Reno Evening Gazette, August 11, 1890

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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - August 11, 1890, Reno, Nevada JOB WORK The Neatest, The Best, At the Gazette Office. VOL. XXIX. ENVEtOPES .-Printed Cheaper than li- the RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, MONDAY, 11, MISCELLANEOUS. POWDER Absolutely Pure. A.efeAo> of tartar baking ponder. Highest of all In leavening strength. V. H. Government Report, Any. IP cards inserted under this it ul for payable in advance. For Commissioner. RW PARRY HKRKBY ANNOUNCES himself for the office of long term Commissioner, subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. An Advance in Wheat, Oora and Oats- TWO LAKE LOST. They Go Down Near Cleve- land, Ohio. The Boston With VeteranH. Pilled Thr By Associated Frew SARATOGA, Ang. The first race, five furlongs. Rainbow won, Carnot second, abd Golden Rod third. Time, The second race, one mile and a fur- long, King Crab won, Hypocrite sec- ond, and Lady Fulsifer third. Time, The third race, five forlongs, Mabel won, Allen Bade second, and Avalon third. Time, The fourth race, one mile, Worth won, Foxmede second, and Princess third. Time, BUFFALO (N. Y.I, Ang. Palo won the unfinished trotting race in -LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. TUB 8AWDUVI NUISANCE. County Commissioner. BAN O'CONNOR HKBKBY ANNOCNCFS himself f r Hie office ol Countv Commis- sioner (long Btibject to the oectiion ol tin Republican County Contention County Commissioner. AN uounces himsell as u candidate foi Countv Cumraisaionor, subject to the decision uf the Dcmocmtic County Convention_______ An f admirable Element. By Associated Press 1 OTTAWA, Aug. advices by the Government from South- ern Alberta, Northwest Territory, are to tho effect that the Mormons who came into that country from Utah are corrupting tho Indians with their doc- trines. The Government has beeu to real pains to impress upon the In- dians the necessity of monogamy and las refused them supplies for more han one w ifo, but the Mormons are teaching them of the many so-called advantages of the multiplicity of wives. nere is is every indication that the vlormon in the west are liable to row into serious difficulty. Immediate Action Should Be Had by Homebody. I Fish Commissioner Mills was in i town this morning looking after the fiali infArpHtn rinmnljint havillC County Clerk. HW HIGGINS HRREHY ANNOUNCES himself as a candidate lor County Ucrfc, subject to the decision of the Republi County Conventlou.__________________ Foi County Clerk. IHKRKDY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS A cnn idate for the office of Clerk ol Washoe County, subject to the decision thi Republican County Convention. ORLANDO EVANS. Unclaimed Freight Sale. TO A I.I, WHOM IT MAY CONCERN VO riCi: IS Hl-REBY GIVEN THAT THE following property mariccd or consigned .is fillows now on hand at the Rnilwa> htation of the Southern Pacific Co at Reno .having remained unclaimed the time required by law, will be sold at public auc tiou or. the latli day of August, 1890, at said railway station, at 10 o'clock a tr account ol freight aud storage charges, unless soonei removed i crate cloth A.' J. Oliver, i case E paint, J. H. KinnmnHon, lOox crocnerv, John A. Stroll, i carboy acid, S MulleritCo., i bundle saclm, G W. Mapes i barrel whisky, G. Becker, i boxes personal effects, George Hallcr, i chair, i custuon, i laro table. Ceo Bell, i sewing machine John M. Coomer, 6 boxes personal effects, unhiding surgical or dental instruments, J. McGarvey, i gah.an ized iron tub, II C Dorch 2 coils barbtd wire, B. 8cH: i bar stetl, i bar iron, C C D i bundle blankets, i bundle wall pa per- M.C G u ire, i school desk, C WGrover I sack bedding, Jas Andrews, 2 bundle- sacks, Edniond Stone, i boxed trunk, l. G Poland. Also the following over freight i single tree, i windlass or derrick, cog and pinion and i bandits and i cupper soda drum, window weight, General Freight Agent, Southern Pacific Company. "g't10 C NOVACOVICH. H. I. BERRY BERRY MYU'OYICII, le Mid Retail Dealers in The ftralii Market. By Associated Preis.1 CHICAGO, Aug. was a de- cided bulue in prices of cereals tit the opening this morning conpared with at the cl ose Sat u rday. The Gov- WANTED, ON OB BEFORE SEPT. 1, 1890. In order to raise this amout we will continue to sacrifice our elegant stocd of DRY AND FANCY GOODS of W! FOP Cash Only! WE HAVE A SURPRISE IN" 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: t Tl Plf Glve you onc of thosc 5t> TTPlf

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