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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 27 October 1866

THE MONTANA POST. A Newspaper*, Devoted, to the Mineral, Agricultural and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. m?Z?^?^P??tZrn. \ MY COUNTRY, MAY SHE ALWAYS BE RIGHT; BUT, MY COUNTRY, RIGHT OR WRONG. ^^fn?..CT V0L73, NO. 10. VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1866. WHOLE NO. 114. THE MONTANA POST. e L _ - ^ 13. W. TILTON Ac CO., BLl' p w. Tn.TOS, Bew. R. Dittks, 96-10 PUBLISHERS ^ PROPRIETORS. O^ct at the City Book Store, corner of Wallace and ~ Jackson Streets, Virginia City. Terms of Subscription : shop One copy, one year, $8 00 do six months, 5 00 ^aP' ?Mo. three months 3 50 1 Rates of Advertising: p.intiness Cards, 5 lines or less, 3 months.. $ 6 00 1! do. do. do. 6 months, . . 10 00 rnr_ do. do. do. 1 year, 15 00 (ire square, ten lines or less, 1 insertion, .. 4 00 ? do. do. do. 2 da .. 6 00 I ^ do. do. do. I month 10 00 A - do. do. do. 2 do 13 00 . do. do. do. 3 do 15 00 94 do. do. do. 6 do. 25 00 do. do. da 1 year, 35 00 Two squares, 1 insertion, ti 00 do. 2 d...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 27 October 1866

2 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1866. THE MONTANA POST. j HENEY^ N. BLAKE, - - - Editor. W Saturday,. - - - October 27, 1866. ?, UF Our Agents in the different towns and mining camps of the Territory and elsewhere, will please take notice that the If terms of subscription far the Post have . %een increased to $3.50 per quarter, $5.00 ? for six montlis, and $8.00 for one year. Oi H AGENTS. tc A. B. IIAMILTUX, is our Agent at Port Benton. fi MR. A. J. SMITH is our Agent at Bannack. ^I J. M. Fish, Sterling, Hot Spring District. rf Geo. 8. Kawmnos, Silver Creek. J. M. Mills, Silver Bow. lo James Stuart. Deer Lodge. , Worden a Co., Hell Gate. ^ QIlfatrick ^. Bryant, Helena. ~^ JOHN TEMPLE, Junction Citv. , Chas. E. Smith, Gallatin City. '2l MAX WAGNER, German Gulch. (y H. IL Hathaway, Highland District. P. Church, Summit City. Cl Gamphell ^ Co., Confederate Gulch. ,^^^ B. C. Johnson, Blackfoot t, I. N. Buck, Boulder Valley. *^ O. W. White, Keynold Citv. Elk Creek. !^ J. W. MAGR...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 27 October 1866

TK[E_MONTANA POST, S Aj??AT?Cjr?_BER?7, T866 . ~3 MISCEMiANBOVS ITEMS. met _Gov Andrew speaks of hogs as con- of t ?ntrated corn.^ itg c _The bait Lake Leiegraph has a col- upoi ^imo printed in Danish. 8pot _A henpecked husband writes : ^Be- and fore marriage, I fancied wedded life and would be all sunshine ; but afterward I was found out that it was all moonshine. Jacl ^The brother of Jefferson Davis, at spec Warren, Miss., has been pardoned. He ^ raroe under the $20,000 clause. com ^Marshal Forey said, in the French dem SeQate, it would take at least fifty years dep. of foreign occupation to fit Mexicans to tion support a government. jfev ^Fred. Douglas and sons anticipate met establishing a paper in Alexandria, Va., wer about December 1st, to be devoted to the amc interests of the Virginia freedmen. 000 ^Mr. C. Blake recently made the trip sons between Omaha and Denver and back 977, j.Tain in nine days, including twenty- ^ four hours spent in Denver. tion ^A suit now pending in t...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 27 October 1866

4 THE MONTANA POST, SATU R D AY, OCT OB ER 27, 1866. THE MONTANA POST, j^ HENRY N. BLAKE7 - - - Editor. d^ ^ ^ ol Saturday, - - - October 27, 1866. Je Our Agents in the different towns w and mining camps of the Territory and ^^ elsewhere, will please take notice that the V1 terms of subscription for the Post have 1E been increased to $3.50 per quarter, $5.00 ? for six months, and $8.00 for onagear. 18 ^ Ml .^^^^Hill ^ ' | Si B*y This paper may be read gratuitously in C^ London at the central establishment of ^Hollo- w way's Pills and Ointment,^ 244 Strand, where ad- . Vertisements and subscriptions for the same are re- 1* oeired. a1 Eespect for Judicial Authority. Tho conduct of some of the citizens of ^- Montana, who believe that the last Leg- *e i^lature was a lawful body, has been M highly censurable in one respect. They m have often employed language in speak- ; 01 ing of Judges of the Territory, which j ^ every person must condemn. What crime J w have these gentlemen committed?...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 27 October 1866

JTHjEJlONf ANA POST, S ATURDAY?OC TOREK, 27, 1866. 5 fHE MONTANA POST. H Ol'B AGENTS. . B. Hamilton, is our Agent at Fort Benton. ^~t MB- A- J- Sm1^ is ^^r AKent at Bannack. ot 1 ) M Wi^! ^Ster'inf' Hot %ring District. best MB. S. Rawllygm, Silver Craek. / ji Mills. Silver Bow. _ ^iaMES STL'ART. Deer Lodge. can VokuKN'* Co.. Hell Gate. t tl .IILPATBICK 4: BSTAST, Heleua. JOHN TEMI'LK, Junction City. riiAS. E- Smith, Gallatin City. Max Wao.NER. German Gulch. ne!^ H H. Hathaway, Highland District. and j. CHURCH, Summit City. CAMPBELL Sc CO., Confederate On lob. ^ K C. JOHHHS, Blackf.x.t. firm I K. BL'CK, Boulder Valley. tow ,; W. WHITE, Reynold City, Elk Creek* trv , ; AV. MAOBLEKY. Rocker City. ^* j S. WILLIAMS. St. Louis, Mo. L.P.FISHER, San Francisco. Cal. ~ ^ jSo. THOBNLEY, of Virginia, I* our authorized fl^ trent to receive subscribers and money*. His ;?eirt will be good. port __One of the most desirable places to feed tor ur hire animals, is at the new stable of Foster the i Cul...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 27 October 1866

6 ^THE?'ONTANA POST, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1866. Personal Sketches of Distinguished In Senators. be Vtce President Foster, Fessenden, Hend- '. tb ricks, John Creswell, Sumner, Wilson, > 80 Davis, Chandler, Sherman, Howard, I Outhrie, Brown, Nye, Lane, Stewart, in Cowan, Trumbull, Morrill. ce The man who stands in the focus of [ j^ the Assembly is a New Englander, Mr. I . Foster. He bears the name of Lafayette, j lIl and is a direct descendant of Miles Stan- dish. Whoever looks for excellent ped- P* igrees in high places, can find one here, remote and sturdy in its origin and re- m publicanism in all its traditions. Twenty- 01 seven years of public service find him quiet and vigilant, a caim, intrepid Pres- fr ident, whose strong will has kept the roughest tractable. J THE PAST OF THE SENATE. This body, taking the name of the I grand old assembly before whose white j * and flowing beards the barbarian Gauls j m stood abashed, has nevertheless had its ' *^ pioneer history, when the...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 27 October 1866

JEMM=M^EMM?^S>^'r * SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, l866\ ^^7 ] Board and Rest j AT THE ! ; DEER LODGE HOTEL, w DEER LODGE CITY. ioe Clark, - - Prop'r. Co l EXCELLENT accommodation for guest,; and j Yj boarders. FIRST CLASS FARE PROVIDED GOOD BEDS. Alarte and commodious FEED STABI.LV I ?er Uie oare of an experienced and attentive iSr. THREE HTAGEH THFY ..livers Line) leave this Hotel EVERV OTHER 1 ntl Helena, Reartown, Virginia City, T ind all the^ HIKING CAMPS OF THE TERRITORY. jyTrareiers will savO MANY INCONVEN IENCES j^ stopping at this House. oll2w TOSQA GILLETTE, pa HELENA, - - - M. T. ^ :o: Wholesale OIZAJLTE.TL.-EZRS J is Groceries, pj Dry Goods, Clothing, Boot* and Shoes, Hj I Hardware, Farming . !' Implements, n Liquors and Cigar*. c? Money advanced on merchandise, and goods stored in a fire-proof warehouse. q wll2 KINO Sc GILLETT. ORETGHTON ^ OHLE, ^ 11 SWRAGE AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS j Wholesale and Ketail al GROCERS, 01 FIRE-PROOF STONE WAREHOUSE (Formerly occupied by Creighto...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 27 October 1866

8 THE- MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1866. Board and Rest AT THE ^ DEER LODGE HOTEL, * DEER LODGE CITT. Joe Clark, - - Prop- r. ~ C EXCELLENT accommodation for guest* and boarders. FIRST CLASS FARE PROVIDED. GOOD BEDS. A large and commodious FEED 8TABLB. Under the care tf an experienced and attentive bottler. THREE STAGES H (Oliver's Line) leave this Hotel EVERY OTHER MORNING for Helena, t Beartown, Virginia City, And all the ^ MINING CAMPS OF THE TERRITORY. (4p~Travele^ will save MANY INCONVENIENCES By stopping at this Honse. ol la w KING ^ GIxaLETTIJ, p HELENAi ... M. T. :o: WhoSesnle DEAEELEI18 IS Groceries, j Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, I Hardware, Farming Implements, - j. Liquors and r * I Cigar*., j c j Money advanced on merchandise, and goods stored in a fire-proof warehouse. j?- wll2 KING ^ GILLETT. j , | CREIGHTOIV ^ OHLE, STORAGE AND COMMISSION j MERCHANTS] Wholesale and Set ail a GROCERS, a jc FLEE-PEOOF STONE WAREHOUSE ! ^ (Formerly occupied by Creighton ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 3 November 1866

THE MONTANA POST. A Newspaper, Devoted to the Mineral, Agricultural and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. T^abliHhera and iProprietor*. ( MY COUNTRY, MAY SHE ALWAYS BE RIGHT; BUT, MY COUNTRY, RIGHT OR WRONG.^ K TERMS: . ^ ^^ ^ ; ^ ~^ ^ _ .. (^8 a year, in advance VOL. 3, NO. 11. VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA, SxVTURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1866. WHOLE N0~ 115. THE MONTANA POST. | 1 13. W. TILTON ^ CCX? BL^ p. w. Tilton. Bex r. dittes, I 96-10 PUBLISHERS ^ PROPRIETORS. j Ofx? el the City Book Store, corner of Wallace and j Jackton Streets, Virginia City. ?10 Terms of Subscription : j shop, on*, wry. ^ne y^'-- *s oo JjJ ,i^ six months, 5 00 I J^ r' ?o. three months, 3 50 j^*? Rates of Advertising: _ Business Cards. 51ir.es or loss, 3 months.. ^ 6 00 \ do. do. do. 6 months, .. 10 00 r,___ do. ^lo. do. 1 year 15 00 One square, ten lines or lees, 1 insertion. .. 4 00 ? do. do. do. 2 do. .. 6 00 do. do. do. 1 month 10 00 A 1 do. do. i! do 13 00 1\ 4,,. do. do. 3 do U 00 94 do. do. do. 6 do 25 0...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 3 November 1866

2 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1866. THE MONTANA POST. HENRY N. BLAKE. - - - Editor. Saturday, - - - November 3, 1866. Our Agents in the different towns j and mining camps of the Territory und \ elsewhere, will please take notice that the t terms of subscription for. the Post luire been increased to $3.50 per quarter. $5.00 J, for six months, and $8.00 for one year. OUR AGENTS. j A. B. Hamilton, is our Agent at Fort Benton. Mk. A. J. SMITH is our Agent at Bannack. a J. M. Fish, Sterling, Hot Spring District. ORo. S. RAWLTSG8, Silver Creek. \ J. M. Mn.?s, Silver Bow. James Stuart, Deer Lodge. WORDEN'* Co., Hell Gate. I GlLPATRICK Sc BllYAXT, Helena. t John Temple, Junction City. . Chas. E. Smith, Gallatin City. Max Wagner, German Gulch. * H. H. Hathaway, Highland District. F. Church, Summit City. CAMPBELL Sc Co., Confederate Gulch. R. C. Johnson, Blackfoot. ? I. N. Buck, Boulder Valley. tt. W. White, Reynold City, Elk Creek. J. W. Maoruerv,^ Rocker City. t J. S. Williams, ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 3 November 1866

_THE__MONTANA POST, SATURDAY,' NO VE M BER 3, ~^l866 . _? ~ ;j The Snow. war i the snow. the beautiful snow. tlie HUing tbe sky and earth below ; tu ' r t),e bouae-tops, over the street, , ,i,P heads of the people you meet, Dnoiw, up 1 Flirting. cou] Skimming along ; u-autiful sn^^w 1 11 Joes wr^^^- ^SJg to kiss > bit lady's cheek ; the raMr*f to lil,s B ,roli0SOIne freak, mac ^2*N fr0^' ,hf beavon ab,>v,>- min Pure as an angel, gentle as love. ^ lb! the snow, the beautiful snow, had llow the flakes gather and laugh as they go, shit WbirlinK ah*,ut lW maddening fun, 1 1, plays, in its glee, with every one, g^ ' Chasing, ane; Laughing, for i flurrying by; in j, it lichts on the face, it sparkles the eye, . lad tb^ J^l!rs- wi,h a ,,ark au^l a nonnu, Si-bp at the crystals that eddy around ^ cast rfce town is alive, and its heart in a glow, odd f0 welcome ihe coming of the beautiful snow 1 mef H^w wild the crowd goes swaying alonjr, tenl U^:l'm^r tacb other with humor aud song,...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 3 November 1866

^_ _7 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1866.' THE MONT AN A POST7 HENRY N. BLAKE, - - - Editor. Saturday, - - - November 3, I860. Our Agents in the different t^unis and mining camps of the Territory and elseiehere, mil please take notice that the terms of subscription for the Post hate been increased to $3.50 per quarter, $5.00 for six months, and $8.00 fur one year. This paper may be read gratuitously ia London at tbe central establishment of ^Hollc- way's Pills and Ointment,^ 244 Strand, where ad-_ rertisements and subscriptions for the same are re^ ceived. The Fay of Petit Jurors. The arrival of members-elect of the next Legislature from different parts ef the Territory, excite our thoughts and causes them to flow in a new channel. We do not wish to anticipate the sug^ gestions of the Governor in his message, | and we should regret if we steal any of the bills that distend the pockets of our , distinguished arrivals. Nevertheless, we will call the attention of the people t...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 3 November 1866

.?M=MM?Al?li?A??F? NOVEMBER 3, 1866. S _ w fea ^tabie~_iudi -LookoiItfertrood =jE th. 53 _?r--r-77~~~ i ['HE MONTANA POST . OUR AGENTS. . B Hamilton, is our Agent at Fort Ben^on UR J- SM,T^ ^ our AS^*Qt at Bannack. O , v Fish, Sterling, Hot Spring District. fli Aro' S. RawUXbs. Silver Creek. J tf Mills. Silver Bow. T.^F.3 STL AKT, Deer Lodge. ^ (vo,luKN*Oo.HellGatOi J illLr-ATB'CK Si BRYANT, Helena. B loHX TEMPLE, Junction City. ^^ ,v^ab. E- SMlTn, Gallatin City. UaX Waoxer. German Guleli. J} n. Hathaway, Highland District. n /t ili RCH. Summit City. st ...ui nFLL Si Co., Confederate Gnlcii. r C. J0HX*>N, Blackfoot. * , g, BOCK. Boulder Valley. j \v. WHITE. Rejnold City, Elk Creek. jW. MauRL'EBY. Rocker City. j s. WILLIAMS. St. Louis, Mo. n li P. FISHEK, San Francisco. Cal. tl j>0. THOKXLKY, of Virginia, is our authorized t( ijffut to receive subscribers and moneys. His ^ J^ipt will be good. DO _ ft _f oster A Culver have the best corral in C V'ircini* City and the finest feed...

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. — 3 November 1866

_ MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1866. Miscellaneous Items. in ^ An exchange says there is a society of revolutionists in Russia called the ^* ^ Hell ^ society. ^ ^ Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes is men- D^ tioned in a Russian paper ^ the St. Pe- m tersburg Vedomoste ^ as Oliver Vendel (Johns. 00 ^ ^ God save the Queen.^ writes Prof. w^ Agassiz, is an old Swiss national air, and has been known to that country for cen^ turies. g ^ it is stated that there are two hun^ dred and fifty-eight persons to the square mile in the United Kingdom (England xm and Scotland.) 3 ^ The Galveston (Texas) papers say oi the introduction of the Cashmere goat into that State has not proved a profit- tl able experiment. tl ^ The Empress Carlotta, wife of Maxi- S' milian, is one of the richest princesses la in Europe, as she is one of the most ai beautiful and highly accomplished. Her father, king Leopold, left her about T $8,000,000, and she has several millions gt besides. ft ^ The Paris Cliaritari has a...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 3 November 1866

TUE MONTANA POST, SATURDA V. .NOVEMBEK 3, lMUi. ^ = ~ '^11/I4\ ?nan4 i'. *f1~ I A.mTTr'T? w^ v.... j H?tT ^^^^?T * - r- . . . ^ - t- Board and Rest | Al DEER LODGE HOTEL, ? i?tfA* LODGE CITY, ute Clark, - - Prop'r. I Coi jiXCELLENT accommodation for guests and boarders. FIRST CLASS I' ARE PROVIDKI). 000l> BEDS. ^ ;ar^e ^Dtl commodious FEED STABLE, I aiet tbe care of an experienced and attentive j ,.>.^:^^-. THREE 8TAGEH /Oliw'8 Line) leave this Hotel EVERY OTHER ^EY goRNLSG for Helena, Beartowu, Virginia City, T ind all the^ MININC CAMPS OF THE TERRITORY. '^?^-Travelers will save MANY INCONVENIENCES Br stopping at this House. oll2w KOTG??IIiLB?nTB, pa HELENA, --- in. T. ? :o: Wholesale WEALELER8 i IN Groceries, pr, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hi E Hardware, Farming implements, Liquors and Cigar*. M >uey advanced on merchandise, and goods stored in a fire-proof warehouse. ? , wllJ KING ^ GILLETT. CREIGHTON ^ OHLE, STORAGE AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS g Wholesale and Ee...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 3 November 1866

8 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1866. Montana Looming Up ^ ^(Millions h for Defence. ^^ Some of our western ? exchanges, while blowing the trumpets _ of their own special regions, disparage others, and particularly Montana, which j is declared to be ^a failure,^ from which J^ miners are returning disgusted. But Jl Montana seems to believe more in deeds ^ than words, and while decided to pay ^ not one cent for tribute ^ to her ene- k mies, sends M millions for defence,^ as i will be seen by the following telegram : L St. Louis, Oct. 4. ^ The steamer Jenny L Brown, from Montana, arrived at St. Joe l on Tuesday, with about $1,000,000 in J^ gold dust, on freight and in the hands of the passengers. Yesterday the steamer ' Luella arrived at the same place with | $1,500,000 in treasure, besides a large H amount in the hands of the passengers, r What will her enemies say to this ? ^ V Am. Min. Jour. a \ The Eastern Line. ^ In conversation J with Mr. Creighton, yesterday, we learn-...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 10 November 1866

TH K MONTANA POST. V NeWSPaper9 Devoted to the Mineral, Agricultural and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. I). W. TILTON Sc CO- j~~ :=:~ I ,3,.bliHhers and Proprietors, i MY COUNTRY, MAY SHE ALWAYS BE RIGHT ; BUT, MY ^X)TJNTRY, RIGHT OR WRONG.' 5 TERMS : ^ _ ( fo a year, in advance VOL. 3, NO. 12. VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1866. WHOLE NO. 116. THE MONTANA POST. 1 * _ 5. W. TILTON ^ CO- |BL |, W. TILTON. I$KX It. DITTE8, j_6.li prBLlSHEUH St PROPRIETORS. (Act at tke City Book .Store, corner of Wallace and Jackson Streets, Virginia City. I Terms of Subscription : j g^oi ^oecopy, ^>ne year ^8 00 i raut ,t^. ' six months, 5 00 I maI jo] three months, 3 50 the Rates of Advertising : ; , . ^ pm Cards, 5 lines or less, 3 months.. $ 6 00 1 do. do. do. 6 months, . . 10 00 do. do. do. 1 year, 15 00 | Cor ,^, ,. u uare, ten lines or less, 1 insertion, . . 4 00 | * do. do. 2 do. 6 00 I do. do. ] month, . , . . . 10 00 A do. do. do. 2 do 13 00 | x\ do. do. do. 3 ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 10 November 1866

2 TllE~MQNTANA POST, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1866. THE MONTANA POST f HBNBY~iff. BLAKE, - - - Editor. He Saturday, - - November 10, 18611. jgf^ Our Agents in Uie different tenons * and mining camps of the Territory ar,^d elsewhere, will please take notice that the * terms of subscription for the Post have C01 been increased to $3.50 per quarter, $5.00 ?it for six months, and $8.00 for one year. St. ^ ^^?a vai General Meagher's Drafts. coi Persons who hold the reward for their services in certain papers signed by the Secretary of Montana, will find some in- ' teresting information in the following 5-2 documents. Whenever we censure this I official for his shortcomings he is usually CUi defended by the Democrat, that cannot P*1 find any terms too flattering to be aj>- ?*i plied to him. As General Meagher acts as temporary editor of that journal dur^ ing the absence of Major Bruce, we ex- *_ pect to be answered in that manner, un- less the gallant brigadier, trampling under his feet ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 10 November 1866

THE MONTANA POST. .SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1866. 3 :1 code of nni'iliwi L. i. . . . . i ^^^ ' ^ i _ . ?IZZZ-!?-?- ~ ~ ! ' ^ ^ ^ ^ . ? Governor's Message. ^ ] ?-gaKSOH 1HK LSGISLATCBB OK MoNTAXA-i ** > ix* my ^rriTttl -v, ur ,rii,1^' I have ma^i^ ^/. : ^ to learn the condition of thepeorde ,lr' rough them (he interest of the Territory' m,i ..- ' ' s^ ''^^^'^^ however, that mv in :i^ ' ;'. ^^^..n is limited, aud I feel that eacli one of vou E ?tebeti.r qualified to act from your own enlar'c-ed ,H) R rSj?tion man front anything 1 niav su.rTOSt ^ an V- ^v * have assembled on this, the day fixed bv a r'e * . . red feca-b* :;i , to ife ^ tta A one another, and legislate lor this y^lu . , ,a PJ ^ , ^ i 1 % ^ - i*re onerous and infinitely more re 1 -rtf observer would imagine \gr So(.iety. to a great extent is unsettled, the lines of ,n' rernnlen( a. I strictly defined. and law. the great fB f\ ^actwa, and the regulation of cotumu- ^ ,v [i ' broad enough In iteaeopatoasaetthe ^. ^ the peo...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 10 November 1866

I THE MONTANXTOST, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1866? THE MONTANA POST > HENBT N. BLAKE, ... Editor. Saturday, - - November 10, 1866. ^3T> Our Agents in the different towns and mining camps of tlie Territory and elsewhere, wiU please take notice that the terms of subscription for th^ Post have been increased to $3.50 per quarter, $5.00 for six mont/is, and $8.00 for one year. I iff This paper may be read gratuitously in London at the central establishment of ^Hollo- way's Pills and Ointment,^ 244 Strand, where ad^ vertisements and subscription.* for the same are re^ ceived. Reckless Extravagance. It will be noticed by referring to our legislative reports that Secretary Thos. F. Meagher perpetrated one of the best jokes of the season on the 6th inst., at the expense of the general government. A committee was appointed to wait upon this official, to ascertain what measures had been taken by him to furnish the members with newspapers during the session. The Secretary then informed the ...

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