Reno Evening Gazette, November 3, 1890

Reno Evening Gazette

November 03, 1890

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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 3, 1890, Reno, Nevada '19 I ihe Reno Gazette lias the beet Etwtwn and Coast Telegraph Report of any paper between San Francisco and Salt Lake. A Look it Uie Gazette Will convince anj one of its superior excellence as a newspaper. VOL. XXX. RENO, WASHOB COUNTY, NEVADA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1890. MISCELLANEOUS. H. LETER, THE BON TON TAILOR, just received a fine lint ot Fall goods, both FRENCH AND DOMESTIC. buils made to order cheaper than any other place in the city A perfect fit guaranteed or no sale. VIRGINIA STRKlvT, NEAR COMMERCIAL KOW, RKNO, NKVADA. aosep Which Continued Four Days. for IRISH LEADERS Hi HEW mi. Speculations Concerning the Next Congress. FIFTY CENTS PER WEEK. "All classes of legitimate ad- vertisements, not exceeding Biz Iine0, inserted in this column lor fifty cents per week. For Sale. A FINK SWfcl-.T TONKD PIANO, nil I'oirc-l'olcl lufnltu.e to.i> siing of bed-.oom U'ui.i'i tab'e, bcd-'ounge, etc aUo house to lent. Ke-> deuce sd Street, licit door to J. Mcl'n' u's ieb deuce. MRS. MUNDK.'.L. Strayed or Stolen- ON Tu'liMUAY NIGHT FROM MY arable jn Keno. oil: darn e ay CD't, no brand, on a leot e.' I eao ha'ler A leahonable will be paid foi its reltnu tome. K. II HUssKY. iiova.f Decision by Judge Pratt Jn Trust Cases. the TjlIVK YOKK J} of A. For Sale. OK WORK OXEN. boutawde. IN- Sitnation 'Wanted. AS BOOKKfcKPKR, OR office walk, I'e.uiaueut position ces in town a.ul d with all modern improvements. n.LLEN. For Sale. Gloves, purses, pipes, books, plates, Envelopes, tablet i, inks, pencils, slates, Oils, perfumes, knives, shears, traps, Razors, brushes, cosmetics, soaps, s.raps, Glue, needles, and a variety mo. e, Elegant tliiugsnt the Reno Bargain Store. _______________1300__________ Two Kecelvem Appointed. By Associated Press.] NEW YORK, Nov. Pratt handed down a decision in the sugar trust case, in which he says a receiver- ship is necessary and that two re- ceivers should be appointed. The receivers will take possession of all and moneys of the trust. It is understood that no person identified directly with the tiust will be pointed. The Judge gives the two parties to the suit until Thursday to agree upon two persons to bo appointed as receiv- ers. A Brooklyn Judge has rendered a decision in tbe cases involved, known i-s Cameron against Havemeyer and Havemeyer against the Brooklyn Ke- finery Company. The Judge justified the original injunction restraining the plan of reorganization, but says it has been superseded by the publication of a plan under the consent of both par- ties. If, as the plaintiffs say in their own bill, the original trust agreement be void, certainly they ought not to attempt to perform the duties which its lauguage imposed upon them, be- causo such act would constitute fur- ther offenses against the law, which would subject the corpoiatious com- posing tl-e dust to a forfeiture of tbeir charters. The object of the trust Having failed, tbe certificate holder had a right to demand that the al'airs of the uust be wound up and he have his share of the joint property. His Honor knows no way by which this can be accomplished, except by the unanimous consent of the certificate holders, or on an application to the Courts. The news that the sugar trust case had been decided against the trust wits not generally known until nearly noon, but before the Stock Exchange opened rumors were freely circulated A NfW Vanderbilt Oral. By Associated Press.] CHICAGO, Nov. opinion is that Morgan's visit means speedy consummation of another Vanderbilt deal more startling than the much talked of Union Pacific and North- western deal. The fact is generally known that Drexel, Morgan Co. hold a controlling interest in tbe Joi- let Eeastern Belt and Chicago, Mil- waukee St. Paul railroads. The lat- ter have been compelled to take sides with those opposed to the Northwest- ern and Union Pacific, which is'Dot what Drexel, Morgon A Go. desire. II baa been tbeir intention to bring thsse roads into tbe Vanderbiit foW. The opinion is expressed that this will be done as soon an Morgan re- turns to New York. Those on the in- side pretend (o know that before many days a trafifo agreement similar: to that existing between the Union Pacific road and the Northwestern will be made between the Northwest- ern and the Milwaukee ,St. Paul, and it is even predicted by some that a consolidation of the two systems will be made. The attitude lately assumed Dy the Union Pacific indi- cates that something of the sort will be dane. Tbe Northwestern alone could give the Union Pacific all the west-bound traffic it needs, but with the Milwaukee St. Paul added, which connects with the Union Pacific at Kansas City, Omaha and Sionx City, the latter would have all the feeders it needs and can defy all other connections. The Elgin, Joliet Easton connects w ith all of the Vanderbilt lines east from the Chicago, Milwaukee St. Paul and Chicago Northwestern systems, and by the use of those con- necting links the Vanderbilt lines, east and west of Chicago-, will be able to transact through traffic without go- ing through Chicago and paying heavy terminal transfer charges. Tho consummation of the deal, as outlined in tbe foregoing, will give the Vander- bilts absolute control of the gigantic railway system from. New York to Ogden, Utah, and all they would want would be the control of the Central Pacific branch of the Southern Pacific to give them independent lines through from the Atlantic to the Pa- cific Oceans, with terminals both at San Francisco and Portland, Oregon, by the Oregon Short Line of the Union Pacific, which, is already furnishing an outlet to the latter point. The fact that negotiations are already going on between the Vanderbilts and Leland Stantord and other owners of the Southern Pacific, with the view of obtaining possession of the in- terests of those parties in the Southern Pacigc has already been mentioned, and there is a probability that Van- derbilt will acquire control of the The Old Mu Bloqveat. and Associated Press.] LOVDOS, Nov. started on bis return from Scotland to-day. At Montroee a large number of friends gave him an enthusiastic reception. The scene was repeated at Arbroath, and his Dundee admirers presented him with a walking stick and a lunch- eon basket. When at Peebles a dele- g ition of workingmen presented him with a traveling rag, and Gladstone delivered a short speech and referred spaech by Lord Harrington at tho Liberal Unionist meeting in Edin' burgh on Friday. Ctolns; Hone to Vote. By Atsoctpied WASHINGTON, Nov. Presi- dent le.t heie this morning for In- dianapolis, where lie to vote. Attorney-General Miller and scions. Cashier Weeks of the Grand, who is crippled, was almost overcome when he was assisted pat by the ele- vator boy. There were several other narrow escapas. By 5 o'clock the flames had ppread along the eastern end of (he block, arid waa bursting from the roof and windows. The wind was slight, and tbe efforts of the fire- wen to confine the fire within the block occupied by the Burlington and Gi-and were successful.- About 6 j o'clock the roof of the Burlington Hoiol fell in, carrying a part of the Grand. In a short time interior of the Burlington was a complete wreck, j and the front of the Graod, on Mnrket street, wasaleo a ruin. The western end was saved. The fiist floor of the Burlington, on Second street, was oc- _.i_ j FURMSHING GOODS, HATS BOOTS AND SHOKS. 1890. FALL AND WINTER. 1891. Daughter left here fa "company the President. The former will aJflo vote in Indianapolis to-rao-Tow, and expects to remain there several days. With the single es.-eptioa of the Second Assistant Postmaster-Gene1 at all prfcininent officials in the o Department have gone home to A la-'ge nunaber from the Interior De- partment have also gone. Another Killed, By Associated Press. I ELKHOBN (W. Nov. McCoy, leader of the notorious McCoy gang, was killed in Logan county last Friday evening by a man named Dempsey, a member of the Hatfleld gang. The country is wild with ex- citement, and it is believed that if Dempsey and his companions a'p found the death of McCoy will lu avenged. Hlcto Koropeaa By Assoc'a'ed Press.] NEW YORK, Nov. steamer Eelgravia arived this morning, haviny over 1.000 immigrants .on board, mostly Italians from Mediterranean ports. The captain refused to state that su-a'l-por was among tbe parsen- gei B. The health offii era took charge of tbe sick passengers, quarantined them and disinfected the steamer. property. To Let for the 'Winter. APAKT OH, OR MY KNTIRK RKSI- deuce, furnished. Apply at my olttce HI butiilerluud's ocoii UK K. BERGSTEIN. For Sale. FAMILY CARRIAGE HOUSE, phaeton mid h.irnvisfoi very cheap. Apply at this oflicc at once sepibtt For Trade. A LOT OF GOOD UOllSKS AND CAT- tle to trado for aheep. Apply at this office. ___________________aep.utf Choice Residence Property FOR ONE HALF MILE 1'KOM the Railroad Uepo. ami one-fourth mile liom the Si.Ue Uimursity. WuUr wltli the proper.y. If you wish to make n home come unU see me. II. F. LEKTK. Fine Boota and f-l O TO H. F FOR MNK MKNb Indies and childrens boots aud shoes 1-itie custom work n specialty, ner.tly done. septltf Ladies Remember riMIAT MRS. s. C. JUD1) CARRIES THOSE JL beautiful fitting Madame McCabe Cor- sets, the Fer. s Waists, Rawhngs' Shoutdei Unices, White House Cook Book ai'd Stnnle> 's Attic-. Call and examine the goods. Residence 3 doors north Opeia House ___ oc- BrooklnV Steam Candy Factory mHE JT1KST CANDY Jf'ACTOKV JL Reno. Fresh candy every hour. Call am get prices orsniallqnautiticsor bythebarrel Wholesale prices same as San Francisco. iai4tf C. J. BROOKJNS. Fir Sale. WINDOW WEIGHTS. ALWAYo baud and for sj'e at the mchutt UN'ON IRON WORKS. O.N that a receiver was to be appointed> and there were large crowds of brokers waiting to execute the selling orders received since Saturday. Rumors o: the probability of a receivership frigh- tened oil' buyers, and as a result, the heavy selling caused a sharp decline. Prices dropped 3% to 62, then rallied to 64 on reports that no decision had been handed down, and when the official news adverse to the decision was published the price fell from 64 to Ihe sales in the first hour were heavy, amounting to one-fourth of the entire capital of the trust. While the decline was in full force, the rest of the market became stag- nant, and during the greater parL of the day the transactions in the sugar trust absorbed all interest. Storm at Sea. By Cable and Associated Press.] LIVERPOOL, Nov. steamer Pennsylvania, from Philadelphia, has arrived. She encountered a hurr'cane svhich lasted for four days and the passengers were kept below declt for sixty hours. Mo Callers Meceivctl. By Associated Press.] NKW YOI-.K, Nov. Irish leaders refused themselves to all cullers t'ris morning, but they will hold a reception this afternoon. Powder. Perfect A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder- Superior to every other known. The Next Congress. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Nov. 3. The Con- gressional Committees have about completed tbeir campaign work and have figured out the possible resists to-mo' row 's election Tb e Democratic committee the Democratic majority in tbe next House at 30. The Republican committee conc3des to the Democrats 153 d-'stricts and claims 159 diolricis, leaving 20 d'e- tricts doubtful. Of the latter they claim enough to give tbe Republicans the House by a majority Leven. Tc-day'0 Oliver Pnrcbaaes. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Nov. 3. The Treasury Department has resumed the purchase of silver. The amount offered was ounces; the amount pur- chased was ounces, as follows Forty thousand ounces at 064 000 ounces at 0655; at 0655 and at Taken by tbe Police. By Cable and AMOolated Fiew.] LONDON, Nov. 3. At tbe instigation of vigilance associations the polica en- tered the Pall Mall galleries and seized a number oi alleged obscene paintings illustrating Rabelais' works. The paintings were taken to the police slr- tions. The public have been daily crowding the gallery. Hla Brother. By Associated Press.] NASHVJ-UC, Nov. 3. William B. Fisher, editor of the Student in 'this city and a brother of Adolf Fisher, the Chicago anarchist, says the Fisher who committed sui- cide in Pittsburg yesterday is no rela- tion of his, that Adolf is his only Brother in this country. Pbotocrapher Arrested. By Cable and Associated Press.] TJPPRBABY, Nov. During the ircceedings in the coaapiraQy tvial to-day Patrick O'Brien attempted to photograph a witneas. He waa ar- rested and the magistrates adjudged guilty of contempt and sentenced him to one week imprisonment. by a Circus Horse. B.v Cable and Associated Press.] Sr. PETEr.bBuao, Nov. 3. At a circus performance here, which wai attended by the Czar and family, oce of the tiained horses attacked Man- ager GinselH, aod bit and tra-npled upon him. The Czar and family ab- ruptly left the bjild'ng. A general p.vnic followed, and toe per.'ortnanca closed. Nomination Declined. By Cable and Associated Press.) LONDON, Nov. has de- clined to suind as a the rectorship of the University at Aber- deen. He gives h'q advanced age as his reason for declining the nomina- tion.____________ Bfevr Bank. By Cable and Associated Press.] ST. PETjsrsEURG, Nov. S. The Orash-Danin says a new bi-.rk to be nown as the Asiatic Bank will sboi t'y be established in St. Petersoutg, w'.h a capital of cnpiod by inilfinery add novelties, C. Downing, rxoprietary medicines, and E. H. VPferdwett, win- dow shades and fixings. These were gutted, as were also Hwster Bros. A Co., ihe Board of Trade rooms and Burr s Folding Bed Companys. The places of business on Market street of the Southern Pacific and other ticket offices under the Grand, together with Fny's saloon, were damaged by water. The Grand Hotal was opjned in 1870, by Messrs. Johnson Co.. and at that time was considered one of the finest hotels in the world. It was four stories high and had a frontage of 100 feet on Market street. Two years ago about half of the block was leased to other parties, and was called the Bur- lington Hotel. The total includ- ing the buildings, stores, furniture and stocks, is estimated at interior of the Grand Hotel was not damaged to tho extent at fitst believeJ, and it is now B'.aled the total Io38 will probably not exceed one-third of the first estimala. Mis. Burlington estimates the loss on her furniture and fixtures at Huster Bros.'s loss is K. H. VVardell, fuily insured. Tne 1 Grand Hotel bar was badh damaged by smoke and water. The fine col- lection of minerals und exhibits of the State Board of Trade is believed to he an entire loss. Individual losses cannot yet be ac- curately deter joined, but Hill Gold- man, dealers in druggists' supplies, lose about the Hall Safe and Lock Company about Ned Fay, proprietor of the hotel bar, esuinntas his loss at or Charles, Laubenheimer, barber shop, in- surance, John Donton, trunk manufacturer, insured; ex- Postmaster Bryan's drug slore lost between and insured. Water in manv instances did us much if not more damage than fire. The losses on the Burlington building are estimated at between and STOCK OK------ For the Full and Winter In now complete, consisting of the Finest and Me- dium Grades ol and Boys AND FURNISHING GOODS. FINE BEAVER OVERCOATS, Chinchilla anil Kerseys. A large assortment of Men's and Fine Wool and Merino Underwear. A lino line of Men's and Wool ami Cotton Socles Largest and best line of HLA.TS In the State, also a full Hue of JOHN B. STETSON A CO.'S HATS. A Large Assortment of Men'? and Boys' Suspenders. The Finest Line of Men's French Kid and Buck Gloves In the State, and a full line of Wool-Lined Oloves and Mills. Till! Finest Line of Neckwear -ALWAYS ON HAND.- BOOTS AND SHOES ------IN ENDLKSS AT PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION. Custom Made Pauls Always On Hand. IN BOYS' OLOTHING, We have the finest assortment in all grades, run- ning in price from upwards. MuitH to .llfUNUrc on Mliortcnt Xotice. ountry Orders will Receive Prompt Attention. JOHN SUNDERLAND, Weather Special to the GAZETTE.! SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. is a I frecust of fair weather, with frosts in tbe exposed places in Northern Cali-! forn'a and in Western Nevada. TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. Bar silver, 06. General Castlenan, aid-dc-camp to Napoleon III, is dead. A heavy gale on the English coast A Case Advanced. i By Associated Press.] J WASHINGTON, Nov. Supreme 5lnU llie wreckage which came ashore t TT -t j oi i i indicate disasters at sea. Court of the United States to-day granted a motion to advance the case j ijie Rareka (Saloon of Subuga Jugiro, under sentence of I nonnre it. _j. _ Men De- death by electricity. Used in Millions of Years the Standard. Delicious Cake and Pastry, Light Flaky Biscuit, Griddle Cakn Palatable and Wholesome. No other baking powder does such work. A By Associated Press.] Nov. 3. Tbe wholesale dry goods House of Le Baron, Holt 4 Co. made a voluntary assignment this morning. The assets arfr.flftced at and tbe liabilities at The Vice lya Dlnaater. By Associated Press, i NEW YORK, Nov. 8. No further news baa been received from tbe of the Vizcaya disaster, and no bodies have been found. COAST DISPATCHES. A Destructive Grand Hotel in KatnH. By Associated P.ess.J EUlNc.sfco, NdV. before 3 o'clock this morning a lire was discovered under the Burlipjtoa House, adjoining the Grand Hotil, in the basement oi the store occupied by Hnsfer "Bros. Co., dealers in paints and artists' supplies. The flames spread ranidly throughout the b. ment of the block boanded by Market, New Montgomery, Stevenson and Second streets, and then spread to the first floor occupied by the Hall Safe and Lock Company, Hill Goldman, druggists' supplies, Board of Trade rooms, Pullman. Pa'ace Car Com- pany's office, the Great Wesiem Rail- road ticket office and tbe Syndicate Investment Company. The smoke in the meantime bad aroused the in- mates of the Grand and Burlington, and the frightened guests rushed t the sidewalk with what valuables they could carry. Tbe fire soon shot up though tbe freight elevator, in the rear of the Grand Hotel, and a disastrous conflagration was looked for. A gen- eral alarm brought the- remaindei'of the fire department to the scene. 1 ho front of Hoster Bros. Co.'a store blew out with a load explosion, and a large volume of smoke poured out almost overcoming tbe firemen. Jacob Underbill, a wine merchant, was over- come by tbe smoke in the Grand Hotel, and was carried oat ancon- The saloon keepers oi Eureka sent to a gentlemen in Reno the following dispatch, which shows the "Saloon- keetDrs' Protective Union" to be a myth; and that the circular sent out a few days ago denouncing the Hon. A. E. Cheney fcr tbe part he took in passing the early closing bill was got- ten up as a campaign document: November 3, 1890. To the b at of our knowledge there is no such organization as the Saloon- keepers' Protective Association of Eureka and no conceriid action by the saloons here to defeat A. E Cheney. Fred M. Heitman, Hank Knight, Walter J. Tonkin, Gus Hintz, Luther Clark, J. A. Ayies, P. McElroy, A. Jack'soa, Thos Dale. A BrJslE Runaway. This afternoon about 3 o'clock the team of George Campbell of VerJi, attached to a spring wagon, came down Sierra street past the Golden Hotel at a fearful gait, no one being in the vehicle. They kept straight ahead, crossing the rai'road track without slackening their pa e in the least, and continued south to First street, where the wagon was overturned and left, tbe homes con- tinuing to Virginia street, where one af them fell near the iron bridge and both were captured. Amies Salve. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, cbappe bauds, chilblains, corna all skin eruptions and porUively cures or no pay requited, It to guaranteed to zive satisfaction, or money refunded. Pr'cr n cents per box. Fo by Wm.Pinaifer. Why Buffer with bleeding, blind. Itching, and ulcerated piles, catarrh, old sores and chapped bands, when a few applications of Ablcllne Ointment it gnutaieed to effect a cure. Price, 'it cents Sold by Wm.Plnnlgre. Tbe original and genuine Abietlne preparations bear the- fac-iemlle alsaalore of D. F. KEYEB. TAKE ADVANTAGE ........OF OUB........ O R E A T PR EMIUM SALE. Ot our New Stock of Dry Groocls Prices Lower than Ever. 00BM. Tuscarora, Nevada, October aS, 1890, to Uje wife of Roger Iwherty, a Gold Bill, Weir., October x11890, to the wife of B. McTlgne, a son. PACIFIC BREWERY, Reno Ma Works and Granite Saloon. J. GK ;Snccessor to Becker. Beer by the Glass, Quart, Bottle or Keg at shortest noticp. Lager Beer of the best quality always on hand. Orders from the country receive prompt attention. Commercial Mow. Meno. Nevada. C. NOVACOVICH. H, J.BEKK BERRY XOVACOVICH, add Retail Dealers in----- Groceries, Provisions, FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, Fist: and: Oysters In season. FRUITS OK ALL KINDS, Wines, Liquors, Tobacco, Crockery. We carry a GROCERIES. fine assortment of FANCY Commercial Bow, Reno, Nevada. Reno Livery JOHN POTHOFF, Prop'r Fireworks, Flags, Firecrackers, Etc. II. FISHER CO., SACRAMENTO, CAL etc. Wo make a Hprclulty of Exhibition OoodH. CoinraiUenti rflttpeolfully axked to corroNpond with us, we nlvn ynu more and belter than any other company ot) the coast. Send for Price List. H. FISHER CO. Largest Dealers on Pacific Coast. OPPOSITE DEPOT. Livery and Feed Stable. First-class turnouts at reasonable prices Transient Mtock Cmretallj- vldert for. fro set A Pleasant Room, OR ROOMS FOR RENT, NEAR THK bncjc school house. Inquire of A, O. ter, GAZBTTB office, for particulars. Administration No ice. Ill EUNIiEBSIGNED ADMINISTRATOR J. oftheEstateofH. M. Gelger. debated hereby no tines all persona Ing claims Estate of said deceased, to mh tbo necessary vouchers, th? aahoe business. In County, state of me will be foiever mlbli being ordered summary by tbe Jud the Oct7-4w e.adde E' G8I8W01'D' Administrator. AHANPSOMKI.Y BOUND BOOK OP 148 "ymptoms of ell and recognized treatment according to tour different schools: will save in doctor-shUls r< GAZBTTE AND STOCKMAK one year f 2. Cardboard f AM. KINDS FOR 8AI.B onanle prices at the GAzerra Oficc. ;

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