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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 19, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                THE STATE FAIR! Go toad, make it a Great Success. i. Take a "Vacation Next pnraonde your nelfhbafib to do the same and attend the Fair. VOL. XXIX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, FRIDAY, SKPTEMBEK 19, 1890. NO. HI. ANNOUNCKMKNTS.______ car inserted under this head for payable in advance. Short Term Commissioner. WILLIAM PIF.RSOX OP WADWORTH hereby announces huns-lf lor Short- term CommixMoner. subject to the decision o! the Repuh lean County Convention.________ For County Recorder. ANNOUNCE MY selfa candidate for Countv Recorder of Washoc county. tuthctlcciMon of thr Republican County H DM__________ Foi County Clerk. J HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS A can iclate for Hie office of of JVaihoe County, subject to the decision ol the Republican Comity Con-ention. man_____________OK LA NOO EVANS. County Clerk. W. IIIGCINS HEREBY ANNOUNCES hlmstlf at n cam.idate for County Clerk, subject to the decision of the Rcpubli call County Convention. The Par West Liber- ally Treated. By the Soldiery, and Arrests Made. H County Oomm i WP. HERFBY AN- iiouncen Inmscli a candidate for County Commissioner (long siibjtct to the decision o! the Deraociutic County Con- vention _ County Commissioner. BAN" O'CONNOR HEREBY ANNOUNCES hiinscl, f r the offi.e ol County Commis- sioner onff subject to the decision ol the Republic in County Convention. For Commissioner. EW. PARRY HEREBY ANNOUNCES hiinscll fur the office of long term Commissioner.-ubiecl to the decision of the Kepulilicnii County Convention. Short Term Commissioner. MHRR1I.T, ANNOUNCES HIMSELC >V a caiuliil.ue for ShoH Term Com- missioner, subject to the decision of the Re- publican County Convention. A Cyclone in the East Destroys Fair 3y Associated Press CHICAGO, Sept. 19 a meeting of lie .National World's Fair Couimis- ionors the report of the Executive Committee was read recommending hat George C. D.ivis bo selected as and a minority re- ommending Daniel H. Hastings. The eporta were laid over. President Palmer then announced lie standing committees. The West- rn States and Territories have the allowing representation on the com- For Sheriff. W. It CALT.HUN ANNOUNCES ItlM- sclfii- candidate for hl-enll, subject to tl'e ikcision of the Republican County Convention. For County Clerk. A. KOr.G 1IER'-BY ANNOUNCES >V himself ..s n candidate -'or County CUrk. subject to the decision of the Republi- can County Convention. County Commissioner. TAMES st'I.LIVAN ANNOUNCES HIM sell as a candidate for LonK Term Comity Com in is-ioiur, subject to the decision of the Republic in County Convention. For Constable. SW rl'SON- IIEREHY ANNOl'NCES huiise I -is a candidate for C  ou wnnt to DUV or sc a posy, iwddle horse, driving horse, draft horse or mule, give me a call trance on Mission street, extensive acquaintance, and my desne to the highest satisfaction in all my dealing prompts me to sav, if >ou wnnt to buv or se Horses Iftken for sale on commission. solicited. sepgdw for 'Our Family Physician" a valuable and reliable docto book, given to new subscribo tlio G-AZF.TTTE. FHE WORLD'S FAIR. LISBON NOB FIRED OS, On Tarifls and W. luineB of Nevada, T. C. Guitteres of s'uw Mexico. On Fine II. DeYoung of California. On Science, History, Literature and C. Bei-kwith of Wyoni- Un of Nevada, VI. Wilkins of Oregon, Wm. Forsyth >f California. On Live A. Manning of ilaho, G. of Nevada, H. Drum if Washington, Guitteres of New Mex- co, A. II. Mitchell of Montana, H. G. lay of Wyoming. On Horticulture and Y. Forsyth of California, Chairman, .limning of Idaho, W. Zeckendorf Vrizona, F. J. Kienel of Utah. On II. Hershfield of Montana, T. H. Lannan of Utah. On Young of Cul- fornia, N. F. Conies of Arizona, A. C. Buokwith of Wyoming. On M. White of New Mexico, Kiusel of Utah nod Zeck- endorf of Arizona. On WilKins of Ore- gon and H. Drum of Washington. On Mines and ll. Mitch- ell of Montana, G Knssell, of Nevada, J. E. Stearns of Idaho, G. F. Coates of Arizona, Lanntui of Utah, Drum of Washington, R. M. White of New Mexico and M. L. McDonald, Cal. On Fisheries and Fish K. Klippel of Oregon. On Electrician and Electrical Appli- B. Hopkins of Washington. On Forestry and M. White of New of Ore- gon and Hay of Wyoming. On of Califor- nia. On of Utah. Col. Geo. 11. Davis of Chicago was chosen Director General on the first ballot. A lilxboti Mob. By Cable and Associated Press.! LISBON, Sept. 19. Wednesday night a n.ob attacked eight policemen in the streets, and in the conflict stones and revolvers were freely used. Forty-two rioters were arrested. Later the riot became gei eral, and the municipal guard was called out. The mob then took rpfuse in the Cafe Mariino.in the Plaza Dom Pedro, where the customers consisted of journalists, deputies and merchants. The soldiers lired into the building, and several of the occupants were wounded severely. Another Cyclone. By Associated Press. 1 ATLANTIC Sept. The re- port of a cyclone near Manning, Iowa, yesterday is confirmed. Win. Feny were killed outright and a number night's reports show the loss of- life waa ex- aggerated. The loss of property is several thousand di -liars. Colorado Xouniiationn. By Associated Press. 1 DKNVER, Sept. 19 this morn- ing's session of the Republican State Convention John L. Rouettp of Ara- pahoe coitnty received the nomination for Governor, and Judge William Storey of Ouray for Lieutenant-Gov- ernor. Fonr 1'ersonn Bnrned to Death. By Cab'e and Associated Tress.] BERLIN, Sept. A fire broke out last niglit in Freedrich Strasse, occu- pied by a wealthy merchant named Frichs and family. His two daughters, a governess and a maid were burned to death. A Count Loses Money and Suicides. By Cable and Associated Presfc) PARIS, Sept. 19. La Paix says Emperor William and the Emperor of Austria held a long debate on th ad- mission of France into .an alliance with Germany, Austria and Italy. To-Way'" Silver By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Sept. The amount of silver offered to the Treasury to-day was 820.0JO ounces. The amount pur- chased was ounces at 1628. Heavy Vivo IJOMH. B) Associated Press.] WHITEHALL Sept. The business portion of the town was burned this morning, besides which thirty dwellings were consumed. The loss amounts to TURKISH MAN-OF-WAR LOST, The President Attending Executive Business. to The National Anti-Lottery Bill a. Law. A Konith Experience. By Associated Press BOSTON, Sept. disabled ship Challenge, reported at New York a few days ago by an incoming steamer, arrived to-day, almost entirely dis- mantled, having passed through a hurricane on August 31st. Eight oi her crew were washed overboard and drowned, and four others were seriously hurt. _________ 91 ail e Sio Worn.nations By Associated Press.] COLUMBUS (S. Sept. Republican State Convention adjourned this morning after deciding to put no tii-ket in the fie'd. TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. Bar silver, 1 It is officially announced at Zanzibar hat the Germans have issued no proc- amation relative to the slave trade in Africa. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BREVITIES. town It is Five llnndrfxl People Drowned By Cable and Associated Press.] LONDON, Sept. from Hiojitt state that the Turkish man-of- war Ertzenorou! foundered at sea, and COO of her crew were drowned. The Ertzenoroul was a wooden frig- ate of 2.334 tons, mounted with forty- one guns of email caliber, and was built in 18C3. Osman Pasha and AH Pasha, envoys of the Sultan to the Emperor of Japan, were among the drowned. Osman Pasha, whose victory over the Russians at Plevna gave him a high rank as a fighting General, had been on an official visit to Japan, hav- ing been intrusted with a special mis- sion from the Sultan to the Mikado. The progress of the Ertzenoroul sinre she left Constantinople many months ago has been mostludicrous. Leaving Turkey short of money, it was under- stood that supplies were to be sent her to ports at which she was to coal, with the result that her sojourn in -those countries were indefinitely prolonged. As the officers at home were uuable to keep their promises, in this way she lost some of her crew, and her officers were many times on the verge of re- bel ion, induced by starvation, while the Governors of the cities visited re- fused to remit her harbor dues .and irrant other privileges of the rights due her as a Turkish man-of-war, on the grounds that she was not sailing in that character. nit powder enough on board to enable the crew to fire the regulation salutes. After many adventures only worthy of the opera bouffe the Ertxenoroul finally arrived in Japanese waters, and was on her return voyage when the disaster occurred. SInrdrr and Suicide. By Associated Press.] SPRINGFIELD Sept. Drunitn, proprietor of a wine house, last evening in a fit of jealousy shot and killed his wife, aud tlien euded his own Kfe. A Valuable Crop. Strawberry farming pays in England. From a single strawberry farm at Or- pinnton the proprietor (tot 600 tons of fruit, an amounts which, at 4 cents a pound, represents a turnover of more than With your name address, mailed to the Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga., la accessary, to Obtain an interesting treat- ise on the blood and the diseases incident toil. sss Skin Eruption Cured. One of my customers, a highly respected and Innnentlmi citizen, but who in now atweot from the city, hasused Swift's Specific with excellent remit Be it cured him of a akin eruption that be had been tormented with for thirty yean, and had resisted the curative qoatltiea of many other medicines. BOBXBT CLBOO, DraggUt, Falls City, Neb. HOlSti JOHN PIPER ..........I.ESSEK. ONK NIGHT ONLY. MONDAY EV'NMEPF. 22, 1390. Appearance of America's Favorite IribVi Comedian, J. PBEK-A-DOO. Under Uie-nmnngcmemt of Augustus Pltoii, in his romantic four act comedy, "MILES AROON." Rev. John DeLaMatyr was in to-day. Betsf has taken a little jump. five cents now for prime cattle. Work will soon be commenced on the Smelting Works, and then times will improve. Hon. William Thompson went np the valley thin morning to look after Slate Fair mat ere. As the GAZETTE went to press this afternoon. Governor Stevenson was re- ported as resting easy, but very low. S. Knapp, Division Superintend- ent of the Suit Lake Division of the Central Pacific, passed east this inorn- i'ig. Charley Roberts came in from the junction last ninht with 30 head of fat steers and heifers en route to the Vir- ginia market. Both the First National and Nevada Banks will close each day next week at 12 o'clock and open from 6 to 7 each evening. See notice. An Kxclllna Content. The vaqnero riding on the second day of the Fair promises to be an ex- citing feature, of the week's pport. Charley Roherts of Long Valley, Bill of Texas, Jim Clurry of Battle Mountain, Warren Laird of Smoke Creek and several others have signified their intention to bring in the worst "outlaw" hories on the range. The boys will undoubtedly rake them fro'm the shoulder to the hip with cold steel, and they will jump" and bel- low like a call.' It will be interesting sport. _ _ Off tor Meattla. Hon. Thomas Fitch and wife leave to-night for Seattle, their future home. Daring their two years' residence among us tliey have renewed many old-time acquaintances and made a large number of new friends, who sin- cerely regret their departure. May good 'fortune go with them and success crown their efforts in their new home, is the sincere wish of the GAZETTE. OST PERFECT MADE. bv tlieUnl'P'1 Oovornment. Kndomed by -.ho Uriilver-l I-' ivl "mbllr KXM! ns thP and M. rl- 'Vc eim Biki-g P do-s no contain Ammonia. Llo.e or Alu-n Tit vorlnK Extract-.. Vnnll'a, Juemou, Almond. Hose, etc.. do iiotcoutuln poisonous olU or chemicals. PRICE BAKING! POWDER CO.. New York. Chicago, and Ban Francisco PoMtponrd. The regular monthly meeting of the State Board of Trade will be postponed until Wednesday next, September 24th. Bv order of the President. AI.LKN C. BRAOO. Secretary. Another Title Miss Virginia Schley, the daughter of the noted Commander of the United States cruiser Baltimore, in to be mar- ried on her father's vennel in the Med- iterranean next Fehrnarv, to the youug nephew of the Earl of Wharncliff. Matters. By Associated Press. I WASHINGTON, Sept. confer- ence ou the Tariff bill this morning did not touch upon matters of public in- terest. SENATE. Plumb's resolution to recommit the Bankruptcy bill to the Judiciary Com- mittee with instructions to amend by making it apply to voluntary bank- ruptcy only was taken up and, after a discussion, was placed on the calendar. The matter will not be brought up again this session. Voorhees introduced a joint resolu- tion for the immediate increase of sil- ver money by the purchase of 000 ounces of silver at a price below 20 within the next thirty days, this purchase to be in addition to the amount required by the existing law. Referred to the Finance Committee. The Senate then went into executive session. HOUSE. The Democrats continued their habit of leaving the House to break the quo- rum, and only after a great deal of delay was the journal finally approved. The ordering of the previous question on the Langston-Venable contested election case then came up, but no quorum could be obtained. The previous question was finally 147, nays 7. Home Fxrcntlve Bualneax. By Associated Press.] CIUBBON SPRINGS, Sept. President to-day issued a proclamation extending the time of the removal catile from the Cherokee strip to No- vember 1st. Tibbott, of the White House force, arrived here this morning with the River and Harbor bill and the Anti- Lottery bill. They were submitted to tne President, and after reading them over carefully, he attached bis signa- ture to each, so that they are now IftWfl The President signed the following nominations and they were sent to Washington to-day: John A. Rinei of Wyoming, United States Distiic Judge of Wyoming; B. F. Foller o Wyoming, United States Attorney the of Wyoming; John P Rankin of United States Marshal of the District of Wyoming, Itolnrd by Gambling. By Cable aud Associated Press.) BERLIN, Sept. Schleinitz who has been rained by gambling committed suicide Mr. Scanlan will sing the following songs, written aud composed by him especially for this play: YOU AND I LOVE." MY MAGGIE." LIVE, MY LOVE, OH LIVE." THE SWING SONG." his always "PEEK-A-BOO." SCALE OF PRICES: Dress Circle oo Dress Circle Admission................ I oo Balcony 75 Admission Balcony................... .v> ftoxes oo Box sheet now open -it Nnsby's Bazaar. Delinquent Notice. ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER XL Company, a of principal place of business, Reno, Nevada: location of works, Reno, Nevada: There is delinquent upon the following de- scribed stock, on account of Assessment No. 2 levied on the jth day ol June, A. D. 1890 the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective stockholder; lows: NAME. No. Cert like, W. T.................. 24 ifol- uke, W olsom.LD............... 14 olsom, L D............... 15 D............... J2 toll, S F..................... 161 iult, CH................... 160 Baylor, SH................. 23 95 'ay'-.ir, SH................ 21 100 lender, C T............... 22 5 'nylor, Mrs S H......... 19 'nylur Mrs S H......... 20 900 .uhe, Henry........... 5 3735 3 gold front Cuff Pins, a novelty interlocking Glove.Buttoner of fine gold plate or a handsome Bangle. Clveyou one silver-plated Butter .Knife, or a very prely Bracelets. RIVERSIDE HOTEL. The at the RiverRide Hotel Fair week will be 50 per day each where two persons occupy one room and per day for one person. The hotel bus will transport the guests to and from the Fair grounds free of charge. No room without board. W. B. CHAMBERLAIN, Proprietor. 9A Give you degant lace Pln a of choi': Give you the choice of a set ol Rogers' Tea Spoons, a beaatllul 25 TlCJilii 1 S Lace Pin, a lovely pair ofatylish Bracelets handsome Necklace nr Give you the choice of a set of Rogers' Knives, a superb pair 35 TlUli.L 18 fiae rolled gold plate Bracelets, a very choice pair of Bar Rings or a set of Rogers' Forlcs. Give you the choice of a most elaborate pair of rolled gold 50 TIC Ji.Jvl.0 plate Bracelets, a very ntyllsh fine rolled gold plate Necklace or set of Rogers' Table Spoons. This is no Lottery. No Humbug. BASK NOTICE. DURING FAIR WEEK OUR OFFICES will close each day at it o'clock noon and open m BANK. OF NEVADA. Reno, Nevada, Sept. 18. 1890. You buy our goods cheaper than any other store in the State sell them to yon, and in addition fer no extra charge or expense you will receive the choice of any of the above articles according to the amount of tickets you may hold. Call and i-ee these PREMIUM they are on exhibitiot in our mammoth store. Thavery jobwork at the GAZETTE office, Mid tbe beat stock. Parties costs, indebted to us must pay up at once and save INEWSPAPERif   

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