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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 21, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                JOB WORK The Neatest, The Be.st, At the Gazette Office. ENVELOPES Printed than v- the Cheapest. XXIX. RENO, WASHOE NEVADA, MONDAY, JULY 21, 1890. Y NO. 93. POWDER Absolutely Pure. A cream of taru.r baking powder. Highest of all in U-avoiilnp strength. U.S. Government Report, Aufi. 19, 1880. A Commercial Trav- eler Killed. CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS. Voorhees Speaks Against the Tariff Bill. Fliea Near'QraM Valley, Call- Fair Store! A Large Crayon Portrait of Your- self FREE OF CHARGE. In ordpr to advertise our business more extensively and in a desirable manner, wo tmvo decldnd to present our customers a splendid enlarged por- trait of yourself or I r lend. The condi- tions on which you receive this beau- tiful and appropriate gift are exce( d- ingly light and worthy your consider- ation. We Will Stute Tiiem in Few Words: Buy ?15 00 wortb of goods by paying us tlio vory lowest cash pricox and deed is done. You can thon furnish us with a cabinet pboto, panel, tintype or other ploUiro of yourself or friend ond wo will bnvo it enlarged at once, and proHout it to yon nbMolutoly free of charge. The size of tho piotuno ill be 14x17 Inches aud the fnuno 25x28 inches, iho latter being of late design in antique stoel bronze or Kilt. The.so pictures are from the studio of ono of the bast artists in were nnvor sold for loss than or without frnrnos. Rememoer, we do not ask you to buy large bills al nay one timo, but will furnish you will) a card, on tho margin of which are placed figures of convenient amounts, trom 23 cents to a total of When you make a purchase we pimoli out u set of these figures, nrid when all are punched out we will present, you with the picture. U at cur atorn mid sea a sample of k, and not loruot that e Hun plcujroor YOURSELF, WIFE, CHILD, FRIEND, FATHER, MOTHER, SWEETHEART, or last, but no of charge. "A UIIUK of hnxuty is u joy forever." What could be nicor for home adornment than one of these elegant CRAYONS? We have also made arrangements with ft large frame manufactory to mount and trume3 these portraits tor our pauons In the style al one- foortu the u-u-0 cost of such frames. You can have either gilt or bronze frame with flrst-clHss French plate all ready to hunt; on the wall. YOU ARE, HOWEVER, NO. OBLIGED to purchase a frame al all, or you can purchase it at .some olber store. This dons not matter to ns; we Hive you the picture und sell you the frame at cost if you wish it. Yours JonurBti.sly, Thi Fair Store, Coneretmlonal RENO, NEVADA. W.F.M'GEE.MAKAGEll. Jel6 WILLIAM DIIONfc BROTHER, KEEP, MUTTON, PORK, VEAL, ETC. Are prepared to furnish th" best meats it the lowest living rnt'x novs? By WASHINGTON. July 2t. At 3 o'clock the revenue marine bill was laid aside without action, and the Senate pro- ceeded to t'ne consideration of the tariff bill and was addressed by Voorhees in opposition to it. IIOL'HK. In his prayer this morning the chap- lain feelingly alluded to the death oi representative Walker of Missouri. The Committee on Public Lands re- ported a resolution calling ou the Sec- retary of tho Interior to inform the House by what authority and why he has authorized and directed the issue of patents to the Union Pacific Rail- road Company for lands granted that company prior to the payment of the debt due the United States from said company that he also report to the House the amount of land patented or certified to each of the land-grant cor- porations of the Union Pacific railway up to this date. Adopted. On motion of Dockery of Missouri, by unanimous consent, it was ordered that the vote on the "original package" bill bo taken to-morrow, and the vote on the bankruptcy bill on Thursday morning. Dockery then officially an- nounced the death of representative James P. Walker from congestion of ihe brain, at Dexter, Mo., on Satur- day afternoon, and delivered a brief eulogy. Appropriate resolutions were adopted and the House adjourned. On motion the House select com- mittee on our relations with Canada was authorized to continue its investi- gations during the coining recess and next session. The House bill to amend the act of Juno 23, 1374, for the relief of settlers on railroad lands was reported placed on tiie calendar. Dawes moved to proceed to the con- sideration of the Indian appropriation bill. Gray asked him to permit the bill to transfer the revenue marine to the jjuval establishments be taken up in the morning hour. Monill ititormed Dawes that if he di'l not proceed with the Indian ap- propriation bill he (Morrill) would move to proceed with the tariff bill. Gray remarked that the Senator from Vermont could hardly expect to ex- clude all other matters that might not have the extent and magnitude of the' tariff bill. There was HO legislation1 that could be considered by the Senate during the remainder of the session that would not take some time from tho consideration of the tariff bill, and he did cot think the Senator should proclaim at tho outset that nothing else should be considered. Morrill said it was not his purpose to ask the consideration of the tariff bill in opposition to any other measure, except the appropriation bills. Gray made a motion to proceed to the consideration of the House bill to transfer the revenue marine service from the Treasury to the Navy De- partment. Agreed to, yeas 30 nays 23. The Republicans who voted yea were Cameron, Casey, Culloin, Farwell, Frye, Ingalls, Mitchell, Spooner, Saw- ver, Teller and The Dem- ocrats who voted nay were Bate, Cock- rell, Gorman and Pugh. The Senate proceeded to the consid- eration of the House bill to transfer the revenue marine service. The bill having been read the date for the ap- pointment of revenue marine officers to be officers of the navy was fixed for January, 1891. So that practically would be of no service in the collection of customs revenue. The only object of the bill was to advance the pay of officers to the extent of a year and to have them entitled to be placed on the retired list. These officers have not asked for the measure. The Republican members of the Senate Committee on Privileges and Elections were again in session to-day considering the Federal election bill. John I. Davenport of New _York was closeted with the members after- noon. It is understood the bill to he reported to the caucos is practically completed, but the time for a meeting of the caucus bos net yet fixed. Thought to Have Been Innocent. Special to the GAZKTTK.! FRKSNO, Cal., July Satur- day a stranger appeared at the farm of Samuel Hocking, near Selma, and criminally assaulted Mrs. Hocking. On the husband's return she gave him a description of her assailant, which answered that of Clarence Rotnsburg, a traveling salesman, and the husband started in pursuit. Last evening Iteinsburg's team arrived at Hazleton, where his wife was stopping, and liis dead body was iu the buggy. Hocking, in the mean time, had given himself up, but denied the killing. Doubts of Remsburg's guilt are ex- pressed. Two California Sorcial to the GAZETTE.! GRASS VALLBV, Cal., July Yesterday noon a fire broktt out in tho barn of Mrs. S. W. Piper in Pleasant Valley, which destroyed the building and contents. Three valuable horses were burned. The fire spread to the fields and woods of Pleasant Valley and burned over that fine agricultural section. It is reported Lougreidge's and Douglass' ranch buildings ne.e burned. Yesterday afternoon a fire broke out near the Allison ranch mice, i'nd James Looney, aged 70, while fighting fire, was burned to death. Italtroad Firemen's Meettug. By Associated Press.] HARTFOKD, July hundred members of the Brotherhood of Rail- road Firemen he'd a meeting yester- day. Resolutions were adopted favor- ing the passage of the bill pending in Congress, requiring railroads to use automatic brakes and couplings on freight cars. A resolution also pledged the members to do all in their power to prevent trainmen from working on Sundays. And Victor Hugo's Son Wounded. NEWSPAPER NEK FARE ILL. All But Three Killed. Special to the GAZETTE] TUCSON, July is now defin- itely known that of the eight Apache prisoners under Kid who murdered Sheriff Reynolds and deputy and all but three Imvj been killed. Kid and two others are at large. Detachments of troops from all the forts are out with hopes of intercepting them. POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. U-eU the Unl'til Government. Endorsed by the hexdq of the Great A Bank Receiver Appointed. By Associated Press. WASHINGTON, July troller of currency has appointed Gil- bert G. Shaw, Receiver of the Park National Bank of Chicago. The bank has been iu the hands of a bank exam- iner. TELEGRAPHIC BREYETIES. Bar silver, LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. AN UNDERGROUND HOMICIDE. A >Uner Kills a tihtft.Bosa With an AX. Last night just as the regular shift were descending on the cage of the Savage shaft, at v. M., on the familiarly called graveyard they reached the 1200 foot level, the fore- man, William Nichol, questioned a miner named Pat Crowley, and or- dered him to go on top on account of his inebriated condition. This irritated Crowley, and on arriving at the ievel he chased Nichols a short distance from the shaft, and nearly decapitated him with a hand ax. There were two or three others on the cage the unfortunate Nichols, who, when they saw the trouble, rang the cage bell and started for the surface. The infuriated Nichols kept pulling signals on the hell rope to lower, which the men on the ascending cage finally averted by nutting the bell rope. Crowley was immediately taken into custody. Lost, Sunday rnorniug, July 20th between Newlands' residence and Trinity Epia opal Church, a lady'a eyd glass with tortoise shell handle. The finder will oblige by leaving the same at the GAZETTE office. Telegrams remain in the Telegraph office for Aaron Groseman and W Miller. do not contain poisonous oils or chemicals. PRICE BAKIN0 POWDKR OO., York, Chicago, tan FrantiMO There are accidents and disease which affect stock and cause eerlonl Reported Fighting in Central America. A Minlngr Company Fined for Contempt. Oonld on the Keccnt fire. By Associated Press.] NEW YOBK. July the first time since the fire on Friday, Jay Gould this morning was at his office on the second floor of the Western Union building. Little damage was done by water there, and the usual force of clerks are engaged in their usual routine. He said to a reporter: "I was not connected with the com- pany when this building was erected, but understood it to be as nearly fire- proof as it was possible to be. The floors, walls aud stairways were all in- destructablo, of course, bat nocesaurPy the vast amouut of fuel was on hand in the furniture needed to accommo- date so many persons. It must be said, however, in view of the probable origin of the fire, that had it broken out at any other time it would have almost certainly been extinguished at once. The fire doubtless arose from the contact of several wires, which were raised to a white heat by com- bined currents, igniting the covering of the wires and woodwork near by. The men usually on hand where the fire began, were not there to check the spread of the flames, which were not discovered until they had made some headway. When the fire ww at its length the force of men on the spot wis unequal to accomplish what thoy attemotad. namely, to estiafjuisl. o without givji a, an alarm. Tbas .ustead of saying thai at any other hour cue fire would prob- ably have caused -roat iuss of life, it ia, doubtless, proper tu H .v that at any other hour tho Ming not have been destroyed.'' for Contempt. Special to the GAZETTE SAN FRANCISCO, July Cir- Gourt took up the case of Edward Woodruff against the North Bloomfield Mining Company et. al. Judge Saw- yer fined the Omega Mining Co., one of tha defendants, for contempt. The defendants own mining property jn Placer county, and action was brought to restrain them from dump- ing their debris in the Sacramento river. An injunction was placed to restrain them from hydraulicing, but the Court held thr.t they violated the edict. Heportert .frighting. By Associated Press CITY OF MEXICO, July Universal has published an account of a battle between the Guatemalans and San Salvadorians in San Salvador, in which the former were defeated with heavy loss. The Guatemalan forces numbered General Bar- rundia, a Guatemalan refugee, will probably raise the standard of revolt in Guatemala, and it is rumored that President Barillas talks of resigning. Private telegrams from San Salvador say the Guatemalan artillery was cap- tured in a battle on Thursday. Inaccurate Keports. By Cable and Associated Press.] PARIS, July Guatemalan Minister here, referring to a report from Mexico that war has broken out between Guatemala and San Salvador, said the telegrams from Mexico are in- exact. War has not been declared, he said, and no Guaternalr.ii troops have crossed the frontier of San Sal- vador. It is the Minister's opinion that the fighting referred to in the dispatches must have occurred in the interior of San Salvador between the factors in that country._______ Newspaper Men Kxeommnnleated. By Cable and Associated Prew ROME, July proprietors of three newspapers published on the Island of Malta, have been excommu- nicated for printing articles abusing the Pope and the Bishop of Malta. A French Duel. By Cable and Associated Press.) PARIS, July duel with swords fought yesterday between Menier and George Hugo, son of Victor Hugo. Hugo was slightly wounded. A pri- vate quarrel was the cause. Death of Another CongreaMnan. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, July House adjourned out of respect to the memory of the late representative Walker of Missouri, who died oa Saturday. An Indictment Kecommendrd. By Associated Press.] CHICAGO, July Coroner's jury in the matter of the explosion on the steamer Tioga, by which 25 lives were lost, brought in a verdict this af- ternoon. It censures the Union Steamboat Company, which owns the Tioga, for carelessness in handling naphtha and other explosives with oils, and recommends that Messrs. Bright (d Buffalo, proprietors of the Gennessee oil works, who shipped naphtha on the Tioga, be indicted for manslaughter by the Grand Jury. to Victoria. By Cable and Associated Press.) LONDON, July meeting of the residents of the island Heligoland, whose cession to Germany was pro- vided for by the Anglo-German agree- ment, was held to-day and a gratefu! farewell address tq Queen of "Epg- land was adopted. "KVKP TO BIGHT. Do not be Imposed on by any of the numerous Imitations, substitutes, etc., which are flooding the world. There is only one Swift's Specific, aud there Is nothing like it Oar remedy con- tains no Mercury, Potash, Arsenic, or any pois- onous enbetarjce whatever. It builds np the gen- eral health from the first dose, and has never fulled to eradicate contagions blood poison and Its effects from the system. Be sore to get the genuine. Send your address for oar Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases, which will be mailed free. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Oa. HENRY M. STANLEY IN DARKEST AFRICA complete atory of recent thrilling gwlventures and tho dlnclofturo of hia Important liacorerios will npncnr for tho first time In the (fork written by hlimolf. entitled "In Darkest J) not bo deceived by any of tho no- "wianloy bookrt" now IM-'UK olTurod iw "gon- "authentic Vo no ouu of tbeeo has ?t 'nley contributed a ih'rel s BO MUeation about this statement being .iroctln every particular Wu guaranteed, and clTn pa'tlciiliin on application fMIITinKI In order not to bo misled, see OrtU I lull that tbo book bears tbo Im. CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS tnd that the canvassing "Kent carries a oertlllcato >f agency from ua. H.L. BANCROFT CO. 132 POST STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. General Agents for the Paolflo Coaat Walter Morton, Agt. for Washoti Co MILL MI) LUMBER CO C. Prc-iident, W S. Bender, Vice President, ".Voi. Henry, Secretary, First Nat, Bauk, Treasurer. OrFlCK-CORNER THIRD AND RAI, stou streets, Reno, Nevada. The company Incorporated March 12, and is prepared to flit all orders (or building material. Latest style of Bastlake doors and finish We also do turning aud scroll sawiug, ana manufacture doors, windows, blinds, etc. We also manufacture a kinds of common and clear lumber. Give us a call.__________________apjitl PACIFIC BREWERY, Reno Soda Works and Granite Saloon. J. Gr. Sncccesor to George Becker. Beer by the Glass, Quart, Bottle or Keg at shortest notice. Lager Beer of the beat quality always on hand. Orders from the country receive prompt attention. Commercial Mow. Iteno, Nevada. _ Jytttf __ The Bishop's School for Girls, Founded in 1876 by Bishop Whitaker. THIS SCHOOL OFFERS SPKCIAI, AD- vantages for the study of English and music. The Advent term begins WEDNESDAY, SEPT 3, 1890. Apply to MISS JULIA MEGQUIER, Principal. Reno. Nevada. Notice. A IX PARTIES OWING FOR rV Deermg mowers, reapers, binders, twine and "ejctras'1 to Wm. Deering Co., arc hereby notified not to pay any of such de- mands, whether in form of a note or open account to O P. Backus or Jaques Son, or any unauthorized person. Ja Son are no longer our agents' for the collection ol said demands and we are informed that O T-. Backus is unlawfully attempting to collect the same. WM. DEERING CO. jyi9Wi By Vf. C. RARIO, Agent. YOU CANIxOT it REMEMBKR YOU CANNOT fl ET TOBWORK CHEAPER OR NY VTET J OBWORK CHEAPER OR fl BETTER TkONE BV ETTBR HONE BY 4 WAV FROM -DOME. TJ U SENDIN ENDIN UOMB. FURNISHING GOODS, HATS BOOTS AND SHOES. 3. S0O My Summer Stock Is Now Complete, Connt8tlng of The Latest and OF Men's and Boys' Clothing, Underwear, Socks, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, All and Patterns, Collars, Cafe. Windsor Ties and Daft Bows. All grades and colors UATQ ASSORTMENT OF flAlO MenV, Boys and Children's Q) IfA W All grades and colon; A full line of J. B. Stetson Co. FINE HATS In all grades. of SILK HATS of tie Best 6 A Large Assortment of Men'? and Boys' Suspenders. SDNKHRLAHD'S 32 5O SHOE. Button, MY STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES Is as complete as ever, consistingjjf 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 sold at tlie Lowest Possible Price. Ladies' and Gent's Boots and Shoes made to order; Repairing neatly done.________________ F. LKVY 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 Will Astonish- You, We will make your dollar buy more good0 at our store than of any other 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 shaii DC obliged to enforce collection. BJRO., Reno, Nevada. SPATTIU   

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