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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 2, 1890, Reno, Nevada PRKTIM, The HKNO GAKKTTK In awarded premium by the Nevada siate Fair. DO NOT GO AWAY From borne for your printing. Try the GAZETTE office and bave a clear conscience. VOL. XXX. BEJNO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1890. NO. 2. MISCELLANEOUS. x H. LETER, THE BON TON TAILOR, Hit just recuvicl a fine line- of Fall goods, both FRENCH AND DOMESTIC. Suititqsiailr to order cheaper than any other pi ice in city A perfect fit guaranteed or no hale. "V VIRGINIA STRKI'.T, NKAR COMMERCIAL ROW, KI-.NO, M-.VADA. ______________________ 20SCP KILLED BF A TRAIN Webb Opposed to the Knights of Labor. ARREST OP A FEMALE SPY Some Children Growing _ Too Fast become listless, fretful, without ener- thin and weak. But you can for- tify them and build them up, by the use of SCOUTS EMULSION OF PURE COD LIVER OIL AND HYPOPHOSPHITES Of I.ime unO Soda. They will take It readily, for It is al- most as palatable as milk. And It should be remembered that AS A PRE- VKNTIVE OK CUKE OK COUUI1S OB COLDS, IN BOTH THE OLD AND YOUNG, IT IS Avoid fubstltutiont offered. More Mormon Victims on Their Way West. ANNOUNCKMKNTS. :s cards inst-rted under this liend for payable in advance. For County Assessor. AC. ANNOUNCES HIM- self as a Ciindidnte for County Assessor, subjeit to the decision of the Republican Ciiutity Convention. Short Term Commissioner. WILLIAM PIKRSON OF WADS WORTH hereby announces himself for Short- term Commissioner subject to the decision ot the Republican County Convention. For County Becomer. T RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE MY- self a eandidate for County Recorder of Washoe county, subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention _________________WM U DAUGHKRTY. Foi County Clerk. THEREI1Y ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS A candidate for the office of Clerk of Washoe County, subject to the decision ot the Republican County Convention. 3.UIK______________pRLANUO HVANS. County Olerk. HW ItK'.KINS ANNOUNCES himself as a c.uidul.ite for County Clerk, subjeet to the decision of the Republi- can County Convention___________________ County Commissioner. WP. M'LAUCHT.IN HERPBY AN- nounees himself as a candidate for County Commissioner (long subject to the decision ol the Demociatic County Con- vention. County Commissioner. DAN O'CONNOR Iir.lUIHY ANNOUNCES himself for the office of County Commis- sioner (long snbjeet to the decision ol the Republican County Convention. For Commissioner. W. PARRY HEREBY ANNOUNCES JV, himself for the office of long term Commissioner, to the decision of the Republican County Convention. Short Term Commissioner. Arrest of a Gang: of Counter- feiters In Michigan. More Mormon Converts. By Associated Press.] NEW YORK, Oct. authorities at the barge office this morning used an immense amount of moral persua- sion on thirty-two young Mormons that arrived yesterday on the steamer Wyoming, to induce them to forego their intention of becoming prose- lites to the Mormon faith. The girls were separated from the other passen- gers as they landed and placed in a room by themselves. female missionaries from the Emigrant Girls' Home went among them and tried to convince them of the fo'.ly of the course they to follow. One of the girls, Karen Sylvesterson by name, who acted as spokeswomen for tho party, fiankly acknowledged that they were all wil- ling to be one of seven or eight wives, and vere fully aware of the principles of Mormonism. Tho girls are all young and some of them remarkably pretty. The at- tempts of the missionaries to influence them proved an utter failure, and the entire party will proceed on their journey to-morrow. Tlie party com- prises, all told, 202 souls, of which tihrty-two are children. Among tho lot is a married Englishwoman, who loft her husband in England to take up the Mormon faith. Iron and Steel Institute. Hy Associated Press.] NEW YOKK, Opt. 2. The second day's convention of tho Iron and Stetl Institute opened this morning with a homewhat larger attendance than yes- terday. During the forenoon Mayor Hewitt was called upon the platform, and was presented with the Bessemer gold medal by Sir James Kitson, on behalf of the Iron and Stewl Institute of Great Britain, in recognition of his services in behalf of metallurgical science. Hewitt replied modestly. At the afternoon session the services attending the unveiling of the Lyman Hollv statute in Square, was begun. Custom Administrative Act. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Oct. Sec- retary Btichellor has written to the Secretary of State in regard to the question of submitting to our General at London, by the Secretary of the Chamber of Commerce of that city, the additional statements re- quired under the custom administra- tive act. It appears that the form of such statement, prescribed by the Treasury Department, provides for the declaration by the manufacturer of merchandise consigned for sale by him or on his account to a person in the United States showing the actual of production, and the shipment to be itemized. LONDON, Oct. Chamber of Commerce desires that, in lieu of- the above declaration, our eustome author- ities accept the following declaration: That for trade reasons I decline to give my consignee the particulars asked for, but I am willing to give the same to the United States Consul- General for his personal satisfaction, it was reported to the Consul-General >y consignees that it was unfair to re- quire them to give consignees inform- ation as to the cost of production and elements entering into such cost, and hat it is destructive of the natural aws of commerce and trade for them to do it." TRAIN ROBBERY. An Attempt to Kill the Messenger. IDAHO 60ES REPUBLICAN BY Uerman Spy Arrested. By Cable and Associated PARIS, Oct. Bonnet, ;lic woman who was arrested at Can- ICH on suspicion of- being a German py, and in whose possession were onnd the plans and defences of that >lace, has confessed that she was in he employ of the German Govern- ment, at a monthly salary of 300 rancs, besides which she received her raveling expenses. WM. MKKRII.I, ANNOUNCES HIMSKLF ns a candidate for short Term Com- missioner, to the decision of the Re- publican County For Sheriff. W. Jt CAUGHUN ANNOUNCES HIM- self as a candidate for shenlt, subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention For County Olerk. W. A. FOGG IIKRFIIY ANNOUNCES himself ..s a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the decision of the Republi- can County CoiiMiition. County Commissioner. TAMKS SULLIVAN ANNOUNCES HIM- selt as a candidate for Long Term Count} Commissioner, subject to the decision of the Republican County For Constable. Sw rpsoisr HKRKnv ANNOUNCES himself as a candidate for Constable of Reno Township, subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. Onjeotn to the Knights of Labor, By A< sociated Press 1 NKW YORK, Oct. circular has been issued by Vice-President Webb of the New York Central in which it is stated that the company objects to its employes being Knights of Labor. The management is satisfied tha.t the membership in this organization is in- consistant with the faithful and effi- cient service of the road, and is likely at any time to prevent it from dis- charging its duties to the public. The facts in connection with the late strike on the road is sufficient proof, and the heads of the department are directed to call the attention of the employes to the circular. Counterfeiters Arrested. By Associated Press.] LANSING Oct counterfeiters who have been flooding thin vicinity with bogus silver dollars, date '79, were captured last night. They are Charles Hastings, Silas Ben Hulilt. The gang were surprised in the act of running base coin with nil dies and metals. MOST MADE. by tho Unl'od States Government. Endorsed by Jhe bends of the Grea IJrnlveriitloM, and public Analysis, an strongest, and most Healthful- Ol. Prlw'M Cream Baking does not contain Ammonia, Lime or Alum Dr. Prce't DollclouHFHvorlng Extracts, Vanilla, Lemon, Orange, Almond. Rose, etc., do not contain po'.sonous olio or cbcmlculs. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO., New-York, Chicago, and Snn Francisco Killed by a Train. By Associated Press.] MASKIGNONGE Oct. wife of Dr. Dostnler, Mrs. Peche, Mrs, leroux and two children, attempted to cross the Canadian Pacific track near Louisville, in a carriage last evening when the carriage was struck by a train. The three ladies were instantly killed, but the children escaped unharmed. An Intercontinental Hallway. By Associated Press.] WAHIIINQTOW, Oct. Pejmrt- inent of Stale this morning received a dispatch from the United States Lega- tion at Buenos Ayres, announcing that the President of the Argentine Re- public has issued a decree accepting the plan for an Intercolonial Railway Commission. In Meniorium. At a meeting of ttie committee ap- pointed by the W. C. T. U. to prepare a suitable testimonial, 'expressive of the sentiments of its members for Mrs. Mary Poor, whose loss we deeply roQurn, the following resolutions were adopted: Resolved, That by the death of Sister Poor we have lost an efficient and faithful member, an able coun- sellor and a near friend. That we esteem it a sacred privilege to bear witness to her many admirable qualities, feeling assured that she has Entered into that rest that romainetb for the people of God." That in commemoration of her life and loving work with us we record this testimonial in our minutes; also, send a copy to her family, wTeh whom we sincerely sympathize in their irre- parable joss, and to the Reno papers for publication. That we bow in humble submission to the wDl of Almighty God, praying that He will enable us to follow the good example of our sister, and never tire or falter in the good work which she loved so well. MIBS EVA QUAIFFB, MBS. ELI MORRILL, MBS. ELIZABETH FLINT, Committee on Resolutions. A Petty Lawyer Gets a Coat of Tar ancj Fea'.hers. Destructive Fire at Sydney, Australia. VardmnHter JPorter'a Condition. Frank B. Porter, who had his right leg amputated below the knee yester- day, was resting easy this afternoon and doing as well as could be expected under the circumstances. The report in circnjation that his left leg was badly injured is incorrect, as he suf- fered only a few bruises on that member. Hastings' Cornet Band will accom- pany the Reno people who take in the Ormsby County Fair to-morrow. There are undelivered messages at the Western Union office for H. C. Watson, Little Jim, D. W. Bailey, Joe Lemon, D. J. Morgan and Geo. Lewis. The Oreat Spring .Blood the Idfe. GENTLEMEN: I have been teonblttd with bad blood for some years, but recently pur- chased two of Hibbard'n Bbenmatio Syrnp, which has entirely cured me. Asa blood purifier it has no equal, and I also take pleasure In recommending It as a tonic, alterative, and reliable rheumatic remedy. Very truly yours, S. B. FERGUSON, Eaton Baplda, Mich. This Is to certify that we know Mr. Fer- guson, and believe the statement made by him to be true. We unhesitatingly recom- mend this remedy as we believe It to be tne greatest family medicine on oar shevea. WALWOBTH A SOULK, Eaton Rapids, Mick, Sold by all druggists. Prepared only Tjy the Charles Wright Medicine Company, Detroit, Mich. .________ Ask for Fryer's Abletlne Cough Balm. Take no other. It U the most pleasant and best cough remedy In the World. (It con- tains no opium.) Price 76 cents, Sold by Wm. Plnnlger, The original and genuine Abletine bear the fac-slmlle signature ofD. F. Train Bobbery, By Associated Press.] TKFFTN Oct. bold express robbery was committed on the Cincin- nati, Sandusky Cleveland train south of here this morning. The Adams express messenger was held up by masked men with revolvers and the safe ransacked. The loss is sup- posed to be several thousand dollars, the robbers escaped. Immediately after the train left Arbana two masked men with cocked revolvers entered the express car. They compelled Al. Scudder, 'the messenger, to throw up his hands, and they tied him securely. They then robbed the safe of packages containing several thousand dollars and other valuables. While at work a brake- man entered the car, and was shot at by one of the robbers. He gave the alarm and the train slowed up to give an opportunity to capture the robbers, but they jumped from the train just as it was entering West Liberty and disappeared in the darkness. TOLEDO Oct. 2. Messenger Scudder was bound in his chair, and one of the robbers tried to kill him before leaving the car. Placing a re- volver at his head, he pulled the trig- ger, but the cartridge failed to ex- plode, and the other robber prevented him from trying again. When the train pulled out of West Liberty the two scoundrels again got aboard, holding the entire crew at bay. Scudder, who had been released, opened fire on them with a pistol from his car door, but was compelled to retire. The robbers kept on board untiKBellefontaine was reached, when they again jumped off and disappeared. The officers at Bellefontaine are search- ing for them. The Superintendent of the' Adams Express Company Bays the robbers secured about A Shyster Tarred and Feathered. By Associated Press.] Oct. afternoon tendasked men went to the jail, captured the Jailer and Sher- iff by surprise and bound them. They then took James Herrington from the cell where he was confined, gagged him in spite of his desperate resist- ance and carried him away'in a wagon. At a lonely place four or five blocks off they stopped, stripped him and applied a coat of tar and feathers. He was then released and disappeared. Herrington has been known here- abouts for nearly three years. Part of the time he lived at POBO and part at Tulare. By profession he was a petti- fogging lawyer, and his principal bus- iness was the promotion of land con- tests, making settlers on public lands miserable and getting money out of the trouble he had caused them. The occasion of his being in jail was a complaint preferred against him of perjury by a settler whom he had en- gaged in a contest. He had been ar- rested at Poso the preceding day, and lodged only a few minutes be- fore the Vigilantes arrived. A Destructive Blaze. By Cable and Associated Press.] SYDNEY (N. S. Oct. fire broke out in this city last night and despite the efforts of the firemen and the assistance of the citizens, it spread rapidly, extending over a large area on Pitt, Castle, Reagh, Moore and Hunter streets. -Among the buildings destroyed were city bank, the Athenaeum Club, and the warehouses of Lart Sons, Feldheim Co., Ball Co., Gibbs, Shallard Co. and Lawler, Richardson Wrench. A number of'other business houses were badly injured. Damage, from to JCSOO.OOO. A Krpnbllcan Victory. By Associated Press J BOISE, Oct. returns from seven out of eighteen counties give Sweet for Congress, majority. The rest of the State ticket is Republican by about the same ma- jority. The Legislature will probably stand 33 Republicans and 19 Demo- crats.__________________ Advance in Silver. -By Cable and Associated Press.] AMSTERDAM, Oct. price of fine silver in open market has ad- vanced from 84 to 89 guilders per kile. Omission In the TarllT Mill. By Absoclatcd Press WASHINGTON, Oct. 2. It appears that an important omission has been made in theTarifl' bill as enrolled and signed. Section 30 of the Internal Revenue schedule, originally stricken out by the Senate, and subsequently restored by the conference, was com- pletely omitted in the enrollment. This section provided for the allow- ance of a drawback on smoking and manufactured tobacco and snuff held in unbroken packages in the. hands of manufacturers at the date when the reductions go into effect. As this date is January 1st next, there will still be ample opportunity for the next session to correct the error by supplemental legislation._____ _______ Special to the GAZETTE.! SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. Levy has just rendered rn interesting decis- ion in the case 'of R. H. Judson vs. William J. Sutherland. The question before the court was on an order of arrest in a oivil case now pending. The defendant is a prominent mining man of Nevada and almost a continu- ous resident of this city. The Judge, upon this showing, which appeared in the came affidavit upon which the plaintiff obtained the order of arrest, immediately dis- charged the defendant. A London dispatch says Boulanger will spend the winter in Malta. The first session of the Fifty-first Congress closed last evening. JttOKIV. Cherry Creek, White Pine County. Nevada, September to the wife of William Dodcl, a sou. Dayton Nevada, September, 20. ISoo, to the wife of J. H. Dreyfuss, a daughter. Reno, Nevada, October 2, 1890, Maurice May, a native of Pike Creek, On- tario, Canada, aged about 47 years. Grass Valley, September Myra K. Davis, aged 42 years, 5 months and 3 days, a native of Michigan. BETTER THAN GOLD. BBSTOBED HEB HEALTH. Vot 25 years I Buffered from bolls, and other blood affections, taking daring thai outgrfing me any perceptibte relief. Induced me to try S. H. S. It Improved me from the start, and after taking several bottles, re- stored my health as far as I could bope for at age, which la now years. 8. X. Bowling Green, Ky. A Golden-Bod Wedding. By Associated Press. J NEW YORK, Oct. first golden- rod wedding of the season took place in the Church of the Redeemer yes- terday. Miss Mary Isabel Roth-well, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John K. Rothwell, and James Upaon Sanders, son of United States Senator Sanders, were married. Bunches of golden-rod and greenery adorned the chancel and urchee, and golden-rod spanned the middle aisles. The bridal party entered the church while the organ pealed forth the Deciding march composed for the occasion and dedicated to the bride by Frederick Chesswright of the church. The bride was led to the altar by her ftilhor Sim woo aUiroa a gown of white faille, with the front draped with point lace. The skirt was made with a full court train and corsage cut in Y shape back and front, with high elbow sleeves of point lace, and veil affixed to the coiffur, with orange blossoms and diamond pins. Madge Rothwell, the bride's bister, was the maid of honor. The brides- maids were Anna Benson of Dubuque, Iowa; Belle Baker, Louise Blything, Katherine Donovon, Agnes Scofield and Maggie Ellis, all of .this city. The best man was Richard A. Harlow of Helena, Montana. Appointments Compared. By Associated WASHH.QTON, Oct. the ten months of the session that closed yes- terday President Harrison sent to the Senate nominations, of which all but twelve were confirmed. As many of these contained the names of more than one person, they repre- sented probably appointments. Several hundred of these wore Post- masters at offices which have become Presidential through the growth of business. They also include the ap- pointments in connection with the census, nearly nil of which were tern porary. In the first session of the Forty- ninth Congrpss, which lasted eight months, President Cleveland sent to the Senate nominations. The following are1 among the noini- nati .ms which failed of confirmation: Alonzo L. Richardson, Marshal for Idaho; James F. Burnet of Las Oruces, Indian Agent in New Mexico. FURNISHING GOODS, HATS BOOTS AND SHOES. My Summer Stock Is Now Complete. -------Consisting of------- The Latest and Best Styles OF- Men's and Boys' Clothing, Underwear, Socks, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, -AU OUMRW ana I'atlerns, Collars, Culls. Windsor Ties and Dade Bows. All grades and UATC A IjARGE ASSORTMENT OF OTDAUf flA I 0 Men's, and U I IIAff and A full line of J. B. Stetson Co. FINE HATS In all grades. A File Stock of SILK HATS, of the Best Grade. A Large Assortment of Men'? and Boys' Suspenders. SDNDERLAND'S S2 SO SHOE. Bnllon.Lace.Conw 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. All Goods sold at the Lowest Possible Prtctk. Ladies' and Gent's Boots and Shoes made to order; Repairing neatly done. F. LEVY BROTHER. TAKE ADVANTAGE ........OF OUR........ CREAT PREMIUM SALE. Of our New Stock of Dry Groods QloaJks Prices Lower than Ever. Campaign of 1890. UON. R. K. COLCORD, Republican candidate for Governor, and HON. JAMES A. STEPHENS, Accompanied by IION. JOHN F. EGAN, Candidate for State Treasurer, and HON. JOHN E. JONES, Candidate for Surveyor Wil' address the people of Nevada on the po- litical issues ol the campaign as follows: Hawthorne..............Thursday, Oct. 2 Aurora.........................Friday, Oct. 8 Candelaria.................Saturday, Oct. 4 Greenfield..................Monday, Oct. 0 Dayton.......................Tuesday, Oct. 7 Silver City............Wedndsday, Oct. 8 Sheridan..................Thursday, Oct. 9 Genoa..........................Friday, Oct. Virginia City............Saturday, Oct. 11 Reno..........................Monday, Oct. 13 Wadswortb................Tuesday, Oct. 14 Winnetnucca.........Wednesday, Oct. 15 Lovelock..................Thursday, Oct. 16 Battle Mountain...........Friday, Oct. 17 Austin......................Saturday, Oct. 17 Eureka.......................Tuesday, Oct. 21 Carlln...................Wednesday, Oct. 22 Elko......................Thursday, Oct. 23 Tuscarora.....................Friday, Oct. 24 Paradise.....................Monday, Oct. 27 Carson..................Wednesday, Oct. 29 Gold Htll.................Thursday, Oct. 30 County in the several counties will please make the necessary arrangements for the meetings. E. STROTHER. Chairman. V, C. Secretary. TRUCKEE Livery and Feed Skble REHO, KEVADA' T. K. HYMBR8.........Proprietor TURNOUTS AND FINEST JD Saddle Horses. Careful attention given tiancient stock. carefully looked alter. octitl C. NOVACOVICH. H. J. BERRY. BERRY sovAcovicn, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Groceries, Provisions, FINE TEAS AND Vegetables, Fish and Oysters In season. FRUITS OK AM. KINDS, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Crockery. Commercial Row, Reno, Nevada. Reno Livery POTHOFF, Prop'r OPPOBITB DEPOT. Livery and Feed Stable. First-class turnouts at reasonable MtocK Careftallr vlded for. MI A Roma, JR ROOMS FOR RENT, NKAR THE brlcic school house. Inquire of A. O. Potter, GAZETTE office, for particulars. 0 NFWSPAPFR! iKWSPAPFRf ;