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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 26, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                JOB WORK The Neatest, The Best, At the Gazette Office. ENVELOPES Printed Cheaper than the Cheapest. VOL. XXIX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, SATURDAY, JULY 26. 1890. NO. 100. MISCELLANEOUS. Many People and iDJured. POWDER Absolutely Pure. A cream of Urlar baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. U.S. Gfji'fi-inii'iit lifport, Aug. IP, 1889. FfflAXCR OP 88CT1 An Excitement in and Wheat Poisonous Battnfr Powder the Market. -AT THE- Fair Store! A Large Crayon Portrait of Your- self FREEOFCHARGE. In order to advertise our business more uxtonsively Hiid In a dOHirubln manner, wa have dnuidml to prenent our customers pur- trait of yourself orMViend. Thu enudi- tionH on which you reci-ive Uful tincl appropilHle ure oxcw (I- Ingly light and worthy your oonsuler- atlon. We Will State Them in Few Words: Buy 8lo 00 worth of goods by pay in it us the vm-y lowest pi-icon mid thn deed IH done. can then furnish milk, bnt in a trice complete. rURTHKK PAKTKJCLAWS. LAWRENCE, July 28. 100 IIOUBOH on Springfield, Salem and Portland streets were, Six. were killed outright ami fifty Tbe cyclone'took a north- easterly course. After the storm the sight was a ter- rible Looking up Springfield street could be seen the wrecks of many houses, and from them came cries for help. The houses were ail cf n wood, and the wreck was all the worse Corn, Oats j therefor. As soon as the terrified survivors recovered from the shock an alarm was rung in, and part of the fire apparatus and police Ambulances hundreds work of rescue. From the ruins of their houses were taken out the following dead: Mrs. O'Connell and daughter Mamie, 19 Springfield street, crushed; Mary Twenty-one People' Lives Jeopardized. PHCMGS. in Norwegian -Bark Missing A Grew of Fourteen. us with acatiinot plsoto, panel or other ptcluroof yourwolfor friend will have 11 enlarged at owe, and prtmeut it lo you true The alzu of the picture will 14x17 Inchen ami iut< Irmnn imihos, the latter being of lain clo.iiun in .unique steel bronze or mlt. Tin so pictures are from tho studio of or the bn-a artlUS In C'hluajio, ami were never sold for lesi than 810 or without Kemeinber, wo do not ask you to buy large bills at one nine, but will furnish you with a the margin of which are plaoeil figures ot convenient amounts, 2o cents to 81 inakinu a total of When you make a purchase punch out n set of these figures, nnd whon all are punched out we will prohunt you with the picture. Call at cur store and see sample of the work, and plcnsodo not wo eive thm picuue of WIFE. FATHEK, MOTIiER, SWEKl'MKAKT, or Im-t, but no le.rt.MOrHBR.IX.LAW, free of charge. "A thing of bounty is a joy could be moor for home adornment than ono ol these elegant Wo have also made arrangements with a largo frame manufactory to niounl and iramo) thtwe portraits tor our patrons In Hie style at ono- fourth the u-uul cost of such frames. You van have either gilt or bronze frame with first-class French uluMH. all ready lo IIHUU on iho wall. "YOU ARE, HOWEVER, NOT OBUGEIUo purjhahe a fiame til all. or you purchase it at soino oilier stori'. This does not mutter to us; we give you the picture und sell you the frame at cost It you wish H. Your.s (ieneroiialy, Tie Fair Store, RENO, NEVADA. W. F. M'GEE, MANAGER. J016 An By Associated Press LAWRESCK July dis- astrous cyclone occurred at South Law- rence this forenoon. It is reported that twenty-five houses were blown clown in the neighborhood of Spring- field street. The telegraph and tele- phone wires are demoralized. LAWHENCK, Juiy 20 cyclone of great potter struck South Lawrence, alwut two miles from here, this morn- ing. The V.tortn first struck Spring- field street and traveled thence to S.ilem street, devastating a section cnty rods wide. It is estimated that a hundred buildings were leveled. One man was killed outright, and the in- jured are now reported as numbering fifty or sixty. A tire broke out in' a number of places in the ruins, and the entire fire department are now at work extin- guishing the flames. The injured are being removed and fared for as quickly as possible. BOSTON, July first news of the c-yclone direct from Lawrence has just been received by telephone. The message confirms tho extent of the disaster as first reported. The de- Ktruction was confined wholly to South Lawrence. Ninety wooden dwelling houses were destioyed, six lives lost and thirty-five persons injured. One hundred and ten thousand dollars' worth of property was destroyed, and five hundred people were rendered homeless. Tho passengers on the Boston A Maine train, due, in Boston at got a good view of the wrecked town as tliey passed through. A passenger thus described the i Lyon, aged 40, crushed; Mrs. Collins Serious Charges Against Commissioner Raum. The rain had ceased and the j wind had gone down. The first thing noticed was a building blown to the ground, and then trees that twistc-d and upiooted. This was on the left-hand side of the track coming towards Timber, farm wagons and objects of all sorts were scattered about in great confusion. We were lionified to see a man's body lying upon the bridge nt the South Lawrence depot. Everybody was running about in confusion, not having a chance to tell the extent of the damage. The path of the cyc'one swept at right angles across the track, cutting a clean Uruguayan l-'inances. swath, leveling houses and cutting off1 By Cable and Ajwoclated Press.] ___ ____ T._l_. Tttnv.il four year old child, crushed. The child of Julia Beattie, which is buried in the ruins, has npt yet been found. Some of the injured, especially those of the family of Martin McLaughlin, are seriously, if not fatally, hurt. The damage to property is over _ _ A fepnrt In The Market. By Associated Press CHICAGO, July excitement in wlFeat, corn and oats continued to- day at the opening on 'Change, owing to a reported shortage in the French wheat crop. Wheat opened strong, being higher than yesterday's closing, at a range of to 93% in different parts of the pit. There was much excitement, which continued as the market ad- vanced to at 9 :40. Corn was in sympathy with wheat, and, because of the cool weather, also opened higher for September, and fif- teen minutes after was quoted at 41 cents above the close of yester- day. A Month American Revolution. By Associated Press.] BUKNOS AYKKS, July revolution has broken out here. This morning the troops in the garrison re- belled, and firing is now going on. All the shops are closed and- fighting IB ttkiug place in the streets. Senor Garcia, the Minister of Finance, is held a priaocer by the revolutionists. American Cattle to be K.xamlned. By Associated Press NEW YORK, July Salmon, United States Veterinary Inspector and several other inspectors, sailed for Liverpool this morning where they will make arrangements for the ex- amination of cattle as they are landed froui American; ports. Heal Kstate Sale. By Associated Press.] 'BOSTON, July Advertiser's Newport special says: W. K. Van- derbilt has offered Governor Sprague for his country estate at Can- onchet. If Vanderbilt buys he intends to erect a magnificent hotel. WILLIAM DIXDN BROTHER, TVKAI.KUS.IN BEEF, MtTTOX, PORK, VEAL, ETC. Are prepared to furnish the best meats at the lowest living rates. UOV29 t'ommprrlnl How or uprooting trees. The train stopped but a few moments, and it was impos- sible to find out anything definite." Another Account. By Associated LAWHKNCK, July 10 o'clock an awful visitation came. The wind was east, with the rain falliot; heavily, when suddenly the heavens became aglow with a bright white light. In a moment the wind veered to the west, und heavy black clouds from behind tho western hills rose high in the sky. Tlion the thick mass parted, and down shot black streaks from the murky mass, and in a moment the crash came. Buildings were crushed like shells of eggs, whole houses were lifted from their foundations, and ter- ror seized the dwellers. The buildings in the city were all of wood the pretty, cosy homes of the toilers in the PARIS, July from Montevideo state that the Uruguayan Parliament has passed a bill compell- ing the payment of 'one-half of the customs duty in gold. Negotiations for a Government loan are progressing. GO-OPKR A.TI VE BOARDINU, EAM MOST PERFECT MADE. tho Uni public t or orange. Almond. ROBO, do not contain PRICE VoWDER 00., Mew York. Chicago, and Which IN Thought Will Be Much Cheaper Than Home Boarding. The Columbus (Ohio) Journal says: A novel and interesting system of housekeeping, or boarding, is being attempted by several gentlemen with families on the East Side. Dr. Em- niinger, E. K. Stewart, D. T. McCabe, N. W. Daniels and about other gentlemen have rented the residence ju8t south of Mr. Daniels' home on Monroe avenue, near Broad street, and will establish a co-operative dining-- room. Ouo of the best cooks in the city, for years at the head of a leading restaurant, will have charge of the cooking. These families number about thirty-five persons. The first floor will be used as the eating-room, and the second will be occupied by -the servants. Much ex- pense connected with the scheme will be avoided by each lamily furnishing its own table linen, dishes, etc., but one general bill of fare will be served. The meals will consist of breakfast, lunch and dinner at b o'clock. It is a permanent arrangement if it proves successful. It is a deligbtful place, with a con- genial neighborhood, and of easy ac- cess to the homes of the gentlemen. It is thought it will be much cheaper than the cost of home cooking. The stewardess will have charge of the marketing, cooking and serving. The charges will be pro rata to and children. MBeh Harried. Alva Udell has surrendered himself at Los Angeles to the authorities to answer to the charge of bigamy, which has been pending for a year. He mar- ried Miss Mattie McCarthy of Wood- land, was divorced aud remarried; then went to Stockton marriel Miss Emms Edwards by contract. Concreratonal By Associated Press.) WASHINGTON, July of Ohio, from the Committee on Rules, reported a resolution directing the Speaker to appoint a committee of five members to investigate the charges brought against Pension Commissioner Ranm by Representative Cooper of Indiana.- Adopted. The report of the Committee on Rules recommends a further investiga- tion of the Pension Bureau, on the ground that the public service must not rest even under a suspicion. The committee says the only witness be- fore it was Representative Cooper, the author of the charges against Commis- sioner Raum. Cooper declined to give the names -of other witnesses un- til the House of Representatives pro- vided tor a thorough investigation. The charge was made by Cooper that Commissioner of Pensions Raum, though insolvent, had negotiated a loan of upon which George Lemon, a noted pensionlagent, became the surety. The House went into Committee of the Whole, with Burrows of Michigan in the chair, on the Senate amend- ments to the sundry civil bill. SENATE. Mitchell offered a concurrent resolu- tion, which was referred to the Com- mittee on Finance, 'stating that the United States would bail vuth appro- bation any reciprocal arrangement by treaty or otherwise betxveen the Gpv ernmant of the United States and the Government of all 01 any of the south American or Central American States, whereby there shall be admitted to the ports of such nations, free from all national, provincial and other tariffs or taxes, the products of the United States, including flour, cornmeal and other breadatufls, preserved meats, fruits, hides, vegetables, cotton seed oil, rice and'other provisions, all arti- cles of food, lumber, furniture and all other articles of wood, agricultural implements and machinery, structural steel and iron and steel rails, locomotives, railway cars and supplies, street cars, refined petroleum and such other products of the United States as may be agreed upon, but de- claring that it is not the sense of the United States that in any such treaty of reciprocal arrangement the articles of foreign wool or hides in any form should be admitted free into the ports of tbjs country, and it declares that in any treaty or reciprocal arrangement that may be eutered into with such foreign ports to the products named, it is the sense of. the United States that the articles of wool or hides produced in any of those countries shall not be admitted free of duty into' the ports of the United States, and it requests the President of .the United States to omit in any such nation, from the list on products of such countries to be ad- mitted into ports of the United States, the article of wool in any of its forms, and also hides. The Senate resumed the considera- tion of the tariff bill, and was ad- dressed by Morgan. He said the pending bill bore more heavily on the laboring classes than on the capitalist class or any other class. Thought To Have Been By Associated Press 1 PHILADELPHIA, July Nor- wegian bark Lloyd sailed from Guan- tanamo, on the south side of Cuba, on June 14th, bound to this port, with a crew of fourteen men and a cargo, and has never since been heard from. VeBsela have left as much as twenty days afterwards and arrived at their destinations, but no tidings have ever been received from this craft. It is the general belief that the vessel met with disaster. Picking Up the Special So the GAZETTE.! GLOBE July an- other one of the renegade Apaches concerned in the killing -of Sheriff Reynolds and Deputy Holmes, has been captured and placed in the guardhouse. A Kfvnaat Ordered. By Associated Press.) WASHINGTON, July 26 Secre- tary of the Interior to-day ordered a recount of the population of the cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Bar silver, 109. FUKMSHINU GOODS. HATS BOOTS AND SHOES. t. i LOCALJNTELLIGENCE. Don't forget Hyman Fredrick's watch club drawings to-night. E. Fowler of Wadsworth is in town to-day, and gave the GAHKTTK a pleas- ant Call. There are undelivered mewngett at the telegraph oHice for George W. Emery, Mrs. S K. Shannon und Anon Grossman. A Kecount Ordered. The Mayor and Chamber of Oom- rnerco at Portland are ordered to go ahead with tboir census rflcount. new namoH will be cnrpfully oompared with the returns In i he of Government. My Summer Stock Is Now Complete, ------Consisting of------ The Latest and Best Styles OF------- Men's and Boys' Clothing, Underwear, Socks, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, AH and Patterns, Collars, I'nRs. Windsor Ties and Dade Bows. rTDAUl IIA TO A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP UATC jlnAff tlA'U Men's, Boys and Children's 0 uMff flHlO All grades and colors All grades and colors. A full line of J. B. Stetson Co. FINE HATS In all grades. HATS of the HprttiK It will be f ratifying to all who reaSIze tt a vital necessity of purirylMg the blooil, to know that Hlbbard's Hheumatlo Syrup can be relied upon as a medicine Mr. B. C, Robinson, of Marshall, Mich., BBJS: have suffered Intensely fiom biliousness and rheumatism for over three years nnd had tried BO many remedies that I bad lost all faith. Hearlnu of Hib- bar.l's Rheumatic Syrnp I bought a bottle uaru and found It helped me. I have now nutd lour bottles, and it has restored my liver and kldi eys to healthy notion, and done more to purify my blood than anything I have over taken. I am plexsed to recom- mend it aa a wonderful blooil medicine Yours very truly. B. C. Robinson, Marshall. Mich. Sold bv all drnKglBts fropari-d on y by Wright r Mich. lflb.B u j uj ight Mediduo Company, ONLY C-AHD- A Large. Assortment of Men'p and Boys' Suspenders. SOTORLAND'S 89 SO SHOE. Bolton, Lace, Confess MY STOCK OF With your name nnd address, mailed to the Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga., is necessary to obtain an interesting treat- ise on the blood and the diseases incident toil. SS S Eruption Cured. 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 in all grades and colors. All Goods sold at the Lowest Possible Prfce. Ladies' and Gent's Boots and Shoes made to order; Repairing neatly done. F. LEVY BROIHEH. One of my customers, a highly respected and Influential ciMzen, but who la now absent from the city, has used Swift's Specific with excellent result. He eays it cured him of a skin eruption that he had been tormented with for thirty years, and had restated the curative qualities of many other medicines. BOBKBT Cuoo. Druggist, FatoCltr, Msb. THB BEVERIDGE AUTOMATIC 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. STEAM COOKER, Deadly BauinB Powder. By Associated Press.) NEW YOBK, July The Board of Health of this city bas_detected large shipments of new baking powder here from Europe which has been analyzed and 'found to contain oxalic acid in deadly quantities instead of yeast. A shipload of snch goods fo now on the way here. It is reckoned that two teaspoonfolB of the powder contained seventy grains of oxalic fatal Large quantites are sold here. Thoncht Be Fatally Poisoned. By AModated Press.] BICE LAKE July 25.-Twen- tv-one persons are in danger of dying from eating supposedly poisoned meat, which, to the amount of seventy-five pounds, was placed on sale at a local market. Patented February 12, 1890. The latest improved and best steam cooker in the market. Food cooke-l in this steam cooke retains the entire flavor and nutritive qualities, nud it healthy and more digestible The whole meal can be cooked ot once and in less time than the old way. I. K. Batchelder will call on you with sam- ple. If you have health, wealth and happi- ness at heart you will give him an order. Agents wanted in every town. Address J. K. BATCHEI.DJiR, Virnlnia City, Nev. jy24 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, Tbe Bishop's School for .Girls, Founded in 1876 by Bishop Whitaker. THIS SCHOOI, OFFERS SPHCIAI, AD- vantages for the study of linglish and tnusic. The Advent term begins WEDNESDAY. SEPT 3, 1890. Apply to MISS JULIA MEGQUIKR, Principal. jy7mi Reno, Nevada. Desr Park Mineral Sprinis Hote', VTOW OPEN FOR THE ACCOMMOUA- tiou of guests. By rait to Truckee; from there my ftage runs daily on arrival of trahi from the West. Botrd and lodging, to per week: 13 miles from Truckee; miles from Tahoe City. All communications addreswd Truc- kee, Cal. J. B. SCOTT, Proprietor. By Associated Press.] NEW YOBK, July Hoffman Oo. have ordered in gold for shipment to Europe to-day. The total this week will be Suirerlngfrom the eflecLB of youtBulerron, early decay, wMting weakneM, lost man- hood, etc.. T will aend a viluable treatise contalolmr full :ulars for home cure FREE of charge. A splendid medi- cal work: should be read by every man who debilitated. Aditreai. Prof. F.O. We will make your dollar buy more good- 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 ATSLAUaHTEBlNGjRICESl 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. JB.RO., Heno, Nevada. NEWSPAPER!   

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