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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 2, 1890, Reno, Nevada WORK The Neatest, The Best, At the Gazette Office. OPES Printed Cheaper than, tfce Cheapest. VOL. XXIX. COUNTY, NEVADA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 2. 1890. NO. 80. MISCELLANEOUS. Debate on the Federal Election Bill. POWDER Absolutely Pure. tartar baking powd'-r. Highest of all in leavening strength. U. S. (Jovernment Report, Aug. 1889. Superstition UOICTMB nmny an action and will govern this one of ours. It is generally bolloved that Kri'luy IB an unlucky day, and lor that reason have selected ay and Saturday, July 4th 5th, As the ilaja whjeh to hold our next Blaughlor In prices, and will offer you bar- gains covering a larger Hold than be- fore. To show yon that we mean business oiu-r jou on those two Llnon Torchon all yd 9 OS Worth .from lOc to 2uc. VHlenciunnva I.aco, all wld 1m. per yd 0 orth from lOc to 45C. Edging, per yd trom So to... Worth ewlro thn money. Crepe I.lsan Ituchlng, extra iiuallty Worth Irom asc to S5c. Ladles All l.Iuen llandkerchlurs, hem- stitched hllilrtn'h I.aco Collars, yonr choice ol large assortment Turkej Kcd Table Covers, SOxTii, extra heny, each........................... Turkey Kt-d Table Covers, 50.X12, ex- tra An extra lurgo lino ofcrockory, gl issware fnnoy goods, etc., af equally low rotes, lit'iuenibvr these prices are lor these two days only and spot cash.Isxjursecret for net Ing ohftapeT tban oax comvotitors. Just for Fun Wo will aim another blow at superstition, and It Is generally known that thirteen Is an unlucky number, we make the follow- ing offers: will a present of a nice doll to ovory child In Us Uth year who will come to the storo on either one of those days and register MR or her name In a book kept Tor will make a present of a nice oil painting to person whoso bill llguros an even 13 dollars or multiple thereof. tTlilrd-To any parly of 13 wldnwa who comelnagronp on either Friday or dsy we will make each and all a present on> of onr glassware assortment. any party of IS orphans ac- cuupanled by both their parents, wo will present each one with a deed to a lot In liy- land's Addition to Reno any party of old maids between SO and 40 who will come on Friday, we will present each one with an enfWe.-'ontllt of kitchen lurnlturo. and do whatnve can to help them llnil husbands. Youra for fun or money, ......THK The W. F. H' RKMKMBKR' KKMKMUKK! YOU CANNOT YOU CANNOT UKT TOBWORK OR A SJ KT OBWOKK OR ANY BKTTKR TiONK I'.TTHR AWAY 1'ROM TIOMK. WAV WROM JtlOMK. BY BY SK K KNUIN KN01N THE SIHTUIEXT OX SILVER. The Conferees Meet but Ac- complish but Little. The President TTrsred to Sign the Admission Bill. ConttrewMlonal By Associated Presb 1 WASHINGTON, July con- ferees on the hilver bill met this morn- ing and spent an hour discussing the differences between the two Houses. They sepuruted at noon, having come to no conclusion. It is said there were three propositions presented for con- sideration. The conferees adjourned to meet to- morrow. The House conferees brought to the meeting a copy of the hill that passed that body, and this formed the basis for whatever discussion that took place. A great portion of was spent in a general talk on subjects of no definite proposition before them. HOCJ8K. The ffyuee the considera- tion of the Federal Election bill, the pending question being on an amend- ment offered bv Tucker of "Virginia, requiring the Judges of Circuft Courts issociato with the District Judge to pass the applications for super visors of election. Tucker's amendment was rejected. Rowell of Illinois offered an amend- ment making it the duty of the Circuit Judges in each circuit, within one month after the passage of this act, to open a special term of the Circuit Court in their respective circuits, and said judgea shall appoint for each judicial district three discreet persons of good character and standing, who be known as United States shlror CouimibsionetH. It shall be the duty of such commissioners to organize as a board and, from time to time, make from the qualified voters a list of per- sons who, under the laws of the United States and of the State, shall be elig- ible for jury duty, without respect to race or color. Hereafter all panels for jurors shall bo drawn by the board in the picsence of the Distiict or Circuit .Judge. Springer of Illinois opposed the amendment, declaring its purpose to pack the juries of the country with Republican partisans; that it was the culmination of the outrage contem- plated by the bill. Rowell's amendment was agreed to to 14B. A'good deal of confusion followed the imnouncement, air.id which sev- eral Democrats dOfoanded the yeas and nays, but iu so low a tone it was not heard by the Speaker, vi ho recog- nized Struble of Iowa to offer an amendment. Then Outhwaite of Ohio called the attention of the Speaker to the fact that the yeas and nays were demanded, and, upon the Speaker expressing the opinion that the demand came too late, Outhwaite himself requested all those favoring the demand to rise. The entire Democratic side rose, but the Speaker entirely ignored it, aud did not count those rising. Hostated, however, that, if there was no objec- tion, the yeas and nays might be or- dered. There being none, the Speaker directed the clerk to call the roll, amid a volley of protests from the Demo- crats at its being granted as a favor what they demanded as a right. The amendment was 150, nays 144. ________ Hemphill offered an amendment to section' 32 of the bill to insert the words except section of tne re- vised statutes of .the-Hnited States." He explained that that section of the bill empowered the Supervisors to use the arnjjf and navy at the polls, and the purpose of his amendment was to eliminate that provision. Lodge denied that the bill had such effect as stated. Springer moved to lay the bill en the table and thus defeat it. The mo- tion was beaten, 149 yeas to 155 nays. Pennsylvania Demo- crats Convene. COOL WEATHER IN CHICAGO. Thp Heated Term. By Associated PreM CINCINNATI, July tempera- ture moderated last night, and is still lower to-day than at this time yester- day. The accumulated effect of the previous hot weather, rather than the boat of the day, caused nearly twenty prostrations from heat, yesterday and four deaths. CHICAGO, July long prom- ised cool wave has arrived, bringing relief to the sweltering inhabitants. At 9 o'clock this morning the ther- FURNISHING GOODS. HATS BOOT8 AND SHOES. j mometer stood at a drop of nearly The only Republicans to vote in favor panama Canal Still Fur- since yesterday, of the motion were Colemau of Louisi- I 'llc ana, Lelilback of New Jersey and Ewart of North Carolina. Another vote was paired with Si- monds of Connecticut. Springer, before the vote was an- nounced, changed from aye to nay and moved to reconsider. Rowell of Illinois moved to !ay that motion on the table. Carried, 153 to 148.. Blount of Georgia said the bill pro- vided for the appointment of partisan supervisors and surrounded those su- pervisors with U. S. soldiers at their backs, all to make the voters foel they were under the terrors of the military autorities. MeKiuley of Ohio said the amend- ment would take away from the Presi- dent all the power he had to enforce in judicial processes. The bill would be destroyed if the Government were deprived of the right to use the federal power to execute judicial processes un- der the proposed measure. Hemphill's amendment was lost, 148 to 155. SENA-IK. Plumb, from the Committee on Pub- lic Lands, reported the Senate hill to provide for the delivery of lanci patents to their rightful owners, and for its immediate consideration, state- ments were made by Plumb, Haddock and Barry that there had some land patents accumulated in the Gen- eral Laud Office, for which those en- titled to them bad not applied; that a thrifty firm of Washington attorneys had been permitted to have lists made of them that they had then commun- icated with the persons entitled to them, notifying them that they could get their land patents on the payment of a certain fee; that this was an act. of collusion botweou tht Assistant Commissioner (who was then Assistant Secretary of the Interior, acting as Commissioner) and this law firm, and that the bill was designed to frustrate that job. The bill was then passed. It directs the Secretary of the Interior to send to the Recorder of Deeds in each city in which the lands so patented lie lists of the land patents in that county that have been in the General Land Office uncalled for for twelve months. ther Discussed. A Valuable Montana Copper and Silver "The Dark and Bloody ftround.' By Associated Press LOUISVILLE, July from Flemingsburg, Ky., contains conflict- ing reports of a bloody encounter be- tween the revenue officers the 'Bowwr county yeeUJr- day. All the reports agree that three were killed. The Woman Mum-age AMSorlatton WauCH Wyoming Admitted. By Associated Press. WASHINGTON, July National Woman Suffrage Association, through Jane H. Spofford, its Treasurer, and the National Woman's Christian Tem- perance Union, through Ida M. Bit- tenbeuder, Superintendent of Legisla- tion and Petitions, called upon the President to-day and asked him to sign the bill providing for the admis- sion of, Wyoming on the Fourth of July. The Wyoming bill provides for po- litical equality without distinction, and advocates woman suffrage. They say that they desire to celebrate the Fourth of July in honor of this beginning of a commonwealth in connection with events for which the day is already commemorated. It is intended to have the Wyoming and Idaho bills sent to Cape May Point, where the President will pass the Fourth, and request him to sign them there. MOST PERFECT MADE. Fromthe Professor of Chemistry, California of Pharmacy. SAN FRANCISCO, JANUARY 24, 1889. I have made a careful analysts of a sample of Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder purchased bv me in open market. The results of my analysis show that the Crenm of Tartar used in its manufacture is pure, and that it not con- tain any foreign substances, such as Alum, Ammonia, Lime or other impurities. I consider it to be pure and wholesome, and in every ___ wnv a superior artic'e. W. T. WENZBI.L. M- D- Ph. M., Ph. G. Profiworol Chemistry the Cmla-CoL of Phartn., OniTersfcjr at CalUorala. MnflVrlng and Widows, By Associated Press.] DUNBAR July work ol smothering the fire in the Hill Farm mine has been commenced, as the mine cannot be flooded. The inquest over the "bodies brought out of the slope will begin Monday. What is most needed now is relief for the 21 widows and 77 children of the victims. There is much suffering. Compromise Probable. By Associated Press.] CINCINNATI, July sinking carpenters have agreed to return to work if the bosses are willing to givi ten hours' pay for nine hours' work after July 15th. men unemployed about will be able to obtain work. JBnslnemi Resumed. By Associated Press.] ST. Louis, July strike of the East St. Lonis platform men is ore and business is fully resumed. An Inrreanpd Demand. Thn Santa Barbara Press sacs: The dernond for pypsnm from Point Sal mine has toen so that U has become npccrsnary to increase thn force of mon about, orm-fnimb. There will he more tiian 4.000 taken out during the present vcar. There bairig more than forty tons a day mined now. The Silver Sentiment. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, July 1. Ex-Con- gressman White, the well-known wealthy Brooklyn broker, passed through here to-day en route home from a business trip to the fur West. He said of his trip: "I wus engaged in looking after mining interests, and was thus brought in contact with the leading silver bullion producers of the States and Territories. While, per- haps, the more general sentiment among the favored free coinage, and while all recognize the smartness of the Senate in order to get the bullion redemption feature removed from the Windom bill, yet in point of fact tho leading bullion are and were all the time entirely satisfied with the purchase of bullion, pro- vided the bullion was payable in Treasury notes, which are redeemable in lawful money, aud are full legal tender for all debts, public and private. Since the matter has been in confer- ence, I have discussed freely with tho people out there and all are entirely atisfled with the belief, which has gained credence throughout the silver- >roducing States, that the result of the inference will be a bill such as I have ipoken of. I was at Denver, Lead- rille, Salt Lake, Pioche and Osceola, Nov., and in the Wood River mining district, Idaho, and being among the silver producers, I made it a part of tny business to- get the sentiment of the people about the silver question. These people feel that the effect of tak- ing care of the silver production of this which is a year will cause silver gradually and cer- tainly to approximate toward the standard which is now recognized by the coinage values put upon gold and silver by this country. They expect to see silver constantly advance in price." _______ JDemopratle state Convention. By Associated Press.] SCBANTON (Penn.) July Democratic State Convention for the nomination of State offlcers met this morning. Echley B. Coxe was se- lected as temporary chairman. The platform urges the necessity of tariff reform in the way of lessening taxation; proudly points to the admin- istration of Cleveland in comparison with the present administration; ac- cepts the issue of Quayism tendered Oy the late Republican convention; arraigns the Republican party for a usurpation of the power of the federal administration; for placing a dictator in the chair of the House of Repre- sentatives for a disregard of the civil service law for ite failure to fulfill its promises to the soldiers; for its efforts promote sectionalism; for its reck- less expenditures; for fostering trusts in its tariff bill; for failing to enforce the contract labor law; for its attempt to excite a race war by the passage of the federal election law, and for cor- ruption in elections and cringing be- fore its bosses. Pattison was nominated on the first ballot. Four niilerent Propositions. By Cable and Associated PARIS, July Commissioners sent by the Government to Panama to investigate the condition of the canal, to-day issued a further report dealing with the defects and omissions of the four plans proposed for the completion of the canal. According to the first plan the canal is to be isolated, no use being made of existing waterways. The second plan proposes to make use of such waterways. The third plan proposes a ship railway as a portion of the proposed inter-oceanic route, and the fourth, a tunnel through the high- lauds at Culebrii.___________ Property. By Associated Press.] BOSTON, July Directors of the Boston Montana Consolidated Copper and Silver Mining Company have declared a "dividend of 60 per share, payable August 1st. The bal- ance assets on July 1st was TELEOHAPH1C BUEYBT1KS. Bar silver, 104. The premium on gold iu Buenos Ayies to-day was 172. A Paris dispatch BUYS that Eyraud has made a full confession to the police. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE W. C. T. U. Their Annual Convention iu lie no. The W. C. T. U. held their Fifth Annual Convention yesterday and to- day at the''Baptist Church and trans- iicted the business of the convention. Last evening Mrs. M. L. Wullw, the National Organizer of the W. C. T. U., gave a very interesting; talk on the or- which was listened to with maiked attention. Mrs. Wells in an earnest and pleasant speaker and han- dles her subject in a manner to win tho sympathy of her listeners. Mrs. Win. Webster delivered the greeting of tin' Nevada W. (J. T. IT., which was well given and cally received. The mdrninu session was spent in balloting for officers, und the following were elected for the ensuing year: State President, Mrs. Van Deventer; Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. Nor- cross; Treasurer, Mrs. Crawford of Carson Recording Secretary, Mrs. Latta of Carson. Lunch was served in the church basement by the ladies of the W. C. T. U. The Convention- was called to order again at 2 o'clock, and Mrs. Wells gave a verv interestinir address on the plan of wo'rk in the W. C. T. U. This evening Mrs. Wells will give a lecture at the Baptist Church, which will, no doubt, be well woith hearing. The following will be the program Song service Conducted by Reno Y's Scripture reading and prayer...... H Rev. Thomas Mai-ill Lecture Mr5- r" Wells Vocal win Mrs. R. H. Bready Collection and benediction. Allen C. Bragg has resigned as Sec- retary of the Fourth of July Commit- tee and C. W. Pooton elected in his stead. Any one having business with the committee will please take notice. A nice is what the Congregational folks will give on the Fourth. See 50-cent notice. by By Cable and Associated Press.] VIENNA, July rains have fallen in the interior of Ausf.-alia and great damage baa been done by the especially in upper Australia. A Mew Swindle. The Pomona, Cal., fi-ogres.t says a new swindle is reported from Santa Jarbara county. It In. perpetrated by means of a double fountain pen, one end of which is filled with, sub- ittttuial ink, the oibei ink that nway In a day or The sharper rltf-s aKreninent, contract, or whatever particular thing he may save chosen with the ink that fadev, snd has his victim sign with the other end of tue pen tuat Usls. In a few days he baa a slip of paper with noth- ng on it but a good signature, over wb ieli he writes any sort of note that ie can easiest turn into cash. Look out for the man. ___ Where the Gold According to the estimates recently made by the Directors of the Mint, the passengers who left the United States for Europe during lust fiscal year, took with I bom not lenH than in gold or its equivalent ID elters of credit. My Summer Stock Is Now Coaqtlete, Consisting of.. -4- The Latest and Best Styles 4 OF- Men's and Boys' Clothing, Underwear, Socks, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, All Shades and (Mian, Cufis, Windsor Ties ud Dude Bows. STMWHATS All and colon A LAKGK ASSORTMENT OF Man's, Children STRAW HATS All grades aatf A full line of J. B. Stetson Co. FINE HATS I nail grades. HATS of tie Best Grade. A Large Assortment of Men's and Boys' Suspenders. SPDERLABD'S SO SHOE. Button, MY STOCK OP BOOTS AND SHOES Is as complete as ever, consisting of Gent's Fine Hand-Sewed Boots and Shoes in all Grades, Ladies' Misses, and Children's Boots, Shoes and Slippers in all grades and colors. AH Goods sold at the Lowest Possible Price. Ladies' and Gent's Boots and Shoes made to order; Repairing neatly done. F. LEVY BROTHER. Dry Goods Used at All Times, Be it Ever So Little. But not at all times can dry goods be bought at pricesjike We Are Selling Them Now. Don't stop to ask those who have bought bargains of us, Come Yourself, Bring Your Cash, Because It Is Cash We Are After- And We Will Astonish You, by the An EniilNh syndicate has been prlc- ng one of vast chemi- cal works of international repute, and is said to have the price reported to be Nevertheless, the nyndloale is still ne- gotiating. _ _ __ Old ranch people suffer Aram disorders o the nnlnary organs, and are always grotl- tied at the wcmdorfal effects of .J. II. McLean's Liver and Kidney Italm In ban- ning their troubles. SI 00 per bottle. With your harne and address, mailed to the Swift Co., Atlanta, Ga., is necessary to obtain an interesting treat- fee on the blood and the diseases incident to it S3 S Skin Eruption Cured. One of mr customers, a highly retpectei cad influential citizen, bat who is now absent from the city, hM nicd Swift's Specific with excellent result. He ft cured him of akin eruption that he had been tormented with for thirty jtttu, and badiealcfedtbe curative quaUUoi at totOf other Draotot, CUT, We will make your dollar buy more goods at our store than of any other store on the Coast. We don't offer 'one article at a low price and hang on to high prices on other goods. All Our Goods, Every Single Article WITHOUT RESERVE Must and Will Be Sacrificed AT SLAUGHTERING PRICES! People out of town can save a whole lot more besides traveling expenses by attending our great sale personally Those indebted to us please pay up at once, or we shall be obliged to enforce collection.' Rerio, Nevada. .NFW SPA PERI
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