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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 30 March 1867

THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1867 rB^ AND S^ ISSORS. alU'ornla. nortionof the testimony in the late^,f Irish laboring men against the i'11* 9ar^ the San Francisco Time*,^jfatlaafc** that after the rioter* had^' | from different quarters and^ed into an irregular column, they rnl,^ to the RCene of disturbance^the American Hag unfurled above^^ ran**- wa8 a^*1 'n t^^timony^i - that several of the riotern had on-^' * ntlv arrive*! in the country from^and thus signalized their advent^iT ^liWr*ce*u' violation ot the laws^.* whioh they came to seek homes^'/protection. In additi^L in proof that not a sii^* n br hirth was found^1 but, on the other hand, tne per- Inaddition to this, it^a single American^among the ri-^the the Chineseworkmen,^were native ''*ht to he most injured T*^Captain H. B. Shallcross, un- l'latelycommander of the Marysville^^ mer^ Governor Dana, has gone to^' R Valley to make arrangements for^USIf a line ofbetween C'al- itna~S|^rintfS and Clear Lake. This ,i) a n^...

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. — 30 March 1867

FROIfl ^^ A 1.1. \ Tl N VALLEV. EditorPost : Once more the good^people of our enterprising valley have^been thrown into a state of excitement^All are talking, speculating and exchang^ing the tete a tete over the recent wed^ding. The beautiful and accomplished^Miss Annie Campbell, daughter of our^old and staunch pioneer, Major Camp^bell, and also one' of oar old and earliest^residents, Frank Dunbar, are the happy^pair who are now figuring so conspicu^ously in the hymenial circle. Both^young, occupying an elegant farmer's^home, and being so strongly identified^as they are with Gallatin, the pleasing^affair elicits interest and the brightest^hopes in every circle. The wedding^took place on the evening of the 25th.^All friends were invited, hence it is use^^less to add that i\w elite of Gallatin were^in attendance. Some twenty-five or^thirty couple gazed upon the nuptial^ceremony, and quite as many graced the^tastily arranged ball room, through^those happy and convivial hours, the^last ...

Publication Title: Montana Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 30 March 1867

TI i B MONT A N A PQ8 T, 6 A TURD AY, MARC H 3j6K^ 186 7. hKICI.VI. DIRECTORY. |^Federal OfBcsrs. ,.,,_i;KKKNCLAY SMITU. Llif Jsst*'-'- * ^ n-Liaros.^ir*^rL. E. MLXSON. n^^rv ^a^ (reneral^Wm. M. Si aH-oUI^.^' ^ittiui MirrrKml^OgO. M. PlXICST. * a V * M'tTfksl^J. X. BF.IDLKK.^j 'Jlltr General^ M. Bon*. I^^^'l t.t,rm*l Rextna*^T. C E VESTS.^fjTZL, Internal Revenue^X. P. LAN^iPORI^.^'zZ^T' Jitnm ii r Co^r*^L. S. Pktk, V*. ^d judicial District^c'. E. Ikvlve. Silver l*^ Jadiciml Diatrul^LIU*. W. FOWIJlK, TerritorialOfficers. rtnrer^IollN S. R(K KKKIXOW.^'^LffPupUc Instruction^A. M. S. CaHI'KStek CountyRecorders.^1M r Geo. W. Hill | P.dgerton. R. C. Ewing ^rbeed. B-Peabody tlallatinTbn^. Cow . x-f ju. Knxvn I Jefferson. .Frank Wells | r^Th.r^ ountyW. T. Ri.-liftrdiua. V.*..uU^Frank A. Woody. I MunicipalOfficers of Virginia Citj. u.tr^j *^^ Ca*txk^.^l^mem and An if ClerkWin M. GMSK _#r\. Karley. ./*/^^i*^*'^'^J- E. McCt lini'iiH.^'\itnnal^F. O. HtMt. * W in. fWny. CountyOfficers of Madison...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 30 March 1867

8 TheMontana Post SATURDAY,MARCH 30, 186T. A.B. F OIRAGETTS. Hamilton,U oar Agent at Fort Benton.^Mr. A. j. Smith is our Agent at Bannack.^j. M. fish, Sterling, Hot Spring District.^Oeo. 8. Rawuxus, Silver Creak.^J. M. Mn i.s Silver Bow ^^Jambs Stcakt, i ^^^^^^- Lodge.^WoaiiEN a Co., Hell (late.^Agaaev of Post. 52 Bridge ^treat, Heleaa.^Joma tkmpljc. JuacUon City.^('has. E. Smith Gallatin City.^Max Wagner, German Gulch. H.H. Hathaway. Highland District.^F. Chvrch, aWmmit City.^Campbell A Co. Confederate Guloh^R. C. JohnsoH, Blackfrtot. I.X. Buck, Boulder Valley. 8.w. Foreman. Reynold.' City, Elk Creak. s.V. Ball, Baartown. J.W. Macrcert, Rocker City. J.8. Williams. St. Louis, Mo. L.P. Fihher. Sao Francisco. Cal. Jno.Thorn ley, of Virginia, is our autUorixad^Agent to receive subscribers and money*. His^receipt will be good. themontana post, saturday, M~OlCH 30 , 1867 THECITY. Arrivalsand Departures During the WeekArrived. W.J. Foster^Trinidad Ortis^John WUaou^C Clarke^W H Wilson^W P ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 6 April 1867

THEMONTANA POST. .V Xom spaper, Devoted to the Mineral, ^Vg-i-icxxltixral and Commercial Interests of^ Montana Territory. VOL.3, NO. 32. VIRGINIACITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1867. WHOLENO. 1.57. aAof the amendments to the Constitution of the leans railway, rllO IIIIIIT21 1121 I llSI ' '^^l States, shall be eligible as a member -^f French Governr^||l .IIWUIUUM ^ v^a* the Convention to form a Constitution f ^r petition. It FOl'NDKRKDAX SEA, whowas appointed by the they are, and must remain, aliens in^ment without any kind of coin-8en9e of j worf havin- no in. I -The Democratic party has disappeared from eeins there was no general con- I .. *^^! jnp fBC^ Qf jne earth- under the management anyof the said rebeLSUtes. norshall any sudi tractor for the entire work, hut each pnrticu- terest in our institutions or country ; j o{ rapn wno promfe*] England, in their inter- lardepartment was let to separate contrac- fift], . they arw morullv and physicallv ; view with Lord Lyons in this ci...

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

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, APRIL (i, 18^^7 TheMontana Post. SATIRDAY,A I, 6, 1867. D.W. TILTOH,BEN. R. DITTES. D. W. T1LTON *fc CO., PublInker* and Proprietors. OJfe at the Citf Book Store, corner of Wallmcr and^JarJctrrn Street*, ftrfittia Citf. mulberrytrees, which he^rive l^ Siskivou cnuntv^. ..^Tbe 3uj^dtehof the9th saTs : There^i^ nov in port, ten American and four^British ships ; forty four American, five^Colon Irian, one Russian, one Hawaiian,^one Hamburg, and one Dutch barks;^three American brigs and two American^schooners. These are exclusive oi coast^^ers. .. .During the month of January.^lbo^, the following articles were manu^^factured in San Francisco, of the value^and amount stated in currency, at the^rate of 7$* cents : B^.t* * shoe*. 1*43 Brashes,etc 467 Bulllor.asa'ed:;.:^66 ^tW Carriage*. 17.^50 Ck*miik, ...f... l.rilr. Termsof Subscription: Onecopy. *n^ year$8 00 do. six month*,5 00 do. three month**fc3 ^r'0 Ratesof Advertising: Card*.T^ lines or leaa, 3 month*^do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 6 April 1867

THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAY, APRIIv 6, 1867. World'*Knd Fropliet -lea. KrorTe^P^ndont n* thf^ (^^rn^l'^ Ejam^thus stuns nj^ thn prophecies which^* -e been current in various age,., r^- ,-nethe end of the world :^The Jew* had an ancient doctrine, J.000under the HelenaAdvertisements^KING ^ GILLETTE, dura tol^e I Hill'*!. wthe world will last rj.000^nil) l^fore the law. 'J.000 ui^r w and 2,^^l0 under the (ioapel.^^^^ There was a time when th^^^ 0f ti,e world wns thought to !^e | nnd O witl1 tUat of tlie Roman Km ' anil^ v 'r.v '^^'^^^t- ^T*-7 ^ :.rtli^iurtk-. Wh^^l^--,nlI^i-; ^v L.I:L.131US reifarded'aaa portent 4^f doom. j^**^ ^^ |H-in_' asked by the Bishop of j iam* whether th^- end of the earth waa is St.Au^-natine replied that in al! j^Sbabilitr ^ years respite would be j jrento it 4Front year to year, however, the , 1te of the* cntxh was put back, and^,!*jjv tu^- end of the 1Mb century was^^ited upon, when there was a special ex- j stationand dread, lasting till the year j^which ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 6 April 1867

tHE MO NT A N A POST, SATURDAY. APRIL (!, 18l^7. TheMontana Post. .W TILTON 1 CO. PUBLISHERS SAT1 A1\APR IL 6, 1867. TELEGRAIHIC. ReportedExclusively lor the ^Tri^^weekly Post,^ t^^ W. U. X. ^ o. Heavy Frauds^Trial or Davis -^( ountcrfeiu In ^ lreiilatlon^C'on-^greM adjourned until July 3d^^Senate convened In Executive^Session Russia Odm her Amer^^ican Possessions to the l~ tilted^States^ Destructive Hire-^I.lndell^House In Kntits^.Tlexlcan News^^Privateers A tioat-Senaate In Extra^Session ^ mi amer Burned^freed^tin n^- Bureau Report^ C'onnei-tl^cut Elei tion^A Molilalia Boy In^the P. R^The TOassarre at Fort^Bu ford^Cincinnati Flection^^Booth's Diary^The Exposition^Helena In Lurk^Inundation-kVe^male Sn ti ^race^St. Louis Flee^tlons^^ onlcderate Bonds^^ on^nectlcut Elections, Full Returns^^ Rhode Island Urpublicau ^^An Important Bill^Radicals In^Arkansas^Corona Beselsed. NewYork, March 30.^Yesterdav after^^noon Leonard Huycks and Joseph B. Stewart^were arrested by United States offic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 6 April 1867

tVICAID OR ABANDON KRU,Thomas Francis Mkaghkr, ^t,S(;'.(l0VKKN^lKOK Montana : rntntl-' I take the responBibilitv of^' voU a fewliaea for the benefit of ZLanenfiaof Montana. We have relia-^1 reports here that we are in imminent^feign* ^^f hostile Indians, and if there is^J . goniethinfr done to protect this val-^,D,^ ooon there will be bat few men and^fa.milie* left in the Gallatin valley.^^. ^ women and children are making^~i*rations to leave at an early day.^lfvou can make any arrangements to^rotect them, they will stay ^ if not, this^f llev will doubtless be evacuated.^' (Signed)J. M. Bozeman. BozemanCity, March a5th, 1307. Theabove communication was hand- ,on, with permission to publish. It^.hows the feeling existing among the^r^idenw of the (tallatin^a feeling which^we termed a few days since ^ an incip-^^ nt panic.^ The attention of the press^jdJ P**^P'*' ^* Montana was called to the^^jet of the material reduction it would^make in the supply of breadstuff's, and^the dangers to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 6 April 1867

THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1S(^7. TheMontana Post. D.W. TILTOH 4 CO.. PUBLISHERS J*AX l RDA1', APR IL 6, 1667.^The si| tor Smelting ProcrM. no.2. Wehare shown in the first article how to^extract the crude lead, technically termed^worklead, from the lead silver ores by a cer^^tain deeoxydising smelting process. ' Bat a^more difficult process has now to be employed^in order to obtain the noble metal from its^alloy with lead, and other base metals in^fcmall proportion. This process is called the^cuppellation. It is a well known fact that^the precious metals will nut oxydise in the^air, even when heated to fusion, whibt the^base metaL^ will then be readily converted in^^to oxydea. When, therefore, an alloy of lead^with silver is exposed to red heat, the lead be^^comes, when in contact with air, oxyde of^lead (litharge,) whilst the silver remains un^^changed. Therationale of the operation to be per^^formed in the cupel furnace, is to convert all^the lead, and other base metals, ...

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

THE MONTANA I'OST. SATURDAY, APRIL tf^,'lK^7 FederalOfficers. ittneic'.r ORE EN CLAY SMITH. Thomas KrWfjs Mt t'.iiEK. justice^U. L. Homi JuftterL. B. Wrr.t.TTrO'V^L. E. MCXeOJS.^. . [troutf Attn General^W11. M. StaFVOUU.^i-nited State* Marrhal^GEO. M. PlXXEY.^tr -S- Marskal^J. X. bk1ki.KR. iftlmnrInternal Rertnue^T. f. EVKRTK.^CUoctor Internal Revenue^N. P. LAX^;mai^.^Clerk L- S. Ditri*. Court^U. S. KsHK, V*.^@rrk ^id Judicial District^C. E. luviNK. .Silv^-r CterkM Judicial District- Sk.IRABI Stanton^(,,h^. Wilkea,^in a recent number of his Spirit of the^Timet, thus vindicates a fearless public^officer, and dissipates some very pre^^valent misapprehensions : Ithas been a matter of constant won^^der t^^ the conntrv during the last two^years why Secretary Stanton, after his^brilliant finish of the war, and in the^face of strong temptations to repose,^should have continued to perform the^mere drudgery of office in accord with^ministers, some of whom he must neces-^m\s. w. rowijjR. j ^*...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 6 April 1867

TkeMontana Post. THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 18(57. SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 186T. OURAGENTS.^A. B. HAMtlTON, h onr Agent at Fort R^ntoo.^mr. A. J. Smith is our Agent mt Bannack.^J. M. Fish. Sterling, Hot Spring District.^Gso. 8. Rawunos, 8ilver Creek.^j. M Mills, Stiver Bow.^Jamr* Stuast. Deer I - .^WowilN a Co.. Hell Gat^^.^Agency of Poat, 52 Bridge street. Helena.^Johx TRuruc, Junction City.^Chas. B. Smith. Oallatin City.^Max Wagner, German Gulch. H.H. Hatha wat, Highland District.^F. Church, Summit City.^Campiieli, Sl Co., Confederate Gulch^r. C. JohksoK, Blackf'^ot. I.N. BUCK, Boulder Valley. 8.W. Forkman. Reynolds' City, Elk Creek. s.V. Ball, Beartown. j.W. Macruery. Rocker City. J-S. Williams, 8l LouU. MoI L-P. Fisher, San Francisco. Cal. Jno.Tjioknlf.T, of Virginia, is our authorised ^^Agent to receive subscribers and money*. His^receipt will be rood. Malfeasance.It having been relia-^^^r*!*' that A. H. Chapman, Indian A rent at^the t lat Head Agency, in Missoula conaty. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 13 April 1867

THEMONTANA POST. \c\vs])n])or. Devoted to the Mineral, ^V^r^foialtixr-al and Oommei*cial Interests of* Montana Territory. VIRGINIACITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1867. WHOLENO. 138. TheVI out si mi Post. SVTIKDW, \PH1L IS, 18Q7. q,iTr.,r respondents throughout the^Territory wM oblige by conforming to the^fj00i^ff r*l^* ^' Limit all communica-^fa,iti* a Mf column. Write only on^-at lid* of th- paper, plainly and con-^,1*1*. Mi*i^*g M** shouid b^ teritten^vy,r^it^!'/ fr^on other news ; brief, statis-^Writc only what wit^^p'lhlie interest. Aroid permtnalitis*. |^dirt Ante nnd odd re**. The name of th*^frit,r ni'iit a,;-^npany earh letter. An // !),^^^^ if nxirly ecrry instance. alegislative body. Taking the Gazette*^own statement, the bill making an ap^^portionment of the Territory as required^by the act was vetoed, and was not^passed over that veto. It is not essen^^tial to the question where the failure to^apportion the Territory rested ; it is suffi^^cient that it never became a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 13 April 1867

THE TheMontana Post PKNAND SCISSORS. Alonethe River. TheOmaha Rejivblirnn says The^steamer Ida Stockdale is posted^ t^^ leave MONTANA PO ST, S AT Q g 1} A I' A V R 1 L Ub 18 *7- NOWREADY Ithe time the emigration reaches her.^they will have heard of ^that better^land^ to the north. Trains will prob-^; ably atop to feed at noon, in Denver and^that will be as long as they will tarry.^That hundred thousand dollar brick of St. Feter* at D.W. T1LT0N, BEN.R. DITTES. Pittsburgfor the Rocky Mountains. She V i- wi mi, ^ i ^. 7^^, V v i,^is a new boat and will be commanded ot ^^^^**^* ' ^^ t take up inurh D. W. TILTOIV ^ CO., PnMIshrnand Proprietors. Ofirrat the City Bonk Store, comer ef Wmllnct and^Jookmon Street*. \rirginia\ City. Onecopy^do.^do. Termsof Subscription: neyeareV 00 izmonth*.5 00 ly Capt. Marsh, an old Missouri river^boatman, with Capt. Thos. S. Calhoun^as clerk... .St. Louis papers say that^there is in that city an almost utter ab^^sence of freight for the upper Missouri,^whic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 13 April 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1867. INCU BMMP* SAFE. .job for an Enterprising Burglar--a in-ity^^nn^ of Coin in one Vault--Description of the^^Treasury in New York. fFromthe New York Oazefte.] Thevaults ^^f the Unit^*i States Sui^^'preaaarv are said to exceed ia strength^^Uo*^ ^*f t,lt^ ^*pk ^i Kn^land. The^-noag and thoroughly tire and fapqpaa^^,roof manner in which Uiey Lave ix-en^LmatrucU'd ^^xcitet* the admiration of uil .holders. Tin-re ar^- two ot theiK- im- icose vaults*, one at corner of the Piue^^ ^nd of the rotunda- Tin- rooiiij*^,r,. jH-rhaps tw.'iitv :t-. t long by fifteen^wide, and ten or twelve feet high. They^contain no window : there is hut one^[;(M)r o|H-nin^ into etch, aud gas lights^arc kt'P1 hurniug inside. The internal^appearance of these vaults lias a striking^rtT^Mublance to a fashionable tomb in^(ireeawood cemetery, rows ot ra*e*^m.r arranged around the sidea of the^p ^in. eu^ h about two feet square, with^iron doors attached. There is one door^(,,r e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 13 April 1867

THEMONTANA POST, SATURDAY, APRIL 1 3, 1867. TheMontana Post. 0.W. TILTOH 1 CO. -PUBLISHERS 9AX 17 R PA T, AFHIL 13, 1867. TELEGRAPHIC. ReportedExclusively for the ^Xrl-^Weeklr Post,^ by W^ V. T. Co. 4'olllerjrexplosion ^ Public debt^^Micridsn a* Commander of the^l^- |^;iritiic in s.hl-s method 4oiitinnaUoim by the Senate^The 'l.i^^M^ rv at Port Buford not^C redited^Pear of the Fenlnnit^^It umor* of war-iflexlean advices -^The petition^A rogue arrested^^Sumner gone to Paris^Winter on^tlic PlaiiiM^Georgia following^suit-^Allotment of Jndsm~Ofll-^rern confirmed and rejected^Alli^^ance of KumIu aud l*riiMi^la^!TIer-^^ ^ to .^^Iax.^ liampant rebel* In^Virjjinls^KnMlan-Amerlea onr*.^The KuMHlan-Amerlean Treaty^^^fw Jersey Elections^ Butler'*^Tyranny^(ieneral Sully'* Obser^^vations*^ Bismarck's Biplomaey^^A Costly Telegram^Spanish En^llstiuents, etc., etc. Richmond,Va., April 4.^Geo. W. Ran^^dolph, Secretary of War of the Confederacy,^died yesterday- Anexplosion occurred at Cover Hill coal...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 13 April 1867

THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, APRIL 13,1867 5 l I ^ AND SCISSORS.^Nevada. TheTrt*pa^* llie fo,lowin^ : Tlie^^irinia. Lefnfl^ture recently made an^irt.^,riation for the purchase of artifi- Hyt'andarms for disabled C'onfeder^tidier*. Another frood appropria-^would be to purchase artificial heads t*politiciansA depth of 825 feet beenreached in the new shaft of the pireand Imperial Companies iV have bad trouble about the wages^ifinrini*, an {attempt having been^je to reduce them. The Trt*p^x**^On the 2.^th, at one o'clock, the^'*'bersofthe Miners Union, to the XlicGood Wire. Theheart of a man, with whom affec^^tion is not a name and love a mere pas^^sion of the hour, yearns toward the quiet^! of home as toward the goal of his earthly^! joy and hope ; and as you fasten there^j your thought, an indulgent, yet dreamy^^ fancy painta the lovedajmage that is to^adorn it and to make it sacred. She is^there to bid you, (iod speed ! and an adieu^tltat hangs like music on your ear, as^you go out to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 13 April 1867

THE MONTANA POST; SATURDAY, APRIL Hf, 1867. TheWontana Post. D.W. TILTON 1 CO.. PUBLISHERS SATl'HPAY, APRlLlg, 186T. TheBcildino ok the Pacific Rail-^150ai) ack'iss the plains.^There has^been nothing in all the history of civili^^zation to match the rapid construction^of the Pacific railroad from the Missou^^ri river to the Rocky Mountains this^year. We give some details that height^en the marvel of the great feat, from the^Chicago Tribune: Thefirst forty miles of track were not^laid until January, 1806. and indeed it^was the middle of April before track-^laying commenced in earnest. From^that time the work has gone on wit I:^unexampled rapidity. It was literally^a race against time, and time has been^beaten. Two hundred and ten miles of^track have been laid in one hundred con^secutive days, excepting Sundays. Duringthat time the company have^erected all their necessary buildings, in^the most substantial and perfect style^at the eastern terminus, Omaha. Some^idea of the extent of th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 13 April 1867

T11K MO N TANA P O S T, SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1867. ()KFICIALDIRECTORY.^Federal OfnCnrs. ^^-n,AV SMITH. Z~f*rwTllOBtA* FRANCIA MlAGHKIL ,WJu^.re-U. H ohm kb.^..Sn-fate J^*tkX^L. B. WILIJSTON. .^ /fewer Oentral^Wm. M. 8taFFOUI |'ijTllVAf^r^ll-OFO. M. PlNXKT.^i T *^rs****-J. X. Bf.Iplkr. I'rJltr-OenermlM. BOTH. *^ - tntemml Rrrmttr^T. C. evebt*. ffr-^/^^rr^*l Rfrmmt^N. P. LaNGFORD. 5^4-idJudieiml /bsmrt^C. E. Ikvixb. Silver 'M JLJfljftl DUtrirt^CHAs*. W. FowuKR, Helena. TerritorialOfllcers. ^ar- ' H. Mixo rMKW-j^h!^ S. ^^x KKK1.i.omt.^JZTtfPuki^ Intructtn^a. M. S. CAitl-BftTUi CountyRecorders. BMB..OMkW. Hill^iverbead H.Pcabody^u^bre J^* Brown^M^ojuer County^Xuwoulae Edgerton..R. C. Ewing (JallatinThoa. Cover JHragson..Frank Well*^. ...W. T. Richardson.^Ktank A. Woody. MunicipalOfficers of Virginia City. \1norJ. M. CA9TXF.R. ittnntn*** A^*'S CltrkWm H Chiles. fynnirrrB. K. Davis.^4w^s^r-R N. Farley. rWt.f *f^ri*f ^^^^^J- L- McClTAOUTIH.^Martk*lmnd Chief of Pnlice^f. O. Heldt. CountyOffi...

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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana post. — 13 April 1867

SATURDAY,APRIL 13, 186T. OlltAGENTS. A.B. Hamilton^, is our Agent at Port Benton.^Mil. A. J. smith U our Agent at Bannack.^J. M. Fish, Sterling, Hot Spring District.^Gko. S. Rawxinc.h, Silver Creek.^J. M. Mills, silver Bow.^JAMK8 8tuakt, Deer Lodge.^WORPKNA co., Hell Ottr.^Agency of Post, 52 Bridge street, Helena.^.Ii -hn tf.mplk. Junction City.^Chas. E. Smith, Gallatin City.^Max Wagnrk. German Gulch. H.H. Hathawat, Highland District.^F. Church, Summit City.^Campbell A Co., Confederate Gulch.^R. C. Johnson, Blackfnot. I.N. Buck, Boulder Valley.^S. W. Foreman. Reynolds' City, Elk Creek.^S. V. Ball, Beartown. s^J. W. Marruert. Rocker City. f^J. S. Williams, St. Louis, Mo.^L- P. fisher. San Francisco. Ca!.^Jno. Thornlbt, of Vinrinia. U our authorised Agentto receive subscribers and moneys. His^receipt will be food. THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 18^i7. THEOITY. Arrivalsand Departure* During the WeekArrived. LPatton^Frank Gigrey^Henrv Ohle^P Content^C D Everett^Dewy Wales JE Mart...

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