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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 16 March 1867

THEMONTANA POST. A NeWMpaper, Devut^d ^.. 1Mineral, _Vjr^-io^iltiii-^l and Commercial InterestK of Montana Tei-ritory. VIRGINIACITY, MONTANA. SATURDAY, MARCH l^^, 18^^7.WHOLE NoT 134 VOL.'1- NO. 2i^. TheMontana Post. 0w TILTON t CO.. - - - - PUBLISHERS whorelielled placed iticiiiM'hvs in the^same jxisition, ho far as suffrage waMmn-^cerned us tin* negit^es had I teen. Now.^Congri'ns must enfranchise them tore-^establish governments in thtx** States.^The whites, as a class, were disloyal, the Thisis not right. The Oreat Father^said whoever should fire first should die.^If In does not keep the treaty, we will^have to go with the other tril^es and^fight the whites. Inthe fight at Phil. Kearney, twenty- ncgVSCnloyal As guardians of the seven hundred Indians were engaged^^national safety, and a* law makers tin-1 nine hundred did the fighting, while^del the Constitution, it is equally as ] eighteen hundred were lying concealed^binding upon them. ye^ more so, to en- near the Fort, to captu...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 16 March 1867

2 TheMontana Post THEMONTANAPOST, SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1867. SATURDAY, M \U^ lfl 16, 1867. 0.W. t1lt0n. BEN.P. DITTES. D. W. TILTOIV ^ CO.. PnbllHheraand Proprietors. Ofuceat the City Book Store, comer of Wallace r.;^^Jackson Streets, Virfini* City. Oneoopv^do. Termsof Subscription: neyear#8 00 sixmonth*,^three months.. .5 00^3 50 Ratesof Advertising:^Hosiness Cards, 5 lines or less, 3 months.. # 6 00 1000^15 00^4 00^C 00^10 00^13 00^15 00 Twosquares. do. do. 3500^6 00^8 00^12 00^IS 00 1insertion ado. 1month, da.3 do. do.3 do. 24 00 do.ti da 40 00 do.1 yearSB 00 (ase-eighthcolumn, 1 insertion do.do. 2 do. do.do. 1 month do.do. 3 do do.do. 3 do do.do. 6 do 800^12 00^18 00^25 00^30 00^50 00 do. do. 1 year70 00 One-sixthcolumn,1 insertion10 00 do. do.2 do. 15 00 do. do.1 month,20 00 da. do.2 do.r30 00 do. do.3 do.36 00 do. do.6 do.55 00 do- do.1 year80 00 ce-fourthcolumn, 1 insertion.12 00 da do.2 da 18 00 do. da 1 month,24 00 da. do.2 da 36 00 do. do.3 da ^45 00 do. do.6 da 65 00 do. d...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 16 March 1867

TIIE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1867. TheMontana Post. John s. Rockfeiiow, curney ^ co-s, Uoots ^iicl Shoes I jj* TILTOH 1 CO.. - - - - PUBLISHERS w \I^ I R^\l.n\R( H 16, 1867. uiti Sank tiik Mineral.^This^^ubject is engaging increased attention.^I'pon it* correct solution and proper ap^^plication depend the fortunes of millions^^^t people whose success is contingent^upon that of those directly employed in^mining Assays of ore show It to con-^Tain precious metals, in quantities that^would prove immensely profitable if they^.duIiI be saved in working; and nearly^uartz failure results from a fail-^lin. to secure the gold and silver in the^ores worked. The Pine Tree and other^mines on the Mariposa estate (in Cali^^fornia) are notable in this respect. As-^.jV;. of the ore were uniformly en^^couraging, and reduction by common^mill process proved so unprofitable as to^induce suspension of the work. By mill^^ing it yielded only six dollars per ton ;^hv assay it was known to contain ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 16 March 1867

TheMontana Post THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, MARCH LCT, 18^^7 x\TIKDW. HAR( H 16, 1867. BEN.R. DITTES. D.W. TILTON. IX W. T1JLTOX CO., Publlaliera and Proprietors. ^Jfc^mt the. Citf Book Store, comer of Wallace a id^JarJuion Streets, Virginia City. TELK(RAPHIC. ReportedExclusively for the ^Tri^^weekly Pout.^ by W. U. X. ^ ^. tlaaolatloii*offered^Sympathy for^Ireland^Frnlan ntuN--Genrral^How ard'* lie port ^ A notlier Vir^^ginia dodeo- Relief for Disloyal^N^^ii^ hrnirrw^A rlrmuii Ward dead^^Protection for the Overland^Routed -Trouble* In New Orleans^^Rebel Hehenien In Virginia^The^Reorganization IHovciurnt-Great^Destitution^Aulgnmrnt of Offi-^^ ei-s to Southern .Vltlltary Dla-^irlets^The Colorado Klectlan axe^Fenian Excitement Still RriMk in N^ w YorkHejee lionof ^ owan by the Nenate^^Ad jo ii rnmentorCongreNti-Frnlan Onventlon^TremeiidouN Flood, hamplon*hlp Pisfht ^A Fat Offlee^^The Indian Expedition-.^mill^tary ^ oiiiniand^'r^^The Kcron^ktrurtion flovenieiil Trial of^*^urratt^Souther...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 16 March 1867

MUII ^^ O BKIF^. .I^nlar descriptive Ballad is from ^!^^-pen^u- l.rmnu. h irratMl nf j.hf w of Richard Rrinslev^^ )jriibe nxnl brilliaot of all Ireland's splcn- ,,_tur^. Tbf aathor^hip of thi^ piect- i^ not^Hv kuowti bat ^tf lia^eth* hfst nnthtirity^^ ^.*^n'bing it to Mr. l^cfann. who. Itesides being JUlitorof th^-Wmrdrr. (oo. of th^ ablest r,ptil'li^h^-d in Ireland, but ^i^-.^pcrauly I i.ry-^. politic*.1 ha* written two or tLree ma*tf rly riefiealiniiitno'K, fouueird on lrit.lt event,, ami^I- -i. :^ty at ^ i rtain memorable and .central epochs. ^ The C- ck and Anchor ^ v..t old Dublin city. tbe time the celebrated^n:^;tt- l.oi'i * ^^^rtieitl. v a- l-t-rtl Lit titenant^Ire land^awl ^The Fortune* of Tirlogh O'Brien^^^- i ,1 ^ hara^ ttr^ ^^( v. I.icli *priii^r from !William.te War. in Ir,^Mftil and pow erfnlly pictur Thin'two de^i^rk^ pla^-e Mr.^nith Ranini and ttrittin. the .'^^t'and brightest of the lri^h novelists. The^. -''^time ti ^ w riter ot thei^** iotredwetory line^ heard^^br...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 16 March 1867

THE I*^t Letter ^^i ^. 1*. \i HU*. Thefollowing ehnrncteristir and touch ingletter is published in the last num- ^^r of the Home Ju SickRoom, Ini.Kwn.n. l^ec. 4, Vfs\%^Dear Phillips : The promptness and 'fficiency and devotion witn which you^-prang to my side, on the doctor's an^nouncing me a dying man, at my city^lodgings, were memorable, indeed ! Yon^got me home on the beautiful Snnday,^as few, except a ^ ministering angel,^^could have done the kindness. 1 am not^suffering at present ; but my paralysis^has gradually crept from my legs ^up^^ward to my lungs, and I am unable to sit^erect without fainting. I am still m^much as usual in the brain. Witha fearful storm raging in the^Highlands about me, I am thinking how^you are ^ making up^ without me at^the office, and wishing I were a ^ wee ^^bit nearer to you. Myfriendship with you. which I cher^^ish so pleasantly, stands a chance to be^the last fully intellectual act at my life;^yet it is by no means a novelty. When^I found dear old...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 16 March 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, MARCH 16. ist^7 ,,K1^I* I-VI. DIRECTOBT.^Federal Officers. t,-,,-r ntgM ('LAV SMITH. .THOMAS KKANTIS Mt.A'MKI. \f JLJlfrT ^ L^ HOHMER. '2ritfc Jmtice^L. B. WllAwrros. - ^4^^ - I*. K. NUSMM. . , prp't* Att fUrnrral^Wm M. STaKKHH.^f+ittd S^*U* M*r*Ami^4ir.n. M. PlNNKT.^irti*V I' s- Mar$kai^i. X. Bf.IKl.KK. '7*^ aw.. T* C. EVT.UTS. \ZliCtnrInternal Rrrrniie^V l^. LAVmimv^i T S P^*rirt Own^I,. S. Feck, V*. 3* Judicial District^C. K. Irving. Silver andfamily ar^- to Im of the party. The Thos. P. Amen,John A. Ames. tripwill cost $2.000The Colorado li*lors :^r^- wverc on J. Rows Brown'h ' report. The Twmwripf says ^he is i^about as fit to report on mines as a loup :^haired, down-f^si.-^t ]^r^-arh^T is t^^ tr^-ru^with Indians. CITYBOOK STORE, NOW READY kix.ii u{ \i)vertisi:ks. AnImpartial and Correct Hihtory of Thefollowing list coinp^{^era. The public are r^their advertisement*. TP ^ J A AMES, ^CitrkM JmMemnl JM*T^ct \.-. W. Kowi.er,^feleaa- TerritorialOfficers....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 16 March 1867

TheMontana Post. MTI'RDAY,MARCH 16, 1 86T. OURAGENTS. A.B. HAMILTON, is oar Agent at Fort Benton.^MR. A. J. SMITH ia our Agent at Banaack. J.M. F^H, Sterling, Hot Spring District. Geo.S. Rawungs, Silver Creek. T.M. Mn.i.s, 8ilTer Bow. JamesStuart, Deer Lodge. worden* co.. Hell Gate. Agencyof Pout, 52 Bridge street, Helen., JohnTf.mpli, Junction City. Char.e. Smith Gallatin Citv. max\v v^.\ku. (^rman C.uleli. h.B. hatiiawat, Highland District^k. ClU'rch. Summit Citv.^Campbell ^ Co.. Confederate Gulch.^k. C. Johxron. Blackfnot. I.N. BK K. Boulder Vallev. s.W. FourmaN, Reynolds' Citv. Elk Creek. K\ . Bam, Beartown. J.W. Mauri f.RV. Rocker City. J.8. Wiluamr. St. Louis, Mo. I..P. FlSHEU. San Francisco. Cal. J*o.Thorm.k\. ..t Virginia, is our uuthor./.ed^Ageat to receive subscriber* and moneys. Hw^receipt will be good. THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAY, MARCH Hi. 1867 Arrivalsand Departure a Dnrltig tln VMk^Arrverd. SH Washburn InPitiless Storm.^The rudest blast*from the trumpet of the Storm Ki...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 23 March 1867

THEMONTANA POST. A ^ ^'^ wpap^-i-. DevotOd to ^ !^.^ Mtateral, AjfricwH**^ J,ri^l Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. VOL.3, NO. 30. VIRGINIACITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1867. WHOLENO. 136. TheMontana Post. wTIITON * CO PUBLISHERS ufVBti 1 A K( H 23. 1867. .^ ^, \.,. ,.n r'/i the different totro* JZmbitiJca.np* of the Territory and^^^,r/^,r. f-iV/ plea*t take notice that the i**LiH^'^1t3-50 7^^^^ ''^ *^^^00^,;,-*-^ wonrt*. ^^^^ $8.00/or o/ic ywr. roNTKNTSOFTHIS M MBF.R. i_Xorthand Platte Rontea ; Slightly iu^gpellin^ A Writer in the. etc., raet*;^Th^^ Ajrricultural Situation ; t'uit^d Stat** Mar-^Sal Earlr i^ ,he^ w**k- etc.: About Cooaivtnacy:^Baakard-d; From Bannack. (E o_Fr^^ui Hntte City ; Krotn Gallatin ; To^pT.*r^c^^r^; Miscellaneous; I tterly Annihilated:^The President and Admission into the I nion.^( - jAfter the Kail : Miscellaa^on-.. , . 4ivlrfruphic : Pen and Sciawor-.. ' E v-An A^l^lre^a. delivered by Hon. Geo, B.^Wriaut. al r^r^ ,,,jn,^n ; Miscellaneous; Ex...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 23 March 1867

2 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1867, AUATI\. ImKLY A 1H ilatkd. lAl'VUtT, mam* H 23, 1867.^D. W. TlLTOTi,BEN. ft. OITTES. I). W . TltTOIV ^ C O.. Publisher*and Proprietors. Oficeat the City Book Store, corner of Wallace and^Jnrkfon Streets, Virginia City. Termsof Subscription: *necopy one yearg^8 00 do. hi months,5 00 do. three months.-3 SO Ratesof Advertising: KuimmCards. 5 lines or less, 3 months..# 6 00 do.do. do. 6 month*,..10 00 do. do. do. 1 year,15 00 ^!.. square,ten lines or leu. 1 insertion. ..4 00 do.do. do. 2 do.6 00 do. do. do. 1 month,10 00 do. do. do. 2 do. 13 00 do. do. do. 3 do. 15 00 do. do. do. 6 do. 25 00 do. do. do. lyear...35 00 Twosquares, 1 insertion.6 00 do. 2 do, 8 00 do. 1 month12 00 di. 2 do. 18 00 do. 3 do24 00 do. 6 do. 40 01) do. 1 year,65 00 ^^^-eighth column, 1 insertion8 00 do. do. * do. 12 00 do. do. 1 month.18 00 do. do. 2 do. 25 00 do. do. 3 do. 30 00 do. do. 6 do. 50 00 do. do. 1 year.,70 00 Ocesixth column, 1 insertion,10 00 do. do. 2 d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 23 March 1867

THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAY, MARC fI 23, 18(57. TIlCHOIltilUil POSt. J^hn S. R0Ckfell0W,! CURNEY Sl CO'Sf '^no.iio^vv^ c ^^iiiinii!HelenaAdvertisements|piONEER stage line. WTllTO* 1 CO. PUBLISHERS yyr11^ ^i . i\ i .1: *\T\HAT, n A It ^ CI 2:^, 1N07. \mi TMI B ALL. v\jo* v pf.krv. No.5 Jackson st, wth-ir Uaatifal h~:r. No. 25 Main St., 'lidtalked in their, eh amber No. 15 Front 8t. -Virginia City, j^Bannack Citv. -- Areenta. i MONTANA. loBHKRSAND COXsil MCRS will always^f9 find a' either .-!' th#-^e lion^-. a fomplr'rand wnrra' l^^^^i i ^^.^ n Thevsit ami^Their long^\- thev l*a^^there, Afterti. i - W I w*3 done.^t,Hv they talked of wnlli aadqoadrill- Hljthey kssnrhed. like other jrirN,^Who over the fire, when all if still,^rh^ ir l^rai^L^ and cn^-l^. Robe of -:^tin ahJf Brawls l.ice. Knot*of flowery. and ribbon^, to^^. ^^Hatifiii :d-out in every place, l\r the revel if tbrougli, \ : : ^ I M ^UP in robe* oi white. _ ^.'- -^-wn^^ un^l^r the Min. .,_|.--.^iipperle*s, sir. in the nurht, F...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 23 March 1867

TheMontana Post. THE MONTANA POST, .SATURDAY, MARCH 2 3,- 1867^. SATURDAY, nARCH 23, 1867. 0.W. TILTON, BEN.R. D1TTES. D. W, T1LTOIV ^ CO., Publisher*and Proprietors. Of.ceat the City Book Store, comer of Wallace and^Jmckton Stmts, Vtrginie\ City. TELEGRAPHIC. ReportedExclusively for the ^Tri^^weekly Post,^ by W. U. T. Co. anuria Frightened^A FlnanrUl^Dilemma^Naval ('hansef-Mril-^iMh Parliament^(jieorsiaiisi^mnrrlns^ Smythe denounced ^^\ew York labor market^The war^In Ireland eommenced^Penlan^Strength- Democratic ( onveiilion^^Riot at t arllKle^The President^and theFeiiians^ .^lexlean News^^Xecro ^rleetlngs in the South^^IriKh Riot in New York^Ala-^baniiaiiK A^-^eptintf^ An Import^^ant Rill presented-The Supple^^mentary Itei'oiiKtrurllon Rill in^Trouble^Troops moving^Con^ti rmations^Important Resolu^^tion!*^Tammany Hall Sold^lrinh^Rebellion a Failure-The ^^Jlollj^'Inquire* ^^Rioters Censured. TheTimes' Ogdensburg special saya: The^Fenian excitement is reviving in thi- direc^^tion. F...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 23 March 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, MARCH 23 , 1867. iJdrfM,Oe-IIvered t^j Hon. liro.^\V rl^^^^. ^* Fort Benton, ILTm^J^^224, 1867, on Ihr t ele^of W *^lilii^rton*i^ Rlrth hro^^ration. in 'h^Fp slay. uyCorNTKYMKX : In every age and^^ \rrv country, the distinctive nations^^ve their own heroes and hero worship^1 Trar.- how or where you will,^Mljrl, hu-tory or by personal obser-^lon^, ^nd you will find that there^existed, or does exist, some one oc-^mvinp the highest position in the esti-^Jtion of his people. Not particularly^the ^rts and sciences, not ^ in states-^^ n!ii,ip hut in the more attractive and^'^Vtautial manner, by giving his mili-^\Zrr services to his government, and in^^foW i^Tlious periods t^*^. when to dare^ml wou,^1 not on'.v- ^n case ^f failure^him his HH* Dut ^l*0 tue confis^^cation ^^f P^f^'ili the***0^- entailing^!nK^n lii^ family lasting misery and woe.^Tlicrv i* no cause so dear to man^by^which,^;,rn,'8t'.v ant* steadfastly ,Aert- himself to inaugurate and defend^republi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 23 March 1867

6i FROI R VBRIT DISTRICT. tmgmBound ^Quartz Lodes--.Rochester Gulch--inert, Keeping their own Counsel. [From oor niru Correspondent*} Ki.in-itPost: Inliai.itant* of Rabbit li*triet are scarce. Snow i^ vomftm thedopth^if not more so. Weather is^cold^ink froze, and your correspondent inabout the same condition. Old win^^ter seems to be playing a game of ^ftuiitl^out^^holde all tlio cards and goes it^Mind, regardlnss of consequences. RabbitDistrict is almost destitute of^news. The ground rendersprospecting^for quart/, out of tlio question. Some^I x tie work is being done on lodes already^Uncovered. Miles Cavanmigh, who hag^HOaTM seven or eight lodes in tins district,^has retired to some secluded nook, there^to await a general thaw. He has n shaft^on the ^ Valley ^ lode some twenty-five^feet in depth; Wftn a Splendid body of^'juartz, which, nt that depth, increases^in richness. In a former letter, I gave^you an account of big prospects obtained^from the ^ Watseka ^ lode, by Messrs.^Math...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 23 March 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATIUOAY. MARCH 28. IS(S7. M,i^Tifi-:^ TOKY.^federal Officers. Thos.P. Ames, JohnJL. Ames. ,;IU.KNCLAY SMITH. -I k t\ri.~ Mkai.iiki.. ,1- llo.-Mt.K. .., b. mujnw Lfc^. HunoK. ,|;.-^ tlrniml^*'^. M. ^T.\^KOKI^.^gg V^rsAsW^GEO. M. PlIWI .1. .V liLU^lXil.^;,H. rot^M. B'lVH. ,umaiUtrrHtte^T. C. Kvektk.^ut.rnal Rrvrnmt^N. P. LaXU roill ^. I, .. , ,,-r C\.. S. I'm K Va. mJ:.UUDistrict^C E- IkMVb. Silver lOWI.r.K. TerritorialOHicers. .^t-Jhiin H. Mixo ii ^! n '^^v f. Rockkf.u nw. 'r'*'' f ,.^*/., Infraction ^ A. M. S. CAM**^* tiers. Va.ilB-U- Countj w.Hill j r^ ,,B Peabtdv r.a'lat-i^, Itiov* n i J^ ^ler^^^('.^imtvW. T. n K. C. Ewin^r Tlx^. I * \ ^ * ..KnnV Wetta^Richardson. .FrankA. \V.^ul- MunicipalOfficers cf VirginiaCit^ . xurvrJ. M. CAfeTXRK. rV-p ..J Arff CUrkWm. If. QHhi ,Vi....,..,r^i !.. Mt H i l.ui ^.U. Billyami .liui Wiley Lave l*#n poa-1^peethtjg if^ Arizona without mnch mc-^(^eps. The placer mine* are not exten-^~iw a ad i^ay only from $2 to $.^^ pt-rdav.^Quai...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 23 March 1867

8 THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAY. MARCH 2.'*, 1867. TheMontana Post, *ATr AY,MARCH 23, 186T. OIK \^.K.^ ^ s. A.B. hamilton, is our Agent at Fort Bratm.^ML a. J. SMITH i^ our Agent at Hannick.^J. M Kisii Sterling. Hot Spring District,^tvfio. 8. Rawlinoh, Silver Creek.^* .^. M Mn.Uk Silver Bow.^Jamka 8TVAKT, Deer Lodge.^WOBDEX * CO., He 11 Gate.^Agency of Post, jei Bridge street, Helena.^john TEMTLK. Junction City.^^ h a.^ K Burnt, Gallatin City.^M\\ Waoxer. German Gulch. H.H. HathawaT. Highland District.^f. Cni'bch. Summit City.^camthkll St Co.. Confederate Oulch.^R. C. JonNsoN, Blaekfoot. I.N. BtTK. Boulder Valley. 8.W. foreman. Reynolds' Citv, Elk Creek. s.V. Bali. Beartown. J.W. m aukiery. Rocker Citv. i.8. William*. 8t. Ix^ois, Mo*. L.P. Fishfk. San Francisco. Cal. .no. TnoKNLEY. of Virginia ^* our authorized^Agent to receive subscribers and money*. His^receipt will be rood. LastNionT.^The St. Patrick's Ball atthe Council Chamber, last evening, was a mag^^nificent ovation to the memo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 30 March 1867

THEMONTANA POST. A. Newspaper, Devoted to tho Mineral, Agricnltnral and. Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. WHOLENO. 136. VOL.3, NO. 31 VIRGINIACITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1867. TheMontana Post. w.TllTO* l CO.. st TlBDAY.JIAEfH30, 1 867 assassinationat any time, by rebel^1 hands, would have been disastrous, and^none knew tliis better than Davis. Of^- ^ PUBLISHERScharge of treason he is guilty, be yondthe shadow of a doubt. It consists in^^ levj-ing waragainst the United States^or, In adhering to their enemies, giving^them aid and comfort.^ Of the levying^of war and the identity of the man there^is no question. The submitting of tes^^timony and leaving of the question be^^tween Davis and the Government to a 0'irAgent* in the different town* [jury of twelve men is merely a technical^,nui mining ramp* of the Territory and \ necessity, and it appears rather farcical^;^^'^ ' '^^^'''^^ that thi tint. ^ Tt 11 llss Iiim jmib ef wu mmi lli'i iptitmfoi the Post hr.re rivers ol ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 30 March 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATU RI)AY, MARCH 30, l.s^^7. TheMontana P SATURDAY,TWA D.W. TIlTON, D. RCH30, 1867.^BEN. R. DITTES. W. TlLTO^ ^ CO., Publishersand Proprietors. Officeat the City Book Store corner of Wallncr and^Jackson Streets. Virgin ia City. Mwtfade and fall where prow* this goodly^- Tree; Throughouttb^ earth pre long will fall its^seed*, Uprootingthrones and bidding all be free. Tin-Silver Smelting Proecaa. Termsof Subscription: Oneropy, ene year#8 00 do. six tr.wnths,5 00 do. threw months3 SO Ratesof Advertising: BusinessCards. 5 lines or less, 3 months..I 6 00 do. do. do. fi month* ..10 00 do. do. do. 1 yearU 00 Om*square, ten liaes or lea*. 1 insertion, ..4 00 do. do. do. 2 do. ..6 00 do. do! do. 1 month10 00 d^. do. do. S do. 13 00 do.do. dott. 3 do.^do. do. do. 6* do.^do.do. do. 1 year 1500 _^.-^INI 3500^6 00 sgo Twosquare*. 1 insertion,^do.'2 do. do. 1 month12 00 da. 2 do18 00 do. 3 do24 00 do. 6 do40 00 do. 1 ye^r65 00 tsaeeiffhth column, I insertion,8 00 do.do. 2 do. d...

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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 30 March 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1807. j|K-Hon til Nil Post. wTrlTOJI ^ CO. PUBLISHERS BILL S III VI, MEATMARK ET, WALLA E STREET. TwoDoor* hflow Pronto A: Ruoaell. ITh^- hs^ perfwte.t arrangement* for toinform the public that^W a eon-^ta^ finest Ti R D A 1 , ^ B K ^ II 30, 1 867. iKO.nHIGHLAND. o^/i^--Price$--Discoveriesand Develop-^The ho*35 ,m^nts.-Death. etc. Fromonr special Correspondent. RpttWFofaT: Cold weather set in^t^e 17th inst . that surpassed any- .n^r we have had this winter. The^rnioni. t. r indicated forty degrees be-^,w zero on the morning of the 12th.^ill mining ^^j^orations were suspended tiltbe lHtli, win a they were resumed ithacrastomed vigor. The roads and^trail.11 tending to this place are in good^^raveling condition. Teamsters will^pcHffc nee no difficulty in bringing in^. ^ ^ . t it..-S r tln-ni to sleds^ia crossing tin* rang*^about six miles^^,ither froa Virginia or Mat Ixxige.^mrfMmpi arc ln-ing pushed forward to^repletion with commendable energy.^4a...

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. — 30 March 1867

TheMontana Post THE M ON TAN A P OST, S ATURDAY, MARCH 30, ISG7. - SATLKDA V, MIK( M 30, 186T. d.W. T1LT0N, BEN.R. DrTTES. d.w. Tii/ro^f ^ co., Publisher*and Proprietors. Oficrat the City Rook Store, corner of Wa'.lare and^J.irkf.in Streets. Virginia Citf. tei,i:;h .v ic. ReportedExclusively for the ^Xrt-^Weekly Po^t,^ by W. V. X. Co. TheSmjihe Imbroglio -Jeff Da vim'^Trial ^Fenlana^The Tribune De^^nounce*^.t ohnHon re^torlnjf run-^tloeated ^ property^The Pea bod y 1^Ranqnet^Apologize or Kin In^ :^LoiiKNlrert Aeeedea^Winter Gar-^mum burned^Supplementary Rill^Pawned over the Veto^The Pre*!- i^dent'.* obje^tion^^^Senate agrees^to adjourn to-day. Governor^Patluu on R eeonntriK tlon ^^After the Negro Vote-Sheridan's^First Art^.Montana Honda Hate^ j^The Adjournment of t'oiijjresm^^Heavy Storm^Another ^I.i-ni(i-^eent Donation^ Cholera Antlci-^pated- Trlal of Jetferaon Davla.^iTIiitlii) ^ .TIertlngd In ^Weorarla^^ ^^^burn vw. Ileenan^ The .IIIknoiii-I^Boat* to be armed^The Senate on^the Tl...

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