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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - August 29, 1890, Reno, Nevada -JOB WORK The Neatest, The Best, At the Gazette Office. VOL. XXIX. Pr'ntt8i: Greyer than RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, FRIDAY; AUGUST NTO. 129. MISCELLANEOUS. Frea Traders Fighting the Tariff Bill. A TERRIBLE DUAL TRAGEDY. POWDER Absolutely Pure. A eream of tartar baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. U. S. Government Report, Any. It', 1889. Murder and Suicide Francisco. in San Reported Case.- of Cholera ANNOUNCEMENTS. c.ir-'s inserted under this head for payable in advance. For Constable. SW. UPSON HKKKBY ANJfOUNCKS himie fas a candidate for C instable of Reno Township, subject to the decision of the Republican County Comelitiou County Commissioner. TAMKS SULLIVAN _....... _ HIM- self us a candidate for Lonj? Trrm County ComiaU'uoner, subject to the decision of the Republican County Conveiition____________ For County Clerk. W. A. FOGG HKRI'BV ANNOUNCKS himself a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the decUioii of the Republi- can County Convention. For Sheriff. W. H CAUGHL1N ___________ self as .a candidate for subject to the decision Convention. ANNOUNCES HIM- ______ite for of the Republican County Short Term Commissioner. WM. ANNOUNCES 10 a candidate for Short Term Com- inissioiK't, subject to the decision of the Re- publican County Convention. For Commissioner. RW I'ARRY HEREBY ANNOUNCES himseli for the office of Ions term Commissioner, subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. County Commissioner. DAN O'CONNOR HfcJtEBY ANNOUNCES himself f r the offke ol County Cominis- monrr OIIK subject to the decision ol the .Republic.m County Convention. County Comm esloner. WP. M'LAUCHLIN HHRFDY AN- uounces himseli as a candidate for County Commissioner (long subject to the decision of the Democialic County Con- ventlolf.___________________________ County Clerk. HW. mGGINS JIEREUY ANNOUNCES himself as a candidate (or County Clerk, subject to the decision of the Republi- can County Convention.__________________ Foi County Clerk. IHKRKDY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS A can idnte for the office of Clerk of Washoe County, .subject to the decision ol the Republican County Con-ention. ORLANDO KVANS. MRS, GRAHAM'S encumber and Eider Flower Cream, II YOU EVEK Mrs Graham's Cuoumbor and Elder Flower Cream? Jf nut. Bt-n'l to Miss G bbs, Milliner, at liono, or to druggist and get a boti Ic to try It IB btiperjii for 'TVS cli-anHlngtii6bkln A it Is a ereotumol- Hent. keeping the skin free narsb ness anddrynesa. It IB a comp'ete protection against thu ef- fects of an'l wind. When you go out o the country or BOB- resort you Hill IIml It au Invaluable pro eotlon to the complexion. It IB not greasy or clammy or sticky And It keeps OiosLIn bolt nnd umootliand prevents ttio lormaUon of It Is not a It Is nutnre's own treatment lor the pro- tection of the sk.n One dollar periAottle. For sale by all lear.InK druggists, jyilyl C. NOVACOVICH. H. J. BERRY. BERRY NOVACOVICJI, ----Wftqlesale and Retail Dealers in---- Groceries, Provisions, FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, Fish: aii In season. FRUITS OK KINDS, Wmes, I.muors, Cigars, Tobacco, Crockery. We carrv a fine assortment of FANCY GROCI-.KIhS. Corowereial Row, Reno, Nevada. PACIFIC BREWERY, Reno Soda Works and Granite Saloon. J. O 'Sa'eeessorto Georgp Becker. Beer by the GHass, Qaart, Bottle or Keg at shortest notice. Lager Boer of the belt quality always on" hand Orders from the country receive prompt attention. Commercial How. Keno. Nevada. I Proceedings. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Aug. the Sen- ate to-day Itlnir presented a memorial from the Women's National Industrial League for the suppression and pun- ishment of "armed assassins known as Pinkerton's detectives." Referred to the Judiciary Committee. Edmunds offered a concurrent reso- lution, which went over, that when Congress adjourns on the 19th of Sep- tember, it will be to.tnect on the 10th of November. The Tariff voa then taken up, the pending question being on the Finance Committee's amendment to paragraph 307, which taxes salt in bags and packages 12 cents per 100 and in bulk S cents, the amendment being to strike out the provision allowing drawbacks on salt used in exported meats. McPherson moved'to strike out the entire parauraph, the effect of which would be to place salt on the free list. Colquitt advocated McPherson's amendment, and read an extract from a speech made by Benton in the Sen- ate half a century ago against the salt tax. Hoar asked whether Benton had not made that speech about the same time he 'made another speech declaring Oregon and the -a hole of the Pacific coast territory as utterly worthless for agricultural purposes. Reagan remarked that Webster said substantially the same thing. McPherson's amendment was re- 15, nays 29, a strict party Vest made the point that to strike out the provision for drawbacks as proposed would discriminate against meats, as the salt used in preserving them could not be identified for reim- portation under the general provisions of the Act; that there was a special provision in the case of salt nsed in preserving fish. Vest argued in favor of free salt, the natural production of which was found in inexhaiiHtible quantities in every country in the woilil and in almost every State in the Union. He hnd seen a deposit of rock salt in Louisiana which would supply this world and five worlds like it for on illimitable time. Why, then, should English salt be taxed, when the dairymen and pork packers and beef packers would use it, no matter what duty was oa it. Cullom argued against striking out the provision paragraph. He had written to a pork packer in his S.ute, inquiring whether the general provis- ion (section 24) would allow a draw- back in that business, and the reply was it would not. The export trade, he said, demanded foreign salt. He had always been in favor of protection, even in the matter of salt, but this was not a question oi protection to the Ainei icon export meat j business. i After further discussion on the salt paragraph a vote was taken on the committee's amendment to strike out this provisiin. The proviso was not struck 15, nave 31. The Republican Senators who voted against the Finance Committee's amendment wore Allison, Cullom, Edmunds, Hawley, Ingalls, Jones of Nevada, Mitchell, Platt, Plumb, Sher- man, Teller, Washburn and Wilson of Iowa. The conference report on the joint resolution for the relief of destitution in Oklahoma was presented and agreed to. It directs the application of the unexpended balance for the relief of persons in the region overflowed hy the Mississippi to the relieving of citizens of Oklahoma rendered destitute by the unexampled drought there. A Iknnble Tragedy. By Associated Press.] SAN FBANciiWfcAug. Late this afternoon John 3VL Cheneweth, pro- prietor '6f the Peerless Saloon of this city, shot and killed Richard T. Car- tpll, well-known wholesale liquor dealer, and their committed suicide. Carroll had long- been prominent in business, politics and athletics. He was one of the original members of the Olympic Club. He leaves a wife and several children- It appears that Cbenoweth owed Carroll a large sum of money, and was summoned to Carroll's office to make arrangements for its payment. Chen- oweth disputed the amount claimed, and- while Carroll was going over the ledger with his bookkeeper Chenoweth stepped up behind and, putting a 45- caliber pistol to the of Carroll's head, blew his brains out. then stepped into a back room and shot himself through the head, dying instantly. The ChleBKO Htrlkea Off. By Associated Press 1 CHICAGO, Aug. At noon to-day the collapse of every strike in this city had occurred, and worK in the stock yards was begun in earnest at 1 o'clock tliis afternoon. As the result of a conference the Alton switchmen have recognized their mistake and returned to work. The men agree to hereafter refrain from trying to dictate to the company in the matter of hiring or promoting its men, but reserve the right to appeal to the officers of the company for a redress of grievances. The switchmen at the stock yards held a meeting this morning and de- clared the strike off, to go into effect at 1 o'clock to-day. Mtnte Convention. By Associated Press.] OCALA Aug. There will be no convention of the Florida Re- publicans this year. The State Cen- tral Committee yesterday put the following ticket in nomination Comp- troller, L. D. Ball; Supreme Court Judge, J. C. Challeti. SILVER .PURCHASES, What Pclftrderly Has to; Say. PEACE 11 CWTRAL AMERICA. Mrs. Harrison son, Moves to Cres- N. J. Three People Periah in the Flames.. A Kfportpil By Cable and Associated Press.) VIENNA, Aug. Some excitement was caused to-day by a report that a patient in the Central hospital in this city was suffering from .cholera. Bar silver. 119. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The Why Club. When the Why Club was started it was predicted by a few of the obstruc- tionists who consider it their bounden duty to oppose and opp'ess every un- dertaking not originated by themselves that it was to be a failure. Yet to-day it lives, and will continue to live, doing good to its fortunate members, and in its way rendering aid to the well-being of pociety. It is not avowedly or other-vise particularly interested in political quest! HIS, yet no doubt at this time such measures will be adopted by the organization as will at least, promote qualified men to offic3, and endeavor to suppress the influence of corruptive measures. May it con- tinue. of fteuo money to on Mc- Cormaok. From notices in the Virginia Enter- prise nnd Virginia Chronicle it would seem that Keogh stock is above par, but the Reno sports wish to announce that lota of Reno money is ready be- hind McCormack, who, by his gentle- manly conduct and clever work, has made" a host of friends, eager to wager a few shekels on his chances of suc- cess. The clever Danny Needham and Matt Brannan of Carson will be in Mr. McCormack's corner on the night of the battle. PROFESSOR ALFRED HAYMAW Gives thorough instruction in Vocal and Instrumental Music Orders may be left at O. J Brookins', Beno HOUSE. The House went jnto Committee of the Whole on the private calendar. Unitary Iteservatioa Abandon- ment. By Associated Press.J WASHINGTON, Ang. Acting Secretary of War has directed the abandonment of the military reserva- tion at Hot Springs, Ark., as a mili- tary reservation, and its transfer to the Interior Department for disposition tinder the law. Read the ad. of a girl wanted to do cooking. L. F Warner, the civil engineer, formerly in the employ of the N.-C.-O. Railroad, passed east to-day. MONSTER PIECE OF URAN1TE Itecently Taken Prom a state of Vinalhaven, Maine, claims to have produced the largest stone ever brough to light. The Bodwell Granite Com- pany recently qnanied a shaft of gran ite which is the largest piece of stom everquarriedanywhere.and, if erected will be the highest, largest and heavies piece of solid standing, or tha ever stood, so far as any record can be found. In height it considerably ex oeeds any of the Egyptian obelisks The tallest of these, which wasbrongb from Heliopolis to Alexandria by Em peror Constantino, and afterward taken to Rome, where it is still stand ing, is 105 feet 7 inches high, whil the Vinalhaven shaft is 115 feet long 10 feet cquare at the base, and weigh 850 tons. It is un'derstood, sayp Stone that the company quarried this inj monse monolith of their own account not having an order for anything o the kiud, and they suggest that would be a fitting contribution from Maine for the monument to be erecte in honor of General Grant. T For "summer saya Be L. Bfar, a nromlnent druggist of Los Angfl-a, Ol., ''I know of no remedy xnre an'l cafe to uxe Chamber- twin's Couich, Chotnra and Diarrhoea Mr. not alone Iu that opinion, as, whpre- Aver known, the remedy IH pralseJ by nil who use it. For bale by Shoe- maker Co. A Encounter. FOBT DonoB, Iowa, Aug. Roberts of Bancroft, a small town north of here, tells a strange story of a desperate encounter with a mysteri- ous wild animal on the banks of the Des Moines river. On Saturday while Roberts was hunting for his calves, he attacked by a ferocious animal According to his account the animal bore a resemblenco of a panther, It sprang upon him from a bunch of weeds on' the edge of an adjoinfng slough, clearing ten feet at tho first bound, knocking him down and cover- ing his whole face with its enormous mouth, displaying at the same time n huge set of blunt, yellow teeth. He says tho animal was about six feet long, heavy in front, but slim through the flank. It was of a yellow-gray color, with black streaks overtheeyes. The neck was thick, and the head nearly as large as a cow's. He said the combat lasted nearly an hour, dur- ing which time he walked backward- in front of the ferocious beast for over eighty yards. He was knocked dowu everal times by the beast, but sue- ceded in freeing himself from its rasp time. Roberts called oudly for help, and was heard for over alf a uiile. Help came none too BOOH, or he was nearly exhausted. Tho an- nul escaped into tho woods. Powd-rly Talks Again. y Associated Press.] NEW YORK, Auff. 28. mukes the following statement, com- minting on Chief Arthur's letter: The main question has not been otiched upon by Arthur in anything have seen yet. A simple expression rom his lips in opposition to tho tak- ng of the places of the firemen by the ngineers who are Brotherhood men, would settle the matter, and that he has not done yet. Those who took the places of he engineers on the "Q" road had ilready abandoned the Knights before hey did that act of treachery. When hey went West from Reading, I warned the order and organized labor gainst them and did it publicly. A'hen ftargeant, for whom I have tl e greatest respect, wired me, asking if hese men represented me in any way, my answer was: They violate their ibligation as Knights in doing as is epresented; pay no attention to them. They represent no one but themselves, mid their actions will not be sustained iy the order of the Knights of Labor. Such men should be ostracised by all loiiest men.' Peace KstablUhed. By Associated Fress.l WASHINGTON, Aug. Sec- retary Wharton to-day received a lele- gram from Minister Mizner of Guate- mala, dated the" 28lh inst., as follows: I went again to Acajutla, in Salva- dor, on Monday, with three of the diplomatic corps, and met the pro- visional President and several hundred of the ieading men of the Republic. The basis of peace was explained and slightly modified, and was accepted and signed by General Ezeta, afier which we returned here, and Guate- mala also accepted and signed it. Both parties have been officially noti- fied to retire their armies within forty- eight hours, and to reduce them to a peace footing in eight days. This establishes peace in Central America. Three People Thought to Have rrrtahrd. By Associated Press.J PORT HURON Aug. tunnel house was burned last night, and one of the female employes was burned to death. Two men who were in the house at the time cannot bb found, and it is feared they met their death in the flames. The house was a big wooden building and was occui pied by the diggers and shovelers of the tunnel. A Combina- tion, By' Associated Press GUTHRIE Aug. Leg- islature was organized this morning by a combination of Democrats and Alliance members. Hon. George Goldshire, an Alliance member from Payne county, was chosen President of the council. In the lower House it was that the Democrats and Alliances had combined and had 14 votes out of 25. Temporary Chairman Colson adjourned the timi.-t- until two o'clock this afternoon, when Hon. N. A. Daniels, Alliance member, will un- doubtedly be elected Speaker. FCfc GOODS. HATS BOOTS AND SHOES.' The Bomb By Cable and Associated Press.) TJUESTK, Aug. 29. Much excite- ment was caused here last night by the explosion of a bojnb in the door- ,way of tffe headquarters. An- other bomb with the fuse burning was found in the railway station in time to prevent a dreadful calamity. nllver Purchase. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Aug. 29. The offers to the Government to-day amounted to ounces. Tho amount purchased was ounces at and ounces at The majority offered was at a wry high price. or the Family. By Associated Press.] CAI-B MAY (N. Ang. The President's family left for (JiesBcn this morning in a special car attached to the regular express train of the AVebt Jersey Kail road. A WOMAN UAKROTED. The Hame Manner of Kxerntion toe Practice A Madrid dispatch to a London paper Thirty thousand inhab- itants of Madrid, mosily women, as- sembled outsido'the great pmou-wtilK opposite the scitfloid upon which a woman wax to be executed. Accord- ing lo tbs Spanish custom, thiu was done by Ntrangulufon. Tno crin Innl ills on a wooden bench before a post, warnm which thw neck Is prossod and broken by an iron collar. Thin exf- ouiion exuiied trHinmitlous Interest In cUssns of uouioly, nnd particul rly -tuioiiK rhe lower onlHM. Many woro diasatis flirt with the sen I once, b-ctiiisc it wan believed that thin servant-girl wan not alnne in the- murder of her mistress. She conf ssttd ilium of the crime, but Accused anothnr woman, wbo was HH iteiicud to poiml servitude, with b'nig prlnitlpal actor in tlie tragedy. The Madrid pitpurs on this occasion (live vivid lescrlptlons of the ho'rors of the nrpht-n' svntfltn, by which a convict in shut up for thiny houra with Irais prioMs saying nuiBHtwand prayers, and Keeping the wretched criminal in Jie prHKotirO of his or herHpproachlng tate. In tola catatbe wonwfc had to parried to the scaffold half-In- sensible. Slimmer Stock Is Now Complete, i Consisting oN- The Latest and Best Styles 4 Men's and Boys' Clothing, Underwear, Socks, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, All and Patterns, Collars, Cnfis, Windsor Ties and Dide Bows. SPAWHAtS All grades and colon. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Men's, "Roys add Children's STRAW HATS All grades and A full line of J. B. Stetson Co. FINE HATS In all grades. of the Best Grade. A Large Assortment of Men's and Boys' Suspenders. SO SHOE. A SNAKE COUNTRY. Jlulnrlu 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 color's. All Goods sold Ladies' and at the Lowest Possible Price. Gent's Boots and Shoes made to order; Repairing neatly done. F. LEVY BROTimi. Where Had WhiNk.v unit Predominate. A well known rancher hvini: near Pleasant Grove, formerly known by .hoslgnifiuent name in Suiter ponnty, Cal., informs Ihe Sacramento Record Union an amphib- ious serpant, over forty feet long nnd lullv suvnn feet In dimaeter, is prowl- ing around ihe sloughs and tule lands of (bat vicinity, and HHS been Keen by of his neiKhiiory. No one familiar wltU "Online Eve" will doubt ttiMttbey hdve teen the monster and itiaiiv others of Maine kind, unlis< hure bus been a chaniin of neighbors. ago "Gouge-Eye" waH, and urnbAlilv still an ideal Democratic Tbare was only one Re- PostHiHS'er-iri the pUce, he surrounding t-loiiKhs and lules bred iimlaria, and It took a great dt-al whisky and quinine to ketp the "GougB-Eyetes in condition. It IH a country for WANTED, ON OR BEFORE SEPT. 1, 1890. DRY Advice to Mothvrn. MRS. WINSLOW'S SeOTHino SYROP should al be for Children teething. It soothes the child, softens the all 1 nai i-. wind colic, and is the beet rem d ibr dlprrhivn. 1 t-tnv-mt Tariff By Cable and Associated Frew.] PARIS, Aug. negotiations between France and the United Slates relative to the American tariff are ap- proaching a favorable conclusion. WASHINOTON, Aug. Gov- ernment will remove the duty on French art worku, and Frant-e will remove the prohibition against Amer- ican pork. With your name and address, moiled to the Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga., fa necessary to obtain an interesting treat- ise on the blood and the diseases Incident to it. s s s Skin Eruption Cured. Oto of my customers, a highly respected and Influential citizen, but who U now absent from, the city, basoned Swift's Specific with result. H.) raya It cured him of a akin eruption that he had been tormented with for thirty years, and bad reaMed the curative of many other BOBEBT Cusoo, Druggist. Falls City, Neb. NEW TO-DAY. Board of Trade Nesting NOTICE IS HERKBV GIVEN TO AL memoes otth Slate Board of Trade tha there will b a meeting of the Board at th Cjurt Uous- in Reno on Wcdnes ay evening September3, 1890. atSo'clock.forthepurpo'. of conaiderinsf what nctio shjuld be taxen by the with reference to the holding of a constitutional convention. A full attend- ance is dealre I By order of the President. ALLEN C. BRAGG, Secretary. In order to raiso this amcut we will continue to sacrifice our elegant stood of AND of FANCY GOODS For M Only! WK HAVE A SURPRISE IN STORE FOR YOU. For every dollar's worth of goods you buy of us dur- ng this sale we will give you a premium ticket, for which you can have your choice of the following: o THTf'iriT'T'Vl Give you one of those Combs. o rflTf "If PT'Q Give you one silver-plated Sugar Shtll or one Novelty Hair Pin. si Give you one silver-plated Butter .Knife, or a pair of very IU J. J. O Bracelets. Give you the choice of a fine rolled gold plate Lace Pin. a pair ol 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 choi-e Har Rings. Give you the choice of a set of Rogers' TVa Snoons, a beautiful JL M. 0 Lace Pin, a lovely pair of stylish Bracelets ora handsome Necklace Give you the choice of a set of Rogers' Knives, a superb pair of 1 AV-i Jt-El J. O fine rolled gold plate Bracelets, a very choice pair of Kar or n set of Forks. Give you the choice of a most elaborate pair of fine rolled fold plate Bracelets, a very stylish fine rolled gold plait Necklace or bet of Rogers' Table. Sppous. OV 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 yon will receive the choice of any of the above articles according to the amount of tickets you may hold. Call and fee these PREMIUM are on exhibitior in our mammoth store. _ M Parties costs, indebted to us must pay up at once and save SPAPFRf
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