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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 3, 1890, Reno, Nevada 'JOB WORK The Neatest, The Best, At the Gazette Office. ENVELOPES Printed Cheaper than the Cheapest. VOL. XXIX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1890. NO. 81. MISCELLANEOUS. MISCELLANEOUS. MISCE LLANEOUS. Why Royal Baking Powder is the Best. "The Royal Baking Powder is absolutely pure, for I have so found it in many tests made both for that company and the United States Government. I will go still furrher ami state that, because of the facilities that company have for obtaining perfectly pure cream of tartar, and for other reasons dependent upon the proper proportions of the same, and the method of its preparation, the Royal Baking Powder is undoubtedly the Purest and most baking powder offered to the public. -HLNHY A. IviOTT. PH. Superstition many an action and will govern tlilnoneof ours. It IB generally believed Krl-lay IB an unlucky day, and lor that reason we have nelected Friday and Saturday, July 4th 5th, AH the days upon which to hold our next slaughter In prices, anil will offer bar- gains covering a larger Hold than vvor bo- foro. To show yon that we menu business we offer yon on those two Ltnon Torchon Lace all yd 05 Worth from loc to Valenciennes I.oce, all hs. per yd 0> orth from loo to Hambnro Edging, per yd from 3c to ir> Worth twice tho monev. Crepe Lisso (fuelling, extra quality in Worlh from 2.ic to .-Ho. Ladles All Linen Handkerchiefs, hem- stitched................................. is Children's Lace Collars, your choice of large assortment 20 Turkoy Red Dice Table Covers, extra liinvv, each............................. 80 Turkoy Hcd Table Covers, ev- tra quality fringed 1 as Adamantine I'fns, twopanels for 0 Cloth-bound floo' the beet authors flo Paper-coven d Hooks, by boot authors Flint Glass Uoblets, per (10 Acme Lamp Chimneys, 3 for........ An extra largo line of crockery, gl tsnware fancy goods, etc., at equally low ratem Remember these prices arc lor these two days only and spot cash Is our secret for selling goods cheaper than our competitors. Just for Pun We will aim another blow at superstition, and It is generally known that thirteen Is an unlucky number, we make the follow- ing offers: will giro a present of a nice doll to every child In Us mh. year who will come to the store on t'Jtlior one of those days and register hla or her name in a book kept for the purpose. will make a present of a nice oil painting to any person whose bill tlgnres an eren IS dollars or multiple thereof. any parly of 13 widows who come In.a group on either Friday or Srtur- day we will make each and all a present out of our glassware assortment. any party of 13 orphans ac- companied by both their parents, we will present each one with a deed to a lot In Hy- land's Addition to lieno any party of old maids between SO and who will come on Friday, we will present each one with au entire onUH of kitchen lurnlture, and do what we can to help them find husbands. Yours for fun or money, ......T1IK The IFair. W. V. Jel6 C. NOVACOVICH. K. J. BKRKY. KERRY MOOVICH, ----Wholesale and Retail Dealers in----- Groceries, Provisions, FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, Fist: aid: Oysters In season. FRUITS Ob- AI.L KINDS, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Crockery. We carrv a fine assortment of FANCY CROChkUiS Commercial Row, Reno, Nevada. UNION SALOON Corner and Virginia RENO. NEVADA CHASK CHUUICH, Proprietors. WK A OF JKSSE -loore and A." A. Whiskies For Med- icinal Purpsvss these celebrated have no equal. Our bar is always supplied with choicest of Liquors, wiues nnd Cigars All the latest publications ou 61e Fine B UUrd and Card Room attached, ocatf Our Family Physician." AHANUSOMKLY BOUND BOOK OF 480 pages, giving of all diseases and recognired treatment according to four different will iridoutor'ttills in one year. Given with TBBWCXKLY OAXXTTB AroMocntAX And Two Men Lose Their Lives. A CRISIS Iff SPAIN. Kemmler Again Sentenced to Death. Oonceining Free Masonry in England. IMrkfd Up at Hen. Special to the SAN FBA.NCISCO, July 3. The schooner Ester Cabos arrived in port (his morning from Bowers Landing with a caruo of posts for R. M. Gifford. Tho Bohooner brought Robert Saina- ritta, mate, and Sam Oscar, seaman, who were rescuecl from a watery grave by picking them up off of the bottom of the schooner Napa City, which was wrecked last night seven miles to the northwest of Port Reyes. Captain Thurman and the cook ol the vessel were drowned. Kemmler AK: In Meotenced. By Associated Press.) BUFFALO (N. July the third time the sentence of death has been pnosed on Vi'illiain Keminler, tho unuulerer, whose case has become famous through a long fight in the Courtp against the electrical execution law. Keminler way brought fiom Auburn this morning. In the Court of Oyer and Terminer this afternoon Judge Childs ordered that his previous sentence be carried into effect at the Auburn 1'risou during the week of August 4th. Taking an Outing. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Jnly President left for Cape May this afternoon, after having been informed that the Legis- lative Appropriation bill would not be ready for his action until next week, the House having adjourned before it had been enrolled. He expects to re- turn on Tuesday. Blaine left this afternoon for Bar Harbor. Wool Malea. By Associated Press 1 NEW YORK, July attempt has been made to establish a department in the New York Cotton Exchange for selling future deliveries io wool. The meeting had small encouragement. There are but few wool men belonging to the Cotton Exchange, and it is ar- gued by them that it would be cheaper for them to open, an organization for thpir own trade. Kngtiah VreemaaouM. By Cjble and Associated j LONDON, July 2. Tbe various Free- mason Lodges in the province of Berks and Bucks were, on their own request, separated to-day by order of the Prince of Wales, the Grand Master. The Prince also installed the Duke of Clar- ence and Avondale, who has been ap- pointed Provincial Grand Master of Berks. The province of Bucks will at present remain }n charge of Rev. J. Studohue Cabinet By Cable and Associated Press.] MADRID, Jnly 3. There is a crisis in tbe Spanish Cabinet, and it is prob- able that a Conservative Ministry will be formed under tiie presidency of Canovas Del Castillo. who tried to save her, and then put a bullet through his own heart, at 10 o'clock last night. Chapman was a carpenter, 35 years of age, and had been boarding with Mrs. Joanna Eisner, a prepossessing young widow who conducted a board- ing-house at 810 and 812 North Eighth street. During the past week Chapman proposed to Mrs. Eisner, and was re- jected on account of his dissipated habits. The rejection caused him to go on a spree, during which he re- mained away from the house. Last night he called on Mrs. Eisner in an apparently sober condition. She invited him into the parlor, and his first question was: is my bill? I want to >ay it." The unfortunate woman named the sum, and Chapman reached in his pocket, but, instead of a purse, he pulled out a pistol and began firing at Mrs. Eisner. She screamed and ran out into the street, closely pursued by Chapman. He fired three times and missed. The fourth shot struck her iu the back as nhe was escaping through a confection- ery store. Mike Melgrhn, the propii- etor of the store, struck Chapman and !zot in front of the woman. Chapman fired again and shot Melgrim through the body. After gazing for a few seconds at the bodies of the two victims, Chapman put the muzzle of the weapon to his heart, pulled the trigger and fell dead. Mrs. Eisner and Melgrim are still alive, but their wounds are believed to be mortal. Prospective Deficit. By Associated Press.] PHILADELPHIA, July Washing- ton correspondent of the fublic Ledger estimates that tbe proposed and provable expenditures of the Gov- ernment uill not only wipe out the Treasury Departmen surplus for the year, but place on the debt side of the ledger. He figures it out this way: The net surplus, as esti- mated, will be against for the Department Pen- sion Act, and to be de- ducted on account of tariff revenues by the pending total of 000, against the present estimated sur- plus of Not Mood By A.ssocir.ted Press. MILWAUKEE, July Lutheran Synod closed its session to-day. The resolutions state in substance, that the Lutherans feel in conscience constrain- ed to not send their children to the public schools, because they are con- ducted upon a non-religious basis; they disapproved, however, any attempt to distribute the public school funds among the parochial schools. They approved the opposition made against the recently passed school laws of Wisconsin and Illinois, and declare they will oppose any similar legislation iu other States. They also state that they do not feel bound in conscience to obey such laws. Kerr'g Case Continued. By Associated Press.] SAN FRANCISCO, July the case of James W. Kerr, the foundry- man who shot and killed Edward Co- gan, a molders's apprentice, was called for examination In Judge Lawler's Court this afternoon, a motion for an- other continuance until to-morrow af- ternoon was granted, as the testimony taken at the inquest has not all been transcribed. The matter of admitting Kerr to bail was argued and taken un- der advisement. Vorrqalted By Associated Press.] ST. Louis, July Chapman, a crazy young man suffering from the heat and frotn the pangs of unrequited lore, shot bis sweetheart and man LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The wife and child of A. B. Shearer of the Western Union Telegraph Co. have arrived from Arizona. They will make Reno their home. Hon. Francis G. Newlands will give the Virginians a first-claws Fourth of .July talk to-morrow. Mr. Newlands left for the city on the hill this after- noon. IDAHO ADMITTED. The Bill Signed by the President. THE OFFICIAL VOTE OF OREGON, The President on the Settle- ment of Mexican Grants, Canada Experiences a Storm. Matters. By Associated Press.! WASHINGTON, July 3. A message from the President as to tho postal and cable communication between the United States and the Latin-American States as to the celebration of the fourth centennial of the discovery of was presented and referred. Allison moved that adjournment to- day be until Monday agreed to. Plumb offered a resolution, which was agreed to, calling on the Secretary of War for information as to whether articles being manufactured at any na- tional military home come in competi- tion with private enterprises; if so, the reason and authority therefor. Plumb also offered a resolution direct- ing the Secretary of the Interior to in- form the Senate whether he has knowledge of a guarantee, actual or proposed, by the Union Pacific Rail- road Company of the bonds or stocks of any other corporation, more espe- cially those of the Oregon Navigation Company and the Denver South Park Railroad whether the Union Pa- cific has paid out of its surplus earn- ings, or otherwise, the indebtedness or any part thereof of those or any other companies; and if so, whether such guarantee or payment, or both, are in accordance with the law and consist- ent with the obligations of the Union Pacific to the United States. Edmunds suggested to add the words "and that the Secretary of. the Interior communicate all information in hia possession or of his department on the subject." Plumb accepted the amendment. The President approved the joiut resolution extending the unexpended balance for letter carriers for extra compensation under the eight-hour law to June 30, 1891. After a brief session, and without transacting any business of impor- tance, the Senate Committee on Mili- tary Affairs ordeVed a favorable .report upon the nomination of Lieutenant Colonel Richard N. Balchelder to be Quartermaster-General of the United States Army. Another unavailing conference over the silver 'bill was held this morning. One of the members says the time was spent in a general discussion of the financial situation that no propo- sition was presented and pressed with any particular force, and an adjourn- ment was taken at noon until Satur- day morning. It is said previous to that time, prob- ably this afternoon or evening, the Keprblicau members of the confer- ence will hold a meeting with a view of agreeing upon some basis of action. One of the questions upon which the conferees are divided is said to be whether only the certificates to be is- sued in accordance with the bill shall be made a legal tender, or all certifi- cates outstanding previous to the ap- proval of the bill as well. Walker, one of the House conferees, is credited with having suggested that the bill requires customs duties paid in gold alone, but that was ruled out on the ground that its consideration would open a discussion upon a mat- ter not properly included within the scope of the bills before the conference. Bland, of the House conferees, is quoted, as saving that the only serious difference between the House and Sen- ate conferees relates to the bullion re- demption clause. filcctrle Storm. ByAssocIrted Press.] TORONTO, July 3 A severe storm prevailed in Eastern Ontario yesterday. In Campbellford and neighborhood hailstones the size of hens eggs fell, completely destroying all crops and glass in the vicinity. The wind level- ed the trees, unroofed many buildings, and the water washed out many cul- verts, delaying trains badly. In the vicinity of Picton and Springfield lightning set fire to many barns and killed much live stock. Official Vote. By Associated Press.] SALEM, July The official vote for Congressman in the recent election gives Hermann (Republican) Miller (Democrat) Bruce (Union) The vote on Governor will not be canvassed until the meeting of the Legislature next January. to Mrxtran By Associated Frees.] WASHINGTON, July Presi- dent has transmitted to ConnresH the correspondence between the Depart- ment of State and the Mexican Gov- ernment concerning the rights o certain Mexican citizens to have thei claims to land in Arizona and New Mexico, ceded to the United States bj treaty, adjusted aud confirmed; Th United States, says the President owes a duty to Mexir-o to confirm to her citizens those id grunts tha were saved by and the long delay which has attended the dis- charge of this duty has given just cause for complaint. The entire com munitv where these large claims exist and, indeed, all of our people, are in- terested in the early aud final settle- ment of them.' Ho greater incubus can rest upon of" people or the development of a new country than that resulting from nnsettlec land titles. The necessity for legisla- tion is so evident and urgent that I venture to express the hope that relie: will be given at the present session o: Congress. An International Agreement, By Associated Press.) WASHINGTON, July agreement has been enter-d into by Blaine uur Romero, the Mexican Minister, pro- viding for the reciprocal crossing of flit international boundary line by the troopsof the United States and Mexico when in close Durtuit of hostile In- dians. Under this agreement it is provided that no Indian scouts of fhe United States shall be allowed to ITOBS the boundary unless they go as guides and trailers, aud not exc-ceding in any case two scouts for each com pany or each separate command. The reciprocal crossing agreed upon flu only occur in unpopulated or desert parts of biiid boundary line. For the purpose of this agreement the impo ulated or desert parts are defined to be all points at least ten kilometers from any encampment or town of either country. No crossing of troops of either country shall take place from Capitan Leal, a town on the Mexican side of the Rio Bravo, fifty-two Eng- lish miles above Piedras Negras, to the Mount of Rio Grande. FUBMBHING GOODS, HATS BOOTS AND SHOES. The Mtrlliing 1 oakmniters. By Associated Press I NEW YOHK, July hundred striking cloukuiakers gathered on Broadway, between Leonard and White streets, this morning, when the hands in Meyer Junassen's aud the Mercantile Cloak Company's large shops were going to work. The strikern surrounded and threatened them, when some took to their and escaped, and others were seized and hustled tvway by force. Dozens of fights re- sulted, and Broadway for two blocks was the scene of confusion. There were many broken heads, aud (he working cloakmakers were generally A Vigorous Protrtit. By Associated Press) YORK, July circular let- ter has been sent out to all the Boards of Trade in the United States by the New York Produce Exchange. It is a protest against tbe new form of a bill of lading which all the railroads adopted on the 1st of July, and was sprung upon the bhippera without warning.__ Krpurf. By Associated Press.] CHICAGO, July Master in Chancery has reported to Judge Tooley adversely to tbe petition of Frank R. Baker for an injunction restraining the Union Stock-yards Company from ex- ecuting a mortgage, etc., to an English syndicate. Judge Tooley will take the matter up at once. Idaho a mate. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, President signed the Act for the admission of Idaho as a State at 10 o'clock this morning. Bar silver, 104. A Short Honry Crop.. Santa Paula, Ventura ical says: Tbe hot sornelweeks ago cooked the honey, plantn HO that the season ia about over. Mr. Rich- ardson, in the Slml, will bave only about one-third of "a crop. He la probably about the Hrgesl producer In the country. My Summer Stock Is Now Complete; of------- Latest and Best Styles BETTER THAN GOLD. BB8TOBBD HEB HEALTH. Vat yew I suffered from eryjipcler aA ether blood affections, taking daring tbat time qoutitiea of different wllk- oat giving roe any perceptible relief. Frlcndt inAwel veto toy 8. 8.8. It Improved me from Uwctatt, and after taking several re- Monday betllbMfar eonld hope for at VT which la now eereatr-fiTe yean. Has. A. X. LOOM, Bowling Green. Ky, Men's and Boys' Clothing, Underwear, Socks, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, AH Shadea and Patterns, Cufis. Windsor Ties and Dade Bows. STftiWUfffi? ASSORTMENT UATC IIHIU Men's, Boys and Children's A I If IIMr Htt I N All grades and colors vnuaren 8 Vf IIMff OH IU AH grades and colon. A full line of J. B. Stetson Co. FINE HATS In all grades. HATUto A Large Assortment of Men's and SDPERLAND'S S25OSHOE. BittoiMCounn MY STOCK OP BOOTS AND SHOES Is as complete as ever, consisting of Gent's Fine Hand-Sewed Boots and Shoes in all Grades, Ladies' Misses, and Children's Boots, Shoes and Slippers in all grades and colors. Goods sold at the Lowest Possible Price. Ladies' and Gent's Boots and Shoes made to order; Repairing neatly done. F. LEVY BROfHEK. Dry Used at All Times, Be it Ever So Little. But not at all times can dry goods be bought at prices like We Are Selling Them Now. Don't stop to ask those who have bought bargains of us, Come Yourself, Bring Your Cash, Because It Is Cash We Are After- And We Will Astonish You, We will make your dollar buy more goods at our store than of any other store on the Coast. We don't ofier one article at a low price and hang on to high prices on other goods. All Our Goods, Every Single Article WITHOUT RESERVE Must and Will Be Sacrificed AT SLAUGHTERING PRICES! People out of town can save a whole lot more besides traveling expenses by attending our great sale personally Those indebted to us please pay up at once, or we shall be obliged .to enforce collection. LEJVY Reno, Nevada. SPAPFRf ;