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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 6, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                THE BEST PRKTIS6, The RENO GAZETTE is awarded premium by the Nevada Slate Fair. DO NOT 60 AWAY From borne- for your printing. Try the OAZKTTK office and have a clew conscience. VOL. XXX. -RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, MONDAY. OCTOBER 6; 1890. NO. 5. V v 1 MISCELLANEOUS. H. LETER, THE BON TON TAILOR, Has just received a fine line of Fall goods, both FRENCH AND DOMESTIC. SuiU nnde to order cheaper than any other place in city. A perfect fit guaranteed or no wile. VIRGINIA STRKKT, KHAR COMMERCIAL .ROW, KKNO, NEVADA. 2osep ANNOUNCEMENTS. ciirds inserted under this bead for payable in advance. For County Clerk. riHARLHS J. CAMPBELL HEREBY AN t_y nounces himself us a candidate for the office of County Clerk, subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. For County Assessor. AO. FLKTCHKR ANNOUNCES HIM- self as n candidate forCounty Assessor, subject to the decmou of the Republican County Convention.______________________ Short Term Commissioner. WILLIAM PIKRSO.V OK WADSWORTII hereby announces himself for Short- term Commissioner, subject to the decision ol the Republican County Convention. For County Recorder. IRKSPKCTFULLY ANNOUNCE MY- selfn candidate for County Recorder of Washoe county, subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. V_______WM. B. Foi County Clerk. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSKLK AS A candidate for the office of Clerk of Washoe Cuiinly, subject to the decision ol the Republican County Convention. ORLANDO EVANS. County Clerk. HW. JUGGINS HEREBY ANNOUNCES himself an a candidate tor County Clerk, subject to the decision of the Repubh- cun County Convention.__________________ County Commissioner. WP. M'LATJGHMN HERHBY AN- nounces himself as a candidate for County Commissioner (long subject to the decision of the Uemociatic County Con- vention. ____ County Commissioner. DAN O'CONNOR I1EBEBY ANNOUNCES himself for the office of County Commis- sioner (long subject to the decision of the Republican County Couvcntiou. For Commissioner. RW. PARRY _._. liimself for the office of HEREBY ANNOUNCES the office of long term Commissioner, subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. Short Term Commissioner. WM. MKRR1LL ANNOUNCES HtMSEI.P as a candidate for Short Terra torn- missiouer, subjett to the decision of the Re- publican County Convention.______________ For Sheriff. W. K. CAUGHL1N ANNOUNCES HIM- self as a candidate for blienfl, subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. ForCounty Clerk. W. A. FOGG HEREBY ANNOUNCES himself ns a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the decision of the Republi- can County Convention. Apache the Kid Still Rampage. on OIK DISTINGUISHED VISITORS. Compte De Paris Visits Gen. McClelland's Tomb. The Mormons Still Hopeful Attaining Their Place. of County Commissioner. TAMKS SULLIVAN ANNOUNCES HIM- .1 self an a candidate for Long Term County Commissioner, subject tp the decision of the Republican County Convention. The Mtlll Hopeful. By Associated Press SALT LAKE, Oct. the Mormon conference yesterday George Q. Can- non spoke of the lofty conceptions of the siiinta, especially regarding the future State. He believed the breth- eren in tlio penitentiary would be more prosperous'when they got out than if they had not been in, because they could say they had not broken any of the covenants they made. He thanked God he lived among such people aa those who were not ashamed of the consequencen and took punish- ment like heroes. The time was com- ing when tliis conduct of the Latter Day Saints would stand out as the brightest page in modern history. Their sufferings be acceptable to the Lord. Cannon further said the saints would obey the laws and bow in submission to the nation's will and leave the consequences with the Lord. He told them that the people were not worried about 1891; that Christ would not come then. In spoke; he said the Lord was abouc to prune his vineyard for the last time; that en route the sprouts would fall like grain before the mower. Oar Vrench Visitors. By Associated Press J NEW YORK, Oct. de Paris and party left thia morning for Philadelphia. The Compte expresses himself delighted with his cordial re- ception here. The first stop will, be at Trenton, where the Compte will visit the tomb of General nu.ou.u- At uuui.i-j rjtxnrgo W. Childs will entertain the party at luncheon. They will also be enter- tained by the Mayor and otherofflcials of Philadelphia. In the evening the Loyal Legion of Philadelphia will give a reception to the party. It is the intention of the Compte while visiting the old battle fields in the South to visit the manufacturing districts to collect data for a book upon the condition of the mechanical classes of this country. The Moimosi By Cable and Associated Press. 1 NEW YORK, Oct. Coultre of Grove City, Pa., who recently arrived from Salt Lake City, where she has been doing missionary work, to-day submitted a statement to General James R. O'Brien, Superintendent of Immigration, with a view of finding those interested in stopping the immi- gration of Mormon converts to this country. She says that, having been a resident of Salt Lake City two years, and during that time having made a study of the Mormon people, she de- sires to aid in suppressing the traffic now going on with ignorant, unsus- picious foreigners by the Mormons. The Mormon Church, she said, pays for the passage of converts to this country, and then pays their railroad fare to Salt Lake City. From her ex- perience she says she knows this to be a fact. The ignorant con verts come to Salt Lake City, filled with promisee of a life of ease and luxury, and with the idea that the church will aid in their support. Instead of this, they are housed like animals in miserable little adobe houses, and upon the cringing labor of converts the Mormon Church flourishes. They have to pay one-tenth of all they possess and one- tenth of .all they earn fo support the Church. 'Many Mormon settlements use sagebrush for fuel, and have to subsist principally on fish, which they dry and keep for food in winter. "How they do manage is a mystery to said Miss Coultre. "Why Mormon elders bring over so many young, ignorant girls is only too well known to those of us who have cared to investigate the matter. These girls have no voice in the matter of their disposal, and they soon learn they are to be the 'spiritual wives' to some of the basest creatures the church pro- duces. Oh how earnestly they wish they were again in their own land and away from the clutches of these Mor- mon tyrants, but they have very little hope when once in their clutches. Why not stop them in New York be- fore they have become imbued with vice and are beyond our power to help." For Constable. SW. UPSON HKRKBY ANNOUNCES himself as n candidate for Conttable of Keno Towushlp, subject to the decision of the Republican County Comention. ________ Attachment By Associated Press.] CHICAGO, Oct. attachment suits for amounts ranging from to were this morn- ing against the Eureka Silk Manu- facturing Company, the Chicago branch of the Boston bouse of Seavy, Foster Bowman, which recently THE DELEGATES. The Men Intmsttd With the Duty of Wetting up a Ticket to be Voted Vor In November. The following is a list of the dele- gates to the Connty Convention which meets to-morrow. RENO. United States Land Office SACRAMEN TO CITY, CAL.. September J NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IN compliance with the provisions of the net ol Congress ol June 3, 1878, entitled an act for the sale of timber lauds in the State ot Cali- fornia, Oregon, Nevada and Washington Territory. Allen C. Brage, of Reno, county of Washoe, State of Nevnda, has this day hied in this office his sworn statement No. 7369. for the purchase of the of SEX of Sec- tion No. 8, in Towns'ip No. 19 north. Range No. 17 east. M. D. M., and will ofler proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for Its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish nls claim to said land belore the Register and Rr-elver ot this office, at Sacramento, Cnl., on Monday, the J9th day of December, 1890. He names as witnesses. Charles A. Brags, R. L. Fulton, James Mayberry and Thos. K Stewart, all ofReno, Nevada. Any and all claiming adversely the above described lands arc requested to file their claims In this office on or before the 29th dayofDecci All lie Can. Special to the GAZETTB.] TUCSON Oct was received this morning that the Kid iu the mountains near Fort Thomas shot a young White Mountain Apache. He said the whites and Indians had killed all hia friends and he would kill everybody he met. An uncon- firmed telegram from San Carlos states that six scouts wore killed by Kid. _________ A ColllHlon Feared. By Cable and Associated Press.l DUBLIN, Oct. hundred hussars and 350 extra policemen have arrived at Clonmel. It is believed their pres- ence is due to fears of a collision be- tween the Berkshire and the Eigh- teenth Regiments, both of which are quartered in the town. Carmen'M HtrlUe. By Cable and Associated Press.] LIVERPOOL, Oct. hundred carmen have struck for higher wages and shorter hours. Frank Bell M E Ward D C Wheeler A Dawson W D McNeilly L Delia Piazza M A Greenlaw J A I'othoff Robt Harrison G E Holesworth J W Boynton C A Thurston A G Fletcher J J Grant R W Ash J F Emmitt M Nathan J N Evans W H Dauchy C W Booton B M Coffin G H Thoma C Novacovich P N Flannigan A L Liun W G Caffrey E Bates P J Kelly E Abrahams Wm Pinniger H L Fish C A Bragg J Belz W J Luke J Fraser J L Wines H E Higgins Sam Stanaway John Douglass J Zeigler E C Leadbettor W Sanders RC Leeper S O Wells HH Beck A O Porter J M Fulton G B Hymere J A Lewis Alvaro Evans L J Cohn W D Phillips Frank Stewart C S Martin L D Folsom CC Chase WH Joy E Morrill BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. OrnlvenUi Proe's Delicious Flavoring Vanilla, Lemon, do not contain poisonous oils or chemicals. Almond, Rose, etc., Again Appeal for Aid from America. TIR PLATE PLANT FOR CfflCAGO, With a Capital of Four and a Half Millions. The President Starts on his Trip to Attend Q. A.. B. Be-TJnions. WASHOK. C O Porter A F Price. QLKNDALE. E M Thompson J O Sessions G W Robinson H Stevens M Shields H O Dauchy FRAMKTOWN. Jerry Corecco Samuel Cliff BROWN'S A M Lamb J L Hash E Crane A G Brown Geo Peckham B A Cooper VERDI. C Lonkey Tom Pixley C Haller J B Lowery J E Souchereach F Holt WADSWOBTH. J H Whited W Donaldson J R Forrest E Proctor T Fitzgerald J C Erb E T Lothrop H M Johnson N C H Lewis INCLINE. A Spencer CWBlethen L L Crockett H W Washbnra C E Curtis PRIDE BAKIN8 POWDRR OO., Newport. Chicago, and San Francisco Barak la Trouble. Sarah Winnemucca, her brother Nacbes and Joe Lemery favored the GAZKTTK office with a call this morn- ing. Sarah has been having trouble with the man who threshed her wheat at Lovelock. She claims that one- half of it was wasted. She sold what she had left to the Riverside Mills this morning. There are telegrams at the Western Union office for O. G. Wilder, D. K. Smith and T. 8. Merchant. blah Missionaries. By Cable and Associated Press.] DUBLIN, Oct. conference of Irish Nationalists, called fcy Parnell, was held to-day. A part of the busi- ness was the selection of a deputation to visit America to lay before the peo- ple of that country the elftip "state- ment of the situation of affairs in Ire- land. John Dillon, William O'Brien, Thomas Power, O'Connor, Timothy Sullivan and Abram Gill were ap- pointed. The proceedings of the convention were conducted in private. There was a very large attendance of the most prominent Nationalists. Justice Me- Car moved the adoption of four reso- lutions, all of which had been i- ously submitted to Parnell. The first pledges the fullest support of the National League to the tenants threatened with ruin in consequence of the course adopted by the Govern- ment's landlord syndicates. The second demands that certain districts in thftalQUthern and western parts of given special con- 6 Government, and that meaettrWbe taken at once for the relief of the'-iribabitante. The Governnr-nt is called upon to inaugurate a series of public improve- ments for the purpose of giving em- ployment to the people, thus enabling them to support themselves without charitable assistance. The third condoms in emphatic terms the action of the Government in causing the arrest of O'Brien, Dil- lon and other Nationalist leaders. The fourth says the Nationalist party is compelled by circumstances to make an appeal to its friends every- where in behalf of Irish tenants, and looks especially to its friends in Amer- bVnofit sonorously for the appeal, the people. This unwillingly, but desperate strait in which Ireland and the Irish tenants are now placed, makes it absolutely necessary that assistance be asked from friends and sympathizers throughout the world. Tin Mate Plant. By Associated Press.] CHICAGO, Oct. 6. The morning papers say it is definitely asserted that plans for the establishment of an" ex- tensive tin-plate manufactory io Chi- cago have been formed. For more than a year past such an enterprise nas been considered, but since the introduction of the McKinley bill with its tax on tin plate, which practically prohibits its importation into this country in the face of any competition, the plan has assumed a definite shape. The passage of the bill settled all questions, and the last doubt was re- moved. The concern will be capital- ized for and give employ- ment to men. Tin ore will be cot from the Black Hills and North Carolina. Armour, Swift and other large packers of canned meats are said to be among the promoters. A Ballroad Decision. By Associated Press.] CHICAGO, Oct. the case of Morris K. Jessup against the Illinois Central Railroad, the Dubuque Sioux City Railroad and the Cedar Falls Minnesota Railroad, under a bill filed m the United States Circuit Court, an opinion was filed by Justice Harlan of the Supreme Court this morning, holding that, while the Illinois Central is not liable for rent, the lease between the Dubuque Sioux City Railway and the Cedar Falls Railway is good and valid, and that under it the Dubuque road was liable to Morris K. Jessnp, trustee for the bondholders of the Cedar Falls road, for the accrued rent now due, which has been deposited in the reg- istry of the Court amounting to over ________ Orand Army Reunions. By Associated Press. 1 WASHINGTON, Oct. Presi- dent left Washington this morning to attend the Grand Army reunions at Galesburg, Topeka and Kansas City, aid inciSentafiy to visit St.JLouis, Indianapolis, Peoria and other cities en route. _______ Not Stopped by Rain. By Associated Press.] PHILADELPHIA, Oct. visiting metallurgists and Iron men this morn- ing made a visit to the industrial establishments and other points of interest in this city, despite a heavy downpour of rain. _________ Appointments. WASHINGTON, Oct. 6.-Tbe President has appointed Charles A. Doberty of Pennsylvania Secretary of Legation of MVxicf., and H. R. Wbitehonse of New York Secretary of the Legation of Italy. The Irish Nationality. By Cable and Associated Press.] DUBLIN, Oct. Magistrates Court at Tipperary, before which the cases of Dillon, O'Brien and others are being tried, reconvened this morning. Their counsel, Redmond and Timothy Healy, were absent, consequent on an important engagement elsewhere. On behalf of O'Mahoney, Dillon produced certificates from two doctors stating that he is seriously ill, and that it was impossible for him to at- tend the trial. Ronan, prosecutor for the Crown, objected to the certificates, and in- sisted that the doctor? be summoned to testify as to the patient's condition. Dillon said the doctors' certificates would have to be accepted an evidence, for the doctors themselves distinctly refused to conic to Coutt to substan- tiate the statements they had already made. Ronan asked the Court to adjourn for an hour to enable the Crown to decide whether the charge against O'Mahoney be withdrawn or an appli- cation made for a warrant for his ar- rest. The request was granted. Upon the re-assembling of the court, Ronan stated the prosecution bad tel- gruphed two doctors in Clonmel to examine O'Maboney and had sent a third from Tipperary to ex'amine the defendant. He expected the doctors would appear in court later and tebtify as to O'Mahoney's condition, and he therefore asked the court to take a further odjournment. Ronan said that O'Mahoney, through his solicitors, had placed the court at defiance. Dillon declared Mr. Ronan's state- ment untrue. He bad done his best to procure the attendance of O'Ma- honey's doctors in court. O'Ktien said the defendants had a right to complain against the courbe of the prosecution; that Ronan's remarks were addressed to the audience in England and wete designed to injure the defendants. A scene of confusion ensued. Ronan repeated his remarks again and again, and Dillon loudly denounced them. The defendants in the meantime pro- tested charges made by the prosecutor. When order was again partially re- stored, Dillon warmly protested against the Court taking any further adjournment. He maintained that in justice no warrant could be issued for the arrest of O'Mahoney until the Court had heard tlio testimony of doctors. Another heated wrangle then took and Dillon. The Courrnuwoyfitftion to Ronan's request, and a further ad- journment was taken. The action of the defendants, who are out on bail, will likely result in their committal to he Clonmel jail for contempt of Court. TELEtHUPHiC BREVITIES. FURNISHING GOODS, HATS BOOT? AND SHOES. 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, Cufis, Windsor Ties and Dude Bows. STRAW HATS All grcdea and colors. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Men's, Boys and Children's STRAW HATS All grad.ee and colon. A full line of J. B.iStetson Co. FINE HATS In all grades. HATS of the Large Assortment of Men'e and Boys' Suspenders. SUPERLAND'S S2 5O SHOE. Botton.Lace.Cfliress 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. Bar silver, A Russian Baron is on trial at St. Petersburg for the forgery of roubles. The Toronto Globe publishes a quasi confession of Burchell, the mur- derer of Benwell. He says a young Englishman by the name of Gruhain committed the murder. ______ EAT TAKE ADVANTAGE ........OF OUR........ PREMIUM Of our New Stock of SALE Groods Prices Lower than Ever. MISCELLANEOUS. With your name and address, mailed to the Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Qa., ia necessary to obtain an interesting treat- ise on the blood and the diseases Incident to it. sss fikin Eruption Cored. One of my customers, a highly respected and Inflnenual cltlren, but who IB now absent from, the city, nasnsed Swift's Bpeciflcwitb. excellent result He it cured him of a skin eruption that be bad been tormented with for thirty yean, ud bad resitted the curative of many other medicines. Bonn CLKW, Druggist, Falls City, Neb. Some Children Growing Too Fast become listlen, fretful, without ener- gy, thin and weak. But you can for- tify them and build them up, by the uceof_______ SCOTT'S EMULSION PURE COD LIVER OIL AND HYPOPH08PHITE8 Of Etaae tut4 Soda. They will take it readily, for it al- most as palaUbto as milk. And H should be remembered that 18 A vm- TORITC OB CUKE OF COUflHS OB COtBR, MTM THE OLD AND TOOBi, IT II Bepicaa Meetings. Campaign of 1890. HON. R. K. COLCO-tD, 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, Wil' address the people of Nevada on the po Itical isiues of the campaign os follows. Hawthorne..............Thursday, Oct. Aurora..........................Friday, Oct. !andelarla.................Saturday, Oct. Oct. Dayton.......................Tuesday, Oct. Sllvor City............Wedndsday, Oct. Sheridan..................Thursday, Oct. Genoa..........................Friday, Oct. 10 Virginia City............Saturday, Oct. 11 Reno..........................Monday, Oct. 13 Wadsworth................Tuesday, Oct. 14 Winnemucca.........Wednesday, Oct. 16 Lovelock..................Thursday, Oct. 18 Battle Mountain...........Friday, Oct. 17 Austin.......................Saturday, Oct. 17 Eureka.......................Tuesday, Oct. 21 Carlin...................Wednesday, Oct. 22 Blko......................Thursday, Oct. 23 Toscarora.....................Friday, Oct. 24 Paradise.....................Monday, Oct. 21 Carson..................Wednesday, Oct. 29 Gold HU1.................Thursday, Oct. 30 Hon. FrancU O. Rowlands will Join the party at Dayton and continue with them, apeailng at different placet daring tno TRUCKEE ivery and Feed Stable RE1IO, NEVADA T. K. HYMBBS..........Proprietor FIRST-CLASb TURNOUTS AND FINKS! Saddle Horses. Careful attention, given mncient alter. stock. Boarders carefully looked octitt C. NOVACOVICH. H. J. BKRltY. BERRY MACOVIC11, ----Wholesale and Retail Dealers in----- Groceries, Provisions, FINE TEAB AND COFFEES, Fish: and: Oysters In season. FRUITS OH ALL KINDS, Wines, Liquors, Cigars. Tobacco, Crockery. We carry a fine assortment ol FANCY GROCERIES. Commercial Row, Reno, Nevada. Reno Livery JOHN POTHOFF, PropV OPPOSITE DKPOT. part; campaign County in the several counties will please make the necessary arrangements for tne meetings. B. STROTHBR. Chairman. F. C. Secretary. Llyery and Feed Stable. ptrst-class turnouts at reasonable TrmnclesU Careful IT vlrteri aei OR ROOMS HOR RBNT. NKAR THK brick school house. Inquire of A. O. potter, GAZKTTB.office, for   

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