Reno Evening Gazette, November 4, 1890

Reno Evening Gazette

November 04, 1890

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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 4, 1890, Reno, Nevada ihe Keno Gazette Has the Eastern and Coast Telegraph Report of any paper between Sau Francisco and Salt Lake. VOL. XXX. TO-DAY'S ELECTION. Hot Contest in Con- gressional Districts. A Look at too Will convince anyone of its superior excellence as a newspaper. RENO, WABHOE COUNTY, NOVEMBER 4, 1890 NO. 30. The Negroes in the South Decline to Vote. MoKinley Seerna Confident of a _ Bo-Election. To-Uay's By Associated Press.] CHICAGO, Nov. weuther ia brilliant and a largo vote is being polled. Many voters came with their ballotH already prepared. Tickets are heavily scratched, and oveiyborty is at sea as to the results. Tho indications are that Congress- man Adams (Rep.) is having a hard for Congress in tbe First district, and that Taylor (Hep.) is having a Himilar experience. NEW YORK, Nov. polls opened at G o'clock this morning and the work of voting under the new bal- lot law is unusually large, and a num- ber of workers about the polls, the People's Municipal League alone sup- plying a small army of them. The politicians of every parly made un- usual efforts to out a full vote early. Tho volinj? under the new law has "proceeded more slowly than usual, but with greater steadiness. At noon there was a greater proportion of the registered voters in than has been customary at that hour. The new ballot law did not seem to interfere with the tenement house districts. They have all been diligently in- structed in the use of pasters, and far more of them than of the original official ballots were used. In almost every district, however, some citizens lost their votes through failure to comply with tbe provisions of the law within the prescribed ten minutes. A large number of those who thus lost their votes were citizens possessing education and intelligence, but who failed to acquaint themselves with the details of tho law. Tho weather was threatening in the early morning, but cleared later. Many arrests have been made dur- ing tho day for illegally registering and votinir and for destroying ballots. A number of saloon keepers were ar- rested for keeping open in too near proximity to the polling places. M Mayor Grant's headquarters it is said tho voting ia proceeding in an intelli- gent manner and with little delay. At Mr. GolVs headquarters, on the con- trary, it is said tho voting is very backward. In many down town dis- trk-ts it is estimated that a full vote could not be cafat. Keporta are ceivecl also that Republicans are voting tho straight fusion ticket. The Supreme Court Judges have ruled iu a, case of a voter physically disabled that an assistant ba allowed him in the polling booth. The remedy of the election inspectors was to hold the voter for perjury if he has sworn falsely. and other Irish leaders vifcted several polling places. Reports from all parts of the city show that a large vote has baen polled and that everything has been subordi- nated to tho contest for Mayor. The organs of Tammany claim a sure vic- tory but tbe supporters of Scott seeui confident that their man will be the next Mayor. KANSAS CITY, Nov. election is passing off quietly and the vote is very large. Tho weather is fair and warm. MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. is tbe first general trial of the Australian ba'lot system in Minneapolis. Fr> m all accounts so far it works be.-.utifnil y and a large vote is being polled. Mer- riam (RopO being scratched con- siderably for .Governor, mottly in favor of Owen, the Alliance candidate. It is probable that Wilson (Dsui.) will also lose many votes to Owen. Snider for Congress, is con- bideied sure of election. MILWAUKEE, Nov. tiny opened bright and from present indi- cations Wisconsin -will exceed the heaviest vote she ever cast. Some disturbances may occur in the Polish wards before the day is over. The re- sult iu the State is a matter of great doubt, the ecclesiastical element hav- Uig upset all calculations based on for- elections. Peck, Democrat, will undoubtedly carry Milwaukee city and couHy by a good majority, but the are hopeful that Demo- cratic disaffection on account of the educational issue, added to the Pro- hlbiticn and Labor support of the Bennett law will more than make up for the Catholic and Lutberian bolt. A Catholic priest in the Polish dis- trict was at tbe polls directing the forces, and several Lutheran mintetere were also conspicuous about the voting places. CINCINNATI, Nov. weather is fair and voting is progressing rapidly and a full vote is almost certain. In many precincts twc-thirds.of the reg- istered vote was in before 9 o'clock. TOLEDO Nov. weather is clear and cold and a heavy vote is being polled. Advices from the Sisth and Seventh Congressional Districts show a bitter struggle over the two Congressmen. COLUMBUS Nov. elec- tion is quiet with a light vote, caused by threatening weutber. Outhwaite for Congress, is believed to be running ahead of his ticket. CLEVELAND, Nov. weatl-er unpleasant; rain and snow have lalten frequently and Ihe vote is rather light. DELPHI A, Nov. weather is clear and an average vote is being cast. An exciting contest is in pro- gress in the Third Congressional Dis- trict Richard Vaux served out Randall's tin expired term, hut was defeated in the Democratic convention for the full ter.-a, Wm. McAleer the nomination. Vaux is running as an independent, with no Republican candidate in the field. AMJANY (N. Y.) Nov. of the new election laws is reported all over the city. SAVANNAH Nov. large Democratic vote is being polled. Les- ter's re-election is a foregone conclusion. MACON Nov. is no opposition to the Democratic State ticket and Blount for Congress. CONCORD (N. Nov. A'heavy vote is being polled, and the indica- tions are the Republicans will make a gain here over the vote of two years ago. JACKSONVILLE Nov heavy vote is being polled throughout the State, but it may fall short of pre- vious years, by reason that a large number of electors are disqualified for non-payment of poll tax. The Second Congressional District will be close. BALTIMORE, Nov. election, with the Australian ballot system, is proceeding without a ripple. Only one Congressional District continues in doubt, the Sixth, and it is thought McCommas will succeed himself, and bieak the otherwise solid Democratic column. DES MOUSES (Ia.) Nov. large vote is being pol'ed, more straight tickets being cast by all parties than ever before. LOUISVILLE Nov. 'f. fhe Democratic ticket is winning in every district. Belle county is going Demo- cratic for the first time in its history. OMAHH Nov. heavy vote is being polled all over the State. The prohibitory amendment is receiv- ing a black eye. NAMIVILI.K Nov. weather is clear and oold. Owing to tho enforcement of the Dorch and registration laws, it is expected tbat to-day the number of votes will be re- duced from that of 1888. CHARLESTON (S. Nov. prospects are that the vote will be small. The full white vote -will not bo polled, and the negroes take but little interest in either the State or Congressional elections. The indica- tions are that the regular Democratic ticket will be elected. Chairman Irley of the State Com mittee telegraphs from Columbia that the negroes are taking but little in- terest. At Georgetown they are voting for Tillman. Chairman Layles' of the Haskel Committee telegiaphs that gross irregularities have been practiced bj the Tillmanit3S, but all the news in- dicates that Judge Haskell is elected by a large majority." Scattering dispatches irom all ove the State say the negroes are keepinj away from the polls. The Democrai'c candidates for Con gress in all the districts, except, poa sibly, in the seventh, will hi elected Even the seventh is claimed by th Democrats, because the -white Demo- crats are voting solid'y for Elliot, and the negroes are divided between Miller and Brayton, the two Republican can- didates. ITHACA (N. Nov. day is favorable for a full vote. The new- system gives universal satisfaction. TROY (N. Nov. election is quiet, and about an average vote is being polled. HARTFORD Nov. weather is fine and a large vote 5s being polled. PROVIDENCE (R. Nov. weather is bright, but crisp, and tbe voting is quiet. Owing to a secret ballot it is impossible to predict the outcome. PITTSBUSO, Nov. present indications the vote will be the heaviest ever known. Both parties are exerting themselves to their ut- most to get out every voter. The Pat- tison vote in Pittsburg aud Allegbany is not as largo as expected, a great deal of aciatching being dooe. Tbe indications are that the Repob1ican State ticket will puU through with a reduced majority. of fraud are being made by both parties, and in the First Ward United Slates Mar- shals have been placed at tbe polls. The feeling is intensely bitter, par- ticularly between the two factions of the Republican party. The day is cloudy and raw. NEW ORLEANS.NOV. weather is clear and cool, and tbe election is progressing quietly. WABHINCTON, Nov. 4. President jrlamson and Secretaries aud Rusk, Postmaster-General Wann- amaker and Attorney General Miller, will vote to-day in their lespeetive States. A large number of other offi- cials and clerks have also gone home, consequently little work is being done. CANTON, Ohio, Nov. weather. is disagreeable with snow and rain, but tbe managers are endeavoring to get every vote in to the polls. Major McKifiloy was heartily cheered when he appeared at the polls to vote this morning. The indications at P. M. were that an unusually full vote was being polled throughout the district. Fully tbree-fourtbis of the total vote was cast by noon. There will be less scratching than reported, although tho Republicans claim that Warrick is losing votes to McKinley, while the Democrats claim that McKinley will run but little ahead of his ticket. Mc- Kinley says he is confident of re-elec- tion. RICHMOND, Va., Nov. 4. Clear pleasant weather generally throughout the State, and the election is progress- ing qnietly. The Democrats are poll- ing about their usual vote in Richmond and Manchester for George D. Wise, for Congress. He has no opposition. A notable feature is the absence of colored voters at tbe polls. Occasion- ally one appears with a Democratic ballot. BUFFALO, Nov. daybreak this morning there was an inch of snow on the ground which melted, leaving the streets slushy. The clouds cleared by noon, and the voting under the new law is progressing smoothly this morning except in rare instances. Tbe indications are tbat a large vote will be polled. NORFOLK Nov. indi- cations point to a HgmVfcoloied vote, and the contest will be close. The Democrats are confident, and the stra'ght-out Republicans' are uneasy. In one precinct in Norfolk county the negroes are voting almost solidly for Murdaugh, the Independent Repub- lican. DANVILMB Nov. 4. be Democratic nominee for Congress, ms no opposition except from Adams, he Prohibition candidate. Adams lias not received half dozen votss, ,nd the Republicans are not voting at all. KALEIGH (N. Nov. vol- ng is progressing quietly throughout the State. Some of the negroes here split from the Republican nominees and voted the Indepandent Colored ticket, and in some cases for the Dem- ocrats. AUGUSTA Nov. vote is light. In the Tenth District T. E. Watson, the Democratic nominee, has practically no opposition. The election is quiet in South Caro- lina so far as beard from, and the im- pression prevails that Tillman will be elected Governor. ROAKOKE Nov. vot- ing is light and almost entirely Demo- cratic. WILMINGTON Nov. full is going in, and telegrams indi- cate a heavy vote all over the State From Laurel comes the news that the polls are blocked by excited crowds o colored men from Maryland, and a re- quest was made to the Governor to cab1 out the militia. Congressional District, defeating Clu- nie. The Democrats claim the city by about majority. OAKLAND, Nov. large vote is being polled, with much scratching of county offices-, Waite' will get an im- mense vote for Secretary of State. The vote at Sacramento is light. SAN JOSE Nov. began promptly at A. M. and con- tinued study up to noon, when more than half of the voters had cant I heir- ballots. Nov. voting opened slowly this morning, but is progressing more rapidly now. Con- siderable scratching if being done. SEATTLE to noon a light vote has been cast. Re- ports from different parts of the State indicate that the election is proceeding quietly. SAN P.ERNARDINO Nov. The weather is fine and a Uvcge vote is being polled. The. estimate is made that the Republican Stale and county ticket will carry by about 500 major- ity and that Markham's majority in the county will not be lens than 900. Judge Beatty will run ahead of his ticket, as will also Gazoulte lor Asso- ciate Justice. Teamster Instantly Killed.- TUB UCKIN AGAIN They Threaten to Get Even on the McKinley Bill. More TrooMeti. By Cable and Associated Press.) LONDON, Nov. scheme has been submitted to the Dock Laborers' Union by the Director of the Dock Companies which provides for the es- tablishment of the piece-work system, to take the place of the agreement un- der which the men have been work- ing for years and which expired yes- terday. The men generally do not favor the scheme aud much discon- tent exists, although most of the iiien worked yesterday. Pending the decision on tbe Directors' proposition, it is feared that a strike might be in- augurated at any moment. Early this morning Tillett and Mann, the labor leaders, visited the various dockgates and exboited the men not to quit work. Their advice was followed in most cases and the men resumed work, though in numer- ous instances a sullen disposition has been shown by the laborers. Eight hundred men employed ou the Royal Victoria and Albert docks refused to acquiesce in the decision of the leaders and went out on a strike. Another Oood. Man ttone Wrong. By Associated Press.l "KANSAS CITY, Nov. Bmghain left this city Sunday night, and it has been ascertained since his departure that he left behind him forged deeds, tranfers and trust upon the estate of his late stepmother, Mrs. General George C. Bingham, aggre- gating Bingham ia the treas- urer of Consolidated Missouri Mining md Manufacturing Company. The jums which he fraudulently obtained were largely spent in expjrimenting with a process for extracting gold from Ine sand. No young man was better known in Kansas City, lie was a Uaptain in tbe Third Regiment, a lawyer of promise and mixed consid- erably in politics. His father was General George C. Bingham, State Treasurer under Governor Gamble, and Adjutant General under Governor Hardin. Important Land Decision Ren- dered by the Court. Pittabnrg Has Her Trouble. Pi-rrsnuno, Nov. political sen- sation has developed here. It is claimed thai a scheme has been cou- cocted to flood the city with bogus receipts for use of iilegal voters. Per- sons who figuie in tho alleged plot, are prominent in politics. Harry O'Toole, cleik iu the Collector's office, claimed 'that a large number of receipts wore showu hcie by members of the He- prblican County Committee which boi-e tho alleged signature of O'Toole. These he pionounced a forgery. O'Toole >.Dem.) claimed that of these receipts had been given' out. KIWMSHING GOODS. HATS BOOTS AND SHOES. 189O. FALL AND 1891 MY STOCK or For the Fall awl Winter now comiilfto, eonstRtliiK'of tlie Klnett anil ilium Mteamer By TOLEDO Nov. 5. The steel steamer 8. C. Reynolds, with coal and jute, went on Colchester Reef during a blinding snowstorm last night. The cargo caught fire, and tugs were sent to the rescue. She will probably be a total loss. She is worth and her cargo half-as .much more. No lives were lost. The "ICanndlnns to Adopt lU-tnllo- I fory MeatmwH, By Associated Pi ess. J OTTAWA, Nov. 4. The Dominion Government has decided to adopt a vigorous foreign trade policy row that the McKinley bill will divert Can- adian trade from the United States. Hon. George K. Foster, Minister of Finance, goes to the West Indies this week on a tr.ide mission. Bat Dadoes will be the flrut vibited, and then Trinidad and Deruerara. Coming northward he will disembark at Ja- maica, and then go to the Bahamas and The Weather. By Associated Press.l WASHINGTON, Nov. The storm was central yesterday north of Minne- sota and it moved eastward to Lake Ontario. Another storm is developing in Manitoba. The clearing condition extends from Ore.con, Southernward to the Gulf. Rain has fallen in the Lake region. The temperature has fallen in the Atlantic States, Gulf States and the extreme northwest. A Bjilted BtntfB Court Special to the GAZETTB.! TACOMA, Nov. The United States District Court has decided adversely the claim of the Catholic Bishop of Nesqually to 430 acres of land occupied as a reservation by the United States Government at Vancouver, Wash.. valued at on his appeal to the United States Court. Idnlto's Inaugurated. Special to the GAZETTE.] BOIHK CITY, Nov. 4. Governor Shoup yesterday took the oath of office ond issued a proclamation convening ihe Legislature December 8th. Instantly Killed. Special to the GAZETTE.] PORTLAND Nov. 4. Thit Men's anil Boy's AND FURNISHING GOODS. FINE BEAVER OVEKCOATS, Chinchilla and Kerseys. A largo assortment of Mon'B and Boys' Fine Wool and Merino Underwear. A Hue line of Men's and Boys' Wool and Cotton Socks Largest boit lino of GULP'S In tlio Stale. also a full lino of JOHN B. STETSON CO.'S HATS. A Largo Assortment of MonV and Boys' Suspenders. __ Ths finest Line of Men's French Buck Gloves In tho Slftto, hnd a full lino of Wool-Lined Gloves and Mills. flie Finest IJBI of Mwear -------ALWAYS ON BOOTS AND SHOES -------IN ENDLKSS AT PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION. Custom Made Pauls Always On Hand. ___ IN BOYS' CLOTHING, We have the finest assortment in all run- ning in price from upwards. Mutle Meanure on Shortcut XoUre. onniry Orders w'.ll Receive Prompt Attention. JOHN SUNDERLAND, TAKE ADVANTAGE ........OF OUE........ GREAT PREMIUM SALE. Of our New Stock of Dry GroocLs

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