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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 27, 1890, Reno, Nevada I HE BEST GAZKTTISI premium by the amte Fa'r. m M Frotn home for your printing. Try the GAZETTE office and P a rlenr eonwiVu.ee. VOL..XXX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, OCTOBER 27, NO. MISCELLANEOUS. _____ H7TETERT THE BON TON TAILOR, Has juil received a fine line of Fall goods, both FRENCH AND DOMESTIC. Suits made to order cheaper than any other place in the city. A perfect fat guaranteed or no vile. VIRGINIA bTRKKT, NKAR COMMERCIAL, ROW, KKNO, NliVAUA. 2osep A FIFTY CENTS PER WEEK. classes of legitimate ad- vertieemeuts, not exceeding six lines, inserted in this column for flily cents per week. Some Very Damaging Evidence Found. A REPORTED NEWSPAPER SALE. The French President to Visit St. Petersburg. For THOSK BKAUTIHUL Oil. PAINTINGS, by uluueh Hubbard, which took the picmium at the receut State Fair, are for fate, and on exhibition at tne residence of S JJeuder Commercial Row. Please call und see them. octaywi Governoi Fattison After Pennsylvania Editors. the Notice. CAMK ON" MY PREMISES ABOUT OC- tober ist, one dark rwl cow. Owner will prove property, pay and take her away. C. H KUl.IbON, Reno. Parse Found. APURSK CONTAINING 1 WO RAILROAD checka and money has been found. The owner can have It by applying to Harry Davis of the Arcade baloon For Sale. JlfY RHSIOJvNCl-; ON SIERRA jjl immediately north of the Opera House, one of the most desirable pi ices in town and tiiruislKcl with all modt.ru improvements ociStf Invitation. To this grand nnd noble nation, Gifted with a rapidly progressing education To mechanic and scientific observation. I.oy.il and patriotic generation, 1'ond ot sensation, my humble invitation, To Klvc my stock au examiuatiou at my loca- tion. l.ioc GHO. KROG. To Let for the "Winter. APART OK, UK MY IvNTIRIC RHSI- dencc, furnished. Apply at my otllce lu Snnderlaud's builuiug. ocOlf H. BURGSTEIN. For Sale. A FINK I'AMII.Y CARKIAGK HORSK, phaeton and harness for sale very cheap. Apply at this ofhce at once. scpibtt For Trade. A LOT OF GOOD HORSES AND CAT- tlo to trade for aheep. Apply at tills office.______________________ui'p.otr Choice Residence Property FOR SAUK, ONKlIAI.k MI1.K 1'KOM the Railroad Depot and one-fourth mile from the bttite Utiucrsily. Wnttr with the property. If you wish to make n home come and see me. isea) 11. 1.KKTH. Monte Damaging Testimony. By Cable and Associated LONDON, Oct. is probable the police will succeed in clearing away the mystery surrounding the murder of Mrs. Hogp, whose body was found last 1'riday nigh tin South Hainpstead. Nellie 1'iercey, whom Mrs. Hogg visited on Friday, and whoso house revealed the tracks of ti desperate struggle, nnd who was consequently arrested, was arraigned in the Police Court to-day on a preliminary hearing. The husbund of the murdered woman testified that a liason existed between himself and the prisoner, and that he had a latchkey to her house and fre- quently visited her. Ho thought his wife did not know of his relations with Mrn. 1'iercoy. A further examination of the kitchen at the Piercey renidence revealed that a fierce struggle had taken place there, nnd that attempts lutd been made to remove the bloodstains on the floor and about the room by the use of parullinc. Fine Boots and Shoes. TO H. I'. KOR I'INK MKNb VT ladies and childrens boots and shoes. Une custom neatly done. work a specialty, repairing heptltf Xiadies Remember MRS. b. C. JUUD CARKIKS THOSE J. beautiful fitting Madame McCabc Cor- sets, the ferns Waists, Rawlings' Shoulder Unices. White House Cook Hook and Stanley's Africa. Call and examiue the goods. Residence 2 doors north Opera House oc tf Brookins' Steam Candy Factory rfUIK JTIKST CANDY FACTOKY IN I. Reno. Fresh candy every hour. Call and Ket pt ices of small quantities or by the barrel. Wholesale prices same as San Francisco. jai4tf C. J. BROOKINS. w Ttr Sale. INDOW WEIGHTS ON hand and for sale nt the nichntf UNION IKON WORKS. the Voters of Washoe County. CERTAIN MKMUIvRS OK OUR LAST Legislature, to fasten up_on tills State the infamous lottery scheme, which cost the honest taxpayers to defeat, and which done innreto inmrc tho pros- perity of Nevada than nil the evils which occurred iu lib history, are now before the public kohutmg their -.uffrnye, among the number being M. Folcly, one ol the nominees for btate Senator for Washoe county. Who was the strongest advocate of tlu lottery b 11 in the Senate. Understanding thnt Mr. Folev denies aiding it, we hereby submit n copy of the Semite Journal of Janu- ary 16, iSSy benate liill. No 12 Act to provide for holding H sptx'itkl election, to submit to the people of the Stace proposed amendments to the constitution thereof, and o'her matters pertaining thereto Hill rend and paused by following lloyle, Comins, Uunlop M. J-'oley, Forbes. Gallagher, Harris, Kniscr, Millett, Nicholla, Osburn, Sawyer, Sharon, Sproulc, Torre. 16. Kininitt, Hardesty and I.a Grave. I'cllow can such men be trusted to legislate In the interests of the twople. Klect them, and may not another lottery 0ch '.ne or some other jobbery that will line their nt your expense be snruiig rny hour. It is wfe only to vote for reliable men, KCOOK, K W. TAYI.OR. J. W. Prohibition Committee on publication. Now TrnnH-Mouotaln Koad. ny Associated CHICAGO, Oct. morning papers say James McLean, President of the Colorado, Utah Pacific Rail- way has arranged with the Manhattan Trust Company to get financial aid in building a new road from Denver to Salt Lake City. The projected road will run from Denver to Boulder nnd cross the divide at Buchanan's FHSH, through Middle Park, thence to Steamboat Springs and over Goose Range to Suit Lake. The length of the road from Denver to Salt Lake will be 440 miles, which is 28G miles shorter than the Denver Rio Grande. The Colorado, Utah Pacific claims to have ahout back of it. There will be a Umnel feet long on the projected line just before Mid- dle Park is reached. The tunnel will go through a high mountain, and will be an expensive piece of engineering work. Newspaper Male. By Associated Press.] CINCINNATI, Oct. 27. It is announced 'ipon reliable authority that Murat Halstead, who owned a controlling interest in the Commercial Gazette, has sold to a broker a portion of his holding. Whether the sale is coupled with a contract to give the purchasers control by proxy of his remaining shares so as to give them unrestricted control of the paper is not known, but it is probable that Halstead will re- main in tne East until the names of the purchasers from the broker are made known. There is much specu- lation on that point. General Alger and J. S. Clarkson have been guessed by-some as the men. The transfer of the stock and the reorganization, if any be done, will take place within thirty days. Carnot to VlMlt ny Cable nnd Associated Press ST. PKTKRBIIUIKI, Oct. The Ga- zette states that Carnot, President of France, will visit this city in May, when he will open the exhibition of French products to be held here. Baking Powder. Perfect A Pure Cream of Tartar Superior to every other known. Used in Millions of Years the Standard. Delicious Cake and Pastry, Light Flaky Biscuit, Griddle Cakes Palatable and Wholesome. No other baking powder does such work. Mevcrml Libel Malta. By Associated PHILADELPHIA, Oct. E. Pattison, Democratic candidate for Governor of Pennsylvania, thia morn- ing swore out warrants for the arrest on a charge of criminal libel the pub- lisher and editor the Inquirer, the proprietor of the North American and the publisher and editor of the Harrisburg Call. A hearing will be given this afternoon. The three pa- pers mentioned were published Satur- day morning. The charges are that Pattison was bribed by the Vanderbilts to BIRD what were known as the South Pennsylvania bills of 1883. The Governor nought out and retained ex-Judge Jeremiah S. Black to write a veto message, and received it with the understanding that it was to be sent -to the Legislature. He changed bis mind by the next morning, and, without notice to Judge Block, approved the bills. Judge Black denounced Governor Pattison for this alleged deception, and severed all amicable relations with him. The article also charged that n stock has been paid to Governor Pattison and Attorney-General Lewis S. Cassidy for signing the bill charter- j ng the Pittsburg Natural Gas Cor- wratiou. Fatal Shooting Affray In St. Louis, Mmall Vat In Overland Hatea. By Associated Press.) CHICAGO, Oct. 27. The Journal says there is unmistakable evidence hat both the Burlington and Santa ?e railroads have blocks of tickets on sale in St. Louis and Kansas City at a >2 cut on the regular rate to San Frun- A. R. Appointment. By Associated Press.] BOSTON, Oct. 27. Commander-in- Jhief Veaxey of the G. A. R. an- lounces the appointment of William xxjhren of Minneapolis as Judge Vdvocate General. Bar silver, 04. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Republican Clnb The Young Men's J. P. Jones Re- publican Club will hold a meeting at their headquarters this evening to make the necessary arrangements for the Bartine-Cassidy debate on next Wednesday evening, for the proposed trip to Carson on Thursday evening, and for tbe Jones meeting in Reno on Friday evening. A full attendance ia desired. A HOMELY COMPARISON. Hotv the Judicial Uowna 1m- prettHed Abraham Lincoln. Justice Miller saw President Lincoln for the last time at the inaugural ball given in honor of his second election. The President turned to him with great cordiality and said: "How are the Justices and their Judge Miller replied that they were all right, and President Lincoln went on. "Mil- ler, you were brought up on a farm, weren't replied the Judge. said President Lin- coln, "you must have seen the break- ing of land and the burning up of tim- ber in a clearing. You have seen the heavy bark fall off from a half-decayed log, while out from under the bark would come great winged ants, which would waddle off with the funniest kind of clumsy dignity. Do you know, Judge, I never see one of you Justices with your gowns on but I tbink of these ants which we used to see on the farm in clearing." Out of .Employment, Official statistics show that persons are out of employment in Lombardy, in Piedmont and in Romana and Southern Italy. The condition of most of these unfor- tunates borders upon destitution, and the results of the Industrial stagnation are likely to be very serious. Perished la a Blluard. The 16-year-old daughter of William Nichols, while returning to the ranch from Folsom, N. M., was caught in a blizzard, lost her way, and was frozen to death. She was found ten miles from her home. She had managed to unhitch the homes and turn them loose before she was exhausted. Too Wet to Pack. An official of a New York bank do- ing a good deal of business with the cotton section says that the movement of cotton baa stopped temporarily be- cause cotton is too wet to pack. Mer- chants in the cotton districts are asking an extension of time on their notes. Contract Labor Law. In view of the large number of work- ingmen preparing to emigrate to America in consequence of the Me- Kinley bill, the United States Consuls in tbe different cities are giving the widest publicity to the provisions of the Contract-labor law. Am Arizona Jury. Notwithstanding witnesses before a Coroner's jury at Prescott, A.T., testi- fied to the identity of an assassin, the jury decided that George Johnson came to his death from wounds made by an unknown party. A Cure for Piles. Itching Piles are known by moist ore, like perspiration iateiue Itching when warm. This form, well blind, bleed- Ing and protruding, yield at once to Dr. Bosanko's Pile remedy, which acts directly on tbe parts affected, absoibs tumors, al- lays Itenlng and effects a permanent cnre. sue. DrnggrUtsormsilt treatise free. Dr. Bounko, Plqna, O. Sold by S. J. Hodg- klnson. apS A MILITARY REPORT SUBMITTED The Electrical Execution Law Brought Up To-day. A. Strike of Steam Chicago. Fitters in A Military Heport. By Associated Press.l WASHINGTON, Oct. Secre- tary of War lias received the annual report of Brigadier-General John Gib- bon, Commauder of the Department of the Columbia. He reports that the Indiana of the extreme Northwest are perfectly peaceful, and he thinks they will remain HO indefinitely, unless goaded to desperation by the constant encroachment of the whites and their injustice. He says in regard to Courts-martial: "The supposed irregularities in mar- tial proceedings bave recently given rise to a good deal of comment throughout the country, und the pro) osition has been made to take from the Department Commanders the power to -order -General Courts and rest it only in the Division Command- ers. I am of the opinion this would be a great mistake, as it would not be in furtherance of the administration of justice, and would simply add one more to the disadvantages presented division organization." He recommended, however, certain improvements MI the administration of military justice as follows: To au- thorize the Secretary by law to estab- lish a schedule of punishment for cer- tain offenses, to which the officers should conform in their sentences by requiring a strict compliance with the law in convening general courts by establishing a military court of appeal, whose duty should be similar to the corresponding civil courts. General Gibbon-reports-the troops in his department in good condition as regards discipline and drill, and gives it as his opinion that the various measures taken to decrease the num- ber of denerters in the army will re- sult benificially. No he says, will produce better results than a plan to get better material by enlisting recruits in the rural districts rather than the crowded cities." He reports the canteens in hie de- partment in a satisfactory condition, and says the system is not only better than that of a tradoship, but the en- listed men are beginning to realize some of its benefits. He recommends the War Depart- ment to charter sea-worthy vessels for the transportation of stores across the mouth of the Columbia river and Baker's Bay, as was done until re- cently when the contract for that service was disapproved, Since the stoppage of the steamer the garrison at Fort Canby has been cut oil' from their ordinary table supplier .ratal Mhootiiig Affray. By Associated Press] ST. Louis, Oct. 27. A shooting affray, which resulted-Jn the killing of one man and wounding of two others, occurred on the levee this afternoon. An old feud existed between John Mc- Cune, a negro steamboat roustabout, and Byron M. Scott, captain of the watch. As Scott was walking up the levee he met McCune and two other negroes. McCune drew a knife and made a hostile demonstration towards Scott, when the latter pulled a revolver and fired four shots in rapid succes- sion. McCune dropped dead. The other two men, Abe Thomas and Wal- ter Stevenson received serious wounds. Scott, who is also a negro, was placed under arrest. _______ An AHMllgnntrnc. By Associated Press. 1 NKW YORK, Oct. H. AVick- hani Co., importers of diamonds at 24 Maiden Lane, assigned to-day. Preference was given to John Munroe Co., not to exceed one-third of the estate. The assignee ie not prepaied to make a statement of the assets and liabilities. The business aggregated a million dollars yearly. __ Ball Player Hailed. By Associated Press.] COHOES (N. Oct. Lynch, a ball-player, at one time Cap- tain of the Stare of Syracuse, after- wards with the Atlanta (Ga.) Club, and later with the club at Wilming- ton, Del., was shot throngh the breast to-day in a saloon row, und cannot re- cover. His assailant was not cap- tnred. A Supreme Court Case; By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Oct. first motion to secure final action from the Supreme Court of the UniU'il States on the question of the constitution- ality of the New York electrical exe- cution law was made in the Supremo Conrt to-day. It was moved that the case be advanced and fet for a speedy .hearing. The points raised in the Reuimler execution demonstrated that the killing by electricity is i rual and unusual punishment, and IIP such is prohibited by the constituM ui of the United State-. After the counsel mudo motion Chief Justice Fuller asked: "If there any distinction between that case and fha case of and j. Daniel O'Calluhan, the counsel who made the responded "Yew, there in this distinction, that the car- rying out of the sentence in the Kemmler case was not pciontifically suc'cessful, and the petitioner hopes electricity will be decided to be not a proper mode." Chief will take the KIMIMSHIXG GOODS, HATS AND SHOES. 1890. FALL AND WINTER. 1891. lu Favor of the Itnllroad. By Associated Press.) WASHINGTON, Oct. Inter- state Commerce Cominis.-ion has ren- dered a decimon in the case of Geoige Rice against the Southern Pacific, the Atchison, Topeka Santa Fe and other roads in reference to the rates on and its to Cali- fornia points as affected by the long and short haul clause. The decision is in favor of the railroads Mtcam FUterri HtriUe. By Associated Press.] CHICAGO, Oct. hundred steam fitters, comprising 90 per cent of the union men in this city, struck ;his morning for 8 hours or for :i 10 cent advance in wages and the of the union. A ItuMlnctiH By Associated Press.l BUFFALO, Oct. and Par- ridge, proprietors of the Queen City ihuiing mill, have made an assign- ment. The preferences aggregate A Cure for Mlclc Heartache. This distressing complaint IB itno to an nactlve or sluggish liver with constipated bowels which derange the stomach and j disturb the nervous system, causes nesa and An oppressive dull pain in tlic head, often so severe as to prevent all rest or sleep. One of Dr. Quun's Improved ..IvorPlUe will relievo yon of alltlippalu and misery and a fen more dosun will cor- rect tbe liver and stomach and regulate he bowels. While these Dills ure small, easily taken, and mild and gentle In their action thero is no medlolue made that will ,o effectually cure sick headache. 25 cents a box. Sola by S. J. Hodgklnson. MY STOCK OK ling and Unear For the Fall and Winter li now complete, connlBtliiK of Me- dium oi nidi's ol Men's and Boy's Clothing, AND FURNISHING GOODS. FINK EEAVEll OVERCOATS, Chinchilla anil Kerseys. A largo aMortincnt of Men's ami Boys' Fine Wool and Merino Untaww. A line lino of Men's ami Hoys' Wool and Cotton SookM I.argeet natl bent line of BLA.TS O-A.PS In tlio Stato also a full lino of JOHN It. STKTSOX A CO.'S IIATS. A (Large Assortment of Men's and Boys' Suspenders. Th3 f inest Line of Men's French Kid and Buck Gloves In the Slate, and a full line of Wool-Lined Glovt'H and Tlie Finest Line or Neckwear and -------ALWAYS ON HAND. BOOTS AND SHOES -IN KNDLKSS VARIETY, AT PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION. Custom Made Pants Always On Hand. IN BOYS' CLOTHING, We bave tbo finest ;isFortmont in nil yruden, run- ning iu prico from upwards. Made to .llenHure on Hliortent ounlry Orders will Receive Prompt Attention. JOHN SUNDERLAND, Bucklen's Arnlra Halve. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises ores, ulcers, snlt rheum, fever sores, chnppe hands, chilblains, cortio all skin eruptions and positively cures or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or m jney refunded, cents per box. Fo by Wm.Pinnigrr. deJT'lwn MAKTIN'ONI-Iii Reno, October 26, 1890, Peter Martinoni, a unlive Switzerland, aged 61 yean. TAKE ADVANTAGE ........OF OUR........ CREAT PREMIUM SALE Of our New Stock of Groocls Prices Lower than Ever. Will bo paid to any competent chomtat who wttl find, onanulynln, a particlo of Mercury, PotOBb, or other poisons In Swift's Specific (9. S. S.) AN EATING SORE Hendcreon, Tex., Aug. S3, "For eigh- teen months I hi.d an eating soro on my tonstte, X was treated by tlio best local physicians, but obtained no relief, tbo eoro gradually growing worse. I concluded filially to try 8. S. S., and Bros entirely cured offer nefns a few bottles. _ You have my cheerfnl permission to publish the j above statement for the benefit of thOBO similarly C. B. McLEUOitE, Treatise on Blood and Skua Diseases mailed free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta, S SS PACIFIC BREWERY, Reno Soihi Works and (irnnitc Saloon. J. Gr. KEJRTJH, Successor to George Heckcr. Campaign 1890. HON. H. F. BART1NE. Republican Candidate for Repre-enta- live in Congress, Will address the people ot Nertaa on the political issues of the campaign as fol- lows: Wells........................Saturday, Oct. 11 Cherry Creek............Monday, Oct. 13 Ely..........................Tuesday, Oct. 34 Ploobe.....................Thursday, Oct. 10 Panaca........................Friday, Oct. 17 Hamilton..................Monday, Oct. 20 Eoreka-----..............Tuesday, Oct. 21 Tybo........................Thursday, Oct. 23 Belmont.........-......... Friday, Oct. 24 O.-t. 25 Winnemucca ............Monday, oct. 27 Lovelock..............v., Tuesday, Oc-t. 28 Reno....................Wednesday, Oi-l. Virginia City............Tuesday, Oct. Dayton........................Friday, Oct. Genoa.....................Saturday, Nev. Carxon Nov. County In the several conn- tlJ? will make tlie sr for ,he F. C. I.ORP, Secretary. oclU Beer by the Glass, Qniirt, ]3otilr or Keg at hbortost. notice. Lager Beer of the bust quality always on hand Orders from the country receive prompt attention. Commercial How. Itriio. _________Jyl-'tf_____________ C. H. J. BF.RR BERRY MYAtOW II, -----Wholesale and Retail Dcali-rs ill----- Groceries, Provisions, FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, Fish: aid: Oysters In season. FRUITS Of ALL KINDS. Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Crockery. We carry a fine of FANCY GROCKRlHS. Commercial Row, Reno, Nevada. Reno Livery JOHN POTHOFF, Prop'r Ol'I'OSITK DKFOT. Livery and Feed Stable. First claf-R turnouts at reasonable prices. TratiMlcnt Htock Carefully vldert for. l-ro A Pleaiant Room, OR ROOMS I-'OR RMNT, NI'.AR THK bride school house. Inquire of A. O. oiter, GAZKTTK office, for particulars. lean Campaign of 1890. HON. n. K. Kfpnblic.iii cnndiditc for (lovrrnor, nnd HON.FKANCJS G. NKWLANDS Accompanied by HON. JOHN F. EG AN, Candidate State Ireasurcr, and ;HON. JOHN K. JONKS, Candidate for Surveyor Uetieral, Will address the people of Ncvnd.i on the po- litical issues ol the campaign as follows Hawthorne..............Thursday, Oct, 2 Aurora..........................Friday, Oct, 3 Candolaria................Saturday, Oct, 4 Greenfield..................Monday, Oct. 0 Dayton.......................Tuesday, Oct, 7 Silver City............Wedndsday, Oct, 8 Sheridan..................Thursday, Oct, 'J Genoa..........................Friday, Oct. 10 Virginia City............Saturday, Oct. 11 Reno..........................Monday, Oct, n Wadswortb................Tucnday, Oct. 14 Winnemucca.........Wedneoday, Oct, IB Lovelock..................Thursday, Oct. W Battle Mountain...........Friday, Oct, 17 Austin......................Saturday, Oct, 17 Eureka......................Tuesday, Oct, 21 Oct, 22 Elko.....................Thursday, Oct. 2IJ Ttiucarora.....................Friday, Oct. U4 Paradise.....................Monday, Oct. 27 Carson..................Wednesday, Oct. 29 Gold Hill.................Thursday. Oct. 30 County in the ncveral counties will please make the necessary for the meetings. K. STROTHKR. Chairman. I'. Secretary. .NFW SPA PERI
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