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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 8, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                JOB WORK The Neatest, The Best, At the Gazette Office. VOL. XXIX. ENVELOPES Printed Cheaper than the Cheapest WASHOE COUNTY; NEVADA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBEK 8, 1890. NO. 137. MISCELLANEOUS. Highest of all in Leavening S. Report, Aug. 17, 1889. ABSOLUTELY PURE RAILII01D ACCIDENT, Two Engineers and a Tramp Killed. TO DAY'S ELECTION H mm. and the Native Sons' celebration are attracting many Nevadans to the Golden State. A special train of eight plnepers, oaded with members of the Broiher- hood of Locomotive Firemen on tu-m way to San Francisco, passed west last i Sattlrditv nifrhf. nhniit ft I ANNOUNCEMENTS. car 's inserted under tins head for Jj, payable in advance. For County Recorder. A self a candidate for County Recorder of Wnshoe to the decision of thr Republican County Convention. _ _ _ WM. B P Foi County Clerk. HKRKBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS A _1 can idate for the office of Clerk ol Washoe County, subject to the decision ol tht Republican County saug _ ORLANDO EVANS. County Clerk. HW. HIGGINS HEREBY ANNOUNCES himself as a candidate for Count; Clerk, subject to the deoisiou of the Repubh c.tti Comity Convention.__________________ County Oomm ssloner. WP. M'LAUGHLIN' HERFBY AN- nauuces htmseli as a candidate for County Commissioner (long subject tu the decision of the DemociaUc County Con- vention. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. DIRKCTOKS' MEETING, let and Kmployes Ap- Reed Thought To Be Elected by an Increased Majority. At of the Directors of State Agricultural Society held Saturday the following business was transacted: Director Builey was instructed to close the present entrance to the grounds and remove the same to the rear of the Grand Stand. The following privileges were let: F. Schroder A bar and cigars 00 W. 0. T, milk shake and soda. Struck by Lightning Traffic Temporarily Suspended. 'HAN O'CONNOR HfcMEBY ANNOUNCES X7 himselt f r the ofluc ol County Commis- sioner (.ong subject to the decision ol the- Republican County Convention. H. For Commissioner. RW. PARRY HEREBY ANNOUNCES himseli for the office of long tern Commissioner, aubiect to the decision of tin Republican County Convention. Short Term Commissioner. WM. MERRILL ANNOUNCES HIMSELF a candidate for Short Term Cora inissioner, subject to the decision of the Re- publican County Convention. For Sheriff. W. H. CAUGHL1N ANNOUNCES HIM- self as n candidate for Sl-eriU, subject to decision Convention. of the Republican County For County Clerk. W. A. FOGG HEREBY ANNOUNCES himself a candidate lor County Clerk, btihject to the decision of the Republi- can County Convention. Oovmty Commissioner. JAMES SULLIVAN ANNOUNCES HIM- self as a candidate for Long Term County Commissioner, subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. For Constable. SW. UPSON HEREBY ANNOUNCES hlmse fas a candidate for Constable of Reno Township, subject to the decision oftlie Republican County Con.ention. Pavilion...................................; 3S oo U. T. u., candy l e orjam, .'avlllon................................ 40 00 Mrs. M. E. Palmer, tee cream. grounds 7.100 _offin I.arcorabe. finite at grnnnda 120 50 Louis smith, wheel privilege, grounds............................... S50 00 The pool privilege was let to Schwartz Co. of San Francisco. The music was awarded to Hast- Rand. All privileges must be piid for on'or September loth. The following is a list of employes appointed: J, F. Krmuitt, Marwhal- J. H. Soagraves, exit gate; M. Haw-' rroft, entrance James Bell, aunt. entrance gate; S. AI. Jamison, ticket agent, gate; C. J. Campbell, entrv clerk; Seymour Williams, timers' uate; Win. Baugh, judge's gate- A E Pine; track gate; -Henry Johnson' track pate; 1'. Keating, north entrance to urand stand John Clark, south en- trance to grand stand; Arthur Caugh- Im, ticket agent, gate; Dwight Jones, ticket agent, gate; P. H. Mulcahy ticket aaent, grand-stand; C. F. Stew- trt, ticket auent, grand stand; J. V policeman, grand stand; W jiirti-u'rt clerk; AI Sellers, >atrolman; Campbell, patrolman; Thomas Wheeler, patrolman; John Campbell, night, watchman; Ed Seitz, dav watchman. Employes at John- son, night watchman; C. D. Vuii entry clerk; H. W. HiggiiiH, door W. D. Wagar, ticket Frank Savage, dav watchman; Henry Cutting, day watchman. Director Bailey was authorized to provide hay and grain for all exhibit- ors at the lowest market rates. C. NOVACOVICH. H. I. BBRRY. BERRY MACOVICH, -----Wholesale and Retail Dealers in----- Groceries, Provisions, FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, Fish: a A: Oysters In season. FRUITS Of ALL KINDS, Wlnea, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Crockery. Bne assortment FANCY Commerefa! Row, FOR t'OU.NTY RECORDER. Wi B. the PACIFIC BREWERY, Reno Soda Works and Granite Saloon. GK KERTHL, .Successor to George Becker. Beer by the Glass, Quart, Bottle or Keg at shortest noticp. Beer of the bent quaflty always on country C-omaterclal Mow-. Reno. Nevailn. Lots for Sale. 1 OH OR MORK ELIGIBLE BDILDING Lots for sale at easy pricei nnd terms, south of the Tjuckee river, souh- east of Reno. Knquirt. of In Out for Oflloe. Mr. Dnugherty has held many offi- cial and public positions, and has been through Ilie whole list of county posi- tions of a clerical character, having filled the different offices of County Clerk, Auditor and Recorder; clerk of three difleient courts and C.'iirt Com- niissionpr, and thus practically accpiir- ii.g a varied fund of knowledge. He has also filled the position of Deputy State Controller for a number of years; and has for the past two years or more been the Principal of the Business Department in the State UniverHiiy. Mr. Daugherty needs no other rec- ommendation his record as an ac- countant and competent rlerk is HO well known that words seem super- fluous. It is to say that if given tho nomination und elected he will make as competent a Kccorder as evenhis county had. Attention. Firemen The members of Monumental En- gine Company, No. 6., are reqrested to be at their engine house this (Mon- Important business will couie before the meeting By order of E. S. WILSON, v. Foreman. An Innane Patient Kn Route. O. D. Wilds, a deputy sheriff from Alturas, came in on the N.-C -0. this luorninjr, having in charge a young man named J. M. McCarter, wli'o lias been adjudged insane, and is being taken to the Napa Insane p MOST PERFECT MADE. ITomlhe Professor of Chemistry, California Collie of SAN FRANCISCO, JANUARY 74, igSo I have made a careful analysis of a sample of Dr. Price's Cream bv me in open market The re-ults of my ihw tha Cream of Tartar used in its manufacture is pure andI thai ta n any foreign substances, such as Alum" Ammonia. Limeor oU I consider it to be pure and wholesome and in evirv wav J superior artic'e. WENZELL. M. D. Ph. M., Ph. O. frofaaoT ot Chemistry in the Calm. Col. of Pharm., (Tnirenfty of OOilornia. Matters. By Associated Preas.l WASHINGTON, Sept. Senate this morning agreed to the conference report on the River and Harbor bili without a division. Tbe bill now goes to the President. The Tariff bill was taken op and debute on the bill and amendments was limited to 30 minutes for any Senator on any one subject. After a cumber of verbal amend- ments were agreed to, Plumb offered v. amendment imposing a tax of 75 per galloii on distilled spirits. He said he offered it because he believed it would be necessary to have additional revenue, and this provided to meet the requirements of the Gov- ernment. A reduction of revenue, which the bill as it passed the would effect, has been established at by the restoration of the tobacco tax. In the Senate that reduction hns been diminished-to qualified by the somewhat ambiguous statement roin the Finance Committee that if the importations were kept up on the present ncale, notwithstanding the in- crease of duty, the reduction of revenue would be only about Plumb went on to give a resume of the appropriations for years and to argue that the appropriations for future years would not fall shirt of those for this year, and would, in regard to netiBioiiB, etc., largely exceed them. In fact, ho should be greatly surprised if, in the next three years, the payments on ac- account of that law would not amount to f per year. Berry asked Plumb how many ap- plications had already been received under the new peoRion law. Plumb gave the number at over four hundred thousand. Cockrell added there will be between 600.00J and 700.00J in all. Plumb said no doubt there will be or appropriations unde that law, and the appropriations nude it would amount to at least a year within the next three or fou years. Ho estimated the expenditures c the Government at it revenues at and said tha there would be a deficit just as euro as the rising of the sun. Wilson of Iowa opposed the amend- ment on the ground that it would put in the pockets of men who owned gallons of distilled spirits now on hand. Dawes opposed the amendment be- cause the increased tax would not apply to whisky t.n hand, which would be thus appreciated in price to the amount of 35 cents a gallon, and also because he would not admit by impli- cation that the pending bill would re- sult in a deficit. Plumb offered an amendment mak ing it apply to all whisky hereafter produced or withdrawn from bond. The amendment was rejected, yeas 17, nays 39. Vance moved to reduce the duty on cord clothing from 50 to 25 cents fquare foot. Rejected. The sugar section was then take up, the immediate subject of consider- ation being the Finance Committee's amendment to the paragraph impos- ing duties on all sugars above number 13. Sherman argued against the amendment and in favor of the House proposition, which would allow all sugars under No. 16 of duties standard, including good qualities of brown sugar largely used by the people, to come in free of duty. Maine Klrctlon: By Associated Press. BIDDEFOBD, Sept. S.-fThei election opened very quietly here, and a large vote was polled in the first half hour. Biddeford will probably give a-Demo- cratic majority of 150. years ago their majority was 402. At noon the vote was very close, with the Democratic Bide slightly in the lead. At 2 o'clock the contest is the closest for years. The Republicans now claim a slight majority in the but the oaiunm? mum uomn result may be changed at any timr. of Club No. 1 and Major Hall of Club The Republicans predict a plurality So< were the lucky ones. Henry Higgina and Joe Murphy drew the FURNISHING GOODS. HATS BOOTS AND SHOES. To-day a GAZETTE reporter wa shown a peach grown in a Dayton (Nev.) orchard which measured nine inches in circnmference, and was of fine flavor the grown in Delaware or Maryland. At Hyman Fredrick's watch club drawings Saturday nij-ht Frank Coffin The Republicans predict a plurality for Reed in his district larger than two years ago. PORTLAND, Sept. noon the Republican party was ahead in eix wards out of seven, with indications that tt will hwe majority. Reed will that and perhaps more in Portland. At 2 o'clock every indication is that Reed will have a large plurality in than two years ago. The entire Republican ticket will have at least 900 plurality. BANGOR, Sept. lightest vote for years is being polled, with great scratching. The result in the city is greatly in doubt, and the Republicans are not claiming the city by over 200 at the outside. The prospect is good for the election of at least one Demo- cratic representative, bnt nothing defi- nite can be told till the entire vote is counted. It is extremely quiet. LEWISTON, Sept. At noon the vote was very evenly divided. At Auburn the Republicans were leading. SACO, Sept. vote at noon showed a fair Repnblican majority. At Old Orchard the Republicans ate well ahead. Could Wot Pass oo a Single Track. Bj Associated Press.) LOCKPORT (N. Sept. morning two Northshore trains col- lided with terrific force in this city. The engines were badly broken up and the tenders driven into the buffet cars next to them. Baggageman W. A. Fiedler was killed and two other trainmen seriously hurt. The passen- gers were badly shaken up, but none were wounded. WHEKLINQ Sept. morning two freight trains met in col- lision on the Baltimore Ohio, thirty miles east of here, and both engines and a dozen cars were destroyed. The wreck took fire. Engineers Dominick Kelly and Trickley, and an unknown man, supposed to be a tramp, were killed. names from the boxes. This niorninu about S o'clock tl e show window of P. Brunn's shoe shop wan broken inta and a pair of and probably more were taken befi Mr. Brunn, who heard the gla-ts rattl. was able to get to the fiont of his shop. IHrd or Kidney Complaint. Adolph Bail received a telegram this morning from San Francisco announc- ing the death of John H. Wieland, the eldent of the brothers and senior mem- ber of the Wieland Brewing Company. In Town and II am let. The seeds of Intermittent and bllons re- mittent era germlna'o and bear fruit. No community has altogether escaped It in populous wards ol largo clth's sewerage causes It, and In ihelr s bc-rbn stagnant In sunken lots breed it. Th< re Is at once a remedy and means of prev.-ntlon Us name Is Houtotter'- Stomanh Bitters, whiuu Is without n oncl- vent re, the ivost i otent aiuklo'e in exist- ence to the malarial virus. Kortllled with thisInrorai.arablB, tic Influences may be encountered with absolute Impunity. isordrrs of the stom- ach, liver and bowels, begotten by m asma- talnted water, or any other caua ouccutib to tne beneficent corrective named, and rheumatic, kidney ami bladder tronblen are siirelv removable by its use when U Is given s penlsteLt trial. My Summer Stock Is Now Complete, -------Consisting; of -f The Latest and Best Styles OP- Men's and Boys' Clothing, Underwear, Socks, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, All Shades and Patterns, Cellars, Cuts. Windsor Tits and Drie Dims. STWW HATS All grades and colon. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP Men's, Boya and Children's STRAW HATS Alt grades and colon. A full line of J. B. Stetson Co. FINE HATS In all grades. J. E. Moore of Stockton, nso Abletlne ror man and bnast, for In- flamed eyes and eweeneylt has no cuua Am never wl liout It." The urlulnnl nml genuine Ableitnu preparation bears the fac- simile algnatnrj of U. F. KKYKU. When yon ore constipated, with Ions of appetite, headache, taku one olD r J. II. McL.-an's Kittle Llur and hiilney They are pleasant to take and will cure yon. cents a vial, Best Grade. A Large Assortment of and Boys' Suspenders, SDNDERLAND'S S2 5O SHOE, BottoD.Lace.CoHiK 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 and colors. TO THE BIGHT. Traiu Wrecuera. By Associated Press.] ALBANY (N. Sept. mys- tery attending the apprehension of John Reed, who was detained all day yesterday on suspicion of bemg one of the Central train wreckers was par- tially explained this morning by the arrest of John Kiernan, a West Albany freight John Cordial, a freight conductor. Both are striking Khights. From words overheard by a reporter during Reed's cross-questioning by the Pinkertoo'e it is evident the arrests were made on information furnished by Reed. The latter has been very prominent in his hostility to the Pink- ertons. Oo cot be Imposed on by any of the numerous Imitations, subslltnUw, etc., which are flooding tbo world. There ia only one Swift'i SpeclOc, and there la nothing like It Onr remedy con- tains no Mercury, Potash, Arsenic, or any pois- onous substance whateTer. It np the gen- eral health from the first dose, and baa never failed to eradicate conUgtoni blood poison and its from tho system. Be sure to get the genuine. Bend jronr address for onr Treatise on I Blood and Skin Diseases, which will be mailed tne. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta. Oa. Mtrnrh by By Associated Press.] ALTOONA Sept. Lightning struck the offices of the Pennsylvauia K.i road Company at noon, completely de troying them. Many valuable pa- were burned and the loss is heavy. Traffic is temporarily suspended. i urchaaea. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Sept. 8. The amount of silver offered for sale to the Treasury Department to-day was The amount purchased was ounces at 172 to 1728. Bar silver, I BREVITIES. A London Htrlke. By Cable and Associated Press.] LONDON, Sept. dock labor- ers, coal porters, sailors and firemen at Southampton bave struck against the employment of non-unim men The strikers placed pickets at the rail- way stations, who menace the non- union men who are going to take their places. Rcporfed Kallroad Accident. Bj Associated Pros.] WHEELING (W. Sept. serious accident is reported on the Baltimo-e Ohio road near Littleton. Six persons are reported killed. Local and General The river still keeps up. Last night was uncomfortably cool. Is Reno to have a wool warehouse Congress will not adjourn until late n September. Tho N.-C.-O. Company is slowly mshing the road northward. A creamery on the Meadows would make a market for lota of hay. The farmers are about through put- ing up the second crop of alfalfa. The pay-roll of the N.-C.-O. is no small item, and most of the money is spent in Reno. The prospects are that the work of rebuilding the Sme'ting'Works will soon be commenced. On some parts of Trtickee Meadows heavy frosts have appeared for several nights, badly injuring all kinds of vines. People who attended the Episcopal Church last evening complain that a gang of ill-bred boys disturbed the congregation. Patches of snow are still visible in many places on the Sierras west of Reno. There is quite a bank on old Mount Rose. Travel on all the railroads is very brisk now. The California State Fair NEW TO-DAY. Board of Equalization. OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK, Washoe Couatv, N vada, Reno, Sept. 8, 1890. VTOTICS IS HEREEV GIVEN THAT THE County Assestor of Wash e County, Ne vada, has completed the tax list or assess ment roll for A. D. 1890. and hnsduly attached his certificate thereto and elivered'it and the map books, and all original lints of propertv given to him, to the C.crk of the Hoard of County Commissioners: that the Board of County Commissioners will meet oil Monday, September Asa Boardof Equalization, and will hear and determine a'l complaints made in rcg rd to th assessed value ol any property within said county; and will chnnge and correct any venation, either by adding thereto or de- ducting therefrom, if they deem the same fixed in the assessment 'oil either above or below the true value, whether said sum was fixed by the o ner or Assesso except that in case where the person complaining of the assessment has refused to eivc Ihe Assessor his list under oath as required by law. In s-ich cases no reduction will be made by the Board of Equalization in the assessment made by the Assessor. The assessment roll will be kept open for public Inspection at he County Clerk's office until aiter adiournment of thr Board ot Equalization. 1'he of Equalization will continue in session from time to time until the ol Equalization is deposed of. but said Boprit wi I not sit after the firs: Monday in ctober 1800; except that the Board of Equalization will meet to qualize the assessment roll and hear complaints in excepted cases mentioned in the revenue law, section 1891, General statutes of Nevada. T. V. JUI.ll-N. Clerk f the Board of County Commissioners September 8, 1890. sepSwi All Goods sold at the Lowest Possible Price. Ladies' and Gent's Boots and Shoes made to order; neatly done. F. LEVY BROTHER. WANTED, ON OR BEFORE SEPT. 1, 1890. In order to raise this amcut we will continue to sacrifice our elegant btocd of DRY AND of FANCY 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 which you can have your choice of the following: 3 TICKETS GiVe of thosc 8 TICKETS G'Ve you one Sugar Shell or one Novelty tin. 10 TICKETS "ilvcr-Ptated Butter '.Knife, or a pair of TOWD Property. I HAVE VERY DESIRABLE TOWN property for sale, situated in the 'pleas ifftt antest part of town BUILDING LOTS Suitable for dwellings, with a commanding view, can be had at tail prices. Also Choice Business Block. If yon wish to speculate or be and see or address u 
                            

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