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VOL.III.- NO. 125. ANACONDA, MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 8, 1892. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THEIRTRUCE IN SIGHT DavisHeirs Ready to Clasp Hands Over^tbe Banker's Millions. THEY ALL SAY IT'S A GO Ifthe Plan Work* They'll Pool^Their Sorrow, Stoo the Suits.^Take Council's Blessing and^Divide the Stuff. A.J.Davis,^testator,^A. Havis^contestants. Specialto tlio stiiiiil.tr^!. NiwViutK. I 111. 7. 'I ho contestants ot^tin' will ul' III . lute A. J. Havis of Butte^l^wiU forward to a s|ieedy settlement of the^contest. There issaid to l^o pructics.il) an^understanding bctwi-on Jolm A. Davis and^tlio claimants. M. J. Council of Hutte. who la bm with Hm bnare, laid tbe repre-^ecntativc of tlio St \mia kd at tho II.ill.mil^house ill tliis city to-niulit that tlio lieir*^liavo \ irtuall.v MNM la .1 dccibimi la settle^tlio contest out of court. Tlii'ifw'iiM no tiicding of tlio heirs in^tills ^ ity tieduy,^ i-.iiil Mr. I '011110II. ^and^as far as I know none of them are in Now^York exoopt 1 lioso w ho live horo. Most of^the oaslorn heirs, you Know.an- in Spring^^field. \s to tho liiisis of tin- pn^|tneiil sot-^tlcmont. I cannot toll yo 1 anything to-^night. It i^ not fully decided h|mh yet, bintho plan tha* wo have in mind is tin*^ilcrsnssl to lie satisfactory to all parlies^concerned. Wo now anticipate a ^|^oed.v settlementof all dlnVutty.'1 DothCalaajal Ingcr-nil and Lawy er Na-^thaniol Myers of No. l.'i Wall street, repre^^senting several of the contestants, de^^clined lo-du.v to talk of the mooting ru-^moii'd to have haan held hen\ Colonel^luyorsoll exptesMsl no surprise at tho re-^|Hirt that has Ih*cii current to the effect^that Thomas Jc(!^ i^;in Dav is, natural son^of A. I. Davis, had determined to contest^the v. ill eas:'011 his own account. A. J.^Dai is. tie colonel said, had never made a^\v ill in low a, the one 011 w hich 1'. .1. Davis^would content. He added that lie had un^^derstood thatT. 4. Davis had noon Isuight^out by the other conn .slants. W..I.Kengh. attorney for^jr., nephew of tin^said io-d..y that -lohn^is willing to settle with the^and that as between him. I lav is. and other^contestants, there was hut a slight difTer-^cnee as to the amount to lie paid. Tho^legatee, he said, had liecii in town several^days, but lie bad not lieeu able to locate^Mas* Mr. hough could not talk of the^terms under which a settlement would lie^made. The tormiii.ition of loyal proceed^^ings would, he said, lie a relief to eastern^parties interested, us the inconvenience of^.1 trial at Hutte would '^^^ very great. P.rwinDavis is very ill at his homo. No.^1.1 Madison avenue. The rumor is that,^by iicni'ini'iii. ho is to (jet an amount^equal to that to lie paid J. A. Davis. JOHNSHERMAN INTERVIEWED. Klllil Wonts lor Mis l.alf* I n 111 p. I 1110 Therrt'klileiitlal Outlook. Pmstit la., Jan. 7. Hon. John Sherman^is in the rit^ to-uiitht. en route lo Wash^^ington. HaaaM naaJw I* bated well in^the senatorial contest, Governor MeKin-^loy.ioiod wi.-olvin not inUTforing in the^tight. Coajoanalajg the presidential ipies- tiou.ho said that Secretary lilaiuuld hatethe nomination i| In- wanted it : lint^la* did not ilunl, hi* health would^permit him to Is* a candidate, us^a man should li' physically able lo^(ill the n quid UK Ills of the ollioe. Willi^HI.line out of tin w . ho thought Harrison^should lie the nominee. Senator I ailislc^^was the aaaajat man for the democrats^to nominate, as he more clearly nja^^si nteil the democratic principles. Palmer^was a good man. hut too old. Regarding^national legislation, he said tin free silver^lull would |iasH the houses, hut he vetoed^by ti e pnsident. The taiiff hill would^pass the hen.-c to he deb an d in tbe Ken-^Ma, CHARLEY GETS THERE. victimten Itrcaks the World's Kctoiil In^Type it 1 illng.^I.i-iQUI, Neli.. Jan. 7. Charles H. Mo-^Cnni n. reporter for the Ninth Michigan^judicial district, hroko the world's rceord^iii typewriting hero to-day. copying on a^Kcmiiigion m words a minute. aaMlo Itr a Trust. Ciikai.o.Jan. 7. I'lider instructionii^from the department of justice at Wash^^ington, I'lihcd HtatM District Attorney^Mili hrist has for Mime lime Ins n engaged^in Investigating t ho met hods and business^of the Western Distilling and Cattle Fead-^iug company, ooniinonly known as Whls-^ki ^ Trust, whoso headquarters are at^Paorkv HI. Complaint was ma le ihtt^the roni|iatiy is' really a trust. The^district attorney think-, he has enough ovi-^1I01100 again a tic^ eoinpau.v to warrant hen^ill l.i.vuig the matter before the grand^jury. Troublesomestrikers. S.N An t'ONKi. Texas. Jan. 7. Disorders^among the strikers on the San Antonio ^V^Aransas Pa - tailinatl at Yoktini are^threatened. Sheriff Ilule has bean there^for a week with 1- deputies. The ma^or ofYafcajn, wfao la nana la is- in n/aaantny wildth^' striker.-, lis a pi siini ed BJ apedaj^policemen (raw the ranks of the strikers.^Tlii . coming to the ktiowlnlgo of Judge^Kins of tho diatrtot court horo. hi* had U^additional dcpiitit s sent tliiire. failedon MkMajaMi^Coi t Mitt s. tlhio, Jan. 7. Senator Sln r-^n^.ill ivceivefl hundred' ^I 1 tilers during tin-inoi'iiiiig, who canal to 0stand ean^^gralulatlonaon tlio riBaoryna ^oa. Ho loftfar W.Islington ahoMI aaoM. l.\-(io\-^crnor t'orakoi- retutiiod to Ciiieuinati tins^aft.Tlio..11. In a convors.11 ion ho ex-^prcssi d himsolf grieved and disapiioiiitod^over the naH Co\ernor-Kleet awKwIa}^tiMik in mm ooiito-i. I'usiiiiigaM aTattu f'Kli'lin. J.ill. T. In spite of con-ldi :a-^blc wi atli- r. mote work has been done on^the world'- fair BMUnda dillillg the l^^t^HMMlUl than any pfecaduaj month. Tell millionfoot of luajhar attaja aaaj and naartya million and a half pounds of iron.^^Hie daily ton-oof in. cha::;'s and l.itsiroi s^averaged L'.I^S men und ^.SHW pieees of^oruauieutal stuff aire oast. INTHE HOUSE. Manymil* anil Itesolutiaa* Introduced^\est^rila)r. Wasiiim.ion, Jan. 7.^After slie appro-^priato reference of tlio various executive^communications, on motion of Springer il^was ordered that when die house ad*^journcd trxlay it he to meet on Monday^next. Thefollow nig I.ills were introduced and^referred: (Hunting pensions to Indian^w ar soldiers; for a survey of a ship canal^to connect laike trie and tho Ohio river:^to reduce |**.iago 011 fourth-clats matter. Ananti-option hill, di lining lard, and^imposing a tax on the manufacture ofouin-^isiiiud laid: proposing a constitutional^atnenilinent providing fora unifon.i law for^man lago and divone: fixing a mitiunuin^rate of |K iisti^us at t*^ a mouth; lo ei|iialiie^taxation and ini|Hiso an income tax : for^the free coinage of silver: for the iuiiHjsi-^tion of an income tax: for the prevention^of trusts; for the reclamation of arid^lauds; a resolution directing the committee^on judiciary to investigate and re|iort^whclhcrthe aet providing that gold and^silver liiillion brought tn tho mints for^coinage shall Is- coined for the lienis^tit of depositors, is still in force:^placing (tagging and ties on the free^list; to promote ix-ciprocity between the^l uited States and Mexico: llxing the^presidential term at six years: to prevent^the contraction of the currency and in-^crease the volume of eurrency: to estab^^lish a uniform :.y stem of bankruptcy : for^the issue of fractional silver certificates;^providing for congressional representation^from Ala.' ka: to place sulphuric acid, oil^of vitriol anil hintling twine on the free^list: directing the coiiiuiittc 011 puhlic^laiids to i 10plire w lu tlier any public lands havebaaa anajajaaniaj convoy^i to any railroad1 oin|siny ; providing that all^silver dollars hereafter coineil shall^contain one ounce iroy of putt; sil^^ver and for the free coinage thereof;^for the admission of New Mexico .1-a^state; for a more complete judiciary in^Indian territory: for the disposal of the^Cherokee outlet; for the transfer of the^revenue cutter serv ice from tlio treasury^lo the navy department; to prevent per^^sons from nemg forciil to labor on Sun^^days: to plai-c cai|H'iitcrs and hlack-^smiths'tools on the free list; for the BB^^point 1111 nt of a special lommittce to^gather and siihmit certain iiifiiriu.ition^touching I'nited States Isruds and other^mailers relating to the linum ud system of^thel'nitcd States; to lix freight rates on all^interstate rail roads : to regulate immigra^^tion: to reduce letter |sistuge; lo reduce^registration charges; to pension ofllcers^and employes of the 'life-saving service;^alsjish tonnage dues on American sinp-^ping: fora branch mint at Chicago; to^pn vent speculatioii in gold and silver^bullion; to prohibit national banks from^acting as agents of lo*.ory 1 on.panics. Hillswere also iutniduccd to rc|Kal the^^m'can mail stihsidy act: authorizing the^Mi li tary of the nav y to use a siilllcieut^numticrof vessels to convey to Russia all^U10 contributions made try eitiMns of tlie^I'nitcil States. A motion was entered to^r^^oonsidof the vote by w Inch the house lie* ided yesterday to indeliniti ly |sistpone^the senate joint resolution authorizing the^sccivtury of the navy to iranstsirt certain^eontrili'iiions to the BaWOTHJ p^^i ^I' Rus^^sia. RepresentativeKtdoe of Tennessee has^inttiMlueiil a hill amending paragraph |H^of the tariff law of Issl, as to provide that^lead ores and lead dross shall pay a duty^of *4 of a cent |ier pound, provided oi-es^containing silver and lead, in which the^silver is of greater value, shall I*^ eonsid-^ored silver ore and shall be admitted 111 '^of duty. Kcpreseutativo filch of New York in^^troduced .1 lull fixing the following rates^of duty : H.irlev. 10 cents Bar bushel;^Iwirlcy mnlt. it) cents per bushel; hops, -^cents per pound. KepresontativeNewberry of Illinois in-^troiliu ei] a hill authorizing the secretary^of w ar to detail for special duty ill connec^^tion w ith the world's fair, such officers as^arc miuired for the purpose. RepresentativePickler introduced a bill^conferring the privilege of free admission^to the world's fair of all who served in the^I'eion army or navy during the war. Abill introduced by Stewart of Tetias^requests the president to invito the gov^^ernment of Mexico to designate throe^commissioners to meet a like number des^^ignated by the president, to negotiate 11^reciprocity treaty between the two coun^^tries. RepresentativeStube of Maryland has^introduced a lesolutton re^|iiestiiig the presidentto lay before the house, any^di Unite. naaMaa information in Ubi jkis-^BBMBOn ^^f the state department, relative^to the famine 111 Russia, with recommen^^dation* far aetion a* within I lie power of^hm gov ci'tiuient. .RepresentativeCaldwell. iiilrodtice^l a^bill for the oroction of a monument to^William Henry Harrison at North Ik ml.^Ohla, Adjourned till Momlav. THESENATE. IVtllliins, Ittlls iitol Kr^iili|i|ons I're-^si nod A short **.^ ^ i. 111 Washington.Jan. 7. David II. Hill,^sounn 11 -eli 01 from New York, took the^rata Among the peiitions presented and^referred were Baraga! W relation to tho^lands of the Northern I'aeitie Railway^company: aWanl tiom tin Pl.11.ns state^BinJaJt in favor of an illeolin tax: |sipu-^lar voio tor elect ion of so 1 in mi s; rrae mail^delivery to fa 1 mil s: Inaaeovad water^\va.\i : free hinder twine and .-lu-onsl deal^^ing in options. Among the I ills iutns^dm oil and tefern d anaona In regulate^commerce Bafflnd on by loiegr.iph. tin^motion of ( ^k kn 11 he was ancuaal from^service on the committee on iiiimigration,^McPhcrsou from si-n iee on tin commit-^n o on tcrritorii's. Cohpiitt on interstate^commerce and Yoorlicei, on il lations with^Canada. 1,ml Hill was ap|s'iuied lo t|i^M.^plan s. (ionium was also cm iimiI from^serv iee on relations xx itli Canada and Col- I'.itt appointi-d in his b|m ^ - Theraaaaationa natnaad ineanjajnjf by^Mm gan instructing tin' commit tee on for^^eign relations to iui|uifa into th^ eoBaVtaNI^of the Nicaragua canal. ^ai taken up and^aim tide^i try instructing the 1 ouiniitte^ to InanaNjalso w iu^t aaaaunt of money ana .niiially!seu ox|s nd^d lor alt) pnr|s*^^.,^and what contracts or other obligations^have Itoeti made by the coiupaiiv. Allen^address) 11 the senate in support of the^Niearagua canal piigr-rt. Adjourned until^Monday, THETARIFF LAW. I*retlitcntHarrison to Issue ^ I'rocl.oim^tton Imposing Hut Irs uu Import*. Washington.Jan. 7. In view of the^provision of tlio re^ ipro,-ity scotion of the^tariff law, making it the duty of the pusi-^dent,Jitter Jan. I. Is*i.'. to suspend by pro^^clamation tin- flee admission of augars.^molasses, coffees, teas anil hides, against^such countries producing these articles.a*^after that date maintain duties on Ameri^^can agricultural and other products, which^lie may deem unequal and unreasonable,^the president has submitted 10 the attor^^ney genera I t lie quest ion whether lite law^authorized him to issue a pioelamation^fixing a future day when duties imposed^by virtue of the proclamation shall lake^effect. Theattorney general has given his^opinion to the effi-ot that duties must at^^tach and Is - collected on and after the da to^of the proclamation, and a future ilayran-^itol be named by the president, ttwing to^lids decision Secretary Hl.iine toilay-aeut^notes to tho diplomatie ie,n is. nutives ,.|^Austria-Hungary. ( olombta. Hayti.^Nicaragua, Honduras, and Spain for the^Philippine Islands,and Venezuela, inform^^ing MM that on the 1Mb of March I be^president would issue a pniel.ii'i moil, un^^less in the meantime some satisfactory re^^ciprocity arrangements arc made with the^countries named.declaring in view of the^agricultural and other products of tin^I'nited States, n eiprocity is line pial and^unreasonable, and against the countries^named ho would issue a proclamation sn^pending the prov imoiis of tho tariff law re^^lating to the fiio introduction into tlio^I'nited States of sugars, molasses, coffee,^tea and hides. 1 ho notice to Spain, ho. -^ever, only applies 10 tho I'hdlippinc^islailds. Negotiations with Krance ami^some other countries are al such stages^as, in the opinion ol the prci ident, war-^NMBl theaacretao of state in wtthholditig^notice to them ol tin- proel.i n.iiioii affect^^ing their pr.slueis. ARIZONAAND NEW MEXICO. BillsI'rnviiling for t onstitutlonal t on^xeallons May lie Introduced. Washington.Jan. 7. Representative^Washington, chairman of the committee^mi territories, savs the committee w ill an*^doiibtodly pii'pare bills containing en^^abling acts by which trtaona and New^Mi'xioo can hold e,^nv out ions to form a^constitution that may lie votidon by the^iioople at the ooiniug eleetion in Novem^^ber. Tbe bills w ill, ho says, in nil proba^^bility lie so framed that i lie territories,^after tlie constitutions are adopted by the^licuplc. may lie admitted by proclamation^of tlie president, so further action of iiui-^gress w ill Is- anncccssar;. . It is not likely,^he says, any new territory w ill lie admitted^in time to participate in the next presi^^dential election. Way*sod Mt'itns Cnmtntttee.^Wakiiim.to.n. Jan. 7. The wavs and^means and appropriations tynaeneitteei c4^the house clfoeiisl an organization tisilay.^The nppropi iation 1 omin'tli-u was at.tls^r^^i^ed to appoint a sirh-committoe and do^ferroil action on the ootisus detieicnoy U|s^propriation. reipiosied hy Siiis'iiuteiuh'tit^Porter. It is praelie.illy settled that the^rlistribul ion of appropi iat iett bills among^the several committees w ill remain as in^previous congresses. Reuti r Springer,^son of -the chairman of tbe way sand means^loiniiiittii'. siiois'eds J1M111 M. Carson en^chief clerk, and Alexander J. Jones, a Clu-^eago newspaper man, is appoiutnl assist-^anl elerk. tliltvon WimiI*. WAsmxi.roN, Jan. 7. Chairman^Springer of tin. ways and means com- I^luittee. has drafted a bill prov iding for tin^free admission of mails. The lull has not^y,-t been intnslucod in the house nor ap-^pmved by th^ majority of the waysand 1^means i onium too. It amends the tarifl^law of Oct. I, Is-'*', so that all wis.ls shall^be admitted free, all except ad valorem^ditties on woolen and worsted yarns,^cloths, shaw ls, knit lain ios, hi in'i ts. hats,^flannels and allot Ik rarticlea made mostly :^of wistl. to Is' wiped out, and it reduces !^ad valorem duties to M fmt cent, fmin 401^to fill, as provided in the Mehl.llev bill. Tol*rott*t-t the l.sliorer. Wasiiini.ton.Jan. 7. Mr. O'Neil ol '^Missouri tiwlay intnshiciil a bill for tin^enforcement of the eiglit-lioiu law in all^the depart incuts ol the govcruinent. urul^extending Its provisions 10 lahorcre under^government contracts; also, a bill prolub^iting the use of convict-made gisxls or ma^^terials in do|tnrtniouts, on public budd^^ings, or under contracts with Indians. I'eA'rr'sWonderful Hill. Wanvnaannaj,Jan. 7. aaaaaar PaSH^tvxlay iutriMluci'd a bill autiiorixing the^secretary of the treasury to issue tn-asitrv^notes to the amount of Jlan.iiil.iiti. il,.^notes to Is' loaned to the people of Indiana^on morigagos iip^.n their lands. Ill*i no All MI1-I1I. Wasiiim.ton,Jan. 7.^It is staled thi*^morning that Sii rotary HI line |a laalina^all right, but would reinainat home tiwlav^fortist. Ho sent woiil that be expei ted^tols'at the dopartmoui tt^-morrow. Fr Paean ituii.:ou^WvsiiiM.ioN. .hm. 7. Hills wore inn.,^ih.i i d in the house to-day for the aeantlon^of public buildings at Tacoma, Walla^Walln. S|*oi.ane and Scatth'. WaanV- and^Salt Lake. I 'tab. Ail101 ml linger* III.^WoeWllllH Jan. 7. Itear Admiral^Rogers of Ike I'nitnl States navy la dan^^gerously ill with heart trouble. It is sai l theieis no cliancc for bis ^very. -s ^ ^ Vrnolil - u noils.^Nrtr*nK. Ohio. Jan. 7. Miss fiaX'll Helllhoim Wiisls, only llallghtor of the lateMajor f.oiiefal Wondaof the I'nited^States at my ami nie**e of Ju*tieo UTootn^of the Clifted States supr* BM eourt. and^Kiigenc K. Arnold of \Va-;,i:.stoii, II. i .^were married to-day. TOLDBY AN AMERICAN Oneof tbe Baltimore's Sailor's Account^of the Chilian Outrage. PURSUEDBY AN INGRY MOB How the Riot That^Ho Much Trouhle^Abused bv Police. HasCaused Started tho' Vviik.io,Cat., Jan. 7. luvcstigntion^into the assault 011 tho Baltimore sailors^in Valparaiso began ibis morning at Mali'^Island in tlie presence of Judge Vilvocalo^(^e'M ral Iveini v. I nitixl Mate* HisMii t At^^torney (.ar'ou and I'nited States Commis^^sioner J. S. Haiiley. Homey eolldlletcd^the investigation. JolmW.Tull^ott,au apprentiec on the^Haltimorc. was the tlrst w itiic.-s. Me was^one ol the liberty party Septeiuls'r |ii. He^statnl C. W. Ivlgglli. one of those killed,^was w itli Mill during the alternisiu. Xlsiut^.1 o'clock they vvciit logi'ther into a silimu^eaJenfl the Shakesiware. in the southern^^Bit of town. '1 he proprietor ordernl^them out. lleel.ii ing that a mob of dts-^haudod sailors and soldiers wore pro|iar-^ing for an attaek on the Haliimore'.. men^mid be ^1i I not want any trouble^in his plait'. Riggiu and Talhott^laughed at the warning, but left tin- nlBOB^.Hid went to the True Hluc saloon. Ms.iit^4 o'clock, w hen coming out. I saw Ibggiu^Is'ing tlireatoui'd b^ Chilian sailors in^man-of-war BBjIaarnaa, I tan Mnm and^li inl to separate them. OmCMUbB si^ut^in niv fui'c ami 1 ksaakai him dan 11. In-^slnntly a crowd ol a hiiudtiil |w-'^ple a|s-^peared in the street and we sta. led lo run,^but soon jniiiiv.il on a passing cur. The^mob follow ul and stoned the c.o .mil we^wen-instantly siuroiiiidoil by tlie mob. I^saw Itiggin fall and tried to reach hint,^hut was stahlssl in the back and^turned lo run. After going a few^blocks^ I turned into a ihsirwuv.^and was again slabbed in the back.^1 got in. however, and gal into a i-m-nri^and defended myself with a chair. The^mob follow eil me, and a Chilian sailor in^lii.in-of-w,ir uniform stubbed me again.^The bartender dually put lln ui out and^barriearhil thed-s'r. The mob cl.uuoreil^outside for entrance. \fter an Beae a^Isilioornaii c line and took me to jail. Ib^^disguised me h) giv ing me a bat lor my^sudor cap. with the won! ^Ha Itimoii'.*' so^the mob would not notice I was .111 Ameri^^can sailor. The officer turned 11ver to isoother policemen, who struck me sev^^eral times, although I was m iking no rc-^sistiinee. I had 110 arms of ativ kind. I^was |^erfectly sobi'r. Aftera short tune in jail. I was sent to^the hospital with Hamilton. Patutoi ami^Davidson, all bidly hurt. We vvMi'kopt^fulir days and then sent to the ship, w here^i was in the hospital I 1 day ^. None except^American sailors were attacked by the^mob. Thocommission then t.sik a recess,^James M. Johnson.armorerof the Italic^more, was the next witness. Ho told a^story substantially as heretofore giv en 111^Chilian advices. %nInfernal Urn k. litm i*.. Jan. 7. Tho Crane JatRNaj pub Iif he* an *,ii 011 ul of the man nor in w Inch,^it is alleged, the ^accident^ to the czar's^train. Hctols r 17.1s*,. real Iv original) d.^The aei-oiint states that ntii- of the moil^employed 011 the train, supiiosod lohave^boon killetl in the aeenleni. aeeanad, lb'^was leeotitly arrestisl on suspicion of ls^-^ittg a nihilist and handed ovit to the po^^lite This youth, sine*. Ins arrest, has^confessed that ho placed an infernal^clock in the compartment next to the ini-^im-ri.il dining sahsin. aud fearing r would^explrsle too mmsu. turned il the w l ong way .^with the raanjl that it expl'm|o.| ui .1 ilovvit-^waul diicction. I'llHead 011 I lie slrrrl. NrwTOM, Jan. i. Anna lluiiigan. M^ye n', of ana, Ml d^ ad this cv ening on lln-^street within a few doors ol her home. '^before her Issly was lemovisl to In rap id- I utciitsb^ r tingiT^ wen' atrine*ed ^^f thus' valuablediamond rings, and .1 bracelet ,,\^gold ami enamel was torn from her nffflgl^by robliers. w ho 1 ushi d up ui her in pre^^tense of assisting hi'f. Mis. lluiiigan oc^^cupied room* at the Judsou wilbhorsou.^Charles W. lining.111. one ^f lln- prun ipal^peiformers 111 the Lillian RnBBI It ^ om|iany .^Mis. Humgati was a widow. Hi.- leaves^four sons, itiiee of w lo^iii are in Caltlor-^nia. The BaMw are lisikiug for the thn vi s. DUNN'SDEATH AVENGED. Tourof (he VI11 nt.- mm Party Krported^hi IP-.I Bf lleputle*. KansasC|TV. Jan. 7. A siieoixl to the^.tenenfl/ fnan Arkaloti, *avs; The deputv^sheriffs have |miitinllv avcngnl the death^of sheriff Iiiinn. It is not know 11 positively .^but it soems more than likely tlmt .is a re^^sult of the attempt of tlio deputies to^liring the slavers of the sli riff to Justice,^and ton e an expiation of the murder,^four outlaws wen killed this abet-^noon. A courier arrived hen1 at^Bona, just in from the south line^of the state. He ro|^ort* a running^coutliet Ikotwecu Hoomg dosprraihs-s and^nn armed posse o| put .hits. Two wagon^loads of moil w ho e*ca|ie.l 111 the gulch^south of Spruiglleld wen' ihsooven-d.^They saw the pursuers at alsnit the same^moment, and then mmmeaeai a life and^ik nli race. Korl^mdcs the two pallu-^wen- not within bring distance, but just^Is'fore dusk lh^' pursuing party e.in.e^within loss than .1 nuarter of a^mile of the de*|mt.id.m-s. ami^hung commenced. \ running light^was kept up on the lev ol plain for a dis^^tance of four miles, follow ing one faeaV^ado. four men wen* seen lo tumble from^their seats in the wagon*. It could not an^ascertained w In t her they were kill.il or^wounded. The pursuuis' party, finding^their jaded horses could not carry them^further. made n dolour of sonic^half mile to .1 run h whore tln-v^pi-ooured fresh horses and the race was re^^sumed. The courier started Iwn k fnun^that isiint. He snv* the pursuing party,^nuuilNrt nig 14 men. would bjlow the des^^pot.nine* into 1 ho low laud if n.i-essary^and bring them hai k d- ol or alive. An-^other eourier Is honrlv expected, and with^hun now s of a Kittle in w hich one side or^tin' other sustained *oi 10'i. lo.* of hfe. itwas learned lo-day the party killing^11111111 was uiaih'up of details ftiaii tla'^counties of Stewanl. Stevens, (.rant. Mor^^ton .tod Haskell, Threats have Is-en 11 utile^ill each of thee flv.-countle . that, 111 case^Judge |t^itkin attempts to hold court in^cither, ho w ill Is- V illnl. and the threats^came from men know u to Is' des|ierate.^A re|N'titioti of tho mi nr. in tin* county is^fearnl lit each of die other counties. Thismorning a young man 11 mini Kstes^was ariestiil by tnsip*. It e-alleged he t*^one of the party that attacked Dajan* Hue^com 1 sally of militia is now at Springfield,^aw ait iug the pleasun- of Judge Ikitkiti. to^assist ill the opening ol lln' eollll. and III^the meantime aiding the deputv herills^in making .11 rests of tho nu n engaged 111^the battle. Those urrc Is am hut the lic-^gmuing of auothoi tmiiblo mil .intieipai. .1.^All warrants weie returnable to the just ice^of the BBBCe of this place. It is alleged^that il the BBeJltnill.il) examinatioiis are^I1eld.1l Spimglleld the piiMiuers will Is^^released. Theprisoners wore all brought lo Arka-^lon. The jail is at Sptingtield. so the pris^^oners well' held in the \ no.tut store riMim^m w I lie 11 tin* tnsvps b.irrackiil. Tsunion' prisoiiein,c. s. \11do -..tI J. J. Uea-'fa werebnMightIn this aflerttfstu. As one of^toal.iy ^s prisotioi s is chai rm.111 of I ho Is sin I^of county commisi loner* and isalsoa lead^^ing alliance man. and all prisoners^biloiig In tho alliance, grave fears an'^I. lib. \djul.uit CUttMBj RoIstis and the^people bote that a n'seue will be at -^lenipteil. tu attack bv -to or to well annul^and detei niiuc-l men could n-suli only one^way . tlo* n-le.tso of the pn.*ono rs anil |s^sihb bhs-dsheil. The situation is alarm^^ing. If Judge It.itU111 bad oponed eiairt^whin In* should have iloiie yeeterday, a^p.111 of tho force at Springfield could have^Is on scut hero to reinfaeM the^prison guards. It is evident some one^is committing a serious blunder that m.-ty^have a dlsaslloli . ^ udlllg. Colonel Ivors lis isconsidering the adv inability of ordering^another oolupaliy. so as to have mi fit -^ciont pintii-tion in ease of an attack, lb*^w ill ptolsihly do so to-morrow , as he h*s^authority fntni tin- governor. It was ncc- es.-.trylo-d.iv to get out of the county , two SCHEMINGFOR WATER Plansfor Raking Montana Deserts^Blossom as the Rose. WORKOF THH CONVENTION Speechesand Mosolution** Indica^^tive of the Best Thought Upon^tho Suhlect of Irri^^gation. Insnppoi-l ul fotrrs.^M'lN 1 V hit . Movieo. Jan. 7. Copies at I eiioular.alleejetl to hnve boon leaned hy^^dro clerical Bat lv in sitppoiI.ol lln-I, 11/ 1 uprising,is m the hatld* of the feiteral I'overuinoiit.atul slips will at once tu^^rn ken to fen el out the li aih 1 ^ m this com^^ piracy . The a'ithoi*hip ol tl i* 1 n^ ul u^1* geriernlly altrtbuied to An bin. hep Iks-.t^^1 this di * oso. HeavySnow storm*.^HiKtiN. Jin. 7. Railway traffle and^shipping an-interrupted by tin- .now storm thathas peera*eed aiazeTaeertaj nigiu. Thetelegraph and telephoii. *ysteui .11^gn ally nut^ clc.L forMunlerlng Hi* Wife. OlTAWy. Jan. 7. \jmt ^ . Lain lie. son of^the kite Captain Lsabolle, ett-memher of^lutrliautent of Nbnitii al. w as arrested ^^a charge uf uiunlering Ins wife. Ksirson lasntnet r'lalgkl Cwcano,J.111. 7. The Alton tosdnt Botk^lied Chatrmtu Midget} of tho MTontara^I ii'ight ass.M'iation that it w ill intmedl itt lv pillitlto efflit pmi'oi''loll lie rates on I til- curt freight airiviug at Ikiltimoie and New|srt News, from Keel si. Lenta to KansasCity , tin obj rl being lo mo. 1 the^tsianajatiUon hy waj of New Orionne. i- ^s - - ^ ^ BaJlenai'l utns. ClIlf'Ai.'i.1 111. 7. Chairman lllalu liaid^1 is railed .1 freight u net mgot tan Central Ir.illi*'a -sis'iatloii to Is- bold Tic ntnt^unlit. Among the important matters to^li^ coiisideiisl an-: through InmBer rstfsf^I'oiii Pa.-ill' coast pnitl ^- and tin- practice^' I the stoppag ' of grain in 11.111*11. Mr)1..mil. Urn lint. llAI.1tviiiKI. Jan. 7 N. al A S dry S'MMls.have assigned tor tin- tiem-tn of^^lieir cnibtor*. The lirni is one ol tin (largest in tin do |oede ttnde doing bank^I tteeaae a^attimore, it is eetlnmled III '^^ i^ liabilities will earned ^1 while^n.e assets will bid ehnrt *:'^ '^^'. 1.i ^ .^Isanti Takes a tisuit. BflBUS, Jan. 7. Pndess ir iv^ l^ BM o 1:1lull r |S1 lllic ii* ol 1 i' 1 ^ 1 1 I so illlls .milthe incthisls pursu'ii hy Iss n.is^I'loiffer and f anon and established the^nl' ntity of th' ir results. detectiv cs w ho. an iiiemtK-rs of the alb-^anco. Iss-anio memlsTs of tin- vigilance^organization that killeil llunii. Their^lives ale worth hut little, asthevhave^given iiiformaiion that loads to the whole^^sale issuing of warrants. Hy morning bothw ill I^' iii places of safely. Ss1 mmWeill There. Hnsmv,Jan. 7. The annual hauipiet of^the H'cton Men bants' association was^hold this evening. Secretary Hisine was^I cx|s^ctcd. but was unable to Is' pn-scut. Theguest* heanl ' p^ il he . 011 reetpnM'itv ]with South Africa fnun representatives of^1 Vein znela. Mexi'o and this government,^i r\-l'o*tma*tor Coneral Jauu-* discussed^1 needed reforms in tin* BBBtal s^'rvice, say-^ing that with the en atlon ol a p-sstal sav^^ings hank the system will ls'|s'rfeet. Th*'^1 s|s'ak' rtniii rccipns'ity all i*^iutcd out Mi.^nlv.images that would accrue to Kith thencountries and the Piiiied states fn^m re ipiiHTty tn-atios and Iio|miI Mai same jwould is- adaatad. Alllsni o I on I ml inn.^M1 x si vi'i u I*. Jan. 7. Tho entire div^was epeajt by tin* atl'-itn-o cnuvoniniu 011^ptntfoi tii. 'I he platform as adupml en^^dorse-, the demands of the Si. I. .in ami^i lea la coltvt iii ion* . sllhinlssiou of piohibl- 1ion to 1 sipul.ii .oie . dc 1 canil* 1 In- .Is.litnut^; of railway imsscs; unUnttted eotaana af^1 silver: reoo:ji|ires ihe bayeottdeetared lo dieK nighi - 1^ IjiIsii and National a I ha in 1^. ngaltl*t the Ihs'liei tor. N. Y., 1 lotions' ' x-^chaitge, uini il*'nouio*es ruilnsids and inw spajs r* on tin- suletreasiiry ipn11. Tie Humility rc|sirt of the eommittce^against the plan rn-i-iv ill M \ ot, *. v. hil '^, tin icpoit iii lavorof ihe plan tee, bred 1'^- ^ a Bene!la hi* keoonxnez* tlsjMtv.Jan. 7. A RantBSM Neb.,^-petal says: It sn* discovt-iid tositn)^that ^ ount) Tre.is-in-r Paul 1- si:,.11 ,* ^_.-^i^^'. He s,evs he d.s s not ki.i.vv wi n Ih -^1 .1111^ of the iin.mv. excp* ^|i./ni |..*i by^the failure of lln i .ly National Iviuk.^Paid has al v iv i Isune a g.ssl rcpll'.llloll.^and his friends w ill help tliin out. Priceol llronHis.^till. '^^!..I.n.r. licpii-si mat .v. , of the^National Organ ' ^ i^T of H.n .iu ma 1111 raetttiatalesd 1) amnaiaiad an adeaMa of 1outs |s-r dozen, 'o take effect iimuodi-^Htely . Bsasieeiii- K.'pntt. MiUiti1 . \la.. Ian. i.I In' 11 port ^f the lynchingof N.-al Kimsami others near WtniutokHill is deniedby the sheriff of^tt'aj ne county. '[- 1' la t.ie stanifir.l. lit1 r x v. Jam 7. A surprisingly larg*^number of delegates wi re present in Elee-^trto hall wln-n the tirst irrigation eongress^of Montana wa*ealhil to order to-day hv^'! cMi|s^iury Chairman S. G. Hauser of^Helena. i If the VM delegates appointed^fully lln wire present. This included^Uuikers, merchants, ranchmen and ditch^owners, and those interested in the siils-^|Mt of irrigation. linageA. Gregory of Manhattan. Galla^^tin county. lananaaaabaj one of the largest irrigationenterprises in the state, was a delegate. itvv ing to the failure to call ihe roll, the^list of those present were not lo he had.^Hr. Mussiglirod ol Warm Springs. W. \.^ClarV and Gi orge W. Ir\ ine of Hutte wcio^prominent west *idc delegates. 'IhetemiMirarv organization was ef-^bitfd.witli ,x-^ioveriior Hattser. presi^^dent, and George W. Irvine, secretary,^l ieutenant Governor Rickards welcomed^the delegates 011 Isrhalf of the state in the^absence of the governor. He made a^brief but pleasing addn ss, referring to^tin- iiti|torlaiie^* of irrigation and the prom^^ise of good n'sidts that would follow the^reclamation of and lands. MayorKleuschmidt welcomed the dele^^gate* m Is'half of the city of Helena. Com-^luittees nn permanent organization, reso^^lutions and credentials were appointed,^one delegate fnun each county- serving on^each of the committees. After recess^tlo- committees n-|svrtiil on iiermaiient^organization with Hon. S. T.^Mauser president. The n-port was unani^^mously adopted. Governor Hauser^briefly th.uiktd the convention for^the honor, and said the subject of irri^^gation was gaining in importance and^should ni civ ^ greater attention. He par^^ticular l\ n-fi'mil to the m-cessity of a con- ^^ee .sion ^f lln- arid land* 10 ihe state from^the general gov. rmnent. G.W. Irv 1110 was called upon. He out^^lined the tihjerts of the convention and^dwelt fnicihly ii|mvii Ihe necessity of the^stale's hav ing control of the reclamation^of the ind lands, and also belie*cd it right^and pr^|MT that the forests should also he^under tin* eontrol of the state govern^^ment*. Ihe Hist discussion of the ev ening anise^win 11 the following resolution v as intnv^dnaed by Oat, A. C. Hotkiu of this city: /,',,..'r. .'. riia! it 1*11list- ..f Iftl* ' 'i|l*r-'-s thatreservi.u*. imiisIs.ihi- lies ami ivrhsr* work* ntirrtaaMea, la sees nadi pott.-y is psrm.tteii t^v 11n*litiitioii. Is* laxeit. not on the oust of tho spnrslse.1vsliialnHi. hul itji'ti th.* lisnaif .111^DiisU) il'TivisI front thesaie ^f wjler. Considerablediscussion followed this^n-sohition and it was filially n'port.sf to^a committee. The following resolution,^wore iutnslucail bv Kx-M.tyor Htadfortl of^tin- oily : \\11 kFtF vs. Montana 1 ont.Uns !M.T4!t..i^t^iTes.^st.mi.issi s. res 1 .inipn.s our t inges, and inter^vpcrsul Willi tin* .110 ^i.'O'.'oi u ri's of farming^latnl*. and Wnmrts.It 1* f.ttr t^ a**mne iv.nrm.niins.reH^tn he the srea suhjeet tn all practical uses for^In i**iion 1 ..nn.mi a. ios w.,ier*h| ini'sn* 1 ..^isst.ntsi additional rural j*.^|^'il.stn^ it. i 'ansNfor i.-^iss'.isnifiopulaf oin tiioan* U^t sloue Irrtgatlnti. hut^il.'in in t* for w it.'i pisor. for msniif.v't iri^*.^water for houses, for cities ami village*. i'OD^e^^tu*-|itl^ easnafM 111 tin* light nf ex^^perience of tn^ nrit ries of Kurnpe. ofI ;vpt, slid of India, that ham^In a measure overcome the nTfll-^ciiitls lu pro|*sr illslrihiitloa of water, a law aa-^11. i|i.itiu^ tin'tn-e.l of ro*ervoirs. cities ia every^I.-.il'fv p.ss.'*,in; urig dilo Units tn prevent^neeupeei'y and ultimately euutrgoit nut-^lay and appropriation, a law that will^place under Hie control of tin |*^nplenf each ills-^i net or it: .11 na ^^^ mi. a ^ iter supply, snd will^reitiics the cost to a minimum that w ill prerenl^^ lis.'iimiiistioii .1 * Ivetw-eeii all land hoMer* WHKHIA*.The c,iD*tltilt|oa^l life of the^legtsliture Mill not 1 ..-rm ^ of au investigation or^s research t hat the Importance of the subject itottutni*.Taareieea t*e it /,-.^^ c../. Ily the convention coo^ntttUtlBe, r'T'tesi iitattou from the seTeral^eaunttei el the state, that a^, iiniiuttee nf one from e.uTi county he appolnteil^I li\ the president of the onlivetltlntl w ith power lo^1 prepare a Pill ami BBfBBBt to the uevt legtsU-^I lure, which shall emlsslt the following general^1 nsfate, to s it Therrestlon of., state tnUitlnic snd ttnmi-^grilkm coinmlssinii. wl..ch shall 0- appointed^hy the governor, together ^it It :s state engineer^I slildi shall h.ivc pis.-r. Iliereny. the .late en-^1 glne-r t^ divnle ihe .tat-, into districts^aeiitrdlng to national slopes 10 prepare plans forthe cou*tru^ tion of th c**arv ctnals snd le.civ.ir* r other work* .,f any district.lo have^sol ^ control of coii.troctlou. to cause the otgant-^zslioti of snv such districts hy the 11 hs t|.-li I'V tlie |.--'.tl tutors of such^I ih.trtct of hts It ii*le*'*. w ho .hall exercise the^1 ^ ..'ilinl of such . an.'I*, resei out* or other works ntlereeaetrtH'tioii.ts.is'tsoiiit* of such distrusts^tereanstnict m. lew tavo* an.I otherwise pro-^vi.Ie -ink uu fuu.l. int.-test unit ie|i^,.rs. subfeet^I in all case, l-i I ic las* or tlie .tale. Mr.Hradb.nl followetl with a strong^apeceh Vu adjournment was taken. Tlie^c-i.iiutiitii'on ii'sohttiou- -I - ide.I to n'fer^i all ll sollltioils t 1 the eollV ^III loll for dis-^e. 1**1011 111 committee of the wind*'.^i (Ulcers are as follows: r'or president,^1 S. T. Haunt : vice-president. Gtstrge W. IrvHi^: *.i'ii'i.trv. K.C. Ingot-soil,Cam-ade,^j and G orge H. ( .1 sidy . Hutte. To\rraiige a Match. Niwi litl.t is-, Jail. 7. Captain Will^^iams loft hen last night for Now York via^Ch.cag.t w ith iitstruet ion* to ofTer a purse^of ^M-JMBtorn glare contest to .^ finish ae^^la een ( oris 11 and Maher. Slav ill and Corp.^I Is it, Slav in 11.d Mahor. eg Ch.^ ttski and^etlierof tin' alsive named. Is'fore tlie^t Hy uipic ^ tub in March. AreNot tor liars*. StxA\ 1.ix .Ian. 7. A train of |iack antam a al neata f.tr service against^li.in 1 1 in ^ veil here Irom Port Rus.^sell, W)o. ill' will leave on ,1 -;.. s i.sl trainthis morning for Port Mcintosh. WillHot at Warm tspttags. sT-ectalto the staiiiUrd. Bozfwax. Jail. 7. In the district court^to-day to'orge Thoitias. agul arsttu ^g^v cats, was adiudgiil insane. He w ill be^taken to Warm Springs lo-inorTow.