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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 6 October 1866

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY. OCTOBER ^\ 1866. 5 boots. '' at (liimov A- rv ! ~ z ^ : > ^ i ^ '^. 1 . ^ ^ ?Montana post. j z ^y Ovr Agents in the different towns Bu and mining camps of the Territory and Mil tfctfhere, trill please take notice that the terms of subscription for the Post have ten increased to f3.50 per quarter, $5.00 ^ far six months, and $8.00 for one yenr. J --- Stj OUR AGENTS, Aj* \ B. Hamilton*, hi our Agent at Fort Benton. mV A. J. Smith is our Agent at Baunack. ft 3 M. FISH, Sterling, Hot Spring District. f^um GE^. ^ KAWUSOS, Silver Creek. just r A. ACKERMAN. Montaua City. (jity. J M. Mills, Silver Bow. T V STRAIT, Jefferson City. j0 JAMES STUAUT. Deer ' Lodge. Helei WORI>en* CO., Hell Gate. to be (ilLl'ATUICK Si BRYANT, Helena. tasks JOHN TEMPLE, Junction City. Cha's. e. Smith, Gallatin City. ^Ji; Max Wagner, German Gulch. t4bM II. H. Hathaway, Highland District. in J W. White, Pine Grove District. youl r. CHl KCIt, Summit City. M t'vMl'HELL ^ Co., Confeder...

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. — 6 October 1866

6 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1866, Speech of President John^on^^ at l th (levelanil. Ohio, t|, I come before you as an American citi- au zen simply, and not as the Chief Magis- er t rate clothed in the insigna and para- pr phernalia of State ; being an inhabitant sy of a State of this Union. I know it has w] been said I was an alien ; (laughter,) and [C that I did not reside in one of the States sti of the Union, and therefore I could not di, be the Chief Magistrate, though the Con- wi stitutioa declares that I must be a citi- 22 zen to occupy that office. Therefore all yc that was necessary to depose its occu- an pant was to declare the office vacant, or w] under a pretext to prefer articles of im- sh peachnient. And thus the individual nc who occupies the Chief Magistracy was gc to be disposed of and driven from power, th There was, two years ago, a ticket before ca yen for the Presidency. I was placed yc tipon that ticket with a distinguished G^ citizen, now no more. ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 6 October 1866

JTHETMQNTANA POST, SATURDAY, OCTOBER ii.^ 1866. 7 ?llftoraia Pioneer'* Celebration. Th* celebration of the sixteenth anni- jgtfr of the admission of California Y ^ 'to the Union took place on Monday vidi ?D t The procession, numbering some Go: .? marched from their hall on Mont- orgi ?^,ery street above Jackson to the oth. \cadetnv of Music. Those in the pro- you ' jon who came to California prior to For ^49 wen' designated by red rosettes, .om hoW, coming subsequently by a white thai >ne. 0en- Halleck wore the red. As fact |U| concourse moved along the streets, but Uection could not but be directed to a hea rtriod sixteen years ago, when those ces Sm met together had beheld a far dif- ' ferent scene from that then visible to ^ j their eyes. Then stretched far and near barren waste of sand lulls, and the waves of the bay, mimicking the fury PLl of the ocean outside, fell upon a beach. mu^ n0w almost in the heart of the city. tho' rj-0 no other generation has it been mei granted t...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 6 October 1866

8 THE MON T A N A POST, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1866. CALIFORNIA and NEVADA ITEMS] ty ^Paul Neuman of the County Clerk's e\ office, has compiled the following record B of the nativity of the citizens whose tl names appear on the great register in of San Francisco : Natives of the tl United States ^ Maine, 956 ; New Hamp- a nhire, 373 ; Vermont, 323 ; Rhode Island, tl 178; Connecticut, 283 ; Massachusetts cl 1,575 ; New York, 2,412 ; Pennsylvania, B YtS8 ; Michigan, 47 ; Wisconsin 14 ; Indi- u ana, 66 ; Illinois, 86 ; Iowa, 8 ; Ohio, 318; al New Jersey, 259 ; Delaware, 30; Mary- b: land, 245 : District of Columbia, 27 ; Vir- ir ginia, 158 ; Kentucky, 115 ; Tennessee, d 46 ; Missouri, 67 ; Kansas 1 ; North Car- B olina, 26; South Carolina, 40; Georgia, C 25 ; Florida, 4 ; Alabama, 21 ; Louisiana, n 83 ; Mississippi, 16 ; Arkansas, 5 ; Texas, tl 7?; California 6 ; born at sea, 4. Total G natives, 8,517. Foreign born^ Europe ^ tl England, Scotland and Wales, 684 ; Ire- s] land, 3,111; Fran...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 13 October 1866

_THE MONTANA POST. ??f????????????????S Agxicxiltxix-al and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. ~T>. W. TILTON ^ CO., ) ~~ j Publishers and -Proprietors. $ ' ^ ' MY COUNTRY, MAY SHE ALWAYS BE RIGHT ; BUT, MY COUNTRY, RIGHT OR WRONG.^ 5^ TERMS : -~ ' . 1 . ( SS a year, in advanoo VOL. 3. NO. 8. VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA, ?SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1866. WHOLE NO. 112. THE MONTANA POST. M, id. w. Tii/roisr ^c co., p w. Tilton, Bex R. Dittes. soiici PUBLISHERS ^ PROPRIETORS. side Office- at the City Book Store, corner of Wallace nnd Jackson Streets, Virginia City. C Terms of Subscription : Oac copy one year $g 00 BLI do. si* months, 5 00 do. three month*, 3 50 96-10 Rates of Advertising: Business Card*. 5 lines or less, 3 months., $ 6 00 do. do. do. ti months,.. 10 00 (~W do. do. do. 1 year, 15 00 \J 1 tint- square, ten lines or less, 1 insertion, . . 4 00 shop, do. do. do. 2 do. .. 6 00 rancl do. do. do. 1 month 10 00 map! do. do. do. 2 do 13 00 the i do. do. do. 3 do 15 00 tricts ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 13 October 1866

2 THE MONTANA .POST, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1866. THE MONTANA POST. 1; HENRY N. BLAKE, - - - Editor. 18 >h i ii relay, - - - October 13, 1866. 8( 53?^ Our Agents in the different towns *( and mining camps of the Territory and elsewhere, icill please take notice that the y terms of subscription for the Post liate . been increased to $3.50 per quarter, $5.00 for six months, and $8.00 for om year. . OUR AGENTS. ' (c A. B. Hamilton, is our Agent at Fort Benton, ri Mr. A. J. Smith is our Agent at Bannack. J. M. Fish, Sterling, Hot Spring District. al Geo. S. Rawlinos, Silver Creek. v, A. Ackerman, Montana City. J. M. Mills, Silver Bow. \* T. D. Strait, Jefferson City. James Stuart, Deer Lodge. e' Worden* Co., Hell Gate. ^ Gilpatrick ^ Bryant, Helena. JOHN TEMPLE, Junction City. sl CHA8. E. SMITH, Gallatin City. . Max Wagner, German Gulch. 11 H. H. Hathaway, Highland District. tl J. W. White, Pine Grovo District. F. CHURCH, Summit City. * Campbell St CO., Confederate Gulch. ^ M. C. Moor...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 13 October 1866

THE MONTANA POST. 8 A T U il DAY , OCT O B E It l7> , lbooT 8 PIT'S* nnw.n _ ji_ i ' ; ^ ^ ^ 1 ^ History of Boston. _ This is truly an old city, dating from September 7, (0. 8.) 1630, when John ^ Winthrop made a settlement there. yin,. years before, the Plymouth pil- the trims ' saw it, and regretted that they ines uad not occupied it. In 162o, an Epis- are copal clergyman settled here, named cia] Wm. Blackstone, and for five years was the only white person living on the pen- not insula-^ He persuaded Winthrop and tail nit? associates to remove thither, the ex- i bus cellence of the water and its abundance j ? being the chief inducements held out | by him. The Indians called the placo >'oi; ^ Mushauwomuk,^' which has been ab- sto breviated into ^ Shawmut.^ The mean- anc jng of the name was ^Free Land.^ There are two or three bold eminences j ^ on the landscape, which caused it to *? l>ear the name, ^ Tri-mountain.^ Bos- ! ^ ton is essentially a Puritan capital, but ! it too...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 13 October 1866

4 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1866. THE MONTANA POST. ~ ^ 1. HENBY N. BLAKE, - - - Editor. _ Saturday, - - - October 13, 1866. f^ THE TBEAM BKK OF EDGER- fc TON COITNTY. a The articles that have appeared in the columns of the Democrat and Gazette in c defense of the illegal conduct of Mr. Rea, ? should he read by every taxpayer in Mon- ? tana. We should have noticed the im- ? portant subject in our last number, but t the editor of the Gazette ^ inaugurated ^ ? a clock, (one of the ^ isms that flesh is y cursed with,^) in ^ Terra's Hall,^ and we t were temporarily absent for the purpose c of witnessing the novel ceremony, and i could not perform our duty. In fighting t this battle against Mr. Rea, we are sus- t tained by men of all political parties, ? and Democrats condemn in the most em- 1 ? phatic terms, the course that has been _ pursued by their organs. We make this E charge, and appeal to the members of the ^] next Legislature to investigate the facts _ and decide i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 13 October 1866

?jHE?C?TAN?ggST? SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1866. 5 THEMONTANA POST, r^Our Agents in the different towns ^ nd mining ramps of the Territory and of tt *i#vlure, witt please take notice that the ^f subscription for the Post have _? y0 increased to $3.50 per quarter, $5.00 j pears uf }H'>i'th^, end |8.00 for one year. I J?J OUR AGENTS. , t H UAMH-TOX, is oitr Agent at Fort Benton, i j u^ \ j Smith is our Agent at Bannack. | JJT^ /V Ff*H. Sterling, Hot Spring District. g_J ' s RaWLIXOS, Silver Creek. 018 n 4 \cKKBMAS, Montana City. M Mills. Silver Bow. ^ X n, Stuait. Jefferson City. firepi tlllES STL'AKT, Deer Lodge. cien( WOM'W* CO. Hell Gate h , .m-U KICK ^ BKYANT. Helena. ,'^v TKMI LK. Junction City. 1 RftmH, Gallatin City. P**. it U \V\t.NUK, German Gulch. ^ H Hathaway, Highland District. - j 'jf. WHITE, Pine Grove District. upon p CBUBCH, Summit City. isfac , iapWU ft CO., Confederate Gulch. ^ gta u C MOOSE, Blackfoot. for t . V BUCK, Boulder Valley. , n W WHITE. Reynold City. Elk Cr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 13 October 1866

6 THE MONTANA POST. S ATI' K DA V, OCTOBER 13. 1866. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. ow ^ Charles Sumner is engaged to be It married to tbe widowed daughter-in-law fro of Hon. Samuel Hooper. lfr ^ The Bmperor of Brazil wishes to mi have a run thriough the United States, Th and has so sign fied his desire to recent in vi sitors from America. tw ^ The live stock assessed in Iowa this th^ year is : cattle, 700,598 ; horses, 312,982 ; thi mules, 13,751 ; sheep, l,a53,816 ; swine, an 621,214. ^ Examination of the Tribune books ele a few days ago showed a total increase inl in circulation of fifty-three thousand wl copies since the 1st of August. - . ^ 11 ^ Our national debt attained its high- tht est figure on the 31st of August, 1865, by the amount at that time being $2,757,- vi] 689,571. September L 1866, the total sis debt was $2,595,683,168, a decrease in th. one year of $162,006,403. ^ A condensed synopsis of President liq Johnson's speech at Delmonico's, in New foi York, of four hundred and s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 13 October 1866

THE MONTANA POST; SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1866. 7 ^ '^_r?L,^ ..fee ^ t _ ~ i 1 ^ - ^ ^ - ^ 7 ! 1 THK M^NTAN \ I'ltST.ji Escapade of Convicts. The following account of the late es- aptde of convicts from the penitenti- trv at Salem, is furnished by one of the ttti niard: ah. Salem. Oregon. Aug. 27, T^6. The originators of the plot were Uiong the most desperate and blood- hir?ty of the prisoners, consisting of lledsoe, Hauxhurst, Daniels, Wright, ,'n(j several others, who were the ring^ leaders of the whole scheme. The pro^ lamine was to seize at a preconcerted gftal) all the officers not on guard duty, ^ 0{\ rush with them out through the itteway, taking care to keep the offi^ cers between themselves and the guards I for protection. After getting out of the ;i^ losure they were to rush to a thicket ^f underbrush, taking the officers along _^ t ffith them. When then;, they evident- It intended to murder Mr. Allard, the \Varden, and then make their escape as r\ hest they could. There is ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 13 October 1866

8 THE' MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1866. The Social and Political Life or tlie Inhabitants of Pompeii. The cities which have been buried by Vesuvius have not answered the expec^ tation and hopes which the first discov^ eries and excavations awakened. The antiquarian and classical scholar were full of hope to retrieve a number of an^ cient writings which are lost ; the miss^ ing books of Livy and Tacitus, the last Greek works which have been transla^ ted and copied by Roman authors, and many other valuable relics were expected to come forth safe and well preserved from under the ashes and lava which had hidden these cities for centuries. The artists and dilettanti were looking for statues and groups of ancient sculp^ ture ^ nay, even for the paintings which were to justify the presumptive asser^ tions of philologists, that the ancients were acquainted with the secret of the art of painting. Of all these hopes and expectations none have been fulfilled. Neither Livy nor Tacitus...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 20 October 1866

THE MONTANA POST. A. Newspaper, Devoted to tlie Mineral, JLgrlcixltrxr-al and Commercial Interests ot* Montana Territory. D. ^W. TILTON ^ CO ) ~ ^ ' ^ ~, ~ ^ ^ - Publishers and Proprietor ( ^ MY COUNTRY, MAY SHE ALWAYS BE RIGHT; BUT, MY COUNTRY, RIGHT OR WRONG.' TERMS:1 1 __ * ) ( a year, in advance VOL. 3, NO. 9. VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1866. WHOLE NO. 113. THE MONTANA POST.' ' r>. w. rrif/roiv~ ^ co., BL p, W. Tii.ton. bex R. Ditto, ? , PUBLISHERS ic PROPRIETORS. ( iff.ec at the. City Book Store, corner of Wallace, and Jackson Street*, Virginia City. Terms of Subscription : ? One copy one year $300 ran. do. month* 5 no ma] da three months :j 50 the Rates of Advertising : trie Business Cards, .r> iines 0* less, 3 months.. 8 ^ 00 \ do. do. do. 6 months, . . 10 00 do. di>. do. 1 year 15 00 Cot tine sqiiarr. ten lines or less, I insertion, .. 4 00 do. do. do. do. .. (i 00 A. do. d... do. i month, 10 00 ^ da do. 3 do 13 00 j\ ^'^^^^ ^'^^ ^lo. 3 do 15 00 9...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 20 October 1866

2 THE MONTANA POST, SATJJRDAY, QCTO?E_R_20?1?6?. THE MONTANA POST. HENRY N. BLAKE, - - - Editor. Saturday, - - - October 20, 1866. Our Agents in the different towns and mining camps of the Territory and elsewliere, will phase take notice that the terms of subscription for the Post have been increased to $3.50 per quarter, $5.00 for ^ix months, and $8.00 for one year. ouhTagkntsT A. B. Hamilton, is our Agent at Fort Benton. Mr. A. J. Smith is our Agent at Bannack. J. M. FISH, Sterling, Hot Spring District GEO. S. RaWLINGS, Silver Creek. A. ACKERMAN, Montana City. J. M. Mu.:..- Silver Bow. T. D. Strait, Jefferson City. James Stuart, Deer Lodge. Worden l Co., Hell Gate. GlLPATRlCK Sl Bryant, Helena. JOHN TEMPLE, Junction City. CHAS. E. SMITH, Gallatin City. Max Wagner, German Gulch. H. H. Hathaway, Highland District. J. W. White, Pine Grove District. F. Church, Summit City. Campbell ^ Co., Confederate Gulch. M. C. Moore, Blackfoot. L N. Buck, Boulder Valley. 0. W. White, Reynold City, ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 20 October 1866

_TgE~ MONTANA^ POST, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1866. 3 MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. ? __A sea serpent was seen in the Miss- tht issippi river, at New Orleans, lately. tht ^Fifty million cubic feet of water On pase Montreal, in tho St. Lawrence river, 92 every minute. ' is8 ^It is stated that all the provinces to ive be armed will give Prussia an additional mc military force of 213,000 men. ^Hartley Coleridge once being asked a r which of Wordsworth's productions he 15. considered the prettiest, very promptly gn replied : ^ His daughter Dora.^ O., ^A gentleman who has kept a record gh of the weather, informs the Cincinnati gr^ Gazette that it has rained, more or less, ea^ f very day. for seventy-two consecutive Th days. $51 ^Bishop Hopkins, of Vermont, re- %m ports in his annual address that the the^ ological department of the Vermont I Bpisoopftl Institute is without students. The Treasurer also says in his report : There are no young men in the diocese looking forward to the ministry, or pre^ ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 20 October 1866

4 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2ft, 1866. THE MONTANA POST. ^ HENRY N. BLAKE, - - - Editor, j Saturday, - - - October 20, 1866. t |3pThii paper may bo read gratuitously in r London at the central establishment of ^Hollo- way's Pills and Ointment,'' 214 Strand, where ad- j vertisements and subscriptions for the same arc re- . ceived. ? J The Bond of the Secretary of State. ' We have always considered it our right and duty to comment in respectful terms J upon the official conduct ol* any person ' in this Territory. If we make erroneous 1 statements, we are always willing to 1 publish the truth as soon as we have the opportunity, and any individual, who ' is aggrieved, can defend himself in our columns. Having no personal malice to gratify, and acting in pursuance of the best interests of the people, we shall continue to point out errors of commis^ sion and omission, without shielding friends or attacking opponents. We wish every citizen to understand that no threats of physica...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 20 October 1866

TILE?ONTANA POST, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1866. 5 [HE MONTANA POST. 12 |||lllMm mini mi^ in mj whicb I ?^^?^???? ~ ^T~ ,. _ side ii Our Agents in the different towns j duties rUj mining camp* of the Territory and. the1' tochere, mil N?iVe r/w^ ffo JJJjJ ran of subscription for the Post have with I *N increased to $3.50 j>^r quarter, $5.00 JJfJ, ^'^? months, and $i.00/or o/te j/mj-. tary i - - - the c^ OCR AGENTS. izens . jj Hamilton-, ii our Agent at Fort Benton, serric MP A. J. SMITH is our Agent at Bannack. volve: ^, M FISH. Sterling, Hot Spring District. ne ty.. T-eo 8. Kawlixgs, Silver Creek. ^i I M MILLS, Silver Bow. ?f ^ IaMES STUART. Deer Lodge. J^ W WORM* * CO., Hell Gate. kiel 1 i ilfatrick ^^ Bbyaxt, Helena. and ? MgS TEMFXE, Junction City. writt ( HAS. B. SMITH, Gallatin City. appK MAX Wagner, German Gulch. of th ji H Hathaway, Highland District. p^w F CHURCH. Summit City. i'aMPHKLL ^ CO., Confederate Gulch. MaUl M c. Moore, Blackfoot. nevei I X. BUCK, Boulder Valley. lo...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 20 October 1866

6 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1866T Quartz in Edg-erton County. tf Editor Post: The question ol ^What tl wiil become of Helena, the center and metropolis of Montana, after the placer and gulch mines in its environs are ex- ei hausted,^ is daily asked by a certain sect B of ^ croakers,^ and answered by other as b useless members of any community, by cl saying that ^ She'll fizzle, play out, or be given over to the Chinamen,^ who by P the way are getting too numerous here now. But we don't believe in this doc- It trine ot laying our hands in our lap si waiting for some new camp to be discov- w ered, for the wealth hidden in the im- tl mediate vicinity of Helena in the quartz e: veins, will convince the skeptic that ii bright days are in store for Edgerton K county at no distant day. vi We paid the nearest and oldest mines vi a visit lately, and give onr observations, tl not what we have heard, but what we ri have seen. Three and one-half miles c; from Helena, up Orofino, o...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 20 October 1866

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1866. 7 *, EXTRACTS \ihe n i from ^i^ Address delivered before ther th 1 (rPmd Lodge of Masons, at Virginia n thp m Oct. 8, 1866, by Judge Alden. i2^ .KvrUHKN ^>K THE GRAND LODGE | 1 \tjajn ha? an impressive warning come UDr5o. /instruct us. that in the midst of life Gvodss I m are in death. Since the last annual j ;oine( .,,mniunication of this grand body, the |Jc,f ? -riui messenger has invaded our sanctu- 1 ten t] :rv and extinguished the light of an em- ! broac, ^ 'nent brother. Thomas J . Dimsdale. the \ tlj jrand Orator of this masonic jurisdic- 1 t;on8 ion a devoted and upright Mason, the | 8olen ripe scholar and the able journalist, has j cond, '^ roue to his final reward. He was cut I our j joWD at the meridian of life, in the midst reDu1 ? his usef ulness, and in the maturity of and strength, a period in the life of man uphe V K\iea the pleasures of existence are * ibundantly multiplied, and accounted Br) [he consummation of earth...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 20 October 1866

8 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1866. 1 Items of California, Nevada, etc. ^ Mariposa, lately destroyed by fire, is te being go rapidly rebuilt that the mills Ci cannot supply lumber for the demand, er A good many fireproof buildings are ta- gi king the place of dd wooden traps. ds ^ The yield of the Allison Ranch mine, th (California,) for the half year under no- in tice, has been $40,000 per month^ a total he of #340,000, more than half of which at may be set down as clear profit. This was extracted from somo two thousand M ihree hundred tons of ore, the average D> yield being $104 per ton. This vein is as now being worked at the depth of five ai hundred feet, at which point it is three ci feet wide, and exhibits a compact and of well concentrated body of ore, uniformly m of high grade. This company runs a or twelve-stamp mill, capable of crushing ei only about one hundred and twenty-five is tons per week. ^ American Mining Index, tc ^ J udge Field of the United States...

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