Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 25, 1890, Reno, Nevada
ilie Keno Gazette Has the best Eastern and Coast Telegraph Report >f any paper between Bau I rancisco and Salt Lake. A Look at Ute Gazette Will convince anyone of its superior excellence as a newspaper. VOL. XXX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBEK 25, 1890. NO. 48. N To Be Compelled Leave France. to INTERESTING CASE OF CONTEMPT By Whicli an Important Point is to be Decided. A Light Rain at can Frunclsco This Devoted to Their leader. Ily Cable and Associated Press. 1 Drin.iN, Nov. li5. The freeman's Journal says the report that Purnell in to retire is absolutely without foun- dation. The JteprvxH states that Gladstone has hinted to 1'arnull that it would be Ixjtter for the Irish cause if he does not attend the coming session of Pur- 1 lament. ruriieH'H Iricnda say they will not ill low him to absent himself. LONDON, Nov. 'J5. A meeting of the Home Kulo members of Parliament wan held before the opening of the t-ession of Commons, and Purnoll was present. He was loudly cheered as he entenvl the room. A motion was made that I'aruell bo re-elected chairman of the Irish Parliamentary party and carried unanim> usly. It was announced that Purnell will retain leadership at the express desire of his followers. Parnell made an address to the meeting, in which ho thanked his fol- lowers for hia re-election. He said it was for tlio Irish members to decide whether he should lead that if their decision had been in the negative or if there bad been any diversity of opinion, he would have cheerfully withdrawn from public life. Nothing but the conviction that his colleagues desired him still to utilize his services in their common causa, induced him to resume the position which his al- tered circumstances had exposed him and thorn to the attacks of their op- ponents. There was a full attendance at the' opening session of the Commons. Parnell was present and took the seat usually occupied by him, but noon retired to the lobby. When the deputy speaker read a letter announcing the conviction of Dillon and O'Brien, Parneli reappeared from the extreme end of the benches and pushed his way forward to a soat on the third bench. Shortly after Purnoll reappeared Gladstone entered the House and was greeted with loud cheers, Important Ily Assoct'u'.ed Press Cmc.u.o, Nov. 25. In the case of Charles C'ounselman, the head of the fHpiu (irm of that name, who refused to answer tbo questions of the Federal Grand Jury regarding the alleged re- ceipt of rebates and cut rates from the Western railroads, Judge Blodgett, in the Federal Court, this morning, ren- dered a decision that Counselman must answer. Ho was taken before the Grand Jury again, and again re- fused to bo questioned. Ho wns re- turned be I'm e Judge Blodgett, who fined him and ordered him into custody until the amount is paid. He will demand his release under a writ of habeas corpus, and if refused, will appeal to the Supremo Court of the United States. The point involved is of much mo- ment, for if the witness cannot be compelled to testify, the Interstate Commerce law will become practically a dead letter. __ UfHtrntnlus Order. Special to the OAzr.TTn, SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 25. Judge Murphy to-day issued a temporary order restraining the Dime Savings Bank from continuing business, and appointed A. L. Gutterson as receiver. The Bank Commissioners allege that the bank has violated the provisions of its chatter, and carried on its busi- ness in an unsafe manner. There are some duo depositors, and the Commissioners ask that its charter be revoked. After tlio Bv Cfble and Associated Press.] PA RIB, Nov. 25. -r- Numerous war- rants are issued for a simultaneous search of the houses of Russian ref- ugees. The report is current that the authorities are preparing for a geneial expulsion of the Nihilists. Charge Special to the GAZETTR.} SAN FRAXCISCO, Nov. The charge against. Charley Rochette, who en- gaged in a glove contest at the Cali- fornia Club last September, was dis- missed to-day. Keccivrr Appointed. Special to the GAZETTK.) PORTLAND Nov. the United States District Court this morn- ing, a decree was granted appointing Joseph Simon of this city, Receiver of the Oregon Improvement Company, with bonds fived at i In the United States Circuit Court this morning, Elijah Smith and Pros- per Smith of New York, through their attorneys, made ayplicatioa for the appointment of a receiver for the Ore- gon Improvement Company, organized under the laws of Oregon. The appli- cation sets forth that in order to secure credit it is necessary that a receive be appointed. The application show- that all properties of the Oregon Im provemeut Company are subject to lions. The first lien, or which is knowr as the first morlgage, was made to the Farmer's Loan and Trust Company on December 1, 1890, and the second known as the consolidated mortgage of the Oregon Imdrovement Company was made to the Farmer's Loan Trust Company on November 1, 1889. The first mortgage was made to secure the issue of five millions of the first mortgage bonds are now outstanding, except about five hundred thousand that have been retired and cancelled by the 01 peration of the- sinking fund provided for in the mortgage. The interest on the outstanding first mortgage bonds, being three per cent on about will be due on the 1st of December next and the com- pany will be tinabie to meet the pay- ment of interest unless the court takes possession of the company's property. The consolidated morlgage was made and executed on November 1, 1889 to secure the issue of pay- able in 1939 with interest at five per cent. Bonds secured by the consoli- dated mortgage, to the amount of of tli-> principal, beingequal in amount to the entire amount out- standing ou the first mortgage, are now in possession of the Farmers' Loan and Trust Company of New York as trustee. The consolidated mortgage of bonds to the amount of now outstanding and loans to the amount of secured from individuals and corporations, will ma- ture in a few days. Many of these loans are held in New York city. Seem to be Quieting Down. TO-DAY'S STOCK PROCEEDINGS. A Water Special to the GAJSBTTE.] Los GATOS Nov. night the Town Board of Trustees granted M. Murphy and his assignees a franchise to supply the town with wntcr. The company will expend in the next six months. Fatnl lloiler Kxplonlou. By Associated Press.] ST. JOHNS (N. Nov. boilers in the mill of O. D. Sutton at South Bay exploded this morning. Six men were killed and a number fatally injured. The mill took fire and burned to the ground. The House of Commons Session. in Lengthy Speech by the Queen Received and ftead. Will Certainly Hy Associated I BOSTON, .Nov. Francis Adams openly stated to-day that he will resign the Union Pacific Presi- dency at to-morrow's meeting of the .stockholders here. fturaetl, By Associated Press.] CIIEUOYOAN Nov. 25. Twelve million feet of lumber and the docks of the Cheboygan Lumber Com- pany were burued this morning. Loss, A Oood Majority. Special to the SAN EUANCISCO, Nov. 25. The com- plete, official returns from the Sixth Congressional District give Bowers (Rep.) and Curtis (Dem.) Firing a calnte. y Associated Press.] NEW YORK, Nov. 25. A Brazilian man-of-war passed Sandy Hook this afternoon, and the Dolphin and York- town fired a salute. Light Mprlnkle. Special to the GAZKTTE.] SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. light rain fell here last night and early this morning.________________ A Keal A very simply dressed and quiet young lady, who has been visiting Wiesbaden, Homburg, Wildbad and Ems and who was known as Miss Wolf or Miss Welsh to the people who took the trouble to inquire about so unimportant a person, has just been found out to be the Princess Maud of Wales, and the Mrs. Leo Hunters are chagrined that they did not attempt to capture her retiring elderly chap- eron, who was taken for an" incon- spicuous aunt but who was really an important lady of the court sent to attend the Princess. The Old Antor The old Astor residence in New York city, in which Jacob Astor lived, and where the present head of the house was born, has now been torn down to make way for a mag- nificent hotel which W. W. Astor is to erect. Meantime Mr. Astor has leased Landsdown House in London and intends to reside there and to entertain magnificently for some seasons to come. The Stock Market. By Associated Press.! NEW YOKK, Nov. opened with the usual irregularity of changes from last night's figures, but with a reactionary temper, and the early prices were not maintained in the act- ive stocks. The pressure is inoro urgent, and while there was anima- tion, outside of half a dozen stocks, among which St. Paul, Atchison, Northern Pacific preferred and Union Pacific were the most prominent, and while the list moved off, large frac- tions were lost in all the list. (Uchison was specially weak, losing the buying demand increased, however, and the early losses were re- covered. Sugar also waa a feature, and after opening at 55 cash and 53 regular against 55% last evening, it further retired to 51% and fluctuated violently between and 52. There was a slight reaction from the best figures in the latter portion of the lour, but at 11 the market was active and strong at about the best prices. Stocks after 11 o'clock were less act- ive and a reaction from the high prices attained made further progress. A.t noon the market waa quiet and again weak, generally at fractions below the opening. The suspension of J. C. Waldron ias been announced on the Stock Ex- change. -Richard H. Allen Company, jankera and commission merchants t31 and 33 Broad street, have made an assignment. Liabilities, LONDON, Nov. p. trices of all stocks except Argentine and American securities are generally igher. St. Paul has advanced securities have im- proved but other securities are dull. The securities of the Argentine Re- public are flat on account of the finan- cial crisis in Buenos Ayres. There are rumors of revolutions in several prov- inces of the Republic. At 4 si. American railway securi- ties were strong and advancing; Ar- gentines are steadier and the others are better. The decline made but slight pro- gress after 12 o'clock, and from that time showed a steady diminution in business, while prices reacted and slightly advanced until toward 1 o'clock, when sugar went up 52. Another decline followed, but a firm tone soon reacted and the fluctua- tions remained extremely small. At the market was dull and firm, generally at fractions below first prices. Stocks again developed considerable activity after but showed in- creased weakness, and the whole list yielded slightly, and in many cases the lowest prices of the day were re- corded, closing weak at about the bot- tom. _______ ________ World's Pair By Associated Press.] CHICAGO, Nov. 25, At to-day's meeting of the World's Fair Commis- sion a report of the conference com- mittee of the Commission and local directory to settle the differences of the two-bodies on the question of their relative rights and duties waa adopted. As it was adopted by the local direc- tory last night, it is now believed all chance of friction between the two bodies is removed. It provides for a joint control, composed of an equal number of representatives from each. The direct management of the Fair is vested in fifteen departments. California Fruit. By Associated Press. 1 CHICAGO, Nov. Bros. Co. sold at auction to-day two carload's of California fruit, as follows: Full crates of Tokay grapes, full crates of Muscats, 70; half crates of Emperor, 45; full crates of Em- peror, 75; full crates of Ver- delles, 55; bait crates of Tokays, in poor order, 15.____________ A Tnmalt on thn Bourse. By Cable and Associated BUENOS AYEES, Nov. pre- mium on gold advanced from 225 to 250, and closed at the 2atter figure. A financial crisis prevails, and several credit houses have closed. There wan a tomult on the Bourse, and the police were called to quell the disturbance. The By Cable and Associated Press.] Lortoox, Nov. af- ter the Commons was called to order the Queen's speech was read. The speech declares the relations of her Majesty's Government wirhjthose of tbo various foreign powers are un- changed, and continues: The general condition of Ireland has sensibly improved under the salutary legisla- tion which you have applied to it, but I have learned with deep regret that a serious deficiency of the potato crop in certain parts threatens a recurrence of those periods of distress t which the population of the westerr counties is peculiarly exposed by th industrial and economic condition under which they live. I trust th rny Government may uiit igate the immediate evil anddiminisl the probability of its return. It ap- pears to me desirable for the increase of contentment and the diminution o political disturbances throughout Ire- land, to take measures for augmenting the number of the owners engaged in the actual cultivation of the land. A measure having this object in view will be laid before you, and your atten tion will be invited to the expediency of alleviating the burden which the law of compulsory education has within recent years, imposed upon the poorer portions of the people. In case time for further legislation should be faund, I have directed the preparation of bills for enactment, for a reform ol the system of county government in Ireland analogous to that put in opera- tion fyr Great Britain; for the estab- lishment of distinct councils; for th. extension of facilities for puichasing small parcels of land in Great Britain; for amending the law in respect to the compensation payable by employers in case of injury to persons in their employ; for the consolidation and amending of the laws relating to pub- lic health; for the appointment of pub- lic trusts, and for increasing the se- curity of friendly societies and savings banks. After reading the Queen's speech Balfonr gave notice that he would in- troduce four bills relating to Ireland. Gladstone gave notice of the introduc- tion of a bill to remove the disability which prevents Catholics from occu- pying the offices of Lord Chancellor of England and Lord Lieutenant of Ire- land. The Press Association states that if Parnell persists in retaining the pub- lic leadership of the Irish party, Glad- stone will refuse to countenance any amendment to the address in reply to the Queen's speech, and will immedi- ately return to Hawarden and not re- turn to Parliament until after the hristmaa holidays. Wo Trouble Feared, By'Associated PIERRE (S. Nov. party of Pierre people have just returned irom Fort Bennet, where they watched ;he issue of rations to the Indians. They emphatically deny there is any danger of an outbreak at the Cheyenne Agency, although the ghost dancing s still 1tept up to gome extent. THE GHOST DANCE. LAWRENCE Nov. 25. Joe Abner, a Cheyenne Indian, from the heyenne and Arapaboe Reservation territory, says the Messiah craze has taken hold of the Indians there, and they are arming and becoming very restless. A Sioux acting as a missionary came from the North to teach the new re- ligion to the Southern tribe. He preaches to them that any one who does not believe in the religion will be destroyed, and so worke upon the imaginations of these people. They fall prostrate to the ground, and while lying there the missionary pre- tends to cast some "soeH" on them. When they rise they declare they have seen the new Christ, and at once join in the ghost dance. The new religion has also spread to the Kiowas, the Camanches and the TROOPS HELD 111 READINESS. WINNIPEG, Nov. infor- mation is received from the Dominion Capital that the military forces here are ordered to be in readiness to pro- ceed to the international boundary to prevent any American Indians who are about to go on the warpath from crossing into British territory or incit- ing British Indians to join the uprising. ALBUQUEBQCE (N. Nov. Genera] Carra, the commander at Fort Wingate, has issued orders to get the Sixth Cavalry ready for transportation to South Dakota. The Quartermaster General has telegraphed the officers of the Atlantic Pacific road here to have a special train ready to leave to-night. .Baseball Special to the GAZETTE.! SEATTLE, the annual meeting of the Directors of the and Northwestern Baseball League last night the following officers ere elected: President, W. B. Busline of Tacoma; Vice-President, H. T Hudson of Portland; Secretary an Treasurer, VV. E. Rockwell of Seattle Directors were also elected. KUKMSIUNG GOODS, HATS BOOTS AND 1890. FALL AND WiftTER. 1891. Business Fall arc. By Associated Press.] MEMPHIS Nov. S. Allen Co., one of the oldest cotton factory firms, have failed. The an- nouncement caused a sensation. The firm claims to be able to pay dollar for dollar. The liabilities are and assets Mutlon Overruled. By Associated Press.1 CHICAGO, Nov. IVmlor gast to-day overruled a motion lo re scind his order appointing an for Piettymau's bank in tlw place o Charles Johiison. At a mooting o the creditors Johuson imi-ie a state inent that only in cash WAS in the vaiift when he closed the bank 01 Saturday niglit. Appointed a MnuHtttnte. By Cable and Associated Press.l LONDON, Nov. held conference with Justin McCarthy this afteruoon in the Parliament building. Parnell handed McCarthy a bundle of papers containing a memoranda for his guidance as the sessional chairman of the Irish party. TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. Bar silver lOSJfT The Portuguese Queen is suflor'mg from influenza. 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