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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 24, 1890, Reno, Nevada THE STATE FAIR! Go and make It a Great Success. Take a Tacatioii Thto week and peiwuadcf your to do the same and attend the Fair. VOL. XXIX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1890. at. NO. 151. MISCELLANEOUS. H. LETER, THE BON TON TAILOR, Han just received a fine line of Fall goods both FRENCH AND DOMESTIC. ftuiU ofade to order cheaper than any other place In the city. A perfect fit guaranteed or no rale. VIRGINIA STRKKT, NEAR COMMERCIAL ROW, KKXO, NEVADA. ___________________aonep________________ HOUSE JOHN PIPER ..........LESSKK. ONE NIGHT ONLY. SATURDAY SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT THOMAS W. KEENE, hy------ QEORQE LEAROCK, And aii excellent company in Bulwer'n masterpiece. SCALE OP PRICKS Dress Circle oo Dresi Circle Admission................ I oo Balcony 75 Admission Balcony................... bo HOXCH ............................S Box sheet now open at Nnsby's The Clarendon. fUNKST HOTEL IN SITUATED on Commercial Row, directly opposite the Depot. Newly construct d and hard finished throughout. Ideclrlc light, jras, hot and cold fixtures in every room. Bath-room and every accommodation for guests. First- class trade invited. Terms reasonable and table first-class Fine bar attached, with the very choicest of wines, liquors and clgnrs sepjo A. J. CLARK, Proprietor. RIVERSIDE HOTEL. The rnte at the Riverside Hotql Fail week will be 50 per day each when two persons occupy one room and per day for one person. The hotel hn- will trarmport tho guests to and fron the Fair grounds free of charge. No room without hoard. VV. R. CHAMBERLAIN, slSwl Proprietor. Windmill and Outfit SA.IL.E, AT TRUCKEE. CONSISTING OF ONE Regulator wind null, one wind mill frame, made out of whole timbers 32 feet hinh, stories, well secured with large iroi rods. One gallon red wood tank, one red wood tan both with good covers. and one bronze wenther indicator. hoi further enquire of Mrs. M. Mod den, at Truckee or A. O. Porurot the Rem, GAZBTTE. szo Carriages, Wagons, Carts, Etc WJ. I'VKK CARRIES THK It ESI class of goods to be found on the COS It. Agent for Studebaker's Pine Carriages, which cannot be excelled; agent for Fraier'-- Roud Cans and best; aUo ageni for the U. S. Carriage Co. The Best Horse-shoeing in Nevada J. LTJ331E. 9-1 WILLIAM BROTHER. IN BEEF, MU1TW PORK, VEIL, ETC. Are prepared to the best meaU at tbe lowest 1-ving rates. nov39 PROFESSOR ALFRED HAYMAiS Gives thorough instruction in Vocal and Instrumental Music Orders may be left at C. J Brookins', Reno Loss of Property and Human Life. TWEUE BADLY HALOED Birchell Murder Case on Trial To-day. Taking of the Testimony of "_ Experts. A Knockout. 8v Associated Prcss.l WASHINGTON, Sept. its ac- tion to-day in Beating Langs ton the Houfla ended w hat was probably the cnoat protracted and bitterly contented case it has ever decided. The result wua a surprise to Demo- cratic minority, whien, after two weeks' successful obstruction was con- fident its opponent could not secure a quorum. But the whips" had been ictivo. During the first roll call it wac discovered that Milliken of Maine and Mudd of Maryland were not messengers were immediately after them. Sweeney of Iowa, who had not been expected so soon, in at this juncture, and with Mr. Model cast the votes necessary to make a quorum. Further were remarkably expeditions. The Miller case, which followed the Langston case, was even a greater sur- prise, and in fart it was not known generally to the Uepiibl cans that the leaders contemplated this move. The Democratic n-inority was considerably vexed over the result of the day's proceedings, and a call for a caucus circulated with the purpose of endeavoring to unite the party by way of rela'ionon upon the policy of ;he treatment of the conference re- port upon the taiift' bill, which woulrt equire the Republicans to maintain a quorum to dispo-e of that report; but to the la'eneuB.of. the'hour and 'lie SM all attendance the attempt to caucus was tempoiarily abandoned. Water mill Kitting. Ry Cable and Aasoclnted PARIS, Sept. reports of the damage by floods nre received. Tin- town of Annonay and surrounding country are inundated by the overflow from the Cance and Deuunie riverp, ind the damage is enormous. Faoto- Hes are destroyed, bridges swept away, ind the railways are impassible. In Annonay a manufacturer and several men were drowned. The water isHtill rising. The .Murder Trial. By Associated Press.] WOODSTOCK, Can., Sept. irchell irial, for the murder of Ben- well is being continued. This morn- ing's session was occupied with the xpert tes imony of physicians as to ihe character of the uounds at the probable time of death. ly NcaldeU. By Cable and Associated Press.j LONDON, Sept. explosion oc- curred on the steamer Pandora at New Castle. Twelve persons were scalded. THE RICES. A Uoort Attendance and a Vlnr Mport at the Track. The first thing on the program this morning was the ladies' tourna- ment, and a very large crowd greeted the contestants as they appeared upon the quarter stretch. Miss Daisy Allen, Mips Bessie Gait, Miss Carrie Mcln- tosh and Mrs. J. M. Collier put in ai> appearance well mounted. C. C. Pown- ng acted as master of ceremonies, and MOST PERFECT MADE. STATE ASSAY OFFICE. I have analysed DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER bought by me in open market and have found it free from Alum and Ammonia and containing no deletertos ingredients of any kind. It makes fine light b-ead. and I can recommend it to all wishing pure and wholesome food. LOUIS FALKSNAU, formerly State Assayer, San Francisco, Jan. as, 1889. W. J. Westerfteld, M. Gulling, J N. Evans, J. 6. Robinson and John Cal- UhacLwere choeen judges. Tbe ladies did some fine riding, and showed much skill in management of the The contest will be concluded Friday' and the awarded. The unfin- ished race was concluded short jy alter- ation, and was won by Ned Wiiislow, Belle Button second, Tom Rider third; time, This Rave them two heattt apiece, and the uecond baa the deciding heat. Judge Chamberlain pandwiched in a heat of the first race on to-day's .pro gram, which was two bat and a Chas Derby. They got a good amid off with Acrobat at the pole, bat he broke badly an the bell tapped and wan left nearlv a distance behind, but Keating finally got him down to his work and crowded Castillo into a break just as they turned into the back stretch and Aurohdt took the sec- ond place. He trailed Derby until rounciiny the lant turn, when he forced ahead and came down the stretch fully rhree lengths ahead; taking the heat in Derby second and Castillo third. The pacers were called up for the concluding heat. Belle Button took the pule away from Winnlow on the turn and kept her portion until well into the homentrelch, with Wins- luw's none at her heels, but Keating urtjed Winelow to the front and took the heat and race in Button second and Ryder third. Derby, and Acrobat were culled up for the heat and apped off, but the driver of Castillo deemed to lose his head and used the whip vigorounly and broke his horse up. Acrobat and Derby went wheel to wheel to the finish, with Castillo in the rear to the outcome. They came down the stretch at a rattling pace, all nbreust but Cantillo, but Hroke just before the wire was reached and the heat was given to Acrobar, with Derby in the BOI ond place and Castillo third. Time, The third heat Acrobat broke at the turn-loose and and Castillo had their own way until they got well into the stretch, when Castillo broke, which nave Dm by the heat, Castillo necond and just paving hie distance. 1'irne, Derby won the final heat, Oaftillo second and Acrobat third. Time, Dei by won the last heat and race, Aon bat s-cond and Castillo third. Hnie, Chan Hunkell won the mile and a quarter (Huh, with Imitation second. Time, TO-MOBROW'S PROGRAM. The first thing in the morning will he a parade of live stock, after which the wild Force riding will be concluded. This is a new feature and should at- tract a large crowd, and undoubtedly for-every body .admires.skill in my thing, ami "bronco busting" re- tjuires more skill, staying qnali ies and .jrit, generally, than it would to tackle a Kansas cyclone. The Directors will make up an ex- ceedingly interesting speed program for to-morrow, and it will be one of the oent days. A foot-race of 125 yards and repeat will take place Stttunlay, between B. Koaenthal, E. T. Dobbins, J. P. Haughn, Ike Sanders, 8. Marksbury R. G. Caldwell. AT THE PAVILION. ttrand Dlnplay In Kvery ment and ihe Attendance Wood. The exhibit at ihe Pavilion is far from being ordinary. Every one ptes- ent last evening were much pleased with the interesting array of articles in the several departments. When the GAZETTE reporter arrived she found herself surrounded by happy faces, nright eyes, dainty gowns and flutter- ing ribbons. THE FIRST FLOOR. Is well calculated to make an observer realize the great possibilities of this .Slate. Here are to be found the finest of fruit fresh from vine or tree, and vegetables that would rival the best in Uncle Sam's domain, especially the potatoes, Nevada's pride, which the Experiment Station make a meritorious display. The sugar beeta would cause Spreckles to plant a mill or two along the Truukee if he were to to realize that such specimens were in this section. The canned (runs and jellies are tastefully ar- ranged. The W. C. T. U. booth is a cool retreat where the weary can find comfortable seats and be refreshed by the cooling fountain and distant music, .uid then as she looks out upon the pyramid of sacked uieals and flour irom our Riverside Mill and the finely arranged display of scroll and trimming work from our RENO MILL AND LUMBER CO., We can realize to see at no distant day this lower floor will not contain the products exhibited from the vari- ous mills that shall have sprang up along tbe shores of our beautiful river, f be second floor is a delight to femi- ning minds. The new uniforms of the Hastings Band lend much to the fes- tive scene and turns the heads and nearts of onr maidens in that direction, while the selections given are varied and well rendered. As we look upon the MAZE OF BMBBOIDRRIR8, Works of art, and long canes filled with a frou frou of dainty laces and bits of colored satin and left and dainty fingers had fashioned into dear little shapes, and we felt that time and space would forbid a full dis- cussion of tbe prolific subject for this is-ue at least, but the GAZETTE will give more ppace to the exhibit Thurs- day or Friday .next. J. B. Moore of Stockton, says: "I nga Aliiotine rnr man anil boast, for In- flamed and sweeney It baono eqna1. Am nnrer wi hoot It The original and Monino Ablfttoe preparation UK fao- T.------- Tariff Bill Con- ferees NEARLY THROUGH THEIR WORK. German Catholics 'Congress Pittsburg in Favor a .Consolidation of their Societies. Congressional Hatters. By Associated Press. 1 WASHINGTOW, Sept. Miller of South Carolina, who was yesterday declared elected from the seventh South Carolina district, appeared and took theoatb. The Committee on Foreign Affairs reported a resolution calling upon the President for information relative to the killing of General Barrudia. Mc- Creary of Kentucky strenuously advo- catnd the resolution. Frye offered a concurrent resolution which was agreed to, directing the Sec- retaries of State, Treasury, War and Navy to examing report on the recom- mendations of the International Ma- rine Conference of February, 1890, and prepare and submit to Congress, bills for enactment into a law of such re- commendations as fartis they apply to their respective departments and meet their approval. The Republican members of the conference committee were again in consultation this morning. Sugar and binding tA-ine remain the sole obsta- cles to an agreement; but there is every reason to believe these points will be adjusted during the day. The resolution was adopted. Stewart of Vermont, from the Com- mittee on Judiciary, r ported the fol- lowing The House, deeming it a high duty that the utmost courtesy and decorum should be demanded by par- liamentary law and no precedent should mar the mutual relations of the two Houses of Congress, does hereby express its disapproval of the unparliamentary language used by Hon. Robert P. Kennedy, Represent- a'ive from the State of Ohio, in a speech delivered on tho floor of the House on the third day of September, 1890, and published in the Congress- ional Record of September 24th, 1890, and considering it impracticable to separate the unparliamentary portions of said speech from such parts thereof as may be parliamentary, therefore be it Resolved, That the Public Printer be directed to exclude from the perma- nent Congressional Record he entire speech of Hon. Robert P. Kennedy, in the first resolution mentioned. Kennedy made an eloquent speech in his own defense, making, however, no apology for bis previous remarks. Tbe resolution was passed 151 to 35. The Senate then proceeded to the consideration of bills on the calendar nnobjacted to. Among the bills passed was the Senate bill in recognition of the services of Chief Engineer George Wallace of the U. S. Navy and other o'ticers and men of the Jeanette Arctic expedition. It provides for the ad- vance of Melville one grade and for a medal to each survivor and the heirs of the dead. Hale introduced a joint resolution, which went over without action, au- thorizing the Secretary of the Navy to purchase at his dircretion, the nickel ore or nickel matter to be used in the manufacture of nickel steel armor, plating armor, piercing projectiles and other naval objects, aud appropriating for that purpose. The Senate passed, 45 to 6, its sub- stitute foi the House bill to define and regulate the jurisdiction of the Courts of the United States, and Boutelle in- troduced a similar bill in the House. Ofrman Catholics. By Associated Press.) PmsBUBO, Sept The German. Catholics held an important meeting this morning. At the last congress in Coblens it was suggested that all Ger- man Catholic societies throughout the United States be gathered in one great, strong, national patriotic band, and in accordance with this suggestion, the following was adopted: In view of the proceedings at the German Catholic Congress, at Coblens, Germany, and with the conviction that the well de- fined organization of the German Cath- olic vouth in the United States be not only the means to foster religion and morality, bat a necessity to oppose the heresy of many people: Resolved, that it is the wish of this Congress that every German Catholic parish in this country, a young men's society be founded for such aims as will be best for ito local needs; that in the German Catholic Congress of the United States, a centralization of such local societies he-effected, nnder such regulations as will suit their circumstances, and that the general organization which does already exist in Chicago, be offered the thanks of this Congress for it zealous work in its circles, and that its consti- tution be recommended as an example to be emulated. FURNISHING GOODS. HATS BOOTS AND SHOES. Pauthlnv Up 1 heir By Associated Press.] CHICAGO, Sept. Journal Bays General Mansger Stubbs of the Southern Pacific and inen of the Union Pacific have been holding mysterious conferences here for two days. They decline to make known their object, but among railroad men it is generally, believed they are trying to patch up the differences between their roads. BREVITIES. Par silver, I 13. Tbe President left Cresson Springs, Pa., foe. Washington this morning. JPror. T. Mortte Of Santa Rosa, Cal., will show the planets through bin great telescope this week at heno. Mars, Venus, Ju- piter and her four moons, and the inoon. P. 6. My tfl scope is for sale. PROF. S. I1. MORSE. Charley Richardson, who for some time has been in the employ of the N.-C.-O. R. K. at Liegan, is "in town to-day. WAM miles from Truckee; miles from Tahoe City. All communications addressed Truc- kee. Cal. J. B. SCOTT. Proprietor ivi BANK NOTICE. DURING FAIR WEEK OUR OFFICES will close each day at 12 o'clock noon and open In the evening from 6 to 7. FIRST RATIONAL BANK. BANK OK NEVADA. Reno, Nevada, Sept. 18. 1890. iw Lots for Sale.- 1 flfs OR MORK ELIGIBLE BUILDING 1 l Lota for sale at easy prices and easy terms, sooth of tbe Tiuckee river, souh- eastofJUao. enquire of nonjtf TBOfl. B. KAYDOW. 1 QQO My Summer Stock Is Now Complete, -Consisting of- The Latest and Best Styles OF- Men's and Boys' Clothing, Underwear, Socks, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, All and Patterns, bllan, Cob, Windsor Tte ud Me Inn. HATS All grades and colors A ItflRGE ASSORTMENT OF Men's, Boys and Children's STRAW HATS All grades and colon. A full line of J. B. Stetson Co. FINE HATS In all grades. of SILK HATS of the Best We. A. Large Assortment of MenV and Boys' Suspenders. SONfiRLAND'S 88 5O SHOE. MY STOCK OP BOOTS AND SHOES Is as corhplete as ever, consisting of Gent's Fine Hand-Sewed Boots and Shoes in ail 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. If You Don't Buy Groods