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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - August 25, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                JOB WORK The Neatest, The Best, At the Gazotte Office. ENVE1 Printed Cheaper than the Cheapest VQL.XXIX. COUNTY, NEVADA, 25, 1890. NO. 125. MISCELLANEOUS. WORK OF Tariff Bill To Be Voted on Soon. POWDER Absolutely .Pure. A taking powder, Highest of" Hi! In leaven In st stwngtrT   Convention. For Sheriff. Wit c ANNOUNCES HIM- n candidate for bl'cnrt, Mibject to the   Convention. B County Oomin'ealoner. WP. M I.AVGHI.IN HKRI'BY AN- nonnccs hiinselt us a candidate for County Commissioner (louj? term) subject to the decision of the Democratic County Con- vention. _________________ County Clerk. HW. HIGCINS HEREBY ANNOOKCKS htnMelf as a candidate tor County ClerK. subject to the dejiMon of the Republi- can County Convention__________________ Fat County Clerk. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS A can idate for the office of Cleric of Wnshoe County. subject to the decision ol the Republican Couitty Con-'ention. ORLANDO EVANS. H. T. BKRRY." C. NQYACOVICH. BlERY and Retail Dealers iu- Groceries, Provisions, FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, Fish: and: Oysters In season. FRUITS OK ALI, KINDS, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Crockery. We corrv a fine assortment ol FANCY GROCERIES. Commercial Row, Reno. Nevada. PACIFIC BREWERY, Reno Soda Works and Granite Saloon. J. Gr. Successor to George Becker. Beer by ttye G-lass, Quart, Bottle or Keg at shortest notice I.sger Boer of the best quality always on hand Orders from the country receive prompt attention. Connurrrlal Mow. Beno, Nevada. jyiatf CoiucreMtonal By Associated Press.! WASHINGTON, Aug. the Sen- ale this morning Aldrich asked nnan- imouB consent tliat general debate on the Tariff bill shall close on September 3d; that debute on Amendments con- tinue under the five-minute rule until September 4th, and that the final vot- ing shall then begin. He also pro- posed that the last six hours be de- voted to debate. At the request of Plumb the matter went over notil to-morrow. Aldrich's order was modified on the suggestion of Gorman of the Demo- crats so as to continue the general dis- cussion of the tariff bill up to and in- cluding Wednesday, September 3d; to have five-minute debates on Thursday the 4th, Friday the 6th and Saturday the 6th, and to fix Monday, September 8th, and thereafter for the considera- tion of the bill and amendments thereto' without debate; then three uty to be allowed to each side for general debate, and then the final vote on the passage of the bill. The order would piobubly liuve been entered but for the objection of Plumb, who asked that the matter go over until to-mor- row. The tariff bill was taken up and Vance proposed the following amend- ment: "That in all cases where it can be shown to the Secretary of the Treasury that any goods, wares or. merchandise have been purchased abroad by a citizen of the United States by an exchange of farm products grown in the United States for such goods, or where such goods have bpen purchased with the proceeds of such farm pro- ducts in foreign countries, such goods shall beimporttid at the following rates of duty: One-half of the present duty on all manufactures of iron and steel; 40 per cent, of the present duty on all woolen or cotton goods, or articles of which wool or cotton may be the com- ponent material of chief value; one- half of the present duty on earthen ware, china and glassware; 30 per cent, of thie present''rate of duty on jute baggirlg and. farmers' binding twine. D. D. I'latt, Chairman of the Com- mittee on Territoiies, laid before the Senate a letter from Secretary Noble, transmiUintj. the ..following telegram "Kingfisher, Okl., Aug. many days of a hodae to house inspec- tion find thatfully one-third of the peo- ple need two-thirds of the farmers need seed wheat; many are now in want of food; no work, and nothing to sell. The propect is gloomy; the ex- treme south part of the territory is not quite BO bad. Thomas J. Neswhara, special land inspector." Secretary Noble says the depart- ment has no resources with which to relieve the destitution, and its only course is to lay the information before Congress. UOVSK. In the House to-Hay Quinn of New York offered for a resolution instructing the Committee on Judiciary to report by bllVof otherwise the neces- sary prevent railroads from employing unjustifiably large bodies of armed men denominated de- KING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. V'01' theUni'ed Government. Endorsed by h< ..ml rmbllc AoHiysU, as the p Creiun P ler does no- contain Ammonia, Doliclnm IP, vorlnicExtracts. Vanilla, Lumon, Orange, uo not contain olla or ohemlnuln. Endorsed by he of the Grea ,j and mowtHealUiful- Lime or Alntn Dr. Almond. Boae, etc., tectives, as is now being 'done by the New York Central. In the Hjuse this morning the Chaplain made a feeling allusion to the sudden death of "Representative Watson. Cannon submitted the conference re- port on'the Sundry Civil Appropria- tion bills. The conference report on the sundry civil bill waa agreed to. An agreement has been reached by the sundry civil bill conferees upon the paragraph in relation to irrigation and public land surveys. For the survey of public lands the conferees fixed at the for additional clerk hire in the olfices of the Sur- veyor-Generals was stricken out. For topographic surveys the conference agreed upon one-half of this sum to-fie expended .west; of the 100th meridian of T-he item in the appropriAtion of for irri- gation surveys was stricken out. The appropriation for engraving maps of the survey is increased to On the public land question a compromise was reached by repealing so much of the law of 1888 as provided for the withdrawal of the public lauds from entry, occupation and settlement. All entries made in good faith and valid but for said act shall be recognized and may be performed in the same manner as if said law had not been en- acted, except that reservoir sites lo- cated or selected shall remain segre- gated and reserved from entry or set- tlement. No person shall be permitted hereafter to acquire title to more than 320 acres in the aggregate under all said laws. The Central Htrlue. By Associated TERBK HAUTE Executive Council of the United Order of Railway Employes went into session about 8 o'clock this morning. When the session will come to an end not even a single meinber of the Council knows. No conclusion will be an- nounced until evening. ALBANY (N. Aug. few through freights were moved on the Delaware Hudson this morning, but no local freights have been sent out yet. The police are patrolingthe yards of the company to-day. Webb received a message at 2 o'clock saying the Sunrenie Council at Terre Huute had refused to endorse the strike on the Central. A similar mes- sage was received at the Produce Ex change. The members of the Knights of Labor disclaim tho authority of the dispatches. Kxpects Cholera Next Ycnr. By Associated Press QUEBI-C, Aug. Deputy Min- ister of Agriculture declares that Asiatic cholera will certainly visit Canada next year, and that in order to check its ad- vance he proposes to establish quaran- tine stations in British Columbia. A Congresciman Drops Dead. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Aug. tive Lewis A. Watson of Warren, Pa., dropped dead in the botanical gardens at the foot of the Capitol grounds this morning, of heart disease. Our Iron An Eastern exchange says: No other census returns in so strik- ing a manner the marvelous develop- ment of the industrial resources of the United States as the figures relating to the manufacture of iron. They show- that the production of iron during the first six months of the present year ex- ceeded any other similar period by over five hundred thousand tons, and that the United States iu makint! such remarkable strides in the mam factnre of iron, that the country will soon lead the rest of the world, both as a pro- ducing and consuming center. PRICE BAKINB POWDER CO., New York, Chicago, and Franctaoo A Perilous Tumble. While rounding up cattle near the town of Campo, San Diego county, Cul., the horse of tfhomas Kowler ran off a rocky precipice and Mr. Fowler was thrown to the bottom of the canon, where he alighted on growth of un- derbrush, sustaining severe bruises. The hoof ol the horse caught in a crevice in the rock, and the animal w as suspended in the air by one leg, where he thrashed about painfully. Mr. Fowler climbed back to release the beast, but finding he could not do so he shot it, and the bodv was left dangling in the air by one leg. Better than Iron Cowhide it is said, are fast coming inio use in EoiiUnd and in maoy parts of the of Europe. It is olaimad Tor this style of shoe that is much lighter, It longer, and that split hoofo are nevnr known in horses using It. It Is pcr- feo ly smooth ou hottom, m.oalks required, the Hhoe ad her) UK firmly on the moat polished surface. IIH elasticity prcsrems many sprains, the horw-s steps beinjf lighter and eurer. It "iff mild tliat stra-v, treated wiib chemicals unknown, bus been used. for hoi0eahoes for centuries In Japan, Cottom The present crop ot cotton In Texas will probably be one ot the largest ever raised ID that State. In fact the cotton" crop ot all the notion-growing States promises in be one rf the larictxu most profifbln erer ral-ni. ThU will make good In the Sooth toe Houtnern railroads Tries to Bad 'His Life by Siiicide. TO DAY'S RACES AT SARATOGA. To-day's Government Silver Purchases. The Price Paid Over 19 per Ounoe. The Hfoek Yardo Strike. By Associated Press CHICAGO, Aug. definite has developed in the stock yards strike this morning. The receipts of cattle, hogs and sheep are very heavy. Swift, Nelson Morris have shut down their houses, and men are to remain idle, as there- is nothing for them to do. It is expected that some of the roads will attempt to handle a portion of the fresh meat that is in danger of spoil- ing, and if they do, it will probably precipitate trouble. At the stock yards this afternoon the strikers committee reported to the strikers that the Snitching Association had decided to accept the proposition of the switchmen for an advance of wages. The Superintendent of the stock yards was notified that every- thing would be moving in an hour.' If the meu should refuse to accept this, their own proposition, the rail- road company will run the yard with their own crews. To-daj-'s By Associated Press SABATOOA (N. Aug. first race was five and a half furlongs. Gold Step won, Caprice second, 'Audit third. Time, Second race, one mile and a half fur- long; Floodtide won, Outbound sec- ond, Marauder third. Time Third race, one mile; Cecil B won, Satisfaction eeconcT, Outbound third. Time Fourth race of six furlongs; Gypsy Queen won. Uanchief second, Salute third. Fifth race, mile and seventy yards; Birthday won, Mnjor Tom second, Letetia third. A Desperate Criminal. By Associated Press MARQUETTE Aug. ehay, the bandit, made another un- successful attempt to commit suicide in prison last night. He was found lying in an unconscious condition in his cell from a loss of blood, having severed an artery on his wrist with a tin secured from his slop bucket. His scalp was also reduced to pulp from an attempt to dash out his brains on the prison walls. To-Day'H BUlver PurohamcH. By Associated Press. WASHINGTON, Aug. amount of silver offered the Government to- day was ounces. The amount purchased ounces at 195; ounces 1974, and ounces at 1975. Bar silver, I 19. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. DIRECT FROM EUROPE. An Order That Must Be Clear the Shrives. HAMBURG, Aug. 23, 1890. Palace Dry Goods and Carpet House, Reno, Afev.: I have pur- chased an immense stock of goods in France, Germany and England Clear the shelves. MAX LEVY. The foregoinc cablegram was re- ceived at the Palace Dry Goods House the day before yesterday, and explains itself. The shelves must be cleared to make room for the fall stock of goods purchased by Ma.x, who has spent the summer in Europe ransack- ing factories. The arrangement being made by the firm to execute this im- perative order is to sell everything at a sacrifice, and it will be to the ad- vantage of the ladies of Reno and vicinity to call soon and secure bar- gains. They have placed under the hahimerafine line of dress patterns, a magnificent lot of remnants; also ginizhttuis at six and a quarter cents a vard ladies and children'B hose and a few choice pieces of challies at five cents per yard. _______ BREVITIES. B. R- Parkinson of the Carson Trib- une; w as in town to-day. General Irish and daughter, Mrs. Dr. Preeton of Davenport, Iowa, re- tnrned this morning from Oakland, where they bad been.on a vwit to Col. John P. Irish of the Alfa. An item in to-day'a paper under the head 'of "born" will show you Nick Hammersmith carries such a venerable countenance today. He became a grandfather on tbe day he pawed tbe 50-mile poet. Death of an Old Comstoeker. Dan Donovan, an old-timo Com- stoeker and ex-Sheriff of Storey county, was found dpad in his room Saturday night about 5 o'clock. He had been a sufferer from consumption for a number of years-and died of hemor- rhage of the lungs. The Chinamen IHacharged. Two Chinamen were examined at Sacramento last Friday for the murder of Walter Pierson, at Consumnes July 27th, and were discharged. The Court held that the evidence clearly showed that the wbite men went to the Chi- nese camp to see one of their own number whip a Chinaman, and that the rest of the Chinainen hud reason to believe a general raid on them was contemplated. 'The HlKh Heel. PhysicianHMy that cases of nervous prostration .freiiuent low heels into more general They allow the whole weight of the body to rest on the loot, remove the tension to which the muscles are subjected by high heels, and keep tho calf of the leg in its normal condition. The Greeks observe Monday as a day of rest; the Permutis, Tuesday; the Assyrians, VVednesdav; the Egyp- tians, Thursday the Turks, Friday; the Jews, Saturday; the Christians, Sunday. With your name and address, mailed to the Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Qa., is necessary to obtain an interesting treat- on the blood and the diseases incident toil. s s s Eruption Cured. One of my customers, a highly respected and influential citizen, but who la DOW absent from the city, hosubed Swift's Specific with excellent remit. Be says U cured him of a ekln eruption bad been tormented with for thirty years, bad resisted the luruiive qualities of man; other medicines. BOBIBT CLEOO, Druggist, Falls City, Neb. MRS, GRAHAM'S Cucumber and Elder Flower Cream, YOU KVER OB-d Mrs Grahnm'B Cncnmborand Kliic-r Flower Crtjam? If IlOt BMJlI tO MlBfl G bbe, Milliner, at Rpno, or to your ana got a buttlo to try tupcrb for clfaiming tiie bkln 't is a orectomol- ness and dryncss. It la a complete protection against the ef- fects of mn an 1 wind. When ynu go ont o the conntry or gen- side resort you will 11 nd It an Invaluable pro ectl'in to the complexion. It Is not greasv or clammy or sticky And It keeps the si In i-ott mid omoothand the formation of wrluklei. It Is not a n iinro's own treatment for the pro- tection of thM sk'n One dollar per bottle For sale by all leai IIIK druggists. jy'-i'yl QUINGY AMD RENO STAGE LINE. OH AND APTKR MONDAY, JULY amt stases will be run daily (Mmdoy except- ed) to Clint, Summit, Beclcwith, Mohawk, Joliutown. Kurcjco Mines, Cromberg, Quincy, Crcsent Mi Is aud Greenville, carrying Wells, Fargo express rrom Reno, Will leave Reno at 8 o'clock n. m T. K. Hymers will do temporary service between KeHo and Chat. Orders left at his office In I.wery Stable will be promptly attended lo. E. A. HALSTKAD. Monarch Saloon. THIS I'AVORITB PLACE OP RFSORT has oil the modern conveniences of fash- ionable and elegant pool and billiard tables, The Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars, and, above all, Wieland's Beer. CALL AND SATISFY YOURSELF. GEO. HUMPHREY, Manager. anstf ARCADE SALOON. H. E. MVIS CO., PROPRIETORS. THIS SALOON HAS BEEN RECENTLY fitted up in the most modern style, and is presided ovej Harry Davis, late of tlie Depot Hotel, nhoji everybody knows. The Bar Is Second to None In the State, being always with best of everything. Mr. Dans a call and be convinced (REMEMBER! YOXT CANNOT RHMBMBKR! YOU CANNOT GET TOBWORK A NY ET OBWORK OR ANY BETTER TVONE BY CIENPIN ETTER JJoNE BY OENDIN AWAY FROM TfOME. WAV PROM HOME. FOR MEN ONLY! 1------------------Tar or KAXBOODt FURNISHING GOODS. HATS BOOTS Afftj My Sampler Stock Is Now Complete. -------Consisting The Latest and Best Styles OF Men's and Boys' Clothing, Underwear, Socks, Gloves, Neckwear, All and Patterns, (Marx, frfe. Windsor Tics and Dude Bows. QTPAW UATQ A LAROE ASSORTMENT OF QTDAtlf UATO O I "AW HA f O Men's, Boy. and 0 KAW HAT5 All grades and All grades ami colon. A full line of B. Stetson Co. FINE HATS In all grades. HATS of the Best Grade. A Large Assortment of Men's and Boys' Suspenders. 'S S2 GO 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, 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. ID order to raise this amcut wo will continue to.sacrjfice'our elegant stood of DRY AND FANCY GOODS Replless of Cost! For Cash Only! WE HAVE A SURPRISE IN STORE FOR VIII1. 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 Couibs, Give you one "ilver-plated Sugar Shtllor one Novelty Hair Pin. Give you one silver-plated Butter (Knife, or a pair of very pre ,ty Give you the choice of a fine rolled gold Lace Fin. a patrol gold front Cuff Pins, a novelty interlocking Glove Buttoner of fine gold plate or a handsome Bangle. Give you one elegant Lace Fin or a pair ofchoi-c Ear Give you the choice of a set ol Tea Sixjons, a beautiful Lace Pin, a lovely pair ofittylish Bracelets or A handsome Necklace Give you the choice of a get of Rogers'' Knives, a superb pair o) fine rolled gold plate Bracelets, a very choice pair of fear Rings or a set of Rogers' Porks. Give you the choice of a most elaborate pair of fine rolled cold plate Bracelets, a very stylish fine rolled gold plate Necklace M- set of Rogers'Table Spoons. This is no Lottery. No Hurntmg. 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 Jthe amount of tickets you may hold. Call and tee these PREMIUM GOODS-they are on exhibitior in our mammoth store. 'Parties indebted to us must pay up at once and save costs, SPAPFRf   

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