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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 3, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                JOB WORK The Neatest, The Best, At the Gazette ENVELOPES Printed Cheaper than the Cheapest VOL. XXIX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, 1.890, MISCEI I AXEOU8." MISCELLANEOUS. Highest of all in Leavening S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889. Baking Powder PURE inserted under this head foi fs, payable in advance. For 'Constable. S- ,vf. rrsoN- 'HEREBY ANNOUNCES lilmse fni a candidate for of: Keuo Towiiship, subject to the decision of UK Republican Cuunty Con entioii County Commissioner. TAMKS SULLIVAN ANNOUNCKS HIM- a candidate fur IXMHJ Term County Commissioner, Mihjeut to the decision of the Republic.-u County Convention.___________ For County Clerk. W. A. I'OGCi ANNOl'NCKS lunistlf a 'or Cqiiiity Clerk, siilytct tuthe decision of'the Kepubli- t.in County Convention. For Sheriff. W. H CAUGIIUN ANN'Ol'NCKS HIM- .srlfiii n fsuKliJhtc to tl-c (leclnlon of the County Convention. 1 i Short Term Commissioner. W.M. MKRRILI, ANNOUNCKS HIMSELF ai a candidate for Short Term Com- missioner, subject to the decibion u! the Ke- jiiilihcan County Convention. For Commissioner. T) PARRY HEREBY ANNOUNCES It. huiiM-li for the office of _long term Coiiiniisstjiu-r. -mbiect to the decision of the Republican County Convention. Edmund st 'Speaks the Tariff Bill. on A YEM HIGH 'MED WEDDKC. N. Y. Arbitration ..Bpard in Session. A Temporary Speaker Elected for the House. County THAN O'CONNOR II1-.KKBY ANNOUNCKS J.I himself f r tlieoffi.e ol County Comim-.- oiig subject to the decision of the Republic tn County Convention. County Gomm ssioner. IV I'. M'LAUGHI.IN HI'RT'HY AN- nounces himsell ns a candidate for subject to the decisiim o( the .Dcmociatic County Con- County Clerk. WW IIIC.C.INS HERKUY ANNOUNCES himsclt a-, a candidate lor County CIcrV. sitbji-ct to the decision of thu Republi- can County Convention. __ Foi County Clerk. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELI' AS A can idate for the office of Clerk of Washoe County, subject to the decision ol the Republican County Coii-eiilion. ORLANDO EVANS. C. NOVACOVICH. H. J. BKRRY. BEERY MOVACOWCII, -----Wholesale and Retail Dealers in----- Groceries, Provisions. FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, Fish aid: Oysters In season. M KfiUITS Ol' AI.I. KINDS, Wuies, Liquors, Cigais, Tobacco, Crockt-ry. cnrrv a fin'; assortment of FANCY GROCERIES. Commercial Row, Reno, Nevada. PACIFIC BREWERY, Reno Soda Works and Granite Suloon. J. GK KE.RT1-1, '.Successor to George Becker. Beor by tho Glass, Quart. Bottle or Keg nt shortest noticp. JLagerBeerof the beet quality always on hand Ordora front tho country rucelvu prompt attention. Commercial Jlow. ICeno. Board of Tiade Meeting. VOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN TO AtL i> iiicmbe s> ot th State Board of Trade that there will b- a meeting of the Board at the Court House I in Reno on Tuesday evening September i, 1890. at So'clock.forthepurposi of considering what actio- should be by the Horn! with .eference to the holding of a constitutional convention. A full attend- ance is desired, liv order of the I'resi'leiit. ALI.EN C By Associated WASHINQTO.N, Sept. offered a resolution .which wfia to tbe Commit- tee on Foreign KeUilioiiB, declaring the murder of General ISurrundia .on the steamer AcapnU-o by the nulhoriiics of GiJatenirtla while under the protection of the flag of the United States, an in- sult to the poople of (tie United States, and demanded prompt action for re- dress. The Tariff bill was taken up, the sugar schedule buini; under considera- tion. KdmundH addressed the Senate. Ho referred to an assertion in Vance's speech last evening, that the farmer bore all tho burden of custom duties, while he had no benefit from -them. Edmunds went on to mention nih-a, tobacco, rice, pitch, tur and turpentine, the tax on which benefits the farmers of North Carolina. Mansur of Missouri reported the resolution authorizing the Sub-com- mittee on Territories to psoceed to Arizona and New Mexico and inquire into the social, educational, financial and moral conditions existing in those Territories, and to report whether they are prepared for statehood. Also to visit Utah and inquire into the extent of celestial marriltijes in that Territory. Buchanan objected to its considera- tion. Tho House Uhen proceeded to the consideration of the ridgo case. Bergen resumed his nrga- mont in favor of unseating Breckin- riiliie. After depicting tho assassina- tion of Clayton, he criticized Brcckin- ridge for not resigning his peat and thereby disowning the advantage he had gained from the murder. He had not done so, Klit had stood by those who had' stood b3' him the death. Was Breckinridge a party to the conspiracy which ended thetragedj? Ho trusted not. He was almost ready to say he believed not. He would feel very cad to n.ake any statement on this floor as .errible as that. But it had been in Urecken- ridge's power to nave the life of Clay- ton. A Hwrll IVcdriiittr. By Associated Press.) OMAHA Sept. very notable wedding tooK place to-day nt Trinity Crihedral, Dean Gardner ofH- ciating. The contracting parties were Rev. Andrew Leonard Parker, a capi- talist of Seattle, Washington, and Miss Mary Isabelle, daughter of Mrs. Ed- mund B. Kellogof Hartford, Conn. Taking Testimony. By Associated Press.] NKW YORK, Sept tho Slate Board of Arbitration to-day General Manager Toncey of tlr New York Central testified that Master Workman strike, al- luded to the watering ol the com- pany's stock, and intimated that some one was making a good deal of money, and th'at he and others ought to have some of it. Master Mechanic Bu- channan testified that he discharged Lee by the order of Vice President ,W.ebb, that he had no personal knowl- edge "of the cause. Of the 78 men discharged, he knew the cause in two cases only, Malloy and Conway. Malloy was dincharged for obtaining a pass under false pretenses, and Con way for neglect of duty. Train master J. W. Stephens he never toldwiy eiiiplo-- e 'that he mtlBt either leave the Knights of Labor or leave the road. John Serey, employed under Stephens testified that Stephens asked him if it was true he had joined the Knights of Labor; Seerv told him he had, and was told he had better get out of the Knights of Labor or it might cost him his bread and butter. A Quarrel. By Associated Press CHICAGO, Sept. but 700 of the striking carpenters who refused to woik Tuesday morning are now at work. There is confusion and chaos among the members of'the Carpen- ters' Council over the action of the strikers by the committee authorizing a return to work of carpenters who .were receiving cents per hour. This action is criticized by the strikeis, who-eay the committee exceeded its authority.- President James O'Con- nell, of the .Carpenters' Qouncil, has because of the discontent of the members of that organization. The employers assert they have all the men thny'want. Killed With a Jtazor. By Associated Press.l ST. CHARLES. ?.Io., Sept. yesterday morning in the African su- burb in this place, during a dance, a dispute arose about the entrance fee. when Ed. Garnett shipped out a razor and slashed Dick Mosby and Lib Craig across their throats. Craig fol- lowed his opponent ten blocks to fifth strept, when ho fell and died in a pocl of Jtlpod, having gone tance with his throat cut almost from ear to ear. MOB by will also likely die Several other negroes tear lonu.gashes about the face. Garnett is in jail. A Temporary (Speaker. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Sept. the absence of the Sneaker, ou motion of Cannon of Illinois, Burrows of Michi- gan was elected Speaker pro tetn. of the House and took the chair amid applause from both sides of the House. Bar silver, I LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. .Uilibery. Ban jam in Leavitt of Lisson county who arrived on yesterday's N. C. O. reported that the stage from Liegan to Susanville was robbed last Monday evening; also that an attempt was made to stop the south bound stage, but the driver managed to elude roobers. It was nut learned what amount was secured by the high- waymen. V. A A St. Them will be a called convocation of Lodge, No. 13, F.   1 o'Uoek Hharp, for the purpoHe ot'aiK-ndlriu the funeral of our laut bmibt-r W. P..or. All j turning brethren In good standing! AFC respectfully Invited tu attend. By order of the W. M. S. M. JAMESON, Secretary. Hair Through the courtesy of the South- ern Pacific Company delegates to Democratic State Convention will be tirouKht to Reno >-ni1 return at half fare. Tuey will pay full fare com'ng, and on of a certidcam from i he Secretary of the thai they atieuaed nu the at Reno will furnisu them re- turn lickttis free of charge. .tumlnaiiona. The Republican Convention ot Nye made the following county nomina- tions: A. A. Wager; Sheriff, Charles Mi-Greicor; District Attorney, J. M. Recorder, W. C" unly Ciwrk, Frank R. Treasurer, Adam Mc- Lean; Public Administrator. H P Slimier. SU.0ST PERFECT MADE. Fronithe Professor of Chemistry, California College of Pharmacy. SAN FRA.XC1SCO. JANUARY 14, I hive made A careful analysis of a sample of Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder bv me in open market. The results of my amlysis show that the Cream of Tartar uwrri in its manufacture is pure and that it does, notcon- tain any foreign substances, such as Alum, Ammonia, I.ime or other impurities. I consider it to be pure and wholesome, and In every wav a superior artic e. W. T. WENZEI.L. M. D. Ph. M., Ph. G. Professor ot Chemistrv in the Ola. Col. of riutrm., TJniYermfty of A Certainty for Vneertainty. The Elko Independent says: D. Foley to prefer a Stute S-iiAtor frurn Washoe, ra hsr than couuiy. Hit has rttMgned a certainty for an un- _ _____ A fciood tralae'l dog last night combined with the panorama was very good indeed, and patron- atCHofall'. They will show again to- night. BOK.V. Ely White Pine county. Nevada August 24, idgo, to the wife of Henry Kiepe a d MAHKIhU. Virginia City Ne- vada, September a. 1890. R, R. Hancock and MUe Nellie lean. A Causes the Cremation of Relatives. THE PRESIDENT PETITIONED To Give the Cherokee Strip Stockmen More Time. Heavy Failure of Lumbermen in Tax Convention. By Associated Press.] NEW YORK, Sept. Single- Tax Convention to-day discussed the question whether women should be elected honary members. Vfm. Lloyd Garrison of Boston thought no discrim- ination should be made. Some dele- gates held it was impossible to admit them ou the same grounds M ineu. Henry George read the platform which had been prepared. The main points were that all men were created alien, with certain inalienable rights; that no one should be permitted to hold property without a fair return; that there shall be no tax on the pro- ducts of labor, and that all-revenue national, State and municipal puvpoaes shall -be raised by a single tux upon Jatid values, irrespective of- improve- ments. The platform was loudly app'.auded. Wnnt Time F.xt.-uilprt. NANS AS CITY, Mo., Sept. 3__Presi- dent K iward Unwind of the e Strip Live Stock Aasoclatlou to-day said strenuous efforts were being made to influence the President to extend the Unto set for the evaoua'ion ot the berokee Strip by the oatilntneo until December Iki. If the President's order goes into effect by October, It will ne- exsltate during the next 27 days the rushing or fully a quarter of a million >f cattln onto the rnarknt, which w.ll virtually have the effect of; running he price .of cattle down a lower than the market baa been for yiars. He anid every Representative and Senator from Kansas have signed a memorial asking an extension of time, which boa been presented to President Harrison. The Secretary of Agriculture baa also Interceded. The Barrundia Murder. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Sept. Sec- retary Wharton to-day sent the follow- ing telegram to the widow of General Barrundia fn reply to her message to the-'President on .Monday evening: The President desires me to say he has received your telegram announc- ing the death of your husband, Genera} Barrundia. While deeply sympathiz- ing with you in your affliction, he awaits the oScial details of the occur- rence necessary to determine his action regarding thereto. You may be assured the matter will receive his most careful attention." A Fire. By Associated Press.] HIAWATHA Sept. 3. The worst fire ever known here broke out this morning in William Home's livery stable, and in less time than three hours had destroyed two and a half blocks in the business center of the city, causing a loss of at least The greatest loss was the First Na- tional Bank building, owned by Con- gressman Merrill. The vault which contained in currency and many valuable books and papers gave way under the intense heat and its contents were entirely destroyed.. The Work of a Drunkard. By Associated Press.} PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 3. By an ex- plosion of a coal ojl lamp this morning a, building wan burned, and Mrs. Sarah Mclntvre, Mamie Melnlyre and Sarah Logne were burned to death. The police have arrested ChailesMcIntyre, son of the dead woman, on suspicion of havintr caused the fire. Mclntyre caroe home drnnk last night and upset the lamp in his bedroom. _ __ i Hiller WASHINGTON, Sept. The silver offerings to day to the Treasury De- partment amounted to ounces. The amount purchased WHS aa 100.000 onnces at and at 1 1 .19. __ _ A Brooklyn if ten. By Associated Press.] .BROOKLYN, Sept. A fire to-day destroyed the jute Daggiog factory -of Peter Young, the wholesale grocery of Diahn Bros., and a kindling factory, making a toss of The Wnrfs RIVEB JUNCTION, (Vt.) Sept. 3. One hundred and sixty towns give Page (Rep.) 25.724; Brigham (Deni.) all other, 25. Majority for Page, Wants to ftiive the tMtver Law Chanrr. By Associated Press.) SARATOGA, Sept. con- vention of the American Bankers' As- sociation opened to-day. President Charles Parsons, President of the State bank of St. Louis, delivered the annual address. He treated all finan- cial questions of importance, particu- larly the silver question. On the lat- ter question he arguedthat as Congress had already passed a law for its solu- tion, that law should be given a chance to show how it worked; that agitating the question at present would only re- suit in harm to the country. JLnmbermenfi Failure. OSHKOSH, Sept. it Mel lor, one of the most extensive lumber firms In WiNcontJn, -doing bimineaa in AnjinoanJ otbwriocalUlep, (ailed to-day, p-ec'piuted by an' at- tHctiment fur la favor of the Na'ional BaukofO-hkosb. The assets are said to be liabilities 000. The failure may effect others. A Nrcrrt Mvwlon. SARATOGA, N. Y., Sept. Ex- ucuiivu C 'imuittee of the National L ague of Republican Clubs met this morning In secret t-ss-slon. All that is known of their proceedings was that the date of the next National Lnague Convention was fixed for April next, at Cincinnati. .FPftMSHINO GOODS. HATS BOOTS AVD, S Mtrlke Ended. PITTSBUKG, St-pt. 3 strike ol the of the Wesilngliame works has'terminated oy the mm coming to the'shops and requesting their old planes. With your name and address, mailed to the Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga., is necessary to obtain an interesting treat- ise on tho blood and the diseases incident toil. ss s fikin Eruption Cured. One of mr customers, a highly respected and Influential citizen, but who In now absent from the city, nu used Swift's Specific with excellent result. Be It cured blm of a skin eruption that be had been tormented with for thirty years, had resisted'the curative qualities ot many BOBXBT CI.KOO, DragKlBt, Folia City, Neb. Uncle Stroh Block IN THE AND ARK HERE to stay. Their saloon, just west of the Res tautnnt, isoncof tlieplensnntest 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 bper. in .bptlles and on draught cannot DC beatfof scents on the coast. Connected with the house is lodging accom- modation for 20 peop'e; good clean beds and iew airy rooms for 25 cents p :r night. Give them a call aucl read the papers, srpz Town Property I HAVE 'VERY DESIRABLE TOWN property for sale, situated in the pleas antest part of town BUILDING LOTS Suitable for with n commanding view, can be had at tail prices. Also Choice BHsiiitss Block. If you wish to speculate or be and see or address uy WM. THOMPSON. mclujtf _________Reno Nov. KMO MILL AM) LUMBER CO C. Gulling. President; W. S. Bender, Vice President: Wm Henry, Secretary; First Nat. Bank, Treasurer. THIRD AN1) RAI, ston streets, Reno. Nevada. The company incorporated March 12, and is prepared to fill all orders for building material. Latest style of Eaatlakc Joors and finish We also do turning and scroll sawing, and manufacture doors, windows, blinds, etc. We also manufacture a kinds of common and cleat lumber. Give ui a call. apjitf DG3r Part Mineral Sir.ms H.tel, NOW OPEN FOR THE ACCOMMO1JA- tion ot guests. By rail to Truclcee; from there my otage runs daily on arrival of train from the West. Borrdnnd lodging, to Jiz per week: ij miles from Truckee; miles from Tahoe City. All commun'cations addressed True- kce, Cal. J. B. SCOTT, Proprietor FOR MEN ONLY! [Portoit or MAKHOODj ana Debility) Kind iZffetu lofBrrororEzetiseifaOU-xoimf. Qrfmn utf jlkMtatrir CO.. BUFFALO1. WILLIAM DIXON PORK, VEAL, ETC. BEEP, Are prepared to furnish thebfst at the lowest 1'ving rates, Mow Fhe neatest and moat artistic job work at this office. My Summer Stock Is Now Complete, Constating of The Latest and Best Styles 4 op ___, and Boys' Clothing, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, AUBbadwmod Patterns, and Dito Bows. STOW HATS HATS All grades and A11 and A full line of J. B. Stetson Co. FINE HATS In all grades. A Fine Stokofjp HATS of the Best Grade. A Large Assortment of Men's and Boys' Suspenders. SDPERLAND'S S25OSHOE. 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 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 SEET. 1, 1890. In order to raise this amcut we will continue to sacrifice our elegant stood of DRY AND FANCY GOODS Regardless of Cost! For Cash Only! 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 which you can have your choice of the following: G'Ve one of thosc Combr. you one silver-plated Sugar Shell or one Novelty Hair Flu. fFTf'Tf Give you one silver-plated Butter .Knife, or a pair of very pre.ly 1 9 TITf V Give you the choice of a fine rolled gold plate Lace Pin. a pair ol 16 J.lVJVEiJ.0 gold front Cuff Pins, a novelty interlocking Glove Buttoner of fine gold plate or a handsome Bangle. 2A Tlflf VTS Give you one elegant Ixice Pin or a pair of choice Kar Rings. 
                            

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