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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - August 4, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                JOB WORK The Neatest, The Best, At the Gazette Office. ENVELOPES Printed than the VOL. XXIX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, MONDAY, AUGUST 4, 1890. N< MISCELLANEOUS. mm OF CONGRESS. Vest's Amendment to the Tariff Bill. PAMM.1 i'AML-A RESUMPTION, POWDER Absolutely Pure. A powder, Highest of io tteaveninK strength, U. Concrnmetit Iteport. Ann. 1880. The German Emperor's Visit to Queen Victoria. He Is Most Cordially Received at Osborne House. -FOR- M. I. S. T., ARTISTS MATERIALS Fresh Garden Seeds, Diamond Spectacles, TO-------- fc. J. HODGKINSON'S STORE, VIRGINIA STRKKT. RKNO RMO MILL AM LUMBER CO C. Gulling, President; W. 9. Bender, Vice President; Wm Henry, Secretary Hirst Nat. Bank, Treasurer. 0 MK-CORNER THIRD AND RAL ston .streets, Reno. Nevada. The company incorporated March 12. and is prepared to fill all orders (or building material. Latest style of Hnstlnke doors and finish We also do turning and scroll sawing, unu maniilacture doors, windows, blinds, etc We also manufacture a kinds of common and clenr lumber. Give us a call. apjitf C. NOVACOVICH. H. 1. BKRRY. BERRY MTOlCli nud Rctnil Dealers in Groceries, Provisions, FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, Vegetables, Fish aifl Oysters In season. I'RUITS Ol' Al.r, KINDS, Wines, Liquors, Cignrs, Tobacco, Crockery. We cnrrv n fine assortment o( FANCY GROCERIES. Commercial Row. Ronn, Nevada. Town Property! T HAVK VKRY CIIOICK RESIDENCE L property for sale Situated nne-half mile from the Kailroac depot and mile from the State University. Lots 80 Feet-Front and 240 Feet Deep, WATER .WITH THE PROPERTY. Fine Soil, large shade trees. II you wish to make a home, come and see me. rachijU B. F. LEETE FOR SALE Three of the Finest Farms in Inyo County. Near the Town of Bishop. EACH CONTAINS ACRES, ALL IN the highest state of cultivation. One i- all in alfalfa. Also 600 head of en ttle. Reason for selling, old age and infirmities. Kor particular! inquire of J. N Evani, Reno, Nev or address Bish< 1 us o County, Cat. ..top The newsiest, the cheapest and the best---The Ga- z-ttf and Stockman. By Associated Press. WASHINGTON, Aug. offered a resolution calling on the Secretary of War for information on the subject of the accident last Friday to the lock Sault St. Marie canal. He ttpoke of it as a most serious calamity to the com- merce of the nation, costing, as he had been informed by telegraph, Ho also mentioned, incidentally, the failure of the House to act on a bill passed by the Senate some months ago, providing for a second and larger lock. CullonQ hoped the House would be induced to take up that measure and pass it. If not, it would be well enough for the Senate to take up the river and harbor bill at an earlier day than had been agreed upon, so as to have an appropriation secured for that very important work. Cockrell inquired whether the busi- ness branch of Congress had paid any attention to the bill referred to. Cullom said it had not. Cockrell thought it very remarkable that a body, organized with one man, for the purpose of tumsacting business, uill not do it. Payne paid he did not know how delicate one had to be in talking about tho otber house, but he was informed that the bill had been approved by the River and Committee of the HOURC, but that for several months that committee had not been able :o get u hearing for it before the House. Theie was where the matter stood. Whether it would be an act of humili- ation for the Senate to ask the other House respectfully to act on that bill ho wold not undertake to judge, but something ought to bo done. Edmunds did not think it a proper thing to spend time discussing the conduct of the othAV branch of Con- gress. All that the Senate had to do with it just now was to consider the accident to tho canal lock, and he thought that, aH the appropriations made in the river and harbor bill of years ago wore still in force, the Engi- neer Department had money enough at its disposal to remedy any defect. If so there is no benefit in the Senate making a very extraordinary display of itself on the subject. Payne said the damage is being re- paired as fast as 500 mon could do it, and it would be completed to-morrow or next day. The main object of the appeal to Congress was that provision should be made for an additional lock. After further discussion the resolution was agreed to. The resolution offered on Saturday by Plum for the reinterment of the re- mains of Grant in the Arlington Na- tional Ceinete'y was, at tho suggestion of Plum, allowed to remain on the t ible, to be called up at some other time. The tariff bill was then taken up, the pending question being Vest's amendment to reduce the duty on decorated china to 50 per cent, ad va- lorem and on plain white china to 40 per cent., instead of GO and 55 per cent, in tho House bill, and 55 and 50 per cent, as proposed by the Finance Committee. POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. NEWCYORK'B QREAT CHEMIST. Tlui into certify that I have Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder. I find it composed of pure materials, compounded on correct scientific principles. The ingredients are accurately and scientifically proport'oned. Hence, bread or biscuits prepared with it are better suited for digestion. B, R OGDKN DOREMUS, M. D LL. D. Chemistry and Toxicology in the New York Bellevue Hospital Medical College, Prof Chemistry Mid Physics in the College of the city of New York. The amendment was discussed pro and con at length. Finally Vest modified his amend- ment by changing the rate on plain white china to 45 instead of 40 per cent, which was i 19, nays 25. HOUSE. The House went into Committee of the Whole on the General Deficiency Appropriation bill. Cordially Kereived. By Cable and Associated Press.] LONDON, Aug. German Im- perial yacht, with Emperor William and brother, Prince Henry, on board arrived at Oeborne at 10 o'clock tbis morning. The Queen signalled Wel- come" to his Majesty from the Cs- borne House, her palace on the Isle of Wight, as the yacht entered Cowes Roa-ls. The Prince of Wales and Duke of Connaugbt, on board the royal yacht, went out to meet the Emperor. A number of others of the royal family awaited his arrival on a private landing stage. One German iron-clad accom panied the Emperor, and he was also escorted into the harbor by five British torpedo boats. As the Emperor landed a salute was fired. Entering a carriage, his Majesty drove to the Osborne House, where the Queen, Princess of Wales and Duchess of Edinburg received him at the entrance. As he entered, the bands played the German and English national anthems. The Emperor wore a British Admiral's uniform. Attended Prom All Parts of the World. THE DEAT1I OF MRS. ROMERO A. WelKhbnrly Act. By Cable and Associated Press. 1 LONDON, Aug. the request of the German Government England has ordered one of her men-of-war now at Buenos Ayres to protect the interests of Germans residing there. FURNISHING GOODS, HATS BOOTS AND SSO MISCELLANEOUS. The Kacen. By Associated Press SARATOGA, Aug., 4. In the first race, Rosaline won, Variella second, Lady Unda third, time 1 In the second race, Laugher won, National second, Silver Prince third, time 1 In the third race, mile and a furlong, Anstralitz won, Puzzle second, Irene thinl, time 1 Forrth race, one mile, Isaaic Lewis won, Sannterer second, Eugene third, time In the fifth race, a mile and seventy yards, Eminence won, Bonaletta second, Stryke third, time The sixth race, six furlongb, Nannie P. won, Bohemian second, Diamond third. Time, 1 :17. The seventy race, six furlongs, Mod- jcska won, Happiness second, Pall Mall third. Time, 1 Panama Canal natters. By Associated Press.] PANAMA, July The only intelli- gence concerning canal matters re- ceived is to the effect that negotiations with the .Colombian Government are going on smoothly. Lieutenant Wise's engineers are pushing on their prepar- ations for an early resumption of the work. Their careful examination of the plans has resulted very satisfac- torily, everything being in as good if not bettor preservation and order than could have been reasonably expected The Kemmler Execution, m By Associated Press BUFFALO (N. August Buf- falo parties invited to the Kemmler electrocution Auburn have been no- tified to be at the prison by 7 r. 34. to- morrow. AUBURN (N. Aug. 4. Warden Durston stated at 4 p. M. chat Kemm- would not be executed within the next 24 hours. shipment. By Associated Press.] NEW YOBK, Aug. bars to the amount of were ordered this morning for si ipment to Europe. Bar silver. Kor Vlerlt. H. W. Higgins is out for County Clerk. He is willing, and, indeed, anxious for the people to scrutinize his past life as closely as they see fit, and does not believe in keeping dark. Mr. Higgina is in every way qualified for tl e position he seeks, and has lived with us for a great number of years. His private character is without a blemish, and if chosen to the office he seeks, will leave it with an untarnished name. Families not already supplied should lone no time in procuring a bottle of Ctmmberlaln's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It la the onlv remedy that, can always be depended upon for bowi-1 coirplaint In all its forms. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by Shoemaker Co. The thermometer was into the nine- ties again this afternoon. ANNOUNCEMENTS. tes can's inserted under this head foi payable n advance. County Commissioner. WP. M'LAUGHLIN HERPBY AN- nounces himself a candidate for County Commissioner, subject to the decision of the Demociatic County Convention. County Clerk. HW. HIGGINS HEREBY ANNOUNCES himself as a candidate for Couutv Clerk, subject to the decision of the Reonbll- can County Convention.________ Foi County Clerk. THEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELK AS A can idate for the office of Clerk of Washoe County, subject to the decision ot Republican County Convention, aaujr ORIANDO EVANS. Meeting of the United Broth- erhood of Carpenters. Two Hundred and Fifty Dele- gates in Attendance. Fourth Alert leal By Cable and Associated BERLIN, Aug Tenth Inter- national Medical Congress opened in this city to-day. Herr Von Zoetticher, Chief of the Imperial Home Office and representative of Chancellor Herr Von Maltzahn, Imperial Treasurer; Von Gossler, Prussian Minister of EccleHi- astical Affairs, Instruction and Medi- cal Affairs; and Herr Herrfurth, Prus- sian Minister of the Interior, repre- sented the German Government at the opening ceremony. Prof. Virchow, President of the Con- gress, made the opening address. He expressed the Emperor's sympathy with the objects of the congress and said Germany would devote herself to science and humane efforts. Two thousand five hundred German and doctors, includingSOOphy- sicians from America, were present. Von Zoetticher made an address wel- coming the delegates on behalf of the German States, and Dr. Von Gossler welcomed them on behalf of the Edu- cational Department. The address welcoming the delegates to Berlin was made by the Burgomaster of the city. Dr. Hamilton, Surgeon-General of United States-Marine Hospital Ser- vice, who was secretary of the con- gress held last year at Washington, ind others made speeches in response to the addresses of welcome. Drain of MM. Romero. Special to the GAZETTE.! SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. an- nooncement of the sudden death of Mrs. Romero, daughter of Senator and Mrs. Stewart, was it shock to the many riendsof the family in this city. When Mrs. Romero passed through here sometime ago with her husband on their way to the Orient, where her lusband was to represent his Govern- nent, she was in rather frail health.' Arriving at her destination she found be climate of China did not agree with her. She wrote to the friends of ier husband at Madrid, and through he influence of his family secured her lusbaad's transfer to the Legation at St. Petersburg. She and her husband intended to give Senator and Mrs. Stewart a sur- irise and did not announce the fact ;hat they would soon leave China for the United States. She wrote to her aunt, Mrs. Aldrich of this city, that she would stop a week here before going to Reno. During the voyage from China she look a severe cold and was confined to ier stateroom. On Friday morning after her arrival here she fell into her lusband's arms say ing, I am and before a physician could be called she expired. Her death is attributed o heart failure, brought about by in- cipient pneumonia. Ordered to Vile Uls BUI. By Associated Press.] CHICAGO, Aup. Horton made an order on Corrigan's attorney this morning to file his bill charging Mayor Cregier vtith collusion with downtown pool-room keepers against orrigan's sellers at the racetrack by Wednesday, or show cause why he should not be committed for trifling with the Court. The bill was brought Defore the Master in Chancery several days ago, but was never filed in Court, so "the Mayor bad no basis to make a defen _______ A Mtato By Associated Press.l LOUISVILLE, Aug. 4. A general lection is progressing throughout Kentucky to-day. The only office to filled is the clerkship of the Court of Appeals. The candidates are W. W. Longmoor (Dem.) and Judge J. H. Tins'ley A Judge for the Court of Appeals is be elected from the Third District, and the delegates to the first Constitu- Convention since 1849 will be ihosen.________t t________ The Brotherhood ot By Associated Press.] CHICAGO, Aug. 4. The United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America are here in biennial con- vention this morning. Nearly 260 del- egates were present. After the ad- dresses of welcorre by Mayor Cregier and others, the Committee on Creden- tials was appointed, and a recess was then taken. Wffl be to any competent chemist whowtU Bud, on analysis, a particle of Heronry, Petash, or other poisons in Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) AN EATWO SORE Henderson, Tex., Aug. S3, "For eigh- teen months I had an eating Borr on my tongue. beat local physicians, but obtained no relief, the gradually growing worse. I concluded finally to try 8.8.8.. and was entirely cured after nelng a few bottles. You have my cheerful permission to publish the above statement for the benefit of these similarly afflicted." C. B. MoLKUonE, Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta. Qi S.'S'.S SHEEP DIP! SHEEP DIP! S1IEEP WP CaliforniaNon-Poisonous Leads! Others Follow Awarded HlghPitt I'rentiuill nt the JlechaniCH Fair, It is a sure cure for SCAB when used as directed. Price, oo per Gallon. moroant to CODHIIIHITH. My Summer Stock Is Now Complete, Consisting of -f The Latest and Best Styles Men's and Boys' Clothing, Underwear, Socks, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, All Shades and Patterns, Cufis, Windsor Ties and Dude Bows. STRAW All grades and colors HATS A1, gr8tleB and Tor circulars and see onr testl- mouinls. For sale by J..S. SHOEMAKER CO., aw Druggists, Ucuo, Kcvadb. THB BEVERIDGE A full line of J. B. Stetson Co. FINE HATS In all grades. A Fine HATS of the Best Grade. A Large Assortment of Men'? and Boys' Suspenders. SUNDERLAND'S 82 5O SHOE. MY STOCK OP BOOTS AND SHOES Is as complete as ever, consisting'of Gent's Fine Hand-Sewed Boots and Shoes in all Grades, STEAM Ladies' Misses, and Children's Boots, Shoes and'Slippers in all grades and colors. COOKER, Patented February 12, 1890. The latest improved und best steam cooker n the market. Food cooked in this stcniu cooker relnins the entire flavorand nutritive qualities, and is healthy and more digestible. The whole meal can be cooked at once aud in less time than the old way. You can cook from one to four different ar- ticles at the same time in compartments, one above the other. It positively does not mingle the flavors. Leave orders at E. C I.cadbet- ter'b, Commercial Row. Agents wanted in every town Address J. K. BATCHBI.DMR, Virginia City, Nev. Unclaimed Freight Sale. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: NOTICE IS HhREBY GIVEN THAT THE following property marked or consigned as follows now on hand at the Railway Station of the Southern Pacific Co. at Reno, Nev., having remained unclaimed the time required by law, will be sold at public auc- tion or. the !2th day of August, 1890, at said railway station, at io o'clock n. m account of freight and storage charges, unless Foonet removed: i crate cloth rollers, A. I. Oliver; i case E paint, J. H. John A. Stroh; i carboy acid, S. i bundle sacks, G. W. Mapes; I barrel whisky, G. Becker, 2 boxes personal effects, George Haller, i chair, i cushion, i faro table, Geo. Bell; i sewing machine, John M. Coomer; 6 boxes personal effects, including surgical or dental instruments, J. McGarvey; i galvan- ised iron tub, H. C. Dorch; 2 coils barbed wire, 8. H i bar steel, I bar iron, C. C D., i bundle blankets, Kd Kunz; i bundle wall pa- per, M. C Guire; I school deMc, C. WGroverl i sack beddinif, Jas. Andrews; 2 bundles sacks, Edmond Stone; i boxed trunk, J. G. Poland. Also the following over freight- i sinele tree, i windlass or derrick, cog and pinion and 2 handles and copper soda drum, i window weight, 12 piecis iron C. H SMURR. General Freight Agent, Southern Pacific Company.____________________agitio MRS, GRAHAM'S CneniitterauftUcr Flower cim HIVE YOU EVEK ns-d Mrs Graham's Cucumber and Elder Flower Cream? If not. st-nrt to Miss Gbbs, Milliner, at Reno, or to your drngrttst and got a bottle to try It is bnperb for clranMng trie bkln it Is a er ectcmol- keeping the skin free from harsh- ness and rtryness. It Is a comp'ete protection against the ef- fects of mn an'I wind. when yon go ont o the country or sea- side resort yon will And It an Invaluable pro ectlnn to the complexion. It Is not greasy or clammy or sticky And It keeps ihasUn eolt smooth and prevents the formation of It Is not a cnsmoMc. His mtnro'sown treatmentler the pro- tection of 8k.n. One dollar pur bottle. For sale by all leaUnK druggists. QDIMGI AND RENO STAGE LIME. AND AFTER JULY 2ist stages will be run daily (Sunday except- i to Chat. Summit, Beck with, Mohawk. Johntown, Eureka Mines, Cromberg, Quincy, Cresent Mi'U and Greenville, carrying Welft, Fargo Co.'s express Irom Reno. Will leave Reno at 8 o'clock; a. m. T. K. Hymers will do temporary service between Remo and Chat. Orders left at bis office in Livery Stable will be promptly attended to. E. A. HALSTKAD. All Goods sold at the Lowest Possible Price. Ladies' and Gent's Boots and Shoes made to order; Repairing neatly done. F. LEVY BROTHER. WANTED, ON OB BEFORE SEPT. 1, 1890. In order to raise this amout wo will continue to sacrifice our elegant stood of DRY AND FANCY GOODS tardte of Cost! WE HAVE A SURPRISE 191 STORE FOR YOU. For every dollar's worth of goods you buy of us dur- ing this sale we will give you a premium ticket, for which you citn have your1 choice of the following: TICKETS 8 TICKETS 10 TICKETS 12 TICKETS 20 TICKETS 25 TICKETS 35 TICKETS 50 TICKETS Give you one of those stylish Side Combo. Give you one silver-plated Sugar Shell or one Novelty Hair Pin. Give yon one silver-plated Butter. Knife, or a pair of very pre.ly Give you the choice of a fine rolled gold plate Loce Pin. a pair of gold front Cuff Finn, a novelty interlocking Glove Buttoner of Hue gold plate or a handsome Bangle. Give you one elegant Pin or a pair of choice Har Rings. Give you the choice of a bet of Rogers' Tea Sooons, a beautiful Lace Pin, a lovely pair of stylish Bracelets handsome Necklace Give you the choice of a net of Rogers' TKnives, a minerb pair of fine rolled gold plate Bracelets, a very choice pair of Ear Rings or a set of Rogers' I'orks. Give you the choice of a most elaborate pair of fine rolled gold plate Brnceletu, a very stylish fine rolled gold plate Neckluceor a net of Rogers' Table Spoons. This is no Lottery. No Humbug. Yon buy our goods cheaper than any other store in the State sell them to you, and in addition for no extra charge or expense you will receive the choice of any of the above articles according to the amount of tickets you may hold. Call and see these PREMIUM they are on exhibition in our mammoth store. Parties indebted to us must pay up at once and save costs, SPAPFRf   

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