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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 17 August 1867

POETRY. Ili I PIIESK^T ^ Itisis. btjames Rl'SSEI.L LOWELL. Whi,,on' 'or Freedom, through the broadearth's aching breast^Km* ^ thril1 of Joy Prt^Ph*'^c. trembling on^K from east to wert; iodthr il^TP^ where'er be cowers, feels the^^oul within him climb^t awful verge of manhood, as the energy the THEMON TAN A POST, S A TURD AY, ATT GUST- 17, 1867. 5 Totb. wa century bursts full-blossomed on^1 thomj stem of Time. Throughthe walls of hut and palace shoots *tke instantaneous throe, rhmthe travail of the Ages wrings earth'a^.v.-M^* to and fro : Atthe birth of each new Era, with a recog^^nising start, \:i n wildly looks on nation, standing with^mote lips apart, Anl Si**- Truth's yet mightier man-child leaps^beneath the Future* heart. formankind are one in spirit, and an instinct bearsalong, Boundthe earth's electric circle, the swift^fjaja of right or wrong ; Ifgttberconscious or unconscious, yet hu^^manity's va:-t frame, ThroughIts ocean-fundered fibres, feels the^^u-h of joy or shame; In...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 17 August 1867

; TheNew Indian Commlulon-Th*^Bill as It Im now a Law. Thefollowing is the bill for establish-^t ing peace with certain Indian tribes now^at war with the United States, as it^passed both houses and was signed by^the President, and which is now a law :^Be it enacted, etc., That the president^of the United States be and he is hereby^authorized to appoint a commission to^consist of three officers of the army not^below the rank of brigadier general, who,^togetner with N. G. Taylor.commisaioner^of Indian Affairs, John B. Henderson,^chairman of the committee on Indian^affairs of the Senate, and John B. San^^born and S. F. Tappan, shall have power^and authority to call together the chiefs^and head men of such bands or tribes of^Indians as are now waging war against^the United States or committing depre^^dations upon the people thereof, to ascer^^tain the alleged reasons for their acts of^hostility, and in their discretion, under^direction of the President, to make and^conclude with said ba...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 17 August 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1867. W*v *g (ason; )aii to a*, wismw,^N ablsu WILY.I**^*- a ,.- (tofprt City t..^plana. fl51 pryj ka pD rs Tb Citizens ^feetlnc Pursuantto adjournment, the citizens^f Madison County assembled in the^^nited States Court room, in Virginia v M. T-. on Saturday, August 10th, 1*67at six o'clock p. m., Col. Wm. M.^-iufford in the chair. Jad^e W. L. McMath.chairman of the Committee,submitted for adoption the following, prkambtj and resolutions.^Whkbsa9, The citiiens of the city of Vir^^ginia, in the Territory of Montana, consider^that they haTe just reason to complain of the^wanton negligence and conduct,maoifested by^iMfe Fargo ^ Co., transporters of the United^^States^ Mai)^, in the manner they convey the^tht mtm^ on the orerland route, from the^M^souri rirer, ria Salt Lake, Utah, to Csli-^fotm, on which the people of this Territory^.^ dependant for their postal matter, and^\Vb^s^as, It is published in the Salt Lake^onrnals and confirmed by private...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 17 August 1867

8 THE MONT A N A I^(1ST, SATURDAY, A UGUS TT 17. 18677 TheHon tana SATIBDAY. AHilST 17, 1867. OURAGENTS. A.B. H MULTOit, is oar Agent at Fort Beaton.^Mr A. J. SMTTH is our Agent at Bannack.^J. M. Fl8H. Sterling, Hot Spring Diswrie*. GE^. S. RaWLINT.s, Silver Creek. J.M. MlI.La, Silver Bow.^James KtI'ART. Deer Lodge.^WOKDIN4 CO., Hell Gate.^Agency of Post. a2 Bridge street, Helen*.^John Temple, Junction City.^W. P. Parsons. Gallatin City.^Et^. Ali.FIEI.D, German Gulch.^HI! Hatha aw Y. Highland District.^F. Cl ii. Summit City.^Campbell ^ Co., Confederate Gulch.^R. C. johxsoh. Blarkfoot.^I. N. Bl k Boulder Valley. WfsLP.lW. Junes, Reynolds' City, Elk Creek.^R. V. Ball, Beartown.^J. W. Magriekt. Rocker City.^J. R. Williams. St. Loois. Mo. 11^I* P. Fisher, San Francisco. Cal.^HF.nkt Ko.kiks. Argen'a H.Ei.ua St Co.. I/eesburgh. Salmon River Mines.^cravkct barber, Bear Gulch and adjacent mine* i\wN Forp, Butte City. JKo.O. Olcen, of Virginia, in oar authorised^Agent to receive subscribers ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 17 August 1867

MONTANAPOST-Supplement. 0\T1\APOST. IATVUATMOBSIXG, AVCk 17 Coloradoand her Ores In Pari*. CommissionerVVhitney writes as fol^lows to the Register : Paris,Jane 29, 1867^Friend Register^I wrote to my clerk^in Boston to-day for him to telegraph^you that the ores of Colorado had receiv^^ed the highest medal awarded by the^Exposition. Thismost gratifying information was^communicated to me to-day officially by^the imperial commission, with a notice^from M. F. LePlay, Counsellor of State^and Commissioner General, to present^myself before His Majesty, the Emperor,^upon July 1, and receive personally^from his hands the medal awarded. You^may be quite sure that if I am not ill, I^shall be on hand. Three classes of med^^als are given^of gold, of silver, and of^bronze. After the medals are ^ honora^ble mentions.^ Only two gold medals^for mineral exhibits are given the United^States. To Colorado first, and for the^wonderful rich exhibits of rubv, silver,^and chloride ores from Idaho; the latter...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 24 August 1867

THEMONTANA POST. A. Newspaper, Devoted to tike Miix-i-sil. Agricultural and. Commercial Interests of Montana Terri. ^r.y. VOL.4, NO. I. VIRGINIACITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1867. WHOLENO. 157. TheMontana Post DISSECTION. Menfrom the same stand point, view th same object.and form different cipin-^' ions as to its size, shape, color and sub^^stance. Viewed from different positions^these opinions may be still more icon-^flicting and incongruous, and yet be^honest, perhaps, each partly right. The^' fabled quarrel of the Knights as to the^1 colorof the shield is an illustration. But,^i when instead of tangible, material ob^^jects, it is an idea, a proposition, or a^governmental action, where conflicting^passions, interests or prejudice precedes^even the primary consideration of the Withmalice toward noof. with charity for all^wvh CrranfM in the right, an God (rives us to ten^the r |th'- '** n* ''^ th* work we are in. to bind^^p tb^* Nation's wound*, to care for him who sbill , bar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 24 August 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1867. TheMontana Post. SATURDAY, ACGI ST g4, 1867. 0.W.t1ltoh. BUTR. DITTES D. W. TILTON ^ CO., Publisher*and Proprietors. Ofctat ihr i try Book Star*, comer of Wallace and^Jacltao* Streets. Virginia Cum. Termsof Subscription:^^c^py. one year#S 00 do. six month:*,5 00 do. three months.3 50 Ratesor Advertising:^Business Cards, 5 lines or lass, 3 months do.do.^^ squa*e. do. do.do. 6 month*,^do.do 1 year,. .. tenlines or less, 1 inoertiou. . 1600 1000^15 00^4 00^6 00^10 00^13 00^15 00^25 00 do. twosquares, 1 do.3 do. 1 month18 00 do. * do18 00 do. 3 do. 24 00 do. *' do. 40 00 do. 1 year65 00 Ommeighth column, 1 insertion8 00 do. do. S do. 12 00 1month18 00 I do25 00 3 do30 00 6 do. 50 00 1year70 00 1insertion,10 00 2do. 15 00 1month,'JO 00 2do.30 00 3do.36 00 6 do.55 00 RevenueDecision. t'omraissionarRollins has recently^i rendered the following decision*: Thekeeper of a hotel, inn or tavern,^lis liable to a special tax as such, if his^an nasi pro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 24 August 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1867 f because the matter we^worthy of him. (JKN.ORANT ON SfTKKIDAX.^Wilke gpirUaays! Inthe course of a viait to Washington^^jie preset week we had the pleasure rfco^rin;'- a remark made by General^Arrant, which we think should be given^to the country. Darin* the period of^the rebellion it was our advantage toen-^. v personal intimacy of some of the^most prominent members of the govern-^ent, and we have always made it a^wint never to repeat any of the expres- 0nselicited during such intercourse in^^'ne columns of this paper. There are^options, however, even to the strict-^fft rules, and we propose now to make achan exception in relation to General^Orant, not because he usually says very^little, and the public are anxious for his^opinions, but^have to 6*ate is so very justto Sheridan, and for both these^reasons so useful to the country, that^JJTdo not think it ought to be withheld,^tfeneml Grant, on the occasion we re^^fer to. had introduced to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 24 August 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1867. TheMontana Post NATIRDAY, AI GI ST 24, 1867. BEPORTEDBY THE W U. TELEGRAPH COMPANY^EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE TRI-WEEKLY POST. Latestnews from all parts of tie World Yellowh'*'\cr In Tf.vn^- Komciii for^WalriiMHin^I'arrasut s^i Cronntadl^^ Bank Broken--.H^-xiro Refliacs^to Deliver ^1^ \ imi11ii*m Body-^Plot Atsaln*t Hi. I^ope^Billiard*^in California. ThfLoalalana Kleetlon ^TlllUary^i'ltan^i^-H^The Soldier* and Pallor*^Spenk-An Indian Battle (.rant^on the BeeoiiHtriK-tlon^Treasury^Krporl-Bonton Honor* Stanton^A Good tttreak of l.lirli t n I n^^Thoma* Believes Sheridan- Hall-^road Tlonopoltcft Strangled In New^York^Blnderpestand Yellow Fe^^ver in the Kast. TheCuba Cable Working^The Af^plnwall ^ltro-(;l^cerlne Suit !^^'-^elded^En^rllnh Parliament Pro-^rojtued^Peaee Throughout Eu^^rope^Pa) masters .'flustered Out^^Sheridan takes it Coolly^llosseau^and Mend ma ii Oeleeti ve^James^RiK'hanan III^lindorsal of the^Liberals. Ciuciwjiati,Aug. 16.^The Comme...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 24 August 1867

THE_MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1867. EfliertonComity Union Ticket. For ui mm It f. m\di:k\ ofMadison County. ForDistrict Attorney^3d District,^GEORGE MAY, of Edgerton County. Forthe Legislative Council. K.McltELL, E. T. McLAUGHLTJBT. Forthe Legislative Assembly, loeenzkoppleb, GEOEGE cohen,^d. r. leeper, H. H. LOHMTRE. ForSheriff. johnfeatherstun. ForClerk and Recorder, charlesw. powler. ForTreasurer, t.h. kleinschmilt. ForProbate Judge, corneliushedges. ForAssessor, t.j. anders. ForCommiMiooer, p.t stribbling ForCoroner, 0-s- ingersoll- FerSuperintendent of Public Instruction. e.t. Mclaughlin. POETRY. SOITIKBODY'SDARLING. Thefollowios; Poem by Miss Marie Leoate. U froma collection of Southern poetry lately pub^^lished : Intoa wan! of the whitewashed walls.^Where the dead and the dying lay Woundedby bayonets, shells and bill*^^Somebody's darling was borne one day. Somebody'sdarling ! So young and so brave,^Wearing still on his pale, sweet face. Soonto be hid by the dost of t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 24 August 1867

THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, AUGUST,_245_l_86^7_. The lovementTor the Aunrxatloi^of .Mexico. Duringthe last lew days a new move^^ment has come to light, which has for^its object the annexation of Mexico to^the United States. The facts concern^^ing it are as follows : It seems that a^Mr. Abbott, brother of the historian, J.^8. C. Abbott, has been engaged for two^years past in planning and maturing a^scheme for the acquisition of the north^^ern tier of Mexican States, with ^ view^ultimately to the absorbation of the^whole of Mexico. He has traveled ex^^tensively through that country,put him^^self in connection with its leading men,^including Juarez, and made overtures to^them, with the tacit sanction of the^United States. Until lately he met^with but little encouragement in Mexi^^co. Since the capture and execution of^Maximilian, however, his propositions^have been more favorably considered.^A few days ago Mr. Abbott succeeded in^getting together a number of prominent^Senators and Repre...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 24 August 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 186 7. OjrFlCIAXiDIRECTORY.^Federal Officers. r_r,RKKNCLAT 8MITII.^, Ttrn* Fkakcm Mkaurbk. .,./J^stW^1l L. HOSKIR.^%ZjL*aU JustUs^-U. B. will18to*. aA DV9 Ja * Gr**rmi^w*- M. STAFPOkB j.ut4States Mar thai^geo. m. PlXXET.^jam* I' * Marshal^J. X. IiKllM.F.11^c^^XfTT- firuerui^(;**. Sou 8. Meredith.^vLr**^rr ^/ Z^^*^ QJUe^O B. OB aw no*^^S***^ Internal Htvonus^t. c. etests.^Vw/frrfor Internal Revenue^N P. LAXGFOKO.^^Zrki. ^ District Court^I.. 8. Peck. Vsv.^Citrik 2at District^C. e. I avian. Silver **CJrk 3^ Judicial District^Cm as. W. fowleb, B'1*^ Territorial Officers. iiwr-JOH!* H. Miso^j-,mr-r^JoHN 8. ROCRKELLOW. Rtitntethe committee : P. B. Cornwall,^Lewis Cunningham, O. P. Sutton Dr J^M. Tewkaburj, H. H. Washburn....^Tides in the Gulf of California are so high^that they ran into the Colorado desert^eighty miles, the water reaching to Mar-^tines, on the San Bernardino and La^Paz road. . . .The following persons, resi^^dent in San Francisco, fi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 24 August 1867

8 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1867 TheMontana Post SATURDAY, AC CP ST ^4, HOT. OURAGENTS, A.B. Hamilton, ia our A pent at Fort Benton.^Hi A. J. smith U our Agent at Bannock. J.M. Fwm. Sterling, Hot Spring District. Geo.8. Rawukgs, Silver Creek. J.M. Mlt.lr, 8ilver Bow. JamesStl akt. Deer Lodge. Worhex* Co.. Hell Gate. Agency^f Post, 52 Bridge street, Helena. JohnTemple. Junction City. W.P. Parsons. Gallatin City. ED.Al.LUfct.fi, German Gulch. H.H. Hathaawt, Highland I) -trot^F. CllLRCH. Sum ink City.^Campbell A Co.. ConfederateGulch.^R C. Johnson, Blackfnot. I.N. Buck. Boulder Valley. WesletW. Jokes. Reynolds' City. Elk Creek.. 8.V. Ball. Bearto^-n. J.W. Marri eky. Rocker City. J.8. Williams, 8c Louis, Mo. L.P. Fikiier. San Francisco. Cal. henktRlEKPEN, Krgen'a. H.ELL'S A Co., Leesburgh. Salmon River Mines.^ClIALNCY BaRBEIi, Bear Gulch and adjacent^mines. AnsonFord. B-utte City. JKo.Ck Olcex, of Virginia, U^ oar aisthorteed^Afrent to receive subscribers end moneys. His re...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 24 August 1867

MONTANAPOST-Supplement. WOWAYtPOST. sATlBDAY nORMNG, AI G. 2 1. Cavanausbat Blackloot. Wehave been f unii-liwith a synopeU of^jjr. Cavanaufh's speech at Blacki oot City.^Such ririd and daisling flights of oratory shouldnot go unrecorded, therefore we re^^corded, taking the liberty to parent hasixe a^thought en passant. Beganby gloritying his Democratic princi^^ple *nd record (Glorily, to magnify and honor^{n worship-^Webster.) ^Desired to address^luuiself to Republicans. (Trying to get into^rood society^commendable.) ^tVas here to^rtT^ sinners, not to bring the righteous to^judgment.^ (Assuming the tiod.) Drew a^^ompamon between the northern and* late^rtbel States, ^lias not the man in the north-^extern States greater political rights than^tbe man in South Carolina ^ ^ (lie had. We^ire establishing political equality now.)^^^Stood by the tomb of Washington when the^waters ot tbe Potomac sang a peaceful re^^quiem to the ashes of the Father of his coun^^ty.^ (So one ever suspected him...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 31 August 1867

THEMONTANA POST. V ^'cw^|^a|icr. Devoted to the Mineral, Agricultural ^n^l Commercial IntercstH of Montana Territory. VOL.4, NO. 2. VIRGINIACITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1867. WHOLENO. 158. TheMontana Post. n.W. TILTOSI I CO- PUBLISHERS JAS- H* MTTiTiffT. - - EDH'OR VS'iiiimalice toward oooe. with charity far all^^h firmu**^* in tbe risrbt, aa Owl gives ua to aaw^tha rcht- 'et uS ^D'8n toe work w* ^re in. to bind^tbc Saturn's wounds, to care for him who aba!I^vTre torn*,ne battle.and for his widow aad orphan ,^ao all which may achieve and cherish a ju^t and^U^tiog- peace amoos; ourselves and with all^l^ABRAHAM LINCOLN. UNIONTICKET. ForI ^ ;^ _-.i:o to Congress, tOLOACI.IT. F. iiIMM MadisonCoanty. ForCouncil^ l^t Council District,^HENRY N. BLAKE^Madison County.^E. D. LEAV1TT-Beaverhead County. FurAssembly^1st Representative District,^J. n. FISH, .Sterling.^Ill N J. EULESTON, Nevada.^Sini'EL IRVIN, Junction. ForIHstrict Attoruej-^1st Judicial District^.U DOE WTf. VI. STAFFORD, M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 31 August 1867

THE THEI i'J'I K YELLOWSTONE, TheScenery at Emigrant Gulch--'D. W ^ tries^bis hand on a Description--The Mines--^Cumulative Evidence in regard to the Upper^Yellowstone--The World of Wonders-Where^the ^ U. S.^ Horses Co-The Bear Gulch Mines. FHOIHBiNNAf] MONTANAPOST, SATUEDAY, AUGUST, 31. 18 67. RegularCorrespondence. EditorPost : Since my last you will^Bee by this heading I have changed my^base. Business dull and still declining.^Half dead with ennui, I seize the pen for^relief. Out from my cabin door looking^down upon this beautiful valley, I ob^^serve the finest scenery in the Territory.^The Yellowstone river flowing through^for ages, has washed itself through a^thousand different channels, until it has^found its present one. Bluffs, buttes and^foothills have been formed, with inter^v*^ning valleys, gulches and wide sweep^ing plains, with their innumerable turns^and windings, such as fancy alone can^picture. I look down upon this broad^stretch of country#from where I am wri^^ting,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 31 August 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1867. POETRY. THEA VITOR. btcaito.1. Idf*} baa bean written and aaid about the J^ k flying machine heina; built ia San Fraa-^^^i 'tbe trial trip of the machine haa been de-^m^Abom time to time, and ia bow fix ad for 8ep-^***** ^rbe fol!owing linea are probably more^**^j^a aaajt the machine will be. bat in caeje it^^WhapP*n tof!**'1 ** th* time ^Planted, they^fits ^^*^^^ Harrahfor the winfi that ntw tire Forthe nerve* that never quail;^.vi tbe heart that beau in a bwom of fire^^v tbe lungs whose csst-iron lobes respire, Wherethe esgles breath would fail ! ftsthe cenii bore Aladdin away, Insearch of his palace fair,^aJ hi^ magical wings in tha land of Cathay,^, here I will spread out my pinions to-day Onthe cloud-borne billows of air. r. -p; to it^ home on the mountain crag, Wherethe condor builds its nest,^i mount far fleeter than hunted stag ;^I float far higher than the SwiUer's flag Hurrahfor the lightning's guest ! Awayover steeple, and cros...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 31 August 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 18(w TheMontana Post ATlRDAY, ACJOUSX 31, 1867. REPORTEDBY THE W U. TELEGRAPH COMPANY^EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE TRI-WEEKLY POST. Latestnews from all parts of the World Removalol flow ard Certain^A New^De^l and Frmh ^ urdn Anollit r^Indian Slau^hter-JprrmUh J^Dead^^reat Freshet In thr Vicini^^ty of' Wanhinston-The Vigttt at^Vormosa-IIeadror C'anby to Sne^^ered SleKles ^Blockade Runner^Destroyed^ ln^arrection In Spain^^The Indian CommlMlon-i( ouu*^ell or Eiuperora. TlieNew Naval Station^Rosseau^Write* a abetter^ fhe Cuba Rumor^Revived^Army Regulation*^An^Abolition Congrcda-A Speck or^War-The SiianUh Insurrection^^Rerdan Rifle* Ordered^The Cor^^respondence Between Grant and^John*on-The Kntlre Cabinet to^be rhancrd-A New Atlantic Cable fire*, and KiploNlona^Johaaon Ofl'ervHoward'tOfllcetoa Negro. TfHilary Heservat Ions^ The ^llll-^Ury ^ hanjren ^ laVafaMI Captured^Cars Crossing the Alps^The Vlr-^trlnla Voters^Catholic PrlentH Ar^^rested^The Herald's Spec...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 31 August 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1867. 5 EigcrtonCounty Dnion Ticket. ForCongress, %%-ilbi;rf. sander*. ofMadison t'ounty.^for District A itoroey^3d District, HENBYBUBDICK. Forthe Legislative OmA S.McNETL, E. T. McLAUGHLIN. Fortbe Legislative -Wmbly. tm; BUESON, GEORGE COHEN,^p. R LEEPEE, H. H. LOHMLEE. Forsheriff, JOHNFEATHEBSTUN. ForClerk and Recorder, CHAELESW. FOWLER ForTreasurer, T.H. EXETNSCHMIDT. ForProbate Judge, CORNELIUSHEDGES. ForAssessor, T.J. ANDERS. VorCommissioner, .T- STRIBBLING ForCoroner, CS- INGERSOLL- fnf Superintendent of I'nblic Instruct!-.mi. B,T McLATJGHLTTf ForSurveyor. BF MARSH bedid not believe tbe general govern^^ment would authorize tbe payment of^his enormous bill, and adverted to Idaho^as an illustration. The public printer^of Idaho was not a Radical but a Demo^^crat. He made out bis bill for $54,000,^true enough ; but Congress cut it^down to $4,000, Why did you not^tel| that, Major^ The Democrat^says we ^ fail in accuracy^ when we^^attempt figur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 31 August 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 31. 1867. TheMontana Post. SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, lc^7. D.W. TILTOW, R.L TIES D. W. TIL.TOIV ^ rO., Publishersand Proprietors. OfU*at tMt City Book SUrre. corner of H ollare and^Jackaon Streets, Virginia City. Termsor Subscription:^On* copy, on* year,f ^0 do. six month*,5 00 do. three months3 50 Ratesof Advertising:^tin*** Cards, 5 lines or less, 3 months.,^do.do.do. 6 months, -. do.do.do. 1 year square, ten lines or lea*. 1 insertion. 6 00 1000^15 00^4 00^6 00 rosquares,^do.^do.^do.^do.^da^do. 3500 insertion,6 00 S 4s. 8 00 1month,12 00 2do18 00 3do24 00 do40 00 1year,65 00 One-eightheolnmo, 1 insertion8 00 do.do. 2 do. 12 00 do.do. 1 month18 00 do.do. 2 do. 25 00 do.do. 3 de30 00 do.do. 6 do. 5000 do.do. 1 year,70 00 One-sixthcolumn, 1 insertion10 00 do.do. 2 do. 15 00 do.do. 1 month,20 00 do.do. 2 do30 00 do.do. 3 do36 00 do.do. 6 do.55 00 do-do. 1 year80 00 On*-fourthoolumn, 1 insertion12 00 d*.do. 2 do. 18 00 do.do. 1 month,24 00 d*.do. 2 do36 0...

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