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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 6, 1889, Reno, Nevada                                Renolivi u ing Gazette PUBLISHED EYERY ETEHH8 EXCEPT SDSDAY. O. BBAOO, Proprietor R4TKS OF SUBSCRIPTION Dvlv, one vear ft v mail) Wrekly, one year (by 200 D tily, arltvered bv earner to any part oi Reno (per 25 RATES OF ADVERTISING. Daily oil. square for ons month J2 50 Weekly, one square for one month i 25 The rates include both legal and commercial work. Monday.....................May 6, 1889 R 0 THE wires are all down west of here, indicating a severe storm in the mountains. Much interruption has been caused East. It extends east as far as the Utah line, and from the fact that this office Jost all the wires Cheyenne it would indicate that the gtorm rages fiercely in that quarter. The GA- ZETTE'S readers can forego the pleasure of reading the latest tele- graphic news under the circum- stances. A RAILROAD is about to be built from Jerusalem to Jaffa, on the Mediterranean, which begins to look as though the millennium was about to be ushered in. Jerusa- lem has lain in the shadow of decay for many centuries, and all efforts to restore something of its ancient glory have failed. But the loco- motive will change it all. All the ancient places will be startled 'by its whistle, and its coming wi'l bring to the city a resurrection. The Sultan should be careful how he permits the iron evangel to be- gin a reformation in bis domains. The Salt Lake Tribune says that savage tribes and ancient super- stitious alike, melt away before the hot breath of steam. And when it shall be introduced into lands where miracles were once formed, there is liable to -come other miracles. The sepulcher of a world that has been dead since the time of the Crusades is liable to have the stone rolled away from its door, and from the mould 8 new-born civilizatiou step forth It is a big thing to sound the call of the locomotive in the shade o Calvary. Tax Salt Like Tribune wishes that the Treasury Department or Secretary Rusk of the Agricultural Department would send to the connty Postmasters of the great agricultural regions of the East, to one Postmaster in each county, a circular containing the following questions, wiUi a request that the replies be filled in: (1) What are the average prices of he best 'arms in your county (2) What were the prices of the same lauds sixteen and twelve and six years ago (.8) What is (he average price of wheat, corn, butter and pork in vour county? (4) What were the prices of the same articles sixteen and twelve and six years ago (5) Of the mortgages on farming laud recorded in your county six- teen years ago, what proportion asve since been paid We hold that the answers to ;bose questions would establish that the an increase of 50 per cent, in the number of consumers in the coun- been in the exact ratio that silver has declined, and that no cause can be assigned for such decline, except the demone- tization of silver and the war made upon it by the interest gather- ers and their newspapers. If this could be established by the figures, if those figures corresponded from the Mohawk to the Platte Valley, it seems to us the people at large, if not the "statesman" of the cenu- try, would make us a demand for justice, that Congress would hasten to get out of the way of the cyclone. The truth is that the great producing host is being swindled out of 83 per which includes about all the profits their work. THE SACRAMENTO RACES. MB. WINDOM in politely request- ing the resignation of a Treasury official who happened to be a Dem- ocrat, said to him that he hac heard many compliment? paid him in regard co the discharge of his official duties, and added, very candidly, were your politics dif- ferent I should be pleased to have you remain in the department. You can, of course, appreciate the fact that it would be bad politics to retain yon while so many faith- ful Republicans are knocking at our party's door." Mr. is plain and frank and minces no words. He doesn't attempt to conceal his real purpose under such glittering generalities as "public but bluntly says that he wants the oflice for a "faithful Republican.'' THE Sacramento Bee hits the nail on the head in the following: "The physicians in this State should be forced to write their perscriptions in English, and the druggists should be compelled to mark all their bottles in plain En- glish terms. A young and nn- scbolarly boy rises suddenly from the position of general sweeper and messenger to be a pharmaceu- tist, with the same privilege to kill by mistake as his boss. These ignoranamuses can do enough damage in their own language, and if men, women and children are to be murdered, they prefer to have it done in good, plain, common Anglo-Saxon. WHEN General Washington was making his' triumphal entry up Broadway an infant -was raised above the crowd by his parents, who requested the President-elect to bestow his name upon him. To this the General readily consented. When the baby became a man he was known on two continents as Washington Irving. RATHEB than permit convict labor to interfere with free labor the State of New York pays 000 annually for the support of her State Penitentiary. TRUCKEE scandal-mongers are rolling some sweet morsels under their tongues. NATIVES OF OKLAHOMA. The Whole Country Pretty Well Occupied. A Washington special says: The Oklahoma says a retired army officer, will find the whole country occupied when they get there and they will have a sweet time fight- ing for possession. The first ant strongest tenant is the skunk. Tlie> are there thousands, o them. When I was at Dodge City the Indians used to kill them in season and sell the pelts which were brough to Dodge City by the traders in bales by the wagon load It will be years before a chicken can be raised in Oklahoma. Next come the bed bugs. They are a thousanf tiroes worse than the sand flies and are indigenous to the country. The soil is full of them. Go into a corn field and turn down the husks of the corn in September and they will scurry out by the score. I pity the wornni who go there. Some of theOkldbomt country down toward Texas is very good land, well weatered and fertile hut up through the Cherokee outlet i is as dry as Western Kansas and a. worthless. Not one crop in three can be matured on account of thedrongth. day. made a million yester- of Leprosy. On the second section of yesterday" east-bound overland a fully developet case of leprosy is said to have beei discovered at Beowawe. The con ductor immediately cleared the car o every other passenger, leaving th leper in full possession, and took bin along. A Hot The attempt of the Columbia an Puget sound Railroad Company to ge possession of the land strip of th Puget Sound Shore Railroad at Seat tie last Friday resulted in a hot tigh with fists, clubs, etc. No one wa killed. FACTORY HORNED.. A Crazy Frenchman Shoots at President Comet. FATAL mm. Sloop Capsizes and Men Are Drowned, Six Mysterious Disappearance of a Chicago Physician. ISBOCIATKD PHI8B DISPATCHIS TO SAZCTTB.] quitting Pedestrians Rail- road YOHK, May Of the fifty- hree pedestrians who started this morning in the six-day walk, only .Ixi ut one half remained on the track it 10 o'clock. Front the appearance of the remainder it rooked as if they would drop out of the race before night The veteran Dan Cleary quit after walking twelve 1 p. M. pcore Hegelman 78, Cart- wright 76, Connor 74, Herty 71 Raney Davis 08, Day 68, Cox 67, Smith 66, Dyer 65, Burns 65, (ilyck 64. The Senate committee to investigate fhe alleged ownerihip by Canadian corporations and capital of American roads, reassembled this morning The first witness was Commissioner Albeit Fink, Chairman of tne Trunk Line Association, which he expressed was an association to arrange joint competitive tariffs to secure a uniform- ity in charges and class, and to main- tain established tariffs. Fink de- scribed the Grand Trunk railroad ant its branches as far as he knew. As a trunk line, it ran from Chicago to Portland, Maine. Fink said the Canada Southern wa1 leased by the Michigan Central. He acknowledged the Grand Trunk ha< differential rates for New Kngland business because its road was a him dred miles longer. Senator Cullom Is your organiz- ation to-day practically the same as before the 'passage of the interstate commerce law Commissioner Fink "In everything except that we no longer divide earn ings or direct freight." Cnlloni "Have yon any sngges tions as to an amendment to the Inter State law The. difficutly is to cove the matter of management by law The Inter-State Commiision shonl have discretion to deal with the ques tion in certain cases." The Comnvssioner then gaveashor summary of the freight taken by tb Grand Trunk road at Buffalo and Ni agara, which, he said, is about twenty per cent, of the business tc these points. fr'atnl Mhootlng; Affray. LOUISVILLE, May 6. William Die trich, 17 years of age, died this morn ing from wounds received at the hand of Sebastian Ebbinger yesterday after noon. Frank Burton, aged 17, urn Rudolh Grossman, aged 10, were alsc shot at the same time by Ebbinger GosHman will die. The shooting o een much more serious than was supposed, lie bad a severe attack of morbns on Thursday night, which did not fully succumb to med- ical treatment until Saturday night. "TalSCELLANEOtfS. HeKISSICKWERAHOUSE JOHN PIPKR..............................Lessee. ONE NIGHT ONLY! First appearance here of the universal favorite, pretty MATTIE VICKERS And her company of (refined comedians and soubreltes, appearing in the extremely funny comedy that made all New York laugh for twenty-seven consecutive weeks I'p In Nmoke. LONDON, May The soap works of fXivid and Wm. Gibbs were burned; loss, half a million. PASTE AND -DIAMONDS. New Music! Catchy Songs! Pictnresqe Dancing! Miss Vlckers, assisted by H. W. Kiel, will in- troduced their pleslng songs and dances. ADMISSION: Dress Circle Ji oo Balcony (reserved) 75 Admission Balcony 50 Boxes. 500 Bos-sheet now open at Nasby's Bazaar. MISCELLANEOUS., W. O. H. MARTIN. Commercial Row, Reno, Nevada, ...PEA.LER IS... BUEVITIES. Bar silver, The report Itiut certain attendants of an inftaue asylum in Chicago liad been indicted for innrtler proves to have been incorrect. NKVV TO-DAY. TO ADVISORY BOARD OK American Building and Loan ASSOCIATION. OTICE IS HKRKBY OIVKN THAT A meeting your Board ib hereby called to be held at the office of your Seuetaiy, on Maturday, May llth. 1NN9, At 8 o'clock P M., for the purpose of receiv- ing and con-.kleiing applications for loans. A full attendance of the Hoard is desired, lly order of WM. THOMPSON, C C WARNKR, President Secretary. may6td WHERE 18 there a better place to buy CLOTHING than at M. NA- THAN'S, the old and reliable clothier on Virginia street, Reno, Nevada? WHERE Everything in the shape of Men's and Boys' Clothing is kept, and WHERE A line of Gents' FURNISHING GOODS is carried that is second to none on the Pacific Slope. WHERE Nothing bnt bargains are known, and WHERE Shelf Hardware, Bar Iron, Barbed Wire, Steel, Cumberland Coal, Lime, Plaster, Cement, AGRICULTURAL' IMPLEMENTS Buckeye and AH Otter Kinds of Machine Extras a Specialty. GROCERIES, LIQUORS, TINWARE AND CROCKERY. AGENT FOB EMPIRE MOWER. ocldwtf JOHN BREUNER, THE LEiDlSG FimURE 608 K St., Good treatment and are accorded to all. call. fair dealing Give him a mayl An Expression of Delight. "About a week sayn a Angeles, Cal., druggist, "a Chli.ama came In with a lame shoulder. I sol him a bottle of Chamberlain's Paii Balm and guaranteed that it woul cure him. He came in again las night', and soon as be got luside the door began to awing bis arms over hm head like an Indian club swlngei. I thought Ihe blamed fool had a fit, but he finally stopped long ennuirn losay: Medicine velly floe, velly floe; alle same make feel plenty good." Chamberlain's Pain Balm Is without an equal for sprains, rheumatism, pains or lame back. For sain by Osburn Shoemaker. and Drowned. ST. JOHNS, N. B., May Six per- sons left St. Andrews on Saturday afternoon in a sloop for Didequaah. While still in St. Andrews Bay the sloop capsized, and the little vessel and all the men went to the bottom. The nattiea of the lost are: Isiali Flynn, Clementson Flynn, Henry Barnes, Thomas Anderson, a man named Jack Motennan and his son John. EDITOR OF THE GAZETTE: Please announce in the columns of your val- uable paper that we are sole agents for St. Patrick's Pills, the most perfect ca- tharlo and liver pills in the market. They not only physic, but cleanse the whole j purify the blood and regulate the liver and bowels; tbey are vljjorous bat gentle in their action, and can always be depended upon. For Bale by Osbarn and Shoemaker. It was maintained by the late Hor- ace Greely, that "nothing succeeds like Tf this be true, Cham- berlain 's Cough Remedy will always be popnlar, as it never It is in- tended especially for coughs, colda, croup and wnoopiug cough, and is undoubtedly the best ana most re- liable medicine in nse for those dis- eases. It is decidedly a success. For sale by Osbnrn A Shoemaker. 1.OHB OV VITALITY CUBE0 B V RMBENCK OF LIFK. Dr. Stel n hart's Essence of Life is a specific for nervous and physical debility, impotence spermatorrhoea and all evil effects so de- structive to mind and body. This infellib'e remedy has been used for thirty yean and has cured thousands. Price, jo per bottle; fire times the quan- tity, in or liquid form. Sent on re- ceipt of price, or C O. D. All private eases treated and cured. All corropondence strictly confidential. Address DR. P. STEINHART, USK West First street febi3yrdw Los Angelet, Cal. The irri- tation which induces conghinf im relieved by nee of "frown's Troches." Sold only to bom. Bronchial Wollee to Leave. Special to the GAZETTE.] SACRAMENTO, May special to the Bee from Auburn says Brown, the ex-convict who was shot last Friday night by Bill Clark in a low dive near died from the wound last night. The citizens are aroused, and have given Win. Rowland, proprietor of the place, notice to leave town. Not Brother. "BOSTON, May L. Daven- port this morning was shown a dis- patch from San Francisco announcing the suicide of W. H. Davenport, said to be a brother of Fanny Davenport. Mr. Davenport said: I'have but one brother, Harry B. Davenport, who is in New York, and two sisters, Fanny and May. This man I do not know." nysterlous DlHappearance. CHICAGO, May large force of detectives are scouring Lakeview this morning in the hope of finding some clue to the mysterious disappearance of Dr. P. S. Cronin So far no suc- cess has attended their efforts. A IKstrnrtlVB Plre. WINNIPEG, May C. A fire this morn- ing destroyed ten houses, including the Nickel Plate and Brooklyn Hotels and the Jewish Synagogue. The Methodist Church and several large buildings were badly scorched. Combines the juice of the Blue Figs oi California, so laxative and nutritious, with the medicinal virtues of plants known to be roost beneficial to the human tystem, forming the ONLY PEQ c-RCT REMEDY to act gently promptly on the KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS Cleanse the System Effectually, SO THAT PURE BLOOD, REFRESHING SLEEP, HEALTH and STRENGTH Maturally follow. Every one is using it ind all are delighted with it. Ask your Jruggist for SYRUP OF FIGS. Manu- factured only by the CALIFORNIA SYRUP CO, SAN FKAHr 10, CAL. K. Kv. NEW PARAGON Italian Peppermints! The "BREUNEtt" Kitchen Table is far superior to any oth- er made. It is the only table made that has the large draw- ers running on roll- ers, which makes it impossible for the drawers to bind when heavily load- ed with flour, as is the case with all other tables. Ask for the "BREUM TABLE." -FOR- Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Cramps, etc. Also a delightful perfume for the breath. Per Boi. FOR SALE by all DRUGGISTS. AND CONFKCTIONERS. Made only by H. FI81IER CO., 508 J Street, Sacramento. deczttfip TRUCKEE Livery anil Feel RENO, NEVADA' T. K. HYMBRS..........Proprietor TURNOUTS AND FINEST J? Saddle Horses. Careful attention given to transient stock. Boarders carefully looked after. octltl RICHARD HERZ, ....Headquarter! for Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry. For artistic de- signs, quality of workmanship and prices we are ahead. PJ Send for tions and prices mailed free to any address. JOH.N 608 K Street. [my6dw] Sacramento, California. BID FOR PLANS. BOARD OF REGENTS WIU, PAY X the sum of one hundred and fifty dol- for acceptable plans aud specifications; complete, for a dormitory building at the State University grounds at Reno, Nevada. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all plans withertit compensation therefor. Plans must be submitted on or before May 31st, 1889. For further information apply to GEORGE H. TAYLOR, may4m i Secretary Board of PARIS, May 6. Pen-in, who fired at President Carnot yesterday, was re- cently under treatment for insanity. The houses of sixteen Bonlangigts at Neuilly have been searched by the police. ______ Wtmurm PoMpoaetL GAZKTTE Special.] SACRAEBNTO, Hay 6. On account of the disagreeable weather the have been postponed from to-day til next Monday. 1 PO" ANY 1 of private disease. Sperma rhea, Nervous debility, Rheumatism, Syph- ilis, Scrofula, etc., which DR. LUOUFS GOLDEX REMEDIES TO OTTH.B. No mercury, no restriction of diet. Circu- lars lent. Correspondence answered prompt- ly. Address DK. D B. RICHARDS, No tttf Vat ick street. New York. mchi4dg ANDREW BENSON WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALBR in Mav and Grain. Corner Fourth and Sierra Streets, RENO. NEVADA. SWppuv and and scales fit of Sreatock. THE ONLY HOU8K IN KBNO Which makes a specialty of ENGRAVING, DIAMOND SETTING, FINE WATCH REPAIRING. Over Bepalredla Nevada. VIRGINIA 8T ......................JUSNO PALACE RESTAURANT, TN PALACE HOTEL, RENO, NEV. J. GODFREY, Proprietor. MEALS AT ALL HOURS DAY OR NIGHT. OYSTEdS IN KVIBY STYLE. public can rest assured that the Palace Restaurant trill be maintained in a first-class manner.________________adajtf A Bargain to Him who Talks Business Soon! A WELL IMPROVED, SEEDED AMD A well stocked farm In a picturesque lo- cation, for sale. Three hundred acres under cultivation; too acrea young timber land; xn acres now in grain; ju bead of 20 and cultivators. Good Dwelling House, Two barns, a graneiy, blacksmith shop, slaughter (act a moat complete outfit to.step into. The whole will be sold at a ruinouilylow price, owing to the necessary departure of the Par apply to C. C. WABNBB, Real Catate agent, I am prepared to show the most extensive and well selected stock of Merchant Tailoring Goods Everbronerht to Beno, and at LOW PRICES Business suits made to order, upward. Pants to order, up. All work done here under my own supervision, and a fit guaranteed. I have also an extensive stock of Furnishing Goods, Lovely AssriHincnt Hats, Silk And WOOLEN SHIRTS, TRUNKS and VALISES, and prices lower than ever or else- where. My price will compare the times S. JACOBS. 16 and 18 Virginia Street, Beno. The Reliable Dry Goods, Carpet and Cloak House Will dispose of the remainder of (heir Cloaks AT A GREAT SACRIFICE No Cloaks will be kept over for next season. This means bargains TUB EASTERN FLOWEK, FIELD AND GARDEN LOWEST PRICES SEEDS LOWEST PRICES PINNIGER'S DRUG STORK, Comer CHmercId Row and Virginia Street, P. Corner ftceond uid PRACTICAL PLUMBER, STEAM AND GAS PUT R ------DEALER INI --------HARDWARE, STOVES AND Manufacturer of Copper, Tin and Iron Ware. Agent for Old'a Hollow Steel Axle Farm Wagons, McCormick's Mow era and Beepers, and the Celebrated Patti Boad Carte. All Kinds of Farming Implements For Sale Cheap. _______________________________ apittf THIS PAPER? FINE JOB PRINTING VBKY CHBAP AT THg GAZETTE OFFICE.   

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