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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 5, 1890, Reno, Nevada JOB WORK I The Neatest, The Best, At the Gazette Office. f ENVELOPES Printed Ctoeaper than the Cheapest. VOL. XXIX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBEK 5, 1890. NO. 135. WEN" A Ringing Declaration of Principles. A TICKET ROMHATED. R. K. Colcord the Nominee for Governor. Bartlne for Full State tu coliiatCtf tu ul.ih Special to the GAZETTE.] YIKOINIA CITY, Sept. 5. Tho even- ing wesbion of the convention wae culled to order by temporary Chairman "tt'ron. The Committee on Platform and Resolutions reported the following, which was unanimously adopted: Tin1 record of the Kepubl.oau parly Is Pi norm. pulltliul parly In humfn history has en Hiu'li uuv iiict'd po-ltloni lo tnlliy of n me Inus wed I- d th Buiiiln sir.itiou ..f tiutliorl'y in tin; uce >8 of IMISI C-M, i. 0110 him so ninrmi; U all.iir-> of S ate s to uivourugu uio devol- opincn. aril of a eon mu I, n >ui> lias so elevated u nmlon anu tt limit's lo i ho comtort anu liupplness o' inn noiiL- him no uO'itsuy atiU ..uono.iil- cully nirrlcil on the dulus ol cniiuc. In nil things It ban bc-n Ihe direct, o, VOH it- of i Demoeijttti! p rty. oruulln Uxitmblilo sxnilinp is a. firm anil olutc in consistency, s rong In i d voi on to pr.no pie, a 1-t now, n. H bus b fii ir-.m IIH blrih, the re.m-8 n a'.ive ol all Una is und n .blc.si In Us own c iitn'ry nnd ihuh pu mill promise of (l bei- tf- future to. luo num u Jus ha tl. H loi' human r ghus, its p'esoi- oi UIH i'ii ius a D m ol si .v oiy It. protPctiou to lauoi Hsolovailon of nianiiluciuior-, Ha upholding t thu iiailo. ul c-iu u, uapttina ,n beu.tifol hon CA( ninth IIH liouiuHtead nys- tcni -nil I.H dovml u 10 edu a- tiou luive in id for It >he grtato-l. rec rd or tiny i.lu c -I oiganlzuil n tala or auj other country r T t- n.iiiit-H ol heroes are and tho dec i- f fr m i.lnc .In, an a d O irlli'ld wi I xnluu like el-c.ric llgli.s on tin.' K ul liistu y. i ol N vadn.'n conven- tion sseiii Ud, luarlly nUorMf the MC s ol the llltv-ilist ontjiea uti c.i I' 8 mad Kreater ilviiicus in emect ne.dt'd IcKl-'lii Ion ihan HIKCO me wur. 'i nu ciiinc 01 nil >u e t-o of en re- Horttd lobyiuu p.iriy r purposco. dole.t I Kldliunin uud bl ing the wlivuli of govnruiurnt, him oe 11 w.th by .he K ni s of K. eel Ale ink-y iinil thu r leu. and t..c oil', luUKhl unit cunK'essmi-n un- pai by ti e people lor iuablu..goou b.lll pol j b v b> u tittiot, party volo, p'fxci'd tho Hllvur RI on mi bmU w 11 lead natu llyiofioec nd Ulsurin all unions lliiuncie 8. It i u< nkeu up ihe WI.TK of roidju t- mint of tho tin id in n p i rlo Ic nd busi ness like way, sueii MH wl 1 protect thu In- tc.cstn of iiibo uiKl ul H ino lime c capkiil ui.U riuerp 18u tlmi wll It with ruployinent at good wugo.s. States, which wore donii-d their rights bef "6, oeen ndmiiieU to tin- Union, and the gr p f 'luinmany 11.11 upon tuo Pie-iilou y bioKtn. TruKta thut grow r UK uncl r Cl vo- land s M! in nl-lr tlon have noun br.k.-n up and made o obey Ihe IUWH of hones coin mure i.-. KfToilM nro being made to prevent or BUnl.-h f.auds und iiilliaiU.-illous in elec- ous. A navy has be n provided for an suit- able pensions granted to preven suffering am ng tho sick nil wounded heroes 01 the war. i ruvls.on Is being mad" for th recla- mation of tne iind wnero tho Ht- publlc n policy of fieu homes aud tru llvor, wneal, liucl, and all the products of !..boi aie r pi ily ilslng, an wi'llo tho muypei- baps be Innocent if Inten lona ly ot- stioytngour prosperity, they are cuipabl for tne I-IH..UM ol .nd- ,n- ih retreuohm m wnerevor It 1" possible In county and Mtato i-xpenalturri-. pledge our notulnec-t to a system 01 state impr V ini-nis wu.uh aha I save th. w tcr now running to waste, and duvls means 10 secuie I s usu In Irng .lion o ttu- fertile land- now ly uglule. ludoiHu the measure Introduced b> Semitor Stewart lo cede Hit- limns M'luiin o .r lines to the .-taie lor th pu pose of uidli.g to i.i. prove our wa ei Niorngo nu.i syiiemc, and w> appeal to and the President o griun Him much-nueued alJ. course ol m fo.clgn co nirl.i a tlioiouKiiiri-vis on of our mi uiulizutloi, ana i..nu tue uction o. una coat.1 ilt-reuses, the 1 s erlug of n-u- scho.ilo ana uopuKu e lucaiiou, the en- forcomctil 01 a f eo ball .tad afairc .uiit, tlle ui-teiue a of oureountr. ine prote iion ol eveiy m rlghuath me and abtoau.lUo fo-tering poih-y thni, wui muioice, the xetilinx of -all foielgn Compile .lion- by urblir., lion, null l.boial by ior tuo construe of watm rtseiv UK tin i u.sysio.ii ol u.iga ion. Tha w.- urr In i-vor 01 thi Au.str HUH B.VM uin 01 b 11..1. Ue-olv.-d, T ataaatlh coming election the qiux ion us to w .eib-r or not u o 8tliu.iona> Convention w II be- ueld s 10 be Hubmiite I to itie p-.'- l-at w eariiu tly mvlieacaliu and i-.o.ougu tue Question uurinrf ilio cam- paign. Kcaolved, That U the policy of the Republican p-r'y of Jfevnda to ser-n-t-ni: I and m-ihlu r fonchm nu In public I especially In .1 p-nslng with o-tle rs and depu let in a.ijusungI-H! btsis of v CPU u- rf.irmed, decrea-mg t. e per illein imd rnllcnge ai U ahonpnti.g the .n ft d leasenmic thf numb rof mt-ni'er-o. the LexlK.atiirf. in Hie reducilon of t-jxa- tlon and In consolluat.ng county offices and diminishing county expcnsen, an to ihls nd W" pledge tr.a "f this convemlon. and enrnes.lv sit that -ho nominee" of thecev-rHl lounty conVvn- llons be llkewls" ob Iff Respectfully submitted, A. U. Ci.ivvi-LAND, Chairman. The reading of the platform waw fre- quently interrupted by heartv cheers, in whiuh I tie Bpeutatois as well as the delegates a hand. taking the chair ns permanent Chairman Mr. Wren very clearly and concim-ly outlined the record of the two parties upon silver and other issues j and was heartily cbeered. The conven ion then took a recess until 10 o'clock to-day. Special to the 1 VIROINIA CJTV', Se'pt. Con- vention was called to order at ten o'clock. The fir.-t order of Business was the nomination of a Judge of Su- preme Court. Hon. G. W. B.iker placed in nomi- nation Judge Billow, and J. R. Wil- liamson of Lander county, seconded Judge Biijelow's nomination. Judge Bigelow came forward, indorsed the platform, paid his forty dollars, and was declared the unanimous choice of tho Convention. Next in order were the nominations for four District Judges. C. K. Muck of Storey county, placed in nomination Judge Rising. Hon. J. W. Hainea of Douglas county, sec- onded Rising's nomination. Judge Rising came forward, en- dorsed the platform, and paid his twenty-live dollars. Mr. Smith of Eureka county, placed A. E. Cheney in nomination. Mr. Baker seconded tho nomination of Mr. Cheney. Judge Cuulcr placed before the Con- vention the name of Judge Wells of Ormsby county, and of Lyon county, seconded the nomination. Mr. Farrington of EIko placed in nomination Geo. V. Talbot of Elku and Mr. Mack of Storey seconded Tal- bot's nomination. Mr Baker moved that the nomina- tions close and that tho gentlemen named bo declared the unanimous choice of the convention. Mr. Strother objected to thaton'the ground that the Storey county delega- tion could not aupoprt Judge VIr. Strother subsequently stated that by request of his delegation he with- drew his objection, and Rising, Cheney, Wells and Talbot were de- clared tho unanimous choice of the convention. Chairman Wren then called Mr. Ccllin to the Chair and took the floor to place the name of Hon. H. F. Bar- tine before tho convention for Member of Congress. Francis G. Newlandn of Waohoe sec- onded the nomination of Mr. Bartine. Mr. Newlands paid the candidate's record on the silver question a high compliment. Mr. Newlands also took occasion to offer an explanation of his supposed candidacy, and in a rattling and con- vincing speech made clear his position and took the Convention by Btorm. At the close of his remarks he was given three hearty cheers and a tiger. Mr. Bartine was declared the unani- mous choice of the Convention. The next order of busine'ss was the nomination for Governor, Patsy Bowler of Esmeralda placed the nuino of Russ K. Colcord before the Convention. HOD. Thomas Wren seconded Col- cord's nomination. Mr. Colcord came forwan', and in a neat speech heartily indorsed the plat- form. He paid his money and left his ambition in the hands of the Conven- tion. Mr. Eminitt of Washoe moved that the nomination of Jt. K. Colcord be declared the unanimous choice of the Convention, and, amid great enthu- siasm, it was so ordered. Mr.Foley then moved that the Con- vention adjourn until 1 o'clock. The Convention assembled at 1 o'clock and proceeded to the nomina of Lieutenant Governor. Mr. ColHu placed in nomination Hon. J. Potijade of Linccln, and Mr. Mack seconded Poujude'a nomination. After endorsing the platform, he was de- clared the unanimous choice of the Convention. Mr. Summerfield placed in nomina- tion James D. Torroyson for Attorney- General. Mr. Baker of Wasboe, sec- onded the nomination, and Mr. Torrey- son's nomination wits also unanimous. Mr. Cleveland placed in nomination O. H. Grey for Secretary of State, who was unanimously nominated. Mr. Mack placed in nomination Joe Josephs of Storey, ior Clerk of the Su- preme Court. Judge Curler gave Mr. Josephs a hearty second, and he was nominated by acclamation. R. L. Horton's name was placed be- fore the Convention for Controller, and bis nomination was made unanimous John Egan was unanimously chosen as the party'u candidate for Treasurer. J. E. Jones ol Eureka, waa renomi- nated for Surveyor-General. W. C. Dovey was placed in nomination for Superintendent of Public Schools. Mr. Baker presented the name of Prof. Orvis Ring for this office. Mr. Snmtnerfield of Ormsby sec- onded Mr. Ring's nomination. The roll was called, and Mr. Ring was nominated by a vote of 86 to 60, and afterwards his nomination was made unanimous. Mr. Donell placed in nomination Joseph Eckley for State Printer, and Mr. Eckley was declared the unani- mous choice of the Convention. Mr. Coffin placed J. Haines of Doug- las before the Convention for Regent of the University (long and he was nominated by acclamation. E. T. George was placed in nomina- tion for Regent (short and was selected by acclatuaiion. Mr. Haines placed in nomination H. Springmeyer of Douglas for Long-term Reclamation Commissioner, and be was chosen by acclamation. The name of A. H. Manning was plc.ced before the Convention for Short- term Commissioner, and L. A. Blakeslee was nominated for the un- expired term. This completed the ticket, and the Convention proceeded to select a State Central Committee. Scored by the Judge. By Associated Press.] CHICAGO, Sept. C. Rodney, who was arrested here on Monday on a telegram from Portland, ing he was an embezzler, swore out a warrant this morning for the arrest of chief detective Kipley and detective Collins, on a charge of false imprison- ment. Rodney was brought before JudgO'Altgeld yesterday, who released him, after scoring the police foi arrest- ing him without a warrant. AH soon as Rodney was released, he was imme- diately-rearrested on a warrant sworn out by detective Collins, charging him with being a fugitive from justice. He was again brought before Judge Altgeld this morning and released. Judge de- claring the police had no right to arrest Rodney on insufficient evidence. Rodney then swore out tho warrants alluded to. Wallace Jk t'o.'tt Failure. By Cable and Associated Press. 1 LONDON, Sept. Sawyer, who had charge of the business here of Sawyer, Wallace Co. of New York, says: "The failure surprised me as much as it does others. It, is true that large losses have been sus- tained in both the home and foreign business conducted through the Lon- don house, but it is not true that my private speculations caused the dis- aster." The failure has caused much excite- ment in commercial circles in London. JtBilly Managed Hal I road. By Associated Press.] NEW YORK, Sept. evening publishes a secret petition, which, it states, is being circulated among the stockholders of the Illinois Central, urging them to rise in rebel- lion against the present management. The petition states that the company is practically on the verge of ruin through mismanagement. Fatal f-xplostoo. By Cable and Associated Press.] LA ROCHEI.LE (France, Sept. disastrous explosion occurred to-dav at thd djiiamito magazine at Pal I ice Dock by which ten persons were iustantly killed and many injured. Right jBorled. By Associated Press.1 ISHPEMING Sept. miners were buried in the Lake Ange- line mine by a cave-in this morning. Every effort is being made to rescue them. Taking a Kent. By Associated Press j WASHINGTON Sept. 6. President left this morning for Cresson, Pa., where he expects to remain until October ffrst. Bar silver, t LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The funeral of the 8-vear-old daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Ginoichio will take place next Sunday from their residence to the Catholic Church at The KIle'H Overflow. In most parts of the world the rise of a great river beyond its banks is dreaded. Not ao in where the crops to be raised depend upon the overflow of the Nile. That is the rea- non for tiie dispatch from Cairo that says "the Nile has risen well and cot- ton promises an early aud good crop." A Little Feverish. A Bengal man recently gave away six aunts, eight sisters and four daughters in marriage to one person, and that person was a boy ten vears old. Referring to the above the Bur- lington free Press Bays: The matri- monial market in India seems to be a little feverish, not to say panicky. A WRECKED TRAIN, Which Besulted in no Loss of Life. Reno, N.-vada. September 4 1390. Genetic, daughter of Mr. and Mia. G. COXGRESSIOm PROCEEDINGS. The Royal Castle at Pillnitz Flooded. To-day's Silver Purchases by the Secretary Associated Press. 1 NEW YORK, Sept. On the Pro- duce Exchange there was for a while thin morning some depression aud lowor prices than last night for wheat, because of the exaggerated statements of losses in this country through tho failure of Sawyer, Wallace Co. As stated by the Associated Press yester- day, they were well protected in this country, and their liabilities were chiefly in London. December wheat, which opened at 104, sold off to but quickly re- covered to Tne firni no- tice shortly after opening that it was even on the market here and that its outstanding contracts would be settled on to-day's maiket at a meeting of the creditors. At the Coffee Exchange there was no excitement whatever. At; the' Cotton 'Exchange the market was better, since the firm had no in- terest there of consequence. Gener- ally ppeaking, the firm was ahead of all' New York dealings. FURNISHING GOODS. HATS BOOTS AND SHOKS. Collision- By Associated WIHTK HULL vN. Sept A pafseuger train on the Delaware Hudson railroad ran into a freight train at West Point this morning. Engineer Thomas Murray and fireiueu Jaiuett Starr and A. .1. Kenney were killed. No passengers were injured. By Associated Press.) WASHINGTON, Sept. 5. The amount of silver offered at the Treasury De- partment was ounces. The amount purchased was ounces at The Secretary of the Treasury, consultation with the Director of the Mint, has decided that he will pur- chase under tho new law ounces of silver between August 23d and September 30th, RO as to start on 1st with the purchase of ounces per month. To-day's purchases make a total of ounces binco tho law went into effect. _ __ The Itoynl Flooded. By Cable and Associated PreM.] DKKSDBN, Sept. 5. The rise of the Elbe has flooded the royul ensMe at Pillnitz, and the court has been trans- ferred 1 1 Strehlen. BETTER THAN GOLD. RESTORED HER HEALTH. For 85 yeare I suffered from bolls, .nd other blood affections, taking daring that lime great quantities o t different medicines with- out giving mo any perceptible relief. Friends Induced me to try 8. S. S. It Improved mo from the start, and after taking several bottles, to- jtored my health as fur aa I could hopo for at ny age, which la now seventy-five years. UBS. S. M. LUCAS, Bowling Orcen, Ey. Ereattae on Blood and mailed free. SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Go. NEW TO-DAY. NOTICE TO RANCHERS ON AND AFTER THK FIRST day of November next I will se'l np- pie iref s at the following low rates ill largelots for cash with order: Appl; trees 2 lo 4 feet high, each by Ihe 100 or 1000; apple trees 4 to 7 feet high 25 ct-i each by the >ooo 1000; npple trees 7 to i'2 leet high 50 rts each by the loo 01 1000 ben ring size and age, but cash must accompany the or.ler and the cost of ceuU per no discount to any one. STEPHKN CONNOR. Reno and Mt. Hone Nurseries, sestl'im Reno, Nevada. ANNOUNCEMENTS. car's inserted under this head foi Js, payable in advimce. For Constable. SW. UPSON HEREBY ANNOUNCES hinise fas a candidate for Constable of Reno Township, subject to the decision of the Republican County Con en lion County Commissioner. TAMES SULLIVAN ANNOUNCES IIIM- self as a candidate for LOUK Term County Commissioner, subject to the decision of the Republic tn County Convention. For County Clerk. W. A. FOGG ANNOUNCES himself a candidate lor County Clerk, subject to the decision of the Republi- can County Convention. For Sheriff. W. H. CAUGHUN ANNOUNCES HIM- stlf at a Candidate for si-trill, subject to decision of the Republican County Convention. Short Term Commissioner. WM MERRILL ANNOUNCES HIMSELF as a candidate for abort Term Com- missioner, subject to the decision of the Re- publican County Convention. For Commissioner. RW. PARRY HEREBY ANNOUNCES himself far the office of long term Commissioner, Ktibiect to the decision of the Republican County Convention. County Commissioner. DAN O'CONNOR HfcUEBY ANNOUNCES himhei; f rthe offue 01 County Commis- sioner ong subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. County Comm ssionor. TXT P. M'LAUGHLIN HERPBY AN- YJi, nounces hiihscli as a candidate for County Commissioner (long mibjcct to the decision of the Demociatic County Con- vention. _______ Oou'nfy Clerk. tr 'w. HIGGINS HEREBY ANNOUNCES I! himself as a candidate for County Clerk. to the decision of theRepubli- can County Convention. Foi County Clerk. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS A can idate for ihe office of Clerk of Wanhoe County, subject to the decision ol the Republican County Cou-eution. auff ORLANDO EVANS. My Summer Stock Is Now Complete, Consisting of 'i The Latest and Best Styles 4 OP Men's and Boys' Clothing, Underwear, Socks, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, All Shades and Patterns, Collars, Cafe. Windsor Ties and Dato fturc. A ASSORTMENT OF UATO HA1 O Men's, Boys and Children's 0 RAW HA S All grade, and colors AU ami colorT A full line of J. B. Stetson Co. FINE HATS In all grades. A Fine StockofSILK JATS jiftte A Largo Assortment of Men'? and Boys' Suspenders. SDHDER LAND'S S2 6O SHOE. BottoUace.Conora MY STOCK OK 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 dono. F. LEVY BROTHER. WANTED, ON OR BEFORE SEPT. 1, 1890. In order to raise this atnoufc wo will coutiime to sacrifice our elegant btocd of DRY AND FANCY GOODS Regardless of Cost! For Cash Only! HAVE A SURPRISE IN STORE FOR M. For every dollar's worth of goods you buy of us dur- this sale we will give you a premium ticket, for whicl- ng you can have your choice of the following: Give you one of Chose 3 TICKETS 8 TICKETS G'VC Sugar Shtll or one Novelty Hnir Pin. 10 TICKETS 12 TICKETS THICKETS G've eleKant p'a or Pair of choi-x- Har RingH. 25 TICKETS 35 TICKETS Give you out silver-plated Butter ,Knife, or a pair of very pre.ty Bracelets. Give you Ihe choice of a fine rolled ROM plate I'in. a pair ol gold front Cuff Pins, a novelty interlocking Glove Buttoner of fine gold plate or a handsome Bangle. Give you the choice of a set pi Rogers' Ten Sooona, a beautllul Lace Pin, a lovely pair of stylish Bracelets or.a handnome Necklace Give you the choice of n net of Rogers' Knives, a superb pair ol fine rolled gold plate Bracelets, a very choice pair of sir or a set of Kogtrs' Give you the choice of a most elaborate pair of fine rolled plate Bracelet, a very stylish fiue rolled gold plate NecklHccor Rogers' Table Spoons, This is no Lottery. No Humbug. You buy our goods cheaper than any other store in the State will sell them to yon, and in addition for no extra charge or exnenfia vnn will receive the choice of any of the above articles according amount of tickets you may hold. B ine Call and >ee these PREMIUM they are on- exhibitor in our mammoth store. Parties indebted to us must pay up at once and save costs, IN FW SPA PERI iK.WSPAPFRf
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