Reno Evening Gazette, July 11, 1890

Reno Evening Gazette

July 11, 1890

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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 11, 1890, Reno, Nevada JOB WORK The Neatest, The Best, At the Gazette Office. ENVELOPES Printed Cheaper than the Cheapest. VOL. XXIX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, FRIDAY, JULY 11. IS90. NO. 67. MISCRLLAKEOUfl. Teller Following1 Up the Monometalists. AX IMPORTANT Bill 81GXED. POWDER Atopfufely Pure. A cream of tttrtar baking powdor. HigbeMl of all in leavening strength. U.ti. OovcmmnU Aug. Stanley, Up the Explorer, Laid With Gastritis. An Exciting Ohio. Congressional Convention. THIS SPACE One Week Smoke the Celebrated ESTRELLA CIGAR Manufactured by E. H. GATO, Factory No. 38, KEY WEST. SEE THAT No. 38 Is Stamped on tbe Bottom of Etery Box. By Associated Press WASHINGTON, July 11. Teller intro- duced a joint resolution declaring it to be the determined policy of the United States to uso both gold and silver an full legiil tender money, and instruct- ing the Pre.sident to invite the Govern- ments of the Latin Union countries, and such other nntioiiH as he may deem advisable, to join 'the United States in a conference to adopt a corr- mon ratio between gold and silver for the purpose of establishing the inter- national line of bi-tnetallic money and securing a fixity of the value between those metals, the conference to be held at such plac-> us may be mutually agreed upon by tho Executives of the Governments joining in it; and when, in the judgment of the President ol the United States, a sufficient number of nations shall have entered into such international arrangement, he shall deem the ratio so fixed to be the exist- ing ratio in the United States. The President is to appoint not less than three nor more than flvecommis sioners to attend such conference on the part of the United States, who are to receive aud expenses. The resolution was referred to the Finance Committee. Wilson of Iowa offered a resolution, which was referred to the Committee on Foreign Itelations, calling on tho Secretary of State for information on I the subject of an American citizen. Thomas T. Collins, being deprived of bin rights, liberty and property at Manile, in the Philippine Islands, and as to what action la being taken in re- gard to that matter. The Senate proceeded to the consid- eration of the Senate bill to establish a United States Lund Court and pro- vide for the settlement of private hind claims in New Mexico, Wyoming, Arizona, Utah, Nevada and Colorado, such claims being by virtue of Spanish or Mexican rights. The bill was discussed until 2 o'clock, when the shipping bills were in order IXH unfinished business, and Gibson addressed the Senate. IIOUhK. The House Committee on Military Affairs directed a favorable report on the bill to revive the rank of Lieuten- ant-General of the army. Favorable reports Were also ordered on the bills authorizing the Secretary of War to employ twenty acting chap- lains in the army, and the one grant- ing the Kio Grande Southern Kailroad Company the right of way across the Fort Lewis, Colorado, military reser- vation. The conference report on the silver bill has been submitted to the House. McKenna of California called up a private bill for the relief of Charles Murphy of California, and, after a short discussion, the bill was passed yeas 100, nays 69. An KxrltlOK Context. By Associated Press.j COLUMBUS July There was a supposition when the Democratic Congressional Convention for the Six- teenth District, in session at Orrville, adjourned last night, that matters would be harmonized and the nomina- tions made during tbe early balloting this morning. This was not the case, the convention having great difficulty in petti ing upon a man to put against McKinley. first ballot this morning, the 38th, stood: Monot Stilwelll Warwick 34, Zimmerman 41, Lewis 7, Welty 7 and Sherick 7. On the 47th Warwick took the lead, having 57 votes, but an attempted stampede to him failed to carry and his vote fell back.' A motion to adjourn until September 3d failed to secure a second, and called forth cries of showing a determ- ination to bang together until the contest is ended. Monot and Warwick were close to- gether on the 54th ballot, the former still holding his 53K and the latter having pulled up to 51. He Meat Over the Bay. So Inventigatetl. By Associated Press.] LOUISVILLE July striking brakcmen and switchmen of the Louiavillo and Nashville roii'ls re- turned to work this afternoon at the old wages, pending an investigation of their grievances by the management. Mtanley Confined to Ills Bed. By Cable and Associated Press.] LONDON, July is suffer- ing from a severe attack of gastritis and is confined to his bed. It is feared that his marriage, which was arranged to take place at Westminster Abbey to-morrow, will have to be postponed. Damaged by fire. By Associated Press.] PHILADELPHIA, July brew- ery of the Henry Miller Brewing Com- pany, on Thirty-Grot and Jefferson streets, was damaged by fire this morning to the extent of Two men were badly hurt. Bar silver, LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. A Jtnnnwny. This morning about 10 o'clock a team belonging to Mr. Bailey an d brother, took it in his equine head to make a spurt along the Plaza, which he evidently mistook for a portion of tho race course, lie sped along at a gait, passed the merry-go- round, the vicinity of which evidently intoxicated him. The driver was thrown to the bottom of tho vehicle, but nimbly regained his and the control of tho reins and animals. A Narrow At about 11 o'clock this morning, HB tho employes of the Electric Light Company were engaged in raising the fifty-foot pole to hold the light at the intersection of Sierra and Fourth streets, the guys suddenly gave way, and the pole fell with a" tremendous crash to its full length on tho ground. Several of the employes came very near being killed, aud others were more or less scratched. Three Murderers Dangle tho Scaffold. Flora Jjtmt a This morning about 10 o'clock a young man named Thomas Murphy, engaged in brick moulding at Burke's brick yard, received an injury to his right little finger necessitating ampu- tation at the end joint. The wound was caused by the heavy iron brick mould of his comrade falling on the finger and crushing it to a jelly. Dr. Thoma was called in attendance. UUEVITIES. ESBERG, BACHMAN CO. Agents for the Pasiiis Ccaat, Cal Will Roth, nephew of Mrs. Chez- ingo of Reno, and Flip Fanning, both of Virginia City passed through here this morning on their way to Mon- tana. J. W. Gnessford, for a number of years local passenger conductor on the line of the S. P. K. R., departed this morning on a health-giving tour, to be gone on leave of absence. Captain Griffin of Peavine is as busy as a bee after his return from San Francisco and his hibernating in the Peavine mountains. He will rattle the old dry bones of Poeville in a short time. by the Prenldrnt. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, July 11. The Presi- dent has approved the legislative, ju- dicial and executive appropriation bill. NEWS NOTES. The Vermont Assessor's annual re- pore will show a it arkeil depreciation in tbe value of farming lands. "Willie" K. Vanderbilt's white mar- ble villa to outdo in splendor every other house in Newport. A Report from New York Is that lemops have not been so scarce and bigh priced for years as they are at preseut. A Pennsylvania maiden committed suicide the other day because she was prevented from to a strawberry festival, An Iowa man who was caught In the edge of a cyclone recently bad his coat sleeve torn off at the shoulder by the wind, but he escaped bodily barm. The four largest concerns lu tbe country engaged in manufacturing labels have made a combination which is to lead to a consolidation of their btiHinens interests. For the first time in several years the colored race la unrepresented In the West Point Mill.Hry Academy. There are only four colored officers in tbe army. Horses with ane silk over their beads, have been a common eight in Chicago during the torrid weather thft bax prevailed a great part of the time for two weeks, Minnesota boasts of a girl staire- dnver. She is Jessie Carson? bandies the ribbons over two bornes between Osage and Park Rapids. In winter the are doubled. "Weak and weary" describe tbe condition of many people debilitated by tbe warm weather, by disease or overwork. Hood's Sarnaparilla is jnst the medicine needed to build up and quicken tbe sluggish More the lost appetite. and re- Hanged. By Associated Press BIRMINGHAM July afternoon Alfred Cooper (colored) was hanged for the murder of Jeff Googer. He confessed his guilt. His neck was broken. NKW ORLEANS, July Johnson who murdered his paramour, Outavia Dillon, alias Mary Banks, on April last, was hanged to- day. His neck was not broken, and he died of strangulation. VANCOUVER July ward Gallagher was hanged here this afternoon for the murder of Louis Mar, near Lower Cascades, last No- vember. Uoivn to By Associated Press.] MILWAUKEE, July great body of Knights of Pytbms'nside from those engaged in the prize drills, are leaving the city. The Supreme Lodge, now that the tut moil of the encampment is over, are preparing to get down business, which will probably last a week or ten days. To-day's session was devoted to routine business. This afternoon the Hastings (Mich.) division was awarded the first prize for drill, and the Erie division the Becoud prize of Americana In By Associated Press NEW YORK, July H ortd prints the following from Yokohama: Seoul has been occupied bv American marines, and Corea is now virtually in the hands of Americans. The United States steamer Swartara lies off the city flying the Stars and Stripes, and developments are anxiously watched, for the American naval authorities here have taken a great responsibility, and there is a probability that if the internal trouble takes a serious turn they will have to fight their way out of the country. A TVrrlblp By Associated Press 1 Ciuco, July was brought to Chico last evening of a fatal acci- dent that had taken place at the ranch of John near Day ton, in which his son, loHflf V. Fritter, was dragged to a torrible Young Fritter wns engaged in unharnessing the liorse in the stnble-yani und h.id removed the bridle to put- tins on a haltiT, when tho animal started to run. The bridle was jerked upward and securely fastened around j the young man's leps. He was jerked from his feet uud the horse started on a mad pace around the stable-yard, dragging tho young man after him. Efforts weio made to stop the animal, which weie only suc- cessful after some five or six minutes' running. An was made of the boy's wounds, but a giance showed that he was past all human aid, and he expired a few minutes afterward. He was a bright young man, aged 16 years tf months, and resided on the home place with his relatives. The sad accident has cast a gloom over the community in which he lived. The funeral took place this afternoon at 3 o'clock at Dayton. Vive Women Hltiiijclucrccl. By Associated Press BINOHAMTON July Thomas Bcahun and Mrs. Henry Van Dusnr, injured in a railro.ul accident near Owego last night, by which three women wero instantly killed, dk-il four hours after the accident. KUHMSH1NG GOODS, HATS BOOTS AND SHOES. 1SSO Q T _, OlOCK IS .WOW -Confuting; of- The Latest and Best Styles OF------- Men's and Clothing, Underwear, Socks, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, All Sbatlnx aod I'.tternij, Collars, Cufis, Windsor Ties and Dnde Bows. STRAW HATS All grades and colon A. LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Boya and Children's Will bo paid to any competent chemist who wfl find, on BDulyals, a particle of Heronry, Potash, or otter poisons In Swift's Specific (S. 8, 8.) AN EATING SORE Henderson, Tex., Aag. S3, "For elga teen months I had an eating eoro on my toncaa I WAS treated by tho beat local physicians, bn obtained no relief, tho ooro gradually crowing I concluded finally to try 8. 3. was entirely cored after uelnz a few bottlca Ton have icy cheerful permission to publish th above statement for tho benefit of those similarly afflicted." C. B. MoLzMODE, Treatise on Blood and 8km Diseases mailed free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atl S SS HENRY IH. STANLEY A DlaatfteronM Blaze. By Associated Press. 1 ST. Louis, Mich., July A dis- patch from Ithaca, this morning states that a most disusterouH fire raged in that town last night and that a total of 28 buildings were burned. Ithaca is the county seat of Gratiot county, with a population of two thousand people. The town does considerable manufacturing, and is a prosperous place. Twenty-nine buildings with their contents were consumsd. Loss, 500. or Jim Ctislck. By Associated Press.] NEW YOBK, July 11. James Cusick, at one time one of the best known sporting characters in the country, is dead. During the gold fever he went to California and discovered John C. Heenan, then entirely unknown. He brought him to New York in 1858, and arranged a fight with John Morrisey, which took place at Long Point, Can- ada, in. October, 1858.' Cusick after- wards seconded Heenan in his memor- able fight with Tom Sayers. Military By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, July 11. The Presi- dent sent to the Senate the following nominations: Colonel Alexander J. McCook of the Sixth Infantry, to be Brigadier General Major Augustus G. Robinson, Quartermaster, to be Deputy Quartermaster-General, with tbe rank of Lieutenant-Colonel. Educational By Associated Press.] SARATOGA July 11 American Institute of Instruction passed resolutions favoring an educa- tional exposition at Chicago at tbe time of the Columbian Exposition, endorsing temperance education in-the pnbl.c schools, and commending Fed- aral aid to education. To Be Arbitrated. By Associated NEW YORK, July 11. A Board of Arbitration has been decided upon to settle the difficulties between the cloak makers and the manufacturers. Letter at Work. By Cable and Associated Press.] LONDON, July are be- coming more quiet among the letter carriers, and they are performing their duty as naoal to-day. IN DARKEST AFRICA The complete story of Stnnky'xrrccnt thrilling fireutures and tho dlnoloauru of hia Important liKorerioi will appear for tho Hint tlmu In the irork wdtton by hlmitolf, cntltUi! "In Darkant not be duoeivuil by any of tho HO> tailed books" now huing offored'ai lino" ftud "authentic To no ODD of these haa itanloy contributed a line. no guoatloD about tills utatcment boInK Mi-roct In crery particular Wo stiiannUioU, and give partfoufan on application. PHIITIAU In order not to bo misled, ace UnU I IUn that tho book tho lui. ?rintof CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS that the canrmiing aiiout carries a oertllicaUi >t agency from us. L. BANCROFT CO. 132 POST STREET. SAN General Agents for the Pacific Walter Morton, for H'ashoe Co THE ANNUAL FAMILY PICNIC And Woodland Feast or the Young Men's Institute, BE GIVEN ON 33, AT TICKETS Js oo I.unch baskets, etc., taken to and from the railroad terminus to the Inke. I'ri7es will be awarded on the grounds for various (games. The best ol order will be maintained ai..l a pleasant time guaranteed to all. Tickets may be had of James O'Neill, Jai Cane, Frank Savage or auy members of the order. WILLIAM BROTHER, BEEF, MUTTON, PORK, VEAL, ETC. Arc prepared to furnish the best meats at the lowest living rates. nov29 Commpreial Kow for. Mlerm Mt PROFESSOR ALFRED HAYMANSON Ot San Francisco, BEGS TO ANNOUNCE HIS AR rival iu Reno, where he wilt locate per tnanently. Thorough Instruction In Vocal and iBMtrnniwntal tttiMle, Will be irfven Irom the elementary to the fin- ishing course. Pupils prepared for concert or opera if desired The course ol instruc- tion will be identical with that pursued at the Royal Academy of Music, England. The Bishop's School for Girls, Founded in 1876 by Bishop Whitakcr. THIS SCHOOL OFFERS SPFCIAI, AD- vantages for the ntudy of English and music. The Advent term begins WEDNESDAY. SEPT 3, 1890. Apply to MISS JULIA MEGQUIKB, Principal, Reno, Nevada. STRAW HATS All grtidei and colon. A full line of J. B. Stetson Co. FINE HATS In all grades. A Fine StekjjfSp: HATSjfJie Best Grade. A Large Assortment of Men's and Boys' Suspenders. MJNDERLAND'S S2 SO SHOE. BoltoUace, Congress MY STOUK OF BOOTS AND SHOES Is as complete as ever, consistingTof 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. All Goods bold 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 prices like 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 Wi.ll Astonish You, We will make your dollar buy more goods store than pf any other store on the Coast. We don't offer one article at a low price and 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 raveling expenses by attending our great sale personally Those indebted to us please pay up at once, or hall be obliged to enforce collection. we LEVY BJRO., Reno, Nevada. .NFWSPAPFRf .FWSFAPFR! ;

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