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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - December 9, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                ito Keno Gazette HM the best Eastern and Coast Telegraph Report of any paper between San t raiicittco and Salt Lake. VOL. XXX. WORK OF Terrible Death of Iron Worker. an WftTEKff JIM! KTATEMEM. A Loob at the Gazette Will convince anyone of superior excellence as a newspaper. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, DECEMBER 9, 1890. NO. 59. Cleveland Confident Renomination. of Archduke John of Aunt-la, lleved to be Lost at Sea. By Associated Press.1 WASHINGTON, House Committee on Appropriations to-da; reported a bill making a deficiency appropriation ior the public printing and binding. Ueferred to Committee of the Whole. The same committee reported the Fortification bill. Same order. The House resumed the considera- tion of the 1'luinb resolution looking to a removal of the remains of General U. S. Grant to Arlington. Dunnell, Chairman of the House Committee the Kleventh Census, introduced La the House to-day a bill making the renpportiosment of Con- gressmen under it. The bill provides that after March 3d tho House ahull consist of members. Tho following States have increased their representation an follows: Alabama 1, ArknnHas 2, California 1, Colorado I, Georgia 1, Illinois 2, Kansas 1, Massachusetts I.Michigan 1, Minne- sota 2, Missouri 1, Nebraska 3, New Jersey 1, Oregon 1, Pennsylvania 2, Tennessee 2, Texas 2, Washington 1 and Wisconsin 1. The other States are unchanged. 8KNATK. The Senate bill to authorize the First National Bank at Fort Benton, Moot., to change its location to Great Falls and its name to that of the "Northwestern National Bank of Great was passed. The Senate bill introduced last ses- sion to establish a public farm in each county within the limits of the Re- public was reported back adversely and indefinitely postponed. Plumb introduced a bill to reduce the amount of United States bonds required of the National Banks and replace them with surrendered notes, and to piovide for- tho free coinage of silver. Referred to the Committee on Finance. He also offered an amendment (in tho same terms) to the bill now on the calendar, so that the matter can tx> brought before the Senate independ- ently of tho "reports of the Finance Committee. In doing so, he gave no- tice that if the election bill is not dis- posed of at an early day, he would move to lay it asMe for the time being in order that the bill just introduced by him, and all other measures relat- ing to the financial condition of the country, can be considered. The Market. By Associated Press. 1 NEW YORK, Dec. All active stocks opened bigherj bat the liberal realization caused a recession of North- ern Pacific preferred. The market became bulled, but re- mained firm mt 11 o'clock only a slight fraction below the opening. Comparative dullness marked the dealings in the stock- market after 11 o'clock, but the strength disappeared and everything dealt in shaded off] while Western cllned to 72 against at the open- I iug. At noon the market was quiet to dull and steady to firm at fractional declines from the opening figures. Money 12, Pacific 69, Atchison 29, Central Pacific 28X-. Burlington Kio Grande Northern Pacific 20, preferred 60, Northwestern 1M', New York Central W14, Oregon Navigation 70, North American 11, Pacific Mail 28, Rock Island St. Louis San Francisco 32, St. Paul Omaha 20M, Texas Pacific Union Pacific 43, Fargo Express 35, Western Union Stocks grew stronger and higher after 2 o'clock, Union Pacific leading with an advance of two points. The market closed active and strong at the highest prices of the day. HI. Increase of Business on the Atchison By. TIE UDUNS STILL DMCIKQ And the Much Settlers Alarmed. Very An American English Type Foundry Syndicate. Farmers' Alliance Affairs. BylAssociated Press. 1 OCALA Dec. financial policy of the Farmers' Alliance con- tains among other things the follow- ing demands: Abolition of National Banks; loaning of money direct to the people; an increase of circulating me- dium; a law prohibiting dealing in futures on agricultural and mechanical products; free coinage of silver; a Invr prohibiting alien ownership of lands; that lands held by railroads in excess of what are actually used be reclaimed and held for actual settlers only; that the necessaries of life be put on the ree list; tax on incomes; a reduction n revenue tax; Government control of railroad and telegraph lines. Two tlntoriaMte Rallroaitn. By Associated Press 1 KNO.xvu.r.K Dec. The Railroad known as the "Three C. S." to run from here to Minneapolis in the course of construction, has beeu placed in the hands of a receiver. The liabilities are said to he The Massachusetts Southern con- struction company are building a road, which also goes into the hands of a receiver. McDonald, Shea Co., constructord, are creditors to the ex- tent of Thought Have Been By Cable and Associated Press.) HAMBURG, Dec. 9. A bark which arrived at this port reports that on July 31, near Cape iforn, she spoke to the bark Saten Marguerette, com- manded by Captain John Orth, .with Archduke John of Austria onboard, wich is supposed to have been lost while bound from Buenos Ayres to Valparaiso. Terrible weather was prevailing at the time the vessels passed each other. Unhealthy for Iron By Associated an Iron workman on the dome of the State house, fell 150 feet this morning and was instantly killed. He struck on iron and was frightfully mangled. Peegan is the ninth iron worker killed within the last five years while at work on the State hotim. A Wood Quarterly By Nsw YOBK, Dec. Norvin Green, President of the Western Un- ion, says the usual dividend of per cent, will be declared to-morrow at the quarterly meeting of the Board of Di- rectors, and that the statement will be one of the beat ever issued by the company. Bttll Confluent. By Associated Press.] MINNKAVOLIH, Dec. special from Sioux Falls, S. D., says Leslie Thomson, one of tbe wheel horses of the South Dakota Democracy, has just from New York, where he had an interview with ex-President Grover Cleveland. Cleveland said he would would surely be the Presidential can- didate in 1892, and wanted his South Dakota friends to stick by him. A Cabinet Meeting. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Dec. Cabinet met to-day. It is understood the financial situation was the principal question considered. The President and others expressed satisfaction at the success of 'Secretary Window's efforts towards relieving the money stringency. Hworh In. By Associated Press.1 WASHINGTON, Dee. 9. Morrow ol California presented the credentials o! Thomas J. Geary from the First Con- gressional District of California to fill the vacancy occasioned by tbe resigna- tion of J. J. DeHaven. Geary took the oath of office. Haslnenn Kallaren. By Associated Press.] BOSTON, Dec. Burdett Young, wholesale clothiers, have aasigned, Liabilities, BOSTON, Dec. G. W. Ingalls, shoe dealers, has failed; liabilities NEW YORK, Dec. failure of Colburn, Chauncey Co. is an- nounced on the stock board. .KANSAS CITY, Dec. from Kansas City, KB., says the American National Bank lias failed. The stringency of money and inability to collect, were the causes of the sus- pension. Assets and liabilities un- known. It is claimed they will be able to resume business in a few days. The Indian Crane By Associated Press.] GUTHBIB Dee. D. MuKee, a courier who arrived here yesterday from Frisco, a small town on the border, states there are Indians in different sections west o his place engaged in ghost dances, and that they are trading off their blankets and trinkets for guns anc ammunition. Never before dnring the recent craze has it spread in Indian Territory and looked so serious. Ar- rangements are being made to give the border towns every assistance pos- sible. The Olahomu settlers are fully aroused. Parnell In Ireland. By Cable and Associated Press.] DUBLIN, Dec has arrived and is the guest of the Lord Mayor. Ho intends reorganizing the National League. Drath of an KiiKllah Notable. By Cable and Associated Press.] LONDON, Dec. Richard Wil- liam Church, Dean of St. Paul Cathe- dral, is dead. The Buffalo News says: Cleve- land's Colored Minstrels drew another very large house last evening. The bill is an excellent one, containing many excellent specialties of a varied character, and free from the old ster- eotyped after piece and cheatnutt.v jokes of the old inferior companies. To appear at McKissick's Opera House to-morrow evening. Way tbe Enprefts Braid. The German Empress wears jackets and dresses with a liberal display of braid, not only because of their beauty but she hopes, by popularizing the Fashion, to compel manufacturers to give employment to a large nuotber of expert .needle-women who are now unimployed or working for low wages at less intricate work. A Hervant, The air-brake has just been the. oc- casion of one wreck on the .Union Pa- cific and another at Tacoma on the Northern Pacific, in both cases caus- ing death and destruction. Tbe air brake is a handy appliance, but its habit of striking work jnat when it is most needed makes it a dangerous ser- vant. i BREVITIES. R. H. Mindaay has Bold his resi- dence on the south side to C. No- vacovich. Court street is being widened 20 feet between G. W. Baker's residence and the Court House. It makes one of the nicest streets in town. More Organizations. By Associated Press.] DETROIT Dec. Fed- eration of Labor reassembled this morning. It was announced that a National Association of Retail Clerks and Waiters' and Bartenders' Unions had been organized. The announce- ment was received with applause. Among the resolutions submitted was one that each member of a local, national or international union be as- sessed ten cents per quarter for a stiike fund, of which all men on a strike are to have per week. Re- ferred to the Committee on Constitu- tion. Jay Would By Associated Press.] NEW YORK, Dec. Gould eaid in reference to the rumors as to the Union Pacific floating debt: "The company had to pay for a new equipment, and then the people wanted their money. That all has been arranged. The company receives 130 new locomotives and between four and five thousand freight cars, which will enable the road to more than move tbe wheat -in the Northwest which could not be handled before on account of a scarcity of cars." Improvement of the Mlsalsalppi IMaenased. By Associated Press.] NEW ORLEANS, Dec. .Na- tional Board of Trade resumed its ses- sion this morning. The report of the committee on uniform commercial leg- islation in the United States was read and adopted. The body thoa discussed a resolution that the Government should take charge of the improve- meut of navigation on the Mississippi river and the protection of its leyees. A Cyclone. By Associated Press.] ATLANTA Dec. near Monroe, Walton county, a cyclone cleared a space several miles long and a hundred yards wide, blowing, down louses and killing several persons. Tack Henderson was killed, bis wife hurt and their baby carried 800 yards and killed. A family of negroes, named Jackson, were buried tinder the rains of their cabin and two of .hem killed. bill in- in the Scpfcto to-day by Plumb relative to tbpNational Bank silvw provides in brief aa'i'tottoWBrKthat tbe com- pulsory reqiPMme'ntapy United States banks witb tbe Treasury by National Banks be limited to for each bank. This is not to apply to the de- posits of bonds toeecurepublic money. That United States Mint certificated shall be issued equal in ajuount.to the National, Bank inbred since 1832 and hereafter retired. That the present silver coinage law shall be amended so us to direct lie Secretary i of the Treasury to put chase all silver bullion offered at the market price, not to exceed for 371 25 grains of pure silver, and issue Treasury notes in payment. When the price is for six months, in excess of the above fig- ure the purchases are to be suspended and coinage is to be free, the bullion owners being privileged to receive standard dollars or Treasury notes, at their own option. No more certifi- cates are to be and those in use are to be replaced with Treasury notes. When the mints of France, Belgium and Italy ate opened to free silver coinage at the ratio of fifteen and a half ounces of silver to one ounce of gold, tbe President by procla- mation shall prohibit the further coin- age of standard grain dollars, and receive deposits of silver bullion for coinage at the rate of for 300 grains of pure silver, giving coin or Treasury notes therefor, to be issued within one year after the proclamn- tion. The new dollar shall contain grains of standard silver, to be full legal tender, and to be coined at a rate not less tbau monthly until shall have been coined, when the coinage may be con- tinued at the discretion of tke Secre- tary. It also provides for the recoin- age of the present standard dollar and the bullion on hand. At his discre- tion' the Secretary may nltso cause standard silver, bars to be paid in tbe redemption of United States Treasury notes at the rate of for 300 grains. The amendment proposed by Plumb (the' same in terms aa the bill above deacrioed) was offered in lieu of all after the enacting clause of the Pad- dock bill, now on the Senate calendar, to amend the statutes BO as to provide for the organization of National Banks with less capital than Hone By Associated Press.] NEW Yor.x, Dec. consequence of the publication of misleading ver- sions of the cablegrams between Par- nell and O'Brien on the subject of ne- gotiations for a reunion of the Irish party, O'Brien makes the whole cor- respondence public. Under date of New York, December 7th, O'Brien ca- bles Parnell as follows: VI shrink with horror from taking sides against you In the struggle which opens with such an appalling prospect of ruin and disgrace to our canne. Throughout this unhappy business I have abstained from saying one word personally offensive to yo i and have read with tlie deepest und din- gust some of the personal attach made on. you, and now before Ireland is irretrievably committed to the ruin- conflict, I appeal to you as tl.e leader I have lor ten years been proud to fol- low, and as a friend for whom I still feel the warmest affection, can you not see some way by which, while safeguarding your own reputation, the countty may be saved from the de- struction which threatens Parnell replied on December 8th: you wired prior to Saturday some suggestion from me might have succeeded. It is now too late for m. to rescue the aeceders from their false position. I shall, however, bo very glad to see you and consult your arrival in Europe." O'Brien replied to this to-day: "Your reply shown a total misunder- standing of iny message, prompted by a regard for your past services. The tone of your reply leaves little grounds for hope, but, having regard for the horrible consequence to the country of a prolonged iutercone strug- gle, 1 am still anxious to hnve an in- terview, and shall start on Saturday for I1 ranee on my way to Ireland." FURNISHING GOODS, HATS BOOTS AND SHOKS. 1890. FALL AND WINTER. 1891? MY STOCK OF- r th In now Fall ami Winter and He. (1 Ui in null's ol MIS and Boys AND FURNISHING GOODS. FINE EEAV.ER OVERCOATS, Cliluchtlla and Kerseys. A Inrgo assortment of Hen's aad Boys' Fine Wool and Merino Underwear. A line line of Men's and Boys' AVool and Cotton Socks Largest nnd best lino of H.A.TS In tho State, also a full lluo of JOHN B. STKT8OK A CO.'S HATS. Type Fonndry Myndleate. By Associated Press.] KANSAS CITY, Dec. English and an American syndicate are here negotiating for a type foundry. It is said they are trying to buy all the type foundries in the county. The syndicate has back of it. A Material laereaae. By Associated Press. BOSTON, Dec. grow earnings pf the entire Atchison system, inclod- the St. Loois and Sanfc Francisco, ap? prozimated. for November, an increase of Injunction Dlaaolved. Special to tbe GAZETTE.] SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. Superior Judge Hunt randered a decision this morning in the case of Frederick Per- kins vs. Henry Bingham and other members of the Board of Supervisors, against whom it was sought to procure an injunction preventing them from awarding the contract for city printing as at present prepared. The Court expressed the opinion that the pro- posed contract was illegal in certain respects, but under the authorities quoted by the Court he was obliged to dissolve the injunction. A Heavy Traction Kuglne. Special to the GAZETTE.] BENECIA Dec. A trial wsas made to-day of a new traction engine milt at the Benecia Agricultural works. It is the largest in the world, weighing about twenty tone. It it is claimed, do tbe work of seventy horses over and above the power nec- essary for its propulsion, and is only a straw-burning machine made for plow- ing. The machine, it is claimed, will pull forty plows. Opium Special to the GAZETTE.] SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. Collector Phelps to-day gave the Immigration Committee some statistics concerning opium. From July, to Novem- ber 1, 1390, pounds of refined opium were received at this port, and during the same time pounds of crude opium were imported. Joe Cobnro Under the Uroand. By Associated Prea.i.) NEW YORK, Dec. The funeral of Joe Coburn, the old-time pugilist, took place this morning from the Church of the Holy Innocents, attended by a large gathering of sporting men.. The interment was in Cavalry cemetery. OB Uotten Potatoes. By Cable and Associated DUBLIN, Dec. 9. The priests -on Achill Island have appealed to Balfour to aid 400 families reduced to destitu- tion by tbe failure of the potato crop. They are compelled to eat diseased potatoes to keep from starving. A Hotel Fire. Special to tbe GAZETTE.] SANTA BARUABA Dec. roof of the w.ing of tho Arlington Hotel in which the dining room is situated, caught on fire this morning. A por- tion of tike roof was burned ami the dining room was injured by water. The fire was extinguished before it could reach the main building. LOSB, about Fully insured. TELEGRAPHIC "BREVITIES. A Large Assortment of Men's and Boys' Suspenders. Ths rjnest Line of Men's French Kid and Buck Gloves 0 In the Sinle, a full line of Wool-Lined Gloves and MHtn. Tbe Finest Line ol Neckwear ami Hauflteteis -ALWAYS ON HAND.- BOOTS AND SHOES Bar silver 102. The mercury at Lydonville, Vt., this morning stood at 30 degrees balow zero. N KNDIJCSS DEFY COMPETITION. AT PRICES THAT Custom Made Pants Always On Hand. IN BOYS' CLOTHING, We bave the finest, assortment in all grades, run- ning in price from upwards. MOK.V Seattle, Wash., December3, 1890, to the wile of George M. Stewart, a daughter. MCNAUGH-In Virginia Nev., Dec. 3, 1890. to the wife of Dr. McNnugh, a daughter. HAVE YOU SEEN IT? We refer to the lull and comprehensive treatise on thd Blood and skir Whether you are sick or well, ererv home should have a copy. If you are well, it tells you how to keep so. If you are sick, it tells you how to regain-your health. This valuable pamphlet will be mail- ed free to applicants. THB SWIFT SPECIFIC Co.; ATLANTA. GA MnitH to Jlonnure on Shortcut Notice. Orders will Country Orders will Receive Prompt Attention. JOHN SUNDERLAND, RICHARD HERZ, DEALER IN HOWARD, WALTHAM ELGIN, COLUMBUS, RQCKFORD, HAMPTON And Vine 8WIB8 WATCHES, DIAMONDS, RUBIES, EMERALDS, SAPHIRES, PEARLS, MOONSTONES ETC., ETC. AT UNIFORMLY LOW PRICES! CHRONIC COUGH Now: For If you do not It may become eon- For Consumption, Scrofula, Vmtfral DftiUUy and Jntititvt, there Is nothing like SCOTT'S FMULSION PLAIN AND FANCY ENGRAVING, Diamond Setting and Fine Watch Are our Specialties. Repairing OVER 2O.OOO WATCHES REPAIRED IN NEVADA. Select Stock of Of Pore Cod Liver Oil HYPOPHO6PHITE8 Of and It Is almost as palatable aa milk. Far better than other so-called Emulsions. A wonderful 0ean producer. Scoffs Emulsion There are poor Imitations. Oft the genuine By Cable and Associated Press.) LONDON, Dec. 9. Bullion to the amount of was withdrawn from the Bank of England to-day for shipment to Babia, and for shipment to New York. A. ChlMUsmaa Hilled Special to tbe GAZETTE.] NEVADA CITY Dec. Yes- terday at tbe Washington mine, a Chinaman fell down the abaft from the 200 to the 400 level and was instantly killed. fflLLIAM DIXON BROTHER, ISEEF, Miiim roRK, mi, m. e prepared to furnish the best at the lowest living rates, w Or. 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