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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 4, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                JOB WORK The Neatest, The Best, At the Gazette Offlce. ENVELOPES Printed Cheaper than fihe Cheapest. VOL. XXIX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, THURSDAY, SKPTEMBEK 4, 1890. 134. c.ir's msi rtcd under this head foi p.ijabic in adv.mcc. For Constable. SW. IT SON HFRHBY ANXOUNCKS himsefasa c imlt'late for Constable o." Reno Township. Mitytc.1 to the decision of the Republican County   a candidate for Short Term Com- missioner subjict lo the decision of the Re- public i" County Convention. For Commissioner. I'ARRY HKRI-'IIY ANNOUNCES him-clf fur the office of long term Coinriii-si niir. -ubiect to the decision of the County Convention. County Commissioner. OCONN'iR Jll'.BEnY ANNOUNCES If f r the ofli c ol County Coniiius- wont i lei subject to the ilicisioii o( the in County Convention. County Comm ssioner. i: M'l.AUGHLIN HHKJMIY AN- M nounces liimseli as a candidate for Cuunt% Commivionei (long iiityiU to the dicisiou Jl tlie Demociatic County Con- vention.___________________________ County Clerk. HW IIIGGINS HEREBY ANNOUNCES himself us a candidate lor County CUrk. subject to the decision of the Republi- can County Convention.__________________ Fot County Clerk. 1IIEREIIY ANNOUNCE MYSEf.l' AS A c.in id.itc- lor the office of Clrrk of Washoc County, Mihject to the decision ol the Keriiulican County Con-ention. AillK ORLANDO EVANS. C NOVACOVICH. It. T. BERRY. BERRY KOVACOVICB, -----Wholesale and Retail Dealers in----- Groceries, Provisions, FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, Fisli a.ifl: Oysters In season. I'RUITb 01- Al.r. KINDS. WHICH, Cigurs, Tobacco. Crockery. We carrv n filio assortment ol FANCY GROCERIES. Commercial Row, Reno, Nevada. PACIFIC BREWERY, Ueno Soda Works and Granite Saloon, j Successor to George Becker. Beer by the Glass, Quart, Bottle or Keg at shortest iioticf. Iducor Beer of the boot quality nluuynOD hiuja Orders from tlio country rueelve prompt attention. fL'omuif-rciul itow. lleiio, IN THLC DISTRICT COURT Ol' THE Slate of Nevada, in and for the county of Washoe. Please take notice that Mrs Martha J. Younglove has filed her petition with the Clerk of the District Court of the county of Washoe, in the State of Nevada, praying for on order nnd decree of said Court, thnt she foe allowed to resume her maiden name of Martha J Wtlght. Dated this 2Slh flay of August, A. I) 28djo Byl'KTKK WKhT, liei Attoiney. TO ft'EA Suiforlngfroin the eflVcu> of youthful errors, niily decay, wasting weak ness, lot-t man- hood, etc.. I will seud a vi luaole treatise (sealed') con tain lop: f n II parti :ular8 for home euro FREE of oliorse. A splendid inedl- work should hi- read by every man who Irt nervous nmi a. Adcuoas, Prof. F.C.FOWL.KR. Moodus.Conn. Lots for Sale. OK MORK KLIGIDLE BUII.D1NO 1 t Lots for sale nt easy prices au rinted in the record. So ordered. The presiding officer (Ingalls) an- ounced that general debate on the ariff bill was closed, with -the excep- ion of a reservation of a day when the nal vote will be taken, and when liree hours' time is to be al lowed each ide. The sugar schedule was laid side informally snd schedule of otton manufacturers taken up. The amendments to reduce the rates in the paragraphs of the schedule iffered by McPherson, Carlisle and Vance were uniformly rejected without a yea and nay vote. McPherson moved to strike out the taragraph relating to stockings and lose and substitute one making the ate of duty 30 per cent, advalorem. Rejected, yeas 20, nays 27. Paddock and Plumb voted with the Jemocrats in the affirmative and neither Ingalls nor Manderson voted. A.11 the paragraphs in the schedule laving been disposed of, the schedule was taken up relating to flax, hemp, ute and their manufactures. The Finance Committee had reported an mendment reducing the rate on not from cents per pound 0 a ton. On this amendment iVashburn demanded the yeas and nays. The committee's amendments were agreed to, 32 to 14. AH the Dem- ocrats voted yea. The negative votes were given by Cameron, Casey, 3avis Dolph, Higgins, McMillan, Moody, Paddock, Pierce, Sherman, Stockbridge, Washburn and Wilson of iowa. The next amendment was that of he Finance Committee to reduce the duty on hackled flax from 4 cents to per ton. Passed, yeas 33, nays 16. The Democrats all voted for the amendment and the following Repub- licans against it: Allen, Cameron, Casey, Davis Dolph, Higgins, McMil- lan, Manderson, Moody, Mitchell, Paddock, Pierce, Quay, Sherman, Stockbridge and Washburn. The special House committee inves- tigating the charges against Pension Commissioner Raum met this morn- ing. Cooper, who brings the charges, was not preseut to testify and the com- mittee issued a subpoena for him to appear on Mond.vy. HOUSE. Cummings of New York, rising to a question of privilege, spoke against his being blacklisted by the famous Can- non resolution. He said the gentle- man who offered the resolution made unjust imputations, and, in making these imputations, falsified the record and blacklisted himself. He then proceeded to make an attack upon Cannon, com paring him to the noted Tinnvil'e of the French Revolution, after which he proceeded to arraign the Speaker and a majority of the Committee on Rules. Latent Krem Sttxotr. By AssociatedlPress.] WASutsoroN, Sept. telegram has been received at the State Depart- ment from Mizner at Guatemala, say- ing the forces are being rapidly dis- banded, and peace will be formally 1 declared next week. He nothing in regard to the Barrandia incident or i the reported attacks upon himself. The Menate Exeltrd. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Sept. indig- nation exists among Republican Sen- ators over Representative Kennedy's attack on the Senate as a whole and Quay in particular, yesterday. Several consultations were held, but no plan of action was agreed upon. Prominent Senators said that, after a time, if the House took no action, the Senate should pass a resolution calling the attention of the House to the unpar- liamentary proceedings, and then leave it to deal with the question as it saw fit. But this action would depend upon the manner in which the know- ledge of the delivery of the speech reached the Senate. Kennedy's remarks do not appear in to-day's Congressional Record, the reporter noting that ,they "are withheld for and unless they come before the Senate in the Record or some other authorative way, it may ba that nothing will be done. Quay knew nothing of the delivery of the speech until this morning, and after his arrival at the Senate he con- ferred with several of his colleagues, spending considerable time with In- galls. He said to the reporter that he had not determined upon the course to pursue. He had under considera- tion theMnnkingof a statement under the rule governing questions of per-! sonal privilege. A Mndflen Oculli. By Associated Press.l CINCINNATI, Sept. F. Noyes, Judge of the Superior Court o." Cincinnati, foil dead shortly after1! o'clock to-day, at the Court House. He had been on the bench, but as he was too unwell to proceed further, left the bench and was on way to the street cir, when ho suddenly fell hack- ward and died immediately. The cause is supposed to be apoplexy. Noyes was 57 years old and entered the army here in 1861 as Miijor of (lie Thirty-ninth Ohio Regiment Infantry and soon after -was its Colonel. On July 4, 1864, at Ruff's Mills, Ga., in a charge upon the enemy's earth-workn, which he led, he lost a leg. He left the army a Brevet Major General. Since the war he served as City Solic- itor of Cincinnati, Probate Judge of Hamilton county, Governor of Ohio and was Minister to Franco under President Hayes. Last year he wa-> elected Judge of the Superior Court of Cincinnati. FURMSIHNG GOODS, HATS BOOTS AND SHOES. My Summer Stock Is Now Complete, Conflating -4- The Latest and Best Styles 4 Men's and Boys' Clothing, Underwear, Socks, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, All Shades and Patterns, Collars, CuGs, Windsor Ties and Dude Bows. CTMW HATS All grades anil colors A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP Men's, Boys sod Children's STRAW HATS All grades and colon. A full line of J. B. Stetson Co. FINE In all grades. A Large Assortment of Men'? and Boys' Suspenders. SONDERLAND'S S25OSHOE. Button T QPP MllUU.Ldlti, 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 By Press 1 DOVER (N. Sept. Reed left Boston for Portland in a special car this morning. At Haver- hill he stopped and was escorted to the public square, where he spoke on national affairs twenty minute3. He also spoke at Dover. He congratu- lated his hearers upon belonging to the Republican party, because it is a middling honest" party, reasonably good, and is on the way to become thoroughly and absolutely good. The remainder of the address was in vindi- cation of the keeping of promises by the Republican party. Henry Cabot Lodge was then introduced and spoke a few moments. Three cheers were ;iveu for Reed. Ladies' and Gent's Boots and Shoes made to order; Repairing neatly done. American Hoclnl fccleuce. By Associated Press.l SARATOGA, Sept. morning session of the American Social Science Association was opened byl'rof. Albert Shaw of Minnenpolis, who read a paper on "Municipal Reform." 1'res- dentr White discussed the same ques- tion. T. Wayland D. D of Philadel- phia read a paper entitled "Luissez Faire Run Mad." The "History of Voting by Ballot" was discussed by L. Bennett of Now York. F. LEVY BROTHER. WANTED, ON OR BEFORE SEPT. 1, 1890. In order to ruise this amcut wo will continue to sacrifice our elegant fetocd of DRY llnnkrrn Association. Bv Associated Press. 1 SARATOGA, Sept. At today's session of the Bankers' Association Edward Atkinson addressed the Asso- ciation on the topic, "Credit as Affect- ing the Prices." troller of Currency, followed with an address on the bonds of bank officers and employes. Torrey expounded the national bankrupt law, and Benjamin Wright read a paper on Banking on the Pacific Coast." 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 whicr you can have your choice of the following: of n Novelist. By Cable and Associated PARIS, Sept. Chat- rian, the novelist who wrote in collaboration with Emil Krck- man, over the notn do plume of "Eckman is dead. e vou onc silver-plated Sugar Shtll or one Novelty Hair Pin. ft IT'Tf'K" Pvf'SJ Givc >'ou one of those Combs. 8 TICKET! Give you one silver-plated Butter ,Knife, or a pair of very pre.ty Ivf X JL O Bracelets. 1 O T1 Give you the choice of a fine rolled gold plate Lace Pin. a pair ol 16 L J. Jl gold front Cuff Pins, a novelty interlocking Glove Buttoner of fine gold plate or a handsome Bangle. fpTfTTTi'T'Q Give you one elegant Lace Pin or j pair of choice Ear Rings. 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