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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 2, 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, 1UESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1890. MISCELLANEOUS. MISCELLANEOUS. Highest of all in Leavening S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, i Baking Powder Hale's Speech on the Tariff Bill. ABSOLUTELY PURE ANNOUNCKMENTS. can's inserted under thin head foi is, payable in adv.mce. For Constable. SW. UPSON HKREBY ANNOUNCES hlmsc fas a candidate for C ,ustnblc of Reno Township, subject to the decision of the Republican County Cou-eiition County Commissioner. JAMKS SULLIVAN ANNOUNCES HIM self as a candidate for Long Term County Commissioner, subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention.________ For County Clerk. WA. FOGG HEREBY ANNOl'NCES him-.elf ..H a candidate for Comity Clerk, siityret to the decision of the Republi- can Coniily Convention. For Sheriff. CAUGHL1N ANNOUNCES HIM- for Sl-erill. of the Republican County self "as candidate for Sljenli. subject to ckcision Convention. Short Term Commissioner. WM. MKKKILL ANNOUNCES HIMSELF ii-, a candidate for abort Term Com- missioner. Mitycct to the decision of the Ke- publican County Convention. For Commissioner. I'ARRY HEREBY ANNOUNCES liiinsell for the office of Ions? term Commissioner -ubject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. County Commissioner. O'CONNOR HEREBY ANNOUNCES J7 himsLl. f r the offi.e ol County Coiumis- B.UIUT OIIK subject to the decision ol the Republic in County Convention. County Comm ssioner. I'. M LAUGHLIN HERT'HY AN- T noiinces himsell as a candidate for County Cotnmiv-ioner (long subject to the decision ul the Democratic County Con- venlion._________________________ County Clerk. HIOO1X8 himsell as a candidate (or County Clerk, sulijcct to the decision of the Rcpubh- cau CouiHy Con on.__________________ Fen County Clerk. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSKLK AS A can idnte for the office of Cl.-rk of Washoe County. Miliject to the dec.-.ion ol the Republican County Coii-cntion. ORLANDO I-.VANb. The, ArkanHBH Election. By Associated Press.l ST. Louis, Sept. Little Rock (Arkancas) correspondent of the Post- Dispatch telegraphs that the cowling of votes in the Third ward is yet completed, and there ,sre fears of tioirtile. The vote from Eastman township bronnht in last night was closely guarded by armed men. The Capital City Guards (colored) were disbanded this morning, and Adjutant- General England to'jk cbp.rge of their arms. Thin was done because it was rumored that tho arms might be used to make trouble. The returns from tho election are coining in-slowly. A large vote was polled and several days must elapse before the full returns will bo obtained. A lyOMt Mtenmer By Cable and Associated Press.l LONDON, Sept. 2. Tho British steamer Portnense, Captain Hews, which arrived from Now York on Au- gust 19th for Para, lias5 foundered near Anegada Island, British West Indies. Nineteen of her crew are known to have been saved. The Captain, first mate, third oftVer, chief engineer, two stewards, boatswain, carpenter, a fire- man and a seaman are missing. Tho liPSiility Slot Denied. By Associated Press.) CITY OF Sept. Mex- ican press unanimously condemns the death of Gonenxl Martin Barrundia, the Guatenialian revolutionist, claim- ing that the American captain, Pitts, should not have surrendered him, though the legality of the act is not denied. C. NOVACOVICH. H. J. BERRY. BFMY NOVilCOVICII, ___Wholesale and Retail Dealers in----- Groceries, Provisions. FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, Fish: aifl: Oysters In season. FRUITS Ok- AI.l. KINDS. Wines, Liquors, Ciyars, Tobacco, Crockery. We cnrrv a fine assortment of' FANCY GROCERIES. Commercial Row, Heno, Nevada. PACIFIC BREWERY, Reno Soda Works and Granite Saloon. J GL KE RTH, to George Becker. Boer by the Glass, Quart, Bottle or Kog at shortest notice. Lager Beer of tlio boat quality always on hand Orders from tho country receive prompt attention. C'omuirrclul Itrno, Nrvarto Board of Tiade Meeting VOTICK IIKRK11Y ____ GIVEN TO ALL mcmbesotth State Board of Trade tha there will b- a meeting (if the Board at th< Cmirt Hoii'.e Reno on Tuesday evening September j. 1890. at S o'clock, for the purpose of coiiMclerintr what actio- should be tanei by the Ho ird with reference to the holding o a constitutional co ivention. A full attend nncc is desired. By order of the President. ALLKN C BRAGG, Secretary. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. A IMace. Undo Stroh have an ad- vertisement in to-day's GAZETTE that the weary and ttiirpty public would do ll to heed. Tho i-hop house and ging accommodations in connection with tho saloon make it a desirable to stop. Itaten Kates have been made with tho V. T. railroad for the' Keoyh-McCor- mack contest at Virginia City, Sept. Hound-trip tickets, "till the day after, There are undelivered messages at tho Union office for G. Kirch, Mr. and G R Hudson. WOMKX CLEKKS. Kxcellcd the by a l.arjie Per- AX EIGHT-HOUR CONGRESS. Fatal Railroad Accident Near Tacoma. A DABINQ TRAIN ROBBERY. English War Vessels Visit the French Fleet. The Now York Independent says: Hero is a fact more itmn Interesting; It In important. It Is ibe statement matie by Superintendent Porter about the relative efficiency of the male and tV-mxlb clerku In counting with the electrical machines the population re- turiiH made by the census enu operators: "The average number counted hj the women clerks was famUlex or and hv the men clerks f-iuiHies or 32.635 TIIUH It will'twst-en ihm the women average nearly one-half more limn ihe men. It in also worth noting tlmt of the fiiriy-ihreft that con, led more than thlriy-eighl were women ami only tlve men. Thwe fuels indeed, the of ihe entire six WHcke, show that women are better adapted to this particulur work than men. They more exact in touch, morn in handl nst schedules, more at home in adjusting the dulica'e mechanism of tbe um- ohinf, and apparently more ambitious to make a good record." Now, if the male eleik is average male and the (finale cletk the averatre ihe casenpeinsended EV9OST PERFECT MADE. NEWJYORK'S GREAT CHEMIST. This is to certify that I have analyz rk Billsvte Hospital Mtdteal College, Prof Chemistry and Physics in the College of tbe city of New York. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Sept. the Sen- ate Evarts presented resolutions of the Buffalo Merchants Exchange favoring reciprocity not only with the nations to the south, but with them on the north. The House bill regarding lotteries, rejwrted from the Postofflce Commit- tee, was placed on the calendar, with a notification by Sawyer that he would ask its consideration as soon as tbe Tariff bill is passed. The Tariff bill was then taken tip and the sugar schedule considered. Carlisle gave notice that he would move to strike out all paragraphs rela- tive to smtar bounties. Hale offered a reciprocity amend- ment of which he had given notice on the 19th of June, and addressed the Senate upon it. The desirability of such interchange of products as the amendment proposed, he said, had been a subject which had given rise to the closest attention, and had re- sulted in grave and pertinent sugges- tions from eminent public men of the United States during the lust 3a years. Whoever had seen the gradual falling off of American trade wi'h the Central and South Isles of the sea must have witnessed those conditions with the greatest impatience. The people of all those countries had a common in- terest with the people of the United States. Alluding to the late Pan- American Congress, Hale said it proved that the same considerations which had their influence in the United States were also moving in the minds of eminent men from our sister re- publics who took part in the proceed ings of that Congress, and that they pointed to one sure, inevitable the increase of trade between the United States and those people. Those considerations which applied to an ex- tension of trade and an increase of interchange of products, applied not only to the nations of Central and South America, but to the islands of the Spanish main. The bill introduced by Senator Coke to-d iy provides that hereafter no na- tional banks shall issue circulating notes, and authority is given to na- tional banks to loan money on real es- tate. HOUSE. In the House this morning Lacey of Iowa called up and the House pro- ceeded to the consideration of the Clayton-Breckinridge election case. An Movement. By Cable and Associated Press.) LIVERPOOL, Sept. the session ol the Trades Unions Congress to-day Mr. Watkin, President of thecongress, delivered an address, in which he said he hoped the results of the congress would encourage a great labor revival. The time had undoubtedly arrived to energetically try to reduce the working day to eight hours. He did not think a bill providing for such a working day should be forced through the House of Commons immediately, irre- spective of the wishes of tbe industries affected, but there was no reason why an eight-hour day should not be con- sidered immediately, as to those occu- pations which unmistabably wanted it He advocated a direct representation of labor in Parliament, State control o the railways and a solution of the lane question by naturalization. A By Associated Press. I MOBILE, Sept. Louisville Nashville cannon-ball train was last night held up at Pensaeola Junction by robbers, who entered the express car and compelled the uiesseuger to give up the contents Of the safe. It is not known at this time the extent of the loss. Having secured the valu- ables, the robbers jumped off and took to the woods. Engineer Bob Siaer says he was pulling out, and, just as the train got under way, he turned around and saw a man standing near him. Before he could ask a question or look twice, two big revolvers were in his face. He was then told to run his train up to the Escatubia river bridge, some miles distant, and stop on the bridge. There was nothing left for him- to do but to obey. engineer-was then told to get off bis engine, and did so. Then the robber directed Sizer to go to 'tho car and force an entrance, the robber putting a heavy inallet in his bund. Sizer did so, and burst open the car door. The express messenger, Archie Johnston, was standing in the car with a pistol in his hand, but, see- ing Sizer, he lowered it. The next minute he was covered and told todrop his gun, and he obeyed. Then the robber, aiandiug in the car door, com- pelled tbe messenger to open the safe and hand him all the money. While this operation was going on, the fellow was standing iu the door, coolly look- ing at his victims, and firing first on one side of the train and then tbe other to overawe the passengers and the train crew. When he got tin- money the robber told Sizor to follow him. The man showed the way to the engine, made Sizer pull out, and, with a parting shot and a wild yell, dashed off in the bushes and was lost to sight. A posse has left Flomation an- other has left Mobile in pursuit of the robber. Being Investigated. y Associated Press. I NEW YORK, Sept. 2. The State Joard of Arbitration Iwgan an investi- ation here to-day an to the difficultiec xisting between the New York Cen- al Railroad and the Knights of Labor. Third Arice-President Webb of the few. York Central was the first wit- ess. He said the company had no ontroversy with its employes. On he evening of August 4th a large lumber of the employes left, and their 'laces bad been filled. The alleged atiRe was that 78 members out of had been discharged. They were discharged for good cause, but nly seven of these men applied to the otnpany for information as to why hey were discharged. Subsequently a gentleman from another State called %nd wanted to know why the men were discharged, but the witness de- lined to give the reasons. This gen- leman was Mr. Holland. "Upon being cross-examined by Gen- ral Roger Pryor, Webb said he had lischargod the men on the reports from members of the secret service o! the otnpany. The charge itself was un- atisfactory service. An engineer amed Lee was discharged for unsatis- actory service. Lee was very arro- gant and insulting, and said he would ie up every wheel between here and luffalo if he did uot get some of Van- lerbilt's money. The New nampablre Democracy. By Associated Press.] CONCORD, Sept. Democratic State Convention was called to order by Chairman Stone. After the call md been read the the organization made permanent, the President, J. P. Bartlett of Manchester, was escorted to the chair, and delivered an address. The platform adopted declares that Republican tariff reform has resulted in heavier brrdens to the people, and denounces the McKinley bill as a "deed of conveyances to a combina- tion of manufacturers and trusts." It denounces tbe rulings of Reed as des- potism, aud tbe seating of the Montana Senators as grand larceny. It favore pension legislation, tariff reform, and denounces the Force bill. Charles H. Amsden of Penacoak was nominated for Governor. Fatal Kail road Wreck. Special to the GAZETTE.] TACOMA, Sept. an east-bound train wreck at Eagle Gorge last nigb sixteen persons were injured. Ben Young, a baseball urrpire, aud J. D Keppler of Red Bluff, Cal., are dead A special train with the wounded wi] arrive in Tacoma to-day. The wreck was caused by a broken rail. A Naval Visit. 'I By Cable and A woclated Press.] PARIS, Scot. responre to an invitation extended by Admiral Rie- under, naval commander at Toulon, the British Mediterranean squadron, vice-Admiral Hoskius commanding, entered the harbor at Toulon this morning. As the war-ships entered the harbor a salute of 21 guns was fired which was answered by the shore batteries. The flag of France was then hoisted upon the British flag-ship and saluted with fifteen guns. The Frnnch iron-clad Formidable and the Spanish iron-clad Pelayo, each ran the British ensign to the forcmasthead and fired a salute in its honor. NO. 132. FURNISHING GOODS, HATS BOOTS AND SHOES. A Mew By Cable and Associated Press.) LONDON, Sept. 2 long-pro- jected shipping union was formed London to-day. The-avowed object ii to deal with labor questions through- out the world, and especially to resist the tyranny of trade unions and to pro- tect employes and promote the (ring interests. An official report of the meeting avers that several passen- ger lines and the bulk of the cargo tnule were represented at the meeting. The union represented a capital of Manffulne of Success. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Sept. 1. Mr. Do Haven arrived in Washington yester- day. Upon the motion of McKenua he had been granted leave of absence for the remainder of this session, but he came back under the impression fhnt his presence here might be needed Alien the vote was reached on the Tariff bill, when reported by the Con- ference Committee. Air. De Haven is very sanguine of Republican success at tlje California State election. Htutrle Tax Convention. By Associated Press.] NEW YOHK, Sept. to day's meeting of the Single-tax Convention (here was formally organized a Na- tional League of the Single-tax Clubs of the United States." The Committee on Platform and Resolutions (Henry George, Chair- man) went into session, but will not report till to-morrow's meeting. My Summer Stock Is Now Complete, V Constating of------- -4- The Latest and Best Styles ._ ___ OF Men's and Boys' Clothing, Underwear, Socks, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, All Shades and Patterns, Collars, Cafe, Windsor Tta and Dude Bows, STW HATS All grades and colon. A. ASSORTMENT OF Men's, Boys and STRAW HATS All and colon. A full line of J. B. Stetson Co. FINE HATS In all grades. HATS of the A Large Assortment of Men'? and Boys' Suspenders. SUNDERLAND'S S2 SO SHOE. MY STOCK OF 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. TO THE EIGHT. Do not be imposed on by any of the mnnerOM imitations, labstltalee, etc., which are flooding the world. There only one Swift's Specific, and there Is nothing tike it. Oar remedy con. tains no Mcreary, Potash, Arsenic, or any pois- onous substance whatever. It builds op tbe gen- eral health from the first dose, and has never toned to eradicate contagious blood poison and Its effects from the system. Be sure to get the genuine. Send yonr address for our Treatise on Blood and Sk'.n Diseases, which will bo mailed free. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta. Oa. WANTED, ON OR BEFORE SEPT. 1, 1890. NEW TO-DAY. S Uncle Stroh Block TILL IN THE FIELD AND ARE HERE to stay. Their saloon, just west of the Res tauiant, isoneof thepleasantest places of re- sort in the town. They recently added A. Fine Lunch Counter, Where all the delicacies of the season can be had, and his beer In bottles and on draught cannot be beat for 5 cents on the coast. Connected with the house is lodging accora modatlon for 20 people; good clean beds and new airy rooms for 25 cents night. Give them a call and read the papers, sepa Reno Trackee W. 8. BAILEY, Propr. WtoteJe anfl Retail Batclier FRESH BEEF, MUTTON, FORK, VEAL and sausage constantly on hand. Hai An Protest. By Cable and Associated Press.] PARIS, Sept. Turkish sol- diers at Jerusalem have expelled the Franciscan the city. The Frem h CUDBU! protested against their expulsion bat without avail. Tcn Men Killed. By Associated Press.] NEW ORLEANS, Sept. 2. The Schwarz building, an immense four- story brick building, fell at tbw morning and it is reported that ten men are killed by the falling debris. This is one of the most crowded thor- oughfares of the city. It is found that only the scaffolding of the building had fallen, precipitat- ing five men to the ground. Harvey, a carpenter, was killed, and Wm. Ray and Henry Alibright, painters, were fatally injured, while two other paint- ers were painfully hurt. Crrprniers By Associated Press.] CHICAGO, Sept. great strike of journeymen carpenters opened this morning. At neither tbe headquarters of tbe journeymen nor the bosses is it knuwu to what extent tbe order to quit I work baa been obeyed. A Bacon and Mmoked Beef a Main Market, Virginia St Reno. Reno door from Ma sonic Building, Commercial Row. set Deft Fart Mineral Strings Hotel NOW OPEK FOR THE ACCOMMODA lion ot guests. By rail to Truckee; from there my stag runs daily on arrival of traiu from the West Boxrd and lodging, %it to per week: miles from Truckee; miles from Taho City. AH coramun'cations addressed ki.-e, Cal. J. B. SCOTT, Proprietor ivi_____ ____ F. LEVY BROTHER. In order, to raise this amout wo will continue to sacrifice our elegant etocd of DRY AND of FANCY GOODS For 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 whicV you can have your choice of the following: TICKETS Glve you onc of 8 TTflf PTS Give you one Susrar sht11 or one Hair pln- Irt TICKETS one Butter ,Knife, or a pair of very Give you the choice of a gold front Cuff Pins, a novelty In., gold plate or a handsome Bangle. locking Glove Buttouer of fine 2A TICKETS Giveyou one etegant pln or a ptir mTr'lTli'TC Give you the choice of a set ol Rogers' braatihjl 2O TlLJLHi 1S llacePui, a lovely pair of Bracelets handsome or Give you the choice of a set of 'Knives, a superb pair O9 A 1C JLEl L Kf fine rolled gold plate Bracelets, a very choice pair of Ear Rings or a set of Rogers' Forks. m Give you the choice of a most elaborate pair of fine rolled cold 11V JvE( J. (5 Bracelets, a very ntyllsh fine rolled gold plate Necklace or set of Rogers' Table Spoons. REMEMBER I KEMEMBER 1 YOU YOC CANNOT CANNOT GET TOBWORK riHEAPKR OR ET (JOBWORK OR NY B ETTER JOKE BY BY SENDIK ENC1N This is no Lottery. No Humbug. You buy onr goods cheaper than any other store in the State will sell them to yon, and in addition for no extra charge or expense you will receive the choice of any of the above articles according to tha amount of tickets you may hold. Call and tee these PREMIUM GOODS-they are on exhibition in our mammoth store. -WAV FROM WAV PROM T1 H 0ME. OME. Parties costs, indebted to us must pay up at once and save NEWSPAPER!   

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