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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 25, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                JOB WORK The Neatest, The Best, At the Gazette Office. ENVELOPES Printed Cheaper than the VOL. XXIX. MISCELLAXrOt'S. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1890. NO. 99. APACHE Who Are Hunted by Their Own Race. I STEAMER The Estimated Population of Colorado. POWDER Absolutely Pure. A cream of >.rtar powder. Highest of all in leavening 11. S. riari-rinii'iit Aug. HI, 1880. I TH1 Fair Store! A Liirge Crayon Portrait of Your- self FREE OF CHARGE. In ntlvorlise our buslneHS inorp in a ctaiirabln manner, wo IIIIVM tiooldnd to present u enlarged por- trait ol yomsclf 01 1'rlfliid. The condi- tions on wlnuh receive this beau- liful and appioprmte 8'ft aro exceed- ingly light mid worthy your consider- ation. We Will State Them in Few Words: Buy 815 00 worth of goods by paying us tho very low-si cash pricoa and deed is done. You can then furnish us with a culiinot photo, panel, tintype or ottior <-f yourhwlfor trieml j ond wo will It imlnrgoii at once, and present u 10 you utwuluiely treo The size of the picture, will bo 14x17 and the Iraino inches, ilie laltor being of lute design lu antique steel bronze or Kill. These pictures aro from tho studio of one of tho bast artists In Chicago, and ware never sold for loss than or without frmnos. Remember, we do not ask you to buy large bills at uny ono time, but will furnlsb you with on tho mareln of which are placed figures ot convenient amounts, trnm 2o cents to si a total ol you make purchase wo punch out u set of these figures, and when all are punched out we will present you with tbe picture. Call at t nr storo and sec a   includes LH grammar schools. Only a few non-union men aro at work on these. The trouble may seriously in- terfere with the opening of tho schools in the full. FURNISHING GOODS, HATS BOOTS AND SHOES. The Malvadorana (Successful. By Associated Press.] LA LIBERTAD (San July has been received confirm- ing the reports of the success of the Salvadorian forces beyond the frontier in Guatemalan territory. The Salva- dorian army has now gained six bat- tles and captured large quantities of artuH and ammunition. Many have been killed and wounded on both sides. The Salvadoriau forces are pushing their way into the interior of Guatemala with success at every step. It is the intention of the Salvadorian leaders to overthrow the Government of President Barrillos before coming to any agreement with Guatemala. My Summer Stock Is Now Consisting of i -4- The Latest and Best Styles ------or------ F Men's and Boys' Clothing, Underwear, Socks, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, All and Patterns, Collars, Cufis, Windsor Ties and Prole Bows. STRAW HATS All grades and colors A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF "Men's, Boys and STRAW HATS AH grades and colon. A full line of J. B. Stetson Co. FINE HATS In all grades. HATS of tie Morn Labor By Associated Press. 1 NKW YORK, July In Brooklyn trouble has been engendered by the roofers' strike of several weeks ago ex- tending rapidly to other trades. The plumbers anil gas-fitters have been or- dered to tie up to-morrow. Their action is in sympathy with tho roofers and sheet iron workers, are strik- ing for eight hours. Bar silver, A Large Assortment of and Boys' Suspenders. SUNDER LAND'S S2 50 SHOE. MY STOCK OK A Terrible Calamity. Special to the GAIETTK.] MODESTO July San Joaquin county, last night, War- ren, the seven-year-old son of G. W. Masters! while playing with matches, set fire to can of coal oil, and the house took fire and was entirely destroyed, with its contents. George and War- ren, the two boys, and a baby girl perished in tho flames. A seventeen- year-old girl was badly burned trying to rescue the baby. The mother was within a hundred yards of the bouse, but was unable to reach it in time to save the children. AL-TO.il vriei Porte. consequences. The attitude of tho Russians dis-! of elevator proprietors on the Northern played by the note seriously exercised Pariflc who threaten to refuse grain STEAM COOKER, Patented IVbruary 12, 1890. Tin it, v unproved and bf-t In tin iii.irV't. cooker Fcxxl toilvt 1 in steim cooke- retains the emin Iliv or .mil mid hcaltln mid mure digestible 1 lit; nuil can be coolced at once anil in unit Oid wny. J K It r w ill call on vou with sam- ple. It lualth. wealth and happi- luatt will give him an order. faults wiiitcd in even- town I-.R Virginia City, Nev Matvmill Burned. Hy Associated Press OKOVILI.E July saw- mill situated at Berry creek, about 20 miles Irom here on the Quincy road, together with about feet of lum- ber, was destroyed by fire this morn- ing. The loss is about The mill was owned by W. P. Latbrop. Tho fire from the mill caught in the voods and is spreading with great ra- pidity. Much damage has been done. This has been the hottest day of the and compel the farmers to sell at once. Laid over. The Tariff bill then came up as un- finished business, and Vance pro- ceeded to address the Senate. A Mteanivr Wrecked. By Associated Press 1 NEW YOKK, July steamer Idaho, ashore at South Point, will prove a total loss. Last eight tbe sea was making a clean break over the ship, and grave fears are entertained The Ill-Fatrd Egypt. By Cable and Associated Press.J LONDON, July crew and cattlemen, from the National Line steamer Egypt, which was abandoned on fire at sea while bound from New York for Liverpool, have arrived in London. The carpenter of the steamer says he believes that the cotton on the Egypt was on fire when she left New York. He also says the boats of the steamer, with the exception of two, wore worthless. A Hntned, Wheat Crop. By Cable and Associated Presi..] PARIS, July thrBughout the country, except in sections east of the Ehone, have been destroyed by in- cessant rains. Official reports from the great wheat district of La Blange state that the crop is rotting. The losses are estimated at francs. Dealers in grain are discour- aged at the scarcity, and the price of bread is rising. Honored by the French, By Cable and Associated Press.] PARIS, July and Beit- Americans, have been created the I-egion of Honor lor NEWS NOTES. Tho black rot is destroying the grapes in the lower part of New Jersey. Blob lead discoveries are said to hive boon made in Hickory county, Mo. The four big Minneapolis breweries have consolidated wilu a capital of An Indian burial ground has been dUeoverod on the- shore of Lake Au- burn, Maine, A larce number of ludlanoplls have been indicted for violating tbe Sunday law. TheCily Olork ol Birmingham, Ala., is snort to Ins and has been suspoiidHd penditic mveS'.iKation. A barn uoar Fnlrmont, N. J., is covered, it is by that was put on H when the structure was built In 1781. Factory inspector Connolly I" going to enforce tiio law in New York Slate requiring the weekly payment of wages to employes. A brother and sister who were sepa- rated forty-ftso yearn auo at the auc- tion blouk at Virginia, tnot ibe other day at Oolconda, 111. Kansas larmors are tnarkettoK their hoes. Thoir prospect for corn is grow, inn worse and they lear they will not have enough for food. Thunder Bay in Michigan, is. iammed with logs for a distance of ihirty miles. Tbny are packed in an almost unseparable mass. A woman who died at Tretnont. Penn a few days ago welglied 410 A ymr she weighed 460 pounds, but sickness reduced her weight. "Fabulous wonlth" in to be prouged out of the bosom of an sold- bwiriuR mountain near Dahlonega, by a company organized with a capital of New Ennland and Southern capital- ists are about to establish in BOM on tbe American NalionHl Bank, with B capital of to make a specialty of Southern business. _____ BOOTS AND SHOES Is as complete as over, consisting'of Gent's Fine Hand-Sewed Boots and Shoes in all Grades, Ladies' Misses, and Children's Boots, Shoes andJSlippers 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. V. LKVY BROTHKK. 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. WILLIAM DIXOIli BROTHER, TkEAI.KKbllN BEEF, MITTOJ, POKK, ETC. for the safety of the crew, who are still on board, unless they managed to season here, the thermometer standing reach one of the wrecking schooners. at 104 in the shade. night the surf was so heavy on shore that it was impossible to see the wreck, and there were no life or surf boats in the vicinity. Are prepared to furnish the best at the lowest living rates. Mow Car. Merra Mt Colornrto's Kcttlnfteted Population. ]ly Associated Press.] DENVER, July two Census for Colorado have so far completed their work as to be able to announce that the population of the State will be very oloso to The three largest cities in the State, outside of Denver, are as follows: Pueblo, Leadville, Col- orado Springs, linger, Knights oi to tbe French trade, but more the work they did in connection with the French Exposition last year. ,_____ Will be paid to any competent chemist who wfll find, onanaljstB, particle of Mercury, Potash, or other poisons in Switt'e Specific (S. S. S.) AN EATING SORE Henderson, Tex., 1899.- "Pet eigh- teen months I hod an eating eoro on my tongue. I waa treated by the best local physicians, but obtained no relief, tho sore gradually growing worse, I concluded finally to try 8. B. 8.. and was entirely cured after using a tow bottles. Yon have my chccrf nl permission to publish tbe above statement for the benefit of those sUnllarly afflicted." C. B. MoLiMOBi, Hendereon.Tex. OT Blood and Stan Diseases mailed free. TBB 8WTFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, S.S.'S 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 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 ATSLAUGHTER1NG PRICES! In the rear of W. O. H. Martin's store at 2 p. M. this afternoon the big two-foot thermometer registered Dan O'Keefe and A. Donnelly left for Virginia City thia afternoon in answer to a telegram in order to ar- range a pugilistic match between Keogh and Tom HcCormick, to come off next September. KM of cioak-nkers1 Strike. 'By Associated Press.! NEW YORK, July 25.-AH the cloak- have been on a strike I makers who since Jane morning. 16th resumed vrork this A Mfceral By Cable and Associated PTTM.J LONDON, July Carnegie has donated for library at Ayr. The Bishop's School for Girls, Founded in by Bibhop Whitaker. THIS SCHOOL OF1T.KS SPECIAL AD- vantages for the study of KnglUh and music. The Advent term begini WEDNESDAY, Apply'to MISS JULIA MECQUIFR. Principal, jyymi Reno, Nevada, The newsiest, the cheapest and the Ga- zette aud Stockman. 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, shall be obliged to enforce collection. or we Heno, Nevada.   

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