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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 17, 1890, Reno, Nevada JOB WORK The Neatest, The Best, j At tho Gazette Office. ENVELOPES Printed Cheaper than the''bheapest. VOL. XXIX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, WEDNESDAY, StfPTEMBEU 17, 18HO. U5. ANNOfNCKMKMS. 'niltd.ttcs t.ir lft inserted under this head foi <5, payable in advance. bhort. Term Commissioner. "tlni.T.IAM I'IKRBON OF WADWOKTH ff hereby himself lor Short- term Commission' r. subject to the decision ot the Kepub icnn Comitv Convention.______ For County Recorder. ANNOUNCE MY- self a candidate for Conniv Recorder of Washwcountv subject to the decision of the Hcputil can Convention, i' _ W.M I! D Foi County Cleric. IHKRKIIY AVNOUNCK MYSF.I.K AS A can uliitc llie office of ClTlc of County subject to the derision oi the Republican Co'unly zann ORLANDO KVANS. County Clerk. HW HIOCINS HKRKIJY ANNOfXCKS himself as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the decision of the Republl- 11 CpniityOjiivctitlon.__________________ Comm vy r.' M r.AUGHUN -HF.RPIIY. AN tV nounces hlnisell as a candidate for I County commnwloner (lontf .subject to the decision jl the Demociatic County Con- veiui'jn LATEST CHINA NEWS. Four. Million Home- less People. THE CHOLERA STILL SPREADING. In Spain the Upper Classes are Being Attacked. Nevada's Indian "War Claims .Bill dPftaaes the- Senate. County Commissioner. O CONNER HI'RRIIY ANNOUNCES J7 himscli f rthcoffi e ol County Comiuis- r onjj subject to the decision ol the Republic in County C_ iventioit. For Commissioner. K. W I'ARrRY HKRKBV ANNOUNCES Ininsefl for the office of fcitifj term ixsi JIHT. Mibject to the decision of the jniblu.iu County Convention. Short Term Oommtssloner. MKRRII.L ANNOUNCKS MIMSKI.F V us a candidate for dhort Term Com- missioner, subject to the decision of the Kc- County Convention. For Sheriff. w- H CAUGHI.IN ANNOUNCKS HIM- clf as a candidate for SI'criH, subject to tl'e decision of the Republican County Convention. For County Clork. A. FOGG ANNOUNCES T himself os a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the decision of thePRepubli- can Connly Convention. County Commissioner. IAMHS SUI.MVAN ANNOUNCKS HIM- sell as ii candidate for I.OIIK Term County Commissioner, .subject to the decision of the KtpiiMu in County Convention. For Constable. un want to btiv or sell H pony, fe-ukllc horse, driving horse, draft horse or mule, (jiveme a call. Horses taken for sale on commission. sol .cited. scpodw GAIN ONE POUND A bay. A GAIN OP A rouxn A DAY IN THE CASE OF A MAN WHO HAS BECOME "AM. RUN AND HAS HEGUN TO TAKE THAT REMARKAHLE FLIiSH PRODUCER, SCOTT'S FMULSION OF PURE COO LIVER OIL WITH Hypophosphites of Lime frSoda IS NOVHING UNUSUAL. TllIS FEAT HAS BEEN PERFORMED OVER AND OVER AGAIN. PALATABLE AS MILK. EN- DORSED nv PHYSICIANS. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. AVOID SUBSTHUTIONS AND IMITATIONS. for 'Onr Family Physician" is a valuable and reliable doctor book, given to ever new. subscriber tho WEEKLY By Associated Press.) WASHINOTON, Sept. 17 meeting of the Hoove Judiciary Committee was to-day called to consider the resolu- tions censuring Kepresentntive Ken- nedy for his speech ugainst Senator Quay and expunge the speech from the Record. Kennedy made a statement in de- fense of his action, and niude an argu- ment to prove that his ppeech, as pub- lished in the Record, is within the requirements of parliamentary law. The Committee decided to report a resolution orclerioiTthe printer to omi' the speech from the permanent record. .HCM.ISE. Speaker Keed has signed the River and Harbor bill. The conferees on the Tariff bill were in Reunion this moining about an hour. But little progress was made The LangBton-Venable contested election case came up, and the Demo- crats resorted to their tacticd of leaving the chamber when the roll was called on its consideration, but the Clerk finally managed to note a quorum, and Huimen of Wisconsin proceeded to argue the case. SENATE. The Senate bill tp reimburse certain perrons who expended money and fur- nished services and supplies in repell- ing .invasions and suppressing Indian hostilities in Nevada was taken up and passed. The Senate 000 for a monument in Washington to the memory of John Kricsson was also passed. The House bill to amend the Act of February, 1S85. so up to entitle men who havo served thirty years in the aimy, navy or marine corps to be on the retired list with 75 per cent, of their pay, was passed. The Senate bill releasing S. H. Brooks, Assistant Treasurer of the United States at Situ Francisco, and :iis sureties from liabilities for oat at that sub-Treasury was passed. The Senate resinned the considera- tion of tho bill to establish United States Land Oflices and provide for the settlement of private land claims u ;he States of Ne.vada, Colorado and Wyoming, and in the Territories of S'ew Mexico, Arizona and Utah. Horrible NttflVrlnB in China. Special to the GAZETTE.! SAN FIIANCIHCO, Sept. steamship City Rio Janeiro arrived this morning from Hong Kong and Yokohama, via Victoria, B. C. She brin-_'s Chinese advices to August 21st. and Japanese advices to August 29 The Yollow river, flood and other Moods continue to absorb attention in China. In the provinces of Chihli there are four million people homeless, and the misery in Cbartung is almost as great. Cholera is prevalent in Shanghai and tho northern districts and several Europeans havo succombed to it. A (ire at Sanjomachi, Japan, on Au- gust 21st destroyed 1170 houses and four telegraph pouts, and caused the death of seven persons. A rainsform on August 22d caused MOST PERFECT MADE. U-i-c.1 by the Ooverninetit. Endorxed by .ho hendi of the Grea Unilvtr-l .nil nubile torn! us the strongest, p rpfi mosc. Healtbfiil' 1 1. rl c e.im Biki- g P wrier doos no coutnln Ammonlu, Llmo or Alnm Dr. I'ICC'H DL-HUI mi F> vorliisf Extracts, Vnnltia, Lemoo, Oruuge, Almond. Koso, etc.,
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