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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 24, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                I he Reno Gazette Has the best Eastern and Coast Telegraph Report of any paper between San 1 rancisco and Salt Lake. A Look at the Gazette ill anjone of its superior excellence as n newspaper. VOL. XXX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, MONDAY, NOVEMBEK 24, 1890. NO. 47. If Two Court to the GAZETTF..] SAN FRANCIHCO, Nov. jury in the case of Millie Panhorfit, charged with the murder of Samuel Goldberg, _ _, _. i was completed to-day and the case They Seem tO DO Sim-j adjourned until to-morrow. j The suit of Sarah Althea Terry and j David Terry, her deceased husband against, U. S. Marshal Franka, which lias been pending in the Superior mering Down. THE KM) OF A BAM Kl.V. The Influenza Again Prevails Hungary. n Baring's Successes s Register Ar- ticles of Association. The Indian Mm re. By 1'rcss. WASHINGTON, Nov. dis- patches from General Milert were re- ceived at the War Department this morning. Tho substance of them in mainly confirmatory of the news al- ready received from the We-t. General Brooke, in command there, reports that he is Hecure in his po.si- tion, and that tho friendly Indians are coming to the agency in increased numbers. MiNNK.M'oi.i.s, Nov. Journal's I'iurre, S. special ways: This is ration day at tho Choycnno Agency, and the Indiana are congregated there in large numbers. Tho scare is sub- siding. Indian Agent Norvtlle, who has just returned from tho Bad river country, ways the Indians there are abandoning the dances. Si'.vwAXo Nov. was u seriouH outbreak Saturday after- noon on the Munoiniuee reservation. A hundred and fifty armed Indians surrounded the logging camp of Henry Sherry, killed the hones and oxen, und destroyed the camp outfit. 'Hie thirteen white men, who were un- armed fled for their lives. The In- diana claim that tho white men were trespassing. Coal JH'alliire. Hy Ai-vociutctl Press j I'riTMiiuuo, Nov. 24.--rThomas Faw- cett Sons, one of the largest coa! i firms in this city, assigned this morn- ing. The liabilities arc estimated at Tho members of the firm say their assets will exceed this amount by Judgments aggregating were entered by the Central tbis morning, and all property of the linn wan levied upon to satisfy the claims. The liabilities are with assets of about The firm ban been carrying a large amount of paper, and for t-vo months it was known that they were about to give up the light. The failure will have no eflVct upon the Central Bank, as it is amply protected. The failuie is at- tributed to the long continued depres- sion of tho rivor coal trade. O'ourt for the past two years, transferred to-day to the U. S. Circuit Court, and the attorney for the de- fense moved to diniuitts the case for a failure to secure a summons within that time. A VIOLENT GALE. Causing Several Col- lisions and Wrecks. ANOTHER KEMMIER CASE DECIDED Tho HarloBH Hy Cable and Associated Press.] LONDON, Nov. articles o: association of the company acquiring the business of Baring Bros. Co. were registered to-day. Ua? silver 103J-.1 W1XTEK FASHIONS. failure. By Associated Tress.) NEW YOHK, Nov. 24. Edward Brandon, a member of tho stock ex rhango since 1854, has failed. It is said that all through the recent decline Brandon carried a laige line of stocks, but after losing an immense amount of money on the bull side, he turned- bear and sold stocks short and was caught in the rapid advance that fol- lowed. TI.e assignment was made to Itobert S. Millor, with preferences ag- gregating Dentli or an Oetosciiurlmi. By Associated Press.) VACAVII.I.E Nov. son Gates, the second Octogenarian resident of this valley to die this week, died aged He was born in Virginia, and arrived here in 1800. Ho leaves three sons, all well- known fruit growers, and two daugh- ters. Will .tppealed. Bv Associated Press.] MixxR.u'ous, Nov. Winni- peg special says Judge Killum to day delivered a decision against an appeal by tho Roman Catholics against the Act passed by the last Legislature abolishing separate schools. The case will be appealed to Kngland. More Intlurirs.a Oy Cable and Associated Press.1 I'KSTH, Nov. epidemic of influenza is prevailing in Fuenkirchen, Hungary, and a thousand persons are sick. A conference of doctors has been called. Knit of a Httult Ititn. By Associated Press.l NKW YORK, Nov. run on the Citizens Savings Bank is practi- cally over. This morning only fifty depositors called for their money. Month Cnrollnn Klot. By Associated Press CIIAMHKRS (S. Nov. tele- gram from Sheriff at Sun.ter says the riot has subsided, and that twelve of the'ringleaders have been arrested and are on trial. What There lu Kife If You Aiot With the KntOiloii Buttons will be used ornamentally, especially artistic ones, painted by hand with gracefully fantastic designs, heads oi women or children, etc. Sleeves of young girl's evening dresses are often made w ith the sleeve opening on the outside of the arm to show the point of the shoulder. The new dress material of the sea- son is called and is a ribbed fabric resemblini: closely the material used for men's clothes. Basques are cut longer, and what is called three-quarter length will be the most popular. Spots are a decided feature in fash- ion, and some of the gowns look as if peppered all over with lozenges; for instance, a black Velours du Nord, covered all over with large white spots of somewhat larger pile than the ground work, is bordered with fur and has a sword belt trimming carried across the bodice of white worked in silver, tho ends falling ut the back. The sleeves are long and large, falling over the hands like tho Marguerite gowns. A very handsome outdoor costume is in myrtle-green velvet, extremely simple in style, yet most artistic. The full sleeves are finished by of Brussels applique, and where the bodice crosseH over to the there is a frill of the same lace. Below the waist is arranged a silk sash of ihe same shade, with ends like' an old- fashioned netted puise, gilt bead lines interspersed in a deep silk fringe. Satin antique, says the Court C'.V- ottlar, is to bo the fashion in the most distinguished circles this winter. It is not to be confounded with the moire antique, and dates from the costumes of the graudes dames of the sixteenth TKUCKEE NEWS ITEMS. A Prisoner Allowed to Carry His Pistol into the Court. Xew HldcivalkH A (xood Hafe loc Kit. The Truckee Republican of the 22d inst. says: Plank sidewalks are being put down on Front street for the win- ter, and in the spring will bs replaced by artificial stone. This is another commendable step. Tho safe of J. G. Booth, which passed through the recent fire, has been opened and found not to bo the least damaged on the inside. It is tho second warming to which it has been treated. Hatchet and saw are busily engaged in erecting a dance-house and saloon across the river, east of the bridge. There are under construction two large "buildings, a'id it ia presumed there will be more to follow. The fondest hopes ol the paopleof Truckee have been realized in this mailer, and the struggle is now at an end, the re- sult having accomplished with a few harsh words and rp bloodshed. Main street real eit .te will be in demand at advanced prcjs. A repetition of straggle to ol Jain ice which occurred bero last year promises not tooccurtbis winter. Ice at prr.-'ent is about eight inches thick and constantly increasing. Should we be visited by a he-vy snowstorm, the ice will easily be..r up the weight of a team, and the beautiful can be removed without much cost or trouble to Ihe companies. The Maintain Ice Company commenced operations last year on the Oth of December, and one other company began about the 4th or 5th of the same rnoath. THE TIN-PLATE INDUSTRY. How It Is Affected by a Demo- cratic Political Victors'. A leading Eastern free trade paper tauntingly alludes to the scheme for manufacturing tin-plate at Pittsbnrg as something which has dropped out of sight since the election and inti- mates that the report was merely an election dodge. Pittsbuni papers state that the Democratic Congressional victory has stopped the enterprise for the present. No firm can afford to invest a million dollars in a plant with a prospect of being subjected to foreign competition by the next Congress. This is one of the evil effects of Dem- ocratic victory npon American in- dustries. The Republica" hold upon the Senate will be too precarious to warrant capital in ripkius; much on it, although it may prevent the wp-8t effects of Democratic destructive policy. A Train Incident. That's Gov'nor Boggs, said the polite Pullman porter, answering the inquiry about a distinguished looking old gentleman, with grey beard and a nilk hat. "And who is Governor said the inquirer. And the porter answered under his breath, "D-----d if I know, sah." The "World's Pair Commission- ers Still Quarrelling. Armed I'rlHOnrr'M Illoody Work, By Cable and Associated Press.] PANAMA, Nov. Rivas, Nic- aragua, October 22d., Tomas Martinez was arraigned for trial, charged with attempting to murder Dr. Trinidad Flores. When the accused was called upori' to plead he stepped forward, and putting his hand.into his- pocket, ex- claimed, ''Gentlemen, I know the jury will condemn me, but before be- ing condemned I must get rid of this' and thereupon drew a revolver and shot Dr. Florea dead. Senior Gustaveo Chamorro picked up a chair, but almost immediately fell, shot through the brain. Gregori Rcjas, an old gentleman and father-in-law of the tirst victim, closed with the prisoner, who shot again wounding gerously. The prisoner escaped, but was afterwards recaptured. A Vale. By Cable aud Associated Press.] LONDON, Nov. gales pre- vail in the south and west of England, and many vessels are seeking shelter. The Danish schooner Regina has been sunk in collision with the steamer Primate, and five of the schooner's rew were drowned. The steamer put into Copenhagen. (i. violent gale is still prevaing in the English Channel and elsewhere along .he coast, A nunjber of wrecks and collisions have been reported. The steamer tJppingham is ashore at Hart- and. Twenty-one persons were res- cued from the steamer. The first officer was lost and a boat containing ive of the crew is missing. Judgments Affirmed. Bv Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Nov. Su- preme Court of the United States has affirmed the judgment of the Supreme Court of the State of New York in the case of Shibuya Jugtro, the Japanese murderer condemned to be executed by electricity. The court merely held that the case was entirely similar to that of Kemmler. It also aflirms the judgment of the Circuit Court of Maryland in the case of Henry John and two others sen- tenced to death for a murder com- mitted during a riot on the Island of Navassa in 1889. Foundered at Sea. By Cable aud Associated Press.] LONDON, Nov. British steamer Calypso, from Mediterranean ports, foundered off Sandgate, after being in collision. Tne crew of the Calypso have ar- rived at Folkestone. The collision oc- curred last night. The other vessel was a Spanish steamer, and it is sup- posed that she also foundered. Aif> Conclusion Beached. By Associated Press.l CHICAGO, Nov. secret confer- ence was held to-day by a joint com- mittee of tho National Commission and the local Board of Directors of the World's Fair, with the view of decid- ing the disputed question of jurisdic- tion over the funds raised for the Fair and the matter of soliciting exhibits. No conclusion has yet been reached. The HtocU Market. By Cable and Associated Press.) LONDON, Nov. opened stronger und higher than at the close on Saturday. At the close American stocks were a Httle below the best of tne day, owing to seiling orders from New York. NBW YORK, Nov. 24 showed irregular changes-from Saturday, al- though generally for fractions. The sales of securities under the rule for the accounts of the broker whose suspension was announced at the opening made muteiially lower prices for Jersey Central, and an im- provement in Nickel Pl.ite and some i others. Jewey Central dropped from 102 to rind others more in" sbhie cases. The general list was inclined to rally, but these losses checked the tendency, and the pressure increased towards the end of the hour. The market at 11 o'clock was very active and weak at the lowest.. After 11 o'clock the effect of the sales under the rule had passed away, and prices began to recover slowly, while the amount of business done showed a material falling off. The market at noon wao compara- tively quiet and strong at slight de- clines from opening prices. Stocks after 12 o'clock developed a decidedly strong and buoyant tone, which carried all active stocks to ma- terially higher figures. St. Paul was specially prominent, rising on a large business from 49% to while Atchison and Northern Pacific pre- ferred rose and Union Pacific aim Kock Island each The upward movement in the sugar refineries was checked towards 2 o'clock, but the best prices were well held. At the market was fairly strong at the best prices of the day. Money is easy at 3 to 5 per cent. The last loans were at 4 per cent. Stocks after continued to ad- vance, and better figures were reached all over the list, and they closed strong at the highest prices of the day. An Old Woman Murdered. By Associated Press.] WHITE RIVER JUNCTION Nov. Mirism Marston, a widow aged 70 was murdered yesterday while alone in her house. Her head was battered in. There is no clue to the murderer. A Valuable DlBcovery. The State Board of Horticulture of California and donors have presented Albert Koebele with an elegant gold wntch and a pair of diamond for Mrs. Koebelo in recognition of the services of Mr. Koebele in discovering and introducing the Australian beetle to this State, which has proved to be a parasite which destroyed the white scale on fruit and ornamental trees. FURNISHING GOODS, HATS 1JOOT.< ATSD SHOKS. 1890. FALL AND WINTER. 1891. Induced to Vacate. Haupt, the Bnite, Mont., real estate man, who jumped a piece of land near Helena, built a small houpe on the property. The owners iftoved on the trespasser last Thursday, him out of the house and off tho ground at the end of lire to the ehanty. He was threatened with death if he returns. MUll Very Hick. A. O. Porter of the is still vary sick. Ho seems to have had a relupso within the last day or two. Itucklen's Arnica Malvts The best salve in tXe world for cuts, brula ores, ulcers, salt rheum, lever sores, chnpp hands, chilblains, corns aud all skin eruption and positively cures or no pay reouired It la guaranteed to zive satisfaction, o money refunded. PI'CI- as cents per box. F< by Wm.Pinniirer florrrtw IIOKN. Reno, Nev., November 1890, to the wife of John Godfrey, twit daughters. Glen brook, Lake Tahoe. Nev. November ai, 1890, Kmma, daiifjliter ut" Mr and Mrs. J. M. Short, aged 5 years. the Hill Ranch below Wads worth, Washoe County. Ncv., Novembe 31, Wm. Stewart, a California pioneer aged 84 yearh. Wadswortli, Nev..November 21 1890, Kva, daughter of James Kinky, age< 13, years and 5 luon.hs. farneli to Ketlre. By Cable and Associated Press.) LONDON, Nov. 24.-----The the leading Home-rule paper in England, says it has reliable information that Parnell will retire from the leadership of the Irish Nationalists. Death of a Banner. By Associated Press.] NEW YORK, Nov. Bel- tnont died at 3 o'clock tbis morning. Belmont's banking house is closed, and on the door is a notice of the banker's death. His death was caused by a severe cold. Belmont was 74 years old. Motion Denied. By Associated Press.! BROOKLYN, Nov. Pratt of the Supreme Court has denied the the motion of the Trustees of the Sugar Trust to vacate the interlocutory de- cree entered against them. Wilt Me In Btatr. By Cable and Associated Press.] THE HAGUE, Nov. remains of King William, attired in his mili- tary uniform, will lie in state in the chamber in which he died till re- moved to the vault. A Hatrrlat Gain. By Associated Press.] NEW YORK, Nov. Brooklyn police census returns show a popula- tion of The Federal census made Women To Be Admitted. By Associated Press.] LYNN Nov. first church, known as the "Mother of New England has voted in favor of admitting women into the general conference. Village Burning. By Associated Press.] BUFFALO, Nov. from Akron, Erie county, this afternoon state that a great conflagration is rag- ing in that village. Particulars are unobtainable. Triumph for aietliodiat Women. Woman suffrage in the Methodist Episcopal'Church is carrying the day in Iowa. Returns from nearly all the church elections in the various charges of the Northwestern Iowa district in- dicate that woman has triumphed by an overwhelming Majority. The ques- tion at issue was whether women should be admitted to the General Conference as delegates. In each charge a regular election was held. TO 1'UH BIGHT. Do not be Imposed on by any of the numerous Imitations, gnbstltatee, etc., which are flooding the world. There la only one Swift's Specific, and there Is nothing like it. Oar remedy con- tains no Mercury, Potash, Anente, or any pels- rotxUnce whatever. It bolide np the gen- eral health from the first doee, and baa never faued to eradicate contagions blood potion and Its from the system. Be enre to get the genuine. Bend your address for our Treatise ou Blood and Skin which will be mailed ftee. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta. Oa. NEW TO-DAY. Assessment Notice. 0 A SncceaHfal HlufT A farmer driving a team with a load of hay was halted by a highwayman near Portland, .Or., last Wednesday evening. "I hauled that hay twenty- seven miles to get my replied the farmer, "and I am not going to give U to you. Let go my or 1 will put a bullet into you." The high- wayman let him pass. OF THE UNION DITCH COM pany, a corporation, principal piece of business, Reno, Nev. Notice is hereby given that at n meeting of the trustees of '.he Union Ditch Company, held at the otfice of the company, November 14, 1890, an assessment (No. of 75 cents per share was levied each and every share of the capital MOCK of said Compuiy, now issued, payable imme- diately to the secretary; and any stock upon which said assessment shall remain unpaid on Wednesday the 24th. day of December 1S90. shall be deemed delinquent, aud may be advertised lor sale at public auction, and may be sold to pay such delinquent assessments, cost of advertising and expense of sale. By order of the Boird ol Trustees. T. V. Jl'UAN. Reno November 24 1890. no For Sale. At lowest prices this week, part of house- hold furniture consisting ol one kitchen stove, otic dining stove, one Bed Lounge, two tables, one spring rocker, chairs, carpets ets. Must be sold Ibis week. Also good hard- finished house to rent. Residence third st. next door to J I, Mcl-'arlins. MRS. W. MUNDKIX. T. J. GARDNER, OVERJHYMER'S STABLE, Corner.' of Second and Sierrnl Street, Reno ap7ti THE FINEST LINE OP Carriages, Wagons, Carts, Etc WJ. CARRIES TIIK class of goods to be found ou the :oast. Agent for Stjdebaker's Fine Carriages, which cannot be excelled; agent Tor Frazer'i Road Carts and bent; alho agent for the O. S. Carriage Co. The Best Horse-shoeing in Nevada. 9-2 MY STOCK OF- anlllfltoear Foifthe Full Winter Is now complete, ronstntlnK of Me dluni Grades ol Men's and Boy's (Ming, AND FURNISHING GOODS. PINE BEAVER OVERCOATS, Chinchilla A largo nesortment of lion's and Boys' Pino Wool and Merino Underwear. A flno line of Men's anJ Roys' Wool and Cotton Socles Largest and best line or C.AJPS In tUo State, Mao a full line of JOHN B. STETSON A CO. 'S HATS. A (Large Assortment of Men'? and Boys' Suspenders'. Tha Finest Line of Men's French Kid and Buck Gloves s In Siato, a full lino of Wool-Lined Gloves and Tie Finest LiDe of Nectar -------ALWAYS ON HAND.- BOOTS AND SHOES IN KNDLICSS AT PKICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION. Custom Made Pants Always On Hand. IN BOYS' CLOTHING, Wo have the iinest assortment in all grades, run- ning in price from upwards. .lludv to on Mhnrtrttt %'otice. Country Orders will Receive Prompt Attention. JOHN SUNDERLAND, RICHARD HERZ, WALTHAM EL.QIN, COLUMBUS, ROCKFORD, HAMPTON And Flue SWISS WATCHES, DIAMONDS, RUBIES, EMERALDS. SAPHIRE8, OPALS, PEARLS, MOONSTONES ETC., ETC. AT UNIFORMLY LOW PRICES! PLAIN AND FANCY ENGRAVING, Diamond Setting and Fine Watch Repairing Are our Specialties. OVER WATCHES REPAIRED IN NEVADA._________ Baking Powder A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder Superior to other known. Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard. Delicious Cake and Pastry, Light Flaky Biscuit, Griddle Cakes Palatable and Wholesome. No other baking powder does such work. Corner of Commercial Row an Virginia Street, Reno. Prescriptions, Pure Drugs and Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Perfumes and Toilet Ar- ticles Generally, at PRICES. SOM AMI MINERAL WATERS (Carefully analyzed) on draught at the fine new fountain. TAKE ADVANTAGE ........OF ORE AT PREMIUM SALE. Of our New Stock of Dry; Groocls Prices Lower than Ever, lEWSPAPERr   

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