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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 31 August 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1867. TheRaid on the Railroad. promtbe Omaha IfWHM wo ob-^^iin the following particulars of the re-^* t rHi,i on the Union Pacific Railroad. Ateight, forenoon, a freight train left^he Omaha depot as usual fur the West.^1 arrived at Plum Creek, which is two^hundred and thirty-two miles west of^here in fi00*1 tim^. 8:25, forenoon, yts-^xrd*^ lt ]eft 'he 8tation about ten^minuter after with a conductor.engineer,^grenian and two brakesmen aboard.^Tj,eV had proceeded eix miles westward^when the whole train of sixteen care^were precipitated off the track. The^^ were literally jammed into a mass,^whil^ their contents were crushed and^scattered about in great confusion, No^^ner were the care off the track than^about one hundred Indians leaped out of^the darkness, surrounding the entire^train, making it almost impossible for^any one to escape. The engineer, fire-^jn^n and the two brakesmen were im^^mediately shot and scalped, and then^fire was taken fro...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 31 August 1867

8 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1867. TheMontana Post SATIBDAT, AIGLST 31, 1867. OIR AGENTS. A.B. HaMILTOK, U oar Agent at Fort Benton.^Mr. A. j. Smith is oar Agent at Bannaok.^j. V FISH, Sterling, Hot Spring District. Geo.8. RAWXtNOS. Silver Creek. j.M. Mills, Silver Bow. JamesStuart, Deer Lodge. WORDEXaCO., Hell Gate. Agencyof Post, 52 Bridge street, Helen*. JohnTemple, Junction City. W.P. Parsons. Gallatin City. ED.ALLFIELD, German Gulch. H.H. Hathaawt. Highland District. f.church, Summit City. Campbella Co., Confederate Gulch. R.C. Johnson, Blackfoot. LN buck, Boalder Valley. WesletW. Jones, Reynolds' City, Elk Creek. 8.V. Ball, Beartown. J.W. Maori ERT, Rocker City. J.S. Williams, St. Louis, Mo. I*P. Fisher, San Francisco. Cal. HenryRierden. Argen'a. H.Ellis A. Co., Leeaburgh. Salmon River Mines.^chaunct Barber, Bear Caleb and adjacent mines. ansonfori), Batte City. CONTENTSOF THI8 NUMBER.^Paoe 1^Cavanaugh ; To Merchants; Civility or^Rowdyism ; The Missoula Ticket; Whe...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 31 August 1867

MONTANAPOST-Supplement. MOgTMA_POST. liTlRDIT TIORMNG, A176. 31. PESAND SCISM^BS.^Nevada. JohnW. Morgan iru killed at Day^^ton. Nevada, by a lall from the root of ^a^bail ding. He was a native of the State^of Indiana, and 53 years of age. .. .Vir^^ginia City was set on fire in three places^on the night ot the 2d inst., by incen^^diaries, but the fires were discovered^fortunately in time to prevent any great^damage being done... .The Episcopal^Church building, in Carson, says the^Jj^j*a/, for which the stone foundation^is already laid, is to be 26 by 46 feet^main building, with vestry in the rear^14 by 16 feet, and tower in front 9 feet^square. The walls of the building will^be 1C feet high, and the tower and steeple^surmounted by a cross about 76 feet.^The entire cost is reported at from $5,-^600 to #6,000. Gothic in style, it will be^a Fubitantial, handsome edifice... .The^Enterprise, in noting the nomination of^Wilbir F. Sanders, says: We are pleased^to no*^ the fact that *\Vm. H....

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

THEMONTANA POST. Newspaper, Devoted to the ^VIinera.1, ^VgT,ieu.ltu.i*a.i and Commercial Interests of^ Montana Territory. VOL.4, NO. 3. VIRGINIACITY. MONTANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1867. WHOLENO. 150. TheMolilalia Post. Withmalic* toward nooe, with charity fur all^with DrranvM in the right, a* God fives ua to see^la* right, let ns finish the work we are in, to bind^^p the Nation's wounds, to car* far hint who sh^ll^have born* the battle.and for bis widow and orphan,^to do all which may achieve and cherish a just and^a lasting- peace amonjr ourselves and with all^Nations.^Abraham Lincouc. CONTENTSOF THIS Nl'MHtr.^PARS 1^Connorer A-rain ; C ause and Effect ;^The Madiaou Vote; To Correspondents ; Gotham^VeDtares an Opinion | Th* Colorado Elections ;^Stand by Grant; The Latest; California Elec^^tions . Miscellaneous ; Undertaking a Big Task ,^Miscellaneous, Pace2^Pen and Scissors; From Boulder; Mis^^cellaneous. PaE 3^A Voice from Camp ; Fall Particular* of^the Recent India* Fight near ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 September 1867

fHE M^TAITa POSTT SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. 1867 TheMontana Post. SATURDAY, 9KPT. T, 1867. D.W. TILTON. BEN.R. DliTto D. W. TIL.TOI* ^ CO. Publisher*mad Proprietors. (Mmat tk* City Book Star*, rm-ntr ^/ Wmlluct swd^I'irfimim City. Termsor Sul .nptiori : On*oopj\ sue year08 00 do. ^ ' mesths,3 00 do. three months,3 SO Ratesof Advertising:^Basiness Cards. 5 linns or less. 3 months. do.do. 6 00 do. do. 6 month* ..10 00 do. do. 1 yearIS 00 Imsquare, ten lines or N-ss. 1 iaaecUwa. ..4 00 do. do. do. 3 do.6 00 do. do. do. 1 month10 00 do do. do. t do13 00 do. do. do. 3d*. IS 00 do. do. do. A do. 25 00 do. do. do. 1 year35 00 ISrosquires, 1 insertion, f 00 do. S dVs. 8 00 do. I month.IS 00 do. 8 doId 00 do. 3 do. 24 00 do.6 do. do.1 year..^Oae-eighth column, 1 insertion.. do.do. do.do. do.do. do.do. do.do. do.do.^(^as sixth column do.do. do.do. do.do. do.do. do.do. do-do. Oms-fourthcolumn, 1 insertion, ds.do. 2 do. 4000^65 00^^ 00^12 00^18 00^25 00^30 00^50 00^70 00^10 ( )^15 00 2do. 1month. ...

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

/ A VOK'E PROHICA9II*. Nidi THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1867. FortT. F. Mkaohkr. M.T., Aug. 31, 1867.^Colonel Martin Beetn, A. A. General, VirginiaCity, JH T. Sir: A mewengwr has j ust come throughfrom Colonel Howie for ambu^^lance to take care of hit. wounded. The^Colonel baa been, and probably in now,^fighting the red d^s, with what vucceaa^I do not know. Colonel Nelson has just^started, with all the available force in^this camp, to reinforce Howie. I fear^for Colonel Howie, however, not on ac^^count of his men not being fighters, but^hie force is small and |^oorly provided^for. H** i* following directly into the^heart of the Indian country, and against^^he combined forces of Upper Sioux,^Blackfeet and Crows. There is now no^longer a question but what the Cro^ s^ba*c joined the Sioux and Blackfeet, and^axe bent upon a war of extermination^against the whites. The Crows cer^^tainly killed Captain Weston and Frank^Hodges, and articles have been found in^their eamj). Boul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 September 1867

THE \f ontan a'POSTV SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1867. Theflontana Post if*\ v. IS07. REPORTEDBY TKl W. 0. TEL.H COMPANY EXCLUSIVELYrOR THE TRI-WEEKLY POST. CrlnceNairn Kalin Hi-nlriirpd^naxl*^mlllan's l-;x^^iillon*^Indian {Vlaa-^^f it^ In Ari/ona--!1ow Amnrntf^K^-^;ii latioiiM.. \^ li) McklcM waw re^^moved^A ^-^^vcrnorn' ronvenlloa^PropoMd~ European lntrllinenc-c^^Indian Buttle^ Spottr i Tall on^an* War-palIt. (ameroaFavom Impeachment^^lterrraae of Keren lie^Sheridan^romtns Wesl^Bankruptcy laa^Virginia^Senator JJ. A. ITlcUouffal Dead. TreasuryStatement^ The Spanish,^Insurrection^ The Times on the^Alabama Question^The i:mi^:ra-^tlon ^A tin* between Grant and^Johnson ^ What Poreien Diplo^^mats think of Johnson's Course (nlversal amuestySheridan LeavesNew OrleaiiH ^MckIch* Vin^^dication Mew Orei.u Cable^Kin^^ney on Indians^Vew^cl lost^Sheri^^dan's Ktcept ^ on. Pnn.AiiLrHiA, Asa .To.^Budget Dugan,^the Nevr Market murderer*, was b on at New^Orunawick to-day. bhe made a full confea-^aion. Niw...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 September 1867

THEMONTANA 3 Jauiwt*l:n^^ ,b*t subdue* the soul like the Dotes^r_TfcMin fl^*tjiHT *^y night over th^ sur-^2L- of sleeping water*. Preutiot. of the Louisville^tt , ^f' ^}^ of them : ^ One tniffht almost wish^^Tj. jf be k^ew that an beautiful a tribute aa this^JJg5 be written to hia memory.'^J^Qn the bosom of a river,^Where the sun unloosed his nuirer,^And the ftar lifb* gl*^med forever,^Sailed a Teasel light and free. Morningdew drop* hunt; like manna^On the bright fold* of her banner.^While the lephyrs rose to fan her^Softly to the radiant sea. Ather prow a pilot beaming^In the flush of youth stood dreaming,^And he was in glorious seeming,^Like an angel from above. Throughhis hair thebreexes sported,^and as on the wave he floated,^Qlt that pilot, angel throated. Warbledlays of hope and love. Throughthose locks so blithely flowing,^gads of laurel bloom were blowing,^And his bands anon were throwing^Music from a lyre of gold. Swiftlydown the stream he glided,^goft the purple wave divi...

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

THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER, 7. 1867. Sulphur,t Saving. TheV irginia Trespa** baa the follow^^ing of special interest to quartz miners:^One of the principal branches of in^dastry now being followed in Storey and^Lyon counties is sulphuret saving ; or,^in other words, catching in huge reser^^voirs or upon blankets laid in ordinary^alnice boxes that portion of thei fine sil^^ver ores which escapes the pans and sep^^arators in the mills. During the last^rear in these two counties at least one^hundred thousand feet of sluices have^been laid, covered with blankets, and^are now in active operation with profit^to those employed in the work. Very^many mills have saved sulphurets (or^tailings) in large bodies, and among these^the (Jould ^ Curry Company, through^parties holding the right, have corralled^two huge reservoirs of tailings. To the^lower one of these we paid a viait yes^^terday afternoon, to witness the first^working of Paine ^ Stevens' Separator^and Concentrator, which ta...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 September 1867

POETRY. ,I9CHA** ^^ ^ ^APX, O WAS- ntfchrffe the Craft, 0 Matter, Thebo^r ^' l*bor^ P**t,^j\nd she ^fW7i careworn workman jjiiface turns home at last,^Heart fall of joyous gratitude j,owthat his task is dona,^Xbst ha cad view his work and feci Biswages fairly won. Discbargethe Craft, O Master, The^un sinks in the west,^fbe weary son* of honest toil Wouldgo to seek their reat;^The Plars upon tha Trestle-board Arefinished for the day,^jb^ working tools of all tha Craft Artpat with care awiy. Dischargetha Craft, O Master. Theday is nearly done.^Toe golden vapor m the west Proclaimsthe setting sun ;^The swallows whirling in the sky Inisseening circles go,^Tbe columns at the warden's posts Ircreasingshadows throT- Dismisstha Craft, O Master, Fromlabor for tha day,^E'en as oar Great Grand Maatar shall Dismissas all for aya;^Until the rosy morn shall break Whenlabors all are o'ar.^And the Master's gavel calls the Craft Tomeet to part no more. VANITY. Tbesancones up and tha sun goat down. A...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 7 September 1867

8 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1867. TheMontana Post. SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1S6T. USAGENTS. A.B. Hamilton, is oar Agent at Port Boston.^If ^_ A. J. smith ia our Agent at Bannaok. J.M. FISH, Sterling. Hot Spring District. Oko.8. Rawiwos. Silver Crook. J.M. Mills, Silior Bow. JsmksStuasTT. Doer Lodge. WoRDKNa Co., Hell Gate. Agfwyof Poet, 53 Bridge street, Helena. Jon*tkmi'lr, Junction City. W.P. Parsons. Gallatin City. d.all field, German Gulch. H.H. Hathaawt, Highland District.^F. church. Summit City.^Campbell St Co., Confederate Gntoh.^K. C. JOHNSoJt, Black foot I.N. BUCK, Boulder Valley. WeslktW. 'ones, Reynolds' Cite, EJk Creek s.v. Ball, Beartown. J.W. Ma^;kuert, Rocker City. J.S. Williams, St. Louis, Mo. I..P. Fisher. San Francisco. Cal. He.ukYRKKOKN, Argen'a. H.ellis St Co., Lee*burs;h. Salmon RiTer Mines^CHAUMcr Barber, Bear Gulch sad adjacent lines. Anson Ford, Butt* City. THECITY. 1MBWeek ^ Arrived^A B Baeaett Sapt W U TCo Goo Stewart^Mrs J Wimmer T. J. Highland ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 September 1867

THEMONTANA POST. A. Newspaper, Devoted to the Mineral, Afn^tooH iii-nl and Commercial Interests of Montnna Territory. VOL.4, NO. 4. VIRGINIACITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1867. WHOLENO. 160. TheMontana Post. bya portion of the press seems to have^had no foundation worthy of that impla^^cable enmity and unyielding opposition^which characterized the campaign, end^^ing in the defeat of both the Union^candidates. The head and front of this^offending, aided and abetted by leaser^^j ^ bbs! m t.^ard onor, with charity for all influences, wag the Sacramento Union, villiBrnmeM in tb^ ricSt, a* God gives us to sea I.\.a. tb* r gbx. let as taiah tt* work we an in. to bind heretofore the staunch unswerving^.yibe Nation ^wo^^u^., care for him who ahull! organ of the party,-with a circulation of ktretoroathe IMMM for Ins widow and orphan, OBrVwkA lado all which may acaieve and cherish a just and 2o,000 Copies, and the controlling journal lastingpaao^ aioocp ourselves and with all ' jof th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 September 1867

2 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1867. TheMontana Post D.W.TILTON. BEN.R. DITTES D. W. T1L.TOX ^ CO., PublUbrmand Proprietors. Ogieemt the City Book Sfrr. corner of Wallace and JaekuonStreet: Virginia City. eopy^do.^do Termsof Subscription: oneyear00 ixmonths,* 00 threeBooth*3 50 Ran of Advertising: (nr.ii 5 line* or less, 3 month.-^rlo.do. do. 6 months. do.do. do. 6 00 1000 1year15 00 400 do.do.^d^v^do.^do.^^^. Two^qn^rfii,^do.^do.^do.^4c.^a I^do. insertioa. do. 1_ H mm. 8 00 1month,13 00 2do. 18 00 3do24 00 6 do. 40 00 1year65 00 Oneei^ljth polnran, 1 insertion8 00 do. do. t do. 12 00 1month,18 00 I do.25 00 3 do. 30 00 do. 50 00 1roar70 00 ithcolumn. 1 insertion^10 00 do. do. 2 do15 00 1month,20 00 9 do.30 00 3 do.36 00 6 do.55 00 1year80 00 1insertion12 0 do do.do. d.^do.^do.^do.^do do,do.^do. do.do. do.do.^do.^do.^do. Oae-tourtbcolumn, do. do. do.do.^do. do.do.^do. do.^do. do.^One-half column. 5do. 18 00 1month.84 00 2do. 36 00 3do45 00 6do65 00 1year90 00 1insertion...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 September 1867

THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1867. rhl.Truth About Chicago-Grace to^^.all, tirrotliiK. enedby many solaces. She will not^stagnate here. She can be charged ev Z, ., .^-ry day with the electricity of the world's OraceGreenwoodwrites to the C hicago progress through the columns of the Tribuneas follows :Chicago Tribune (to say nothing of the Chicago, August 5, 1867. electric baths) and she can be charged^MV Wayward Sister: I have just GVeT 80 hi^h f^r ice creams and French candies,and ^ loves of bonnets.^ In the^lecture season she can listen to the sil- HelenaAdvertisementsKING- ^^ GILLETTE, HELENA, [.T. peeDan extract from your last book.your vervlast, I believe, giving your impres- ionsof Chicago,** received during vour 1 ver7 ripples pf Emerson's philosophic ^^transit from one station to another. You j speec^. *^ the Greek oratory of Phillip*. '^understand, it seems, how not to see it | ^lth lts passionate surge and dash, and I wouldthat vou knew a* well ^ how j lone^ s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 September 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1807. TheMontana Post. SATIRDAV HOHMIVV, SEPT 14. BEHORTEDBY THE W. U. TELEGRAPH COMPANY EXCLUSIVELYFOR THE TRI-WEEKLY POST. TheAntlrtam Cemetry ^ K annas^Mnmpere - A Chapter of Acci^^dents ^ The Amnesty Proclama^^tion^ The TCflect of the California^Klection^Fred, Dotixlas E^e^*llnea^Appointment^Seward** Successor. PresidentialPardons^No Interven^^tion^^i a ribald! Threatens^Sheri^^dan's Heceptlon^The ITIalne Eler.^t|on^Conmlmloner Collins to lose .Ills Head^IHuntana Keporled^^Governor's Jfleetine^The Sculling:^Tlaten^The ^Hba t able^Cholera-^Servant Calrls Protest. NewYork, Sept. 6.^A special from Mon^^treal reports a serious riot among the Iri:^h at^Griffin town. A (Teat many were wounded :^three seriously Newbitrg,Sept. 6.^The rowing match be^^tween Uamil aud Brandon is postponed until^to-morrow, owing to the rough weather. Baltimore,Sept. 6.^The Committer on^Ceremonies for the dedication of the Antie-^tam National Cemetery have completed...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 September 1867

Upturn*from Hlzhland.f a^ l_u^^^n Volunteer^ at Red MtunUin^Hilda us the following transcript of the^jiciion record* at that place, and claims it^L a fair, ^^la*r'' 'tan^* UP^ P*rty fl*ht, in 2g|the Union men came o Delegateto Congrats WilburF THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, SEPTjBMBEJRJ4, x-/^ TI7i^ ITA f A W/-v*v*f~*._^_^ananas.. an^n*._~^W^W W 1867. oneahead: Sanders Caranaugh. 133137 DistrictAttorney. o-rboarI Rep.) henJ(D*^-) legislativeCouncil. Srock'R'P)' Y-'unt(R*P-) ftand(Dem.) 137137 13S .138.137^137 Assembly. 132137^138^139^137^138 ini*(Rep-) 'uDbey ^ Dillon ^ ^^^ j|cKlrJ (Dem.) B*rell ^ - EJwnrds^ Sheriff. fellows(R^P )136 KcUoreen(Dem:)140 CountyClerk, Johnson;Rep )119 Owens(Dem.)116 jjrown ^ 39 Justice^{ the Peace. g.g. SUckpole (Rep.)^138 Wsa-C.Blake ^ 128 McCann(Dem.) 130 D.K. Parker (Dem.)141 Constables,g s. Wslker (Rep.)134 E.H. Jeanjaquet (Rep.).129 ;F. Beck (Dem.) 138 Wb.E. Rice ^ ^128 JudicialProceedlns*. li^TJUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT ^ AU^OUST TKHM. A. D. 1867.^l^r^P^...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 September 1867

6 THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1867. Heroesof the ^Lost Acorrespondent of the Boston Jour^^nal writes as follows: NewOrleans is now the home^many men whose names, within the last^few years have acquired a celebrity not^altogether honorable, but certainly wide^^spread. The city is full of the heroes^of the ^Lost Cause.^ Without mention^^ing brigadier generals, colonels, and^officers of a lower rank, of whom there^ate so many that if you call out ^colo^^nel !^ in a crowd a dozen men will an^^swer you, there are living here twelve^or fifteen men who held very distinguish^^ed rank in the armies of the late Con^^federacy. Most notable of them all is^General James Long-street, whose late^noble and timely letter has called down^on his head the denunciations of the^rebel press all over the South, and the^copperhead press all over the North, and^has caased him to be socially ostracised^here by men who are not worthy to^black his boots. He is a member of the^mercantile firm of Ow...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 September 1867

POETRY. ST.LEON'S TOAST. 4 TSIB WAXTKR SCOTT. feft^t was o'er. Now brimming win*^1: lordly cup was seen to shine Beforeeach eager gueet;^4-jgilence filled the crowded hail,^jFIhP as when the herald's call Thrillm the lo/al breast. fln np arose the noble host, Andsmiling, cried, ^A toast! a toast! j0^jl our ladyea fair ;^Her*, before all, I pledge the name^% vtaunton'o proud and beauteous dame TheLady Gundamere. Onickto his feet each gallant sprang,^n joyous vu the shout that rang^As Stanley gave the word ; od*verT cup WM rmis*d on h'5h^^ifor cea^ed the loud and gladsome cry^' ^Till Stanley's Toice was heard. Enough,enough,^ he smiling said,^lad lowly bent his haughty head. Thatall may have their due,^\ow each in turn must play his part,^And pledge the lady e of his heart, Likegallant knight and true. Then,one by one, each gnest sprang up.^And drained in turn the brimming cap, Andnamed the loved one's name;^And each, as hand on high he raised,^Hi- lsdye's grace and beauty praised, jj...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 14 September 1867

8 THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER U. 1867. TheMontana Post. RATrRHAT, SEPT. 14. ~i(S6T. OURAGENTS. A.b. H amtt.ton, is onr Agent at Fort Benton. Mr.A. J. Smith it our Agent at Bannao*. J.M. FISH, Sterling. Hot Spring District. Geo.8. RAWLISGS, Silver Creek. J.M. MILLS, Silver Bow. JamesStuart. Deer Lodge. WORDKXaCo., Hell Gate. Agencyof Port, 52 Bridge street. Helena. JohnTemple, Junction City. W.P. Parsons. Gallatin City. Er. AllfieU), German Galea. Hll Hathaawt, Highland District. F.Church, Summit City. Campbell^ Co., Confederate Gnloh. K.C. Johnson, Blackfnot. I.N. Buck, Eoulder Valley. WesletW. Jones, Reynolds' City, Elk Creek. S.V. Ball, Beartown. J.W. Maoruert, Rocker City. J.8. Williams. St. Louis, Mo. L.P. Fisher, San Francisco. Cal. HenryRikriex. Arg-enta. H.ellis a Co., Leesburgh, Salmon River Mines^Chauncy Barber, Bear Gulch and adjacent^saines. AnsonFord, Butte City. THECITY. Heteorologhal Record. i'atk| 9 a. m. |18 m.| 3 r. m. Arrivalsand Departures During the^Week...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 21 September 1867

tTHE .MONTANA POST. Hi A* Newspaper, Devoted to the Mineral, Ag-rieiiltiii-al artel Commercial Interests of Montana Territory.^VOL. 4, NO. 5.J ~~ VIRGINIACITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1867. WHOLENO. 161. TheMontana Tost IMPEACHMENT. If. TILTON 1 CO. PUBLISHERS Onthe 7th of January, 1867, Ashley,^of Ohio, in the House of Representatives,^impeached Andrew Johnson of high^crimes, charging him with usurpation of powerand violation of the law in that^he had corrupted and abused the ap^^pointing power, corruptedly disposed of^public property of the United States,^interfered in elections, and conspired^with others to commit acts which were^high crimes and misdemeanors. He^at the same time offered a resolution^that the Judiciary Committee be author^ized to inquire into the charges and^make a report. Spaulding moved to lay^the resolution on the table, which wus^CaurMd Effect; ^Th^ Mural of From Gen. ]ost bv 109 nays to 89ayes.and the com-^. htej The I^e,ter Purchase ; Maine^tl)e inv...

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