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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - July 29, 1890, Reno, Nevada 'JOB WORK The Neatest, The Best, At the Gazette Offlco. VOL. XXIX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, TUESDAY, JULY 29, 1890. NO. 102. MISCELLANEOUS. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. POWDER Absolutely Pure. A cream of-tMtar -fcsklrig r. Highest of all In mwngi.'i. U.H. U'lu-inment Ana. IP, 1889. Both method and results vhen S) nip of Fi_g-> is taken; it is plenum t and to tlie taste, and acts- promptly on tlieKiiliinys, Liver Howels, clonuses the sys teni oliet'tuidly, dispels colds, ache.s ami IVvcrsiuidctms constipation. Syrup of Fijpi is tlie only remedy of its kind ever pro- duced, plf .ising to the taste ami ac cppUihle to thft stomach, pron.ptin its action and truly beneficial in itf- effects, its many excellent qualities commend it to all. It is for sale in 50c and SI bottles by all lo druggists. MANUFACTURED ONUY DY THE CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRAHOISCO. CAL. LOWSVIUF, Kr. HEW N Y- Smoke tlie Celebrated ESTRELLA CIGAR Manufactured E. H. GATO. Factory No. 38, KEY WEST. SEE THAT No. 38 Is Stamped on the Bottom of Every Box ESBERG, BACHMAN CO. Agents Ocas'. San FV.-lt C.-il THE BEVERID2E Af rO.tt KT 1 C STEAM COOKER, Patented Hebrnnry 12, be-.t stcniii cooker "I tile Illarkcl. cooke- retains FcHxUooki-Mn thti cooke- retai i nutritive qualities, and lienltliy -iiul digestible meal can he cooked nt once and in Urn-, mile than thc'old woy. i will call on you with xam- llave I'caUh. w alth and hapni- nev, nt iR-.irt nitl-give him an order. v in town Addrestj. K. HA Virginia City, Ncv jyl, Sale of Impounded Stock. ON WKDXUSDAY. THE INSTANT, between the hours of i and j p. M I will sell at public auction In front of the PoUoffice one bay mare branded I J on right der and 'circl.- -F" on Uwer part of ihigh. between the same hours I will sell to the highest bidd-r. at tl-e pound, one srmll sor- rel home brande I "P" on shoulder, sad- ale and crupper mnrkcand fo ir white feet JOHN DOUOX.A8, Chief of Police. FLIES. A ItlxfiulNltion on the tiy an Old The great provalence of flies in asso- ciation with the continued warm weather led to the unloosening of j the tongues of a number of old-timers, who either at a street corner or convivial glass, recall the days of pcrftilonco on the plains they were crossing, when flies were as thick as gnats in bullriiHhes. An unusu.il activity among flies in specially hot weather is usually ac- cep'ed in folklore ao a Pign of putra- tive to the prei-ence of Urge quantities of animal tilth or re- mams. Anyone who has over noticed a piece of meat hung tip.in an ox- fiotted sunny place will have seen the vaMt aggregation of fly blows after a ley la the dual Motion of na- ture, whicb" to act in a circle, the same .flies which feed on decaying and HO in a man- nor avert danger to the human race, tiiut very nut propagate to a duu> gerous extent. Flies, by alighting on irritated stir-i Trouble in Constan- tinople. SOUTH AMERICAN REVOLUTION. A family Burned by Ineendi- nares. A Frightful A.ccldent at San Prnrpedlnga. By Associated Press.) WASHINGTON, July 29 House faces, often propagate tlie irritat- j Comniittee on Appropriations to-day inj? complaints, and in Egypt, where blindness in one eyoisextieuiely prev- alent, the caut-e haw been traced to Ilien. Both here KI Keno and in Vir- gjnia City the siuiit ban often been of Indian MIIIHUS cohtentedly plajing a I'into Poker game in a back lot with their paixxwes lying on the ground behind them, und a lionle of voracious flies covering tlie inflamed infant eyelids, to be brushed otf once in a while the mother's shawl to scatter disease. One of tlie oldest pioneers of Trunkee Meadows remarked this morning as he fanned himtwjlf with bis hands against the liost of flies: "This 'ere either means a pestilence or a, rain." A Arm. Mrs. residing near the Mc- Intosh barn, slipped from her back porch this afternoon, and being a lieav- ilv built woman, sustained a" fracture of the left fore arm just the wrist. Phillips was called in and re- duced the fracture and left her as comfortable as poobible. Mrs. Dewing, an old residont of this township, residing in Powning's addi- tion, while feeding her chickens this afternoon, slipped and fell ofl' a stoop so heavily as to break her arm. If you havA rnado up your mind to buy Hood'n Sarsapnrilla do not be m- to liny any oilinr. Hood's Sar- sapanlla is H peculiar medicine, pos- HtisxiniCi by virtue of HH peculiar com- and preparation, curailvu nuperior to auy oihei article of llio kind. TO-DAY. REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES, KRNO, Nevaili. July '26. iSoo. 4T A MKKT1NC OFTHK KK1TBUCAN County Central Committee ol w county on the above date, it w.-is ordered that A Republican Primary Election -Be UMd on------- Saturday, Aug. 1890, I'or the purpose of electinx eighteen dele gates to btate Convention to be held MI Virginia City on Sept. 4th. Ordered that the State be nppoitioned as follows Reno 10, Glendale i. Browns i Wadsworth 3. I'rntiktown, Wnshoe mid Incline i, Verdi, 1'vrainul and Salt Maish The delegates receiving the highest num- ber of v tes cast throughout the county sub- ject to the above apportionment shall be de- clared duly elected. Also order d Hint on the same day a" e'ec- ti 11 be held for the. purpose of efec intr 97 .del gates to the 'bounty Convention to bt held at Keno on October 7th, at 10 o'clock a.m. APPORTIONED AS FOLLOWS. Keno............ Wasihoe.......... Wadsworth........... it Salt Marsh Incline Glendale............ t-ranktowr 1'yr.unid Verdi The of both 'Hate Ptid county dele- gates to lit printed on same ballot. The Conn y Convention is cal'ed for the purpose of nominating n full ticket. One State Senator. Three One Sheriff. One County Cleric. One Countv Treasurer. One County Recorder. One Assessor. One Surveyor. One District Attorney. One Public Admin.sf-atorex-officioCoioner. One Commissioner, long term. One Commissioner, short term. Also for the appointment of a County Cen- tral Committee The following test will be required I am a of this state nnrt will sup- port the no niaeesof the Republican The attention of the Bonrd is respectfully called to the law elections. Statute 1883, pages 28 20 inclusive. Polls to be kept own from i p m. to 6 p m. rdcred that the following shall be the Judges nt the several places where the Pri- maries are held- K Correco nmucl Cliff, J. J. McEwen. Polls at office. P Marker. C. O. Porter, J. J ackson. Pollsat Marker's llr M. Lamb, E. Crane, Bert Polls at blacksmith shop. M. Thompson, O. C. Rose, D. W. Bryant. Polls ot school house Pvram Odctt, Joe Giles, Jarne? Polls nt Odettrs. A Merrill. Polls at Merrill's. Marsh -A. C. Sc itt. C. Norton. J. F. i Bonhnm. Polls at Boihum's. 1-ixley, Frtd Burns, Camil Lontcev. Polls nt O. store. McPherson.C. H. Lewis. R. H. Cowles. Polls nt Justice's office. I.. Crockett. Polls nt------------ Reno. First Savage, Will Gould, W. H. Joy. Polls at Surveyor's office. Second H Dauchy, Geo. Hy Sol Levy. Pol s at Justice's office. Third W. Higgina, O. W. O'Con- nor. L sle Jamison Polls at engine house. Ordered that these procecdin sbe publ'sh- ed in tie KKNO EVKNING GAZETTE slid Daily Nevada State Journal J. F. ALEXANDER, President Washoe Rcpub'ican County Cen- tral JI. W. ROFP, Secretary. iy29 reported a joint resolution providing temporarily (until August 14tli) for such of the expenditures of the Gov- ernment as have not been provided for by the appropriation bills which have already become laws. The reso- lution was pUPKed. The House then wentintoCommittee of the Whole on the Senate amend- ments to the Sundry Civil Appropria- tion bill. In speaking on one of the Senate amendments to the Sundry Civil bill Slruble of Iowa made a bitter attack upon Speaker Keed for his action to- wards the gentlemen having an inter- est in the public building bills. He contrasted the cour.eous manner of Speaker Carlisle towards nil gentlemen requesting a recognition with the al- most sneering manner in which the present Speaker treated such requests. Ho said the Speaker treated the mem- bers as though they were a lot of boys. He did not propose to stand this sort of treatment any longer with- a protest. Should the members, he asked, continue to submit longer like cowards to the dictation of the Speaker Should they not rather combine in an honest attempt to have a recognition Ho was for a rebellion against the rul- ings of the Speaker in regard to the public buddings bills. Strnble's remarks wore vigorously applauded by the Democrats. Outes of Alabama offered for refe.r- ence to the Committee on Rules a res- oluti >n reoilingan editorial published in the National Economist on July the organ of the Farmers Al- liance, declaring that the bondholders are now happy, and that their bonds will be paid now in gold only, stating it would be interesting to know how many millions it took to force this bill through Congress, and charging that in these days of corruption and trick- ery men do not change their constitu- ency without" a consideration. The resolution further recited that the bill (silver bill) bad been passed through Congress by bribery and corruption, and that the integrity of the House demands that the truth or falsehood of the charge should established, and providing that a committee of seven members be appointed to in- vestigate the charge. SENATE. Morgan presented resolutions that was adopted at a public meeting of the Republicans, at Birmingham, Ala., against the passage of the Election bill. The Postoffice Committee reported back the Senate bill to establish a limited postal and telegraph service. Ingalls introduced a bill to establish a department of communication, and said it was prepared by and introduced at the request of the Wage Workers' Alliance. The Tariff bill was taken tip, the ponding q-iestion being on McPher- bon's amendment offered yesterday, to reduce the duty on acettc or pyrolig- neous acid. Amendment rejected by a party vote; yeas, 20; nays, 27. The clerk proceeded with the reading of the bill, but only got through a few linea when he was stopped by McPher- son. He (McPherson) had something to say about the first line, fixing the duty on boracic acid at five cents per pound. At present, the rate four cents per pound, the duty on boracic acid is 78 3 per cent, and now it was pro- posed to make it 91.91 per cent, ndva- lorem. He quoted the statement of Neidinghans before the Finance Com- mittee, to the effect that boracic acid could be produced in California at two cents per pound, so that the proposed duty would amount per cent, advalorein. He moved to reduce the rate from 5 to cents per pound. A Whole Family Cremated. By Associated Press.] CINCINNATI, July set fire to the residence of Rev. David Plumb in a gale in Indiana this morn- ing. Plumb was fatallv burned and his wife and three children perished in the flames. Plumb was a promi- nent Methodist minister. The iniinrreetlanlatB By Cable and Associated Freu.] LONDON, July following cable, dated Buenos Ay res, July 28th, P. M., has been received at the Legation of the Argentine Republic in this city: It is announced "that the insurrection has completely subdued the President of the Republic, and the National Cabinet ie giving orders from the National Government House. The Finance Minister is at liberty. (Signed) Jose Garcia." Senor Garcia, the signer of the above dispatch, is the Argentine Min- ister of Finance. He was taken pris- oner by the revolutionists at the begin- ning of the outbreak Saturday. CONFLICTING HUMOIIS. LONDON, July dispatch to the Times, dated Jolr-28th, 7 p. M., says: "It ia reasserted that terras rnont between the Government and the revolutionary forces have been agreed upon. According to the .terms, those civilians who hava taken part in the insurrection are not to be punished. All the Captains of the revolutionary forces and all officers above the grade of Captain ure to be deprived of their rank. The artillery of tne insurrec- tionists is to be surrendered to-mor- row." The above dispatch is President Ce) man's version of the situation at Buenos Ayres. A private dispatch from that city, dated July 28th, P. M., states: There is no change in the situation, and no chance for a compromise be- tween the factions." Later dispatches say that it must be foueht out. PAWS, Ju'y Mitre, for merly President of the Argentine Re- public, who has been residing here, has suddenly taken his departure. PARIS, July Temps pub ished a dispatch from Buenos Ayres, stating that, the Government and the leaders of the revolutionary movement md reached a settlement. President Delmau, the dispatch says, resigned and has been succeeded by Vice-Pres- ident Pelligrinio, and quiet is restored. LONDON, July the House ot Commons the Parliamentary Secretary of the Foreign Office stated that the British Minister at Buenos Ayres had sent a dispatch to the foreign officer, stating that President Celtnan had left Buenos Ayres and that negotia- tions between the Government and the leader of the revolution were pro- ceeding. Many Acres of Lum- ber Burning. FURNISHING GOODS. HATS BOOTS AND SHOES. THE FEVERISH GRAIN MARKET. Kucew. By Associated Press SARATOGA, July The first race was three-fouiths of a mile. Lady coi.ts. Hold by Wm. Pinnlger. The original and genuine Abloilno prepara- tion b ars the 1'ac sluiile signature of u. Jf. BETTER THAN GOLD. RESTORED HKR HEALTH. Tat 28 years I suffered from bolls, 2nd cither blood affections, taking daring that time great quantities of different medicines with- out giving me any perceptible relief. Friends Induced me to try 8. H. S. It Improved me from the atari, mod after taking several bottles, ro- ttored my u I could hope for at age, which la now aenreoty-ftre yean. UBS. 8. X. LOOAS, Bowling Green. Ky, IreaUse on Blood and Skin Dfeeasen mailed free. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Oa. for "Oar Fanuly Physician" is a valuable and reliable doctor book, given to ever new subscriber the WEEKLY GAZETTE. The newsiest, the cheapest and the Ga- zette and Stockman. My Summer Stock Is Now Complete, -------Consisting of-------- -4- The Latest and Best Styles Men's and Boys' Clothing, Underwear, Socks, Neckwear, All and Patterns, Collars, Cufis, Windsor Ties and Dole Bows, A LARGE ASSORTMENT U ATO Men's, Boys and Children's 0 ifHff llM 0 All gradoH and x STWW A11 prradc'B and colon A full line of J. B. Stetson Co. FINE HATS In all grades. A Fine Stekjf SILK JATSjf the A Large Assortment of Men'p and Boys' Suspenders. lUNDERUND'S 6O SHOE. Bflilonliice.Coiress MY STOCK OP 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'B Boots, Shoes and'Slippers in all grades and, colors. All sold at the Lowest Possible Price. Ladies' and Gent's Boots and Shoes made to order: Repairing neatly done. K. LEVY UROfHKK. Dry Goods Used ta 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, 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 ingle Article WITHOUT RESERVE Must and Will Be Sacrificed ATSLAUGHTER1NG 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, shall be obliged to enforce collection. or we Reno, Nevada. JEWS PA PER I JEWS PA PER I
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