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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 18, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                ifac Reno Gazette Has the Lost Eastern and Coast Telegraph Report of any paper between Han 1 rancisco and Salt Lake. A Look at the Will eor.-rince aajone of its superior excellence as a newspaper. VOL. XXX. RENO, WASHOlS JJUESDAY, NOVEMBEK 18, 1890. NO. 42. DEFEATED- iiOBBEKS, Who Tried to Hold Up a Traia. THE SOl'IX mm EXCITEMENT. All Kinds of Rumors Concern, ing Their Movements. Desperate Fighting- Church People. The luUluu Meuro. By Associated 1'rtss.J WAHHI.NGTON, Nov. War Dcpiirtinent lias received no news of any change in the tntimtion at Pine Ridge, Standing Rock or other S.oux agencicH. As competent odicerH !ire on (lie watch at all points where trouble is threatened, whoj-e businena it is to report any wignificant events, it is taken for grunted that no imme- diate trouble is at hand. MANDAN (X. Nov. easier fuel ing prevails this morning, because of the receipt of arinn ar.d ammunition. Six mounted friendly Sioux have been sent to patrol the border of the reservation. Settlers are still coming in from all directions. The gravest fears are entertained for the safety of the bottlers iu the south- ern part of the county. iii.iMAitcK (N. Nov. Tribune says there is no substantial foundation for tho wild rumors of an Indian uprisal at Standing Kock. The Indians are living peacefully on the reservation, aiid tho agent there re- ports everything quiet and orderly. The conservative opinion is the diana do not dream of an outbreak. mutrnirr.t IH'nIcd. By Associated Press.[ NEW YOHK, Nov. Bur- ing, u .member of the firm of Kidder, 1'eiibody Co., the American agents of Baring Brothers, said this morning: I wish to deny in the most emphatic terms the statement that Baring Brothers will go into liquidation and ceaso to exist wilhii a few years. There is ab.solutely no other founda- tion for the statement thi'.n tho pos- sible retirement of Lord Revelstoki1 from the head of tho house. To ac- complish this there may possibly be a nominal liquidation, but the business of the bank would continue as before in the hands of the reconstituted firm." another By Associated Press.1 NQ.V. and bunting rnnde the Navy Yard very bright to-day. All the cruisers were in full dress, and the old-fashioned place had a holiday appearance. The I occasion was the launching of the i great cruiored cruiser Maine. Just lifter 10 o'clock Secretary of the Navy Tracy arrived with a party, who were received by all the officers of the yard. As he entered the main gate a salute of nineteen guns was fired from the Vermont. Final preparations for the launching were at once begun, and promptly at noon, amid the cheers of the thonsandu of spectators and the music of the Star Spangled tbe big cruiser-started down tbe incline. As Am0nfif j she-dJa.BO, Mwa Wolioerding, niece of Secretary Tracy, broke- a bottle of I champagne -over" the bow and christ- the vessel. As the Maine reached the water and her flag was hoisted, the Vermont's battery thundered out a national salute. Italian Klfrtlonn. ny Cable aud Associated Press. 1 KOMK, Nov. Italian Clerical party is making the most earnest pre- parations at Romo for the municiPal elections, which occur on December 14th. The policy of the Vatican is said to obtain control, as far as poss- ible, municipalities, with of using the advantage thus acquired in strengthening the Clerical faction in the national election. Hiiutliigton Kuttt. Special to the OAZUTTK.] OAKLAND Huntington of the Southern Pacific 'eft for the East to-day in a private car. A Menator fleered. Dy Associated Presi.] ATLANTA Nov. Gordon was elected United States Sen- ator to-day on the first ballot. Bar silver, 98. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE, ADVERTISED LETTERS. The "following is the list of letters remaining uncalled for in the Reno Postoffice November 17. 1890: Bleakly, Mrs J W Davis, J P Harris, G E Jenkins, J A Kelsey, Ed Livingston, J C Murphy, M Mills, Mr O'Donnell, T E Billet, A Billiar, Juan Cole, A V Church, L II Chalmers, Mrs A CasHinnelli, Mr Cautrall, Charley Campbell, Frank Duflield, Benj Davis, Jennie E Schaefer, W C Shugro, Mike Wenderlick, Tretz With Truln KobberH. By Associated Press.] Ei, PASO Nov. 18. The eastbound Texus it Pacific train was held up last night by four men at Rent. One of tho robbers, named Smith, warned the station ngeut at Kent and guards were placed on the train. Their intention was to kill the trainmen if necessary to accomplish their purpose. When the robbers ap- peared the guards opened (ire on them' Forty shots weie exchanged before tho robbers fled. One guard and it is believed two robbers weie wounded. iilT Ch- tot By Cable ami Aisonatod VIENNA, Nov. 18. A fight occurred on Sunday at Trunsylvin, be- tween the factors of one of the churches. Tin) op- posed the newly appointed Roumanian pastor. The minister attempted to enter the church but was prevented by tho Saxons. The supporters of the pastor came to his aid and tried to force their way into the church, and u desperate conflict ensued. Six per- sons were killed and sixteen injured. H. P. KitAUH, Postmaster. MONSTER (MAIN ELEVATOR. Which Will Hold Two million HUHlielH. The largest grain elevator in the world was built at Minneapolis Junc- tion in 1880. The building is 330 feet long, 92 feet wide, and 175 feet high. It lias storage capacity for bushels of grain within its walls. During its construction the carpenters and joiners used over feet of lumber of all kinds, besides thirty-two carloads of- nails, which, if packed, would make the enormous amount of common kegs. The best calcu- lators say the actual number of nails used in "the mighty building will fall but few, if any, uuder The enuine used is capable of handling to bushels of grain per day, or enough during the year to equal the combined products of Min- nesota and the two Dakotas. Two hundred and fifty cars have often been i loaded at this elevator in ten hours. Another Heavy Fail- ure in Wall Street, PAKMIMTILL RE1M POPULAR Lively Scene in the French Chamber of Deputies. An Insane Mother Murders Her Children and.Suicides. The Stock Market. By Cable and Associated Press.] LONDON, Nov. stocks opened better, but business dwindled and is now stagnant. Stocks closed better for foreign se- curities, but the others" were dull. PHILADELPHIA, Nov. Pres- idents of the clearing house banks are holding a meeting this afternoon, and will probably decide to issue clearing house certificates. NEW YORK, Nov. 18. At stocks opened quiet, but irregular, with prices well sustained. The gen- eral list advanced small fractions over the opening, with the Villards in the lead. At the announcement was made of the failure of P. N. Gallandel, a stock broker, with liabilities of all assigned to C. E. Miner. The failure wasowing to several banks calling in loans. Stocks during the forenoon were still as irregular.and unsteady both here and in London as yesterday. A great deal of arbitrage business was done, owing to the great difference in the prices of the same stocks in the two markets. The scarcity of money in this market is owing to the timidity of the lenders, who are now the most important factor in the market. North American, Northern Pacific' preferred and St. Paul were the only conspicuously active stocks, and trad- ing in Northern Pacific preferred was .remarkable fprjthe transfer, of some large blocks. At 11 o'clock the market was fairly active and steady at about the opening prices. After 12 o'clock liquidations assumed larger proportions, with a marked in- crease in business, and material losses were sustained in all the leading stocks. The feature of the dealings was Pa- cific Mail, which had been extremely dull during the forenoon, but became suddenly very active, aud was knocked down to against last night. It recovered two points. The rest of the list also suffered se- verely. In a short drive Union Pacific ost 1 Western Union and Atchi- aou 1. There was no recovery of note. At the market was quiet, but weak, at the lowest pries of the day. Fruit Convention. Special to 'he SANTA Nov. State Fruit Growers' Convention, un- der the auspices of the State Board of Trade, assembled thi-< morning. Mayor Bowman welcomed the conven- tion on behalf of tho city and Mrs. Aiken of Highland in behalf of the fruit-growers of the county. A re- sponse was made by Mrs. Elmwood Cooper of Santa Barbara. Reading essays aud discussions begun this af- tornoon. Wild Ilill'M Arrival, By Associated NKW YOUK, Nov. Win. F. Codv of the Wild Indian show returned yesterday oji the La Norman- die. The vessel is still at the quaran- tine and is said to have cases of small- pox among the 430 immigrants on the steamer. Heavy Tumble. By Coble nod Associated Press.] Nov. dispatch from Buenos Ay res states that the Bourse yesterday was agitated. National Bank shares fell heavily to 19. Heady to be Banished, Why was young Fobbs so anxious to be assigned to the charity concert last asked the managing ed- itor of the city editor. "I think it was becaupe his best girl sang a solo in it, and he wanted a chance to write a lot of gush about her and make himself solid." "And why is he HO anxious this morning to "be sent to do the revolu- tion in the Argentine in- quired the managing editor. I've an answered his subor- dinate, that it is because Fobbs tried to crow critically over his girl's chest notes, and they came out in the paper this morning as chentnuts.' Padded It is claimed the census figures at Seattle have been padded. Superin- tendent Porter telegraphed the popu- lation was and tho Governor BO reported to the Legislature in Sep- tember. but in the copy which went to the State Printer, the figures were in- creased to giving Seattle a larger legislative apportionment than she is entitled to. Tbe WlMConnlii Mrnatorehlp. An exchange says: It is just barely possible that Colonel William F. Vilas may discover that he does not own the newly elected Wisconsin Legisla- ture. Ttiero is a man out there namet Brang, the same who loved Cleveland "for the enemies he_ had and he is reported to be in excellent fight- ing trim. _ _ An JBxcltmc Scene. By Cable and Associated Press.] PARIS, Nov. tbe Chamber of Deputies to-day Laur questioned the Government as to what it proposed to do to prevent the drain of gold from France for the benefit of foreign mar- kets. The Minister of Fiance de- clined to discuss, the question, when Lnur accused him of using his official position to enrich himself by specula- tion. A great uproar followed; the President called Laur to order. The latter was greatly excited and endeav- ored to continue his harangue, but was finally compelled to desist. The North River Bank Case. By Associated Press.] NEW YORK, Nov. Judge O'Brien issued an order requiring that cause be shown forthwith why a re- ceiver should not be appointed pending the suit which the Attorney-General had brought to dissolve the North River Bank. A temporary injunction was also secured restraining the bank officials from interfering in its affairs. The case was argued during the day. At the conclusion of the argument the Judge reserved his decision. Overdoing the Thing. By Cable and Associated Press.] LONDON, Nov. rumor is current that Parnell will retire from active political life and marry Mrs. O'Sheat He has promised to give continuous advice to bis successor in the leadership of the National party, It is an undeniable fact that the viru- lence against Parnell displayed by the Tory papers editorially is causing a reaction in public sentiment in his favor. Mrs. W. D. Farmer, near Acton, Los Angeles county, Cal., was shot and killed by an Indian Saturday, and a large are in pursuit of the murderer. Tfce Merced Murder. By Associated Press.] Nov. John Doe warrant was sent from here late last night to Edgar Latour of Snelling for the arrest of August Olsen. Latour, accompanied by John Trousdale, went over to Olsen's ranch and arrested him and brought him to Merced, arriving at 8 o'clock this evening. The officers and their prisoner took supper at a restaurant, after which the party went to the office of Justice of the Peace Robertson, where a warrant was issued charging Olsen with the crime of murdering John L. Ivett on or about Sunday, November 9. He was then conveyed to the County Jail. Oleen refused to talk, saying he de- sired to consult his lawyer first. As the officer took him firom the Sheriff's office to the. jail he turned and said: "Good night, boys; this is a hard deal." The town is quiet, and there is no talk of lynching, but for fear that there might be Sheriff Warfield has taken precautmtas and placed a strong guard over the jail. Another Failure. By Associated Press.] NE.V YORK, Nov. stock brokerage firm of Gallaudet Co. failed this morning. The liabilities amount to An assignment was made to C. E. Minor. The assignee said the suspension was due to a general depreciation of the values of collaterals, which had gone so far that when the loans to the firm were called they could not be met, although the firm had what in an ordinary time would be ampn sufficient to pay its bonowed money. The firm holds such good securities that, if the market improves, they will be able to pay their indebtedness and have a surplus left. Fitch, a member of the suspended firm, says: "Of course, we hope to resume business shortly. Our being able to do so, however, depends largely upon the banks and trust companies. If they are lenient with us we may j come out all right. If they press us, the termination of our suspension will not be so clearly foreseen." Loyal to Their Leader. By Cable and Associated Press.] DUBMN, Nov. meeting of the National League was held in this city to-day. Edmund Leamy, the Presi- dent, said Parnell was the chosen leader of the party and the party would stand by him while be stood by them. He would lead the party in combat in Parliament during the coming session and the Irish people will be more than ever devoted to him. John Redmond ridiculed the idea that Parnell is being prejudiced in politics by the verdict in the O'Shea case. His colleagues are bound to him by unfailing loyalty, and never in the career of the Nationalists were the members of the party more deter- mined to stand by Parnell. Red- mond's remarks were greeted with cheers. Joseph Kenny and other leaders spoke in a similar strain. A Couple ot Vrpne.h By Cable and Associated Press.] PARIS, Nov. well- known race-horse owner, recently quarreled with Treille, the journalist, which resulted in a challenge. The fight took place to-day andTrielle was slightly wounded. A duel was also fought by Laguerre, a member of the Cham her of Deputies, and a journalist named Lesinne. La- guerre received a slight wound. Clcarlng-Housc By Associated Press.] NEW YORK, Nov. D. Tappen, Chairman of the Clearing-house, this morning said: "A considerable amount of certificates have already been taken out to-day by the banks, not with the intention of using them immediately, but for the purpose of easing the money market if necessary. The transactions were, very large, aggre- gating Will Welcome Ctould. By Associated Press.] NEW YORK, Nov. John Intnan, of the Richmond Ter- minal system, says Gould has not se- cured control, of that property. He has shares out of and he is entitled to three or four repre- sentatives on the Board of Directors out of eighteen. Inman says he will welcome Gould's interest in the prop- erty. All Restriction Taken Off. Special to the GAZETTE.) SAN FBANCISCO, Nov. jury in the case of Sidney Huntington, one of the principals arrested during a glove fight at the California Club last September, returned a verdict of not guilty this afternoon. This virtually settles tbe question of the right of athletic clubs to hold glove exhibitions interference. Weil Equipped By Associated Press.] LAWRENCE Nov. hundred colonists left yesterday for Lower California. They take all re- quirements for co-operative farming and living, including 560 horses, a school teacher and a big community tent which will be erected to shelter them until houses can bo built. They are splendidly equipped. .t Fatal Mmatthap. By Associated Press.) LOCK HAVEN, (Pa.) Nov., night a work train decending on the Forney mountain gravity ro.id, broke from control and collided with a locomotive near the Mountains foot, causing a bud smash-up. John and Henry Ipinger were killed aud five others were wounded. All wefe wood choppers. Killed Herself and Five Children. By Cable and Associated Press.) BURLIN, Nov. Thann, Al- sace, a woman, fearing she and family would starve, cut the throats of her five children and then killed herself. Heavy Premium on Void. By Associated Press. 1 MONTEVIDEO, Nov. pre- mium on gold at tho close of the Bourse to-day waS 48. HOKK. V.rgmia City, Nevada, Nov. 15, 1890, to the wile of D. R. McKitu, a daugh- ter. Gol 1 Ili'l, Ncv., November 17, 1890, to .he wife of W. S. James a dangler. Jack Creek, ttlko County. Ncv. November it, 1640, to the wife of Wm. 01 iusou, a bou. Will be paid to any competent chemist who will Bnd, on analysis, a particle 6f Mercury, Potash. or other potoonu in Swift'a Specific (S. 8. S.) AN EATING SORE Henderson, Tex., Aug. 93, "For eigh- teen months I had an eating soro on my tongno. I was treated by tho beat local physicians, bat obtained no relief, tho uoro gradually growing I concluded finally to try 8. S. 8., and was entirely cured after aalnj a few bottles. Ton have my cheerful pemiBtion to publish the above etatcment for tho benefit of those similarly afflicted." C. B. MoLzuonu, Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. TnB SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, S SS Tbelr Disapproval. By Cable and Associated Press.] EDINBDRO, Nov. notice has been given in tbe Town Council that a motion will be made to remove Par- nell'a name from the roll of bunzeaaes. The Cod That Helps to Cure The Cold. The disagreeable taste of the COD LIVER OIL is dissipated in sconrs EMULSION Of Pure Cod Liver Oil with HYPOPHOSPHITES OIT1 LIOMEJ 6OID.A.. The patient suffering from CONSUMPTION, imONCIIITIS. COUCH, COLD, OR WASTING may take the remedy with as much satisfaction as he take milk. Physicians are prescrib- ing It everywhere. It Is a perfect enmlilon. and a nonderful fleih producer. Take no other FURNISHING GOODS, HATS BOOTS AND SHOES._ Dyeing and Cleaning. E. OSBORN SOLICITS TUB PATRONAGE OK THIj residents ol Reno and vicinity in all branches of the nbove business. The latest process of dry or chemical clean- ing for fine goods. RECEIVING HOUSE Foi all goods and inquiries, JOHN SUNDER LAND'S STORE. Virginia Street. men 11 1890. FALL AND WINTER. 1891 MY STOCK OF- Foritlie Fall Hurt Winter IB now complete, consisting of the'Flnekt and Me (Muni tirades ol Men's and Boy's AND FURNISHING GOODS. FINE BEAVER OVERCOATS, Chinchilla ami Kerseys. A largo assortment of Men's aud Boys' Fine Wool and Merino Underwear. A line line of Men's anil Boys' "Wool and Cotton Socks Largest nail best lino of HA.TS In tlio Stnto, aluo a full lino of JOHN B. STETSON CO.'S HATS. A Large Assortment of Men's and Boys' Suspenders. The Finest Line of Wen's French Kid and Buck Gloves In the State, a full line of Wool-Lined Gloves and Milts. Finest Line of Neckwear aM HMWiels -------ALWAYS ON HAND.------- BOOTS AND SHOES AT ------IN ENDL15SS PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION. Custom Made Pants Always On Hand. IN BOYS' CLOTHING, We tave tbe finest assortment in all grades, run- ning in price from upwards. Country Mutts Mudc to Meaaare on Hliortent Katlcr. Orders will Reeeive Prompt Alien! inn. JOHN SUNDERLAND TAKE ADVANTAGE ........OF OUR........ OREAT SALE. Of our New Stock of Dry Groods Cloaks Prices Lower than Ever. UNION SALOON, Corner 2d and Virginia Streets, RENO, NEVADA' CHASE CHURICH. Proprietors WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OH JKSSF A. A. WhisVien. ForMed Iclnal Purposes these celebrated brands have no equal. Our bar is always supplied with Jie choicest brands of Uquors, wines and Clears. All tbe latest publications on file Pine B'lllard and Card Room attached, ocatf jSo Want of Candidates. By Associated Press.] CHEYBNNE, third ballot was taken by the Legislature to-day for the second United States Senator. With the result that votes were cast for eleven different candidates. T. J. GARDNER, 1AHUIAGE and OVERSHVMER'S STABLE, PACIFIC BREWERY, Reno Soda Works and Granite Saloon. J. GK Becker. Beer by the Glass, Quart, Bottle or Keg at shortest noticp. Latter Beer of the best qtwllty always on hand. Orders from the country receive prompt attention. Commercial Mow. Keno. Nevada. C. NOVACOVICH. H. I. BKRR BERRY KOVACOVICH, -----Wholesale and Retail Dealers in----- Groceries, Provisions, FINE TEAS AND OOFFEE8, and; Oysters Vegetables, FislL In season. FRUITS OF ALL KINDS, Wineo, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Crockery of FANCY We carry a GROCERIES. 6ne assortment Commercial Row, Reno, Nevada Reno Livery Fireworks, Flags, Firecrackers, Etc. II. FISIIER CO., SACRAMENTO, CAL etc. We make a specialty of Exhibition GoodM. Committees rcHpoclfully axked to correspond with UH, an we you more and better Roods than any other company on coast. Send for Price List. H, FISHEK CO. largest Dealersjn Pacific Coast. Corner of Second and Sierral Street, apTtl TJHE FINEST LINE OP Reno Carriages, Wagons, Carts, Etc J. LUKE CARRIES THK UEST class of goods to be found on the W. roast. Agent for Studebaker's Fine srhich cannot be excelled; agent for Frazer's Road Carta and best; also agent for the U. S. Carriage Co. The Best Horse-shoeing in 9-2 JOHN POTHOFF, Prop'r OPPOSITE DEPOT. NOTICE TO RANCHERS ON AND AFTER THE FIRST day of November next I will sell ap. trees at the following low rates in largelota for caith with order: Apple trees i to 4 feet high, u'A cu each by the 100or 1000; apple trees 4 to 7 feet high 25 cts each by the looor 1000; apple trees 7 to i'J feet high 50 cts each by the loo ot 1000 bearing size and age, but cash must accomprny the order and the of ceuts per i bale, if no discount to any one. STEPHEN CONNER. Reno and Ml. Hope Nurseries. Llyery and Feed Stable. First-class turnouts at reasonable prices. Transient Mtoelc Cftrefnllr Pro- vided for. MI A Room, OR ROOMS FOR RENT, NEAR THE bricjc school house. Inquire of A. O. Porter, GAZBTTB office, for novs'im Reno and Ml. Hope Nil Reno, Nevada. WILLIAM BROTHER, rvEALEKS.IN BEEF, MITON, PORK, VEAL, ETC. Are prepared to furnish the best meats at the lowest living rates. nov29 Kow Cor. M Lots for Sale. OR MORK ELIGIBLE BUILDING I III) Lots for sale at easy prices and eaay terms, south of tbe Tjuckee river, aouh easfofR.no. lEWSPAPERr NEWSPAPER!   

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