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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - December 22, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                The Keno Gazette Has the best Eastern and Coast Telegraph Report of any paper between San FranciBCo and Salt Lake. VOL. XXX. A Look at the Gazette Will convince anyone of its superior excellence as a newspaper. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, MONDAY, DECEMBER >J2, 1890. NO. 70. Hot Work at the Kil- kenny Polls To-Day. MORE lilSIXESS FAILURES. An Old Californian to Death. Burred Tho Now Orleans Assassins i Ploacl Not Guilty. Tim Irlnli By Cable and Associated I'rcss.) Dec. 22. The polling opened briskly this morning in the jn-CHt-we of tho military. A large force of police sentlwivl throughout North Kilkenny seems to be a gimran rn Want Their Money. By Associated Press.] CHICAGO, Doc. were be. jjnri to-day by a numlxjr of other de- positors in Kean's bank, who want the anioiintof their deposits returned, on the grounds that the bank wan in- solvent when the debits were made. At the present rate, if alt the claims of persons who made deposits within thirty days before the suspension are allowed, they promise to eat up nearly nil the assets, to the exclusion of other creditors. The assets con- tinue to grow less. It is now esti- mated that the bills receivable sched- uled at will not realize 000. An investigation of the bunk's books show further that Mrs. Culver's account was overdrawn and Morton Culver's Morton Cul- ver appeared in court this morning mid testified that Mrs. Culver had an in the bank to the amount of and us far -M he knew, there had never bien a settlement of the partnership account, although he had endeavored to seen re one. The wit- ness believed the business profitable, Still Talking on the Lodge Election Bill. PAMIXE REPORTED IX IRELAND. but that Kean conducted it in an ex- travagant manner and could never be brought to make a statement of the tee against serious i condition of the bank until recently. co It appeared, according to the testi- mony of that Keane had renewed paper for over the only security being land contracts. The books also Kean dis- The contingent supporters of both Hides have arrived at Comer, which point is apparently regarded as the key to the constituency. Tho feeling of a majority of the voters, so far as can bo judged, seems to bo anti- I'arnell. An altercation took place between Harrington and a nuriber of priests. This wan occasioned b> what Harring- ton termed the priests' interference the voters. Hot words were ox- changed, and in spite of Harrington's protestn the priest." continued to work with the influential voters who were thought to bo leaning towards Parnell. Parnell has returned from a visit to the voters at Gowran. Ho is in the highest spirits, and announced that Gowran will poll almost a solid vote for Scully. Information received from Castle C'omer says I'arucll met with a hostile let-option there. It is also said the miners are voting solidly for Hen- nessey. A report from .Johnstown says it was with gre.it difficulty the police to- day prevented a serious collision bo- tween tho excited rival factions.' The Parnellitus chum a majority at Johns- town. The excitement there was in- creased when it became known that Scully, the 1'arnellito candidate, had entered a formal protest against the laxity of tho regulations in regard to tho admittance of strangers at the polling places He and his friends assorted that tho presence at tho poll- ing places of so many priests known to be supporters of Hennessy was con- trary to law. 31. 31. on tin- Financial lion. Special to SAN KHAN-CISCO, DRC. an interview with M. M. Kstee in the font, he takes the ground that the late financial crisis was hugely due to the fact that .lay Gould and others among the wealthy railroad magnates had for months been hoarding away in their vaults all tho money they coulil accumulate from all sources, thus decreasing by an equal amount of money in circulation, the object being, when the time come, to pounce upon tho maiket and jam down the stan- dard and well known stocks for the purpose of busing in vat-t amounts of Union Pacific and other trunk line stock-i at prices far below their real value. The time seemed to be propit- ious when Baring Bros, failed, and when Urge sums of money were de- manded for tho purpose of moving the crops of last year, when taxes in most of the States were being paid, and bo- connted his own paper for and his wifes for __ _ Oootl OeclHlun. By Associated Press. I WASHINGTON, Dec. The Su- preme Court of the United States to- day rendered an important decision in the Monlion polygamy case, holding that a wife is not a competent witness against her husband where the crime of polygamy is charged. William Bassctt in 1880 was found guilty of polygamy or. tho testimony of his first wife, from whom 'no was divorced after he took his second wife. The former wife's testimony was the only direct evidence produced, and it was upon her testimony that Bassett was convicted and sentenced. Ho took an appeal to tho Supreme Court of Utah, contending that his wife's testimony was not admissablo, and when the Territorial Court decided against him he brought tho c'ise here. This Court reversed the decision of the Territorial Court, holding that the wife was an incompetent witness. The case was remanded to the Utah Courts, with directions to grant a new trial. Provisions Being Sent to the Needy Districts. Formidable Railroad Strike at Glasgow, Scotland. ConjjreHHlounl I3y Associated Press.] WAhiirNGTON, Dec. small attendance of Senators this morning attracted the attention of the Demo- crats, aud llttrris demanded that the roll be called, and as.twelve less than a quorum responded to the call, the Sergeant-at-Arms was directed to re- quest the presence of the absent mem- bers. In course of a half an hour a quorum appeared. A bill to establish a record for the pension office and war depart- ment was passed. The conference re- port on the Sioux Reservation bill was adopted. Cullom, by request, introduced a bill to incorporate the Pan-American Transportation Company Scooping the HostileM. Bv Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Dec. era I Schofleld received a telegram from General Miles, dated Rapid City, Dak., Dec. 22d, as follows: I believe all, or nearly all of the followers of Sitting Bull 1-avc been captured. Col. Sutuner reports to-day the capture of the Big Foot band of Sioux, number- ing 130. They have been one of the most defiant and threatening. The result so far has been satisfactory." OMAHA, Dec. special to the Bee says that Sitting Bull's band of a hundred and fifty wai.-iors, led by Big Foot, have just sin rendered to Colonel Stunner, who with 200 soldiers succeeded in surround- ing them in the vicinity of Standing Hock while making for the Bad Lancls. WAMHJRJT-ON, Dec. Com- missioner 6t" Indian Affairs has re- ceived from Indian Agent McLaughlin a report of tho fight between tho In- dian police and the followers of Sitting' Bull on the loth inst. when that chief was captured. The does not differ materially from what has been already printed. The iigont speaks in the very highest terms of tho judg- ment and bravery of the Indian police, and strongly urges that a generous al- lowance bo made for the families of those killed. Besides the Indian po- lice there were four volunteers, Gray Eagle, Spotted Thunder, Otter Kobe and Young Eagle, who participated in the fight, rendering good service and deserving recognition. PIKURE (S. Dec. report that the Bad River Indians have b gun ghost dancing is Fixed. Special to the PORTLAND Doe. Simon, receiver of tin; Oregon Im- provement Company, to-day lilcd a petition in tho U. S. Circuit Cmirt asking .Tudge Deady to lix the t-ularies of the receiver, goner.il uomi.-el. officers and employes. With the view of assisting the Judge u statement ac- companied the petition showing that previous to the appointment of u re- ceiver tho salaries were as follows: President, Vice-President, Manager in California, i, Manager in. Washington, Bj- Cable and Associated Press.] FUANKI-OKT, Dec. 22. It is an- nounced that tho negotiations for a new Portuguese loan have been con- cluded, Cortes. subject to the assent of the JJOKX. 111 Keno. Xev., IX'cumliei to the wife T. M. C.roton, n d.tUKbtci. r Uulliy of Contempt or Court .Hoar gave notice that he would at to thl. 5 this afternoon, ask the Senate to A By Associated Press. J OK'.KASf, Dec. The ci edi- tors of Vesa Meyer made a statement to-day showing the assets of tho New 1 Orleans and New York houses amount to and 1'abilities Tho firm asks for one, two and three ye us extension and promises to pay in full. __ fair By Associated Press 1 WAMUNUTON, Dec. 22. It is said the President has completed his ex- amination of the papers of theWoild's Columbian Exposition, and they were referred to the Secretary of State for tho preparation of the proclamation. A Murderer. Special to the SAN 22. Wong Lee, the Chinese sewing machine hand who WHS shot Saturday night, died to- day. Choo Fool: was identified by Lee as tho man who shot him, and he has been arrested. take a recess until 8 o'clock. Tho House amendment to the Sen- ate amendment to tho urgent delici ency bill, striking out the appropria- tion for the pay of the clerks of Sena- tors was nonconcured in. The dis- cussion of the Election bill was re- sumed, Higgins taking tho floor. Mi.ss Roush, a clerk in the pension office, testified before tho Rautn In- vestigation Committee to-day that she had written one letter at Tanner's request, on the business of a refrigera- tor company after office hours. After an examination of a number of other witnesses the committee adjourned subject to a call. After threo or four measures relat- ing to the District of Columbia were disposed of the House adjourned. In the House to-day Blanchard, of Louisiana, offered for reference a pre' amble and resolutions calling for the appointment of a committee of five to inquire into the killing of Sitting Bull and the immediate causes leading thereto. Tho committee is also to in- vestigate the existance of the Indian troubles in the northwest. Another By Cable and A isociated Press.] LONDON, Dec. assignment of Bohn, Elliott Co., manufacturers of agricultural implements, is an- nounced. There are considerable the losses will bo great. The Xew By Associated Press.] A Tonsil (Shot and Killed. Special to the BLL-FF Dec. Eli Mouten, a barkeeper at Gould Moran's saloon, shot Alf Redman this afternoon. Kedman staggered into Cusbius' livery stable and dropped dead. Deceased had trouble with Moran previous to the shooting. started for dinner, and saw Redman near the stable, when de- ceased struck at him with his fist and then ran after with a long sheath knife. Montex, still running, wheeled nronnd and fired four shots, one taking efl'ect in the left breast, killing Redman instantly. Redman had been a bad character. Montez was arrested, and a Coron- er's inquest is being held now. The impression is that Montez shot to save his own life. dend paying stocks had been declined. Tho banks in the east, and tho Treas- ury of the United States did every- thing possible to sustain the credit of good men, but it was impossible to successfully fight such a combination. fore the January dividends on divi- Ncw OIJI.EANS, Dec. nine- teen Italians accused of the murder of Chief of Police Hennessy pleaded not guilty in the Criminal Court this morning. Huriifil to Special tothe SUTTKU CitKKK Dec. I. j B. Curtis an old and eccentric resi- dent, who lived in a cabin on ICO acres of land one mile fn-.n town, was binned to death la.-t night. The charred remains of the deceased were discovered by a passer-by. Coroner Scott conveyed the remains to, the undertaker's. As yet the jury has not rendered a verdict. Tho cabin Appointed. By Associated Press.] GUTIIK.-E Dec. Justice Green decided this morning that the assignment of the Commercial Bank is void. lie will appoint a re- ceiver. __________________ Death of a By Cable and Associated Press.] COPKNHAOKN, Dec. death of KieU Gade, the composer, is announced. A Holiday Vncnlion On Thursday, the 18th inst., the being burned down, how the fire orig- j llt Sheephead, taught i nil tod is a mystery. The deceased i jjjss Jetmio McKarlin cf Reno, SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. a suit to forfeit the charter of tho American Sugar Riiliuery after it passed into the hands of the Ilaveineyers of Now Yoik, Judge Wallace some time ago rendered a decision against the refin- ery company and appointed Patrick Reddy receiver. On account of the action taken before an appeal to the Supreme Court could be heard and de- termined, Judge Wallace and Mr. Roddy wore charged with contempt of court. The case was argued, and to- day the Supreme Court found each guilty and imposed a fjue of ten dol- lars. THE SKIN. Is an important factor in keeping good health; If it does not act in the way intended by natui-o, its function.-' are porfonncd by other oijjsiis'v- thc Kidneys, ami the Lungs; and the result is a breakdown of general health. Swift's Specific Is the remedy of nature to stimulate the skin to proper action. It never, fails in this, and always accomplishes the purpose. Send for our treatise on the lilood anil Skiu Diseiuses. bvTpT Si'Kcnac Co., Atlanta, Ga, A Weather Itcport. By Associated P.ess.) WASHINGTON, Dec. 22. A Signal Oflice special bulletin Hays: This morning the temperature in Wyoming and Montana and other point? in the Northwest above xero. This unusual warmth is being closely fol- .lowed by an area of very high pressure and low temperature, which appeared this morning in the extreme North- west; and which will cause to-night and Tuesday an extreme fall of tern perature in the districts mentioned and Minnesota and the Dakotas, to be followed over Iowa and Nebraska by falls ranging from to the Hungry. By Cable and Associated Press.] LONDON, Dec. The British gun- boat Magnet left to-duy for Gnlway loaded with meal and potatoes and stores of all descriptions. It is one of a series of cargoes sent by the Govern- ment to the relief of the starving in- habitants in certain sections of. Ire- land. Three other gunboats the Sea Horse, Britomarte and Grapply that have been engaged in Auilar work for Bome time have been ordered to con- tinue that duty three mouths longer. Services IMMpenMvd With. By Cable ntid Associated Press. I LONDON, Dec. circular just issued informs the British branches ot the National League that the service; of most of the oflicials connected with such branches will not be needed in the future, owing to the present finan- cial position of the League. A Xew Itace Track. Special to the Dec. Stan- islaus Stock Breeders' Association completed their race track, and the first races will be hold on December 25th and 2Gth. A large number o noted racehorses are domiciled on the track. A .Juror. By Cable aud Associated Pre.ss.J TAR.S, Dec. La Tcrne to- day published a statement that one o ;he juryman who tried Bompard was bankrupt, which, says that newspaper annuls the verdict. More Void Coming. By Associated Press.1 NEW YOKK, Dec. steame: Spree arrived from Bremen this morn ing with in gold aboard. WHS (H years of age. An Krror Bv Associated Uob-wN. Dec. is oilieially and visitors. announced that the recent report of j he World. the recording of a Union Pacific mort-j Jt ig cluiuied for the State of Mis- in Fremont, Neb., Irom FOUrj tn.lt jias tnree Of the largest One in Dent i was proposed Trnfltc Paralyzed. By Cable nnd Associated Press.] GLASGOW, Dec. 22. The railway strikes have so far succeeded in para- lyzing traffic throughout the district. Very few trains are running. In Lancashire district the mineral and most of the passenger trains have stopped. The strike is spreading rapidly. About men have already left work, and it is expected an additional the fact that a. niortguJJ to the Union j in the world. Trust Company ,.f New York for i connrv is so OOO.OoO, dated in a time to correct an error made {rom its neighborhood to the city took its Imlid.w vacation vvitli the usual literary con-istinn of ,-s.iys, songs lopitn-ions, after thonsttnd men ,n] quit to.ni ht which a hop enjoyeil by __________ _r'_______2_ Mutton Uenied. Special to the GAZETTE.] PORTI.AND Dee. the United States Circuit Court to-day Judge Deady denied the petitioa-'of Charles Bamett of Koutucky for the appointment of u Receiver fur the to supply the whole city of St. Louis 1873, was 1 with ita water bv runniiil' an aqueduct the first time. reservoir. Northwest Fire and Marine Insurance Corn pan y. Some Children Growing Too Fast become listless, fretful, without ener- gy, thin and weak. But you can for- tify them and build them up, by the use of OF PURE CGD LIVER OIL ArJD HYHO PHOSPHITES Bliiuie iiiicl Soda. They will take it readily, for it is al- most as palatable as milk. And it should be remembered that AS A I'liE- OK CUBK OF COUGHS OK COLDS, IN BOTH TKS OLD AND YOUNG, IT 13 UNEQUALLED. Avoiftaubslitutionuoffernl. Holiday Goods -AT- HODGKINSON'S DRUG STORE. VIKC.INIA STR1JKT, Ki-.NO Re-Opened I T HKKIvBY KKTUKN THANKS TO MY L former patrons, nnd to inform them that I linvc opened :i -Oiop in the same old place, and 
                            

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