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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 25 May 1867

THEMONTANA POST. Newspaper, Devoted to the Mineral, Agrimiltnra^ and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory, VOL.X NO. 39. VIRGINIACITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1867. TheMontana Post. D.tf. T1LT0H 1 PUBLISHERS s\TIUOAY, M \ V 25, 1867. ft - -wrr. ^.^/^ uU throughout the^^ rrv '^^ 'V^v ^y conforming to the^folloving rule*: Limit all eomtnunfai-^jjfgf to a half column. Write only ^m^p iper, plainly and con-^d$ely. Mining news should be written^teparnhly from other news; brief, statis-^t; .,' ind reliable. Write only what trill^be ofp^i'^ ir interest. Avoid personalities,^(fice tlate and address. The name of the^tenter mu*t accompany each Utter. An^WsWwtnce t ^ these rules will enable- us to^yipe early insertion to communications;^,i d'part'tre frjm them trill account for^,...^-^//'/^^ 'f'f/i'V in marly every instance. CONTEXTS W THIS NUMBER. P*'.F1 ^ Republicans Organize ; PomeMion t^^ be^tJi^en Immediately; Koratnw vs. Reality; Tna^Uodil.n, of Liberty; Sin no M.ire; Set Them to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 25 May 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, MAY 25, 18^i7 TheMontana Post D.W. T1LT01, BEN.R. DITTES D. W. TILTO\ ^. CO., Pnblkkm and Proprietors. Ofirrmt tkt City Book Store, corner of rVmllmc* mud^Vxrgmio City. Termsof Omcopy. ^^^ year#8 00 do. aix months.5 00 do. three months.3 SO Ratesof Advertising: BusinessCards, 5 lines or less, 3 months,^do.do. do. 6 months, do.do, do. 1 year,.., Oaesquare, ten lines or less. 1 insertion, . do. do.do. do.oath,.^do. 91^I 3 6do.^1 rear, 6 00 1000^15 00^4 00^6 00^10 00^13 00 do15 00 .. 25 00^. 35 00^6 00^8 00^IS 00^. 18 00^34 00^. 40 00^. 65 00^8 00^. 12 00^18 00^. 25 00^. 30 00 do.do.^do. do.do. do. do.do. do. do.do. do. Twosquares. 1 insertion, do.t do do.1 month,.... . . do.2 do. do.3 do. do.f^ do. do.1 year, Ose-eighthcolumn, 1 insertion do.do. 2 do. do.do. 1 month... do.do. 2 do. do.do. 3 do. do.do. 6 do. 50 00 do.do. 1 year,70 00 Oae-sixthcolumn. 1 insertion.10 00 do.do. 2 do. 15 00 do.do. 1 month,20 00 do.do. 2 do.f 30 00 do.do. 3 do.36 00 do.do. 6 do.5...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 25 May 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY. MAY 1867. As AHundred Yean Ago. Onehundrv^l years ago there was not^.. single white man in Ohio, Kentucky,'^or Illinoi* Territories. Then, what is'^now the most flourishing part of Ameri- j^ra. was as little known as the mountains^of the moon. It was not until 1769 that|^the hunter of Kentucky, the gallant and '^adventurous Boone, left his home in |^North Carolina to become the first set-i^:]^T of Kenfucky. The first pioneer of !^Ohio did not settle until twenty years^afterwards. A hundred years ago, (^ana- j^da belonged to France, and the whole;^population of the United States did not j^exceed a million and a half. A hundred^vear.-* h^-o, the irreat Frederick of Prus-;^gia was j^erforming those exploits which !^have made him immortal in military an- I^rials, and with his little monarchy, was^sustaining a single handed contest with i^Ru^Ma. Austria and France, the three^^rreat powers Of Europe, combined. Ahundred years ago the United States^were the most ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 25 May 1867

I I THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1867. Thefiontaiia Post. SATURDAY, MAY 2 5, 1867. TheSupreme Conrt, after delivering various : Ciscishati, May 18.^Ira H. Taylor. .nidi-|^opinion*, baa adjourned till the first Monday tor of the Atlanta A Chattanooga Kuilroad, !^of December.blew out his brains on lui^t Sunday. It is CaseNo. 14. the State of Mississippi com- I fen-eel insanity was the cause,^plainant. v.*. Secretary Stanton and Generals Fox, the billianilst, is believed to have com- ,^Grant and Ord, is decided by the court. The muted suicide, fearing he would lose^ the j^motion was made for leave to file an amend- ' championship. lie bad a distrust of meeting REPORTEDBY THE W. U. TELEGRAPH COMPANY,^EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE TRI-WEEKLY POST. Latestnews from aQ parts of the World! OdCU\f^^-Thf Treaty Ratified^-The Fenian noney-Davlsin ^r\v^York-Primula amkoTime The Na^^tional I nl..ii ^ onimlllee^^^Rankin Safe Tlie ^vi f ^^Insti ppi In-,^Junetlon DIsmlciM'd .Tfeeilntfw in^IhpKoalh-ll l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 25 May 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY. MAY 25, 1867. ,^n IRHVftUUMf QI ESTIOV^^^^!.. *%^DKR^OX THKSTA^D, Onlast Sundav Col. \V. F Sander* re^tarnrd from the State*. A* the advocate^of the bill annulling the bogus Legisla- $2500in -crip for a decision in favor of the tionof Montana, the day of bin return 1 validity of the Assembly. I throw aside the^to Montana, when he should come before 1 flimsy and ingenious di.'guise* by which the transactionwas sought to becoTered and name coarseno honest man was moved from his ; men, I think, wlio faithfully served tQe coun-^convictions by such influences. Intimidation try in her perilous hoars. wastried and failed, and finally the role ended lank you to consider this legislation on its^in an open attempt at bribery. One Judge merits, and not as it has been misrepresented^was, as a puni^hm^nt, sent among the Indi- I to you, and thanking you for your attention, ans,and it was proposed to Rive another bid you good night. thepeople and vindicate the conduct o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 25 May 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1867. FBOnTHE ARJIY. TheSaddle and Bivouac^Old Glory^Kindly^Received^The Colds (reams Eclipsed^After^Hair^The Pitiless Storm^A Captain in his^Element. EditorPopt :^According to promise,^I now furnish you with a few items re^^garding our company since leaving Vir^^ginia, and hope that you will excuse any^stylistic or orthographic errors that may^occur, having no Webster or Worcester^along. After leaving Virginia City on^the 3d of May, we marched across the^divide and camped at the Eight Mile^House ; everything pleasant and lovely ;^our men acting all that could he desired^from old soldiers. In the morning,^mounted early, and camped about noon^at Phil. Parnes, on Meadow Creek, where^we had the pleasure of seeing Brigadier^General Thoroughman coming up in the^evening and presenting to us the beau^tifnl flag sent by the Mesdaraes Hosmer.^Bartlett and McMath. It was received^with three hearty cheers and a tiger^and as the boys once more beheld the^old ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 25 May 1867

CIALDIRECTORY. FederalOfficers. OREKN CLAY SMITH. THnMuraaacm Mbaohs*. *fJV^,r,_H. L. Hosmkr. is**;^l. E. MtTfsOK. 'General^W^. M. 8TaFFORI^.^^ jJSS Jtf^rW-QKO. M. pixnkt.^^lWP .^ V-rsAaW. X. BRn.ler.^^'^r'.General^W. BOTD.^^^L- Interval Revsnue^T. C. evkrt*. RjEhMf^^rt-L. 8- Peck. Va.^si judicial District^42. e. iRVixt, 8ilver ujudicial District^CHAS. W. Powijr.R,^Territorial OfBcers. tuduor-JOHSH. Ml*0^]am\jmr J^^'* S. rookftu.ow. ffPvMic Instruction^K ms. c\RrFN-TKR CountyRecorders. Geo.W. Hill | E^ljrertoa. tHE MO N T A N A PCS T. S AT U RD A Y V M AY 2 5, 18 67. latWyears Dr. Matthewgnn wa* goiu^-^what extensively engaged in mining^operations. He was also an assistant engineerunder United States Surveyors^Hayes and Mandeville. Dr. Matthew t^o i^was about forty-seven years of age. an i leavesa wife in this city... .The Alpine^Chronicle says: General Hid well em^^phatically denies having agreed to pack^.John Connens through the coming can-^vass : and the squatters throughout Cal^...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 25 May 1867

8 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY. MAY 2r 18(57. TheMontana Post. i SATURDAY, WAY 25, 1867. Ol'RACiEXTS. a.B. H AMTLTOJI. is our Agent at Fort Benton.^MR. A. J. Smith U our Agent at Butaek. J.M. FlfH Sterling. Hot Sprin* District. Geo.8. Rawi,iVi.s. 8ilver Creek. J.M Mll.LS. Silver Bow. JamesStcart. Deer Lodge. WostUENA Co.. Hell Gate. AIrenej- of Pout, 52 Bridge street, Helena. JOHKTEMPLE. Junction City. W.P. Paksons. Gallatin City. Maxw ma'kr German Gulch. H.H. Hatha awt. Highland District.^F. Chi k^ ii. Summit City.^Campbell St Co., Confederate Gulcb. R.C. JOHSiSoN. Blackfoot, I.N. Bitk. Boulder Vallev. 8.W. FOREMAN. Reynolds' City. Elk Creek 8.V. Ball Beartown. J.W. MaRRLEKY. Rocker City. J.8. Williams. St. Louis. Mo. L.P. Fisher, San Francisco. CaL HEXRTRlEKDEX, irgena. JNo.O. Olcex, of Virginia, in our authorised^A rent to receive subscriber* and money*. His receiptwill be rood. Govewith Provisions.^By the Rich^^ard* and Boyer part v. wbo ret urn*-.1 from Fort^Smith r few days sinc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 1 June 1867

THEMONTANA POST. V ^^'\vsj)ap^M-, Drvoicd to tlit* Mineral, aV^i*ic^iil tiii^il iiiml Commercial Interests oi~ 3Iontana Territoi\v. VOL.3, NO. to. The.Montana Post. VfctGIMACITY. MONTANA, SATURDAY, JUNE l, 1867. WHOLENO. 145. p.... THTON ^ C3 UtUSHEBS - ,;.rr,*poiuU%U throughout Uu^|^fH^^ry ,f*^ obli^*ii^H^on f:^rr:.ii^g tn the^following rules: Uirat oil ^^,,^,) rummies^tionst4 m half column. Write ^mfy on^', jtaper, pl'iiulp and con-^ritelf- !-r ' **** should be written^gmumteljj from other iu\e* ; brief, rtatis-^'Write on ft/ irlufl inU^' .^^'. Av-'i'l }^r^^n-*litu*.^(Jire d'tU ^ 1 'ddrem. 'The name o f the^writer mwt ^^rrtimponj/ eaeh letter. An^rfh'n nee t-t th^*e. rule* will enable it* to^',,/.^ rfion t^^ eornm^: iiir-.ttioux ;^^i departure fr^m t7ie.rn icifl account for^Wtpp earanee in nearly ectry inMince. i'tINTENTS Or THIS NI'MBEW.^Pack! ^ Tit-'T wi self -be True : Cn-ted we Stand,^fSiMtri They Fall ; In tbe R'ght Direction .^\T1iHt Corn** ^Wirt* A landmark Imjwl;^_^ M^- ^^...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 1 June 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1867 TheMontana Post. D.W. TILTON, BEN.R. DITTES D. W. TII/TO^ 6t CO., Publishersand Proprietors. Ofieeax tMt C^ty Rnok Store, rnrmrr of WmUmrt ^nd^Jackson Streets. \~irgi^i* Citu. OneMM, d^.^4a Termsof Subscription : oneyear*f sixmonths.p ll threemonth* *^0 Ratesof Advertising: Busine* Canls, 5 lines or lew, 3 months. . ^ fi OO^do.do. 6 months... 10 00 do.do.do. 1 year.15 (Mi Onesquare, ten line* or leas, 1 insertion. do.do.^do.^do.^do.^do. do.do.^do.^do.^do.^do. do.do. do.do.^do.^do. do. 4Ou 600 Twosquares, 1 insertion. do, 1month10 00 2do13 00 3doIS 00 6 do. 25 00 1year35 00 C 00 8 00 do do.do. do.3 do. 24 00 do.6 do. 40 00 do.1 year,*S 00 Oae-eitfhtheolnmn, 1 insertion. 1month12 00 2do. -r H ^* 3 do.do.^do.^do.^do. do. d do. .1.. do.do.^do. do. 0012 00 month,It* 00 do25 00 do30 00 d50 00 1year70 00 One-sixthcolumn. 1 insertion,10 00 do.do. do- di^do.^do.^do.^do.^do. do. 1500 1monthmm 2dor30 00 3do36 00 6 do.55 00 1year^^ 00 One-fonttlicolumn. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 1 June 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY. JUN E 1, 1807. 3 ml f*fn Portrait, of Lfadliiif^''^epubllran ( ongrewmrn. Ohio,they nay, has the strongest dele-; ti(,nin the Houf^e; and it is manifest.^7he most dogmatic. Evidently, it gym^,1,1..*..* with the fallen ^ Son of the^Morning.^ *nd writes on the frontlet, '^-To be weak is to be miserable.^' Here ,^i-, Garneld, from thai good freehold^^t ideas which Oiddings taught and^learned from tor twenty turbulent years. '^\ fair-tsced. nervous, largo-browed' man,^ajU of strange whims, and bearded like'^the l^ard. he talks with muscles, veins^and sinews, as well as with voice, and is j^quite too lavish of all. A gallant, dash^^ing goldit-r. one fancies that he brings I^his tactics into hall. He sweeps up^,,, ],i* object with ^blare of bugle clamor^mea roll of cannon and clash of arm-. '^gdsfs if it is possible, if not retires in; order,nothing discom fitted, and^iuakes another foray at the first opj^or i^tunity. It is quite ea*y to believe the^report that...

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

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, J1' N E 1, 1867 TheMontana Post. itATl'RDA'Y,JI Nl 1, 1867. Wasbtsotos.Mav 24.^The Herald's special^^n_v-: Ju^igf K-llj^hiiiv.h) in Charlotte, N.C..^on .hurtday, and was very cordially received^hy the Mayor and several Confederate officer*.^He addrested a large meeting la.^t evening NewYork, May 23.^In the race to-duy^between Dexter and tbe Lady Thome for ten^thousand dollar:!, the latter waa distanced the^second heat^lime, 2:22. Memphis.May 28.^A fire this morning de composedmn^tly of white*, and was frequent- Btroyed Greenwood A Loeb's dry good* eetab- lyapplauded. While in Chariton, he re-^i reived invitations to visit Concord, Salisbury, 1^| Greenville and Danville, lie left for the lat-^' t^^r piace la.-t night IheHerald *aj* the Fenian^ are making ex- i^i ten.-ive preparation.- for war; that ammunition , lifbinent.Lose, $100,000. lutared to the^amount of $Ui,UG0. NewYore, May 2V.^The Herald's London^special, dated la^t night, says: In the llou^e^of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 1 June 1867

THE MONTANA PuST, SATUKDAY, JUNK 1, 18o7~ THKTIASTEB'S TOK II. lie*unheard i.the still **r m I the n'lirh marble beanty hides unswn ;^_ mmkr the tniJ*ic and the beauty, need* TeeMaster s touch.the Sealptor's chisel keen. ,Trrl Let r.tooch oa with thy skilful^I 8 fbat ill in us die : !r. hew and p^^li^)i us : nor let.^r{ Umt, Thy form within us lie. strike : do with us as Thou wilt;^a n^Hi7tit iintiuished. brokee raarred -purpose, that we mav becotne -e i in ' ...ir 'it^! ai, i I...r.l. old; Horace Greelev. o(5 ; T^ongfellow, 60,^ami Ben. Watl^\ (^7. .. .Rt'Verlv Tucker,^! who is proscribed in the United States,^I recentlvy,t mveled from San Luis Potoai^to the city of Mexico, and was robbed^1 five times. . . .Prince Salm Salra, a Get*^j man officer who served in the Union^a tuny during the recent war. is now in^nu.and of Maximilian*s forces parri-^nine; the city of Orizaba. .. .Mr. Colfax^i- the only man except Henry day who^has been honored with three elections^to the Speakership. ....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 1 June 1867

THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAY. JUNE I, 1867. TheMontana Post. 2SATIRDAT,JI ne 1, 186T. nhom; ti r^ next * Wehad * rumor a day or two since^that Idaho City was hurned. The fol^^lowing Extra reached here yesterday,^and we give it entire, as it is of interest^to many of our readers. It is a warning^to every mining town : Fromtbs Idaho World. Another^;reat Conflauratlon !^Ida^^ho City Ann In In Aahe* ^ ^ \tarly^Ibe Whole City Burned Justafter noon, yesterday, flames^were seen issuing from the roof of John^Cody's saloon, southwest corner of Main^and Wall streets. The alarm was given^instantly. At the time it was sounded^in our office, we had just completed an^article in which we referred to the fact^that this would be the second anniver^^sary ot tin* great fire of May 18, 186.5,^which laid this city in ashes, and recom^^mending to our citizens generally a^greater degree of watchfulness during^the day and night, to guard against a^rej^tit ion of the calamity. Theiak was^not dry upon the pape...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 1 June 1867

THE MONTANA POST, s A1^ WKD AF^ ^ J;U X K 1, 1807. rtrFlClAT DHiKCTORY^Federal Officers. ,^_T.RERN CLAY SMITH.^^^L^-TMOXAX KKANHS MKAfiHRR. Homm^.^*zH^Lu Juliet^U. B. WlU.ISTOS. snsnd33 Ml ^ ^^SS K * Mavakas-J. X. *rT. c. Kverts.^iw^^ p. LiMNM^^' 5 District Court^i... s. peck. v*. J^i/.iai IHitrict^V. E. IK vine, Silver Fowler, Stafford. M.PlXJTBT. Bkiii.kr. Cem Interned lMMH ^^i.-W Judicial District^CH as. W. TerritorialOiBeers. us U. Min.; T__J.H^ S. R^^KrT.IXOW.^tfPublvr Instruction^A. M. 8. CARTEfrTM AuditorIVf* CountyRecorders. FROMHO/in\N. TheFort Smith Supply Train^Arrivals--Pro^motions, etc. , Fromour l^rn'^r Correspondent. EditorPost : The expedition in^charge of stores and provisions for Fort^('. F. Smith, Col. De Lacy in command,^moved oat from Headquarters at 2 o.clock^yesterday,p. m. There are forty-two men^in tbe command, well armed and equip^^ped, and in excellent discipline. It is be^^lieved it will be a success. GovernorMeagber and staff arrived^last evening Mi fWeb...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 1 June 1867

s THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY. JUNE 1, 1867. TheMontana Post. SATURDAY, JUJTK 1, 18flT. AssuranceDoubly Sure.^Colonel Lfwiiis jn receipt of a dispatch from General C. C.^Angrr, dated the 24th inst.. which acta at reat all doubtsaa tu the government authorizing the or^^ganisation of the Montana Militia. It aaya ex- ToWhom it May Concern.^An old ladyand old ladies pay more attention t. such^thing* than younger ladies do^says if a little coal^oil (carbon) ia placed in the water with which ^ar-^den vegetable* are sprinkled it will prevent grass OIKA^.KMS. Mi.B. II \wr t^^^*, is our Agent at Fort Benton. M. A. j. Smith lasn Agent at Ttaiinack.^J M. IT.M, Sterling Hot Spring District. fiF.o.fr. Ktwusfis. Silver Creek.^J. M. Mills Silver Bow.^James sttart. Peer Lodge.^WoKDCKaCO., Hell (late.^Agewcv ^-f Post. 5J Bridge street Helena.^JOHN^TtHI'LK, Junction City.^^W. I*. Parsons. Gallatin CRy.^Max Waoxer. German Gitlch.^II. II. IIathaawt. Highlaod District.^P. CHl Ki II. Summit plicitly.^orga...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 8 June 1867

THEMONTANA POST. V XeAvspajxT, Devoted to tli^* Mi^orCal* - V^j^x-i^'iilt ni-nl and Commercial Intrr^^sts ^^!^ Montana Territory. VOL. VIRGINIACITY. MONTANA, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1807. WHOLENO. 146. n.W. T;LT0N I CO.. -FU5USHEPS ^/./.- f-,;M*pond'ntM throughout the^Territory trill oblige by conforming to the^^ , j r'i'c* : Limit, nil communica^^tion* t^ a half column. Write only on '. 4,000 this su turner^.:^!^ th^ pa:- r. i^'ain'y and r,.^-^, Mi,dug hri** should be irri't-^^^, ^ ^ '// from other intra ; brief, atatia-^,:^iahl-\ Writi only trfi.it trill^he of public intercut. Aeoid personalities.^,; ^lit a ,^l addrrjt*. Tlie natm of the^^rritT moat accompany each letter. An^^ ^^ ' ' f'i ae r^^^* triU enable ^t* to^, 7 r\^ ^ia. riion to communications; withadditional opportunities for de^^struction in tin- fiat urn, nnd shield tii*-m^from punishment f t the pas', nave all^to gain by the treaty. The fallacy of^this policy will be apparent in the future^if it is not now. When we should ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 8 June 1867

THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY. JUNE 8, 1867. The.Montana Post. 0.W. TUTOR,BEN. R. DITTES D. W. TI1/TOIV Sl CO., PnblInner* and Proprietors. Of.ceat ike City Book Store, corner of ffaUae* and^Jarkeen Streets, llrfinla City. Termsof Subscription:^Ou^ copy. ^tnm year#6 00 do. *ix month*... 5 00 do. three months.3 30 Ratesof Advertising: BusinessC.irtlK. 5 lines or lens, 3 month*..$ 6 00 do. do. do. 6 months,..10 00 do. do. do. 1 yearIS 00 (H^ square, ten lines or 1cm, 1 i^wtiom, ..4 00 do. do. do. 2 do.6 00 do. do. do. 1 month,10 00 do. do. do. 2 do13 00 to. do. do. 3 do. 15 00 do. do. do. 6 do. 25 00 to. do. do. 1 year35 00 Twosquama, 1 insertion,6 00 do. 2 do. 8 00 do. 1 month.12 00 do. | do. 18 00 do. I do. 24 00 do. ^ do. 40 00 do. 1 year65 00 Oae-eighthcolumn, 1 inanition8 00 do. do. 2 do. 12 00 do. do. 1 month18 00 do. do. 2 do25 00 do. do. 3 do30 00 do. do. 6 do. 50 00 do. ^ do. 1 yes*70 00 One-sixtheolnmn. 1 insertion,10 00 do. do. 2 do. 15 00 do. do. 1 month,20 00 do. do. I do.r30...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 8 June 1867

OHTHE WIWC.^Mine* on the East Bank mf th^ Missouri Uttkiwms known of the rich deposits^at gold in gulches and bars east of Last C'hanreacross the Missouri River, less^#f the many small streams heading in a^.par St HM B*^11 n^1^. *n^i mingling^their waters with the Father of Streams,^until the winter of '64. when Jack Thomp^ion and party struck what was by him^instinctively but inappropriately, under^the fallacious impression of the eventual^success of the C. S. A., named CONFEDERATEOCLCH, ofwhich nothing was known, beyond anmefair prospects in the gulch, of the^rich and extensive bar and placer mines^but a short dist nice above. This camp was^then styled Baker's District. Early in^^ft.^), a party from Virginia, composed^principally of Germans, found rich pay^further up Confederate in the gulch^channel, where now may be seen their^first work, pumps and water wheel, at^the lower end of the present Diamond^dty. Little time elapsed ere these hardy^^ax^n^ explored the vicinity of their^,...

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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 8 June 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, JUNE 8. 1867. Theflout mm Post SA X U R D A Y, J Im K 8, 1867. Avpwih, Md., May 31.^Tk* State Con-1 Calais to Dover, to coat 400,000,000f enUOn.by twenty majority. has decid^^d that^the Constitution now being framed should^contain a 4nM removing the disability here^^tofore imposed upon negroes, preventing them^from testifiying in the State Courts. NewYoke, June 1.^Hayti advices to the^19th say the country is tranquil. Salrator it Thelast re ^ri strati on in New York City^shows 12(1.5:51 voters, an increase of over^700 on the last registration. . . .The val^^uation of Chicago is nearly $8^j.000,000.^Tha income from'taxes is $1,700,000. . . .^There are alvout 500 female telegraph continuedat Provisional President. It is be- operators now employed in this country. REPORTEDBY THI W. U. TELEGRAPH COMPANY^EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE TRI-WEEKLY POST. lived he would accept the Presidency. It is^supposed Solouque has returned, but he will^not, it is thought, take any part...

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