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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - August 22, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                JOB WORK The Neatest, The Best, A.t the Gazette Office. ENVELOPES Prnted Draper than the   Contention Short Term Commissioner. MKRRII.I. ANNOUNCKS HIMSHI.I' >V iis a candidate for sho't Term Coin inissuno subject to the decision of the Ke inthlicaii County Convention. For Commissioner. RW. PARRY-UKRHDY ANNOUNCKS himself fur the office of long term Conimissuncr. -ubiecl to the decision of the Republican County Convention. County Commissioner. TiAN O CONNER HKUHI1Y ANNOfNCKS hiniset. f r the offi.eoi Comity Commis- hionri otifj subject to the uccision ol the Republic in Cvunt} Convention. County Comm ssioner. I'. M'LAUOHI.IX III'RT'HY AN- noiinces hinmeli ns n caiulMntc for County Commissioner (lonj: term) subject the decision of the Dciuoci.itic County Con County Cleric. HW. 1IIOO1SS IH'.KKIIY ANNOUNCES himself IIM n candidate lor Cuuni) Clerk, subject to the decision of the Kepubli can County Coiueiitiou.__________________ Foi County Clerk. IHHRHDY AKNOUNCK MYS1-U.K AS A can idate fji ihc olfice of Clerk of Washoe County, subject to the decision ol tht Kecubhcan County Coii-cniion. 2ailg ORLANDO KVAXS. C. NOVACOVICH. H. I. BKRRY. BERRY KOVACOVICII, -----Wholesale and Retail Dealers in----- Groceries, Provisions. FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, Fish Oysters III bt-'lsOll. 1'KUITS Ol' ALL KINDb. Wines, Liquors, Clears Tobacco, Crockery We corrv a of I-ANCY OROCI-.KIKS Coraincrciiil Row, Rcsio, Nevada. PACIFIC BREWERY, Reno Soiln Hoiks and Granite SillODil. J. Gr. JvE RTHL, Successor to GeorifP Becker. Boor by the Quart, Bottle or Key nt hhortost noticf. tho quality always on hand from ihu country reculve prompt Attention. Commercial Iteiio. _________j y l-.'tf_________________ for "Our Family Physician" is valuable and reliuble doctor book, given to ever new subscriber the GAZKTTTE. California Democratic Conven- tion Still in Session. I'ERRHtLE ItAIUUMD ACCIDENT A Catuilns: t'Uiiiene Trick. By Associated Press.] PHILADELPHIA, Aug. scheme for the ruiining-in of Chinese women over tho Canadian border is about to liecomo operative on the Atlantic Coast on n plan familiar on the Pacific Slope. The is that of Lee Hong Kwong, who is said to be a Philadelphia mer- chant, lie is aged 40, A girl aged 19 who has been imported from Hong- kong, and whom he claims to be wife, is at Montreal awaiting develop- ments. The United States authorities have refused to allow her to cross the line. The Chinaman has made affi- davits in court that she is a native- born American citizen. Several Phil- adelphians have been found to vouch for the Chinaman's standing, and uith this indorsement he expects to run the uirl in by the aid of the passport of the Chinese Consul. ANOTHER MM. Affecting the Chicago Stock Yards. A FRAUDULENT GHAXT. TruliiM Two Special to the TRL-CKKK Aug. This morning at as the east-bound freight train Xo. lil readied Summit the engines were uncoupled and sent up the truck to pick up some cars. The rest of the train, consisting of 18 curs, ivtm left on the track with the air on, iind it is supposed that the air leaked >ut, releasing the brakes, and the train started down the track. The hrakcineu were ahead with the engines. Conductor Kingsley saw the cars move and ho ran and climbed on the now fast moving train and tried to hold it with the hand brakes. In this ho was unsuccessful. The grade was heavy, and the mo- mentum increased until they were moving at a fearful rate. At Cascade freight train No. 23 was pulling into the siding, when the wild cars came teaiing down tho track it 100 -miles an hour. The engines of 23 had just passed i he switch, and the flying cars struck i he train near tlio center. The wreck was terribb, the cars being piled up as high as the telegraph poles. The telegraph ofliee alongside the sidetrack was knocked all to pieces. The operator waa in bod. The bed was broken to bits, and the operator was knocked down the hill, but escaped with a few scratches. Conductor Kingsley heroically stayed vuth his train, and was killed crushed all out of shape. No. 19 piled on tho top of Nj. 23, burying Conductor Connelly and brake- men Bover and Vwini in the wreck, killing thcili The bodies have been removed, and also the body of a man a stranger who was riding on No. 23. Money By Associated Press.! WALL STREET, N. is tight at 'ji per cent, per day interest. WASHINGTON, Aug. Treas- ury Department will to-day inuke another efl'oi t for the release of money by tho purchase of silver to a lurge amount provided the offerings are not greatly in excess of the market rates. MIUI In Mention. Special to the GAZr.TTKl SAN JobE Democratic Convention occupied the lorenoon in nominating Associate Justices of the Supreme Court. For long term James V. Coffey of San Francisco and George A. Smith of Los Angeles were the nominee'. Idaho By Associated Press.] BOISE PITY. Aug. At tho session of the Republican Stale Convention this morning the Comn-ittee on Reso- lutions reported the platform, which was adopted as read. O'Kourke of Shoshone offered a res- olution that it was the sense of tho Convention that the first Legislature elect one United States Senator from North Idaho. After an extended de- bate the resolution was adopted by a vote of 01 to 39. The Convention then adjourned until 2 i'. M. Tho Convention nominated George L, Slioup for Governor. Fulled to Fill. By Associated Press 1 BOSTON Aug. But five acceptable horses have been entered for tho Balch free for all stallion race. The race has been de- clared off, and the purse foi stallions in the cliws will be substituted, to bo trotted on Septem- ber 17th. Two IC By Associated Press.] BUENOS AYRES, 22. Sonor Vicente Fidol Lopez, Minister of Fi- nance, and General Lavalle, Minibter of War, have resigned. IRRIGATION. SII-Hourl Itlver to Water the llakoinx. The Lincoln (Neb.) Journal says: The proposition to ui-e the Upper Mis- souri for irrigating North and South Dakota is an excellent one. There is a river (hat Colorado can not steal, nor a hot summer shrink to the di- mensions of a trout brook. Its waters are of no particular account for naviga- 'ion, and in tne spring it is a nuixance from Sioux City to St. Louis. Any- thing that the Dakotans can do to dry up the Missouri in its flnstier times will bailed as a blessing all the way down to New Orleans. Hy all means tap it up there, and lap it liberally, an -j spread it over hundreds of thousands of acres of the broad prairie. The Government might vorv wisely save the millions it is expending in trying to keep'the Mit-somi within its hounds as well an some of those dumped into the Lower Mississippi, in scattering the Upper Missouri all over the Dakotas. Possibly a bia canal might be meandered down to Central and Western Nebraska if one com- menced high enough up stream. Let the Missouri be utilized for all she is worth. iNEWS JIOTfcS. Maine makei a gain in population since 1880 of Man-eating sharks are said to be plentiful along the beach at Anglesia, N. J. The platform of the Texas Demo- crats declares against the Australian ballot system. The increase in tho valuation of Philadelphia real estate for 1891 ex- ceeds A line from the dairy districts, to supply New York with" milk, is the latest project in pipe-laying. H. H. Simpson is on bis way to this country from Australia to engage a baseball team. He represents a syn- dicate with a capital of Systematic depredations of books in the mails from the Philadelphia Pnst- oltice have been discovered and a clerk airested, charged with the theft. Kenator Urartu Honored. A Washington correspondent of the Chicago Tribune writes: Senator George Hearst of California has reached the full measure of public fame. A literary society has been named after him. It in a colored lite- rary society at that, and its object is the promotion of culture. Senator Hearst is a Hrst class judge of horse- flesh and he eau tell better than any man in America whether a hole in the ground can be worked for silver ore; but he lias always been a little weak in his spelling. It will take come time for him to feel at home_as a man ol letters, but the Senator Hearst Literary Society bus the Senator's permission to use his name. PERFECT MADE. hv thoUni'P't Government. EndnrsPd by .ho of Grpn, Urnlvcr-l io- .iH i.ublir i-ood ns tho r-'-l and most Healtt.ful. HI. i-rl- -st'.o.xm ft P w does no coitnln Aramonln. L'me or Alu n. Prce'H Vanilla, i-emou, uruugc, Almond. Kose, etc., do not contain po'.souous oils or cuemlcul.s. PRIOC BAKINO POWDER CO.. Kew York, Chicago, and Ban Francisco Fatal Mailroad At Htilena, Mont., jeslerday a freight train crushed into a nger tram htttnrting In the ynrrl, killing P .lit-r of MtoMittn, a and fliuhtly ii >-eveim ouifis. Thirty trfljjht cars and NHveral pas- couches A California Wife-Murderer Commits Suicide. No Immediate Prospect of Set- tlinar the Railroad Strike. A Franiitilent tirant. By Associated Press TEMPLETON, Cul., AUK. very latent is that a few land huntcix are still arriving and squatting upon the disputed hind and that General Murphy has taken the necessary steps to serve papers upon all intruders. The Son Tribune to-day says: "Rumor is further widespread thai Baron Van Scliroeder had to take a hand in tho matter nnd had Deen making researches in the archieves of the City of Mexico with disasterous ef- fect. It seems that another heavy contingent of squatters marching on the ranch from tho vicinity of Templo- ton. It is very that the grant was originally fradulent. That would he nothing new, but nevertheless Uncle Sam had his duty in court, and ought to have shown up tho fraud when the patent was issued. Prob- ably it is too lato now to try to npsci it. The people are determined to cor- rect the fraudulent title." Another Mtrlko. By Associated Press. 1 CHICAGO, Aug. of the firp- men and engineers employed by the Union Stock Yards Switching Associa- tion went on a stiike for higher wages this morning, and, in consequence, 120 switchmen are idle. The switching transfer system is the largest in the country, as the associa- tion dues all the work for the immense packing houses at tho yards, and cor- sequently all work at the packing houses is at a standstill. The are filled with immense trains of fresh meat destined for outside points. If yoar kidneys Inactive, yon will feel an i loot wr. evun in thu moat cheer- In society, mid melancholy on the jollUnt oisca-lmiB Dr. .1 U. McLean's  btalned no relief, tho eoro gradually crowing worse. 1 concluded finally to try S. S. 8., and vas entirely cared after UBlna a few bottles, fou have my cheerful permission to publish tho statement for tho bcncut of these similarly ifflictcd." C. B. McLEUOBE, nendcraon.Tcx. Treatise on Blood and Skm Diseases mailed free. Trttt BW1FT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlant------ -FOR M. I. S. T., AKTISTS MATERIALS Fresh Garden Seeds, Diamond Spectacles, ------rGO Tl S1. DRUG STORE, VIRGINIA STRKET, RKXO J. HODGKINSON'S Removal Notice. THE PUBLIC IS HHREBY NOTIFIED that I have removed mv store and factory from the Palace Bakery buildinp tc the pf ice ntely vacat d by A Nelson, on Vir ginU street, and not only carry a FINE STOCK OF CIGARS, But also Chewing and Smoking Tobacco o all brands, and should be pt ascd to make the Acquaintance as ma v new friends as sec fit to favor me with a c 11. Fred Strassfourg. Men's and Boys' Clothing, Underwear, Socks, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, All Shades and Patterns, Collars, Cnfis, Windsor Ties and Dude Bows. UATQ A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF UATO nM'O MeuX Boys and Children's U'llAW HA U All grades and colors All grades and colors. A full line of J. B. Stetson Co. FINE HATS In all grades. HATS of the 1 Largo Assortment of Men'? and Boys' Suspenders. SDNDERLAND'S S2 SO SHOE. Billion, ogress MY STOCK OF 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's Boots, Shoes and Slippers in all grades and colors. All Goods sold at the Lowest Possible Price. Ladies' and Gent's Boots and Shoes made to order; Repairing neatly done? F. LEVY BROTHER. WANTED, ON OK BEFORE SEPT. 1, 1890. In ordpr to raiso this (uncut wo will continue to Hncrilico our elegant slocd of DRY AND FANCY GOODS Rep loss of Cost! 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: Give you one of those rtyllnhJSidc Combs. THTf KT'S Give you onc S'lvcr-Platcd Sugar Rhtll or one Novelty Hair Pin. Give you one silver-plated Butter .Knife, or n pair of very preHy Bracelets. IU t ft 16 Tff KETS Give vou the choice of a 6ne rolled gold plntf- Pin. a palroi gold "front Cuff Pins, a novelty interlocking Glove ve Buttoner of fine TICKETS TICKETS gold plate or a handsome Bangle. Give you one elegant Lace Tin or .1 pair of choice Ear Rings. Give you the choice of a bet ot RogerV Trn Sooons, a beautiful Lace Pin, a lovely pair of blylis.li era handcome Necklace Give you the choice of a set of Kogem' Knives, a superb pair oi fine rolled gold plate Bracelets, a very choice pair of Ear or a set of Rogers' 1'orks. Give you the choice of a most elaborate pair of fine rolled gold plate Bracelets, a very stylish fine roiled gold plate Necklace or set of Rogers' Table Spoons. This is no Lottery. No Humbug. builmingfromtheeffecisufYOC ly decay, wasting weak a ess, man- h 
                            

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