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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 23, 1890, Reno, Nevada JOB WORK The Neatest, The Best, At the Gazette Office. .r ENVELOPES Printed Cheaper than the Cheapest, -r VOL. XXIX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 1890.. or. MISCELLANEOUS. A SPOKANE Report on the West Virginia Contest. COMESSIOiML PROCEEDINGS, JAn Anarchist Riot Feared in I New York. POWDER Absolutely Pure. A crettm of baking powdor. Highest of all in travelling strength, j tj. mount and those portraits tor our patrons In the best style at one- fourth the usual cost of such frames. You cau havo gilt or brouzo frame with flrst-elnss French plate CIHH.N, all ready to Imng on ihu wall. YOU ARB, HOWEVER. NOT OBLIGED to Durahnso a frame at all, or you can purchase it at some other store. This does not matter to us; we give you the picturo mid sell you tho frame at cost If yon wish it. Yours Sonorously, Tile Fair Store, RENO, NEVADA. W.F. M'CEE, MANAGER. Jol6 WILLIAM PIXON BROTHER, BEEF, MITTOJK, PORK, VEAL, ETC. Arc prepared to furnish the best meats at the lowest living rates. nov29 fomnirrrlal How Miernt Nt Fulli Aitnln tblar.e. )ly A ,s jttaltcl Pom LAND July dis- patch fiom Spokane Falls says at an early hour this morning a large fire was n'ging in that city, and it was ex- pected tho loss would reach at least Tho particulars have riot yet reached here. SroKANi: FALLS, July this morning a fire broke out on the noith side of the river on Monroe street, destroying property valued at nearly a quartey of a million dollars. 'Hit-re was a woful lack of water, one of the mains bursting island. The Monroe street bridge, a new struc- ture, costing was entirely con- sumed, the department having no water on the North Side. Fire losses: Cable Road Co., 000; H. W. Greenberg Co., Monroe Street Bridge Co., Bonne Co., Cascade Laun- dry, Cutler Curtis, Washington Water Power Co., 000; S. P. Packer, J. Jones, Miss Ada Howard, Total loss, Insurance: Cable Road Co., 000; H. W. GreenbergA Co., Bridge Co., Cascade Laundry, Washington Water Power Co Bonne Co., James Jones, S. P. Packer, Total, Karly this morning stories were afloat about the loss of life, but they have not been verified. There is a genpral belief that the fire-bugs are at work. Two small fires this forenoon, cne in the west and the other in the east of the city, strpngthen3 this belief. Five suspects havo been arrested. The city is thoroughly guarded, and no further danger is anticipated. An Outbreak feared. By Associated Press.l NEW YORK, July 23. Inspector Byrnes last night ordered all police reserves in the city held at the station houses. It was prompted by the threats ol tho striking cloakmakers made at various times, particularly at a meeting yesteiday. Reporters were excluded, but one of the Inspector's men present made notes of the fiery speeches and threats of "trouble to- day." The Inspector, when asked to-day why ho issued tho order, said: Because I am not coing to have any trouble in this town, if I can help it. If those men want to make any, we propose to be there from the start and settle it in short order. I think the knowledge that we are ready for them had something to do with the quint of this beautiful day." While the Inspector does not say so, it is evident that he fears an Anarch- ist outbreak similar to that at Chicago. ContrreMMtonal Slattern. By Associated Press 1 WABIIIXKTON, July of Iowa submitted a report of the Com- mittee on Elections in the West Vir- ginia contested election case of McGin- nis vs. Alderson. The report, which finds in favor of the contestant, was ordered printed and laid over. SENATE. The Senate resumed the considera- tion of the Indian Appropriation bill. I The Behrlnjr Men Controversy. 1 By Associated Press.] i WASHINGTON, July Presi- I dent to-day sent to the Houpe of Rep- resentatives, in answer to a resolution j introduced by Representative Hitt, the official correspondence between, the Governments of Great Britain ar.d the United States touching the seal fisher- ies of the Behring Sea. In an accompanying letter of trans- mittal to the President, Secretary Blaine, under date of Bar Harbor, July 10th, regrets the delay in the trans- mission, which the President directed on the llth inst., and says the corre- spondence is still'in progress. The correspondence includes thirty separate papers, beginning with a let- ter from Edwardes, First Secretary of and Charge d Affaires, after Minister West's recall, dated August 21, 1889, and closing with one from Sec- retary Blaino to Sir Julian Pauncefote, British Minister, dated July 19, 1890. j The opening letter from ICdwardes says he is instructed by his Govern- ment to cail attention to the fact that BURNED IT A Destructive Forest Fire in California. A SEAMEN'S STRIKE EXPECTED. NG POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. by the Unl'ed StaKw Government. Endorsed by the of the Great public Food AnalyslH, as the xtrongesr, purest and moat Healthful. Dl. f'rlj Cream P does not contain Ammonia, Lime or Alum. Dr. Prce's DoHclou.H Fl Associated Press WASHINGTON, July the testi- mony given by General Miles in the report of the Senate Committee on Canadian Relations, whiv-h was laid before the Senate yesterday upon the defenseless condition of the United States and especially the northwestern border, he says: "I will state what is well known in regard to Canada. I believe that the railway system of British Columbia could he occupied by the American troops in ten days, or, in other words, that the principal part of British Co- lumbia could be occupied by American troops, not, however, through Victo- ria. There is on the island of Van- couver, occupied by British forces, a place where the British Government has expended millions in building dry docks and navy yards, and has u ade some surveys for her fortifications. They have there, at this tiuriej a fleet of war-ships under the command of a British Admiral. I think it is fair to say, what every intelligent man must know, that during ten days the British fleet could destroy every town and citv on Puget Sound, destroy our rail- road system there and occupy oar out- lets for that Northwestern country. They could also send ships up the Columbia river and destroy the city of Portland and that railway system. There is not a gun or an earthwork on Puget Sound, nor a single artilery soldier. There are a few worthless guns at the mouth of the Columbia, at Fort Cauby, but that is not now occupied by troops. That is the con- dition of affaiis north of the harbor of San Francisco. South of the harbor of San Fran- cisco there is not a gun in position, a round of animation nor a single artil lery soldier to defend the harbors and cities of San Diego, Santa Barbara and San Pedro, tbe terminus of one of the railroads, and from these points a small force could destroy the railroad system of Southern California." The testimony contains an account of the British fortifications at Esqui- malt, where it is reported that Great Britain is now concentrating war ves- sels, with a view to possible contingen- Behring Sea. Cyclone. By Associated Press.] MARSHALL July following are the particulars of yester- day's cyclone: At in the after- noon a black cloud resembling a great serpent reaching down from dense black masses of storm clouds, that formed during the afternoon and mov- ing in a southeasterly direction, de- molished the buildings of three farm- ers living nine miles north west of here. A child of Felix Deareau had a leg broken and another had its bead crushed and died during the night. Mrs. Deareau was seriously bruised. Mrs. Ophdohal and child were blown onto a wire fence and seriously hurt. Two horses were carried from a barn to a pasture near by without injury. Destructive Foreftt 1'lre. Special to the GAZETTE.] SACRAMENTO, July was received from Grass Valley yester- day evening giving a meagre account of a huge forest fire in Nevada county. It is stated that the woods were blaz- ing between tbe town of Forest Springs and Perin's mine, and that the smoke could be seen from Grass Valley. The fire is believed to have spread over ten miles square, sweeping in its pas- sage several farm houses, orchards and any number of acres of oats. Careless hunters are supposed to have started the fire. _______ A Dual Tragedy. By Associated Press.) WHEELING (W. July morning Mandaville Aolt, Deputy Re- corder of Belmont county, Ohio, under a temporary fit of insanity, caused by the death of a child and sickness, shot himself through tbe head with a re- volver. The ball passed through tbe skull without doing serlons damage. He immediately turned and his wife, who was standing near, killing her instantly, and then went to his father's barn and bang himself. Tbe tragedy occurred at Aolt's borne near Centre vilK Jtnroert at NPR. By Cable and Associated Press.] LONDON, July steamer Parandam, from from New York, passed the Isle of Wight to-day. She signalled that the National Line steamer Kgypt, from New York for Livepool, had been abandoned on fire at sea, that her crew was on board the British steamer Manhattan and would be landed at Dover. The Egypt did not carry any first-class passengers. The Egypt was an iron screw steamer, gross tons burden, and was built at Liverpool in 1871. After the NIIIUIVM of War. By Associated Press 1 July Suth- erland, President of the Hudson Bay Railway, leaves for England to-mor- row, accompanied by Stewart Tupper of Winnipeg, to complete tho fiua'u-ial arrangements to enable the pushing of the road forward to Saskatchewan river. TKLEGHAl'HUJ BKEYETIKS. My Summer Stock Is Now Complete, ------Consisting of -4- The Latest and Best Styles 4 OF Men's and Boys' Clothing, Underwear, Socks, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, All Shades and Patterns, Collars, CnGs, Windsor Ties and Dade Bows. Bar silver, The President lias sent Die noiiiiim- IIMI of John L. Stevens, now Milita- te i resident at Honolulu, to be min- ister plenipotentiary to the Hiiwa- miian Islands. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Court. The of the law slowly but surely bauled in quile a loud of diwor- derly fish yesterday, who did not know enough to keep quiet among the otber fishes in the swim of humanity in the sea of life. The names of the unfortu- nates were VVm. Griggs, for vagrancy; Joseph McCord and Mike Langun, drunk and disorderly, all of whom pleaded guilty and will be sentenced at 0 o'clock this evening. Dot- Kein hart and two of the omnipresent ubi- quitous John Does were also jugged for being druok and disorderly, but have not yet plead. Either the tramps ate beginning to filter across the moun- tains through the railroad ties, or the Fourth of July is having an extended jag. Five of the above got ten days in the chain gang. JtepubllraiiN, Attention. A meeting of the Republican County Cential Committee will be held at the Dihtrict Court rooms Keno, Nevada, July 26th at 7.30 i'. M. A full attend- ance of the Committee is desired as business of importance will be trans- acted in connection with the coining campaign. All liepublicaus having the success and interest of the party at heart are invited to be present. JOHN F. ALEXANDER, Chairman. S. J. HODGKINSON, Secretary pro tern. [Journal Please Copvl Hueltlen'8 ttalve, The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises ores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, chappe bands, chilblains, corns allskitl eruptions and positively cures or no pay required. It In guaranteed to give satisfaction, 01 money refunded. Pricf cents per bor. 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OF BOOTS AND SHOES Is as complete as ever, Gent's Fine Hand-Sewed Boots and Shoes in all Grades, Ladies' Misses, and Children's Boots, Shoes and'Slippei's in all srades and colors. All Goods sold at the Lowest Possible Price. Ladies' and Gent's Boots and Shoes made to 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 he 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, Skin Eruption Cured. One of my customers, a hlgblj respected and Influential citizen, but who is now abacnt from the city, Specific with excellent remit. Be uyi it cared him of a skin eruption tbat be bad been tormented with for thirty yean, and bad resisted the curative qualities of many otber BOBBBT Cuoo, Druggist, City, Neb. The Bishop's School for Girls, Founded in 1876 by Bishop Whitaker. rpHis SCHOOI, OFFERS SPFCIAL AD- L .vantages for the study of English and music. The Advent term begins WEDNESDAY. SEPT 3, 1890. Apply to MISS JULIA MEGQTJIER, Principal. iy7tm Reno, Nevada. DesrPartMineral Springs Hotel, NOW OPEN FOR THE ACCOMMOUA- tlon ol guests. By rail to Trnckee; from there my runs daily on sniral of train from the West. Bot rd and lodging, to per week: U miles from Truckee; 5% from Taboe City. All communication, addressed True- Cal. j. B. SCOTT, Proprietor. 1 n We will make your dollar buy more good" at odr store than of any other store on the Coast. We don't offer one. article at a low price and hart on to high prices on other goods. All Our Goods, Every Single A tl" WITHOUT RESERVE Must and Will Be Sacrificed AT SLAUGHTERING 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. j "NT
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