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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - August 26, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                JOB WORK The Neatest, The Best, At the Gazette Office. ENVELOPES Printed Cheaper than the Cheapest, VOL. XXIX. MISCELLANEOUS. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, TUESDAY. AUGUST 26. 1890. NO. 126. POWDER A cream of tartar baking Highest of all In leaven strength. U. S. Government Attff. 1880. ANNOUNCEMENTS. 49-CxiKlidates carftt Inserted under this head f-ji payable in advance. For Constable. SW CPSO.N- HEREBY ANNOUNCES Ititute I as a candidate for Constable of Keno Towiiilnp. subject to the decision of the Republican County Contention .County Commissioner. JAMIH SU I. ANNOUNCES HIM- self as a candidate for Long Term County ComimsMoner, subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. For County Clerk. WA. I'OGCV HEREBY ANNOUNCES himielf a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the decision of the Republi- can County Convention. For Sheriff. H CAL'GHUN ANNOUNCES HIM- .self us a candidate for SI'tritt, subject to 'the decision oT the Republican County Convention. Short Term Commissioner. WM. MKRRII.I. ANNOUNCES HIMSELF a-, a candidate for Short Terra Com- niivsioiitT. subject to the decision of the Re- publican County Convention. For Commissioner. RW. I'ARRY HEREBY ANNOUNCES ininsdl fur the office of long term Coniinissuiu-r. to the decision of the Republican County Convention. County Commissioner. AN O'CONNOR HEUEBY ANNOUNCES _m_, himseli" f r the office ol County Commis- sioner (.one subject to the decision ol the Republican Cuiinty Convention. D Knights of Labor Sus- tained. An Officer Murdered by Quar- reling Italians. A VILLAGE BUSED DOWN. A Suspended. Kaval Offices County Commissioner. P. M'LAUGHLIN HKRVBY AN- nouncej himselt aa a candidate for County Commissioner (long subject to the decision jf the Demociatic County Con- vcntloii. ______________________ W. County Olerk. HW JUGGINS HKR1CI1Y ANNOUNCES himself as a candidate lor County Cleric, subject to the decision of the Republi- can County Convention.__________________. Foi County Clerk. IHERKBY ANNOUNCE MYSELtf AS A can idotc for the office of Cleric of Wnshoc County, subject to the decision ot the Republican County Co..vfmtodb C. NOVACOV1CH. H. J. BBRRY, BERKY MACOVICH, _ Wholesale and Retail Denlern in Groceries, Provisions, FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, Vegetables, Fist aid Oysters In season. FRUITS OH ALL KINDS, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Crockery fine assortment of KANC We corrv a GROCERIES. Commereid Row, Keno, Nevada The VanrterUllt Strike. By Associated Press.] TERRE HAUTB Aug. offici il statement of the Council was given to an Associated Press repre- sentative to-night. After reviewing all the causes that led up to the strike and the action heretofore taken, the Council arrives tit conclusions as fol- lows: the position of the Knights of Labor as set forth by Pow- derly meets with our unqualified ap- proval. course pursued by Webb toward Powderly and the Knights of Labor, notwithstanding his declaration to the contrary, evinces a purpose to disrupt and de- stroy labor organizations." policy of des- potic, to the extent that it outrages every principal of Americanship. The fourth clause denounces Webb's employment of Pinkertons. the efforts now being made by Webb to destroy the Knights of Labor would, wore circumstances changed in like manner, destroy the organizations of the engineers, fire- men, conductors, trainmen and switch- men; and if successful it is only a question of time when a similar effort will be made te seal the fate of -other labor organizations. Two other clauses denounce Webb and Vanderbilt in general terms. In view of the foregoing facts the upreme Council puts upon record its uanimous and unqualified approval f the strike on the New York Central Hudson Uiver Railway but owing o the fact that the Order of Knights f Labor is not a member of the Fed- rated Order of Railway Employes, he laws of the Supreme Council do >ot permit its diing more than it has done to aid the Knights of Labor, and ts inability to participate otherwise in he strike is now known and appreci- ited by Powderly. A Murdered. By Associated Press.] BOISE CITY Aug. reached here this evening that Con- stable David Stoddard of Bingham county, Idaho, was cut to pieces with knives by Italians at Beaver Canyon yesterday. The Italians quarreled among themselves, and Constable Sloddard, fearing bloodshed, stepped in to preserve order. The entire band turned upon him and stuck him fill of holes with knives and completely severed his head from his body. Six arrests have been made, aud lynching ing is feared if the guilty parties are found. California Katlroad B> Associated Press.] Aug. The State Board of Equalization has assessed the railroads in this State as follows: California Pacific Railway, f Central Pacific, Northern California Railway, North- ern Railway, San Fran- cisco Northern Pacific, 000; Southern California, 000; Southern Pacific, Carson Colorado, Nevada California, Nevada County Narrow-nauge, North Pacific Coast, Pacific Coast Rail- way, South Pacific Coast Railway, Atlantic Pa- cific, Pullman Palace Car Company, Pullman Palace Car Company, Total, '_______ To-day's Kaees. By Associated Press 1 SARATOGA, Aug. The first race, three-quarters of a mile, the Variella filly won, Avalon second and Eugene third. Time, 1 :15. The second race, six furlongs, Ve- ronica won, Lady Pulsifer second, Al- mont third. Time, 1 The third race, Kenner stakes, Eng- lish Lady won, St. John second, Costa Rica third. The fourth raco, six furlongs, Pearl Set won, Mabel Glenn second, Mario Lovell third. Time, 1 The fifth race, one mile, Hyde won, Salute second, Marie third. Time, Bar silver, t LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. PACIFIC BREWERY, Soda Works and Granit Saloon. J. Or. Successor to George Becker. Beer by the Glass, Quart, Bottl or Keg at shortest Lngcr Beer of the best quality always o hand Ordent from the country receive prompt Rtteritlou. i'umnif rrlol How. Reno, Nevada Jyl2tr DEMOCRATS IN COUNCIL. le Voted for Mtate and The Stock Yard Strike Ended. A BRICK MAKERS' TIB UP. Brokers Still Discriminating Against Silver. The Tariff Bill Still Under Dis- ouaslon in the Senate. of Those To on the fur County Oeteeatt-s. The Democrats met last evening and decided on the following-named gen- tlemen to represent the in the State and County Conventions: FIRST WARD. State A. Jones, Richard Rvland. County F. La Motte. Hugh Campbell, I. N. Bakelens. T. E. Haydon, Joseph Frey, James Carroll. SECOND WARD. State Aguya, .T. C. linger man, B. C. Shearer, Al. White. County A. Waldo, Q. LaFaye, P. H. Mulcahy, J. W. Cun- ningham, Fred Hagerman, Benjamin Titus, H. E. Davis, O. H. Perry, James Long, Peter W. J. Golden, W. D. R. Graham, W. A. Wimer, H. Sample, S. Emricli, H. Bergstein, H. F. Ruhe, C. F. M. Lunge. THIRD WARD. State O'Keefe, J. J. Becker, F. Leinmon, R. S. O-tburn. Countv C. Updike, J. B. Cainn, T. A. Reed, VV. N. Knox, J. O'Neil, H. Orr, S. Jacobs, H. Morris, S. Peek. H. Davis, Jr., F. P. Lewis, M. Dixon, C. Gulling, J. Burke, H. J. Berry, B. Campbell, J. G. Kerth. A. O. U. W, List to Command. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Aug. 26. Captain Allen Reed, recently investigated by a naval court on charges preferred by Admiral Gillis, has been restored to his old command of the United States steamship Richmond. Koarly a Wlutlr Town Burned. By Cable aud Associated Press.] PESTH, Aug. fire broke out yesterday at Tokay, the entrepot for the noted Tokay wine, and the whole town, except thirteen houses, was de- stroved. of Grand OfHrrrs for the Kn- ftuInK Yrar. At the recent meeting of the A. O. U. Grand Lodge at Salt Lake the following Grand officers were elected: P. JJ. Dunne of Nevada, Grand Master Workman; H. J. Strickley of Utah, Grand Foreman; W. O'Donnell of Wyoming, Grand Overseer; L. M. Gi e of Nevada, Grand Guide; R. Fallen of Idaho, Grand Inside Watch J. B. Ruf- lerty of Nevada, Grand Outside Wati-h D. 'Thorhurn of Utah, Grand Re- corder W. V. Helfrich of Utah, Grand Receiver. 91 ore Delegates. The following gentlemen have been named to represent White Pine and Eureka counties in the State Convec- tion White C. Cleveland, H. A. Comins, W. N. McGill, J. B. Wil- liamson, O. H. G-ay, J. Cameron, H. Bnoh, E. Pomeroy. Wren. B. Gilinan, W. J. Smith, F. M. Heitnian, John Torre, W. J. Tonkin, C. Rossetti, M. Sclmtzlien, G. Cofrenke, J. L. Fast, I. Falconer, A. Frazer, E. Curnow, P. Bluett. Proceedings. By Associated Press. J WASHINGTON, Aug 20. In the Sen- ate to-dav the memorandum offered yesterday by Aldrich fixing the time for the consideration of and voting on the Tariff bill was presented. After some discussion it was agreed to by unanimous consent. The conference report on the Sundry Civil Appropriation bill was read. The paragraph in regard to reservoir sites, which reserves from entry all such sites, was criticised by Sanders, who thanked the Senate conferees ironically for having sacrificed the in- terests of the people of Montana to the insatiable maw of the House. Allison defended the action of the Senate conferees. He explained the extreme difficulty which they encoun- tered dealing with the subject. He reviewed briefly the history of the irrigation survey, and charged that the House was responsible for engrafting the reservations in the arid land pro- vision in the Sundry Civil Appropria- tion bill in 1888, thereby causing all the trouble. He avowed it as having been the intention of the Senate con- ferees to have the whole irrigation scheme wiped out of existence as far as possible, but they had been con- fronted by people who insisted that the survey should go on and become f part of the settled and permanent pol icy' of the Government. The resuli has been the provision now propped to be inserted in the bundry Civil bil' That provision was not what he woulc have wished it to be. It was not what the Senate conferees wished, but was the best solution they could secure. Reagan defended the past action of Congress in the matter of reserving the reservoir sites from settlement, and said that if it had not been for that reservation those lands would be held by speculators and syndicates. After some dubate the conference re- port was agreed to and the Tariff bill was again taken up. HOUSE. In th9 House the first business was the Conger lard bill, the vote upon the passage of which on Saturday-was in- conclusive, owing to the absence of a quorum. Baker of New York argued that the other business on the Speaker's table must first be disposed of. After con- siderable debate on the suV.ject, Speaker Reed decided that the ques- tion before the House was the roll-call on the passage of the lard bill. Mason of III appealed from the de- cision. On sustaining the decision the vote showed no quorum, and a call of the House was ordered. The strike. By Associated Press.] CHICAGO, Aug. strike of the switchmen of the Stock Yards Switching Association, after an adjust- ment of the grievances of the engineers and firemen yesterday, put a new phase on the situation, and this morn- ing it was dissolve the association and allow each road to do its own switching. The old men were told that their services were no longer needed and others were procured to do the switching. Superintendent Marsh went to the stock yards this morning at the head >f 300 men to take charge of the police arrangements there and see that no acts of violence were committed by the itrikers. The stock yards tinkers have given up the Huht, and wilUthis after- noon asking to- be taken back4 at the old rates of wages. I Another Mtrlke. By Associated Press.! CHICAGO, Aug. switchmen on the Chicago Alton road bave .truck because the company wishes to put one of its old employes in charge >f tlie yard at Brighton. About 45 men are out altogether. The pasaen- jer trains are moving all right but the ;reight trains are tied up. Htenmer Arrivals. By Cable and AHSOdnted LIVERPOOL, Aug. the ity of New York from New York. NEW YORK. Aug. the Elbe from Bremen. LONDON, Aug. Teutonic passed the Fast-net lightat this afternoon. FURNISHING GOODS, HATS BOOTS AND SHOES. 1SQO My Summer Stock Is Now Complete, of- -4- The Latest and Best -------OF------- Men's and Boys' Clothing, Underwear, Socks, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, All Suedes and Patterns, L Windsor Ties and Dode Bows. OTOAUf AWOBTMENT Of oTDAIAf UATO OI "All nA U -Men's, Boys and Children's Q KAW IW U All grades and colon. All grades and colors. A full line of J. B. Stetson Co. FINE HATS In all grades. HATS of the BETTER THAN GOLD. RESTORED HER HEALTH. Vox 85 years I roflorcd from bolta, other blood affections, taking during that lime great quantities of dlflcrcntmcdlclncs with- out giving me any perceptible relief. Fricnde Induced me to try S. a. S. It Improved mo from the start, and after taking several bottles, re- my health as for as I could hope (or at ny which Is now sweaty-five MBS. 8. M. LUCAS, Bowling Green. Ky. A Large Assortment of Men'? and Boys' Suspenders. SDOERLAND'S 5O SHOE. BiittoUace.Coiress MY STOCK OF EAM KING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. The Riverside Mill Company is put- tinK in a wheat elevator at the mill. It holds bushels and will save a good deal of liftinu and handling. CARU1EK SWALLOWS. Maid to Fly Much than ITI N C'ctim P 'er does no- contain Ammonia, Ltme or Aluin Dr. Hroo's vorlngKxtraotH, Wmon, Orauge, Almond. etc., do not coutuln poisonous olla or chemicals. PRICE BAKINO POWDER 00.. New York. Chicago, and Fnrnelseo The success attending the experi- ments in France with carrier swallows ia marvelous. These quick-winged birds prove to be about three as swift as pigeons, cost much less, and are far less liable to fxll victims to liirdH of pray. The swallows a  the lorraatfon of wrlukle ea-iuK druggists. the pro- For sale by all jy-Jlyl -FOR- M. I. S. T., ARTISTS MATERIALS Fresh Garden Seeds, Diamond Spectacles, fel. J. HODGEINSOK'S DRUG STORE. VIRGINIA STREET, KENO In order to raise this amout we will continue to sacrifice our elegant stood of DRY AND FANCY GOODS Renrfa of Cost! For Cash Only! Town Property! T HAVE VERY CHOICE RESIDENCE L property for sale Situated mile rom the KallroaC depot and one-fourth mile "rom the State University. _ots 80 Feet Front and 24.0 Feet Deep. WATER 1WITH THE PROPERTY. Fine Soil, large shade trees. If you wish-to make a home, come and mchijti B. X1. WE HAVE A SURPRISE IN 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 whicl- you can have your choice of the following: Q GI ve you one of those Combs. R FTS Give silver-Plated Su8ar Shell or one Novelty Hair Pin. 1A TIPTCFTS ooe silver-plated Butter or a pair of very pre.ty n m7WO Give you the choice of a fine rolled gold plate Lace Pin. a ol 12 1S gold Trout Cuff Pins, a novelty Interlocking Glove Buttoner of One gold plate or a handsome Bangle. TICKETS GIve you one elegant Lace pin or a pair o K. 69 ARCADE SALOON. H. E. DAVIS CO., PROPRIETORS. THIS SALOON HAS BKEN RECENTLY fitted up in the roost modern style, and is presided Harry pavis.late of toe Depot Hotel, who.n everybody knows. The Bar Is Second to None In the State, being always provided with bestofeveryOira; Give you the choice of a set ot Rogers' Tea SDOOIIS, a beautiful Lace Pin, a lovely pair of stylish Bracelets handsome Necklace iperb pair of Ear Rings or Giveyou thechoiceof Rogers' K fine rolled gold plate Bracelets, a very choice pair of a set of Rogers' Forks. 50 Give you the choice of a most elnborate pair of fine rolled gold plate Bracelets, a very stylish fine rolled gold plate Necklace or net of Rogers' Table Spoons. This is no Lottery. No Humbug. ing. Mr. Daris a call and be convinced FOR MEN ONLY! PorXost or Taflfal lUIHOOD; feseral urf 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 yon will receive the choice of any of the above articles according to the amount of tickets you may hold. Call and toe these PREMIUM in our mammoth store. are on exhibitiot Parties costs, indebted to us must pay up at once and save SPAPFRf   

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