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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 January 1865

f ^ * ^*?$ :' - ' x x' ilmt%L t# * ^* t tk K B TJ J jX Wt f?li *J ir * _ THE MONTANA POST. E. w. TI1T0H, ft CO., Editor, ft Proprietor!. .. My Country, Kay the Always be right, But My Country, Bight or Wrong. ^ TEEMS:-$7,S0 Per Tear in Advance VOL. 1. VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1865. NO. 21. ^^7 t. .^ felt ^* i\ 4- ^* ?(1 A ^^> i BI SINESS CARDS, San V ranclsco Corrrsimndrnce. I I !,^ ,%f eh a timr,. .^^!, . />ntrnrArl w iv^ nnd rnvelirm. nnd scowlinc ^ A deeert solitude alone ^nrMil. I M> fc* Montana WfiftL i -^ ^ j TD I D. W. Tilton, ^ Co., II ' B W. Tiltox. Be-. R. Dittm. ! w i ri'BMSHKRS AXD rr.OPRlKTORS. , Office a* '^1C City Book Store. Corner pre] ^t Wallace and Jackson Street*. I or i j TERMS: | *!TJ B One copy, one year, .... $7..r>0 1 : one copy, fix months, .... a.ou . 1~J | uoe copV. three months, - - - 2.50 * i .. ^- ^ ^ ^ ^ . ^ , i gin j nates ot Adrertiainf. ; ? j Pn-iners cards, (five lines or lass,) one year *,2Q Oft aest | *...

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. — 14 January 1865

lae Montana fist. ^ 1 - ^ - ^ of w ^. *T. IILTON * CO., Proprietor*. t,am VIRGINIA CITY, M. T. ^ dian y deni Saturday, . ... Jan 14th, 1865. than * ~r ? j | | iag nsnt 8 Iiernian - as Christinas ^;if* to Prest- c3 ( deet Lincoln. - ^ F The noblest and most welcome Christmas to gift ever presented by one man to tbe rep- qni resentative of a nation, is the city of Sa- gar vannah, which Sherman l as given to Pros- Mo idant Lincoln, as a voucrher for tho success bot of hit enterprise. Never since the war was gra ^rat proclaimed, till now, did the Union wh cause appear so prosperous as it does to- \ Tal day; and never did the dark clouds fore- eaI boding the stJrru carrying ruin in itsatrr.ck, Scj so darkly lower over tho Confederacy. The 0f desperato game will soon be played out, ant and remcree clone will bo the portion of j on the guilty leaders who have deduced their erj lgnornnt followers ^o tho commission of tit] %tbo ktllieh crime of rebellion. One by 6no the armies of the South a...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 January 1865

^ ^ dir tBi SnS paper in THE TERRITORY Si PITS ACEMS. j?a^r Bros cf Virginia City, ia our authorised ! ntj At^t to receive subscriptions, and moueys for I hi: can*. H^ recipt will b* good. _ 144 MjlJ- UrsoK. of Tor: Beat an, it oar authorix*d | ac. ^r^r,t si * ort Eenicn and vicinity. at ' rcwunus k Co., at Silver Cr**;; : gh T. J. Uesr:u., at Prickly Psar; | km Alii the Carriir, going frcrn this city t* Fort j 0'^ Jintar.: Ne Xk* Post-Master, at Bannock City; M. alio the i'uri-Masttr at Salt Lake; ii*. Jab, Btcanr at Deer Lodge. Ms, FkA HC Woaiers. at Hell Gate* Da. Ovsr-uisA* , at 8a mm it. *rc T. N'. Lr.wis. of Summit Vaiiey District, Deer tin l>lr* County. tjt All of Ik* abovs named genllstaen ars author- ' itsd to r^c*iV* subscriptions for the paper, adver | tuiat cr job work, and roceint '^w tbe tame. j ? f-?^- - . _ . _ i y_ { th I.OCA- AND OTIIF.K XTETrlS. | ^ -==- ~ ' = | J Q ! Mr. Tilton. the Ser.ior member of this firm, ^ ;iu | I tririi iy last night's cop.ch, direct f...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 January 1865

w LATEST BIT TIIL^GIt At'EI. I the ! i tlivii Cairo, Doc. 22. | ,0-d Orleans dates to the 15th, says, the nine transport Clinton, from Galveston ^on the d ij 12th, had arrived at New Orleans With 342 suip exchanged prisoners from Camp Grace, i puis Tolas. The men who were in the most prod wretched condition, had been supplied with our necessary articles for their comfort by the f ov ; agent of' the Sanitary Commission. j ry, 1 A late Matnmoras paper states that rein- wen ferecraents had Larrived ft'opi Brazos. San- men tiugo, swelling our force there to 2,000, i old i 1,5 .0 of whom were negroes. The Babels the make frequent saliies from Brownsville, ed t which is not fortified, and have numerous , Ro,: skirmishes with the Federal troops. i f te New York, Dec. Z2. ! ^ur t^y the Africa, from LIveipool the IOtb. W'!p K^>wa is unimportant. There is an imme- 1 dir.te rrrospect of the reduction of tba Bank^1 j*'* of Kfigland rates to six per cent. The Confederate loan was depressed by...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 21 January 1865

THE?IQNTANA POST. p. W. TILTOK, ^ CO., Editors ^ Proprietors. * ^^^'^^^^^^- - ^ My CountjT. May she Alwayg be right, But My Country, Sight or Wrong. ^ TEEMS: ~$7, 50 Per Year in Advnat* i t VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1865. NO. 22 Ri si?r^^ *>>^... ^ ^^^^^^^_^^_^^^ ^^^^^^ ?________ssssssmsb_ flit ptantaua l?0stl= D. W. Tilton, ^ Co., I _ . W. Tavnv. Bkx. R. Drms. *_? pronrH PUBUSHEHS AXD PROPRIETORS. I frjPn(l( Offirr at the City Book Store, Corner j prepor ef Wallace and Jackson Streets. or ww TERMS: begt th 'One eopy, one year, i $7730 T E? Obs copy, iix racnths, .... 4. 00 *3 ^fas copy, three months, .... 2. 50 Man -^ ^ ^^^ ^ 1,. ginial ITatrs of Advertising. ^ P?'^j Bans -fs e-.rc% (five lines or less.) one year $20 00 assort! ^' ^ ^ r ^ *^ six months, 15 CO made 1 11 t^ ^ ^ ^ ^ three months 1OC0 Oae ?. u:ir^ on* year, (tin lines or less) 40 00 One squ^i a six months ^ ^ ^ * 25 00 One square, three months ^ ^ ^ 15 00 ^ Quarter column, one year, ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 21 January 1865

Shf gtontaiui ICost. j . ! ^ D. tr. ^XTOr^ * CO., Proprietor. 1 VIRGINIA CITY, M. T. !: ^ ^^ O h Saturday, ^ - - - Tan 21th. 1865. ! I _ j Tho Seat of Government. It is always a matter of considerable im- I portancc, to (ix the most eligible site for the | capital cf a State or Territory, and several , considerations enter into tho question of a ! wise selection. Naturally we look for a place possessing faeilities for conimunica- J tion with ths outer world and also with the towns in the country. No argument is j needed to enforcs thc necessity of this qualification. Th; place should also, if possible, bo central, in order to prevent a; waste of time and a useless expenditure of money in mileage. This matter, however, though ly no means trivial, is not by any means conclusive, and thc idea of mere distance must ha subservient to that of easiness and certainty of approach at all I seasons'. Another consideration is that it should be a place of recognized importance, ! and, relatively...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 21 January 1865

. .^ be dei xnr?S i y i1 apkr in the territory at olB. AGENTS- Of K peon Glisn. of Virginia City, is eur authorized j row. __ent to receive subscriptions, and moneys for j public His recipt wiil ba good. _ Sabba Unoy, of Fort B.-uton, ie oar authorized vt it Pert Benton and vicinitr. ^ - ?owi.incs A Co., at Silver Cr^M^ ; , Fol.Q j|B. T. ^'. MEiWii.t. at Prickly Pear; Abo tbe Car.iar, going from this city ta Fort Kroc? Btatan; ?om The Post- Master, at fiannock City; cheap _l?o tbe Post-Master at Salt Lake; want j(b. Jas. Stla?.T li Deer Lodge. pure. Jin. Fa_.SK Warden, at Hell Gates Ovarmeax, at Summit. Tm J. N. Lr:wis, of Summit Valley District, Deer witnc j?lCe County, ikaae A 11 of th* above named gentlemen are author- Iced to rec'ive subscriptions fCr the paper, adver ?VMI,1 tidn' or job work, and recaint far the same. ?on ' *sj*jr^^^?^^MM^'^??^^''^?M^???^^??M*M?? /iishii - locaL and CTsir.u rrfciris. |)| . Go to the Montana to-night. His ^ V . There is no probability of any fre...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 21 January 1865

LATEST BY TELLUKAFH. Philadelphia, Dec. 31st. k The Bob. Qeo. li. Dallas died at his rest- ch - donee in this city at nine this morning. He G Was well enough to be about yesterday. T The Tribune's Orleans dispatch intimates ce the speedy fall of Mobile from Granger's A operations against it. The Tribune's spec^ ial says, returns received at the Provoet G Marshal General's bureau, shew that the c^ ^number of men now being raised by re- A bruiting is larger than at any period during ti the year. ^i k'as understood that Seward's letter in ri relation to the Florida affair is accepted by the acting minister of Brazil, a* a satis- fs faetory explanation. Milton, N. C, Dec. 31. g The Chronicle understands that the home q, guard of that State were ordered to meet bi the Union raiders at Bulfield, and refused to cross the State line. The Richmond Examiner of the 30th C( aays, Beauregard reports the column of the pj eeemy, which went to Atamalka bridge on tc the Gulf Railroad, returned to Sa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 28 January 1865

S0L -n .-Si-1 -^SU_B-II-C PS-Sara |BM^tj__-tBB_? rnri tt tt~? % __~ THE MONTANA POST ' ^ D. W. TILTOH, ^ CO., Editor. ^ Proprietor i. ' 8 n ^ MyCo?try,l_ay,he Alway.be right, But MyCountry, Eight or Wrong. - TEBMS:-f7,30 Per Year in' Adr^_a* YQL' ? VIRGIn7aC?? SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1865. * SoJT mi*. . 3_A_r _. ... i. ... ... ... ^_^_ ... I ^ ^ - _ . ill i$0ut3ua |_?0jStl = Q TDAl D. W. Tilton, ^ Co., 1 , D. W. Tn.^. B_x. R. Drrrrs. Jaj FCBLISHEKS AND PROPRIETORS. friend ^fflce at the City Book Store, Corner prepa: of Wallace and Jackson Street-. or we TERMS: Ose copy, one year, - $7.50 T ^1 Anetropv, six months, - 4.00 One copy, three months, - 2.50 Bates of Advertising. gives Business cards, (five lines or less,) one rear $20 00 assort ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ six months 15 00 made ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ three months 10 00 One square one year, (ten lines or less) -40 00 One square six months ^ ^ ^ ^ 25 00 One square, three months ^^?*'^ 1 5 00 Jf t Quarter column, one year, 60 00 I ^ ^ six months 45 00 _ ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 28 January 1865

- ^ 1 who 1^ SK Wn TILTON _ CO., Proprietors. thei_ f VIRGINIA CITY, M, T. J 'bey 1 o ttrikin v Saturday. - ^ - - Jan 38th. 1865. witnss * . - ^ ^ ^ ... - .. ^ ~ . .,_ , , r a com or. t*3fcfk\ H_7 1 since* J] were e A??P / I somct V ^ gress Education. . jij Ws have beon informed that a bill has and t] been introduced into the Legislature by touly Dr. Thompson, and we fervently hope that Innoc nothing will prevent its passsage in such a practical shape as will at once inaugurate WQen a successful warfare against youthful ig- ^ ade norance. ' reveh There is nothing of more importance to every Montana than a good school law. However almot enterprising, patient, laborious, or compe- bunia tent an instructor may be, yet, until public displi recognition of his position, and general the 8^ tiontribution towards education are matters versa jettled by ^law, the efforts of the best and -,rocu wisest in this noble cause, must be of com- L, parativcly little avail. Nothing requires lne such tir...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 28 January 1865

^ *salo^ jJJo>XY P*PER IN THE TERRITORY 1($aT ??????j??? tlioi . form OVtt AGENTS. ~ ab^l fct?fiLKWr, of Virginia City, is oufauthorized dfa ,..nt lo receive subscriptions, and moneys for 2f ffi. recipt will be good. gj 1'rsox. of Fort Benton, is our authorised nev( ?at?KtB*ntonandTicinity. S n. T. - ^ Mereiix, at Pn'ckly Pear; r j)a the Carrier, going from this city to Fort q Bf^b^npost-Master, Bannock City ; evei jj0 the Post-Master at Salt Lake; off i fa, J Stiakt at Deer Lod^'e. ^ g jjk, Frank Worden, at Hell Gk tes j)f.. 'Grsr.MEA'y, at Summit. I, 5. Ltwis, of Summft Valley District, Deer Jj* Tjdje County. . of the above nam*d gentlemen *x^e antbor- mue jted to reciive subscriptions for the pnpar, adver Oiise ^r J05 work' receiot. the same. { gcor ^?ZoC?lL AND OTHER kTEMS. ? Z=3=='==- Hoi Secure front seats at the theatre te-night. tiie . - ^ orLi , Diaries at Iilton ^ Go's. Xhe ^*^^ irmr, . ^ Wood sells now at $9 00 per cord-. gues Hay at three cents per pound, at tlie Expr...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 28 January 1865

Prom the St. Paul Pioneer, November 15th. The Idalio Fleet. Captain Abe Hutchinson, Commodore of tbe ^Idaho fleet,^ arrived home on Sunday. ( From him we gather some interesting par- i ticulars concerning the expedition and it^ j results. The expedition was got up by a company called the Idaho Steam Packet Company, organised by some steamboatmen in St. Paul last winter. They purchased tbe steamers Chippewa Falls and Cutter, and j , advertised to take passengers up the Mia- ? souri, right into the mining region in ninety days. The boats had their loads made up with very little delay, and on Monday evening, April 18th, started from La Crosse. ^ r The Chippewa Falls was commanded by Captain Hutchinson, and was the flagship of the fleet. The Cutter was in command j of Captain Frank Moore. The two boats had about two hundred and fifty passen^ gers, with a large amount of plunder on board. The fleet proceeded without any incidents S as far as Fort Randall, where Gen. Sully, on May 19th, i...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 4 February 1865

THE MONTANA POST. D. W. TILTON, ^ CO., Editon ^ Proprietors ii, ' My C^nntry' May 8he Alwa? *> But My Country, Eight or Wrong. - TERMS:~$7,50 Per Tear hi AdYtm- VQL' *' VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1865. NO. 24 Site Hutttatta i 0st! = D. W. Tilton, ^ Co., |IDAI'^ D. W. Tiltos. Ben. R. Dims. ! Wallac PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. I Pr.^Pr|etO _ i friends at Office at the City Book Store, Corner prepared of Wallace and Jackson Street*, j or week t T B RMS : beet the i One copy, one year, .... $7.50 j T EWIi One copv, six months, - - - - 4.00 | -Li One copy, three months, - 2.50 Mannft j ginia Cit; Bates of Advertising;. I psiring a Business carrls, (five lines or less.) one year $20 00 ! i-sortmei ' ^ ^ ^ J^^ months, 15 00 : ? t ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ three months 10 00 i One square one year, (ten lines or less) 40 00 Oa* square six months ^ ^ ^ ^ 25 00 One square, three months ^ ^ ^ 15 00 Quai'ter column, one year, 60 00 | B A 1 1 ^ ^ six month* 45 00 - ^ three ^ 30 00...

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. — 4 February 1865

^ ki D. XT. Tll/TOH ^ CO., Proprietor, j VIRGINIA CITY, M. T. j ve Saturday, - - ^ - Feb 4th. 1865. ' lTh , ! In ,_, _ mmm ????????????????????? l' : ^ c o I th Virginia City the Capital ot non- tana Territory . th CU We are glad to inform our readers that ? Virginia City is now the Capital of the j ?g Territory ^ de lege as well as de facto. This ; r will of course tend to make property more | valuable, and the future scat of Govern- I ? ment will naturally be the favorite place of residence, for the families of all connected Tq with the various departments of the cxecu- I cr tive. Any other course would have been ' , absurd and would have fastened a stigma I on the Legislature which they have wisely m avoided, by locating the capital in the cen- le trc of tbe wealth, population and intelli- ? gence of the Territory. ItZunicpal Elections. In th INDEPENDENT TICKET. For Mayor ^ J. J. Hull. cc For Police Magistrate ^ G. G. Bissell. de For City Marshal ^ Tl onias Baume. For City Clerk ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 4 February 1865

theonty paper in the territory ! Gr^ _~ ^ ! ttn -?==:=z - = I fee Ol lt AGENTS. ^ wa Hcoh SiXsli of Virginia City, is our authorised | en^ Asent to receive subscriptions, and moneys for 1 n?^j same. Hi* recipt will be good. j Jg Mai. Of**, of Fort Benton, is our authorized j u1 arent at Fort Benton nnd vicinity. * 3 Rowlings k Co., at Silver Creek ; MR- !^ Merrill. at Prickly Pear: Also the Carrier, going from this city to Fort \ mc Benton: I The Post-Master, at Bannock City; j ja Also the Post-Master at Salt Lake; ,t( Mr. Jas- Sti art at Deer Lodge. Mb, Frank WoRBEX, at Hell Gates dei Dr. Overhead, at Summit. ^ I 0f T. N. Lewis, of Summit Valley District, Deer j ve] Lodge County. j All of the above named gentlemen are author- ha ued to recrive subscriptions for the paper, adver ! yrt tiding or job work, and recaint. for tbe Fame. j ^ ? ^^ re^ LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS. ^ ^ ? th: . Vote for J. J. Hull for Mayor. *j - Don't forget ^ Don Cicsar De Bazan ^ and *jj tbe ^ Eton Boy,^ to-night...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 4 February 1865

(Continued from first page.) j Du ton to provide for their necessities and to j oc^ arm the Indians in the rebel service. j gj Mexico, Dec. 23. j The Republicans arc not yet subdued, j wj From 4,000 to 5,000 of the Imperial troops ! pjj were defeated by them at Ella. One gar- he rison revolted and put the Imperial Prefect ^9 to death and joined the Republicans. Cairo, Jan. 12. Forrest is represented as concentrating j oli a large force at Paris, Tennessee. A great ; number of his men are hovering around | their homes in Tennessee and Kentucky, I as conscripting, robbing and murdering Union j ? men. ! ca Rumors prevail of a force being organ- | iied to attack Paducah again. I jj0 The steamer Ormeda, from Evansville, Indiana, reports Uniontown, Ky., in pos- j Qj. session of guerillas, who were firing into j passing steamers, and robbing and murder^ ing the people. Washington, Jan. 12. j re A vote on the anti-slavery constitutional j |* amendment will probably be taken in the j 0 House...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 February 1865

. ^ - - ... ^^*WlW'll,,*??M'^??'w^M^^**r'^*^^'' _ rnnr irr-nn isiiiw i.i m inn^ wn nsasi n i g iBBBmlsa^ _Ba_aBBBSBBEBa_SMa^B? anirnrrn ~ -nri ^ inn ^ rns_nwiTrsmr i~ i un mum in 111 imhi ___JTimjlJ)NTANA POST. p. W. TILTOH, ^ CO., Editors ft Proprietors. ^ ? ^ 'My Country, May she Always be right, But My Country, Eight or Wrong. * TEBMS:~$7,50 Per Year in Adrance VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1865. NO. 25. -_^ ^ XJM/ i 9U% . a I ^~?????MMIM>***,MM^??MM^MM~M'~-*^ i ----- - | D. W. Tilton, ft Co., j P p. W. Ttltoji. Bex. R. Dittes. j * PCBLlSflERS AND PROPRIETORS. P5^0* friei Office at the City Book Store, Corner pret of Wallace and Jackson Streets. or si TERMS: best One copy, one year, .... $7.50 T One copy, six months, .... 4 00 j JLi Onrcopy, three months, - - . . j.5o M ; t - gini Mateo of Advertising;. Pair Batiness cards, (five lines or less,) one year $20 00 JJ? a ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ six months, 15 00 mati a ^ M ^ ^ ^ three months 10 00 One square one year,...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 February 1865

$ne Montana Hoot. D. H . T1LTOK A CO.. Proprietors. VIRGINIA CITY, M. Ti ^ o Saturday. - - - - Feb 11th. 1865. 1 War News. The Telegraphic news in this issue is im- j portant, and although not so full of ^sen- j sation^ items nj that which appeared in this journal last week, yet it is neverthe- 1 less fraught with interest to the patriot. Cruel, bloody and devastating War is well nigh weary of his task, an4 the Angel of Peace hovers timidly over the scene of' strife. As yet none bid her open welcome; j but ere long, this horrid slaughter will cease, and the traclc of the tumbril and the cannon will be covered by the furrows of the husbandman's plow. Each success of our arms bring us nearer to the haven of our hopes. The last man and the last dol^ lar, the last ditch and its desperate defen^ ders, etc., etc., read well, and would tnd a five act tragedy with propriety, but practi^ cally, we all know that there is a point where resistance, evidently useless, be^ comes a crime, and the ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 February 1865

1 I w THE ONLY PAPER IN THE TERRITORY JP^1 The jpeg?jj is al . __ piai ^ - ^ ^ 1MLQ OUR AGENTS. trui Hcoh Glesn. of Virginia City, is our authorized ___ Agent to receive subscriptions, and moneys for ^ 0 jaxoe. His recipt will be good. (Cai Maj. Upsos, of Fort Benton, is our authorised cha agent at Fort Benton and vicinity. ttmi Rowlings 4 Co., at Silver Creek ; net Ma. T. J. Mekuill, at Prickly Pear; Bot Also the Carrier, going from this city to Fort j5^* Benton ; hoi Th* Post-Master, at Bannock City; lad Also the Post-Miister at Salt Lake; oul Mr. -Ja*. Stcart at Deer Lodge. ,ln? Mb, Frank Worpen, at Hell Gates 0UI Dr. Overmean, at Summit. has T. N. Lewis, of Summit Valley District, Deer ,no Lodge County. ^^* for LOCAL AND OTH ER~ fTEMsi ~~ _j ^ ~^ ^ ren Almanacs for 1865, at Tilton ^ Co.'s. B^ ^ by -Read notices of estrays. Do _ He Received at Tilton Jk Co.'s Bookstore, a lot of of humorous valentines. *C! Co, For a correct assay of quartz, go to A. ^j0 Heald, on Idaho street, be...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 11 February 1865

W/mfmfmfgmm? Danville and Greensboro, 45 miles, had' teen dettroved by the heavy rains, every \ culvert and ^bridge carried away, and that Lae'e army is likely to be oat of rations altogether* soon, the quantity tbey issue now being utterly inadequate to satisfy their wants. Every effort is being made to rebuild the road. Large gangs of men are detailed for that purpose, but it will take some days to repuirit. There is a rumor credited among diplo^ matists that Maximilian will be recognized in March. Juarez is not to be found. A letter from Savannah says that owing to Sherman's policy and Geary's tact, the Union feeling is increasing. No restric^ tion on anything in the way of trade but cotton and* contraband of war. In south^ west Georgia five counties have called Union meetings. Gangs of negroes Con^ tinue to flee from Richmond to avoid the anticipated draft. Washington, Jan. 19th. Admiral Porter, Maj.-Gen. Terry, and their commands have received the thanks of Congress for their c...

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