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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - December 17, 1890, Reno, Nevada ibe Keno Gazette Has the beat Eastern and Coftst Telegraph Report of any paper between Sua Francisco and' Bait Lake. A Look at the Gazette Will convince anyone of its superior excellence as a newspaper. VOL. XXX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1890. NO. 66. A DE11WG KILLED. His Dead Body Found by a Gardener. THIRTY By the Collapse of a House in India. The Hostile Indians Continue Defiant. The lucllan Hy Press.] DKNVKK, DL-C. special to tl.e News by a courier from Daly's ranch, S. HIIVH: "Things have about reached a crisis hero. Indinnw are seen in all directions, and wo iiro pre- pared for an engagement at any mo- ment. The scouts have reported that we would be attacked this morning, and that the signal would bo setting fire to tho grass. Tho grass has been wet on fire and a number of ranches iiro seen to be burning. They may not attack our Captain till night or to- morrow morning. A rancher reports that several white men have been killed on tho Cheyenne river. The Seventh cavalry men will be sent against the Indians and an attack will be made on thorn as soon as possible, as a decisive move is imperative. Tbo squaw men report 100 hostiles moving toward our camp. We are 125 strong, but have a good position and can reach them with our Hotchkiss guns. AVe aro informed that wo will have re- iiiforcoinentH this evening of four more troops, which will make tho company 250 strong. It in undcrotood that General Cary will leave Itapid C'ity for here to-day with four more troops. WASHINGTON, Dee. 17. General Schofield thiH morning received a tale- grum from General Miles, dated at Long Pine. Nob., Deccembpr 10th, as "General Brooke reports that Two Strike and about 800 Indians aro now at the Fine Itidge agency, and these with the other In- dians at I'ine Ridge and Rosebud, are all that can be drawn out of the dis- affected camp. The others aro defiant and hostile and are determined to go to war. General Miles has no hope that any effort at a pacification of the others would bo .successful. He esii- nuitos the number of men in the hos- tile camp in the Bud Lands at 250. General Rugger's estimate represents 200 mei> on tho Cheyenne river and 300 at tho Standing Rock Reservation who would have been liable to leave before the death of bitting Hull, mak- ing in all "50 men. Every, possible moans have been exhausted to retain aud restrain the friendly Indians on tho reservations. The Sioux, who have been restrained and have professed loyalty, should have a posi- tive assurance, with t'io least possible delay, that the Government will per- form fully its treaty obligations." No information has been received at the War IXipartnient in regard to the reported in which twooffiwrs and fifty men aro said to have been killed. Tho is discredited. CHICAGO. Dee. news thin far been ijfcivpd at army headquar- ters in this city in regard to the re- ported fight botwcoii United States soldiers and the Indians near Rapid City, S. P., yesterday. further news has been received to-day of hos- tile demonstrations by the Southern Utcs. The party of railroad survey- ors wiio were ordered off the reserva- tion on Sunday by Indians are still in Purango. The unnuty goods wore issued tc- day at Ignacio, and it is not known what edeet this will have on the In- dians. The main trouble is, the Utes say, tho Government is heap big moaning the Government has failed to r.itify tha agreement made two years for their removal to Utah. They are very restive, waiting for tho Government to act, and this is supposed to be oae cause of their present uglinesi. OMAHA, Pee. Rce special from Pine Ridgo agoncv, S. P., nays Two Strike and his followers of 150 lodges reached tho agoncv th'.s morn- A Ueter.tlve Murderrd. Special to the GAZETTK.] SAS FRASCIBCO, Dec. dead body of detective James Hatton was found in Jefferson Square this morning by Patrick O'Connor, the gardener in charge. At the back of the head was a bloody gash, apparently made by a blow with a blunt weapon. Captain Lees, Chief of the detective force, Htated that Hatton had been detailed to watch that section of the city for thieves during the early morning. He had apparently been killed by a Mow from behind. Hatton joined the police force in 1873. and in 1S84 was put on detective duty. He was a na- tive of Maine. John Glanz, a painter, who was one of the first to find Hatton's body, now states that life A-as not extinct when the body wan found, but that Hatton died on reaching the Receiving Hos- pital. He, together with two others, he notified on finding the body, testified that they believed that Hatton had been murdered and then carried to the spot where he was found, as there was no sign of a struggle near by. Two of the detectives on the case incline to the theory that Hatton re- ceived his wound from a fall. Deceased was CO years of age. His family resides at Alaiucda. A mar- ried daughter resides in Seattle and a son at Tacoma. A married daughter died at Los Angeles some time ago from the result of burns. A Firm Htock. Market. By Associated Press.] NEW YOBK, Dec. The stock market this morning showed the con- tinued dullness of yesterday, and while the early dealings maintained the firm tone of yesterday's transac- tions, a general reaction carried prices below those of the opening. In the reaction Union Pacific retired per cent. After 11 tho early losses were almost all recovered, and at noon the market was firm generally, at a shade above the opening Tho stock market continued dull but firm after 12 o'clock. The an- nouncement of the ratification of the President's agreement by the directors of the Rock Island and Chicago Northwestern roads had n stimulating effect, the whole market advanced a fraction. Tho market remained quiet but firm and prices mada further progress toward higher figures, closing at the highest prices of the day. A Mnioolli Uefanlter. By Associated Press.] CHATCHAM Dec. James N. Henry, who has been shipping considerable pork during the winter, obtained from a local agent of the Grand Trunk road bills of lading for ten carloads of pork. The bills were immediately taken to the Bank of Montreal and cashed for Subsequently it was discovered that no pork had been delivered to the railroad, and that Henry had disap- peared. An investigation of his affairs shows a defalcation of some HUH My Cable and Associated Press.] I'Aisis, Pee. The Figaro to-day published Russian advices stating that another plot lo murder the Czar had been discovered. The conspirators are members of the Noblemen's Club. Several Poles were arrested for com- plicity in the plot, and the club-house was closed. _ Coinage Wanted. By Associated Press.] HELENA Dec. The Bpard of Trade has unanimously adopted a resolution favoiing the free j and unlimited coinage of all American silver.' ____ ___ Thirty People Killed. By Cable and Associated Press.] BOMBAY, Dec. 17. A house in the native quarter of the city containing 100 inmates collapsed to-day. Thirty persons were killed and many injured. Failure. By Associated Press.] NEW YORK, Dec. suspen- sion of Erastus E. Ford has been an- nounced on the stock exchange. He had no outstanding contracts. PRK OF Dolph Talking on the Election Bill. LATEST IRISH CAMPAIGN NEWS. I Parnell's Eyes Badly Injured by Lime. A Terrifflo Storm In Harbor. New York Irish Campaign. Bv Cable and Associated Press.] DUBLIN, Dec. Parnell suffered intense paiu from the effects of the lime thrown in his eyes, he was able at midnight to address from a window of the Victoria hotel at Kil- kenny, a large crowd. During his ad- dress his fuce was covered with bun- dagos. He detailed the events of the day and crowd became exasper- ated at the manner in which he had been treated and many threats of ven- geance were made. This morning Parnell's breakfast was served, him in bed. A close ex- amination of his eyes revealed the fact that the night is not injured. The surgeon declares, however, that in- flammation may set in. He has or- dered Tarnell to keep his eyes closed and that hot water foments be con- sfantly applied. It is not likely that he will be allowed to leave his room to-day. In a published interview, Maurice Healy is represented as saying that assurance can be given the public that no settlement of the political crisis is possible by arbitration. The contest, he said, will be fought to the bitter end. Notwithstanding the injunction issued against the suppressed United Ireland, that paper again appeared. Hereafter the paper will be entitled the Insuppresaablo United Ireland. It is announced this afternoon that the surgeon attending Parnell fears the injuries to his eyes may result in serious consequences. He has given orders that for the present his patient shall remain indoors. Hennessy has expressed to the committee hav- ing the campaign of his opponent, Vincent Scully, in charge, his regrets for the attack made upon Parnell yes- day. COKK, Dec. city and county convention assembled here to-day. The hall in which the convention was aeld was crowded with delegates and spectators. The name of Parnell was reeted with cheers by the delegates, but the crowd groaned. The Chairman read a telegram from Patrick Egan, giving instructions for he transfer of his shares in the United Ireland stock to McCarthy. McCar- thy, in an he Irish sanction to. what they had done, the nagniflcent gathering there assembled gave it to them. Aftor such a meeting ,hey would be entitled to speak in the name of the Irish people, and they would have a still better right to speak after the election in Kilkenny. TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. ing. The troops are still waiting arms for orders to inarch. under Bar silver 107. A Paris dipatch says that Louis Eugene Charpentier, "the well-known painter, is dead. The Indian Hohool Building. Mr. Morgan, a U. S. Commissioner from the Indian Department, was sent out to inspect the Carson Indian School building, and on criticising it called for a spirit level to see how much things were out of plumb. He then wrote to the Department that the building was an architectural mon strosity and suggested thut every one who bad anythin to do with the bad anything drawing up of the plans aud specifica tions be immediately- which was done. discharged -'.dress, declared that if Ay wanted authority or Congressional Matters. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Dec. morn- ing hour having expired without any- thing of importance being done, the Senate resumed the consideration of election bill. Dolph resumed his speech of yesterday. HOUSK. The previous question on the appor- tionment bill was ordered and the vot- ing on the amendment was com- menced. The House has mjssed the appor- tionment bill fixing the representation at 356. ________ The Kyrand Murder Trial. By Cable and Associated Press.] PARIS. Dec. trial of Eyraad and his former mistress, Gabrielle Bompard, for the murder of Notary Gouffe was continued to-day. Eyraud persisted in bis statement that Mile. Bompard conceived the details of the crime, and that she passed the noose around the victim's neck while the latter was fondling her at her home. Mile. Bompard denies all of Ey- raud's 'statements, and claims that the part ehe took in the crime was dne to the influence exerted over her by Eyraud.. Brltlnh Columbia Kewn ItrmH. 'Special to the GAZETTE.] VICTOHIA (B. Dec. 17. The British bark Mennock cleared to-day for London, England, with a cargo of cases of salmon. A family named Young lost their youngest daughter under painful cir- cumstances. Mrs. Young had poured a boiler of scalding water into a tub on thv floor, preparatory to washing clothes, when the child, in stepping backward, stumbled and fell into the tub. The child WQBFO severely scalded that she died a few minutes later. The recent heavy rains Vanctu- ver Island have caused the low-lying lands in the neighborhr> id of Cowich- ian to be flooded, and a train coming to Victoria from Nanaitno had to tra .'el over'two 'miles through two feet of water. The Indians in the vicinity have had to break up camp, and are traveling around the submerged dis- trict in canoes. It is still raining heavily in the neighborhood of Oow- ichian, and fears are entertained that if the water rises much higher a num- ber of barns and farm-houses will bo swept away. A big boom of logs of over feet, while being driven down the Cowichian.got out of the proper chan- nel, and will piobably be lost. The bridge over the Cowichiau river was carried away by the flood. The German schconer Adele, which returned yesterday from a cruise to Behring Sea, has been "seized by the Collector of Customs on charges of failure to enter at the Custom-house and of a false clearance. Cup- tain Hansen loft Victoria last SepU-ir.- ber he cleared for Yokohoma, but in- stead he touched at St. Paul Island. The penalty for each offense is A Severe Storm. By Associated Press.] NEW YORK, Dec. storm to; day seriously interfered with the river and harbor business. Several small boats were sunk, and a number of pas- senger steamers that were to have sailed to-day were unable to move. Telegraphic communication south and west of here is seriously interfered with. A portion of the roof of Daly's Theater was blown off this afternoon, and a man was severely injured. One of the iron smokestacks 011 the Poatoffice building was blown down through the glass ceiling over the mailing room, severely injuring u number of the carriers. PirrsBUHQ, Dec. telegraph and electric light lines are down, and business is practically suspended. On the railroads no freight trains were running, and the passenger trains that struggled through were late from one to six hours. The pecuniary loss resulting from the storm cannot now be estimated, but it will necessarily be very large. A Sailed. By Associated Press.] NEW YORK, Dec. Missouri Pacific directors have ratified the Presidents' agreement, and S. II. Clark and the President will represent the company on the advisary board. T. M. Sullivan, one of the Irish en- voys, and Mrs. Sullivan were passen- gers on the White Star steamer Brit- tanic, which sailed for Liverpool to- day.___________ The Full Amount Bv Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Dec. director of the mint to-day announced having purchased the full amount of silver au- thorized by law for the current month, and that no further purchases will be made until January. M Killed. i r.y Cable and Associated Press.! j BKfssKUt, Dec. the Escon-j lmnl c..liiery at Hornfa to-day a j of eighteen men had entered a cage j and Ilu> engine win HtarJed to lower them into the pit. Suddenly and without, warning, the lope broke and the men were precipitated to the bot- tom of the shaft: All were killed. PERSONALS. Martin Sullivan of the Rocky Unn Ice Company was in town to-day. L. II. Taylor, civil and hydraulic eiiKin'-er, from Sacramento, fa .'ored the GAZETTE otlice with a Call to-day. Mr. Taylor is en route to Long Valley, where ha goes to 'examine an irriga- tion scheme for San Francisco and Sacramento parties. An Kxprnnivo By Associated Press.] 'KOANOKB Dec. rool of a blacksmith shop at this place fel in this morning, and one. man wat> 'killed and eight seriously, injured The damage, to the building ami ma- chinery is estimated at Over two feet of ttnow have fallen here, and the storm continues. A Sodden Death. By Associated Press.] LOUISVILLE, Dec. man Henry D. McHenry, Member oi the National Democratic Committee, died suddenly this morning of hearl disease at his home in Hartford. Silver Purchases. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Dec. amount of silver offered for sale tc-day was ounces, of which were purchased at prices ranging from 10% to The Alaska Kxploratlon Bill. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Dec. bill for he systematic exploration of the in- terior of Alaska is likely to receive consideration by Congress soon. It Mrovides that the Secretary of War shall send a party into the interior of Alaska, and appropriates to defray the expenses of the expedition. It is proposed that the party remain three years, in order that the observa- tions be al'Folutely trustworthy and tlnally net at rent the various and con- fiding reports regarding thii Terri- The JlcKtnley Al 3y Associated Press.] NEW YOUK, Dec. Hoard uf eneral Appraisers in a case bn'iigli before it by Marshall, Field Co., Chi- cago, 1ms decided that the omission o; Section does not invalidate I he McKir.lcy tariff bill, but affrcte only the omitted section. They also decide that the bill confui.s on tbi> President no legislative power. The case will be appealed. A Train through a Hrlilxe- By Associated Press.] ALBANY A freight train went throegh a bridge near here this afternoon. The bridge was beiw repaired and the rails were without support. The engine went over all right, but five flat cars loaded with ron and lumber dropped into the stream. No one injured. Dead Iloily fr'oui.U. Sp-cial to the YRISKA Dec. body of Frederick Kcoster, who disappeared ast Thursday, was found in the Shasta this morning. His clothing was bund on the bank. It is supposed to a case of suicide. His motive is unknown. He leaves a wife and children.___________ Houne Hurned. By Associated Press.] Dec. 2o'clcck this morning a fire destroyed Senator Gorman's residence. It was not dis- covered' until the whole dwelling wan flames. The inmates narrowly escaped with their lives. Tho Senator was not at homo. Fl'KMSHINtt GOODS, HATS AND SHOES. A Physicians Advice. suffered for years from general debility. Tried'other remedies, and got no relief. My PhysU-i in prescribed S. 8. S. I increased in flesh; My appetite Improved; I gained strength; Was made young again; It Is the best medicine I know of. MAHAI.EY TURPBN, Oakland City, Ind Send for our book on Blood and Skin Diseases. BVTIFT SPECIFIC Co., Atlanta, Delinquent Notice. RENO KLECTR1C LIGHT AND POWER Company, a ol principal place of business, Reno. Nevada; location of works, Reno, Nevada: There is delinquent upon the following de- scribed stock, on account of Assessment No. 4, levied on the loih day of December, A. D. 1890, the several amounts set cmpo-.ite the names of the respective stockhoHlcrs, as fol- lows: NAME. No. Cert. NoSh's Ami. Luke, W. J................. 24 100 Luke, W J.................. JS 100 'S co Folsom, LD............... 14 200 yi oo Folsom, I, D ................s JOU Folsom, L D............... u zoo 3000 Holt.SP..................... 161 20 300 Holt.CH................... 160 Taylor, SH.................. 23 95 '425 Taylor, 8 H................. Ji 100 1500 Bender, CT............... 22 s 75 Taylor, Mrs S H......... 19 "35 oo Taylor, Mrs S H......... 20 900 135 Ruhe, Henry............ 5 3725 75 Ruhe, Henry............... 6 toco 150 oo Ruhe, Henry............. 7 75 Ruhe, Henry....... S 200 3000 Ruhe, Henry.............. 9 75 25 Ruhe, Henry.............. 10 75 25 Ruhe, Henry.............. n 5" Bender, C T, Cashier Trustee..................... 26 800 120 oo And in accordance with the law and an order ot the Board of Trustees made on Ihe loth
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