Reno Evening Gazette, October 23, 1890

Reno Evening Gazette

October 23, 1890

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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 23, 1890, Reno, Nevada illE BEST PRWTIM, lio KKNO is awarded il- premium the Nevada Kair. DO NOT GO AWAY From homo for your printing. Try the GAZETTE office and have a conscience. VOL. XXX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1890. MISCELLANEOUS. BIGHT. Do not bo Impoecd on by any of the nnmerons etc., which arc flooding tlio world. There la only one Swift's BpeclQc, and there nothing like It. Oar remedy con- no Mercury, 1'oUwh, Arsenic, or any pols- onoaa lubatanco wbaterer. It builds np the gen- eral health from the first doeo, and has never foiled to eradicate contagious blood poison and I M effects from the system, Be aaro to get the genuine. Bend your address for our on Blood and Skin Dint-ages, which will be mailed 8WIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta. On. HTTETER, THE BON TON TAILOR, Has iust received a fine line of Tall goods, botii FRENCH AND DOMESTIC. Suns made to order cheaper th.ui any othi-r place in tin- uly A perfect lit guaranteed or no And Threaten- to Tie Up the Shipping. AMERICAS HUMANE ASSOCIATION. Terrible Crime of a Berlin Poisoner. Meeting of KxpreHNinen. By Associated Press I Oct. The ti.anagers of the traffic departments of all the express companies in the country held a special meeting to-day. Matters of considerable importance will come befoiv, the meeting. Itlnitif to Take the M uuip By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON. Oct. Elaine will leave morning fur Canton, Ohio, where he hpeak on Satur- day. From that place he will go to Chicago. He Wakes Up the Hawkeyes. A Man Blown to Atoms in a Cartridge Factory. VIRGINIA NEAR COMMERCIAL ROW, Kl-.NO, NEVADA. Josep FIFTY CKNTS PER WKEK. _ "All classes of legitimate ad- vertisements, not exceeding six lines, inserted in this column for fifty cents per week. Purge Found. Al'L'RSK CONTAINING 'I WO RAII.ROAO chocks nnd inoiuy has been found The owner call h.ive It by upplymg lo il.trry Da% is ol tlie Arcade b.iluon _____p-Uuf For Sale. MY RKSIOKNCK ON 8IKRRA STRHKr immediately north of the open House, one of the most desirable pi ices in town and limiishrcl with all modem improvements ociblf fU.l.l'.N. 1 Horse and Bectboard for Sale H.VVIv A COOL) HOKM-: AND liUCK- lio.ird lor sale cheap; apply at once to Ko Ol For Rent. rPWO I.ARGK, CONVKN1KNT ROOMS, JL Inrnislied or milnrmshed. .Suitable lor a Lounle lor housekeeping. ot "lls Invitation. To this grand and noble nation, (lilted with rapidly progressing education To mechanic nnd scientific observation. and patriotic Keneration, I'oml ol sensation, my humble invitation, To Klve my stock nil examination at my locn- _UOIK__ _____noc OHO. KROG To Let for the Winter. PART OK, OK MY l-.NTIRK RKrtl- A deuce, lunii-.liid Apply at my otllcc in sunderland'.s bulk.niK. O..OU H. HKRGSTKIN. A Jtfw By Associated Press "WASHINGTON, Oct. The Presi- dent has appointed Mary A. MeKenwe Postmistress at Album, Or., which olRce has become a Presidential one. To Lot. bTOKK I'ORMKRI.Y OCCUPIED 1 by Jaques bon, and a nice dancing hall, with two Iront offices, will be vacant altir Nuvemhu 1st. Apply to WM. THOMPSON. For Sale. A KINK I.-AMII.Y CARRIAGK UORSK. phaeton and h.irness lor Apply lit this oflue at OIKC. seplStl For Trade. A LOT OV OOOl) 1IOKSKS AND CAT- to trsdu ror uliet-p. Apply at this olUee. ________aep.Stf Choice Residence Property FOR SAI.K. HALF MILK FROM tin- Railioad Depot and one-fourth mile from the M ite I'liiversity. WaUrwith the nroncrtv. If you wish to make a home come andstf-me. II. Fine Boots and Shoes. 1 O TO It. V I'AVOLA FINK MKNS ladies and childretis boots and shoes. I-ine cti-lom work a specialty, repairing neatly done. septltf Ladies Remember ri HAT MKh. b. C. JfDD CARRIES THOSH 1 beaulilul fitting Madiime McCsibe Cor- sets, the Ferris Waists, Kawlings' Shoulder Braces, White House Cook Hook and Stanley's Darkest Alnc.i. Call and examine the goods, Kesidence J doors north Opera House The Mallot-H' Mtrikc. liy Cable and Associated 1'res.s.] LONDON, Oct. the meeting of the Sunderlaiul branch of the Ship- ping Federation yesterday it was stated that the central authority in London is arranging for a general lockout should the persist in their hostile attitude. Tho Shipping Gazette says on this subject: ''Should such a desperate remedy be necessary, the ship owners will have no difficulty in making out their ease. They will show that their InibinesH is being i iiincil by the tyranny of the new unionism. The prospect of an immense federation of every trade remotely connected with ship- ping has convinced the ship owners that something must bo done very promptly; that it is better to have a short, sharp, decisive struggle now than to make a further surrender at the dictation of men who are us un- scrupulous as they are tjrr.inical." The confirms the tiuth of the statement that inquiries had been stinted as to tho practicability of a general laying np of the vessels in British ports. Blown to AtoiiiM. Associated Press.] iJHiuciEi-oRi- Oct. of the fulminate departments of the United Metallic Cartridge Company was blown up with terrible force at 9 A. M., to-day, causing great constei- nation amoung the UOO employes in the main factory. George Baker and son, Fred. W., were employed in tl'e department at the time. The mo- ment before the explosion the Hon be- came frightened and left the place, but the father was blown to atoms, and his body shattered in every direc- tion. The explosion shattered a large quantity of glass in the main building on the opposite side of the street. The Work of u 1'oiHoner. Ily Cable and Associated Press.] BHUI.IN, Oct. tragedy has been added to the list of horrors which have tecently occurred in Ber- lin and vicinity. To-day the com- munity was Chocked by the dicovery of the fiendish work of a poisoner, which is almost without a parallel in the history of crime here. A retired farmer named Gaet, gave to his child- ren some sweetmeats in which he had placed a quantity of poison, and then partook of the sweetmeats him- self. The murderer and three of the children died in great agony, and two other children are dying. No reason is known for tho crime. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. TRUCKEE NEWS ITEMS. A Itrukoinuii Fire at STfeAKGE SUICIDE OF A KAXKER. He Evidently Took the Mor- phine Route. The Greek Indians Complain of Arbitrary ___ Brookins' Steam Candy Factory rilllK FIK3T CANDY KACTOKY IS Ji Reno. Freih candy every' hour. Call and get prices of small quantities or by the barrel. Wholesale prices same as San Francisco. C. J. BROOKINS. W Sale. INDOW WKIGHTS ALWAYS ON hand und for sale at the mc'.nitl UNION IRON WORKS. Call at tliis office for your job work. Looking After tho IMimb Brutes. By Associated Press. NASHVILLE, Oct. this morn- ing's meeting of the American Hu- mane Association the subject of cattle transportation was taken up. During a part of the year a special agent is appointed to tiavel over the different roads to see that the animals are prop- erly treateil anil watered in transit. The Chairman stated there wore improved cuttle cars in use west of Chicago, but none east of that city. The Truckeo Republican of tho 21st inst. says: A brakeman named Tegler, residing at Rocklin, was killed last night at Loomis. lie was stand- ing on top of o box Car, and somehow, in u manner unknown, way thrown from the cur. He struck on his head on the cud of a tic and his neck was broken- When picked up he was duucl, death probably being instanta- neous. He w as a man greatly esteem- ed by all who knew him. About 1 o'clock thismorningseveral residents of town noticed a bright light in the direction of Sehaffer's mill and there was some speulation as to was burning. This morn- ing word came in that a barn at Schafl'er's mill had been destroyed by lire. In the building were some horses and feed. Two valuable horsen, carloads of hay and one carload of barley were burned. How the lire started is not known. Loss, :f with no insurance. SHOULD GO SOUTH. Will U. Mnckey AHklnje tor Repub- lican Votes. The Carson Appeal of the 22d inst. contains the following "The Appeal learns that Mr. Will U. Mackey ex- pects to be elected by Republican votes, and friends are working among the Republicans to secure this of support. It would seem to the most unpreju- diced mind that Mr. Muckey, in view of his feeling toward Northern Repub- licans, ought not to ask any one of that pin ty' to vote for him. In conversation with a gentleman in this city (whose mime the Appeal will give Mr. Mackey whenever he calls for he stated that in the event of another war between the North and South, he would go South and en- list in the Southern army." HUMKOLDT DEMOCRACY. Ktlltor JHLelley Unable to Nominations. The following is the ticket nomin- ated by the Democracy of Humboldt county SherifV, F. M. Fellows Re- corder, J. .1. Hill; Treasurer, Frank Germain Clerk, L. F. Dunn District Attorney, S. J. Bonnilield; Superin- tendent of I'ublic Instruction, Susan Miller; Public G. R. Walker; Long Term Commissioner, W. C. Ruddell; Short Term, Thomas Shone; County Smveyor.W, E.Bowen Assemblymen, Harry Warren, James Mclntobh and Joseph Organ, nouglau Republican Ticket. The Douglas county Republicans nominated the following ticket last Tuesday Senator, G. N. Folsom. Assemblyman, 1'eter Jaeobson. Sheriff and Assessor, John Brock- lies. Recorder, A. B. Boles. Treasurer, N. Blossom. District Attorney, D. W. Virgin. County Commissioner (long Hugh Parks. County Commissioner (short John Adams. Bar silver, 08. MOST PERFECT MADE. STATE ASSAY OFFICE. I have analyzed DR. PRICE'S CRKAM BAKING POWDER by me iu >nen'market and have found it Irec from Alum and Ammonia and containing no of any kind. It Imakes fine light bread, and I con recommend it to all wishing pure nnd wholesome food. LOUIS FALKUNAU, formerly State Assayer, San Franciico, Jau. as. 1889. _.. and Order league Attention. The members of the Law and Order Ixjague are requested to meet at their headquarters, on Saturday evening, October 25th, at 8 o'clock, to select fifteen detectives in preventing the purchase and sale of votes, and the intimidation of voters on election day. By order of Executive Committee. FRANK COOK, Manager. October 23d, 1890. IHphtherla Kpldemle. Diphtheria, which is more fatal and therefore more to be dreaded than small pox, is epidemic at Carlin. The Silver Slate learns, from reliable sources, that out of ten or twelve cases, seven have proved fatal, ant three more were not expected live. _______________ Notice. As I have sold the building that I now occupy and do not have to giv possession until the 4th of November, I will continue to make photos until that time, but, remember, after that time I will make no more negatives. Respectfully, A. G. RIFENBERG. The First Htep. Perhaps'you are run down, can't eat, can't sleep, can't think, can't do anything to your satisfaction, nnd you wonder what ails you. You should heed the warning, you are taking the first step into Nervous Prostration. You need a nerve tonic, nnd in Electric Bitters you will find the exnct remedy for restoring your nervous system to its normal, healthy condition. Surprising results follow the use of this great nerve tonic nnd alterative. 'Your appeti'e returns, good digestion is I restored nnd the Liver nnd Kidneys resume 1 healthy action. Try a bottle. Price 500, nt Wm. Pinniger's Drug Store. A Hanker By Associated Press.] NEW YORK, Oct. Creighton, a banker of 76 Broadway, was this morning found dead in his office, having shot himself during the night. The body was cold and rigid when found, death having evidently occurred Borne houis before. The dead man lay on the sofa with a re- volver with an empty shell in one chamber at his side. On the office table lay several letters addressed to his wife and his partner, II. II. Brig- ham. An open letter addressed to "All whom it may road as fol- lows "I have fought hard the big- ness battle, have made a square fight, but have lost. My brain has given way and now my body must go. Please break the news gently to my wife." George Crosby, the cashier, said: "I left him at his officer yesterday after- noon happy and have never seen any- thing in his conduct to indicate that he was low spirited. As far as I know, his accounts are oil right and he had no financial difficulty, I think." An autopsy developad the fact thai, death was not caused by a bullet, but by poison. Large quantities of mor- phine were found in his stomach, and it is apparent he swallowed so much it produced hemorrhage, and this ac- counts for the presence of blood in the suicide's mouth, which created the impression that ho had shot himself there.___ ___ _ A complaint From CrcekH. By Associated Press.] PARIS Oct. message of Chief Perryman to the Council of the Creek Nation, now in session at Ocmulgee, makes mention of a law enacted by Congress by which the western tribes are fast allotting preparatory to admission as citizens into the American Republic. He then adds: "Thus the rights, privil- edges and authority of the five nations are infringed upon and curtailed at almost every session of Congress. It It would hardly be fair to charge Con- gress with malice toward the Indians, or a wilful disregard of their interests, for the general policy of the Govern- ment toward the Indians is one of humanity and charity. The fault lies in the ignorance of our would be bene- factors as regards the true condition and needs of the Indians. Thus Con- gress, through its misdirected x.eal for a betterment of the condition of the ndians. has handicapped our most audible efforts for self-government ind self-preservation. The United States must be constantly informed of our condition, and continually re- minded of the sacred treaty obliga- tions she has entered into with us in the past. It is rocommended, tliere- 'ore, that a strong delegation be sent to Washington to represent our nation during the next session of Congress." A Ilnee Itlot. j By Associated Press.] ATIASTA inea- j gre reports are obtained concerning j the reported race riot iu Coilee ruimty, J as the trouble-occurred some distance j from the nearest lelegrah. It appears j that in the riot four white men were shot down. They were B. K. Me- Clendon, Frank and Thomas Seers and John None of these aie dead according to the Litest reports. The Governor received a request to order out the militia on the ground that the whites were at the mercy of an armed mob of negroes, and lie ac- cordingly ordered tho rides to proceed at once to the scene. It ap- j pears the negroes arc being in tin- riot by L. B. Yarn, a white man, en- gaged in the turpentine business at the new S'.ukeV mill. and Yarn an-1 Thomas Seers had .1 dispute about a. tract of land. Yarn put men to work oo the timber land and Seers shot one of the negroes and drove the others from the wood. They returned in the afternoon and fired into u crowd of Varn's hands. Yarn's negroes, to have revcngo on Soors, armed them- selves and made an assault on the set- tlement with the above result. At last accounts matters were somewhat quieted, and it is believed there will no other trouble. FURNISHING GOODS, HATS BOOTS AND SHOtlS._______ 1890. i89i. -------MY mr art tear For tlic Fall niul Winter now rompUtc, consisting of Kincfct nnd "lluin ol Men's and Hoy's Ming, AND FURNISHING GOODS. FINK BEAVER OVERCOATS, Chinchilla nnd Kerseys. A largo assortment of Men's and Hoys' Fine Wool and Merino Underwear. A lino lino of Mim'8 nnd Hoys' Murrterort for Money. By Associated Press CHICAGO, Oct. is learned to- day that lirezcl, murdered at De-- plains last night, hud about in money and notes upon his of which over was in cash. AH the men who committed the deed weie running away they parcel under a gas liitht in front of a Justice of the Peace, and they coolly stopped there and looked over tho contents of wallet, Delecting the money and toss- ing the v.allot and papers over the fence and t-epuratctl. This afternoon the police Frank Burns, who says he from Buffalo; Syo, hailing from Montreal, and John Murphy, from Toronto, on suspicion of having mur- dered Brexel. They were found in the neighborhood where the crime was committed. Itallroud Accident. Special to the PORTLAND Oct. col- lihion occurred this morning between two freight trains on the Union Pacific near Fairview. Engineer Jack O'Brien of Albina was killed William lleinsworth, a had a shoul- der crushed. Tlnee ears and both en- gines were badly wrecked. The acci- dent is attributed to inattention to signals. A HWL'll Ily Associated Press. CIIICACO, Oct. noon to-day Marshal Field, Jr., son of the great dry goods merchant, and Miss Al- bertina Huck, daughter of Louis C. Iluck, the millionaire broker, were united in marriage at the residence of tho bride by Archbishop Fcchan. and Cotton Largest nnd lii'st line of I-I.A.TS In tho Stnlo. also a full lino of JOHN B. STKTSON CO.'S HATS. A Large Assortment of Men's and Boys' Suspenders. The f inest Line of Men's French Kid and Buck Gloves Iu tlio State, and a full lino of Wool-Lined Ulovos nml Milts. Tie Finest Line of Necrtear ---------A FAY AYS ON HAND.- BOOTS AND SHOES ------IN KNDLKSS AT PLUCKS THAT DEFY COMPETITION. Custom Made Pants Always On Hand. IN BOYS'CLOTHING, AYe uiivo Hie finest ast-ortmont in all grades, run- ning iu price from upwards. MillM iUudo to on HJiortoNt Xolloc. ouiiiry Orders will Receive Prompt Attention. JOHN SUNDERLAND, The Ohio By Associated Press.] COI.I-MDUS Oct. was accomplished by the Legislature this morning other than the passage to a second reading of a bill for the appointment of a non-partisan Board of control for Cincinnati, when both houses adjourned till to-morrow. TAKE ADVANTAGE ........OF OUR........ C R E A T PREMIUM SALE. Of our New Stock of JDry GfoocLs OloaJks i______ Prices Lower than Ever. HOK.V. I lilko, Nev. .October 19. to the wile of Joseph Heunen, n son. Ely, White Pine county, Nev Oct 1.1. 1890, to the wife of J. B. Simpson, a daughter. _________ _ Campaign of 1890. i Wiiiilom on ike Tariff haw. By Associated Press.l WASHINGTON, Oct. "Windom said this morning that he knew nothing officially about protests against the legality of the McKinley tarifif bill. "I do he said, "re- gard it as within the province of an executive officer to question the con- stitutionality of the Acts of Congress. It is for him to enforce the laws as he finds them and not determine ques- tions affecting their legality. I am therefore .executing the McKinley tariff act as I find it and shall con- tinue to do so unless a competent legal tribunal, such as the Supreme Court, decides otherwise. Its consti- tutionality is a question for the courts, and until they decide against it I shall be governed by it as it (Speaker Iterd In Iowa. By Associated Press.] CKDAB RATIDS, Oct. Reed arrived from Burlington this morning. The space around the car within hearing distance waa soon packed with a throng who gave Keed an ovation. In response to all, he appeared on the platforn of the car and made a 20-minute speech, which was received with shouts of applause and roars of laughter. __ In Ely, While Pine county, Nevada, Oct. 14, James Curtis to Miss Annie 1'reehill. Valley, Nevada. Oct. 15, 1890. Henry Kitfield Webster years and S months. CAROTIIKRS-At Argus Mill, White Pine county, Nevada. Oct 16. iSyo, Joseph Ca- rothefb, a native ol West Virginia, aged 57 years. _____ In Mason Valley, Nev., October u ikqo, Jessie Ruth, youngest daughter ol Rev. and Mrs C. II. Gardner. In Mason Valley, Nev.. October 15, 1890. Henry Webster, aged I took Sick, I TOOK SCOTT'S EMULSION I take My Meals, I take My Rest, AND 1 AM VIGOROUS ENOt'CU TO TAKE ANYTHING I CAN LAY MY HANDS ON trcttiiur lat too, FOR Scott S fSSSon of Pure 'Cod Liver Oil and Hvpophosphitesof Limeand Soda NOT ONLY CURED MY IlM'Ip- iont CoiwiimiHioii wr ME UP, AND IS NOW TV1 ITNG FLESH ON MY BONES A r THE RATE OK A POUND A DAY. I TA'KB Vr JUST AS EAS.LV 'AS _ DC .MILK." SUCH TESTIMONY IS NOTHING J.EW. "iuiSIOM IS DOINtt WONDERS TAKE NO OTHER. I1OX. II. K. GOLCOKD, Republican candidate for Governor, and HON. FRANCIS G. NEWLANDS Accompanied by HON. JOHN F. IXiAN, Candidate Jfor State Treasurer, and .HON. JOHN E. JONES, Candidate for Surveyor General, Will address the people of Nevada on the po litical issues ol the campaign as follows Hawthorne..............Thursday, Oct. Aurora..........................Friday, Oct. Candelaria.................Saturday, Oct. Greenfield..................Monday, Oct. Dayton.......................Tuesday, Oct. Silver City............Wedndsday, Oct. Sheridan..................Thursday, Oct. Genoa..........................Friday, Oct. 0 Virginia City............Saturday, Oci. 11 Reno..........................Monday, Oct. Wadswortb................Tuesday, Oct. 4 Oct. lo Lovelock..................Thursday, Oct. 10 Battle Mountain...........Friday, Oct. 17 Austin.....................Saturday, Oct. 17 Eureka.......................Tuesday, Oct. 21 Oct. 22 Klko.....................Thursday, Oct. 23 Tuscarora.....................Friday, Oct. 24 Paradise.....................Monday, Oct. 2? Carson..................Wednesday, Oct. 29 Gold Hill.................Thursday, Oct. 30 County Committees in the several counties will please make theneceiiHary arrangements for the meetings. K. STROTHER. Chairman. V. C. Secretary. PACIFIC BREWERY, tcno Siula Works and Granite Sikloon. J. Gr. KERTI-l, Succcseor to Btckur. Boor by tlio Glass, Quart, Bottle or Keg at shortest notice. Beer of the bent quality hand. Orders from tliu country j.-ompt attention. Comnierrial How. Krno. C. NOVACOVICH. H. I. BKRR BERRY MACOYICH, -----Wholesale and Retail Dealers in----- Groceries, Provisions, FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, Fisb: and: Oysters In season. I'KCn> 01- AI.I, KINDS, Winei, Liquors, Clear-, Tobacco, Crockery. e cnrrv n fine assortment of FANCY OCHRJKS. Commercial Row, Reno, Nevada. Reno Livery JOHN POTHOFF, Prop'r OPPOSITK DI'.POT. Livery and Feed Stable. Hirst-class turnouts at reasonable Transient Htork Carefully t'to vlded for. MI A Room, OR ROOMS HOR RKNT, N1CAR THK bncK school house. Inquire of A. O. 1'oiter, GAZETTE office, for IN FW SPA PERI SiFWSPAPFld ;

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