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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 September 1866

THE MONTANA POST. _?J?_!8paper? Devoted to ? and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. D. W. TILTON ^ CO., ) ~ ' Publishers and 3?roprietors. \ ^MY COUNTRY, MAY SHE ALWAYS BE RIGHT; BUT, MY COUNTRY, RIGHT OR WRONG.^ \A TERMS: ~ ... ^ (gq a, year, in. advance. VOL. 3, NO. 5. VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1866. WHOLE NO. 109. THE MONTANA POST. I ^ B TJ. W. TILTON ^ COm Rtts D. W. Tiltox, Bex r. Dittes, PUBLISHERS A PROPRIETORS. flg-u* at the City Book Store, corner of Wallace and I \f Jackson Streets, Virginia City ifl ? j Gol^ Terms or Subscription : Jffi One ^-opy, one year ft side do. six months *^ JJ* do. three months, ^^^* j j~ . Rales of Advertising ; Business Cards, 5 lines or less, 3 months 8 fi 00 *}^- ^^- do- 6 months,.^. 10 00 BL d0- do^ do. 1 year 15 ^ _ ooe square, ten lines or less, 1 insertion' ^ ' 4 oo _ do. do. do. lm^)nth do. do. do. 2 do. . noo O do. do. do. 3 d0/ gg |j do. do. do, fi do sho, ^*^>^ do- do. l ynej. S on ram 1'wo squares, 1 i...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 September 1866

2 the Montana post, Saturday, September 22, is6^>. THE MONTANA POST. Saturday Sept. JiS, 1866. THE DELUSION OP ABOLITION. From the Old Guard, for May, 1866. A notion, or ^ idea,^ is set up that ne: groes should be white men, or beings like ourselves, and after thirty years of ^agita^ tion,^ a majority of the ^educated^ classes have gone to work to reduce it to practice. Of course the uneducated classes, or ^common^ people, could never get bewildered on such a subject. They saw the negro before them, with his black face, woolly hair, ebo shin, and could no more form a conception that he was a creatuTe like themselves than they could of crows being eagles, or grey hounds bull dogs, or shad salmon. All errors, delusions, and untruths of any kind, among an intelligent and self govering people, should be met by argu^ ment and reason ; but there are some things so impious, monstrous, anti-social and disgusting, that their teachers should either' be exterminated at once, or confined in ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 September 1866

?HEJWQNJ?NA POST, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1866. ^ - 3 KISCSLLANEOIJS ITEMS. V Thk London Daily Netes says : ^ A P*^^ terrible battle is raging at the^ present San moment in the east end of London. The neU dead number upwards of one thousand ?rc weekly.^ ^' hob Dexter made the fastest trotting time reSc ever make on the American turf, making foil, one mile in two minutes and eighteen ^^ seconds, beating Flora Temple's famous and Kalamazoo time by one and three-fourths pia^ seconds. fr0I A petrified tooth has been found at ?ve Okia, Mendocino county, California, six Q0U and a half inches in length, and three fs. * and a half in breadth, weighing three ?8 pounds and seven ounces. The enamel ?eo is quite perfect. twi Over two million letters came to the bus United States, and two million two hun- wb dred thousand newspapers from Great thii Britain in I860, and two million three wh hundred thousand letters and two mil- of lion three hundred thousand newspapers coc went hence to Great Bri...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 September 1866

4 _ THE MONTANA POST, SATURD A Y , S E P T E M B E R 22, 1866. THE MONTANA POST. $ Pi HENRY N. BLAKE, - - . Editor, in Saturday Sept. 23, 1866. h^ t3T Our Agent* in the different tomxs ni ^*nd mining camps of the Territory and \0 elsewhere, will please take notice that the, y, term* of subscription for the Post Iiave th been increased to $3.50 per quarter, $5.00 \g for six months, and $8.00 for one year. SHftWHHSHSKBHHH th SOLDI ICRS* POLITICAL COMVEN- ta TIONS. ar Having formed a humble part of the bt army ot the Potomac ^ in a period of gi more than tliree years' service, during ge which we participated in a score of en- ca ^ gagements with the armed enemies of our U] country, and received badges of honor re upon our persons which can never be ef- u^ faced, every movement made by old of comrades in arms, is scanned by us with 0f an earnest interest. Thoughts of fainil- - 1 liar scenes at once arise, and the memory b^ dwells upon the painful and weary in marches, the long hours of ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 September 1866

T HE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1866. | THE MONTANA POST. |^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ '^ ^ on v^ Saturday Sept. SS, 1H66. JjJ g ^ ant e OUR AGENTS. ^SB , ioten A. B. Hamilton, is our Agent at Port Benton. ;0b o Mr. A. J. Smith is our Agent at Bannack. J. M. Fi.sH. Sterling, Hot Spring District. j. Geo. 8. RAWLlXoa, Silver Creek. n A. ACKKBMaN. Montana City. mire J. M. Mll.LS, Silver Bow. T. D. STRAIT, Jefferaon City. JAMES STUART. Deer Lodge. \ WOUM * Co., Hell Gate. - ^ I (IilxaTBICK A Bryant Helena ix m johx Temple, Junotion City. ^ 0HA3. K. SMITH, Gallatin City. Max Wagskh, German Gulch. ti H. H. HATHAWAT, Highland District. Po8- j. W. White. Pine Grove District F. CHUBCH. Summit City. Tl OaHTMU ^t Co., Confederate Gulch. j durii M. C. MOORK. Blackfoot. I ditcl I.N. I.N. BUCK. Boulder Valley. ! Wat J. A. KaOHKB, Reynold City. Elk Creek. I aupp j. W. Magrukry. Rocker City. work J. S. Williams, St. Louis, Mo. grou L. P. Fisher, San Francisco. Cal. it is Jso. Tho UNLET, of Virginia, is ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 September 1866

'. - ... - ^ 1 , . ' _ _ i6_ THE MONTANA POST, SATURD AY , SEP T E MBER 22, 1866. MM ilvB FROH PIPESTONE. 1 Pipestone Park, Sept. 15th , 1866. ^ wr^ Editor Post.^ ^ ^Pipestone^ ^ whence u?a the name? Not one of the many questions got asked was satisfactorily answered. It I hei might be from a small bank of whitish *^' earth near the mouth of the canon *isj( through which the creek finds its way his into the Jefferson river valley, or it he might be from the circumstance of a tn^ prospector finding, in this locality, a piece DU. of clay, from which, in an hour of need, str he manufactured a pipe ; or it may have Um derived its name from any other cause. ru? rei At least, we could not learn, even from ajj( ^ ye oldest settler.^ the Ten miles from Pipestone bar, over a n^ natural mountain wagon road, such aa none but the pioneer and prospector ever me would attempt to take a vehicle over, ( ha brings us to Park City, another proof of i n8j the vanity of a mining population, who j jjr w...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 September 1866

?JJE?MONTA?gosT ,?8ATjJRDA Y , SEPTEMBER 22, 1866, ^ 7 iiftinn nf Pilots ...t- i I i 7 1 ' ^.- ^ ~ ^ ^ . THE 71 1 M A. BI Mi^ bAKAH E. CAKMICHAEU p-ine tb* Nation'^ wealth to the Nation's need I J* tne golden veins of the mountain bleed I Hid the paliW pulses of silver start From the sordid depths of the earth's black heart. There are burning rubies that gem the sod; There are trampled pearls where the battle trod ; There are brilliants throbbing with glorious life. Scattered like chaff on the field of strife; 53 tbe passive hand of the Nation sleeps OsM on tbe key of the treasure heaps ! Ana Columbia's need is in whispers told Where her rivers dash on a shore of gold ; Where her regal hill* in their prido look down On tho golden fringe of their mantle brown ; Where the sunbeams glitter on sand as bright, *nd the siid is spangled with silver light. is the warm, true life or the Nation's veins j?gj, thi^n the dust of the yellow plains, That ^^ aear the cry of the Treasury's need Wher...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 September 1866

8_ THE MONTANA POST? JA]rjJRDAY7~SEPTEMBER 22, 1866. COMMERCIAL. ^ ^x^:o:cw ^ VIRGINIA WHOLESALE MARKET. ? torreeted by J. S. Rockfellow, Mo. 5 Jackson St. f( Virginia Crrr, M. T., Sept. 2l^t. 1866. *. {Non-resident readers will please bear in mind . that onr quotations are based upon actual transac- . lions, and are gold prices for goods by the original . packages. The retail prices range about ten per . cent above quotations. T ? FLOU*. i Ht. Louis ^p sack *20 00^00 00 1 States '* 16 60300 00 | Salt Lake, Provo, 10 00*11 50 I Other brands, 9 50310 50 I BACON. I Prime New, Heavy Sides, *p 100 lbs 50o I Medium, do. do 45e I HAMS. j Prune canvassed *p ft 50'S/55^ v Country 55^ 60c j LARD. ^ Small cans t5c I Large 35c I CANDLES. 1 Work's Cincinnati D ft 45c 1 Other brands 40c 1 MAPLE 8UOAR, I ? ft 60c j SUGARS. 1 New Orleans *?* ft. 36o I Clarified do 36c I Powdered do '. 36c ^ Crushed do , 36c t A refined do 36c ( coffee. J Java f ft , none J Rio choice *p ft 45c J Ordinary do 43o J ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 September 1866

THE MONTANA POST. Newspaper, Devoted to the Mineral, AgricxTltiiral and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. _ . usn?rSLInd ?oprd?ors. \ 'MY COUNTRY, MAY SHE ALWAYS BE RIGHT ; BUT, MY COUNTRY, RIGHT OR WRONG.' L TERMS : Papuan*^ > fcj $e ^ year, in advance ypL. 3, NO. 6. VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1866. ~ WHOLE NO. HO. THE MONTANA POST^ g D. W. TIT-TOTS' ^ CO., ^^en boots i, w. Tilton, Be* R, Dittes, PUBLISHERS Sc. PROPRIETORS. Otce at ^** C8*J Bo^* Store, corner of Wallace and \f ' Jackson Screen, Virginia Citv. ^1 ~ Gold , , . , Wa^ Terms or Subscription : aoiici One copy, one year #8 00 ^'de do. ^ix month* 5 00 4o. 'bree months, 3 50 jf^ Rates of Advertising: Batiaeat Cards, 5 lines or less, 3 months.. $ ^ 00 do. do. do. 6 month*,.. 10 00 BL; do. do. do. 1 year 15 00 ng u toe square, ten lines or less, 1 insertion, .. 4 00 do. do. do. 2 do. .. ^ 00 do. do. do. l month, 10 00 do. do. do. 2 do 13 00 f?y do. do. do. 3 do 15 00 \f do. do. do. 6 do 25 00 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 September 1866

2 . THE MONTANA POST, SATURPA Y, SEPTEMB ER 29 , 1866. THE MONTANA POST. I H33NRY N. BLAKE, - - . Editor. b ' Saturday Sept. SO, 1866. mi t3T Our Agents in the different towns Sg itnd mining camps of the Territory and Fr elsewhere, will please take notice that Vie un term* of subscription for the Post liare rel been increased to $3.50 pefr quarter, $5.00 'for mat months, and $8.00 for one year. ' cei ^ ^ _ i ha EDITORIAL BREVITIES. be Old steamboat men say that the Mis- an sissippi river is gradually growing ^small wi by degrees and beautifully less.^ The pilots on the Missouri have made the th same observation regarding that stream. i The average of water during the past ten , years has steadily decreased, and the Western lakes and rivers have been ye affected considerably. The ^June rise ^ th of the Mississippi is now a fact of history na and the heaviest rains, which, in other Fr days, swelled it several feet, are absopbed bi: by the earth. Mathematicians can easily dr predict th...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 September 1866

TJ 1 E M O N T A N A PC) 8 T , S A T IT R D A Y , SEPTEMBER 29, 1866. ^ ~ 3 moll*- ... , ,,..1 . ? ,1, . , i : r ^ ^ 1 ???KLLANEOITS ITB5IS. j annua The longest railroad in the world is of Ce^ Illinois Central ^ seven hundred and | don. 1 1 >ty aiiles long, ami which cost fifteen ! not fir illion dollars. The Massachusetts I sor, fit ?Jabtttay fnrc^j destroyed three thou- j breadl ^''nd dollars worth of gambling imple- 1 deer, 1 Silents aed sit thousand obscene prints j royal m Rost^n, last month. Pintajir, a Rev. I SiiaeM Mandarin, sent out by his gov- Missk Ernment to study the industrial resources the I of ^ ihif ^-ountry, is daily expected in New weak( yoPk.. fieorge Francis Train hasehal- absuri ionV-d the Massachusetts Congressional Ilindc DeuWation to discuss the issues of the anom: -uy before the people. Twenty thou- ican I gaad persons. the Missouri Democrat own 1 ?tiinates, have left St. Louis since the blacki outbreak of the cholera in that city. A lieve. perfect panic...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 September 1866

4 / l?__?MT??ZQj?J_l??RpAY? SEPTEMBER 29, 1866. THE MONTANA POST. ^ -^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ - , ^ - ^ ^ ^ ?OI HENRY N. BLAKE, - - . Editor L . 1 ' am Saturday Sept. 39? 1866. die / We commence the publication of a1 ma . . , . .... , , r_ ore tri-weekly edition of the Post this morn- gtr ing, with the utmost confidence that its . VIC appearance will be welcomed by those . . ii . . . , hal who have patronized its pioneer, the Montana Post. This measure has been contemplated for a long time, but cir^ cumstances have hitherto caused the . delay. The construction of the tele- . Sl V graph between this city and Great Salt Pr Lake, a line which will probably be in ? running order within six weeks, will b. afford us those facilities frr furnishing rT ^ ac news which are enjoyed by the press oi ? the civilized world. We have been de- . pendent upon the Utah newspapers for ?c the telegrams, which were transmitted ? from the eastern portion of the country, and the enterprise \\ Inch unites Montana , and ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 September 1866

THE MONTANA PO ST, SATDRDA Y , SEP TEM BER 2 9, 18 66. 5 THE MONTANA POST; 1 I A *-* was a I : town. rST Our A ^//.'^^ in the different tmms ,i,,,e! ^ n, , g^>'d ^ I and uiiniiKj camp* ^>J the lerntory and day ft I Mseiehere, will please take notice that the Jjjj /, .-;/^* ^>/ subscription for tfie Post /^/irt s?at fcin increased to ^?).50 j?r quarter, $5.00 zenst /;^^ ^x months, and $8.00 /or o^^ f/^ar. oi:^ agents. ' : \. i;. !I amh/I'-N. our A ^rent at Fort Benton. throw Mb. A. J. Smith is our Agent at Bannack. respo .1. M. V\>\\. Sterling. Hot .Spring District. ?'uw OEo. S. Rawuhgb, Slhrer Creek, 'lie 1 V. AfKERJtAJt, Montana City. rendc .). M. MILLS, Silver Bow. from T. 1). STBATT, Jefferson City. could James Stuart, Deer Lodge. toim WORUENACo., Hell Gate. monl GILPATRICK A' BUY ANT, Helomt. win t .i ^ 1 1 1 N TKM1M.K, Junction City. spect , HAS. B. Smith, Gallatin City. Ot-ca Max Wagner, German Gulch. diie- H. il. Hathaway, Highland District. way J. \V. WHITE, Pine...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 September 1866

6 THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 9,1 86 6 . Will Qaartz Mines Pay ? We have always held that properly cj managed legitimate mining in this coun- 1 try, is quite as safe as any other business I 81 and more remunerative. Now there are j ^f far richer mines in the United States j ai than EnglantLever could boast of. How j _ is it then that in taking the average of our mining share-list', the percentage ^ pi computed must be that of loss instead of jrain, while in England it is a percentage ' ci of gain, three times as large as that of i any other thriving business I The dif- { le ference between the prices of labor and iD materials, although a large item, has fr comparatively little to do with so great a _ discrepancy. The secret probably lies in t. the speculative character of American j tj investments in mines. In England peo- j i'le buy to hold ; in this country people j se buy to sell at an advance. In the for- 1 ^. mer case purchasers are willing to bide j tj their time f...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 September 1866

1*HE MONTANA POST. 8 AT U ED A Y ,^ 8 E PT ^ M BE R29, 186 6 . ^ 7 ICH A BOD. w| HY JOHN G. WHIITIEK. hof^ll*n! so lost! the light withdraw;) Which once he wore ! The gli>^v froul nis 'f'?y 1,airB (?oa^' Kor evermore! [?jvile him not ^ the Tempter hatn A snare fur all ! And pitying tears, not suorn and wiath. Bent his tall ! O ] dumb be passion's stormy r^\ge, When he who might Have lighted up and led his ago /, Kal!^ back in night. vl goorn ! Would the angels laugh, to mark ^ A bright soul driven, Fiend -goaded, down tho endless dark. From hop* and Heaven? I?t not the iand, once proud of him. Insult him now : Nor brand with deeper shamo his dim. Oishoncred brow. 1 Bnt let its humbled sons, instead. From sea to lake, \ long lament, as for the dead. In safbsesa make. Of a!! we loved and honored, nought Save power remains ^ | f^J >^ angel's pride of thought, _ gtill strong in chains. J All else is gone ; from those great, eye. The soul has fled ; \\ hen faith is lost, when honor...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 September 1866

8 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1866. NEWS ITEBIS. it OJenkkal Sherman and his brother, ^ the Hon. John Sherman, Senator from ^ Ohio, were received and entertained by D, the citizens of Denver on the 11th inst. The News gives a glowing account of the p supper and ball, and says Lieut. Gen. Sherman has gone to Fort Garland. Sen- 81 ator Sherman left for the East on the i; 12th. j Colonel Charles Fitz Simmons, for- ci merly of the 21st New York Cavalry, is E about to establish a glass manufactory a in Colorado Territory. v All the flour mills in Colorado are f^ now running night and day on the new n crop of wheat, and are making an excel- f lent quality of flour. There is very little 11 States flour in the market. v Hail and rain are very constant vis- ? itors at Meadow Lake and all along tbe Sierras. The editor of the Sun says : ^ We have resided on this coast for sev- v enteen years, having lived in California, c Oregon and Nevada, but during all the h summers we have sp...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 6 October 1866

THE MONTANA POST. A Newspaper, Devoted to the Mineral, A-grricixltixi-al and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. ifw. TILTON ^c CO., P^ ~~ 7 ~ * 1 m^?,ra Publishers and Froprietora. $ ^ ^MY COUNTRY, MAY SHE ALWAYS BE RIGHT ; BUT, MY COUNTRY, RIGHT OR WRONG.^ \*^ a. y?r?in advance VOL. 3, NO. 6. VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1866. ??HIOI? THE MONTANA POST. w ~T5Tw. tilton ^ co., SJJj ir \\ . tilton, Bex r. Dotes, solicit PUBLISHERS ^ PROPRIETORS. side ^ a' citV B^ok Store, corner of Wallace and ~ Jackson Streets, Virginia City. Cl Terms of Subscription : One copy. ^>ne year, .88 00 BL4 do. six months, 5 00 96-10) do. three months, 3 50 Rates of Advertising: ;5..>:B...* Cards, 5 lines or less, 3 months.. $ 6 00 /^?Ol do. do. do. 6 months, . . 10 00 V 1 do. do. do. 1 year 15 00 8noP- , )ne square, ten lines or less, 1 insertion, . . 4 00 rand do. do. do. 2 do. .. f. 00 maPs do. do. do. I month, 10 00 tne f do. do. do. 2 do 13 00 tricta do. do. do. 3 do. .......

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 6 October 1866

2 ~~~ ^ THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1866. THE MONTANA POST. HENRY N. BLAKE, - - - Editor. Saturday, - - - October 6, 1866. hi ' ROCKY MOUNTAIN GAa5ETTE~ V A majority of the people of tlie*Ter- ^ ritory will be surprised to learn that a ? iournal, bearing the foregoing sonorous A title is published at Helena. Its pros- rt pectus represented that personalities would be avoided, and we expected that its columns would be conducted with 0 editorial courtesy. In tlie last number sl of that newspaper the Post and Reptjb- v lican furnish the object of attack for thir- n teen articles. From the proprietors Cj down to the type and printing materials, they find nothing to praise but every^ thing to condemn. In one article, it as- e serts that the Post, ^ politically speak- e ing, carries water on both shoulders ;^ -u in the next, it declares that it ^ is rich p in Radical lore.^ How any person can g support two parties and be a Republi- p can is a problem which we cannot solve, The ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 6 October 1866

JgE?MQN TAN A P O S T , SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1866. ' 3 1BISCEE.I.ANEOIJS ITEMS. gra, The Greek census of 1864 has just erh been published. The total population in pen that year was 1,400,000. There were ing 8 500 marriages, 38,500 births, and 28,000 tele deaths. A live turtle was received by nev mail at Rochester a few days ago. The siai stamps and address were pasted on his ext g|iell . By a curious mistake at Wash- nan ino-ton several thousands of Judge Kelly's Mr. address on suffrage were sent from the icai office of the Public Printer, instead of a it, 1 batch of Doolittle's and were sent out to woi the copperheads of Pennsylvania, under tha the frank of Senator Cowan. Some of tor Shakspeare's plays have recently been he translated into Hindostanee, and pub- con lished at Bombay. Col. Seville, late wh of the rebel army, has been gazetted a gar captain in the regular United States ar- ^ my. Gen. Rosecranshas been appont- Jer ed, to the charge (with a substantial in- wal terest) o...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 6 October 1866

_____ _THE__MO^NTANA PQST?SATU?DAY, OCTOBER 6, 18 66? THE loNTANA POST. I' HENBY N. BLAKE, - - - Editor, j Saturday, - - - October 6, 1866. ^ TO ADVERTISERS. The Moutana Pos Thas a larger circulation thau all the papers in (Ue Territory combined, ] ^ ^ ^ ] ECONOMY A NATIONAL DUTY. ^ We have observed that a desire to ( carry private extravagance into the ad- ? ministration of public affairs prevails in j many places, and is indicated in a thou- j sand different ways. The action of the ( members of Congress in increasing their j pay, the giving of a dinner in New York j city in honor of President Johnson at an ^ expense of one hundred dollars per plate, t the bestowal of large fortunes upon lead- j in*^ generals by individuals, and many ( other instances will readily suggest them- t selves to the reader. There is also a gen- g eral complaint made by officeholders that l the salaries which they receive are too f small, and make it impossible for them t to live upon the necessaries of l...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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