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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - August 21, 1890, Reno, Nevada JOB WORK The Neatest, The Best, At the Gazette Office. ENVELOPES Pr'nted Cheaper than the Cheapest. VOL. XXIX. RENO, WASIIOE COUNTY, NEVADA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21 1890. NO. MI SC K LL AN KO U.S. MAYOR POND POWDER Absolutely Pure. A cream tartar baking powder. JljzboMt of all In U-aventng strength. K. fr'tjrernment llfport, Democratic Nominee for Governor, JJ. P. IRISH FOK COXG11ESS. i Virginia's Farmers' AlHance Mean Business. Favorable Crop Prospects' m Manitoba. ANNOUNCRMEN'IS. unluUtcs inserted under this lic.id fui ?5. payable in tuhance. For County Clerk. A. I'OCG HKKI-BY ANNOUNCES j hmi'.tlf a candidate for County Clrrk, sulijfct to the decision of the i. in Count} Convention. For Sheriff. II CAUGHI.1N ANNOUN'CKS HIM- sr-lfns a candidate for subject to decision of the County Com t'litioll. Short Term Commissioner. WM MKRKILI, ANNOUNCES as a c.nulidate for Short Term Com- missioner, subject to the decision of the Re- publican County Convention. For Commissioner. T> I'ARRY HKREI1Y ANN'CH'NCKS JX, hunsell for the office of long term -.ubject to the decision of the County Convention. County Commissioner. AX O'CONNOR HKBKBY ANNOCNCKS __ lumscir f r the offive or CountvCointnis- Monor onx subject to the decision of Uie Repultlic in County Convention. I) County Gomm.sslonor. V. M'LAUGIILIN HKRFI1Y AN- nmiiices hiiuseli as n candidate for Coinitv commissioner (long subject to the iltusioii of the Demociatic County Con- MMiuon. County Clerk. rr I1IOGINS HHRKIIY ANNOUNCES Inmsill as n candidate (or County Ckrk Mibjtct to the decision of the Republi- can Countv Conx'entiou. Foi County Clerk. 1HKRKHY ANNOUNCtt MYSEI.V AS A cnn for the office of Clerk of Washoe County, sulijt-cl to the decision ol the Republican County ORLANDO KVANS. C. NOVACOVICH. H. J. BKRRY. BEKilY NOVACOVICH, -----Wholesale and Kutail Dealers in----- Groceries, Provisions, FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, Fist aid: Oysters In season. FRUITS Ol' AU, KINDS, Wines, Liquors., Tobacco, Crockery. We cnrry n line assortment ol FANCY GROChRIKS. Commercial How, Ucno, Nevada. Convention. Special to 'he SA.N.IOSI: Aug. The Dem- ocratic Convention met at 10 o'clock this ii orning. The crowd in attend- ance was greater if possible than yes- terday, and an intense interest was manifested in the coining ballots. Speculation as to the result was in- dulged in freely on all sides. A roll-call for the third ballot on the Gubernatorial nomination was ordered as soon as the Convention met. The third ballot (being the first bal- lot this morning) was reported after a number of changes: Pond 230, Cole- man 223, English 153. Puulscll 21. The fourth roll-call was ordered amid great excitement in the Conven- tion. The roll-call when completed on the fourth ballot stood Pond 4215, Cole- man 134, English 07, Paulsell 5. Pond was declared nominated, and the Convention adjourned till 2 o'clock this afternoon. The Third Congressional District Convention met at noon and nomi- nated Colonel John P. Irish of Ala- meda for Congress. K. F. Delvalle of Los Angeles was nominated for Lieutenant-Governor by acclamation. PACIFIC BREWERY, Reno Soda Works and Granite Saloon. J. GK KERTI-1, Successor to George Becker. Beer by the Glass, Quart. Bottle or Kotf ut shortest notice. Lager Beer of the best quality always on hnnil from tho country receive prompt attention. Comnirroiul Jtow. Iteno, _________________Jyi-'tf_______________ for By Associated Press.] SARATOGA, Aug. The first raco, one milo, King Crab won, Drizzle. sec- ond, and Ben Harrison third. Time, .j. The second race, six furlongs, Cleo- patra won, National second, Monterey third. Timo, 1 .i. The thiid race, mile and a sixteenth, Gymnast won, Ofalee second, Maid of Orleans third. Time, 1 The fourth race, a mile and three- sixteenths, Keclaro won, Sinuloa sec- ond, English third. Time, The fifth raco, mile and a sixteenth, Lynn won, Satisfaction second, 13o- hemian third. Time. a Organization. By Associated Press LYNCIIIII.'RU, Va., Aug. State Fanners' Alliance yesterday adopted the following: Resolved, That the State Farmers' Alliance of Virginia intend to grasp the hands of our Alliance brothers of the North, and are determined to hold together with locked shields in spite of all efforts to aiouse sectional pre- judices between us until the financial emencipation of the laborers and pro- ducer is accomplished. Crop I'l- By Associated Press. I OTTAWA, Aug. of the Interior Devvdney returned yesterday from a trip to the Pacific coast through Manitoba and the Northwest. He re- ports excellent crops, and an entire abeenre of frost, and says that business is brisk in anticipation' of a big liar vest. 'Our Family Physician" is a vtilunhle and reliable doctor book, given to ever new subscriber tho WEEKLY GAZETTTE. HOIIHO Kxplosion. By Associated Press.] CHICAGO, Aug. powder house nt Blue. Island exploded to-day. Three persons were killed and several wounded. I A and Fatal j By Associated Press.1 i ST. JOHNS Atig 20. i is reported the inhabitants of fishing villages along the coast are dv- ing by hundreds of an unknown epi- demic. Nothing has so far proved a cure, nor has any alleviative been found. The disease marches from house to house, victim to victim, wilh nothing to stay its awful progress. The first reports of the epidemic reached here two weeks ago on the arrival of the regular fortnightly coast- ing steamer, which calls at several of the more important fishing stations on the French shore. The Captain reported to the health authorities that while touching at Lapoile he was in- formed a strange epidemic had broken out in Coachman's Cove. The people thought it a virulent type of called black There being no regular physician on the coast, nothing definite is known, except that not a single person so far attacked had recovered. Other pecul- iar features were that many cases of of death ensued in thirty-six hours after the disease appeared and rapid putrefaction set in the moment life left the body. The popu- lation of Coachman's Cove is but a little over 150. Yet nearly half that number had died since the, first out break. The disease has broken out in many other villages also. by a Cliiiinmnii. By Associated Press.) s OKOVIU-E, Aug. Cor- oner Gu i dory received information that (hero was the dead body of a man in a cabin on a ranch near in this county, and an investigation was asked. The Coroner went to the and found the body of a Frenchman named Louis Phillipe Billard, aged GO, with indications that he had been murdered. On investigation it vas found that he had Feven wounds on the head, made by a sharp, heavy in- strument. Circumstances pointed to a Chinaman, one of a crow of twenty, working on a ditch near by as the murderer, who was arrested and brought to town, and is now in jail. It appears that this Chinaman had been stealing fruit and the deceased had trundle with him some time pro vions, and had expressed a fear that the Chinaman would do him harm. LOCALTlNTELLIGENCE. THE GRGAT STRIKE Likely to Extend to the West. (MCRESSIOAAL PROCEEDINGS. A Nlntrnlap evening Eddie Graff, who living with his stepmother and sisters on Center street, went to his room about his usual hourof retiring, spread his rtiK for his little dog, and, after remaining there a short time, left the house and has not been heard from since people are utterly unable to understand whv he should leave in that way, as none of them thought him to be dissatisfied, and as he was of age he could have cone at any time, with the best wishes of the eutire family. There is a inessaire nt the Western Union omVo for Wrf R P i'-Uer. THE MO I'llKlt'S HAND. bv tho Uiil'f' Oovcrnment. Endorsed by ,he of Grpa unit nubile v ooij Analysis, as ftrongpm, p and moat Healthful. i'rl Croniu Btk" g P 'Tier doos no'contain Ammonia, Lime or Alum. rrcc'H F; vorlns; Extracts, Vanilla, uruuge, Almond. Kose, etc., uo uot contain poisonous oils or chemicals. PRICE BAKINO POWDER OO.t New York, Chicago, and San Francisco Ut Cannot be l-'xcclli-d as IMreotor and I'ollMhcr. There is no instrument so efficient in producing the highest polish on wood or glass as to be compared with the human hand. Lenses, after every other appliance has exhausted its fer- tility, receive their finishing poli-h from the hand. Piano frames, after having been filled and sandpapered and "floated" with varnish, receive Iheir final polish from the hand. In the family the mother's hand is the great polisher. It keeps little faces and hands clean it keeps little and knii-kerljockers dean; jt closes holes over knees and toes; it fills hungry mouths with wholesome and palatable food; it tucks in the sleeping children at night, and out the cold it soothes weary limbs to rest; it binds up cuts and burned and bruised fingers; it holds the cooling draught to fevered lips; it gentl> closes tho eyes that look upon the sun no more. In a figure, the mother's hand pnlishes the minds and charac ters her children. Her fingers out the letters on the block, in the primer, the page in history, the noble idea to be attained, the far-off goal to be reached, the rocks to he shunned, tho rnaelbtroins to be avoided. CELLIJLOID7 The Process of Manufacture Described. The Scientific American says: The manner in which celluloid is made in France is as follows: A huge roll of paper is unwound slowly, and, wUjle unwinding, is saturated with a mix- ture of five parts of sulphuric and two parts of nitric acid, which is carefully sprayed uixjn the The effect of this balli is to change the cellulose in HIP paper into pyroxxline. The next process is the exiling of the excels of acid in the by pressure and its washing with plenty of water. It ia then reduced to a pulp and bleached, after which it is strained, and then mixed wilh from 20 to 40 per cent, of its weight in water. Then follows another mixing and grinding after which the pulp is spread in thin sheets, which are put under enormous hydraulic pressure and squeezed until dry as tinder. These sheets are then put between heated rollers and come out in quite elastic strips, which are worked up into the various forma in which celluloid ia made. The Quay Resolution To Be Taken Up To-morrow. The Pennsylvania Prohibition Convention. Tho Xow York Central (Strike. By Associated Press.] NEW YORK, Aug. Sargent this morning said that a meeting of the Federation of Kail road Men will be held at Terre Haute on Saturday, with the undoubted result that a strike on the entire Vanderbilt system will be ordered. As he and his three asso- ciates had indorsed the action of the General Executive Board of the Knights of Labor, he thoroughly be- lieved the Supreme Council of the Federation would sustain it. lie also said tho action of Webb last night in adhering so firmly to tne stand taken rendered the action they had taken necessary. Webb's arbitrary unethoih and utter refusal to arbitrate the situ- ation made it useless to deal with him any longer. Vice-President Webb this morning said lie did not believe the impending strike would ho nearly so gigantic us the Federation and the Knights of Labor would have people believe. Webb did not doubt the Supreme Council of the Federation would call out the men, but he was of tho opinion that tho number who would respond woU'd not be so great after all. A Htrlncnit Moiioy Market. By Associated Press.] NEW YOKK, Aim. stringency in the money maiket to-day WI.B sharper than it has been since the Mav panic of 1884. At the opening of the stock exchange tlio brokers who were long of stocks and had borrowi d money ou them, were glad to renew their loans at per cent, per annum. Even this lale would not bring a re- newal of the loan in many cases, and before 11 o'clock many borrowers re- ceived notices that their loans had been called in. Brokers who bought stocks yester- day in anticipation of relief from the Treasury Department, tried to obtain funds to pay for their purchases, but were unable to do so, and a combined demand caused a large crowd to re- main around the money post in the exchange all day. Early loans were made at 20 per cent., but the supply at this figure was soon exhausted and the rates moved up to 40, to 50, to 60, to 70, to 75, to 90, and Before 1 o'clock the prevailing rate was 90 per cent., or equal to legal interest, and a premium of one-fourth per cent, per day. CongrrHHional Matters. Dy Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Aug. Senate this morning, after spending some ime in considering Plumb's resolution for prohibiting liquor selling or drink- ng in the Senate wing of the Capitol, took up the tariff bill. Nothing was said about Quay's '-order of business" resolution, the debate on which was Degun yesterday. The failure to take up the Quay res- olution this morning was due to a gen- iral desire for a party conference or 'aucus as to a line of action. It will likely be called up to-morrow. HOUSE. In the House Buchannan called up the bill for the adjustment of the ac- counts of laborers arising under the eight hour law, which was discussed a while and went over without action. A Hteiimer Ashore. By Associated Press.l FIRE ISLAND (N. Aug. Ashore at Jones Inlet, is the Ham- burg-American line steamer Dania, Captain Schulty, fr< m Hamburg for New York and Baltimore. She went ashora about 11 o'clock last night. She lies in an easy position. The steamer now stands a chance of going to pieces in the storm now brew- ing. She has some emigrants aboard, and was due in New York to-day. Can It OurttelveH. By Associated Press.l NKW YOKK, Aug. Mnil and Express says: We have imported let's than half a million ounces of silver since the price has risen 25 cents an ounce, and the London price has been forced up to the highent figure known in twelve years. It does not look as if we real'y needed another interna- tional conference about silver, when Kanm By Press. WASHINGTON, Aug. Itauni investigation was resumed this nurn- ing. Cooper, who made the charges, made a brief explanation cf his POM- tion, after which Katiui look tho stand. The witness denied that any employe of tho Pension Office, eave himself, ever owned stock in the Refrigerator Company, and consequently the charge that employes had been promoted be- cause of such ownership was false. Cooper demanded to see the books of the company, but Kaum refused to produce them. He was willing the members of the committee should in- spect the stock books of the company, but not that it should go into the Record. Mr. Butiiii said Cooper gave to the press everything he got hold of, and had given the public documents intrusted to him for inspection to tho Committee on Rules. Cooper insisted on seeing the books himself, and, upon the committee re- fusing, gathered up his books and papers and left the room. The com- mittee then resumed the investigation on its own hook. FURNISHING GOODS, HATS BOOTS ANB SHOES. Another Cyolone. Dy Associated Press FORT WAYNE (Ind. Aug. 21. It if reported h.-ro that there was a cyclone early this morning which struck at a point six miles east of Foslorin, Ohio. The telegraph wires in that vicinity are all down and no particulars can I e obtained. FoUoria m 80 mihv east of this city, on the Nickel Plato Railroad. Prohibition Coiiveatioii. HARRISIIURO, Pa., Aug. 21. State Prohibition Convention nominated C. Miller for Governor, Charles 1C. f lyatt for Lieut. Governor; ami Win. T. Dunn, Secretary of Intereal Afl'iiirc. TKI-KQ 'tAl'lUC IIKKYITIHS. My Summer Stock Is Now Complete, -------Consisting of------- -4- The Latest, and Best Styles Bar silver, There was a severe storm at Fostoria, Ohio, Ibis morning, but no lives ate ipjiortcd lost. BETTER THAN GOLD. RESTORED HER UKALTH. For 25 years I Buffered from bolls, CTrclpclat other blood affections, taking during that lime great quantities of different mcdlclncu with- out giving me any perceptible relief. Frlende induced me to try S. 8. S. It Improved mo from tho start, and after taking several bottles, ro- itorcd my health as fur as I could hope for at uy age, which Is now seventy-five years. MBS. B. M. LUCAS, Bowling Green, Ky. TnmtlBe on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed tree. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta, Qa SHEEP DIP! SHEEP DIP! SHEEPIDIP California Non-Poisonous Leads! Others Follow we can so easily settle the matter our- selves without foreign assistance. nighPMt Premium ar the fair, KOH-POISOKOUS :J 20IJP j? It is a sure cure for SCAB when used as directed. Price, oo per Gallon. Hpcolul to j3-Send for circulars and soo our raoulals. For sale by J. S. SHOEMAKER CO., aw Druzgisto, Reno. Nevada. OF Men's and Boys' Clothing, Underwear, Socks, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, All Shades and Patterns, Collars, CuGs. Windsor Ties and Dide Bows. QTflAW IMTQ A LAROE ASSORTMENT OF OTDAtlf UATO, O I flM O Men's, Boys and Children's 0 P W HA O All grade, and color.. All "orT A full line of J. B. Stetson Co. FINE HATS In all grades. HATHJic A Largo Assortment of Men'? and Boys' Suspenders. SDNDERLAND'S 5O SHOE. Bnttoii, Lace, Congress 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. Ladies' and Gent's Boots and Shoes made to order; Repairing neatly done. F. LEVY BROTHER. WANTED, ON OR BEFORE SEPT. 1, 1890. In ordor to raise this aroout wo will continue to sacrifice our elegant stood of DRY AND FANCY GOODS WE HAVE A SURPRISE IN STORE FOR YOU. -FOR- M. I. S. T., ARTISTS MATERIALS Fresh Garden Seeds, Diamond Spectacles, GO T J. DRUG STORE. VIRGINIA STREKT, RKNO Announcement. 7 TW1SH TO ANNOUNCE THE OPENING ol a Kindergarten in connection with the Bishop Whitaker School for Girls, arrange- ments having been with Mrs. MilK who, it be remembered, designed opening such a school in September. All who hwe engagfd lo place their chiliiren linger her care, will please n tice the change of loca- tion. Sutisfactory arrangemetitswiil be made to convey th children toand from the School JULIA MEGQUIER, Principal. Suileringfrom tbeeffeciaof youthful ;aily decay, wasting weakness, lost man- etc.. I will send a vduable treatise (sealed) containing full parti mlars for home cure FREE of charge. A splendid medi- cal work should be read by even man AddroM, F. O. FO W LE R. MMMM. For every dollar's worth of goods you buy of us dur- ing this sale we will give you a premium ticket, for 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 thosf styllshlSide Combe. Give you one silver-plated Sugar Shell 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 6ne rolled gold plntr Pin. a pair ol gold front Cuff a novelty interlocking Glove lluttoner or fine gold plate or a handsome Bangle. Give you one elegant I.acc Pin or a pair of Ear Rings. Give you the choice or a set ot Rogers' TVn a beautiful Lace Pin, a lovely pair of styllbh Bracelets or a handsome Necklace Give you the choice of a set of Rogers' Knives, a superb pair ol fine rolled gold plate Bracelets, a very choice pair of Ear Rings or a set of Kogirs' Forks. Give you the choice of a most elaborate pair of fine rolled Bold plate Bracelets, a very stylish fine rolled gold plate Necklace or set of Rogers'Table Spoons. This is no Lottery. No Humbug. You buy our goods cheaper than any other store in the State will Bell 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 ree these PREMIUM GOODS- they are on exhibition in our mammoth store. Parties indebted to us must pay up at once and save costs, IN FW SPA PERI IN FW SPA PERI
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