? i:?? my cquntry riqht qr YvHQNQ.^ !...5 ??7= T O ^Wl * O ~ j #Q a year, in advance. VOL. 2. NO. o2. VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA. SATURDAY. AUGUST 18, 1866. ^ WHOLE NO*104, mUT? Iff A\TT A ^ A PACT I ' THE MONTANA POST. ' T3. W. TILTON ^ CO., ai D. W. Tiltos, Be* r- Dittes, _ PUBLISHERS A PROPRIETORS. Gfrc at the City Book Store, corner of Wallace and 1 Jackton Streets, Virginia City. 1 G Terms of Subscription ; g{ On* copy one year . 00 si (in. fix months o uu ^ do, three months, 3 50 Rates of Advertising : Bosii.?^ Caids, 5 lines or less, 3 months.. $ fi 00 ,!o. do. do. 6 months, . . 10 00 B do. do. do. 1 year 15 00 ? One square, ten lines or less, 1 insertion, .. 4 00 do. do. ^lc. 2 do. . . fi 00 do. ^io. do. 1 month, 10 00 d.. do. dr.. 2 do 13 00 T do do. do. J do 15 00 X ^ do. do. C do. 0 00 Ci ! do. ^ He*^ ^% ^ Tw> squares. 1 insertion ^ ^^ at j^ i do e uu _ do 1 month 12 00 2 do 1...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 18 August 1866

2 - - THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAJt?U?UST l^. '^^^^ THE BOGUS TREATY. The following article, which we find j ~ in the Chicago Republican of July 11th, j will only go to prove the stupidity of 1 Mr. Taylor, the gentleman in whom the 1 ' Government reposed confidence to treat fan peace with the Sioux and Cheyenne ^ Indians :fj I** ^Superintendent Taylor, of Indian j Affairs. and President of the recent Peace j _ Commission that formed treaties with j the Sioux and Cheyennes at Fort Iiara- j inie, is at present in the city, en routeior > fi Washington. He represents that the j statements of an impending Indian war j are entirely unfounded ; that the treaties i s were signed in good faith by the Indians C without reservation or conditions, and 1 1 that no depredations of any sort have i occurred or are likely to occur. As an | evidence of the determination of the i n Sioux to keep their treaty unbroken, an - official dispatch was received on the day . of his departure from Omaha, which...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 18 August 1866

? -V ' . _ JSL12^l^^AP0STrSATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1866. Q trful Balloon Vav.^r. P77 ' r^ = ^ PUISCELLANEOUS. j ~ aTvoung girl is * rod tho eyes j T J ^r, ^ hook, the imlto the bal , tho for- , ^ .r the gudgeon. and marriage the butter i Prf .^ whirl. In- is Mod : the LAMAJtTOnt has declined a pearionl?T* ^ im France ^^f fonv thousand i'mhea for ! ^01 jj aad l>a^ deckled to settle pvrma- j aently |n Sicily. j au ^ PirtbADBWai \ I 'oN'VKNTIon. ^ The i ^80 i hiraffo RepnUir-iv suggests that it j wai Lwold rive ^*^ to tho Philadelphia ! ant ilonveation if prisoner Davis should be j '^a pleased iu time to preside over itsdenb- 1 ton .ratiosB. j JJJ N' i \^. vj: v Falls. ^ lt is reported thai ^ \)T\, L marked change in the Horseshoe Falls thr at Niagara haa occurred within a few ^p ' , yt Large portions of rock have given j OV^ ^^vav in the center of the shoe, giving ^ho full now more of a tri angular appear- th* Ince which is said to add to its beauty. ,.rt . ; ;i, ^^ demonstrated that t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 18 August 1866

a : THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1866. THE MONTANA POST. ^ Saturday ~.A.u^iist 18. 1866. ^P ^ . m Our Agents in the different towns w and mining camps of the Territory and re elsewhere, will please take notice tliat the it terms of subscription for the Post have m been increased to $8.50 per quarter, $5.00 01 for six months, and $8.00 for o,r year. ^ ^mwmmwm mm mpjbh mmm mum mm ig| tc THE MONTANA POST. a: The present number ia the las; of the 0 second volume of the Post, which, on ig our noxt issue will enter on its third year n of existence. If in anything this jour- 1 nal has come short of the expectations E of onr patrons, it has been through lack ^ of ability, and not through any want of fc exertion or desire on our part to pre- e sent a reliable and interesting newspaper ^ to the public. The increased wants of 8 Territory we have attempted to ^ meet by lncreasi..- . , c a Jr* , . ^ ? ^nH scone of d tha Post, so that its columns shoum contain a good selection of all th...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 18 August 1866

^? -5?5 Overland Mail and Expre* riujT~~? ^ - 0 ^ Plyinsr between thi. ^i , I *LDER ^L'LCH AJtD SUMMIT District -A, I , f~ = ^ ?tay .?aa?t? 1866. ^ OCR AGENTS. % ^ u?jiilTOX, U our Agent at Port Benton. *? . j ITH is ^^lr Agent at Bannack. Turm, Sterling, Hot Spring District. STs BAWUsfJR Silver Creek. 5 [ ACKEBMA.Y Montana City. . O a DOEvrrx, Silver Bow T D.STIurr, Jefferson C.tJ - riits Sir art, Deer Lodge. r W^v*C0.,HellOate r iuFATft!CK Sc BRYANT, Helena. foHN TK* l*LE, J unction City. SS L. SMITH. Galla m City. 1 j VIPOND, German Gulch. t H H HATHAWAT. Highland District. j W. WHITE. Pi^e Grove District. p. CHURCH. Summit City. CAMPBELL ^ CO.. Confederate Gulch. VI C. MOORE. Blackfoot I M BUCK, Boulder V alley. .1 J A MAGHER. Reynold City, Elk Creek. J S WILLUMS, St. Louis, Mo. L P FISHER, San Francisco. Cal. J ED PlQl'ETTE, of Virginia, is our authorized t Agent to receive subscribers and moneys. His t -?ceipt will be good. j Local Items. THANKS to Stratman ^ Co., news dealers...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 18 August 1866

fj _ THE MONTANA POST, SATl'R DA V, AUGUST 18. I860. LETTER l-HOTI THKPASVV HAKI | B VALLEV. j b Passamari Valley, July 14, I860. Ed. Post : We have been looking at i 81 the crops along the Passamari valley, and find by personal observation and j ti inquiry among the fanners, that thev j w are not as badly damaged by the grass- i ^ hoppers as was at first supposed. There j are but few, ii* any, farmers tha: have li lost theiir entire tro*. Tbjsloaer part n of the valley, where the river joins the ? ii Beaverhead, is damaged the wor n . The ? crops in the Jefferson. Bighole Btt'd Bea- fl verhead valleys arc also badly damaged ; ^ still, the destruction has not been gen- * n eral, as was at one time feared. The p crojw on Wisconsin, Indian and Mill b creeks were scarcely touched ; nor the ; 7 crops in the upper part of the Pas>;miari valley, (train and root crops that were . sown early were too far advanced to be much damaged, while crops that were , sown late were, in most cases, ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 18 August 1866

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 18,1866. ^ . . ^ 7 SI7NSET THOUGHTS. , .,-hed tbe summer night come down. 1 VSs*S^ Mep o'er hill and lea | * ?f et clo^^ were all aflame. ^f Jd?adama the My Ml! . * j tosimply live seem? 99, 1 t. bresthe this balmy air seems bliss, , ,h would that when I come to die. ''nCrht be -mcl, a night as this. With beaven seemingly so near. gTSS witb golden, glowing light. tZ .sir above so fresh and clear, WpS with county rose-bnght. Motbraks that I could yield my breath Without a tear without a ugh. ,-ould the last scene mine eyes beheld, lie such a world ano such a sky. md even as 1 spoke, the sun Hsd called his fleeting glory in ; I .alien storm with angry brow, ( Sine up where all the light had been ; I moaning wind came off the ^*^. Would fill a sinking neart with dread . ' he night was dark with coming rain ' l he sea-bird flapped his wings o erhead. \hine. 1 sigh'd, lis ever thus i he nigh'.: will still obscure the day : The fairest things the earth c...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 18 August 1866

a tttt? \f ANT ANA POST, SATURDAY, AUGU 81?866? ^ COMMEK.CI__J_. Bi VIRGINIA WHOLESALE MARKET, g Ci Corrected by J. S. Rockfellow, No. 5 Jackson St. Cr Ca Ci VlUCDUA CITY, M. T., August 17th, :866. (j, Cl (Non-resident readers Trill please bear in mind p. that our quotations are based upon actual transac- , ,, tions, and are irold prices for goods by the original ^ packages. The retail prices range about ten per ? cent, above quotations.] qj flour. C^ St Louis V sack ^20 00O00 00 ci States ^ 16 00 ^00 00 c^ Salt Lake, Provo, 12 00^ 13 00 rj^ Other brands, 13 00@12 00 c^ BACON. Cl Prime New, Heavy Sides, \> 100 lbs 52c Medium, do. do 50c C^ C^ HAMS. C] Prime canvassed ? lb 55c Country 55c _ 00 D) LARD. Di Small cans 50c T> Large 40c I> CANDLES* _P Weik's Cincinnati V lb '. 45c ^^ Other brands 40c SUGARS. jj New Orleans ? 16 40c W Clarified do 40c DJ Powdered do 40c jj: Crushed do , 40c D A refined do 40c D COFFEE. Ii Java ^p^ 16 none. Ei Rio choice f 16 50c E^ Ordinary do 45...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 25 August 1866

. T1IK MONT. i NA POST: A New?pe? Pevoted to the Mineral, A?icixll iir-al u a ^ \>mm^ roi?l Interest^ or Montana Terntory. D.W.TILTON^CO, , ^ f^ - : J : ' ^ - r* ^ ' ~- ^^?rr~ ---^TJ.^ ~ Publisher* and r-roprietor*. ^!stnrirnr?onif.Vl.' V m' ^ V ' ^ *IY COUNTRY, MAY SHE ALWAYS BE RIGHT ; BrT, MY COUNTRY. RIGHT OR WRONG.^ 5 TERMS : ^ :=z?rjgj^*g? ^ c , l^8>year. in advan,o VOL. | NO. 1. Wmi VIRGINIA CITY? MONTANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1866. ~ WHOLE NO. V THE MONTANA POST. 13. W. TILTON ^ CO., attem w. Tilton, be* r. Dittos, i - PUBLISHERS A PROPRIETORS. at the Cit'j Book Store, corner of Wallace and' Jackson Streets, Virginia City. 1Y1 ~?wv~~ ^ Gold . t. Watt: Terms of Subscription : soijci J nopy one year, 58 0^J ^ si^*e L do. six months 5 OQi | do. three months, .^! M ?. Rates of Advertising : siness Cards, 5 lines or less, 3 months.. $ 6 00' do. do. do. 6 months... lOOOjBLj* do. do. do. 1 year, 15 00 ' Qfi n n One square, ten lines or less, 1 insertion, . . 4 00 I ' do. do. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 25 August 1866

2 . THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, EDITORIAL BREVITIES. Our dispatches, this week, from Lon^ don, bear the same date as those received * from the Eastern States. It is announced that the various trade societies throughout the United States are to hold a National Congress, on the h 20th of this month, in Baltimore. The foundation for the Carson City Mint is being laid, and it is intended that J the work shall go steadily on until the Q building is completed. It is rumored that General Canby is ^ to be Secretary of War and Mr. Revardy d Johnson Secretary of State, when Messrs.- Seward and Stanton retire. The New Mexico Press says that a n colony is being formed in St. Louis, I intending to emigrate to, and settle the ^ country on the head waters of the (iila v river, in the Territory of Arizona. J Silk. Culture.^ Calaveras county, c California, is said by those who have had 1 many years experience in the silk busi- ^ ' ness, aud the feeding of worms in differ- ! ent countries,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 25 August 1866

THE MONTANA POST, S ATIRD'AY, AUGUST 25, 1866. ^ 3 *? v,.,,,ll,..^ .... I rvl -mm i I ^ ~- ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^^^^^ MISCELLANEOUS. ) Some paper having made the state- wa ment that butter should not be kept in wa a room with kerosene oil, as the kero- to none would spoil the butter, giving it a lie' peculiar flavor, the Elmira Advertiser eio remarks that sonic of the butter now-a- P01 days is enough To spoil kerosene. ^m he] Tn rnrtAKs [SBoaaa congress.^- to At a roMirjg meeting of the friends of Be ^Ireland, held in Milwaukee, June 13th, foi resolutions wore unanimously adopted ev^ indorsing Congress, denouncing the rio President and guaranteeing to stand by sm the Republican Congress for the future. ' ' ^ ed 1 UK wife of J no. Michaels, of Bethany, pr^ New York, finished lioeing potatoes on a fir Friday, and on the the following Mon- be day gave birth to three daughters^ one of weighing eleven and a half pounds, an- j re* oilier eleven and one fourth, and the | im third ten and three fourth ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 25 August 1866

4 - THE MONTANA POStV SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1866. THE MONTANA POST. Saturday August 25, 1866. tW Our Agents in the different tovms and mining camps of the Territory and elsewhere, will please take notice that the terms of subscription for the Post hate been increased to $3.50 per quarter, $5.00 for six months, and $8.00 for one year. the PHiiiADKi?iriiX co? Men^ tion. The Philadelphia Convention has met and the whole nation is astir with a fe^ verish impatience to read the smallest item that relates to its organization and proceedings. We stand, at this moment, in a most perilous position. The na^ tional life is in more danger to-day, than when the embattled hosts of the North and the South bathed in blood many a fatal field ; for, to-day it is a war of sen^ timent that has survived the bloodv shock of a desperate strife, and it has been shown conclusively that the myriad corpses offered on the altar of sacrifice have not yet brought peace and union to the land. The President, who is...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 25 August 1866

THE MONTANA?POST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1866? 5 ^THE MONTANA POST. ^^ Hcatiirday August ^J5, 1866. d^ m m OUR AGENTS. W 1 A. B. HAMILTON, is our Agent at Port Benton. I Mr. A. J. Smith is our Agent at Bannack. Cl I J. M. Fish, Sterling, Hot Spring District. w I Geo. S. RaWI.lnt.s, Silver Creek. | A. Ackekma.n, Montana City. I O. G. DOKWix, Silver Bow. A. ^ T. D. Strait, Jefferson City. | James Stuart, Deer Lodge. 9 I Worukn* Co., Hell Gate. ri I Gilpatrick Sc Bryant, Helena. I John Temple. Junction City. I Chas. E. Smith, Gallatin City. ^ IS J. VIPONI), German Gulch. al B .IL H. Hathaway, Highland District. ,. E t. W. White. Pine Grove District. ^ F. Church, Summit City. g C ampbell ^ Co., Confederate Gulch. I M. C. MOORE, Blackfoot ^ L N. Buck. Boulder Valley. oi ^ J. A. Magher. Reynold City, Elk Creek. - I J. S. Williams. St. Louis. Mo. ^ L.. P. Fisher, San Francisco. Cal. cl I ED. PiQUETTE, of Virginia, is our authorized j Ha gent to receive subscribers and moneys. His I n; ?Mecei...

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. — 25 August 1866

I THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 186(5. t T7 ' : : ^ .. ' ^ -- > ^ . ^ fA' RETROSPECTIVE VIEW OF MONTANA. F Montana, three short years ago, com- n prised a very insignificant corner of what 2 was, at that time, known as the mining aj region of Idalio. Bannack City was called East Bannack, from the fact that ts there were two towns of that name in 01 Idaho Territory. The placer mines on e] Grasshopper creek afforded the only min- e: eral resources of the vast body of country ir lying eastward of what is known as the ? Salmon River and Boise mines^ which oi are located in the spurs of the Blue il Mountain range. Since that time, how^ ever, the rich placers of Alder have been ? discovered, and it has been ascertained th as the necessities of the case demanded, tl that the waters of the Missouri were e? navigable for all practicable purposes of U transportation. In a short time after the discovery of the rich mines on Alder A gulch, Last Chance, followed by numer- *c ous othe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 25 August 1866

T H E J10.?' T A XA P 0 ?.T\ SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1866. 7 OLD ircusic. I bv Back from the misty realms of time. I fw Back from the years agone, 1 in Faintly we catch the ringing rhyme, j jj \n^l hear the melody and chime ; ? Of olden songs and strains sublime, I, ike carrol at birds at dawn. ; I* i ar Vod ever we hear them, soft and low, j ab IlarpmST their music sweet, g ,n!;s that we loved in the long ago, ' , Kippling their liquid ebb and flow, Printing their cadences to and fro, d ^ Like the fall of fain- feet. jm Ci gome faces our hearts will ever hold, ur gone smiU's we remember yet. There were flowing locks like the sunset's gold, p^ There were parted lips of Cupid's mould, is, And the songs they sang can ne'er grow old pj] Kur our hearts can ne'er forget. . T*e tanes that the voice of girlhood sung. ^n The chords that we loved full well. an When hopes were buoyaut, hearts were young, va When fairy bells in the flower-cups rung, fa Vmi ever fell from a maiden's tongue Tlie wo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 25 August 1866

8 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1866. COMMERCIAL. ^ ^xT>:o;e^^^ T VIRGINIA WHOLESALE MARKET. VirJ T Corrected by J. S. Rockfellow, No. 5 Jackson St. fur i and ViBQDTU CITY, M. T^ August 24th 1866. -fV Ada | Non-resident readers will please bear in mind Ada that our quotations are based upon actual transac- Act tions, and are gold prices for goods by the original Am packages. The retail prices range about tea- per Alii cent, above quotations.] Aik FLOUR. *33.t SL Louis ,* sack t20 00^ 00 00 ^al States ^ 16 00^00 0C Ba> Salt Lake, Provo, 13 00^ 13 25 Bal Other brands, 12 00^ 12 75 Bal BACON. 3a, Prime New, Heavy Sides, 100 16^ 52c Bal Medium, do. do 50c jjar HAMS. Bai Prime canvassed V to 55e Bai Country 55c^ 00 Bat LARD. ^ Small cans 50c gj CANDLES. Ba^ Werk's Cincinnati 4f lt> , 45e jja Other brands 40c jjai SUGARS. Ba; New Orleans 4? ft 38c Bis Clarified do 40c Bei Powdered do r 42c Bei Crashed do ,.. 42c Bn A refined do 40c Bn COFFEE. ffj Java V ^ none- T^r, Rio ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 1 September 1866

4 \ j , f.. ___J?iE MONTANA POST. ^ ^ ^ ~ : A . ?_?*eWHpaj*ei*g T>eVOte(1 ??tile Mineral, Agpricnltnral and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. r>. w. TTxvroiNr sc co.~ ) *~ -- Publishers and IProprietors. \ I^ ^ MY COUNTRY, MAY SHE ALWAYS BE RIGHT ; BUT, MY COUNTRY, RIGHT OR WRONG.^ \ TERMS : , , l . \ SQ a year, in. advance. yOL. 3, NO. 2. ; VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1866. WHOqTnq. 106. THE MONTANA POST/ D. W. TILTON ^ CO., D, w. Tiltos, Bex R. Dittes, PUBLISHERS ^ PROPRIETORS. , Mtn at the City Book Store, corner of Wallace and \ Jackson Street*, Virginia City. Terms of Subscription : 0? ropy ^ne year, $s 00 j do. *'X months, 5 , do. three mouths, % 3 50 i Rates of Advertising : Bn > a^h ^ Iin ^ or less, 3 mouths . f I 00 (in. do. do. 6 months, . . 10 00 do do. do. 1 year, 15 00 One jnuare. ten lines or less, 1 insertion. . . 4 00 da ^^^^ do. 2 do. .. 6 00 ^!o. do. do. 1 month 10 00 do. do. do. 2 do 13 00 do. da do. :i do J5 00 do. do. do. f, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 1 September 1866

2 THE MONTANA POST, SAT UK DAY, SEP T E M \M% 1, 1866. THE MONTANA POST. ^ Saturday Sept. 1, 1866. . The President by one of his Friends. ] ^Mark,^ the Washington correspon- j dent of the Cincinnati Commercial, who , is reputed to be a friend of the President ' and has the run of the Executive Man^ sion, thus writes of Johnson's present position: 1 ^ What many predicted and some i \ feared, in regard to the President and ' the constitutional amendment, turns out i to be altogether too true for the reputa- , tion of the President and the good of the country. There is evidence which cannot be disputed that Johnson has committed himself to the work of pre- i venting the ratification of the proposed ^ amendment in his own State. There is also, however, very satisfactory evidence that he will not succeed, but that Ten- ; nessee will ratify that wise, just and necessary measure, and that, too, per^ haps, before this letter sees the light of 1 print. Johnson seems to have a pen^ chant for ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 1 September 1866

JTIlj?QNTANA POST, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1866. ^^' 3 ; j PlT( joiN Stcart Mill told his opponents I ~. ^a fir House of Commons that ^ the con- j ?^ ?rVttive party is, by the law of its con- ! ov.er ^j uton, necessarily the stupidest party, sPir^ tfhici insures its being always an ex- verJ JJpy y?trethi party.^ ^P?1 jjoj. A. S. Mercer, of Oregon, was gra\ 4rrf;d in July to Mim Annie Stevens, I and ?,eo the ^ Mercer girls.^ The Tribune ^Ta ' preses the fear that ^ this last act of ?^ w 2 ^11 have a tendency to cool his ardor j JJJ ?A emigration business.^ ,. >liitY, ii brilliant French poet, is dead. w*r agjudwonderful power of improvisation. ^*| fWsjpbfle Uautier, in a most touching fl!;e1 .ribu'' to llis nit*^101*}', published in the Ijlt!a v(oni eur. says : ^He walked through life lna^ with pearls loosely attached to his boots, ~^ tlie Hungarian nobles at their balls, *~^ ?nd vhen they fell upon the floor, he let nv MM who wished pick them up.^ tne It is feared that the emigran...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 1 September 1866

4 T HE M ONT ANA POST, _S ATU RDAV. S E PT E M BE R 1, I8(i 6 . THE MONT ANA POST. ^' t _ mt Saturday Sept. 1, 1B66. . vit tW Our Agents in the different towns un and mining camps of the Territory and 8P^ elseioJiere, will pleme, take notice that the terms of subscription for the Post have cai been increased to $3.50 per quarter, $5.00 to for six months, and $8.00 for one year. dei ^^^ i .....hhimi ,1 M,^, ^^ ^ |, ^^ , , arc THE PRESIDENT'S SPEECH. mC Our readers will find in another col^ umn the remarks which President John- ? son delivered when he received the del- j| S egation that had been duly commis- . sioned by the Philadelphia Convention to present him with the resolutions which had been adopted. They will be ^ perused with a deep interest by evory A_ citizen who loves the institutions of our ... tio country, and form a prominent subject for political discussion throughout the land. It is one of the most cherished principles of the Constitution that this is a government ^ of...

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