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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 25, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                UMES' ST To-morjow morning at 10 o'clock. Tafce Thtft week your iieigtiBdra to do the same Attend the Fair. VOL. XXIX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, 25, 1890. NO. 152. MISCELLANEOUS. H. LETER, THK BON TOM TAILOR, Has just received line line of Fall FRENCH AND DOMESTIC. butts made to order cheaper than any other place in the city. A perfect fit nuaranteed or no sale. VIRGINIA STREET, NEAR COMMERCIAL ROW, KENO, NEVADA. M'IISSICIL'8 OPKBA HOUSB JOH1-'PIPER ..........LESSEE. SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT THOMAS W. KEEHE, Supported fry QEOROE LEAROOK, Ami an excellent company In Bulvrer's masterpiece. o is SCALE OF PRICES Dress Circle oo DresaOrcle AdmiMion............... i oo Balcony 75 Admission Balcony Boxes 5 Box sheet now open at Nasby's Bazaar. The Clarendon. FlNKST HOTEL IN RENO, SITUATED on Commercial Row, directly opposite the Depot Newly construct- d and hard finished throughout. Ktectrlc light, gas, hot and cold water fixtures in every room. Bath room and e> cry accommodation for guests. First- class trade united. Terms reasonable and table first-class Fine bar attached, with the very choicest of vines, liquors and cigars, sepio A, J. CLARK, Proprietor. B1VERSIDE HOTEL. The rate at the "Riverside Hotel Fair week will be 50 per day each hen- two persons occupy one room and per day for one person. The hotel biic will tranaport the guests to and fron. the Fair grounds free of charge. No room without board. VV. It. CHAMBERLAIN, slSwl Proprietor. Windmill and. Outfit AT TRUCKEK. CONSISTING OP ONE Regulator wind mill, one wind null frame, made out of whole timbers 32 feet hlxh, stories, well secured with large Iron rods. One gallon red wood tank, one red wood tan both willi good covers, and one bronze weather indicator. tor further paiticulari, enquire of Mrs. M. Mad- den, at Truckee or A. O. 1'orur oi the Keno 820 Carriages, Wagcpis, Qarts, Etc CARRIES THE WEST tfflFf class of goods to be found oa the, .-.Agent for Studebalcer's Fine Jnitch cannotbeexcelled; agent for Prazer't Road Carta and bulk'es the best; also ageol for the U.S. Carriage Co. Tbe Best in Nevada. WILLIAM BROTHER, fkBALBRS.IN REEF, MUTTOX, FORK, VEAL, ETC. Are prepared to furnish the best meats at the lowest 1'viug rates, novao, PROFESSOR ALFRED UAY1A1W Gives thorough instruction in Vocal and Instrumental Music Orders may be left, at C. J Brookina'. Keno Followed to the Court House by Friends. BRITAUTV OF THE POLICE, Who Clubbed the People Heavy Bludgeons. More Mormon Converts on their A OlBtlnmliihed Emort. By Cable and Associated Press.} DuBLnrJ O'Brien, who was arrested at Cardiff on Tues- day, was brought to .this city yester day and placed in prison. The police refused to give any information as to when he would be taken to Tipperary for a hearing, but last night the Nationalists learned he would be con- veyed thither by a morning train to- day, when they at once made prepar- ations to give him a worthy escort. Much to the surprise pfme author, ities, a large delegation of prominent Nationalists boarded the- train at the same time that the officers- appeared with O'Brien. Among' these were John Morley, who been in Ire- land for some time studying the Irish question; John ilUng- worth, Member of Parliament for Bradford; T. M. Healy, Harrington and several others. On the arrival of the train at Tip- perary the Nationalists started for the Courthouse in a body. They had not gone far when thep stopped at a street corner, and they were ordered by the police to move on. John O'Connor, a member of Parliament, took a vigorous exception to this order; and called on the crowd to give three cheers for John Morley. The cheers were given with a good will, much to the exasperation of the police, who thereupon charged upon the gronp and attempted to force it to move forward. It the melee tire policemen did not hesitate to use their batons The Nationalists con- tinued their way slowly toward the Courthouse. As this -was the day fixed for the trial of the arrested Nationalists, the streets weie full of people interested in the case. The Nationalists had thronged the town from all adjacent parts. Farly in the day it became known that still another arrest had been made. The victim this time was Thomas J. Condon, the Member of Parliament for Tipperary East. taken thus morning at Lime- rick, and was also brought to Tippe- rary. When the hour for the sitting of the Court arrived an immense crowd had collected before- tfcfe Cttarthouse, ready to rush in the moment the doors were thrown open. The crovrQ pressed forward, trying tneir into the court house. The police jitoutly resisted, charging on them For fully five minutes there was a stand- up tight between the now- excited throng and the police. At last, how- ever, the crowd was gradually forced back, and the police succeeded in maintaining a'clear space in front of the court house. During the conflict many persons were wounded by blows from the po- licemen's bludgeons. Among them were Timothy Harrington, who made his way into the court room with his hair and collar saturated with blood. His appearance created'a sensation and lent additional emphasis to the complaint which William O'Brien BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. STATE ASSAY OFFICE. I have DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER bought' by me la open market and have found it Iree from Alum and Ammonia and containing ao deleterioa ingredients of any kind. It makes tread, and I can recommend it to all wishing; pure and wholesome food. FALKENAtT, formerly State Assayer, Francisco, Jan. as. 1889. was making to the.coprt.afjthe.bra- tality of the. police. At first O'Brien bad refused to en- ter the room unless the public were admitted, but at last he decided he could accomplish more by appealing to the court. He entered the room and bitterly denounced the clubbing of the crowd. Then" John Morley arose and ap- pealed to the court to protect the populace against the wanton use of the club by the police. Meanwhile the Nationalist leaders continued to protest against thp ex- clusion of the general public, and the magistrate finally ordered the doors opened. The room was at once filled to it utmost capacity. All proceedings were followed with intense interest. By Associated Press. 1 WARHINOTON, Sept. 26. The House this morning proceeded to the con- sideration of the conference report on forfeiture land bill. SENATE. Plumb reported a Senate joint re- solution authorizing the extension for one year, of the time of payment for land on preemption or homestead clairne whenever, by reason of the failure of crops, the settlers were un- able to make payment within the time prescribed bylaw. Passed. The calendar was then taken up, the first bill being the House bill, to prevent the products of convict labor from Tufelng furnished to or for the use in any department of the government, or used upon public "buildings or other public works. Passed over, and the next bill was taken' which was the House bill to amend the contract labor law. This morning the Democratic mem- bers of the Committee of Conference on the Tariff bill joined their Repub- lican associates and began the exam- ination of the amendments agreed upon by the Republicans. The situation at 12 -.30 o'clock was unchanged. No agreement had been reached respecting sugar and binding twine, though the committee hope to reach an agreement in time to report the bill to-morrow, Congressmen not connected with the committee say they understand the conferees have de -ided to make No. 16 the dividing line between free and dutiable sugars thelowest duties on the higher grades to be six-tenths of a cent per pound, and a duty of one cent per pound be imposed upon binder twine. This cannot be con- firmed by the statements of the con- ferees, yet it may be correct. Morn H or moo By Associated Press.] NEW YORK, Sept. 25. On Septem- ber 16th U. S. Consul Pope of To- ronto, Canada, wrote Superintendent of Immigration Weber of this city that he had been informed that the steamship Wisconsin had on board a lot fjf Mormon Elders, bringing over many men, women and girls who were understood to be used for im- moral purposes. Col. Weber for- warded the letter to Senator Ed- monds with the request that he give an opinion in the premises. The Senator's reply was received to-day from Burlington, Vermont, and is as follows "I have not the statute at hand here to examine and so I cannot ex- press an opinion about the matter. suggest that your officers consult the U. S. District Attorney on the subject. I would also advise the Gov- ernor of Utah of any such arrivals that go forward to that Territory, with their names and descriptions, so he and the District Attorney may keep watch and catch the polyga- mists if possible." By Cable and Associated Press 1 MBIJJOUBNE, Sept. 25 shear- ers in New South Wales and Queens- land have gone on a st ike. Ask for Fryer's Abletlne Cough Balm. Take no other. Itl the most pleasant a d o ngh remedy in t  n, and 6 for the field. Judge Chamberlain ac'ed an starter, and called to the judge's stand. N. H. A. Mason, John Bradley and George baker. Sunday won the dash in a gillop, with Furguson, and Piincesa third. Time, 1 :03. In the quarter mile and repeat race between Nettie S., Hawthorne, You Bet and Sam Klack, pools sold on Nettie to Won the field. The first heat was won by Nettie, You Bet second, Sam Flack third, Hawthorne fourth. TO-MORROW'S PROGRAM. To-morrow Ed. Laird will ride the grey bareback. An. inte-esting pro- gram has been made, and some fine speed contests will be had. Saturday Ed Laird will ride two wild steers, and will undoubtedly at- tract a great crowd. _ L Rlrhellen. On Saturday evening nexUhomas Keene and his excellent company will appear at the Opera House in his great characterization of Pulwer's "Kichelieu." His portrayal of this "part has been constructed in a vast mould, presenting him and them artistic touches that i annot come by inheritance, but must be the inspira tion of one's genius. It is no small compliment to the culture and intel- ligence of Keno that 'Mr. Keene will appear here, and it is to be hoped that the good opinion in which our city is held by Mr. Keene and his manager will be maintained by a crowded bouse. .An Inso -Napa, Cal., has been rudely dis- torted by the news that the order of the Royal Argosy, a popular endow- ment ins'irance lodge, will dissolve. The membership in that city is 400, many of whom are poor people who have mortgaged their homes to raise the money wnerewith to pay assess- ments in this and similar orders. There is a possibility that investors will get 70 cents on every dollar that they paid in. ___ Bead the 50-cent. ad. of a "Girl Wanted." Oar cumomprs all apeak highly in prftiMt of St rick Thoynrw best. BERRY Buns, Carroll Neb- raska, for aale by Shoemaker Co., Try to Come 'United States. FURNISHING GOODS. HATS BOOTS AND SHOES. 3.QOO THE BAM 0V ENGLiTC RATES Advance From Four to Five Per Cent. A Pittsburar Firm Attached for Vailed to Connect. Special to the OAZETTB.J PORT TOWNSEKD, Sept. Twenty Chinese were arresied by the CuBtoin ofliceis while attempting to reach Port Hadlock in a sloop yesterday. The most of them arrived at Victoria on the last steamer. Wong Sing was the only one wlio had a certificate entitl- ing him to the iciurn to British Columbia, the party will have to be spnt back at the expense of the United Statep. bad agreed to pay forty dollars apiece to two white men to land them safely. The latter, escaped at the sight of the officers. Sing offered the authorities to land the party, but all were brought here and put in jail. ft n Unnaay Feeling. By Associated Press.] PITTSBCTBO, Sept. 25. Financial cir- cles are uneasy over the rumored em- barrassment of the Iron City Bridge Works. The Commercial Qnzette says Attachment to the amount of against the owner of the Iron City Bridge Works was served upon the Howard Plate Glass Company by representative Oliver, of the Iron and Steel Company. The Iron City Bridge Company built a large iron structure for the glass company, and there is still .a balance due on the contract, and upon this the attachment was laid. Parties in the interest of the reticent son-in law of C. J. Schyaltz, owner of the Iron City Bridge Works Company, says there is nothing in the matter at all. HuMtalnmc Mtrlkern. By Cable and Associated Press LONDON, Sept. The Dock La-1 borers' Union here has cabled to Sydney for the benefit of the strikers. Ordrr By Cable and Associated Press CALCUTTA, Sept. 25. Order has been restored in Manipuar. Maha- rajah has abdicated in favor of his brother. Bank of England By Cable and Associated Press. LoNdON, Sept. 25. Bank of England advances her rate of discount from 4 to 6 per cent. TELEU -UPHIC BREVITIES. Bar silver. In a reported riot in Bent county, Colorado, two men are said to have been killed and the court-house burned to the ground. At Montgomery, Alabama, to-day, all papers arriving there which con- tained lottery advertisements were seized by the Federal authorities. M. H. De Young, of the San Fran- ciado Chronicle, informs the C hicago- ites that it costs to be elected to the United States Senate from California. P. H. Lannan, the Utah member of the World's tells the Chicago people that the most effective way to squelch jwlygamy is to deprive poly- gamists of the elective f i anchise. BETTER THAN GOLD. RESTORED HER HEALTH. Vat years I nflercd from md other blood taking daring that time great quantities rfdUtareot wttb outgrringme- any perceptible relief. Induced m to try a B. S. It Improved me item the Mart, and after taking eeverat bottles, to- health as far aa I could hope for at nj age, which to now MM. 8. M. lucjj, Bowling Green, Ky. EMtttie on Blnri and Skin Diseases malted flea 8WUT rr> Atlanta. Qa. BANK NOTICE. DURING FAIR WEEK OUR OFFICES will close each day at 12 o'clock noon and open in the evening from 6 to 7. FIRST SATinNAli BANK. BANK OK NEVADA. Reno, Nevada, Sept 18.1890. iw 100 S2 Lots for Sale. 08 MORK RUGIBLB BUILDING LoU lor sale at easy and terms, Moth of the Tinckec river, sonb- ofReao. Bonaire of TH08.K.MAYDON. Summer Stock Is Now Complete. -------Consisting of------- The Latest and Best SUies 4 OF- Men's and Boys' Clothing, Underwear, Socks, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, All and Patterns, Collars, Cafe. Windsor Ties and Dude tan. f -L_.______ ________ GTfrftUI LAROK-AataBTMENT OF O I FIA O Men's, Boy8 and Children'. All grades and colors All and colon. A full line of J. Bv Stetson Co. FINE HATS In.all grades. A Floe Stock Best We. A Large Assortment of Heji'e and Boys' Suspenders. r SONDERLAND'S S2 BO SHOE. 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. All Goods sold at the Lowest Possible Price. Ladies' and Gent's Boots and Shoes made to order; Repairing neatly done. F. LEVY IBROTHEH. If You Don't Buy Dry Cloaks F. Levy Bro., You don't get the best goods f Our goods are new and choice; we buy and sell for cash only. Our motto Are Never Under- sold. We offer inducements extraordinary. ATTENTION: CiRAND PREMIUM SALE. For every dollar's worth of goods you buy of us dur- ing this sale we will a premium ticket, for which you can have your choice of the following: 9 Give you one olthosestyUsh'SideCouibs. fi TIPTCKTS Give you one Sugar Sh.tU Novelty Hair Pin. 10 TICKETS 12 TICKETS 20 TICKETS 25 TICKETS 35 TICKETS 50 TICKETS Give you one silver-plated Butter a pair of very preiy Bracelets. Give you the choice of a fine rolled gold Lace Pin, a patrol gold front Cuff Pins, a novelty Interlocking Glovc.Buttonerof fine gold plate or a handsome Bangle. Give you one elegant Lace Pin or a pair of choice Ear Rings. Give you the choice of a set of Rogers' Tea Sooons, a beautiful Lace Pin, a lovely pair of stylUb Bracelets ora handsome Necklace Give you the choice of a set of Rogers' Knives, a superb pair ol fine rolled gold plate Bracelets, a very choice pair of Bar Rings or a set of Rogers' Give you the choice of a most elaborate pair of fine rolled cold This is no Lottery. No Hmnbug. You buy oar goods cheaper than any other store in the State will sell them to yon, and in addition 'or' no extra charge or expense yon will receive the choice of any of the above articles according- to the' amount of tickets you may hold. Call and tee these PREMIUM are on exhibition in oar mammoth store. Parties indebted to us must pay up at once and save costs, SPAPFRf   

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