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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 13, 1890, Reno, Nevada I he Heno Gazette Has the bent Eastern and Cocst Telegraph Report of any paper san 1 rancisco and Salt Lake. A look at the Grotto Will convince anyone of its superior excellence as a newspaper. VOL. XXX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1890. NO. 38. The North River Bank Pails. favorable mmora regarding a discount bouse. closed better and New York took all the stock Jthrown on the market, causing a firm tendency. B1RCHELL TO IIVMi TO-MORKOW. Allan G. I hurman's Seveniy- Seventh Birthday. Toasts and Responses by Rep- resentative Democrats. The Mtock Market. By'Associated Press. 1 NKW YOUK, Nov. .stock market opened unexpectedly weak. North American WUH 2% points lower on enormous 'sales de- clined to 8, rallied to 13 and again re- acted to 12. The general list showed on opening a decline of one-half to two and a half. market has paratively quiet, and generally the list after a fractional decline from the opening, has recovered. The lowest point touched by North -American was 7; it is now The tone of the market is firm, with Htro.ig steady ad- vances in progress. 11 A. confident feel'ng has restored activity increased toward the cud of the hour, while prices advanced more rapidly, the gains over the lowest prices of early dealings extending to Atchison, Northern Pacific preferred and Rock Island were the ninyl prom- inent in the upwu-d movement, which carried most of the list beyond the prices of last evening. Tin; market at 11 was active and strong at the highest figures of the hour. The Post says "Early prices for Blocks both in London and in this market were effect of the HUMjwnsioii of the North Kiver Bank yesterday, together with the nndar- Htnnding that its losses would require it to bo wound up. Later, when it was known that the fortnightly settle- ments in London had been completed without failure, and the Bank of Eng- land rate remained unchanged, there was a general recovery, and by nearly every ptock on the list except North American, went up to last night's prices, and many above, nota- bly Northern preferred, West- ern Union, Kock Island and North- western." At noon money was tiuht at 12 per cent., with a downward movment. Later in the hour North American retired but the general list was fairly well held. At noon the market was active and steady at small frac- tions better than the opening. AH sorts of stories are going around regarding the affairs of the North American. It is reported that all the assets have pledged and tnat nothing remains for the stockholders, hut the officials of the co-iipuny say it is solvent. It is not denied by the creditors that the company is solvent; that is, that its usseis exceed or equal the liabilities, but the repo.-ts affect- ing the stock are that the company will have little lot't and that it will bo impossible to i-onlinuo its existence. The following statement !s author- ized by the company: "The as to the condition of the North Ameri- can Co. are unfounded and extremely unjust. The company baa no out- standing call obligations; its time loans are held by compn -atively few persons and institutions of great finan- c'rtl strength, abundantly secured by collaterals, which even at panic prices during last few days could have been sold for a sum sufficient to pay all its obligations and leave a large surplus to the credit of the company. The company has also a large amount of valuable assets in its treasury not pledged at all, and is, and always has been, perfectly solvent. The credi- tors were culled together simply to satisfy them of the sound condition of the company and ootain their co-oper- ation. The company has made no assignment and intends to make none." Stocks were st'.ll disturbed after but soon recovered former prices and again moved up, though the move- ment lacked vim. Northern Pacific preferred rose from to 00. The market became again quiet and closed active and fairly steady at slight changes from the opening. LONDON, Nov. P. prices on the stock exchange opened firmer but became weaker, as com- pared with yesterday's closing, and now show an advance of one-sixteenth for Consols and frac- tional advances for American securi- ties. P. market is .flat in consequence of the prevalence of un- Allen O. Thnrman'M 97 Anniver- sary Celebrated. Bv Associated Press.! COLL-MHUS, (Ohio) Nov. marks the 77th anniversary of the birth of Allen O. Thurman, and the Democrats of the nation have made the occasion one to do homuge to the distinguished mentor. At the armory this evening a thousand guests repre- senting the supreme intelligence an leadership of the party, will be aeatei at a banquet to bo given by the Thur man Cfub. The city is in gala aUire and from the summit of the Capito naves the stars undstupes, and acrosi the principal streets and in front of i thousand dwellings are suspende rokon to pieces, and nearly every passenger on the train was iojureed. ngineer John McFadden, fireman 'tin Neal and an unknown man were killed. The following are among the in- ured Captain Jack Crawford (post nd Mrs. T. C. Berley and maid ,nd Nellie Beiley of Missoula, Mont., nd Dr. Hummel and wife of Pbila- elphia, who were both injured about he spine. They were returning from a trip around the world. James Mc- Garry, U. S. Marshal, of Salt Lake, Utah, had his nose broken, leg prob- ably broken and badly injured in- ternally. It is feared he will die. The train carried over a hundred persons and nearly every one was in- jured. The number of deuthq from the accident will proably reach ten, and probably as many sustained fatal injuries. The body of a tramp was taken irom the wieck, making four dead. Fires weie buflt along either side of the train, and all possible was done to alleviate the sufferings and minis- tering to the needs of the injured. A train airived this morning from the scene bearing the killed and wounded. The Willamette Hotel wae converted into a temporary hospital. It took an hour to unload the two cars of unfortunates, and the scene was pitable. The injured number about 25, and their injuries range from scratches and bruises to broken limbs. M. Vaud and J. A. Nichols of San Diego were on the wreck, but are nn- burt. S. Wolfe of Los Ange'es bad his back injured; G. B. Sballenberger of San Beinardino, shoulder injured; Wm. Rea ol Colton, head slightly cut; C. A. Covalt of Oakland, hurt in the leg and arm; Hon. James Mc- Garry, United States Marshal ot Utah, badly cat about the head, and is in a critical condition. A Tempest in a Veaaot. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Nov. General Wanamaker has sent a letter to this city to Postmaster Sherwood, directing the reinstatement of Miss Margaret S. Watkins, delivery clerk at the Postoffice, who was Thurs- day temporarily suspended for telling Senator Quay's son that bis father's mail went to the Dead-letter Office, she having explained that no disre- spect was meant. No Troth la the Rumor. By Associated Press.] BOSTON, Nov. Ames says he knows nothing about, the reported dissatisfaction among the Union Pa- cific stockholders. He has not seen Goald for six months, and does not believe Gould ever said what was at- tributed to him. A Wise ConcloBlou. By Associated Press.] PORTLAND, Nov. Democrats of the First Maine District have de- cided not to contest Reed's seat in the next House of Itepresentatives. Additional Partlculara. By Cable and Associated Tress.] LONDON, Nov. de- tails regarding the loss of the British torpedo cruiser Serpent have been re- ceived from Corunna. The disaster occurred at 11 o'clock Monday night. A heavy storm was prevailing, and the night was densely black. When the vessel struck her keel was torn off, and a great hole was stove in tier bottom. She slipped off the rocks into deep water, and immediately foundered, tons of water nishing through the hole in her hull. The majority of the and crew were below when the vessel struck, and she sank so quickly after- ward that none of them had time to reach the deck. The disaster was so sudden that it was impossible for those on deck to get a boat jnCo the water, and the time betwe.-n the striking and sinking was so short that nearly all on board went down without making a-sign. The Admiralty will investigate. It is officially stated the Serpent became partially disabled in a hurricane, and it was necessary for her to repair be- fore proceeding on her way. Her commanding officer was directed to put into Corunna or Vigo, and while attempting to make port the vessel was lost. The official statement shows the loss of life to be 173. A reward is offered to the Spanish Government for a recovery of the bodies. Slavery By Associated KANSAS CITY, Nov. ing reminder of slavery days is the case of Elizabeth Botts against Thos. F. Spencer and others, executors of Elijah Harvey. The case was ap- plealed from Linn county. The state- ments set forth that in 1859 Elijah Harvey gave his daughter, Mrs. Botts, a negro girl. The slave finally became ungovernable and she was put up for sale. Harvey offered to take back the girl, and either give his daughter the choice of two ot er slaves, at or before his death, pay for her. The slave was returned upon these terms. Harvey died in 1857 without iiaving fulfilled his contract. The ase was taken to the Courts, and she was given judgment. The Court of Appeals sustained the lower Court. By A- Country of Volcanoes. Associated Press.! WAbHiNGTON, Nov. 13. Advices from Granada, Nicaragua, the scene of the recent earthquake, are to the effect that within a radius of 300 miles there are twenty-five volcanoes, none in the vicinity of the city, how- ever, being active. Many prophecies have been made as to the ultimate fate of Granada, some persons agree- ing with noled French that the city will sink out of sight, or that a volcano will bo thrown up in its midst. Itis difficult to determine the causu of these seismic disturbances, although it is claimed that they result from uttnoapheric changes, la-it :cason having been hotter and drier than any for years. Many buildings their walls badly cracked. Thousands of the iuhabluiii a have lied to adjacent towns. FURNISHING GOODS, HATS AND SHOKS. 1890. FALL AND WJftTEP. 1891. JBIne Jackets Coming. By Associated Press.) CHICAGO, Nov. special train searing 110 blue jackets, fifty appren- ,ices and nine officers passed through aere at 1 o'clock this bound 'rom the Brooklyn Navy Yard to Mare Island Navy Yard, Cal. They go to man the new cruiser San Francisco. They are due in San Francisco on Sunday.. Two apprentices jumped 'rom the train while it, was going thirty miles an hour near Buffalo and scaped. The Uovernmeat Financially all Jtttfht. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Nov. statement showing the amount of gold coin and bullion in the Treasury and gold cer- tificates outstanding for the last ten days' period ending to-day, shows the total gold in the Treasury, gold certificates in the Treasury, gold certificates in circula- tion, net gold in the Treasury, coin and bullion, 3el. Ucncral Crook'N Itcmalnu, By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Nov. remains of the lats General Crook wore brought to this city this morning and interred with military honors in the National Cemetery at Arlington. A large con- course of people followed the body to its final resting place, prominent among whom were two of the Depart- ment Commanders and members of the Cabinet. Many Krrors Discovered. Special to the GAZETTK.] SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. Elec- tion Commissioners to-day found twen- ty-six errors in the ninth precinct of the Thhty-first Assembly District, twenty-four in the eleventh, and a number in other precincts. The vote for Assemblyman in the Thirtieth District gave the Republican nominee 772 majority, and in the Thirty-first a majority of 61. Cf atoers Conine, By Associated Press.! WASHINGTON, Nov. Brazil- ian cruibers are exr. to arrive at New York the latter part of this month with the special purpose of delivering to the President a medal and a letter of thanks from the Brazilian Govern- ment for the prompt recognition of the new Republic. They will be received with distinguished naval honors. More Baseball Slattern. By Associated Press.] NEW YOEK, Nov. League baseball magnates ore in session re- vising the Constitution. The Players' Committee is to consult with them, except Johnson, who has not yet ar- rived. It is said the committee is not! recognized aa such by the League. Uueltats By Cnble and Associated Press.] PARIS, Nov. and La guerre fought a duel this mornint near Monceu. Four shots were ex- changed, none of which took effect The duelists have been summoned be- fore the Public Prosecutor. JMiMttlonary By Associated Press.] BOSTON, Nov. 13. The General Missionary Society of the Methodist Church resumed the consideration oi an apportionment of to woik in .-i.'rica and lo South America. Neiitouoc. By Associated Prcss.l FRESNO, Nov. L. Still- tnuu, convicted of murder for the kill- ing of John D. Fisku, was to-day sentenced to imprisonment for life, and will be taken to Snn Qucntin on Fridav. to Sprclal to the SAX FKAXCISCO, Nov. of fair weather, with uosts in exposed places and in Western Bar silver, A Pattifnl Accident. A special dispatch from Carson to the says: B. H. McCiure was thrown from a buggy to-day, breaking his leg at the ankle. The horses became frightened and started to run away, throwing Barney out. HOKX. Beltnom, Nve County. Nev., No% ember to Hie wife of Ed Clifford, a son. In Virghi'n City Nevada, November 10, 1873, to the of James :v ton. Vi.-ginin City, Nev., Novem-1 be.- n; iS.o.to the wile of Samuel W. Reu- free, a son. TO THE BIGHT. 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