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

THEMONTANA POST V Newspaper, Devoted to tlio Mineral, A^ri^Miltux*al and Commercial Interests ^^i* Rfoatana rrVi*i-it ^^i-.^ - VOL.3, NO. 4^). VIRGINIACITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1867. TheMontana Post relativestrength, the sore head wing their real sentiment*, disguitni.nl under I and that yon may not suppose that there^will only need to divert 14.000 votes, on \ the cloak of ^equal taxation,' the is any deception in it we inhiiro yon that afull poll, to throw the principal offices \ hideous skeleton of Repudiation advo^^^f the State into the hands of the De- ! cated hy Brick Pomeroy. It stood veiled^raocracy, and more certainly aid in the , with verhiage among its fitting com theprize money does not came out of our^but out of the pocket of the Lottery^Managers, and wo shall not lose by^sending a few hundred dollars in Prize 0.W. TILTON t CO. PUBUSHCF.S electionof Haight for Governor than panions in the clooniy mausoleum of the i money but shall gain by it in the in ,.,_ ^^, ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 3 August 1867

* / THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAY, AUUIST 3, 1867. TheMontana Post follows:E. Ruhlintf ^ Co., of this city, j tied behind him. as the robbew I t^ him.^; 26.518 ounces; Van Wyck ^ Co.. Uold | Hill'17,619 ounces; Edwards ^ Weigand^of Gold Hill, 20,011 ounces. U1I DA V, JI ft, Y 27, 186T. Utah. Gentlemenarriving lr^^m L'tal irejiort LetterIrum Leeaburg. Lkksbir,;, July 22, 186^^Editor Mining Nt ^c*^Dear Sir : The 0.W. TILTON, BEN.R. DITTES. I). \\. TIL.TOH .V CO., Publisher*and Proprietors. Oficeat ike City Book Start, comer of H'*llan a*d^Jmchr-n, Street*. l~irfini* City. Termsof Subscription: onfyear00 tixmonth*,J^ 00 threomonth-,3 50 Ouecopy do.do. Ratesof Advertising: Card*,5 linea or leas, 3 aaoathe.. do.do. 6 month*.. do. do. 1 jt*r,^xrn lii^. - ^.r1 in^**rti-^n. ift. on 1000^15 00^4 00 do.do.^Hop square,^do.^do. d. do.do.^do. firo unnarps, 1 InMfltion6 00 | do.do. 8 00 do.I Month.1^ 00 ! do.2 do. 18 00 do.a do. 24 00 do.^ do. 40 00 | do.1 rear65 00 Ote-eiirhrhcolnron, 1 inaertioa,H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 3 August 1867

THE MONT AH A POST. SATURDAY. AUGUST 3, 1867. 3 ._ -Monitor narkol^t.lmt of Iron- lad*^^^r *^,r b^ *h* 1 nlted ^t*^^^^^l^oirrtt m*bs^. [Kronthe Mm York Herald, Jtrae 11. J -rjjeopening of th^' ironclad market of^ttueric* now ^PP***rs to * fixed fact,^nd iiuotati^n*on these ^peax^s keepers^^*f tn^* world must soon take place as a^^ fular order in the course of trade.^^ Th^ regular value of thU class of raer-^.handi*e, ^l present in the hands of the^I nited States Government, may be of terestto our readers, and we accor-^ugjrly shall attempt to put a value on^.hem. ^^ tDeV are now understood to be^',jffred for sale, all of which must be^'^ed upon the quality of the material,^tTle. builder, capacity for guns and mdstores, alsodraft of water, etc Monitor will, of course, command the^K: jhe*t prices, and the casemated ves-^^ must be classed second in value,^^he latter, the Government has sold It^ngaterberg. The Japanese Commis^^sioners have purchased the prize Stone-^wall for $400.000,ju...

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

THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAY, AUGUST .!. 1867 Tli- anaPost. 1S67. ANew Mean^ ai.-patch say*: FhVridan will ' CbabisBst^*, July 81.^At-a large Repub^probably appoint Judge Patchall as Governor | lican mating last night, resolutions were ofTexas in place of the present Governor,^Throckmorton. NewUhlf.avs. July 27th.^An order was^i-utnl from headquarters, to-day, renewing the^functions of the Board of Levee Commission^^ers appoint*-! by Sheridan, and they will com^^mence operations immediately. Richmond,July 27.^General Schofield will,^on Monday, issue an order arranging the de^^tail* for reassembling the Board of Registra^^tion. Vacancies are to be filled by sub-Uis-^j trict commanders. In filling the judicial unanimouslyadopted expressing an uualtera-^^ ble determination to carry out in good faith,^without any reservation, the m-iMn^* look^^ing to restoration, and endorsing the plat^^form of the Republican convention ac Colum^^bia. S, C. NewYork, July 31.^Miss Sedgwick, the^authoress, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 3 August 1867

WHAT^;^!) If \ It I JOINED. .\miRuth *m'-A. Fntreat iu^t^^t l^^ Itatr tliee, or^^ ^^ :.te mftrr th*.**; for m hither tboa T11 E M C) N T A X A P^) ST, S A T IJ RD A Y, AUG 1ST, 3. 186 7 .^^!. The I^ord do ao to one. ^thi iuoi*-^^* ifvu^bt but ^l^*tkp^t tkM aad ^m^. fairyouth, too tim^Is'the msid^i wi^vou mingle th^g rownofroar , nr]- \flattering hop* that she dare not name H^ trembling bos^m httres,^\nd J^^ur h**rt ^ thrilled when your finder* Aswa softJy turn the liave^. IIt^ki plead for hope, she may bashful drop tierhead on yoar choulder low,^\nd tuu will be loTers and sweethearts tht-B, AsyouthsnnJ maidens ^j :^I^v^rs and sweetheart*, dreaming dt ^auts, Afc* .-^icu: visions that pleas*,^With never a thought that life is made OfgT^al realitias I ** Thatthe chord* of lovenmst b^ throng ao death^If they hold and keep a heart: ins,that snap in the breese.^^\ ith their weight apart ! Forthe pretty colons of youth's nn*^H morn padeout trotn the noonday ^ky:^^nd blu-hint love* in the r...

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

THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1st; 7. Manufactureof brernbarka^.Hak^InK thf Banknote Paper at the^Treasury Department-^What Be^^came* or Cancelled Shin piaster*^^How they arc Hrroimlructrd^^One Hundred Pound* of Nate^Paper per Hour. TheWashington Star gives an inter^^esting account of the way in which paper^for national currency is manufactured^by the new apparatus lately introduced^into the Treasury Department. The^reporter says: The paper mill has only^been in operation a few months, and the^machinery is run by a handsome hori^zontal steam engine, something more^than fifteen horse power. The stock^used in the manufacture of the paper^here is one-half cancelled bank and^Treasury notes,mutilated currency, etc.,^and one-half scrap paper, accumulated^in the Treasury Department and its^bureaus. This stock is first put hi a^steam chest (containing strong alkali,ton^the floor below the basement. The^notes and currency are put in by three^commissioners,each of whom has a sepa^^rate...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 3 August 1867

/ TJI E M ^) NT A N A P^) S T, S A TURD AY, A U G U S T, 3. 18 G 7. 0iF'if oajl direi rromr. FederalOfficers. ,.#rer^r_4lKEKX CLAT SMITH^~\^,0mi r*^ Fkatscis Meagher ,,i f^ jittice^1^ n. muOToi. I.K Mt ss-^v^t 4 l*r*fr A** (irmrraj^Wjf. M. RtaFFOKIj tern34mr*hal--OtX(t. M. ptnxbt.^A Mf^k^i^J. X. liKim^ k.^Irttsrmt^Gbh. 8or_ s. Mekf.t^tth. lAindOfur^O i; o'IUsnon.^ntrmal Rc-in tcr^T. C. EVEK1^.^'ntrrnml Brrrnvr^X P. I.wuKOKl'.^:. fhttrirt Court^L. 0. Pk. k. Va. Oar** Or*'.^^ J' n.K. Irvi^K. Silver Cfcrfc.Irf Jmdirial VUtrir*^QKOB, tv. kowi.EB. TerritorialOfficers. 4mdiUrrJOHS II. Ml to Trrar*rrrJOHN S. RrxK kei.i/iw. sjaCof^ Pvhiif Instruction^A. M. 8. CASKS TEH CountyRecorders. ,t ... ^... ^\ Hill | Kdjrert.m.. H. ^ . Kwimr .jjlmadIf Pra*1^*y tt.tlUtinThan.Can a* L^hre ^ Jas. Browa | Jefferson. .Frank Wells Mr-|T*- ' ^-^^**^W. T. Kuhardson. v i .^ ^ .I'rpuk A. Woodv. MunicipalOfficers of Virginia City. \i1vnrJ. M. CAHTXEB. 4-:;.r-,f find Art* ClarkWrn. H. Chile*. . -^ K ^. ^,'h!!ioi...

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

THE MONTANA POST. S A TIKI) A Y. AlMiUST X I8n7. TheYloiitana Post. SATIRDAV, A! SCOT 3, 186T. A.B. ii;^Mr. A. J^J. M. JtU^geo. s.^J. M. M^J.oiv - S WOE1IKSAgency -^John W.! OlIt ACEMS.^ipos, is oar Agerot at Fort Benton.^with Is mr Ageut at Bannack. Strli''^. H^^t Spring District.^wt.rx^.s. Silver Creek.^^.. Kilver Bow.^ART. D^tr Lodge, of Post. 52 Bridge street, Helen*.^fKMl'I K. Junction City.^PaBBOXS. Gallatin City. GermanGulch.^WT. Highland District. ruteGulch. :. Reynolds* City. Elk Creek.^^wn.^Rocker City. En.au.FIEl.li ii.ii. Haxmaait f.ClirRri!. Sumi CAMPBELLSi CO., r.c. ttmmm b i.N. Bi i K, Bool^W'FtsLf ^ W. Jo\^^8. V. Hall, Hearti^J. w. MAOkL'EKY J.S. av1lliam8, St. Louis. Mo^^It. P. Fisher. San Francisco. Cal.^^^Ill RlERKKK. Argenta. H.ellis St Co.. Leestmrgh. Salmon River Mines.^CllACXt Y B A Hi.Kit. Bear Gulch and adjacent^mines AnONFonn. Butte City. JKo.O. Olcen. of \ irginia, is our authorized^a pent to receive subscribers and moneys. His^receipt will begoo^L THKCITY...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 10 August 1867

THEMONTANA POST. A. Newspapei', Devoted to the Mineral, -A-grlcxxlttiral and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. VOL.3, NO. 50. VIRGINIACITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1867. WHOLENO. 166. TheMontana Post THEINDIANS^OITR POLICY. Themoet important topic in the Terri^^tories is the Indian question. Upon its ,solution depends their rapid develop^^ment, or years of struggling infancy with^all their energies crippled hy the savage ,anaconda. That there has been sad babilityit will ever he adopted, simply^because an army of cormorants have too^much money to permit their feast of fat^things to be swept away. That is the^key to the mysteriously ingenious mis-^i management of Indian affaire. We move^for an Investigating Committee, and^jT'j I nominate Col. Chivington and Gen. Pat.^E. Connor. Turn about is fair play. =' keep alive an Indian war, is admitted by^all. THESITUATION stirplay.^N. ^s Withm*!i^^^ toward none, with charity for all,^w:-b firmDM in the ri^-ht. as God gives as t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 10 August 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1867. TheMontana Post. D.W. TILTOH, BEN.R. DITTES D. W. TII/TOX ^, CO., Publishersand Proprietors. OBlctat the Citf Book Store, corner of WtUlmc* mnd JmektonStreets. I'trginii Cite. Termsof Subscription: Onecopy. one *s 00 do. six month*.5 00 do. three months,3 50 Ratesof Advertising: Card*,5 lines or I**-. :i month* do.do.^One square. do. to.^do. do.do. B 00 6months,.. 10 00^1 year,. is 00 tenlinen or less, 1 Insertion, do.do. Twosquares, 1 do.9 do.1 do.9 do.3 do. do.1 do.do. do.do.^do.^do. .1.). do.do.^do.^do^^do. do. 1month,. 2do. .^:i do. .^6 do. .^1 year,... 400^6 00^10 00^13 00^15 00^25 00^35 00^6 00^8 00^12 00^18 00 2400^40 00^65 00 800^12 00^18 00 2500^30 00^50 00^70 00 insertion,. do month, do do do. year, One-eighthcolumn, 1 insertion, do.do. 2 do do.do. 1 month, do.do. 2 do do.do. 3 do. do.do. 6 do. do.do. 1 year,- One-sixthcolumn, 1 iusertioa,10 00 do.do. 2 do. 15 00 do.do. 1 month,20 00 do.do. 2 do.30 00 do.do. 3 do36 00 do.do. 6 d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 10 August 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 18(57. 3 n^llai^ Donrrdmtlon* ThrOutraj;on^IN rprtraied In the Last Six Mouth** Fromthe Centfalia City Kejrister. Wecompile, for the benefit of unbe^^liever*, an account of a few of the Indian^atrocitH-s and robberies committed with^^in or near our borders within the last^six months. To embrace them all would^fill several iwueu of our paper. Onthe 23d of last December the In^^dians attacked and murdered ninety-^^hree enlisted men and officers at Fort^i'bil Kearney, and captured what stock^waS not killed, together with wagons, ^c. Onthe 2d of January the Indians^killed on^- man at Sweetwater and sev^^eral others were missing, supposed to bo^killed. OnApril 15th, at Lookont Station, on^tiae Stuoky Kill, three men were killed,^tod a large quantity of stock stolen. Atthe same date a little white girl^who had been horribly violated and left^in a dying condition was found in an^abandoned camp of friendly Cheyunnes^near Fort Zara. jitthe same time a m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 10 August 1867

THE MONTANA P^)ST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1867. TheMontana Post. MATIRDAT, AlOI ST lO, 1867. REPORTEDRY THE W. U. TELEGRAPH COMPANY^EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE TRI-WEEKLY PCST. IndianCommissioner*-^ ^Man berry^on l-Vnlanti^A n Assault on Kr^l^iili!li aiif-Z.'i.OOO tor Brownlow^-bitaUU Itiinipaiit-HaiK'Ofk to^^^etfieia M^erl^lj^n^ Grain Crop of^^*^7^Tlic ^'iib^ ( able-.flexloo and^the Sotuh-GraulN Position. Wasbikjton,July 30.-^commissioner* appointed hostileItxliiins will a.-^einl^le in St. Loui^ on^the 6th ^^f Au^u^t, to locate the territory se^^lect^ a- a pertntiiiF'iit reservation for the^Indian^. Acircular is taraeel fiom the Attorney-Gen^^eral's oflice, to-day. to District Attorneys and^Marehal-. instructing them to observe all per^^sons whom they may have reasonable cause to^suspect of combining; unlawfully for expedi^^tions into the territory of any foreign nation^and promptly interpose the authority of the^United Mates when t'n*y have authority for^believing any perrons have violated ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 10 August 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1867. 5 POETRY. THEPRESS ROO.TI. Heartsot iron and fingers of steel,^P,Znv ,*T*r' *^d cl^* ,Dd wheel,^rhck ar J clatter, and rattle and din. The|oaC nISht out and the lon* in^^Woe and weal to-morrow ! Feathersto fall with the weight of the dew, mgm to sadden the long life through Ro^ ^I,d ,corM to fly oa their WJ'^^n,e thought of the years and the waifs of to^^day, Hop*and lore and sorrow. tedsthat grin with a demon joy.^n.|icht with humans to tamper and toy : clampon the molten bed^f^ ^ dresm, ^ hope, or a promisodead -^A child to pube forever! Theinn and months and yean go by.^Till the prophet angel leaves the sky vr the murky room with the rattling wheel,^t^^ click and clog and touch of steel.^Its band, and seam, and lever. todh^1^ b.v *'de 'n t,,e roll'n^ pr***,^To cur.-^. to cheer, to crush, to bless, Theangel ^n^i d^mf^n eT*r wait, fajakiagthe very doors of state, And fuelling through tha nation '. Hark,how the monster throbs and groan-.^...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 10 August 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY. AUGUST, 10. 1807. TheAwakcnlns. Thefollowing significant article from^the Irish Republic, tbe leading Fenian^organ of this country, published in Chi^^cago, shows that all Irishmen in the^United States are not blind to the man^^ner in wbich the Sham Democracy use^and then snub and humbug them : Tbetenacity with which the Irish pop^^ulation of America have stuck to the^Democratic party deserves no other^name, can. be expressed by no other^name, than downright infatuation. The^whole programme of that party seems^to have been, and to be, peace with Eng^^land at any price, no matter if peace^meant ruin to the Union, ruin to liberty^or ruin to every people striving to \te^free. One would suppose that common^decency would prevent Democratic pa^^pers from villifying and turning into^ridicule every effort that Irishmen make^toward freeing their unfortunate coun^^try from a tyranny that has no parallel^in modern times. For the edification of^our Fenian friends and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 10 August 1867

THj M ON fAN A POST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1867. latV OimCIAI,DIRECTORY^Federal Officers. CirrrrnarCikeen ci..at smith^i-rMry^THOstA* Francis MXAOIIBR. fEZfjZatica-U.L hocmkr. '' , ,-..ce-\.. It Wiu.tstC^. l.e. ML'XtfON. . . pmty Atfy Gmcra.l^'VS \l. M. STAFFORD^VLiuJ Statea Marshal^GEO. M. PlXXET.^acUm U * Mmrakmt^j. x. bf.iim.f.k.^sL*V!y^^ f^r^eiw%* Sol. 8. Mkrkdtth.^^BtmifUT of Lmnd OJice^O B. OB an.nov^\\xt\f- Internal Rrrenur^t. c. EtehTS.^Collrftor Internal Rem me^N P. LaSOFOUD.^Ylrrk V 8. District Court^I. S. peck. Va.^Clerk 2a! Judicial District^C. e. irvixs, Silver ~.k 3d Judicial District^Chas. W. Fowi.er. B*i^sa- TerritorialO.Tjcers. W/WJ^^* H. Ml\o TrearurtrJohn fi. ItOfKFT.It.OW. ;... . IIn 'tr.ii-:ten ^ A. M. S. CaRFEXTKR CountyRecorders _a..Geo.W. Hill airheadB.Peahody^n#*r l. ^Ur* J*^. Brown^Meagher County Xiasoulao Kdertoa..R. C. Ewing GallatinThos, Cover Jefferson.-FrankWells^.W. T. Richardson.^....Frank A. Woody. MunicipalOfficers of Virginia City. ManorJ. M. CABTX...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 10 August 1867

8 TheMontana Post SAT1RDAY, AUGUST IP, It 67. OUKAGENTS. A.B. Hamilton, U oar a pent at Fort Benton.^Mr. a. j. Smith u our Agent a* Bannack.^J. M. pish, Stirling, Hot Spring District. Geo.8. Rawuxoh, Silver Creek. J.If. Mn.ls, Silver Bow. Ja ices Stuart, Deer Lodge. Worix*Co., Hell Gate. Agencyof Post, 52 Bridge street, Helen*. JohnTaitPLr, Junction Crty. W.P. Parsons, Gallatin city. ED.AlXFlKLD, German Gulch. H.H. HaTHaawt, Highland District.^V. Cm ki il Summit City.^Campbell A Co., Confederate Galea.^K. C. Johnson, Blackfnot. I.N. Blck, Boulder Valley. WesletW. Jones, Reynolds' City, Elk Creek. 8.V. Ball. Beartow*. J.W. Mai;kieky. Backer City. J.8. Williams. St. Louis. Mo. L.P. Fisher. San Francisco. Cal. HenrtKibrden, argenta. H.Ellis ^ Co., Leecbnrgh, Salmon River Mines.^Chaunct Barber, Bear Oalch and adjacent^mines. AnsonFord. Butte City. JNo.O. Oi.^ f.v of Virginia, is our authorized^Agent to receive subscribers and moneys. His^receipt will be good. CONTENTSOF THIS NUMBER. Pao...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 17 August 1867

THEMONTANA POST. A. Newspaper, Devoted to the MiiKM-sil, ,V^i-i^Mil t in-Jil mid Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. VOL.5, NO. 52. VIRGINIACITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1867 WHOLENO. 156. TheMontana Post I^ TILTO* * CO. PUBLISHERS jAg.H. MILLS, - - EDITOR Withm*Hce toward none, with charity for mil,^-itt Amines* in the riarht, as t^^*i give* us to see^b#r^ht. let u^ finish the work we are in, to bind^! c tbe Nation's wounds, to care for him who sh-ill^^ ir t^rw^ the battle.and for his widow and orphan,^jo ail whtoh may achieve and cherish a just and^^ Ustinsj peace among-ourselves and with all AHKAiiam Lincoln- UNIONTICKET. ForDeleft* to Congress, COLO\ELW. r, SANDERS. MadisonCounty. I r Council^1st Council District,^is i \ t % Its BLAKK-Madison County.^Beaverhead County. forAssembly^1st Representative District,^J. HI. FISH, Stt-rliug.^BE^J-lEGLESTO\, Nevada.^SAHt'KL IRVIM, Junction. PorDistrict Attorney^1st Judicial District,^Jl DGK WMm WL S1AFFOKD, MadlMiaCounty. MAD...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 17 August 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1867 TheMontana Post SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1867. .'TILTOM, BEN.R. DITTES D. W. T11YTON ^ CO., Publisher*and Proprietors. 0* at the City Book Store, comer of Wall* 't and^Jack^* Streets. Virginia. CWy. Termsof Subscription On*oopy, ene r*^*r- do. six mowthe do. threw ^^^ith^ .tioo .5 00^. 3 SO Ratesof Advertising:^Card*, 5 line* or leas, 3 months. do.do.^Doe square, do.do.^do.^do.^do.^do. do.do. tenline* or lc do.do. 6mouths,.^1 7 I M 1000^15 00 do.do.^do.^do.^do.^do. do.do.^do.^do.^do.^do. 1insertion, ..4 00 2 do.6 00 1month-10 00 2do. 13 00 Iirosquares, 1 insertion. 3do.^6 do.^1 year,. do.do.^do.^do.^do.^do. do.month..^do. .^do. .^do. . 1500^25 00^35 00^6 00^8 00^12 00 ieoo 2400^40 00 6500 One-eighthcolumn, 1 insertion,6 00 do. do. 2 do. 12 00 do. do. 1 month,18 00 do. do. 2 do25 00 do. do. 3 do. 30 00 do. do. 6 do50 00 do. do. 1 year,70 O0 One-sixthcolumn. 1 insertion,10 00 do. do. 2 do15 00 do. do. 1 month.20 00 do. do. 2 do.30 00 do. do. 3 d...

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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 17 August 1867

THE MONTANA POST, S ATURD A Y, AUGUST 17, 1867. j,h BIIIIbs^-HN Shade Trfe. Sarafu J^*^rs Rgo.wheni want so old^or hansum az i am now. i waz a feller^ritiwn in one ot the sudden towns,^which during- the past 25 rears, hav^(airly sprung up, az it were, by necro-^' sn^cr. in tlu* western country. At that^time I wa7, verv ritch and owned the^hoQse, and tne cabbage plot the honse^stood' on- At nnfk COTtoQT ov my lot^glood, or rather leaned, a tree, az awk^^ward az an overgrown skoolboy : it bent^tt least 3 difierent ways, and its limbs^^ere az sprawling azt ho it had bin born^in a whirlwind. 1 had sum pride in them^aave, and longed to put that shade tree^ut ov misery. Thetr^*** waz a nondescribe.but seem^^ed tew be a mingling ov silver popular,^which has such uneasy leaves, and a^species ov soft maple, I would hav. cut^itdown if mi heart had bin sharp enuff,^but altho i hav lived on the edge ov the^wilderness tor more than half ov my life,^i never vet saw a tree fall before the^choppers...

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. — 17 August 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, A UGTIST 17, 1867. TheMontana Post NATIRDAY, AlttlST 17, 1867. Latestnews from an parts of the World REPORTEDBW. li. TELEGRAPH COMPANY EXCL;!SJVEi.lFOR THE TRI-WEEKLY POST. A* Un-.izc- t^alnst the ( tilted State*^-The President and Jlrs. Surratt No American Fenians Convicted^^Stanton to be DUmUicd-Farrn-^tfut In I.ii rope-Ira A ldrldy;e Dead. Thethreat ^ ahlnet Imbroglio^Got.^Aiken's Itecord^Stead man to be^*^^^ i i iarjr of War^The Surratt^Jiirj Iilitaeree and are Dismissed A Judicial Row^An Insolent^Turk France Jealoim ot Prnoia^Again ^ Indiana ^ Grant, Acting Siintary of War-War With Jauuu. Oencral!*le^^her'aFuneral Oration^--^Mm ii ton In Boston^rhe Turf^^^Conner Pnrrhaaei Dexter^ .Hex-^Ican n. \i^^^From IVaahlnirton^^^ uthedral at Frankfort Destroy^^ed^Uuaker ^ lt^ Quarantined^^Tlie Turks Independent and Pro^_i .^.^(^ ^ Revolt In IWexlco. PnUOMU, August 9.The Acton boiler fountry, North atreet. exploded thia^forenoon. One man was killed and two aari^...

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