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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 26, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                PARAMS To-morrow morning- at 10 o'clock. Tttke aYacatiou This week and persuade your to do the mme and attend the Fair. VOL. XXIX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, FRIDAY, SEPTifiMBEK 26, 1890. MISCELLANEOUS. H. LETER, THE BON TON TAILOR, Haa jutt received line of fall both FRENCH AND DOMESTIC. 8ulU made to order cheaper than any other place In the city. A perfect fit guaranteed or no sale. VIRGINIA 8TRKKT, NKAR COMMERCIAL ROW, KJJNO, NEVADA. josep_______________ OPK1U HOlSfc JOHNPIPKR LESSEE. ONE NIGUT BNGAGEMENT TBOMAS W. REENE, by QEOROE LKABOOK, Ami anlexcellent company In masterpiece. I O 3B BCAt.E O7 PRICES: Dress Circle oo Dresa Circle Admiiulun................ i oo Batcouy (i 75 Adraiwiou Balcony................... bo Boxes .............................S Box sheet now open at N'nsby's The Clarendon. TjllNEST HOTEL IN RKNO, SITUATED J- on Commercial Row, directly opposite the Depot. Newly construct d and hard finished throughout. Kleclrlc light, gas, hot and cold water fixtures in every room. Bath-room and every accommodation for guests. First- class trade invited. Terms reasonable and table first-claw Fine bar attached, with the very.choiccst of nines, liquors and cigars, aepao A. J. Proprietor. The rate at the Riverside Hotel Fair week will be 50 per day each where two persons occupy one room and per day for one person. The hotel will transport the guests to and froni the Fair grounds free of charge. No room without board. R. Proprietor. Windmill and Outfit AT TRUCKEK. CONSISTING OF ONE Regulator wind mill, one wind mill frame, made out of whole timbers 32 feet high, stories, wcU secured with large Iron rods. One gallon red wood tnuk, one red wood tun both with good covers, nod one bronze wentlier indicator. 1-or further enquire of Mrs. M. Mad- den, at or A. O. PorUrot the GAZETTE. BJO Carriages, Wagons, Carts, Etc WJ. L.UKK. CARRIES THH WEST class uf goods to be found on the coaic Agent for Studebnker'a Kiue which cannot be excelled; agent for Frazer'i Koud Carts and best; also agcni for the U. S. Carriage Co. The Best Horse-shoeing in Nevada 9 -a WILLIAM DHOti BROTHER, BEEF, MIDTOiV, PORK, VEAL, ETC, Are prepared to furnish the best meats at the lowest living PROFESSOR ALFRED Gives thorough instruction in Vocal and Instrumental Music Orders may be left at C. J Brookins', Reno Prospect of an Early Adjovumment. NORTH DAKOTA STATE POLITICS The Ticket Composed of Four Parties. Further of Bir- ohell Murder Case, Another tltace Robbery, apecial to the GAZBTTE.I KEODJNO Sept. 26. The Hpdding and Cedarville stage was rubbed last night about 25 miles from Heddintf, near Morley's station. At 11 o'clock two mniked robbers, one a large man, the olher a nhort, t-trongly built fellow, ordered Ed Brackett to stop, presenting pistols. The flrat question asked "Are there any Wells, Fargo box was then thrown out on denand, and from which some n as ex- tracted. The empty envelopes and packages were put back in the box and sack and returned to the driver. The robbery was not unexpected, as suspicious characters have been hanging around that locality (or some time; in fact, the axe naed Mas stolen m the neighboihood. They are sup- posed to be old hands at the business, for one adused that the uiail be un- touched. Blreltrtt Case. WOODSTOCK, Ont., Sept. 26. Miss Cromwell, of Eastwood, was the first witness to day. She testified that on February 17th she went to the statiun to meet some friends w ho were tocume in on the three o'cloi k train. She She met Birchell line coming from the Brantford road to the sta- tion. His shoes were muddy and his trowstfrs i oiled up. He entered the bought u Ucket iltun. She hud no doubt as to his identity with the prisoner. James Haywurd, of Eastwood, tes'i- fied he was at the staiijti on the day in ques ion, saw Miss Smith there, also Birchell. Bin-hell's trowaers were rolled up. Henry Jonea, a por- ter at Eas woixl sta'ion, corroborated Hayward's evidence, as did Mary Ssvaizo also. A Conference. By Associated CHICAGO, Sept. general adjustment committee of the Chicago Northwestern engineers and fire- men held a secret conference with the General Manager and the General Superintendent this morning. The conference is ihe result of the annual meeting of the jirevance committee, which has been in seision here for the past two weeks. The and nieiuen have formulated their grievances, which they the man- agement to redress. The grievance committee concluded ita labors this afternoon and adjourned. A Miace Ticket. By Associated Press 1 GRAND FORKS, N. D., Sept. last night the State Convention of I'io- hitiitionists and Farmers Alliance en- dorsed the Republican nominations for Congress, Lieutenant-Governor, Com- missioner of Insurance, Railroad Com- missioner; and Ihe Democratic rorni- nee for Secretary of State, Superin- tendent of Instruction and Railroad Commissioner, and noiuinated for Governor, Walter Muir; Auditor, P. H. Dickinpon; Treasurer, K. J. Norn- land; C. Young; aud Railroad Commissioner, Ezra Turner. BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. STATE ASSAY OFFICE. 1 analyzed DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDSR bought by ia open market and have found it free from Alum and Ammonia and containing so Ingredients of any kind. U fine light b ead, and I can recommend it to all wishing pure and wholesome food. LOUIS PALKfiNAU, formerly State Assayer, .1889. By Associated Press.l WASHINGTON, Sept. Demo- cratic conferees are authority for the statement that every disputed point has been finally agreed upon by the tariff conferees, and as soon as a com- parison of the and report is com- pleted it will be presented to the House. The bill ia to KO into effect on October 6th. and the bonded period was extended until February. Sugars below No. 16 are fiee. and above that, will pay a duty of half a cent per pound. The duty on binding twine was 6ve and seven-tenths of a cent per pound. The sugar schedule contains a provision that in addition to a halteent doty on grades above No. 16, an additiunnl.ftuty- of one cent per pound is to be impoeed on such sugars when imported from aconntry which pays a larger export bounty on refined sugar than on the raw pro- duct P. It is said the conferee's Mil will surely be reported to I he House to-dav, and arrangements are already made for the coimideration and disposition of tho report tit-morrow. If the ar- rangements are carried out, a resolu- tion will be introduced by McKinley providing f r an adjournment sine die, on Tueaday. The bill which the house finally panaed after a conference with the Senate, for the relief of the settlers on the Northern Pacifiu indem- nity lands, applies to 400 settlers who entered upon lands in northern Min- nesota. It allowed .those who made settlement upon land in good faith and were qualified so to do, to make settlement on other lands within A year and and bu allowed upon those other lands the benefit of the length of the time they resided as settlers upon the lands upon nhich it has been decided they had no right to make entry. Tbe report on the tariff bill has been submitted to tbe House and Is now being read. HOUBB. A resolutoin passed for the appoint- ment of a sub-committee of five of the Wo Id's Fair Committee, to inquire into matters relative thereto and re- port at the next cei-aion. Enloe of Tennessee offered a reso- lution u tat ing that it is alleged that the postmaster of the House has on the ..roll of.bJB eropjtoyes, at per month, a man named Brfidley., who works in tho Government printing office; that Bradley pays per month to a sou of the postmaster, who does not work in the postoffiee, and directing the Commiitee on Ac- to investigate it. A tilt between the Speaker and Enloe and Blount of Georgia occurred over the Speaker calling them to or- der for not confining themselves to the matters of the resolution. They charged the Speaker with un- fairness in restiicting Democrats to the objects in hand more closely than the Republicans. The Spe-iker replied'that Democrats were more given to trensgreubiou than Republicans. Tbe O' Brlen Case. By Cable and Associated DUBLIN, Sept. streets of Tipperary were thromjed with people at a late hour last night discu-smg the exciting events of the day. The situ- ation tiiia morning is much more tran- quil than yesttrday. The streets are still thronged with people laboring under suppressed excitement, but there has been no collision with the police. The authorities are taking special precautions against the possi- bility of an om break. A detachment of t-oldiers is assisting the police in maiutdining cruder. The session of ihe court was of nhort duration this morning. The presidi g magistrate announced th it it would be impossi- ble to go on wi'h the caweas the judge of the county court requ.red the bu.ld- ing. It would be tteueesary to ad- juurn further pr ceedinga until this afternoon. Before the magistrate could declare the couit adjourned, Timothy Healy sprang in tbe name of the defendants, offered an earnest protest against an adj >uro- ment. It was not right, he urged, that a magistrate in such a case should suit his actions to the con- venience of the county court; that tha judge of that tribunal should be the one to yield instead of insisting on the latter giving up his rights in tbe premises. Healy's protest was una- vailing, and as soon as he resumed hia seat the court adjourned until this afternoon. National B> AatocUted CINCINNATI, Sept. was a fair attendance at the National Congress to-day. President Hayes was in the chair. The report of the Standing Committee on Criminal Law Reform was read by Charles Reeve of Plymouth, Ind. Following this was tbe paper on "Tbe Lease System of Albany, and Ita Practical Work- by W. J. Lee of Grotsboio, Ala., of the Board of Inspectors of that fetate. This was followed by a dU- coHdon. A M. The Military Comoanies Ap- pear in Form. The Biggest Crowd at the Fair To-day Ever Been on the Grounds. Virginia and Carson sent a large j delegation of militia, and civilians to the Fair to-day. ..ijnllr 13 carloads of humanity came in on the State Fair special from the iotnh, and brass tojwMopiinate. T'ie, day anyone could have asked tor, in every respect. The morning program was interest- ing, and attracted a large concourse of people. The ladies again appeared upon the-quarter stretch and gave an exhibition of their skill. The judges awarded the prizes as follows: Miss Dainy Allen fin-t prize, Miss Bes- sie Gault second prize, Miss Me- Intosh third prize, Mrs. J. M. Collins fourth prize, and .Miss Mini.ie Shafer fifth prize, 75. Ed. Laird did some bronco ing" on the Leumions' gray. The judges awarded the prizes as follows: Jus. Razor firot prize, Ed. Laird, second prize, and Charley Roberts ihe tli'rd prize. At about noon the militia put in an appearance, and looked and marched like veterans. They were reviewed by Acting (Governor Bell and staff, consisting of Capt. Galusha, Col. Thomas, Col. Crosby, Col. Lt. Col. Lee, Lt. Col. Bi.yie, Lt. Col. McCuIlough. General Booton and stiff, coi eistiug of Adj. Holland, Mai. Flet her, JWaj. Brown, Alaj. .lu len, Maj. Bryant, Hy- mera and Sergt. Bi otonj General ii g and r-tatf, consisting of Lt. C'ol. Chamberlain, Lt. Col. t onn, Lt. Col. Westerfleld, Lt. Col Derby, Lt. Ct'l. Eckley, Lt. Col. Gorlmm, Lt. Col. Stone, Lt. Col. Overton and Maj. ReynoMs. The following companies were in line: Buttery A, under command of Captain Wilson the Etmnitt (juurd, under command of Capt. P. J. Dunu; the National Guard, under command of G. A. Morgan the Car on Guard, commanded uy Capt. Will U. Mackey; the Beno Guard, commanded by dipt. C. H. Stoddard. The baitallioiiJormed on front of the Opera House and marched to tne Fair grounds. The reviewing officers anil tneir stuffs were ptcitioimd immedUtvjly in front of the grand htatid and the baitallion marched down the track, wheeled and marched by platooi.s past the inspectors, wheeled again and came to "parade with the Emmitts on the right, Car- son right center, Beno leit center and Nationals on the left. Bait cry A was on the extreme li-ft. They made a' fine display and reminded one of ihe days of the war. The Nevada State militia are as fine a lo >king body of men as ever wie oeen together and if they could whip the whole world if occasion should ever occur for ihetu to take up arms against any na- tion. This statement may seem a lit- tle extravagant, but that was the way they impre.-iwd the GAZETTE man The awards made will be published to-morrow. Sum. Lewis won the trotting race that was unfinished as the GAZETTE went to press yt-sterdav afternoon, and Nett.e S the unrepeuted heat in the quarter-mile dash. TO DAY'S BACWG. The first race on the programme was a three in five tr >t between Ned Winslow, Belle Button and Frank M. Po'.ls sold f r for Fratik to for the bilance. Frank M made two bad brinks, ard got fo far behind that Keiting did not drive fir the heat and Winslow came under the wire first, with hider only a nose bt-hind, Belle Button th'rd, and nearly a dis- tance in the rear. Time, The second heat of the trot was a very exciting contested one. The diiverof Tom Ryder evidently had his money on the field, for he carried KeaHnu'tt Frank M all mer the track, while Winslow and Belle Button were flitlu init for the heat, but were over- hauled by frank M on the homestretch and thny came down at a lively pace with Frtnk at Wins'aw's shoulder, but just before the line was reached Frank shot ahead and took the heat by a m Time F-ank M. to. k the third heat. Belle Button second, Ryder third and Win-low fourth, lime Window won the fourth heat, with Rvder Belle Button aud Frank M fourth. Tin ,e, In the seven-eigthths dash Black Bart won in THE PA.V1L10X In the R-rly Moraine iitclit MlnM tbn Crowd. Hearing that thirteen car loads were coming down from Virginia and Car- aon and also numerous carriage loads of merry-makers coming over the grade, the GAZETTE reporter hied him to the pavilion to see the latest exhib- its, all of which are now in, and the several committees bnsily at work trying to come to some decision 0s to which is best among the puzzling ar- ray in each department. The only sward1; made thus far were bv the hug and Quilt Committee, composed of the fullowiniz ladies: Mrs. John Cahlaa, Susanville; Mrs. F. C. Van Dozer, Keuo; Mrs. Wm. Wriaht, Beno, The prizes were ns follows: Brst silk quilt, B. M. Clarke. Japanese patchwork, Mrs. W. 8. Wilson. Cotton patchwork, lanie Hogan. Quilt by aged lady, Emily Migroom. Cruclietted bedspread, Mrs. Abraina. Embroidered bedspread, Mrs. K. Al. Clarke. Knit bedspread, Mrs. B. C. Shearer. Quilted bedspread. Mrs. W. Wager. Best drawn rug, Mrs. L. Morrell. Braided boose W, W. Morton. House rug, Mrs. L. Morrell Knit bouse nig. Mis. W. B. Bender. Home made carpet, Mary Fitz- gerald. To be decided this m. Best patch work quilt by lady over sixty, the prize being offered by Levy Bros. The Art Committee also finish their labors this p. m. There so unnch on the lower floor to win one's admiration that it hardly seems fair to particularize, still some portions of it will stand out iu bold relief. The first display to greet one's eve. hVtHes, ia the Beveily 'Automatic Steam Cooker, odoilegs and Bootless with quite a lengthy rhy ne upon the gas- oline lank telling of its wondeious merits. Next, a draped urn of granite, from John Barrett's quarry in Washoe neat bit stone cu'ticg. A large easa of honey from B. A. Mooie's apiary, bottled, clear as crystal, and nome'in ihfU'omh ai d in ciates for ship- ment, flue in appearance as any ever seen. The cone-shaped stand of mineral wateis. cordials and sarsaparilla and iron exhibited bv Herman fhyes was refreshing to look at, at well as quite imposing in appearance. nlla ana iron lias become widely known and popular as a delicious drink, a blood touic and beneficial generally. Here the GAZETTE reporter found his way so blocked by out welcome vimtont from the Comstock, and view KO obstructed, that he decided to wait until the next if sue to give an ex- tended repoit of the whole. Before leaving we watrhed the surg- ing ciowd upon which the golden mm- huht rested, and eeeined to throw into h'gii relief everv article in the room, as oi.lv morning light ran. We tenlized the excellence of it all, and thought, de.ir Nevada you, too, are in the eaily morning Iiitltt ot your in feet the i-un is peeping over the hills, but in thi-. clear atmosphere it shall grow b ighterand brightei un- til the cl shall see you in an honored heat among your sister States._________ _________ RICHAKD 111. Keene to be Nupportvd by a This morning's Enterprise says: A large audience was in the Opera House last evening, drawn by the announce- ment that.Keene would play "Richard III." Expectation" founded oo the the reputation of the tragedian was high, and realizations in a perfect ren- dition of the diifjuiiH Character was complete. The masterful force of the Klooaiy nature of Richard in made by, Keene's gimuis a present i-hudileri uj reality. Until thedea h scene before the curtain drops he is lost in the ehurttcler, and the audience sei-s noth- ing but the active, venomous tyrant that Shakespeare created. Mr. Learock, as Eurl of Richmond, acquitted himself He is a good Richmond, equal to the port of such a man as Keene. Mi s Lavinii Shannon as Ltrdy Anne, and MIH. S. A. Buder as Duchess of York, were both good. The plea of the Uuches-t for her sons was upoweiful piece of emotional a< ting. Keene .s, in fact, woithy of the plav, and Ids support is so good that tne lines of %the great of Cibbeis eineuations lost nothing in the a< ting. To be piesented at McKissick's Opera House to-morrow (Saturday) night. FORMSBING GOODS. HATS BOOTS AN'D SHOES. My Summer Stock Is Now Complete. --------Uoixslstinjj of The Latest and Best Styles OP- Men's and Boys' Clothing, Underwear, Socks, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, AU and Patterns, and color. STRAW HATS AU gwdee and A full line of J. B. Stetson Co. FINE HATS In all grades. HATS of the A Large Assortment of Men'e ami Suspenders. SONDERLAND'S S2 6O SHOE. Button, Lace, Coiress 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 [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 If You Don't Buy Dry Groods Clocks ....OF.... F. Levy Bro., You don't get the. best goods An Indian Outbreak Jfxperted. By Associated Press.] PrrrsBUHO, Sept. Trim- bleton, of the Seventh United States cavalry at Commander Fort Sill, has passed through Pittsburg. He says the greatest Indian uprising of recent times is certain to come soon. The Indians have gnt the idea that a great medicine man is coming to wipe out the whites and rosioie to them the ownership of the country. The result is. tb.t'y have entered with the fervor of fanatics upon a seiies of in- and us oig Five thousmd Indians at) utFort Sill have i enounced chrixtianity, uiid ha sats it is certain t'iat in a short time body will p e'Cud to ihn expected j grt-at me'iici .e man, and then tiouble i will begin. He ihinkr. all the United States garrisons should be doubled. An nilripiued Htrlke. By Associated Press.l CHICAGO, Sept. strike of the employes of the West Division street railway is inevitable, and is set for Monday. It is asserted the chief cause is the agitation by political leaders to make political capital and antagonism between the two unions comprising the force. The officials of the com- pany say they propose to make an un- compromising fight, and will never ugi'in em ploy any no matter what it cos's. They say the recent seiies of accidents on ihe cable line were put up jobs to get the company in bad odor with the public. A Few By Associated Fressj WASHINGTON, Sep. Presi- dent sent to the Senate the following nominations: E. Burd Grubb of New Jersey, Minister to Spain; Edwin Conger of Iowa, Minister to Brazil; Isaac A. Beers, Indian Agent of the Hoopa Valley Agency, Fre- mont Wood, u. 8. Attorney for Idaho; Lewis B. Kinnpy, Piobate Judge of Sevicr county, Utah, and Alexander Postmaster of Altmqner- qoe, N. M. Our goods are new and choice; we buy and sell for cash only. Our motto We Are Never Under- sold. We ofter inducements extraordinary. A. T TE1VTI O N: CRAND PREMIUM SALE. 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: 8 TICKETS Give you one 8 TICKETS Shell oCone Novelty Hair Pin. 10 TICKETS Butter a pair of very pre4y 1 9 TTP.lf KTSl Glve the cholce of a fine rolled gold Lace Pin, a pair ot 1 6 1 L O gold front Cuff Pins a novelty interlocking of fine gold plate or a nanditome Bangle. 20 TICKETS G'Ve tace or J of choice Ear n rTTiPtTf KTSJ Give choice of a set of Rogers' a beaatliul 9 Pin, a lovely pair of SS TWJIf MTS Olreyou the choice of set of Rogers' Knives, superb ot OU i ULS5 rolled gold plate Bracelets, a very choice pair of Ear RWs or a set of Forks. 50 TICKETS This is no Lottery. NoHuiabug. Yoa buy our goods cheaper than any other store in the State sell them to yon, and m addition for no extra charge or expense von will receive the choice of any of the above articles according to the amount of tickets yon may hold. Call and toe these PREMIUM they are on exhibitior in our mammoth store. Parties indebted to us must pay up at once and save costs, SPAPFRf   

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