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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - August 7, 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, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7. 1890. NO. 110. MISCELLANEOUS. WORK OF CON Still Hammering at the Tariff Bill. POWDER Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar bitting powder. Highest of all in faveninx strength. U. S. Oovertimntt Aug. Wt 1889. ANNOUNCEMENTS. lKtates inserted under this head foi fs. payable in advance. For Commissioner. RW PARRY HKREBY ANNOUNCES himself for the office of long term Conimissiaiur to the decision of the Republican County Convention. County Commissioner. DAN IIKKEBY ANNOUNCES hiiiixtlf f r the oflue of County hioni-r uiig subject to the decision of the Republic in County Convention. County Commissioner. -I-I7 p. M'LAI'GHLINT HKRFBY AN- f V himsell as a candidate for Countv subject to the decision of the 'Demociatic County Convention.______ County Olerk. HIC.GINS HEREBY ANNOUNCES himself as a candidate for Comity Clerk, subject to the decision of the Repiibli- can County Convention. .________________ Foi County Clerk. IHKRKBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS A can ulate for the office of Clerk of Washof County, subject to the decision ot the Republican County con-ention. 2auK ORLANDO EVANS -FOR- M. I. S. T., AKTISTS MATERIALS Fresh Garden Seeds, s> Diamond Spectacles, -GO TC J. HODC1KINSOFS DRUG STORE, VIRGINIA STRKKT, RKNO BLAME'S RECIPROCITY SCHEME, Supported by Postmaster General Wanamaker. Kansas Corn Orop but 33 Cent of an Average. per Unclaimed Freight Sale. TO ALI, WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: OIVKN THAT THE following property marked or consigned us now on liami nt the Railway Station of the Southern 1'acific Co. nt Reno, Nev., having remained unclaimed the time required by law, will be sold at public auc- tion on the 13th dny of August, 1890, at said railway station, nt 10 o'clock n. m., account of freight and storage charges, unless soonei i crate cloth rollers, A. J. Oliver; t cnseE paint, J. II. Kinmnnson; i box crocKery, John A. Slroh; i carboy acid, S. Muller Sc Co.; i bundle sacks, G. W. Mapes; i barrel whisky, C. Becker; i boxes personal effects, George Ilallcr; i chair, i cu-hlon. i faro table, Geo Bell; i sewing machine, John M. Cootner; 6 box< den ized Iron H. i bar steel, i bar iron, C C D.; i bundle blankets, i bundle wall pa per; M. C ('.litre; i school desk, C. i sack bedding, Jas Andrews; 2 b.jndlts sacks, Edmond Stone; i boxed trunk, J. G. Poland. Also the following over freight. I siiielc tree, I windlnhsor derrick, cog and pinion and a handles and i soda drum, 1 window weight, ia piccis iron C. V SMURR. 'General Freight Agent, Southern Pacific Company.____________________ngiuo II; i sewing machine, jolin M. tootner; o xeH personal effects, including surgical or ntal liifctiuments, J. McGarvey; i galvau- id Iron tub, H. C. Dorcli; 2 coils barbed wire, MRS, GRAHAM'S Cncomlier and Elder Flower Cream, YOU EVER used Mrs GrahAm'a Cucumber anil Elder flower CroamV If not. st-ml to Mies G bbs, Milliner, at Kcno, or to your druggist and got a botilo to try 7" ne8l5 and H ia a complete protection against the ef- fects of MID nn t wind. When ynu out o tho country or slde ri-Hort you find it an invaluable pro pctlnn to the complexion. It IB not Kii'asv or clammy or sticky And It ilies'ln i-olt nnd smooth and pri-vcnts the lurnmtlon of wrinkle It is not a cnomo'le. It is n ituiv'B owu treatment ior the pro- tection or tlmak n One dollnr per bottle. For sale by nil leaulnx druggists. H. I. BKRRY C. NOVACOVICH. BERRY MOVACOY1CH, -----Wholesale and Retail Dealers iu----- Groceries, Provisions, FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, Fish: aid: Oysters Iu season. KRUI1S Of ALL KINDS, Wines, Liquors. Cisars. Tobacco, Crockery. We earn.- a fine assortment of FANCY Commercial Row, Reno, Nevada. GoncreHHloiial By Associated Press.) WASHINGTON, Aug. Senate resumed the consideration of the tariff bill. The pending question was on Vance's amendment to reduce the duty on pig iron from three-tenths of a cent per pound to per ton. The amend- ment was 17, nays 27. No deviations from party lines on the vote. The next paragraph, 129, taxes bar iron, round iron, flat and square iron from eight-tenths of a cent to one cent per pound, according to classification. McPherson stated that duty in the paragraph was nine-tenths of a cent per ponnd, that the duty on u ton of such iron in equal quantities would be 10 per ton. The iron re- ferred to was of the lowest quality, not charcoal iron, and the duty pro- posed was altogether too high. He moved to amend by striking out the rate per pound and inserting a uniform rate of 60 per cent ad valorum. He said that the duty profosed in the bill was equal to 65 to 80 per cent. questioned McPherson on the facts and figures, and afther further debate McPherson's amendment was 19, nays 28; another strict party vote. The next paragraph, 130, taxes round iron in coils or rods of a certain shape and sizes one and one-tenth cents per pound, with a provision that all rharcoal iron shall be subjected to a duty of not less than per ton. This provision does not apply to pig iron. McPherson moved to reduce the rates in the paragraph. Rejected. Vance moved to-reduce the r.ite in paragraph 131 on beams, girders and other structural shapes of iion or steel from nine-tenths to six-tenths of one cent per pound. Gray at-ked why the duty on the structural forms of steel and iron used 'or ships and buildings should not be reduced. The duty should be en- tirely he said, "on such structural forms as were to be used in vessels intended for foreign tiade. That could not injure any domestic business, because no vessels for foreign commerce are being constructed in the United States." Aldrich remarked that provision for that purpose was made in another pai- agraph. Paddock appealed to Aldrich in the interest of agriculture to agree to a re- duction of not lees than 1.10 cents per pound on structural iron. Aldrich hearkened to the appeal, and, on his motion, the rate was re- duced to 8.10 cents per ponnd, Vance's amendment to make it 6.10 having been rejected. The next paragraph (132) applied to boiler iron or steel, and imposed a duty varying according to classification from 1 cent per pound to 3.1 emits per ponnd, the duty on the highest class to be 45 per cent, ad valorem. i Vest moved to reduce the various specific rates iu tbe paragraph to 50 per cent, ad valorem. 20, nays 26. The Committee on Privileges and Elections- voted by n strict party vote division to report the National Election bill to tho Senate. An agreement has been reached by the conferees on the Sundry Civil Ap- propriation bill upon every item except the appropriation of for con- tinuing the irrigation survey under the direct ion of the geological survey, which the Senate struck out of the bill. An- other conference will be necessary. HOUSE. A resolution was adopjed calling on the Postmaster General for copies of agreements for the transportation of mails between the United States and foreign countries, the conditions upon which the awards were made and the rates of payment. The House went into Committe of the Whole on the general deficiency bill. Blaine'a Victory. By Associated Press.) CHICAGO, Aug. special to the Tribune from Cape May Bays: The seaside conference is at an .end, and the President and Secretary Blaine leave for their home. As a result of the conference the President will send a message to tbe Senate, or if not, a State paper a verbal message, recom- mending the Senate to adopt the Aldrich amendment to the McKinley bill, which vests discretionary power in the President to suspend tbe opera- tions of customs duties whenever he shall deem it wise to do eo, or when other countries ehall reciprocate. It can be stated authoritatively that the work of the conference resulted in a victory for filaine. The President fought against the scheme of his Sec- retary on many grounds, and last of all declared that reuiprocitX_JVOU.Ul re- sult In an injury to commerce. Blaine then called in Wanamaker to give his views as a merchant. The latter declared reciprocity would tend to develop trade, and would widen the field for American merchants and en- able them to place their goods in for- eign countries where they are not used at present. This was a surprise to the President. Next Major Robert Adams, ex-Min- ister to Brazil, was called. He had been sout to Brazil by Blaine to learn of the advantages that would accrue to this country from reciprocity. Major Adams, in a clear, forcible manner, gave his views of the matter, which tended to strengthen Elaine's case. Then as a final argument, and with the hope of flooring his Secretary, the President introduced General Burd Grubb of New Jersey, an iron manu- facturer, to demonstrate how the busi- ness of tho country would be injured by reciprocity. Instead of proving a witness for the President, General Grubb favored the scheme of Blaine. With all this array of evidence against him, the President is said to have de- cided a change must be made in the McKinley bill. It is said to have been agreed that Blaine will not interfere with the passage of the Force bill. DEMOCRATIC VICTORY Result of the Okla- homa Election. AN IMPORTANT MINING DECISION. End of a Newspapfer Syndi- cate at Denver, Colo. Dnnnlmoun. Bj Associated Press.] MONTGOMERY Aug. The returns from the election show a Dem- ocratic majority unusually large, but the exact figures cannot bo ascertained before Saturday. There is no Repub- lican or Independent in the Senate; in the House there are three Itepublicans and one Independent. Kallroad Bridge. By Associated Press.) OAKLAND, Aug. hun- dred ties have arrived for the Califor- nia Nevada Railroad, and will be FURNISHING GOODS, HATS BOOTS ANP SHOES. The Democrats Make Nearly Clean Sweep in Alabama, My Summer Stock Is Now Complete, -Consisting of- The Latest and Best Styles Nliort Corn Crop. By Associated Press.l TOPKKA, Aug. following is tho crop report of the Kansas btate Board of Agriculture. Reports re- ceived from about 600 correspondents, representing in the Ktate. indicate that the growing crops in every portion have been seriously in- jured. A severe drought, the intense heat and the occasional hot winds prevailing have been the cause of the falling off in the corn pros-pects. Its condition, which one month ago was reported at 90 per cent., is now but 33 per cent, of an average crop. It is safe to say the crop this year will not ex- ceed 75.000.0UO bushels. I'aimma Canal Statement. By Cable and Associated Press.] PARIS, Aug. report of the liquidations of the Panama Canal Company have been presented to the Tribunal of Expenditures. Thus far tho amount is francs. The assets on March 3d were rraucs. Burned. By Associated Press.l MONTREAL, Aug. has just reached here that Moffatt College, on the Isle of Perrot, ten miles from this city, has been burned to the ground. Over 300 students were iu attendance, and they are now quartered in the out- buildings and farm houses. Bar silver, LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BREVITIES. In a playful scuffle at the Grand Central Hotel last evening Ben Pierce suffered the fracture of an arm. H. A. Ware, Cashier of the First Nrtional Bank of Duluth, Miun., is to-day visiting his cousin, Mrs. M. D. IToley. Last night, as Officer Nash was making his regular rounds, he encoun- tered a man but partially dressed, who he interrogated as to why he was on the street in 'that condition, and re- ceived for a reply a sharp blow on the nose. The officer placed the belliger- ent in t'ie cooler to await the judgment of his Honor Justice Young. A IVrwHpaper Change. By Associated Press.] DENVER Aug. some time there has been various rumors in circulation regarding a Republican syndicate of this city, composed of Senator Wolcott, his brother, Henry Wolcott; Governor Cooper, W. H. Griffith and eon and J. S. Clarkson of Iowa. The syndicate paid on tho operation, which expired at mid- night last night, and as the remaining was not forthcoming, Col. John Arkins, President of the News Company, called the deal off this morning and published the following editorial: Thomas M. Patterson has pur- chased the whole of James Bur- nett's stock in the Rocky Mountain News Printing which was fully one-half, ani also enough of the sto< k owned by John Arkins to give him a majority of tho stock and the control of this paper. Mr. Patterson has determined to retire from the prac- tice of the law after closing up all of his present business in the courts by trial or otherwise, and then to assume editorial management of the Jffews Altho'igh because of his pressing en- gagements, he cannot now give his personal attention to the paper, he will hold himeelf responsible for its edito- rial utterances henceforth. Mr. Ar- kina will continue, as heretofore, the President and Manager of the corn- par v. Mr. Patterson is well known as (he loading Democratic 'politician and criminal lawyer of Colorada. He was a candidate for Governor two years ago and defeated Job A. Cooper. He was a Territorial delegate to Congress in the session of 1875 and won a na- tional reputation for himself in his speech seconding the nomination of Mr. Cleveland at the St. Louis Con- vention." Important Mining Decision. By Associated Press.] SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. the U. S. Circuit Court to-day a verdict for the defendant was rendered in the case of George H. Francceur against Oacar Newhatner. This was an action in ejectment involving title -to the Eagle Bird mine in The mine is valued at and the improvements at Francteur claimed title under a deed from the Central Pacific Railroad Company issued in 1889, and the de- fendant under a United States mining patent issued in 1887. The plaintiff claimed that the railroad grant of 1802 gave to the company a clear title to all odd sections of land, unless they were known as mineral lands before July 1, 18C2. The Court decided that the land need not have been known to have been mineral land previous to that date. This case affects over 700 other mines in the Sacramento land district, including some of _tho most valuable lands lying within the rail- road grant. shipped to-day to the end of the road preparatory to the construction nf a bridge awoss Bear Creek. I Valuable Hotel Burned. By Associated Prcss.l v JACKSONVILLE, Fla. Aug., Murry Hall, the elegant summer hotel at Pablo Branch, was burnad' this morning. Fifty guests were in the house but all escaped. Loss Mrx. Hnnioro'n funeral. By Associated Press.l SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. fun- eral of Mrs. Annie Stewart Romero, daughter of Senator Stewart, and who died last Friday, will take place from Trinity Church to-morrow. -Wta c I'rlHon lllot. By Associated Press.) BOSTON, Aug. serious riot reported at the State prison u; Charleston, and a number of police icserves have gone from this ritv lo quell it. Will I'ttnvu at Midnight, Cable and Associated Press.] LJNDON, Aug. William has decided not to leave the Isle of Wight at tho time originally fixed for his departure. He will remain until midnight on Friday. An C'.nHt India Knvolt. By Cable mid Associated Press CALCUTTA, Aug. revolt hits broken out among the Alehagarnu in C'andubar, and troops have been flis- patc.ied to quell the disturbance. Another strike. By Cable and Associated Press.] LONDON, Aug. hundred dock laborers at Gloucester have gone on a strike.__________ _ NEWS NOTES. OP------- Men's and Boys' Clothing, Underwear, Socks, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, All Shades and Patterns, Collars, Cufis, Windsor Ties and Dude Bows. STRAW HATS All grades and colon A LARGB ASSORTMENT OP Man's, STRAW HATS All grades and colon. A A full line of J. B. Stetson Co. FINE HATS In all grades. of SILK HATS of the Best Grade. A Large Assortment of Men'p and Boys' Suspenders. SDPERLAND'S 82 SO SHOE. MY STOCK OF of Cana- Sovonty per cont. of the voters In KansHS tire farmers. Thorn are 100.000 parsons diim birth in The population of If land decreases by over sixty UioimiM year. To salntn will) th) left hand is a dpa-lly Insult to Mohammedans in tbe ElHt. Germany's iieco'sionsin East Africa oovnr twice iho tenitoiy of ihe whole Emnireai home. sixty thousand people die in the Britmn 'islands every year from consumption alone. TUB first, tho F fteentb Congress which spss'.on closed October was the longest ever held. Tbero HI-H now doctors in the United onH to every inirty-thres of the masculine variety. union of the five Central Amer- ican counlries would Iho consoli- dated nation a population of about three niUioa. A. writer in the Critic estimates that there are not more than fifty authors In the world who earn Incomes of or more by writing books. There was never a time in tbe world's history when so many men were undur arms and for war as this year of our Lord 1890. A severn pawned in the vie nity Sioux Falls, 8. D., Sunday. It lusted about, live minutes and causud about damages. Lawn tennis is the only out-door wmiisement i'i which the general pub- lic is inierpsioil which ban never beeu tainted with The deoppst running stream that is known is the Niagara river, just under the suspension bridgn, where it is 700 Cuot deep HC'unl 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'SHppers 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. F. LEVY BROTHER. WANTED, ON OR BEFORE SEPT. 1, 1890. In order to raifo this amout we will continue to sacrifice our elegant stocd of DRY AND FANCY GOODS Only! Itacea. By Associated Press.] SARATOGA, Aug. The first race, furlongs, Worth won, Stryke sec- six ond, and Princess Liuip third. Time, Cardboard KINDS FOR enable the OAXBTTB Office. AP AiL KINOS'FOR SAfcBATREAS- The Cholera H aging- Dy Cable and Associated Press.l CAIRO, Aug. cholera is rag- ing at Jeddah. The deaths average a hundred daily. MADRID, Aug. 7. A death from cholera has occurred in this city. fromoted. Nate Roff has been promoted to Weight Clerk in the Coiner's Depart- ment of the Mint at Carson. His Reno Iriends wijl be glad to hear this, for Nato has worked hard for a year past. Mtecrlnc the People. Black Wallace stopped over in Reno to-day to tell the people _what they want" in the way of politics this fall. It is convenient to havo help of this kind. A Pair of wheep The Vlsalia, Cal., 'femes says: Mr. Zimmerman, a Urge sheep owner, reports kill nff two very large Cali- fornia lions a few 'lays ago at his cxmp In the Kaweah The Homi martpa raid on n band of bis abeep and kill-d ten nf tht-m bcfnrn be killed lions. Tbe female lion measnred 7 9 inchna Irom tip of nose to end of tall: tbe male was much larger. Second race, one mile, Reclare won, Banoocns second, Lady Pulsifer thiid. Time, 1 :43. Third race, Merchant stakes, mile and five furlongs, Los Angeles won, Rhone second, Lavina Belle third. Time, 2 :50. Fourth race, mile and a furlong, Wilfred won, Hamlet second, Clio third. 'Time, 1 :57M- Fifth race, one mile, Carrie G. won, Marie K. second, Whitenose third. Time, 1 :43l4- _ HeinaluM. By Associated Press.] A'UBUBN Aug. 7.-Warden WE HIVE A SURPRISE m 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 can have your choice of the following: BETTER THAN GOLD. RESTORED HER HEALTH. Foi SS years I goffered from bolls, erysipelas ind other blood affections, taking during that time great quantities ot different medicines with- out giving me any perceptible relief. Fricnde Induced me to try S. u. S. It Improved me from the start, and after taking several bottles, re- jtorcd my health as far as I could hope for at By age, which, is now seventy-five years. Has. 8. H. LUCAS, Bowling Green, Ky. rteatlae m Blood and Skin DIseaBearnalledfree. SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. fi t 10 i 1 A O t 12 Give you one of those stylish Give you one silver-plated Sugar Shtll or one Novelty Hair Pin. Give you onc silver-plated Butter .Knife, or a pair of very pre.ty Bracelets. Give you the choice of a fine rolled cold plate Lace Pin. a pair of gold front Cuff Pins, a novelty interlocking Glove Buttoner of fine gold plate or a handsome Bangle. Give you one elegant Lnce Pin or a pair of choice Ear Rings. nc nvrri'If WTS Give you the choice of a set Tea Sooons, a beautiful 2 5 J. 1 O Lace Pin, a lovely pair of stylish Bracelets handsome Necklace Give you the choice of a set of Rogers' 'Knives, a superb pair of fine rolled gold plate Bracelets, a very choice pair of Bar Ringe or a set of Rogtrs1 Porks. Give you the choice of a most elaborate pair of fine rolled gold plate Bracelets, a very stylish fine rolled gold plate Neck) ace or a set of Rogers' Table Spoons. Durston stated this afternoon that the remains of Kemmler still lie in the room in the prison where the autopsy held that he had not decided was where the remains will be buried. A Democratic Territory. By Associated Press. I OKLAHOMA CITY (Ind. Aug. 7. first election ever held in this Territory went off quietly yesterday. The Territory has gone Democratic by a small majority. PACIFIC BREWERY, Reno Soda Works and Granite Saloon. J. Gr. to George Becker. Beer by the Glass, Quart, Bottle or Keg at shortest notice. Lager Beer of the beat quality on hand Orders from the country receive prompt attention. Commercial How. Reno. Mevartn. Jylittf This is no Lottery. No Humbug. 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