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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 22, 1890, Reno, Nevada ihc Keno Gazette the Eastern and (Joust Telegraph Report any between .San'tiancisco tucl Suit Lake. A Look at the Gazette Will convince anyone superior excellence BH n newspaper. VOL. XXX. REN4 WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 22. 1890. NO. OVEiiiJD To be Advanced on December First. EXECliTlOX OF MURDERERS, j Largest Firm in the World Failed. BnolneftM ft'MInrr. By CHICAOO, Nov. United States Rolling Stock' Company has been placed in the hands of a receiver, with liabilities of and assets of Attorney High of the company says the failure was precipi- tated by slow co'lections and the de- pression in tho money market. The company is the largest builder of railway cars in the world. It has plants at Hegewisch, 111., Decatur, Ala., Anniston, Ala., and Urban, The capital stock ii The CarbuilderS consist of tho plant at Hefee-I A plants at the other places mentioned, The other assets are CAT irust bonds worth rolling stock leased to various railroads worth A BUILDING FALLS. Seriously Injuring Number of Men. A VERY LARGE FREWi LOAN Prize Fight Which was Declared a Draw. A New Jaraey Mill Burned j 8upplies and material in Down. i process of manufacture and I accounts noiounting to iJSOO.OOO. U 13 uiulerstood the failure ia due 'o the inability to co'lect due the firm by the various roads for rent olcais. The property is put into the Tin- Inrtlnn KxcUenienr. Uy 1'ress.l "MASOAX (N. Nov. this moining received a from Sims, a town 40 miles west, slating that the people were co-i'iiig i" I'lom .Muddy and lleu'l rivers, having been warned by the Sioux to lookout for themse'ver. The Shei ill'shipped 40 guiw to Suns and Ilehrou. Captain Hallonin, the com- manding oflicjr :it Fort Abraham Lin- coln, maintains there in no ground for alarm. OMAHA Nov. special to the Jiee from the Pino Ridge A-'eiicy, siiys: Two of the most blf scouts in the Government's em- ploy .said to (tciioral Biooke last night Unit 150 of Wounded Knee's fanatics, iwlud'ng some of the most do.verate ami tr. (-borons redskins in this part of the country, have moved to Whito rive.1, 20 miles north of he.e, and have ugmn bojun the ghost dance in a W'lder mauner than ever known thus far. The scouts talked with sev- eral lenders, und all declared they woald shoot any Government oQicials or soldiers who attempted to buppiess the dance. This is by far the most menacing news that has come to Gen- era1 Brooke since hin arrival. All the Indiana in these 150 lodges are armed with Winchesters, navy re- volvers and knives. They have large quantities of ammunition and provis- ions, and are receiving heavy lein- t'orcoments hourly. General L'rooko received a telegram from Miles n'rjht giving him power to call just as many more troops tj this ivi he deemed expedient. Some of the scouts and Indian police sent out Thirsday to notify the non- dnncing faction to move into the pyncy precincts until the trouble is Bottled have returned and report that the friendly Indians are willing to come in and that some have already done so. It is believed all will bo in by Sunday night. The dangerous work of bringing the disiorbers to time will begin on Mon- day morning. Gec-eral Brooke has re- ceived an intimation that the War De- partment will certainly insist upon suppression of the ghost dance at aM Both the commander and the agent were greatly chagrined and net lied ut learning lust nigH that another lot of somj Ho. ebud warrors had put in an appearance, as if they had risun out of tbeear'.h. only twe've miles noithwest Oi here and wore p'cpuring to establish a gho -t seance. These all have WincIiesU'isunit me loaded down with atmnuiii'ion. PIKKKB (S. Nov. tele- gram fiom S. states that seven have been killed by the Indians near Li'lmu, and ing for the militia. No one here cred- its the report, of the massacre. WASHINGTON, Nov. Ac-ing Com- missioner licit has received the fol- lowing telegram iVom Agent Dixoo: "The Indians at Crow C.cek and Lower Brulo aie under good contro'. Have had three leaders from other reservations under arrest at Cicek, and discharged them 1111- d-r a prom'ie of good behav- ior. The Indian police are a sufficient protection under present indications. There aie no Indians awuy I'rom this reservation, far as the police can ascertain." The lias sent a circu- lar to all Indian agonts except the agents uf the in Dakota, in re- gard io the dunce. lie says: "It is very important, in view of the tendency of siu'li an to oMuin a of the In- dians that llii- with both bands. Jackson lowered his head as he tried the body hook, and Goddard struck his left eye on his opponent's head, getting a bad cut Afraid of Popular By Cable and Associated Press.] DUIII..N, Nov. 22. The Government has forbidden a n.eeting to bo held at New Rosa to-morrow, to express con- fidence in ParneH. silver 102. A DOCTOR'S CONFESSION. if an omergenpy Advance In By As-ocialccl "CHICAGO, Nov. The freight partment of the Transcontinental As- sociivtion bus decided to advance n rales on Pacific Coast business, be- ginning December 1. He Take Illicit Medicine mid AttvlncH the Krporter Not To. "Humbug? Of course it is. The so-called science of medicine is a bum- hug and hus been since the time of Hippocrates to the present. Why the crank in the Indian tribes is the medicine man." "Very frank was the admission, especially so when it came from one of the biggest young physicians of the city, one whose practice is among the thousands, though he has been grad- uated but a few says the Bu'- falo Courier. "Very cozy was his office, too, with its cheerful grate fire, its Queen Anne furniture, and its many loumres and easy-chairs. He stirred the lire lazily and went on." "Take the prescriptions Inid down intheboks and what do you find? Poisons mainly and nauseating stua's that wou'd make a healthy man an invalid. Why in the world science should go to poisons for its remedies I cannot 11, nor can I find any one who can." "How docs the dr3tor know the effect of his he psked. "He calls, prescribes and goes away. The only way to would stand over the bed and watch the pa- tent. This cannot be done. So really I don't know how he is to tell what good or hurt he dr s. Sometime ago, you remember, the Boston Globe sent but a reporter with a stated set of symptoms. He went to eleven prom- inent physicians and brought back eleven c'Ifferent This jmt how much science there is in medicine." There are local diseases of various characters for which nature provides positive remedies. They may not be included in the reguliu- physician's list, i -rhaps, because of their sim- plicity, but the evidence of their cura- tive nowur is beyond dispute. Kidney disease is cured by Warner's Safe Cnre, a stricily herbal remedy. Thou- sands oi t -rsonn, every year, write as dees H. J. Pontiao, R. 1., August 7. 1890: few years ago I Buffered more than probably ever will be known out- Hide of myself, with Hdney and liver complaint. It is the old vis- ited doctor after doctor, but to no avivl. I was tit Newport, and Dr. lUackman recommended Warnei's Safe Cure. I 'commenced the use of it, and found relief immediately. Al- together I took threo bottles, and 1 tnnhfuilv state that it cured me." The King, in his speech, said the_ libetal appropriations which had been made weio somewhat in excess of the estimates of the revenues of the coun- try, and would necessitate a careful arid economical administration on the part of the Ministry. Prepamcions wore being made when the steamer left Honolulu for the cele- bration of the fifty-fourth anniversary of the King's birth on the ICth of No- vember. The papers, in commenting on the work of the Legislature, state that no important new laws had been enacted, the elite.' business of the session hav- ing been the amendment of old ones. The Constitution remains in all its main features as when adopted in 1887. The failure of tho National Reform party to carry their vote of want of confidence in tho Ministry continues the present Cabinet in office for the current two years. By December 1st most of the sugar mills will have started on the crop of 1891, prompted by a desire to have as much sugar as possible sent to San Francisco before April 1st, when the duty will be removed. The sugar crop is estimated at about tons, The Commercial Advertiser says regarding the provisions of the Mc- Kinley bill: "It must be borne in mind that the sugar estates oi these islands are largely owned by residents of the United States, and whatever reduction of incomes is detived under the free sugar will be felt as much in the "United States as'heie." Among the vessels at Honolulu are tlie United Slates steamers Charleston sad Mohican, the British war vessel Triumph and tho training ship Tsukuba. FKOM THE SAMOAN ISLANDS. APIA (via steamer ports from several outlying districts indicate that the natives are becoming impressed with the idea that the Chief Justice appointed Ly the three powers under the Berlin Treaty is not coming to Samoa, and are applying to redeem their arms, which hod been pledged to the storkeepers for food and supplies. The laws are strict against the sale of firearms or ammunition to the natives, yet they manage to secure Several minor disturbances on the outlying islands have been reported. A public meeting of the residents of A pia WPS held on October 29th, and resolutions were adopted expressing dissatiafaccion at the delay of the nnd going to the ground, where he remained some seconds. Wrran he rose he forced Jackson to tho roprss with smashes on the ribs. Ho was, however, sent down again with a blow in the face, and the round closed with Goddard rallying wild'y- The fourth round was one of tho fieicest of the fight, the men punch in- each oiher with both hands, and there was continued clinching and breaking away. Goddard made a rush and forced Jackson across the ring amid great excitement. The men were both too much exhausted to get in a knockout blow, and were staggering toward each other when time was called. lu the fifth, during heavy counter- ing, Goddaid got in a numbsr of clean blows on the face and head, and a ringing left-hander forced Jackson across the ropes, and he showed signs of distress. The blows were pretty evenly dis- tributed during the sixth round. In the seventh while the referee was parting the combatants after a clinch, Jackson received a blow which caused his seconds to cry "foul." The claim was not allowed, and Goddard forced the pace, planting his left on tlie jaw and his right on the ribs. Jackson fought more warily nod got in some good body blows. In the eighth and last round Jack- son tried hard to wind his man, but Goddard stood up to him and got home with both hands on the face, stopping Jackson's rash. There were smart exchanges, and Goddard essay- ed a rush, but Jackson stopped him with his left on the ribs. Goddard landed his right and left on Jackson's fact. Time was, then called and the contest Professor Miller, the referee, said one of the judges decided in favor of Jackson and the other in favor of Goddard, so he declared the contest a draw. Fit tern Mvn Reported Killed. By Associated Press.) JERSEY CITY, Nov. Wells Fargo Company's express building fell down this morning, and it is reported that fifteen men are killed. The walls of the building in the course of erection by Wells Fnrgo Co., fell this morning, burying a large number of men in the ruins. Eight masons, twelve iron workers and fifteen laborers were taken out and cariied to the hospital. The injuries of some are regarded as fatal and it is probable some of them will die. One man is known to be dead, his body being crushed under the heavy iron girdiugs. Tho iron giroings were too heavy for the brick work, causing a collapse in the walls. The men are still hving taken out of the ruins. Only one killed, Georgo Bar- rett, and twelve Italian laborers were hurt, one or two of whom will die. The broken wall was too freshly built to stand the strain of the high wind which prevailed and the weight of the timbers. _ _ itallroad Arcidenr. By Associated Press. KANKAKBE Nov. A south- bound fast mail on the Illinois Central was wrecked this morning. Tho fire- man was crushed to death and the engineer's leg was cut oil' and his arm shattered. The accident caused by a misplaced switch. B-'nciory Huructl. Bv Assoc'ated IVe.-f-.l "ALTON Nov. The Flint Glass Factory buildings of the Illinois Glass Works, werj burni'd this morn. ing. Loss FUKMS1IING_GOOPS. HATS S HOKS._____ 1890. FALL AND WiNTER. 1891, A l-ni-Re JLoan. Dy Cable and Associated Press.] P.utis, Nov. 22. A French loan of francs will bo issued on January 1st. Xnvlarntlon Closed. Uy Cable and Associated Press. icusui-KG, Nov. The Neva is j'rozen over and navigation heie is closed. _ ___ Tumble WeeilH Htop a Train. A train on the Hunt system, says a Portland dispatch, loaded with stock, was de'.ained in a deep cut all Tuesday night by "tumble weeds" on the track. These weeds, which gro-.v to a bight of about two feet, with incurving brauches, which give them a globular form, flourish on summer fallows in that section, and 'when torn up by harrows, roll before the wind till stopped by a fence or a railroad cut. Crushed beneath tli'j wheels, the weeds greased the track. MY STOCK OF- Formic Fall and Winter Is now complete, ronilitlnx ft tlielKinett and Me- dium Uradcsol Men's and Boy's Clothing AND FURNISHING FINTS BEA.VER OVERCOATS, Chinchilla and Kerseys. A Inrgo assortment of Men's and Boys' Fine Wool and Merino Underwear. A fine line of Men's and Boys' Wool Cotton Socks _, Largest best line of in tlie State, also a full line of JOHN B. STETSON CO.'S HATS. A Large Assortment of Men'? and Boys' Suspenders. The Finest Line of Men's French Kid and Buck Gloves In tho State, and a full lino of Wool-Lined CJloves and Finest Lino of Mwear am -------ALWAYS ON IIAFD.------ BOOTS AND SHOES ENDL.KSS THAT DEFY COMPETITION. AT PKICES Custom Made Pants Always On Hand. IN Wo Imvo the finest assortment in all grades, run- ning in price from upwards. Cnrson Valley. Nev., November 16, to the wife of Klwood Wyatt, a so.i. HiiHH SluUc to McaMure on Shortcut Country Orders will Receive Prompt Attention. JOHN SUNDERLAN TvrrESV.AJO.A.. MAR D Fahrtmngnt Valtey.I.lncoln CO.. Wm. Mat.ln. a native of Clcvelanl, Ohio', aged jsyen.s. ________ TAKE ADVANTAGE RE AT PIREMIUM SALE. Ofjour Now Stock of Dry Groocls The Stock Market. By Cable and AssoclDted Press.j LONDON, Nov. Stocks opened buoyant, but prices afterward fell slightly on realizing sales. The prices compared with the closing of yesterday showed an advance all along the line. The market closed very steady at a slight reaction from the best prices. NEW YOKK, Nov. 22. There is noth- ing in the news this morning to change the temper of stock dealings, which coutinxied to show the activity and strength of yesterday, making mater- ial advances over the entire list, prices were all higher. Great animation was shown First Wlll bo paid to any competent chemist who wfll Bud, on analysis, a particle of Mercury, Potash, or other poisons in Swlf t'a Specific (8. 8. 8.) AH EATING SORE Henderson, Tox., Ang. S3, eigh- teen months I had an eating aoro on my tongue. I was treated by tho best local physicians, but obtained no relief, the Boro gradually growtoff worse. I concluded dually to tryS.S. 8.. ana was entirely cured after using a few bottles. You havo wy cheerful permission to publish tho above statement for the bencCt of those similarly afflicted." C. B. McLEMonc, Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Prices Lower than Ever. ss ssaaaeu TT powers in carrying out the provisions "ally ui St. Paul, Union Pacific, J ___. n Tiro tor VPM Atr-mflnn. On Wednesday, November 26, at 10 o'clock A. si., north of Reno, on Sierra A1.M. of tho tieaty and establishing a per- i.'aoent Government in Samoa; ako, p.-oiesting against any lurther levying or collecting of duties or taxes until the establishing of such Government, and requesting the Consular Board not to disburse or expend any furthe.- por.ion of the public moneys without fi'st consulting the taxpayers as to the proposed expenditure and obtain- ing their t onsent thereto. The Con- suls were also to communi- cate to their respective Governments by cablegram the necessity of at ouce establishing an effective Government on the islands. United (states Consul Sewall was ab- sent at the time, h.nng at Savaii with Henry Adams, the American his- torian, and the New York artist. The German and English Consuls, however, received the depu- tation and agreed to comply with the lequests contained in the resolutions. Since then word has been received that the Chief Justice is on his way here via England and the United States, and an easier feeling now pre- vails. A PRtZE FIGHT. MBLBOUBNB (via steamer Alameda) Peter Jackson and Joe.Goddard fought street. Nortbein' Pacific preferred, Atchison, Richmond West Point and Rock Island, and all except the Missouri Pacific and Northern Pacific preferred showed material advances, llock Isl- and and Union Pacific rose St. Paul and sugar refineries The uigent demand ol trading slacked toward 11 o'clock, and there was a partial reaction, while the Vii- lard's showed considerable weakness, but no material progress was made in a downward direction, however. The stock market closed active and strong at the best prices of the day. A Htr kc. By Associated Press.] NABITVILLE, Nov. thousand coal miners, nine-tenths of all the miners in A'abanaa, will probably strike. Representatives from every mine in the State have been in session here this week. Three days ago they demanded an increase of wages on December 1 st. The demand has been refused by all the companies Will Be Extradited By Cable and Associated Press.] LONDON, Nov. Foreign Office has promised to extradite Pad- lewsky, suspected of having murdered General Seliverekoff in Paris, is ar- SCOTT'S EMULSION Of Pure Cod Liver Oil and HYPOPHGSPHITES of Lime and Soda 18 endorsed and prescribed by physicians because both the Cod Uver Oil ond tlie recognized agontsln the cure of Contumftlon. It Is PACIFIC BREWERY, Reno Soda Works and Granite Saloon, GK KERTH, to Becker. Boer by tho Glass, Quurt, Bottle or Keg at shortest notice LaWlJeerof the best quality always on hand. Orders from tlie country receive prompt attention. Commercial sgonts an palatable aa milk. C. NOVACOVICH. H. I. BKRR BERRY MACOVICil, ___Wholesale nnd Retail Dealers in----- Groceries, Provisions, FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, Fist: ana: Oysters In season. FRUITS OK ALL KINDS. Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Crockery We carry a fine assortment of FANCY GROCF.RIKS. Commercial Row, Reno, Nevada. Fireworks, Flags, Firecrackers, II. F1S1IE11 CO., SACRAMENTO, CAL etc. Wo make a Hprclalty of Kxlilhlilon Oooda. renpeolfully r> correspond with UH, ai we K've you noreand belter than any other onipany on the coant. Send for Price List. H. FISHER .anest Dealersjn Pacific Coast. verfttt Man. It Scoff's Emulsion i! a wonderful fleth Best Remedy lor CONSUMPTION, Scrofula, Bronchitis, Wattinsr eases, Chronic and Ask for Scott's Emulsion and take no other. T. J. GARDNER, an eight round draw at Melbourne on rested within British dominions. The October 20th. Jackson was in poor police are aearching for hi mm London. OVERJHYMER'S STABLE, Comer" of Second and Sierral Street, Reno THE FINEST LINE OK Reno Livery JOIIN POTHOFF.Prop'r OPPOSITE UEPOT. Call at this office for your job work. Livery and Feed Stable First-class at reasonable prices. Transient Mtoek Carefullr Pro Tided for. MI A Room, OR ROOMS FOR RENT, NEAR TH bricic school house. Inquire of A. O Porter, GAZBTTE office, for particulars. NOTICE TO RANCHERS ON AND AFTER THE FIRST day of November next I will sell ap- ple trees at the following low rates m large lots for cash with order: ,.pple trees 2 to 4 feet high, cts each by he 100 or 1000; apple trees 4 to 7 feet high 25 ctH each by the looor icoo; apple trees 7 to i2 cet high 50 cts each by the loo or 1000 bearing sire and age, but cash must accompany the order and the cost of ceuls per >alc, if no discount to any one. STEPHEN CONNER. Reno and Mt. Hope N urstries. Reno, Nevada. WILLIAM BROTHER, BEEP, MUTTON, PORK, VEAL, ETC. Commercial How Mlerra Lots for Sale. t OR WORK KUGIBLE BDILDINO 1 I H I for sale at easy prices and A.VftimrMuth of the T.iuckee river, souh of the SPAPERf ;