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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - December 20, 1890, Reno, Nevada ibe Beno Gtwtte Has the best Eastern, sod Coast Telegraph Report of any paper between San I rancisco and Salt Lake. i Look at the Gazette Will convince anyone of its superior excellence as a newspaper. VOL. XXX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1890. NO. 69. A Who Should Continue Longer. BUSINESS FAILURES. Murder of a Leading Kansas Merchant. The Latost News From the Seat of "War. from the HoHtllfH. By Associated Press.] UAI-H) CITY (S. Dec. eral Miles has received Jidvices from General Brooko that 500 friendly In- dians have left Pino Kidge to attempt to bring in the hostilos. Dispatches from Lieutenant-Colonel Drum at Fort Yates announce that the Indians there are quiet. Thirty-nine of Sitting Bull's Indians, who left the agency on Monday, have sent in word that they will return. General Carr has thrown out a cavalry force to in- tercept a band now reported moving across tho reservation to Bad Lands. If the force fails to intercept them they will be pursued and arrested. General Miles says no advance will be made until tho result of the Pine liidgo conference is known. Big Foot and Hump have surrendered and re- turned to the agency. No Indians except tho band mentioned arc now going to the bostiles, and the cord is constantly tightening. General Miles discredits the report of a large band of Indians in the vicin- ity of Camp Crook on tho Little Mis- souri rifer. No further engagements are reported from the lower ranchers. The Government herd of cattle is located on Alkali creek, and a force of twenty men have gone to round it up. Two companies of the Seventeenth Infantry from Fort Russell are ex- pected here this afternoon and will at once follow the 45 Cheyenne scouts from Pino Ridge, who started for Cheyenne this morning. The avail- able force along the Cheyenne under General Carr is about Keport Denied. By Associated Press. 1 WASHINGTON, Dec. is learned on the highest authority that there is no truth in the report that the Presi- dent, before he will issue his Colum- bian World's Fair proclamation, will require of the subscription to be paid in cash to Treasurer Soolberger. It is learned also from the name Bource that his proclamation will be ready for issu- ance very soon, probably next week. Secretary Buttervvorth and Peck's visit to the White House to-day was for the purpose of laying before the President additional papers bearing upon the validity of the subscriptions for the Fair. These established abso- lutely the binding character of the subscriptions and, it is believed, has settled nil remaining doubts of the bona fide character of the subscrip- tions, attested by the fact that under the 20 nor cent, call more than 000 was paid in in cash'of the total of sulisci Vrr.v .HuMpicioun. By Associated Tress.] WICHITA Dec. Rob- inson, one of the leading merchants of Hazleton, went hunting yesterday, taking his wagon and team. Last night the team returned witb his dead body iu the wagon. A bullet hole in the heart showed the cauae of deatl It is known that Robinson had quite a number of enemies among the cow boys, and it is supposed they him. Let I he Try It. liy Associated Press.l NEW YORK, DBC. Succi, who will end his forty-live day fast this evening, said this morning that he couUi 4ust at least fifteen days longer, but the physicians who have been watching, say he could not live five days longer without food. Succi looks like a corpse to-day. His phy- icianH are rather anxious as to the e ffect of his first meal. Mrrloualy 111 By Press ST. Afia-sTiXE Dec. John Develin, of Detroit, Michigan, a leading member of the Executive Board of the Knights of Labor, is dan- gerously ill of pneumonia. His wife telegraphed for.______ Two Buy" Drowned. By Associated Press.) COLORADO SrHixoa Dec. Charles Reed end Charles Hei.drick- son. aned 14 and 20 respectively, were were drowned while stating on Chey- enne lake. By Associated Press.) WASHINGTON, Dec. 20. Pettigrew introduced a bill to prohibit the sale of firearms and ammunition to Indians on the reservations. Referred. A dozen private pension bill were passed. Moody, from the Committee on In- dian Depredation Claims, reported the House bill for the adjudication of claims arising from Indian depreda- tions. Sawyer asked unanimous consent for fixing an early day in January for J the consideration of the postal tele- graph bill, but Wolcott objected. Ingalls, at his own request, was granted a two weeks' leave of absence. Platt introduced a joint resolution appropriating to enable the President to take action to obtain from the German Government a sup- ply of the remedy discovered by Dr. iCoch and the formula for manufactur- ing the same. Laid over. Morgan introduced a resolution re- lating to the Election bill. The Committee on Privileged and Elec- tions is directed by the resolution to amend Section 31 so as to show what 1 are the changes and modifications in the sections of the exiating law which are intended to be made by the pres- ent bill. The committee is instructed to make a supplemental report show- ing tho changes and modifications in the existing statutes which they re- commended. Reagan to-day offered an amend- ment to the Financial bill agreed upon yesterday by the Finance Committee, the effect of which is to substitute for the first section of the bill a free coin- age section, and to amend the remain- ing sections of the bill by striking out all reference to silver purchases. The morning hour having expired, the presiding officer laid before the Senate the Election bill. Paddock gave notice that after the consideration of the pending bill ho would ask the Senate to take up the pure food bill, which was demanded by the farmers from one end of the" country to the other. Edmunds demanded the regular order, and the floor was taken by Spooner, who mado a speech in advo- cacy of the bill. Spooner defended John I. Davenport from the attacks made upon him, and contended 'that the Federal Election law, instead of being offensive to the Democrats of the North, had been put into operation at their request in many instances. IIOl'bR. Milliken, of Maine, presented a number of conference reports on pub- lic building bills. On motionlof Clunie of California, the Senate bill was passed for the relief of T. H. Brooks, Assistant Treasurer at San Francisco, and the sureties on his official bond. A bill was passed to authorize the construction of a tunnel under the waters of the Bay of New York bej tween Middletown and New Utrecht. On motion of Herrman of Oregon a bill was passed for the cancellation of a certain contract for the delivery of stone for the improvement of the Columbia river.__________ A Wrecked Looted. By Cable aud Associated Press.] MADRID, Dec. 20. The Spanish coaster San Francisco recently ran ashore near Alhucemas, Morocco. A party of Moors boarded the vessel and carried off everything valuable, and made prisoners of the entire crew and a woman prisoner, depriving them of their clothing. A detachment of na- tive troops pursued the robbers and rescued the prisoners._______ The IrlHh Campaign. By Cable and Associated Press.) KILKENNY, Dec. phy- sicians have issued a formal statement declaring the substance thrown into Parnell'e eyes was lime, and that dan- ger of permanent injury to his sight is not yet over. More Comlnc- By Associated Press.l NEW YORK, Dec. steamer Lahn arrived this morning with gold to The total amount received this last shipment and that on the Majestic is equal to ALA. COAL Fired a Party in Ambush. TUB MURDER CASE, Eyraud to Hang and Bompard Imprisoned. Harrington, the Irish Envoy, Cordially Received. DEATH OP ALLEN EVANS. An Old Pioneer Oone to Kent After am Kventfnl l.lfe. The sad news of the death of Allen B. Evans, formerly of Long Valley, but now of San Francisco, was received here this morning. He died last night after being confined to his bed for several months past. He had lost thu use of his lower limbs, and was almost helpless. He leaves a wifo, a sister, Mrs. Mary E. Atrow- pniith and three brothers, Newton, Alvaro and A. A. Evans of Reno to mourn his loss. Pete Evans and Mrs. Arrow-smith leax-e for San Francisco to-night. Mr. Evans was born in Ohio OB the 7th day of April, 1832. He came to Long Valley in 1859. and with his brothers, Alvaro and Newt, were among the first settlers of that section. For years they there and endured the privations of the pio- neer, and wade for themselves a lovely and happy home. About seven years SKO the place was sold to John M. Rhodes, when Mr. Evans took up his residence in San Francisco, where he has since resided. A Hemarkable Murder Cane. By Cable and Associated Press.] PARIS, Dec. trial of Mich- ael Eyraud and Gabrielle Bompard for the murder of Notary Gouffe was continued this morning. The proceed- ings were opened by the public prose- cutor, who summoned up the case on behalf of the Government. He de- nounced the theories of the Nancy School of Hypnotizers, and urged that persons who are hypnotized retained sufficient will power to resist the oper- ator's will. He said that Professor Charcots experiments showed that no operator could bring a subject so ab- solutely under his control as to force him or her to commit a crime; that the theories of the Nancy School are on a par with fortune telling with cards. If such theories are once ad- mitted, personal responsibility will be at an end, and the laws on which so- ciety depended for protection would disappear in anarchy. Both prisoners were equally guilty, and the evidence showed that everything in the room in which the crime was committed was prepared for hanging Gouffe, and it was idle to assert the contrary. It was the jury's duty to reject the story of the woman, who is as culpable as her companion, who frankly avowed his guilt. He demanded that the ex- treme sentence of the law be imposed upon Eyraud. In the case of Mile. Bompard, the jury must decide whether there were any extenuating circumstances in the part she had taken fn the crime. Eyraud has been condemned to death and Bompard was sentenced to twenty years at hard labor. Indignant Hotel Men. By Associated Press.1 WATEKVILLE Dec. town of Skowhegan, in this State, has been excited since Thursday morning on account of the closing of every hotel, restaurant and lodging house in the place. The proprietors of the ho- tels and lodging houses were notified that they must take out victulera' li- cense in accordance with the revised statutes, which allows municipal offi- cers to license as inn-keepers and victualers, persons of good moral character, under such restrictions and regulations as they may deem neces- sary. On Thursday they signed an agreement to close for one week and if not then allowed to open under the old conditions, to leave town. Thurs- day morning one hotel turned away 180 guests, and notified them that they must seek entertainment else- where, and the Coburn and Skowhegan house also sent away large numbers'. At the Coburn House Judge White- house, of the Supreme Court, was staying with many attorneys and witnesues. The judge said if the hotels closed he would have to adjourn court and go home. A meeting of the select men and prominent business men was held at the hotel Coburn with the hotel keepers and Judge Whitehouse to see what could be done to adjust matters. The hotel men received an assurance that their action was unauthorized, and they have agreed to open as before. Corner (Stone Laid. Special to the GAZETTE.! PORTLAND, Dec. corner atone of the new City Hall was laid here this afternoon under the auspices of the Masonic Grand Lodge of Ore- gon. Governor Pennoyer and staff, and the militia of this city, together with several civic societies, partici- pated. The oration was delivered by Hon. H. W. Scott. The building will be of brick and stone, four stories high, and will cover an entire block, and when finished will cost over a half million. It is expected it will be completed within a year. TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. Bar silver 104. "VVells. Fargo Co. to-day paid their regular 4 per cent, semi-annual dividend. The City Council of Toronto baa de- cided that the sheet cars shall not run on Sunday. Judge Baker of New Orleans has overruled a motion to quash the in- dictments in the case of the Italians charged with the murder of Chief ol Police Hennessy. TO A MKAtt, President HarMMa on tnj Weal Klshery fiontroverwy. NEW YORK, Washington special says President Harrison ex- pects to accompany his transmission to Congress of further papers relating to the Behring Sea controversy with a special message expressing his views respecting the rights and claims of the United States connected with the seal fishery, the comparative merits, conduct and position of the two Gov- ernments since the first seizure in 1886, and the duty of Congress in the present position of the question. The message will be framed with especial reference to the pending proposal ol the British Government for arbitra- tion, which proposal it is intended, to The personal bitterness between Elaine and Lord Salisbury that has arisen out of the course of the negotia- tions is supposed here to constitute the material objection to a continu- ance of efforts towards a settlement, especially after the diplomatic rola- tions between tho two Governments shall have been fuither strained by the energetic manner in which Bluiue is preparing to show up the hollowness and unfairness of the Biitish arbitra- tion project. It is because of the seeming hopelessness of the prospect of a settlement by peaceful means, and of the necessity of almost in- stantly resolving upon n new course of conduct for the United States, thut the President has determined to lay the matter fully before Congress, and to apply for legislative assistance in shaping and enforcing a policy iu immediate future. The pending British proposal is to refer to the determination of a friendly and impartial arbitration the question as to whether the seizures of Biitisli sealing vessels by the United States were or were not lawful seizures. To this form of a proposed submission of the case to arbitration the President strenuously objects, and ho never will agree to it unless Congress shall as- sume the responsibility by in some mode yielding its adherence to it. The President will give Congress to understand that in the present state of the matter he perceives neither au- thority nor reason to abstain next sea- son from a literal enforcement of the provisions of the law for the protection of fur seals in Alaska and the waters thereof. He will ask Congress for a liberal appropriation to meet the ex- pense of fitting out chartered vessels to serve as revenue vessels in sufficient number and character to capture and dispose of the numerous marauding vessels expected to enter Pehring Sea next year. Received an.Ovation. By Cable and Associated Press.l QUEENSTOWN, Dec. steamer Aurinia from New York for Liverpool, arrived to-day. Harrington, the only one of the six Irish envoys who went to America who espoused the cause of Parnell, was a passenger on the Aura- nia. He came ashore here and re- ceived a great ovation from the crowd at the dock. Stoddard Heleancd. By Associated CHICAGO, December case of Stoddard, the New York man ar- rested several days ago charged with embezzling worth of bonds of the Kansas City, Arkansas and New Orleans Railroad, was called this afternoon. No body appeared to pros- ecute, and Stoddard was released. Coal ailnera' Htrtkr. By Associated Press. I BIRMINGHAM 20.-Written notices with skull and crossbones is posted at the Coalburg mines, warning all striking miners not to return to work on penalty of death. A party of strikers who returned to work were fired upon from ambush. An American Branch. By Associated Press.! NEW YOBK, Dec. New York Bacteriological Institute for the treat- ment of hydrophobia and tuberculosis, according to the Pasteur-Koch meth- ods, filed articles of incorporation to- day. Keeelvers Appointed. By Associated Press.J CHICAGO, Dec. D. Gudd has been appointed receiver for the property of Brayton Buehee, real estate dealers and builders of this city. Bushee's liabilities are esti- mated at about he claims he will be able'to pay in full and have something left. CHATTANOOOA Dec. The Helena Wood and Coal Company has made an application for the ap- pointment of a receiver for the South Dredger Iron Company of that city, declaring them, insolvent. The in- debtedness of the iron company will reach and if allowed to con- clude the sale of their property, cun pay up. The Atlantic Trust Company holds a deed of trust of the property in question for to secure the bondf. EAST TAWAS Due. H. Schmeick Co.'s bunk here has made an assignment. The institution is now in the hands of Ilarting and Nesbit of Tawas City. It is impossi- ble to state now what the liabilities are. FURNISHING GOODS, HATS QpOTS AND SHOES. of an Old Cltlxrn. Special to the SLTTEH CKEKK, Dec. 8. Porter, an old and redacted pio- neer died this morning at the resi- dence of John Lithgow, uf Blight's disease. Deceased was well known throughout the State, and was a Jus- tice of the Peace for severul yours. Woruiugr- By Associated Press. BOSTON, Dec. Board of Di- rectors of the Atchison, and Santa Fe adopted unanimously tho Morgan resolutions, and President Manvel and Geo. C. Magoun wcro elected members of the Advising Board. Mtork Market, By Associated I NEW YORK, Dec. stock market is rather quiet. Some advance is being made among the most active stocks. There was no feature of spe- cial interest in the trading, and tin- market closed quiet and firm. PERSONALS. George Smith, a successful Tuscn- rora mining man is in town. Gott Haist, the Virginia City civil engineer, was in town this morning. Austin Hart returned this morning from a trip to Oregon and Washington. Hon. J. M. Suufprd and wifo of Churchill county arrived on last even- ing's overland. Several of Reno's lady teachers left town this morning to spend the holi- days at their homes. Hon. J. W. Haines of Douglas county arrived from below this luorn- ing, on his way home. Ed. Burlington, tho Carson boot and shoe dealer, returned this morn- ing from a business trip to tho Bay. A. O. Porter is still alive, but very low. The end is near unless u change takes place for the better very Boon. Mrs. J. N. Evans, who is now in San Francisco, is rapidly regaining her health, and will soon be well again. Some Children Growing Too Fast become listless, fretful, without ener- gy, thin and weak. But you can tify them and build them up, by the use of SCOTT'S EMULSION OF PURE COD LIVER OIL AND HYPOPH08PHITES Of Ume and Soda. They will take it readily, for it Is al- most as palatable as milk. And it should be remembered that AS A PBE- TEHTITE OB CUBE OF COUGHS OB COLDS, IN BOTH THE OLD AND VOON8, IT IS ONEQOAILED. Avoid offered. A Pure Cream of Tartar Superior to every other known. Used in Millions of Years the Standard. Delirious Cake and Pastry, Light Flaky Biscuit, Griddle Cakes Palatable and Wholesome. No other baking powder does tuch work. John Sunderland's The Cheapest Place in Town to Buy Good Reliable Goods at a Fair Price. You Will Get Good'Value for What You Pay! I have constantly on baud in good goods HATS AND CAPS, Gent's Furnishing Goods, Men's Linod und Unlined Gloves, Also a fine and elegant variety of Dross Gloves IN NECKWEAR, The variety nnd colors cannot, bo sur- passed TECK'S PUFFS, BOWS. FOU1MN-HAINDS, WINDSORS. SILK INITIAL HANDKERCHIEFS Tho Largest Variety in tho State. Silk, Merino, Wool and Knit Mufflers and a Large Line of Suspenders. Dress Shirts and Night Shirts. BOOTS AND SHOES -IN ENDI.ESS For Men, Women and Children. FELT BOOTS AND Boots and Shoes. RICHARD HERZ, DEALER IN HOWARD, WALTHAM ELGIN, COLUMBUS, ROCKFORD, HAMPTON And Fino SWISS WATCHES, DIAMONDS, RUBIES, 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 Store, Corner of Commercial Row and Virginia Street, Reno. kkkk kkkk k kkkkkkkk k k TAKE ADVANTAGE ........OF OUR........ CREAT PREMIUM SALE. Of our New Stock of Dry GroocLs OloaJks Prices than Ever. SPAPFRI SPAPFRI
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