Reno Evening Gazette, October 11, 1890

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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 11, 1890, Reno, Nevada THE BEST RENO GAZBTTK ia awarded thj premium by the Slate Fair. DO NOT QO AWAY Prom homo for your printing. Try the GAZETTE office and a clear conscience. VOL. XXX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1890. NO. 10. MI JS. BJJTTUK THAN GOLD. RESTORED HER HEALTH. Tec to years I from erjrslpeli and other blood affections, taking daring that time great quantities of different znedlclnea with- out RlTing ma any relief. Frleodi Indoeed me to try 8. a. 8. It Improved mo from the Btart, and after taking several bouks, re- stored my health as far aa I could linpe far at 117 age, which la now seventy-five years. Has. B. M. LOCAB, Bowling Green, Ky. rrcaHir on Blood and Skin Dtaeucs mailed fnia 8W1ITT SPKCIFIC CO., Atlanta, Qs, scon's EMULSION DOES CURE CONSUMPTION In its First Stages. JJ0 ntre you get the genuine. H. LETER, THE BON TON TAILOR, Hns just received a fine line of Fall goods, both FRENCH AND DOMESTIC. Suits tii-cle to order cheaper thnii nny other place Iu tue city. A perfect fit guaranteed or 110 Hiile. VIRGINIA STRKKT, NKAR COMMERCIAL ROW, RKNO, NEVADA. A The Presidential Party in St. Louis. THE SACRAHENTO "BEE" STE1IE Sixteen of the Compositors Walk Out. Blaine Going to Ohio to Help MoKinley. The PreHldent's Party. By Associated Press.] ST. Louis, October Harrison arrived this morning. His ,rip from Kansas City was uneventful. On his arrival the President was taken n charge by Gov. Francis, Mayor Noonan and a reception committee, ind was given a military escort to the Southern Hotel, while a military sa- uto was fired and the multitude heered. The President reviewed the procession from the balcony of the ictel. In an address at the Merchants Exchange the President aroused great nthumasm by referring to the ex- of the roads running south- vest He could see no eason wily the Trunk lines should ot run to the southwestern coast as ell as the eastern. He believed we ould regain our share of the world's ommerce, and that from these har- on the Gulf we would develop a real and profitable trade with South Vmericu. -FOR- I. S. T., ARTISTS MATERIALS Fresh Garden Seeds, Diamond Spectacles, GO TO S. J. HODGKINSOFS DRUG STORE, VIRGINIA STREET, RENO United States Land Office. SACRAMBU TO CITY, CAI... September NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IN compliance with the provisions of the act ol Congress ol June 3, 1878, entitled an net for the sale of timber lands in the State ol Cali- fornia, Oregon, Nevada and Wnshiuffton Territory, Allen C. Bragg, of Reno, county of Washoe, State of Nevada, has this day filed in this office his sworn statement No.' 1269, for the purchase of the NM of of Sec- tion No. 8, in Towns' ip No. 19 north. Range No. 17 enst, SI. D. M., and will offer proof to .show that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agrlutUural purposes, and to establish his claim to said land before the'Register and Receiver ol this office, at Sacramento, Cal., on Monday, the agth day of December, 1890. He names as witnesses: Charles A. Bragg, R. Pulton, Tames Mayberry and Thos. K. Stewart, all of Reno, Nevada. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above described lands are requested to file their claims In this office on or before the 29th day of December, 1890. SELDEN HKTZEL. Register. County Commissioner. WP. HEREBY AN- uounces himself as a candidate for County ComralsKioner (long tubject to the decision of the Democratic County Con- vention. A 1'rlntors' strike. pecial to the GAZETTE.! SACRAMENTO, Oct. entire orce of the Bee composing room, ex- ept two men, walked out this morn- ng in compliance with the orders of ae Typographical Union. The paper o-day is made up of miscellany. The Jnion notified the Bee that it must ifcontinue the use of stereotyped ories, though the compositors were given the same wages and work aa before, and said it made no difference to them. The Bee's refusal created a friction. The stereotyper was discharged last night for a breach of contract, under which he was engaged. He was a member of the Typographical Union and his reinstatement was demanded this morning, and, on a refusal, sixteen men went out. Secretary niuino to Canvass Ohio. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Oct. demand for Secretary Blaine in Ohio, and especially iu Major McKinley'a dis- trict, has been more than the Secretary could withbtiind. He will go away some time next week and will have with him Representative Dalzel of Pennsylvania. Blaine said the other day that he desired to go very much, and would if the business of the State Department would permit. A great deal of pressure has been brought to bear on the distinguished statesman. It is stated this afternoon on reliable authority that he will talk for the benefit of McKinley, and perhaps for one or two other Republicans who are striving to keep their beads above water in the gerrymandered districts. A Train Uobbery, By Associated Press.] FORT SCOTT Oct. night the Missouri, Kansas Texas passenger train was robbed by four masked men near Schell City, Mo. The robbers compelled the engineer to dismount and knock the express car door down, and the messenger threw out the money packages, not knowing how much they contained. _______ CREA BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. NEW YORK'S GREAT CHEMIST. This is to certify that I have analyzed Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder. I find it composed of pure materials, compcundedlon correct scientific principles. The ingredienta accurately and scientifically proportioned. Hence, bread or biscuits prepared with it are better suited for digestion. R. OGDKN DOREMUS, M. D., U_ D. _ Prof. Cheolttry Toxicology ia the New "Sork Bellevue Hospital Medical College, Prof Chemistry and Physics ID the College of the city of New York. THE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. The Democrats In Council A to I'nt Vp a fciood 11rkrt. The Democratic Convention was called to order at 11 o'clock this morn- ing by John Richardson, Chairman of the Democratic Central Committee. Mr. Richardson made a neat and pat- riotic speech, and said the first order of business would be the election of temporary officers and the appoint- ment of the usual committees. F. W. Hagerman placed the name of P. H Mulchay before the Convention for temporary chairman, antf C. A. Jones that of Dr. H. Bergsteln, which re- sulted in the choice of Dr. Bergstein. Dr. Bergstein took the chair, and on motion proceeded to the appointment of tho following committees On W. Hagerman, Henry Orr, and W. A. Martin. On Permanent Organization and Order of Gulling T. N, Shaber and. W. J. Foxwell. On Resolutions and H. Mulchay, F. R. Lewis, C. A. Jones, Mr. Hardin and Mr. Hidenrich. The meeting then elected John P. Richardson Sargent-at-Arrns, and on motion adjourned till 2 o'clock. AFTERNOON SESSION. The convention was called to order at 2 o'clock and the Committee on Order of Business and Permanent Or- ganization reported and recommended hut the temporary be declared permanent, and it was so ordered. ?he Committee on Credentials re- xirted, and it was adopted. The Joramittee on Platform and Resolu- ions reported through their Chair- man, C. A. Jones, and! it is here given n full: Recognizing the true worth and traight-forward manner in which the democratic State Convention, held in ieno, September 12. 1890, presented o the people its platform, and the ompleteness of its scope, we re-assert be principles therein contained and idorso it as u part of the platform of bis convention. We lay especial stress upon the dt rine of the election of honest and apabie citizens of the State and ounty to office; of securing a free and ntelligent exercise of the ballot; of estraming corporative abuses and surpations; of adjusting and equaliz- ng taxation, and of perpetuating the air and honorable name of Washoe ounty. We utterly repudiate the idea, that be successful in sustaining our rinciples we should bow down aud the golden calf. In particular we endorse the Demo- ratic State platform in denouncing ie present ill-advised and impractic- ble law, passed by a Republican Leg- ulnture, requesting the use of waste rater for irrigation and for setting the riority of right thereto, and demand repeal thereof. We pledge the nominees of this Convention to the economical andhon- st administration of the offices of both tate and countv. C. A. Jones placed in nomination harles Gulling for Senator, and the omination was seconded by P. H. lulcahy. No other nominations ba- ng Gulling'stspped forward, ndorsed the platform and in a neat jeejh gracefully accepted the nomi- ation. On motion, Mr. Gulling was de- lared the unanimous choice of the onvontion. Dr. Bergstein placed in nomination or Commissioner W. P. IcLaughlin, aud he was declared the nanimous choice of the convention. George S. Smith of Washoe was laced iu nomination for Short-term Commissioner, and was nominated by cclamation. John B. Williams was placed in omination for County Recorder, and 'as nominated by acclamation. O. H. Parry, W. W. Rodgers and 3d. Winfrey were placed in nomina- on for County Clerk, which re- ult3d in the choice of O. H. Parry. Richard Ryland was placed in nom- nation for County; Treasurer, and was eclared the unanimous choice of the Convention. L. J. Flint was nominated Sheriff y acclamation. C. H. Stoddard received the nomi- iation of Assessor by acclamation. Charles McFarlSn was placed in lomination for County Surveyor, and :e was unanimously chosen. The Convention at this stage of the iroceedings adjourned until 4 o'clock. Upon reconvening of the Conven- ion the next order of business an- ounced was the nomination of three issemblymen. F. C. Updike, A. D. ariffin and B. C. Shearer, were placed n nomination, and declared the uanimous choice of the Convention. T. A. Reed was nominated Public idministrator and Coronor, and the fflce of District Attorney was left acant for the County Central Com- mittee to fill. No Hope Entertained of His Recovery. BRUTAL ROBBEKY AT MONTEREY An Left Eighty Million Dollar Estate A. Challenge. Mr. Cassidy challenges Mr. Bartine joint discussion of the political is- ues of the day. Mr. Bartine had Iready been billed to speak in the ifferent towns in this State, and it is ot at all likely that the two candi- ates will be able to get together until ery late in the canvass, if, indeed, at Our customers all speak bigbly in raise of St. Patrick's pills. They are he best. BERRY BROS., Carroll ,Meb- For sale by Shoemaker Co., ruggista. BOBN. Tahoe, September 26, 1890, to the wife of W. D. Johnson, a daughter. MAHBIKU. ADGHARY PARKINSON In Seattle. 'Wash., October 8, 1890, Dr. J. B. Laughary and Fanny Parkinson, daughter of R. R. Parkinson oi the Carson Tribune. DIED. Virginia City. Nev., Oct. 8, 1890, Mrs. T. J. Sum-ran, a native of Grass Valley, Cal., aged 39 years. By James "Wood of. land. Eng- Beaten and UobueU. Special to the GAZETTE.! SAN FRANCISCO, October Chronicle Monterey special says Yesterday afternoon Captain E. S Josselyn, an ex-Assemblyman of this county, left Monterey as usual for his home, adjoining the gardens of the Del Monte hotel. As he drove up to the rear of his house two men sud denly appeared and ordered him to halt. Josselyn attempted to jump from his buggy, but tripped and fell to the ground. The men fired two shots at him as he jumped, both missing. Before he could rise the men jumpsd on him and beat him unmercifully. then bound him hand and foot, taking about from his pocket. They then locked him it, a room and proceeded to ransack his house. This done, the robbers returned to him and coolly dis- cussed the question of murdering him, bat they flnaDy decided to spare his life. Leaving bin bound, they cooked dinner and invited him, to join them, ant he refused to do so. After dinner they laid around and enjoyed them- selves until 3 o'clock this uioroing, whon they went away. About daybreak Josselyn succeeded in freeing himself and giving an alarm. The jobbers le.'t here on the morning train for San Jose, and are being closely pursued. Should they be captured and brought back violence is feared, as the citizens are much excited by Josselyn's bruised und wounded condition. An Immense Fortune. By Associated Press.] THEN-TON (N. Oct. T. Capple and his three brothers, all poor men living here, say they have received information that they are i heirs to the estate of James Wood, deceased, of England, who left( property worth Mr.' Wood, who was a banker in Glouces- ter, England, was a brother to Mrs. Capple, mother of ihe claimants, and they, it is claimed, are the nearest relations. Mrs. Capple and her brother never met, he having been born in England and she in this coun- try. The attorney for the brothers sailed for England yesterday for the purpose of presenting their claim. A Siberian Hallway. By Associated Press. 1 ST. PETERSBURG, Oct. Novoe Vremycr says the Kussian Government will undoubtedly begin the construction ofaSibarian railway. It comments on the strategic and commercial importance to the new railway, which, it says, will induce a closer relation between Russia and America by Pacific routes. Hca-vy Sleet Storm. By Associated Press.] SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. sleet storms have been reported as prevailing east of Cheyenne for the past two days, aind to-day in the vicin- ity of Pueblo. In consequence of the storm the wires over the central and southern overland routes are down and the northern routes' utilized.) are are being All Hope Abandoned. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, October Miller was worse this morning, and Is wholly unconscious. He may die any moment and may last a day or two. His left side is completely pai- alyzed. All hope is abandoned. Fatal Petroleum Explosion. By Cable and Associated Press.] PARIS, Oct. explosion of petroleum occurred in Skittles alley at Soignolles. Twenty-seven persons were severely burned, many of whom die.________ Will Try the Balance. By Cable and Associated Press j TIPPERABY, October de- cided this morning to continue the prosecution of the remaining Irish leaders, notwithstanding the fight of Dillon and O'Brien. Fatally Stabbed. Special to the GAZETTE.] CAYVCOS October Swiss named Sylvester Nonella fatally stabbed a Spaniard named Robert Hi- guerra in a drunken brawl last night. How a Itoy Saved Hid Own Lire. By Associated Press.) BAKEHSPIELD Oct. Kem says: A son of J. P. K. Cox, who lives near San Emig- dio, while hunting, was bitten on the leg by a rattlesnake. He was several miles from home and assistance was impossible; but he rose to the occa- sion and manifested a remarkable de- gree of courage and resource for a boy only ton years of ago. He remem- bered to have heard his father say that raw meat applied to the place bit- ten would draw out the poison. So he made incisions above and below the bite and applied a quail which he bad cut open. Fortunately ho had with him several of these birds that he had shot. He was very sick for a time, but the application was HUCCCSS- full. Tlio raw flesh drew out or ab- sorbed the poison. FURMSHING GOODS, HATS BOOTS AND SHOES. 1 89O Order .Restored. By Cable and Associated Press.] BERNK, October Ultra Montane Government in Ticino has been reinstated. In addition to the extra troops who have been sent to Ticino, three battalions of infantry have been ordered to proceed to that cantcn to guard against u further out- break._________ CongreHHfonal Nomination. Special to the GAZETTE.] SAN Josu Oct. Fifth Congressional District Republican Convention nominated E. F. Loud of San Francisco for Congress. Bar silver, XEWSJCOTES. Reports from almost every county in the northern part of Iowa" indicate the prevalence of hog colera. A device has been patented for utal- 'zing toe vast beds of lignite in the Northwest as fuel at a low cost. Boston has a Chinese the.itro and now the Celestials of the hub are talk- ing about starting a Chinese news- paper. A lawsuit in Norristown, Penn., is over the possession of a family Bible that belongs to the estate of Elizabeth Kolb. In Brooklyn a young man who icrafchecl a match on a policeman's >ack to light a cigarette with, was fined A new oil tield has been discovered n the Elk River Valley, near Clmrles- on, W. Va., and several wells luivc been sunk. Catapillers have eaten every leaf rom twenty-five acres of oak trees near Kalamazoo, Mich. The worms arc moving wcstwiuj. A Gosen, Ind., couple were married on the race truck, in front of the grand stand. Sixteen thousand p2ople wit- nessed the ceremony. The Indiana Supremo Court holds that carrying persons to and from pic- nic parties on, the Sabbath is not n work of necessity or charity. Maine is experiencing a new gold fever in the Swift River district. Land is being purchased freely, and there is considerable excitement. A Girl of thirteen and a boy only four years older wore married at Columbia, Mo., a few days ago, with the full consent of their parents. Eddie Condon wan killed near Mid- land, Mich., by a runaway team, recently. The same horses killed his father in the same way a few weeks CHURCH NOTICES. CONGREGATIONAL ser- vices to-morrow at the Church edifice. Instead, union meetings will be held at the Opera House tit 11 A. M., and also at 3 P. M., to be addressed by the noted evangelist and lecturer, Major Geo. A. Hilton of Washington, D. C. The afternoon meeting is for men only. A cordial invitation is ex- tended to all to attend these services. Theodore Winters was in town this afternoon. Dr. M. A. Greenlaw gooo below to- night for a two weeks' visit. Our light report to-day is again due to the storm on the Rocky mountains. The First Time. On the 4th of November next, for the first time in the political hintory of New York city, the four most prom- inent and important local Mayor, Sheriff, District Attorney and to be elected on the same day. A JHIchican Central Itallrond Km- ploye Wins Ilia Catte After Seven Yearn OonteHt. While cmploped agent of the Michigan Central Railroad Company, at Agugta, Mich., my kidneys become diseased, and from an impovished and Impure ststn of the blood, my general health was entirely undermined. I consulted the leading Biclons or this citj and Ann Arbor, and all pronounced my case Bright'a disease. In October last I began taking Htbbard's Srrnp, and am to-day a well man. It affotds me pleasure to render suffering humanity any good that I can. and I wish to Bay that I think it Is the best blood, kidney and liver medicine in the world. E. LABZILKUE, agent M. C. B. B., Albion, Mich. Sold by S. J. Hodgklnson. Prepared only by the Wright Medicine Company, Detroit, Mich._______________ Advice to Mother H. MRS. WrasLow's SOOTHING SYRUP should always be used for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is 'Jdr best remtAy or diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle Cronpy suffocations, night congas and all the common effectlons of the throat and lungs quickly relieved by Dr. J. II. Mc- Lean's Tar wine Lung Balm. We find St. Patric's Pills to be very extra and to give splendid satisfaction. They are now about the only kind called A. WAIAACE, Oasls.Ia. For eale by Shoemaker A Co., drag glat. My Summer Stock Is Now Complete, Consisting; of The Latest and Best Styles OP Men's and Boys' Clothing, Underwear, Socks, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, All and Patterns, Collars, Cafe. Windsor Ties and Dude Bows. A LAROE ASSORTMENT OP OTDAllf MAYA "en's, Boy, and Oiiaren-s STRAW HATS A full line of J. B. Stetson Co. FINE HATS In all grades. of SILK HATS of the A Large Assortment of Men's and Boys' Suspenders. SUNDERLAND'S 82 5O SHOE. MY STOCK OP------- BOOTS AND SHOES Is as complete as ever, consisting of Gent's Fine H and-SewedJ Boots and Shoes in all Grades, Ladies' Misses, and Children's Boots, Shoes and Slippers Jin 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........ GREAT PREMIUM SALE. Of our New Stock of JDry Groods

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