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Publication: Reno Evening Gazette July 1, 1890

Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 1, 1890, Reno, Nevada 'JOB WORK The Neatest, The Best, At the Gazette Office. Printed' Cheaper than the Cheapest. VOL. XXIX. COUNTY, NEYADA, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1890. NO. 79. MISCKLLAXKOUS. POWDER Absolutely Pure. This A marvel of purity, ttreniftfi and ytyoleRomeness Mure economical tliau the ordinary kind, and cannot bo In competition with the mul- titude of low-eat, short powders. Sold only In cans. BOYAL BAKING FOWDKB CO., 106 Wall street. Now York. anlly Superstition UoM'rnii many an action and will govern thlHoneof ours. It U generally believed that Friday Is an unlucky day, and lor that reason we luivo selected Friday and Saturday, July 4th 5th, As the days upon which hold onr next slaughter in prices, and Mill offer you bar- coloring a larger Held than ever be- fore To show vou that we mean business wo offer you on those two days Linen Torchon Lace, all widths, pr yd Worth from lOc to UOc. Valenciennes Lace, all wld'hs, peryd ortli from 10c to HaniburK Edging, per yd trora Sc to Worth twice the money. Crepe I.IBHO Knelling, extra quality Worth Irom 2So to 35c. Ladles All I.lnon Handkerchiefs, hem- stitched Children's Luce Collars, your choice of assortment Turkey Ked Dice Table Covers, estarday, and mm-ii damage from winds and light- ning is reported. In Gallatin, Tenn., the African Methodist Church was blown to pieces, and several of the congregation were seriously injured. At Catlettaburg, Ky., lightning set fire to the East Kentucky Normal School, which was completely destroyed. At Vanceburg, Ky., Jerry Searlea, his wife and child were killed by light- ning. At were flooded and trees thrown down. These storms have followed an excessively heated temperature, and have cooled the atmosphere somewhat. Dispatches from many points in Illi- nois, Iowa and Wisconsin, tell of the slight moderation in the temperature, but not enough to afford much relief. Prostrations are still very numerous, and there were quite a number of deaths at various points to-day. All the cities in the States named report an alarming increase in the mortality list, the weather being especially se- vere on children and invalids. A heavy shower at St. Louis checked the heated spell, but the sun soon poured its heat down with seemingly additional strength, and thethermom eter run up to the hundreds. Satur- day's prostrations numbered thirty- one. There were eleven yesterday, two of them fatal. In this city there were eight fatal cases of prostration yesterday. Tho preceding twenty four hours had marked the culmination of the almost unprecedented period of warmth. Ac- cording to revised police reports there were eighteen deaths from sunstroke and 117 other cases of beat prostra- tion Saturday, fully one dozen of which are pronounced critical: The County Hospital ia overcrowded. 5-fBDPU POIS01 FURNISHING GOODS, HATS BOOTS AND SHOES. 1SGO By Eating Pickled Mussels. A YOUNG MAX ASSASS1.V Clone Vote Expected. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, June gceat deal' of interest is felt here regarding the vote on Wednesday on the Federal Election bill. The pemocrata are solid agaiuat the bill, while the Republicans are not unanimous in its favor. JSwart of North Carolina and Lehlbach of New J-rsey (Hops.) have already made speeches against the bill, and Coleman of Louisiana will do so to- day. All three will vote against it, and there is ground for the belief that Cheadle of Indiana and Brower of North Carolina will join them. This change of five votes will reduce the Republican majority in the House from twenty to ten. Beside this, the Democratic leaders claim that at least twelve Republicans have agreed to dodge the vote, and they therefore claim that the bill will be defeated in the House. The Republican leaders in this McComas, Row- ell and that the bill will pass by at leant two majority, and perhaps more. More KmuKKled Chinese Captured. By Associated Press SAN FHANCISCO, Jnne Chron- icle's special from San Diego says that ten more Chinese were captured last night in the neighborhood of the Mex- ican line atTia.Juana, while endeavor- ing to reach that city from Lower Cal- ifornia. The capture was made by Deputy !ustoms Collectors Marsh and Good- rich, and the Chinauieu were placed in the county jail here early this unorn- ing. The men almost without money, and one of them is in a preca- rious condition from sickness, sup- posed to have been caused by hardship and exposure during their wanderings since they were landed by the steamer on Mexican territory. BIllH Approved. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, July President bas approved the naval appropriation bill, the invalid pension appropriation bill, the postoffice appropriation bill and the joint resolution providing temporarily for the expenditures of the Government. Another Tout of Courage. By Associated Press.] BALTIMORE, July Mur- rell and Mary McCormick were mar- ried here to-day. Murrell is beat known as the rescuer of the passen- gers of the sinking steamship Dan- mark. A Tramp Killed and Fed to Bears. My Summer Stock Is Now Complete, -------Consisting of------- 4- the Latest and Best Styles OF The Hill Farm Full or Ointment-Made from thn of the AWettae trw, or -Finns Ssblmwm" Is guaranteed for piles, salt rhiinin catarrh, burns, old Bores, etc. FrlSPaSct.TsofdbyWm Ptadigrer.' The orlirlnal and genuine-Abletlne preparations bear th Jac-ierotle aiguatnra of D. F. FBYJCB._____._____________ Olfl much people suffer from disorders o the nninary organs, and are always grati- fied at the wonderful effects of nr.J.H. Liver and Kidney Balm in ban- king their troubles. 00 bottle. "Our Family Physician." AHANPSOMELY BOUND BOOK OP 480 pages, giving of all diseases and recognized treatment according to four difierentschools; will save indoctor-s bills in one year. Given away with THE WEEKLY GAKBTTB one year fa. A By Associated Press.] DUNBAK July 1. The rescuers dug through into the Hill Farm mine at 3 :30 this morning, but before they had gone far fire and black damp were encountered, and the men quickly made their way out of the dangerous pit. The fana (hen started, and at 9 o'clock thie morning nine selected men, including three mine iuspectoiij, District Master Workman Watchorn and Superintendent Sill, stalled on a search for tho thirty entombed tnen. At 11 o'clock nothing had been heard from them. There is scarcely any hope of the imprisoned men being iilivu. It is certain now that the Hill Farm mine is full has been tail of muoko and deadly black damp. There peenis to be no doubt that the entombed miners are all dead, and now the ques- tion is whether their bodies can IK) ro covered. At 2 p. M. preparations wore being made for another descent into the mine. A carload of coflins arrived this morning. Mysterious By Associated Press.j SPOKANE FALLS, Vn., June 30. Last night Peter M. Johnson, u Dane, 24 years of age, accompanied by John Robinson and George Peterson, fellow-countrymen, were oti their way to their cabin, in the outskirts of tho city. Johnson's companions, who were walking one on each bide of him, were sii drieuly startled by bearing a shot fired, and at the same instant Johnson Tell with a bullnt-hole in his forehead. Death was instantaneous. two in MI wore seen to run off in the darkness at the time tbe shot wan fired, but could not be found. A Free-Trade Canard. By Cable and Associated BERLIN, July semi-official de- nial is made here of the statement published yesterday to the effect that the powers continental Europe, headed by Germany, had agreed to establish a mutual rcpreKsivo tariff against American importations if the McKinley bill now pending before the American Congress becomes a law. Germany has taken no steps to, coun- teract any possible injury to her Amer- ican trade by the enactment of the McKinley bill. Polnoned With Picklecl Mudsels. By Cable and Associated Press.] DBHT.IN, wife and four children of James O'Connor, a member of the editorial staff of the' United Ireland, have been fatally poisoned at a seaside watering place in the County of Dublin by eating pickled mussels. Another child and a servant who also ate of the mussels were pros- trated, but are now out of danger. HuntlnK for a By Associated Press.] SACRAMENTO, June author- ities are hunting for William Briggs, of Gault. who married Miss Alma Packard on 'June 18. Briggs, it io al- leged, has a wife and baby in Mis- souri, and five days after his marriage with Miss Packard disappeared, fear- ing exposure. i Probably Murdered. By Associated Press. SPANIBHTOWN June xxly of an unknown man was found near here yesterday by hunters. There were two bullet holes through the head and other evidences of foul play. The man was about 60 years of age, and near the body was found a pic- ture canvasser's outfit. A Pair of Brutes. By-Associated Press.} SEATTLE, July, Bogan and H. B. Mullin of San Francisco fought with gloves last night before the Seattle Athletic Club for the featherweight championship of the Pacific Coast. Began was knocked put in the thirteenth round. Trarapa to Home Vtte. I VIENNA, July owners of a traveling show, which included in its animals a number of beam, have been arrested at Treoschin, Hungary, on the charge of murderir-j tramp and throwing hie body to'the Tare, which devoured it. Men's and Boys' Clothing, Underwear, Socks, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, All Shades and Patterns, Collars, Cafe, Windsor Ties and Drie Bows, STOIW HATS STRAW HATS All grades ana color. All gwdee and A full line of J. B. Stetson Co. FINE HATS In all grades. A Large Assortment of Men's and Boys' Suspenders. SUNPERLAND'S 32 SO SHOE. MY STOCK OF 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 Prlco. Ladies' and Gent's Boots and Shoes made to order; Repairing neatly done. F. LEVY BROTHER. Dry Goods Used at All Times, Be it Ever So Little. But not at all times can dry goods be bought at prices like We Are Selling Them Jtfow. Don't stop to ask those who have bought bargains of us, Come Yourself, Bring Your Cash, Because It Is Cash We Are After. And We Will Astonish You, We will make your dollar buy more goods at our store than of any other store on the Coast. We don't offer one article at a low price and hang on to high prices on other goods. All Our Goods, Every Single Article WITHOUT RESERVE Must and Will Be Sacrificed People out of town can save a whole lot more besides traveling expenses by attending our great sale personally Those indebted to us please pay up at once, or we shall be obliged to enforce collection. IBRO., IReno, Nevada. SPAPFRf ;

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Publication: Reno Evening Gazette

Location: Reno, Nevada

Issue Date: July 1, 1890

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