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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 26 October 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1867 TheMontana Post* SATIBDAV, OfTOBKB 26, 1867. IK.-V AND s^ ISSOIIS. TheOregonian of October 4tb says :^^ Lewis, with, a corps of assistants, will^this morning commence the preliminary-^survey* for the purpose of locating the^line ot the Oregon Central Railroad.^The first labor of the company will be^an examination of all the available^lines or routes leading from the city of^Tiie West.Portland to the south and southwest. AtVirginia^Nev.) Oct. oth. a miner Tne firBt line examined will be that up-^named Pat Prfce. while working in the on tne old Canyon road from Portland^Chollar-Potoei mine, was caved on seve- west to the Tualutin Plains.^^ral time* and finally crushed to death Stanley, who killed Caldwell at True^The JretpaM says: After the space of kee Meadows a few weeks ago, says the n^^UrL,idu PaST^, 5 860011(1 t**11 /*f 1 Enterprise, is still in custody. Justice^tll1bur^ed 1,1 m 8i!U deeP^*r. ^hen he Ferguson, as we stated the other da...

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. — 26 October 1867

THF \ynNT an a port, ratitritaY^. OCTOBER 26. 1867. flu*Montana Post. Ltibdiy mihkhioc x. 26. 1'bo.nbkar TOW .\.^A Vindication. KoitoRPost : I noticed in the Herald^^agihy article in regard to the Irish^^ t'^en^ Df Bear Town, and their conduct th*'recent affair in which Mr. Love-^\r ^^^ killed. What object has the^Editor ^^^'the Herald in view^ If it is createa feeling of animosity between the Irishand Americans in this Territo-^I know that the Irisn- Supponedto be murdered. -it is wrong 'enof Bear Town did not justify Ryan^,n the killing of Lorejoy, and believe^he bad as many friends among the Amer^^ican* among the Irish. It is true^jjjere have been some bad men here, an^evil which few mining camps are exempt^from, bat the citizens of this place are,^^ a whole, quiet, orderly, law-abiding^people, and it is not only unjust, but^prejudicial to the welfare of the commu^^nity to stir up a feeling ot hatred be^^wern inen of different nationalities,^tad incite them to angry discussions a...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 26 October 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20. I*^i7 Thellonlaua Post REPORTEDBY THE W. U. TELEGRAPH COMPANY^EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE TRI-WEEKLY POST. RumoredIntervention of France^and Sualii-.TIexleo; Juarez Prnb^ably Elected President^ I'lie Exiles^en route^ Francis Joseph Speaks^H1^ Jlliid^The Sentence of a .^Will^tary Commission lie no red^Crete^Still lor War^The Jefl*. Davis^Trial^Affairs In Italy. TheItalian War^'Victor Emanuel^to sustain the September Treaty^^A Horrible Casualty^A Destruc^^tive Tornado^The Cretan War^^The Tennessee Senator^Official^Vote of Olilo and Pennsylvania^^The Vlnclnia Elections. Paris,Oct. 18.^Napoleon and cabinet have^concluded that Victor Emsnuel'a efforta to^enforce the terms of the September conven^^tion in respect to the invasion of the Papal^territory are not effective. Fears are enter^^tained of a collision between the French and^Italian forces now marching toward Rome. Lohdob,Oct. 18^It is reported an insur^^rection occurred in Rome last night. Greet^exci...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 26 October 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1867. f|rMontana Post. noRMx;,orx. 20. ,nexquisite little poem, which appeared^H*^^^ Journal, and it probably from the^It U a perfect gem.J tifulsong on the slumbrous air, 28rT-r ti** i^ftj, through the valley of dreams ;^^( 1 from a clime where the roses ware, hair ^fILefulheart and bright brown^':A*t w*TeJ iu the morBln* haams. w0f azure and eyes of brown,^i(*7Z^^w-wbite foreheads are there; Croatand a glittering Crown,^h^d ^nd a couch of down,^* r^thopes and leaflets of prayer. thof Spring in the breexy woods,^1* . _.f t^ from the quivering pine,^^^^iolet eyes beneath green hoods,^*hk^l* of brooklets, a scent of bods,^wanderers and clambering vines. wreathand dimpled hand,^^c and a slighted tow^^IwJtToldea links of a broken band,^Pq7t track on the anow white sand,^^ tear ^nd a sinless brow. ,'sa tincture of grief in the beautiful Tvt sods on the slumbrous air, messfelt in the festive throng,^t. on the soul as it trembles along^dims where th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 26 October 1867

MONTANAPOST. THE MONTAN A POSY. SATURDA Y, OCTOBE R 20, 1867. MLrglnlature. NAT!I [DAY jhorning, OCX. 26. ASjiIIIus Oa\rris*e for the Plains. Wewere, on Saturday, says the St. LouisDemocrat, of Monday, shown a^model of a ^sailing carriage.^ designed^for crossing the plains to New Mexico.^It has two upright jib sails, and a sail^on each spoke of the two wheels on one^side ot the wagon, with steering gear^acting on the forward wheels, and pro^^vision for transferring the wheel sails to^the opposite wheels. The inventor^Chas. P. Maczowitzky, a German, wh^has been a sailor, and has since spent^several years in traversing the plains^The long and tedious voyages of the^trains led him to think of and perfect^this contrivance, which he seems earn^est in thinking must succeed. When the^model is placed upon a plane and blown^upon, it is moved readily by the wind^He relies upon the ascertained constancy^of the prevalent winds on the great^Plains, over the route named. A full^sized sailing carr...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 26 October 1867

THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1867. ftcjNgjaMPost mm*** t|OKl^^^. OCX. 26. POETRY. SOLITAIRE. at^loo*,I^]in ^7 room *!*Twine till lU rich maroon^lf^*.^,n my cbeeks I ML *fcee uk* min* ^^ **^^^*^ ^ r)arW at mine through the smoke ..inr the Hlent joke,^*j2Tr^ll from my spent cigar,^Bf^fv!if asleep in my chair,^VlTZd think what fools we are^t{5W^ to pl^y souTAim. ! for ^ 1^P to touch th*^5 ^ip it* nectar with mine,^tArtU of ^ ^ic* and the sound of a kiw J221in lh*olden t,m'' 'e^ hearts were trumps with me; ^TgBdwoman^he in his prime,^j f to her his knefr Tuaflnot what she said to him, *tbe game ^he played him there,^rZj^ hp siu in the midnight grim fit*hu wiM *^d ^OLrrAlM ! ople chimes ring the midnight hoar,^3n7fir^ m the grate barns low ;^^i einp's ^o flat, and tasteless, and sour, Iiad I *noW what ID*ke^ ** 80 1*j-ot ^ood in Bden alone wAdam's bachelorhood ; L rob my ribs of a bone, '.Tjgfcto heaven they would !^siiaiious heart has grown desolate, jb^^ unpitying fair !^aTre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 26 October 1867

8 THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAY, OCTOBER_26,J^ MO\TAj\APOST. SAT!KDAY JIOHMNG, ^^ X. 2^. OURAC. I VI s. A.B- IlAMILTOX, Is our Aarent at Fort Benton.^Mr. A. j. smith is our Agent at Bannack.^J. M. Fl^h, Sterling, Hot Spring District,^Geo. 8. RaWUXg.si, Silver Creek.^J. M. Mitt.* Silver Bow.^James Stuart, Deer Lodge. woruen*co., Hell Gate. Agencyof Post, 52 Bridge street, Helena. John^TV-mple, Junction City. W.P. Parsons. Gallatin City. ED.ALLFIELP, German Gulch. H.H. Hathaawt, Highland District.^F. Chi rch, Summit City.^CAMrTFT.L ^ Co.. ConfederateGnlch.^R. C. Johnson Blackfbot. I.n. BUCK, Boulder Valley. WesletW. Jn\F..-^, Reynolds' City, Elk Creak.^S. V. Prut, Beartown. J.W. Maorcert. Docker City. ' IJ AJ a^J. 8. ^Williams. Sl Louis, Mo.^L. p. Fisher. San Francisco, Cal.^HENRT RlERDEN, Argenta. H.ellis Sl Co., l*eM^unrh. Mwon River Mines^Chalnct Barber, Bear Gulch and adjaden FORIVButte City.^Geo:ii;e M. BbWK. Beartoww,^Davis WlLSOJ. Bozeman City. M.T. THECITY, etcorologlealRecord. O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 2 November 1867

THEMONTANA POST. i VIRGINIACITY, MONTANA. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1807. WHOLENO. lt^7. TheMontana Post. jP. TILTOfl ^ CO. PUBLISHERS ,.Y~.H- MILLS, - - EDITOR. _jth maiioe toward tiooe. with charity for all.^th flnnD^* in the rrlit, as ^lnd gives ua to see^iT^t-at. let n^ finish the work we are in, to bind^2 Catkin'* wounds, to care for him who aball^borne the battle, and for his widow and orphan,^FT ,;i which may achieve and cherish a ju^t and^^^p^ceam.m* VVmi^P^nHT^R^^]^i,- ,K~7ie3Lmnt^- ' dependent Government, may summon to^r .-raith^and about 200 miles of the Yir- ,. . . . , .. . . , giniaCity road. The abandonment of this n,B ald the legions of the hated Emperor^road the Sioux demand, asserting the travel and lav waste their vine clad hills for^thereon to be a justification of their going to i : ^ ...^. , . _ warwith the whites. Coveting this fine coun- c,a,ming their own. Italy and Rome onntelreeand with all N'a- i c ABRAHAM LlNCOI-X. CONTEXTSOF THIS NUMBER. (ifiThe Indian Commi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 2 November 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, NOVEJIBERJj, 1*(^7. TheMontana Post SATURDAY,NOVEMBER 2, 1807. PENAND SCISSOR*. Xb West. TheVirginia, Nevada, Enterprise of Oct.18 says; We wonder if the Best ^^Belcher. I^ick Sides, White ^ Murphy^Central, California,and other companies^owniag some 1,500 of ground on the^Comatock lead, between the Gould^Curry and Mexican mines, ever intend^to do anything more toward the devel^opment of their claims. One thousand^five hundred feet of ground is a good^deal to be lying idle in the heart of the^great Comstock vein. Why the compa^^nies above named do not join and sink a^grand prospecting shaft on a line with^the late developments in the Hale^ Nor^cross is something we do not under^^stand. The cost to so many companies^would be trifling compared to that in^^curred by some single companies on the^lead^the Sierra Nevada and Bullion for^instance. A shaft could be sunk on ^^or F streets that would well serve all^the companies owning ground between^the Mexican and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 2 November 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2. 1867. rheMontana Post LlTl BDAV JWOftNINC, NOV. 2- fromtbe St. Louis Democrat. Sept. 30. ^thof ^^^*^^ Merlins Price^A Urie l^|*V^l^ sketch of SB ( aroor. fbeannoan^*^mpnt that Gen. Sterling !^P^pp breathed his last at two o'clock^re^:erd^T morning' created surprise, as '^L j,ad been stated a day or two pre-^'^oos'y tnat ne wa8 recoveri^K from the j^rtgck of chronic diarrhea by which he^, been prostrated tor several days, i^niBce Hi return from Mexico, about a J^U ago. the health of Gen. Price was |^^j^jod. his naturally vigorous consti-j^Igtfoa having been greatly enfeebled by^.^hardships which he endured during^^dosing scenes of the rebellion. Death^baring sealed the eyes of the man whose^Ltedf ^re recorded upon the pages of^t^iory, we may speak briefly of his ear-^iereareer and throw the veil of charity^,rer the later events of his life,^geaeral Sterling Price was born about^^he rear 1810, in Prince Edward county,^inrinia. within a short dis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 2 November 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, NOVEMBERJ, 18(i7 Thellontiiiia Tost. RATI 186T. REPORTEDBY THE W. U. TELEGRAPH COMPANY^EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE TRI-WEEKLY POST. Latestnews from all parts of tie World TfieThunderer Arraisim Napoleon^^Virginia Votes for tbe Conven^^tion^ Brownlou Klc^ ted SensJor^The Ohio Vote^Trouble about the^Richmond Election*-The Indlrn^Comminlon^A t.uy Fawkes Plot^in Home-The War in China^ Ylex-^^emn News. TheNew* from Italy^New York^and Ylexlco^The Cotton Crop^ Fe^^nian Trial*^Bribery^ThankNKlv-^Ing Day^Currency Contraction. IndianTreaties Con suiumated- The^I . I*. It. U.^The French Interven^^tion^Ironclads and Troops Gone^to Italy^The Pope asks for Pray^^ers^Destructive Tornado-Reports^from the Mouth^Ei-tiov. Andrew^Dead^Garibaldi at ihe Wall* of^Home^Fever at Yale^Santa Anna^sentenced to Die^A flairs In Italy^Critical^The Exposition Ended ^^The Indian War Subsided.^London, Oct. 24.^Th^ Times has a strong^editorial on French intervention. It stigma^^tises the compulsor...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 2 November 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1867. 5 fhcMontana Post, DAY inifMX.. *OV. 2. POETRY, MRF. ii^ndors of the moniinS t*^* billow-crests^^ brighten.^Tightening ,n^ ,nnnE tbetn on to the land:^,wat with where the wan vessels whiten,^Hoc rollers breaking, in turf where we stand,^ji-jttd Uk^ the necks of a legion of horsee,^Each with his froth-gilded mane flowing free. course.^Sea ! Hitherthey Sp^^l ^ perpetual cr^jjearinC thy riches, 0 beautiful cwitb the striving, of yesterday's surges^j^hfd by the wanton winds leagues from theshore, r.chdriven fast by its follower, urges^F^trle^5ly those that are fleeing before; Howthey leap ortr the ridges we walk on,^flinging us gifts from the depths of the Humorons, I should like that beautifully spot^^ted little tiger cat,^ said a lady while^visiting a menagerie. ^What for^^^said her husband. * Oh. to have for a^pet,^ aaid the lady, ^ and to sleep with.^^^ What do you want to aleep with such^a thing for f ^ ^ Why, just to see the dif^feieic...

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

THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1867., MONTANAPOST. FAR OFF CHATS WITH OLD^friends. carelesslya;roes his arm, and he stood^for some moments in painful reflection^^I as he seemed to comprehend the sad SATURDAY HORNING, NOT. 2. ' destiny of himself and his brethren. White man at war^Injin must die^^mast die ! was his parting expression,^as he walked off in broken pride toward^the capital to share the bounty of the^Great Father. While her lord was thus^tarrying to contemplate the inexorable^laws of progress and mourn over the fast^receding sun of their existence, the ten-^Editorial Correspondence Franklin Repository. I df * helPm^** ransacked the rubbish .,. ... .. ^ _ . , * .. about the cabins for worthless rags; and Aboutthis time you would probably guiltle88 of ^n^t and indifferent to^expect me to write that- the melancholy ; fat she lodded on ^ her favorite^days have come, the saddest of the year ^ \ ^uit T1^ were Bannacks and friendly^but we have no melancholy days in the ...

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

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1867. TheMontana Post. sATtBDAY IOK MX., NOV. ^. poetry. THETWO AR.1IIBS. lowingrretty P^*m ^^ from the pen of Dr.^.f Harvard I'niversitjr. lilife * unending^Kln marshsl'd h columnpours, Two two^n^iM on *ne trampled shores^That f^ath flows back between. /v.,march t j tbe drum-beat roll,^The wiUe-m outhed clarion't bray, ij;,!bear^ upon a crimson scroll,^^^Our glory is to elay. Ob*mores in silence by the stream, Withsad yet watchful eyea,^Cslm as th** patient planet's gleam Thatwalks the clouded skiea. AlongMi front no sabers shine ; 'oblood-red pennon\ ware ;^Tfc banner bears the single line, Ourduty u to save. forthose no deatb-bed's lingering shade: Athonor's trumpet call,^With knitted brow and lifted blade Inglory's arms they fall. Forthese no clashing falchions bright, Sostirring battle-cry;^The bloodless stabber calls by night, Eachanswers, ^Here am I! Fortho^e the r-culptor's laurel'd bu*t, Tiebuilder's marble piles.^The anthems pealing ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 2 November 1867

lONTAJUPOST. SVTl'RDAY IWOBMNG, NOV. 2. OIR AGBSTS. AB. HaMILTOW, is out Agent at Fort Benton. jifLjl. j. Smith is our Agent at Bannack. J.M. FuH, Sterling, Hot Spring District. Geo.8. Rawunos, Silver Creek. J.If. MlI.L*, Silver Bow. JamesStuabt, Deer Lodge. Wokdexa Co., Hell Gate. Agencyof Port. 52 Bridge street, Helena. JOHNtemple, Junction City. W.P. PabbONB, Gallatia City. Ed.AU-HSU), German Galcb. H.H. HathaaWT, Highland District.^F. chubch, Summit City.^Campbell A Co., Confederate Gnlch.^R. C. Johnson, Blackfoot. I.N. Buck, Boulder Valley. WesleyW. Jones, Reynolds' City, Elk Crack. 8.v. Ball, Beartowa. J.W. MAGBt'eby, Hooker City.^. J. 8. Williams. St. Loom, Mo. L.P. Fishes. San Francisco. Cal. HenryKieri^en, Anjrenta. H.Ellis A Co., Leesburgh. Salmon RiTer Mine* chalnctBakbek, Bear Galch and adjacen^mines. ansonFobd, Butte City.^Beorge M. Brock. Bearkown, M. t.^. DatIS Wilson, BoaemanCity. THECITY. I-ATH ]*IcteorologicalBetord. 9a. m. I12 m. I 3 p.m. 4Ct. -' c^a ~ *l3e^;^^-45...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 9 November 1867

VLA T THEMONTANA \_ ^'ewipaper, Devoted to the Mlnertrtj, ,V^i-ionltui-nl and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. ptfli^!i;tiiolf 4^ilT \mt.4, NO. 12. VIRGINIACITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1867. WHOLENO. 168. Ifhe Montana Post. ,g TILTOH * CO.. f bat.very strangely, in their nominations^left out those who had opposed the mea^^sure and nominated others known to be^- - PUBLISHERS in its faTor it iB believed that this and theprohibition question will be preju^^dicial to the saccess of the party. Wis^^consin elects a full State ticket. Lucius thatalice towardwith *aanty *^^r all, [ Fairchild, the present Governor, is the JBtt^t^^^^*\^ Republican nominee. The Democrats^'** Ratios'* woaad*. to oara for him who^h*n bave nominated John J. Tallniadge, who -- KDITOR. 3r'^horn* th# battle, end tbr bis widow and orphan.^jS VTwbich uiav acta.*** aud cberiab a juat aad ^^^i'1 mCT ^m..n^|r ouraelvea aud with all Na-^*^,^1abrIhaii WWW CONTEXTSOF THIS NUMBKR.^.,4fEl_Important Elections...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 9 November 1867

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 9 November 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9.187 ftK l TIC ^POBT. rtht between Gallagher and Davit^Its 'TmMiraul Terminal! ~ ion--J APicture of the EludingSeissK herep^rter ^^ tne t'level*nd Herald (be following accountof the final^IIH^I ^aad wcLening termination of the^g^combit on Fighting Island be-^BUJJT pa via and Gallagher, of that city : V,rtv fifth^^ T*me' ^ MOT* the time^\LT - Time ! ^ hoarsely bawl fifty^who are deeply interested in the pro^.. Tin^^ M is repeated by N#wT-5SBKxS2f*** ** *^!Helena^^vertisement*1O. BAIXJEY, Thenew. and as we believe, ephemeral I BUNG^ ^ GTTiLETTE, town of Cheyenne is ambitions. It)^wants to become a Capital and in order toeffect this must have a Territory. H HKLENA,- ^ nr. x issituated about two miles north of the northline of Colorado, too near the i southernedge of Wyoming to become ' :#; thecapital of that Territory according to^its present boundaries. Thevoters of Cheyenne have held an :^lue election and chosen a delegate to Om^Galla- gress. Thi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 9 November 1867

7*8 r i 11^'l 1/ ' I V ( ) ^/ MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1867. TheMontana Post. SATURDAY,HOVKUBKK 9, 1807 | FuWhcl Not. S^Midnight.^ Osrribaldi^I remain*^t Monte Rot undo, in the ^ntr^tich^BpdU. lit refuses the King'* tamnnu to^I di-b*nd, unless ^ change b made in the present ministry. Napoleonbaa proposed to Victor Emanuel^| to submit the settlement of tha Komapques-^tioa to the mnabitants of Rome an! tha Pa^^pal provinces, by popular vote. Italy de^^clines to accept this plan for the solution of^a question in which tLe interests of the whole^: nation are so deeply concerned. CorKKRAGKK,Not. 3.^It is again reported^that the United States baa purcbaaed the-Dan-^i*h West Indie-, lbe amount now etnte.1 is^fourteen million', (old. 11 ia said Criater.zen.^the former Governor of St. Thomas, will be^j sent to Washington to complete the transfer. London,Nov. 3.^The Brazilian papers aay^the nllied forces will not undertake any at^^tempt for a siege of the fortificatious of IIu- ^| ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 9 November 1867

ok-bi. THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 18677 MESSAGE,0VERNOR GREEN CLAY SMITH TOTHE UjilSLAI TRK OF MONTANA TERRITORY. LBAV3DHAJ nuf the (\^ou Howeof Representative* :^The people of Montana hare chosen you, after a full discussion of all^iihlic, local and political questions of the times, to represent them^*h^tbi* Legislative Assembly.^3]3 Q {A 'theTerritory is large, comprising more than 172,800 square miles,^I th a population of probably sixty-five thousand souls, yet your num-^| is small; the whole welfare and advancement of this people in ag-^1 ultural, mineral and mechanical, as well as in moral, intellectual and^\ Ul interest, is entrUvSted to your deliberation, care and action. omeconclude that the workings of territorial organizations are of^tie consequence : that their operations are of short duration, aud that^1 ttei^ must and will move along in a given way; that responsibility^slitrht, and no such rules shouM attain as arc adopted in older coin-^initu's- It is tho...

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