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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 9, 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, WEDNESDAY, JULY IS90. MISCELLANEOUS. Lives Lost at a Ship Launching. CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDS. POWDER Absolutely Pure. A UTVHdJ of Highest, of all >n U. S. (juvrrHiiii'Ht 1889. The Wyoming Admission Bill Goes to the President. California tenoad To Mjirderer Be Sen- ulrenglu. Aug. IP, THIS SPACE One Week The Itishup's School for Girls, Hounded m 1876 by Bishop Whitaker. TIKIS SCHOOL OFKKRS SPKCIAI, AD- fur tlle stmly of Kiigtish and WEDNKSDAY. Appl> to Jy'nu s jur.IA MKGQUIER. Principal, Reno, Nevada. ConsreMwIouu! .tinttern. By Associated Press WASHINOION, July 9. Presiding Officer Ingalls annexed his signature to tbe bill for the admission of Vi'yo ming, and it goes (o tbe President for his signature. On motion of Wuir, the Senate pro- ceeded to executive business. The doors were reopened at 1 o'clock when tlie Sundry Civil Appropriation bill was reported by Allison, who wtated he would ask its consideration to-morrow. The consideration of the conference report on the Silver bill was resumed, ami Cockrell continued his argument the report. The Sundry Civil bill as reported to tbe Senate to-day by the Appropriation Committee carried an appropriation ol an increase of over the original bill reported; 172 less than the estimates, and more than the bill of last vear. The most iinpoitant feature of the work of the Senate Committee on this bill is the elimination of the ap propriation of for the irriga- tion survey. This provision was vig- orously attacked by a number of Western Senators, and they succeeded in defeating it in committee. The op- position was based largely upon the grounds that the effect would be to reserve from the public domain a vast amount of public land which should bo open to settlement. The appropri- ation for the topographic and geolog- ical surveys, however, wa8 increased from to It is piovided that half of this sum .shall be expended west of the 101st meridian, mid that so much of the act of October 2, 1888, as provided for the selection and location of reservoirs and canals upon public lands and reserva- tions of irrigable land, is repealed, provided the reservoirs and canal sites heretofore located or selected shall remain segregated and reserved from entry or settlement until otherwise provided by law. The Senate in executive session eon- firmed the nomination of General It. N. Bacheldor for Quartermaster-Gen- eral of the armv_ Hitt of III., from the Committee on Foreign Affairs, reported bauk the res- olution requesting the President to fur- nish the House the correspondence be- tween the Government of the United States and Great Britain, touching the subject in dispute in Bohring Sea since March 4, After some debate the was adopted. and repaired, and was expected at j i M TI I) A iPfinLWP Hongkong on June 12th. i {A Jj J The first elections of j I Peers under the new Japanese Consti- tution took place on June 23d, some 4ji members being returned. Twenty- two of these are farmers by occupation, fifteen are merchants and only one a noble. At Osaka, drowned on Japan, 59 people were June loth during the launching of a new sailing vessel. The occasion excited considerable interest, and about 250 people crowded on board the boat. The owner, Mr. Kino, how- 0.110 LMVIJUJ, 1T1I. XX1IIU, ilUW _. i .J Q ever, became apprehensive and ordered Thought to Have Been Caused Causes the Death Five People. of A DIAL OREGON TRAGEDY, 100 of them ashore. When the launch commenced it was ebb tide, and, as the ropes used in securing it were too abort, the vessel keeled over. The people on board immediately rushed to-the other side, which had the effect of turning the vessel completely over, arid those on board were precipitated into the water. A terrible scene en- sued. Those on the shore rendered every assistance possible, "but their efforts were generally unavailing- Fifty-five bodies have been recovered. Four persons are still missing, and about twenty are more or letta injured. The vessel was found to have had her bottom badly damaged. An Rantprn Cyclone. By Associated Tress.] WHITE HALL, N. Y., July cyclone did considerable damage at Pittsburgh last night; no details yet learned, as telegraph communication is entirely cut off. The report that the Bluff Point hotel on Lake Cham- plain is blown into the lake, is untrue. The hotel escaped and no guests were injured. ROUSKS POINT, N. Y.. July M. yesterday, this point was visited by the worst wind and hail storm ever known, demolishing houses, trees, and upsetting things generally. A few moments before the storm, which came without' warning, the steam yacht Nellie left for the Ver- mont shore, and when a mile out, the storm struck her and she went down. Captain George Clark, liis son and engineer Hill, were drowned. It is feared there were other casualties, as several fishing parties on the lake are .lot yet heard from. by a Divorce Suit, Monetary Affairs in. America. South Wyoming;