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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 5, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                JOB WORK The Neatest, The Best, At the Gazette OfSca. ENVELOPES Cheaper than the Cheapest. VOL. XXIX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1800. jtfO. 82. Vailcv, Douglas county, Nevada, to the wile of John Dunlan, a daughter. Carson Valley, county. Nevada, to the wife of Henry >lrlt- man, a daughter. MAHKIKU. In Reno, Nevada July 3. Isaac Welch and Miss Kita Stokes S.i -r.iiiiento Cal July Charles J. iJonolini-, n of Michael and Delia Oonohtie, dijed 17 years, late of Reno, Nevada. POWDER Absolutely Pure. A cniiii) tartar baking powdor. t'.S. Unrrrninent Any. IP, Superstition Governs msny an action and will govern thin one of ours. It la generally believed that Fri'lay is an unlucky dav, and lor that reason aoleotetf Friday and Saturday, July 4th 5th, the days upon which to hold our next slaughter prices, and will olTor you bar- gains covorlnK larger Held than ever bo- foro. To allow you that wo mean business we oflor you on those two Linen Torchon I.aco all yd Worth from to-viOo. ValoncluniiuB I.ncc, all wld 1m, peryd w ortli from lOo to 2 Hamburg per yrt from to... Worth twlie thn money. Crone I.IHII RnehlnR. oxtra quality Worlh Horn 'itc to AU I.lnon HandkerchlefD, hem- stitched. 15 Children's I.aco Collars, your choice of large amtortment Turkey Red Tnble Covers, soxTU, extra heavy, each......................... HJ Turkey lied Table Covers, soxid, ov- tra quality fringed................... 1 25 Adamantine PliiH, tuo for n> Cloth-bound the best authors Paper-coven-d liooks, by boat authors Beat Flint Glass Uoblits, pt-r doi....... Acme Chimneys, 3 for........ An extra large lliioofcrockory, gl'isswaru fancy goods, etc., at equally low rates. Jtememher these prices are lor these two days only and spot cash Is onr secret for seldBg gooda cheaper thnn our competitors. Just for Pun ".'-W We Rt and It Is Unit thirteen laamjnlncky nnmbur, wo mnko tho follow- ing offers: will a present of a nlco doll to every child In Its 1.1th year who will come to the store on cither one of these days anil register hie or her name In a book kept for the purpo 10 will mnke a present of a nice oil painting to nny person whoso bill figures an even 13 dollars iniilUpIo thoronf. Third-To any pnrtv of 13 widows who oomelnaRronp ou either Friday or Srtur- day we will make each and all a present out of onr glassware assortment. any party of orphans ac- companied by both their parents, we will present each one with a deed to a lot In liy- land'a Addition to lioiio any party of old maids between 30 and 40 who will come on Friday, .we will present each one with an entire outfit of kitchen inrniture, and do what we can help them find husbands. Yours for fun or money. to THK.. The W.F. IMS IN LINE. A Kansas Procession of Material Advance in English Miners' Wages. The on the Kxclualon Act. By Associated Press.l AVAHHUNQTON, July 5 Sec- retary Batchelder has issued the follow- ing instructions iu regard to the re- entry into the United Stales of Chinese after a visit to China: -who are laborers are, under the Act .of Od- tobcr nUojutely'tiebarrejl from landing in the United States, unless it be for transit across United Slates ter- ritory under the department regula- tions of July, September and Decem- ber, 18SO. not laborera and who itay have heretofore resided in tho United States, are not prevented by the existinn laws or treaty from returning to the United States after visiting China or elsewhere. No cer- tificdtes or other papers, however, are issued either by the department or any of its subordinate officers to show that they are land in the United States, but -it is suggested that such persons should, before leav- ing the United States, prcvide them- selves with such proofs of identity as may be deemed pro'per, showing they N wind led By Associated Press.J 'l BRAVER FALLS, Pa., July Shannon, a wealthy farmer, was swin- dled out of by a couple ot sharp- era at the old game of bunco. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BRBYITIES. Local and General Intelliconce. Politics are beginning to buzz along the line, and the hum of the button- holer is heard in the land. That new electric mast at the west end of the C. P. depot is a most needed improvement of that locality. Should your watch or clock need cleaning or repairing take it to Marcus Fredrick who will make it keep time like a chronometer. The that Frank Bell was engaged in contracting -a 'tplegraph. and telephone lino between Truckee and Tuhoe City proved unauthentic. Read the new ad of the f'alaoe Drycoods and Carpet house in to-day's GAZETTE. Great reduction in all the departments of their immense stock. The military procession and mar- tial bearing of the Virginia detatch- ment of the National Guard was particularly noted and commented on yesterday. On and after this date the Reno will -make up at A. M., a lock-pouch for Sin Francisco, which will he sent on the 9 A. M. passenger. No way mail taken. 4f> The first drawing of Hrinan Fred- rick's watch club No. 2 will take place this evening at o'clock; also, Ihu regular drawing of club No. 1. Let all members of both clubs be on hand and see who are to be the fortunate ones. Jolmns' Ball of Virginia City, who lately lout the sight of''Iris light eye through the hunting of a bottle he Cellars Flooded Crops Destroyed: New Spanish Population of Boston. iave been residents of the States, and that they arc not laborers, so'that they can present tho same to ind be identified by the Collector of 'uatoms'at the port where they" may return. Third-'-Cln'nese persons not laborers, who may come to the United States or the first time, are only entitled to and upon compliance with Section 3 of the act of July 5, 1S84, which pre- scribes that such persons "shall obtain xsrmission of and be identified as so jntitled by the Chinese Government, such other foreign government, of which, at the time, such Ciiinese per- ons shall be subject in such a case to >e .evidenced by a certificate iasoed by- such government. The certificate shall be in the English language and shall show snch permission, with the name of the benefltted person in his or her proper signature, etc." United was water, in Knapp's SoMa Factory, Virginia City, has had the defective optic removed by a surgical operation in San Fran- cisco, in order to save the sight of the remaining eye. The fire laddie's ball at the Pavilion last evening was the crowning success of the Fourth. The spacious edifice was full to overflowing with the stjil worth gallantry and feminine beauty of Reno, reinforced by visiting contingents from neighboring towns. The music was excellent and the light fantastic was tripped till the early imitiu hours. The ball was an un- qualified success. Mllvep By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, July Republi- can members of the conference com- mittee on the silver bill were in session to-day. It was the intention to hold' a regular conference, but Representa- tive Bland of the House conferees and Senator Harris of the Sennte conferees were absent. The principal topic dis- cussed, it is understood, in rejMrd to the Amount of silver to be purchased monthly, whether it shall be ounces or A proposition to strike out the bullion redemption feature was also a snbjjct of some dis- cussion, but no final decision on either point was arrived at. A 9IunHter Dy Associated Press.] KJIPORIA .'uly 5. The Farmers' Alliance and other kindred organizations nnited In one of the grandest demonstrations to day ever held in this city. There was a pro- cession five miles long, people being in attendance. No such a turn- out of farmers was ever before wit- nessed in this part of the State. The speakers were L. L. Polk, President of the National Alliance, Ralph Beau- mont and other prominent members. statement. By Associated Press NKW YOKK, July weekly bank shows a reserve de- crease of a specie increase ol and the banks now hold in exca-B the rule. Mb (Mf MOST PERFECT MADE. Fromthe Professor of Chemistry, California College of Pbarmaey. SAN FRANCISCO. JANUARY 24. 1889. 1 have made a careful analysis of a sample of Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder purchased bv me in open market. The results of my analysis show that the Cream of Tartar used in its manufacture is pure, and that it does not con- tain any foreign subotances, such as Alum, Ammonia, Lime or other imparities. 1 consider it to he pure and wholesome, and in every _ ___ way a superior article. T, W. P. Ph. M., ?h. G. PERSONAL Allen C. Bragg left last night for San Diego on a health "seeking ex- pedition. Mrs. K.S Oaburn and son lett this morning for San Francisco where they will spend the heated term. Dr. A. Dawson returned this morn- ing from a health seeking trip to San Francisco, considerably improved. Eugene Lee, the well known Reno boy, is engaged in San Francisco, in the electrical manufacturing business. Mrs. Wilcor, Mrs. Burkett and Mrs. Lindsey of Careon, were in town yesterday on a visit to Mrs. M. D. Cal vert of the Tretnont House. District Attorney W. D. Jones of Lander county, and Henry Mayen- banm, the Austin attorney, were in town this morning on their way to Carson on legal business. A JMeaHter. A private letter from Lovelock to the Board of Trade says the Southwest Company's darn has eone out, and the valley is again left without water for irrigating. After the two years of scarcity caused by the dryness of the seasons this is a rsal disaster, and our neighbors have the sympathy of the eulire State. At this time the suggestion again becomes pertinent that all the com- panies combine to go higher up to where rock hanks can be found, and bring one canal down for the whole valley. This wou-d bring in a large lot of new land and make a town of Lovelot'k, adding wealth to the valley. The Board of Trade has interviewed Mr. Mills, head of the railroad land department, aud he has assured them that any railro.'d land that could be covered would be sold to settlers, or to the c mal company at no advanced pi ice, and that alone would make a big start towards furnishing capital: Surely a lot of sensible men can find a wav to agree upon so plain a proposi- tion. Police Court. Since Thursday last Judge Young has docketed twelve arrests, a rather plentiful harvest for the fragrant Fourth. Eleven were jugged on the time-honored charge of drunk and dis- of the delinquents being Indians and the balance belonging to the nobler while race, unfortunately subject to such trifling defects like their copper-colored brethren. The twelfth man, named Wm. Weaver, was arrested on the serious charge of selling whisky to Indians. Picnic at Donner Lake. The Young Men's Institute will give their annual picnic at Donner Lake on Wednesday, July 23d. Those wishing to go should purchase their tickets eoon, as the number is limited. JAMES GRIFFIN, J. B. CANE, JAMES P. L. FLANNAQAK, W. M. CBONAN, Managers. Report IMseon tinned. The Journal has discontinued tak- ing the Press dispatches. The public does not seem to appreciate the efforts both papers have been making to fnr- nUh the litest Nnndwloli Iitland Special to the GAZETTB.! SAN FRANCISCO, July steam ship Maripoaa arrived to-day, twenty five days from Sydnev aivl seven days from Honululu. Hawaiian advices state that on June 17th King Kala- kua appointed John Adams Cummins Minister of Foreign Jbno- than Austin, resigned; Godfrey Browu, Minister of Fianance, vice S. M. Da- mon, resigned; Charles .N. Spencer, Minister of the Interior, vice Lor in A. Thurston, resigned; and Arthur P. Peterson, Attorney-General, vice C. W. Ashford. On Friday, June 13th, Noble Wide- man introduced a resolution in the Legislature declaring that WHEREAS, It was apparent that the constitutional advisers ot the King were irreconcilably divided against themselves, and it being impossible to heal the dissensions in a manner con- ducive to the best interests of the kingdom except by a dissolution of the Cabinet, it was Eesolved, That the Assembly mark its dissatixfaction with the existing state of affairs by declaring a want of confidence in the Ministry. Previons to the introduction of the resolution Minister Austin replied to charges made against him in the ma- jority report of the Committee on For- eign Affairs, which have been hereto- fore referred to in these dispatches, denying that he disobeyed the in- structions of the House to lay before it the documents of a proposed treaty with the United States, or that he had abstracted important documents in re- lation to the matter. On the introduction of the resolution Representative Brown stated that there was a greater principle at stake than the integrity of the Ministry, viz. that the minority should not rule, and offered the following amendatory reso- lution: WHEREAS, Minister Ashford bad ad- vised the King to refuse to follow the advice of a majority of the Cabinet, which, by the advice of the Attorney- General, the Supreme Court passed upon and declar.-d illegal and uncon- stitutional, but the Attorney-General had persisted in his advice to the King, it WOH Resolved, That such au assertion of the principle of the right of the minor- ity to rule was subsersive of a consti- tutional representative Government, and that the action of the Attorney- General was deserving of the severest censure and condemnation of the House, which did tberebv declare its lack of confidence in him, A protracted and warm debate fol- lowed, in which the Attorney-General and some members of the Legislature took the ground that that body could get rid of one member of the Ministry only by passing a vote of want of con- fidence in the whole Cabinet. The vote on Brown's amendment resulted 24 to 24, a tie vote, all elective members of the House, including the President, voting. The Cabinet, how- ever, promptly resigned. Flooded Conn try.. By Associated Press.] PAKKEKSBURO (W. July the fourth destructive storm of the week passed over this locality yester- day, flooding cellars, damaging streets and sweeping away the crops. The sudden heavy rainfall deluged the Kauawha and Muskingiim valleys. An unofficial estimate places the dam- ages in Muskingum valley at Much of this was to the Government works for the improvement of naviga- tion. feiprlnter'H Kecord Carson of the 3d imit. says: The footrace nt the Cireon race troch last Hveninp attracted a good crowd, and provad.ibe fastest and ran at Ing ever seen in Nevada. Althousb eloely d by Gibson. Johnsou showed that he was wtli out) to the claim of lining sprinter of tho for he won both ol J25 yards each in 12 1-4 and 12 1-6, 'which beats the world's record. Is the Tribune quite sure that the "quarter post" was not moved? CHURCH'XOTICES. TRINITY service, sermon and holy communion at HA. M. A vested cholt will rondur the musical portions of t lie Sun- day school al P. M. Evening song without a sermon at M. BAPTIST at the Baptlnt ohnroh at It A. M. and p. M., by the John Rnrr. Morning of the evening sui'jpct, At- tractive Power of Christ." FURNISHING GOODS. HATS BOOTS AND SHOES. USQO My Summer Stock Is flow (Complete, Consisting of The Latest and Best Styles 4 OF- Men's and BQVS' Clothing, Underwear, Socks, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, AH Shades and Patterns, Collars, Cufis, Windsor Ties aud Bows. Kntlre New Cabinet. By Cable and Associated Press.) MADRID, July 6 new Cabinet has been formed: Prime Minister, Canovas del Castillo; Foreign Affairs, Duke of Tetuan Fiuancp, Cosgayon Interior, Silvcla; Justice, Vlllaverd: Commerce, Isaoa; War, General Az- carraga; Marine, Admiral Berenger; Colonies, Fabre. ___ BoMton'a Population. By Associated Press.] BOSTON, July Supervisor Wad- lin of the Census Bureau gives as tin official estimate of Boston's population, The figures of 1880 were __ _ A Material Advance. By Cable and Associated LONDON, July The of the Northumberland miners have been In- creamed per cent. This makes on' advance of 30 per cent, within s, few months. Races. By Cable and Associated LONDON, July The Princes of Wales stakes at Kempton Park to-day was won by the Deuce of Clobs. TheKeoipton International 2-year- was won by St. Oyr. Bad Centum Work. A man from Incline, situated in the southwest corner of Washoe county, who snent the Fourth in Keno, is au- thority for the statement that at the above and oilier smaller eumpa in the vicinity at least 200 were missed by the enumerator, ho having failed to visit that part of tho county. A Virginia City Five. Yesterday afternoon a fire on the Divide between Virginia and Goli! Hill consumed a stable, sixteen horncs, two cows and quite a quantity of hay. benidea several dwellings and ou't- biiildings. The estimated loss in not learned. STSAWHATS All grades and colors A LARGE ASSORTMENT Men's, Boys and Children's IT About tn Travel or Tho voyager, cannot bo provided with safer remedy protective medicine ihun IFostetter's Stomncli Hitters. Abundant testimony exists to piovo that It nullifies linrtful climatic Influences and tlio effects of exposure, that it reconciles the stomach to unaccustomed food, mid presents In- urlous results from Impure water Mar- .nora, tourists, emigrants and liavc all contributed their quota of testimony n Its uulmlf, and Its jirotectho Inllnenee has been iiinat effectually dcmoiialrnU-d "n regions and under conditions where, f not really affective, that fact would have .one since been exposed. In no clues ol disorders have Its remedial aul preventive properties been more ronsplcloinly shown :hanlu cases of malarial levers, maladies for which it IB th most popular specific in existence, both here and in the tropics, where Its reputation Is scarcely second to that which It enjoys on this continent, it is, moreover, a most agreeable appetizer and nervine. Sly My patrons are hereby notified that have moved my cigar and tobacco business from the Co-skes building lo tnynewet ore next to John Siinderland'a clothing where will be" >leasedtosee all in want of my line of goods. A. NELSON. Thront Bronrhls.1 Troches" act directly on the organs of the polce. They have an ext.aordlnary effect nail disorders of the throat. A ST. I.OUI8 PHYSICIAN, Be Tests California His Huport. A St. Louis Rontlemau whose affliction was sick headaches was so surprised at tbelr euro by Vegetable Saraaparilla, that ho called it to the attention of a relative, who happened to be Dr. t. A. Barrett, the well- known St. Jxmls physician of 2652 Bhcnan- doah Street Tho doctor saw lit once that it differed from the potash preparations iu that it was purely vegetable, and becoming Inter- estcd, began a scries of investigations, and in a subsequent letter candidly admitted iti curative properties, aud says: Wishing to test virtues furrhW, I used It in my own family, and piest-rlbe'l It for patients who required a Konernl system regulator. As a result, I can sny It is au almost absolute euro for constipation, bil- iousness, dyspepsia, and sick headaches. These troubles usually come from a disturbed condition of the stomach and bowels, and Joy's Vegetable Sarsntmrllla Is the best laxative and stomach regulator I have ever seen, and as a general system corrective is almost perfection. [Signed] F. A. BAKKKTT, M. 2662Shenamlouli St., St. KEEP TO THE EIGHT. Do not Imposed on by any of the numerous Imitations, rabctttalM, etc., which an flooding the world. Then 10 only one Swift's Specific, and there Is nothing like it Onr remedy con- tains no Mercury, Potash, Arsenic, or any pois- onous substance whatever. It bnllds np the gen- eral health from the Hist doee, and has never failed to eradicate contagions blood poison and ita effects from the system. Be sore to get the genuine. Bend yoot for oar Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases, which will be mailed fae. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta. On. THE PALACE ..IS.... RENO'S LEADING HOTEl ..IT HAS.... Light funny Fine Billiard Parlor AL WHITE, J. J. GRANT, Proprietor. Manager. Bvery Attention Paid to mviStf Pnjalclaa." HANDSOMELY BOUND BOOK OF 480 iV giving nyroptoms of and recognized treatment according to four different schools: will save in doctor's bills in one year. Given away with TIIBWEEKLY GAZBTTS AMD STOCKMAN one year 7. A STRAW HATS All grades and colon. A full line of J. B. Stetson Co. FINE HATS In all grades. HITS of the A. Large Assortment of Men's and Boys' Suspenders. SDNDERLAND'S S2 5O SHOE. BnttoUftCoiress 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 Tr 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 Now. 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 Gootfs, Every Single Article WITHOUT RESERVE Must and Will Be Sacrificed AT SLAUaHTERING PRICES! ACCU-rC everywhere for fc" O the National Capital Building and Ixjan Society, Rookery Building, Chicago, 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. BRO., Heno, Nevada. INEWSPAPERif NEWSPAPER!   

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