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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 20 April 1867

THEMONTANA POST. -A. -^ ^^ u spapcr, !^^'%^^^ *^^! t ^^ the TVIine^i-^l, Ajrricnltural and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. VOL. NO. 34. TheMontana Post. VIRGINIACITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1867. WHOLENO. 139. siTlRDAY, APRIL 20, 1867. utir r ^rrespandcnt* tf* rough out ths '/'rritory wiV oblige by conforming to the t,tll*nriugrule*: Limit all communie/t-^tj,,/,* to a half column. Write only ,^n^oitf *i^le of the paper, plainly and con-^;^ hj. Mining win* nhonid he written x,purat ely from other new* ; brief, *tati*-^^;,;il and relialde. Write only ifi/uit will ^f public ^' tere*t. Avoid personality s.^(fire ft^t'^' ^iid addre**. The name of the^trriter mu*t ar.-,nnpany each letter. An ,,//,,/^ t^ th'rxc rules will enable ^/s to^qire early insertion to mmmunieationn ;^,i departure from them will account for^i,^ai-app^ arai.ee in nearly enery instance. '^(STENTS OK THIS Nl'MBER.^pa,.k 1^T^yl^^r^ Report of Montana ; Across the^Atlantic; Unhappy Mexico: Rolands and Oli...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 20 April 1867

THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1*67 D.W. T1LTOH, BEN.R. DITTES. I). W. T1LTOIY ^ CO., Publlfclirrsand Proprietors. Ofictat the Citf Book Store, corner of Wallace and^Jack ton Strrrt*. Virginia City. Ratesof Advertising:^HtiMoeaa Cards, .% line* or 1 ^^*.^. 't month* do.do.do. 6 month*. do.do.do. 1 year... Onesquare, ten lines or Iws. 1 insertion. do.do.^do.^do.^do.^do. Twosquare. One-eighth|MM do.do. do.do. do.do. do.am do.do. do.. do.^On* nixth ^-.,' :!i,u do.do. do.do. do.d-^. do.do. do.do. do-do. ^; no 10no^15 00^4 00 do. do. 2 do. .. 6 On do. do. 1 month,10 00 do. do. f do13 00 do. do. 3 do15 00 do. d.:. 6 do. 25 00 do. do. 1 year35 00 1insertion6 00 800 month19 00 le 00^24 00^40 00 y-ar65 00 1insertion.8 00 8 do12 00 1month18 00 2do25 00 3do30 00 6 do50 00 1roar70 00 1insertion,10 00 2do15 00 1month20 00 2dor 30 00 3do 6 lye do. One-fourtbcolumn, 1 insertion,. do.do.^de.^do.^do.^do. do.do.^do.^do.^do.^do. One-halfcolumn, doido. do.do. do.do. do.do. do.do. do.do. do 1mont...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 20 April 1867

THE MONTANA POST, S A TURD AY, AP RIL 20, 1867. 3 pKPTIlsok Mnm ix Kx^h.and.^An^Kn^ltab journal, ^ft**r raiuing the total^'pxiucr ^^f ihf mines of Great Britian nt 4*.M.lt*- per iinnuni. and computing^that England's supplr of coal will last^' j \et*i nev^*n hundred year* longer, at^\rvent rate* of con^^-mption, gives tho^iJltiwIaf account of the depth to which^the bowel* of the earth ha* In-en pierced^ia Knrland. The depth to which we^mine for coal i* already great. The pit^nt Dunkenfield. in Cheshire. 20OJ feet^j^.loir the surface to the {xnut where it^-UlOBCW th^ ^Black Mine Coal,^ a seam^.-Hi js tour feet six inches thick, and of^the hest quality for domestic and manti-^*r:uring purposes; from this j^oint a^urtlier depth of iiOO feet has been attain^,^l l^r means of an ^ngine plane in a bed^,t coal, *^^ that a great ]^ortion of the^^nal is raised fr^^m the enormous d^^pth^f teet- At Pendelton, near Msin-^,.sr^-r, '^^^^ i* dailv worked from the^.^norraous depth 2-^^()4 feet ; and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 20 April 1867

ifik aO- THEMO N T A NAP (^ 8 T, SATURDA Y 5 A PR 1 L 20. 1867, TheJlontaiia Post. 0.W. tilton I cq.. publishers 8ATUBDAY,APRIL'20,1867. TELEGRAIHIC. ReportedExclusively for the ^Tri^^weekly Post,*' by W. 17. T. Co. TheRoMlan Amrrio Treaty^The^Indian Expedltlon-The .T||M^U^^In pi Injunction bill tiled^v^nai^^^adjourn* to-day^.flat reported In^Cuba-Schoneld diMbandln:; the^I*111ltla^ Vaeant office* nearly all^Killed'^Bararla and Baden Mde^With PrusMiat^Ciov. Cummin^^held to A^^ ^^ o 11 nt^ It eJ c ^ 11 o 11 * and^Confirmations. Washisotos,April 10.^The PreM.lent re^^ceived no visitors to-day. His illne^t seems^to proceed from an aff^ction of the liver, from^which he has buffered severely heretofore. Thecontinental domain occupied bj the^Ruffian America treaty is about 389,000^square miles. The iilatxt* may increase the^domain to four hundred and fifty thousand.^The United States are to pay seven million^two hundred thousand dollars in cold, at the^Treasury in Washington within ten mo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 20 April 1867

I) THE__M()XTANA POST, SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1807 asTHK So VlK^lVf7 ,IELK^ A winter were manifest hj hundred* ot *cuttle carca***e* scattered over a dis- KVa-uiarCrrwpoDdOTw. tance of forty mile*. Heretofore, Peer^The f**^*^e froin *',e *p^t where it is ( I*odg;e vallej was considered the l^est i^uted the capital ot Montana *M^ l^e 1,^c^lity forraising, and but little irl!*, .^ i. ^ . iran* was needed to winter stock The p,aCewhere it ^A^^M be, across late and severe storms that visUed this I^the main range of the Rocky Mountains, generally mild valley, killed the stock^^ ^n.bablv the most interesting route during March. Mr. Kohre, of I^eer 1 ^-^- lAHlge City, is the heaviest loser^over! onehundred head, mostly cows, per-^ished out of his extensive band. FromSilver Bow. where we remained I^but a few minutes, to the head ot Divide^creek, on the eastern slope, we but re-^tMtod the hardship* of Montana travel^^luring spring^shoveling part of the^road and assisting other teams in get foar...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 20 April 1867

THEMONTANA POST, TheMontana Post 0.W. TILTON I CO. PUBLISHERS SATFRDAYtAPBIL 20, 1 867 TrainOrffmnlzatlon-TOllltarjr Order. Theheadquarters of the Military De^partment of the Platte has just issued a^printed order for the regulation and pro^^tection of trains going over the Plains^As the order is ot importance to all our^readers, we give it in full, as follows : IIeadqi/rsDEr'T of thk Plattk, t^Omaha. Kkh., afansh 2, 1867. OEERALORDERS,)^No. 14. f Thefollowing regulations affecting^trains and travellers, crossing the plains^during the coming season, upon routes^within this Department, are compiled^mostly from those in force last year^They are published for the information^of all concerned, and are ordered to be^enforced. 1.Fort McPherson, near the junction^of the North and South Platte, and the^military station nearest the terminus of^the Union Pacific Railroad are designa^ted as the points of rendezvous of all^trains going beyond, upon any route,^into the Indian country. Here all t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 20 April 1867

^ - THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1867. ^KKIc;iA.J, DITTi )IiY.^Federal Officers. GovernorOREF.N CLAV SMITH.^t*m*/rrf^Tiiova- PbaJCCM Mk.u.hkk.^Chief Jurtirr ^ n. L. iiosmbr.^ttmr.alf Justice^L. B. Wll.lJMTOX. L.K. MUSSOX^j 4 Ihpntn Att n General^M. STAFTOKK.^|MW ^^*^^^ Marshal^(iKd. M. rlUll.^,g {'. 3. Marshal^-J. X. HKlDLKlc -~.^,rr Crtrrai^m. BoVI^.^4,:,,muT Internal Rirsanr^T. C. evert*.^Collector Intrrnnt Rrrrnie^X. p. LaN^;KOUD.^CUrk V. S Pittrict Cvurt^l. l'K^ K. Vm.^Cirri ^id Judicial Ihstrict^C. e. Ikvi.vk, Silver ClerkW Judicial District^chah. W. FoWLKB, Helena. TerritorialOfllcers: rrrr JOHN M MCW^Treasurer^JolIN S. R^)CKKF.I.I.oW. ADes^ uiption ok Hkavkn.Rove-1 lation.xxi. chapter, ltftb verse : ^ And^be measured the city with a recti, twelve^; thousand furlongs. The length, hreadth^, and height of it are equal.^ Tw^-I%^!^thousand I u Hong*. T.'.nJll.lJOO feet, winch 1^being niln-,1. is I^48,O8K.00O.CrO0,000.00O,^000.000 cubic feet ; the half of which we^will rese...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 20 April 1867

8 THE MONTANA I'OST, SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1867. TheMontana Post. SiTrBDAY,APBIL 20, 186^. OlR AGENXS. A.TL HAjrTLTOI*, is our Ageti' at Fort Beaton.^Mn. A. J. Smith U our Agent at B^n^^*. J.M. Fish, Sterling Hot Spring District.^GEO. 8. IUwUKn^, Silver Crwtk.^J. M. Mills. Silver Bow.^Jambs Stuart, Deer Lodge. WOKTIKNft CO., Hell date. Agencyof Post. 52 Bri.lge *treet. Helena. JOHNTKMPl.K. Junction City t'h as. k. Smith. Gallatin City.^max Wagnse, Oerman Oulch.^H. H. Hathawat, H iff bland District.^F ( ni k^ h Summit City.^Camphell St Co., Confederate Gulch.^R. C. JoHNSoK. Black foot.^b ft. Buck, Boulder Valley,^s. W. Foreman, Reynold*' City, Elk Creek.^8. t. Ball, Beartown.^J. W. Maori eky. Rocker City.^J. 8. Williams, St. Louis, Mo.^L. P. Fisher. Saa Frmnciaoo. Cat.^Henky Rierdrn, argeuta. Jxo.Thorxley, of Virginia. U our authorised^Agent to receive subscribers and money*. HU^receipt will be food. THECITY. Salmon Rivkr ! ^Read. ^ Having succeededin making the necessary arrangement*^...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 27 April 1867

THEMONTANA POST. -V tTewsppapep, I ^^^ \ ^^t ^^^! to ^Mineral, ^V^ji-ic^ltui-al and Connncrcinl Interests of Montana Territory. VOl-'^^. NO. .^^^^. VIRGINIACITY. MONTANA, SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1867. WHOLENO,. 140. TheII out ami Post. gW TILTOW 4 CO.. - - PUBLISHERS \I 1 II 1^ V V, APRIL 27, 1867. ofdeception. Hi* nature may b^^ unsus^^ceptible to the pleading of tract socie^^ties; but that charity that begins at^home, never leaves a comrade hungry^while a crust is in his cabin, or wanting^comfort when kind words and deeds will^secure it. The clenched hand or the^quickly drawn pistol were only the^result of personal independence and de^^termination to protect his life and prop- erty, at one time necessary to thr.ir d^s- Oarcorrespondent* throughout the fense, before law and order had been^Territory ^nU oblige by conforming to the evolved from the chaos of the discordant^fJbHcinq rule*: Limit all commanira- elements of a vortex formed by a thou-^faHM to a h'llf column. Write only on ^an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 27 April 1867

THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, APRIL TheMontana Post D.W. TILTOH, BEN.R. DITTES. D. W. Tll/TOX ^ CO., Publlnhor*and Proprietors. Mcimt tkt City Book Store, corner- of Wallaer mm J^Jmck+on Street; Vtrfinim City. Ratesof Advertising:^tineas Cards, 5 line* or Iom. 3 month*.. ^ 6 00 do.do.do. 6 month*... d\.do.to. 1 year tenline* or leu* 1 insertion. .. do.do.^do. d^^. do.do.^do.^do. 0* square do.do.^do.^do.,^do.^do. Twosquare*. 1^do. t do.t^4m. 1^do. 3^do. ^^do. 1^One-eighth column,^do. do.^do. do.^do. do.^do. do.^do. d^^^do. do.^Oae-^ixth column, do.do. do.d... do.do. do.do. do.do. do-do.^One-fourth column do.do. do.do. da.do. do.do. do.do. do.do.^9aa-half column do.do. do. do.do.^do. insertion do.month,.. do... 1000^15 00^4 00 I do.6 00 1month,10 00 5do. 13 00 3 do. is 00 6do25 00 1year33 00 6 00 9 00 tj 00 1^ 00 do.24 00 do40 00 year63 00 1insertion 5do. 1month18 01 t do25 00 3 da30 01 6 doSO MO 1year70 00 1Insertion10 00 2do. 15 00 1month20 00 2do.r30 00 3do36 00 6 do55 00 1year80* 00 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 27 April 1867
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 27 April 1867
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 27 April 1867

J4KTTKV^ 1HAIK. BT v :'rbi 1.1 1 . THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, I867 j^ - street,(there la bat one now) utter an aii- summits, furnish abundant privileges^^fefcce of two years, the bustle and *eei 1- for irrigation, and upon which are some^ing confusion attendant on Limine**, ut of the. finest ranches, jn as splendid a^ j once proclaim ^^! the outfitting point for *tate of cultivation aa may be found In .n - ths snood that rou wear .Janetf ! Rnme dis,ant Eldorado. Pack trains and any country. Walled around these, like 'a* tArMCl^* ^^ hand in rour hair, my p-t^ ^ vraPon9 were loading, and the -tailing huge, protecting battlements, are the^For the ^ r'J to m^ no ^^^*'^^^ siriK countenances of merchants proclaimed a j cloud-capped peaks, towering grand and^^b roar brown hair veiling your shoulder* healthy and lucrative state of bnirfnew. 1 beatttifirt against th.- skv. And when^^^ wh'1'^ j^Smith ^ (iraeter'8 and John S. Kockfel- the ^steeds of Phrrbus,; are ushering AlIungM ^ hand m you...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 27 April 1867

THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, APRIL 2 7, 18^^7. TheMontana Post 0w TILTO* i co.; PUBLISHERS SATCRDAY, APR IL27, 1867. Weighingttie Baby. How manj pound* does the baby weigh^^Baby who came but a month ago Howmany pounds from the crowning* curl^To the point of the reatlesa toe^ Grandfathertie* the 'kerchief's knot. Tenderlyguide* the twinging weight.^And carefully orer his glasses peers Toread the record, ^only ai^ht. Softlythe echo goes around ; Thefather laughs at the tiny girl ;^The fair young mother sings the words, Whilegrandmother smooths the golden curl, Andstooping above the precious thing, Neties a kiss within a prayer,^Murmuring softly, ^Little one, Grandfatherdid not weigh you fair. Nobodyweighed the baby's smile, Orthe love that came with the helpless one; Nobodyweighed the thread* of care^From which a woman's life is nt^un. Noindex tells the mighty worth^Of a little baby's quiet breath Asoft, unceasing metronome,^Patient and faithful until death. Nobodyweighed the baby's sou...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 27 April 1867

ii. Ma*, HTi IS int. her THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 18^^7. OFKH'IALDIKKCTOKY.^Federal Officers. jjw-RREItN CI.AV SMITH. ^Mre^THOMAft FltANtl!* MKAOHRR. 'fjfgjsfJnsMt* ^ H. L. IlOHMKK. t.m.ri* Jnttirt^I.. H. Wllj.lirroX. L.K. MCXSON. .j ;^,7o,.-* Att'm tirntrttl^Wif. M. 8TAFKOKH.^. , SM/^ Marsk+l^OEO. M. PlWlf*T. (..v f ^^^^. Marmkitl^J. X. BKIHLJtR.^mgfitmmr General^M. BoV|^. 4vt*^r Internal Rrrsnne^T. C. ETRltTS*.^rmlUrrar internal I/errnae^X. p. LaN^;K'^ki^.^Clerk I * ' ' Cmmrt^I.. 8. Pki'K Va.^C'rrk -U Judicial Mrtrirt^C. K. IkVlXR. Silver Ssr*-V Judicial District^Cham. W. Fowlkr,^Helens. ~ Territorial0;tleers. dw^lnHSH. Mrm^rrsaswrer^JoilX s. RfM'KFTI.U)W. ofPublic Instruction^A. M. 8. CaKPKKTEB CountyRetorders. jlsdson..^^eo. W^. Hill j Kdgerton.. R. C. Ewiug^Beaverhead B.IVabody I Gallatin.. . . Thoe. Cover^Oeer Lodge J^ Bniwn | Jefferson.. Frank Wells jImmtherCountyW. T. Richardson. JlwmuiwFrank A. Woody. MunicipalOfficers of Virginia City. iljyrJ. M. CA8TXBR. Atto...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 27 April 1867

8 THE MONTANA POST\ SATIJRDAY, APRIL 27, 186 7 TheMontana Post. I20J186T. SAXl AY,APRIL OtTRAOEXTS. A.B. HAStrLTO*. is our Armt at Fort Heatoa. MlA. J. i^MITH is our Atrent at Itannack. .1 M 1'i-n. Sterling. Hot Spring Distrie*. Oeo.S. RawliX(;^. Silver Creek. J.M. Mux*. Silver Bow. Jakf.8Stuart, Dwr Lodge. Worpen* Co.. Hell Gate. Agencyof Poet, 53 Bridge street, Helena. JOHNtempus. Junction City. W.P. Parsons, Gallatin City. MaxWagner. German Gulch. H.H. hatiiawat, Highland District.^P. Church. Summit City.^campbell St Co.. ConfederateGulch.^r. C. Johnson. Blaekfoot. I.N. Buck. Boulder Valley. S.W. Foreman, Reynold*' City. Elk Creek. is.V. Ball, Beartown. J.W. MAORUERT. Rocker City. J.S. W11.11 oh St Louis, Mo. I..P. Piaher, San Francisco. Cal. HENRTRlERDEN, Argen'a. Jno.Thorxi.et, of Virginia, i* our authorized^Agpnt to receive subscribers and moneys. His.^receipt will be good. Salmon Kiver ! ^Read. ^ Having succeededin makinr the necessary arrangements^with Messrs. OliTer St Co.,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 4 May 1867

THEMONTANA POST. A .NcwKpapcr, Wevoted t ^^ the Mineral, A-grioxiltui-al and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. VOL.3, NO. 36. VIRGINIACITY. MONTANA, SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1867. WHOLENO. HI. TheMontana Post, 3W TILTON 1 CO.. - -PUBLISHERS y4, 1867. O'trcorre*pondcntM throughout the^ferritoru ,r^'^hy conforming to the Muringml**: Limit all commit nica-^t.t it huff column. Write, only on^^^ xid^ of the j^iper, plainly and con-^,i*elij. Mirting nete* sfiould he trritten^ipiMt'ty from other nt^r* ; hruf, *tati*-^\jedmmi n liable. Write only ic/uit trill^;^ ^ f pohlie intercut. A raid permtnalitii x.^t;j., ^/,^(, ^ind'tddreat, TIte name of the^^rriter muti accompany tuteh letter. An^^ t ^ tin** rule* trill enable u* to^aWsHrtV insertion to communication*;^i dfiitrt'tre from them inll account for^^nu-apptarancs in nearly crcry in*tancc. CONTKNI S OK THIS NUMBER. jA(,f 1Our Continental Railways; Robbing jvterto I*av Paul: The Cloud Burstinir: M^xi-^^^n Atroeitie* ; A Dillficrcv nf Oj.in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 4 May 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, MAY 4 . 1867. TheMontana Post Baileywa^ sent for and put the bones in j present engaged in writing a novel, dott't you get your ear* cropped ^ they^place, lie informs us it will finally be | many of the incidents in wliich are said are entirely too long for a man.^ ^ Ami^all right, but that Mr. Oarber will be : to be drawn from her own lif^'. ... Rosa- yours,^ replied Patrick, ^ought to be^laid up for three or tour months befoie lie Durand died suddenly at Sidney, j lengthened ; they are too short for a^he will have use of his leg . . .The Yreka j Australia, on the 8th of December. She J mule.^. . . .We asked an old farmer what waswell known as an English opera ' was the best time to put in rye. He^singer. . . .The Presidential mansion of j looked at his watch and replied ! ' This^Jefferson Davis in Richmond, Va., D.W. T1LT0K, BE*.R. DITTES. d.w. ni/ron ^ ^^.. Iu bl i^liem and Proprietors. Ofeeat the City Book Starr, comer of Wallace and^Jmckton Streets, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 4 May 1867

nico^erT and Development--Yield of Claims^I-Good Pay--Ye Little Village--* Dairy SpecialCorrespondence. Believingthat, on Wanted.KlirTOK I*^wT ostextnmf northwest mining camp i^th^* Territory, it n^ar be of interest t*^ j FKO!-!HIGHLAND. FnrT^K Viwt:^For some time past^j we have been without civil officer*, but !^i at a late meeting of our County Com ' liiiHionrr*. a new township. (H**^\ Moun untof the nuntnir l^etnp dcn^ in tins 1. ,1 ^' ^w flloUD It^m^ was formed, and a special election ' orderedfor last Saturday. During the! |w^-ek the Democrats railed a caucus and r ^ ^. . , ... nominated an out and out Demorrntir part-ilj^ ^ S*J*J ~* .nformat.on tieket. two Justices rffe^rUt^S^,^thrmghyour excellent Mrt, trusting it Constables. After this nomination, a '^will 5^e received by you in the spirit in I Republican ticket was put in the field. )^w hich it is prompted. This gulch is sit ; which. w^* unanimously elected by about I ,iatednorthwest of the relcbrated Mc- fr^T^Lu T}^^ ^ 'r1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 4 May 1867

TIIB M ^ | N T ANA P OST,~ SAT I' R DAY, MAY 4 , 18^^7 TheTlontiina Post, i 1S^7. REPORTEDBY THE W. U. TELEGRAPH COMPANY,^EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE 7RI-WEEKLY POST. Latestnews from all parts of lie World DATESTO MAY THIRD. IndianiWn^ Karthquakr In^.^III) lene-^w York KlectloiiM-^Purbla i'^]i(nn^d by the l.lhcral*^^ ICartliuuakc In Kanaaia and ^H I-^mmiH -Tho European Trouble* ^^The Injunction eaae^ tflch Tar-^1IT Tlovrmrui-Port Rnlnnl *^t^-^Wtm r.^|^^ h ii ^ orijerenee ^ Ko-^*^^contracts.^The U. I^. K. It. re-^eonimeneed ^ (onflagrallon In^Texftw-Soufh ^ arollna Politic*^^4 onpoii bond elreular^^Death of^Admiral Itlnstrold J^ fl^* trial to^he postponed The Pre*ld^iit*n^poMillon on Keeonatr iictlon^In*^dlan^ on the Platte Fighting go^1 on^W Hmoii In the South -Ala^^bama Itadleal^Naval ^ bangeM^The .Hrxlmn Resolution ^ omlnu^to a Foeua^ Judiciary ( oiitmldi e^In Se**lon- Dnrmi to be Hmn^rd^^t'nbnn Failure*^Ed. TI. Stanton^to t^e ^ointuated tor President ^^London Papera on the European^Sit t...

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