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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - August 14, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                I-' JOB WORK The Best, the Gazette Office. ENVELOPES Pr-'nted Cheaper than the Cheapest. VOL. XXIX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1890. 1J6. MISCELLANEOUS. A Mormon Pleads for His Sect. POWDER Absolutely, Pure. A'cream of tmrttae jbaklbg powdtr. HtffUest of all in strength. V. fi. Vwfrnment' llrpovt, Any. 1889. ANNOUNCEMENTS. can's inserted under this head foi 5s, payable in advance. Short Term Commissioner. WM MICRRILL ANNOUNCES HIMSKt.K >V a candidate for abort Term Com- missioner, subject to the decision of the Re- publk.in County Convention. For Commissioner. RW. PARRY HEREBY ANNOUNCES I; nil sell for the office of long term Commissioner, subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. County Commissioner. DAN O'CONNOR HEBEBY ANNOUNCES himself f r the office ol CountyComiuis- sionrr (.OMJ; subject to the dtcibion o( the Republican County Convention. County Commissioner. IV I'. M'LAUGHLIN HEREBY AN- nounces hlmsell as .1 candidate- for County Commissioner, subject to the decision of thc'Dcmoci.itic County Convention.______ County Clerk. HW. JUGGINS HEREBY ANNOUNCES himself as a candidate lor County Clerk, subject to the decision of the Republi- can County Convention.__________________ Foi County Clerk. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE AS A cumulate for the office of Clerk of Washoe County, subject to the decision ot the Republican County Convention. ORLANDO EVANS. C. NOVACOVICH. H. T. UKRRY. BERRY MOVACOWCII, nnd Retail Dealers in----- Groceries, -'.-Provisions, FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, Fish: aid: Oysters In season. FRUITS 01' ALL KINDS, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Crockery. We carrv a flue assortment of FANCY GROCERIES. Commercial Row, Reno, Nevada. PACIFIC BREWERY, Reno MA Works aud Granite, Sulooii. AMERICA MATTERS. Grand Army Proceedings at Boston To-Day. -I Successor to George Becker. Beer by the Glass, Quart, Bottle or Keg at shortest noticp. Lager Beer of til o host quality alwayiion hand Otilers from tlie country recelvo prompt attention. Commercial How. Iteno, Wevadn. _ _ _ Jyl-.'tf ___ Town" Property. I HAVE VERY DESIRABLE TOWN property for sale, MUiatcd in the pleas autest part of town BUILDING LOTS Suitable for dwelling with n commanding view, cnn be had at tan prices. Also Choice Business Block. If you wish to speculate or be and see or address uy WM. THOMPSON. mob Key. The newsiest, the cheapest and Ga- zattp. and Stockman. A. Reported Labor Blot Near Alar The Tanderhllt R. Strike. By Associated CLEVELAND, Aug. Associ- ated Press dispatches from Albany yesterday stated tliatit was repoited that Grand Master Sargeant had ordered out the New York Central lireuien. Sargeant, who arrived here this morning from Terre intercepted by an Associated Press re- porter, and when told lie was expected in Cleveland to arbitrate the strike question on the New York Central, he said: "I have come to Cleveland to meet a committee of our nteii from Youngs- town to consider the question of busi- ness relative to a convention. My trip has nothing to do with the strike on the New Central." Grand Master P. M. Arthur of the Brotherhood ot Engineers, is also here and both are stopping at the same ho- K This seems significant., ALBANY, Aug. Man- ager Young of the Delaware Hud- son this morning said: ''Nearly all the men who wero out have reported for duty. They said, however, they could not go to work until they re- ceived orders from their committee, which is in consultation with the leaders of the Central scriko. Unless they go to work at noon their places will be filled by other employes of the company now on the way here from various points along the road. The employes of the Delaware Hudson are only oiganized between here and Troy and there are no fears of a geneial tie-up." NEW YORK, Aug. Presi- dent Webb of the New York Central said this morning that the only delay incident to the strike was at East Al- bany. Webb did not put much faith in the rumor that the firemen will be called out, and the strike on the Dele- ware Hudson he regarded as a small matter, easily The local assembly of the Knights of of Dover Plains denied to-day the truth of the report that the assem- bly had disbanded. Lee affirmed to- day that everything is progressing sat- isfactorily and that the men are as de- termined as ever. BUFFALO, Aug. 14 Knights of Labor held a session here this after- noon and state that by to-morrow noon the Central will find out that the strike is not over. The walls of the Central depot hear a lot of freshly made signs similar to those that ap- peared the night before the strike. A general meeting is called for to-night. ALIIANV, Aug. hundred of Pinkerton's men, part of them armed with Winchesters, took possession of the West Albany freight yards this morning. New hands in sufficient numbers to operate the yards went to work to move the freight. No vio- lence is anticipated. CLEVELAND, Aug. M. Arthur Chief of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, says positively his organiz- ation is not to take any part whatever in the strike and does not believe the firemen will either. Proceedings. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Aug. the Sen- ate to-day the Tariff bill was taken up, the pending question being Vest's amendment to reduce the duty on tin- plate. Mitchell addressed the Senate in defense of the high protective system as the policy to which the Republican party stands committed. HOUSE. The first business in order was a vote on sustaining the decision of the Chair in overruling the point of order made by Springer of Illinois that the Nathaniel McKay Relief bill must be considered in Committee of the Whole. The decision was yeas 114, nays 31, the Speaker count- ing a quorum. The House 'then resumed the con- sideration of the Nathaniel McKay bill. O'Neill- of Pennsylvania to-day re- poited to the House the Senate con- current resolution requesting the Pres- ident to convey to the widow of General Grant the desire of Congress that the remains of General Grant be removed to the Arlington National Cemetery. The Committee on Library, from which it was reported favorably, said that it is a simple expression of the universal wish of the people of the United States. Bar silver, MOST PERFECT MADE. STATE ASSAY OFFICE. I have analyzed DK. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING1 POWDER bought by me in open market and have found it free from Alum and Ammonia and containing no deleterios ingredients of any kind. It makes ;finc light b-ead, and I can recommend it to all wishing pure and wholesome food. LOUIS PALKENAU. formerly State Assayer, Francisco, Jan. as, Kacea. By Associated Press.] SARATOGA, Aug. 14. In the first race of five furlongs Lady Pulaifor won, Objection second and OcypeteHhird. Time, 1 :02M. In the second race for the Tennessee stakes, three-fourths of a mile, Mon- terey won, Vallers second and Bertha Campbell third. In the third race of one milo Clio wou, Allan Bane second and Mrs. Den- uett third. Time, 1 In the fourth race of a mile and a half Lavinia Belle won, Los Angeles second and Flood Tide third. Time, In the fifth race of a mile and seven yards won, Corticell second and Satisfaction third. Time, fur Ills Meet. By Associated Vress.] OTTAWA, Aug. 14. Charles O. Card, son-in-law of Brigham Young, and leader of the Mormon colony in Al- berta, N, W. T., has written to the Ottawa daily papers about the Mor- moms in the Northwest. He ignores the question of polygamy altogether, but pleads that his people are peace- able and industrious, and that no obstacles should be thrown in their wuy to develop the resources of the Canadian Northwest. A Iteportcd JLnbor JUlot. By Associated Press.l UiKMtNOUAM Aug. 14. Late last night a Deputy Sheriff of Shelby county came to town in quest of special officers, and reports a terrible state of a flairs in the neighboring counties and at the Shelby Iron Works. He says u great riot lias been KoirTg on all the week at the iron works, and that three men and one woman have been killed in the melee. The negro laborers about the camp are in a revolt. Ventral American CITY OF JIEXICO, Aug. 14. Small- pox is causing many deaths in the Guatemalan army on the Salvadorian frontier. It appearn difficult to arrange a peace between Guatemala and San Salvador, as Mizner, tbe American Minister to Guatemala, will not act in accord with the rest of the diplomatic corps. By Associated Press.l WASHINGTON, Aug. 14. The Presi- dent sent to the Senate the nomina- tions of Abrah X. JParker of New York for Assistant Attorney General, as provided by the act of July 11, 1890, and Samuel W. Allebaugh for Post- master at White Sulpher Springs, Montana. A IkevBMtattuK Flood. By Cable and Associated Press.] CALCUTTA, Aug. flood pre- vails, aud the Ganges river has over- flowed its banks, inundating the sur- rounding country to an extent never before known, and causing great loss of life. BREVITIES. Read 50-cent ad. of tbe ladies of the Congregational Church in to- day's GAZETTE. Captain J. H. Mclnnesa of the Ne- vada State Prison was in town to-day shaking hands v.'ith his oldiriendsand associates. BO KM. Glenbroolc Lake Tahoe, Au- gust lath, 1890, to the wife of Thomas Mur- phy, a son MABRIKD. Virginia City Nevaaa, August 12th, 1890, Robert V. C tello and Miss Annie Murianly. Genoa, Nevada, Aueust lath 1890 Elizabeth B. Mitchell, a native of Enel land, aged 83 years. Virginia City, Nevada. Aueust 1 tii. 1890, Joseph Kverett. son of Joseph and Celia Casey, agedj 5 months and lj days At Sacramento, Ca To Day. BOURBON WHISKY BURNING. Twenty-Five Thousand Bar- rels Consumed. A Squally-: Indian Territory Election, California Nominations. Special to the GAZETTE! SACRAMENTO, Aug. First Railroad District Convention, com- prising the northern counties, met in the Assembly Chamber this morning. F. Ellison of Tehama was elected Chairman and J. M. Manning of Men- (iocino Secretary. Elwood Bruner nominated William Beckman of Sac- ramento for Railroad Commissioner, and Tuttle of Placer nominated J. M. Fulweiler of that county. The ballot 126, Fulweiler 74. Beckman's nomination was made unanimous, and the Convention ad- journed. The Third Railroad District Conven- tion also met in the Assembly Cham- ber. F. Adams of San Luis Obispo was elected Chairman and E. J. Niles of Los Angeles Secretary. J. W. Rea, the present Railroad Commissioner from the Third District, was renomi- nated by acclamation, and the Conven- tion adjourned. The Second Railroad District, the First District Board of Equalization and the Fourth Congressional District Convention met in the Supreme Court rooms. Reuben E. Lloyd was elected Chairman and A. Ruef Secretary. The Convention adjourned to meet in San Francisco at the call of the Chairman. The Second Congressional District Convention met in the Supreme Court Chamber this morning. J. F. Kidder of Nevada county was elected Chair- man and Leviniski of San Joaquin Secretary. John Eagan of Amador nominated George G. Blanchard of El Dorado for Congress. The nomina- tions closed, and Blanchard was nom- inated by acclamation, after which the Convention adjourned. In the third Congressional District Convention, W. R. Davis of Alameda presiding, Joseph McKenna was re- nominated for Congress by acclama- tion. The Convention nominated J. J. DeHaven for Associate Justice of the Supreme Court (short E. G. Waite for Secretary of State, andE; H. Colsan of Sonoma for State Controller. A recnss was then taken until 2 P. M. The Sixth Congressional District Convention will' meet at Fresno on August 26th. The candidates are Eowell of Fresno, Hewey Lindley; of Los Angeles and Senator Bowers of San Diego. It has been decided, to hold the Fifth Congressional District Conven- tion in San Jose, but the date has not been fixed. Grand Army Proceedings. By Associated Press.) BOSTON, Aug. Grand Army Encampment was called to order at 11 A. M. Past Comniauder-in-Chief Mer- rill presented the report of the pension committee, which was adopted with a vote of thanks. General Sherman then in a feeling address preseuted a beautifiul candelabra clock aud man- tel ornaments to Comrade Warner, who eloquently responded. The presenta- tion was made in behalf of the Na- tional Encampment. A committee of the Woman's Relief Corps was then presented, aud after an exchange of courtesies, retired. The committee on changes m the rules presented a report-, recommend- ing various changes. The minority report was in favor of the adoption of a resolution providing for the substitu- tion of the old ritual for the present one. Adopted. The committee reported adversely on the proposition to change the rules BO that hereafter past department com- manders shall not bs entitled to a seat in the National Encampment. Adopted.________ A Democratic Convention. By Associated Press.) OCALA Aug. Dem- ocratic State Convention met yester- day, and W. B. Bloxham was nominated for Comptroller and er-Lieutenant-Governor M. H. Babray for Justice of the Supreme Court. gteadlly By Cable and Associated Press. 1 LONDON, Aug. Mecca to-day the deaths from cholera were forty lees than on Tuesday, and at Jeddah the roll shows a decrease of ten. A a Indian Territory Kleetion; By Associated Press.] WYNWOOO (Ind. Aug runner who arrived early this morn- ing, after traveling 50 miles from Stonewall, reports that a row was nar- rowly averted at that place and that hostilities are only prevented by the superior forces at the command of Governor Byrd, who has so over-awed the disfranchised whites that, after some display of arms, they prudently withdrew. Stonewall was the largest voting place, and was tne center of in- terest in the election. Both candidates for Governor, Sam Paul and Win. Byrd, were at the polls all day. Each had a large number at his back. Paul's'supporters were the whites, while the full- bloods and most of the half-breeds wero for Byrd. The latter also had the militia under Jihrpay. Everybody was heavily armed, and when the polls opened matters looked serious. Governor Byrd brought the militia about the polls, forming a circle about it. The first squaw man was refused the privilege of voting and retired. The whites gathered their forces, and a time it looked as if they meant battle, but Byrd with with his militia stood firm, and the whites, seeing they would be worsted in a fight, left, and Byrd and his militia ran things to suit themselves, and even prevented In- dians from voting whom they knew were for Puiil. The result was: Byrd, 100; Paul, 6, and Burris (Independent) 15. Enough is known to assure Byrd's election and the success of the so- called Indian party, but the election is bound to be contested. Burning; By Associated Press.l LOUI.-VILLE Aug. ty-five thousand barrels of burning whisky at the Kentucky distillery to- day caused one of the most disastrous fires that ever visited Louisville. A rough estimate made at noon, while the flames were still roaring furiously, placed the total loss a fully The flames caucht from a lamp to a leaking whisky barrel. The distillery property consisted of an immense distillery containing ma- chinery for manufacturing whisky, ex- tending back from the street 250 feet, and three stories high. Adjoining it were two large warehouBos, where were stored barrels of whisky. All was totally Fully insured. The Democratic Convention of South Carolina, which met yeterday, broke up in a row to-day, the delegates from Charleston, Sumpter, Beanport and other places withdrawing in a body. KEEP TO THE BIGHT. Do not be Imposed on by any of the nnmeroos Imitations, substitutes, etc., which an flooding tbo world. There if only one Swift's Specific, and there la nothing like It. Our remedy con- tains DO Mercury, Potash, Arsenic, or any pois- onous substance whaterer. It builds np tbe gen- eral health from tbe first dose, and has never failed to eradicate contagions blood poison and ttscffocta from tbe system. Bo sore to get the genuine. Send your address for our Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases, which will bo mailed free, SWIFT 8PECTFIO CO.. Atlanta. Ga. Assessment Notice. OFFICE OF RENO JILECTRIC LIGHT and i'owerCompapy, a cipal place of business, ol works lieno, is hereby given that at a meeting ol the Trustees of the Reno Electric Light and power Co., held on the i Jlh day of August, 1890, at office of the company, an assessment (No. 3) ol 'ihirty Cents per share, was levied upon each and every share of the capital stock of said com- pany, payable immediately in United States gola coin: and any stock upon which said as- sessment shall remain unpaid on Saturday, September 13th 1890, Shall be declared delinquent, and advertised for at public auction on the day 01 October. 1800. at the office of the Company, Reno, Nevada, to pay such delinquent as- sessment cost of advertising and expenses of sale. By order of the Board. W. G. CAKFRJ1Y, Secretary. Reno, Nev., Aug. 13, 1890. ARCADE SALOON. H.E. DAVIS PROPRIETORS. THIS SALOON HAS BKEN RECENTLY fitted up in the most modern style, aud is presided ovti Harry Davis, late of tbe Depot Hotel, whoJi everybody knows. The Bar Is Second to None In the State, provided-with tl" best of everything. Kfr. Davis a call and be convinced nugzrtf GOODS. HATS BOOTS AN1X SHOES. My Summer Stock Is Now Complete, Contesting o( The Latest and Best Styles OF Men's and Boys' Clothing, Underwear, Socks, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, All Shades and Patterns, Collars, Cafe. Windsor Ties and Bade Bows. QTRAW llATQ A ASSORTMENT OF CTDIUf O I nAW HA 0 Men'a, Boys 0 llflW All grades and All grades and A full line of J. B. Stetson Co. FINE HATS In all grades. HATS of the A Large Assortment of MenV and Boys' Suspenders, SDNDERLAND'S 82 SO SHOE. Bittn.Ltti.CoiinH 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 in all grades and colors. All Goods sold at the Lowest Possible Price. Town Property! THAVE VERY CHOICE RESIDENCE property for sale Situated mile from the Railroad depot and one-fourth from the State University. Lots 80 Feet Front and 240 Feet Deep. WATER 1W1TH THE PROPERTY. Pine Soil, large shade It you wish to make a home, come and see mchijtf B. 7. IJEXTE 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 raise this runout wo will continue to sacrifice our elegant stood of DRY AND FANCY GOODS Regardless of Cost! For Cash Only! WE HATE A SURPRISE IN STORE FOR VIII. 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: 3 TICKETS 8 TICKETS 10 TICKETS 12 TICKETS 20 TICKETS 25 TICKETS 35 TICKETS 50 TICKETS Give you one of those stylishJSide Combs. Give you one silver-plated Sugar Sbtll or one Novelty Hair Pin. Give you one silver-plated Butter'.Knife, or a pair of very pre.ty Bracelets. Give you the choice of a fine rolled gold 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 Lace Pin or a pair of choice Kar Rings. Give you the choice of a set of Rogers' Tta Sooons, a beautiful Lace Pin, a lovely pair of stylish Bracelets or.a 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 Kar Rings or a set of Rogers' Forks. Give you the choice of a most elaborate pair of fine rolled (fold plate Bracelets, a very stylish fine rolled gold plate Necklace or a set of Rogers' Table Spoons. This is no Lottery. No Humbug. You buy our goods cheaper than any other store in the State will 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 yon may cold. Call and see these PREMIUM are on exhibition in our mammoth store. Parties indebted to us must pay up at once and save costs, KWSPAPERl iWSPAPltRI   

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