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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 11, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                The Reno Gazette Has the beet Eastern and Coast Telegraph Report of any paper between San Francisco and Salt Lake. A Look at the Gazette. Will convince anyone of MS superior excellence as a newspaper. i VOL. XXX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1890. Several Brokers go to the Wall. A OTRAL DECLINE REPORTED. Especially Among the Villard Stocks. The Market Closed at Bottom The Mtoek Market. By Associated Press. 1 NKW YOKK, Nov. 11 A. M. Blocks opened ftt 1 and 2 points higher, following the lead of London. They became weak on large scales, declining steadily, for a short time, and then rallied making material gains all along the line. Churlea M. Whitney, a prominent member of the exchange has just suspended. There was a larger attendance of brokers on the floor of .the Exchange thin morning than for years. Every stock on the list had crowds of brokers trying to trade in it. When the mar- ket opened the scene was one of con- fusion and excitement. Cables re- porting an advance of 2 to 3 per cent, in London received before the opening caused the brokers to take the bull Bide, and a disposition to buy was shown all around. The largest crowds were in St. Paul, which at first was offered at 43, and then sold at when a heavy and unexpected selling by London drove the price down to The general list followed, and in a few moments the weakness of yesterday was evident, but heavy buying soon began to come in, and on active business an upward movement was resumed. Sugar opened up at an advance of on the appointment of H. O. Have- meyer, S. V. White and General Slo- cuin as receivers, and moved up to 57, and then reacted to 55, but soon once more was selling at 57. North American was the weak point In the market, opening at 27K. and in six minutes declined to and then alowly advanced to 24. A motion for judgment was reserved and the injunction will bo superseded as soon as the receivers take charge. Villard stocks seemed to bear the brunt of tin early attack. Northern Pacific preferred, showed a loss of three and Western Union two. Low prices brought more buying, however, and forced the market up and a smart rally took place. The strongest steck on the list was Union Pacific, which failed to go below the opening figure, and with a rally advanced to 48, against 44 at the opening. The rest of the list generally regained the early losses and in almost everything but VillardH, fractional advances were scored. The market at 11 was very stiff, but unsettled. The market rallied on the receipt of a private cable announcing that in gold was on the way to London from the continent and th.it money was easy in that center. The Vanderbilt brokers are heavy buyers of Union Pacific. At 2 o'clock there was a panic among the holders of Villlard stocks, and prices for North American and Northern Pacific had collapsed. One broker sold shares of North American, and shares were sold by other brokers, cauwing a decline of 8 jwrcent. Northern Pacific preferred lias already declined per cent, since the opening. The failure of Decker, Powell Co. was announced on the Stock change. At the failure of David Rich mood was announced on the Stock Exchange. Trading in stocks after 12 was marked by the apparent withdrawalo( nil support and special vicious attacks by the boars upon the Villards, which brought about the most rapid and dis- astrous drop of the present decline. The forces of the bears were concen- trated against Northern Pacific pre- ferred, and that stock before 2 M. had been forced off over 10 per cent., reaching 55, against at noon. The rest of the market sympathized to some extent, St. Paul showing the most weakness outside of the Villards. It dropped to 46% from 48, and all the active stocks are losing probably as much. There was a fractional re- action in the general list toward 1 P.M., but a steady drop in Northern Pacific preferred, accompanied by rumors of the noted Villard House be- ing in financial difficulties. The en- tire list soon became demoralized, and the losses from noon figures reached an average of from 1 to 3 and there was a perfect panic in Villards and Northern Pacific. Common lost from to while Worth American dropped to The market showed 'some strength toward delivery hour and Northern Pacific preferred rose to but at the market was act- ive and weak, with most of the lists at the lowest prices the day. Stocks remained very active in the last hour, with heavy sales under the rule, undoubtedly to demoralize some of the speculators. North American touched 18% and sugar, which had sold at 58, dropped to 64. The pres- sure abated towards the close and a few marked recoveries took place, St. Paul and Union Pacific being the most conspicuous. The market closed firm at the lowest prices of the day. BOSTON, Nov. desperate, but unsuccessful, effort was made upon the part of the bulls to advance stocks this morning, as fears were enter- tained that a further decline would lead to an actual panic. The quota- tions opened about 2 per cent, higher than last night as a rule. A further slight improvement wns wade, when there came the failure of a prominent Wall street house, and prices fell off. The trade changed for the better again, and by 12 o'clock prices were near those of the opening. At 1 o'clock the market was firm. PHILADELPHIA, Nov. stock brokerage firm of Narr Friend has suspended. They say their embar- rassment is caused by the continued drains produced by the active market of the past ten days. The firm hopes the suspension will be only temporary. They are unable as yet to make a statement of their assets and liabil- ities, but it is thought they will be heavy. LONDON, Nov. stock mar- ket opened feverish. Nearly every- body was buying to close their bear accounts, money is much easier, owing to the rumor that much gold has gone into the bunk of England. At P. M. the tone of the market was better compared with last night's closing prices. Consols for both money and account show an advance of Canadian Pacific 1 Erie Illinois Central 4, and New York Central 1. At P. M. the stock market was more quiet and prices steady. The accounts have been pretty well ar- ranged It reveals several stocks in a bear position. Rates for the continua- tion of loans are much lower. Only one failure thns far is reported and that one is of a small firm of brokers. At the close the prices of consols for both money and account, com- pared with the prices at p. M., were unchanged. Canadian Pacific advance 1 St. Paul common 4 j New York Central 2% and Pennsylvania 1. A Boot-Black Kills his Wife and Suicides. DESTRUCTIVE GALE IN MGLMP, Fatal Wreck of an English Railroad Train. A Prominent Physician Assas- sinated Near Lexington. Fatal Railroad Collision. By Cable and Associated Press.] LONDON, Nov. collision oc- curred to-day on the Great Western Railway at Norton Fitzwarren station, near Taunton, between a freight and special train from Plymouth convey- ing passengers from the steamer Nor- bam Castle, just arrived at Plymouth, from Cape of Good Hope. Ten per- sons were killed and eight injured. Tho collision, which occurred at 2 o'clock this morning, was caused by the negligence of the signal man. A freight train had been switched up the line to allow the down night mail train to pass, which it did nafely. The night was rainy! and dark and the Big1- nal man forgot the freight standing on the up track, and an up-bound special train, which consisted oi four carriages containing fifty passengers, rushed past the station at the rate of fifty miles an hour and dashed into the freight. The first car of the special was demolished, when the wreck took fire and six passengers were burned to death. The wreckage was piled to a height of eighty feet, and some of the pas- sengers were imprisoned in the cars for four hours. A negro was killed, and the eon of a missionary in South Africa, who was on his way to Amer- ica. A Mmall By Associated Press.] NKW ORLEANS, Nov. Presi- dent and Directors of the Whitney National Bank inform the Associated Press officially that the bank only loses by the failure of Whitney Co of New York, and that the bank is not interested in the firm. C. M. Whitney is a large stock- holder in the bank, and is also inter- ested in the Whitney Iron Works and in Baker Co., a large saddlery firm. Both claim they are not affected by ,he failure. Failures. By Associated Press.] NEW YOKK, Nov. assign- ment is reported of John T. Walker, Son Co., importers of silks, etc. They are rated by R. G. Dunns Co. at over The cause of the failure of Walker Son was tho inability of Nightingale Bros. Knight, silk manufacturers of Patterson, to liquidate their liabilities to the firm. According to assignee Rytes the Patterson firm owes the estate of John Walker Son of which was overdue. The active capital of Walker Son for two yeara has been so they were unable to withstand the loss. Owing to a tight market and the suspension concerning silk paper, caused by sev- eral recent failures, the firm was un- able to get their usual accommoda- tions and suspended payment. Their liabilities are with nominal assets of composed of in merchandise and worth of accounts and bills receivable, of which over is due from the firm of Nightingale Bros. Knight. The firm of Walker Son on the Exchange was considered very wealthy. It has been identified for years with the movements of Villard's stocks and was generally considered Villard's special brokers. The failure is considered to be the cloud that has been hanging over the stock market, and after it was announced a rally of 1 to 2 per cent, occurred. The firm is composed of John T. Walker, John W. Coombs, William Tyle and Joseph Walker, and it has made an assignment. Large Membership. By Associated Press.] PrrrsBUBG, Nov. fourth an- nual session of the National FAternaJ Congress, comprising nearly all the beneficiary organizations in the coun- try, began here this morning. Sixteen societies, with a total membership o! were represented. The con- vention will be in session several days, A Count Delayed. Special to the GAKETTK.] YKEKA, Nov. count of the vote of Siskiyou county is delayed bj a protest filed this morning -against a further count of the vote on tbe grounds that two of the supervisors had bet on the result. Liberal Offer. By Cable and Associated Press.] LONDON, Nov. the retired actor and theatrical manager, has offered to donate if ninety- nine others will each subscribe a like D, for the purpose of providing General Booth, the leader of the Sal- vation Army, with the money neces- sary to make a trial of his scheme for the improvement of the condition of ;he lower classes, as set forth in "In Darkest England." Bishop Whlttaker Honored. By Associated Press.] PHILADELPHIA, Nov. Thir- teenth Congress of the Episcopal hurch of the United States was inau- gurated this morning. Holy Com- munion was administered and a ser- mon preached by Bishop Clark, of Rhode Island. The Inaugural ad- dress was delivered by Bishop Whitaker, who presided. The Ses- sions will begin this evening and last tiil Friday. _____ Attempted Revolution. By Associated Press.] LA LTJBKBTAD (San Nov. the evening of the 9th inst. a part of tbe garrison at Gucigolpa, Honduras, incited by General Longino Sanchez, revolted and took possession of the arsenal. President Rogran at once took the field against the insur- gents, rallying Puebloa to his support, and already there has been severe fighting. San Salvador remains neutral. Murder and SnleMe. Special to the GAZBTTX.! SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. O'Laquez, a boot-black formerly em- in the barber shop of the Bald- win Hotel, shot and killed his wife last night and then committed suicide by cutting bis throat with a razor. He accused his wife of keeping bad company, which, however, is denied. They leave two little children. A Physician Assassinated. By Associated Press.] LKXDJOTON Nov. 11. Dr Boswell Gorbam, a prominent physi cian, residing six miles from Lexing- ton, was shot and killed by a negro named Duncan this morning. N< cause is assigned for the deed. Annex men are scouring the country in search of the murderer. Tk0 BTatlvnal By rress.J PnrsBUBa, Nov. National Players' League began its annual meeting in this city this morning. All the clubs were represented: Bos- ton, by Part and Irwin; Brooklyn, by Ward and Worth; Chicago, by Addi- son; Cleveland, by Johnson; Philadel- phia, by Vanderelice and Woods; New York, by McAlpine andEwing; Pitts- burg, by Kay and Hanlon; and Buf- alo, by Gilbert and White. The reports of the Secretary and Treasurer were presented and referred. Boston was awarded the champion- ship. A lengthy discussion followed on the questiort of consolidation of all clubs, but Pittsburfc and New York reported that nothing had been done looking to a consolidation with the National Leagwj. The representatives of the two clubs mentioned reported that they entered into an agreement satisfactory to both sides, and next season there would be but one club in each of those cities. This announcement, while not en- tirely unexpected, caused a good deal of indignation, and the discussion fol- lowing it was very stormy. Pending a settlement of this question, the League adjourned for dinner. An agreement between the two Pittsburg clubs was arrived at in a secret confer- ence last night. Canvassing the Vote. Special to the GAZETTE. SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. Elec- tion Commission proceeded with the official canvass this morning. In tlio Twenty-ninth Assembly District theie was an error discovered in the fifth precinct in the vote for Assessor, the Democratic candidate losing ten votes. The Democratic candidate for Super- visor lost one vote and the Republican candidate gained one. In the returns from the ninth pre- cinct of the twenty-ninth district the Democrats lost nine votes and gained six; the Kepublicans lost three and gained three. Several errors were discovered in the third precinct of the same district, the Republican candi- date for Mayor gaining two votea, which the Democrats lost. The Dem- ocratic candidate for County Clerk also lost a vote. MODESTO, Nov. the official count of Stanislaus county Pond has 'and Marlcham 918. For Con- gress, Caminetti has and Blanch- ard 944._________________ Bobbed and Murdered. Special to the GAZETTE.] SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 11. Last night Officer McArdle found How Wong, a Chinaman, lying on the side- walk in a dazed condition and had him removed to the Receiving Hospi- tal, where he died this morning. From what he said when found the officer is led to believe the Mongol was attacked by two white men'who rob- bed him and then beat him about the head with a club. Aiding the Money Market. By Associated Press.1 NEW YORK, Nov. clearing house decided this afternoon to issue loan certificates without limit to help out the Bank of North America, the North River Bank mid the Merchants and Traders Bunk, the PIIUIC as they did in 1884 to help out the Metropolis Bank. The three banks are short at the clearing house It is understood tho certificates issued will bo secured by stock of the banks and cash. This action of tliu denting house is expected to make money easy and relievo the market. An Oil Tank Hor- [jeclol to lite GAKCTTK.] Los Nov. fire was tarted this morning among the large anks of the Standard Oil Company ere by a careless tiuner doing some vork with a small etove. One tank lied with oil was destroyed, but even others, containing gallons ach, were saved by the firemen. Hundreds of people stood on the ridge near by, and had an explosion ccurred the loss of life would have een terrible. fully in- ured. J.TKM.SHINU'GOODS, HATS BOOTS AND Kscaped from Jail. Word was received here this morn- ng of the escape from tlxe VVinne- mucca jail, of R. W. Lewis, who killed a man by the name of iuse at the above place. A nixed Board of Officers. Special to the GAZETTE.] NEVADA CITY, Nov. official canvass of the complete vote of Nevada county gives Markhain Pond Blanchard and Caminetti The Democrats elect the Sheriff, Clerk, Recorder and one Assembly- man, and the Republicans elect an Assemblyman and the remainder of the county ticket. A Windstorm. By Cable and Associated Press.] LONDON, Nov. furious gale prevails along the Irish and Welsh quantities of wreckage have been washed ashore. There is an incessant down-pour of rain, and the mountain streams have become tor- rents. No Confirmation. By Associated Press. V WASHINGTON Nov. sistant Secretary Wharton of the State Department, this morning the department no news regarding the Revolution reported in Honduras. _______ Signal service Keport. Special to the GAZBTTB.) SAN FBANCISCO, Nov. fol- lowing is the forecast for the next twenty-four hours: Fair_ weather with frosts in exposed places in North' ern California and Western Nevada. Election By Cable and Associated Press.) PARIS, Nov. dispatch from Rosario, Argentine Republic, says serious election disorders have oc curred in that city. Several personi were killed and a number wounded. Keleased from PrlHon. By Cable and Associated Press.] LONDON, Nov. Delaney implicated in the Phoenix Park mur ders and who has been serving a sen tence of life imprisonment, has been released from prison. Tobacco Factory Burned. By Cable and Associated PreM.l MADRID, Nov. tobacco fac tory in this city was burned to-day Loss, Ten thousand per sons are made idle by the conflagra tion. A. Sentenced. pectal to the GAZETTE.J SACRAMENTO, Nov. Kdilh tone suicided this morning audanum; she was 37 years old. The ause of the suicide is unknown. Judge Armstrong this morning sen- need Con O'Neill and Thoiiiiis Dow- ey, the freight-cur burglars, to ten ears each at Folsom. W. R. Kelly, participated in the same crime, as been sentenced to fourteen years' mprisonmcnt. ftrcelved an Ovatlou. y Cable and Associated Press. 1 BKKMN, Nov. Tabbert, a romiucnt socialist, was released from rison to-day, his sentence having ex- ired. His discharge was niadu the ccasion of rejoicing among the social- ts, of whom assembled and ave him an ovation. Bar silver, L' Will be paid to any competent chomlst vrho will nd, on analysis, a pnrtlcto of Mercury, Potash, r other poisons In Svrltt'a Specific (8. 8. S.) AN EATING BORE Henderson, Tor., Aug. 23, "For eigh- teen months I had an eating soro on my tongue, was treated by tho best local physicians, but btalnod no relief, tho Boro gradually growing worse. I concluded flnnlly to tryS. S. S., and was entirely cnrcd after uehis a few bottles, 'ou bavo my cheerful permission to publish tho bove statement for the benefit of these similarly afflicted." C. B. MoLuMOiiK, Hendcrson.Tes. Treailse on Blood and Skui Diseases mailed free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., The Cod That Helps to Cure The Cold. The disagreeable of the COD LIVER OIL is dissipated in Of Pure Cod Liver Oil with HYPOPHOSPHITES 65O3D.A.. The patient suffering from CONSUMPTION, BRONCHITIS. OR WASTING DISKAREW, mny take tlio remedy with us much satisfaction as he would take milk. Physicians oro proscrib- ing It everywhere. It li perfect emulsion. wonderful nosh producer. other FOR SALE! 1890. FALL AND WINTER. 1891. MS- STOCK OK- irttoar For the Fall and Winter IB now complete, consisting of and Me. ill n in Grades ol Men's and Boy's Clothing, AND FURNISHING GOODS. FINE BEAVER OVERCOATS, Chinchilla and Kerseys. A largo assortment of Men's and Boys' Fine Wool and Merino Underwear. A flno lino of Men's and Boys' Wool and. Cotton Socks Largest and brat lino of ELA.TS In the Stnto, also a fnll lino of JOHN STETSON CO.'S HATS. A Large Assortment of Men? and Boys' Suspenders. The Finest Line of Men's French Kid and Buck Gloves In ilio S ato, and a full Hue of Wool-Lined Gloves and Mills. Finest Line of MINT anil Hantrtiels -------ALWAYS ON HAND.------- BOOTS AND SHOES ------IN ENDLESS AT PKICKS THAT DEFY COMPETITION. Custom Made Pants Always On Hand. IN BOYS' CLOTHING, Wo bavo the finest assortment in all graden, run- niug in price from upwards. in Three of the finest Farms Inyo County. Near the Town of Bishop EACH CONTAINS 160 ACRES, ALL IJ the highest state of cultivation. One I all in alfalfa. Also 600 head of cattle. Reasoi for selling, old age and infirmities. For particulars inquire of J. N. Kvans, Reno, wev., or address BIBB to County, Cal.___________________le'4' NOTICE TO RANCHERS ON AND AFTER THE FIRS' ?5 TFeShtoS the iio or 1000; apple trees 4 Reno and Mt. Hope Nurseries. Reno, Nevada. 3lude to Jleamire on Shortcut Notice. Country Orders will Receive Prompt Attention, JOHN SUNDERLAND, TAKE ADVANTAGE ........OF OUR........ OR EAT SALE. Of our New Stock of Dry GroocLs Oloetks Prices Lower than Ever. PACIFIC BREWERY, Reno Soda Works and Granite Saloon. J. Gr. KEHTH, to George Becker. Beer by the Glass, Quart, Bottle or Keg at shortest notice Lager Beer of the best quality always on hand? Orders from the country receive prompt attention. Commercial Mow. Iteno, Jyi'-itf C. NOVACOVTCH. II. I- BERR BERRY MACOVICH, ----Wholesale and Retail Dealers in---- Groceries, Provisions, FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, Fist: and: Oysters In season. FRUITS Of ALL KINDS, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Crockery We corrv a 6ne assortment of FANCV GROCERIES. Conmereial Reno, Utoada. Reno Livery Fireworks, Flags, Firecrackers, Etc. i 11. F1S11EU CO., SACRAMENTO, CAL Importersjind etc. We make a Hpfdalty of Kxlilblllon GoodH. Commllteos respectfully asked to correMpond with un, aw we give you more and bolter goods than any other company on tho coast. Send for Price List. H. FISHER CO. Largest Dealers on Pacific Coast. I34PJ JOHN POTHOFF, Prop'r OPPOSITE UKPOT. Livery and Feed Stable. First-class turnouts at reasonable prices. Transient Mtock Carefully i'ro for. per novs..m A Pleasant Room, OR ROOMS FOR RENT, NEAR TJIK school house. Inquire of A. O. ter, GAZETTE office, for particulars. Administration Notice. TUEUNDERSIGNED ADMINISTRATOR oftheEstateofH. H. Oelger, deceased, hereby notifies all persons having claims against the Estate of said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, written ninety days after the first publica- tion of this notice, to him, said administra- tor, at bis store, his place of business, in Wads worth, Washoe County, State of Nevada otherwise the same will be lorever barred. This administration being ordered to be summary by tbe Judge of the District Court of said State, fox this notice being given in accordance with the order of the stud Judge. E. QEI8WOLD, Administrator. Oct7-4w "Oar Family A HANDSOMELY BOUND BOOK OP 148 pages, giving symptoms of all diseases and recognized treatment according to tour different schools; will save In doctor's bills in one year. Given away with TIIKWEHKLY GAZBTTB AICD STOCKMAN one year 11. Cardboard OP ALL KINDS POR SALE AT enable prices at tbe GAZBTTB Office. IN FW SPA PERI SiFWSPAPFld   

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