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THEMONTANA POST. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 18687
TieIon tan a Post
A.b. Hamilton, to our Ageat at Fort Boston.
Mr.*. J. Smith to oar Aral at Itmek.
XM. Fbh, Sterling, Hot Spring District.
Geo.S. Rawunqs, Silver Crack.
J.M. Mn.ls, Silver Bow.
JaMB*Sti-art. Dmr Lodge.
wobdexaCo., Hell Gate.
Agencyof Port, 53 Bridge street, Helena.
JohnTemple, Junction City.
W.P. Pj^ana GaUatln Cfcy.
Bl).Allfibld, German Galch.
H.H. Hathaawt, Highland District.^F. Church. Summit City.^Campbell A Co., Confederate Gulch.^K. C. JOHXaoK, Bteokfoot.
I.N. BtCK. Boulder Valley.
WeeletW. Jones, Reynold*' City, Elk Creek.^8. V. Ball, Beartown.^j. W. Magbubbt, Rocker City.^J. S. Williams, St. Louis, Mo.^l- p. fuher. San Francisco. CoL^Henrt Rierden, Argenta.^H. Ellis A Co., Leesbttrga, Salmon River Mines^chaukct Barber, Bear Gulch and adjacen^^sines.
AnsonFord, Butte City.
GeorgeM. Brock. Beartown, M. T.
DavtsWilson, Boseman City.
Mebttngof the Nevada Pcrkack J
Company.On Thursday last, pursuant to ad^^journment of a prsTioea meeting, the citizens of I^Nevada and Virginia met at the office of Aides A^Bwraeto city. The meeting was called to^order at 7 p. a. Mr. John Doaegan, SecreUry of^the meeflng, read the minutes of the last meeting. !^together with the report of a committee which had 1^bean appointed to select the location for the erec^^tion of the smelting furnace to be erected. The^ecensnittee reported the most suitable location to be |^immediately below Connor's mill,in Brown's gulch.^The meeting was ably addressed bv Judge Wm. T.^Lovell, Judge Don I.. By am. Messrs. Donegen, |^Johnson, Batty and others. The sentiments of the^speakers were various, but all agreed that as the^meeting meant business, immediate action should^be taken to organize a 1oint stock company for the^purpose of erecting a smelting furnaco capable of^holding- fire tons of ore, on which the amount of a^share of stock should be ten dollars. On motion, a^committee of five was appointed by the chair for^the purpose of soliciting subscriptions. Mr. O. T.^Sedinan was elected President of the compeny.^This was a very spirited meeting. A very rich^of ore taken from the Alameda lode^ted on exhibition, which afforded the
triespeakers atouflicient theme for the expression^ot their hope of the success of their contemplated
enterprise.Oa motion, the meeting adjourned to^meet again on Monday evening at 7 o'clock p. m.
W.A. B , Reporter.
Personals.Mr. Wm. H. Taylor, the
efficientroute superintendent of Wells, Fargo A^Co. a Montana line, and Mr. Got. Pollinger, Divis^^ion Superintendent, arrived from 8 tit Lake City^yesterday. Mr. Taylor is engaged in the very^pleasant business of paying off the employ^^ees, and will be in Virginia a few days. Mr.^Pollinger leaves for Helena this morning, probably^to see about discharging, or discharging at, the too^numerous aboriginal stock teadera saw engaged
betweenHelena and Benton.Captain Wall, the
wellknown Montana representative of J. J. Roe A^Co., also arrived per same coach from St. Louis,^having gone and returned since December. Severe^storms encountered between the railroad term is us^and Salt Lake, have somewhat frosted fece and^feet, and he makes a solemn covenant not to under^^take such a trip again. He g^es to Fort Benton by
thismorning s coach.Mr. Philip Deldesbeimer,
oneof the most useful and accomplished practical^miners of the Territory, leaves to-day for San Fran^^cisco to be absent a few weeks Mr. Henry Sie^^ge! starts by the same coeeh for New York, pro^^posing to return in the autumn. Welcome to those^who stay and pleasant journeys to these who go.
Nabbed.Officer Ptomy yesterday
arrestedone I sudor Hillaker, on charge of having^stolen a pair oi boots and hat from a boarder at the^Delevan House last Friday night. He kept oat of^the way until yesterday morning, but made his ap^^pearance on the street again and was promptly^^gobbled^ and taken before his honor Justice Mal^^ay, where he plead guilty and was sent to board at^the expense of the city lor thirty dsys. Our city^has long been infested by a gang of sneak thieves,^who hare so far been very successful in eluding^detection; but in future these light-fingered gentry^will have to ^presto, change,'' pretty lively if they^escape the vigilance of the police force. Pros scot ^^ing Attorney Stafford and City Marshal Hurst^read the culprit a severe lecture from the text^^Thou shalt not steal,^ and gave him to under^^stand that this climate was exceedingly unhealthy^for characters of his profession. The young scape^^grace signified a determination to emigrate as soon^as his term expired, sad we hope be will take bis^companions along, as we can well afford to spare^them.
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Meantemperature daring the week ending Feb.^19, st 3 o'clock p. m., 44^ 42' above zero.
Aniralsat the Planters' House.
Feb15^I R Worn ham. Summit; G W Lew man.^do; J no Caldwell, dc; Louis Vogel, do; W D Wann;^^C W Mather and lady, Helena; M a Lindsley, do;^Was Nant, do: Mirhoel Detwilder. Ramshorn; J^Foster, Gallatin valley; Mrs Falls, do; Mrs Thomp^^son, Helena, Cbas DaLler, do.
Feb16- -A G Reigel, Madison; I M Ellis, Ban^-nack; J F Ashen, Sterling; C B Hauser, city; R^Harrison, do; H e Palmer, do.
Feb17^E B Watson, Highland: Leroy South-^mavd. Summit; Henry M Bryant, city: James Tre-^gellers, Summit; John Caldwell, do; N Wall. St^Louis: A G Clarke, Helena: F a free. Summit;^J M Fish. Sterling; C C Branham. Mill Creek; Jas^H Mills, city; J F Bishop, Beaverhead.
Feb18^G T Bell, Mineral Town; A B Sea ton,^^do; X M Marshall, do; Geo T Lewis, do: Samuel^Drummond. city; A McHesser and lady. Beaver-^bead H O Sevier. Sterling.
Feb.19^O L Bray, Sterling; H M Bryant, city;^D F Percival. Sterling; Mrs Jones, city; J Pomff,^Bannack; 8 W Woodruff. J M Cooke Sterling; J^e Grant city.
FebHenry a Ward, F e V Shaun, J M Fish,^J Kamey, city.
[FromTuesday's Tri-Weekly. J
Goldin New York1.40
ninesare st present attracting considerable atten^^tion, both in our own and sister Territories. The
BoulderItems.^On Sunday morn^^ing last, the intent child of Mr. and Mrs. Wood, at^Boulder station, was found dead in bed on the^awakening of the parents. It wss some four months^old. an only child, and wss in good health when
theyretired the evening previous.Boulder is
improvingits morals, a resident of the valley hold^^ing Divine services in the Hall at that place every
SundayThere . is considerable interest mani
festedin regard to the Peter's gulch diggings, near^Boulder station. The main gulch to some three^miles long, with Boomerang and some other out-^laodisbly named gulch a tributary to it. all of them^showing good prospects. Quite s number of the^valley boys will go into the mines when the weather^geU propitious.
AnotherIndian Outrage. ^ Dis^^patches received from Helena, by the Governor,^from bin aid-de-camp. Col. Scribner, on Sunday,^state that Kennedy's ranch, about thirty-five miles^from Helena, had been burned by Indiana, and^Mrs. Kennedy and ber children bad been captured^and carried off by the savages- Governor Smith |^immediately ordered an investigstioa of the mat^^ter, snd directed, if the report was correct, pursuit^to be made by a sufficient number of armed men,^to overtake the red Bends and recapture the un^^fortunate parties. If the report is well founded, we^may look for more and extensive outrages this^spring, asd It behooves our people to be on the^alert and hold themselves in readiness for sny emer^^gency.
Ouresteeaaea rnend. Col. A. K. Mc-
Clure,who left our borders but s short time since,^advertises the controlling interest of tbs f rmnklin^Repository, published at Chambersburg, Pa., for^sale- We hope this means that the Colonel has al^^ready grown weary of the sluggish clime of the^Keystone State, and that he contemplates making^a permanent home among us.
BishopD. S. Tuttle will deliver a lecture on Sat^^urday evening next, at the Episcopal Church room^in aid of this Association. The object is a worthy^one, and aside from the well known ability of the^lecturer, should ensure a crowded bouse. The^price of admission is two dollars in currency, and^tickers will be for sale at the principal business^BOM
Manufactures.It was stated a few
dsyssince that thirteen hundred pounds of lead had^been received from the Argents Furnace, and was^on exhibition at w. f. Bert lit'^ store. It to set^oaly oa exhibition but for sale at a price that will^effectually monopolize the market and render any^further Importation of that article from the States a^bad operation. The lead to oast in common steed^bars, and although this is the first manufacture, is^of excellent quality and adapted to all the uses ts^which ^hat article is applied. While States less^sells for 45 seats, this is sold st 25 caste. Deslert^and consumers will make a note of this, snd ates^the fact that the supply is Inexhaustible. a sheet^time since the Pioneer Tannery put leather in the^market at one half the price of imported stock, nee^we have another article manufactured at reduced^pi iocs. We are becoming a manufacturing peopls.^What will be the next article
Pkrsonals.CjI. Noil Howie arrived
fromthe Gallatin on Tuesday eveuingaud will re-^ma Hi ia Virginia a fortnightMr. Wm. H. Tay^^lor, Superintendent of Wells, Fargo A Co. 's Mon^^tana route, leaves this morning tor HelenaMr.
JohnMing and wife, asd Mr. M. II- Taylor asd^wife, leave for the south, toe former for a tour in^the States, the latter for the Sweetwater mine*.^Mr. W. H. Barret, late chief clerk of the House, ar^^rived yesterday. Secretary James Tufts and be^having been appointed by the Secretary of the^Treasury as s commission to exsmioe the aocousts^of the late Secretary of Montana, General Thoaas^Francis Meagher.
Due.The individual who has been^absent a few days, and who has rather amusingly^been designated by as many military titles as aDi^vision sutler, has returned to this PiST. We are^under many obligations to Mr. Harry J .Norton Fore^^man and editor ad interim, as they would ^aj in^Washington, for the faithful and able manne- in^which he filled the chair, and the sprightly vva^city be infused into the local and news colunns^daring his incumbency. Oa his behalf we also^tender thanks to the gentlemen who contribute! to^the editorial department, and hope we may at stme^time be enabled to do them compensating set-ice.^Until then our gratitude'
Bullion.Mr. Creigh deposited vith
Nowlan A Weary, oa Monday, 56 ox. of gold bul^^lion, the product of the Union City Mills, fromOro^Cache rock- It ia the result of what is equivilent^to one day's run of the mill, from twenty tots of^ore, snd foots up 81.260 in currency. The rock^wss tsken from No. 2 north, at a depth of 160feet,^and averages 850 per ton in coin. Mr, Creigb sates^that they have penetrated through the cap andnow^have what is probably a pooket, with a large qsan-^tity of rock in sight. The vein is six feet in vklth^and the foot wall has not been reached. Full drifts^of hands are engaged taking out ore. and wemsy^expect good returns from the Union Mills.
Sold.The Dakotian says the steamer^Imperial, whose tedious and unsuccessful attempt^to descend the river test fell with a load of State^bound passeugers will long linger unpleaaaaly in^their memories, wss to hsve been sold si Bon^Homme, st suction, June 28th, having been uiable^to get tart her than that point.
Items.General Bee in and Mr. L. M.
Blackwere ia Washington City January 30 To^the former we sre indebted for the Globe of January^30, containing Mr. Cavanaugh's Haass exrlana-^tioo of the Montana election law. No further action
badbeen taken. It will appear in our next
Yesterday'smail brought as s letter for publication^from George Cockrell. recorder at the Salmon river^mines last year, snd now st the famous Clmniaron^mines. New Mexico. It is reliable and deprecatory.
Willappear next ismsHon. A. M. EsI.t, of
Argents,was in town yesterday- He reports the
furnaceIn full snd successful operationThe
Heraldrumor that tbe post is soon to be removed^to Helena has got into the Colorado papers- We^have dust that says the Herald would rather we
wouldnot goThe Frontier Index only gave tbe
twothousand Indian ^ raid as a rumor and rather
discrediteditNo word had been heard of Judd
apto a late boar teat night He has been tele^^graphed all over the country.
(FromSaturday's Tn Weekly)
rpapers notice the departure^of several companies for that re, arion and speak fa^^vorably of the new discovery, but pronounce the^stampede premature. The scene of excitement is^situated near South Pass, oa the lise of tbe old em^^igrant road, about one hundred and thirty miles^northeast of Fort Bridger, thirty miles from Fre-^sneaw's Peak, and about twenty miles from tbe^oe of the 1 nion Pacific Railroad. As^early as 1861 the attention of miners was directed^to the Wind River country, and some prospecting^done, hut not until last summer were say definite^discoveries made. Reports sow come in from that^region of tbe discovery of fabulously rich quartz^ledges, snd that miners sre making from 85 to 820^per day by the slow sad tedious process ef hand^^sorters. Gas correspondent states that placer^mines of great -extent sad richness hsve already^been dtocevered, snd twenty thousand men can^find proatable employment in working the placers^atone, aad ia conclusion ssya that their ''fertile^valleys are asw coiwsd with green grass nearly^knee deep.^ Alfeuagh we are quite willing to be^^lieve anything en sesasa, our people sre hardly^^green^ enoagb ts take in the ^grass^ report^There ia evidently a desire on the part of those al^^ready there to aaase a stampede from all parts of^the country to the Sweetwater, snd they will in^some measure succeed. Wa really hope our miners^will not rush off to this asw ^Eldorado^ until i^reliable information is received that tbe mines can^be made to pay, or until greater facilities sre of^^fered both ss regards tbe transportation of mining^materials aad passengers. There is time enough,^aadjwben. ss is st present tbe case, the prices of^living are exorbitant in the extreme snd there i^do facilities tor outside communication, it would be^impractical to credit mere rumor as fact and stam^^pede from our own rich mountains snd gulches,^which sre proven to be worthy of exertion, to seek^as uacertainty.
Acknowledgment.This office is
gratifiedto have the opportunity of acknowledging^Che reespttosj of as excellsai and generously pro^^portioned fruit cake from Mr. aad Mrs- Junius G.^Banders. Helena It was perhaps intended to sym^^bolize tbe honeymoon, ss ft wss about tbe apparent^ates of oar attendant satellite. We hope its dura^^tion to not typical of that period of bliss, for a 1 though^when it wss quartered all hands were fall, its ex-^toteace was rather limited. Believe us, ye who^have Joined hands for the remainder of Hfes jour^^ney, yea have countless blessing* from the counting^room to the satsnic department, andsiscartot wish-^as that when y oar heads are frosted ss tbs cake,^you may hsve tbe remembrance of s life ss sweat^and fruitful.
Again.The ^* temporary ^ is
tsaonncetbe arrival per last coach of the^jtor in-chief of the post, Who will hereafter con^^duct affairs ediuwial sad ^loeatorial.^ The Captain is^iooking hearty, aad expresses himself wall pleseed^with his visit sad the courtesies shown him during^his brief sojourn with oar Helena neighbors. For^The May favors shows as during his ahssnos, our^frtoads will please accept sax thanks.^Tunnel at Summit.^Col. F. C. Deim-
lingha* let the oootrsot for completing tbe tunnel^t^ tap The John How lode, to Messrs John Martin^aadFobu Gartner The tusasl to cow in 253 feet,^and it is estimated that in about 125 to 150 fret the^lad* will be reached. Tbs work feomiaeacss im^^mediately.
Impatient.The warm weather of
thepast ten dsys ia beginning to allure out miners^from their cabins and make them impatient for tbe^opening of spring. During a short ride dowa the^gulch, yesterday, we noticed several sluices run^^ning in Nevada district, and some farther dowa.^If this weather should lsst much longer, work ia^Alder will be generally resumed-
Reutknkd.His Excellency, the
Governor,returned on Saturday from Mill Creek,^where he has been sojourning a few days on busi^^ness aad pleasure.
Judicial.The United States Court
convenedyesterday in the new Court room, Chief^Justice Hosmer presiding. The first case on the^docket was the new trial of Hadzer, Ellis and Ew-^ing, indicted for the murder of Frank Hanna. Dis^^trict Attorney J. 8. Slater conducted the prosecu^^tion, and Messrs. Thoronghman, Davis and Wil^^liams for the defense. Over fifty jurors were called^before a jury was secured. The following are the^furors selected: O P Raymond, Geo p Dixon, c^Hill, Henry Jameson, Henry Scbultz. Daniel A^Strong, James Williams, c B Hauser, John Dean,^Frank Petehner, Hssry Mscham and Milton Fry.^a motion for separate trial was made by the de-^ferse but overruled by tbe bench, snd they will be^tried collectively. Tbe prosecution examined sev^^eral witnesses in the afternoon, aad it is thought^the case will be terminated this week. Quite a^large number of witnsssss are present from Sterling^sad more interest is manifested in tbe esse than at^tbe former trial
Items.From the Deer Lodge Inde^^pendent of February 15: There is aa Incipient^stampede from Butte City to Peterson and Booms-^ra ng gulches, near Boulder station. Quite a num^^ber have gone over with hand slotto....^Paddy^^Murphy has a brewery nearly completed st Bear-^town. Thomas A Mahler sre constructing another
atCable CityTbe Independent snd Hmraldhave
buriedtbs hatchetA Washington's Birthday
Ballwill be given by Capt. Howell and lady st the
CsbleCity Hotel to-morrow eveningThe total
taxescollected by the County Treasurer of Deer^lx^dge for the quarter ending February 3d was
83,88672Fivs men are in jail awaiting trial
formurderDistrict Court convenes the first
Mondayin AprilThe average tern para tore for
theweek, recorded on s ^north side^ thermometer,
was15 degrees above zero^Frank'- gets up an
excellentcondensed news column from the Territo-^ial papers.
Mild.Would it be extravagant to
saythat no part of the United States has enjoyed^more delightful weather than Montana for the pset^week t Bright sunshiny days, blue skies, soft,^wooing winds, snd the thermometer msrking 56^degrees shave zero in the shade st 3 p. m. yester^^day, with aa average temperature of 45 degrees for^the week. And this 5,481 feet above tbe level of^the sea, ia stormy February.
Thk Lecture.^The subject of the
Lectureto be delivered by Bishop D. 8. Tuttle at^Reception Hall oa Saturday evening will be^Washington and his Compatriot*.^ It is aa elo^^quent theme, highly appropriate to the object to^which the prat seas are to be devoted, sad we an^^ticipate a most rare rhetorical treat oa the assesses.^Virginia is proverbially liberal ia all public and^charitable enterprises, and we sre pleased to leant^that never have they responded more gsaerousl v or^witb greater unanimity than ia this Instance. Mon^^tana ^ tribute to the National Houses |ii isslsn te be^a large one.
TheIrwins.^Late papers state that
theIrwins. favorably remembered by Moarsnlsss^have fitted op s theatre st Cheyenne, sad sre giv^^ing drsssstic entertaiumeuts by this time.
Onthe Road Again.^J. D. Judd
brokejail (literally) about nine o'clock on ^burs^day evening and Is still at large. Witbourwish^ing to write him famous a circumstance B) evi^dontly-courts, we cannot still forbear the asertion^that we believe his deeds entitle him to tbe sputa^tion of tbe must daring desperado and accom fished^outlaw in tbe mountains. He is as despeste as^Boone Helm, as bold ss Dick Turpin sad is ele^^gant s penman ss Monroe Edwards ; large ioned,^strung, enduring, active, quick witted, cmning.^ready with expedient*, and fitted by every nvtural^qualification for a dashing life on tbe roej- la^1855, he belonged to a horse thieving bead be^twssa Crescent City, Csl-, sad Klamath, Oegon.^They can led on a good business until Judd killed^a man ssmed Rottenheim, wss tried, oon icted,^sentenced to be bona; and ^^^.nfined ia Cresceit City^jail. He broke eut | followed his career of rime ;^returned to Minnesota and followed the old trade ;^came to Montana with Certain Fisk in '66- itole a^few horses, was imprisoned st Deer Lodge ; broke;^stole s dozen more horses, snd s general vaiety of^everything that could travel or be hauled - ras re^arrested here and held for better security smiting^tbe April term of Court in Deer Lodsre. Ie has^talked brave sll the time, sad practiced thearts of^escape, on several occasions stealing knivs, etc.,^fastening his cell door so clone a cat could lardly^I pass unscathed, and then astonishing hisfellow^prisoners by quietly slipping through. TheSberiff^has several knives that were supplied him ^y out^^siders and taken from him. On Thursday seeing^all wars locked in their cells snd Judd wssleavily^irened. Sheriff BcCranor and tbe jailor arc ab^^sent from tbe jail r. short time, and Judd insroved^tbe opportunity. Some considerate frittd had^supplied him with a small file, a razor anda case^knife. With the former he bad filed his irostuklets^partially and then broke them. He then hocked^off tbe timber holding the iron gratings o'er the^door sad ctswled out into the prison ball. Still be^was inside. He examined the window (rating^and perhaps spoke to scoomplices outside Cau^^tioning the other prisoners, who feared lim too^much to give the alarm, he tried tbe ball aor. It^was fast. He next turned to the ceiling ^.' heavy^hewn timber- One had been partially shaidered^n by the carpenters to fit the upright suppoting tbe^roof. With the back edged case knife be awed off^tbe remainder, and one end of the timber Iropped^down, leaving a crack about eight inchs wide.^He bad prepared a little aack of flour and Is blan^^kets; passing tbem ap, he followed, and svore far-^riaoally during the quarter hour it require*him to^get through. He was now intbe loft. Passig over^^head he found the trap door and dropped brongh^into the outer hall. The door was bolted he was^still inside. Turning, he broke^kitt hen sod pryed up a window^free. No Jail in Montana will hold that ma. In a^few minutes after, Sheriff McCranor rrtured. tbe^alarm was given and information sent ia rery di^^rection. He has not been retaken. Hudreds of^people visited the jail yesterday It is oa of the^most remarkable vacapea on record, deBerately^planned and boldly executed. Judd is le worst^outlaw in Mod tana snd will not probably fe arrest^^ed again without s bard fight. We rathe admire^his pluck, but be is s dangerous man to he com^^munity. He left s letter ia his cell remsrable for^nothing save cool impudence, and which a^ post-^scripted with tbe date of bis departure. 1 has not^point enough to warrant publication:
ToWhom it May Concern,-Deem-
Ma duty, we give notice that hereafter I all agi^^tations of the Capital question we go for Brandon^City. Virginia has it, Helena, Deer Lodg and the^Three Forks want it, but it being a slippry thing,^like the slipper of Cinderella they will eentually^find it so where it properly belongs, to t^ elysian^fields of Braes'on. We moreover desirsit to be^distinctly understood that our position isot influ^^enced by selfish motives or ranch eggs, not with^^standing tha damaging circumstance thaby a res^^olution the incorporators of tbe city ofllrandon^in august council, deeded, signed, seale^ snd re^^corded in favor of ourselves, our possile ^heirs^and assigns forever^ snd ever, snd p rem ted tbe^documents for Lot No. 1, Block 30, wit several^apperteoanoes snd other valuable impsvements^in the city of Brandon, Montana. It is erectly in^front of the colossal Stste House with theEpbesian^dome. You can see our lot from the date. We^think it the most desirable corner lot in the city.^Responsible persons desiring to purchase aloable
Silestate will please apply at once. WStem H.^ward is ruled oat- He has not paid foi the test^two lota be purchased, and his Congresstoal guar^^dians make too much noise about a few fltry mil^^lions. Plat of tbe city on file st the ofite of n J^Davis, Recorder. Apply to Judge James*} Spratt,^Secretary, for interesting particulars. Bthe way,^a bill was introduced in the Montana Lf isiature,^two or three years since, making BrandoShe loca^^tion of the Capital, pessod the House unsimonsly^snd was oaly defeated by one vote in thCouncil.^Tbe bill was Bagged. Several memba of the^House of Representatives, we uJerstsnd,^have corner lets near oars. his in-^same good society. No other Inference hould be^drawn. Wells, Fargo a Co, hsve pi on s tri^^weekly line of coaches between Virgintotnd Bran^^don. Parties sre about erecting a fur ice there,^and declare they have the capital. Fufserdevel^opmeuts may be expected shortly, undbot times^are anticipated.
Captured.George Oliver, be man
whostole money, watch, clothing, ^s., to the^value of 8150. from Man yard'* ranch, an for whose^apprehension fifty dolters reward was dared, was^arrested by Charley Johnson, sn empires oa the^same ranch, on Wednesday evening, tor Morse's^store, Gallatin valley. The property sd money,^except some four dollars was recovers) He wes^tried before Theo. Muffley; ptead guiltyand in de^^fault of 81,000 bail was sent to jail toaswer at the^District court. Jsdgs Stafford informss of what^we heartily endorse, that he ia having pipared six^balls aad abates as rastialuis, sppenofes to oon-^victs who. under tbs provisions of tbe states, will^herafter be sentenced sad required to lahr daily for^tbe benefit of the city, county or Terriry, oa the^atieste ocetee where. Too sissy lazy, worth less,^hulks commit crimes, with, st tbe oftentet, s pro-^rpeotive thirty, sixty or ninety days loain the jail,^well fed, housed, lodged and cared foat aa ex^psoas of five or six dollars per day esb, drawn^from the pockets of hard working, boost men.^Compulsory, oat door labor, will do Swe to pre^^vent crime, with that class of men, fks all the^confinement sentences that ess be s} mi upon tbe
Highland.Mr. Wataoa, of Red
Mountsincity, (Highland) has received telegraphic^instructions from Professor G. C. Swallow, to at^once commence taking out timbers for the two^large mills to be shipped by the first boat for work^^ing on the Ballarat, Nevins and other leads. Prof.^Swallow procured pa terns of the most approved^pass, concentrators settlers, etc., manufactured in^Californis, forwarded them to St. Louis, and has^hsd the mills constructed to order. They will an^doubtedly be of the best quality for the thorough^redaction of the quartz. Tho company is small^but wealthy, and the Highland leads, one of which^has nearly a forty feet vein, and is extraordiuarly^rich, will be tested this summer - As was detailed^by our correspondent a few days ^ince. develop^^ment is preceding reduction, and we confidently be^lieve that Highland and Silver Star districts will^this summer give returns that will set eastern capi^tal wild after Montana quartz.
Washington's Birthday Ball.
Ofall the numerous balls given througaout tbe^Territory and the Union, test night, it ia not oar^province to speak, but of the one Kt Adelpbi Hall,^Nededa, we have the most flattering soeow.it. We^hsve it heard it designated ss the moat pleasant^assemblage Nevada has had this season, or ever be^^fore, and regret that tbe maltifarious dt.'ies of tbe^sanctum precluded our using the complimentary^ticket kindly sent us by the Management, snd join^ing tbe bust of good people who went down from Vir^^ginia The fact hss just presented itself to us at^midnight, that it would hsve been sppropos to^have devoted a portion of this morning's paper to^thoughts this day suggests, but as it was forgotten,^we recommend ss mors worthy than ws might^have said, tbe Lecture to be delivered b- Bishop^Tuttle this evening.
GoingAgain.^We acknowledge the
appearanceon our exchange list of No. 2 Vol. Lof^the ' Chronicle det Mauvaites Terr cm,^ published^in this city. From the local, editorial snd poetiosl^columns in this number, it appears to be devoted^to stirring up local ^sub roaas^ snd making itself^generally acceptable, as far as circumstances will^permit. ^Quirk, Gammon and Snap'' are reputed^editors, but it has a Junior Hosmeriaa flavor, snd is^the i'hcenix from the sshea of the Beaver Head^New* snd Monitor. Success to Lilliput.
Yours,Truly.^^ Rocky ^ Co.^ have
fittedup the ^Kiyus^ ia first class style. Ain't it^nearly Urns for ^Buck Beer^^^ He is very spirited.^So they use ^two bits^ on him. Oar thanks are^due for s sample of superior liquor snd cigars, snd^sn excellent accompanying cuke. Success to the^institution.
V.C. C^The assembly ball on Thurs^^day evening was limited in numbers. Why, is not^so apparent. The limitation of numbers did not ap^pear to have any effect upon the amount of pleasure^and the hours were danced gaily away until mid^^night
TheHadzer Ellis Ewing trial is pro^^gressing and will be closed to day. Seme torty-^five witnesses were examined. Prosecuting Alty.^Slater made his plea and was followed by Judge^Williams for tbe defease. Both efforts are highly^spoken of by those who were present. The ev r^dence U said to be strong against Hadzer
ticketsin tbe Grand Picture Lottery will pkase re.^port st once the numbers of tbeir tickets for regis^^tration to Major Boyce at Tootle, Leach A Co.'s^store, Masonic Temple. The drawing will take^place in a few days.
TheUraded Road.^Since the win^ter set in so roughly, travelers between this ami^Sterling are fully appreciating the advantages o^Messrs. Hedge A Boyd's graded road across tbe^range. Tbe old road is, at bast, si moat impassable^for laden teams, and in winter, still worse. The^new road is kept clear, a good grade, and is the^main dependence of travelers. Tbe gentlemen de^^serve credit for completing it before winter,
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FromProf. Aug. 8teitz, who reeeaUv^a trip to tbe celebrated Flint Creek nJ****^*^under ob igations for several :lsau jT*^^St. Lou'.* A Montana Mining Co^gaged in pushing forward work o,-,
GoodNews.^We learn from Mr.^Broadwater that sll of the Overland Mail parties^now out sre safe sad well, ssd sre only prevented^fro* returning by s wsnt of stock. There are now^some seven or eight sacks of mail mailer lying at^Fort Hswley, twelve miles shove the mouth of tbe^Muscleshell, which but swsfta the arrivsl of horses
tobe brought ia They sre totally without tbe flattering. Their mill has ere this^means of communication at that poet. A short time , and will be kept in permanent 01^ago a band of Assiaiboines passed on their way !^north sni captured all of the horses outside of tbe , works of Messrs^Fort, besides killing snd scalping s Frenchman^named Cham prey, who wss cutting wood bnt s^short distance from the stockade The road will^shortly be supr Med with stock and the back mail^may be expected in tbe course of s couple of^weeks.W.
pertywith indications that are in toe
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ture,if no unfavorable .evident sbonLl '^i. Rutnley a Co.l^V**^operation, and a large return i, coafffll'^pated from their first clean up Wsaa^'^cord that an accident of a serious tau^lr~^to Mr- R. s short time ago. it was^tempting to lift too heavy a weight- bt
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JFromeTuesday's Tri-Wekly.l^Jail Delivery.^Three prisoners,
nsmedNick Freyer, in quod for passing bogus dust,^Barnes, in for horse stealing, and John Leach, who^was held for trial for the shooting of tbe negro last^election day, broke jai I oa Friday nigbt lsst, be^^tween the hours of twelve snd one o'clock. They^bad evidently assistance from the outside, judging^from tbe manner in which the escape wss effected!^The room they sre confined in is ceiled over with
hesvyplsnking, pinned to the walls with one inch i wbicb penetrated tbe driver's seat^through nto tbe j pina, over which is s roof of _polea, covered with^r, snd Jdd wss earth to tbe depth of s foot. The roof of the cs!a-
ARough Trip.^Messrs. Broadwater
andCarroll arrived in our city on Saturday last^from an expedition to the mouth of the Musclcbell.^They started from Benton and traveled down tbe^Missouri river to tbe month of tbo nbrmer stream,^and from thence to this point. Tbe found no diffi^^culty in making tbe trip, as the weather was not^severely cold and they were not troubled by In^^diana They saw but three war parties,belonging^to tbe Bloods and Piegnns, wbo were after the Uroa^Ventres tbe latter having stolen some hundred^head of horses from them while in camp a short^distance fr^m Fort Beuton. Messrs B. and C.^made tbe trip in good time and look hale and^hearty after the long ioarney.
1'ntrue.^The rumor which was cur
renton our streets on Wednesdsy that two men bad^been shot and one hung at French Bar, was happily^unfounded. The rumor arose from tbe fact that^trouble wss aatlcipated in that section through the^action of cerinin patties who bad jumped some^ground belonging to tbe men wbo had first dis^^covered snd located tbe bar The tetter came in^to town a few days previously, and laid in a supply^of arms and amunition. and went back witb the in^^tention of resisting to the desth sny attempt to take^from them what they considered es tbeir just^rights. The Jinale may be another Cave gulch^affair.
GoodProspect.^Mr. Thomas panned
outof 100 pounds of decomposed quartz, from the^Granite Mountain lode, situated near the head of^Tucker gulch, 827.00 in coarse gold. Tbe quartz,^in this todgs is mixed witb plumbago, and is said^to be assy to be reduced snd saved. At tbe depth^of seventy feet, the lead shows s well defined vein^of ore three feet wide, nearly all of wbicb is of uni^^form richness. Arrangements have been made for^the erection of a substantial arastra to commence^operations in the spring, and lively times may be^looked for in that section when the season opens.
Lost- -There was lost between Helena
andVirginia, on the -10th ult., a black morocco^covered memorandum book, containing some vain-^liable papers, and s pair of gold sleeve buttons.^The finder will be suitably rewarded by returning^tbe some to the box office of tbe Theatre in He^^lena, or to tbe office of the Montana Post, Virginia^City.J. C. HMHt
Hartwella Jurgins' Flouring
MILL.Through tbs kind invitation of the proprie^^tors, in company with several other gentlemen, we^paid a brief visit to the above mill on Saturday last.^The mill is situated at tbe bead of tbe Prickly Pear^Caayon, distant from this city about twelve miles,^and in sn admirable location as regards tbe mill site^itself, as wail as with reference to the convenience^of the farmers, it being equi distant from both ends^of the valley. The erection of the mill was begun^early last fall, and it was completed aad put In^running order at a total cost of 82.5,000. Tbe build^^ing is 4o*s26 feet, three stories high and contains all^of the latest improvements used in that line, aad^with tbe requisite quality of wheat it will produce^as good a brand of flour as any eastern mill. Its^construction was under tbe superintendence of Mr.^K. It, Newell, tbe builder of the Missoula Mill, snd^others in Oregon and California- At present there^is but one run of stone, but tbe capacity of tbe buil^^ding is for three, and the water power is sufficient^to drive six. The mill is capable of turning one^hundred bushels of wheat into flour every twelve^hours, sad so far it has worked to the entire satis^^faction or all concerned. The wsat ef such an^enterprise has been felt in tbe Priokly Pear Valley^and the proprietors deserve credit for the energy^they have displayed in bringing it to a successful^completion. In addition to the flouring mill, tbe^proprietors have s ssw mill capable of sawing^12.000 feet of lumber per day which also adds to^the convenience of tbe settlers materially.
MoreHorse Stealing.^It is report^^ed that a large number of horses weie run off from^Eldorado Bar on Friday night lsst. ss also some^from Trinity gulch on Saturday. Benson's partv^of seven men, who started iu pursuit of the Indians^who stole nearly one hundred horses last week,^were compelled by an accident to return, after^having caught up within a abort distance of tbe^thieves. The party had been joined by seventeen^men from Fort Shaw, bnt st their first camp out Um^grass caught fire and burned up their saddles,^blankets and provisions and they were compelled^to return.
TheIndians^Protection for the
Road.The rumor brought to town on Saturday
nicrtifft\ tl,.. ^Wi( that. . _, .
thathe is rapidly recovering and win tZL^again. A great deal of activity preranV^opinp lead property in that neighborhail.^erable leads are being sunk upon nvT^^which will doubtless be satisfactorily^,,^course of a few more months. CableOk^to equal if not exceed Philiipsburg. Uttk 1^of population and richness of tbe let^A Knowlan's mill bad got iutotucee*.^and was -running steadily on ore frost tte*^Cable lode. It was the intentios to class *^time during tbe past week, when a lata.!^retort was counted upon. An active and r-^ti\e season's work, both in quartz and ^^iag, in the section of country lying to '^us, is confident! v looked forward te. i^lodea are as rich as they are represertcri I^getber with the new diaoover.es ia!^i^gulch diggings, there is no good n/'^should not be the most successful ^baa*^wbicii the Territory has yet had.
Ineffectual.After an e
searchingof the country to the west of u,^has been found of tbe escaped prisoners l 1^bablr that we have heard tbe last of taea^weat ter has been so extremely m04 for ts^^days thst they were enabled to put sots* ^'^bv'-veen themselves and justice.
Quietat thk Front.^The
excitementhas quite died away, and for^two or three day* we have had no rumort i,^ing bouses or ranches forcibly depopahttei^.^equine inhabitants. Toe coaches to asihm|^ton make tbeir regular tri-weekly trips at ^^^they always have done, snd matters and^hsve settled Into tbeir usual dull roatine
BoulderMines.^From a privattj
receivedfrom a friend resident in Boolean^we learn that tbe mines found there isskssr^fully as rich as represented. Should seek L^esse, s Isrge amount of geld will be added;^circulation.
CaptNick Wall, Gov: Pollinger and Mm^Clark. Conrad a Miller, returned to ]^Wednesday's couch.
1was presented the spectacular drama of the 1^I Spectre.^' ^;^^ on Wednesday a Bother^j piece, ^The Wept of the Wish-ton-Wisl
werapresented with admirable scenic and i^I feet, snd elicited abundant applause.
MlNOCof E- At the residence of the^father, Nevada, st us. m. of this day, (Feb. a^Bishop D. S. Tuttle, Mr. John h. Ming, of Vrri^city, M. T. to Miss Katie L. Cole, of Xevssiai^[St. Louis Republican and Denver papers ft*^copy.
Mr.Ming snd wife left by this morninf 's oat^for s six months tour in tbe States, when tbert^return sod make their home i a Montana. Mr.^is one of tbe pioneers of Montana, an energetic^highly successful business man,bat notcostssrl^winning- goldei. ric'jes he has deserted the rant^bachelorhood and secured that more precious tn^are, an accomplished snd estimable wife. W^i^echo the wishes of their hosts of friends in wUbi^them a delightful journey, snd s safe retm^Montana. Bon voyage.
Lettersremaining unclaimed in tbe Post Ol^V irgiuia City, Montana Territory, Feb. 22, l*^
tndersonWm^Amous t P^Allison a N
AllenMrs Jala Anderson A^Andersen Ole Altizer Da vie^Arnold Katie Armitsge Js
Bamhart Mrs P Ham hart Dan^B.odget Miss C Blackhurst Mi^Blake D W^Kritton 8 h^lirock C a^I.urns Win II
booseabuts on and within eighteen inches of tbs^level of the street, and tbe entrance was effected by^removing the dirt and pole* from the roof, tieing a^rope to one of tbe planks and pulling it open suffi^ciently to admit tbe passage of the men. There^were confined at the time some twelve or fourteen^prisoners, and it is somewhat singular that they all^did not escape, especially ss some of those remain^ing are implicated in the same transactions as those^who escaped. Tbey give as a reason thst they^kssw nothing of the occurrence until they were^awakened in the morning; in feet, slept in blissful^unconsciousness throughout the whole occurrence,^The story may do to tell tbe ^ marines,^ bat It doss^not receive credence from the officers of the jail.^There were two men sleeping in the jail office, but^they knew nothing of the circumstance and were not^awakened by tbe noise. Tbe escape v as not known^until six o'clock in the morning, when arrange^ments were made for a vigorous pursuit, but up to^s late bour on Saturday night no tidings had been^received of their recapture.
Theatrical.On Thursday and Fri
dayevenings lsst. Manager Langrishe presented to^our theatrical going community, the celebrated^play of the ^Ticket of Leave.^ Mr. Fauncefort^took tbe character of tb_- hero, Bob Brierlf, and we^most aay that he did not give a rendition that was^either commensurate with* his own abilities or^requisite to a true conception of tbe part; in tact,^done neither the one nor the other justice. The^Matter Moat ot Mr. MarMn wss s vivid contrast.^It was artistically gotten up, in the broadest sense^of the word, spU-ndidly acted, and his representa^^tion could be pronounced nothing less than a bril^^liant success on say stage. His part was about tbe^only one of the male characters which prevented^the piece from dragging, and on the second night^be right fully and truly earned the honor done him^by being called before the curtain at tbe conclusion-^of tbe piece. Tbe Hawkmkaw of Mr. Mortimer, snd^the Jim Dalton of Mr. Brown, were both passably^well done. Tbe latter gentleman appears of late^to infuse s little more life in his acting and an addi^^tion vigor would not be amiss, provided be eschews^the old conventional rant. Mrs. Langrishe as^Man Edwarde in some of the scenes was extremely^good, and acted throughout the piece as she does^in all of her characters, with a just conception of the^part. Mrs. FitzwiHiams ss Mr: WiUougkby^u*^use ber own language, parenthetically, ^as which^I am rare there be none better^^convulsed the^audience with her garrulity and her anxiety about^ber ^bieseei grandchild ^ The piece was well^mounted and tbe care taken to produce it with all^tbe stage effects reflects credit on Mr. Langrishe as^well ss his efficient sids, Messrs White, Shapter^aad Griffith.
Onit Again.^Tbe Blackfeet Indians
hsveinaugurated their yearly raid and are now^infesting tbe Benton road between Kennedy's roach^and Sun^ River. They have already killed one^man, (as mentioned in our test) and ran off nearly^one hundred bead of horses, besides soaring the^settlers generally, in that neighborhood. At^Kennedy's they made an unsuccessful attempt to^break open tbe stable belonging to Wells, Fargo^A Co. Two of the Company's drivers have been^compelled to exchange shots with the red skins^during the past week, but with what effect ia not^known. On Thursday's down trip to Benton they^fired st the driver on tbe second route, J. Caldwell,^wounding one of the mules, but doing no other^rl awing ti.
postscript.Midnight, Saturday. ^News has^Inst been received in this city to the effect that^Keaaedy's ranch wss burned on Friday night, and^that nothing was knows ef tbs whereabouts of tbe^family. A Mr. Wilson, of Trinity gulch, brought^in the news, snd states that it wss brought to tbs^gulch by some parties who had arrived Just as he^wss leaving. Tbe statement ia set geoerallv^etaaReJ. bm still it might be Vtv*
nightto the effect thst Kennedy's ranch hod been^attacked and burned, and th* inmate* either killed^or prisoners in the hands of the Indians, happily^turned out to be without foundation. Tbe fact that^the Indians have been creating disturbances along^a portion of the road between this point and Fort^Benton of a serious nature is sufficiently alarming^to give rise to all sorts of rumors. The coaches of^Wells, Fargo A Co. have received the attentions of^our red brothers to a considerable extent. The last^affectionate greeting was tendered on Sunday eve^^ning last to the down coach, a few miles beyond^the Dearborn. It came in the shape of a bullet,^d tbe driver's seat. Hereafter the^road no doubt will be safe, as will be seen from tbe^following cemmonicntion, which Mr. Gillespie has^kindly permitted us to copy :
fort SBAW, M. T., Feb 13. Ir36f^.^Dear 5*r|:^As the Indians have troubled your coaches between^Kennedy's and Tingley's several times. Major^Clinton, commanding officer of this post, has ordered^the mounted company (seventy men ) which I com^^mand to patrol the road between those points. We^will be on the road every day, a portion going up^and the other down, so that I hope we may pre^^vent any further depredations.
J-L. 8 fAFKOBD,^1st Lieut, com'd'g Mouuted Co.^R. T. Gillespie, Agent W^ F. a Co , Helens^M. T ~
CaliffF^Carr 8 v^Chinn Henrp^Cleveland F^Coleman Jos^Clark ii N
DavisW h^Duncan l
Blunth^Prown C J^llrandeberrv J^Burns Win h^G
CoxHiram^Cox J no^Cochran Mrs J
FanningJos^Fletcher C K^French M^43
GirardJos^Gibson J R^re foil J no
FarleyM^Flaherty Jno^Freese Fred
GamplerJ h^Goodrich 8 N b
BoundOver.^Dolores Harra and
JennieMortimer bad tbeir examination before^Justice Duke, on Monday, for an assault with in^^tent to kill Juanits Fcrrero. Jennie wss discharged^and Dolores was bound over in tbe sum of #500 to^await the action of the next grand jury. Consider^^able interest was manifested in tbe trial,and a large^audience was in attendance, but the evidence was^too voluminous to publish.
TheBiggest Thing Yet.^Bates
Trivits'twelvestamp mill, located in Silver Star^district, recently made tbeir first clean us from six^and a half doys run, and the retort amounted to^^7,500. The quartz yielded at the rate or Bl 40 to^the ton. Should this be true it is undoubtedly tbe^hirgest average yet made in the Territory, and Si 1 -^uer Star takes the broom.
Roland.Deputy U. S. Marshal John
Featherstun,arrived from Crow Creek, on Sunday^night last witb the prisoner Roland. At the ex^^amination, held at the above point, before Justices^Kirk wood snd Oilman, a large moss of evidence^was taken, and it was judged there was sufficient^to convict him for murder in tbe first degree. His^trial will take place at the next term of the District^'; 1st this city.
BoldAttempt.^The stable of Geo.
M.Finney was attempted to be broken open on^Sunday evening last, but tbe would be thieves be^^came alarmed and were frustrated in their desire to^gobble the gentleman's fast nags- It is thought that^the attempt was mode by some of the prisoneis wbo^recently broke tail.
NonEst.^Nothing has as yet been^beard of the individuals wbo broke jail oo Friday^nigbt lost. Every effort is being mode for their re^capture, and it is to be hoped that the authorities^will succeed.
StampedeConsiderable of a stam^^pede took place oa Tuesday and Wednesday lsst,^to s place on Seven Mile Creek, five or six miles^distant from this point. Prospects of foar cents to^tbe paa, and pay from the grass roots down is re^ported. Water can be easily obtained, and it ia^thought that tbe diggings may extend a distance of^two miles down tbe creek. The claims were sous^sll taken np. which wss s good thing for tbe re^^corder. We hear of s bar having been struck oa^tbe Missouri lately, which is reported to be very^extensive. We have received no farther particu^^lars except that it is about forty-five miles from^this point.
GotBack.^Messrs. Beidler and Bur
kinreturned oo Tuesday last from a said to Phil^^lips burg snd Cable City aad the intervening sec^^tion* of country. They, represent that the bird of^the genus A user is assuming a lofty attitude, snd^their informstiou is corroborative of tbs various re^^ports which reach us from that region. We may^note that they report tbe trail ovsr the Frenchwo^^man's cat off as beiag opes aad iu good traveling^condition, they hai teg came by that route from^Deet Lodge City to Helena in eight hours.
Ileaton W F^I lam G W^Herman Cbas^Holmes T H^Hull Sarah
KeltnerM^Kadigan Jas^Kimball O b
BozetGeo^Bryan Wr.^Bnffingtoj f
CadiganJt*^Chinn Mrs B^Conrow J M^Cowden Jno^Cambs E U
FergusJas^F let v. her Mrs Wi
GanglerF J^Gilroan F^Guion D
HamiltonJW b Ilarkness H B^Herbert JHarwood J W
HicksJosHinkle D S
HullJnoHyter J a
JohneodII 9 Johnson J H^aC
Keysse-l Kaboe P^Kingsbury s M Koosati MatUS
LumottJno^L.indiev J M^Lovett'C S^Me^McEvoy H^IH
MaharPat^Martin Jss^Ma z field L^Miner W M^I Murtey C C^If
NewmanL Neaton Wm^Nosbitt a Close
LearvJno^Lodne Geo h^Loveland M W
MartinJ b^Mayer e^MnntschicofT M^Miller Jno^Murray Jno
ParkerC W^Phelps C h^Pool l
RandallGeo^Riddle a l^Rowe J b^Root Fred^Russell Geo
Pilsburya W^Porter J
Rainvillea Co^Rhoi^^ W
LambertW P^Lpon R E^Low man J B
Ms* y Thos
ParsonsHannsk^Powell a J or I
RoganMiss MR Bobbins D W^Row s^Russell T V
RowsonII F^Russell Ed
SchnyderTSayers W J
SandersJas HReaders 8 L
ShepherdH HSbeltou Wm
ShieldsW RS.mj ton E L
StockingsM RSwett Wm C
TerrillC JTaylor Ed
ToogateWmThomas 8 8
TrappJ DTurner J T
uderwoodMary Underwood James^V
VanCleave Sam Vaikenburg 0 R^W
WakemanCbas Weston Wm J^Wade Jno WolkerW^Webb M M Walters A^Whitney Jos Wilson W b^Williams Capt J Wilcox a^Woods Wm Woodworth a^Woodworth J e
TabuelJZeigler Miss Emma
SmithH F^Schamaker M^Scbsbt Wni^Sin.psoa J^Spszo K^Stepbeask Byss^Stephens Slj*^Stone S [J B
ThompsonJ R^Thompson K^Tbeaton Geo
WorkDtC*^Werrin J 8^White J e^Wilson J 7.^Wood Wm^W'oolvertoa