Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Reno Evening Gazette Newspaper Archive: August 2, 1890 - Page 1

Share Page

Publication: Reno Evening Gazette

Location: Reno, Nevada

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - August 2, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                RenoEvf ning Gazette U8LB1S1 E7CST E7E5I3'} ETEPT SOSDAY. A. O. PORTKR. A. C. UHAGO. BEAGG FORTES. P mrietors. Dally one yc-ir'V'V innil! ............fi oo Weefclj--. one year (by nnil) .............i oo to any part ol Reno (per '5 KATKS, OK en upinre lor 50 WcHki, -.'iti-ire fur rme month...... i 25 8-itarJuy...................August 2, 1890 5 01CL1C[ EDITION. "How nrc to wclcct delegates to tin: State niul Couuly tioiisj1" is ti qiK'Siion that is fre- quently tictird. The bosses would iluuUt liko to put a ticket hi the fluid and have no opposition to it, but lovers of a pure Government look nt it a little diflereuily. They are tirod of oeing bossed aud nosed arotiud by ambitious individuals who have Qvibiiig but tboir owu iniurcsitt to look tutor. To those who woulJ like t" see none but fjoml who have the beat interests of the State, county and puny at would 8Ug- go-jt that a public meeting no ca. and ways and means for bi-'.'Ttiiig delegates be discussed, and iu thut way get n purely citi- ZIMI ticket, put it hi the field, then evpryboiiy tur i out the day the primaries are held nnd see that it is elected. IT is the duty of every citizen of RIMIO to use his best endeavors to intike the coming' State Fair a suc- cess in every particular. Don't leave all the work to be done by the society's officers, but ihe thiujj out putting something on e.xhibiiion or speaking a good word for the Fair to every stranger you meet, nnd try to get at least one nuii-reoideut 10 attend. "Tho help those who help them- and I he GAZETTE hopes to sec the community a unit oil State Fair matters. Is IT not about vimc for the candidates for the various county oflircs to announce themselves, or do they expect to get in on a sneak and tint give the people ft chance to ciinvass them at ail? Through- out California and other towns iu IM -vnila candidates are announcing themselves through the press, and that is act it should be. THE Enterprise insists that R. K. Colcorn, Esmeralda's candidate Governor, has not withdrawn from the contest, while the Carson Tribune nnd lleuo Journal con- tend that he I.us. If Mr. Colcord in still iu the ring, would it not bo well to settle the bickerings of those great journals by a card over his oivu signature? .NEVADA'S STATEHOOD. ABROAD. electric street-railroad is the latest; Innovation in Tokio. j A PAPER in Canton estimates that 000 people die in China every year by lire and flood. THE drain of the wealth of China for the purchase of foreign opium amounts to tae'.s yearly. I ROSA KF.rsrnuA.uMER is tho first woman in Austria to receive from the Emperor permission to practice as an oculist. PIT.C.RIMH are not numerous in Jeru- salem this year, but all the hotels are crowded with tourists, chiefly English and American. TIIK state of siege on tin.- Wand of Crete has been raised, and martial law has been abolished. Tho Cbribth.na on the island arc jubilant. PROFESSIONAL florists of England are cultivating old-fashioned f.ownr.s, such as tho daisy, tho columbine, larkspur, hollyhock and Canterbury bolls. TIIK Russian Ctovornmont has adopted measures to prevent the Immigration to Siberia of the Chinese. They were flocking to that dismal country in hordes. A liKnux publisher will bring out a people's edition of Bismarck's collected works in four volumes comprising the most important loiters, .speeches and political papers. at Middloborotigh, England, arc excited over tho alleged discovery of petroleum in tho ground bonoath them. Experimental borings are being made to a depth of -J.OOO feet. supplying the wants of its own population. Franco exports to Ger- many, liplgium, Holland, Denmark and Sweden larjre ijiiantitios of salted and smoked geese for winter provision. Ix Russia tho Government has recent- ly given permission for the employment of women by the railway companies. Tho Transcaspian Railway Company has engaged thirty fomalo servants, and women can bocomo inspectors of sta- tions, engine-drivers, etc. TIIK marble statue of the Princess of Wales, -which is being executed in Paris by tho famous French sculptor Chapius, is now nearly finished, and in to bo pre- sorted to tho National Art Gallery in Copenhagen. It promises to bo a splen- did v ork of art, and is an excellent like- fit CAPTAIN SHAW, culor or mto London firo brigade, has published statistics of flros in theaters throughout the world in 1889. Ila says that flftoen theaters were destroyed, nineteen persona killed, ninoty-ono badly wounded, and goes on to prove by figures that by entering a thoator a person improves his chances of an untimely end. A PUOJKCT is now on foot to connect St. Peter iburg with Archangel, a dis- tance of flvo hundred miles, by an elec- tric r ilway. Tho enterprise, with which tho name of Siemens is connected, is backed by Archangel interests, and tho estimated cost of tho road, includ- ing rolling stock, will bo per mile. Ax attempt has been mado in tho Chinese province of Ilnpoh to stir up tbo people against tho missionaries and for- eigners generally, innammatory hand- bills worn posted about tho capital city, grossly caricaturing Christianity and de- manding tho extermination of foreign- ers. The matter was vigorously taken in hand by tho French, English and American Consuls, and nt hist accounts, the excitement had subsided. PEOPLE BEFORE THE PUBLIC. MISCELLANEOUS. Peculiar In Combination, Proportion, Process ol preparation. Hood's full curative ralne of the ben known of the vegetable kingdom. strenght and Banaporilla U the only medicine of which efcn truly be said, "100 one dollar." Other require larger doses, and do not produce as good results ai Barsaparllla. Peculiar In medicinal merit, Hood's Earsapartlla accomplishes cures hitherto un- known, and has woo the tltla ot The great- test blood pnriflererer discovered." Peculiar In Its "good name at there Is more of Hood's SaraapariDa sold in Lowell, where it Is made, than of all other blood purifiers. Peculiar In Its phenomenal record of abroad, no other preparation has attained such popularity In so short a time. It Is Peculiar to Itself; Peculiar in the originality and effectiveness Of its advertising, Its methods are continually being copied by competitors. Peculiar in the way It wins the people's confidence, one bottle always sells another. Hood's Sarsaparilla Bold b? dmnists. 31; six for fa. Prenared only by C I. HOOD CO., Apothecaries, Lowell. Hasp. I OO Doses One Dollar C. W. HOUSE DRY GOOD8 STORE. The Warned to Keep Hnudft oir. The Commercial defends Nevada fullow.s: The proposition to unstute Nevada and relegate her back to a turritoiial condition comes from the East. Tho East, however, had better not play with cutlery of kind. When tho General Govern- iiv toxins to monkey with the au- tonomy of States Mutually in the Union, trouble will begin. They might con- clude that tho litele patch of ground known an Rhotlts Island ought not to compete with such as New York is now, ami other Western States soon will be, and attach her for State pur- to a neighbor. Then Maine nnd New Hampshire and Vermont and tho rest of the small holdings in the northeast might be compelled to consolidate with Massa- chusetts for want of requisite popula- tion and area, as they are fulling be- hind in the race for empire. Then there is JX-leware and New Jersey, little potato patches on Uncle SUIII'M farm. No telling where the thing will end if it once nets a start. Once a Stitte always a State, unless the terri- torv is abolished, by content, by the aurVouuding States and Territories. Sici. CRISPT, tho Prime Minister of Italy, is seventy years of ago. CHIEF-JUSTICE li'ui.LCii made bis first public speech at a Pierce anil King moot- ing In Augusta, Me., in 1802. BcTT.En is reported to bo worth Ilo has law offices in several cities and a practice worth S100.000 a year. Miss OMVK BuciiAXA-v, of St. Louis, Is tbo first woman In tho United States to hold tho office of United States dep- uty marshal. REV. T. DE WITT TAI.MAOE is a draw- ing card upon tho platform. Ilo is totf receive for twenty lectures with CUautauqua assemblies this summer. ACTING'GOVERXOK TAGOART, Of NOW Iliirapshire, wbo was born in 1838 and graduated from Harvard in 1873, is tho j youngest chief executive in the United States. JAY GOULD'S daily income has been estimated recently at Cornelius Vanderbilt's at John D. Rocke- feller's at and William Waldorf Astor's at A PAKIS correspondent says that Mr. Stanley is tho color of a cooked olive and his hair is white, but he does not look much aged and has every appear- ance of being in good health, GEOHGE BAKCHOFT, who was Secretary of tho Navy for a year and a halt in. the administration of President Polk, is the oldest ex-Cabinot officer, both in ago and date of service, now living-. atlcconraoof Hostetter'.s Stomach Hitters, th. and mott genial of tonic nervines with raesonable pluaamtier a K! sainr this than to swash tiio vlsluulllng department wito aleonullc or tbo reverse, liewr vxtracts, nervx foods, narcotics, In illaxaisu. Isattiro'a sweet restorer, bttiiuy It pi-ovlclfiKlnl recni't-raiitof weak nnU this glorious frauuhUn bring uanally tUt) con-cquencvo nr gound digestion ami lucreaaHd vigor the grunt stomachic which luourui botu is a so of rupote at rtqnlred tiiiiu. Not unrefreslied r.vvatunlng, In ilvulattl who it, but vlg .roiio clear U-U ami irauqnll. Uoe lh.-li.tu-r. nUo .or raa. rheu- nmtcsm. klJuuy troubles, tonstly-tion aud tutu spring. Sulii at 23 ctDls a box by S. J A wore for Film. Itching Piles are known ny moUttue, like persi'iratiou causing Jntenao ttehlng when warm ThU lorm, 88 well as blind, bletd- I Inx BIH! prutraUink. yield at to Dr. Pile wnioh acts tllrwctly I ou tnu parts affeoteU, absorbs t mors, ai- AIIO DtugtfUts orjliailj treatise Ylcua, O. by Try" him j says, "do the circumstances of the xbyS.J. actor's work forbid such a possibility, but tho work itself needs a caloor at- mosphoro than is to be found in the strife of public noods and personal am- bition of iuch a lofty itind HOTELS. le Fkmli 1-. .V THRHK-STORY 11R1CK STRUCT- inc. entirely new, and is situated near I t- V. T., C. P. and N. C. O. Depot. Tho liooins are well lighted sunny and handsomely furnished. and The In with all of the Hranon and In flrst-clnKN. the SL'PERIXTEXDEXT POKTEB, of tho Con- Pracc on Karth sus Bureau, has decided to form a col- Awatts conttless army of martyia, I lection of all the newspaper, magazine whoso ranks ar.' constantly recruited from periodical publications of every de- the victims of nervousness and nervous dls- I 8cription published in tho United States Thu j rice of the boon Is a system- i this r GENERAL FBEMOST is living on Staten Island in retirement, and he is appar- ently good for many years yet. His form is erect and his eyes have the same flash as when he crossed tho RocUics and wrote those enchanting reports which, strictly true as they are, have all tho freshness and vigor of a romance. TUB accounts of the condition of Mr. Lawrence Barrett recently published are not sustained by private letters, spoak of his early return to tho United States. Tbo fact that he has purchased a now play in England would seem to indicate tbat ho is more hope- ful of recovery than tho reports would indicate. TBVINO has onoe more re- no Dr. The bar is at all times kept in keepmu. with the rest of the house, and the traveling public can find no better >lace to stop than at the Pliffinix. Rotes oo, 25, oo, according to the room, mnzitf J- W. KILLEEN. Proprietor. THE PALACE RENO'S LEADING HOTEl IT HAS.. Light >unny Rooms, Restaurant Attached, Pine Billiard Parlor AL WHITE, J. J. GRANT. Proprietor. Manager. Every Attention Paid to Guests. _______mv6ti_______________ Reno's Popular Hotel. TDK IS OFFERING new attractions to the guests every day. THK ROOMS are well ventilated and lighted ninl sunny. THK BOARD is of thebest. both in qual- ity and quantity. The finest meats, fish nnd fowl in the market. THE BAR is second to none on the const Give un a call and be convinced. U. OIii.MLBEKLA.IN', -Manager THE GRAND CENTRAL. mins WEU.-KVQWN AND I hotel is three stories in height and con- tains 36 rooms, all well lighted and sunny, and furnished in modern style. The dining room is a home for the traveler, where he can cet the very best the market affords, and the bar is second to none in thf State. Try the Central once and you won't stop any- where else. _ jestf DAN O'KEBFB, Prop'r. Fireworks, Flags, Firecrackers, Etc. H. FISHER CO., SACRAMENTO, CAL. Importers nud dealers iu Fireworks, ftc. at Auction! ....At the.... MISCELLANEOUS. OPERA HOUSE DRY GOODS STORE. DRY GOODS, TS, SHOES, Ready Clothing, To be sold to the HIGHEST BIDDER FOR CASH, Commencing Wednesday, July 30, 1890, fff At p. m. and continue sales on each evening until' the above amount is sold. C, W.'BOOTO We make a specialty of Exhibition Goods. to correHOoiK} with us, as we give ynu morn and bettor goods other company on the coast. Send for Price List. H. FISHER CO. Largest Dealer on Paiifle Dr. Gnnn's Improved i Iver Fills on a' count   ADA WILLIAM DIXON BROTHER, rVEALERS IN BEEF, HOTTO, PORK, VEAL, ETC. Are prepared to the best meats at the lowest I' ring rates, Kow Lots for Sale. 1 OR MORK EXIG1HLE BOTLDING I J-ots for sale at easy easy terms, south of the Taucluenvcr.couli- CMtofRcoo. Enquire of H -DEALER IN- ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE, Plows, Harrows, Farm Wagons, Ocars, Oatfs, Road Scrapers, Seed Drills, 2 Power Rakes, Manufact arer_oi Tinware. PlmHii aid GaiTlJ116 LBWGSt Prlce' PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES, Agency Mnund City Prepared Paint -guaranteed pure. AND Plate Sullivan Kelly Co, Sacramento, California. taH SI fall Paper, O. Commercial Row, Reno, Nevada, .PGA.LEU IN.. Shelf Hardware, Bar Iron, Barbed Wire, Stee Cumberland Coal, Lime, Plaster, Cement, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS _. 1J Bnckeye and Ml Other Kinds of Machine Extras a Sptfialty. GROCERIES, AND CROCKERY. AGENT FOB EMPIRE MOWER. ocldwtf RICHARD lor WITCHES, JEWELRV. The largest Finest Stock, LOWEST PRICES HEKZ. The Only House RKNO Wliieh Makes A SPECIALTY Engraving, Diamond Setting fine Watch Re- pairing. OVER Repaired in Nevada. Pure Ice Cream Soda Water, "VICHY ,ETC., ETC., ______AT______ J. NBI BM Elepm Soda Fountain, Corner of Commercial Row and Virginia Street, BANKING AND INSURANCE. D. A. BKNDER, GKO. W. MAPKS, C. T. BKNDKK, GKO. H. TAYLOK, President. Vicc-Presidcut. Cnsliit-r. Asst. CnMner .RENO, TVKVA-PA. Surplus, Cash Capital, A General Banking: Business Transacted. Prompt attention given to all btmucKH to our care, aud domestic cxchnugyMlTOught sud Bold. Foreign PRINCIPAL CORRESPONDENTS: BANK OP CALIFORNIA, Sail Francisco. NAT. HANK D. O. M1U.S it CO., Sacramento AM. KXCHANG1-: NAT. HANK, New York. CONTINENTAL NAT. HANK, ClncaKO, 111. BROWN, 8H1PLKY CO., I.o'.ulon. BANCA Genoa, lliily. DIRECTORS W. O. H. MARTIN, A. H. MANNING, C.liO. W. MAl'l-> D. A. HENDJJR, C. T. BENDER. ________ALLKN A. M. I.I-.E.________ THE BANK OF NEVADA I'apital Stock Fully Subscribed, Will buy and Boll exchange cm Francisco London and the principal Eastern nnd fii.i-t-- OFFICCRS M. D HOLEY, President K. S. OSHI'KN. Oi-.'n M. R. WARD, Vice-President. BOARD Of DIRECTORS: DANIEL MEYER, of Sau I'ranciBco. M. i 
                            

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 145+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

25 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 145 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 19 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication