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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - December 16, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                ito tono tiuotto Has the Eastern and Coast Telegraph Beport- of any paper between San Francisco end Salt Lake. A Look at Urc Gazette Will convince anyone of ita superior excellence as a newspaper VOL. XXX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY; NJEVADA, TUESDAY, DECEMBEK 16, SITTING BULL KILLED And the Settlers are Greatly Excited; AWTHEIt MXK FAIL'S THROUGH The Attack fV.cCarthyites. the The DlggerM Dancing. Special Cmco Dec. Indians of the rancherieH near Chico have commenced the measiah or ghost dance, Kemnants of all the tribes still in Uutte county are participating. j A dance is held'each year about Jan- nary, but was hastened this year by a strange Indian who came in from Ne- vada and told the tribeH here that t'noii lirethren in the East were dauc- ing-und that the messiah would surely j come. Some three hundred partici- pants dance. i "Warm Contest on Sen ators Expected. CAPT. O'SHEA TO THE FRONT. And Rocolvo the "Worst the Bargraiu. of Hitting Hull and Moil Killed. By Associated Press.1 Ciiii'.uio, Dec. o'clock to- night Assistant Adjutant General Cor- bin of General Miles' staff received an official dispatch from St. Paul saying that Sitting Hull mid five of his men, and i even ol tho Indian police had been killed in a fight to-day follow- ing an tittumpt by the police to arrest Sitting Bull. CHICAGO, Dec. to noon to- day no further news had Ixjen received at army headquarters regarding the situation in the northwest. Speaking of the death of Sitting Bull, Adjutant General Corbln said to an Associated 1'resH reporter that it was most prob- ably thf beginning of the end of thu trouble. He said that as Sitting Bull was dead, the Indians who had treat faith in him as a medicine man would eomo in to tho agency within the next two or three days, when they hear oi hia death. If they do not, General Brooke has thirgs in shape to make short work of them. They arc penned up in the Bad Lands where nobody liven and where they can do no dam- age. MiNNKAi'ui.ih, Dec. Jour- nal's Kisruarck (N. D.) special Hays: Tho country roundabout is terribly wrought up ovor the killing of Sitting Bull. Instead of creating an easy feel- ing, it hits aroused much apprehen- sion. It is feared that many families of settlers will fall victims to the ven- geance of Sitting Bull's followers. Sitting Bull's son, who was killed, was only twelve years old. An enter- prising Bismarck merchant this morn- ing offered for Sitting Bull's hide. WASHINGTON', Dec. Proctor to-day laid before thu Cabinet all the information on tho Indian trouble i.i his possession. Caxe PoHtponed. ByC.ibitr and Associated Press.) DUULIN, Dec. County Tipperary, to-day, the case of Patrick J. O'Brien, member of Parlia- ment, and Aiichael O'Brien Dulton, charged with assaulting the police at the time of the conspiracy trials at Tipperary, was called. One of the b jhcitors for the defense being ill, the court granted ti postponement. The accused were co-defendants with Wil- liam O'Brien, John Dillon aud others in the Tipperary conspiracy case. 'All Hecured. By Associated Press 1 MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. Jour- nal's special from Huron. S. D., suys the Hume National Bank suspended t-his morning because of the with- drawal of of deposits. The bank will officially declare that pro- vision has been made to pay every dollar due the creditors and deposit- ors. Work to be Stopped on the Portland and Seattle Road. The Stook Market Still In an Unsteady Condition. IMensed. fly Associated Press. NKW YORK, Dec. to-day expressed himself as very well satisfied with what was accomplished at the meeting of railroad Presidents yester- day. He is confident the plan adopted will be successful and result in great advantages to ths railways and public. IriNli By Cable and Associated 1'ress.J Hec. committee of Insh-Americans to arrange for a re- ception to tho Irish envoys to-moriow n'ght pasr.od a resolution recognizing Pai noil's past survices, eulogizing O'Brien's position, and seeking for a reconciliation of the Irish factions. Drill, s-, Dec-. Irish says thu Popi> is cons-i ler'ng an appeal sent to him by the Catholics of London praying his Holiness to pronounce against the C.itholics supporting Par- ncll beiMimt- of the lutter's At Bullyiiuliill to-day, while meet- ings of tho two factions were being held near together, the Parnelli.es at- tacked the opposition. The McCar- thyites repelled them after a spirited defense, led by Davilt, Dr. Tanner and a number of priests. Many persons on both suk's werp injured. Parnell presided over the meeting of his sup- porters. Upon the application ol counsel in buhalf of I'arnell the Court granted an injunction restraining the publication of the suppressed United Ireland, Xot a Unit fr'alltirr. By Associated Press CI.KAKKIKI.O Due. County Bank closed its doors this morning. The depositors are made safe by mortgages on real estate for three times the amount of the de- posits. Tho owner of the bank is ex- United States Senator W. A. Wallace. The liabilities are assets, The excessive tightness of tho money market wa-  for srar.ll. Quotable at Vto. t, grain fed I'ght, dressed Hogs, Quotable at 90 PORK Live Hogs, Holiday Woods. Attention is called to the holiday ad. of the Palace Dry Goods and Carpet House, the proprietors of which thoroughly understand the wants of this community and never fail to have the exact article called indebtedness. The entire indebted- f'jr-' -Their display of holiday goods i.e-w of Senator Wallace is nearly is to beat- Al1 warranted and his assets are exactly notice. A special meeting of Adah Chapter No.' 4, O. E. S., is to be held at their Hall Wednesday, December -17, 1890, at the usual hour. A full attendance is requested. By order of MRS. E." M. BURNER, W. M. Mr. McGrath of the Lassen Advo- cate is in town to-day. natch. B% Press.] NKW YDKK, Mur- ruv of NtMv Yoik and Patsy tho "St. lii-'ht weights, fo uht with skin gloves to u finish at Rockaway bench eurlv thin morning. Hogaa won the match in 13 rounds. Henry Clewa oa Klnnnce. Bv NEW YORK, Dec. Clews has addressed an open letter to the Secretary of the Treasury, in which he makes one or two novel suggestions about silver legislation. Clews says Congress should amend the present silver law by inserting a clause giving the Secretary of Treasury authority to hatigo at his discretion the periods of the purchase of silver. At present the aw provides for ounces each nonth, which is absolute. In place of this, to provide for the present money crisis, substitute at the Secre- tary's discretion, authority to purchase double that amount in December, equal to ounces, and the same for January, February and March and then suspend the purchase entirely for tho months of April, May, June and July. What is important for the people and country to know for a certainty, is that they can rely upon tho present law being permanent and not subject to the changes or con- venience of every Congress. When the present law has been in existence a year it will bring out new silver money, aggregating in un amount of about and each year there- after an equal sum. In ten years rom the date of the passage of the act the amount of this money will be about Mr. Clews thinks this annual in- crease will be ample for that class of money, and it would be unwise to in- crease it. It certainly will be suffi- cient it Congress will also pass at an early date the Sherman bill, which provides for National Bank bills to be issued up to the par value of the United States bonds. This will in- crease that class of money about Fatal Powder Bxploalons. By Associated Press.] YOUNGSTOWN Dec. Shortly after noon to-day an explosion occurred at the works of the Ohio Powder Company, five miles north of this city. The mill was blown up, killing two employes, James Kerr and William Lewis. Several others were injured, but not seriously. The building was completely wrecked. MII.I.EKS Dec. Clark, employed by the Etna Powder Company, waa killed, aud several others probably fatally injured by an explosion this morning. A Warm Heuatorial Contest. By Associated Press.] BOISE CITY, Dec. lor United Str.tes Senators has begun in each house of the Legislature. There are indications of a bitter contest be- tween the three candidates from northern Idaho and the two from the south. The first ballot resulted: Steven- sou (Dem.) 10, DuBois 9, Shoup 8, and 8. Two members did not vote. Matt era. By Associated Press.] WAsnrsQTON, Dec. the course of the morning business Senator Hoar read a letter from .TohnJ. Davenport, who made a vigorous denial of the charges preferred against his conduct as Chief Supervisor of Elections, and professed a willingness to appear be- fore the Senate Committee to answer the charges. The pending business was the con- sideration of the Dolph resolution pro- viding for an investigation as to whether the right to vote wa-j denied or abridged in any State, with Vest amendment extend'ng the inves- tigation to an inquiry a. to whether by State legislation any man is denied the right to work on public works by reason of his color _ Morgan, in opposing the resolution, called attention to the Fifteenth Amendment of the Constitution, criti- cising it, and contending that the oundation of the country would be much better had the Government been content with the Fifteenth Amendment. PasCo to-day introduced an amend- ment to the pending Election bill. It provides that it shall be unlawful for anv person to pay or promise to pay money to induce persons to vote or tefrain from voting; to promise em- ployment as a Supervisor of Election to influence a vote; to receive money or an appointment with that object, or to endeavor to influence their em- ployes in their voting, on a penalty of fine and imprisonment for one year. It requires the officers of a po- litical organizations to file with tl c Clerk of the House itemized state- ments of the receipts and expendi- tures of political funds, and the same statements are required of candidates for representatives under like penal- ties. Death of a Hero. By Associated Press. 1 NKW HAVEN- Dee. 4 _ Brevet Major-Gcneral Alfred H. Terry U I FALL AND WI ft) TEE? 1 AQ 1 the hero of Fort Fisher, on the retired j ._. _________ list of the United States nrtny, dictl' this morning. For three yours the General hud been suffering from Brights disease, and it was from this that death ro- I suited. Tbrer MVrfc..' .Job. Special to the SAN FRANCISCO. Deo. O'Donnell recount proceeded blowly to-day. In some precincts no errors were found, nud in others only trifling ones were discovered. The recount will probably occupy thit-u weeks. III. Dy Cable and Associated Press.) KOMK, Dec. rumored criti- cal illiactijj of the Pope WHS exagger- ated. His Holiness is only Hufforing from a slight cold. A WKESTLINU MATCH. The House Coinage Committee to- day elected Wickham of Ohio Chair- man to succeed Conger, who resigned to become Minister to Brazil. A bill vras introduced by Carter of Ohio (ordered favorably reportad) pro- viding that gold coin may be ex- changed for gold bare, but gives the Director of the Mint power to use his discretion to impose for such exchange a charge which shall equal the cost of manufacturing fhein. Mills of Texas offerred a concurrent resolution providing for a holiday re- cess from December 22d to January 3, 1891. Referred to the Committee on Waya and Means. Dunnell of Minnfiota called up the. Apportionment bill and briefly ex- plained its provisions. There was a diveisitydf opinion among the mem- bers of the House as to whether the presentation should stand or whether it should be increased. It was finally determined by the committee trr ac- cept 366 as the prop3r number. After ineffectual efforts to secure an agree- ment as to a limitation of debate, Dunnell gave notice that he would call the previous question at 5 o'clock this afternoon. Vurdi 1'uttlui. In the Long Winter RvenlngH at Aililctlo Hporta, EDITOR The people of Verdi witnessed the most closely con- tested wrestling match on the 13th inst. ever seen in this State, between Thomas Reams and C. Counter. Th match waa for a fide, best Ihtee in five fillln, calch-iie-catch-can O r_onkey furnished the Town Hull free The contesting parties had two fallf each, when over was watered 01 the last fall, terminating in a victory for Kearua. Kearns handled hiaisef nicely in the last round, iyid (tic Yerd sports now boast of the hem light-weight, wrestler in tho-Stato Kearns' weight was 128 pounds am Counter's 142. Both are young men in this community. SK.JIIIKHHOK.V. 1IOK.V Kcno, Nevada, December 16, i to the wife of C. W. Clark, a son. Virginia City. Ncv., Di-ccnil er 15, 1890, to the H'ife of A. Hlnkc. a son. Virginia Citv, Ncv., December i 1860, to the wife of William J. Pasco, a son. Virginia City, Nov., December LI, 1890, to tlie wife of Philip McDevit. a sou. Klko, Nov., December ir, 1890, to the wife of W. C. Butler, n daughter. The-Htock Market. By Associated Press.] NEW YORK, Dec. the opan- ing of the stock market prices in most cases were lower than last night's fig- ures. St. Paul was down North- ern Pacific preferred 1, Burlington 1% and Rock Island Before noon Union Pacific showed a decline of 2% par cent. There was a better feeling about noon, but no recovery of im- portance. .Mo Kvldenee of Play. Special to the GAZETTE.! YREKA, Dec. .16. Of Frederick Koester, the German whose disappear- ance is still a mystery, the officers Bay there is no evidence of foul play on the part of the Chinese miners or any- body else. Hiu son, Henry Koester, of this place, offers a reward of for news of hia whereabouts. The missing man was seventy years old. Railroad Work Special to the GAZETTE.] PoBTLiND Dec. chief engineer of the Union Pacific railroad company has received a dispatch from New York to-day, stating that the executive committee of the Union Pacific have directed that the work shall be suspended oa the road now being constructed from Portland to Seattle. World's Fair. By Associated WASHINGTON, Dec. is ex- the President will issue his World's Fair proclamation late to-day or to-morrow. It is understood the delay was simply that the neceseary formalities may be carried out. j Chairman Chandler of the World's Fair Committee said: "The situation is constantly improving, and we mey, when we get ready to report, find very little to recommend. Our report will probably be submitted soon after the President's proclamation is issued. MncceMfol Mafe Robbery. Special to the GAZETTE! Dec. of Police Parish to-day received a tele- gram from Muckle Bros., dealers in merchandise at Saint Helena, Or., stating that last night burglars en- tered their store and blew open the safe, rifling its contents. It is stated that the burglars secured about in cash and papers and notes to the value of about No clue has been discovered. A Refutation Promised. By and Associated Press. I LONDON, Dec. O'Shea writes the Times that he is taking measures to secure the needful consent of others to produce the documents to refute Healy's false statements about the election contests at Liverpool in 1885 and Galway in 1886. Another Body .round. Special to the GAZETTE.] FRANCISCO, Dec. body has been taken from yesterday morning's fire. It is impossible to identify the body, but it is supposed to be that of the Chinese cook em- ployed by the Key West Cigar Com- pany. _____ Sot Yet Special to the GAZETTE.! CARSON, Dec. result of the State canvass cannot be ascertained as yet. The Supreme Judges have not .completed their labors. It is not known what disposition they will make of the Constitutional question. I THE SKIN. IB an important factor in keeping good health; if it does not act in the intended by nature, its are performed by other the Kidneys and tho Lungs; and the result is a brcakdov. n of general health. Swift's Specific IB the remedy of nature to stimulate the skin to proper action. It never fails in this, and always accomplishei the purpose. Send for our treatise on the Blood And Skin Diseases. SWIFT SPECIFIC Co., Atlanta, Some Children Growing Too Fast become listless, fretful, without ener- gy, thin and weak. But you can tlfy them and build them up, by the use of SCOTT'S EMULSION OF PURE COD LIVER OIL AND HYPOPHO8PHITES Of Eiime and Soda. They will take it readily, for it is al- most as palatable as milk. And it should-fcre remembered that AS A riiE- TENT1V.E OB CDBE OF COUGHS OB COLDS, III BOTH TNE OLD AND YOUND, IT 18 UREQOAUED. MY STOCK OK Forgtlie Fall and Winter now compute, oonnlbtlng of thorniest and Me. ilium Grades ol Men's and Boy's AND FURNISHING GOODS. FINIS BEAVEll OVERCOATS, Chinchilla anil Kerseys. A largu uasortmont of Men's ami Boys' Fine Wool and Merino Underwear. A lino line of Men's anil Boys' Wool and Cotton Socks Largest nr.d best line of KLA.TS A In tlio Stnto, also a full lino of JOHN B. STETSON CO. '8 HATS. NEW TO-DAY. Delinquent Notice. ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER XL Company, a of principal place of business, Reno, Nevada; location of works, Reno, Nevada: Notice There is delinquent upon the following de- scribed stock, on account of Assessment No, 4, levied on the toih day ot December, A. D. 1890. the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective stockholders, as fol- lows: No. Cert NAME. Luke, W. 24 Luke, W J.. No Sh's 100 100 2OO 200 200 Folsom, L D............... 14 Folsom, LD............... 15 Folsom, L D............... 12 Holt, SP.................-.. 161 20 Holt.CH................... 160 Taylor, SH.................. 23 95 Taylor, SH................. 21 100 Bender, C T............... 22 5 Taylor, Mrs S H......... 19 900 Taylor. Mrs S H......... 20 900 Rune, Henry........... s 3725 Ruhe, Henry............... 6 1000 Ruhe, Henry............. 7 Ruhe, Henry....... S 200 Ruhe, Henry.............. 9 75 Ruhe, Henry.............. 10 75 Ruhe, Henry.............. :i .w Bender, C T, Ca-ihier Trustee..................... 26 Soo 120 oo And in accordance with the law and an order of the Board of Trustees made on the loth day of Dec. 1890, so many ol eacn parcel of said stock as may be necessary, will be sold at public auction by the becre- tary, at the office of the company, on the 16th day of January, 1891, At one o'clock P. M. of that day, to pay said delinquent asssessinent, costs of ad- j vertlsingand expenses ol sale. W. G. CAFFREY. Secretary. Amt JiS oo 15 co 30 oo 30 oo 30 oo 3 oo i.c-39 50 '4 25 15 oo 75 135 oo 135 oo 558 75 150 oo 75 W 30 oo II 25 II 25 7 50 Large Assortment of and Boys' Suspenders. Tha Finest Line of Men's French Kid and Buck Gloves In ihu S.utc, s. ml n full lino of Wool-Lined Oloves and Mills. Tie Finest Lite of Mirer anil HanfltaMeis ALWAYS ON BOOTS AND SHOES IN KNDLKSS VARIETY, AT PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION. Custom Made Pauls Always On Hand. IN BOYS' CLOTHING, bnvo the iinost assortment in all grades, run- ning in price from upwards. Country to .HouHure on Shortcut Notice. Orders will Reedie Prompt Attention. JOHN SUNDERLAND, RICHARD HERZ, DEALER IN HOWARD. WALTHAM ELGIN, COLUMBUS, ROCKFORD, HAMPTON And Kino SWISS WATCHES DIAMONDS, RUBIES, EMERALDS, 8APHIRE8, OPALS, PEARLS, MOONSTONES ETC., ETC. AT UNIFORMLY LOW PRICES? PLAIN AND FANCY ENGRAVING, Diamond Setting and Fine Watch Repairing Are our Specialties. OVER WATCHES REPAIRED IN NEVADA. .A. Select Stock of Christmas Presents! At PINNICER'S Drug Corner of Commercial Row and Virginia Street, Reno. h k h h fefemmmh h h TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR GREAT PREMIUM HALE Of our Now Stock of GroodLs OloaJks Prices Lower than NEWSPAPER!   

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