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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 June 1867

THEMONTANA POST. V ^ ^w ^j^:t JXM-, Devoted to tli^^ ^lineral, V^vi icrLxltin*3il and OommeT-oial Interests of Montana Territory . VOL.3, NO. 44. VIRGINIACITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, JUNE29, 1867. WHOLENO. 149 TheMontana Post. 0.w. TILTON 1 CO.. our r^rr- *i^'nfi'-^t* throughout the Territory^ill oblige by conforming t^^ the^rLimit all rommuniea-^^/,.^*/./ ^ JUyMflfMW. Writ^ only on^0ttf ^VA of the. paper, plainlg and eon-^fitf'V. Mining nrtrs xho'/ld be irritten^m-pirattly from other /wen ; brief, *tati*-^t' '-. Writ,- ^/./^/ Wk*t in^^V ofjmblir interest. Aroid pmonaUUet.^f;ire d-ite and addre**. The name o f the^rrit^ r 7;^^i*t ar'vmpiny eaeh Utter. An^ndhcrenrr to thr*e rvlr* trill , uohlt t/j* to^,jii-ttertion to rommunicotian* , d,/*rt'tr,' from them trill account for^*nn appearance in nearly erery in*tanee. donot own interests in quartz ledges arethey! Undeveloped, mere^^rild-CBt property, of whose value you^know nothing. You spend your mm-^^Ml laboring in the placers, and when^wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 June 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1867.. TheMontana Post D.W. TILTOII, BEN.R. DITTES. D. W. TIIY10^ ^ CO., Publlnheraand Proprietors. Ofeeat Uu City Book Sum. corner of WmiUe* sW*4^Jockavm Street*, fVg.aia City. reap'cts old age. except when some one^sticks him with a pair of tough chick^t-nt-. . . .Two young ladies holding con^^verse over the virtues of a new dress.^^ And doesit fit well t ^ asked one. ^ Fit'.^Yen ; as if I'd been melted and poured^in ' ^.^of life FlintCreek and lt^ Reaonri-o*. BannackAds. SilverHill, Camp Creek, Flint Creek District.^Deer Lodge County.^EniToaPosr:^Fliat'Creek Silver Mining;^District is at present attracting no much at^. . A gentleman, in the spring time Motion, both from the profp*ctor, the capi-^when walking with a lady, stum- | talist, and that class of people who are of no HelenaAdvertisements^KING ^ GrlLLBTTB, Termsef Subscription:^^ns year bledand fell. On his resuming his per- I particular benefit to any community or inter- pendicular.the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 June 1867

THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAY. JUNE 21), Proclamation^ni^^trl^ tln^^ tin- Territory ot Tlon-^1*11 a into ^ on in II ami is^- pi^^.^ n la- ll%eiatllrtl! and Apportioning^tin* ll^-pri ^^ ^itati^^ii ttterMl : I,Tn^^v.i^ FSASCta MeAGHrtR.Sec^rary and^\ctin^ Governor of the Tertitory of lwMa\^hereby aaast* ,n* following modirk'-itiosi of^^ he ProoU motion concerning the lu-tricting^and the Apportioning the Reprer-entstioD^thereof: PKO(LA.n.lTIO\. K\f' tivr OrncE, Vikcisia City, M. T., I June15, 1867.^Where*^, By an act of the thirty-ninth^Con' rare of th- Inited State* of America, ep- provedMarch 2J, 1S67, entitled ^An Act',^!^ :. i^^' '} ^t 'An Act to provide a tempo- i^nxx GoT^rn^nf*nt for the Territory of Mon- tar\.-^ ;.| | I ^ ^ ~d M.I)It 1- JTOvi.lM ! that^The GoTeroor of said Territory be and |^he i* hereby authorized, on or before the lli^t !^day of July. LSf^7, to divide said Territory j^into Legislative ih.-tricts for the electi^ n of I^member^ of the Council and Hoiwe of Repre-^-e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 June 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, JUNE 2J). l*^^7 TheMontana Post I4fVIBAf, lllll 2^, 1867. REPORTEOIT THE W. U. TELEGRAPH COMPANY^EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE TRI-WEEKLY POST. Latestnews from all parts of the World SantaA mm In Trouble^Lom or^Life nt the Variation* Theater^^Division in tlie ^ ablnet^Slanton^CiVaarei* itltli Sinnberry^ Lone*^^ttreet ' Pardoned^How a State^^ment 1^ ^ lmniced^Tbe Prmldrnt,^^Vl^it to Bomon-The Turf^Beat^Time on Hi-rord^Cuba Telegraph. Slaveryto be I. \ tlim uIntied In Cuba^^The MiiMHlM-.tnierleau Treat) ^^Iiiii laii !^^^ |^redntion^^ ShermRii'*^Orderi.-The 2 Ith In BoMon- Ten^Thouoand .Vl a*oi^^ In Proreaalon^^Iturblde froelulmed Kmperor^^Changes Aa;ain^l slierldan^l el-^low Fever^ Indian Attaint on the^Platte. TheSheridan Imbroglio^Conflagra^^tion^Roman Catholle ^ elebra-^tlon^ Disaffection ^ Cholera^ The^Maine Com ention ^ Committee*^In Se^^lon. NewYork, Jane 20.^A Time^ special wyi:^A report was received in lbivnn.i just a^ the^steamer Eagle left that Sai.ta Anna ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 June 1867

THE MONTAN A POST, SATURDAY, JUNE .29, 1367. the Thelate rel**l Oen. Joseph K. John- !^Hton has published a letter criticizing: 1^the inaccuracies of the biography of^. i tj_.i Stonewall Jackson. ^ieneral Johnston f*.rJed Hon Seth Amen, of Boi.^ej^nfede^^ a^n-V ^* the ^^j^6. t^^ ! *KaTbeen appointed Chief Ju.tic of^ ln^'n- wh,Cth ~*^^nt*^ d^^nP ' Courtof Ma*saohu*,tt*.thr ne^ six ^ka to 33.000 men. ^hen^SSS Allen, reaicned ...Jam,-*^ V1*^ ^mmand. ii ^ tt returns *1 1M 'Ifi7 income the 2^th ot Jul-V- lH61' ^UF torCe* ^rOUnd _i ^n l^^'nn^ *t returns ei if.i/ui income : ^ .* . , ri% rms\ ^ . lf(1rdoni^f .i'-^i;^ _ W ashin^ton numbered 52.000 men, and ^^t*1 ^S t^4S tor the preceding ^ear. A .. ^.1 r^ ^ r . yet all was quiet on the Potomac for a j longperiod of very aggravating sui-1^pense. Mr. Johnston says that the bat^^tle of Bull Hun injured the Confederates !^more than the Federals, because the sol- |^diers got the idea that the victory net^tied the question of Southern indep^-n^den...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 June 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURD A Y, ,1 0 N 1S 2!), 1 8(i7 TheMontana Post litVlliTtlVII 29, 1867. lowa Yonnz l-awi T Ooen to Bed. Romancehas been written thread^^bare and to out strip predecessors,writers^have now recourse to scenes hitherto^curtained from public gaze. Fanny^Downing, writing for the Southern^literary paper entitled. The Land tre^/^w.does it rather neatly, it' imprudent^ly in tli^^ following paragraphs, which.as^a matter of course.are copied extensively.^It contains some points of interest and^information to bachelors. DismissingMandy, her foster sister^and maid. Mit*s Preston performed the^task of disrobing for the night, without^other assistance than that of her own^nimble fingers. Firstthe little lace collar and ribbon^were removed from the neck, and the^bright merino dress laid aside; next the^snowy skirts were lifted over the head,^then a spring touched in front of the^rounded waist, when with a clicking and^metallic sound, down came the wide ex^^panse of Crinoline, w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 June 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, JTJNE 29, 1867. ,vfI('IALDIKKOTORY^*Federal OflJews. ___t,rfiinciIat smith. ^^^T^..thomas F*a3ci^ Mkalnbr.^'~-f _H hosmkk. FR07IBOI LDER VA1.LKY. Julie*L. W. T. Frank A. W^^odT. partiesto travel by the older established^routes rather than by this mushroon monopolywhich has come ui^ in a night Editor Post :^After a seven months tohe washed away in a day, and whoseleave of absence 1 find mvself once more ;underling officials are tull of impudenceenshrined among the lovelv hills sur-!^and readv-made insults. At the end of,.. ^... . * thisdelectable railroad, we lound theending our beautiful valley,^.ambitious town of Omaha, claiming a : I left Walla Walla. W. T., April 2.^ith. ; ,population of some 10,000, and hoping,Everything appeared there in full bloom^like every other town that has ever been ; in lh ricuUural w Fieldf, looked!^established ujn^n the broad plains of the 1f, , West,to become the ^rreat interior citywel1 and promising, and truit trees were ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 June 1867

8 THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, JUNE 2^ 1867 TheMontana Post. SATIROA V. JI NK .29, 186T. A.B. Hamilton, is our Agent at Fort Benton. MLA. J. SMITH is our Ajrent at B^nn^ck. J.M. FrSH. Sterling. Hot Npriuir District. Gho.S. Rawum.s. Silver Creek. J.M. Mll.U*. Silver Bow. JaMKSSti art. I^eer Lodge. WokiiKR*CO., Hell Gate. Ajprnryof Post. .VJ Bridge-street, Helena. jourTEMFUE. Jvnctioo City. W.J^. PARSONS, Gallatin City. En.ALLT1F.1.U. German Qalob. H.II. HathaaWT. II _-')..tad Diwrict.^F. OHI RCH. Sun.i; it I ity.^CAMPBELL St Co.. Confederate Gulch.^R. C. JOHN^*iN. BlaekfViot. I.N. Bt'CK, Boulder Valley. Uk-^ .(.v VV Junk.-. Reynolds' City, Klk Crwk. 8.V. Ball, Beartown. J.W. Maorukky. Rocker City. J.8. Williams, 8t. Louie. Mo. L.P. Fwher. San Francisco. Cat. HENRYKlEKKEN Ar*-*r;ls. H.KuLM St Co.. Leesburjrh. Salmon River Mine*^CWA.lkct barker, Bear Gulch and adjacent^uiioea. A.vsont-'ori- Butte City.^JSo. ^0. olcen, of Virjrinia. ia our authorized^Agent to receive subacribsss and money...

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

THEMON1ANA POST. V Newspaper, Devoted to the Mineral, AgTicuIturl and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. VOL.3, NO. 4.-^. VIRGINIACITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1867. WHOLENO. 150. TheMontana Post. officersafter the Territory bad been form^^ed, requiring the presence of United^States troops to insure their safety, a^column of Federal troops was started for^C:ah in the autumn ot 1857, under com^hi., in i of General Harney .which command^wan subsequenty transferred to Col. A.^S. Johnson. On their approach across tary protection JudgeCradlebaugh visited the scene-he South * .,uld rise against tbe North, and wise representing both parties,and diftVr- ofthe massacre was thoroutrhlv con-th* North agminit the South; and that they t districts, were, and are still, decided mm massacre, was tuorougni} ^*m wo*ld fight until both parties were destroyed, j '^vineed that the Mormons concocted theme ron my part, I give iiGod spkd; for , in their convictions ot its illegality, as deedand ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 6 July 1867

THEMONTANA POST, S/TURDA Y, ,1 0 L V 6, 1867 . TheMontana Post -8.W. TILTON, BEM.PL DITTO O. W. TILTON Pub!Inhereand Proprietors. Ofieeat the City Book Store corner ^/ Wallace ami^Jackeom Streets. Virgin** City. Onecopy do.d^^. Termsof Subscription : neyear, aixmonths tare*months, .^^ 00^. 5 00 .3 20 Ratesof Advertising: BusinessCards, j linos or lass, 3 months. do.do.^^ne wjHiirr. do.do. do.do.^do.^do. do.do. 6 months, do.do. 1 year,...^ten linns or lass, 1 insertion, . do. do. do.do.^do.^do. do.d^^.^do.^d... do.do. 2d 6 00 1000^15 00^4 00^6 00 1month10 00 5do. 13 00 3 do15 00 6do. ..^1 year 2500^35 00^6 00^8 00^12 00 ]! 00 wosquares. ] insertion, do.2 do. do.1 month, do.2 do. do.:i do. 24 00 do.^ do. 40 00 do.1 year,65 00 'fee-eighthcolumn. 1 insertion% 00 do.do. ^ do. do.do.^do.^do.^do. do. do.do. do.do. 12O0 1month18 00 2do. 3do.^C do.^1 year,. One-sixthcolumn, 1 insertion, do.do. 9 do. do.do. do.do. do.do. do.do. do-do. 2500^30 00^50 00^70 00^10 00^15 00 1month.20 00 9 dor 3do....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 6 July 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, J V LY ^, _18^7. ,niTi-nal SnSVagc In Ktniu. The history of ihe moTrmrnt of uni- ] portaage in Kanaaa, is briefly s^^to|}ow^: The l,*-j;it^latur^\ ^^ l^^ hw^t nter's^^i*si^^n, puhmitted two arm-nd-^nu^ to the State (.'onutitutioo to tli^*^^V,p;t.. The tH*^t, to strike the word^.r^liiti^ ^ from ihe I 'onutitut ion, passed^the Senate by a vote of seventeen to vtTna0(l the House by sixty six to^fitttt-ri- The second, to strike out the ,.rd ^nial^*,^ passed the Senate by venteento seven, and the House by^Hfxtv tsro to twenty. The effect of this^Lne'ndtnent, it adopted by the people of^tue State, is to give the suffrage to wo^^men-^ _ . Onthe 2d ^^f April, a mass convention^aspenibled at Topeka. organized a State^Impartial Suffrage Association, to advo- J,hoth amendment a, and chose the^following officers: President, Governor^Crawford; Vice President. Lieutenant^(ilv.ernor (ireen; and an Executive Com^^mittee consisting ofex (ioxernors Robin^non and R^^ot, Gen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 6 July 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SiTURD A Y, JULY 6, 1867 TheMontana Post ftA T I R D A Y, J I I. \ ROVING. Onthe-'Overtand--^Speed. Wly Bark.^--In ^^Mines--The ^Barrel Process.^--Gulches 1^Leads--In Chancery. EditorPost: Taking seat in one*^\Vella, Fargo's coaches, on the inornt^of the 24th, and being hustled along a^2:40 gait for nineteen hours, we la,1-^ed in this sprightly little villi*^and Capital aspirant, at 11:50 p. . REPORTEDEY THE W. U. TELEGRAPH COMPANY^EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE TRI-WEEKLY POST. Latestnews from an parts of the World \ntertraat the Exposition ^A Sue-^^-^-^^^^^ r lo Mierldau-Tlae 71 ^-*.!^ an^Holiday ^ The t'ropa ^ Judiciary^Invrttii-cetion-J. ^i. b. t.iwn No-^ll^c Otailon to Garriain-The^Celebration In Rome^The Tun. TheExecution of JTIh x Im Ilia n- Ord-^nance department Frauda^The^Jul} NimIoii Arming Railroad Employee*-GreatCelebration In^Rome; One Hundred Thousand^People In St. Peters. NawYork, June 28.^The following are in^the ust of American'' who receive Grand Prises^at t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 6 July 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY. dl'I.Y .6,1/1867. WHAT VOl DO ix 0^ questionof the apportionment^d the removal of the capital from Vir-^^nia to Helena, by a cart-before-the-^horte interpretation of the statute*, ia ttrarting considerable attention at^.nT We have taken the following tati*0* of tue respective counties of^Madison and Edgerton from the official^.^rdf*. and present them for the candid^consideration of persons of all parties^and in all localities. The wealth, devel^^opments, population and resources of^older sod established districts are some^^times overlooked in the excitement nnd^baftle of younger and more sanguine^communities. According to the appor^^tionment. Edgerton receives four mem^^bers of the House to two from Madison.^^n,e vote ot last September does not jus-^^itr th^t difference, even without con^^sidering that the population of the latter^;^scattered over nearly five times as^Urge ^n agricultural district and that^the vote was not brought out here as it^was in Ed...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 6 July 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1867. TheMontana Pest SATURDAY,J I L. V 6, 1867. Gen.Butlfr'n Explanation. Gen.Butler has been moved to write^a letter in reply to newspaper para^^graphs. He refers to his charge and at^^tempts an explanation as to the pardon^^ing of deserters from a West Virginia^regiment, and then continues : It iu true that the War Department^order restoring these men is not dated^till the 25th of November, thirty days^after the election ; but the President's^order was dated before the election, and^the Department took thirty days to in^^vestigate the case of one man of the 193^who was proved to have deserted to the^enemy, and then obeyed the Executive,^order as to the 192, so that no thanks are^due Mr. Johnson that all these deserters^were not restored before the election, as^he had ordered to be done, without in^^vestigation, thereby taking $75,000 from^the tand appropriated to disabled sol^^diers and giving it to the deserters and^claim agents. These facts n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 6 July 1867

THE MONTA N A POST, S ATURDAY, J IT LY 6, 18 6 7. nFFIClALDIRECTORY.^Federal OOmti. ,r nitEKM CLAT SMITH. 6LJ7-T TmnH fRAJ*CIS mka'iHHR. yyjlm^.-H. l. h.mmkk. Jutfte*l~ b^ Wmjjmtox,^^**T.L. E. MumoR. .Hcvaty i*^'r Oentrml^W^. m. StaFKjku.^* *J ^^ MartKmi^OSO. M. PlXJOtT. *flt Mortal^J. X. Bnoiu. ZjLr-^riMrai^aSM- sou 8. KlUDITII.^T^Htr of Lmd Ofc^^0 B. O'BaJIXOX.^jJL^cr I'ntemml krernuc^T. C- Emm^f.-nmer Internal Revenue^X P. LliMrORD.^Z^L\l S. P^rict Our*^u s. PKCK. V^l J'*-^4^ Putrid^C. E. iKVIHB, Silver *cier* H Judicial District^Chas. W. KotUI, ''*^*' Territorial Officers. judttorJohn EL Mix; afPublic Instruction^A. M. 8. CAnraVTEK^Countj Recorders. liaea.-Oe...W. Hill^lTrrh*sd B.Peabody^,r L'^ic Jas. Browa^)|ea^rher County Kl|T^*rtoa.. R. C. Ewinjr GallatinThoe. Cover Jefferson..Frank Wells^.W. T. Richardson. Xii*ouIaoFrank A. Woody. MunicipalOfficer* of Virginia City. UmworJ. M. CASTJI1CS. jaZrnty^nd Act/r ClerkWin. H. Chile*. TrtutxrrrK S. Calhoun. A.**or-K N Farley. MetM**i#...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 6 July 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1867. TheMontana Post 'SATURDAY, JULY ^, 1867. of1C AGENTS.^A. B. HaJKILTi^!I, i* our Agent at Port Beaton. MILA. j. Smith is ow Agent at Buuek. J.M. Fish. Sterling, Hot Spring District. Geo.8. Rawungm. Silver Creek. J.M. MIMA. Silver Bow. Jamk Si i art I^wr Lodge. WOBPKSaCo.. Hell Gate. Agencyof Post. 52 Bridge street, Helena Johntkmp1 ft. Junction City. W.P. Parw'NS (iallatin CRy. ED.Allfielh, German Gulch. H.H. HaTHaawt, High laud District.^F. CHCBCH. Summit City.^Campbell ^ Co.. ConfederateOnlch. R.C. JOHXSoN. Blackfoot, LX. BrcR, Boulder Valley. WESLF.TW. Jo\l ^ Reynolds1 City. Elk Creek. 8.v. Ball. Beartown. j.W. Maori f.ky. Rocker City. J.S. Williams. 6t. Louis, Mo. I,. P. Fishek. San Francisco. Cal.^HEXKV RlEKDES. Argen'a. H.^lus A Co., Leesburgh. Salmon River Mines.^CHALXtY BaRHEK, Bear Gulcij and adjacent mines. ANSONFottn. Butte City. JKo.O. OlXEX, of Virginia, is our authorize*!^Agent to reoeive subscribers and moneys. His receiptwill ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 13 July 1867

THEMONTANA POST. V Newspaper, I ^^^% ^^t ^^^! to the Mineral, Vjji-icul 1 ^i 1-111 and Commercial Interests ol* Montana Territory. VOL.3, NO. 4C. \TRGINIA CITY. MONTANA, SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1867. WHOLENO. 151. TheMontana Post. 0.W. TILTOM I CO.. - PUBLISHERS Inion Territorial Convention. Tb*elecW^n^ et the I^ni^^n party of the Territory^nf M^*^t*n^- Rr*^ requested to inert in their seveni Sioux.Cheyennes and Arrapahoes were^concentrated. Immediate and deter^mined local measures, and a few hundred^mountaineers tlirown into the gap, stay^ed tiie tide and it swept ^^ff to the south.^Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Utah,^Kansas, Nebraska and Dakota have each^felt the shock. Nebraska, with her lit-^little strips of settled territory along the^, river, with friendly tribes on the border^and an army pouring through her set^^tlements, has suffered only in the slaugh-^11 ter of emigrants along the Platte. The ;/.:-7;;y T^^afirt'. i^^fpleads for authority ^ ' I ^ rtianto, j rotect themselves fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 13 July 1867

THMONTANA POST, SATURDAY. JULY Ki, 1867. TheMontana Post. Totalamount of the Annual list for^1867, $28,178 85. Amount of the last^annual list. 940.721 75. Amount of all^taxes assessed in the Third Division, for thelicense^$59,717 .r,o y*ar,ending May 1, 1867, Nevada. BE*.R. DITTLS. Tii/rov^ CO., Publishersand Proprietors. Officeat the City Book Start, comer ^/ H'+Uace mmd^Jack*on Streets. Virginia City. D.W. T1LT0N. D.AV. Termsof Subscription: On ^^py, on^ year do. aix montha do. thrr* liumth* tS00 .5 00^. 'J M Ratesof Advertising: BuaineaaCarda 5 linea or leaa, 3 months.. do.do.do. 6 month*.. do.do. do. 1 year,... r^e aquare, ten linea or leaa. 1 insertion, . do.do. do. 2 do. r. ^* 1000 10oo^4 00 600 tiuncotton for blasting purposes is be^^ing successfully experimented with in^1 the (tould ^ (.'urry mines.. . .The Enter-^prise of the 27th ult. says: Yesterday^! afternoon, while standing in front of^Wells, Fargo ^ Co.'s olfice, *^n C street,^' we notic^^d a load of nineteen bars of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 13 July 1867

THE MONTANA EM) ST, SATURDAY, -HLV ^ 1863. 3 NOHrin:inp u ifk railkoad \n*^*rnt Bnawrii dispatch a^wcm lier, ..r_ii:i'/ ^t ^^^!^ of the N^^rth^*rn Pa^cifie Kaiiroad Company by the election^pf MDtleiuvta as dirrc^un who nepraaaal^^rk^oi I^-a^{ing railroad law* tliruujjh-^ollT Tilr. N.^rtii. Tln-ir nmno* an* a^ tol^|oWt: Win. B. O^rtVn. erf Chteagn, Ptaav^idVnt of the Cliteagff ^ Nortli^ oatcilu^Kai!r^a^l : J. Udgur Thompson, of Phil^^adelphia. President of tlit^ Pennaylvanhi^(%-ntrnl Railroad ; Robert II. Bedell, of^^ w fork, Presiiii-nt of the Erie Rail^^ed; (i^^. \V^. UtM, of Pittsburg. Presi-^(i, ni ,,t tlit* Pittaburg, Fort Wayne and^Chicago Itaiiroad; VVni. ti. Fargo, ot^Bufh-i^- Vic*- President ot the N^-w York^(Vuiral Railroad, and Thomaa N. Can-^field, ^^f Burlington, Vt. These gentle^in. n. aith Hon. John Gregory Smith,^pr -i :, n; of the Vermont Central Rail^^road ; Hon R I^- Rice. President of the^Portland ^nd Kennebec Railroad ; Hon.^Austin Steam*. Preside ut of the Old C...

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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 13 July 1867

THE M ONTANA P (1ST, SAT URDAY, JUL Y 13, 186 7. TheMontana Post lAffVUAf,JlTL^ 13, 1867. REPORTEDBY THE W. U. TELEGRAPH COMPANY^EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE TRI-WEEKLY POST. Latestnews from all parts of the Worii DATESJO JULY ELEVEN. TlieSu rratt Trial^ Xlic JJnly SfMlon^Thf I. \ position^Ini peachnaent^^Horace ^ireeley Xestlnes^ Ameri^^cans Knlstitfd ^ Congressional^DIki-ii ssio n k Krron st ruction tlae^Sole tj ii. ^^^i jvj v i i a ii Advlrm^^Santa Anna Snot^Indian floTf-^menls. ThfHorratt Trial -Important BUI* Introducedand Reported^I n-^dlan Depredations^ Avfngfni of^naxlmiltan^Brownlou Procla^^mutes--Itri-onntrurtlon Pleasures Government Will Demand Satis^^faction^Kxecutf on Scenes^ l^rls-^oner Iu%^-^ti^ratIon^Kai king the^Ken I hum--So lit lie m Delegation^Hint) Failure^Reconstruction Bill AmendmentsThe Hill Passesthe Senate,and Is Referred^In the House. Washisc.to.x. July 1.^Horace Greeley ha*^arrived to testify to the Judiciary Committee^relative to hr^ 1 idling Jeff. Davis. Lbwisto...

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