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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 8, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                ite Reno Gazette the Btatmm and Telegraph Report of any paper between San f rancisco and ______ Salt Lake. A Look lit UN ill superior excellence as a newspaper. VOL. XXX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, KBVADA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1800. NO. 34. Punished for Resisting the Police. A THARESQIVUKi PROCLAMATION. A Destructive Fire Pictou, N. Occurs S. Tbe Latest Bleotion Beturns From the Boat. latest By Associated Press.] HAKTFORD Nov. turns from every town have been re- ceived at the Secretary of State's office. Tbe unofficial footing gives Morris (Dem) a popular majority of 27. This is by the face of the returns and makes no account of the 126 Re- publican votes thrown out in Bridge- port or the 30 Prohibition votes thrown out in one ward in Waterbury. CON-CORD (N. Nov. man Churchill of the Republican State Central Committee states that the claims of the Democrats that they have a majority of the members of the legislature is untrue. The Republi- cans have a good working majority and will organize the House and Ben- ate, elect trie Governor and a United State Senator to succeed Blair. WILMINGTON Nov. official returns show the election of Robert J. Reynolds (Dem.) for Gov- ernor by 513 majority, and of John W. Causly (Dem.) by 608. The Pro- hibition vote in the State is 150. DETROIT, Nov. an extra edi- tion of the Journal, and independent paper, it prints the following: "It is alleged that the Democratic landslide in Michigan is likely to prove no land- elide at all. In fact, it is now claimed that the entire Republican State ticket with the exception of Turner for Gov- ernor and Huston for Attorney-Gen- eral, will probably be found to have the most votes on the official count." The statement waa made on the au- thority of Deputy Secretary of State Egan, who declines to state the grounds of bis claim, bat says they will be verified. flurball Troubles. Special to the SACBAMRNTO, Nov. En- right, Manager of the Sacramento Buaball Club, was seen to-day in ref- erence to the fine placed upon the Sacramento managers at the league meeting in San Francisco last night. He said he deemed it strange that a man should be fined who was not present and did not have a bearing. It had been agreed at the begining of the season that all the meetings of the directors should be held on Saturday nights. Mr. Enrigbt said Borchers was a California player prior to Au gust 15th, and that no baseball law had been violated by hii playing with the Sacratnentoa, and intimated that he would see the directors later in ref- erence to that 1500 fine. Breckinridge Probably Not a Candidate. AN OAMLAM WOMAN JAILED A Wood Work. By Cable and Associated Press.] LONDON, Nov. Booth of the Salvation Army has lost no time in beginning to put in operation his great enterprise of redeeming the un- fortunate masses in England. He has purchased for the old brewery at Shoreditch, and will fit it up as a house of. refuge and school of indus- try. Other centers of work will be es- tablished au speedily as possible in various parts of London, and when the metropolis is sufficiently provided for, work will bo extended in circles radiating from the original center. The General's promptness in enter- ing upon the undertaking has pro- duced a good impression. Funds have poured in upon him without any pledge upon his part as to when they should be used, but it is regarded as a and honorable policy on his part to establish an experimental station, where the results can be observed, both oy those who have already con- tributed and by those who are in- clined to do so. The step shows the General's confidence in his scheme, for any failure of the sample institute would have the effect of at once stop- ping the flow of contributions. A Nova Mcotia Blase. By Associated Press.1 Picrou (N. Nov. largest fire for twenty years is in progress. It started early this morning in the police station on the east side of Market wharf, and spread south to the harbor and north to Water street. A Norwegian sailor, w ho was an in- mate of the police station, perished. A strong wind carried the flames to Arnison'a warehouse, spreading thence to Carson's lumber yard, where it destroyed all the lumber, the ware- bouse and sawmill. Pringle A Son's shop, D. Suther- land Co.'s office, and William Car- son's dwelling are riow burning, and a clean sweep south of Market wharf is threatened. The fire is spreading up Carroll Lane. R-rordi Mtlll Cabrouem. Special to the GAZBTTB.[ SAN FBANCISCO, Nov. the Bay District track to-day Palo Alto failed to break bis record of making a mile in Stamboul also failed in his effort to lower his record of making a mile in 2 -.13'. His tbree-q-jarters of a milo, however, was made in being three-quarters of a second faster than time at for that distance. By Associated Press.] NEW YOBK, Nov. Paul Darzac, Consul-General of France, in the Tombs' Police Court this morning had an interview with Justice Powers in the Judge's private room. The Viscount is afraid he may be murdered by an insane Frenchman named John Gregoire. Tbe latter was subse- quently arrested. New Jersey Auarchlnts. By Associated Press.I NEWARK, Nov. the Anarchists who resisted the police last night, Mrs. Parsons, Engelbert Hammer, Simon Gordon and August Melzer were to-day remanded to appear before the Grand Jury on Monday. The others were fined and sent to jail 'or ten days. Kraldeoee Burned. Special to the CAZITTE.] Los ANGELES, Nov. 8. The fine residence of Frank Burkett, ten miles north of here, was burned during the absence of the family, and is a total ess. The fire is supposed to have Deen incendiary. The building cost Thanksgiving Proclamation. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Nov. Presi- dent has issued a proclamation desig- nating Thursday, November 27th, as a day of thanksgiving. on THE ANT PEST. ttreen a Dead Hiiot Them. A correspondent of the Maine Farmer writes: 1 took about half a saucer of molasses, and to this I added about a teaspoonful of Paris Green; and hating stirred well, placed one in the cellar-way and the other down- cellar; and any time for a week or two, I don't remember just how long, if yovt went to these saucers, you would see the shelves nearly black with them coming and going. We left them there until there were no signs of any ants around them. We never found one dead ant, and it has been four years next months since I fed them on molasses and Paris green; yet, strange as it may seem, we never have seen one in the house since. I will say further that our house is an old one, and had been overrun with them for years. Care should be taken to keep all eatables out of the way. They disappeared front all parts of the 'house before they did around the saucerc. This has been my experience with ants, and if they ever return, they will be fed the same as before. Large Purchase of California Raisins in New York. A California Crank. It is said that William Palmer, known aa "Rattlesnake" or "Buck- skin is rigging up a suit for himself that will take the prize at the World's Fair. The pants are to be made of rattlesnake hide, trimmed with a bit of every animan and bug known to itauth California. The whole suit when finished and on "Buckskin" Bill will be a whole show within itself and will give the student a chance to Htudy bug. snake and ani- maology of Southern Calilornia by an- alyzing "Buckskin Bill's suit." Took to the Water. Ou Saturday last, as the schooner Barbara passed along the shore near Ventura, Cal., where vaqueros were holding a one of the in- furiated beasts plunged headlong into the surf, swimming nearly out to the schooner, when she sent a yawl in pursuit One of the crew succeeded in lassoing the animal and towed him ashjre. _______ _______ Tbe Xew Orleans AmMalna. The St. Louis police are in posses- sion of information to the effect that three of the Italians implicated in the assassination of Hennessey have fled from their hiding place in New Orleans. It is reported that they left for St. Louis and are hiding in that city. BREVITIES. Don't forget Hyman watch-club drawings this evening. The Commissioners were in session to-day aa a Board of Election Can- vassers. Captain Merrill, the founder of the city of Belfast, Lassen county, Cal., w.as in town last evening on his way to San Francisco. Jntmoral Institution. United States Attorney Varian, at Salt Lake, yesterday filed suits for the forfeiture of the Temple block under tho escheat law, claiming that it ill used for immoral aod'illegal purposes. Discharge of a Lady FostaKAMrk in Washington, D. O. Too Sensitive. By Associated Press.) WASHINGTON, Nov. General Wanamaker has directed that Postmaster Sherwood of the Wash- ington Postofnce suspend Mrs. M. S. Watkins, clerk at the general delivery window, for using offensive language towards Richard of Senator Quay of Pennsylvania. The circulated account of the affair has it that young Quay asked for his father's mail at the delivery window, and some one standing near remarked: He's dead. It goes to the Dead- letter Office now." Mrs. Watkins, who was on duty at the time, thoughtlessly repeated the remark. Quay, it is said, seemed to regard the matter as a joke at the time, and walked away smiling. Postmaster General Wanamaker says Quay told him the clerk at the delivery window said his father was dead and his mail went to the Dead- letter Office, and he immediately or- dered a suspension of the clerk until an investigation could be made. Superintendent Bell of the city de- ivery admits that he made the remark which Mrs. Watkins repeated. Katatna and Uopx. By Associated NEW YORK, Nov. for California raisins for prompt delivery were more numerous yesterday than at any previous time this week. The deliveries on early contracts are dis- appointingly slow, and out of current arrivals there is very little stock un- sold. This is particularly the cafie. with London layers and flrst-clasa oose Muscatels. A good many raislm are in transit due to reach here next week or in .ten days, but no more than are needed to meet deliveries on back orders. The hop market i s extraordinarily inactive, the brewers standing out against the present prices. Exporters have uo pressing orders. The Ger- man market is somewhat firmer. It is reported three New York dealers are liberal purchasers there. on the UpsaUershlp. By Associated Press.] LEXINGTON Nov. the course of an interview yesterday re- garding the Speakersbip of the next House, Congressman Breckenridge said: ''The elections next Fall in New York, Ohio, Iowa and other states will demonstrate whether this revolution is permanent or whether there is danger of a reaction, and until these elections over the Demo- cratic party will not have 'nforma- tion as to what may be most wise for the House to do." He is therefore, be says, not now a candidate for Speaker, and does not think he will be until after the next elections. Killed by Crank. By Associated Press.] JEFFERSON, Nov. J. Schwab has been persistently seeking the office of Constable for twenty years, and at last succeeded. He was elected on Tuesday by an overwhelm- ing majority. He came to towa yes- terday morning, rejoicing over the result, and was shot down in cold blood by Joe Howell, a desperate fel- low, who has twice been adjudged in- sane and sent to the asylum, but re- leased both times. Schwab died im- mediately. His murderer ,nwas un- doubtedly insane, as there" was no provocation for the act. T0 Be Investigated. By Associated Press.] NKW YORK; Nov. O'Brien has requested Secretary Noble to make an examination of the Wild West In- dians on their arrival at Philadelphia. The General will go to Philadelphia accompanied by Sioux interpreters; and take evidence as to the treatment received by the Indiana while con- nected with the show. Preferred to to Special to OAzm-mu] SAN FBANCIBCO, Nor. even- ing paper says that Mrs. Van Haltren, stepmother of the famous pitcher, has been sentenced in Oakland to pay a floe of or serve a hundred days imprisonment, for leasing property for a Chinese lottery agency. She de- clined to pay a 8ne and went to jail. en the Elec- tion. By Associated Press.] BOSTON, Nov. 7. Henry Cabo Lodge hi an interview, says: "We have been badly and squarely de- feated. Local questions, no doubt affected the election of Governor, bu of the Congressmen, not only here bu else where, there baa been a genera movement against the Republicans I attribute it wholly to one cause, the passage of the tariff bill jost on the eve of a general election and the skill- fully managed scare about high prices. This scare amounted to u panic be- cause the vote by which it was ex- pressed was so secret tint, neither side discovered it in their canvasses. Time alone can show the real effect of the McKinley bill. The Republican de feat does not alter my views about it one whit. The bill is on trial. UiiBk'lt willlbe of great value to the general prosperity of the country. If this opinion is well founded, the Re- publicans will profit by the result, and all the more from the reaction which defeat on false grounds always pro- daces. If the Democrats are right, ;hen we have received a reward for our misdoing somewhat earlier, that is all. As to the election bill, if that sad been the issue, the result in Massachusetts would have been very different, for the people in this State will always sustain measures for hon- est elections. That the principle of ite election law will triumph I have no question, but I did not report, or support it with any idea whether votes were to be made of it this year or next supported it, and shall continue t.> do so, because the principle of the bill s eternally right in any popular Gov- ernment, and will surely prevail." With His Wrnndfather. By Associated Press. 1 SPRINGFIELD Nov. C. Lincoln, Minister to England, ar- rived this morning with the body of lis eon, who died abroad. He was met at the station by the members of. he Lincoln Monument Association, who escorted Lincoln and the remains f bis son to Oak Ridge, where the )ody was deposited in the monument erected to the memory'of the boy's ilustrious grandfather. The inter- ment was without ceremony. Body Identified. ly Associated Press.] PORTLAND, Nov. morning the body of the young man who committed1, suicide yesterday in he Napa lodging house was identified iy means of Borne papers found upon as that of Harry Moses. It was ,lso ascertained that his parents live n Chicago, and he bad for some time ast, been in the employ of the Northern Pacific Railroad at Tacoma. motive is yet known for the -auee.__________________ A Sadden Weath. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Nov. Fred- irico Volio, Charge d Affaires of the )osta Rican Legation and acting Min- ster for some months past, died sud- lenly this morning of pneumonia, after an illness of five days. Don Anselmo Volio, a cousin of the de- ceased, now attached to the Legation, will temporarily become the acting Minister. l.owell Maye. By Associated Press.] NEW YORK, Nov. PotVs Bos- ton special says: "James Russell Lowell says in private conversation: "When parties become factions it is best for all good men to leave them. I make this distinction: Parties rep- resent principles, and factions are the instruments of men. At present the Republican party is a faction." Bank statement. By Associated Press.] NBW YOBK, Nov. weekly bank statement shows a reserve de- crease of The banks bold less than the legal require- ments. IStrMner Arrivals. By Cable and Associated Press.] NEW YORK, Nov. following steamers arrived here to-day: The Augusta Victoria, from Hamburg; the Saale, from Bremen the St. Panc-ras, from Liverpool. HAMHURO, Nov. steamer Servia arrived from New Yoik this morning. B.ir silver. KURMSHING GOODS, HATS BOOTS AND SHOES. DIED. Elko Patrick Clark, J native ol Ney., November 2, 1890, Ireland, aged With your namfe and address, mailed to' the "Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Git, is necessary to obtain an interesting treat- ise on the blood and the diseases incident ,oit. S S S Skin Eruption Cured. Ona of my customers, a highly respected and Dfluentlal citizen, but who Is now absent from he city, bu used Swift's Specific with excellent molt. Bo says It cured him of a skin eruption hat be had been tormented with for thirty years, and had resisted the curative qualities of many other medicines. KOBBBT CLEOO, Druggist, Falls City, Neb. SCOTT'S FlHULSION Of Pure Cod Liver Oil with Hypophosphites Of Lime and Soda. There are and emulsions, and there, it still much tkimmtd which at errant. Try at Emulsion of PURE JfOKWHOIAN COD LITER combined with Bynopltos- phitft it almost at palatable, its milk. For tMt reaton at well at for the fact of the qualities of the photphites, rhyticfant jire- Um it in cotes of CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA, BRONCHITIS and canonic coven or SEVERE coco. AU Jtruggitts tell it, but be sure you get the genuine, at there are poor itnitalloia. FOR SALE! .'hree of the .Finest Farms in Inyo County. Near the Town of Bishop. J1ACH CONTAINS 160 ACRES, ALL IN II the highest state of cultivation. One is ,1 in alfalfa. Also Goo bead of cattle. Reason ir selling, old age and infirmities. For particulars inquire of J. N. Evans, ,eno, Nev or address liiflio to County.Cal.__________________jei4tl NOTICE TO RANCHERS ON AND AFTER THB FIRST day of November next I will sell ap- ple trees at the following low rates _____ in large lots for cash with order: Apple trees a to 4 feet high, cts each by he loo or 1000; apple trees 4 to 7 feet high ts each by the 100 or 1000; apple trees 7 to i'2 eet high 50 cts each by the loo or 1000 bearing ize and age, but cash must accompany the rdcr and the cost of ceuu per ale, if no discount to any one. STEPHEN CONNER. Reno and Ml. Hope Nurseries. Reno, Nevadn. WM. WEBSTEK, JK. REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTION agent. Will buy nnd sell property on ommission, rent houses, collect rents, nego< late loans, furnish abstracts and pay taxes. PFICEWITII WM. FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, Keno, Nevada. WILLIAM BROTHER, iEEP, MUTTON, PORK, VEAL, ETC, Are prepared to furnish the best meats at the lowest living rates. iomnterelal How Mlerra H Perfect A Pure Cream of Tartar Superior to 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. FALL AND WINTER. 1891. STOCK OK- For the Fall and Winter In now complete, consisting of and Me. ilium Grades ol Men's and Boy's Clothing, AND FURNISHING GOODS. PINE BEAVER OVERCOATS, Chinchilla and A large assortment of Men's and Boya1 Fine Wool and Merino Underwear. A fine line of Men's and Boya' "Wool and Cotton Socks' Largest and beat line of C-AJPS In the State, also a fall line of JOHN B. STETSON It CO.'8 HATS. A jLarge Assortment of Men'p and Boys' Suspenders. The F inest Line of Men's French Kid and Buck Gloves In Iho Slate, a full line of Wool-Lined Gloves and MUts. Tbe Finest Line of Mvear M MHiols -------ALWAYS ON HAND.------- BOOTS AND SHOES AT ------IN ENDLESS PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION. Custom Made Pauls Always On Hand. IN BOYS' OLOTHING, We have the linest assortment in all grades, run- ning in price from upwards. MultH Jlurte to oh Shortest Notice. Country Orders will Revive Prompt Attention. JOHN SUNDERLAND, TAKE ADVANTAGE ........OF OUB........ fj R E A T P.R EMIUM SALE. Of our New Stock of Dry GroocLs Prices Lower than Ever. PACIFIC BREWERY, Reno Soda Works and Granite Saloon. J. GK KERTH, ;SucceB8or to Becker. Beer by the Glass, Quart, Bottle or Keg at shortest notico. Laiter Beer of the best quality always on Orders from the country receive prompt attention. Commercial Kovr. Keno. Nevada. C. NOVACOVICH. H. I. BURR BERRY SOVACOV.CH, -----Wholesale and Retail Dealers in----- Groceries, Provisions, FINE TEAS AND OOFFEE8, Fish; aafl: Oysters In season. FRUITS Of ALL KINDS. Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Crotkery. We carry a fine assortment of FANCY GROCERIES. Commercial Row, Keno, Nevada. Reno Livery JOHN POTHOFF, Prop'r OPPOS1TR DEPOT. Livery and Feed Stable. First-class turnouts at reasonable prices. Trcnaleat Tided for. SCI Boon, OR ROOMS FOR RENT, NEAR THE b.ricjc school house. Inquire of A, O. ter, GAZETTE office, for particulars. Fireworks, Flags, Firecrackers, Etc. 11. FISHER CO., dealers InlPlreworks, etc. We make a uppclalty of Exhibition Goods. Committees rMpeotfullyanked to correspond wlto us, M we give you more and better than any other company on the coast. Send for Price List. H. FISHER CO. Largest Dealers on Pacific Coast. Administration Notice. TUE UNI IEBBIGNED ADMINISTRATOR of the EsUto ofH. M. Gelger. deceased, hereby notifies til pertoni having claims the Eatate of said deceased, to exhibit them, with necessary ronchen, written ninety days after the first publica- tion of thil notice, to him, said administra- tor, at hit store, his place of business, IB Wads worth, waaboe County, State of Nevada otherwise the same will be loiever barred. This administration being ordered to be summary by the Judge of the District Court of said state, for saidConnty.and tbla notice being rlren In kccordanoe with the order of the said Judge._ Oct7-4w E. OBIS WOLD, Administrator. Pkyalclmm. A HANDSOMELY BOUND BOOK OF (48 pages, giving symptoms of all diseases and recognised treatment according to lour different schools: will save in doctofabUli in one year. Given away with THBW GAZBTTB AMU STOCXMAN one year OP ALI, KINDS FOR 8ALB AT enable at the GAum fSPAPERI   

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