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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 1 December 1866

tHE WEEKLY MONTANA POST. ^. ?.-? : A. Nevvspaper, Devoted to the Mineral, Agricnltixral and. Commercial Interests of* Montana Territory. *^ . v ?T?r^nd?2o^iSSor^ \ *MY COUNTRY, MAY SEE ALWAYS BE RIGHT; BUT, MY COUNTRY, RIGHT OR WRONG.^ \Aa TERM8 = ? )bU*upr'* AJM._fjzyr ' > 1 ^ ^ : ^ ' >? ' 1^^ a year, in advance * QL. 3, NO. 15. VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1866. WHOLE NO. 119. WEEKLY POST. ?^jjTwT TILTON ^c CO., sh ton ,y. Tiltox, Bex. K. Drmt* m JS^ ITHLLSHERS ii. PROPRIETORS. ' . ct tj,e City Book Store, corner of Wallace and ! tri We 1 Jackson Streets, Virginia City. Terms of Subscription : j eony one year *S 00 | f fa lis months 5 00 i A ' do. three months 3 50 j Rates of Advertising: ! J Cauls. 5 lines or less. 3 months. . 8 6 00 |. 1 A^ do. do. 6 months,.. 10 00 - do> ^lo. do. 1 year 15 00 Miiiare ten lines or less, 1 insertion. . . 4 00 ! do. do. 2 do. 00 (V Ho. do. 1 month, 10 00 do. do. 2 do 13 00 C ^#> ,i0 do. do. 3 do 15 00 \ r Tt i(l do. do...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 1 December 1866

2 ? THE MONTANA TOST, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1866. WEEKLY POST, ^ HENHY N. BLAKE, - ^ - Editor, i Saturday, - - - December 1, 1866. j Our Agents in tlie different towns ^ and mining camps of the Territory and j elsewhere, will please take notice that the \ terms of subscription for the Post Jiave ( been increased to $3.50 per quarter, $5.00 t for six months, and $8.00 for one year. \ 1 ^ i tW This paper may be read gratuitously in London at the centra! establishment of ^Hollo- * way's Pills and Ointment,^ 244 Strand, where ad- ? vertisemenis and subscriptions for the same are re^ ceived. J - 1 Governor Smith's Veto Overruled by t the House. c On the 22d instant, Governor Smith l exercised for the first time his great pre- ? rogative. and returned without approval . to the House a bill authorizing Constant ? Guyot to construct a toll road from the , Little Blackfoot river to the ten mile and r Helena road. A careful perusal of the + message will show that there were three t objections...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 1 December 1866

THE MONTANA P OST, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1866. # 3 flvEEKLY POST. ^ ore AGENTS. The [ ^ HAMILTON, i* our Agent at Fort Benton, der at 1 Ly.. 4 J. SMITH is our Amol at Rnnuack. McMl to.' Mt Fl?ll. Sterling. Hot Soring District. ImnAwZ \ ^ k vwi-ixfis. Silver Creek. iandlon , %j Hills, Silver Bow. the Cot i^ME9 STUAW, Deer Lodge. vorably ^ \\ I'l'FN * CO., Hell Gate. Th/ * ! vn-.H K ^ BBTAST, Helena. j ue t'uVv TEMPI* Junction City. UUM . E 8WW, Gallatin City. MflCl ,UN VaGXEK, Gernian Gulch. grants, ir H H \: hawav. Highland District. ^ \i^\r ^ S-CHUBCH, Summit City. * ,' V^T.KIX ^ CO.. Confederate Gulch. V irgim a C johksoS, Black***. Referre j;X.BiTU. Bould.-r Valley. Done W White. Reynold City. Elk Creek. ' , n j\Y MAGBLTEBT, Rocker City. vaua U j ^. WII.UAH8, St. Louis. Mo. WNj 1 L. P. Fi?heu. San Francisco. Cal. Clam jNv. ThokXLEY, of Virginia, is our authorized constrr. i^^nt ti> receive subscribers and moneys. His Ro*err( J?,t, win bvg.xxL Bnc. ?GISLATURE^ THIRD SESSION. ?t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 1 December 1866

4 ~* THE MONTTNXTOST; S A TURD AY, DE CEMBER 1, 1866. WEEKLY POST. HENEY N. BLAKE, - - Editor, c Saturday, - - - December 1, 1866. ? Our Ageiit* in the different towns p and mining camps of the Territory and e clsewJiere, will please take notice that the i ^ terms of subscription for the Post here \ g been increased to $3.50 per quarter, $5.00 j p fpr six months, and $8.00 for one year. U l?ff This paper may be read gratuitously in I.ondon at the central establishment of ^Hollo- a way's Pills and Ointment,^ 244 Strand, where ad- a vertisemenis aud subscriptions for the same are re^ ceived. U - 1 President Johnson s claims to Con- h sistency. c Whenever the Chief Magistrate of the f, nation delivers an address to his fellow t1 citizens, he always refers in the most a glowing terms to?hia record, and asserts j that his political opinions have been q fixed and consistent from the day when e , he was alderman of his native village to t' the present moment. Great revolutions ? have taken...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 1 December 1866

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1866. 5 WEEKLY POST. B ;=== ^ ,_?:T____:^ -=== Wall OIB AGENTS. merh A. B. HAMILTON, is our Agent at Fort Benton. the c MR. A. J. SMITH is our Agent at Bannack J. M. FISH, Sterling, Hot Spring District. ^ OEo. S. Rawlings, Silver Creek. -T~~J ,1 M. Mills. Silver Bow. Hall JaMKS STUAKT, Deer Lodge. day. WOKDFN * CO., Hell Gate. 1 i ca ti GiLfATKiCK St BitYAXT, Helena. drink jobs Temple, Junction City. ceote CHA8. E. Smith, Gallatin City. v MAX Wa^;n^kH, German Gulch. > H. H. HATHA WAV, Highland District. a \ F. CHUBCH, Summit City. _x Campbell A Co.. Confederate Gulch. ^ ^ ^ R. C. JOHNSoX, Blackfoot. good LH. BOCK, Boulder Valley. twen .;. VT. White. Reynold City, Elk Creek. chari .1 W. Magkiery. Rocker Cit v. ning j. s. Williams. St. Louis, Mo'. Lmkt L. P. Fishek, San Francisco, Cal. JF.!\-,.. THORXLEY, of Virginia, is our authorized ' Ajrfiit '^> receive subscribers and monevs. His receipt will lie good. Kg^ mmmm ^mamamammmammmmm _ _ . ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 1 December 1866

6 .THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1866. Correspondence. ian Denveb, Colorado Territory, ) not November 6, 1866. f . c Editor Po6T: On the 5th of last month, 5rf (October,) in company with a friend, we left Virginia City, ^ bound for America,^ via Denver. Our outfit consisted of a pair of extra small mules and an open spring wagon, together with all the nec- j essary paraphernalia of a mountaineer. The weather at starting was beautiful, , and continued so for the first week. Tak- ing the cut-off by way of Soda Springs, and thence down Ham's Forta- we left . . int Fort Bridger on our right, aad intersec- ted the stage road at Black's Fork, thir- ? ty-five miles east of Bridger. At Soda ? Springs, on the 13th, we were visited by . the first flakes of what proved to be a Wl' very severe storm. From that time, for me eleven days the storm continued more or vit less severe, making the roads almost im passable. The snow near Bridger fell to ? the depth of four feet. Coaches were u...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 1 December 1866

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1866. 7 I The Vigilantes.^ We have received IAI t the hands of D. W. Tilton ^ Co., a * If] [ copy ot their PamPnlet publication of the ^ History of the Vigilantes of Mon^ tana,^ by tho lamented Thomas J. Dims- ' dale. I* IS tue nret book published in th* Territory, and is filled with incidents of those early timeg in the mountains that literally ^ tried men's souls.^ To 611 who have an interest in the scenes of the past, with which the Vigilance Com- ^, mittee were so actively and so beneficial- I A] lv connected, we would say, by all means UJ r'ead the book. ^ Gazette. The ^ Vigilantes.^^ This book is oDe of the most interesting and exciting V| works of its kind ever published in this ^ country. It is condensed in 228 pages, presents a good typographical appear- *r- ance, And intrinsically is a credit to its ^ author, and artistically a credit to its publishers.^ Herald. The Vigilantes of Montana.^ This Cas is the title of a work of 228 pages...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 1 December 1866

8 THE' MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1HC6. LETTKK ^ISf/ Litter? remaining unclaimed in the Poet Office, Virginia City, Montana Territory, Nov^ ember 30, 1866. To obtain these letters the applicant must, catt for ^advertised letters,^ give the date of thiii list, and pay two cents for advertising. Adams P.JH Adams Aiahose Abraham W F Anderson A Allen F Axe Sophia 2 Axe N Armstrong H Bahor R Baher Ornaldo Banks Danl Bagley H D BlainJF 2 Blain J N Beckney John Beers Clinton , Beasley F M Blake S P Bohuemeyer H W Bond E F Brown J A 2 Browning Jas Bradley G R Brown Chas Bradbury TL Bratt D D Brown John Brunston H Byers W A Burns T C Byrne J S Buchanan R Campbell A G Carter Mrs M E Celey C M Campbell C B Carter E , Call S Cbilders F M Channell E Shesnntt R Cimerly A Cooper Miss Rose Coleman L Coulehan J Cowen John Combs Ed Cookman E J Conrow J M Crow John Craven J W Crawford J H Crock David Cretsley Ed R Cromm Dennis Deberry Thcs Dickey J E Dolan K A Dow Chas Dilworth J R 2 Dickinso...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 8 December 1866

THEJWEEKLY MONTANA POST. A Newspaper. Devoted to the Mineral, Agricultural and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. I ?Srw. TiLTON ^ co~ p . *~ ^ = ^ -TffRMq . Publisher** and JProprietors. \ MY COUNTRY, MAY SHE ALWAYS BE RIGHT; BUT, MY COUNTRY, RIGHT OR WRONG.^ fa^ a ^^J? advance VOL. 3, NO. 16. VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1866. WHOLE NO. 120 WEEKLY POST. ' , :======== u 5 r>. w. tiltoist ^ co., ' sh^ ia r> W. TiLTOH, Bex R. Dittes, ! ^T PUBLISHERS ^ PROPRIETORS. 1 JJ O-S-c at tA* City Boo* Store, corner 0/ Wallace and '. tri^ Jackson Streets, Virginia City. i ^ Terms of Subscription : Cg .j mmj one >'^^*^ 98 00 ! > ,io. ' fix month*, 5 00 A. ,lo. three months, 3 50| . Rates of Advertising ^. j jfi Bofiis*^* Cards. 5 lines or less, 3 months.. | 6 00 j ! ^ ' do. do. do. 6 months,.. 10 00 I do. do. do. 1 year, 15 00 ,.,f. squaie, ten lines or less, 1 insertion, .. 4 00 ' do. ^1^. do- 2 do. 6 00 do. do. do. 1 month, 10 00 I ,5o. do. do. I do 13 00 j...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 8 December 1866

2 _ THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, DECEMBER ; 8, 18667 WEEKLY POST. HBNBY N. BLAKE, - - - Editor. j Saturday, - - - December 8, 1866. J ^y Our Agents in the different towns I and mining camps of the Territory and j elseicJiere, will please take notice that the ^ J terms of subscription for the Post here ! been increased to $3.50 per quarter, $5.00 for six months, and $8.00 for one year. i The President's message will be found ^ in the telegraphic news. Read and pon- ( der, and commend the enterprise of the ) Post. ! Int elligence Essential to Republican [ Institutions. The advocates of a monarchy stand i upon one principle, and boldly maintain ^ that no nation can exist lor ages under a Republican form of government be^ cause the people cannot govern them- ^ selves. The prosperity of the United ( States has been viewed with amazement by the statesmen of Europe, and from the glorious hour when George Wash- ] ington was elected President until the present moment, predictions of failure h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 8 December 1866

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1866. 3 |?SrOBJ3---THIEI) SESSION. al to eg Hon^e-22d Day. Mftd H m-MXING SESSION ^ NOV. 30. T| L House met at 10 o'clock a. m. M( ter Mayhew in the cliair. Leni Iviic I're?onted a petition from cer- Ymmii La-Ten in Edgerton relating to the JJJJj J ?j'gling answers to civil actions. y. i* Murtry reported adversely to the . [ for tbe better observance of the I s day- _____ i ^ . T] ^.t.nJ submitted a minority report pag9 JJ, Mil removing the capital to Hel- JJJJJ ind recommended that the bill be g. {irately postponed. ? , vli^- reported a license act. I in Hagan gave notice that he would 'duce a bill to confer certain powers an , ^ tlit, sheriff of Exigerton. \' illaher introduced a bill authorizing reaJ p Price and others to construct a ^ .^n road from Nevada City to Snake ot{u ;j ' i?,.ad twice and referred. mot ,,_(.r^t introduced a bill for the pay- paK H of jurors. Read twice and re- ? fd. . . , , i -ii _ ^ C^n [cMurtry introduced a bill t...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 8 December 1866

T THE MON TANA POST \ SA TURD A Y ~ DEC EMBER 8 , 1 8 6 6 ._ WEEKLY POST. HENRY^ N. BLAKE, - - - Editor. ^ Saturday, - - - December 8, 1860. P Our Agent* in the diffi rt nt town* ^^ mud mining camp* of tJ,r Territory and tj eixeirhere, iriii please take noUet th^t tin () term* of subscription for the Post hem ? been increased to $;ioO ye r quarter, $5.00 $ for six months, and $8.00 for one year. 0 The President's message will be found ri in the telegraphic news. Read and pon- w der, and commend the enterprise of the Post. i1 ^ B t; Tae President's Message and P licy. t: A perusal of the views of the Execn- 'I tive on the subject of reconstruction, s: which were printed in the Tri-Weekly t: Post of the 4th inst., will convince every p reader that the logons of the elections r: have been entirely disregarded. What g is generally known as the policy of Presi- c dent Johnson, is still recommended for v adoption, althongh it has been repudi- e ated by gigantic majorities at the polls, t ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 8 December 1866

JHJ?MON~TANA POST, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1866. 5 VBEKLY POST. p OI K AGENTS. _ o iivM!i.T^?'- is ^ur Agent at Fort Benton. Map L , j StfTJi is our AgesM at Bannack. erv v, i-HI. Sterling. Hot Spring District. .J' : M'I lUWUN'^ Silver t',e..k. *S MU I.S. Silver Bow. ^ BTCABT, Dear Lodge. ^ _5_a*Ca, Hell Gate. ve?c lU':' !:Il K .t B-TAJTC, Helena. will ^':!;VTFMri.K. Junction City. the 25 K SMITH, Oaliatin City. 1(1v%Va^;NKR German flulcli. _ 5h UOHAWAT, Highland District. owe. ^ n_rr_CH. Summit City. . > L,,rr L ^ CO., Confederate Onlcli. ' i;?rjonN?^i?kf.H>t. The ;' ^,^; ^^ Boulder Valley. pay '.' \v '.Villi K. Reynold City. Elk Creek. i v XagRUIKT. Rocker City. ^ ,' ^ Svn.t iAMS. St. Louis. Mo. in tl ,' r PBBSB, -San Francisco. Cal. held re, THOBStET, of Virginia, is our authori7e^l Cull ^ ' ,,, receive subscribers and moneys. His man ^ in be good. A Feather Bed for fale at Gurney _ Go's, enjc ^^ _^ ^- slee] ^Mr- 0. P- Raymond has a large assort- etor ^t of green apples, beet...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 8 December 1866

6 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1866\ WEEKLY POST. ( OUR AGENTS. A. B. Hamilton', is our Agent at Fort Benton. ^ Mr. a. J. Smith is our Agent at Bannack. j J. M. FlSH, Sterling, Hot Spring District. . Geo. S. Rawlixgs, Silver Creek. J. M. Mills, Silver Bow. * JAMES Stuabt, Deer Lodge. ] WORDENfc CO., Hell Gate. Gilpatrick A Bryant, Helena. i John Temple, Junction City. Chas. E. Smith, Gallatin City. Max Wagxer, German Gulch. ] H. H. Hathaway, Highland District. j F. Church, Summit City. Campbell A Co., Confederate Gulch. 1 R. C. Johnson, Blackfoot. ( I. N. BUCK, Boulder Vallev. . ^) G. W. White, Reynold City, Elk Creek. J. W. Machlery, Rocker City. J. S. Williams, St. Louis, Mo. 1 L. P. FlSHEU, San Francisco. Cal. ] JXo. T*ORNLEY, of Virginia, is our authorized t Agent te receive subscribers and moneys. His j receipt will be good. Biimni^iii n iiMim !^^ iiiiwmnrni Correspondence. , Deer Lodge, Dec 2. 1866. M^. Editor : Since writing otir last, ' time lias been pregnant wit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 8 December 1866

?jniT?MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1866. 7 TT-.-^ T -w-^ ? - ., T^ . ^ ^ 2 i=2 7 ^ Gold, Silver and Coax.^ Major W. p] a Erg-ian has j UBt arrived in our city from Fo rt Laramie, who brings with him [IteUiffABCC that there has been discov- about fifteen miles west of Laramie Ijid ft^d silver indications exceeding in ?chness any ever before discovered in this country. Major English brought ?ith him specimens of the croppings of this new discovery, which are in the hands of General Myers and Colonel Pat- J rick. They exceed in richness the first cropping8 of celebrated Comstock mine of Nevada. It is also stated by D, Professor North, the geol ogist, that there -EH jp. immense deposits of coal in the same _>o-ion of country. Professor N. has j ust returned to Laramie from this city to make more thorough examinations of C the country thereabouts. The coal dis^ coveries are stated to be of the most de^ cisive character and extend over a large tract of country. All that is neede...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 8 December 1866

8 THE MONTANA~PPST, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1866. Abtkmus Ward ox Indians. ^ In speaking of his visit to the British Mn- 1 seum, Artemus observes : The room where the daggers and pistils and other 1 1 weppins is kept is interestin. Among | ^ this collection of choice cutlery I notist the bow and arrer which those hot headed old chaps used to conduct battles with. It is quite like the bow and arrer used at this day by certin tribes of American Injuns, and they shoot em off ' with such excellent precision that I al^ most sigh'd to be an Injun, when I was in the Rocky Mountin regen. They are ^ pleasant lot, them Injuns. Mr. Cooper lairi Dr. Catlin have told us of the red man's wonderful eloquence, and I found c >.t so. Our party was stopton the plains of Utah by a band of Shoshones, whose chief said : ^ Brothers ! the pale-face is welcome. Brothers I the sun is sink in the west, and Wa-na-bucky-she will soon cease spekin. Brothers! the poor red belongs to a race which is fast becoming...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 15 December 1866

__THE MONTANA POST. V Newxpaper, Devoted to the Mineral, Agricultural and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. VOL. 3, NO. 1^. VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1866. WHOLE NO. 121. fhe Montana Post ^ _r====d== -: - - kii n a TILTON I CO.. - - - - PUBLISHERS an HENRY N. BLAKE. ^ - - EDITOR. te^ an th S%TI BDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1866 sy . vi vgr Our Audits in the different towns t;t ,ninii^j camp* of the Terti^rg and h8 ,^'^,(/^/(^/^^'. i rill plcnxe t^ik^ notice that the fej rm of subscription f r tie Post here ? ^ incrtattd to ^{.r>0 per quarter, $5.00 ca far ^* '^^^if'^, ^nd $8.00 /i/?* cmc yew. De IS MONTANA RICH OR POOR? ? if anv person reads the message wliich i of (jovemor Smith delivered to the Legis- w lcjur*' ^Ht the 6th nit., or the speech P^ vrhifh he pronounced when the tele- Dl ,,raj>h between Virginia City and Great hi Salt hake was completed, the most grat- tli ifying conclusions would be drawn re- of Aiding tho resources of the Territory, tl] Kwr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 15 December 1866

2 ^ THE MONTANA POST, SATUg DAY, DECEMBER^ 15, The Montana Post, S | W jgSSll?? nfi SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1866 w! . ; at D W. TILTON, BEM. R. DITTES. go se' D. W. TILTON ^ CO., Jjjj Publishers and Proprtetors. OB C_S. c at the City Book Store, corner of Wallace and cJj Jackson Streets, Virginia City. Terms of Subscription : to One copy, one year $8 00 do. six months, 5 00 ar do. three months, 3 50 jei Rates of Advertising : ig Business Cards, 5 lines or less, 3 months. . $ 6 00 to do. do. do. 6 months, . . 10 00 _ T do. do. do. 1 year 15 00 One square, ten lines or less. 1 insertion, . . 4 00 41 do. do. do. 2 do. .. 6 00 fri do. do. do. 1 month 10 00 . do. do. do. 2 do 13 00 do. do. do. 3 do 15 00 al do. do. do. 6 do. 25 00 W do. do. do. 1 year 35 00 w Two squares, 1 insertion, 6 00 do. 2 do 8 00 r' do. 1 month, 12 00 OI do. 2 do. 18 00 m do. 3 do 24 00 Be do. 6 do 40 00 do. 1 year 6500 ^ One-eighth column, 1 insertion, 8 00 fa do. do. 2 do 12 00 ai do. do. 1 month, 18 00 fl. do. d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 15 December 1866

T1IK jA??P?jS f ,^^A.T XIILD AY , DECEMBER 15, 1866. 3 CIRNEY ^ GO'S, 15 H^x?h and Shoes I An imniese stock of the abore well known superior CUSTOM MADE BOOTS AND SHOES, w Now on band. T) All varieties of len's wear from the most substantial MINING BOOTS, To the llrhtest and finest sewed 1 ^f rKKXCH CALF BOOTS c^ AND SHOES^ LADiES? MISSES', BCirs, AND cUlLDRENS' BOOTS, BA1MORALS AND GAITERS, kc ^e. A large lot of superior RUBBER BOOTS, Manufactured expressly for our trade, AT THK OLP STAND^ WALLACE STREET. Virginia City. 12V* ^^ H. WESTON. * Siegel Brothers, (SUCCESSOR TQ g. COXfENT,) Contents Corner. - - VirgiiaCity, MONTANA. y?TE ARE OFFERING c To the Wholesale and Retail Trade T ^ OUR LARGE STOCK OK ^ (alifornia Custom-made Clothing. OB FURNISHING GOODS, K tl Blanls.ets, Boots, p IXats, etc. i AT REDUCED PRICES. r.oJI wlm G. L. SHOUP, Successor t o j A. R. BOICE Sc CO., Wholesale Grocers STORAGE AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS Corner Wallace * Jackson Streets, VirginiaCity, - - - Montan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 15 December 1866

4 ~7 T HE~MO N T A N A P O ST, SATURDAY, DEC EMBER 15, 1866. The Montana Post ! ^ ^ ^ i SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1866 | 1 D. W. TILTON, BEN. R. DITTES. 1 D. W. TILTON ^ CO., ! Publishers and Proprietors. 5 Office at the City Book Store, comer of Wallace ^r^rf^ Jackton Street*, Virginia City. TELEGRAPHIC, j - __ ( ^Reported for the ^ Tri-Weekly Post,^ ^ by the W. U. Tel. Co. I Contested Election^ Wade's Bill- ! Fenians Arms seized In Liver^ pool^ The Test Oath ^ Fleet of French War Vessels for Mexico^ ' BIgelovv Replies to .Seward In ! Cypher^ Fenians^ ^ 10,000 Beets- i f Ion^ The French and Mexico^The j War in South America^ Congress , slonal^ Political^ Sheridan's Let^ ter^Reward for the Head of Ste^ phens^ Withdrawal of the French from Rome^ The Pope will quit Rome when forced- Troubles In ^ Missouri^ Coal Mine Explosion^ i Max^ Freedmen's Bureau-Impar- , tial Suffrage in the District of Co. lumbla^ Congressional^ Fenians ^ and Ireland^ Snow In Tennessee, : ect., etc. Chicago, Dec. ...

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