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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 17, 1890, Reno, Nevada VOL. XXX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1890. NO. 41. A RAILROAD W Caused by a Defective Bridge. THE O'SIIEA IMOMi; CASE Results a Verdict for the Petitioner. Three Men Killed by a Boiler Explosion. Hurt of the O'Mhea Divorce Cane. Jly Cable ami Associated Press.] Nov. 17. The trial of the O'Sliea divorce cuse was resumed this morning. The witness was a servant at O'Shoa house at Klthum at the time O'Shen charge" I'linidl with paying cl.nnlestine viMts to his wife. She tfslifiul that Mrs. O'Shoa and Parnell wuru once locked in a draw- ing-room, and that Mrs. O'.Shea after- ward explained that the locking of the door essential to the safety of Piirncll, as secret societies were prowl- ing about tht1 vicinity. She also told willies') to deny that Parnell visited tho house. Another curvant testified that MM. O'Shea and Parnull were locked in n room after midnight. Mrs. O'Shea's former coachman tes- tified to driving Parnell to Mrs. O'Sheu's residence after midnight. An ex-pngo testified that he lived in the service of Mrs. O'Shoa at TCupt- bourtie, and that Parnell lived -in the same house. Another witness testified that Mrs. O'Shea took tho Kast bourne house and paid tho rent, and that Parnell resided and ulso ut a house in Regent Park, which Mrs. O'Shea also rented. Mrs. Steelo, sister of Mrs. O'Shen, whom the latter charged with adultery with Captain O'Shea, took tho stand and denied tho charge. One of tho jurymen insisted that the petitioner bo cross-examined on the made by bis wife, and ho was recalled, lie testified that ho lived apart from his wife at her desire. Ho denied tho charges of cruelty, and said ho always treated his with kindness. He invited Parnell to his house after challenging him to fight a duel because he became convinced that his suspicious regarding his wife and Parnoll wore baseless. In summing up to the jury, the Jus- tice dwelt upon the charge of conniv- ance made by Mrs. O'Shea, and asked why the necessity for all the disguises resorted to by Parnell if the petitioner connived al his wife's infidelity. This closed tho evidence, as neither respondent nor co-respondent made any defense, and tho case was given to tho jury, who returned a verdict that adultery hud been committed by Mrs. O'Shoa and Parnell, and that there had been no connivance on tho part of Captain O'Shoa. The court granted a divorce with costs, to the petitioner, all also awarded him tho custody of the younger children. Under n Mortal Cloud. By Cable and Associated Press. LONIJON, Nov. The Telegraph has published Pa moll's political obit- uary. It says ho must cease for the present at le.ft to lead the Nationalist party. It is reported the followers of Par- noil do not desire him to retire unless by his own volition, in which event the leadership of tho Irish parly will be vested in a com mission, of which Justin McCarthy will bo President. A Defective Railroad Bridge. By Associated KANSAS CITY, Nov. This morn- ing a freight train of five curs on the Kansas City, Wynndotte North- western, while crossing a bridge over the Kaw river, in this city, was pre- cipitated into the river, u di.-t.ince of thirty-one foot, by a spun giving way. Ellis Moore was steal- ing a ride, killed, and Fireman Fred Allen is to be under the wreck. An KxtrnMlvp Lockout. By Associated j D.VNut'KY Nov. 17. Two thousand girls employed in the tiim- in ing departments of eighteen hat factories were locked out this morning. Some of tho factories shut down, and the remainder continue to work in other dapartiuents. Over hatters are idlo. _ The Kent lens silonx. By Associated Press.) MANDAN (N. Nov. intendent at the Riverside ranch, whot-e uiuge is near the Sioux reservation, carm1 in this morning, nnd lie the Indians are coming north weil armed aad acting in an un- friendly manner. A number of the Indians aro armed with two guns each and plenty of ammunition. They passed through town presumably to stir up the Indians of the recervations of the north. The citizen" are coming in from the south and uro beginning to stir up the authorities at Washington. There are enough Indiana traveling about this section to run off all the cattle all kill half the settlers in the country. WASHINGTON, Nov. telegram from General Miles was received this morning by General Schofleid, Baying there seems to be no danger of trouole the Sioux Indians at the reserva- tion at Rosebud and other agencies. They begin to distrust the promises of their medicine man about the coining of the Messiah. ANOTHKK KKrOHT. MANDAN (N.-1) Nov. j [niliaiiH bring warnings fioin the Sioux reservation. They say there is_the I g.eatest danger hore; that the Indians propose to attack Fort Abraham Lin- coln, knowing there are hut fifty sol- diers there. Then they wilLcapture massacre the citizens and burn the town. The greatest alarm prevails among the people. It is re- ported tho Indian police at Standing Rock have torn off their badges and revolted. To-day'H silver Furoltane. WASHINGTON, Nov. amount of silver offered tho Treasury Depart- ment to-day was ounces; the amount purchased was at to 005, mostly the former. The amount purchased during No- vember at the mints, to date, is 375 ounces. The unount purchased to date, including that, at the mints, is ounces. IVnHaiitry Wounded by Uy Cable aud Associated Press.) ST. PKTciihut'KO, Nov. re- ported riot occurred last week fifteen miles from Moscow. Tho troops shot and wounded 100 peasants and work- men for refusing to receive commands from the newly-appointed district officials. The rioters bound the offi- cials witri cords and sent them to Moscow. Itaruum Improving. By Associated Press.] BUIIXIKPOBT Nov. T. Barnnm was better this morning and was able to sit up, read the pa- pers and attend to some business. Bar silver, 100. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Boiler By Associated Press.] RKAIUXO Nov. At Merljs- town this morning, one of the boilers exploded and the building was wrecked. Henry Epler, Sassman Hilbart and Charles Oswald were instantly killed, and aeven others I ftdly wounded. LOST AT Twenty-Eight People Perish. A NUMBER OF AMALS. Two New Catholic Dioceses Created in Canada. Three Nihilists Convicted In St. Petersburg-. Wrecit of the Whaler Tom Pope. Special to tbeOAZBTTE.J SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. Captain Sherman of the steam whaler'William which arrived yesterday from the Arctic, said to-day that the wreck of the Tom Pope, whaling tender to the New Bedford fleet, was now some- where in the neighborhood of Point Hope, and is gradually going to pieces. The vessel was driven ashore last August, and the Lewis rescued the crew. Captain Sherman purchased the wreck an cargo. Regarding the criticism of Captain Fisher for cutting away the masts, he said if the masts had not been cut away they would have been torn away by the heavy seas. The cargo could not be saved by the Pope's crew. He did not think the suits brought here to recover the cargo would be successful. Civil Suit. Special to the GAZETTE.! SAX FBANcibuo, Nov. 17. Suit was begun in the Superior Court to-day by the Pacific Rolling Mill Company against Jacob Jensen, Michael Olsen et al., owners of the bark Sumatra, to recover aud the value of the mer- chandise sold by the plaintiffs to the San Francisco Contracting Company, and shippsd on the Sumatra to Tonala, in Mexico. Before fhe goods were delivered the Contracting Company became insolvent, and the owners of the ressel were notified not to deliver over The notice was not beetled, however, and the owners of the vessel are now held liable by the plaintiffs. I'ainful Accident. Yesterday Louis Capurro and an- other Italian wore returning from Verdi in a light wagon, thnir team he- came unmanageable near The Verdi bridge. Both men jumped to the ground and Cupuro suffered a triple fracture of one of his legs, and the other man wan considerably bruised, but Buffered no bone fractures. J. P. Foulks came along soon after the acci- dent and immediately drove to Verdi, whore lie secured a vehicle, in which both of the injured men were sent to Reno, nnd both of them are said to be doing well, Modern Architecture. Modern dwellings, and especially modern office buildings, are becoming a mass of mechanical, electrical, hy- draulic nnd pneumatic contrivances. The putting up of a tall building re- quires almost as much careful engi- neering as in building a tower for the Brooklyn Bridge. Architects are con- tinually calling upon civil engineers to sols'e the problems by which they are confronted in work of this kind. A. distinct class of engineers who give special attention to this work is grow- ing up in the large cities. Wanted To Go Home. This afternoon T. K. Hy mots' cream carriage horse, which for several weeks has been driven by Francis G. New lands and family, escaped from his driver on the South Side, and came tearing across the iron bridge at a lively gait. He came up Virginia street to Second, when he turned and took a straight shoot for Hytners, stable, where be was secured. No damage was done to the -carriage, but the horse is said to have beeu some- what injured. How Kpare In Mavert. that the consumption of iron in general than this country hns grown from a little more than tons in 1879 to more than tons in 1889. Muuh of tins increase has gone into iron buildings. By using huge iron frames and thin cur- tain walls for each story supported thereon, as is done in a building going up on Lower Broadway, New York, a good deal of space can be saved. Liberal A Hartford woman-has left for the Protestant Cathedral in .New j York, and Miss Esdon of that city has bequeathed moribund made the .Cathedral her residuary legatee However, Miwj Esdou's wilt is being contested. Convicted. By Cable aud Associated Press.] ST. PKTERBBURO, Nov. 17. The trial of the Nihilists implicated in a plot against the Czar is concluded. Sophie Guengburg, arrested in Paris for hav- ing bombs in her possession, together with two of her accomplices, named Stoilanofsky and Freifeld, were found guilty and condemned to be banged. The Court recommended the to remit the sentence of death against Stoilanofsky and Freifeld to banish- ment to Siberia. Two officers who were charged with complicity were acquitted. i, Mtlll A. Jury Obtained. Special to the GAZETTE.! SAN FBANCISCO, Nov. 17. Over two hundred precincts were to be countsd when the election commissioners met this morning. The count progresses very slowly. A number of errors were found to-day, but there were no im- portant changes. A jury was secured this morning to try Sidney Huntington and Charles Rochette for engaging in a prize fight at the California Club on September 12th. The Mioek Market. By Cable and Associated Press.] LONDON, Nov. securities are depressed. Consols are steady and American securities weak. The rate of discount in the opsn market is nominally the same as the Bank of England rate. Dispatches )unt received froir. con- tinental bourses show they are all weak. At 4 v. M. tRe market for foreign and other eecurilie'i was better. American railway securities were very excited, and prices are generally un- changed. NEW opoued comparatively ftee from 'excitement and were strong and higher tor many leading shares. ton and Quincy aud the sugar trust were the only etocka which showed a marked decline. At A'. M. Randalls Wierum, brokers, suspended business. The failure had ijffect oh the -market, Which is now steady, with the general list well held at-femall fractions above the opening figures. Wierum'states that the engagements of the firm are very small, and he ex- pects an early adjustment. The market continued irregular and feverish, though at 11 o'clock it was generally firm nt something better than the opening. At Gregory, Ballon Co., brokers, failed. Gregory Mays the cause of the suspension was the shrinkage in stocks, and he believes their embarrassment will be temporary only. Money is from 5 to 6 per cent, un-1 stocks are generally active and firm at the best figures of the morning, although a few unimportant stocks sold off under sales for accounts at suspended prices. The application for a receiver for the North River Bank was postponed till to-morrow, pending negotiations for a resumption of business. The high London quotations and the buying of stocks by London houses caused a partial return of confidence in the stock market. This was in- creased by an understanding that Jay Gould, D. O. Mills, the Vanderbilts and other important interests would join in giving support to prices. It was also stated that a large pool in which Gould was interested had been a heavy buyer of Northern Pacific. Stocks after 11 o'clock had a very' ordinary appearance, while trading moderate and .firm and price-; were advanced over the entire list, but with considerable irregularity, how- ever. Northern Pacific preferred and sugars again-developed; a weakness, retiring at 1% active near the best prices of the day. Stocks were quiet after and were firm withoutany material change. The closed fairly active at about the best prices of the day. Money has been tight, ranging from 6 to 186 per cent. The last loan was at 96. BOSTON, Nov. Peabody Co. are in receipt of a cablegram from Baring Bros, stating that all matters are arranged satisfactorily, and permanently authorizing Kidder, Peabody Co. to proceed with their business as usual. The Boston Clearing House Com- mittee voted unanimously this morn- ing to issue clearing house certificates at a rate of interest on the certificates of 7 3-10 per cent. Security must be put up by any for certifi- cates in the ratio of for'.each advanced. No certificates will be asked for to-day, and the amount will not be limited. Two Bnalnesa Failures. By Associated MINNEAPOLIS Nov. 17. The Lumbermen's and Manufacturers' Fire Insurance Company and the Mutual Fire Association were this morning placed'in the hands of receivers. The business of the companies was con- fined mostly to Wisconsin, Minnesota and Illinois. Their assets, which are are largely in excess of their liabilities. _ Kxcltlnc Hefwlon Predicted. By Cable and Associated Press.] DUBLIN, Nov. 17. Parnell, in a letter to the Journal, reminds his followers of the import- ance of being in Parliament on opening day. He says, it is unquestionable that the coining session will be one of combat from first to last, and great upon its coarse. A If-veano JPlre. Special to the GAZETTE.] FRESNO, NOT, fire was dis- covered this morning in the rear of the United States Hotel building, owned by .Jerry Ryan, and before the flames were extinguished the damage ameanted to including Ryan's building, Cole's wholesale store, Mar- tinez' saloon Ad others. The insur ance is small. _ Under Vround. The work of putting the wires under ground in'New York Roes on steadily and with considerable progress. The electric light and power companies have many miles of cables in the sub- ways and" are obtaining very fair re- sults. FURNISHING GOODS, HATS BOOTS AND BETTER THAN GOLD. BESTOKED HER HEALTH. Fox 95 yearn I Buffered from bolls, 4od other blood affections, taking during tbst time great quantities of different medicines with- tralt-iVing me any perceptible relief. Frleodt tadoMd toe to try 8. B. 8. It improved mo from tbe start, after taking several bottles, re- stored my health as far as I could hope for at ny age, which is now scTenty-flve years. MBS. 8. M. LUCAS, Bowling Green, Ky. rieatiBe on Blood and Skin Dlccaaen mailed free. SWIFT SPKOIFin CO., Atlanta, Oa. The Cod That Helps to Cure The Cold. The disagreeable taste of tho OD LIVER OIL is dissipated in Of Pure Cod Liver Oil with HYPOPHOSPHITES The patient suffering from CONSUMPTION, nnoNctirris, corcii,, OR WAITING IMISEAMKM. may tfike tho remedy with as much satisfaction as ho take milk. Pliyslclaus are proscrib- ing It every whore. It li a perfect emulnlnn. and a wonderful fleulf producer. Tithe no other Delinquent Notice. ORR WATER DITCH COMPANY, A corporation Location of principal place of business, Kciio. State ol Nevada; location of works, Heno, Nevada: There is delinquent upon the following de- scribed stock, on account of Assessment No. 45, levied on the aid day ol September, A. U. 1890, the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective stockholders, as fol- 'ows: NAME. No. Cert. No Sh's Avnt. John T. Orr............... 134 19 John T. Orr........... 10 10 3000 And in accordance with the law and an order ol the Board of Trustees made on thezid day of Sept.. 1890, so many shares of each parcel of said stock as may be necessary, will be sold at public auction by the Secre- tary, at the office of the company, on the 22d day of November, 1890, Atone o'clock P. M. of that day, said delinquent asssessment, costs of ad- vertising and expenses ol sale, octttd cflAS. GUI.UNG, Secretary. JOB PRINTING FOB This Office IB prepared to do OB i KT T z N ea- rn THE BEST STYLK for horse and cattlemen. Cats for animal furnished at desired. Special attention to printing Annual Reports for Cattle Companion LETTER HEADS, OAHDS, ENVH.'.OPES, Etc., design ordered. 1890. FALL AND WiftTER. 1891 MY STOCK OK----- Forftlie Fall and Winter In now complete, coniUtlng or and Me- dium Grades ol 'S and Boy's Clothing, AND FURNISHING GOODS. FINE BEAVEU OVERCOATS, Chinchilla tmd Kerseys. A large ageortmeut or Men's nnd Boys' Fine Wool and Merino Underwear. A One line of Men's and Hoys' and Cotton Socks Largest end best line of HLA.TS OAJPS In the State, also a full line of JOHN Jt. STETSON A CO. '8 HATS. A Large Assortment of Men's and Boys' Suspenders. The Finest Line of Men's French Kid and Buck Gloves In the State, fcnd a full line of Wool-Lined Gloves and Mills. Is Finest Line of Neckwear mid HaoUtt ALWAYS ON HAND. BOOTS AND SHOES -IN ENDEKSS AT PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION. Custom Made Pants Always On Hand. IN BOYSrOLOTHING, We bave tbe finest assortment in all grades, run- ning in price from upwards. HultH Iludc to Jleawure on Notice. Country Orders wiil Revive Prompt Attention. JOHN SUNDERLAND, TAKE ADVANTAGE .OF OUR. AT SALE Of our New Stock of DrylGroods Cloaks Prices tower than Ever. of JLIfe. By Cable and Associated Press.] LONDON, Nov. 17. Early this morn- ing a ship having on board a party of j laborers and a large number of animals for the Island of Brazza capsized off the Dalmatian coast. Boats put off I from the shore and rescued, thirteen men. Thirty-eight persons and 100 animals perished. Two Mew Dioceses. By Cable and Associated Press.] ROME, Nov. 17. The 'Pope wiil create two new dioceses in Canada one from a portion of the- Bishopric of Quebec and the other from the Bish- opric of Montreal. A Pure Cream of Tartar Superior to other known. Used in Millions of Years the Standard. Delirious Cake and Pastry, Light Flaky Biscuit, Griddle Cakw Palatable and Wholesome. No other baking powder docs such work. PACIFIC BREWERY, Reno Soda Works and Granite Saloon. J. GK KEHTH, to Becker. Beer by the Glass, Quart, Bottle or at shortest notice. Beer of tbe best quality always on hand? Orders from the country receive prompt attention. Commercial Mow. Keno. Nevuda. jyWtf ____ C. NOVACOVICH. H. J. BURR BERRY 30YACOYICH, and Retail Dealers in----- Groceries, Provisions, FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, Fish; and: Oysters In season. FRUITS Of ALI, KINDS. Wines, Liquora. Cigars, Tobacco. Crockery. We carrv a fine assortment o' FANCY GROCERIES. Commercial Row, Reno, Nevada. Reno Livery Stable, JOHN POTHOFF, Prop'r OPPOSITE UBPOT. .Livery and Feed Stable. First-clans at reasonable TraoMicnt Mtoelc Carefnllr I'ro for. 0 A Pleasant Room, IR ROOMS FOR RENT, NEAR THE briCK school house. Inquire of A. O. Porter, GAZETTE office, for particulars. Fireworks, Flags, Firecrackers, Etc. H. FISIIEK CO., SACRAMENTO, CAL Importersjand dealers etc. We make a ftpoclalty of Exhibition Goods, CommllteeH respectfully asked to correspond with UH, as we give you more and belter goods than any other company on tbn coast. Send for Price List. H. FISHER CO. Largest Dealers on Pacific Coast. NOTICE TO RANCHERS ON AND AKTKR THE FIRST day of November next I will Mil ap- nletreea at the following low rates in largelots for cash with order: Apple trees i to 4 feet high, cU each by the 100 or 1000; apple trees 4 to 7 feet high n cU each by the 100 or 1000; apple 7 to i2 feet high 50 each by the loo or 1000 bearing size aud age, but cash must accompany tht order and the coit of 50 ceuU per bale, if no discount to any one. STEPHEN CONNER. Reno and MU Mope Nuraeriea. novs'ira Kcno, Nevada. WILLi AM BROTHER. IN BEEP, MITTON, PORK, VEAL, ETC. Are prepared to the-bcft at the lowest living nov29 How Umt Lots for, Sale. OR MORK.KI.IGIBLR BUILDING for Kale at easy and cany toulh of tbe Tjuckteriver, rant of -Enquire of K. HAYDON ;