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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 18, 1890, Reno, Nevada JOB WORK The Neatest, The Best, At the Gazette Office. ENVELOPES Cheaper than this Cheapest. VOL. XXIX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, FRIDAY, JULY MIRCRf.r.AXKOSJS. IVBSTBRN UNION JThe New York Office Nearly Destroyed. BiUVK SEW YOKK FIKEMEfl Save POWDER Absolutely Pure. r. A cream of tartar 'oiMng Hictheitt nt all in leavening U. .V. (i'jvi-rnmcnt JRrport, Ana. 188'J. lu, Seven Lives at Great Personal Risk. Tne. Associated Press Lose tjieir instruments. -AT TH1 Fair Store! were A Large Crayon Portrait of Your- self FREEOFCHARGE. In order to adverti.se our hu-.itie-.t inoro bXtonstively urul in a dosirabln iimnnoi, havu iltKMdml to prest-nt. oiireustomorN splendid enlnrgml pur- tnut, ol'yourvtlf or friend. The condi- tions on which you reuelve this liful and appropriate gift aro oxc-Hrd- iiiKljr light and worthy your consider- ation. We Will State Them in Few Words: I'O worth of (joods by jmyinj> us Uio vory 1'iwiHt c.tsh pnros and ilond is done. Y'lil ciin then us acalilnet pboto, pnnol, tintype "i uilior picMironf yournolfor IrioiKi wo will tiiivfjs at und u in'.you a jttolutely Iree Tho Nly.4 of the picture will be 14x17 Inches and thu Iramn 25x28 mulie.s, iho letter being of huo iu antique steel bronxe or mlt. Th< so pictures itre from tho studio of ono of the bust artists In Chicago, ami were sold for than or wilhoiii, 1'rainnH rUiuiemnor, we do not ask you to buy bills at imy one tune, bin will furnish you with a card, on the margin of whloli are plact-d figures of oou.vHuioiu timuuntH, 25 cents to a total of When you make a purchase we punch out a set of ihi-so tiguros, and when Mil are punched out we will pioseiit you with iho picture. Call at cur store and Heo a Mini pin of work, and pica-id do not fnruot that bic'ino of YOURSELF, WIFE. CHILD. FATHER, MOTHER, SWKKl'HISAKT, or IHMI, no loast.MortlKK-IN-LAVV, fceo All exit had by HUH time been cut hi-mity is a off whereby these persons could escape, r-" bo moor for home they weio not awaro of their peril i i WttHierti tturuvct. By Associated J NKW YOKK, July Western Union Telegraph building caught fire at 7 o'clock this morning. The roof. ARlJ "HO'VVEVF'K NO r1 flumes were shooting out of the OBLIGED to piir-jl.atu a franiH at Hi.! front windows und volumes of smoke or you mir.-h It at home I puffed heavenwuid, when the ureat store. TnIH tloi t> not matter to 111; Sjll yoi', i 1'iowd in the streets saw the men und frame at co-f il vim wish it. women rush out on tho roof. A cry of Yours honor went up, for it did not seem i possible they could be rescued. j The women screamed and wrung i their hands, and the men yelled: For God's sake, do something to save RENO, W. F. Tie Fair Store, NEVADA. I Jel6 WILLIAM DIXON BROTHER. BEEP, Ml'TTOS, PORK, VEAL, ETC. Are prepared to furnish the be-st ments at the lowest living mtes LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. A long ladder was placed against the rear of the burning building, but it diet not reach within fifty feet of the roof. Undaunted, however, two firemen scaled the ladder and threw a rope up. It was caught and tied by one of the I brave girlf, and tho firemen pulled I themselves up, hand over hand, until StiOST PERFECT MADE. STATE ASSAY OFFICE. 1 have analysed DR. PRICK'S CREAM BAKING POWDER bought by me in op-.c market and have found it Iree from Alum and Ammonia and containing no Ueletcri'M ingredients of any kind. It makes ifine (light bread, and I can recommend it to all wishing pure and wholesome food. LOUI3 FAI.K.3NAU, formerly State Assayer, San Francisco, Jan. 25.1889. 500 ladies balbrigan undershirts-sit 25cts each, worth SOcts. pair childs full-finished stock- ings, a pair, worth 2auts. 500 pair Misses full-finished stock- ings, a pair, worth 200 pair ladies fall-finished stock- ings, islets a pair, worth 25cts. 50 large-size white bed-spreads, 75cts, woith 200 yardi Oriental laces, Sets a yrd., worth lOctH. 200 yds. Oriental laces, lOcts a yd., worth 25cts. 300 vds. Oriental laces, 15cts a yd., worth 300 ydn. Oriental laws, 25cl8 a yd., worth 50cts. yds. of French lawns, yard wide, plain brown and blue, only Sets a yd., worth 15cts. Above named goods must be closed out at once, hence those telling reduc- tions. Nevada Cash Store. M. S. ROSKNTHAL, Proprietor. SAM KMRJCH, Manager. PRICK'S ILOSS At Oplilr by the Late Jtcnervulr Accident. Wm. E. Price came down from Ophir yesterday and returned to-day. He says he has any amount of pulver- ized sand at his disposal as a result of the breaking of his dam. His garden patch aud lawn are covered with about three feet of the sediment and his cel- lar, where he had lately stored j worth of provisions, is full. There is still considerable water coming down I the canyon. He does not expect to re- build the dam very soon, as the dis- aster has caused him considerable loss coupled with the expense of recon- struction, wonld give the enterprise larger proportions than fhe present state of afiairs would permit. m i i m _ Delayed Trains. At this afternoon the fijst train from the west rolled in, announcing that the railroad 5-hour blockade was I broken. From a genial, lady passes? ger on .the belated train, it was learned that the cause of the wreck was a broken wheel on the last east-bound freight, causing a wreckage this side of Blue Canyon. The railroad officials as usual, were dnnrb as flies. The'i second east-bound ax-rived about an hour late. By Associated Press.) WASHINGTON, July Com- mittee on Rules reported a resolution providing that the House shall imme- diately proceed to the consideration of the original package bill, the previous question, to be considered ordered on Monday after the reading of the jour- nal that the House snail then con- sider the bankruptcy bill, the previous question to be considered ordered on Wednesday after reading the journal JJreckinridge of Kentucky raibed the question of consideration, but the House decided, yeas 115, nayb 55, to 'onsider tho resolution. One hundred and twenty-four members were an- nounced as paired. The House Committee on Elections las decided two more contested cases in favor of the Republican contestants. 3KNATK. After unimportant business the con- sideration of the sundry civil appro- prittUioii bill was resumed, tho pend- ng question being on an amendment, the irrigation provision iu a like bill of October 1888, excepting that reservoir and canal sites hereto- fore located or selected shall remain segregated from entry or settlement. Reagan continued his argument, begun yesterday, against the amend- ment and in favor of the irrigation scheme initiated by the act of u oil. By Associated Press.l CIHCXOO, July 18. At t'ne Coroner'rf inquest in the matter of the explosion on the steamer Tiego to-day Ihe city oil inspector testified Unit hi- Lad 8ev- era! times found nnphlha on boaid vessels in this harbor, shipped bj the1 Gennessee Oil Co. of Buffalo und'r.oti- I fled the consignees of the but re- ceived no reply. Agent Morford of Ihe j Union Steamboat Co. smd the com-' pauy has boeu deceived by the Gen- uessee Co., naphtha- having been shipped as oil. The coroner an- nounced that the agent here oi the Gennessee Co. could not bo found..' GOODS, HATS BOOTS AND "SHOES. My Summer Stock Is Now Complete, --------Ct.rKlxtltig -4- The Latest and Best Styles OF- Men's and Be Will By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, July 18. The Nipsio, now be brought to San Frunciscp, where she will ex- change her present officers, have been" with her ever since the Saraoan disaster, for those of the Adams, whicn is to be put out of commission. The is in condition for another long cruise. BOKft. Virginia July u. 1890, to the -ifc of daughter. Gold HOI, Nevada. Tolv 16 to the wife ot W. Temby, daugSfcr.' Uncle. By Associated Press.) NEW YOKK, July They can talk about my uncle as a visionary and lunatic all they please, but the day will come, aud not so far off either, when he will be recognized as a thor- oughly sensible though bold engineer." So said William Henry Gilpiu of Pueblo, CoK, at the Hoffman House. Gilpin has been for the last two years with his uncle, William Gilpin, ex- Governor of Colorado, on a tour o reconnpisance on the Northern Pacifl coast, William Gilpin believea there is no serious obstacle in the way of building a railroad which shall join the Unitec States and .way of Siberia Bearing Strait, Alaska and British America. The only apparent difficulty is in crossing Behring Strait, but this difficulty is only apparent. The strait ;s only 40 miles wide, and in the uri'dille lies an island about big enough to hold New York, Brooklyn and Jersey City combined. The water is nowhere more than 40 feet deep, and there will be no trouble in erecting piers on the hard bottom. A Strong; Combluatton. By Associated Presa.l CHICAGO, July Tribune says tho Northern Pacific and Balti- more Ohio Railroad Companies are o join bands at Chicago and form a continuous line from ocean to ocean. The purchase of 880 acres of land in iceto marks the junction point. There will be erected the car-shops of ,he Northern Pacific Railroad, and through that property will be run tho new suburban railway. The purchase was made yesterday aud the consider- ation was The traffic alli- ance between the Baltimore Ohio aud the Northern Pacific contemplates transcontinental line, and freight will be run through without breaking trains and without- bringing the cars nto this city. The purchase of real estate made yesterday will be used for car shops, for the Northern Pacific Co. will expend in erecting shops, employing men, aud it is de- signed to turn out every class of freight and passenger _______ A .Vorttt And Month JKoacl. By Associated Press.) NEW YOKK, July Herald jays that there has been perfected in he offices of Seligman Co an ar- augement which gives California a inely equipped, standard gauge rail- way, which, in tho present consoli- dated form, from San Francisco 60 miles north, through three of the most productive counties of the State. It will avoid falling into the hands of either of the great Pacific lines. Im- portant negotiations concerning the line have been in progress for months, the late James M. Donahue having been engaged on the enterprise. Church '1'lilfvi'x. Special to the j SAN FKANCHJCO, July M. I Whitney, sexton of the Plymouth Con- j gregatioual Church, repotted to the I police last night that thieves had broken into the chinch edifice and stolen a number of nitu-lii.s Thi'ynl o, broke open a box known the Ken- i ovating Fund subscription und stole the contents. I A UiK Haul IIy H.i.-nt, ThicvoM Hy Associated l'i cs-, 6JAKA1OGA (N. .IllU noon sneak thieves enic-ieil llu- cottage hero and got away wifh if 'worth of diamonds and jewolry. The' eottaue was occupied by Vice-l're'-idont Levi P. Morton and hi-s paitno, liliss, and their wives. A luwaut of has been offered fot the tcrovei) oi I In-} jewelry. I ys' Clothing, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, Shades and Patterns, Windsor Ties and Bade Bws, QTOAyf UATQ A T-ARGE ASSORTMENT oFnrnxuf IIITA O I IIM t O Boys and Children's O I KAW HA I O All grndoe and colors A1, and A full line of J. B. Stetson Co. FINE HATS In all grades. A Fine of SILK HATS of A Large Assortment of Men'? and Boys' Suspenders. SOWER L AMD'S S2 SO SHOE. Button, Lace, Congress -MIIH Cholera Iu HII By Associated Pre-is.) ATCUISON, July IS. Them was a case of cholera iu this city jebteiday. The victim was Mrs. W. C. Bishop, wife of a well-know She died within twenty-four hours. Two prom- inent physicians pronounced tho case undoubtedly Asiatic choleia. Uentli Of An American Bv Cable and 1 CAIRO, July IS. Eugene Schiivlct, the American Consul-Gcnoral heie, died to-day. MY STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES Is as complete as c-ver, Gent's Fine Hand-Sewed Boots and Shoes in all Grades, Ladies' Misses, and Children's Boots, Shoes andjSHppers -in all grades and colors. All Goods sold at the Lowest Possible 1'rlro. Road Master Atlwton uf ice V. T. wfts in town to-d.iy. Hon. Pat Ueddy arrived from below on to-d.iy's delayed tram. C. W. Jones and wife went below last evening, on a sojourn for his health. Undelivered messages remain in the telegraph office for AV. Miller and Mrs. F. Gentry, Will Gray, a relative of Willis Hay- den of the Susanville Advocatf, is in Reno on his way to Susanville. 11. Grant of Tombstone, Arizona, arrived here to day on u visit to hm brother, J. J. Grant of tho Palace Hotel. Trinity Sunday School has changed its hour of meeting for the summea, and next Sunday will hold ils hebsion at 'J :45 A. M.'instead of P. M. The parterre iu front of the Court- house is the special pride of Deputy Sheriff Hayes. The courthouse lawn his special delight, and some of the choicest flowers are glowing und ab- sorbing nutritive huccnlunoe of Reno's favored soil. Ladies' and Gent's Boots and Shoes order Repairing neatly done. F. LEVY BROTHKU. 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. With your name and address, mailed to the Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Qa., 5s accessory to obtain an interesting treat- ise on the blood and the diseases incident to It 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, Eruption Cured. One of my cortomcn, a highly respected and Influential citizen, but who is now absent from. the city, has used Swift's Specific with excellent ronlt. Be saye it cured him of a eldn eruption j that he had been tormented with for thirty years, and had resisted the curative qualities of many other medicines. BOBUT CtKOo, Dmgg'ot, Foils City, Neb. RENO MILL AM) LUMBER CO tylc ol Eastl.ikc doors and finish We also do turning and scroll sawing, und "anuiacture doors, bl Sixty, etc. We also manufacture a kinds of common and clear lumber. Give a call. Gulling. President: W. S. Bender, Vice President: Wm. Hciiry, Secretary. First. Kat Bank, Treasurer. CORNER THIRD AN1> RAT, stou htreeta, Reno, Nevada. j The company incorporated March 12. 1885 and is prepared to flit all ordei.-t for building i material. 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 AT SLAUGHTERING PRICES! PROFESSOR AlFRED MYiHMSOX Gives thorough instruction in Vocal and Instrumental Music Orders may be left at C. J. Brookins', Reno. i 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. IF. LEVY B.RO. Heno, .Nevada.
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