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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 3, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                4 THE BEST PRRfTWU, RKNO OAZKTTK IH awarded g Una by the Slate Fair. DO NOT AWAY From home for your printing. Try the GAZKTTE ofQjbe and have a clear conscience. VOL. XXX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, FKIDAYV OCTOBER 3, 1800. NO. 3. MISCELLANKOUS. H. LETER, THE BON TON TAILOR, just a fine line of Fall goods both FRENCH AND DOMESTIC. Suits pi ice in Btc no vile.  osed principally from Baltimore and New York, have quietly been working on the scheme. The capital stock is The company will do jusiuess on an enormous scale. The oncern will luuo its own tin mines uid reducing plant in the west. About will be put into the Balti- more plant itself. It will cover sev- eral acres and will be the largest tin plate concern on tho globe. Foreign capitalists are to erect a tin plate ll at Duquesne at a cobt of OuO, on the propeity of John A. Woods. About 600 men will receive employment. Their Work Concluded By Cable and Associated Press.l NEW YORK, Oct. members of the British Iron and Steel Institute this morning listened to the conclud- ing paper of the session on "Alumi- nium by B. A. Hudfield of Sheffield, The remainder of the time was devoted to visits to the various electrical -works about the city; to Edison's labratory, Llewellyn Park, N. J., and excursions to various points of interest. The delegates leave for Philadelphia to-morrow. A Xfw Usher. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, October Pres- ident has appointed J. B. Turner, of Indiana, as usher at the White House, vice, E. W. White of Indiana. llOSt. By Cable and Associated Press.] LONDON, Oct. terrific gale pre- vailed in tlie North Sea yesterday. Five vessels were foundered. Bar silver, 113. The CMavln-MeAnltire PlMeo. By Cable and Associated Frew.] LONDON, Oct. hearing in the case of Slavin and McAuliffe, charged with assaulting each other and com- mitting a breach of the peace, took place to-day in the Lambeth Police Court. The Counsel for the Crown said if the contest between them was declared unlawful, the persons who arranged and abetted the fight will be persecuted. After hearing the evidence the court reserved its decision for a week. Vree From Diaeaae. By Cable and Associated Press.l MONTREAL, October Re- ford Co., agents here for the Ross steamship line, to-day received a cable stating that the cattle shipped from this port by the steamer Norse King, which detained at Dundee, Scot- land, on suspicion of being infected with pleuro-pneumonia, have been released, having been declared free from the disease. Will. By Associated Press.] CHICAGO, October will of the late JCohn Crerar, which disposed of an estate of much of it to charitable and religious institutions of tills city, will be contested, and proceedings will soon be commenced in what will probably be one of the most celebrated cases of its kind on record. Predicts a Failure of the Fair, By Cable and Associated Press.] BRUSSELS, Oct. Independ- ence Beige says the adoption of the McKiuley Tariff bill insures the failure of the World's Fair at Chicago, as it will be a needless and hopeless ex- pense for Europeans to send exhibits, there. Still In By Cable and Associated Press.] DUBLIN, Oct. hearing in the case against Dillon, O'Biion and other Nationalists, charged with con- spiracy, continues at Tipperary. No evidence of moment was adduced. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Lost. Lost, between McKissick's Bestau- rant and the Opera House Dry Goods store, a pocket book containing in cash and a check for payable to W. L. Waples. A liberal reward will he paid to the party finding same. Return to the Opera House Dry Goods store. Card or Thanks. The Principal, Faculty and pupils of Bishop Whitaker'a School for Girls most heartily thank the kind friends who worked so nobly last night to save the school building from destruction. May God bless and reward them. A. Broken Arm. A short time before going to preen this afternoon, it was reported on the street that John McGill, son of the Rev. Mr. McGill, met with a mishap by which he suffered a fracture of one of his arms. Guild. A regular meeting of the Ladies' Guild will be helt ;to-morrow (Satur- day) evening at the residence of Mrs W. Pinniger on Second street. attendance is desired. A full Favors Dehorning. A correspondent of the New Eng land Fanner takes strong grounds in favor of the dehorning of cattle. He cites several cases in his own ex- perience to prove that the operation takes all the ugliness out of cattle, even bulls being almost as gentle as lambs after having been subjected to the treatment. He thinks the time is not far distant when every calf will be dehorned, and that some years in the future the nature of the animal will be BO much changed that the horn will not grow, rendering the operation unnecessary for the cattle of, say, the latter part of the next century. High Bollem. The Butte (Mont.) Inter-Mountain of the 26th of September says: The largest game of stud poker ever played in Livingston was played in a well- known resort in that city Monday night and yesterday afternoon. When the game broke up early Tuesday morning Doll Cope, the best all-round gambler in Eastern Montana, was ahead of the game, having won of this amount on ace high At 2 P. H. the four men started in again and after playing a few hours the game broke up with Cope winner. AFFRAY. Son of the Late Thos. Williams Killed. The -The STANLEY AND WIREAT BRUSSELS Threatened Strike of London Gas Workers. Soldiers Held in Readiness Protect Non-TJnion Men. to Fatal Bar-Boom Affray. Special to the GAZETTE.! FRESNO Oct. Wil- liams of Stockton was shot and in- stantly killed in the bar-room of the Hughes Hotel at this morning by Jack Smith, a hackman. Smith and Williams had been gambling and got into an altercation, when blows were exchanged and it is said VVil- .iarna drew a revolver, shooting Smith n the elbow. Smith almost simul- .aneously drew a pistol and shot Wil- iams through the heart and he fell near the bar dead. Smith was placed under arrest and Williams' body was ;akeu in charge by the Coroner. Wil- iains is a brother of Tom H. "Williams Jr., a well-known horseman of San Joaquin county: Four shots in all were fired. At the Coroner's inquest the Deputy Coroner testified he had removed Wil- iams' pistol from his bands, and that three chambers had been discharged, sut there was an undischarged chitm- between them. Dr. Maupin testified as to the wound, the ball entering directly at the right nipple and passing through the body. Dan Brown testified that the men :iad been playing cards, quarreled over the game and quit. When they went into the bar-room Smith con- tinued to talk about the game and said ho never would pay Brown the money he had borrowed, and finally struck Brown, knocking him down. He then struck Williams, and when Brown recovered his feet the shooting was going on. _______ A Threatened Strike. By Cable and Associated rrcts.1 LONDON, October directors of the London Gas Company to-day declined to accede to the demands made by the National Gas Workers' Union, that only union men shall be employed. The stokers threaten to strike. A storm has been brewing between the company and the men I for months. The number involved is six times larger than the number en- gaged in any of the previous gas house strikes. The company is making preparation to conduct its business despite any action the men may take. Long sheds have been erected with the works for living quarters for the non-unionists, and hundreds of beds have been provided for their use. The authorities, too, have taken energetic measures to suppress any disorder. Orders have already been issued that 800 soldiers lit Chatham be in readi- ness to proceed at a moments notice to protect the gas works and those who refuse to join the strike. Each soldier has been served with twenty rounds of ball cartridges. The stokers declare the report that they intend to go on a strike to force the company to dispense with non- union labor unfounded. Moreover, they declare they made no demands upon the directors, but only suggested it would be to the advantage of each side if only union laborers were em- ployed. Despite the pacific utter- ances of the men the troops at Cha- tham continue under arms. Preach Bourbons. By Cable and Associated Press. 1 NEW YORK, Oct. Germanic has arrived from Liverpool with the Count of Paris, Duke of Orleans and the Prince of Jernville on board. All the morning the people inter- ested in the arrival of Conite do Paris and party were on the qui vive for news of the Germanic. When sig- nalled, the revenue cutter Cushman went down to meet her, with the fol- lowing party on board: Gen. Daniel Butterfield, Gen. O. O. Howard, Gen. E. D. Keys, Gen. Fitz John Porter, Gen. H. W. Slocum, W. B. Franklin, Gen. John Newton, J. G. Purke, J. C. Dillon and Gon. O. Bierne. The Ger- manic was boarded on" Statcn Island and Comte de Paris and party taken on board. Collector Thart was pre- sented to the Comte and siad: "I am instructed by the President and Government to welcome yon to 'these shores and to extend every cour- tesy." The Comte replied: "I thank you very much for the honor and I am glad to make another visit to America. I appreciate the great honor conferred upon me by the President." The Cointe greeted Butterfieid, Por- ter and other comrades in the army during the late war. The party con- sisted of Comte de Paris, Due d Or- leans, Due d Uzes, Marquis de Las- teyrie, Comte d Haussenville, Colonel de Parseval, Captaine Morhiun and Dr. Recanier. They will] spend sev- eral months in this country. The Kendalls also c.ime er on the Germanic. FURNISHING GOODS, HATS BOOTS AND SHOES. After Train Kobberw. By Associated Press 1 CINCINNATI, Oct. Manager of the Adams Express Co. received a letter from the General Manager of the Cincinnati, Sandusky Cleve- land road, saying the train rob- bers were in jail at Belle Fontaine, and the rond'8 detectives were after .the the third. The express compan- ies' detectives, however, have not con- firmed this, and there is nothing to show that proof can be found to con- vict the men arrested. ttood for Mnyhuitli. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, October Pres- ident has appointed Austin J. Brad- dock, of Rockville, Md., Henry J. Aten, of Hiawathia, Kansas, John S. Mayhugh, of Elko, Nevada, and Mins Helen P. Clark, of Montana, special agents to make allotments of lands in severally, to the Indians, under the provisions of an Act of Congress ap- proved February 8, 1887. Divorce Cnwe. By Associated Press.] CHICAGO, Oct. Emma C. Rathborne, daughter of A. B. Pull- man, began suit to-day for divorce from her husband, Richard N. Rath- Jr. She alleges habitual drunk- nness, personal abuse and unfaith- ulness. The parties to the suit occupy igh social positions. Would Not be Ketlucedj By Associated Press.l DAYTON, Tenn., October Fitchland and Nelson miners have itruck against the reduction in wages eceutly ordered- Twelve hundred men are involved. MOST PERFECT MADE. Ur-eO by the Unl'ed States Government. Endorsed by the hends of the Orea nnd public Food Analyaia, ns the strongest, purest and most HealtnfUl IMo-'R Cream Baking Pnwder doci not contain Ammonia, Lime or Alum. pr. Prce's Delicious Flavoring Extracts, Vanlllu, Lemon, Orange, Almond. Kose, etc., do not contain poisonous oils or chemicals. PRICE BAKING POWDER OO., New'jYork, Chicago, and San Francisco Oreat Spring Medici Blood IB the Mfe. GXKTLKVBN: I have been teonbled with bad blood for some years, but recently pox chased two bottles of Hibbard's Rheumatic Syrup, which has entirely cured me. As a blood purifier it has no equal, and I also take pleasure in recommending: it as a tonic, alterative, and reliable rheumatic remedy. Very truly yours, S. E. FERGUSON, Eaton Rapids, Mich. This is to certify that. we know Mr. Fer- guson, anil believe the statement made by Elm to be true. We unhesitatingly recom- mend this remedy as we believe it to be tbe neatest family medicine on OUT sheves. 8 WALWOBTH480UIJ5, Eaton Rapids, Mich. Sold by all drnKglsts. Prepared only by the Charles Wright Medicine Company, Detroit, Mich. Ask for Fryer's Abietine Cough Balm. Take no other. It IK the most pleasant and beat cough remedy In the World. (It con- tains no opium.) Prlee 70 cents, Sold by Wm.PUuuger, -rhe originaljuid_genuine i Abietine preparations bear the fao-almile I aignatnreofD. jr. Fmra. After tlie liotterv Swindlers. By Associated Press.l WASHINGTON, October 3. Assistant Attorney General Tyner, under di- rection of the Postmaster General, has prepared for publication in tbe Postal Bulletin, a circular letter to postmasters containing instructions for their guidance in the treatment of lottery matters, under the recett anti-Lottery Act. It is very explicit in its instructions. It aUows'post- maaters to examine all unseale.d mat- ter, lout forbids the tampering with aealed matter. Bought the By Cable and Associated Press.] BERLIN, Oct. A treaty has been signed by Germany and Zanzibar re- lative to the coasting trade along the East Coast of Africa. The German Government pays the Sultan of Zanzi- bar marks for tbe concession and Wife at Oatend. By Cable and Associated Press.] October 3. Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Stanley arrived a Oatend to-day. They were received by the king. JIIABBllSU. ______ Reno, Nev., September 24, 1890, George Schafler, Jr., to Miss Clara Anderson. Virginia City, October 3. 18go, Mnthew Prim, a native of County Kilkenny, Ireland, aged 42 years. Ely, White Pine County, Nev September infant son ot Mr. Nevada, acplcjnucr ivft Mr. atlu Mrs. Joseph Huff. Tacoma, Nevada, Septem ber 29 1890, Mrs. Flora D. Shelling, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hardy. Will be paid to any competent chemist who wW End, on analysis, a partlclo of Mercury, Potash, or other poisons in Swift's Specific (3. S. 8.) AN EATING SORE Henderson, Tex., Aug. M, eigh- teen months I.had an catlne sore on'my tongue. I was treated by the best local physicians, bat obtained no relief, tho sore gradually erowinf worse. I concluded anally to try 8.8.8., and was entirely cnrcd after using a few bottles. Ton hare my cheerful pcrmisBion to publish tbe tboro statement for tbe benefit of those similarly afflicted." C. B. HOLBHOBX, Trettlse on Blood and Bkin Diseases mailed free. TH1E SWIPT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, S S S 1 My Summer Stock Is Now Complete, Consisting of The Latest and Best Styles OF- Men's and Boys' Clothing, Underwear, Socks, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, All Shades and Patterns, Collars, Cnfis. Windsor Ties and Dude Bows. UATO A LARGE ASSOBTMENT OP OTDAUf UATO 01IIAW llA IO Men's, Boys and Children's OI HAf? HA 10 All grades and colon. All grades and colon. A full line of J. B. Stetson Co. FINE HATSJ In all grades. of SILK HATS of the A Largo Assortment of Men's and Boys' Suspenders. WONDERLAND'S 92 SO SHOE. BntloD.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. Mo Trectee Markets W. S. BAILEY, Propr. Wholesale and Retail Butcher FRESH BBEF, MUTTON, PORK, and sausage constantly on hand. VEAI, Ham, Bacon and Hmofeed Beef (Specialty. Main Market, Virginia St. Reno. door from Ma sonic Building, Commercial Row. F. LEVY BROTHEK. TAKE ADVANTAGE ........OF OUR........ OREAT PREMIUM SALE. Of our New Stock of Dry Groods OloaJks Prices Lower than Ever. Campaign of 1890. HON. R. K. COLCORD, Republican candidate for Governor, and HON. JAMES A. STEPHENS, Accompanied by HON. JOHN F. EGAN, Candidate for State Treasurer, and HON. JOHN E. JONES, Candidate for Surveyor General, Wil1 address the people of Nevada on the po- litical issues ol the campaign as follows: Hawthorne..............Thursday, Oct. 2 Aurora..........................Friday, Oct. 3 Candelarla.................Saturday, Oct. 4 Greenfield..................Monday, Oct. 6 Dayton.......................Tuesday, Oct. 7 Sliver City............Wedndsday, Oct. 8 Sheridan..................Thursday, Oct. 0 Genoa..........................Friday, Oct. 10 Virginia City............Saturday, Ocl. 11 Reno..........................Monday, Oct. 13 Wadsworth................Tuesday, Oct. 14 YVInnemncca.........Wednesday, Oct. 15 Lovelock..................Thursday, Oct. 18 Battle Mountain...........Friday, Oct. 17 Austin.......7..............Saturday, Oct. 17 Eureka.......................Tuesday, Oct. 21 Carlln...................Wednesday, Oct. 22 Elko......................Thursday, Oct. 23 Toucarora.....................Friday, Oct. fi4 Paradise.....................Monday, Oct. 27 Carson..................Wednesday, Got. 29 Gold Hill.................Thursday, Oct. 30 Hon. Frtncls O. Newlands will Join the party at Dayton and continue with them, speaking t.f different places daring tbe campaign. County Committees in the several counties will please nuke tbe accessary arrangements for the K. 8TROTHBR- Chairman. P. C. IxntD, Secretary. TRUCKEE Livery and Feed Stable RENO, HEVADA' T. K. HYMBBS-........Proprietor FIRST-CLASS TURNOUTS AND PIKRST Saddle Hornes. Careful attention given tiancicnt stock. Boarders carefully looked alter. octiU C. KOVACOVICH. J. BRRRY. MHAtmitH, and Retail Dealers Groceries, Provisions, FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, Fish: and: Oysters In season. FRUITS OK KINDS, Wines, Liquors, Clgarii, Tobacco, Crockery. We carry a fine assortment of FANCY GROCKRlKS. Commercial Row, Reno, Nevada. Reno Livery JOHN POTHOFF, Prop'r OPPOSITE DBPOT. Livery and Feed Stable. First-class turnouts at reasonable prices. Mtoek Cartttallr vltfex) sei A Plesvwmt ROOM, OR ROOMS FOR RENT, NKAR THR bricic school house. Inquire of A. O, Poiter. OAZSTTE office, for particulars. JEWS PA PER I .FWSFAPFR!   

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