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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 13, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                JOB WORK The Neatest, The Best, At the Gazette Office. ENVigUpPES JWP 5St. ?VOL. XXIX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1890. 142. MISCELLANEOUS. Highest of all in Leavening Power. U. S. GoVt Report, Aug. 17, 1889. ABSOLUTELY PURE The President Confers .With Windom. THE REPUBLICAN GAM IN MAINE. ANNOUNCEMENTS. car's inserted under this head foi payable in advance. Short Term Commissioner. PIBK90N Of WAXWWOKTH 'hereby anmiupces himself tor Short- term Commissioner, subject to the decision ol the Republican County Convention. ___ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. For County Recorder. ANNOUNCE MY- self a candidate for County Recorder of Washoe comity, subject to the decision of the keuublicau County Conrcntion. __'______________WM. B. D Foi County Clerk. IHKRKBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS A can idate for the office of Clerk ol W.islioc County, subject to the derision ot the Republican County Con-cntion. .i.in K_____________ORJ.ANUO EVANS County Clerk. 1IIGG1NS HEREBY ANNOUNCKS as a candidate Clerk subject to tlie decision of the Republi- can County Convention.__________________ Blaxdcl in In on way "'home froui While County. Miss L. V. Cliniorr will leave to- iiioimw Mveuini; for Portland, Ofpgon. expecting to be abseul a Ouiiplu of in..ni hs. W. D. C. Superintendent of ifan Iniliaii i-uhool, wan In town evening on his waj to the Pyra- mid reservation. C. A. V. Putnam, the veteran Com stock returned thin rnnrnlnu from S-tn Fran-lsco whpre ha had a cataract. removpd irom hm rlidu eye. County Comm ssionor. M'LAUGHLIN IIERVBY AN- noniiccs himsell a candidate for County Commissioner (long subject to the decision of the Demociatic County Con- vention County Commissioner. .AN O'CONNOR HEREBY ANNOUNCES hiniseli f r the offi.e ol County Commis- sioner subject to the decision ol the Republic >n County Convention. D For Commissioner. 1J W. PARRY HEREBY ANNOUNCES IV, lumsctl for the office of long term CoinniissijiHT.  V self a Candidate for Si-trill, subject to (UciMon of the Republican County Convention. For County Clerk. W. A. HOGG HER' UY ANNOUNCES himself a candidate for County Cleric subject to the decisiou of the Republi- can County Convention. County Commissioner. JAMKS SUM.IVAN ANNOUNCES HIM- self as a candidate for Long Term County Commissioner, subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. For Constable. SW. UPSON HEREBY ANNOUNCES hinise fas a candidate for Constable of Reno Township, subject to the decision of the Republican County Con.entioii Central Park Horse Market II. WOODS, Prop'r riPPOSITK NKW CITY 1IAI.L. EN' trance on Mission street, near 8th, tan 1'ioiicisco, CM. With mr business location, experience and extensive acquaintance, nnil my desiie to give the highest satisfaction in all my dealings prompts me to say, if you wnnt to buv or sell a pony, sidille horse, driving horse, draft horse or mule, give me a call Horses taken for snleou commission. solicited. RKMKMHKR' RKMUMUHK! YOU YOU CANNOT CANNO'l IKT TOBWOKK riHKAPER OR tlOBWOKK OR NY B ETTKR KTTKR kONK BY BY SENDIN KN1MN AWAY FROM TTOMK. WAV RROM JJ.OMK. A Iti-oken Arm. Lawt Wednesday, as ex-Governor Bliutdull and Deputy United States Surveyor A. D. Hock were returning from Hamilton, White Pine county, in a bunny, Captain Rock driving, their team run uwiiy. The Governor jornped out eiwlv in the ruue, and re- ceived no other injury than a pretty severe shaking tip, but the 'Captain Ktayeil with the team .until thrown to the ground, suffering a fracture of one of his arms. It was temporarily set by tho Governor. They were obliKed to walU about four miles to the next Htation; where their team had been stopped. Tlieir carriage wan in a condition, -but, with the assistance of tho station keeper, thev tied It tip so they were able to reach Eureka with it. The Ijotfi'ry Ion. The Troy (N. Y.) Times says: It is a notable fact that of all the Southern Statefl which manifest an exaggerated decree of popular illiteracy the one uliirh phoux the lowest percentage of intelligence is the one which depends for its public school fund upon a rev- onuo derived from a lottery company. Louisiana has hliown itself all but in- capable of self-government. Ex-Speaker Randall Eulogized in Both Houses. AflJouriU'rt The rexulur meeting of the Board of Trade was adjourned for one week, to meot next Saturday. The President unil Secretary arc engaged in San FnincNco on' important business for the Board, and will report wlien thev return. A l.ui-tcc Warrhouae. Sperry Brothers i ropnae to erect on, the walor-front at Cal., a warehouse to store tons, nnci ihprn will bo ihrco milroiid running through the gruu iilruoinn-. An nlfVHtorl railroad unck 18 to built aloiiic water frnniiiao of on S ockion Ohamel, the ura n be run on to s from car a. Cou ty S HIP of rertistrirtpd to thirly-l'oiir S nitorlitl and lopreueniallve (iounly, hnwnvers rnnll, hfini; wilbou' ution. formwr Scnaif numi'orfd thirty-five merntiers and the Honsn Th- hill pas-oil witli but diglii dissenting votns Iu both Houses. for Fryer's Abletine Congh Balm no other. It 1 tho most pleasant a d o ugh remedy in t World. It con inlns no opium. ITicf Sold by Wm Plnnfger, 'The origin land AblHtlne prenantlona bear the fac-slmlle signature ol O. F. FUVKK. II 4 HKI Kit. Reno, Set lemlier it, 1890, by Justice W.H. Young, J. E. Peterson and Miss Ijnima Nelson. In Reno, September 12, 1890.111- (ant dniRhterof John and Mary O'Hrien, axed eleven month- and ten uays. r> Auction Sale. UR1NG THK COMING WEEK COM meiicing on Monday evening, September 15th, we will hold auction .in i evenings, and continue the sa'ne until our entire stock is closed out, which consists of dry goods, crockerv. etc. FAIR STORE." Feno, Nev., September 13, 1890. MOST PERFECT MADE. STATE ASSAY OFFICE. I have analyzed DK. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER bought by me In open market and have found it tree from Alum and Ammonia and containing no deleterios ingredients of any kind. It makes fine light b'ead, and I cmn recommend it to all wishing pure and wholesome food. LOUIS FALK.ENAU, formerly State Assayer, Frs.nc.iKio, Jan. >s, 1889. Early Frosts in the Death From Cholera. Mai torn. By Associated Press.l WASHINGTON, Sept. Quay of- fered of resoltitious sorrow and con- dolence in regard to the death of Sam- uel J. Randall, and proceeded to address the Senate. Barbour and Plumb also eulogized the dead Ex-Speaker. HOUSE. The approval of the Journal on Tuesday's proceedings was the first question roll called and Journal ap proved, yeas 157, nays nothing, the clerk noting a quorum. Every Dem- ocrat present and not paired, voted in the affirmative. The clerk then pro- ceeded to the reading of the Journal ol Wednesdays proceedings, which O'Farral of Va., demanded be read in full. This lead tu a sharp passage Lietween Speaker Reed and O'Furral in which the latter said he wus res- ponsible to his constituents, not to the Reed said he was res- ponsible to the country. The Journals of Wednesday, Thurs- day and Friday were read and ap- proved without objection, and the house proceeded to the last tribute of resjiect to the meinory of the late Sen- ator Beck of Kentucky. Further eloquent tributes were paid by Danels, Ctillom, Blackburn, Mor- gan, Gilson and Hiscock. Adjourned till Monday. Superintendent Porter of the census olHco has announced that the recount of Minneapolis shows a population of an increase ef 251 per cent ei. ice 1880. In the House MnKinley offered a resolution that the Tariff bill, with the Senate amendments, be not considered in Committee of the Whole, but it be taken up in the House proper, and, after debate, it will .be in order to move to non-concur in the bill and the amendments in gross, and to agree to the Committee of Conference asked by' the Senate. The resolution was ferred to the Committee on Rules. McCreary of Kentucky introduced a resolution that the killing of General Barrundia by the authorities of Guate- mala while on board an American ves- sel demands an immediate investiga- tion, and requests the President, if not incompatible with the public interest, to transmit to the House all infoima- tion in his possession concerning the transaction. After addresses by Breekenridge of Kentucky, Dunnell of Minnesota, McCrearv of Kentucky, Stone of Ken- tucky, Blount of Georgia, Sanderson of Illinois, Carseth of Kentucky, McMil- lan of Tennessee and Hook of Mississ- ippi, the house adjourned. Kt-port. By Associated Press.l WASHINGTON, Sept. The Signal Office furnishes the following special bulletin: The Signal Service reports of yesterday and this morning show an advance from the Northwest over over Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, Iowa, Kansas, Northern Texas, Missouri and Illinois of the severe cold wave which produced unprecedently low temperatu'es and unusually early frost throughout these sections. Following are some minimum temperatures this m'-rning with their relation to the lowest ever before recorded during the second week of September, viz. Concordia below the Wichita Davenport Keokuk Chicago Springfield] III., Springfield, Mo., Killing frosts were reported this morning from Central and Northwest- ern Iowa two weeks earlier, from Den- ver three weeks earlier, and from Northern Nebraska three days earlier than any previous record. Light frosts are reported from other portions of Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas and Northern Missouri. Frost warnings were sent yesterday to Northwestern Iowa and Dakota, and this morning were issued to the cran- berry and tobacco districts of Wist-onsin and the tobacco districts of Missouri, Western Kentucky and Northwestern Tennessee. _ 1 trayrd er Htolen. A ground swell The finder will I please return to the Democratic party. High Wat-r IHMMfe. By Associated Press.] _, WATERTOWN, Soft. rain, which has fallen in torrenteamoat con- tinually for five dayg past, has swollen every stream in thfs section to a spring freshet height, and to-day the effects are periounly lelt hereabouts by the the almost complete tying up of the Rome, Watartown and Ogdensburg railroad and its brattthcs, and the destruction of mills and other to manufac- turing and farm property. In Lewis county (nany acres of good farm land are under water. The water rose to such a height tbat cattle took refuge on knolls and highlands and were made to swim through the flood at milking time. Black river is raging, it being within four inches of the unusually high point which it reached lagt spring, and with frequent showers still coming and the 'water at HI flowing into the valley from yesterday's 'rafns, there are probabili- ties that it will pass that high water mark ank become dangeruus. Wlitdom In Kew York. By Associated Press.] NKW YORK, Sept. Windom arrived at the Bob-treasury at noon and notices were at once sent out to the leading bankers to award him a conference and exchange views with him. The conference was in ses- sion two hours, and at its close Win- dom stated he had not decided what action he would take, but would an- nounre his plan in the evening. He said the suggestion was made to de- posit the Government funds in the na- tional banks, but was rejected. Ho. was in favor of extending the time for paying duties on goods now on hand at the present tariff rates until Febru- ary. "I will said he, "every possible step to relieve the present and he believes he has ample resources to effect this purpose. The gjneral idea is that he will decide to purchase a large amount of Govern- ment lands. FURNISHING GOODS. HAT8 BOOTS AND SHOKS. Complete, THE ELECTION IH WYOMING. An Kxoltlne Xarjtet. By Associated Press.] CHICAGO, Sept. the bulls of Basham were let looae on the Board of Trade the opening. Corn, the lead- ing option, closed at 52% lust night, and opened thia morning at anywhere from 54 to 66 in different parts of the pit, and inside of two minutes it was to 53ii, when it became less w ild, rininn again to The chief cause of the furor was the reported killing frosts in Northwest, intensified by posting a notice of the failure of Smith Co., who have been heavy dealeis in corn. Smith is at home sick, and it is impossible to learn the assets and liabilities. December wheat, which closed at 105% last night, opened wildly at 107, quickly receded to 100M. 'hen steadied and firmed up, and at the end of fifteen minutes stood at Brnntchr 10 Terms. By Associated Press BRADFORD Sept. suit of Logan, Emery and Weaver against the Pennsylvania Railroad has been settled. The plaintiffs claimed as damages that they overpaid the company for shipping crude oil to the refinery at Philadelphia between 1881 and according to rates given to other com- panies; also, based upon the Act of June 4, 1883, that any carrier discriminating shall pay treble the amount of damages asked. Senator Emery Bays the road came to bin terms. A New Cabinet. By Associated Press.] TORONTO Sept. inet lias been reorganized as follows: Oliver Mowat, Premier and Attorney General; G. A. Ross, Minister of Edu- cation C. F. Fraser, Commissioner of Public Works; A. 8. Hardy, Commis- sioner of Crow Lands; Richard Har- uourt, Provincial.Treasurer; John Dry- den, Mislster of Agriculture; and J. M. Gibson, Provincial Secretary. A Fnrmer Shot and Wobln-d. By Associated Press.! REDWOOD CITY, Sept. George From hertz, a farmer iu the hills back of Searsville, was shot and robocd this morning by an unknown man. Only one shot took effect, and the wound is not fatal. Fromhertz grappled with his assailant, but was overpowered. 1'he robber secured and made off. Officers are in pursuit. A Thieving Broker. By Associated Presa.l CHICAGO, Sept. were eworn out this morning for the arrest of Loring R. Loomie, s young stock broker, who has disappeared, and, It alleged has taken of bis cus- tomers' money. Thought to Have Been Cholera. By Associated Press.] CABBOLTON man died here yesterday of what is pronounced to have been a genuine case of Asiatic cholera. TELEtttAl'HIC BREVITIES. Bar silver, 1 15. The Republican plurality in Maine is The Republicans Scoop the Entire State. Chief Detective A very Murdered in Obioagro. Money Kaalcr. By Associated Press CRESSON SPRINGS Sept. To-day, for the first time since the President's arrival, the weather is pleasant. The President is very much invigorated by the bracing mountain breeze. He dispatched considerable business from 10 to 1 o'clock. He was in the telegraph office in correspon- dence with Secretary Windom at New York in regard to the financial situa- tion. Word was received from Win- dom- that money was easier this fore- noon, and that the panicky feature in Wall street was gradually disap- pearing. n Body Arrives. By Cable and Associated Press.] STOCKHOLM, Sept. United States man-of-war Baltimore, with the body uf Drioason aboard, arrived this evening. She made the run from New York to Gottenburg within 17 days, which is the fastest time on record for a man-of-war. A Kppubtlran In Wyoming. Bv Associated Press.l CHEYENNK (Wyo.) Sept. Republicans now claim the State by majority. The Democrats con- cede it by The Republicans carry the Legislature, and will huve a majority in bnth branches. A Chicago Homicide. By Associated Press.] CHICAGO, Sept. D. M. Avery, chief detective of tho Lake Shore and Michigan Southern road, was stubbed and killed this moi ning by Louis Dyck- man. The latter was fighting drunk. Virtually By Cable and AbMJCintcd Press.] LONDON, Sept. strike at Southampton is virtually ended. A few of the dock laborers have returned to their work and the bulk of them will resume work on Monday. C-ARD- "With your name and address, mailed to the Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Oft., is necessary to obtain an interesting treat- ise on the blood and the diseases incident to it sss Eruption Cured. One of mr customers, highly respected tad Influential citizen, but who is now absent from, the city, has used Sniffs Specific with excellent rctalt lie says it cured him of a skin eruption that be had been tormented with for thirty yean, tod hid restated the curative qualities of many other medicines. BOBIBT CLXOO, Druggiet, fails City, Neb. Bnth the method and results when Syrup of Pigs i a taken; it ispleuwmt and refreshing to the taste, and acU gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver an'd Bowels, cleanses the sys- tem effectually, dispels colds, fieiul- aches and fevers and cures habitual I oonstiputiou. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of ita Kind ever pro- duced, pleasing to the taste JUKI ac- ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficiul in its effects, itfrmany excellent qualities commend it to all. It is for pnle in and bottles by all leading druggists. MANUFACTURED ONLY BY THE CALIFORNIA FIG' SYRUP CO. 84H FRANCISCO, CAL. LOUI8VIUE, KY. HIW fOIIK, H.Y- -Consisting of- -4- Tbe Latest and Best Styles OF- Men s and Beys' Clothing, Underwear, Socks, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, All and Patterns, Collars, tafe. Windsor Ties and Dude Bows. ASSORTMENT OF A full line of J. B. Stetson Co. FINE HATS In alll grades. Fine MjfM HATS dtte Best Grade. Large Assortment of Men'? and Suspenders. SONDE ELAND'S 82 SO SHOE. 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 OR BEFORE SEPT. 1, In order to raise this amout we will continue to, sacrifice our elegant stood of DRY AND FANCY GOODS of 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 whicl- you can have your choice of the following: O TPTp KETS G've of those slylishlSide S TICKETS One Sugar Shell or one Novelty Hair Pin. 10 TICKETS oae lUver-ptBted Butter .Knife, or a pair of very pre.ty 1 9 T'Tf'if VTft Give tlle of a. fine rolled gold plate Pin. a pair of I tii gold front Cuff Pins, a novelty Interlocking Glove Buttoner of fine gold plate or a handsome Bangle. 20 TICKETS G'VC lACe ?in or a Pair ofchoi-x: Ear Rings. Ofi TlfiWETft Give you the choice of a set ot Rogers' Ten Stxxms, a beautiful fiO A A J. Loce pm, a lovely pair of stylish Bracelets handsome Necklace OK Give you the choice of a set ol Rogers' Knives, a superb pair ol X K? fine rolled gold plate Bracelets, a very choice pair of Ear Rinvs or a set of Rogers' Forks. KA Give you the choice of a most elaborate pair of fine rolled gold 
                            

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