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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 10, 1890, Reno, Nevada JOB WORK The Neatest, The Best. At the Gazette Office. ENVELOPES Printed Cheaper than the Cheapest. VOL. XXIX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, WEDNESDAY, SliPTEMBEK 10, 1890. NO. 139. MISCKLLAXKOUS. Highest of all in Leavening S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889. ABSOLUTEIY PURE ANNOUNCEMENTS. car 's inserted under this head foi Js, payable in adv. nee. For County 'My- self n candidate for County Recorder of Wnshoc county, subject tutlic of the Kepiiblicun County O, mention. __ _ _ ____ II. D KUOH_K_RTy. l-'oi County Cleric. T HhKKHV ANNOUNCK MYSKLF AS A 1 c.iu idate for the office of Clerk of U'ashoe County, subject to the decision ol the Kei nblK.an County Cou-entioii. _ ORLANDO KVANS WP1T! J, County Clerk. W. HICGINS HL-RKBY ANXOl'NCKS himself as a candidate lor Cumily Clerk snlyect to the decision of the Republi- can County Convention. County Comm'ssioner. K. r. M'LAUGHI.IN- HFRI'IJV iimiitces hiinsell as a c.ludldal AN- .Jdatc for Commissioner (loiifj suhjcct to tin decision the DemocnUic County Con- Chauncey M. Depew Arrives. IJnrro'.v.s, Speaker pro tcni., O'1'iu-re! niiM'd tne of no present. The Spaakor being unalile to count a a c.ill the House was or- dered. lJuniu-1 of .Minn-sota, Chairman of I the Ho'ise Committee-on thy Census, tn-dav intiodiiood an appor- tionment bill on the basis of one ipp- fur oai h of popu- 1 I ition. This would provide for a total representation of 1'nder this Al.ih im.i, California, Colorado, Michigan, Missouri, New Jersey, Oregon, Texas, Washington and would each gain one iiiemliur; Aikanxis. Illinois, Kunsas mil Pennsylvania each two, and Min- nesota and Nebraska e.icli Hired. Oliio would IOHJ one. MISCELLANEOUS. Speaker Reed Returns to Washington. COMBATl'LATED BV IADI1WSS.! KUUMSHINQ GOODS. HATS BOOTS AND SHOES. 1S0O Passage of the Tariff Bill in the Senate. Return of Archbishop Corrigan Transactions. County Commiasionor. HKUlCnY ANNOfNCKS .1 hiinsel. f r the ofTi.e 01 CountvCatiniU-s- Mom-r ong subject to the decision ol thf Republic in Cuunty Convention. For Commissioner. I'ARRY 1IKRKI1Y ANNOfXCKS Inni-ell for the office of long term Ojinmiisijiirr. -ubiect to the deciaiun of the Republican County Convention. Short Term Commissioner. MKKRIM, ANNOUNCES HIMSEr.l' as u candidate for aho't Term Com- missioner, subject to the decision of the Ke- puhhc.in County Convention. For Sheriff. H- C ANNOUNCES HIM- TT self as a candidate for Shtrilt. oiibject to U'e dtrtsioii of the Republican Convention County For County Cleik. A. I-'OC.C, HER" I1Y ANNOUNCES >T lunisilt ,.s a c.indiilate 'or County Clerk, sulyt 11 the decision of the Republi- can Connt> Comeiition. County Commissioner. ANNOUNCES HIM- self as a candidate for I.onv: Term County Commissioner, subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. For Constable. y w. UTSON HEREBY ANNOUNCES himse fas a candidate fur C .nstablc o; Keno Township, subject to the decision of Hit Republican County Con elltion. C. NOVACOVrCH. H. J. BERRY BERRY MACOVICII, -----Wholesale and Retail Dealers in----- Groceries, 1'rorislons, FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, Fish Oysters In season. KRUHS 01- Al.t. KINDS, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Crockery. We cnrrv a fine assortment of FANCY OROCt.KIES. (Jonimereial Row, Reno, Dlcvada. PACIFIC BRSWERY, Reno Soda Works and Granite J. Gh.lv ERTI-1, to George Btcker. Boer by the Glass, Quart. Bottle or Keij at shortest Lager Bi'cr of tho bent quality always on liftiul Ordoru from tho country receive prompt attention. C'omiurrriul Keno. Lots Sale. OR WORK RLIOIBI.E BUILDING Lots for sale at easy prices and c.iiy ttrnn, south of the Tjuckee river, sonli- enst of Rmo. KnqiiirLof nnvTtr "IIOS X. P'VDON. Ry Absocintcd I'rtss WAHiiixtiTos, Sept. the Sen- ate to-diiy od'ercd a resolution, wliicli wont over till t'j-inorrow, calling on the Scurctaiy (jf I ho Inloiior for :i sliitciucnt coiifi-riiinj; the land claim' of the Northcni I'ai-ific; and also a resolution oiniioiiyint; instructions ti tho Senate fonfcroes on tho Land For- fL-ittiro hill in u< Kit ion to the lands of tnp Northern I'ai'iCic and other com- panies, which luid ou the table foi further action. The Tarill' hill was then taken up (lift question on itn hours IKMIIK allowed to close the after which the vole will In- taken. Hoar, referring to tho reciproi'itj [iroposilion, he voted for it yester day with BHIIIO hositiincy, and shouh not have done KO if he thought Ih Huheinc contained in the ainoiidinen was all that was likely to conic out o entering on that policy. Senator Morgan to-d.iy introduced i resolution on the Land Grant Foi feiture bill lo insist that all niiiieiu lands "-ranted thp Noitnurn I'acide coal and iron Kinds, he di.spose< of under the milling Kind laws-, tin same as if they weie a part of tin putilie domain. Whenever the North ern P.icide shall its title t( any mineral lands, it sh.ill receive ii lieu thoteof an cipial aniount of agii- cultural or timber The con- ferees are insirnctod fuithcr to IIISIM upon a provision declaring that lln United States retains the ritiht t aleon commission. sol cited. sepQd 11, have a COLO o? COUCH, nruto or lead 1117 to COii.SUfWPTION, S25OSHOE. BtittoCLacB.Coims MY STOCK OP E'SJKU Oil, AND HYPOPHOSPHITBS OL' T.J3IIS AND SODA ies astm.23 cjxrmi a-'on XT. Thla prniwirntlon contalnn tlio silrnnlix- llr.i; tlio llypHpliiinphiti't ftllil fine- Xtn'tt't'fliittl JAvrr Oil. US'-d liy ml Ilio wurld over. It Is at ptilitlrtbln mills. llnioo M efllen- eious us Cint Liver Oil. A pcifivt r.iiiiilMl'in, lii-itor tlinn 1'or nil fonn-i utli'avtinff nroncttitiaf CONSUMPTION, Scrofula, as a Flesh Producer tliorolsnotlilns llko SCOTT'S EMULSION. 11 Is sold all DiUKKlotH. Lot no one by [irofuso ex.'latiailon or cutroaty Illdllro to II HUllrtllllllO. Crop By Associated Press WASHING rox, Sept. na- tional crop the injury to the corn crop reported month to be Proposals Wanted. PROPOSALS WII.I, UK RKCKIVKD UN- ti! Septembtr4 iPqo for tile following priviliircs at the -tat" I'air. to be held Sep- tember to iiiclusive1 Cin.tr bar at CiK'.ir privik'ce at rutinds. IJ.ii privi at Ice cieani and cnndv at pavilion. Soda want and milk sli.i1 e at pavilion. 1'riiit, cnndiek aim nuts at crounds. let cream at 1'rol privilege nt Kroilllds. J'aris mtittiaU at urountls. n at grounds. I'ool. 1'ans imitnals and at I gfroiuuN, Wheel ol fortune at grounds. Hav anil at grounds. liids will also i-e received for fnnrihhing 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. Ail Goods sold at the Lowest Possible Price. Ladies' and Gent's Boots and Shoes made to order; ______________Repairing neatly done. F. LEVY BROTHER. ie not less than niii requirfd. All t pieces be sealed, with bid, etc., writ. ten on envelope The JJirectors reserve the right to reject anv and all bids Jly orclci of the Hoard ol Directors. _ C. H. S Secty. Assessment Notice. OFFICE OF HENO ELECTRIC LIGHT and I'owerCoinpai'y.acorporatioii cipal place of business, ol works, Ucno, Nevada is hereby Kiven that at a meeting of the Trustees of the Iteno Klc-ctric Light and power Co., held on the izlli day of August, 1890, nt office of the company, an nssesiment (No 3) ol I hirty intensified by the cotilimious clroUKlit. I Ccllt-s share, was levied upon ench and -n i o i cvcry share of the capital stock of said com- The average '8 ayuirifit 73.3 lilbt pnnv, payable immediately in United State TKLEU tAl'HIC BKKViriES. Bar silver, 117. PERFECT STATE ASSAY OFFICE. I have analyzed DR. PRICE'S CRKAM BAKING POWDER bought by me in open market and have found it Iree from Alum and Ammonia and containing no deleterios ingredients of any kind. It mokes fine light b-cad, and I can recommend it to all wishing pure and wholesome food. LOUIS FALKHNAU, formerly State Assayer, San Francisco, Jan. as. 1889. A Mntorlal Tiie re-enumeration of Portland, Or., and MtiltnonKih county a of over thp June enumeration The claim is about 24 per rent. a that the sumo propoition of gain would irive the Stale a population of the lowest average since 1881. The returns of the condition of winter wheat at the time of harvesting were less favorable than those of July let. .As far ns the threshing has progressed the results are generally disappointing. Tne average for both spring and is 7o.3. In 1838 the September for both was 77. It was 73 iu 1831. 373.000, which tho June election indi- cated. M. R. Elstnerof Carson is in town. IMtl Xot NhOW Up. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Sept. 10. Keed reached Washington this morning and appeared at the Capitol at about 11. He went at once to his room, where he has since remained, seeing no one. It was expected he would take his seat at the opening_of the session, but he did not respond to the summons of the doorkeeper, and Speaker protein. Bur- rows was called. ny, pay _________ gold coin: and any stock upon which said as- sessment shall remain unpaid on Saturday, September 13th 1890, Shall be declared delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auction on the ijth day 01 Octoi er. 1800, at the office "f the Company, Reno, Nevada, to pay such delinquent as- sessment cost of advertising and expenses of sale. By order of the Board. W. G. Secretary. Eeno, Nev., Aug. 13, 1890. WILLIAM BROTHER, rjRALERS IN REEF, PORK, TEAL, ETC. Are prepared to furo'sh the best meats at the lowest t'ving rates. novzg Mow PROFESSOR ALFRED IIAYMiH Gives thorough instruction in Vocal and Instrumental Music Orders may be left at C. J Brookins', Eeno WANTED, ON OK BEFORE SEPT. 1, 18901 In order to raise this amont we will continue to sacrifice our elegant stood of DRY AND FANCY GOODS Regardless of Cost! For Cash Only! W HAVE A SURPRISE IN STORE M ML 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: 3 TICKETS G'Ve Combs. 8 TICKETS G'Ve silver-Plated or one Novtlty Hair Pin. 10 TICKETS siK'er-plated iKBifc, or a pair of very pre.i, 12 TICKETS ehgice of rolled cold Lace Pin. patrol i J.Vil.UJ.0 gold front Cuff Pins, a novelty Interlocking Glove Buttoner of flue gold plate or a handsome Bangle. 20 TICKETS GiVC Lace ?ln or a of choice Ear 9n TICKETS Give you the choice of a of a beaotihil Lace Pin, a lovely pair of stylUh BraculeU ort hancUome NeckUioe S5 TICKETS G'w choice of net of Knives, a superb pair of 00 i. i >3 a choice of Ear Rings or 50 TICKETS thf choice of a pair of fine rolled Plate This is no Lottery, No Humbug. You buy our goods cheaper than any other store in the State wUl sell them to you, and in Addition for no extra charge Or expense von will receive the choice of any of the above articles according llu. amount of tickets you may hold. Call and hee these PREMIUM GOODS-they are on exhibitior in our mammoth store. Parties indebted to us must pay up at once and save costs,
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