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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 10, 1890, Reno, Nevada V THE BEST RKNO QAZKTTK Is awarded tlio premium by the Nevada state Fair. DO NOT 60 AWAY From bomo for your printing. Try the GAZETTE office and have a clear conscience. VOL. XXX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1890. NO. 9. MTSCELLANKOUS. "With your name and address, mailed to the Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga., Is necessary to obtain an interesting treat- be on the blood and the diseases incident to it. ss s Skin Eruption Cured. One of my customers, a highly respected influential citizen, but who U now absent front the city, huosed Specific with excellent remit, fie says It cured him of a tiki a eruption that he had been tormented with for thirty yean, and had resisted the qualities of many other Bruggtet, Falls City, Neb. scon's EMULSION Probable Extra Ses- sion of Legislature. A PAIR OF IDAHO TOW Stopped by loon a Fighting Sa- Keeper. Murderer Escapes Sheriff. from DOES CURE CONSUMPTION In Its First Stages. Be aura get the genuine. H. LETER, THE BON TON TAILOR, Has just received n fine line of Hall goods, both FRENCH AND DOMESTIC. Suits to order cheaper thnn any other place in t.iC city. A perfect fit guaranteed or no wile. VIRGINIA 8TRKHT, XKAR COMMERCIAL ROW, RK.VO, NEVADA. losep -FOR- M. I. S. T., AllTISTS MATERIALS Fresh Garden Seeds, Diamond Spectacles, -GO Tf hi. J. HODftKINSON'S DRUG STORE, VIRGINIA STRKKT. RENO United States Land Office. SACRAMKNTO CITY, 1 September NOTICK IB HKRKBY CIVKK THAT IN compliance with the provisions of the act o( Congress ol tuno 3, entitled an act for the sale of timber lands in the Stnte ol Cali- fornia, Oregon, Nevada and Washington Territory, Allen C. UragK, of, county of State of Nevada, has this day 61ed in this office his sworn statemeut No. iibq foi the purchase of tlie of of Sec- tion No, 8, In Towns' ip No. 19 north, Range No. 17 east, M. U. M., and will offer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish his clnim to said land beiore the Register and ol this office, at Sacramento, Cal., on Mondny, tlie clay of December, 1890. He names as witnesses: Charles A. Brngft, R. Vultun, James Mayberry and Thos. K. Stewart, nil orReno, Nevada. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above described lands are requested to file their claims in this office on or before the 29th day of December, 1890. ___________SKLDBN UKTZKI.. Register. County Commissioner. WP. M'LAUGHUN HERKBY AN- uouuces himself ns a candidate fur County Commissioner (long subject to the decision of the Democratic County Con- vention. Brought to a Halt. By Associated Press.] DENVER Oct. received here from Mullen, Idaho, an- nounces the killing of Ed. Stacy by K. A. Davidson. Stacy and his part- ner, Bassctt, figured in nearly all the trouble that oi-curred at that noted place, Pottsviile. Stacy and Bassett, who have bee-i terrors to Idaho, rone-hided that they would create a little excitement by robbing every saloon from Pottaville to Sturgis in Montana. Disguising themselves uith masks and putting on old clothes they started on their ex'- pedition. The first place they 'came to they only found ninety cents. They then killed the proprietor because he did not have more money. The next saloon they found nine men sitting at a poker game, and, stepping into the room with a revolver iu each hand, they commanded all to throw up their hands, which was instantly done, Stacy held his revolver on the men while his partner, Bassett, searched them, getting about should ba removed, BO that he could put on his oveicoat. Thia was done, and while he was putting on the over- coat Willett called the Sheriff's at- tention to eome pictures on the wall. While the Sheriff was looking at them Willett made a dash through the crowd and escaped in the darkness. in Los Angeles county is worth Crossing the road to another saloon I J 1 DEMOCRAT TALKS. The Tax Question Before the Peo- ore Light Wauted on the Mnbject. EDITOR Mr. W. P. Mc- Laughlin seems to think it necessary to give the public in last evening's GAZETTE a card of explanation of the rnesting of the Board of Equalization of hist Monday evening. Most people think that such meeting requires ex- planation, and with much better rea- sons than assigned by Mr. McLuugh- lin in his card. It is a matter of pub- ic record, or ought to be, that the Board in full session passed upon the question of the equalization of the C. P. Railroad property on last Saturday evening. The Board then by a vote of two to one determined that the assessment of the company's property should stand as made by the Assessor, and even refused to reconsider he question when asked to do so by lie at orneys of the company. It was lien certainly understood that the quention was" finally settled. But it leeiiis that bstweon Saturday even- and Monday evening a political iccessity did arise, and action was taken in the absence of Mr. Merrill and the taxpayer, whose duty it from Mr. Mc- .aughlin's standpoint, to attend upon ho _ Board. Mr. McLaughlin fails to liatinguish between a privilege and a luty, and to the ordinary mind it Iocs not appear that the pres- nce or" absence of Mr. Merrill onld have made any difference in the usults. His presence and vote could aot outnumber the other two Commis- ioners, one of whom, at least, seems o think that "good sewerage, fine lectric justifies a reduction if just valuation of property for taxa- ile purposes. The conclusion to be each in this matter is, most n fact, all to see less Talks About the Mc- Kinley Tariff Law. PUGILISTS HELD FOR TRIAL. they broko-ttho door down and were going to do up the saloon-keeper, who was sleeping there. Young Davidson wao sleeping in the saloon. As soon as the desperadoes stepped inside the saloon they began firing at Duvidson, who was sitting on the bed. Davidson returned the brought down Stacy. A posse stwted in search of Bassette. If captuered he will be ynched. Ohio Democracy. By Associated Press. CoLCMiirs Oct. Campbell is pretty well worn out with ,he annoyance and trouble incident to ho scandal in connection with the Board of Public Improvements of Cin- cinnati. Numerous delegations have claimed his attention night and day luring the past two weeks. To-night he Governor intimated that unless something of a remarkable character loveloped to change the course out- ined he should isniie his proclamn- ion convening the General Assembly n extraordinary session. He will not pecify his reasons for so doing, but vill make known his wishes in u ipecial message to be delivered after he law-makers assemble on Monday, October 13. The chief point of the message will relate to affairs at Cin- innati, embracing the recommenda- ion that an entirely new Board to ontrol affaire be elected by the peo- >lo. Whether the probe will be Hishecl further into political accesses ,t other points largely depends upon he disposition of the Legislature. A Escape. ly Associated COI.TON, Oct. Bailey of Lea county, Texas, arrested Nathan Villett in Los Angeles.county, Cal., on a charge of committing murder in Texas seventeen years go. Bailey brought his prisoner here x> escape habeas corpus proceedings. Last night while- waiting for the train he prisoner complained of being cold, ind requested that the handcuffs CREAM BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. Heweruge and more consistent tight in service. the conduct of the public DEMOCIIAT. GOVERNOR STEVENSON'S WILL. Tlie Document Jfllcd for Probate in Carson. The will of the late Governor Stev- enson was filed for probate at Carson day before yesterday. He bequeathed us follows: To his sons, Jesse L. Stevenson and Edward G. Stevenson, each to his grandsons, Charles Stevenson, Harry E, Stevenson and Lewis C. Stevenson, each, and his wife, Ellen M. Stevenson, gets the refeidue. She is appointed executrix, without bonds. The document is dated October Mrs. Stevenson liles the following inventory of his belongings: Ranch near Reno, Rock 'Point mill, 131 acres of land in San Diego county, Cal., and house and lot in Murietta, Cal., Douglas mill, Gold Hill, mortgage on real estate in Michigan, bouse lot in Gold Hill, live stock, homestead in Carson, life insurance, He had in addi- tion to the above a policy on his life in favor of his wife. or To the Young Republicans Wawhoe County. Notice is hereby given that there will be a meeting of the young Repub- licans at the Justice Court-room this evening at 7 o'clock for the pur- pose of organizing a young Men's Re- publican Club for the present cam- paign. Every young man who is in favor of good government and wishes to promote the success of the Repub- lican party is respectfully invited to be present and enroll his name as an active worker in the ranks. L. J. Conn, VV. H. Dauchy, W. D. McNeilly. C. D. Williams, F. A. Barnes, F. H. Norcross, C, D. VanDuzer. H. E. Higgins, B. M. Coffin, G. B. Hymers, R. D. Hussey, H. C. Cutting, C. A. Norcroes. Republican Rally. Don't forget the grand Republican rally next Monday night. R. K. Col- cord, James A. Stephens and Francis G. Newlands will address the people on the political issues of the day. Go and hear what they have to say. The meeting will be held at the Opera House. BREVITIES. At three o'clock this afternoon there were 965 names registered in Reno precinct. County Assessor Stoddard, who has been confined to his bed for several days by sickeneas, is reported some- what better. NEW-YORK 8 QREAT CHEMIST. This is to certify that I haveanalyttd Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder. composed of pure materials, compoundedjon correct scientific principles, ingredients are accurately and .scientifically proportioned. Henc ice, I find it The Dli U, LL. D Prof. Chemistry and Toxicology ia the New York Bellevne Hospital Medical College, Prof Chemistry and in the College of the dty of New Yojlc. Advice to MRS. WINSIOW'B SeOTHTNO SYRUP should always be used for children It soothes the child, softens the euros, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is 'Jae best rerocdj or diarrhoea. Twentv-6ve cents a bottle For rheumatic and neuralgic pains, rub in Dr. J. H. McLean's Volcanic Oil Lini- ment, and take Dr. J. H. McLean's Sar- BararUla. Yon will not suffer long, but will be gratified with a speedy and effective Our customers all speak highly in praise of St. Patrick's pilla. They are the best. BERRY BROS., Carroll Neb- raska. For sale by Shoemaker A Co., druggists. Virginia City, Nevada, Ocf o, John S. Werrin, a native of Cornwall, England, aged jo years. The of Arizona a Model, Fragments of Gun-Powder Vic- tims Recovered. A Conscientious Official. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Oct. appoint- ment of John N. Irvin of Keokuk, Iowa, as Governor of Arizona a few days ago, recalls an incident in his experience as Governor of Idaho under. President Arthur. He was called home by a death in his family, and remained in Keokuk several months settling up the estate.'? The Treasury of the United States sent him his salary regularly, but the Governor declined it, saying ho had not earned any money from the Government while at home about hm private affairs, and sent the checks back to Washington. Thia presented a ne'.s question for the Treasury officials. No one ever made such a c 'ii plaint bo- fore. They did not know what to do with the money. Finally it was placed to the credit of the Conscience fund. This made the old Gov- ernor indignant, and he forthwith for- warded to the department an em- phatic protest. He wns unwilling that any money which he sent to Washington should be placed in the same fund with that surrendered by repentant thieves. Then the amount was placed to the credit of the public iebt of the United States. His is the only case of the kind on record. Senator (Stanford. By Absociatcd Press.] NEW YOKK, Oct. Stan- ford arrived from Europe yesterday. He has entirely recovered from bis attack of vertigo and looks the picture of good health. While he still feels a slight stiffness and rheumatic pain in his ankle joints, he is able to walkji considerable distance. He said: I am inclined to view tho new tariff with favor. I had some doubts about the increased duty on sugar, yet, with the aid of the bounty, I believe we shall be able to produce all the sugar we want and more. Nowhere in Europe have I heard any opposition expressed to the new tariff, except in France. The expression most prevalent among the French people is that the new tariff has been instituted in revenge for the exclusion from France of American hogs. I have heard a good deal about Collis P. Huntington and his intention to fight the question of Senatorsbip with me in the fall, but I have paid no attention to any business matters. I have had a complete men- tal rest and freedom from all worry. I was careful to avoid all such ques- tions, and I would prefer to say noth- ing on this subject just now." f Presidential Party. By Associated Press.] ATCHISON Oct. 10. The President arose early this morning, and when St. Joseph 'was approached he and his party had only time to hastily take a cup of coffee before en- tering the city at the Union Depot. An immense crowd had assembled, and conspicuous in the assemblage waa Ouster Post of the Grand Army of the Republic, which, drawn up in line, made a passage for tlie Presiden- tial party, and acted as their escort until a neighboring hotel was reached, where a public reception waa held. As the President and Secretary Tracy appeared on the balcony of the hotel, Colonel A. C. Dawes, General Passen- ger Agent of the Hannibal St. Joe Railroad, introduced them in a short speech, which was received with cheers by the crowd. The President thanked the crowd for its cordial welcome, and spoke at length upon pioneer times. Forfeited Their Bail. By Cable and Associated Press.] DUBLTN, Oct. case iigaiiibt O'Brien and Dillon, charged with in- citing tenants not to pay their rents, was again called at Tipperary this morning. Neither of the defendants were present. Both are members of a. committee appointed at tho convention of Irish Nationalists in Dublin to visit America for the purpose of soliciting aid for the Nationalist cause. The rumor is cur- rent that they forfeited their bail of each in the conspiracy case, and that they sailed yesterday from Queenstown for the Uniten States. Much excitement prevailed in Tip- perary when it become known that O'Brien and Dillon had abandoned their defense and left the place. The confirmation of the rumor that they have left the country is received. The information thus far received shows that they did not leave by the ordinary channels of passage. Their bail will be paid by the National League. At the request of the counsel for the Crown, the court certificates of their non-appearance was attached to the bail bonds of Dillon and O'Brien, and an adjournment was then taken to enable the Crown to consider whu steps to bo fakcn. Warrants been ismicd for the arrest of the miss ing Nationalists. FURNISHING GOODS, HATS BOOTS AND SHOES. 3. SQO My Summer Stock Is Now Complete, Consisting of 9 Tk Latest and Best Styles 4 OF- Men's and Boys' Clothing, Underwear, Socks, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, All and Patterns, Collars, Cife, Windsor Ties and Dude Bows. Held for Trial. By Cable and Associated Press.] LONDON, Oct. case of Frank Slavin and Joe McAuliffe, the pugilists, charged with taking part in the recent fight at the Ormonde Clnb, came up in the Lambeth Police Court to-day. The Court committed them for trial for engaging in a common prize fight. Oar French By Associated Press.] RICHMOND Oct. Id. This morning Comte de Paris and party left for a visit to the battle grounds of Mechanicsville, Gaines Mills, Cold Harbor and Seven Pinea. Three YparH of Committee Work By Associated MI.V.VKAPOMS, Oct. Anieri can Board of Commissioners for For- eign Missions, this rnorniirp Ii8tene< to the report of a committee wliid hud boon at work three yeai trying to get at the opinion of Congregaliona Churches at large as to whether i chungo in the form of the Bourd'p or- ganization, so as to make it more dem- ocratic and representative, in advisa- ble. The committee, while it admit- ted that its efforts iu this direction were Romewhut unsatisfactory, rec- ommends that no change be made. Tlie Powtter VlctiiiiH. By Associated Press.1 WILMINGTON Oct. ments of the victims of the powder explosion were picked up miles away. TELEGRAPHIC KKEVITIKS. By an explosion in a pyrotechnic school in Bpuracs, France, to-day, ten pupils were killed and nine injured. Justice Miller of the United States Supreme Court was stricken with paralysis this uf'ernoon. His mind is said to be clear and he is resting comfortably. Drunken Hrute. Frank K. Smith, residing at South Union, near Olympia, Wash., shot his father-in-law, John P. Crins, breaking both his arms, attempted to phoot Mrs. Smith, and then blew out his own brains. Mrs. Smith refused to live with her husband on account of his drinking habits. He was the son of the late famous Skookum Smith of Tucoma. A Keconnt Oealrd. In denying a recount of Oregon's population, Secretary Noblo says the grounds presented by Senators Mitch- ell and Dolph and Eeprepentativc Her- man were not suflicient to warrant a recount of the whole State. He has every reason to believe that the cen- sus omissions are fully compensated by the names enrolled which should not have been. NEW TO-DAY. Republican Meetings, Campaign of 1890. HON. H. F. BABTINE, Republican Candidate for Representa- tive in Congress, Will address the peoplo of Novacta on tho political issues of tha campalg i as fol- lows: Welle........................Saturday, Oct. 11 Cherry Creek............Monday, Oct. 13 Ely...........................Tuesday, Oct. )4 Pioehe.....................Thursday, Out. 10 Panaca........................Friday, Oct. 17 Hamilton..................Monday, Oct. 20 Eureka.....................Tuesday, Oct. 21 Tybo........................Thursday, Oct. 23 Belmont..................... Friday, Oct. 24 Austin.....................Saturday, Oot. 25 Wlnnemucca..............Monday, oct. 27 Lovelock.................. Tuesday, Oct. 28 Reno....................Wednesday, Oct. 29 Virginia City............Tuesday, Oct. 30 Dayton........................Friday, Oct. 31 Genoa.....................Saturday, Nov. 1 Carson City..............Monday, Nov. 2 County Committees in the several conn- ties will please make the necessary ar- rangements for tbe meetings. B. 8TBOTHKB, Chairman. F. C LORE, Secretary. ________oolQ STRAW HATS All {rrailes and coolra A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Men'a, Boys and Children's STRAW HATS A A full line of J. B. Stetson Co. FINE HATS In all grades. HATS of Hie A Largo Assortment of Men'o Boys' Suspenders. and SONDERLAND'S 32 SO SHOE. MY STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES Is as complete as ever, consisting of Gent's Fine Boots and Shoes in all Grades, Ladies' Misses, and Children's Boots, Shoes and Slippers all grades and colors. All Goods sold at the Lowest Possible Price. Ladies' and Gent's Boots and Shoes made to order; Repairing neatly done. G TAKE ADVANTAGE OP OUR REAT PREMIUM SALE Of our New Stock of Dry Cloaks Prices Lower than Ever. Call at this office for your job work. Republican Meetings. Campaign of 1890. HON. II. K. COLCORD, Republican candidate for Governor, and HON. JAMES A. STEPHENS, Accompanied by HON. JOHN F. EG AN, Candidate .for State Treasurer, and HON. JOHN E. JONES, Candidate for Surveyor General, vyll1 address the people of Nevada on the po- litical issues ot the campaign as follows: Hawthorne..............Thursday, Oct. 2 Aurora..........................Friday, Oct. 3 Candelarla.................Saturday, Oct. 4 Greenfield..................Monday, Oct. 6 Dayton.......................Tuesday, Oct. 7 Silver City............Wedndsday, Oct. 8 Sheridan..................Thursday, Oct. 0 Genoa..........................Friday, Oct. 10 Virginia City............Saturday, Oct. 11 Reno..........................Monday, Oct. 13 Wadswortb................Tuesday, Oct. 14 Wlnnemucca.........Wednesday, Oct. 15 Lovelock..................Thursday, Oct. 16 Battle Mountain...........Friday, Oct. 17 Austin......................Saturday, Oct. 17 Eureka.......................Tuesday, Oct. 21 Carlin...................Wednesday, Oct. 22 Elko......................Thursday, Oct. 23 Tnscarora.....................Friday, Oct. 24 Paradise.....................Monday, Oct. 27 Carson..................Wednesday, Oct. 29 Gold Hill.................Thursday, Oct. 30 Hon. FrancU G, NewlancU will Join the arty Dayton and continue with them, speaking at different places during the campaign. County Committees in the several counties willplease make the necessary arrangements 8 K. STROTHRR. Chairman. P. C. LORD, Secretary. TRUCKEE Livery and Feed REHO, NEVADA' T. K. HYMBBa.........Proprietor FIRST-CLASS TURNOUTS f ND FINH.S7 Saddle Horses. Careful attention given tiaiicicnt alter. stock. Boarders carefully looked octitt C. NOVACOVICH. H. f. BRRR KERRY XOVACOVICII, Wholesale and Retail Dealers Groceries, Provisions, FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, Vegetables, Rsfi and Oysters In season. FRUITS OK AI.L KINDS, Wines, Liquors. Cigars, Tobacco, Crockery. of FANCY Commercial Row, Reno, Nevada. Reno Livery JOHN POTHOFF, Prop'r OPPOSITE DEPOT. Livery and Feed Stable. First-class turnouts at reasonable prices. Transient tttoelc Carefully Tided for. A ROOM, OR ROOMS FOR RKNT, NKAR THg brick school house. Inquire of A. O. Poiler, GAZETTE office, for ;