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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 15, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                JOB WORK "The Neatest, The Best, At the Gazette Office. ENVELOPES Cheaper than the Cheapest. >VOL. XXIX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, MONDAY, SKPTEMBEK 15, 1890. 143, ANNOUNCEMENTS. car's inserted under this head for payable in adv.mce. bhort Term Commissioner. WILLIAM hereby anil .unces himself ior Short term subject to the decision o the Repub.ican County Convention.______ For County Recorder. J RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE MY self a candidate for Couniv Recorder o Washoe county, vutycct to Ihe decision of thi- Republican County O'luention. _ Poi County Clerls. I HEREBY ANNOUNCK MYSELF A3 A can idatc for the office of Cleric o Washoc County, subject to the deciiion ol the Republican County Coii-ention. 2iiiiK______________OK 1. A NDO EVANS. County Clerk. HW. HIGCINS HEREBY ANNOUNCES himself a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the decision of the Republ can County Convention._________________ daioner. Wl: MlAfGHLIN' HERFHY AN nounces hi nisei I as a candidate County Coinmiisioner (long subject ti> the decision of tlie Demociatic County Con vention County Commissioner. O'CONNOR HKUKBY ANNOUNCES J.7 hirascK f r the offi.e 01 County CoraraU- Hiourr onjf subject to the decision ol the Kepubliciti County Convention. For Commissioner. PARRY HEREBY ANNOUNCES httnsell fur the office of IOIIK term Coniniistijner. -ubiect to the decision of the Republican County Convention. Short Term Commissioner. MEKKIT.L ANNOUNCES HIMSELF T a-> a candidate for aho't Term Com- missioner, subject to the decision of the He- publican County Convention. For Sheriff. II CAUGHLIN ANNOUNCES HIM- IT srlf as a candidate for Sl'tntt. subject to decision of the Republican County Ciniveiitioii. For County Olerk. W. A. I'OOO HKR'TY ANNOUNCES himself a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the decision of the Republi- can County Convention. County Commissioner. TAMKS SULLIVAN ANNOUNCKS HIM self as a candidate for Long Term County Commissioner, subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. For Constable. SW. ri'SON HKREDY ANNOUNCES liiiuse fas a candidate for C .nstable of Ketio Township, subject to the decision of the Republican (Juunty Contention Central Park Horse Market H. W. WOODS, Prop'r OPPOSITE NEW CITY HALL. EN trance on Mission street, near iJth.S-an 1'rancisco, Cnl. With mv business experience and extensive acquaintance, and mv desiie to gue the highest satisfaction in all my dealing1- prompts me to sav. if you want to buv or sell n pOHy. siddle horse, driving horse, draft horse or mule, give me n call Horses taken for sale on commission. solicited. sepgdw If you Jiavc a COLD or COUGH, nrute or lending to CONSUMPTION, SCOTT'S EMULSION OF E.IVI2IK Oil AND HYPOPHOSPHITES L13IB AND SODA oxrmHi IT. Tills propnrnilon unntnlua the silmnln ting of the and flno NHftrfftlun Livrr Oil. US' by pliyHloluna nil tlio wurld ovor. It Is jMtltilable ntlllc. Tlirno 1 1 mesas eftlca cloua na plain Oil. A Cinnlslon. than inndn. I ot all forma Uiaraxts, COXSUMPTTON, Scrofula, and as a Flesh Producer there Is nothing HUo SCOTT'S EMULSION. It la sold by all DruKKlms. J.otnooneby prnrusooxi'liiiintlimor InipndiMit outreiuy Induco you to uccoiit a mibailluto. for 'Onr Family Physician" is- n valuable and reliable doctoi book, to ever uew subscribor tbo WEEKLY CHICAGO GAS TRUSTS To be Taken into the Courts. SOME APP01STMESTS. A Lake Schooner Wrecked Crew Lost A Defunct Business Firm Charged Wifeb Larceny. Mhlu'H Sicarly Annihilated By Associated Press.! NEW YOUK, Sept. Captain of the steamer Norumndie reports that veKterday a ternoon he righted the Ameriean Hhip Challenge Hying a Rig- nal of distress and sent a boat to her through a howling Htorm. Captain Thompson of the Challenge reported that during a terrilio hurricane on September 1st, tweho of his crew were wanhed overboard and the majority of he remainder were too ill to work. In addition to the twelve men killed, four had arms and legs broked. leav- ng but four men to work the ship. Tim Captain tusked for no assistance, sent a letter by the Normandie to ,he ship's owner. The Challenge iu a irat-olass three-master, tons mrden, and owned by Arthur Sewall Co., Bath, Maine. She was taking i cargo of general merchandise from Portland Or., to West Hartelpool, Kni-land, and was on her way home in ml hist to receive a cargo here for Port- and, Or. The Challenge carried wonty-two men in her crew of officers tnd cooks. A tug will go out to look or her to-day. She was sighted bout two hundred and fifty miles out tt sea and will be brought to this port. Af'4-r Jy Associated Press.J CHICAGO, Sept. was began by the city this afternoon to forfeit he charier of the Chicago Gas Trust, which >s composed of four gas com- MinieH. The charges are that they (legally combined to suppress cotnpe- ition and create monopoly, with the result that the city and individual con- sumers are charged exorbitant rates or gas. With JLnrceny. By Associated Press.] BOSTON, Sept. 15. Walter Potter tnd J. D. Dovi-11, of Potter, Lovell "Jo., have been arrested on a charge of mbezxlement and larceny on com- >liiint of Richardson of Philadelphia, 'resident of the Edgehill Finance 'om party, who alleges, the embezzle- nent and larceny of worth of londs of the Edtjehill Company. These bonds were deposited with 'otter Lovell, and it is alleged they jonverted them to their own use. The Potter-Lovell prisoners were hold in bail. Both furnished bonds. Indian By Associated Press.] uiifsoN SPRINGS Sept. 15. The President has sent ihe following louiinations to Washington: David W. Matthews of Oregon, agent for the ndians of the Klamath Agency, vice ClishaT. Applenate, removed; A. L. ilussey of Oregon, agent of the Grande Uonde Agency, vice Thomas M. Fal- coner, resigned. Right Find a Watery  f Cleveland, is lost with a crew of eight on Lake Superior. MOST PERFECT WADE. STATE ASSAY OFFICE. I have analyzed DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER bought by. me iu opcu market and have found it Iree from Alum and Ammonia and containing no Uoleterios ingredients of any kind. It makes fine light b-ead, and I can recommend it to all wishing pure and wholesome food. LOUIS FALKENAD, formerly State Assayer, San Francisco, Jan. 35.1889. I Matters. By Associated Press.1 WASHINGTON, Sept. reported back the tariff bill with Sen- ate amendments, with a tion that they be non-concurred in. Rei'erred to Committee of the Whole. McKinley then offered a resolution from the Committee on Rules, but be- fore it could be read Enloe rose to a question of privilege aud offered the following: Resolved, That the clerk of the be directed to communicate to the Senate the fact that the House reprobates and condemns the utter- ances of Robert P. Kennedy, delivered in the House on September 3d, reflect- ing the character of and the in tegrity of the. Senate as a body. Dingley raised the point of order that this did not present such a ques- tion of privilegs as would take McKin- -ley from the floor. At tlw suggestion of the Speaker, Enloe withdrew his resolution for the present, and Me Kinley reported a resolution for the immediate consideration of the tariff bill in the House. That after two hours of general d bate it shall be in order to move to non-concur in the Senate amendments in the gross and agree to the commit- tee of conference asked for by the Sen- ate, and the House shall, without further delay or other motion, proceed to vote on said motion. The previous question on the resolution was ordered, yeas 116, nays 71. Bloiint of Georgia protested against the resolution, contending it was a parody on deliberation. McMillan oi Tennessee also opposed the resolution and the Com- mittee on Rules for reporting it; that a majority in the caucus had de- termined not only that the minorily should be thrott ed, but that the plumed knight should -be throttled. The resolution was 113, nays 72. The remainder of the Senate amend- ments to the Tariff bill were put through the Ways and Means Com- mittee in short order this morning, a non-concurrence being recommended in each case. When the amendment fixing November 1st as the date upon which goods in bond imported should be withdrawn was reached, the Demo- cratic members showed a disposition to amend the Senate amendment so as to extend the time, but notwithstand- ing an apparent unanimity of the com- nittee in the opinion that there should be an extension, it was decided a re- sult could be more speedily reached by leaving the matter to the conferees than by undertaking to adjust it in a committee of the House, so, as in the case of the other amendments, a non- concurrence was voted and the Chair- man authorized to report the bi 1 to the House Committee on Rules, McKinley made a brief state of ;ho Senate amendments. The conference report on the rail- road land forfeiture bill was taken up, md Sa'iders resumed his argument. gLOCAL- INTELLIGENCE. KKEVITIES. Kead the 50-ceut ud. of lost turkeys. Mis. l''rutik liell IB reported euiue UclUef. Uuvurnor C. C. Stevenson is again .-y low. Tne hoard of Equalization was iu Auuiu Becker returned from a visa to Culuuiuia turn inoruliig. Huu. Tnuuiiib 1'ituti and wno leave lor oeulllo Inu laot ul Una vteeK. iiciiO' E. Saiilord, the W. .1 bcuultiu   luers returued riau uiuuuisco aud bttcrauieulo xeater- y 'i'lie dry goods stores are all closed ou ..ccouut 01 Juwioti iNew Vuur, VMIICU me u >ery uuil uppeitrauce. iu t'rednck's walcli club tsaiuruuv A. U. tlio Huiclrni JSo. I, auu i'lleljm IU ClUu iNu. 2. ugor autl J.   tit any and all forms. Mr. Lindsay is the inventor, and ladies can rety upon his system aud work. He can do all be claims for it. ________ Jlorarihirf Caught. Sheriff Fellows of Humboldt county arrived on last evening's V. T. ex- press, having in charge a man by the imme of PeUroli, charged with 'horse stealing iu the northern part of Huiii- boldt county. The "Figaro" Stirs Up Boulanger. R. B. SWITCHMEN'S COTOIW. A Belgian Universal Suffrage Convention, The Odd Fellows' Grand L odge In Session. Frrnrli Poll t lot. By Cable and Associated Press PARIS, Sept. Fignro con- tinues to publish the Boulanger revela- tions. The latest are to the effect thai Boulanger is bound in honor to over throw the Republic, but that the par ties disagreed as to who should be placed in power. Dillon told the trus- tees of the Duke's fund that he would be the first to shoot Boulanger if he broke his word. Comte de Paris' organ admits that the Royalists subsi- sted Boulangists. Boulanger's organ, referring to the assertion of the Ducbess of Duzes thai she had a letter compromising Bou- langer and Royalietn, hints that Bou langer had letters pr wing the Duchesx threw away money because she loved, him. -In an interview, Boulanger de- nied that he had bargained to upset the Republic aud declares he never handled money, which was Dillon'c affair, and says he has been deceived and made use of by everybody. Cardinal Rampella, Papal Secretary of State, instructed the Papal Nun- cio here to assure the French Govern- ment that there never were any nego- tiations between the Vatican and .Bou- langer, or his agents. A nuri- Convention. By Cable and Associated Press.] BKUSSKLS, Sept. 15. The Work- men's Suffrage Convention opened yesterday. De Fuyeaux was elected President. The congress resolved to hold mon- ster demonstrations among the chief towns in favor of universal suffrage on tlie Sunday preceding the meeting ol Parliament. An animated discussion of the sub- ject of a general strike resulted in the unanimous adoption of a resolution in favor of such a movement, but the congress decided not to fix the date at present. Hwltrlim.fn'8 Parade. By Associated Press.] BUFFALO, Sept. Fifth An- nual Convention of the Switchmen's Mutual Aid Association was called to order this afternoon. This morning there was a street parade, in which thousands of men participated. After the parade the delegates repaired to Music Hall, where the Mayor delivered an addtess of welcome. Grand Master Sweeney, when asked if the Association as a body approved of the action of the Federation in de- clining to order a general tie-up, said indorses it unani- mous! v." The Hale Cowleg Case Kudeu. B> Associated Press.] MONTREAL, Sept. 15 The celebrated case of C. C. Hule of Cleveland, Ohio, shooting and wounding his brother-in- law, E. H. Cowles, in this city last 4une, waa called up this morning. Hale plead guilty to aggravated assault and was fined which he paid, aud the case ended. Grand Lodge, I. O. O. f. By Associated Press.] TOPEKA, Sept. The Sovereign Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows convened here to-day, and will continue in ses- sion during the week. The forenoon session was devoted to addresses of welcome and ___ Today'" Kllver PnrehascB. By Associated Press.] WASHiNQTO.t.Sept. The amount of eflver offered for sale to the Treasury to-day aggregated 50J.030 ounces. The amount purchased was at to 1.1575. IVark Entirely Suspended. By Associated Press.] Sept. A lock ont- dock companies against the laborers was begun this morning. Work on the cocks ia entirely sus- pended. _ Union Burned. LYNCHBUBO Sept. A fire last uight destroyed the Western Union office and half a block adjoining the building; loss ___ __ i i Bar silver, I 15- NEW TO-DAY. Sheriff's Sale. FINDEI AND BY VIRTUE OF AN EXE I; cution issued out ol the District Court of theStat of Nevada, in and for Washoe county. I and to me directed and delivered for meut rendered in said Court on the I 15th day of September, A. D. 1890, In favor of Mrs. R. M. Lowell, and against E. C. Northrop, for the sum of -5 120 03, to- rfcthtr with cost of suit, interot an I accruing costs, I hove levied on all the right, title, claim and interest of said defendant of, in an i to the foil .wing: property. tO'Wit: 19 pieces albatros dress goods, 4 pieces casnmerc, 7 pieces alpaca, 12 pieces surge. 4 pieces trico. 6 pieces remnants cashmere. 3S p'eces assorted colors cashmere, 3 pieces tan serge, 4 pieces inohare, S3 pitcts suiuugs, 14 pfeces check, zo pieces pUiu, Q pieces English cashmere, 15 pieces striped suitings, 4 pieces' opera flannels, 3 pieces Scotc .plaid. 16 pieces ladie's cloth, 6 pieces striped beraic. 8 pieces brodcloib, 2 p.cccs ei- derdown. 6 pi ces canton fla-nel. 5 pieces nun's veiling, i piece seersucker, lo piece out- ing flannel, 10 pieces shalli, i pieces bunting, ipie.es pants cloth, s piecis jeans. 3 pieces farmer's s-illen, i piece marsales, terry 17 pie  tou flannel, 37 pieces musl-n and sheeting, 1 piece nioiin- i ii duck, 6 pieces ticking, 4 pieces SWI-B, 7 pieces under linen, z pieces b.shop's lawn, 3 pieces tailor's linne i, 17 pieci-s piece- crcnoline. 6 pieces dress trimmings, 1 piece bucnruj.9 pieces velvets, 2" p tc splusli, i pieces fringe. 19 quilt-, 23 prs bl.ilikcis. 12 pieces fheetmg, assorted. 52 lady's cloaks, 21 lady's jackets, 5 in Iain's coats, 14 lady's ulsters. 18 shawls, 17 paper cowrs, 10 fancy tidies, 14 bed spreads, 12 uup-his, 36 towels, 39 parasols, 14 pieces white goods. 7 pieces orga-idy, 16 pieces lawns, 7 pieces flounce mbroiuery, 3 pieces oriental lace, 6 pieces plnsh, i piece furniture plush, 3 pieces tclt, i .elt table cover, 8 lady's blouses, 4 embroid- ery suits, 79 pieces silk and satin, 27 lady's purses, 12 pieces passementerie, 4 pieces silk fringe, i cabinet spool 20 boxes twist, 48 men's shirts, 48 men's overal s, 50 misses and children iindeiwear. dozen misses' blouses, dozen misses'jcrsi-ys, lozen gent's 6 dozen gent's scarls. 4 dozen gent'R suspenders, 57 prs. lady's and cnildren's h 6J4 dozen Indy's cuffs and col- lars 2ji dozen turkey red handkerchiefs, dozen silk handkerchiefs, 137 pr. co.scN. 23 pr. lady's and mines' waists 8 pieces bradc  rted rickrack, 2 dozen rolls dress bind nit, 3 pieces f rniture cord, dozen children's bibs, dozen dressing combs, i p ece quilt braid, i dozen thimbles, 20 '.-ards rice buttons, i dozen lady's hose s, dozen lace- collars, 7 pegs. Engli h pins, 4 dozen hair- pins, i gross hat pins, 5 pieces illusion, 17 pieces veiling, 8 embroidered scarfs, 10 dozen white tape, 20 fans, I piece crapr. 24 yards blnck silk lace. 28 pieces torchcn lace, 5 pie.-cs cotton lace, 18 pillow lace. 67 yards oriental flounce. I lot lace remnants, 141 yards mixed lace, 2300 yards embroidery, 62 yards niching, 8 ya-ds embroidered flhnnel, 7 caslitnere shawls, y, rolls carpet binding, yds black crape 7 Ibs cotton cord, 12 doz Uexter's knitting cotton gross mending cotton, i doz bead hairpins, doz steels, 4 doz scissors, ili doz Harbour's thread, 2 lady> wraps, 2, doz bustles men's and boy's cotton' socks I lot boy's socks, 3'A doz men's and boy's shirts, 3' cardigan jackets. iX  5 Fol-om, D 12 Holt, SK i6t Holt. C H 160 Taylor, SH 23 Tay'.or.SH n Bender, C T 22 Taylor, Mrs S H 19 Taylor Mrs S H 20 Amt. fjo oo 30 oo 6000 fa oo 60 oo Goo -A 50 30 oo i so 270 bo 27000 300 oo 15000 6000 22 so 22 50 1500 50 340 co And in accordance with the law and an order ot the Board of Trustees made on the sth day of June, 1890, so many shares of each parcel of satd stock as may be necessary-, will be sold at public auction by the Secre- tary, at the office of the company, on the 13th day of October, 1890, At one o'clock P. M. of that day, to pay said delinquent asssessment, costs of ad- vertising and expenses of sale. W, G. CAPFREY, Secretary. Taylor Henry 5 Rune Henry 6 Rune. Henry 7 Ruhe, Henry 8 Kuhe, Henry 9 Ruhe, Henry 10 Ruhe, Henry n Thompson, Wm 17 Bender, C T, Cashier Trustee 26 100 200 200 200 20 95 loo 5 900 900 3725 looo sto 200 75 75 50 3725 800 Town Property. I HAVE VERY DKSIRABT.K TOWN property for sale, situated in the pleas antest part of town BUILDING LOTS Suitable for dwellings, with a commanding view, can be had at Ian prices. Also Choice Bnsiutss Bloeh. If you wish to speculate or be and see or address u y WM. THOMPSON. mchiatf 82 5O SHOE. MY STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES Is as complete as ever, consisting of Gent's Fine Hand-Sewed; Boots and Shoes in all Qrad.es, 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 done. F. LEVY BROTHER. WANTED, ON OR BEFORE SEPT. 1, 1890. In order to raise this amout continue to sacrifice our elegant stood of DRY AND FANCY GOODS unite of WE HIVE A SURPRISE IN STORE FOR VOL. 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 8 TICKETS 10 TICKETS 12 TICKETS 20 TICKETS 25 TICKETS 35 TICKETS 50 TICKETS Give you one of those Combs. Give you one silver-plated Sugar Shtll or one Novelty Hair Pin. Give you one silver-plated Butter ,Knife, or a pair of very pre.ty Bracelets. Give you the choke of a fine rolled gold plate Lace I'in. a pair ol gold front Cuff Pins, a novelty interlocking Glove Buttoner pf fine gold plate or a handsome Bangle. Give you one elegant Lace Pin or j pair of choi-.e Kar Rings. Give you the choice of a o) Rogers' Sooonii, a beautiful Lace Piu, a lovely pair of stylish Bracelets or .a handsome Necklace Give you the choice of a set ol superb pair of fine rolled gold plate Bracelets, a very choice pair of Kar 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 Neckluce or set of 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 you, and in Addition for no extra charge or expense yon receive the choice of any of the above articles according to the amount of tickets you may hold. Call and hee these PKEMIUM are on exhibition in our mammoth store. Parties indebted to us must pay up at once and save costs, 'SPAPERf SPAPERf   

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