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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - August 15, 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, FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1890. MISCELLANEOUS., POWDER Absolutely Pure. A crmm' of .tartar bah log Highest of all In teayening strength. U. fl. Report, Any. ANNOUNCKMENTS. cards inserted tinder this head Cot >s, payable in advance. For SheriffT If CAUGHUN ANNOUNCES HIM- self as a candidate for SI'eritt, subject to IK- decision of the Republican County Comt-ni.oii Short Term Commissioner, WM MRRRILI. ANNOUNCES HIMSKI.P a candidate for dhort Term Com- missioner, subject to tile deci'-iou of the Re- public.iii County Convention. For Commissioner. KW. I'ARRY HEREBV ANNOUNCES himself for the office of long term CoinmiHsuiier. subject to the decision of the County Convention. County Commissioner. DAN O CONNOR HIUSEBY ANNOUNCES In inset i f r the office ot County ComtniH- k.om-r (.oiiff subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. County Commissioner. P. M'LAUGHLIN MKRl'BY AN- >T nounces hiiusell an n candidate for County Commissioner, subject to the decision ul the Deinociotic Couuty Convention._____ County Clerk. HW HroOINS HEREBY ANNOUNCES luiuself as a, candidate lor County Clerk, subject to the decision of the Republi- can luimu Convention.________ Foi County Clerk. T HXKKDY ANNOUNCE MYSEI.V AS A L can id.ite for the oRice of Clerk of Washoe County, subject to the decision ot the Republican County Convention. ORLANDO KVANS. Assessment Notice. aFriCE OF RENO ELECTIUC LIGHT aud Power Comnnpy, a al place of business, ot works, Keno, Nevada is hereby given that at a meeting ol the of the Reno Electric Light aud power Co., held on the uth day of August, 1890, at office of the company, un assessment (No. 3) of thirty Cents per share, was levied upon each anil every Hhare of the capital stock of said com- pany, payable immediately 111 United States gold coin: and any stock upon which said as- sessment shall remain unpaid on Saturday, September 13th 1890, Shall be declared delinquent, and advertised for nale at public auction on the 13th day 01 OctoDer. 1800. at the oflicc ..f me Company, Reno, Nevada, to pny such delinquent as- sessment cost of advertising and expenses of sale. By order of the Board. W. G. CAKFRhY, Secretary. Reno, Nev.. Ang 1890. C. NOVACOVICH. H. T. BERRY. mm jfovi -----Wholesale and Retail Dealers Groceries, Provisions, FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, Fish: aid: Oysters In aeaaon. FRUITS OK ALL KINDS, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Crockery. carrv a fine of FANCV Coaraereial Reno, Nevada. f ACIFIC BREWERY, Reno Soda Works and Granite Saloon. J. Gr. KErfcTH, Successor to George Becker Boer by the Glass, Quart, Bottle or Keg at shortest notice. Laser Beer of the best quality always on naud Orders from the country receive prompt attention. flow. Keno. Wevada Town Property. 1H WE VKRY DKSIKAIIT.E TOWN property for sale, Mtunted in the pleas tttUesi partof town BUILDING LOTS for dwellings, with a commanding can be hud at tan prices. Also Choice Bustoess Block. If >ou wisfa fo speculate or be sec or address uy WM. THOMPSON. Reno River and Harbor Bill Being .Considered. QIM MAKES A DISCLAIMEB. House of Commons Hold Lengthy Session. Cooaal Mewall'M Keport on ttamoa. By Associated Press. WASHINGTON, Aug. report of Consul- General at Apia has been received at the Stale Department, but it is being kept secret by Acting Secietary Wharton.'vEt is learned, however, that it corroborates the re- poit that the natives are dissatisfied becunse the dual government has not been formed, and there are fears of trouble. It is also intimated that Sewall, in his well-known blunt man- ner, raps the foreign representatives pretty severely in his report over some of their actions, and that it. is because of this plain language that the report is being kept secret. A Man Goes Over the Niagara Falls. A BURGLAR CAUGHT BY A GIRL. "What ..the Mint Director About Silver, AHCADE SALOON. H. E. DAVIS PROPRIETORS. THIS SALOON HAS BEEN RECENTLY fitted up in the most modem style and presided ovct Marry Davis, !ote ot" tnc Depot Hotel, everybody knows. The Bar Is Second to None In the State, being always provided with best of everything. Mr. IMTis call and be Hatters. By Associated Press.] WASHING ros, Aug. The Senate met at 10 o'clock, and, after routine business, took up the Kiver and Har- bor bill. Quay made u personal explanation as to remarks attributed to him in the report of the Republican caucus las! night. He hati represented as saying that he did not wish to hav? the Southern members of the House of Representatives yelpingathis heels, urged ou by the Speaker. He had made no such remark and bad made no reflection on the distinguished pre- siding oHicer of' tttfe 'other -branch of Congress. Hoar expressed the hope that it be understood tlrat because Quay felt .called upon to- such a statement that ofber people were also called upon to contradict the mendacious statements as to them on a similar subject. The Senators knew the statements as to himself were mendacious. Frye moved to proceed to the con- sideration of the river and harbor bill. Edmunds demanded the yeas and nays a vote was taken aud the motion was agreed yeas 36, nays so the Senate proceeded to the considera- tion of that bill. Hampton having asked Frye to al- low him to have a bill taken, up for action, Frye excused himself -for de- cliriing to do so" and said that he hail asked the Finance Committee to let him have two days for the considera- tion of the river and harbor bill to- day and to-morrow aud that he should ask the Senate to remain in session to-morrow until the bill was finished. He did not feel at liberty, therefore, to yield any time for any other business. Amendments were reported by the Committae on Appropriations and agreed to by the Senate. There was one, inserting for the entrance tp Galvestou barbor, Texas. The House proceeded to the consid- eration of the conference leport on the Indian aporopriation bill, Tho Mllvcr Market. By Associated Press WASHINGTON, Aug. The Direc- tor of the Mint said Uii.s afiornoon that he Pxpeoted to purchase ounces of silver to-morrow, and expects to pay a trifle more than the London market rate for it. lie defended the policy of refusing to make public the exact price the department paid for silver, as the prices paid for silver had never been made public hpretofore; so there was no new doparture. He con- tinued: "Tbere will be no attempt on the part of the Tn-asury Depart- ment to buy silver cheap, or to beat down prices. The Government will pay the full market price, and will buy ounces monthly if it is to be had. TUe Administration desires to see tho prtue of silver advance, and there will be no attempt in the execu- tion of the new law to throw obstacle? In Us way." Tho amount' of silver offered aft Trt-asury Department to-day was ounces, of which ounces accepted. The Director of the Mint refused to give the prices paid, but it Is known to more than :14, LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. LIST OF DELEGATES A. Ticket ttnnmtltect for trie of The following is a list of delegates to be bubmitted to the people: STATE CONVtNTION. O. H. Martin, R. L. Pul- ton, G. W. Baker, James Mayberry, A. H. Manning, 0. T Bender, M. D. Koley, Sol Levy, T. K. Hyuiers, S. J. Hodgkintion. Wads H. Whited, W. C. Taylor, JR. K. Dolun. Loukey, William Mer- rill. Waslioe and Thompson. M. Lamb. H. Kinoey. COUNTY DELEGATES. tfymers, B. M. Coffin, J. A. Lewis, J. Frazer, G. H. Thouia, M. A. Greenlaw, S. O. Wells, Robert Hanison, W. D Phillips, Saui Stan- uwuy, W. Saunders, C. W. Booton. G. K Holesworth, VV. D. MuNeilly, W. J. Luke, L. D Piazza, J. A. J. Conn, H. E. Higgins, P. N. Manui- Kiin, Frunk Bell, Alvaro Evans, J. L. Wines, C. Novacovich, A. L. Linn, John Belz, M. .Nathan, H. L. Fish, William It. C. Leeper, A. O. Porter, J. F. Kmnntt, W. H. 11. W. .Ash, Euoch Merrill, C. A. linig-j, L. Abrahams, E. Bates, C. A, Thui-rtton, L. Folaom, M. E. Ward, C. C. Chase, D. C. Wheeler, Frank Stewart, John Uouglas.W.G.C'utFrev.J. W. Bovnton, H. H. Beck, J. J. Grant, J. N. Evans, A. DUWHOII, W. H. Jov, E. C. Leadbetter, J. M. Fulton, P. J. Kelly, C. S. Martin, A. G. Fletcher, J. Zeigler. Verdi Carnitlo Lonkey, Thomas Pixley, J. E. Souchereau, C. Haller, W. A. Cobb, J. B. Lowery, Fred Burns, Fred Holt, G. P. Merrill, Peter Uraigau. T. G. Herman. Wrn. Maepherson. N. A-. Hnnmiel, William Donaldson, J. H. Whited, G W. Saw- yer, E. Proctw, W, C. Taylor, E. T. Lothrop, J. C. Erb, N. S. Arnsteiu, H. M. Johnson, T. H. Bas- tian, A. W. Macpherson, C. H. Lewis, T. W. Fitzgerald, J. H. Forrest, E. ler. M. Thompson, J. O. Sessions. H. Stephens, James Pollock, M. Shields, G. W. Robinson. The Franktown, Washoe and Browne voters have not signified who they would like for conse- quently their names are odntted from this list. The Cholera Epkfemic creasing in Spain. De- Maiden Effort of the San Francisco. Cruiser THE SAILOR'S VERNACULAR. IMITera How HlH the A sailor's talk is a dialect as distinct from our ordinary language as Choctaw or Esquimau. English words are used, but their signification is utterly remote from the meaning they have in shore parlance. A yard ashore means the yard about a house at sea it means a spar. Every coachman and the ma- jority of boys know what a whip is, but at sen it is a tackle formed by a single rope run through a block. A lizard is not a reptile, but a piece of rope with a thimble or ring spliced into it, just as the cathead is a piece of timber, and bees are stout pieces of plank. Beating is a< t striking, but Railing by tacks. A bonnet is not for ladies' wear, but a piece of canvas laced to the jib, while a cat's paw has as little to do with the feline'as fiddles and harpings have with music. A Long By Cable and Associated Press.] LONDON, Aug. A lengthy dis- cussion took place in the House of Commons last nipht on the railways the Ireland bill. The measure passed-the committee, and was ordered to the third reading by a vote of 73 The House did "not adjourn until 7 o'clock this morning. Hlenmrr Arrivals. By Cable and Associated Press.] LIVEKI-OOL, Aug. City of Chester, from New York, arrived here to-day, HAMBURG, Aug. BohemU, from New York, arrived here this morning. NEW YORK, AUK. the Saale from Bremen. Hllvrr Shipment. By Associated Prcta.) NEW YORK, Aug. Forshay announce that they will ship ounces of silver to London to-day. White qapen of Britain. The Boston Transcript says: Mrs. Emma Forbythe'owns most of an isl- and in the Southern Pacific called New Britain. In her own land Mrs. For- sythe goes by the name of the "White Queen." The chief industry of the island is the sale of mother-of-pearl, of which 100 tons were collected on the seashore last year, Mrs. Forsythe was left a uidow at the age of eighteen. She had at that time verv Mule prop- j erty, but she now owns 150.00J acres of land on the fertile South Sea Isl- ands, two steamers that plv between the islands and this port and she is preparing to close, a contract for the building of four more vessels for the island trade. Inarpendenre Lake. This resort appears to be the favorite his season for trout fishing. The hotel s again opened and newly furnished in all its departments, together with new and safe boats and moderate hotel bills For quiei comfort and health, good sport in hunting wid fishing and beau- tiful location, there is no place in the mountains more desirable. v V BBfeVrnEsT si-i. Hon. J. F. Kmmitt has returned from Mohawk Valley, where he baa been securing bis hay crop. The Congregationalistsof Henohave purchased of B. r. a lot next to their parsonage on the corner of Vir- ginia and Filth streets, on which they purpose a new church Reno. The IWew York Central Strike. By Associated Press.] NEW YORK, Aug. At noon Webb said that the affaire of the New York Central were in euoh good condi- tion that the heads of the various de- partments could again assume control. Webb denied that he had asked the Governor to call out the militia at East Albany and West Albany. General Superintendent Voorhees- he had received many applica- tions for the reinstatement of old men. Their cases will be considered. Powderly sent adispatch stating that tie would arrive here this evening. Aug. The Executive Board of the Locomotive Firemen n secret session in this city. n TODS other roads than the Central are jresent. Nothing is known of their sroceedings. Kaces. By Associated Press.l SARATOGA, Aug. 15. In the first race Vanclaire won, Guardena second and Caprice third. Second race, mile and a sixteenth, King Crab won, Granite second and Puzzle third. Time, 1 Third race, half a mile, Romeo won, National second and Goldstep third. Time, Fourth race, one mile, Maid of Or- leans won, Major Tom second and Ban Chief third. Time, 'Fifth race, three-fourths of a mile, Architect wonf-Bob Miller second and Profligate third. Time, 1 :17. Sixth race, one mile, Corticello won, Gunwad second and Raymond second. Time, 1 A Ctrl Who Hliowed Nerve. By Associated Press.] OMAHA. Aug. 14. An unknown bur- itlar was very neatly trapped when he attempted to enter the house of Mr. Naugle, at Thirty-eighth and Cum- mings streets, yesterday. Mary Sulli- van, the hired girl, was alone in the house at the time, and the man, who was masked, presented a revolver at her head and ordered her to show him where the family jewels were. She conducted him into another room and opened a drawer in a dresser, but stead of getting the jewels, seized a revolver, and, pointing it at the in truder's head, compelled him to sur- render his weapon and leave the house. A Child Drowned. By Associated VISALIA, Aug. Gracie Rider disappeared at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon. She was last seen playing in a neighbor's yard near the bank of Mill Creek. At 6 o'clock a search was begun, and at 10 o'clock the bells sounded the general alarm. The peo- ple met, organized into squads, searched the town and dragged the creek till two o'clock this morning. The body was found at 8 o'clock this morning by a youug man narnsd Harp. It had floated down the creek half a mile. The water in the creek, ia from one to two feet deep. The .child was two years old. The Han aialdea Effort. By Associated Press.] SAN FRANCISCO, August The cruiser San Francisco crniajid around the bay all day to-day and" did some good work. With 93 revolutions per minute she1 made 15K knots, and with 100 revolutions made 16% knots. Everything worked smoothly, and there was no heating; ot the ma- chinery. The naval officers on board were greatly pleased, and seem to think she uwill exceed the limit of speed required. An official trial trip will probably not occur before the lat- ter part of next week. Over By Associated Press.] NIAGARA FALLS, Aug. 14. This morning Thomas Glynn, a' liaokman, while driving around Goat Island, hod his attention attracted to a man and a boat in the rapids above Horsehoe Falls. The man disappeared and the craft passed over the falls. The man was undoubtedly thrown out and went ever. Bat silver, The London quotation of silver to- day is 02d. Eastern Fruit crop. By Associated Press.] SPKIXOFIELD Aug. England Homestead says: Apples will be scarcer and more costly this season than for many years. There is but half a crop of winter fruit in the famous Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia, and still greater reductions in the apple belt of Southern and West- ern Ontario and Michigan. In Maine and limited sections of Vermont and New Hampshire there is a fair yield. Throughout Southern New Eng'land, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and the interior States generally the promise of winter fruit is worse than ever before known. The great apple belt of Western New York-has almost no crop whatever. Curiously enough, there is an area in Missouri and Kan- sas, within, a radius) of 400 iriiles of Kansas ia a phe- nomenal crop of winter apples of fine quality. Eastern buyers are al- ready gobbling it up at good prices. Summer and fall apples are also short and command good prices. Peaches are a practical failure in Southern Ontario and Michigan, as well as in the Southern States and Connecticut, Pears and plums yield unevenly, but far below the average crop. Grapes, however, are an im- mense crop, save in sections of New Jersey and tho South, where the black rot is playing havoc willi the fiuit. The scarcity of other fruits will sustain the market for grapes. The Home- stead's preliminary report of the potato crop indicates a disastrous shortage in, the South and West, cur- tailed in New York, and a fair average ui New England, if spared by tho rot, which is now making its. appearance. Potatoes in Ireland are blighted, and they are also rotting in Scotland. NO. 117. GOODS. HATS BOOTS AND SHOES. My Summer Stock Of- Complete, 4- The Latest and Best Styles op. Men's and Boys' Clothing, Underwear, Socks, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, All Shades and Patterns, Collars. Cnfe. Windsor Ties and Dade torn. Cholera By Cable and-Associated Press.] MADRID, Aug. cholera is nearly extinct in Badajos, but there are still a few cases in Alt-ante and Valencia. At the latier place two deaths occurred in a prison which con- tained convicts. 3'HE WEDD1NH. Locality, the Garden of lime, the Year One. Rev. DeWittTalmage writes in the Ladies' Home Journal as follows: What a morning that was of the world's first wedding! Sky without a cloud. Atmosphere without a chill. Foliage without a crumpled leaf. Meadows without u thorn. It shall be ia church, the yreat temple of the world, sky domed, mountain pillared, papphire roofed. The sparkling waters of the Gihon and the Heddekel will njake the fount of the temple. Larks, robina and goldfinches will chant the wedding march. Violet, lily and rose burning incense in the morning sun. Luxuriant vines sweeping their long trulls through the forebt stery of, a spring morning. Wild beasts statidittg outside the circle look- ing on, like family servants from the back door gazing upon the uupitals; the eagle, king of biids; the locust, king of insects; the lion, king of beasts, waiting. Carpet of grass like emerald for the human -pair to walk on. Hutu of excitement, as there is before a ceremony. Green blades and leaves whispering, and the bircia a chatter each one to his mate. Hush, all the clouds. the birds. Hush, the waters, for the king of the human race advances, and his bride. Perfect man, leading to the altar a perfect woman. (jod, her lather, gives awny the bride, and angels are the witnesses, and tears of morning dew stand in the blue eyes of the violets. And Adam takes the round haud that has never been worn with work or stung with pain into his stout grasp and says: This is bone of my bone aud flesh of mv iiesh." Tumults of joy break and all the trees of the wood clap their naods, and all the galleries of the for- est sound with carol and chirp and chant, and the circle of Edeuic happi- ness is complete; for while every quail hath answering quail, and every fish and every fowl an- swering fowl, and every beast of the forest a
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