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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - August 8, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                JOB WORK The Neatest, The Best, At the Gazette Office. ENVELOPES Printed Cheaper than the Cheapest. VOL: xxix. WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1890. MISCELLANEOUS. mm OF CONGRESS. POWDER Absolutely Pure. A ..of tartM. baking powder. HltcbWt of nil In strength. V. fi. Government Any. IP, 1889. ANNOUNCEMENTS. cap'o inserted under this head for }s, payable in advance. For Commissioner. RW. I'ARRY HEREBY ANNOUNCES himself for the office of long term Commissioner, Mibjeet to the decision of the Republican County Convention. County Commissioner. DAN O CONNER HEREBY ANNOUXCKS liuuscir f r the offue of County Commis- sioner subject to the decision ol the Republic in County Convention. County Commissioner. P. M'l.AUGHLIN 1IKRFBY AN- >Y nounccs hiniscll as a candidate for County Commissioner, subject to the decision of tlie'Mc'inoci.itic County Convciuiou.______ County Clerk. HW IIIOC.INS HERE1JY ANNOUNCES himself as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the dc-'ibiou of the Kepublf caii County Coiuention.__________________ Foi County Clerk. TJU'.RI'.IIY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS A c.in idnte for the office of Clerk of Washoc- County, subject to the decision ot the Republican County Contention. Mug ORLANDO EVANS -I'OR- M. 1. S. T., AKTISTS MATERIALS Fresh Garden Seeds, Diamond Spectacles, -GO rr J. HODGKINSON'S DRUG STORE. VIRGINIA STREKT, RKNO Unclaimed Freight Sale. TO AW, WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: NOTICRIS HI-RKBY GIVKN THAT TlfE following property mariccd or consigned ns follows now on hand nt the Hallway Station of the Southern 1'acific Co. at Reno, Nev., having remained unclaimed the time required by be sold at public auc- tion oli the 12th day of August, 1090, at said railway station, at 10 o'clock a. in account of freight and storage charges, unless soonet removed: i crate cloth rollers, A. J. Oliver; i case E paint, J. K. Kliimauson; i crocKery. John A. Stroh; i carboy acid, S. i bundle sacks. G. w. Mapes; i barrel whisky, O. Becker; t boxes personal effects, George Holler; i chair, i cushion, i faro table, Geo Bell; i sewing machine. John M. Coomer; 6 boxes personal effects, including surgical or dental instruments, McGnrvey; i galvan- ized iron tub, H. C. Uorch; i coils barbed wire, 11.; i bar steel, i bar iron, C C D.-, i bundle blankets, K'l Kunr; i bundle wall pa per; M. C Guire, i school desk, C. WGrovcr! I lack bedding, Jas. Andrews. 3 bundles sacks, Edmoud Stone; i boxed trunk, J. G. Poland. Also the following over freight: i sinzlc tree, I wimlliwsor derrick, cog and pinion and 2 handles mid i c..jiper soda drum, i window weight, ij pice, s mm C. F SMURR. General Freight Agent, Southern Pacific Company._____________________qgitio MRS, GRAHAM'S Elilsr Flower CrsaiD, H VVK YOU EVER used Mrs Grah am B Cucumber and Elder .Flower Cream? If not. send to Miss 6 bbs, Milliner, at RPDO, or to your druggist and get a but uo to try. It IB superb for eaiming the erect emol- It is a comu ete protection against the ef- fects of i mi and wind. ncn go ont o the cnnntry or ten- sldo resort you will find It an invainable pro ectliMi to the complexion. It is nut grease or clammy OT eticky And It kui'pg i ho a1 In >-olt nnd smooth and prevrnta the lormatton of wrinkle-. It is not a cnamvtlo. it la n it lire's own treatment lor the pro- tection of n One dollar per bottle. For salo by all lea (OK druggists. Jy2lyl C. NOVACOVICH. H. T. BKRRY. BERRY NOVACOVICH, -----Wholesale mid Retail Dealers in----- Groceries, I'rovislons, FINE TEAS AND OOFFEES, Fish: aid: Oysters In season. FRUITS OH ALL Wines, Liquors, cigars, Tobacco, Crockery. We carrv a fine assortment of FANCY GROChRIKS. Commercial Row, Reno, Nmda. Cardboard AF ALL KINDS FOR SALB AT REAS- V oonble the GAZBTTB Resolution Passed to Move Grant's Body. DROWMM OF FOUR BATHERS. Minister Mizner on His Way Out of Guatemala. Kites." Special to the GASCTTE.] SAN FRANCISCO, Ang. fun- eral of Mrs. Annie Stewart Romero, daughter of Senator Stewart, took place this morning from Trinity Church. The funeral services were read by the Rector, Rev. J. Sanders Reed. Tho floral offerings were many and handsome. consisted of sheavea of wheat, wreaths, pillows, crosses and basket.- worked in the choicest of flowers. The pall bearers were W. D. English, G. B. Heazelton, Col. H. I. Thornton, W. F. Hcrrin, Judge Clark, William Dargie, Mr. Taylor and Mr. Jewett. t LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Imperial Invitation to the Inter- national Medical College. Slattern. By Associated Press WASHINGTON, Aug. Senate passed Senator Plumb's concurrent resolution providing for the transfer, with Mis. Grant's consent, of the re- mains of General Grunt from Now York to the Arlington cemetery. Call offered a resolution, which was agreed to, instructing the Committee on Foreign Relations to inquire into and report such measures as may be necessary for the protection of citizens of the United States who were for- merly residents of Cuba and subjects of Spain, against prosecution by the Spanish Government for offenses al- leged to have committed by them. The conference report on the fortifi- cation bill was taken up for considera- tion. MOUSK. Mutchlor of Pennsylvania was ex- cused at his own request from further service on the Committee on Coinage, Weights and Measures and Vaux of Pennsylvania was appointed to fill the vacancy. The House resumed the considera- tion of the general deficiency bill, the pending question being an amendment granting u month's extra pay to the employes of the House and Senate. The amendment was 72, nays 104. Vaux of Pennsylvania moved to re- commit the bill, with instructions to the Committee on Appropriations to report it back with a clause appropri- ating for deficiencies in the fees and expenses of United States Marshals, but it was 33, nays, 150. The bill was then passed. The Committee on Rules reported their resolution providing that it shall be in order, after two hours' debate, to move that the House non-concur in all the Senate amendments to the Indian Apuropriation bill. The Farmers' Alliance Sub-Treasury bill was to-day before the Ways and Means Committee, The discussion, however, failed to. develop a kindly feeling towards the bill on the part of the committee. UmeoverleM at Horn pell. At PompoiPsorne moVal paint1 ngs of morn than ordinary Interest have recently been disclosed, ami a reuiark- able discovery has been nude of a house five oiorlos The upper floor 18 profusedlv decorated and llie principal Iw'l displays on one wall S myth ol' BellHronhon, a undo figure holding with one ham! tbe brutle of his horse, is in (he act of rpcwivliifc I he letter and of Kmit J'rontiiH, who is .seated un a thrnno before bim. The lower part of the house was used as a bathing establishment. A Mliowor nt Young FrojJH. At a very early hour this morning the ground in the vicinity of the Bap- tist Church was covered by hundreds of young frogs, and they were all traveling south. It is very evident they came down from above. Perhaps some of our weather sharps will be able to give some prognostications. The fact that they were traveling south may have some bearing on the ensuing season. The GAZETTE refers the mat- ter to Messrs. Irish and Julicn. Will Noon From J By Associated Press.] CITY ov MEXICO, Aug. is ex- pected that dispatches will come from Mizner, the American Minister to Guatemala, to-day. It is understood that he left Guatemala on the United States man-of-war Ranger for Salvador, where ho can communicate with Wash- ington by cable. He will probably land at Acajutla. The true inwardness of the reason for ihe not-receipt of dis- patches from Mizuer will then be ex- plained. Tn-Hny'H Karen. By Associated Press.] SARATOGA, Aug. the first race Rosaline, filly, wcjn, Lord Harry sec- ond, Mabelle third. Time, In the second race of a mile, Fellow- ship won, Corticeilo second nnd Maid of Orleans third. Time, In the third race of six furlongs, Cornelia won, Golden Rod second and Fairy Queen third. Time, In the fourth race, also of six fur- longs, Lady Pulsifer won, Jack Rose second and Allan Bane third. Time In the fifth race, six furlongs, Amos A won, Genevieve second and Black Diamond third. Time While Bathing. By Associated Press.] BALTIMORE, Aug. 8. W. Storm and five-year-old-daughter, the fourteen-year-old Mrs J. O. Johnson; and the nine-year-old son of J. S. Graham, all of this city, were drowned yesterday while in bathing. They were sucked in by the undertow ol a passing steamer. Nine others in with them were rescued. An Imperial invl'atlon By Cable and Associated irrss.J BEKLIN, Aug. 8 to the International Medical Congress have received an invitation from the Em- peror to attend the court festivities at Potsdam to-day. -Prince Leopold will represent the Emperor. Bar silver, 112. Xo Pukrr ChlnM Tiiken. "The collection will now bo said an klahoina divine, "and I wish to say further that poker chips don't go an-- more. Get 'em cashed before you come and briiiiithe money, I am forced to this Decision because of the fact that some of the brethren have been shoving chips of their own making on us and letting the laugh be on us whoa wo went to get them cashed at the Dewdrop Fortune Parlors." A Kleu George Humphrey, the manager of the Monarch Saloon, has reduced the price of Wieland beer to five cents per glass, as will be seen by his advertise- ment In another column. His place is the picture of elegance, and will pay one to visit it. Read his ad. a Mecount. Oregon complains that Washington cast this year votes and thecen- sus gives her a population of while Oregon cast this year votes and is given a population of 242. Oregon naturally protests vigor- ously against census blunders and in- ists upon a recount. Attention. Uniform Rank, It. of F! You are hereby ordered to meet at armory at this (.Friday1) evening to make arrangements to attend the funeral of our deceased brother, J. R. Garcia. By order, II. J. THYES, J. F. Aitken, Recorder. Capt. Valuable Loir I tuft. The great Leary log-raft, worth 000, reached New York at 0 o'clock last Monday night from Nova Scotia. The raft contains pieces or "sticks." They are from 40 to 75 feet long, with 12 to 20-inch butts. Arrested. A gang of counterfeiters has been located near New Cumberland, Ohio. Two arrests have been made. It is said of the stuff were put into circulation the days the Baruum show was at Akron and Canton. WortlilPMH Many of the secrets of life are being brought to light by official reports. According to the reports of the United States Labor Bureau, there are in New York City 27.000 men who are sup- ported by their wives. Attention Company C. The regular monthly la-get practice will take place Sunday morning at 10 o'clock, Aug. 10 at the range; one gold und three silver medals will be awarded All members are requested to be present. BREVITIES. Company C will take their Galling gun to the range Sunday at 1 o'clock for practice. She will shoot 100 shots in seconds. Mrs. R. E. Turner of Oakland, who for several weeks has been visiting the family of Judge Haydon, will leave for home this evening. Why etuinre elocplpDR nights, with f. drv hacking co Kh. when Fryer's Abletlno will trlve >on rest. (It contains no oylnm> Price, 7S cpiitn Sold bv Wm. Plnnlirer' The and genuine AbleMn'e prepara- tion b arsthe fac-sluiile slgnatura of Jj. F. BORN. Virginia City, lulv 29, 1890, to the wife ot Vfilllam McMillan a Wadsworth, Nev Auo- 5. 1890, to the wile of T. W. MAKKf Virginia City, Nevada Aueust 7, iftjo. Harry H. Clark and Henrietta Klink. PIF.D. Virginia Cirr. Nevada AUDI 7 1899. Robert Webber Oliver, son of H. and William Oliver, aged 8 months and Pleased With Their New President. DISASTROUS RAILROAD WRECK. A Bloody Fight Between German Socialists. Defiant Britisly Priced Bruisers. By Cable nnd Associated Press.] LONDON, Aug. portion of the' army service corps attached to the garrison at Chatham have mutinied. It is alleged that their sergeants are imposing vexations and needless duties upon them without authority from their superior officers. The men re- fused to parade and barricaded them- selves in a store-house. Tsventy were arrested. Emperor William und Lord Salis- bury and Count Von Hatxfeldt, the German Ambassador, held a confer- ence and concluded all formalities for the surrender oy Great Britain of Heligoland to Germany. Thn Areeniiiio Republic. By Associated Press.l BUENOS AYEES, Aug. 8. The pro- gram the new Cabinet luva been presented to the Chamber of Deputies. It includes respect for the constitution, n just administration of the public funds and the development of the national resources. The citizens are jubilant over the election of Pellegrini to the Presidency. Crowds parade tho streets banners and joyful devices. The city was illuminated last night. Governors of all the provinces have sent telegianjs to Pellegrini congratulating him. Tin- Sirlktt MCllI On. By Cable and Associated LONDON, Aug. 8. The report that the strike of the railway employes iu Wales was ended is erroneous. The men refuse the terms agreed upon by their delegates and the railway direct- ors, and the strike is still on, By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Aug. 8. The Presi- dent has sent the following nomina- tions to the Senate: Win. D. Wheeler of Montana to be Assayer at Helena, and Alexander Clark of Iowa for Consul-General of Liberia. Kallroatl Urcck, By Cable and Associated Press.] VIENNA, Aug. 8. Twenty passengers on a train thrown down an nmbauk- uient into a marsh near Pilsen, Bo- hemia, on Wednesday, are missing, and it is feared they are drowned and the bodies washed away. Itnlned lumber Trmlc. By Associated Press.] MONTRKAL, Aug. 8. The lumber trade has been seriously cui tailed by South American troubles. Ouly four vessels have been cleared for those ports, against thirty "last season. Cholera at JeiUluh. By Cable and Associated Press.] CAIKO, Aug. 8. The cholera shows no signs of abatement at Jeddah. There are 170 cases of the worst type. The authorities have forbidden pilgiros to Mecca to embark at Jeddah. By Cable and Associated Aug. 8. The Sailors' Un- ion has notified the Cardiff ship own- ers it will prevent Cardiff ships from getting men at any point in the United Kingdom. _ Fiffhllns; Among By Cable nnd Associated Press.] BEBSE, Aug. 8 fight occurred between two parties of German Social- ists near Zurich, during which several of them were killed and several badly- wounded. _ By Associated Press.] BOSTON, Aug. John L. Sullivan and Peter Jackson have been offered a to the for a finish at the Carnival Palace at Ogden, Utah. _ Brick tnriory Murnecl. By Associated Press.] CJT. Louis, Aug. The old factory of the La Clede Fire Brick Manufac- turing Company, in Cheltenham was burned this morning. Losa, Anarchist Conference. By Cable and Associated Press.] PAWS, Aug. Tbe French and Swiss Anarchists have held a confer- ence at Les Buches, Savoy. Jf von enffer pricking pains on moTing the c nSot bear Bright light. and vour aignt weak and falling, yon should promptly nscDr.J. H. McLe.n'iatrenKth- nlngKye Salve. 2ft oenta a box. NEVADA COLONIZATION. The Montheru Paolflc I'olonlzallou Client to the Hoard of Trnrte. For some tune Francis G. Newlitnds j has bfon in correspondence with olH- cars of the Southern PaciHc Company with the view of securinu Ilia co-oper- ntion of that company with the PlForls of the Board of Trade to advance the interests of the State. those is B. Mirks, Ilia General Agent of tho Southern Pacific Com- pany, whoso field of operations is in Illinois, ludlann, Ohio, and I ho Ko-i generally. Mr. Newland'i infoi lucd Mr. Marks of what the Uoard of Trad o !M Uying to do for Novada, and him to consult with Col. Crocker in re- gard to devoting boino of his lima to- wards securing colouisis for our State, He also invited dim to come to KHMO mid discuss tlii" sutijrtct with the ctorM of ilie Board at their nieutniK 
                            

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