Reno Evening Gazette, December 8, 1890

Reno Evening Gazette

December 08, 1890

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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - December 8, 1890, Reno, Nevada Ita Reno Gazette Has the best Eastern and Coast Telegraph Report of any paper between Sac Francisco and Salt Lake. VOL. XXX. A Look at the Gazette Will convince anyone of it8 superior excellence as a newspaper. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1890. NO. 58. As Expressed to Reporter. THREATENED RAILROAD STRIKE. An Exciting Debate In the Farmer's Alliance. Parnell Seems to be Ground Daily. Losingr Window on National By Associated Prens.J New YOKK, Dec. The Sun prinla a long reported interview on the finan- cial situation held by its Washington correspondent ith Secretary Windom. The Secretary says the Treasury De- partment is doing all it can to relieve the present stringency, and will con- tinue on the same line of policy fol- lowed up to this time. Thestringency is not the result of a contraction of the currency, he said, and there haa never been a time in the Government's his- tory in an era of peace when so much money was flowing out of the'ireaeury into the country. The Treasury has put out over within the last nineteen months, with no appre- ciable effect, and he thinks the money is hoarded up. The in gold held as the legal tender reserve will never be disturbed with his con- sent. He might possibly call on the deposited in the National Banks, but he docs not think this would be a very popular proposition at the present time. In conclusion, he said that whatever ho may do towards allaying the uneasiness in monetary circles, he dcas not propose to let the Treasury become bankrupt. NKW YORK, Dec. 8. The opinion on Wall street is that Secretary Win- dom's circular calling for proposals for the sale of 4 riercMt.- bonds as expressed this morhfng is favorable as affording some relief in itself to the monetary stringency, but still more so from Windom 'a state- ment to a New York correspond- ent published this morning. Wall street regards this aa an intimation of the future early action in this direc- tion on the part of the Secretary of the Treasrry. The improvement in the opening prices this morning is attributed as much to this anticipated action as to the circular calling in the 4 per cent. bonds. Parnttll To Take the Htamp. DUBLIN, Dec. 8. During the coming week Parnell will make an address at Dublin, Cork, Limerick and Water- ford. LONDOJJ, Dec. The Cork Exam- iner says Parnell's English career is closed. The Examiner thinks Par- nell has overrated his ability to secure a return of men to Parliament to take the places of the members who oppose his leadership. Parnell will be ac- companied on his coining tour through Ireland by the most active of his fol- lowers. Before his departure from England for Ireland, he will issue a manifesto to the people of the latter country, which will be signed by his supporters. In response to a call issued by Jus- tin McCarthy, the leader of the anti- Parnell section of the Irish party, all members of the party opposed to Parnell assembled to-day to further consider the line of polii-y to be adopted. Copied of the call were addressed to Parnell and his support era, but none of them were present. A council compesed of eight members, Messis. Abraham, Dillon, Healy, O'Brien, Arthur O'Connor, Thomas Power, O'onnor, Soxton and Sheehy, was appointed to assist McCarthy in in directing the further action of the party. The meeting was presidet over by McCarthy. An adjournment to 2 oVlook to-morrow was then taken Before adjournment, the meeting unanimously authorized McCarthy to prepare an address to the Irish pco at home and abroad. In this will give the present aspect of the Irish question and outline the furthe policy of the party. The Healy Gaelic Athletic Associa- tion has adopted a resolution request- ing Hoaly to abandon h is prewent sup- port of Parnell. An Karoewf OUenJtstan. By Asaodated PreM.] OCALA Dec. Farmers' Alliance assembled again this morn- ing, and, after routine work, the Con- vention listened to a report of the Committee on Legislation, with refer- ence to the subject of the Treasury bill. This matter had been under discussion over two hours. The exact nature of the report and the discussion is not yet learned, but a warm contro- versy bad been going on all the morn- ing, if one may judge by the loud voices, applause and the frequent raps j of President Folks' gavel. report' is said to have recommended numerous changes in the bill as originally drawn, presumably with the purpose of secur- ing Democratic support. Did Not By Associated rrttS-l PrrrsBUBG, Dec. threatened t-trike of the employes on this division >f the Baltimore Ohio Railroad did uot materialize to-day, aid a general strike is not regarded as probable. Five through freight trains moved this morning, and the officials claim they will have enough switchman at Glennood to-morrow to entirely clear the yard of the, freight accumulated there during the past week. BREVITIES. American Kedvrmttoo of By Associated Frew 1 "DETBOIT Dec. The By Cable nail Associated Press.) LONDON, Pec. anti-Parnellite VU KM SUING GOODS, HATS BOOTS AND SHOKS. Reported by Lieut. Fletcher of Dakota. I delegates of the American Federation members of the Commons made an of Labor assembled this morning. early appearance in the House to-day. Thev were welcomed to the city by tlu-1 Thirty-one entered the chamber in a President of the Board of Trade in the absence of the Mayor. President Gompera of the Federation responded. Gompers then delivered his annual TUB LATEST CHIME NEWS. Looal and Ooaora.1 IntolliKonoo. The GAZETTE predicts a stormy Xmas week. The mercury is hopping about in the vicinity of zero these uiglits. The stage between Sierra Valley and Truckee comes in on runners now. Efforts are being made to form a dancing club of forty members for the winter. Passengers are being transported between Truckee and Tahoe in a large sleigh. The W. C. T. U. give a social at the Congregational Church to-morrow evening. "Where are you going my pretty "I'm gunning for fools! Look she said. The year 1896 will be a leap year, after which there will not be another leap year until 1904. No finer display of Xmas goods can be found on the coast than is made by the Reno merchants. Several men have gone from Truckee to Prosser Creek and Boca, shovel in hand, to remove the snow from the 'in' Hyinan Fredrick's watch club drawing Saturday night Sim Williams drew the watch in club No. 1 and J. L. Stevenson in' No. 2. Workmen at the Truckee Lumber Company's logging camp wended their way to Truckee on Thursday through about four feet of snow. The funeral of the late Mrs. Wiljiam McGee, mother of Mrs. W. S. Bailey, will take place from the Baptist Church next Wednesday at 2 P. M. Unless that low wire on Third street, near J. S. Shoemaker's residence, is raised some fast-driving jehu will be likely to lose his scalp, if not his en- ire caheea. The Eureka Sentinel says; J. P. Tones still tarries in California. Many people believe that he will never be seen in Nevada again after the Sena ;orial election in Carson. Fifty head of horses belonging to S. A. Hamlin of the State Line mill, O. Lonkey and S. L. Laughton were started yesterday to Mason Valley, where the go to be wintered. The N.-C.-O. narrow gauge has again changed time, leaving Reno at A. M. and arriving here at P. M., which will necessitatelthe running of two daily trains, one each way. People who buy their blankets, jlothing and footwear at the White House are never troubled with colds, so long as this popular firm doen bus- iness in Reno there need be no excuse [or anybody going ragged or barefooted. PERSONALS. A Frightful Gunpowder Ex- plosion. 1890. FALL AND WINTER. 1891 body and took the principal places on the first four benches below the gang- way, with a view to prevent the Par- nellites from occupying their usual address. seats. Colonel Nolan and John Deazy Gotnpers, in his address, advised entered later and contrived to secure the convention to avoid c o itroversal' peats. Paruell's Bent had been rc- 1 perved, he having at ftn curly hour questions and concentrate its efforts upon suck issues most jaflixed a ticket to it. Healy arrived agreed. That such a is best evidenced by the success- of the eight- The Meadvtlle Bank Bad One. Failure a I hour movement agitation for a reform, I which has been in 137 cities, and has fier.efittod work- men in the countless others in other branches of the building trade. The demand for an eight-hour day will be made by the other trades in a series, and its final success cannot be questioned. The next industry to make the demand will be the coal mineis. They will move May 1, 1891. The address declares m favor of a system of national unions of individual trades. During the year author- ized strikes have taken place, out of which 989 have succeeded, 76 failed and 98 compromised. Gompers refers in commendation of a project for an international labor congress in 1893, coincident with the World's Fair; demands the enforce- ment of the eight-hour law in govern- ment work, and asks for a suitable federal alien contract labor law. Trust. By AstocUted PressJ. CHICAGO, Dec. 8.-The representa- tives of the barbed wire manufactur- ers of the United Stales met this rnorniog in response to a circular sent cut by J. W. Gates, representing the St. Louis wire works. Gates said the object of the meeting was to iorma trout and wise the price of wire one cent per pound. barbed E. D. Kelly of Winnemucca is in town. Rov. Mr. Sisson of Truckee arrived in town this morning. W. D.Keyser, the Carson and Tahoe stage was in town Saturday night. Oliver Roberts of Carson returned yesterday morning from a trip to Cal- ifornia. Judge Bigelow went to Carson this morning to preside at the fall term of the Supreme Court. Dan O'Keefe of the Grand Central Hotel returned this morning from a week's stay at the Bay. Mrs. A. B. Williams, who has been visiting Los Angeles relatives, re- turned home tlijs morning. Judge Thomas E. Haydon left last Saturday evening for Bakersfield, Cal., where lie goes to assist General J. R. Kittrell in the defense of W. T. Elliot, whom on the 10th inst. will be placed on trial for murder for the third time. Dr. D. W. Rulison has graduated from the dental department of the University of California and returnee to Reno with his sheep skin ready to hang out his shingle and repair old teeth for the millions. The Doctor has not yet decided where he wil locate, but may conclude to remain here. ohnt On-from the On account of the severe weather over the Summit from Sierra City to Greenville, the W. U. Tel. Co. have abandoned their wire between these points. This clones communication with the Yonni? America mine, the Plumas-Eureka mine, and with Qnini-y, Taylorville, Greenville and ail the points above Susanville. A I wire will probably be built in the I future from Reno. A Theater Kolibetl. By Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 8. Three masked men last night bound and gagged Billy Johnson, the janitor and nightwatchman of the Wigwam Thea- ter, and then proceeded to open the safe with tools. According to John- sou they vtoikcd an hour and a halt before they succeeded in opening it, from whence they took in cash, several watches and some utage jew- elry. After the robbery they left the place. Johnson managed, by hard work, to release himself, and notified the police, who are now working on the case. Mr. Meyers, the proprietor of the theater, states that (he jewelry was valued at JLatect Chlnrne News Special to GAZETTE-] SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. steam- ship China arrived this morning from China and Japan, bringing Chinese advices to November 13th and Japan- ese advices to November 21st. The details of ihe blowing up, on November 2d, of the Government Powder Mills at Tai Ping Foo are meagre, but agree in stating that 300 lives were lost, and all the houses in the vicinity wrecked. Fifty persons are said to have been at work in the milla at the time of {he accident, and of their remains only two limbs have been found. The cause of the explo- sion is unknown. One half of the city of Pa Chow, in the Province of Anhivei, is reported destroyed by fira originating from another powder explosion. The pilot schooner C. F. Farnham was sunk by the steamer Menelaus, which arrived at Shanghai on Novem- ber 1st. The crew of the schooner was rescued. It was reported at Shanghai, on November 6th, that the steamer Wen- chow and the steamer Toonau, en route from New Chwang to Shanghai, had collided, and that the Wenchow sunk almost immediately, while the Toonau had to be beached to keep her from sinking. Crops in the north of China are, on the whole, reported good. In Foochow district, however, the tobacco crop is said to be in a bad condition. The Eastern Steam Whaling Com- pany's steam whaler Nautilus arrived at Yokohama, on November Kith, with 1731 sealskins, after a six months' cruise in the Okhotsk sea. Whaling was unusually poor, the Nautilus and the Russian whaler Kautick having caught none and the American whaler Alexander, but one. The Swedish sealing snooner Bentonson has ar- ived at Yokohama with seal- kins. Professor Burton of the Tokio Uni- versity has been notified that his brother, Professor Cosmo Burton, died at a Shanghai hospital on Octo- ber 31st, of small-pox. The latter had but just arrived from England, as a professor of science for the Chinese Polytechnic Institute. Colorado Silver Hinea. By Associated Press.] DENVKB, Dec. unsettled condition of the silver market is caus- ng serious trouble among Colorado smelters and mines producing low grade ores. 'Unless something is ipeedily done by Congress hundreds of low grade mines in the State will be compelled to close down. When the price of silver went up, under the present Silver bill, low grade pro- iucers sent thousands of tons of ore to the smelters, Which was purchased at the advanced prices. The smelters are now loaded down with low grade ore, which cannot profitably be treated afthe present price of silver. 50 cents on the dollar. The whole They figure their loss since the decline at 10 cents per ounce on Hundreds of mines in the West are expecting to shut down. market, By Associated Press.] NEW YORK, Dec. opened rather active and excited at a level of Saturday's prices and showed consid- erable strength. Missouri Pacific, Union Pacific, Northern Pacific pre- ferred and sugar refineries each went up a few points. Trust receipts opened at 53, but soon fell to 50. It afterward rose to A reaction followed and many stocks fell lower than at the opening. At 11 o'clock the market was quiet and weak, but nt noon prices were somewhat better than the lowest of the morning. Skirmishing Reported. By Associated Press.) CHICAGO, Dec. 8. This morning General Miles received the following telegram from Buffalo Gap, 8. D. "The ranchmen, and Indians have had a slight skirmish, and the situa- tion is becoming serious, for the set- tlers are unarmed. Can you send fifty good rifles and ammunition, so that tho settlers can defend The General will leave for the scene of the Indian trouble to-morrow. Meadvllle Hank Failure. By Associated Press MEADVILLE Dec. continue to come in of new sufferers by collapse of the Delamater Co. bank. The bankers of the city say a cautious estimate of the liabilities would not be less' than unc may reach Nothing positive ip known of the assets, but the most j sanguine do not hope for more than 50 cents on the dollar. T1-- city is restless and excited. later than his colleagues. When he entered he took Parnell's sent, but McCarthy warned him to vufiue it. The parly appeared in excellent spirits, and they cheered loudly when .Deazy advanced to the Speaker's chair and moved the ibBue of a new writ for an election in North Kilkenny to fill tlie vacancy in tho House caused by the death of Edward Maruin. The writ was issued. McCarthy, amid the cheers of hie supporters, gave notice that upon the reassembling of the House he would call attention to the circumstances in connection with the recent arrest and prosecution of Dillon and O'Brien, and would move a resolution in rela- tion to the case. William Henry Smith, the Govern- ment leader, announced that when the House went into committee on the Land Purchase bill he would to adjourn until January 2d. Balfour moved a second leailing of the Land Department bill. Healy moved an adjournment of the debate on the ground that the Gov- inment is treating the llouse with contempt in not explaining the pro 'isions of the bill. Balfour'a Irish relief bill, which .ska an appropriation of to en- ,ble him to supply seed potatoes to he distressed farmers, piuhed to a hird reading. Imported Shipwreck. By Cable and Associated Press.] BRUKHKI.S, Dec. fishing smack which arrived from Ostend reports he Belgian training ship Ville Danvers oundered at sea. She had on board .00 men and apprentices. The Gov- ernment has received no advices of he disaster and does not believe the report. There is no truth in the report that a Belgian training ship has foundered. The vessel is safe. L Shooter Captun Arrlcleut. ipeclal to the i. .J Los ANGELES, Dec. the talian who shot young Donald, was captured at Azusa to-day. Hid vic- ,im ia reported very low. iV Coroner's jury to-day exonerated Deputy City Attorney Dunn from >lame in shooting and killing Major Mitchell while hunting yesterday. llallroad Meeting Called. By Associated Press J YORK, Dec. P. Morgan has sent a telegram of invitation to the Presidents of all the railroads west of Chicago to meet at his house in this city on the 15th for tlie purpose of discussing the railroad situation with the view of renewing the agreement." Bond and Silver By Associated' Press.1 WASHINGTON, Dec. Treasury Department has purchased of four per cent, bonds ueder the terms of the circular issued by the Secretary at prices ranging from 22 to The Department also pur- chased" ounces of silver. Annual Heeling. By Associated Press.] CHICAGO, Dec. American Livestock Association of the United States assembled this afternoon in a regular annual meeting. Wanta a Ueneral Consultation. By Cable and Associated Press.] DUBLIN, Dec. freeman's Journal, in which Parnell is under- stood to have an interest, advocates on its own without rec- ommending a plan to the other the grounds of its reasonableness, that efforts be made by the factions of the Irish party in a direction of concilia- tion and peace. It urges Dillon and O'Brien, to return from the United States to Paris forthwith, and that all Nationalists or delegates from each section of the party assemble in that city. _______ In Mouth Dakota. By Associated Press.] PIKKBE (S. Dec. Governor Fletcher confirms the report of destitution in South Dakota, and declares the boomers are trying to conceal the fact. He says: In seven counties there are accounts of loss of crops through the drought of the past three years; the farmers are destitute and wilt starve unless aided. Aid is being contributed by citizens of the State, bat he thinks a general appeal should be made. TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. Bar silver Queen Regent Emma of Hoi lam took the oath of office The House has passed. the McKinley bill providing for a rebate on tobacco HORN. Reno, Nev., Dec 6, 1891 to the wife of G. R. Hutchison, a daughter- JKAKHIKU. Reno, Ncv. Dec. 7, 1850 at Masonic Hall, Herman Ash to Miss Fannie Russalc of Reno. No cards. Virginia City Nev.. Dec. 6, 1890, J P. McAulilf and Miss LillieBeiry- A Pure Cream of Tartar Superior to other known. Used in Millions of Years the Standard. Delicious Cake and Pastry, Light Flaky Biscuit, Griddle Cakes Palatable and Wholesome. No other baking powder does such .work. BOOTS AND SHOES ------1N KN DLKSS V AT IMUCKS THAT DEFY COMPETITION. Custom Made Pants Always On Hand. IN BOYS' CLOTHING, We bavo the finest assortment in all grades, run- ning in price from xipwurds. MY STOCK OK- For the Fall and Winter It now complcto, consisting of tlic-JKIneBt and Me. (Hum Grades ol Men's and Boy's AND FURNISHING GOODS. FINE BEAVER OVERCOATS, Chinchilla and Itereeys. largo niBortmcnt of Men's nud Fine Wool and Merino Underwear. A lino lino of Men's and Boys' Wool jxncl Cotton Socks Largest and best lino of H.A.TS C.AJPS In tho Stnto. also a full lino of JOHN B. STETSON CO.'8 HATS. A Assortment of Men's and 1 Boys' Suspenders. The; Finest Line of Men's French Kid and Buck Gloves In tho State, a full line of Wool-Lined Gloves and MHts. Tie Finest Line of Neckwear M UUeis -ALWAYS ON HAND.------- HullH IMiute to .llraHiire on SlinrteHt Notice. Country Orders will Receive Prompt Attention, JOHN SUNDERLAND, RICHARD HERZ, HJCJSTO, DEALER IN HOWARD. WALTHAM ELGIN, OOLUMIEUS, ROCKFORD, HAMPTON And Flue awiss WATCHES, AT UNIFORMLY LOW PRICES! PLAIN AND FANCY ENGRAVING, Diamond Setting and Fine Watcli Repairing Are our Specialties. OVEB 20.000 WATOHE3 REPAIRED IN NEVADA.________ Corner of Commercial Row an Virginia Street, Reno. Prescriptions, Pure Drugs and Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Perfumes and Toilet Ar- ticles Generally, at SODA UD MINERAL WATERS analyzed) on draught at the fine new fountain. TAKE ADVANTAGE ........OF OUR........ O R E A T PREMIUM SALE. Of our New Stock of Dry Grooms

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