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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 15 December 1866

ITHE?MONTANA POST, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 15, 1866. 5 tBQISLATPBE ^ THIRD SESSION, sett House^ 32d Day. MORNING SESSION^ DEC. 12. ta|,j The House met at 10 o'clock, Speaker H Utyhew ia the chair. the Van Hagan reported favorably oh bills c 4) define the boundaries of Deer Lodge nue ?ouatv, and to authorize H. T. Truett H ?1 others to construct a bed-rock flume tion n Edg?rton ^^^^^>*^ C McCullough reported favorably on maf jjlls to incorporate the Prickly Pear and 0 m Uulch Ditch Company, and author^ ing D. A. ^. Flowcne to kasp a ferrv ?gamj the Missouri river. ^ g MeManus reported against the bill for ; T [he relief of J. W. Kerr. ^^ Smith reported favorably on a bill to ^ar incorporate the Montana Hydraulic and ,^ Mining Company. the McMurtry reported favorably on a bill M n regulate proceeding in civil cases. thf The following bills were read twice re? md referred : to provide revenue and . jollect the same; to construct, a canal V' or irrigating purposes in Madison coun- S^ v an...

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. — 15 December 1866

6 THE MONTANA POST. SATTTRPAY, D E C E M B E R JA. J86?_ ECONOMY, SPEED, COMFORT AND SAFETY. THE HOLLADAY OVERLAND MAIL AND EXPRESS CO., Are now running a OAILY LINE OF FIRST CLASS CONCORD COACHES ' BETWEEN VIRGINIA CITY A, HELENA, Connecting at Virginia City with their Line to ] B0I8ECITY, IDAHO CITY, WALLA WALLA, UMATILLA, DALLES, PORTLAND, SALT LAKE CITY; DENVER, AND THE WESTERN TERMINI OF THE i t Great Pacific Railroads 6 For all parts of the States. ALSO, CONNECTING AT SALT LAKE CITY FOR ALL POINTS WEST OF THAT CITY. I Every attention paid to the comfort and enjoyment of passengers. Fare cheaper than by any other route. Notice. ^ Each adult passenger is allowed 25 lbs. i of baggage free. But neither Gold Dust, Bullion, Coin. Bank or Treasury Notes will be carried un^ der the desi gnation of baggage. DAVID STREET, General Agent. Jnne 12th 1866. 1911 J. ^. RAKER, Storage Forwarding 1 ^ AND^ ] Commission Merchant. PORT BENTON, MONTANA TER. : WE have two large warehouses, capable o...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 15 December 1866

_TBnE~MON TANA P Q^ST \ S ATURD A ?DECEMBER 15, 1,866. _7 ??IALDIREGTORY. Territorial Officers. ti( df _TREKN CLAY SMITH. ^;oter^,^ZZrnOT-THOilAS FRANCIS ME.YOHER. bj **?n ^rrZll. L. HOSMER. .?..Qenerol-V,. B. NEALLKY. w ^4tt'T fW* ^ ^Wm. M. STAFFORD. \irg.n.a. d ^41 r A' >/^r*^^/-^EO. W. IRWIN. Hi a 1 x num It ?yflwritf ^ Boyd. so ^?'' ^r^ JOHN S. ROCKFELLOW. ^^ T***^/- j>^Mi^ Instruction ^ A. H. Barrf.T. qi W'JL^T C. Everts. he ^?.'l /?af P- LA.vr.Fom*. th ^ District Courts, A. Hosmer. ^ ( J MJ^*frrH Pft^it CL E. Irvine, Silver ^ fir* ca *'^^ i :W DisTict^ ^.. W. Cakit.nter, ]lf H^'^113- County Recorders. f11 fje,, W Hill Edgertun . . R. C. Ewing tei ^^?Si'i.l' B Peabodv Gailofin.... Thos. Cover _u ? , i.,p'le^. Brown Jetfferson. .Frank Wells Municipal Officers of VirginiaCity. an 1>?a>- K-rl-y. th :f:TMagi*trate-U McCcUXHIOM, th y?i-Boa. Owes. muntv Officers of Madison County. ni r^l^ c-?/Mwnrr?-A. Stanley, Chairman , ? v.'kiel W. H. Bodgcrs. , _J5L.Amlrew J. Snyder. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 15 December 1866

8 THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15. 1866. The Montana Post. _ i SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1866 C . a OUR AGENTS. \\ A. B. HAMILTON', is our Agent at Fort Benton, ti Mr. A. J. SMITH is our Agent at Bannack. ^ J. M. Fish. Sterling, Hot Spring District. o Geo. S. RAWT.IKG8. Silver Creek. ^ .1. M. Mills, Silver Bow. C James Stuart, Deer Lodge. * Wobdex* Co., Hell Gate. Agency of Post, 52 Bridge street, Helena. *' John Temple, Junction City. P Chas. E. Smith. Gallatin Citv. Max WaoXER, German Gnlch. * H. H. Hathaway, Highland District. F. Church, Summit Citv. Campbell Si Co., Confederate Gulch. f R. C. Johnson, Blackfoot. ^ I. X. BUCK, Boulder Valley. ^ G. W. White, Reynold City, Elk Creek. n J. W. lLiQKUKBT, Rocker City. ^ J. S. Williams. St. Louis. Mo^. L. P. Fisher, San Francisco. Cal. j tt Jxo. THORXLEY, of Virginia, is our authorized h Agent to receive subscribers and moneys. His e receipt will be good. * c - fi ^the city. ^ e y meteorological Register For the Week ending Decemb...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 December 1866

THE MONTANA POST. _ A eW*|b????y??yp;t?A to .V?e Mineral, Agricxiltizral and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. VOL. 3, NO. 18. VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1866. WHOLE NO. 122, i fie Montana Post * - p * THT0^ * CO., - - ^ - PUBLISHERS * HENRY N. BLAKE, - - - EDITOR. am f{ for PS IF - :-^ ^ ^ :: HXI b s^TUB^AY> DKfEMBBR 22, 1806 no ^ j ; ^ le^ ? f.^r Jc/e^te M^ Me different tvicns im mt'^t'^0 ^/ Territory and ad ^.. .jarhere, miU piease take tomm% that the an ^ 0/ subscription for the Post Acce *l i**n increased to $3.50 pc/- quarter, $5.00 1 I (bfjil months, and $8.00 /or o^e year. M L - THE INCREASED COITIPENSA- off TION LAW. be ! Our readers will be surprised to learn tei ajX Governor Smith has approved a bill pa providing for extra pay to members of of the Legislature, clerks and other Terri- im torial officials. Having vetod the same mi measure ia the preceding week on ac- to count of its injury to tbe financial inter- th rfte of Montana, we confes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 December 1866

2 THE M QNT ANA, P QST? g A TXJR DAYV DEC EJMBER 22^ 186 6, The Montana Post. i j n SA?I-kWaY, BECtkBItB la, 1 866 J D. W. TILTOK, BEN. R. DITTES. * D. W. TIXTON ^ CO., J Publishers and Proprietors. * C$^v^ a^ (Ax City Book Store, corner of Wallace and { Jackson Streets, Virginia City. . j Terms of Subscription : j One copy, one year, .. fP 00 ? do. ^ six months 5 00 . do. three months, 3 50 C Rates of Advertising: r Basinets Cards, 5 lines or loss, 3 months. . ^ 6 00 .v do, do. do. fi months, . . 10 00 \ do. do. do. 1 year, 15 00 \ One square, ten lines or less. 1 insertion, . . 4 00 do. do. do. 2 de. 1 . . 6 00 J dp. do. do. 1 month 10 00 I do. do. do. 2 do 13 00 c do. do. do. 9 do 15 00 s do. do. do. 6 do 25 00 . do. . do. , do, . I year,. 35 00 1 Two squares, 1 insertion, 6 00 t do. 2 do. 8 00 do. 1 month, 13 00 do. 2 do. 18 00 1 do. 3 do 24 00 C do. 6 do 40 00 t do. 1 year, 65 00 r One-eighth column, 1 insertion, 800 ^, do. do. 2 do fi 00 1 do. do. 1 month, 18 00 J do. do: 2 do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 December 1866

Z1?? T A N A l*Wff , SATURDAYT?DECEMB-yR 2_, 1866. S 1 cunrieV ^ cos, pj ^ j,,ot* an^i Shoes ! immense stock of the above well known 1 Q- Ao,ID superior I ' CUSTOM MADE j jQOTS AND SHOES, WI to v. - Now on bauu. * Th | Tirjetie* of Men's wear from the most substantial it ! FIXING BOOTS, of e To the lightest and finest sewed I I rftKNCH CALF BOOTS co J AXT) SHOES ^ LADIES', MISSES', BOYS' AND CHILDREN S' BOOTS, BALMORALS AND t A large lot of superior RUBBER BOOTS, Manufactured expressly fer our trade. . THE OLD STAND^ WALLACE STREET. 1 Virginia City. 127* D. H. WESTON. B1 : >iegel Brothers, (SUCCESSOR TO ^. CONTENT,) , foDtent's Comer, - - Virginia City, MONTANA. yfE ARE OFFERING a > the Wholesale and Bet alt Trade TA ^ OCR LARGE STOCK OK ^ alifornia CnstoDi-madf ilothin?, mi FURNISHING GOODS, ^ro th; Blankets, Boots, lints, etc. J ^~ R^DCCED PRICES. not'4-wlm C. L. SHOU P, Successor to J A. R. ROICE ^ CO., Wholesale Grocers STORAGE AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS I Corner Wallace A J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 December 1866

4 TTTE MONTANA POST, SATTRDA Y. DECEMBER 22, 1866. The Montana Post. > V TI KWA V, UH l tlHl K 22, 1866 D. W. TILTON, 3EN. R. DITTES. D. W. TILTON ^ CO., I* ii 1*1 Wit i s and Proprietors. Office at the City Book Store, corner of Wallace and Jackson Streets, l~ir ginia City. ^ ? ^ ^ M TELEGRAPIiliC. Beported for the ^ Tri-Weekly Po3t,^ by the W. TJ. Tel. Co. Fenian Trouble* In Ireland^ The Coat of Indian Expeditions^ Thad. Stevens urged for Senator ^ Tlie Affair of Consul morse and the lulled States^ Congressional ^Nebraska Bill once more^ Seiz^ ure of Distilleries In New Vork ^ Arreat of Morrissey^ New- Iron^ sides Destroyed-Itlax and Juarez ^Congress^ Fenian*. Chicaoo, Dec. 14. ^ The New York papers say that Great Britain is increasing ber de^ mands for grain. A quarter of a million busheh were shipped in the past two days. There is great consternation in Ireland on acuount of Fenian troubles, and a tremendous panic in Cork. The country trades people and comfortable farmers get...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 December 1866

r T !?Sgg~g^^___a_aanBa^ _____ ___ff T ANA POST, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1866. _ CURNEY A CO'S, PF o0ts and Shoes I I . mM1iw stock of the above well known ^ ' ?inJ superior \ K CUSTOM made; I oOTS AND SHOES, WA] Now on hand. ; 77te I ___*^^' Men's wear from the most substantial Li* I X G Ii O OTS, of evf i yn the lightest and finest sewed I ?CH CALF BOOTS 0D SHOES^ LADIES^, MISSES', 130 YS' AND CHILDRENS' BOOTS, BALMORALS AND yTERS, ^c- ^fcc. A ksrfe lot of superior BIBBER BOOTS, MaDufact ired expressly for our trade, THE OLD STAND^ WALLACE STREET. .-^rrinia ( ity. 1ST^ D. H. WESTON. I*1 iegel Brothers, SCO BSSOR TO S. CONTENT.) uteiit!s Corner. - - Virginia City, MONTANA. ^^_ . I E ARE OFFERING ^A i the (Wholesale and Retail Trade TM ^ OUK LAROE STOCK OK ^ iliiornia Cn?oni-made Clothing, a mar FURNISHING GOODS, T goo ^j this 31aakot^, Boots, ? s^ Bats, etc. ^ I RKDI.CED PRICE?. , uoi.'4-wlm G. L. SHOUP, Successor to A. K. BOICE ^ CO., Wholesale Grocers R] STORAGE AND COMMISSION MER...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 December 1866

(5 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, DECEMBER' 2tt,' 'f 86U\' ' iUiff~.f '-tiMJct. THE HOLLADAY I . '^?>^^ f' I^i(Io2lMN1*^tfll OVERLAND MAIL [ ^!0*>T.'A',1 i t ?JVZ) .^r*0^^T /* lt^> **t*fd lil'i'l EXPRESS CO., ' Are now running a ^ DAILY LINE OP FIRST GLASS CONCORD COACHES ' BETWEEN VIRGINIA CITY ^fc HELENA, Connecting Bt Virginia City with their Line to I . *^ BOISE CITY, IDAHO CITY, WALLA WALLA, UMATILLA, DALLES, PORTLAND, SALT LAKE CITY; DENVER, AND THE WESTERN TERMINI OF THE Great Pacific Railroads For all parte of the States. ALSO, CONNECTING AT SALT LAKE CITY FOR ALL POINTS WEST OF THAT CITY. Every attention paid to the comfort and esjoyment cf passengers. Fare cheaper than by any other route. NOTICE. ^ Each adult passenger is allowed 25 lbs. i uf baggage free. But neither Gold Dust, Bullion, Coin, Bank or Treasury Notes will be carried un- ti^r the designation of baggage. DAVID STREET, General Agent. Jnne 12th 1866. 1911 J. G. BAKER, Storage Forwarding 1 ^ AND^ . { U ^ N...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 December 1866

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1866. 7 ^ A d DIKECTORY. fai OKFTCIA _J ?rrltorial Officers. 2^ _?_GREEN CLAY SMITH. ?over3.gfuarn or ^ T HOMA8 FRANCIS MEAGHER. ? *^S#jE3*^-* l- hosmer. jaarneyGeneral-V. B. Nealley. , j Deputy ^ ^ Wm. M. Stafford. Virginia, ex r.ited dates Marshal-QEO. M. Poorer. ft* 225k ^ AJa^*ai-?KO. W. Irwin. A .;/t U S. Marshalr-J. X. BfilDLER. an iZeyor-General-M. BOYU. ty SrWOHX H. MING. ba ittasvrer- JOHN 8. ROOKFELLOIJL S ^f of PwM'e Instruction^ A. li. BARRET. V ''itu'oor ^ T. C. EVERTS. tn Collector Internal Revenue^ TH. P. LAXOFORD. ta Clerk U. S. District Court ^ J. A. HOSMER. gj, Clerk 2d Judicial District^ C. E. Irvine, Silver ?CUrk 3d Judicial District ^ E. W. CARPENTER, Mi ^',ena- County Reorders. 2 u.dison.. Geo. W. Hill Edgerton. R. C. Ewing _T ^ averbead.B.Peabody Gallatin. ... Thos. Cover Dl Ueer Lodge. Jas. Brown Jefferson .. Frank Wells o'' Meagher County W. T. Richardson. a] Municipal Officers of Virginia City. S1 siJor^ 3. M. Castne...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 22 December 1866

8 Tlffe' VfONTA? PtikT SATURDAY: nBf!KMBER 22, 1866. The Montana Post ^ ^ ^ i w ^; ii I- ^^ ^ ^_. ca SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1866 |_ ^ . M ^ I ^ I 1 ! . co OUB AGENTS. _ A. B. Hamilton, is our Agent at Fort Benton, an Mr. A. J. Smith is our A gent at Bannack. no J. M. FISH, Sterling, Hot Spring District. th Geo. S. Rawlinc.s, Silver Creek. fai - J. M. Mills, Silver Bo*-. ca James Stuart. Deer Lodge. bs Wobdex* Co., Hell Gate. wi Agency of Post, 52 Bridge street, Helena. as John Temple, Junction City. h^ Chas. E. Smito, Gallatin City. to Max Wagner. German Gulch. it H. H. Hathaway, Highland District. F. Church, Sucmit City. Campbell A Co., Confederate Gulch. te; R. C. Johnson, Blackfoot. C^ L N. BUCK, Boulder Valley. he G. W. WHITE, Reynold City, Elk Creek. vi J. VV. Magrubry, Rocker City. he J. S. Williams, St. Lonis, Mo. th L. P. FlKHER. San Francisco. Cal. er Jno. Thornley, of Virginia, is our authorised ? Agent to- receive subscribers and moneys. His receipt will be good. w: ^ w T...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 December 1866

IHE MONTANA POST. Jl Newspaper, Devoted to the 3gjnerai?\*c?- 1+ - ^ ? ===== ? ? and Commercial Interests of Montana Territory. VOL, 3, NO. 19. VIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA? ? ATTJRDAY?ECEMBER???8?6\ WHOLE NO. 123. The Montana Post jj j^| TILTOM ^ CO.. - - - - PUBLISHERS se HENRY N. BLAKE, ?_ ^ ^ EDITOR. ar ^ be SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1866 vi 1 to Our Agents in the different towns m, sad mining camps of the Territory and ra fltewhere, trill vlea.se take ~ *' ^ *^ 'trrtis of subscription for the Post here th been increased to $3.50 per quarter, $5.0) pr for six, months, and $8.00 for one year. ut ad DOWNWARD TENDENCY OF THE es PREMIUM ON GOLD. th The perusal of the tables which con- %u { [aia the figures that show the tluctua- | ti0n8 in the value of coin during the past ? I five years, is as instructive as the history f of the battles that took place during the 1 recent gigantic struggle for the mainten- I ance of the Federal Union The pre- S ? ffilum on gold was an accurate barome- | ter...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 December 1866

tttp. MONTANA POSTT^sTTUBPTY. DECEMFER_l__ll|i? U _ -*- ~ * ^ ' ' ' ^ . ,r:.,lon, NaV nGt OE Ihe Montana Post % ^ of - ~ ^ . ^ ^: ma SATURDAY, DEf EmBER 29, 1866 wc _ ^ coi D. W. TILTON, BEN. R. DITTES. sta ^ pic D. W. TILTON ^ CO., PJ' Publishers and Proprietors. Jj5 OJice at the City Book Store, corner of Wallace and j7j Jackson Street*, Virginia City. 2H ! tht Terms of Subscription : One copy, one year 98 00 do. six months, 5 00 ttu do. three months 3 50 oa Rates of Advertising ^ of Business Cards, 5 lines or less, 3 months.. $ 6 00 do. do. do. 6 months, . . 10 00 efJ do. do. do. 1 year, 15 00 One square, ven lines or less, 1 insertion, . . 4 00 au do. do., do. 2 do. .. 6 00 aci do. do. do. 1 mopth, 10 00 tin do. do. do. 2 do. 13 00 do. do. do. 3 do 15 00 uu do. do. do. 6 do 25 00 an do. do. do. 1 year, 35 00 it Two squares, 1 insertion, 6 00 do. 2 do 8 00 rj do. 1 month 12 00 or do. 3 do. IS 00 1?' do. 1 year, 65 00 0^9-eighth column, 1 insertion 8 00 pl^ do. do. 2 do. 12 00 pU ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 December 1866

==Ill=?2lTAff__J_jST, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29. 1866. 5 Is ml T, mw w I . ' ^^ ' - -' ^ ^: - ^ ' ^ ^ 1 1 ^ -^ - ^ GURNEY ^ CO'S, p| poots and. Shoes ! in immense stock of the above well known ^ *^ superior 1 CUSTOM MADE BOOTS AND SHOES, WA Now ou hand. The IU varieties of Men's wear from the most substantial MINING BOOTS, *u Ke of e? To the lightest and finest sewed FRENCH CALF BOOTS col AND SHOES ^ LADLES', MISSES', BOYS' AND CHTLDRENS' BOOTS, BALMORALS AND GAITERS, ^c. ^c. A large lot of superior RUBBER BOOTS, Manufactured expressly far our trade, AT THE OLD STAND^ WALLACE STREET. Virginia City. 1527* D. H. WESTON. SlegelT Brothers, (SUCCES80R TO S. CONTENT,) Content's Coraer, - - Virginia City, MONTANA. E ARE OFFERING CA To tbe (Wholesale and Retail Trade TW ^ OCR LARGE STOCK OF ^ California Custom-made Clothing, a mai FURNISHING GOODS, T goo this Blankets, Boots, Sat^, ^to. ^ jj| AT REDUCED PRICES. no24-wlm C. L. SHOUP, Successor to jri A. R. BOICE Sc CO., Wholesale Grocers R] STOR...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 December 1866

4 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1866. The Montana Post. SATURDAY, DECE!IIBEB 29, 1866 D. W. TILTON, BEN. P.. DrTTES. D. \V. TILTO.i Sc CO., Publisher* and Proprietors. Office at tkt City Book Store, corner of Wallace and Jackson Streets, Virginia City. TELEGRAPHIC. Reported Exclusively for the ^Tri^ weekly Post,^ by W. IT. T. Co. Terrible Explosion^ Bushwhacker* ln Missouri^ Free School in the District of Columbia^ Shermanto Mission' a Failure^ Distillery {Frauds ^ A Negro to Run for Mayor of Georgetown^ Napoleon utters Good Wishes^ Spain will Revolt^ Terrible Massacre near Fort Kearney^ The President ad^ vises the South to Reject the Amendment^ What the Pope says ^ Test Oath^ Fenianism Played Out. London, Dec. 17. ^ The Times has a telegram from Berlin, in which the writer says the Pope of Rome ban been officially invited to the Uni^ ted States. The same dispatch, which is almost exclu^ sively devoted to American affairs, says that Maximilian is virtually a prisoner. The...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 December 1866

JEgJLJi2J? SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1866. 5 nEPABTUKES OF STAGES. OT?SPRING EXPRESS leaves Virginia -m~^ City on alternate Amy*, from Davia, Housel -M-M k Co;, gtor^: on Wallace street. H?OVERLAND STAGE, for tbe East, 1 leaves this city Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday Saturday, next week. Fare to SaltLake City, #75, io bankable dust ?APBR'S GALLATIN EXPRESS leaves Vir- \\ iricia City cn Thursday, and arrives Tuesday ^Di ;*ht, of each week. Office at Davis, Houseli *W Wallace street. BUSINESS NOTICES. REGCUAK meetings of the Virginia City, R. A. , Chapter, every Monday evening, at 7 oclock, ^^ _ J. J. HULL, H. P. REGULAR meetings of Virginia City Lodge, No. 1, of A. F. ^i A. M., the second and fourth Saturdays of each month, at 7 o'clock p. M. J. J. HULL, W. M. -pj OFFICI?AJ? DIBECTORY. 'Federal Officers. Governor ^ GREEN CLAY SMITH. Secretary^ THOMAS FkaXCIS MEAOHER. Chief Justice- H. L. HOSMER. Associate Justice^ I*. B. WlLLISTON. ^ ^ L. E. MUNBOX. A. A. Deputy Atfy General ^ Wm. M. Staffo...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 December 1866

6 THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, D E C E M B EB_29,_1866? UNITED STATES MAILS. ^ ^ Montana Territory. ti at Post Office Department, P Washington, Oct. 31, 1866. bl PROPOSALS will be received at the Con- t] tract Office of this Department until 3 p. o: m^ of February 15, 1887, for conveying the mails of the United States in the Territory of ^ Montana from July 1, 1867, to June 30, 1870, on the routes and by the schedules of deport- ores and arrivals herein specified. (Being route3 established by acts of Congress approv- *' ed March 14, and July 18 and 26, 1-866^ and ai others.) Decisions announced by February, P! 23, 1867. V 16001.^ 16001.^ From Crossing of Gallatin, at Fos^ ter's Farm, to Gallatin City, miles and 9 back, once a week. Bidders to state distance *J and propose a schedule of departures and ar- '* rivals. 16002.^ 16002.^ From Virginia City, by Forraan's, T Foster's, aud Bosom an 's City, to Yellowstone 'r City, miles and back, once a week. Bid- O ders to state distance and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 December 1866

=21??MlMA?_??ATnRDAT, DECEMBER 29, 1866. ' VBOItl IDAHO. ^gt GraNTSVILLE, Idaho, Dec. 18, 1866. hid EDITOR Post: Thinking some of your reCl readers would be interested in what is transpiring, i- this section, , I will en- wo: dearortogiveafewiteina. This town the waa started about the middle of last ^ month by the enterprise of J. A. Cook, shl and received its name in honor of Gen- his eral Grant. It is situated on Nappy's y^1 Creek, adjoining Leesburg, and although ? 0t two months old, it has forty eubstan we t;al buildings completed and in progress, be^ with as many more in contemplation. Th It contains five stores, one blacksmith ^^ shop, three butchers, and one feed sta- poi ye The trail continues good, and will, thr without any doubt, be kept open all win- ~* *aT Pack trains are arriving almost dailr ?'ie m'nes are g^^d and exten- ] g;ve' the basin being about thirty miles Fk wide, We believe this will be the best thf mining camp in the Rocky Mountains Re next season. There is ...

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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 29 December 1866

8 THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1666. The Montana Post SATURDAY, DE( EJIRER 29, 1866 OUR AGENTS. Ai B. HAMILTON, Is out Agent at Port Benton. Mit. A. J. SMITH is our Agent at Bannack. J. M. Fish, Sterling, Hot Spring District. Geo. 8. Rawungs, Silver Creek. J. M. Mills, Silver Bow. James Stuart, Deer Lodge. Worden * Co., Hell Gate. Agency of Post, 52 Bridge street, Helena. John temple, Junction City. Chas. E. Smith, Gallatin City. Max Wagner, German Gulch. H. H. Hathaway, Highland District F. Church, Summit City. Campbell Sl Co., Confederate Gulch. R. C. Johnson, Blackfoot L N. BUCK, Boulder Valley. G. W. White, Reynold City, Elk Creek. J. W. Magruert, Rocker City. J. 8. Williams, St. Louis, Mo. L. P. Fisher. San Francisco. Cal. JNo. Thornlet, of Virginia, is our authorized Agent to receive subscribers and moneys. His receipt will be good. THE CITY. Arrivals aud Departures During the Week.^ Arrived. A DeForrest Mr Carpenter J Stuart Mr Carter A V Brown R M Harris D J Home...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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