Reno Evening Gazette, November 26, 1890

Reno Evening Gazette

November 26, 1890

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Issue date: Wednesday, November 26, 1890

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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 26, 1890, Reno, Nevada The Keno Gazette Has the beat Eastern arid Coast Telegraph Report of nny payer between Francisco and Salt Lake. mcuo A look at Uw tiaiette Will convince of superior excellence as a newspaper. VOL. XXX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBEK 26, 1890. NO. 49. LATOT FROM CHINA. Costly Blaze In Portland. Or. AXOTIIEH COLUMN EXPLOSION HnbcBH CorpnH Cane. By Associated Press. 1 CHICAGO, Nov. 26. Judge Gresham of the United States Circuit Court this morning imied a writ of habeas cor- pus to Charles Connsulman, the Board of Trade man, who refused to answer the questions of the Inter-State Coin- miaion regarding the discriminations made in his favor by the railway com- panies, on the plea thut his answers might criminate him, and was fined by Judge Blodgett. Judge Gresham will hear the arguments on Friday. P. CHANGES. Oregon Impvovement Company in a Fix. WDIASS ra MORE QUIET. Fraud Suspected in an Okla- homa Bank Failure. Brazilian Men-of-War in New York Harbor. The Miock Market. Ily Associated 1'revs.l NKW YOKK, Nov. opened comparatively (jniut generally a frac- tion lower. They displayed no inclin- ation to go furilicr downward, how- e.'er, until a pressure wan suddenly brought again to hear and the market sprang into activity. AVitlun half an hour, Millar, which wan (lie most act- ive, Hhowi-d a loss of 3, at 48; Pacific Mail yielded I'.C; Northern Pacific preferred t; Atcluson allowed marked strength during the raid, and in tho rally which followed, advanced mater- ially. The improvement was as sharp as tho decline, and the losses were (jiiickly regained in all leading shares at top figurcH. Union Pacific showed u g.iin over the opening of the rest being generally Hinall fractions higher than at tho start. Those prices wen; not fully maintained, but a firm tone continued. At 11 the market was fairly nctive and firm, generally at something better than the first prices. LONDON, Nov. 1-. StockH are quiet. Foreign Govern- ments and American railways others steady. Stocks remained very quiet after 11, but the upward movement continued and almost everything reached still higher prices than during tho first hour. Union Pacific was a leader in the movement; sugar rose to against 48 at tho lowest point. At noon tho market was quiet and firm at tho best prices of the morning. front clitna. Special to the GAZKTTB.! SAN 1'itANCfoco, Nov. Tho Hteamship Gaelic arrived this morning from China and Japan. Tho Chinese nwn-oi'-war Chiug Yuan, which was reported lost off the Cape of Brunrt, succeeded in getting into port witli several of her compart- ments full of water. Her stem was

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