Reno Evening Gazette, November 19, 1890

Reno Evening Gazette

November 19, 1890

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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 19, 1890, Reno, Nevada I he Keno Gazette Has the Lest Eastern and CoEbt Telegraph Report of any paper between Sau irancisco and Selt Lake. A Look at the Gazette vfill convince anyone of its superior excellence as a newspaper. VOL. XXX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1890. NO. 43. SILVER DROPPING. Suicide of a Wealthy Citizen of Maryland. FOUND DEAD A HAY STACK Probable Duel Between Two University Students. Death Of a Brother of Senator Jones of Nevada. The Turburluut By WAMHISI, IUN, Scho- lk-ld has received it dispatch from General Miles Hinting that troops had been Bent to the 1'ine Uidgouod Kosc- bud Agenuiud, upon representations Unit the IndiuuH at thofc places have gotten beyond the control of the agents und the Indian police. WAHIIINUTOX, Nov. War Department this morning received a linputch from General Miles at Chi- cago, in which he says: "The re- ports are of the same threatening tenor 1'ine Kidfiu. Troops have been ordered to that agency aud llosebud to give protection and encourage the loyal, and restrain if possible the turbulent. The military Ure using every effort to restrain and avoid an outbieak, or at least to bridge over the time between tbin and severe cold weather. It is believed that any other courwo may -precipitate hostilities. Thus far there are no Indians reported having left the tebcrvaiion with hostile intent." General Soofield sent a reply ap- proving General Miles' course, and adding that the cavalry and artillery at Fort Kiley aud all other available troops be placed under his orders if the emergency seems to require it. MANDAN (N. Nov. thing is fairly quiet and the citizens feel tolerably It is reported that 300 young Sioux are missing from the reservation. CIIKYKNNE portation for the Fort Kuss'jll troops was received here this afternoon. Seven companies, under the command of Colonel B. II. Oftley, are in readi- ness to and expect to leave to- day for the Pino ilidge Agency. No trouble is expected from the Sho- shones and Araphoes and the Indians in Wyoming. Xo Huremi Wanted. By Associated Tress.) CmcMio, Nov. was a lively wrangle in the World's Fair Commission to-day over the passage of a resolution by the Executive Com- mittee, calling on the Secretary of the Treasury not to pay .any bills by the Foreign Affairs Committee, of which C'hauncey M. Depew is Chairman. The object is suid to be to prevent that committee from establishing a London bureau. The Executive Committee was severely taken to task by the Kovisal Commissioners for discourtesy and the matter finally went over with- out action. 1'rotmble Duel. Ilv Associated UAI.TIMOKK, Nov. story is in general eiicuhuion that two Mudents of the John Hopkins University ate preparing to fight a duel on Saturday morning. The challenged is a South- ener of a good family and the chal- lengee belongs to one of Baltimore's best families. The quarrel grows out Th- FBrnvlI Manifesto. By Associated Press.] NEW YOKK, Nov. O'connar, the Irish Envoy, paid this morning that Dillon left for Buffalo last even- ing for the purpose of meeting O'Brien. Dillon has the draft of a manifesto to be issued by Tarnell's envoys in this country, expressing confidence in Parnell's genius and devotion to the Inch cause and urging him to retain leadership. After a consultation with O'Brien as to the wording of the manifesto, the document will be issued. T. P. Gill, M. I'., this afternoon said the Irisli Envoys in this country- would not issue a manifesto, but he reiterated the statement that they will support Pornell under all circum- stances. O'Brien and Dillion, Gill thought, would not appeal from their sentence unless it might be to gain delay. They will serve their sen- tences as soon as they return to Ire- land. BUFFALO, Nov. 19. Dilliou and O'Brien say there is no manifesto to be isfued here. Krult Convention. Special to the SANTA CHUB Nov. second days' session of the State Fruit- groA'eis Convention commenced this morning with an augmented attend- ance. Essays were read by E. J. Wickson on the ''Practical Study of Entomology in the also one from Alex Crow on "Insect Friends and and one from H. K. Snow on "Chemical Fumigation." The last paper prpdueed the prmqipal dis- cussion of the session. The fruitmen from the southern portion of the State all claimed that fumigation with the hydrocyanic was the orange orchards of the State. They report the coming crop of oranges will be the largest and finest ever grown in the State. All growers of citrus fruits, apricots and prunes are enthusiastic over the season's The Slow Orloaun By Associated Press. 1 NKW OKI.KANS, Nov. 18. Popular indignation at the weakness of the prosecution of Chief Hennessy's mur- derers increase, and threats of lynch- ing the Italians in jail are openly made. On the other hand the Italian population are much aroused over a report that the prisoners have been brutally beaten. The Italian Consul, Signor Corte, has cabled the matter in full to the Julian Government, and the Gctzettct Catolitivct, edited by Rev. Father Manorettc, calls for an Italian man-of- war to protect Italians in New Orleans. Kront Han FranoiHco. Special to SAN FKANCISCO, Nov. 19. Governor elect Markluun, accompanied by Gen- eral Johnson and James M. Meredith of Los Angeles, arrived in this city this morning. The trial of Minnie Panhorst on the charge of the murder of Samuel Gold- berg on the- 22d of September last, came up to-day. Of a Russian Agent in Paris. THE BARIHG BROS. AFFAIRS Prove to be in a Very Unsat. isfactory Condition. More Irish Members of Parlia- ment Convicted .Found Dead. Special to the GAZETTE.) COI.USA Nov. Frank Kosenberger, son of a wealthy farmer of Antelope Valley, was found dead on a hay-stack yesterday afternoon. Ihe cause of his death is unknown. of a slighting remark concerning thej Associated Press.) Murder and Suicide. Ily Associated Press.] CHICAGO, Nov. morning Frank Vokey. a. cabinet maker resid- ing ut Pullman, shot his wife and him- self. Both are dead. Halanceit diood. Cable and Associated Press.) LOXIXJS, Nov. amount of bullion which lias gone into the bank of England on balance to-day was Hecelver Appointed. IJaltimoreans's sister. November Silver Purchases. Associated Press 1 WASHISOTON, Nov. 19. The direct- ors of the mint to-day announced that the Treasury has pur- chased during the current month, 4, 500, 000 of silver, the amount author- ised by law. No further purchases bo made until December 1st. A Molvpiit Bunk. By Assooatctt 1 NKWAUK (N. Nov. There was a run on the Howurd Savings In- stitution to-day. Money was paid out as fast as the clerks could count it. President FrelingheysBii says the bank can pay every dollar in full and have a million dollars left. Death of Jtuncn' Brother. By Associated Nov. Ex Post- master Thomas Jones died this morn- ing from the effects of a fall on Mon- day. He was a brother of United Suites Senator Jones of Nevada. NEW Y.ORK, Nov. O'Brien has appointed Francis Higgins re- ceiver of the North River Bank. An Tariff. By Cnblc and Associated Press.) Nov. Austria and Ger- many have agreed upon the conditions of a new tariff. Failure. By Associated Press.) NEW YORK, Nov. 19. Joseph Freck or, a dealer in teas and coffee, hai failed. _ Ba? silver, Tbe moek Market. By Cable and Associated Press.] LONDON, Nov. opened very flat, but prices of all securities have since improved. American se- curities are one point higher than at when they were from 1 to 3 lower than last evening's close. At M. foreign securities were steadier, but American railway secur- ities are again dropping. Discount houses are secure. The payment of coupons on the Uruguay bonds have been provided for. Tho chief cause of the depression in the stock market this morning was the refusal of the Bank of England to discount billa of Bivring Bros. Co. before maturity. After verging upon a panic the mar- ket closed with a better tendency all around. NEW YORK, Nov. stock market, in response to the panicky feeling in London, opened from 1 to down. Prices, however, were subsequently fairly well held, and on a comparatively moderate business are }4 better than at the opening. A Wall street chcular says: We can state on the authority of Colonel Magee that O. H. Payne and Vice- Presidont Lauterback have practically resigned from the Paciflc Mail direc- tory, and that George Gould will be President once more and J. B. Hous- ton Vice-President. Russell Sage and Jay Gould will go into the Board Directors." The excitement in the market soon subsided and business subsided into ft very moderate volume, and the best prices were well held. At 11 o'clock the market was fairly active and firm at about the best prices of the hour. The stock market after 11 o'clock was firm on moderate business and prices about the beet of the morning. The momentary weakness at noon as soon over and the market showed reater strength than at any time dur- ng the day; everything traded in, ad- ancing sharply, and finally lifted hove last night's prices. Later, after a slight reaction, further ains were made, and at the market was active and strong at the ighest prices of the day. Stocks after became more active and an upward movement made ma- erial progress, and closed active and trong at the highest prices of the day, Money is easier at from 3 to 4 per ent. Tbe last loan was at 3. CHICAGO, Nov. the result of L panicky feeling in London and New York this morning the stock market opened here 2 and 2% lower. Other markets were also lower, and there was a panic in pork. Later, however, on better financial news, there was a substantial rally all around and the market became steady. Affaire of Baring By Cable and Associated Frew.) LONDON, Nov. Times says that no bills drawn on Baring Bros, after last Saturday by their corre- spondents will be accepted, but all drawn previously will.be recognized. The Bank of England is practically in charge of the firm's affairs. It is probable the firm will bo resuscitated with fresh capital. The bank is charging a high rate of discount to prevent an in inrush of hills. It de- sires holders to exercise forbearance, and not to throw any unnecessary work on the bank. All acceptances already provided for will be met at maturity. Fuucral of A. H Km 111 The funeral of A. H. Estill wb died at the Palace Hotel, in Reno last week, took place from the SDV enth-street M. E. Church Sacramento Sunday afternoon. Rev. A. C. Ban delivered an impressive address, an many of the large audience wer moved to tears at the minister's refer etico to kiudly deeds of "Uncle Alf. A choir composed of Mrs. Addie Car- ter, Miss Emma Felter, R. T. Cohn anil Benjamin Edson rendered appro- priate music at the church and grave; The pall-bearejrs were Captian Timo- thy Lee. Hon. H. M. LaRue, Justice A MyKterloatt By Cable aud Associated Presn-J PAULS, Nov. Seliver- skoff, the Uussian agent in' France, died to-day from the effects of a mys- terious bullet wound in the head. One report says a stranger called upon him yesterday at the Hotel Bade, and after he departed Seliverskoff was fonnd unconscious by hid valet, shot in head. Other reportH state that the General received no visitors. No weapon was found, and the furniture waa not disarranged. The police at- tach some suspicion to the valet. The authorities are conducting an inquiry into SilverskofTs death. The police are convinced tlui valet had nothing to do with the shooting. The evidence clearly points to an assassin- ation. The assasin is believed to be a Russian Pole named Podelsky, a ser- vant who has absconded. The further the authorities inquire into the case the more the evidence tends to prove the murder was com- mitted by the Nihilists, and that the action was for political vengence. Conviction of Members ef Parlia- ment. By Cable and Associated Press.] DUIIIJN, Nov. Clonmel to- day a verdict of guilty was rendered against Wm. O'Brien, John Dillon and Patrick O'Brien, members of Par- liament, and John Callinane, Thomas Walsh, Patrick Mockley and Bolton, for conspiring to induce the tenants on the Smith Barry estates not to pay rent. Willian O'Brien and Dillon were each sentenced to two terms of imprisonment of six mouths each, their sentjnces to rnn concurrently. Patrick O'Brien and wure each sentenced to six months' impris- onment; Walsh Mockler and Bolton to four months without la- bor. Father Humphreys and Thomas J. Condon, members of Parliament, and Daniel Kelly and David Sheehy, members of Parliament, were found not guilty. ___________ Mew Hoard of Officers, By Associated Press.] NKW YORK, Nov. a meeting of the Directors of tbe Pacific Mail this afternoon George Gould was elected Presidect and J. B. Houston Vice-President. Jay Gould, George Gould and Russell Sage were elected Directors. This waa a decided victory for the Goulds and a defeat for Huntingtou. Last May Huntington caused George Gould's defeat for re-election to the Presidency because Gould proposed to pat on steamers between Tacoma and Japan and China. 'This1 would be to the advantage of the Northern Pacific and to the disadvantage of Hunting- ton's Southern Pacific, hence Hunt- ington'a opposition. Disarmed tbe Police. By Cable and Associated Press. MADRID, Nov. is the anniversary of the riot in 1884. The students refused to enter the univer- sity, and marched to the office of the minister of Justice, made a hostile demonstration. Then they marched through the streets singing and shout- ing. The Police drew their swords and attempted to cheek tbe mob, but they were speedily disarmed. The students afterwards gradually dis- persed. A Royal y Cable and Associated PressC] BERLIN, Nov. Victoria f Prussia, sister of the Emperior, as married to-day to Prince Adolph, f Shaumburg, Lippe. The ceremony ook place in the chapel of A He chloss. The chapel was filled with nembera of the Imperial family and, ae Royal and Princely House of Ger- uany in State robes, making a ificent picture. la Critical Condition. y Associated Press.] PHILADELPHIA, Nov. Mar- owe, actress, who has been ill with typhoid fever is not expected to ive. She is in a critii-al condition rom an abscess which has formed in her throat, and a consultation of phy- icians has called for this after- noon. Her life lingers on the the suc- es-s of tbe surgical operation. An Antl-1'olltlcal Organisation. 3y Associated Press.] PITTSBURO, Nov. The annual neeting of the National Non-Partisan V. C. T. U. opened this morning. Most of the morningsessiou was taken up with addresses and preliminary ivork. A Broken Leg. Special to the GAZETTE.! MERCED Nov. L Griffith, a detective in the Ivett mur der case met with a serious accident last night. He was riding in a cov ered wagon along the Merced river and when going up a steep bluff the horse shied and threw him out. Hi leg caught in the wheel, which cracke( the bone and sprained his knee. He was brought to Merced for treatment Death of Hosebery. By Cable and Associated Press.) LONDON, Nov. Rosebery wife of the well-known Liberal states- man, died this morning. She was th only daughter of the late Baron Meye de Rothschild. FURNISHING GOODS, HATS BOOTS AND SHOES. Virginia City, Nevada, Nov. tS 1890, John Kilroy, a native of Ireland, aged TTBTRP TO BIGHT. Do not be imposed on by toy of the numerous Imitations, substitutes, etc., which are flooding he world. There la only one Swift's Specific, and there Is nothing like It Onr remedy con- tains no liercnry, Potash, Arsenic, or any pois- onous substance whatever. It builds op the gen- eral health from the flist dose, and never 'afled to eradicate contagions blood poison and ta effects from the system. Be sore to get the [onnine. Send your address for our Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases, which will be mailed free. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. Dyeing and Cleaning. E. OSBORN SOLICITS THE PATRONAGE OF THK residents ot Re no mid vicinity in alt >ranches of the above business. The latest process of dry or chemical clean- ing tor fine goods. RECEIVING HOUSE F01 all goods and inquiries, JOHN SUNDER LAND'S STORE, Virginia Street. UNION SALOON. Corner 2d and Virginia Streets, RENO, NEVADA' CHASE CHURICH, Proprietors. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OP JKS9E A. A. WhlsVtes. ForMed- cinal Purposes these celebrated brands have no equal. Our bar is always supplied will .he choicest brands of Liquors. Wines and Ciitars. All the latest publications on file Pine B'lliard and Card Room attached, ocatf T. J. GARDNER, riAKKI Bud HlttS OVERJHYMER'S STABLE, Comer of Second and Sierral Street, Reno ap7tt THE FJNKST LINE OP 1890. FALL AND WINTER. 1891 Carriages, Wagons, Carts, Etc WJ. CARRIES THK WEST class of goods to be found on til coast. Agent for Studebalcer's Fine which cannot be excelled; agent for Frazer1 Road Carts and best; also agen for the TJ. S. Carriage Co. The Best Horse-shoeing in Nevada. J. XiTJICE. 9-2 MY STOCK OK- Forithe Fall and Winter IB now complete, consisting of theiFlnest and We- dlum tirades ol Men's and Boy's Clothing, AND FURNISHING GOODS. FINE BEA.VER OVERCOATS, Chinchilla anil Kcnoys. A largo assortment of Men's and Fine Wool and Merino Underwear. A nut) line of Men's and Boys' "Wool and Cotton Socks Largest and best line of H.A.TS CAJPS In tho StRte, also a fall lino of JOHN B. STETSON CO.'S HATS. A (Large Assortment of Men's and Boys' Suspenders. The F inest Line of Men's French Kid and Buck Gloves In tho Slate, and a full Hue of Wool-Lined Gloves and Milts. Tti Finest Line of MINT aifl HaDfltecliiels ON HAND.------- BOOTS _____TN ENDLESS AT PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION. Custom Made Pants Always On Hand. IN BOYS' CLOTHING, Wo bave the finest assortment in all grades, run- ning in price from upwards. KuliM to 31 ensure on Bbartent Notice. Country Orders will Receive Prompt Attention. JOHN SUNDERLAND, TAKE ADVANTAGE ........OF OUR........ ORE AT SALE. Of our New Stock of Dry Groods Heibron, Hon. N. Green in this city. It is temporarily insane. believed he was H. M. Reno. Bernard and J. J. Grant of A United mates Marshal Bned. Special to the GAZETTE.! TUCSON, (A. Nov. Zeckendorf, Commissioner to the World's Fair for Arizona, haa brought suit against United States Marshal Paul for refusing to permit him to go to the polls on election day af'er he had voted! The marshal says he simply carried out the election requirements. DoeU Strike. By Cable and Associated Press.! LONDON. Nov. thousand dock laborers employed on the Garston dock have struck, owing to the dis- missal of men who refused to load boycotted steamer A Pure ,Cream of Tartar Superior to other known. Used in Millions of Years the Standard. Delicious Cake and Pastry, Light Flaky Biscuit, Griddle Palatable and Wholesome. No other baking powder does such work. C. NOVACOVICH. H. J. BF.RR BERRY NOVACOVICH, -----Wholesale and Retail Dealers in----- Groceries, Provisions, FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, Vegetate Fish: and: Oysters In season. FRUITS OF ALL KINDS. Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Crockery We carrv a fine assortment of FANCY GROCERIES. Commercial Row, Reno, flevada. Fireworks, Flags, Firecrackers, Etc. H. FISHElt CO., dealers etc. We make a upecialty of Kxblbition Goods. CommitteHB respectfully aHkod to correspond wllli us, as we give you more and bolter goods tban any other company on coast. Send for Price List. H. FISHEK CO. Largest Dealers on Paciflc Coast. "mpa Reno Livery JOHN POTHOFF, Prop'r OPPOSITE DEPOT. Livery and Feed Stable. First-class turnouts at reasonable prices, Transient Mtoclt CMreftallr Fro Tided for. 0 A Room, 1R ROOMS FOR RENT, NEAR THF bricic school house. Inquire of A. O. NOTICE TO RANCHERS ON AND AFTKR THK FIRST day or November next I will sell ap- ple trees at the following low rates in large lots for cash with order: Apple trees 2 to 4 feet high, cm each by the too or loco; apple trees 4 to 7 feet high 25 cts each by the 100 or 1000; npple trees 7 to i2 (eet high 50 cts each by the loo or 1000 bearing size and age. but cash must accompany the order nnd the cost of ceuU per bale if no discount to any one. STKPHKN CONNER. Keno and Mt. Hope Nurseries Keno, Nevada. WILLIAM DIXOH BROTHER, TiEAI.KRS IN BEEF, MUTTON, PORK, VEAL, ETC. Are prepared to furnish the best at the lowest living rates, novio. Kow Cor. Mlerra M Lots for Sale. OK MORK KLIGIBLF. BUILDING _ Lots for sale at easy prices aud easy terms, south of the Tauckce river, souh 100 Porter, GAZETTE office, for particulars. east of Keno. Enquire of ovajtf B. BAYOON lEWSPAPERr VSPAPERI ;

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