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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 9, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                V PRIOTG, RKNO GAZETTE Is awarded ;iiu premium by the Nevada Slate Fair. DO NOT GO AWAY From home fop your printing. Try the GAZETTE office and have a clear conscience. VOL. XXX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1890. NO. 8. MISCELLANEOUS. In the New York and London Markets. KEEP TO THE BIGHT. Do not be imposed on by any of the numerous Imitations, jnbetltnUa, etc., which are flooding the world. There la only one Swift's BpedHc, and then la nothing like It. Ou remedy con- DO Mercury, Potaah, Arsenic, or any poto- whatever. It boilda np the gen- eral health from the first dose, and baa never faDed to eradicate cocUgloas blood poison and it> from the system. Bo euro to gut the genuine. Send jroor f or oar Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases, which will be malted SWIFT flPBCIFZC CO., Atlanta. Gs. AS HORSE RACE. President Harrison and Party in Iowa. scon's EMULSION Oompte De Paris and Party Going to Richmond. DOES CURE CONSUMPTION In Its First Stages. Bo cure you get the genuine. H. LETER, THE BON TON TAILOR, Has just received a fine line of Fall goods, both FRENCH AND DOMESTIC. Suits 1- -de to order cheaper than any other place in city A perfect fit guaranteed or no sale. VIRGINIA STREET, NEAR COMMERCIAL KOW, RKNO, NEVADA. aosep -FOR- M. 1. S. T., ARTISTS MATERIALS Fresh Garden Seeds, Diamond Spectacles, S. J. HODGKINSON'S DRUG STORE, VIRGINIA STREET, United States Land SACRAMEN TO CITY, CAI... 1 September NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IN compliance with the provisions of the act ol Congress ol Juno 3, 1878, entitled an act for the sale of timber lands in the State ol Cali- fornia, Oregon, Nevada and Washington Territory, Allen C. IlrnKK. of Re 10, county of Washoe, State of Nevada, has this day filed in this office his sworn statement No. 1169. for the purchase of the of SEK of Sec- tion No. 8, in Towns' ip No. 19 north, Range No. 17 east, M. D. M., and will offer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for Us timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish his cftum to said land before, the RegisUcr and ol tbis office, at Sacramento, Cal., on Monday, the Kjlh day of December, 1890. names at witnesses: Charles A. Bragg, R. I.. Kulton, Tames Maybcrry and Thos, K. Stewart, allot Reno, Nevada. Any and all persons claiming adversely the described lands are requested to file their claims Jn this office on or before the soth day of December, 1890. SKLDbJN HKTZRL, Register. Cardboard Signs OP ALT, KINDS FOR AT REAS ouuble prices at the GAZKTTK Office. An Excited Market. By Cable and Associated Press.J LONDON, Oct. stock market thia morning was the scene of wild excitement. The quotations were en- tirely nominal. Canadian Pacific de- clined 1 per cent, from last evening's closing price, Erie Erie second consols Illinoin Central Mex- ican ordinary St. Paul common New York Central 114, Pennsylvania X, Reading LONDON, Oct. large amount of stocks was thrown on the market through forced sales. This induced many failures, and to-mor- row's settlements are very anxiously awaited. Consols ave 94 for money and for account. Bullion in the Bank of England has decreased JEC58.000 during the past week. The proportion of the hunk reserve to its liability for the past week was 33.51 por cent., and is now 31.51 per cent. Tho stock market rallied and closed stronger. NEW YORK, Oct. excite- ment on the London Stock Exchance did not materially affect the market here. Large sales of Western Union were made during the first hour. Ten thousand shares were sold the first hour and the price fell to This was followed by unloading for other accounts in Burlington, Kouk Island, Illinois Central and Richmond termi- nals. There were also heavy sales of bonds for the accounts of weak hold- ers, covering shorts, and some sup- porting orders caused a rally and a decided improvement toward noon. Every one posted on the stock mar- ket conceded the situation during the afternoon as critical. The last cables from London reported an unsettled market there, a'nd tho current rumor of trouble on Wall street made capi- talists and operators not already loaded down afraid to buy. Liquidations continued, with drops of >2 and 1 on single sales. The greatest decline was in Jersey Central, which fell 4 per cent., and Illinois Central, per cent., and the Rock Island, Burlington, St. Paul and Omaha are at the lowest prices .in many years. RENO I The stock market was again sub- II _. I jected to a severe pressure to sell after UTTIC6. 12 o'clock with renewed activity.' As a rule the declines were sufficient to bring prices down to a lower level than at any previous time during the pres- ent downward movement. St. Paul sold below 59, Burlington below 90, and Rock Island below 75. The losses from the noon figures on the general list were slight, but a spe- cial weakness was shown in many. Illinois Central fell from 99 The ttsual feeble rally occurred toward 2 P. M. but the market displayed no recuperative power, and a further sharp loss was sustained in a few of the specialties. At it was com- paratively quiet and barley was steady at something better than the lowest prices of the day. LONDON, Oct. P. stock market has been excited since the opening, but prices have partially recovered. MOST PERFECT MADE. QREAT CHEMIST. This is to certify that I have analyzed Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder. I find it composed of pure materials, compoundedjon correct scientific principles. The ingredients are accurately and scientifically proportioned. Hence, bread or biscuits prepared with it are better suited for digestion. R. OGDEN DOREMUS, M. D., LL. D. Prof. Chemistry and Toxicology la the New Bellevue Hospital Medical College, Prof Chemistry and Physics in the College of the city of New York, Among; the Ilawkeyen. By Associated Press.] OTTAWA Oct. thia morning the Presidential party reached this city. The delegation was headed by Hon. J. G. Hutehings, ex- Republioaii candidate for Governor of Iowa, and Senator P. G. Ballinpall, President of the Ottawa Coal Palace, who met the party a Galesburg lust evening and escorted them to Ottawa. It was due to the forethought of Superintendent Wilson and Manager Bishop of the Burlington road that a pleasant night's rest was afforded the President by the train being side- tracked at a quiet little station near Ottawa until daylight. Despite the early hour, almost the entire population of the thriving young city of Ottawa turned out to greet the President. Rousing cheers were given, and a moment later the booming of cannon commenced and the jollification of the day was fairly begun. In this city resides the President's elder sister, Sally, wife of T. J. Dev- ins, an old citizen. John S. Harrison, tho President's gray-haired elder brother, who is in business in Kansas City, met the party here, and from the depot he and Devins escorted their distinguished relative to Devius' resi- dence, where the family breakfasted together. Early in the forenoon the weather became unfavorable; rain began fall- ing, but it did not seem to dampen the enthusiasm of Ottawans, and cer- tainly did not seriously mar the cere- monies, which took place under the roof of tho Ottawa Coal Palaco and Iowa Industrial Exposition. At 10 o'clock President Harrison, under the escort of Governor Boies and Senator Ballingall, visited the Coal Palace. To the President it was full of interest, and his surprise and admiration were thoroughly evidenced by his numer- ous inquiries. OTTUMWA Oct. the forenoon visit to the Coal Palace the President repaired to the residence of his sister, where lunch was taken. The rain by thia time had ceased, and at 1 o'clock the parade took place. The Council, State and other officials, and the military and societies were reviewed by the President. An Ununual IMHtnnce. By Cable and Associated Press.] LONDON, Oct. Cxarowitch stakes, two miles, two furlongs and thirty-five yards, at Newmarket, was won by Prince Soltykoff 's horse Sheen, Alicante second and Judith third. There were twenty-two starters. The Tipperary Police on Trial. Aff EXCELLENT MMTION. Judge C. C. Goodwin Utah's Congressman, for Card of Kxpluoatiou. EDITOR GAZETTE It is reported that Mr. Merrill, Commissioner from Verdi, was not notified of a meeting of the Board of Equalization held at Courthouse Monday evening, Oc- tober 6th, for the purpose of consider- ing the complaint of the Central Pa- cific Railroad as to the assessed valu- ation of their main track through Washoe county. Mr. Merrill was in session with the Board when the time was fixed, and promised to be in at- tendance. A messenger was sent out to find him, but failed to see him. Monday, October 6th, was the last day that the Commissioners could sit as a Board of Equalization for the year 1890, and the matter under advise- ment had 46 be determined then. We did what we considered for the beet interests of this community, and time will prove the correctness of our judgment. The railroad asked that we should deal with them justly, and not put the roadbed at a higher valu- ation than other counties in Nevada. We consulted heavy taxpayers be- fore we settled on the valuation. We are constantly asking the railroad people to consider propositions bene- titting our town, VVe open up streets and want crossings put in. It is under consideration now to have "Virginia street so that it will be open to travel clear through, thus making this street one of the grand thoroughfares of Reno. The taxpayers of Reno and Washoe county should appreciate the fact that no city or town in the coun- try has a better system of sewragc under way than we have here; you have good electric light service, and the redeeming feature is your tax rate has been getting less and less each year. In all communities you will find "kickers." They never attend a meeting of the Board of Commis- sioners, as it is the duty of taxpayers to do, and make suggestions. They make false accusations as to bargains and sales, and want the people to believe it. Away with "the Silu- or your town will pass into the Dark Ages. Respectfully, W. P. McLAU Requires Room for Her Polygm. The New York Tribune says: So Utah wants ten acres of the World's Fair Grounds whereon to display its exhibit. The request strikes us as reasonable. One would think that she would need as much room as that just for her polygamy entries. Macramento Kler.frlc Koada. The Central Street Railway at Sac- ramento has been purchased by J. H. Henry of San Jose. The road is about four miles in length. Henry will at once introduce an overhead electric motor power. He will also extend and equip tracks on other streets for which have been granted. Our customers all apeak highly .in praise of St. Patrick's pills. They are the best. BERRY BROS., Carroll Neb- raska. For sale by Shoemaker Co., draggiata. Suicide of a Son of Ex-Governor feprasrue of Rhode Island. A Sad Hnieidc. Special to the GAZETTE] SEATTLE, Oct. Sprague, Jr., only son of ex-Governor Sprague of Rhode Island, was found dead in bed in his room on Tuesday evening. Half a bottle of chloroform Jay on the floor beside the bed. He left a letter of incoherent sentences, which gives rise to the that he was tempo- rarily insane. PROVIDENCE (R. Oct. news of the suicide of Willie Sprague, son of ex-Governor William Sprague, was a surprise here. His mother is Mrs. Kate Chase Sprague, daughter of the late Salmon P. Chase, Chief Jus- tice of the United States Supreii e lourt. He was born at Canonchcl, R. I., about twenty-five years ago, and bis early years were made bright by all that the great wealth his father enjoyed could afford. Judge (xoodwln for Congress. By Associated Press.] SALT LAKE, Oct. liberal Territorial Convention was held here :o-day. The platform congratulates be people on its victory of the past ,wo years; on the adoption of a free- speech system through liberal agita- ion; qn the recognition of the rights of-Liberals; "felicitates ourselves on forcing the abandonment of the prac- tice of polygamy." Judge C. C. Goodwin was nominated for Delegate to Congress. A Terrible Crime. By Associated Press.] CUMBERLAND Oct. Mary and Eliza McJorigle, aged 14 and 12 years, daughters of James McJor- igle, started for home after school on Tuesday evening. When last seen alive they were half a mile from home and were being followed by Narcisse Lorocque. The bodies of the girls were found last night. Both had been outraged.and murdered. Lorocque is under arrest on-suspicion. The Police On Trial. By Cable and Associated PreM.) DUBLIN, Oct. 9. The hearing against the police for their assaults upon a number of persons at the Courthouse in Tippefary on the occa- sion of the opening, of the Dillon and O'Brien trial, was commenced at that place to-day. Timothy Healy opened the case for Harrison, a member of the House of Commons, who was severely injured. Swiss By Cable and Associated Press.] BKKNE, Oct. dispatch from Bellinzona says the federal troops quelled some' serious outbreaks in Tisserete between the liberals and conservatives. It is reported that the Bundesrath decided to re-establish the old regime in Ticino, giving a fed- eral commissioner special executive powers pending a revision of the con- stitution. Two Coaches Ditched. By Associated Press. DULUTII, O9lf. A St. Paul Du- luth freight train ran into the Northern Pacific Short-line passenger train this morning, and two coaches full of pas- sengers were ditched. There was no one killed. i------------- Advance in Prices. By Associated Press.] PrrrsBUHG, Oct. a meeting of the Flint and Lime Glass Manufact- urers' Association yesterday an ad- vance of not quite 5 per cent, was made in prices. Our French Visitors. By Associated Press.] FORT MONKOE Oct. de Paris and party arrived here this morning from Washington, and were transferred to a steamer, by which they will be taken up to Richmond. TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. Bar silver, 10. During the past few days the passen- ger fare between St. Louis and Cincin- nati has been reduced to three dollars. The New York mail and Express has a telegram stating that the Presi- dent will call an extra session of Con- gress on November llth, to consider the Federal Election bill. Winnemucca, Nov., October Ifvi B. a native of Maine, aged 63 AX ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING. Speeches Made- at Hllver Clty-A Good Peeling All Along the lilne. A large and intelligent audience was present at Miners' Hall in Silver City on Wednesday evening to listen fo speeches by Governor Colcord, Francis G. Newlands and others. A large number of ladies was present and much interest was shown by the citi- zens. Mr. Newlands, in a rapid sur- vey of the situation, brought out many new and striking points, which were heartily applauded. He explained the tariff proposition as an ell'ort on the part of its exponents to raise by a tax the price of merchandise manufac- tured by the cheap labor dt foreign countries to a figure at which it can he made with the higher wages paid to our laborers. This is the policy of the Republican party as against the demands of the Democracy for inac- 'tion. Ho showed the good effects of the silver legislation, which has ful- filled the prophecies of our Western financiers ana completely upset the theories of the gold bugs" by raising the values of our wheat, corn, oat, sil- ver and cotton crops over three hun- dred millions a year. He gave a short account of State ulfuire, proving that here, as elsewhere, the Republican party is the party of progress and the Democratic party the epitome of inertia and inaction and that the fortune of the State de- pends upon the success of the Re- publican party. The candidates were all well received and the straightfordward and manly statesmen! of Mr. Colcord, made friends of all in the house. Mr. Egan is a general favorite there and his appearance as a canvasser was taken as a real joke by those who knew that he would get nearly every vote in town. Surveyor-General Jones explained something of the duties ol his oilice and convinced his hearers that he was a capable and efficient oll'u'er. The meeting closed with three ousing cheers for the party, another round for Colcord and a third for tfewlai.ds. FURNISHING GOODS. HATS BOOTS AND SHOES. 1 QQO My Summer Stock Is Now Complete, Consisting of -4- The Latest and Best Styles OF Men's and Boys' Clothing, Underwear, Socks, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, All Shades and Patterns, Collars, CuGs, Windsor Ties and Dado Bows. NFAV TO-DAY. ELECTION NOTICE -DY THI Board of County Commissioners General Klectlon. Vf tuber 4, Tuesday, 18OO. Xo- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON Tuesday, the id ilny ol November, A. U. 1890, at the several election precincts in the county of Washoe, Slate of Nevada, herein- after named, an elecuon will be held fortbe following State, county and township officers, to-wit: One CongTcssnmu, One Governor, One Lieutenant Governor, One Judge of the Supreme Court, One Clerk of the Supreme Court, One State Controller, One State Treasurer, One Secrelary of State, One Attorney General, One Surveyor General, One Supt. State Printing, Four District Judges, One Supt. Public Instruction, One State Senator, Three Asbembl'-meii, One Sheri..', One County Clerk, One Assessor, One County Recorder and Auditor, One County Treasurer, One District Attorney, One County Surveyor, One Public Administrator and Coroner, One County Commissioner for Long Term, One County Commissioner for Short Term, One Justice.of the Peace and Constable for each township, One School Trustee for each School Long One School Trustee for each School District- Short Term. At the same time and place all electors are called upon to vote for or against culling a constitutional Convention. r DALI-OTS. The ballots to be used at such election shall be ol good quality of white paper, flat cap, in form and size to be ot the length of fourteen inches, and of the width of four inches, or within an cilrht of an inch of such size, and, if printed, black ink only shall be used, and the name of the person voted for shall be set in Brevier capitalSj and the name of the office in lower case Brevier type. If the ballot be written the same shall be so written that no portion of the writing appear when the ballot is folded. ins POLLS. At said elect'on the polls shall be iciicd not liter than 8 o'clock A. St., and will con- tinue open until 6 o'clock r. H., except one hour for recess at any time before 4 o'clock in the afternoon. VOTING PLACES AND INSPECTORS. Reno, No. at Survey- or's office, opposite Courthouse. Inspectors, George McHarlin, Fred Gould, J M lilauchard. Second in Pirst National Bank annex, Second street. Inspeclors, Frank J Wyatt, C D Van W H Dauchy. Third Ward-Polls at Engine House. In- spectors, B M Coffin, W W Webster, R C keeper. Verdi, No. at school house. In- spectors, John Fred Burns, C Haller, Wadsworth, No. at school house, inspectors, T G Herman, George Anvils, V, Proctor. Glendale, No. at Glendale school house. Inspectors, G W Robinson, W A Martin, Henry Stephens. Huffakers, No. at blacksmith shop, Inspectors, B F Jamcx, Albert Brown, George Peckham. Washoe, No. at school house. specters, Win Gregory, A P Marker, II A Porter. Franktown, No. at Justice's office. Inspectors, A Twaddle, Samuel Cliff, Ross Lowers. Peavme, No. at Lemmonn. In- spectors, Merrill, John Hapl, Lewis Lcmmon. Pyramid, No. at Mathews' houre. Inspectors, V C Dickinson; James SutclifT, John Bickford. Salt Marsh, No. at Smoke Creek. Inspectors, A C Scott, Henry Miller, John Ward. Incline Polls at Incline Postoffice. In- spectors, Felix Delonchant, A. Spencer, L. L. Crockett. Polls at Tom Mill's house. In- spectors, Thos. Hill, Wm. Reynolds, Eugene Reiner. By order of the Board. T. V. JULIEN, Clerk. Reno, Oct. 6, 1890. Call at this office for your job work. STRAW HATS Ail grades and coolra A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP Men's, Boys and Children's STRAW HATS A full line of J. B. Stetson Co. FINE HATS In all grades. _______HATSjfJie A Large Assortment of Men's and Boys' Suspenders. SONDERLAND'S 82 SO SHOE. Billoi, Lace, Congress MY STOCK OP BOOTS AND SHOES Is as complete as over, consisting of Gent's Fine Hand-Sewed Boots and Shoes in all Grades, Ladies' Misses, and Children's Boots, Shoes and Slippers 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. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR CREAT PREMIUM SALE Of our New Stock of Dry Groods 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, 'Wil' address the people of Nevada on the po- litical ot the campaign as follows: Hawthorne..............Thursday, Oct. 2 Aurora..........................Friday, Oct. 3 Candelaria.................Saturday, Oct. 4 Greenfield..................Monday, Oct. G Dayton.......................Tuesday, Oct. 7 Silver City............Wedndsduy, Oct. 8 Sheridan..................Thursday, Oct. 9 Genoa..........................Friday, Oct. J.O City............Saturday, Oct. 11 Reno..........................Monday, Oct. 13 Wadsworlh................Tuesday, Oct. 14 Winnemucca.........Wednesday, Oct. 16 Oct. 16 Battle Mountain...........Friday, Oct. 17 Austin......................Saturday, Oct. 17 Eureka.......................Tuesday, Oct. 21 Carlin...................Wednesday, Oct. 22 Elko......................Thursday, Oct. 23 Tasearora.....................Friday, Oct. 24 Paradise.....................Monday, Oct. 27 Carson..................Wednesday, Oct. 29 Gold Hill.................Thursday, Oct. 30 Hon. G. Hewlands will join tho party at Dayton and continue with them, speaking at different places during the campaign. County Committees in the several counties tf raake the necessary arrangements 8E. STROTHER. Chairman. F. C. LOS.D, Secretary. TRUCKEE Livery and REHO, NEVADA' T. K. HYMBBS-........Proprietor FIRST-CLASS TURNOUTS AND FINES! Saddle Horses. Careful attention given tiancicnt stock. carefully looked alter. C. NOVACOVICH. H. T. BRRR BERRY MACOVICH, ----Wholesale and Retail Dealers in----- Groceries, Provisions, FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, Fish: and: Oysters In season. FRUITS Ot< ALL KINDS, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Crockery. FANCY Commercial Row, fano, Nevada. Reno Livery JOHN POTHOFF, Prop'r OPPOSITE DEPOT. Livery and Feed Stable. turnouts at reasonable prices. TranaleBt Mtoek Carefully Tided for. A Pleasant Room, OR ROOMS FOR RENT, NHAR THK school house. Inquire of A. O, Poiter, GAZKTTK office, for particulars. JEWS PA PER I IN SPA PERI   

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