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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - December 18, 1890, Reno, Nevada Reno duetto Has the best Eastern and Coast Telegraph Report of any paper between San Francisco and Salt Lake. A Look at tie Gazette Will convince anyone of its superior excellence as a newspaper. VOL. XXX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1890. NO. A Born to Emperor Wil- liam Last Night PARKELL CAMPAIGN MATTERS. Latest News From the Hos- tile Indians. Troops Hemmlnsr Them In on AH Sides. Indian Associated Press.] DKNVKK, Dec. A special from Cheyenne river via Rapid City at thw morning saya: A courier in IIUH aronped the camp. He Htutt-H tint a party of fifteen men are beaeiged fifty miles from here on Spring Creek at Daly's ranch. The Indians have made three attempts to fire the ranch, one being nearly suc- cessful. One of the occupants is Hon. H. M. Day, aid-de-camp to the Gov- ernor of the State. The courier who brings the news had to make a break through the Indians, firing both his pistols right and left, and one of their bullets penetrated his overcoat. He rode by a eircuitous route to the camp. General Cnrr sent Major Tapper with 100 men to the re3cue. A later special from the Sixth Cav- alry on the Cheyenne river via Rapid City says: Major Perry's command was joined early this morning by Gus Craven, a scout, who reported that near Smithvillc a number of Indians were seen on a small creek in the brakes. A number of shots were ex- changed while some of the Govern- ment wagons were crossing Spring river. They and the escort were at- tacked by forty Indians and a number of shots exchanged. One soldier was wounded, und another had a shot through his hat. The troopers of Captain Wells' cavalry came to the rescue, and the Indians ran away. Craven reports having seen sixty- three which contained 100 In- dians, near the mouth of the creek early this morning. Troops were neiit out, but the hontiles had again returned to the Bad Lands. General Carr has sent an armed party to guard the ranch where the Indian was killed yesterday. He was a nephew of Kicking Bear. Yesterday General Carr sent a troop of cavalry up into the Bad Lands to watch the movements of the hostiles. A signal was established between the troops and camp by three relays, and in case of trouble they were to have been reinforced from here. They re- ported seventy tepees in the Indian stronghold, which is totally inaccess- ible. The only known outlet for these Indians is by a trail which goes up Cottonwood across the road from Kapid creek to Wounded Knee. pass will be closed to-morrow large body of the S'xth Infantry This by a 4 Melr. By Cable and Auociated Press.] BERLIN, Dec. Augusta Victoria bos given birth to a eon. Emperor William attended a perform- ance of Tanhaueser at the Opera House lost night. During the opera his Majesty was handed a note which announced the accoucbraeot of the Empress. The Emperor suddenly took his departure for the palace. The reason for his abrupt exit was communicated to the manager of the Opera House, and he at once went upon the stage and announced to the j audience that the Empress had given birth to a son. The announcement was received with the greatest enthu- siasm, the audience rising to their feet, hurrahing and shouting, "Long live the Emperor and Empress." The orchestra played a national an- them, the audience singing the words of the hymn. Rain In California. Special to the GAZETTE.! ELMIRA Dec. ten days of continuous foggy weather, rain commenced falling last night through here and Vaca Valley, about one- tenth of an inch being measured. At the present writing it is coming down quite heavy, with indications of a con- tinuance. RAILROAD ACCIDENT. Five Killed and Many Injured. SEVERAL CHINAMEN CAPTURED. Heavy Hnow Storm. By Associated Press. 1 NEW YORK, Dec. from Ithica, Troy, Albany, Utica and Binghamton show that from six inches to a foot and a half of snow fell last night and that railroad traffic is de- laved from three to six hours. While Attempting to Cross the Northern Boundary. End of the Great the Bast. Storm in The Irish Campaign. By Cable and Associated Press. 1 DUHLIN, Dec. a meeting of the corporation of Kilkenny some member attempted to pass a resolution declaring in favor of Hennessey, the Parliaineutaiy candidate of the Mc- Carthyites. The Varnell men objected and the mc-eti.ig Wi-s in an Some of the Parnellite members, in their enthusiastic supportof their can- didate, challenged their opponents to fight. Finally the Mayor, who is a MeCarthyite, and the ofier supporters of Hennessey withdrew from the meet- ing. The Parnellites thereupon elected a Chairman, and passed resolulions expressing confidence in their leader. Parnell left Kilkenny to-day to at- tend the meetings at Gores Bridge, Gowhal and Gowan. He left the hotel in a e'oced carriage. His right eye was covered with a bajjdase. It is not expected he will speak at either meeting. No Military IXhplay. By Associated PICKS.1 WASHINGTON, Dec. offer of a military funeral for the late Major General Terry, tendered by the Secre- tary of War and Major General Scho- field, was declined by the family, it having been decided not to have any military display. THE NEW CONSTITUTION. The Hoard JRefnaea Canvass the The Judges of the Supreme Court a? a Board of Canvassers to-day filed with the Secretary of State an opinion declining to canvass the returns of the late general election so far as the same relates to the vote on the question of holding a Constitutional Convention. They hold that their power as a Board of Canvassers is denned hy the Con- stitution, and the statute wherein au- thority is given to "open and canvass election returns for members of Con- gress, Governor and other State offi- This authority cannot be ex- tended by implication so as to em- brace election returns for othei officers or questions. They gave as a further reason that some returns upon their face are un- certain and defective, and others are not authenticated, so far as they re- late to an abstract of the vote -or and against a Constitutional Convention. All the jndges concur in the opinion. ThiH throws it into the hands of the Legislature and leaves it for that body to say whether we shall have a Con- gressional Convention or not. The Legislature will hardly deem it ex- pedient to thwart'the will of the pao- ple by refusing to call a convention. STILL ON THE TRAMP. Actreua Zoe Uayton Has) Beached Nebraska on Her Long 75oe Gayton, the plucky actress, who left San Francisco last summer on a tramp across the continent, has been heard from again, and is reported to be gaining on the time allotted her in which to reach New York, in order to win the wager made in Cali- fornia. A dispatch was received in Sacra- mento Tuesday from Mr. Marshall, who was sent along as a sort of guar- dian for the tramping Thespian, stat- ing that they had just arrived at Sil- ver creek, Nebraska, and were 209 miles ahead of the record. Miss Gay- ton was still in good health and confi- dent that she could beat the record by fifteen or twenty daye. Sadly Bralma. Yesterday afternoon as Mrs. William Haynes and Mrs. William Wright, who reside on the Virginia road, were returning from a trip to town the axle of their buggy broke, throwing both ladies to the ground. Mrs. Wright escaped without injury, but Mrs. Haynes was quite badly bruised, her face being cut and her shoulder severely bruised. Another Kallroad Mlaujrhter. By Associated Press.] QUEBEC', Dec. was just received from St. Joseph, De Levis, to the effect that the west-bound Hal- ifax express went through a bridge at that place to-day. The entire train, excepting the baggage car and engine, went down. A number of passengers were killed and many others injured. Assistance has been sent from Levis. The Quebec express train from Hal- ifax ou the Intercolonial road, due at to-day, met with a frightful acci- dent about three miles from its desti- nation. The scene of the wreck was the embankment at St. Joseph. The train was running at a hight rate of speed, and, after passing St. Joseph Station, a second-class car to have jumped the track on a curve, dragging a first-class car and a sleeper with it, and also derailing the mail car and baggage car ahead of it. Three passenger cars were carried diagonally along the embankment for two hun- dred yards, the second-class car strik- ing'the western abutment of the bridge. It was in this car that the sacrifice of life occurred. The front of the car was smashed to atoms against the solid stone abutment. Three cars were turned over, the first being badly shattered. The sleeper was not so badly shattered as the others. The engine, still drawing the baggage and mail cars, passed over the bridge. After passing the bridge the mail car went down the embankment, having turned completely over in its descent. The engine and derailed baggage car continued on their passing over the second road bridge safely, and were brought to a standstill a few hundred yards further on. As soon as the news of the disaster reached this city, a number of medical men crossed the river and went down on a spacial train to the scene of the disaster, and rendered efficient aid to the wounded >assengera. The dead are five in number. Con- ductor Walker was badly hurt, and but few passengers escajrod injury. One has both legs broken, another a fractured skull, and many are cut and aruised. It is impossible at this mo- ment to get a reliable list of the names. Continue to Xatlfy. By A.vsocmted Press.] NEW YOBS, Dec. 18 a meeting of the Kio Grande Western Railway Company's directors to-day the Presi- dents' agreement was unanimously ratified, and Col. Dodge was appointed on the Advisory Board. The Western Pacific Railway Com- pany's director have also ratified the President's agreement. The Northern Pacific directors have ratified the Presidents' agreement, and have appointed David S. Wegg as a member of the Advisory Bocrd. The Denver Rio Grande Railroad directors have also ratified the agree- ment, naming George Coppell and D. H. Moffat an members of the Advisory Board. Bar diver 107tf PERSONALS. The condition of A. O. Porter re- mains unchanged. He is still very low. I. A. Roeenthal, County Clerk of- Esmeralda. who has been spending a few days in Reno, departs for his home in the morning. A Paper The GAZETTE UJces pride in calling public attention to the WEEKLY GA- ZETTE AND STOCKMAN, issued to-day Itisafiue number and no iristake It reflects the sentiments of the j jople on all the leadi itr topics of the day and is a review of the world's doings. Subscription price only per year. A Vive Opportunity. Attention is called to the advertise- ment of a mnch for sale in another column. This is one of the finest op- portunities for an investment in the county. Looe no time in making ap- plication, as you will miaa a bargain if yoa do. By Associated Press. 1 CHICAGO, Dec. A. Keari, do- ing a banking business under the name of S. A. Kean Co., assigned this morning as arranged for last night. Fennel I, the attorney for the banker, says the failure is the result of a steady drain on the finances of the institution for the past two'weeke. Reports detrimental to the bank were circulated, resulting in a withdrawal of over within that time. While there were plenty of securities in the bank they were not market-able under the present monetary condi- tions without sacrificing them. The attorney says the asset H are ample to pay all in full. It is expected a state- ment of the assets and liabilities will be made to-morrow. It ia learned the deposits amounted to Mt of the depositors are well-to-dotpeoplc, who will not suffer severely through their losses. But very few poor peo- ple did business with the bank. Th's afternoon warrants were taken out for the arrest of Mr. Kean and his cashier, George B. Warne, for receiving money when the bank was known to be in- solvent. Arrangements are being made to reorganize the concern as a national bank. PROVIDENCE (R. Dec. Bros., agents of the Atlantic Mills, have assigned. The liabilities arc large. The mills will continue run- ning under the management of Stephen O. Metcalf. The assignee refuses to give any figures. The fail- ure is a serious one, and the cause is the stringency in the money market. BOSTON, Dec. managers i-f the Atlantic mills state that the inillH are not affected by the fail tiro of Owen Bros., and that the latter's liabilities are Gehrs Co., wholesale dealers in gro- ceries, provisions and cotton factors, have assigned. Liabilities, assets about the same.' A Murderer Kxecnted. By Awxrfnted Press.] WEU.AND Dec. Hoyt Day. who murdered his wife by pushing her over a cliff at Niagara Falls in July last, was hanged at this morning. The condemned man walked to tho scaffold firmly, and with a t-mile on his face. Day committed bigamy under the name of Arthur Hoyt, and his second wife having discovered his real name, it became necessary for him to decide between the two women. He elected to live with his bigamous wife. Day took first wife and liin sister to Niagara Falls, but of the trio only his sister and he returned. About a week lafer the secoud wife proceeded against him for bigamy, and his arrest fol- lowed. When the trial commenced Day's pister gnided the detectives to the body of his first wife lay, at the base Of a cliff "1'50 feet high. She testified that her brother pushed the woman over, and his conviction fol- lowed. FURNISHING GOODS, HATS BOOTS AND 1890. FALL AND W.NTER. 1891 The Htorm Over. By Associated Press.] PITTSBOKO, Dec. 18. The great snow-storm is over and business has again been resumed. No more trouble is apprehended unless a dudden thaw or a heavy rain sets in. This will cause a disastrous flood. The mone- tary loss has been very great. WILKESBARRE Dec. snow-storm here is the heaviest ex- perienced in Wyoming valley for years, and at noon it continued unabated. Trains on the several railroads run- ning into this city are snow-bound at various places. BKLLBFONTE Dec. snow was twenty-four inches deep on a level here this morning, and the trains are blockaded. ELMIRA (N. Dec. heavy snow-storm of yesterday has developed into a regular blizzard. All the trains are late, and the street-cars could cot run until non. TIOGA, Dec. railroads are completely blockaded, and there are three miles of Delaware, Lackawanna Western freight trains stalled at Addison, no trains having gone south since yesterday, and none having come from that direction. CongresMional Mattrrg. By Associated Press.l WASHINGTON, Dec. 18. Immedi- ately after the reading of the journal the Senate proceeded to executive business on motion of Hale. The secret session lasted but a few moments and the Senate proceeded to the consideration "of morning business. Senator Sherman reported to the Senate from the Finance Committee this morning the financial bill agreed upon by the Republican caucus last night, and it was recommitted to the Finance Committee. The only change of consequence made was tu limit it to banks having a capital of The financial bill, in addition to the features heretofore described, con- tains a requirement upon the Secretary of the Treasury to issue treasury notes to the amount of based upon the abraded and otherwise un- current subsididary silver coin now in the Treasury. 'Also Senator Allison's proposition for an arrangement to fce- cure uniformity in the ratio of silver coinage, with a provision for the ap- pointment of three commissioners to represent the United States and an appropriation for their salaries and expanses. Sherman reported a bill providing against a contraction of the currency, which was printed and recommitted. .The Elections bill was then taken up and Coke addressed the Senate hi opposition to it. HOUSE. In the morning hoi.'1 the pending measure was the Senate bill amend- ing the Interstate Commerce act by providing for taking depositions by notaries public. Passed. The Houce has gone in Committee of the Whole on the state of the Union. More Chinamen Special to GAZBTTK.] PORT TOWNSEND, Dec. tor Fenn has arrived with twelve Chi- namen captured while attempting to smuggle their way into the United States. While being taken the Chi- namen showed fight, and one of them was killed by the inspector. His su- perior ofticers hold Fenn blameless. The local Chinamen say they will bring the matter to the attention of their Government through Consul Bee at San Francisco. The Chinamen will have a preliminary examination next Saturday. Wing Sing, a British Co- lumbia bighbimior, hud llio parly in charge. Foreram. Special to the FKANCISCO, Dec. in the northern portion, and fair weather followed by rain in the southern por- tion of Northern California. Light rains at Los Angeles and Yuma. The wind is blowing twenty- four miles an hour at Eureka, Cal., with a heavy rain. Snow is reported at Sissons, and as the storm progresses southward the rain will eventually turn into snow in the mountains. A Touch Criminal. By Associated Press.] Cirv OP Mexico, Dec. Guerrero, alias Chalequerot; Jack tho Ripper of Mexico, who was to-duy convicted of eight murders and four- teen rapss, was sentenced to death. Must b.t By Associated Prc.iu.) BISMARCK (N. Dec. is reported that the negroes in Menoken are affected with the Messiah craze and are holding nightly meetings in an empty Government building. HAVE YOU SEEN IT? We refer to the full and comprehensive treatise on the Blood and skip Whether you are sick or well, every home should have a copy. If you are well, it tells yon how to keep so. If you are sick, it tells you how to regain your health This valuable pamphlet will be mail- ed free to applicants. TUB SWIFT SPKOIFIC ATLAB TA. QA A Mlow Bxeemtlve. By Associated Press.) WASHINGTON, Dec. Presi- dent is so busy with other matters this week that he has not been able to complete the examination of the pa- ps- s of the World's Fair. Ao the preparation of his proclamation will require some time after the President ban decided !t properly issue, it looks DOW as though the proclamation will not bj finished this wrak. mritte. By Associated Press.] LEDENOTON Dec. freight traffic here on tho Flint, Pierre and Marquctte Railroad is tied up by a strike of the freight handlers against of wages. A Formidable Strike. By Associated Press.] BIRMINGHAM, Dec. coal miners strike has assumed a serious aspect that threatens to close every industry in the distr'ct. The Amal- gamated Afesc :iation of Iron and Steel Workers passed a resolution of sym- pathy and pledges its support to the strikers. They agree to refuse to work with coal mined by convict or scab miners if the strikers ask them to do so. Pat McBride, of the Executive Board of Unitod Mine Workers of America, says if he cannot settle it he will call oat all the iron and steel workers. This means a closing of all the rolling mills, foundries and ma- chine shops, and three thousand more men will join the ra.iks of the strik- ers. Tbeie seems to be no prospect of a settlement. A Hndtea Bain, Special to GAZETTE.] BED BLUFF, Dec. Rep- pert died suddenly this morning, aged about 52 years. He was a brother-in- of Major J. S. Cone.-arjd was a member of J. K. Mansfield Post of this placi. The remains were buried with military honors. It rained thio morning and is still pouring down cdjnoosly. Farmers, stockmen and fruit growers are de- lighted. Half an inch had fallen to' noon. Some Children Growing Too Fast become fretful, without ener- gy, thin and weak. But you can for- tify them and build them up, by the use of SCOWS EMULSION OF PURE COD LIVER OIL AND HYPOPHO8PHITE3 Of IJme wad Soda. They will take H readily, for ft Is al most as palatable as milk. And it should be remembered that AS A PBE- YBimVK OB COBK OF CODOHS OB COLDS II BOTH THE OLD AND TOONB, IT IS Avoid tubftittUianfofftred Re-Opened I HEREBY RETURN THANKS TO M former patrons, and desire to that I have opened a in the Mtne ol place, "and solicit a share of the public patrol age Boots Mia Shoos to Ordor isfctorine. and Shoe Maker. MY STOCK OF For the Full and Winter IB now complete, consisting of tlioll'luet-t and Me. ilium Grades ol Men's and Boy's ClotliiDg AND FURNISHING GOODS. FINE BEAVER OVERCOATS, Chinchilla and Kcisoys. A large assortment of Men's and Boys' Fine Wool and Merino Underwear. A lino lino of Men's and Boys' ancl Cotton Socks1 Largest aad best lino of KCA.TS CAJPS In the State, also a full lino of JOHN B. STETSON CO.'S WATS. A Large Assortment of Men's and Boys' Suspenders. s Finest Line of Men's French Kid and Buck Gloves In the Sialo, tud a full lino of Wool-Lined Gloves and Mitts. Tlie Finest Line of Neckwear aid HamMels ALWAYS ON HAND.------- BOOTS AND SHOES -------TN KNDLKSS AT TRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION. Custom Made Pants Always On Hand. IN BOYS' CLOTHING, Wo bave the finest assortment in all grades, run- ning in price from upwards. MtKic to Meanure on Shortest Xolloe. Country Orders will Receive Prompt Attention.. JOHN SUNDERLAND, RICHARD HERZ, HEISTO, HOWARD, WALTHAM ELQIN, COLUMBUS, ROCKFORD, HAMPTON Ana Pine SWIBB WATOHEB, AT UNIFORMLY LOW PlilCES! PLAIN AND FANCY ENGRAVING, Diamond Setting and Fine Wateh Repairing Are our Specialties. ___ OVER 30.000 WATOHEB REPAIRED IN NEVADA. .A. Select Stock of Christmas Presents! At PINNICER'S Drug Store, Corner of Commercial Row and. Virginia Street, Reno. rj R TAKE ADVANTAGE ........OP OUR........ EAT PREMIUM SALE Of our New Stock of Dry Groocls Party. vited. Prices Lower than Ever. .NFW SPA PERI -IWSPAPKRI ;