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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - August 9, 1890, Reno, Nevada JOB WORK The Neatest, The Best, At tbe Gazette Office. Printed Cheaper than the Cheapest. VOL. XXIX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 0, 1890. NO. 112. MISCELLANEOUS. RAILROAD POWDER Absolutely Pure. A cream of uVtar baking powder Highest of all in leavening slrpngtli U. >S. (ioi'iiHiiiiiit Re-port, Aiiff. 1C, 1880. Vanderbilt Lines Involved. All ENKEERS ABOUT TO JWS, Which Will Make the Move- ment a Success. Minister Mizner Heard From at "Washington. ANNOUNCEMENTS. can's inserted under this head Cut in advance. For Commissioner. I'ARKV 1IKKKBY ANNOUNCES the office of long term to the decision of the Republican County Convention. County Commissioner. DAN O CONNER HEREBY ANNOUNCES him-cli f r the- ofhie ol County Coin mis- siom r cionif subject to the dcciMou ol the Republican County Convention. County Comm.ssloner. p. MT. U'OHnjN HKRFBY AN f tioiiuccs Inntsell an a candidate for County Commi-'Moiicr, subject to the decision ofthe lit inoe Conventiun.______ County Olerk. Ilir.C.INS HKRKBY ANNOUNCKS lumsell a candidate lor Clerk, siiliji-ct lo the decision of the Uepubli can Couiuy OiMM'iiUun.___________________ Foi County Clerk. IHKRKHY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS A can td.ite for Ihe office of Cleric of Washoe County subject to the decision ol the Counlv ORLANDO EVANS Unclaimed Freight Sale. TO AM. WHOM IT MAY COXCKRN NOTICi: Ih O1VKN THATTIIK fullouiiiK property marked or consigned an follows nuw on Hand at the Xailway Station of the southern Pacific Co. nt Keno. Nev. liming remained unclaimed the time required hy law, will be sold at public auc- tion 01. the i.'tli (lay of AiiRllst. 1890, at said railway bUtion, nt 10 o'clock a. m .account ol freight ruid storage unless soonei removed- i crate clotli rollers. T. Oliver; i case K paint, J. II. John A. Stroh; i carboy acid, S. Mtillcr Co., i bundle wicks, G. w. Mopes; i barrel whisky, G.Becker, 2 boxes personal etficts, George Hallcr; j chair, i cti-hlun. i laro table, Ceo Bell; i sewmu machine, John M. Coomer, 6 boxes personal effects, including surgical or dental J. ijjilvan- iron tub, U. C. Uorch, 2 coils barbed wire, li St 11.; i bar steel, I bar iron, O C D.; i bundleblnnkeU, Ktmz, t bundle wall pa per- M. C Guire; i school desk, C WGrover: i sack beddinx. Jas. And--ws, 2 b.-.ndles sacks, Edniond Stone; i boxed trunk, J.O. Poland. Also the following over freight: I single tree t windlass or derrick, coy and pinion and 2 handles and i o.pper soda drum, i window weight, 12 piects iton C. r oMUKK, General Freight Agent, Southern Pacific Company. agitio C. NOVACOVICH. II. T. BKRRY. BERRY OYK'II, aud Retail Dealers in----- Groceries, Provisions, FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, Fish: aid: Oysters In season. FRUITS Ol- AM, KINDS, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Crockery. We cnrrv a fine assortment of FANCY UROCKKlKS. Commercial Row, Reno, Nevada. PACIFIC BREWERY, Reno Soda Works and Granite Saioon. J. Gr. KEJRTH, Successor to George lleckur. Beer by the Gluss, Quart, Bottle or Keg at shortest notice. I.nger Itccr of tho best tiuallty always on hand Orders from Ihe country receive prompt attention. Commercial How. Keno, jytttf A Formidable HtriUc hort-e was caught in M growth of willows, and was les- cued after threw hours. Great damage done in the can- yon. All the blidges and culvert- were washed away. The sluices of over twenty mii.et were washed out and sent Hying end over end down ravine.' Great trees and bowlders carried each oilier in the mad nice, ami in two hours the hi'h t-rto dry ciinvon was carrying at least fifteen "feet of roaring cataract. The extent of the damage cannot be nited. No further 'orted at this hour. fatalities are re- A Itanil of Robbers. By Cable and Associated Press.] HAVANA, Aug. 9 people are becoming alarmed over the turbulent 'titraues committed by Gurcia's band if robbers. To-day his band sur- irised a number of hands at work on he railroad between Havana and Ma- anzas, and compelled them to tear up one rail, the result beini: that a freight rain was thrown from the Ihe robbers proceeded to help themselves, ifter shooting the conductor dead. Troops have started from Matauzas for the scene. of the In By Associated Press.! CHICAGO, Aug. reports were received here this morning to the effect that the temperature in Minne- sota fell to thirty degrees above zero, two degrees below freezing point, and that a general frost was probably ex- perienced throughout Minnesota. The significance of the report lies in the statement that the wheat harvest has not began yet, that the wheat there is in the milk and that a severe frost would ruin the crop. WASHINGTON-, Aug. is a reduction in the condition of all cereals reported by the statistician of'tho De- partment of Agriculture. The decline from July 1st to August 1st from 931 to 733 in corn, from 944 to S32 in spring wheat, from to 701 in oats, and from 883 to 828 in barley. The condition of potatoes was reduced from 917 to 774. A full of twenty points in- dicates the disaster whicfi has befallen the corn crop within thirty days. 14ie cause is the abnormally high tempera- lineof the central maize districts, with insnllicieney of rainfall. The re- turns of tbe diunglit, which covers a broad area, and the severitv of tho ef- fects produced, are more general and ileiiressing than the Signal Service record of temperature app.iurs to indi- cate. One factor m the blighting of vegetation evidently the hot winds that scorched the lower basins of tbe Missouri and Oh o vulleys. Imllnii Ettot Feared. By Associated Prcs.b.1 "WASHINGTON, August Sec- retary of Interior has received a tele- gram from Mf. Bennett, Indian Agent at Moscogee, Indian Territory, saying the Chickusaw situation is serious and there in great danger of an outbreak T-I 'ho 13th inst., the day of the elec- tion, on account of the disfranchise- ment of the squaw men. In a commu- nication to the President the Secretary expresses the opinion that there is no prcKibUity of an outbreak, such ;is to rpquin- the interference of troops, vet ana inui.intiou, he recommends the Secretary nijrhts, ivlth on T-rli'P 73 rest. (It contains no opium bv Win Plnnlgor. The orlulnnl and K' "nine AblcMno prepara- tion b ars tlio lac simile blgnaturj of F. KllYfcll. _ If von Mffer prlcklim pains on moving the 'war light, arid and weak anil mil ng you ehnnlU iir..minlv ii riye Dr J. II. M cent a box. Wur By Cable and Associated Preis.] BERLIN, Aug. 9. The German cor- vette Victoria and the ironclad einburg sailed from Wilhelmshaven for Heligoland to-day. They will bo followed by the German Squadron (I Evolution." vessels will partici- pate in turning over of that island to Germany from England. K3OST PERFECT MADE. Fromthe Professor of Chemistry, California College of Pharmacy. SAN FRANCISCO, JANUARY 34, tSSg. 1 have made n careful analysis of a sample of Dr. Price's Cream Bnkine Powder purchased bv me in open market. The of my analysis show that the Cream of Tartar used in its manufacture Is pure and that it not con- Inin any foreign sub'tances. such as Alum, Ammonia, Lime or other impurities. I consider it to be pure and wholesome, and in every wnv superior artic'e. W T.' M. D. Ph. M., Ph. G. Professor of Chemistrv in the Cftla Col. of Fbann., University of CaUtornla. A Loan. By Associated Press.) BUENOS AVKKS, Aug. is ru mored mat a loan of ii paper will be issued by a syndicate o bankers. Gold is quoted at 145. Oextrocilv.- By Cable Associated Press J VIENNA, August western and central portions of Bohemia have been visited by severe storms. The damage is great and the crops ruiued. Fatal By Cable and Associated Press.] SEBASTOPOL, August of tbe crew of the Uus-sian man-of-war Tcheaina, were killed by the bursting el a steam pipe. By Associated Press.] "CAKSOS, Aug. To day lightning struck a haystack on the Kant Fork ot the Carson river, killing an Indian on of Hie Muck, and burning 100 of hav. Thin "ie tlualh b-v lightning in the past Will Boston. By Associated Press.] WASHING ros, August Tho Pres- ident and party, consisting of Secre- taries Koblo and Rusk, and Private Secretary Halford, left Washington this 'morning on their way to the Grand Army Encampment at Boston. WANTED, ON OE BEFORE SEPT. 1, 1890. In order to raise this amcut wo will continue to sacrifice our elegunt of DRY AND FANCY. GOODS tardte of Cost! For to WE BAYE A SURPRISE U STORE FOR YOU. For every dollar's worth of goods you buy of us dur- ing this sale we will give you a premium ticket, for which you can have your choice of the following: Treated. By Cable and Associated Press.] BERNE, Angu-t 9. The received information that the nihilists were holding meetings in a house situ- at the foot of Mount Blanc. They made a raid aud arreated twenty ni- uilista. TO THE BIGHT. Do not be Imposed on by any of the numerous Imitations, enbitltmee, etc., which are flooding tho world. There IB only one Swift's Specific, and there Is nothing like it. Our remedy con- talus no Mercury, Potash, Anente, or any pois- onous unbalance whatever. It bnllda np the gen- eral health from the lint dose, and has never failed to eradicate contagious blood poison and its effects from tho system. Bo sore to get the genuine. Bend your address for oar Treatise on Blood and Dleeaset. which will be mailed SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta. On. -FOR- M. I. S. T., ARTISTS MATERIALS Fresh Garden Seeds, Diamond Spectacles, HODGKINSOS'S DRUO STORE, Give >'ou 01IC i-tylinh Side Givc >'ou Olle s-ilvcr-platcd Mult or one Novelty Hair Pin. Give you one bilvcr-plateil Buller .Knife, or a pair of very prc.ty Bracelets. Give vou the choice of n fine rolled sold plnu- I.ace I'm. a pair of gold 'front CnfT Pins, a novelty intcriockiiiK Olove Buttouer of -One gold plate or a handsome llaugle. Give you one elegant Lace Pinornptui ol ilioi-c Kar King-. 2O TIPlfPTS Give vou the choice of a MM ol t> TICK.L 1 S ve vou e eis' Tin a beautiful Lace I'm, a lovely of btylish Bracelets ora handsome Necklace Give you the choice of a of ROKCIS' Kniws, a nuperb pair of TlCKLl. fine rolled gold plate Bracelets, very choice pair of Rings or a set of Kogtrs' Forks. Give vou the choice of n most clahorulc pnir of fine rolled (fold prnieBVreleis. a very stylish fine roiled Kuld P'nle Necklace or a set of Rogers' 1 able This is no Lottery. No Humbug. You buv our goods cheaper than any other store in the State will sell thorn and in addition for no extra charge or expense yon will receive the choice of any of the above articles according to the omnvintof tickets you may hold. Call and >ee these PREMIUM GOODS-they are on exhibition in our mammoth store. J. VIRGINIA STREET, RENO Parties indebted to us must pay up at once and save costs, NEWSPAPER!
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