Reno Evening Gazette, July 17, 1890

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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 17, 1890, Reno, Nevada JOB WORK The Neatest, The Best, j At the Gazette Offlco. I ENVELOPES Printed. Cheaper than the Cheapest. VOL. XXIX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1890. NO. 92. MISCELLANEOUS. HEAVY RAINS IN INDIA Our Riflemen Warmly Greeted. POWDER Absolutely Pure. A cream of tarter hiking powdnr. HlglK-Ht of nil In Tt-avenJnff fltrength. U. N. Gaofrninfiit Report, Aug. 19, 1889. A (HUMUS- FAMILY CUHUTED. Barns and Horses Destroyed j in California. I startled everybody, by declaring that he waa opposed to prayer at the open- ing of the of the conttresH, and [IP proceeded to give his reasons, caus- ing no little discomfort among the and toligious people pres- ent. he said, "teaches us to love our enemies. Now the first a parent does is to place the eld- est boy in the army, where he is taught to uin his enemies through." The speaker went through a of similar arguments and drew the con- clusion therefrom that either religion or its expounders were a failure. Italian Padrone Sys- tem Discussed. Woalttoy Young German Ac- cidentally Sfcpt. THE- Fair Store! A Large Crayon Portrait of Your- self FREE OF CHARGE. In to mlvorllse our more and in a det manner, IIBVU tiocidnd to pi onrctiHtnmcri ;i splendid onUrged por- trait oryonrsclf or I'riond. The condi- tions on whifli reomve this beau- tiful inn) appropriate glfi are oxce. cl- ingly light usid worthy your considur- atlon. We Will State Them in Few Words: Buy 00 worth of goods by paylnj; us vury dish prioos und lbt> deoil H You can ttion furnish us wi-h a ciiMiio: photo, panel, tintype or oil.or pictiiro of yourstilf or friend oml wo will have iu onlarged at once, i it lo you iv'wc.lulolv free of oharfcu. The picture will bo 14x17 ami the fruinu 25x28 mohes, ihu Ijltor buinn of denlcti in antique stoel bronze or K'lt. Tlioso pictures are from UIB wiuilio of ono ol the best arti-sls In OhU-nuo.and novor nold for lu.ss thun or 815 willioiu framos. llHineiuuer, WH do not usk you to buy lartfB bills at uny one litno, but will lurnish you wllb a card, on tho margin of which arc placud HKUTMI of convenient amounts, from 2T> cents to a total of When you make.a pin chase wo punch out a set of tlnsa figures, nnd when all aro punched out wo will pr.-seut you with tun picture. Call at cur store and see a sample of the work, .imi pleasodo nniTnruot that WH uive Hi ploiuin of "YOURSELF, WIFE CHILD. FRIEND. FATHEH, MO TUTOR. SWEETHKAKT, or last, but n" least.MOl'HER-IN-LAW, free of oliartrn. "A thing of beauty is a joy Tlio Kehrlne By Associated Press.1 NEW YOHK, July Washing- ton special says: An important state- ment has Ix-en auide ou excellent authority in explanation of tho delay attending tho transmission of the JJt'hring Sea coirespondunce to Con- gress, in accordance with the resolu- tion recently adopted by tho H-MIHH of Representatives. It is now under- stood that lilaine has caused the delay in order that an important dispatch which he has prepared iu reply to Lord Salisbury's latest representations should appear among the documents when they are made public. This di'-p.itch was written by Mr. Blaiue several days ago and forwarded to Minister Lincoln for delivery to the KiiHlish Secretary of State for Foreign All'.urs. It is understood that a copy of it is already in the hands of the State officials, but courtesy between the two nations forbidd the publication t of any part of it in advance of its re- ceipt by Lord Palinbury. A failure to .Hake n By Associated Press.] BOSTON, July 7. is announced that a scheme whereby all soda water and beer apparatus interests in the United States were to be amalgamated into a trust and sold to English The Special to Uie CHIUO July telephone disiiatch received this morning from the Glenn ranch state? that three barns and 43 head of valuable work- horses were destroyed last night by tiro. The horses wero valued at ifC.OOO, and the barns at the same amount; insurance, The fire in supposed to have resulted from care- less smoking. A n hole Family Cremated. Ily Associated Press.] QUEDKC, July 2 o'clock this morning a fire broke out in tho bar- room owned by Delamenge Oulette. After the fire was extinguished it was discovered that a family of five, con- sisting of Pierre Moranda, vife and three children, were burned to death in an upper Btory. Heavy Prevail In India. By Cable and Associated CALCUTTA, July rains prevail in Darjeeling district and a part of the country is flooded. Bridges have been washed away in many LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Mtartllnjg Announcement. 500 ladies balbrigan undershirts at 25cts eacli, worth 50cts. pair childs full-finished stock- ings, a pair, worth 25cts. 500 pair Misses full-finished stock- ing, a pair, worth 200 pair ladies full-finished Block- ings, a pair, worth 25cts. 50 large-size white bed-spreads, 7octP, worth zOO yards Oriental laces, Sets a yrd., wortli lOcts. 200 yds. Oriental laces, lOcts a yd., worth 25cts. 300 yds. Oriental laces, IScts a yd., worth 300 yds. Oriental laces, 25cts a yd., j worth 50cts. 'yds. of French laces, yard I wide, plain brown and blue, only Sets a yd., woith locts. "Above named goods be closed out at once, hence those telling reduc- tions. Nevada Cash Store. M. S. ROSENTHAL, Proprietor. SAM KMIIIOII, Manager. l.uMt Winter's Wtoc.U ?.r. E. Ward received a letter this uioininK E. W. Crutcher, the most of whose stock ranged in the noitliern part of Hnmboldt county, aiiying that the rodeos Showed that he had lost fully 50 per cent of his horses and 90 per cent, of his cattle. Should the above losses prove an average in that section, it will amount to just about a clean up of the horned-cattle, for the remnent will hardly pay to look after. A. Wcarth of This spell of hot weather has appar- ently paralyzed the sinuous arms of Justice. Either the delinquents are routing beneath the shadows of shel- tering sagebrush or the vags and tramps who have come into Reno have succumbed to the heat, a number, in fact, having located their assyrian touts alongside the Truckee river. Meanwhile Justice Young is cooling his pedal extremities and keeping onl a weather eye on tho situation. railio.iil teen established Governments. A repeal of tho irrigation law would, Call said, open that vast area of arid lands of square miles to the opera- ion of foreign syndicates, who will seize much of it under the desert land and timber land laws, and the people would be deprived 'of their use and occupation. Moody argued in favor of the amend merit, and spoke of its transceudaut importance to the people of South Da- kota. He ridiculed the pretensions of Major Powell, and spoke of him as a Tycoon of uiaiiy who knew as much about the arid lands of the West as he did about the mountains of the moon, and not one whit more. The region in which he (Moody) lived, and for hundreds of miles west of it, which Major Powell designated as arid land, was as fine an agricultural country as the aun ever shone upon. There was not an acre of desert land in it; it was as well watered as any part of New England or as the State of New York. He denied, however, that these lands were withdrawn from settlement under the construction given the irrigation act. If they had been, the people of South Dakota would make themselves heard iu Congress.__________ Another Minnesota Mtorm. By Associated ST. PAUL, July heavy storm visited different parts of the Slate last evening. At Redwing and Lake City there was a heavy, beating which is thought to have done great claaage to crops. Marine, a little town near Stillwater, well as Stillwater itself, were re- city, where it playpd havoc ith pro-i- erty fora few minuter, but fortunately j there wns no loss of life. The. storm struck there at o'clock, rind for a I few moments the southern limits of the suburb were wrapped in (Sense j clouds of mist, driving before u furious gile, cyclonic conditions Large j crowds of people had been on the look- j out, and there was the vnldect conster- nation. The storm veered to the east and .passed on. A two story brick building was together like an j egg shell. The Iocs will piobably'I'nch I I By Associated Press.] I ST. PAUL, July the Faum-is' j Alliance and United Labor Convention this morning the first business the leport of the Committee on Resolu- tion's, which was adopted. ,It demands that tne war be.radically re- vised, especially denouncing the Mc- Kinley bill as the "crowning infamy of protection demands the Govern- ment control of railroads; favors an increase in the volume of money; and demands the free coinage of silver. The first ballot for a candidate for Governor resulted: Ignatius Don- nelly, 172; C. J. Hall, 170; Nelson, 56; Daniel Buck, 17; General J. H. Baker, 5; Piukham und Gamble, em-h; Owen lUhilly, llerriiigton and Ann- strong, 1 each. KUKMSHING GOODS. HATS T1OOTS AND SHOES. My Summer Stock Is Now Complete, of------- "V The Latest and Best Styles 4 OK Men's and Beys' Clothing, Underwear, Socks, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, All and Patterns, Collars, Cnfis, Windsor Tics and Dude Rows. 8T3AW HATS All grades and colors A LAJIGE .ASSORTMENT OP Men'n, Boys and Children's STRAW HATS All ud colors. Will be paid to any competent cbomlat who wfll Bud, on analysis, a partlclo of Mercury, Potash, or other poleons in Swift's Specific (S. 8. S.) AN BATING SORE Hendareon, Tex., Aug. S3, 18M.- "For eigh- teen months 1 hud an eating sore on my tongue. I was heated by t'.io beat locul physicians, but obtained no relief, tno gradually growing worse. I concluded tfniUly to try S. S. S., und was entirely cnrcd after nsinz a few bottles. You have my cheerful perraleElon to publish tho above statement for the benefit of these afflicted." C. B. MoLEUOBB, llcnderson.Tex. Treatise on Blood and Stan Diseases mailed free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Qg. S S S fflerry-Go-Round! fflerry-Go-Round! The Jolliest Fmi for both old and Young, A full line of J. B. Stetson Co. FINE HATS In all grades. A Fine Stock_of_SM HATH the A Large Assortment of Men's Boys' Suspenders. "SDNMRLAND'S S2 SO SHOE. .MY STOCK OK 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 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._______________ Dou't fail to take it joy it in and en- On the Plaza, Ojpjite Engine House Every afternoon at 2 o'clock, and in ihe evening from 7 till 10 p. The Most Enjoyable Attrac- tion in Reno, Hop around and see Reno's resi- denters riding and side-saddling the perambulating circus. 'Twill make you laugh and nrlil your sides. Enough said. F. SHEEP DIP! SHEEP DIP! SHEEP DIP CaliforniaNon-Poisonous Loads! Others Follow ite at i lie Fair. CALIFORNIA NON-POISONOUS 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, at our as ported wiped out, but the latest atf- vicea contradict that report. The worst effect of the torcado was ia North St. Paul, a suburb Of It is a sure cure for SCAB usod as directed. Price, oo per Gallon. Hl innrount to for circulars and SOP our t'jst moiilals. 1- OT nalu by J. S. SHOEMA.KEB CO., aw PROFESSOR ALFRED Givos thorough iusti-uction in Vocal and Instrumental Music i Orders Brookins' may be Keno. WILLIAM left nt C. -7. BROTHER. BEEF, PORK, mi, ETC. Am prepared lo futniih the vocals at the lawrot living oov29 Cor. We will make your dollar buy more goods 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 Qoods, Every Single Article WITHOUT RESERVE Must and Will Be Sacrificed AT SLAUGHTERING PRICES! 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 shall be obliged to enforce collection. we F B.RO., Heno, Nevada. l SPAPFRf "SPAPERJ ;

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