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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 20, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                Jhe Keno Gazette Hf.s tho best Eastern and Coast Telegrupb Report cf any paper between Him 1 rancisco and Salt Lake. A Look at llio Gazette Will convince anyone o' its superior excellence as a newspaper. VOL. XXX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA? NOVEMBER 20, 1890. NO. 44. A BdLD FORGERY. By One who had a Good Name. OF WIFE MIKDER How Dr. Koch's Consumption Remedy Acts. ArrungoxnenU) for Two Ps ize Finrhts in the South. A Heavy Ituu. By Associated 1'i'ens.) NKW YOKK, Nov. run begun on the Bank and con- tiuuud all thin morning. Before 9 o'clock liumliwl oxcilecl Poles yittherod in I hi- virinity. Some pa- raded up and down the neighborhood all night. President Quiutard ex- pf'ctw the run continue to-day and to-morrow, f losuya the bunk is ready to meet it. The bank has not yet inude use of itn privilege of claiming ninety days, but it in likely to do so if the run con- tinueH for nover.il days. No reason in known for the run. NCWAUK (N. Nov. bigger crowd than on tl.t> two previous days, chiefly women, shiveiod outside the Howard Savings Bank thin morning long before the banlc opened. Many business men are making deposits to allay Ihe feeling of suspension. Pres- ident 1'relinghuyson says he has plenty of money to pay off the and if every depositor withdrew the bank would Htill have over The bu.-ines.s community is not wor- ried by the run on (he bunk. The crowd was bo great it was.necesi- sary to call out u squad of police to get j them in line, which extended out to I cunal street and down to Klixabeth. The depositors were then admitted in acmad.-) of fifteen. Oilers of assistance fiom other banks were declined. President CJninUucl said it wonld take a woek to Kettle with the depositors in to-day's line. Ion or By Cable and Associated Press.] PAKIH, Nov. request of the Russian Kmbassy no autopsy will be lield on the bcdy of General Seliv- crskoff. The Government is acting energetically againnt the Nihilists ia j 1'arin. Le Martin nays the police be- lieve the killing was an act of private tenger.ce. Podlesky was the lover of i a girl who has Vxsen enticed by a woman, at the instance of SeliverskoiT, into a house of ill-fame, and this, it ia claimed, is the motive fur the crime. A liahon existed between tho woman who iudiiced the tfirl to visit the house and SeliversUoif. The Nihilists here uflii m the Gene- I ral was the director of the Russian. i police in France, ami played an im- portant part in the recent arrest of j Nihilists in Paris. I The newspapers recall the fact that I a servant of Seliverskoff, named Mul- list-, was assassinated in Paris in j and that the murderer was never found. Since then'the Gene'ral has received a 1 number of letters threatening him with i death. The Relair says the Nihilists coui- mittee decided if Sophia Gunsborg, arrested at St. Petersburg for having j bombs, was sentenced to death, Ssliv- erfkod' should bo killed. woman 1 was sentenced to be hanged Monday and tho shooting of tho Ueneiul oc- curred the day after. A person resembling I'odlewaky crossed the Belgian frontier on Tues- day night. J All Kinds of Reports Relative Thereto. OF THE TI00PS. Trial Trip of the American Cruiser "Concord." Noii-Partisan Wing of the W. O. T. TJ. In Session. Worltl'M Kulr Hy Associated 1'rcss.J Ciuc.Uio, Nov. si meeting to- of tho ludy nmnagers of tl.e World's Fair, Mr.s. Potter Palmer of Chicago was unanimously elected I'residurii, ami a permanent organiza- tion was" effected. ,'j The World's KairCommittee passed si resolution saying the action of its executive committee in calling on the Secretary of tho Treasury not to honor tho drafts of the Foreign Affairs Com- mittee, of which Clmuncey M. Dc-pew is chairman, was not intended as re- lli'i'ting on that committee, but n part of si general retrenchment in all de- partments. A I.out tVliulcr. Hy Associated 1'ress.) SAX KIIASCISCO, Nov. Brit- ish ship Hounslow, which arrived to- day, 48 from Hatuvia, reports Unit the whaling bark Klixa, Csiptain I Kelley, went ashore on St. Lawrence iHhuul, October llth, during a gale. The New liedford whaler itelvideru was spoken with the Klixa's ciew aboard. The managing owner of the is a of the iirn. of Wright, 1kmIMI Co. of this oily. The firm eouM not estimate the valuo of tho but it is stated that si catch of five it lulled had Iwen made up to the time of the wreck. Htiwlt-y MtniitlM Pivt. lly Associivted Press.] WASHINOVON, Nov. Senator llawley is repjrted as saying: "The Republican majority in Congress should promptly clear the calender of the Election bill, Shipping bills, Su- preme Court bill, and every other measure in favor of which the Repub- lican party is committed. I do not believe that this is any time to show the white feather. 1 believe the Sen- ate will psiss the Klectiou bill." 31 un Uone Wrong. By Associated Press. KOCICKSTKK (N. Nov. S. Mark, formerly employed at the City National Bank, telegraphed the Bank of Commerce of New York to send him in currency, aud signed the name of the cashier. This morn- ing he went to the express office, got the money and decamped. Mark had heretofore borne a good reputation. Dy Cable and Associated Press.] BKHUX, Nov. Courier says of Dr. Koch's remedy, by the in- jection of lymph tubercle the germ is killt'd und at the same time the in- jected particles retain sufficient strength to detach and expel the dead together with the dead tissue. A repamtive process ensues and heal- ing follows. New Kaliroad By Associated Press.1 CHICAGO, Nov. morning the Santa Fe perfected arrangements so that hereafter all freight to and from Northern California points will go via the Colorado Springs Colo- rado Midland .Railway. -'This not only gives the Santa Fe a much shorter routeio Northern California, but will enable it to transport freight, which it could not handle heretofore, owing to the hot climate on the Atlantic Pacific road. .11 ore llruiMliijc .MutcltCM. Dy IXU.I.KS Tex. Nov. encounters were arranged to-day, be- tween Charles Herald of Dalles and Dick O'Connell, before the Audobun Club, of New Orlesins, on December 115th, for a purse of Also one in Dulles during Christmas week, between Mike Conley, of Dalles and Billie Woods of Denver, for a purse of Took a Mttorc Cat. Uy Associated Press.] l.os ANOKI.KS, Nov. S. Ledyard, aged 50 years, a real estate dealer, residing at Long Brancb, sui- cided to-day by empting both barrels of a shotgun into his body. The deed was committed in the presence of his nephew and a young man named Bus- sey. Leadyard has been drinking for some time past. I-'o tin it of SI ureter. By Associated 1'ress.l C'KAWKOUDSVII.I.I.: Nov. Tho jury in the case of Rev. W. F. Pettit, on trial for tho murder of his wife, this morning returned a verdict of guilty and fixed the punishment at imprisonment for life. Pettit broke down and cried 'like a child. A new trial was asked. UeatU of I. O. Handnll. B> Associated Press.) BATH Nov. C. Ran- dall, who accompanied Commodore Perry to Japan, having charge of a detachment left sit Loo Choo Islands, died yesterday. Ho was a forty-niner and sit one time wsis Deputy Collector of San Francisco. A Wollrt Institution. Dy Cable nnd Associated Press.] IjONDON, Nov. bullion in the Bank of Enghind has increased pounds during tho past week. The proportion of the banks reseived to its liabilities, which last week was S3.25 per cent., is now 35.82 per cent. The .MttihotUgtB Voting- Special to the PORTLAND Nov. vote is being taken to-day in every Methodist Episcopal Church in Oregon on the question of whether women are to be allowed a voice in the councils of the church. California Fruit. By Associated Press.) CHICAGO, Nov. Bros. Co. to-day sold a carload of California fruit, as follows: To-kay grapes, full crates, full cnites cf Corne- cheons, 05. By Associated Press. 1 NKW YORK, Nov. Northern Pacific Directors have declared their regular quarterly dividend of 1 per cent. The Indluu By Associated Press.] MISNEW.VUKAN (N. Nov. The Sioux on the Devil's Lake Reser- vation are not especially stirred up yet. All the troops at Fort Totten have been removed to Standing Rock. The citizens here are uneasy, but it is not believed the Indians contemplate an outbreak. STANHINO ROCK AGENCY' (N. Nov. McLaughlin has re- turned from a visit to Sitting Boll's camp, and he believes the danger of an outbreak is past. Sitting Bull and his followers are losing faith in the Messiah McLaughlin says the Indians are deserting Sitting Bull, and he hasn't enough men to go on the warpath if he wanted to. CHEYENNE, Nov. Girard has reached Buffalo, Wyo., with the information that a parly of Sioux are traveling up the Powder river vsvlley toward the Big Horn, and that depre- dations upon the ranchers in the Big Horn valley are being committed. VALENTINE Nov. eling men from Rushville report that couriers-' from the agency came there Tuesday night with a story that the anti-Messiah half-breeds had a fight with the Indians, and that sixty were killed and wounded, but the story is not believed. The town is full of refugees. Agent Rogers has brought his family here. Troops have been pushed on to Rushville, and will reach Pine Ridge this morning. WASHINGTON., Scho- field has received a dispatch from General Miles stating that the troops ordered to the Pine Ridge and Rose- bud Indian Agencies were expected to reach their destinations at daybreak this morning. OMAHA, Nov. Brooke and his battalion reached Pine Ridge Agency early this tnorning. The two troops of cavalry that have been pa- trolling the northern confines of the reservation all summer will join the command to-morrow. The Pine Ridge Indians are greatly excited and con- tinue dancing. General Brooke is informed that bands of Indians are en route from the Rosebud Agency to join with the Pine Ridge Indeaus. There is no truth in the report that sixty Sioux Indians were killed yes- terday in a factional fight. Another trainer. By Associated Press.] NKW YOKK, Nov. 20. The new cruiser Concord, on her trial trip, made as high as eighteen knots per hour against a strong tidal current. She has proven to be the fastest gun- boat yet built for the navy, but despite the splendid speed showing, she failed to develoo the requisite power. The failure is due directly to trouble in the second hour's test with the feed pumps of her after boilers, j ments, and we failed to meet ours. The Stocta 'Market. By Cable and A tsociated Press. 1 LONDON, Nov. regular meet- ing of the directors of the Bank of England held to-day ruswle. no change in the rate of discount. The nito in open market is nominally 7. At P. M. the was better all around, is heliuved the -worst is over, although it is thought sharp fluctuations are inevit- able. Prices, compared with last night's close, show a decided advance in American securities. At 3 M. consols for money and an advance and _1.10. Stocks" are finn and the bears are closing their accounts. The amount of bullion which has gone into the Bank of England 011 balances to-day was pounds. NEW YORK, Nov. 20. At stocks opened strong with gains of from 1 to 3 per cent. The Northern Pacific directors' to- day declared their regular quarterly dividend on the preferred stock. The.stock market continued quiet, only the Western Union, Villards and Atchieon showing real simulation. Prices sire firm at about the opening figures. A few stocks nmdo farther slight gains in the early trading, but a natural reaction set in and before the end of half an hour there were fractional declines. The resiction halted at this point and the market became doll and remained whithout change until the end of the hour. At 11 o'clock it was dull and study and generally small fractions below tlv opening. Stocks advanced slight fractions farther after 12 o'clock, but the im provement was then checked and con siderable pressure was brought on tho list, with the result of driving prices down to the lowest level of the day. St. Paul dropped Illinois Central and Burlington The weakest stock on the list was Rock Island. With a marked increase in its activity it was forced from 60% to There was no uews or deve! opments to cause the selling, and the pressure was by the bears alone. Stocks were very quiet after but only Rock Island nnd St. Paul show that prices have sloyly yielded to the light improvement seen on the final dealings. The market closed heavy at the lowest and. genersilly at fractions under the opening. Money is easier at from 2 to 6 per cent. The last loan was at 2. At Villard's office the following statement is made: It is not true that Villard has given up his passage to America, as published this morning. He will leave on the Aller to-day.' Another Failure. By Associated PHILADELPHIA, Nov. failure of Barker Bros. Co. is just an- nounced. The announcement of their failure on the stock exchange had the effect of depressing the market. The Barker suspension is said to have been brought about by a shrink- age in the value of securities and the banks calling in their loans. When the suspension was announced the stock of the Finance Company of Philadelphia, of which Wharton Barker was President, fell from 96 to 66, but it is authoritively stated that the company is in a position to pay every dollar they owe. The firm of the Barkers hsis been fifty-three years. Abraham Barker, the venerable founder of the bank, is one of the best known finsvnciers in the country, and was formerly President of the Stock Exchange. Wharton Barker said this afternoon: "The people who owed us money and Blue-Blooded By Associated press.] NEW YOHK, Nov. representa- tive crowd attended the sale of horses owned by ex-Congressman 'Scotts ot Pennsylvania this forenoon. The bid- diug on Bolero, the crack two-year-old of the season, was lively, and he was knocked down to Philip Dwyer for Banquet, a full biother to Teatray, was knocked down to Michael Dwyer for ______ Itecord Heal en, Special to the STOCK-KIN Nov. beat his record to-day, making a "mile in 2 -.11 '4'. The first quarter was made in :li2 and the half in FURMSHING GOODS, HATS BOOTS AND SHOES. 189O. FALL AND WINTER. 1891. Dy Cable and Associated Press.) LONDON, Nov. tclt- graphs it is i.i.l true that he conveyed any to Parnell as to the course he should pursue. "Another County Heard Kroni Stv-cinl to tlie FKEN.VO official vote of Fresno county is as fallows: Markhain, Pond, Bowers, Curtis, Klnc JarorN Special tolhe GAZBTTR.! SAX FBANCISCO, Nov. ninth juror in the Millie Panforst trial was secured to-day, and the case went ovi-r until Monday. Ton It the Outh. By Cable and Associated 1 TIIK Nov. Kaima to-dsiy took the oath as Regent. upon who wo depended 'did not pay us. They failed to meet their engage- Before the trial ended there were from two to three inches of water on the floor of the fire room. A rapture occurred in a nipple of the side pipe leading to the after air-pump. Not- withstanding the trouble, it is esti- mated the Concord developed nearly power, but the test will probably not be accepted as official. W. C. T. V. By Associated Press.] PITTSBDRO, Nov. 20. to-day'a session Mrs. Foster, Chairman of the Committee on Revision of Constitu- tion, reported a number of important changes. The report occasioned a heated dis- cussion, but was finally adopted. The following- officers were elected: President, Mrs. Phinney of Cleveland; Vice-President, Mrs. H. G. Walker of Minnsota; General Secretary, Mlns F. J. Duty of Cleveland; Recording Sec- retary, Mrs. F. Miller of Iowa; Finan- cial Secretary, Mrs. C. C. Alford of New York. Oold Prrmlnm. By Cable and Associated Press.] BUKSOS AYKES, Nov. fall- ing to 204 to-day, the premium on gold advanced and at the close stood at 212. Bar silver 99. .Will cHXB. By Cable and Associated Press. 1 LOXDON, Nov. dispatch from Buenos Ayres says President Pellegrini intends to resign. LONDON, Nov. dispatches from Buenos Ay res say that President Pellegrini will not resign. That's all that can be said now. Of course, the condition of the money market had much to do with the trouble. The step was necessary for the protection of our cusiomers." Thia is Wharton Barker's firm. They were largely interested in Read- ing scurities, Oregon Pacific bonds and Baltimore Ohio car trusts. The ffrm bad a small line of deposits. The firm had of late been doing very little business through the Stock Ex- change. The assignment was "niside to Ed- ward Mellor, a son-in-law of Wharton Barker. The suspension, it is said, was not much of a surprise to well-informed firms. Its credit had been poor for two months. It is said its-liabilities will be but its creditors are not numerous. The firm is said to have failed because of its inability to realize on outside securities. The failure caused a flurry on the Stock Exchange, 'm To Be Tried. Special to the GAXETTK.] Los ANGELES, Nov. who killed Mary Desirelio at Santa Barbara recently because she refused his at- tentions, and who was brought here to prevent lynching by the indignant citizens, was taken bock to-day for trial. Lovelocks. Xev 17. Richard a nai'.ve of fornin. agecl 36 ye.irs. Virginia Cilv, Nev., No- vember iq, 1890, K. O'Donucl. n native of 11 eland, aged 49 years. Virginia City, Ncv.. November i.S, John Kilroy, n iiative of Ireland, aaed ears. Hawthorne, Nev., No- vember is, is'fw. I'riiiikie. daughter of H. and A. Summm-field, a native of Siitro.Ncv, aged 11 ycar.s, 5, months and 25 days. Sweet water, Nev., Novem- ber 10, 1890, Henry Williams, a native of Ireland, aged 65 years. Aurora, Nev., November 5, 1890, David Chester Hall, a native of nfa, aged 6i years and 10 months. "With your name and address, mailed to the Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga., is necessary to obtain an interesting treat- ise on the blood and the diseases incident to it. Skin Eruption Cared. One otm? coHtomcrs, s highly respected and influential citizen, but who In DOW absent from the city, has used Swift's Specific with excellent rcanlt. lie eaya It cured him of a akin eruption that he had been tormented with for thirty jeue, and bad rculstod the curative qualities of many other medlcinco. BOUSBT CL.KOO, Druggist, Fulla City, Neb. MY STOCK OK- and Winter Is now fompluU', conslHttnjc of tlnt.Klncbt And Me- dium Grndt'S ol Men's and Boy's Glotliiog AND FURNISHING GOODS. FINK BEA.VEK OVERCOATS, Cliluclitliu uud JviTtuyn, A large assortment of Mcu's aud Hoys' Pine Wool and Merino Underwear. A lino line of MOD'S and Hoys' "Wool arid Cotton Socles Largest and best line or In tlio Stnlo, also a full lino of JOHN A. CO.'S HATS. A Large Assortment of Men'? and Boys' Suspenders. The Finest Line of Men's French Kid and Buck Gloves In the State, n full line of Wool-Lined Gloves aud Milts. Tli Finest Line of Neckwear ALWAYS ON BOOTS AND SHOES -------IN KNDLKSS AT PKICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION. Custom Made Pants Always On Hand. IN BOYS' OLOTHINe, We liavo the linest assortment in all grades, run- ning in. price from upwards. Multtt .11 tale to .lleunure on Hlinrtent Notice. Orders will Iteeeive EMULSION Of Pure Cod. Liver Oil and HYPOPHOSPHITES of Lime and Soda Is endorsed and prescribed by Joadlnjr physicians because botb the Cod Liver Oil nod. HypophoiphHet are tho recognized agents in ttiQ cure ot Coiuutnptlon. Ills Country Orders will Iteeeive Prompt Attention. JOHN SUNDERLAND, TAKE ADVANTAGE ........OF.OUll........ GREAT PIR EMIUM SALE Of our Now Stock of Dry Groocls Olo Prices Lower than Ever. PACIFIC BREWERY, Keno Soda Works and Granite Saloon. J. GK to Becker. Beer by tho Glass, Quart, Bottle or Keg at shortest notico. Lager Beer of the best quality alwaya on hand. Orders from tlio country receive prompt attention. Commercial How. Keno. Ncvoda. as palatable aa mtlk. Scott's Emulsion fa ft wonderful fie fit tfrodueer. It the Sett BemeAy tor CONSUMPTION, Scrofula, Wasting1 Dis- eases, Chronic Coughs and Colds. Ask for Scott's Emulsion and take no other C. NOVACOVICH. H. T. BP.RR Dyeing and leaning, j XOYACOVICH, -----Wholesale aud Retail Dealers in----- Groceries, Provisions, FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, Fish Oysters In season. HRUJTS Ol' AI.I; KINDS, Wines, Liquors, Offal's, 'Tobacco, Crockery. We carry a fine antortmeut of FANCY GROCKRIHS. Commercial Row, Reno, Nevada. E. OSBOILV CJOLICITS THE PATRONAGK OH THK O residents of Reno and vicinity in al) tranches of the above business. The latest process of dry or chemical rlc-in- ing lor fine goods. RECEIVING HOUSE Pol all goods and inquiries, JOHN SUNDER BAND'S STORE. Virginia Street. menu T. J. GAKDNER, OVERBHYMKR'S STABI.K, of Second and Street, Reno aprtf THE FINEST LINE OF Fireworks, Flags, Firecrackers, Etc. II. FISilER CO., SACRAMENTO, CAL dealersInlFiieworks, etc. We make n Hpeclalty of Kxlilbliinn Coinmlltenti respectfully artkeil to correspond with UH, an we give you tnore nticl bettor goodu than any other company on tbo coast. Send for Price List. 11. FIS1IEH CO. Largest Dealers on Pacific Coast. to Livery Carriages, Wagons, Carts, Etc class of goods to be foutid on the W.'c :oast. Agent for Studebnker's Fine which cannot be excelled; agent for Frazer'a Road Carts and agent For the O. S. Carriage Co. Tlte Best Horse-shoeing in Nevada. J. LTrKE. 9-2 JOHN POTHOFF, Prop'r OPPOSITK DEPOT. Livery and Feed Stable. turnouts at reasonable prices. Transient Mtoelt Tided for. fro MI A Room, OR ROOMS FOR RENT, NEAR THK bricK school house. Inquire of A. O. Porter, GAZETTE office, for particulars. NOTICE TO RANCHERS O.V AND AKTKR THK FIRST ilny of November next I will sell an- jjle trees at the following low rates in large lots Tor cash with order: AppU 2 to 4 feet high. uU cts each by the 100 or 1000; apple trees 4 to 7 feet high zs each by the too or 1000; apple trees 7 to r2 feet high 50 cts each by the loo or 1000 bearing size and age, but cash must accompany the order and the cost of ceuU per bale, if no discount to any one. 8TKPHSN CON.VKR. Reno and Mt. Hope Nurseries, novs'im Reno, Nevada. WILLIAM BROTHER. riEAJ.RRSlIN BEEP, MUTTON, PORK, VEAL, m. Are prepared to furniih the best at the lowest living 'Cor. Mierra M Lots for Sale. M9RK BUGIBMJ BUILDING I.oU for sale at prices and cany noutn of the Tjuckeeriver, cant of Reno. Enquire of HAYOON 'SPAPERf fSPAPERf   

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