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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - August 1, 1890, Reno, Nevada JOB WORK The Neatest, The Best, At the Ctezctto Office. Printed Qtalper than the Cheapest. VOL. XXIX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, AUGUST 1, 1890. MISCKLLASKOUS. PBR OF CONGRESS. The Tariff Bill Being Discussed. f.Tbe House then resumcdthe consid- I eration of the Senate amendments to the sundry civil appropriation bill. j Wheeler of Alabama to-day intro- 1 cliiced a resolution in tho House to set aside Monday next for the considera- tion of the Fanners' Alliance grain subtreasury bill. The Dill is to be considered from day to day until dis- posed of. OF THE POTTS' CASE. Faucett Married to Mrs. Potts in San Francisco. POWDER Absolutely Pure. A cream powj-r lIlKhest of nil in U-avenini? fj.fi. i Rrport, Any. 1880. THE BEVERIDSE AITOM VI'1C Book Excluded flom United Btates Malls. the Tin! fact of tho wires being down east of Ogden tlio cause of onr short telegraphic to-rlav. STEAM COOKER, I'.itcnted 1'thru.iry 12, 1890. The Inli si iniproicd and best steam cooker n the in irk.et Pood i D >k( I in this stcnm cooke- tetaiiis the entiii II. nor .ind nutritive qualities, .ind is healthy and inor- The uliole iiital in at once and ill U-ss time limn the old. way. Yon c. in cook from one to four different ar- ticl-s at the s.inie tune in compartments one above tht Hthrr It positively cloesnot mingle the ll.nors. 1.1 nve orders at K. C I.eadbit ter's Loimncu i.it Kow Adults wantid in every town Address! K. HATXH Kl.Dl-.K, Virginia City, Nev j> 14 -I-'OR- M. I. S. T., AHTISTS MATERIALS Fresh Garden Seeds, Diamond Spectacles, -GO TC J. HODGKINSOK'S DKITQ STORE, VIRGINIA RENO c. NOVACOVICH. H. T. BERRY. BERRY ft'OVACOVICfl, Wholciale and Retail Dcnlirrs in Groceries, Provisions. FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, In HRUI1S Ol' AM. KINDS. Wines, Liquors, Tobacco, Crockery. We corrv n fine ns-orttnciit ol FANCY GROCb.RIKS Row. Bono, FOR SALE Three of the Finest Farms in Inyo County. Near the Town cf Bishop. EACH CONTAINS Kw ACRES, AI.I, IN the h'.Khe't state of ciiltiv.iti' n. One is all in alfalfa. Also6oo headof cattle. Reason for selling, old age and ml'mnltiis. I'or particulats of J. X Kvan.s, Xeno, Nev, or address 11 nil op Inyo County, Cat. jei4tft, Town Property! THAVI-. VHRY CHOICK RItSIOHNCK propc-ity lor vile Situutetl mie-linlf in lit from the K.uiicniv-' depot and ouc-fonrth tuilc from the ht.xte I'imerMly. Lots 80 Feet Front and 240 Feet Deep, THE rrOFKKTY. Fioe boil, l.irRc shade trees. T( you to nnke a home, come and see inc. SALOON. H.K, HAS BKEK KKCENTLY up in tMc modern style, and is presHkd ovu J? Harry late of tne Depot HiMei, everybody knows. The Bar Is Second to IVone tlie'M.itc, nlwnvs provided with t Mr a call and be convinced ______ mijfMtt___________ The newsiest, the cheapest and the Ga- zette and Stockman. By Associated Press.] WABIIINOTON, Aug. Senate took up the Tariff bill at this morning. Klair oflbred a resolution, which went over until to-uiorrow, instructing tho Committee on RnloH to report a rule within four rlays for limiting and closing debate. Edmunds moved to correct tho jour- nal of yesterday by making it state the natneH of the Senators present when the roll was first callod. There was guneral opposition to this motion, v. hich was defeated, A joint resolution to permit Captain Ueo. W. Davis of the U. S. army to wcopt a position in the Nicaragua Canul Construction Company was passed. Tho Senate then proceeded to tiie consideration of the taiiff bill, resum- ing it under the head of lead products. The articles of litharge and nitrate of lead weio allowed to pass without comment, but to the third article (or- ango mineral centa per pound) Vance offered an amendment reducing the rate to routs. In the course of the discussion Vest expressed him- self in favor of reducing all duties on lead and its product, although his own State was the greatest lead-producing State in the Union. The largest lead mine in the State is that of Hazard, who is the principal stockholder. He declined that last year's divi- dends amounted to 29 per cent., but the wages of tho employes have not Iwen increased one cent. So that the claim that high protective duties were for the benefit of the working man was a fraud and a cheat from the beginning. spoke ol the lead trust, which controlled the lead trade of the country. He told of having met, not long ago, in a New York bank parlor, the owner of a lead mine who told him the lend trust offered to purchase his interest. How much is your plant asked Mcl'hiTSon. ''I could duplicate it for was the answer. "And how much does tho trust "One million dollars." "And how the trust expect to bo able to pay you for what is only wortj nnd pay divi- It proposes to raise the price of the product. Theoflerhas been accepted, and the price has been increased to an extent to ena'Oe the trust to pav a dividend on any amount of capital it sees fit; and yet in the Congress of the United States there is a great political party, claiming to be first in intelli- gence, first in patriotism, first in jus- tice and right, voting to put a rate of duty on these lead products th'at is ab- solutely prohibitory, and that will en- able thin trust or combine to fix any price it pleases, and rob the people to any extent it pleases." Finally the discussion came to an end. and a vote was taken on Vance's amendment, which was rejected by a party 21, nays 29. The amendment offered by Vance to reduce the dutv on red lead from 3 centofco 2 cents per pound, met with the same fate. The paragraph taxing white lead S cents per pound was, on motion of Aldrich, amended by adding the words "and white paint containing lead." Vance moved to make the duty on white lead 2 cents per pound instead of 3. Rejected, yeas 22, nays 21. There was no suggestion as to phos- phorus and bi-chromato and chromate of potash. 69 was amended, on mo- tion of Aldrich, making it read "custic or hydiate of potash, refined in sticks or rolls, one cent per instead of IK cents. UOUSE. On motion of Taylor of Illinois, a resolution was adopted calling on the Secretary for copies of the report of the engineers in charge of the work of im- provement in Galveston harbor. Another Chapter of the Potts M order Case. Special to the GAZETTE SAN FBA.NCISCO, Aug. state- ment is published that Miles Fawcett, for whose murder Josiah Potts and his wife Elizabeth were hanged at Elko, Nev., last June, was married to the woman, under the name of Mrs. Eliza- beth Atherton, in this, city in March, 18SR Fawcett subsequently appealed to. an attorney to investigate the woman's antecedents, aa he believed all was not right. The attorney found the woman had previously been mar- ried to Potts, who was living at Carlin, Nev. Fawcett was much enamored of his wife, and was induced by the return of which he lad given the female, to stop the legal proceedings against Mrs. Potts. Fawcett subse- quently took her to his home near Fresno, and afterward followed her when she returned to her husband at Carlin. It is thought the knowledge Fuw- cett had of the woman's guilt was one inducement to hifi murder. A Coffee-Dealing Syn- dic ate. DESERTION FROM ITALIAN ARMY. Him' Out of the Matin. By Associated Tress.] WASHINGTON, Aug. opinion of Assistant Altorney-Aenoral Tyner of the I'ostoffice Department, upon which was based the from the mails Count Lyon Tolster's book "Kreutzer was ad- dressed Third Assistant Poatmas- ter-General Hazeu, and consists of two sentences. It is as follows: "I return herewith a publication en- titled offered for mailing at the postoffie at Chicago, 111., as matter of the second class. After a careful examination of this publication, I am of the opinion it is of an indecent character, hence it is forbidden circulation in the mails by the act approved September 2R, 1888." Upon receipt of this opinion an order printed in the usual form was eent to tho Postmasters at 'Chicago and New York, directing that -book be ex- cluded from the mails. It is bolieved an apiieal will be taken to the Post- ui aster-General. Objectionable License To Be Tested. Law Bv Associated Press. J SARATOGA, Aug. first race, six furlongs, Stratagem won. Tourist second, Woodbean third. Time, In the second race, mile and 70 yards. Little Crete won, Dilemma second and Big Brown Jug third. Time The third race, six furlongs, mede won, Eminence second, Fea third. Time, The fourth- race, one mile, Puzzle won, Fellowship second, Happiness third. Time, In the fifth race three-quarters of a mile, Vidette won, Geneieve second uncl third. Time TELEU'JAPHIC BREVITIES. Bar silver, LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. DISTRICT COURT. A Large Xnmber or Cases on the Calendar. The land cases are in progress and being argued. The following is the list of cases set for the present month, with date of trial, aside from those mentioned in yesterday's issue: ISelson DeWitt vs. D. B. Lyman, August 1st. J. V. Peers August 4th. J. V. Peers August 4th. Angelo Da Giovanni Thompson. August 6tb. J. P. Foulks vs. S. A. F. W. Doan. August 7th. _ Foulks vs. S. A. Hamlin and F. W. Doan, August 7th. Deluchi vs. Keyes, August llth. M. J. Smith vs. .Tames Mayberrv. August llth. J. J. Grant VB. Andrew Deluchi, AngU8t I2th. Taylor vs. Mills, August 15th. J. J. Grant vs. A. M. Van Wagoner, August 18th. G. S. Smith August 23d. vs. Julia Loe et at., vs. F. M. Lee et al., vs. William Hamlin and vs. J. J. Alexander, Suit was commenced to-day and papers filed with tho Clerk of the Dis- trict Court on behalf of James Spear against the Southern Pacific Company for for injuries sustained bv the recent accident to plaintiff, as narrated m the GAZETTE. Clarke Jones are his Families not already supplied should lose no time in procuring a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It is tbe onlv remedy that can be upon for bow.l coi-plaint fn all iis forms. 25 and 50 bottles for sale by Shoemaker Co. 5ra.msn" disease affect .took and cause serious in wss r A -The Fieflat Begins Steamship Linen. en- do- has The Central American llevolt. By Associated Press 1 LA LHJERTAD, Aug. tion with the interior has been re- stored. Advices from the capital state that General Ezeta was ordered from the frontser with about men immediately upon the outbreak of the revolt headed by General Itivas. Ezeta proceeded with all haste to the capital. General Kivas' forces had captured his artillery and bar- racks, and the few troops in charge had fought desperately before they surrendered. The Indians then pil- laged several houses and a panic forces were finally feated and peace was restored. It is stated that Guatemala withdrawn her forces from the frontier and that all is quiet. There is no tel egraphic communication with Guate- mala. LONDON, Aug. to the Times from Buenos Ayres state that President Celrnan issued a manifesto, and after speaking of the demand for liis resignation made by the revolution- ary movement, refers to the piosperity and liberty of the country enjoyed un- Committee will name a candidate for Judge of Court of (In State office to tilled 'bin fall, and there will be uo State conveniion. The successful work of opanluK the channel and doopnnini; tho harbor of Greytown, Nicaragua, by natuinl set in motion by the construction ol the new hppn rte-nonstratod. FURMSHING GOODS. HATS BOOTS AND My Summer Stock Is Now Complete, -4- The Latest and Best Styles 4 Men's and Boys' Clothing, Underwear, Socks, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, All Shades aud Patterns, Collars, Crfg, Wiadsor Ties and Dude Bows. STRAW HATS STRAW HATS Ktiuk-B colors A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Men's, Boys and Children's All grades and colon. full line of J. B. Stetson Co. FINE HATS In all grades. of SILK HATS of the A Large Assortment of Men's and Boys' Suspenders. SUNDERLAND'S Why endnre nights, with n dry hacking co gh, when Fryer's Abletlnn will givo you rent. (It contains no nplnnv. Price, cento Sold bv Wm. Plnnlgcr. The original and genuine Ablotine prepara- tion t> argthe fac simile algnatuioof tfKYJCK. "With your name and address, mailed to the Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, is necessary to obtain an interesting treat- ise on tho blood and the diseases-incident to it. SS S Eruption Cured. One of my customers, a highly respected And influential citizen, but'who In DOW absent from tho city, has need Swift's Specific with excellent result. He says It cured him of a skin eruption that be hod been tormented with for thirty years, and had resisted the curative qualities of many other BOBXBT CLEOO, Druggist, Folia City, Neb. RMO MILL AM) LUMBER'CO C. Gulling. PresicleHt; W. S Bender, Vice President. Win Henry, Secretary, First Nat. Bank, Treasurer, THIRD AND RAI, fcton streets, Ueno. Nevada. The company incorporated March 1885, and is prepared to fill all orders lor building material. Latest style of Eastlake doors and finish We also do turning and scroll sawing, and manufacture doors, windows, blinds, etc. We also manufacture a kinds of common and clear lumber. Give us a call. apjitl QUIMCY AND RENO STAGE LINE. AND AFTER MONDAY, JULY list itages will be run daily (Sunday except- ed) to Chat, Summit, Bcckwilh, Mohawk, Tohntown, Eureka Mines. Cromberg, Qnincy, Iresent Mi'ls and Greenville, carrying Wells, Fargo Co.'s express from Reno. Will leave Reno at 8 o'clock a. m. T. K. Hymers will do temporary service between Keao and Chat. Orders left at his office in Livery Stable will be promptly attended to. K. A. HALSTEAD. PROFESSOR ALFRED HAYMAM Gives thorough instruction in Vocal and Instrumental Music Orders may be left at C. J. Brookine', Reno, I REMEMBER REMEMBKR I YOU CANNOT YOU CANNOT ET TOBWORK CHEAPER OR fET J OBWORK OR NY LNY BETTER ETTER DONE ONE BY BY I ENDIN KNJDIN AWAY FROM WAV WROM O1 Cardboard ALL KINDS FOR SA LE AT KF.A- fflee. SO SHOE. Bntloilace.Conpss 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 x in all grades and colors. All Goods sold at the Lowest Possible Price. Ladies' and Gent's Boots and Shoes made to order; Repairing neatly done. V. LEVY BROTH Kit. Dry Goods Used ta 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 Gash We Are After. And We Will Astonish You, We will make your dollar buy more good0 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 ATSLAUGHTER1NG PRICES! People out of town can save 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. Ueno, Nevada. .NFW SPA PERI SFWSPAPFRI
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