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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 1, 1890, Reno, Nevada JOB WORK The Neatest, The Best, At the Gazette Office. ENVELOPES Pr.'nted Cheaper than the Cheapest. VOL. XXIX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBEK 1, 1890. NO. isi. MISCELLANEOUS. MISCELLANEOUS. WORK OF Highest of all in Leavening S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889. Powder -ABSOLUTELY PURE Tilt between Aldrich and Blair. THE FRENCH ARMY MASEUVERS. A X NO U N C K M K NTS 43-Candtd.ites can's Inserted under thus bead foi payable iu adv.mcc. OonB table. SVT fl'BON HEREBY ANJTOUNCKS hmise Tana candidate for of Kcno Township, subject to the decision of the County Contention County Oorumiseloner. fAMKS SUI.T.IVAN ANNOUNCES HIM- self as a candidate for Long Term County Commissioner, subject to the decision of .the County Convention. For County Clerk. WA. FOGG HKK'-'HY ANNOUNCES himself a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the decision of the Republi- can Cuiiiity Convention. For Sheriff. 14-r It CAUGHMK ANNOUNCUS HIM- self a for Sl'ei lit, subject to tl-c dicUiou of the Republican County Convention Short Term Commissioner. MKRKILI. ANNOUNCES HIMSKLF >t as a candidate for Short Term Com- missioner, subject to the decision of the Re- County Convention. For Commissioner. T> W PARRY HKRHnV ANNOUNCES liunsell for the office of long term .subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. A desired. By order of the President. C BRAGG, Secretary. Mct'tu-niHcU-KfOith Mill. Tom McCornmck leaves for Virginia to-morrow morning to meet Bill Keogh in a jzlovo contest for a. side. He if said to bo in the pink of condition, and will give Keojili a hard rustle for the staKPS. He "ill be accompanied by his trainer and backer, who express great con flounce in the outcome. There will be local rates given to all who wish to attend the fight from here good for tlie round trip. Hoard of Mectlnjg. Owing to the fact that a Dumber of the members of the Board of Trade will be in Virginia City on Wednesday on account of tho Convention whirh assemble there Thursday, it has neen decided to change the meeting of the Board called for Wednesday even- ing to Tuesday evening at the Court- house at 8 o'clock. Through Darkest .Africa. Walter Morton received his first -ihipmeut of Stanley's works to-day. They are written by Henry M. Stan- ley, complete in two volumes and ueatifully illustrated. Each volume contains large folding maps showing the great foiest region and Stanley's every day travels through darkest Africa. _____ Fine Attention is called to the nd. of W. S. Bailey ot" the Keno and Truckee Meat Markets "New To-Day." Mr. Stewart is tho leading light in the misiness and has charge, while Air. Bailey rustles on the outside. The finest' meats constantly on hand at both maikets. Head his ad. diooit Assessor Stoddard informs tho GA- ZETTE that the assessment roll will foot up fully more than it did last year. Taking live stock losses into consideration and this is a good showing. BUEV1T1ES. Read the 50-cent ad. of a road wagon lor sale. Berry Novacovich to-day received another carload of Lodi water and musk melons. Andrew Benson, late of Reno, now of Clpverdale, Crtl., passed east this morning. W. O. H. Martin is just in receipt of another large invoice of Sierra and .Mohank valley butter. J. H. Olson, the San Francisco short- hand reporter, passed east to-day to report the Bliss water suit at Winne- inucca. Reno, Nevada, Aug. so, 1890, Raymond I.ebencr, aged about 50 years. PERFECT MADE. NEW'YORK'S QREAT CHEMIST. Thii i< to certify that I have analyzed Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder. I find it compo-icd of pure compounded on correct scientific principles. The ingredients ore accurately nnd scientifically proport'oned. Hence, bread or biscuits prepared with it are better suited for digestion. _ r R OGDKN DORKMUS, M. D LL. D Frof. Chemistry and Toxicoloey in the New York Bellevue Hospital Medical College, Prof CheraUtry and Physics in the College of the city of New York. Slattern. By Associated Press.l WASHINGTON, Sept. the Sen- ate Sherman gave notice of an amend- ment which he proposed to offer to the Tariff bill, looking toward reciprocity with tho Dominion of Canada in coal and toward extending the trade rela- tions between Canada and the United States. Blair and Hoar wanted to let the Tariff bill go over, and, as it was Labor Day, to "do something for labor" by considering the Labor bills. Aldrich thought Blair and Hoar were inclined to buncombe, whereupon Blair characterized Aldrich as the representative of monopolies." The presiding officer called Blair to order for using unparliamentary lan- guaue. The Tariff bill was then taken up, Aldrich objecting to its postponement, the pending question being the Fi- nance Committee's amendment to the woolen schedule. It increases the duty per pound on wool tind woolen yarns from twice to two and a half times the duty imposed on unwashed wool of the h'rst class. Paddock said he would be clad to follow the majority of the Finance Committee, but he regretted that he could not see his way clearly to it ao to all the sections. The agricultural West never favored high protective duties, but did favor a sufficient pro- tection to cover the difference in wages, while at the same time the semblance, at least, of foreign markets, was pre- serve. The West regarded a revision of the tariff" as meaning a reduction of tho tariff whenever possible, and not iiKieusos in the tariff on imports, and he was confident the demands for" a lower range of duties would have to receive an early and favorable response from Congress. Stockridge of Missouri moved to suspend the rules and pass the bill providing for the tioverntnent of the inspection of coal mines in the terri- tories. Agreed to. Cooner of Indiana, rising to a ques- tion of privilege, stated that one of the charges in tho resolution offered by him for an investigation of the Com- missioner of Pensions was that the Commissioner was selling stock in a refrigerator company to the employes of the Pension office. To-day he had learned that one of the members of the Investigating Committee, rebeutative M. L. Smyser of Ohio was one of the stockholders. Cooper therefore offered a resolution discharg- ing Mr. Smyser from the committee. Smyser said he had no intimation that he was going to be appointed on the committee until the announcement was made by the Speaker. As a member of the committee he entered upon the discharge of his duty, and had done it faithfullv and veil. He did own some of the stock, but that fact in no manner could affect the in- tegrity or honor of an honest man. Smyser felt that there was nothing in the charges against General Kavuv. in any way affecting him, but in order to satihfj the other side and the coun- try, in duty to himself he most respect- fully asked to be relieved from further service on the committee. His request was granted. The Speaker stated that when he appointed the committee he had no knowledge of any relation between the gentleman from Ohio and the company referred to. The Chair had made the appointments from the Committee on Pensions because ho thought it would facilitate a disposal of the matter to have gentlemen serving on the com- mittee who had some knowledge of the pension office. A Private Interview. By Cable and Associated Press.] ROME, Sept. Minister Crispi proceeded on a special steamer from Naples to Nice to-day. It is re- ported the object of this visit is to bold an interview with Lord Salisbury, the British Prime Minister, who is now at Nice. Union By Cable and Associated Press.) LIVERPOOL, Sept. 1. Trades Union Congress opened here to-day. Five hundred delegates were present. WHI Sot I By Cable and .UfaxSated Press.] CONSTA.NTISOPLK, Sept. Ar- menian Patriarch, after a conference with the Sultan's Secretary, obtained a promise assenting to the demands made by the patriarch in his mem- orandum, including a restoration of the privileges of tho Armenian church, and the improvement of the condition of the Armenians in Asia Minor. The Patriarch thereupon agreed to with- draw his resignation and continue in his post pending the fulfillment of the Sultans promises. A Tangible Proposition. By Cable and Associated Press PARIS, Sept. Figaro says England has made a proposition tc the powers tnat if they agree upon the fed- eration of the Balkan States, including Roumama, Bulgaria, Rervia, Monte- negro and a part of Albania, that pa- per says England will undertake an active .interference until order is re- stored between the Turks and Arme- nians. Powder. By Cable and Associated Press.] PARIS, Sept. 1. -The Frewlr army maneuvers opened yesterday in the north of France. Smokeless powder was used in firing. The smoke was invisible. The detonation was as ioud as that made by the old kind of pow- der and was sharper and harsher. LABOR DAY PARADES A Reunion of Army Men. MAH DISTIXCUISDED SOLDIERS. Henry George's Arrival in New York City. of Coolvy. By Associated Press.] ANN AUBOR Sopt. Mary Elizabeth Cooley, wife of Judge Thomas L. Cooley, Chairman of the Inter-state Commerce Commission died yesterday morning of a cancel of the stomach. Terrible HI Inn Are.Mcur. By Cable and Associated Press.] VIENNA, Sept. explosion oc- curred to-day in a mine at Boruslav, in Galica, by which eighty miners were suffocated. TELEUHAl'HIC BREVITIES. The steamer California, from Ham- burg for New Yoik, had her propeller damaged in n storm, and was obliged to return for repairs. The conferees have finally agreed on a compromise on the Hiver ami Harbor bill. The changes made in the bill by the Senate were generally agreed to. The Honoe GotnmfMee on Territories to-day was authorized to send a sub- committee to Arizona and New Mexico to take testimony relative to the expe- diency of admitting those territories JIB States; also, to visit Utah, and there take testimony relative to the practice of Dolycainv. Will be paid to any competent chemist who wttl Bud, on analysis, a pnrtlclo of Mercury, Potasb. or other poisons In Swift'a Specific (a 8. S.) AN EATING SORE Henderson, Tex., Aog. S3, "For elgb-, teen months I had an eating aoro on my tongue. I was treated by tho beat local physicians, bat obtained no relief, tho sore gradually crowing worse. I concluded finally to try 8. B. S., and ros entirely cared after using a few bottles. Jon have my cheerful permission to publish the ibovo statement for tho benefit of these similarly afflicted." C. B. MCLEMORE, Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. THE SWIFT SPBCIFIC CO.. Atlanta, Gj srss NEW TO-DAY. Reno Me Markets W. S. BAILEY, Propr. Wfctele aM Retail Butcher. FRESH BHEK. MUTTON, PORK, VEAL and sausage constantly on hand. 11am, Bacon and Mnioked Beef a (Specialty. Main Market, Virginia St., Reno. Reno door Irom Mo sonic Bui ding. Commercial Row. sel UNION SALOON Corner 2d and Virginia Streets, RENO, NEVADA CHASE CHUBICH, Proprietors. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OP JHSSE Jooreand A. A. Whiskies. ForMed- Icinal purposes these celebrated brands havj no equal. Oar bar is always supplied with .he choicest of Liquors, Wines and Cigars All the latest publications on file Fine B lliard and Card Room attached. RESO CO C Gulling President: W. S. Bender, Vice President; Wm Henry, Secretary; First Nat. Bank. Treasurer. THIRD AND RAL ston streets, Reno. Nevada. The company incorporated March 12. iSSc, and is prepared to fill all orders tor building material Latest style of Kastlalce doors and finish We also do turning and scroll sawing, ano manufacture doors, windows, blinds, etc. We also manufacture a kinds of common and deal lumber. Give iu a emit Trouble Over the'Ejeot- of Election Judges. Labor Hay Parades. By Associated Press. NEW YODK, Sept. Day nas celebrated to-day in grander style than ever. All Government and mu- nicipal offices, banks, etc., were closed. The city id gaily decorated with of all nations and hundreds of thou- sands of people lined the sidewalks on the route of the procession, Thero were two parades, that of the Genital Labor Union, which took place iii the west side of the city, and that of the Central Labor Federation, which stirred up the denizens of the east side, where at men turned out, the Central Labor Uniou mur- Zho Socialists took a very active the east side parade. CHICAGO, Sept. Day was generally obwrved in this city. There were two parades (his meriting, one under the auspices oi the Trades and Labor Assembly with twenty thousand in line, and one by the Knights of Labor, who turned out one thousand. Constructively, all the union car- penters of Chicago, about eight thou- sand, are on a strike to-day, hut as they are participating iu the Labor Day parade, there is no evidence of the Btrike beyond the idleness at the buildings in course of construction, similar to that which extends to other branches of labor on tho same account. Kleeiinn Judgrg JUrlven Away. By Associated Press.] ST. Louis, Sept. Little Uock (Atk.) ppecial to the Posfsays: An excitement was this morning when tho hour for opening the polls arrived. Two colored judges ap- pointed by Judge Hill to serve in the third ward were ejected from the poll- ing place and white men elected in- stead. The remaining judge, Q. M. Allen refused to serve with the newly elected judges and opened a poll elsewhere, the consequence being that two polls were opened in the ward. A dispatch from McAlmont says the judges there, appointed by were refused admission to the polling places. There is much excitement, and trouble is feared. Henry Meorge at Home. NEW YORK, Sept. George reached here this morning by the steamer Servia. Delegates from the Single Tax Club met. George at the Pier and extended a welcome. In addition, a large number of single tax men marched in a body to meet him. George informed his friends that he felt tired after the voyage and needed a few hours' rest. He will be present at the conference of the single tax men this afternoon. George looked better than at any time since the campaign of 1880. He went to the Westminster Hotel, where he again talked to his friends. He said his trip around the world was more successful than he anticipated, even in the protection strongholds of Australia. His most pronounced viens on free trade were given an impartial hearing everywhere. Single tax George said, "nprang up all along the line after my speeches. The issue has already en- tered into politics. Sir Henry Kam- less, Premier of New South Wales, is a convert of ours and an earnes advo- cate of the single tax. He used his influence to make my trip successful." Army of the Cumberland fteunion. By Associated Press.l TOLEDO, Sept. Harri- son and General Sherman have both accepted invitations to be present at the 21st annual reunion of the Society of the Army of the Cumberland, to be held on September 17th and 18th. Many other distinguished gentlemen are also expected, including General Rosecrana and ex-President Hayee. The By Associated Press.l WASHINGTON, Sept. Presi- dent will leave for Cresson, Pa., the iatler part of the week, and will es- tablish executive quarters there dur- ing his stay. Ex-pay master General George F. Cutter of the United States Navy died in this City this morning in his 71st year. FURNISHING GOODS, HATS BOOTS AND SHOES. 1OQO My Summer Stock Is Now Complete, Consisting of The Latest and Best Styles _ _.. Men's and Boys' Clothing, Socks, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, All and Patterns, Tjeg and hfr torn. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF orniui IIATA STRAW HATS All grades and colon. A full line of J. B. Stetson Co. FINE HATS In all grades. rf SILK HATS of the A Large Assortment of MenV and Boys' Suspenders. SDlDERLAND'S 5O SHOE. 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 Price. Ladies' and Gent's Boots and Shoes' made to order; Repairing neatly done. F. LEVY BROTHER. WANTED, ON OR BEFORE SEPT. 1, 1890. In order to raise this amcut we will continue to sacrifice our elegant stocd of DRY AND FANCY GOODS Reordless of Cost! WE HAVE A SURPRISE IN STORE FOR YOU. For every dollar's worth of goods you buy of us dur- ing this sale we will give you a premium ticket, for which you can have your choice of the following: of lhose 8 TICKETS G've Sugar Shtllor Novelty Hair Pin. 10 TICKETS 12 TICKETS Give you one silver-plated Butter .Knife, or a pair or very preiv Give you the choice or a fine rolled gold Lace Pin. pair ol gold front Cuff a novelty Interlocking Glove Buttoner of fine gold plate or a bindtotne Bangle. 20 TICKETS Gtve el'8ant pln or a of 25 TICKETS 35 TICKETS Give you the choice of a- set ot Rogers' Tra Sooons, a bcautiluf Lace Pin, a lovely pair of stylish handsome Necklace Give you the choice of a Rogei 'Knives, a superb pair of Rue rolled gold plate Bracelets, a very choice pair of BaaRlnraor a set of Rogers' Porks. Give you the choice of a most elaborate pair of fine rolled rt plati Bracelets, a very stylish fine rolled gold plate Necklace or set of Rogers'Table Spoons. This is no Lottery. No Humbug. You buy our goods cheaper than any other store in the State will sell them to you, and in addition for no extra charge or expense von will receive the choice of any of the above articles according to the amount of tickets you may hold. Call and fee these PREMIUM are on exhibitior in our mammoth store. Parties indebted to us must pay up at once and save costs, INEWSPAPERif ;