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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 15, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                ihe Reno Gazette Has (he Eastern and Coast Telegraph Bfport of any paper between Sau 1 rancisco and Salt Lake. VOL. XXX. A look at the Gazette Will convince anyone oJ its superior excellence as a newspaper. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBEK 15, IS90. NO. 40. O'SBKA DIVORCE Some Serious Charges by the Petitioner. RESPOHT MAKES NO DEFENSE A Htatement Corrected. By Associated PreM.J CHICAGO, Nov. 15. An inquiry at the General Miles headquarters this morning elicited the statementthat no troops had been ordered into the field against the Indians, as reported in a Washington dispatch last night. Col- onel Sunnier merely ordered the troops at Chicago to be in readiness in Chicago In the ordinary routine of the army charges. TRI The Bank of England Saves Baring Bros. MORE FATAL RAILROAD ACCIDENTS Parnell Surrenders the Leader, ship of the Irish Party. Arrival of an Overdue Steamer in Port. Tlie O'Mhea Cane. By Cable antl Associated Press.) LONUON, Nov. trial of the O'Shea divorce case was opened this morning before a special jury. Par- null, the co-respondent was not re- ported by the counsel. O'Shea was the only prominent figure present. Mrs. O'Shea's counsel said he did not intend to croHfl examine any wit- nesses or call any in behail of Mrs. O'Shea or take any part in the pro- ceedings. This collapse by the de- fense caused an immense sensation aud involves the eondemndtion of Par- noil to pay the costs. Coward briefly opened the case for the petitioner. He said as he under- stood the case the respondent denied that she committed adultery, as did also the co-respondent. The respond- ent further alleged that the petitioner connived at her adultery aud willfully separated himself from her. Lockwood, Mrs. O'Shea'a counsel, said he would not cross-examine any of the witnesses for the petitioner, lie would not call any witnesses in behalf of Mrs. O'Shea, uor take any part in the proceedings. Clarke of the counsel for Captain O'Shea said Lockwood's announce- ment seriously altered the position, now that neither Parnell nor Mrs. O'Shea would take part in the case. It was therefore undefended that con- tinuous acts of adultery have been committed by the respondent and co- respondent, and would be placed be- yond a doubt. Witness would prove that while respondent was visiting in Bedford Square she was visited by Purnell, who wont under the name of Smith, and at another house he vis- ited her as Stuart. On one occasion ho had escaped by the balcony to avoid O'Shea. The respondent and Parnell actually lived together at Eastbourne and Brockley. Parnell would not, face the evidence, and he allowed judgment to go by default because he dared not come to the witness box. He did not wonder at Tarnell's refusal to answer the charges of faithlessness and falsehood, and the betrayal of the friendship of the man who had trusted him. O'Shea stood for Parliament in 1880. Ho was then introduced to Parnell, who dined with him and Mrs. O'Shea, Mrs. Steele being one of the party. Nothing excited O'Shea's suspicions until 1881, when Parnell visited re- spondent at Kltham, His indignation over Parnell's .approaches to his wife led O'Shea to send a challenge. Mra. Steelo saw Parnell, who assured her there was no ground for his jealous suspicions. Tho petition for divorce, he said, was filed in December last. Parnell then put in a simple denial and counter-charges against tl.e hus- band, alleging that ho committed adultery with a number of persons, including her own sister, Mrs. Steele. She also charged him with cruelty, and having connived at her adultery for a series of years. This plea almost amounted to a confession of adultery. The husband would bo able absolutely to disprove everything it is possible to suggest against him. He could show the charge of connivance is groundless; that when O'Shea first heard of the inti- macy, challenged Parnell to a duel. Mrs. Steels afterwards scoured affec- tionate relations between O'Shea and liia wife. P.iruvll was again invited to Kltham. In 1S82, after Parnell was released from Kilmainham he re- newed his visits to Kliham and almost habitually slept there. Parnell used to drive from Parliament to Kltham, and Mra. O'Shea would go down stairs to meet him. Sometimes he slept away from the house when Parnell was not there. O'Shea wrote to hie wife, remonstrating against these visits and furious scenes occurred be- tween them. Oa one occasion he found a portmanteau belonging to Par- i.ell, at his house, and carried it off, throwing it out of the railway station. Bad Time for a By Associated Press.] DANHURY Nov. There I will be a general lockout in all the hat factories in Danbury on Monday, owing to a disagreement between the fur hat manufacturers audLthe Hat Trimmers' TJnio7i. It will affect 10.000 employes. ____ A New leader. By Cable'and Associated Press.] LONDON, Nov. Sexton has been appointed to move in Parliament the Parnellite amendment to the address in reply to the speech from the throne. This implies that he will lead the Parnellites during the absence of their chief. Another Railroad in Course ot Construction. Pour California Indians Receive Pardons. Will No Longer By Cable and Associated Press.] LONDON, Nov. 15. The Dublin Express says Parnell has informed the prominent men in the Irish Pai- liamentary party that he will not lead the party in Parliaqlent during the coming session. _______ mortally Wounded. Special to the FRESNO, Nov, William Cam- field of Selma, was shot and mortally wounded at Sanger, last night, by William Lane. Deputy Constable Lane was arrested but refuses to make any statement. Another Watt Victim. Special to the GAZKTTK] SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. Lewis, a commission merchant, aged CC years, was found dead in bed this mornimj, from asphyxation. It is supposed he failed to turn the gus off. Arrival. By Associated Press.] NEW YORK, Nov. reported arrivul of the steamer State of Georgia from Glasgow night was erroneous. The arrival waa the fe'riedland from Antwerp, over due several days. A Tory Rewarded, By Associated Press.] GLABCIOW, Nov. the election at the Glasgow University to-day, Balfour, Chief Secretary for Ireland, Conservative, was elected.by 947 votes against 717 for Lord Weekly Hank. Statement. fly Associated NEW YORK, The bank statement shows an increase of The bank holds less than the requirements. Money is easy at five and pix per cent. A Wrecked Steamer. By Cable and Associated Press LONHON, Nov. 15. The French steamer, Lechatelier, was wrecked in a fog off the mouth of the Loire. The crew escaped in the boats. A Defunct Paper. By Associated Press. NKW YORK, Nov. Receiver has been appointed for O'Donovan Kossa's paper, The United Irishman, on a judgment for Heavy By Cable and Associated Press.] LONDON, Nov. solicitor named Mayhew, at Westminister, has ab- sconded with liabilities of and assets only The JLaat of BircheM. By Associated Press.] WOODSTOCK Nov. chell's body was buried in a sealed metallic casket in the jail-yard. TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. Ba? silver, 102. General John C. Starkweather died at Washington, D. O., at an early bour this morning. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. A Yield. The Carson Appeal savs: Superin- tendent Parker, of the Orphan's Home, raised over three and a half tons of potatoes on i. patch of ground 100 feet square. This equals 16 tuns to the acre, the present market price of which is a ton. On a of ground where he planted two sacks of wheat he took off 62 sacks, and the wheat was raised without irrigation. The idea of men hunting California lands at. an acre, when they can get such crops as this in Nevada with the land at an acre! CHURCH NOTICES. CONGREGATIONAL, CHURCH. The usual services to-morrow at 11 a. tn. and p. m. Sunday school at 12m. Prayer meeting on Wednesday even- at 7. T. Magill, Pastor. BAPTIST at 11 A. M. and 7 r. M. Morning sermon on The beginning of Christian Life. Evening, Vital Christianty. Sunclav school at 12 m. Kverybodv welcome. Slot After a lengthy examination of the two men brought back from Winne- znucca tor drugging and robbini? a man in Reno, they were discharged, the complaining witness being unable positively identify them, although to all who heard the evidence bad but little doubt of their guilt. What'H in a Xamnf Rebel Creek, in Humboldt county, fliill continues to be two to one Demo- cratic, and still there is nothing in a name, and the Silver State is not happy. The Stock Market. By Associated Press.] NEW YORK, Nov. opened active and excited; Northern Pacific went up two points, but on rumors of financial trouble in London, prices de- clined. The market is row active, excited and weak. Atchieon is 4% lower than last night. Private cablegrams received before the opening of the stock exchange, an- nouncing the troubles of Baring Bros., and stating that the Bank of England and the Rothschilds and others had taken up the accounts of Baring Bros., amounting to created a profound sensation. A conference of brokers was at once held, and it was decided to have brokers in every stock that could be handled, to bid an ad- vanced price at the opening to avert a sudden shock. As a result, prices for nearly all active stocks opened above last night's closing. At 11 A. M. a semi-panic prevailed; prices gave way and the brokers are dismayed at the prospect. Lacka- wanna led the downward rush with decline of 5 per cent, from to Atchison sold down to 24, Rock Island to and sugar to 50, the lowest prices on record for those stocks. Canada Southern and other dividend payers were thrown over, as well as other speculative stocks; Can- ada Southern dropped to 23. After there Was a rally, caused by the following cable from London.: "The guarantee fund to the Baring Brothers Company is stated to amount to ten millions sterling. The various financial ban king and discount houses guaranteeing the accounts state that the crisis is over and a fail- ure has been averted." A scene of the wildest excitement and a positive panic existed in all portions of tbe list, and stocks were thrown over in the most reckless manner. The losses in the first hour exceeded anything seen since the present decline began. Everyone is tryin to soil out his holdings without regard to loss or gain. The dealings are simply enormous, and the rapidity with which quotations melted away is something unprecedented, there being no bait in the downward move- ment before the end of the bour. Kidder, Peabody Co, agents for Baring Brothers Co., London, say they have private advices from Lon- don that the trouble has been com- pletely arranged. The trouble was doubtless caused by dealing in Argen- tine securities. Our house in no way affected. Lackawanna dropped 8 to Jersey Central 6, Northwestern 4, Rock Island 4, Pullman Atchison 5j. n the part of the creditors of the firm, as their assets aro in excess of f their liabilities by probably Tney have been virtually arrying an Argentine Republic loan nd taking back the holdings of dis- atisfied customers to whom they sold arts thereof. Kidder, Peabody Co. slate that in ny event the Bank of England would help Baring Bros, over their temporary difficulties, and all their difficulties cannot possibly be more than tempo- rary. The connection of the Barings with Kidder, Peabody Co. has been of a most intimate nature, but their relations do not lead to any complica- tions which will affect the Boston firm. CHICAGO, Nov. on change here are strongly in sympathy with the movement on the New York Stock Exchange, opening rather weak, and when the break in New York stocks was received, in spite of the cabled announcement that Baring Bros had received heavy support, a panic set in aud everybody sold, and prices wont off with sucb rapidity, it was almost Another Knllroart ColllMiou. By Associated Press.] PrrrsBURQ, Nov. 15. The fast west- bound on the Baltimore and Ohio jumped the track six miles east of Clarksburg, W. Va., this morning, and collided with n sleeper of u working train. The cars were wrecked and the track torn up. On the working train, James Floyd and J. D. Armstrong, bosses, were fatally injured. In the postal car, clerks Charles Dean, Win. Gordon and George Henry were ser- iously hurt. KUHMSHING GOODS, HATS BOOTS AND SHOES. 1890. FALL AND WiMTER. 1891, to special to the CAHBTTB.] PORTLAND Nov. 15. A col- lision occurred this morning on the Mount Tabor motor line cm a trestle in East Portland. Jack O'Connor, the engineer the incoming motor, was badly scalded by escaping steam, but none of the passengers were in- jured. It is claimed the collision was due to carelessness. A Heavy Failure. By Associated Press.] BOSTON, Nov. Kansas City Packing and Refrigerator Company of Boston has failed. The liabilities aie over MY STOCK OF- liidlanH Olven a KccrpUoii. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Nov. Presi- dent gave a reception this ufteinoon to the Indians of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. Foritlic and Winter IB now complete, consisting of ami Me- dium tirades ol Bon (Mint AND FURNISHING GOODS. FINE BEA.VEH OVERCOATS, Chinchilla and Kereoye. A largo assortment or Men'g Boys' Fine Wool and Merino Underwear. A lino lino of Men 'a and Boys' Wool and Cotton Socks Largest and best lino of H.A.TS of NlHkiyoii Cu., <'ul. Special to Hie YUKKA, Cal., Nov. 15. Siskiyou gave Pond Markhuui Bidwel 94, Gcavc ami Barluim In the State, also a full lino of JOHN fl. STKTSON CO. '8 HATS. A Large Assortment of Men's and Boys' Suspenders. The Finest Line of Men's French Kid and Buck Gloves In Ilio Siato, and it full lino ot Wool-Joined Gloves and Mills. Fiuesl Line of Mnar -ALWAYS ON HAND.- WHAT CUKES. wheat went down from Dl to 88 and May corn dropped to and Jan- uary pork to 11.45. Then the news of a "'better tone on the New York ex- change was received and a recovery followed, December wheat advancing to 93 and the remainder of the list proportionately. During the remainder of the session the market was steady. Sentence Commuted. By Associated Press. 1 WASHINGTON, Nov. Presi- dent has commuted to two yeats' im- prisonment the sentence of five years imposed on Bill Whaley, a Tule In- dian, who, with three other Indians, was convicted in California in 1888 of manslaughter. One of the others, Salt Lake died soon after his incarceration. In October Presi- dent decided to comnlute the sentence of the remaining three, but a mistake was made in their names, and the commutation was made to apply to tho dead man instead of to Whaley. More Kallroad Building. By Associated Press. I OTTAWA Nov. repre- sentative of the Great. North west Rail- way who is here states that men are now employed in constructing a line from Assinaboine, on the North- ern Pacific, to Puget Sound, and thence to Seattle. The line is expected to be completed by September next. A Kallroaa Slaughter. By Associated Press.] SALONICA, Nov. railroad train from Asbuk, with a large number of soldiers, was derailed- near here. Thirty persons were killed and forty injured. KdUorfnl IMfFerciice ot Opinion on an Important Miibjvct. What is force Uiat ousts disease; and which is the most convenient apparatus for applying? How far is the regular physician nsoful to us because we believe in him, and far are his pills and powders nwl ton- ics, only the material representatives of his personal influence on our health The regular doctors cure; the homoeopathic doctors cure; the Hah- iicrnannites cure; and so do fbo faith anfl un- called Christian' scientists, and the four-dollur-and-u-h.tif advertising itin- erants, and the patent medicine men. They all hit, aiid they all miss, and the great difference one great when the regular doctors lose a patient no one grumbles, and when the irrigular doctors lose one the community stands on end and Union and Advertiser. Nature cures, but nature can be aided, hindered or defeated in the curative process. And the Commer- oial'a contention is that it ia the part of rational beings to seek and trust the advice of men of good character who have studied the human system and learned as far as modern science lights the way, how far they can aid nature and how they can best avoid obstructing her. Buffalo Commer- cial. It is not our purpose to consider the evils that result from employing the unscrupnlous, the ignorant, charlatans and quack to subscribe for the mala- dies that afliict the human family. We simply declare that the physician who knows something is better than the physician that knows nothing, or very little indeed about the struc- ture uud the condition of the human system. Of course "he does not know it Morning Herald. I have used Warner's Safe Cure and but for its timely use would have been, I verily believe, in my grave from what the doctors termed Uright's F. Shriner, senior Editor Scioto Gazette, Chillicothe, Ohio, in a letter dated June BOOTS AND SHOES IN KNDLKSS VARIETY, DEFY COMPETITION. Mrs. Senator Stewart, daughter and niece, passed here this morning on their way from San Francisco to Car- son. Austiu, Nevada, Nov. it, 1890, Eli Earnest, a native of New York, ngeil M years. AT PRICES THAT Custom Made Pants Always On Hand. IN BOYS' OLOTHING, We have the finest assortment in all grades, run- ning in price from upwards. Hulls JUurte to -tlennnre on Hhortett Notice. Country Orders will Reeeive Prompt Attention. JOHN SUNDERLAND, TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR E A T PZR EMIUM SALE. Of our New Stock of Olostks f J R Prices Lower than Ever. PACIFIC BREWERY, Reno Soda and Granite Saloon. GK KEHTH, to George Becker. Beer by the Glass, Quart, Bottle or Keg at shortest notice. Lager Beer of tbe best quality always on hand. Orderi from Die country receive prompt attention. Commercial How. Keno. Nevada. C. NOVACOVICH. H. T. BF.RR BERRY XOYACOVICII, and Retail Dealers Groceries, Provisions, FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, Fish: and: Oysters ID season. FRUITS Ok- AM. KINDS. Wines, Liquors, Cigars., Tobacco, Crockery. We carry n fine assortment of FANCV GROCERIES. Commercial Row, Reno, Nevada. Fireworks, Flags, Firecrackers, Etc. H.FISHElt CO., SACRAMENTO, CAL dealers inlFireworkH, etc. Wo make a xpeclalty of Kxhlbitinn Goods. Commltteos respectfully uhkod to correspond with us, we you more and better than any other company on tbtt coast. Send for Price List. II. USHER CO, Largest Dealers on Pacific Coast. Reno Livery JOHN POTHOFF, Prop'r P 0 A Pure Cream of Tartar Superior to known. Used in Millions of Years the Standard. Delicious Cake and Pastry, Light Flaky Biscuit, Griddle Cakes Palatable and Wholesome. No other baking powder does such work. OPPOSITE DEPOT. Livery and Feed Stable. First-class turnouts at reasonable prices. Tranxlcnt wtoelt vldnri for. fro A Plesviant Room, OR ROOMS FOR RENT, NEAR THE bricic school house. Inquire of A. O. Porter, GAZETTE office, for particulars. NOTICE TO RANCHERS ON AND APTKR THK FIRST dny of November next I will cell op- pie trees nt the following low raten in large lots for cash with order: Apple trees 2 10 4 feet high, iM each by the 100 or 1000; apple 4 to 7 feet high as each by the 100 or 1000; apple trees 7 to )2 feet hiRh 50 cts each by the loo or 1000 bearing M'ze and age. but raurt accompany the order and the cost of 50 per bale, if no ilincount to any one. STEPHEN CONis'KR. Keno and ML Hope Nurseries. Reno, Nevada. WILLIAM DIXOK BROTHER, IN BEEF, MUTTON, PORK, VEAL, ETC. Are prepared to furninh the meats at the lowest living nova; Mlerra It Lots for Sale. OR MORH KLIGIBI.K BUILDING 1 for sole at eauy prices and cany south of tbe Tjuckee river, fouh- cast of Keno. Enquire of t OTjjtf THO8. B. HAY DON. INEWSPAPERif   

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