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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - December 13, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                ihe Keoo Gazette Has the best Eastern and Coast Telegraph Report of any paper between San Francisco and Salt Lake. VOL. XXX. A look at the Gazette ill convince anyone of its superior excellence as a newspaper. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1890. NO. 63. A Nihilists the Accused Crime. of WRECK OF A RIVER STEAMER. Re-arrest of a California Murderer. Two Men Killed on the Beach, Near the Cliff House. The Irlnh Campaign. By Cable and Associated Press. 1 KII.KBNNY, Dec. 13. The committee appointed lui-t night to conduct the campaign of John Tope Hennessy, the nominee of the McCarthy faction for Parliament, held a meetiug to-day. Timothy Healy made an address, in which ho attacked Parnell for employ- ing inob violence to prevent the argu- ments of his opponents from reaching the em B of the people. He (Healy) and the late Biggnr knew facts in con- nection with the Kltham intrigue, and they should have strangled it when Captain O'Shua was nominated by Parnell to Parliament. Unfortunately it was allowed to grow. From the Tory point of view, Parnoll was the savior of the Tories, and Mrs. O'Shea was the Tories Joan d'Aro. DUBLIN, Dec. Valentine B. Dil- lon has written a letter to the Free- man's Journal stating that John Dillon and William O'Brien are still hopeful of eQecting a compromise with Parnell. Father Miuphy, parish priest of Kilmanagh, County Kilkenny, in a letter to the Freeman's Journal, re- monstrated against the clerical attacks made on Parnell. NKW YOJIK, Dec. 13. The Irish en- voys, William O'Brien, T. P. Gill and Timothy Harrington, sailed to-day for Europe. Halt for a Caoeclatloo of a Special to the GAZETTE.! SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. suit was begun in the United States Circuit Court in this city to-day by Charles W. Trotter and William F. Trotter of New York to annul the conveyance to the Amador Gold Mine Limited, an English corporation, for the property of the Amador Gold Mine, in which the complainants are stockholders. The bill of complaint alleges that Charles Edward Harrison and A. Basil Cochrane of London have obtained possession of the property, and through the representations of an agent sent to London, the treasurer of the company was induced to deliver a deed to the property, which has been placed in escrow by the Califor- nia company without the payment of in cash and one-fourth of the stock in the English company, which was the consideration agreed upon for a transfer of the property. The property in question is located in Amador county, this State, and is largely owned by Eastern capitalists, ex-Senator Wallace of Pennsylvania holding one-third, and the plaintiffs own one-flfth of Hie stock of the company. f 01 OF Several More Business Failures. LATEST mm FROM THE IffDHSS Itrar IJiusrd. By Cable and Associated Press.] LONDON, Dec. Walter Barttelot, brother of the late Major Bnrrtelot, writes the Times as follows: "All that Stanley has suid about me is un- true. Tt is also untrue that my bro- ther wrote me to prevent Troup from divulging anything, or that Stanley or bis officers warned me not to publish my brother's diaries. Bonny told me some, not all, of the tales but he at the same time told stories to the dis- credit of nearly every officer of the ex- pedition, including Stanley. The lat- ter'u book and all subsequent accusa- tions are full of irreconcilable contra- dictions and inconsistencies, largely made up of ecourings of camp gossip. Stanley has done thin to cover his own culpability." He incloses a letter from Lieutenant Bnert, testifying to Major Barttelot's indomitable energy mid courage. Lieu- tenant Baert says he was on the spot, but never heard of the accusations' Stanley has made. Special to the SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 13. A dispatch received to day from the Point iCeyes life saving station says while n boat's crew were engaged in hauling a boat upon the beach after practice, a heavy breaker overturned the boat, injuiing several hands, and Andrew Anderson and Fred Corsters died soon after- wards. ft. Roam. By Cable and Associated Press.) PARIS, Dec. 13. Anarchist De Le Bruyere has written a letter to the newspaper Le Clair, in which he states lie assisted Padewolsky the KuHsinn Pole suspected of being the murderer of General Seliverfkoff to make his from Paris lo South America. By Associated CAYL-COH Dec. Sylvester Monello, who killed Robert Hignera here in a drunken squabble in October last, but was afterwards discharged, wan rearrested to-day by the Sheriff at the instigation of the Grand Jury on the charge of murder. Burned. By Awocialed Press.] Pornmv.v.N Pec. 13. A fin- in the liusiut-HS section of the city early this morning destroyed several stores, causing a loss of about par- tially injured. 411 mtvrd. By Press. 1 BAYOU SABA Dec. Clerk Burgoyne this morning states that everybody aboard the City of Baton Rouge, which was sunk yesterday, were saved. Financial Belief Committee. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Dec. At a meet- ing of the Republican Senatorial Cau- cus Committee to-day to devise a scheme of financial relief, after dis- cussing the subject for an hour.'it was referred to a sub-committee composed of Senators Sherman, Allison, Al- drich, Plumb and Teller. This was done in the hope they could agree upon some definite project. Attorney-General Miller to-day re- turned to the President all the papers regarding the Columbian World's Fair, with the statement that they met all the legal requirements neces- sary for the Prewident's proclamation. The President to-day sent to the Senate the nomination of William O. Oiton for Probata Judge of Garfleld county, Utah. The Settlers 'Have a mish with Them. Skir- Ordnance Plant to be at Benicia. Located Their By Associated Press.] DETROIT, Dec. 13. At the last ses- sion of the American Federation of Traden this morning, it was decided to extend its influence for the appoint- ment of women factory inspectors, and organization of women. A resolution aiming at the sweating system in New- York and asking that a congressional committee be asked for to investigate it, was passed. Another, asking for a repeal of the conspiracy law of New York, was also passed. The Trades and Labor Council of California was suspended until the subordinate un- ions paid up their assessments. Found Murdered By Cable and Associated Press.] Moscow, Dec. Cartzofl', a member of the aristocracy, was lound deid in her residence in this city to- day. All evidence points to murder, and it is believed the crime was com- mitted by Nihilists, as nothing was stolen. Voulil Agree. By Associated Press. 1 PITTSBURO, Dec. execution for was to-day issued against the Pittsburg Lumber Company. The trouble grew out of a dispute among the parties and the application for the appointment of a receiver. K'Mot P. A. Chalfant, the editor and founder of the Inyo Register of Bishop, Inyo county, Cnl., arrived from there last night, and went westward on the midnight train. He was summoned an a witness to attend the new trial granted to W. TTC. Elliot, the slayer of John B. White, which is now in progress at Bakersfield, Cal. Mr, ChuUant reports that about 85 wit- nesses have been summoned from Inyo county, and they have gone by both the northern and southern routes, us suited their convenience. It is proving to be a celebrated case. cffbKCM NOTICES. CONGREGATIONAL to-niorrw at 11 A. M. Subject of ser- vice, "The Dangerous Sleep." At 7 p. M., ''Of What Should an Education Consist." Sunday School at p. M. Prayer Meeting on Wednesday evening. MKTHODIST T. P.- Bradshaw will preach in the Metho- dist Church to-morrow at 11 A. M. and at P. M. Class meeting and Sun- day bChool at the usual hours. and Juliet." The London Morning Post of June 18, 1890, pays: Miss Moore's "Juliet" possesses many personal attractions, and it can be suid that the lady real- izes Shakespeare's idea of this exqui- site hnroiue. Miss Moore is so essen- tially Shakespearian that she appears perfectly at homo in this difficult part which demands rare intellertual gifts. To appear at McKissick's Opera. Hnusri on the 15th inst. Secure seats at Hcdgkinson's drug store. Han KranelMO Meat The following are the rates for whole carcasses from Blaughterers to dealers !n San Francisco: quality, second qoal- 50: third quality, at for large anil tb for small. MUTTON-Qnotable at Quotable at oc ft. PORK Uve Hogs, on foot, gr Uve Hogs, light, grain dressed Hogs, ain fed tongreaitlonal Matters. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Dec. 13. This morn- ing the House passed the Senate bil providing that in open steam launche of ten tons or under one person ma; act in the double capacity of pilot anc engineer. In the House the Senate bill for the inspection of cattle and hogs and thi products thereof, which are subject to he Interstate Commerce law, was called up. Mills of Texas opposed its passage characterizing it as one of the rt-os remarkable measures ever presentee to Congress. Stockbridge of Maryland, iu advo- cating the measure, said its object was to give the people meats in a condi- tion for human food, and to take out of the market those meats having a tendency to cause disease among the consumers. The bill was referred to the Com- mittee on Agriculture. A resolution was reported calling on the Postmaster-General for informa- tion relative to the extent and the grounds for complaints of inefficient Postoffice service in Texas and other States. The House then went into Commit- tee of the Whole on private land claims. Representative Dockery of Missouri to-day appeared before the Committee on Rules and made a statement rela- tive to his resolution for an inquiry as to the allegation that elve Senators and fifteen Repiesentatives were par- ties to a silver pool prior to the passage of the Silver bill, through which pool profit was obtained. Dock- ery stated that he had no personal knowledge of the facts in the case. His resolution cited a statement made in a special Washington dispatch to the St. Louis Globe-Democrat, He thought the matter deserved invest! gat ion, and the committee took the subject under advisement. Messrs. Stevens and Appetson, the Washington correspondents of the St, Louis Globe- Democrat, were asked the names of the Senators and Repre- sentatives in the alleged pool, and the source of their information. They declined to give either, and the com- mittee took the matter under advise- ment, and will hold another meeting on Monday. The House committee investigating the charges made by Cooper of In- diana against the management of the Pension Office by Commissioner Raum resumed its inquiry this morning, after an interruption of over three months. Several officials were exam- ined, but nothing sensational was elicited. SENATE. Among the bills introduced and re- ferred were the following To establish a Record and Pension office in the War Department. To establish a Board for the ad- vancement of the merchant marine. Casey offered a resolution calling on the Secretary of Agriculture for infor- mation as to the progress made in the investigation for irrigation purposes under the Deficiency Act of the last sessieu. Senator Power to-day introduced an amendment to the bill to reduce the amount of United States bonds re- quired of the National Banks, so as to provide that whenever the notes are retired under the existing laws, and the National Banks shall aggregate it shall be the duty of the Secretary of the Treasury to purchase silver, bullion to the same amount, and to pay for the same with United States notes. The Senate resumed the considera- tion of the Election bill, Jones of Ar- kansas making an argument in oppo- sition to it. Vest presented a memorial from the National Bankruptcy Convention re- questing the passage of the Torrey Danfcruptcy bill. BualneM By Associated Press.] PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 13 H. Welsh of Welsh machinists, against whom an execu- tion was yesterday entered upon judg- ment for a note lor said late last night that the firm would prob- ably make an assignment to-duy. No statement of the assets and liabilities has been made, but tliey claimed a capital of jn their business. They exported hardware, wood, woodenware and machinery to all parts of the world. The firm made an assignment to-day. No statement Of trie liabilities or aeseta obtainable yet. NEW YORK, Dec. 10. A London dispatch this morning says: "A broker failed here to-day with heavy liabilities. He was a large trader in American railway securities." LONDON, Dec. Elliott, a Stock Exchange broker, failed to-day. The liabilities are considerable. Sev- eral jobbers in the American depart- ment of the market are reported to be involved. BOSTON, Dec. a meeting of the creditors of Whitten, Burdett. Young to-day the assignee made a statement showing the liabilities to be with assets at BALTIMORE, Dec. a meeting of the creditors of the Gainbrill Man- ufacturing Company (which failed yesterday for to-day it was shown that even if forced to sell at fifty cents on the dollar the amount realized will pay every dollar of the indebtedness. CHICAGO, Dec. Morrison ,f Allen Paint Company was closed by the Sheriff to-day on a confession of judgment aggregating over The liabilities are placed ut and the assets at an excess of that amount: Latent from tbe By Associated Press.] CHICAGO, Dec. dispatch from Pierre, S, D., confirms the report that the settlers had a fight with the In- dians on French Creek yesterday, three Indians were killed, but no whites. The report of a fight between the Indian's in the Bad Lunds is confirmed. Two Strike and party were victorious and left the Bed Lnnds for the Pine Agency. The chief sent to Gen- eral Brooke for help to capt-.irc Short Bull and his warriors, and fully thiee hundred warriors are now their way to "bring in all who remain in the iands. General Miles does not place any credence in UIP report of a Imttle be- tween the troops aud the Indians in the northwest. He had a telegram from Gonpral Brooke yesterday to the effect that a rumor that the Indians were fighting among themselves had reached the agency, but nothing fur- ther was received. A dispatch from Omaha says no battle occurred between the troops and the Indians near the Pine Ridge Agency, as reported. Sentenced to lie flanged. Special to GAZETTE.] SAN FRANCibco Dec. Van Reynegom to-day sentenced Taini Poi to be hanged at a date to be heronfter specified. The Chinaman is convicted of murdering Fung Hoy, in June 1889. The Supreme Court on nil appeal, sustained the verdict. KURMSHING GOODS, HATS BOOTS SHOKR. 1890. FALL AND WINTER. 1891 MY STOCK OF Mai's Pull and Winter li-tu, t-oiiRlfttliiKof ihe.Flneet and Me. dlmn GraddBoI and Boy's Clotliiog AND FURNISHING GOODS. FINE BEAVER OVERCOATS, Chinchilla and Kerseys. A largo assortment of Men's and Boys' Fine Wool and Merino Underwear. A lino line of Men's and Hoys' Wool and Cotton Socks Largest and boat line of I-I.A.TS In the Stato, also a fall line of JOHN li STETSON CO.'8 HATS. TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. Beniela Catches a Plum. Special to tlie GAZKTTE.J BENICIA Dec. peo- ple of Benicia are jubilant over the re- port from Washington that the ord- nance foundry will be located there, and the following telegram has been forwarded to Representative Mc- Kenna: "In behalf of our whole peo- ple, the Beniqia Board of Trade ten- ders to yourself, to Mr. Morrow and all who -bave assisted you in your good work for Benicia, our most cor- dial thanks. (Signed) John Lynch, President of the Board of Trade." the A VlMBelat Conference. By Associated PTCM.] NEW YORK, Dec. Secretary Windom is now holding a conference at the sub-Treasury with the leading financial and mercantile men of the city on the financial situation. A Conspirator ArrcwU'U. By Associated Press. I PHILADELPHIA, Dec. P. FyfFe, President of the Bank of Amer- .ca and Vice-President of the American Life Insurance Company, against whom a warrant was issued yesterday charging him with conspiracy with George F. Work and others to defraud .he depositors and others interested n the bank and insurance company, was arrested in this city this morning. The cashier has not been arrested yet. Cattle CrosalDg the I.Ine. By Associated Press.) OTTAWA Dec. Northwestern police are experiencing difficulty in preventing Montana cattle from entering Canadian territory in search of food. Over head are known to be in the Mill River region, and the police are busily engaged in driving them away from the Canadian quarantine district. It appears that Montana ranchers are short of fodder. Jfr'atal Boiler JGxplosloii. By Associated Press.l Bio RAPIDS, Dec. boiler of a saw-mill at Tibbetts Siding, explod- ed this morning, the engineer and two others were instantly killed and two more were probably fatally injured. Lost a Ill-other. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Dec. Secretary and Mrs. Noble left Washington for Columbus, Ohio, last night, obedient to a telegram announcing the death of the Secretaiy's brother. A Thick Malt Vein. By Associated Press.1 i KANAPOHS Dec. Royal Salt Company has struck salt here at a depth of C40 feet. The vein is 240 feet thick. A light rain is falling to-d.iy in northwestern part of California. Ex-Congressman John A. Ilk'staml died this morning at LancasU-r, 1'u., after ii long illness. Jo'ni D. Wnshburn, the newlv :tp- poinU'il American Minister to Switzer- land, tu-iliiy presented hisctcduntials Robert Sweeney, of Reservp Alli- ance, a man who sold (Train I lie farmers, is short iu his accounts over The Police have arrested a man in Port Hurrow, Mich., agreeing with the description of Tascott, the murder- er of millionaire Snell at Chicago. A Largo Assortment of Men's and Boys' Suspenders. Thj Finest Line of Men's French Kid and Buck Gloves In the s.uil a full line of Wool-Lined Gloves and Tie Finest Lite of Neclrar Battle Mountain, Ncv., Dec. 10, 1890, Mrs. C. K. native of Pennsylvania, aged 48 years. In Virginia City, Nevada, December t2th 1860, Miss Annie Maud Liddicoat, aged 17 years 10 months. HAVE YOU SEEN IT? We refer to the full and comprehensive ti oatiso on the Blood and skiv Whether you are sick or well, every home should have a copy. If you are well, it tells you how to keep so. If you are sick, it tells you how to regain your health. This valuable pamphlet will bo mail- ed free to applicants. THIS SWIFT SPECIFIC Co., ATLAS TA. QA -ALWAYS ON BOOTS AND SHOES AT IN KNULKSS DEFY COMPETITION. 'HK'ES THAT Custom Made Pants Always On Hand. IN BOYS'CLOTHING, Wo bave the assortment in all grades, run- ning in price from upwards. HtiitN tt> on HlinrteHt Country Orders will Receive Prompt Attention. JOHN SUNDERLAND, RICHARD HERZ, CHRONIC COUGH Now.' 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