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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 6, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                JOB WORK I The Neatest, The Best, At the Gazette Office. ENVELOPES Printed than the Cheapest. VOL. XXIX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER (5, 1890. NO. 130. be paid to nay competent chemist who will Bud, on analysts, a pr.rtlclo of Mercury, Potaab. or other In Swift's Specific (S. 8. S.) AN EATING SORE Henderson, Tex., Aug. 23, "For eigh- teen I bud an eating aoro on my tongue. I WM treated by tho best local physicians, bat Obtained no relief, tho earn gradually wone. I concluded dually to try 8. S. S., and WM entirely cured after nstnz a few bottles. Yon have my cheerful pcmlstlon to publish the for the benefit of the BO similarly c. B. McLjUtoBE, Treadae on Blood and Stan Diseases moiled free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta. Oi A N NO U NCEM ENTS. car's inserted under this head foi ?5, payable in adv.mce. Foi County Clerk. IHHRF.nV ANNOUNCE MYSKLK AS A t.in itlate for the office of Clerk of W.ishoc Comity, nubject to the decision ol the Kepubliian County 3U UK______________ORLANDO KVANS County Clerk. HIGCINS HEREBY ANNOUNCES IniitseT as a candidate lor County Clerk, subject to the decisiou of the Kepubh can County Convention. County4Gornm ssioner. TV" I'. M'LAUGHLIN HKRFBY AN- nounces himscli as a candidate for County Commissioner (long oiibjcct to the decision jl the Demociatic County Con- vention County Commissioner. 1 VAN O'CONNOR HEREBY ANNOUNCES J.7 himseli f r the offi.e ol County Commis- Monrr oug subject to the ttecibiun ol the Republic tn County Convention. For Commissioner. Vf PARRY HEREBY ANNOUNCES hunsell for the office of long term Coiiiinissuntrr, subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. Short Term Commissioner. "IVM MERRILL ANNOUNCES HIVtSEM' >V as a candidate for Short Term Com imsstoner, subject to the decision of the Re- publican County Convention. For Sheriff. IV. II CATOHL1N ANNOUNCES HIM- >V si If as a '-amlidate for SI-< rut, subject to IK- decision of the Republican County Cometition. For County Clerk. W. A. vocb 'BY ANNOUNCES himself n c.imluUite lor County Clerk, subject to the decision of the Republi- can County Convention. County Commissioner. JAMES SULLIVAN ANNOUNCES HIM- self as n cund'clate for I.onj; Term County Commissioner, subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. For Constable. SW. UPSON HEREBY ANNOUNCES liimse fas a candidate for C .nstable of Reno Township, subject to the decision of the Republican County Con.ention. C. NOVACOVICH. H. f. BERRY. BERRY KOVACOYICH, -----Wholesale and Retail Dealers iu----- Groceries, Provisions; FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, Fist: anil Oysters In iirasou. FRUITS Ol icklrd, fresh, frozen, packed, n ice or otherwise prepared for preser- vation not especiatry enumerated as provided for in this act, one-half a cent per pound. The paragraph placing a dutv of 15 uer pound on hops was then taken up. Gorman moved to reduce the rate to 8 cents. Pending the dis- cussion, the question us to the exten- sion of time for the consideration ol ihe tariff bill was stated. Aldrich submitted a proposition extending the time for the consideration of the tarifl bill to and including Monday, when the discuHMon is to be limited to 30 liiinutps, and the sugar schedule to be taken up, and after that the arrange- ment heretofore made to apply. The pioposition was assented to and then Gorman's amendment to leduco the duty on hops to 8 cents per pound was rejected. Vest moved to place salt on the free list, which was negatived, yeas 20, navs party vote except that Paddock voted yea. Vance oflered an" amendment for a reduction of the duties ou foreign pro- ducts purchased by the exchange of American farm products. Rejected, jeas 23, nays party vote. On motion of Gibson sorghum peed and sugar cane seed were placed on the free'list. Evarts offered an amendment im- posing a duty of 10 per cent, ad valorem on all leas the growth or produce of ronntrisa east of the Cape of Good Hope, when imported from p'aces west' of the Cape of Good Hope. He made a statement in explanation of his amendment, which is intended to put a stop to the importation of tea by way of Canada and of the Cape of Good Hope, instead of direct from China. -i> Sherman disapproved of the amend- ment as retaliatory, the onlv effect of MOST PERFECT MADE. Fromthe Professor of Chftraistry, Cilifornia College PAN FRANCISCO, JANUARY 74, I have mude a careful analysis of a sample of Dr. Price's Cream Bakincr Powder purchased bv me in open market. The results of my analysis show that the of Tartar used in its raa'iuf icture U pure and that it not con- tain any foreign sub-lances., such ns Alum, Ammonia, Ume or other impurities. I consider it to be pure and wholesome, and in every wav i superior artic e. W. T. WENZEI.L. M. D. Ph. M., Ph. G. Professor ol Chernistrv in the Gala. Col. of Phann., University of California. which would be to add to the cost of tea. He had no excuRe to oSer for the course of Canada addi- tion duties on tea and coffee imported from the United Slates, which course he regarded at) perfectly, Gorman stated as -an objection to Evarts' amendment that a larjre amount is imported into the United States from Ceylon that there was no direct communication between the United States and Ceylon. Spooner moved to amend Evarte' amendment-bv adding the following: "There shall be levied and collected upon all coffee, green, from the Domin- ion of Canada ten per cent, advalorem, tad upon all coffee, roasted or ground, from the Dominion of Canada, three cents per pound and ten per cent, ad- valorem.' The was continued at great length. The Finance offered an amendment imposing a duty of four cents pound on tin. Agreed to. Cull moved to put cocoanuts, pine- apples and bananas oa the dutiable Rejected. Spooner offered an amendment for the admission of tin plates free of duty after October 1, 1896, in case the American production of the article shall not equal in any one 6f the inter- vening years one-third of the amount fm ported. Plumb moved to amend by providing for a duty of one cent per pound on tin plates and a bounty of one cent per pound for home product. After much discussion Plumb's amendment was rejected and Sjiooner'e was agreed to. Aldrich offered a committee amend- ment ns a substitute for section 5, re- quiring packages to be plainly marked' and show tho country where the 'goods were manufactured. Agreed to. BOUSE. The House proceeded with the con- ference report on tho River and Har- bor bill. After a brief debate the conference was agreed to. Delegate Smith of Arizona to-day introduced in the House a bill to au- thorize the removal of the Indians of the Papago reservation in 3Iaricopa county, Arizona, to the Papago reser- vrtion in Pima county, or to the Gila litver or Salt River reservations. F.lbe Mllll R I'M In ft. By Cable and Associated DRESDEN, Sept. river Elbe is rising rapidly, and a portion of the city is inundated. A numberof school houses are closed, as they were in danger of being submerged. The Boden river, in Silesia, has overflowed its banks, and the town of Fischerwerder is inundated. A Departure. By Associated Press.] OTTAWA, Sept. Labor Con- gress last r.ight adopted the following: Rp.ftolved, That we demand in be-' half of the people of this country the right hereafter to elect onr (tovernor instead of having one appointed by the British Government. TO Bo Ordered. By Cable and Associated Press f BKUSSKLS, Sept. C Belgian Labor Party has resolved to declare a general strike on the occasion of the meeting of the Labor Congress on the 14th inst. Bar silver. 1 LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Wo Cattle In Klko. There is no truth whatever in the assertion published in the Reno GA- ZKTTE lust week that Judge Bigelow had offered his cattle for sale at a head. Cattle in Elko county are worth more than that, and the Judge is not so eager to get out of the busi- ness as to sejl his stock for less than the market price. There are no cattle fur pale in this county for a bead. Independent. The GAZETTE said nothing of the kind. It stated that Judge Bigelow was offered that price, ancj should have added after talcing out his beef." BREVITIES. _____ Don't forget the drawings of Hyrnan Fredrick's watch clubs this evening. There are telegrams at the telegraph otlicd for Carrie "Morrill, J. J. Hill and Geo. R. Hudson. Franiiis G. Newlands left this morn- ing for San Francisco, expecting to be gone about a week. Joseph Marzen of Lovelock arrived in town thm morning to attend a meet- ing of the State Agricultural Society. The funeral of trie late James W. Poor, which topic place from the Bap- tist Church this afternoon, was largely atten'ded by the many frieiidd of the family. Many delegates to the Republican State Convention from the Eastern part of the State arrived on last even- ing's V. T. express and left for home this morn inn. Win Mrek Philip Sioythe. Fro-oily from York, WMU accused of xtealliiff Squaw Of-ek, Boise City, Idaho, a-ict lync'tars put a ropn around hs nei-k to a on. H-i Win r It-as-'d ami plaond bi- cuxe ire tliH Di-lriol AltniUHV. Tun m-nay (men f'und nod the boy's iuuo- oence established. A Blazing Hot pay in New Jersey. NEW1YORK FARMERS' LEAGUE, President Harrison at Cresson Springs. A Proposition to Rejnove- the XajOlf.no _ i .Their LmborH Concluded. By Cable and Associated Press.] LIVERPOOL, Sept. to-day's session of the Trades Unions' Congress it was resolved to boycott unfairly made goods and all train ways and boats whose imployes are underpaid. Also to exclude the representatives of non-union papers from future con- gresses. Birtwisile, the leader of Ihe cotton workers, resigned from the Parliamentary Committee, giving as a reason that he was not in favor of a passage compulsory eight hour labor law. John Burns, was appointed in Birtwistle's stead. The announce- ment was received with cheers and groans. The Congress was dissolved. The Prpuldont at By Associated Press CBESSON SPRINOS, Sept. was rather an uneventful day for the President. He 'arose somewhat re- freshed from his trip yesterday. Secretary Halford said the President would not act upon any official mat- ters before Monday at least, and only thereafter on such as shall be abso- lutely necessary. He added that there was no truth in the report from Wash- ington that the President h.id selected Michener of Indiana as First Assistant Postmaster General, vice Clarkson. Will Developments. By Associated Press.] BOSTON, Sept. Lynn morocco manufacturers have decided not to put any more skins in soak, pending fur- ther developments. This will throw out of employment every morocco worker in who, with the fin- ishers and tanners, are estimated at over Phenoiitlnuily Hot By Associated Press NEW BRUNSWICK (N. Sept. This is the hottest day here of this year' At 11 A. M. the mercury stood at above zero, and at noon many manufacturing firms shut down, 'the men not being able to stand the hpat The mercury ranged from to Fr noh By Cable and Associated Press.] PARIS, Sept. four unsuc- cessful attemp's to fight duels on ac- count of differences arising from the Boulanger revelations, in an encounter to-day at Laclinge, Holland, Thiebaud was wounded slightly in the thigh. A Federation. By Associated Press.] ALBANY, Sept. New York State Farmers' League was incorpo- rated to-day. The object is to unite tho farmers of the State for political action and secure a federation of all the farmers in the State. Rnnlc lotaiement. By Associated Press NEW YORK, Sept. The weekly bank statement shows a resprve tie- crease of The banks hold ICBH than the rpquirement. A NBW YARIEHr OP Which la Eagerly Devoured, by Mtock. The Genoa Courier says: Henry Fulatone has discovered, to him a new variety of erass ou hn ranch in Jacks Valley. He sent a sample of it to the Experiment Station at the State Uni- versity and it was pronounced to be velvet grass. The grass averages two feet in night, has abundance of seed, a head similar to timothy, but drooping like millet. There are numeronx blades surrounding the stalk. It makes fine hav and is devoured by stock with great eagerness. This grass in growing on ft. dry spot of land in Mr7 Full-tone's meadow and he not know how it. igot started. He mowed the patch tor hay this season but intends saving the seed nest year. A Tip on m. The New York Tribune says This is how an expert statistician figures out the chances of winning in a lottery "A ticket implies one chance in three of winning 85 cents, one chance in nineteen of winning 75, and one chance in of winning 25. It will he flfen, therefore, that the moot unswerving devotion to the rmrchnw of lotterv cannot be depended upon tu insure affl'Jenceor even a   1 with Inn deiionncecl him in of bid ouKtoinoru us the author of th fire. He iti now in priaon awaiting trial. A Water ACI-OKH The Savunnali Jfews aays: Captain A. Cook of the D SHton dredge-boat, which is cutting a canal from H.irt Lake to the Econlockhatchie, cct  r. .F. H. Mcl.Han'6 l.ltiieLln-rMiid Kidney 1'UU-tt-. They are i-lnasant to lake anil will cure you. ir, cents a vJai. SCOTT'S EMULSION Of Pure Cod Liver Oil and HYPOPHOSPHITES of Lime and Soda la endorsed and prescribed by loading because both the Cod Liter Oil and are the rpcogutzoil agents In iiie euro of Consumption. It Is as palatable as milk. Scoff's Emulsion it a wonderful fletlt Producer. It if the jtctt Hitnedy for CONSUMPTION, Scrofula, Bronchitis, Wasting Dis- eases, Chronic Coughs and Colds. Ask tor Scott's Emulsion and take no other. TowD_Propcrty. I HAVE VERY DKSIRABT.E TOWN property for Hale, bitiuitcd in the plcaH autest part of town BUILDING LOTS Suitable for dwellings, with n commanding view, can be had at Jail prices Also Choice Business Block. If you wish to speculate or be and see or address u y WM. THOMPSON. _jnchiatf___________Reno Nov.__ NOTICE TO KANCIIldlS ON AND AFTER THE FIRST day of November next I will se'l ap- pie trees at the lollowing low rates in large lots for cash with order: Appl; trees 2 to 4 feet high, cts each by the 100 or 1000; apple trees 4 to 7 feet high 25 cts each by the >ooo 1000; apple trees 7 to i'2 high 50 'ts each by the loo o: 1000 bearing size and age, but cash must accompany the order and the cost of ceuts per no discount to any one. STEPHEN CONNOR. Reno and Mt. Ho DC Nurseries, sestl'im Reno, Nevada, HA HA All grades and color. Boye and CTDIUI O K A W A full line of J. B. Stetson Co. FINE HATS In all grades. of HATS of the A Large Assortment of Men'? and Boys' Suspenders. 82 SO SHOE. Bittn.Lui.Ciiiinu 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 ia all grades and colors. 6 Ail 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 Oil BEFORE SEPT. 1, 1890. Iu order to raise this amcut wo will continue to sacrilice our elegant stood of DRY AND FANCY GOODS 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: Dear Park Mineral Scrims H te1, NOW OPEN FOR THE ACCOMMO1M- tion ot guests. By rail to TrucVee; from there my Ftage runs daily on arrival of ti aiu from the West. Borrd hnd lodging, to per week: ij miles from Truckee; miles from Tahoc City. All communications addressed True City. kxe, Cal. J. B. hCOTT, Proprietor f ILLIAR.DIION BROTHER, TTkBALERS.IN BEEF, MUim PORK, VEAL, ETC. Are prepared to the best meats at the lowest 1'ving rates, novz? Mow Mlrrrt Mt Lots for Sale. 1 OR MORK ELIGIBLE BUILDING 1 for Rale at easy prices and easy south of .the Xiucltee river, soub- HAYDON. O C 10 OX U'J QX O9 fflf f Olf A i (3 TTCKETS A i O Give you one of those ntylishJSide Combe. Give you one silver-plated Sugar Shtll or one Novelty Hair Flu. Give you one silver-plated Butter (Knife, or a pair of very pre.ty liracelets. Give you the choice of a fine rolled eold plati- Lace Pin. a patrol 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 liar Rings, x. Give you the Choice of a set ol Rogers' Sooonn, a beautiful Lncc Pm, a lovely pair of stylUh Bracelets or.a handsome Necklace Give you the choice of a set of Rogers' Knives, a superb pair of fine rolled gold plate Bracelets, a very choice pair of Ear Rings or a set of Rogers' Forks. Give you the choice of a most elaborate pair of fine rolled gold plate Bracelets, a very stylish fine rolled gold plate Necklace or set of Rogers' Table Spoons. This is no Lottery. No Humbug. To a buy our goods cheaper than any other store in the State will soil them to you, and in addition for no extra charge or expense you will receive the choice of any of the above articles according to the amount of tickets you may hold. Call and see these PREMIUM are on exhibitior in our mammoth store. Parties indebted to us must pay up at once and save costs,   

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