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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 22, 1890, Reno, Nevada THE STATE FAIR! QO and make it a Great Success. Vacation Thla weak juut persuade your to do the and attend the Fair. VOL. XXIX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBEK 22, 1890. MISCELLANEOUS. H. LETER, THE BON TON TAILOR, Has just received a fine line of Fall goods, both FRENCH AND DOMESTIC. made to order cheaper than nny other place in the city A perfect fit guaranteed or no VIRGINIA STRKET, NEAR COMMERCIAL ROW, RENO, NEVADA. _ coscp _ OPERA HOlSk JOHN PIPER I.KSSBE. McAuliffe and Slavin Under Bonds. 4 SWISS VILLAGE The Weather East of Missouri River. the ONE NIGHT 22, 1890, Portuguese u Ask for Appearance of Favorite Irish Comedian, J. I'KEK-A-BOO." Under the manngemenit of Augustus Pitou, his romantic four-act comedy, "MILES ABOON." Mr. Scanlan will aing the following wnrs, written and composed by him especially for this play YOU AND I I.OVK MY MA.OGIK." MY LOVE, OH LIVK." THK SWING 8ONG." his nlways PEEK-A-BOO." SCALU OF PRICES Drews Circle oo Dress Circle Admission....... i oo Balcony 75 Admission Balcony.................. Boxen 500 Box .sheet now open at Nasby's Dazaar. The Clarendon. F HOTKL IN RENO, SITUATKD on Commercial Row, directly opposite the Depot. Newly construct d and hard; finished throughout. Klectrlc light, gas, hot and cold water fixtures in every room. Bath-room and every accommodation for guests. First- class trade invited. Terms reasonable and tnblc first-class Fine bar attached, with the very choicest of nines, liquors and cignrs. nep2o A. J. CLARK, Proprietor. The PajrtliHtM LONDON, Sept, is reported that Slaven and McAuliffe have been arrested. McAulifle was arrested at his lodgings in this cjty. Slavin was arrested on hif- arrival from his train- ing quarters at dover. They will be arranged this uf ternoon on a charge of conspiricy to commit a breach of the peace. Upon his arrival at the rail- way entered a cab and immediately placed under arrest. He was conveyed quickly to the Lani- police station 'when both were arranged and bound o'ver under 000 pounds each to appear tomorrow.' BIVERSIWS HOTEL. The rate at the Riverside Hotel Fair week will be 50 per day each when- two persona occupy one room and per day for oue person. The hotel will trarmport the quests to and fron> the Fair grounds free of charge. No room without board. R. CHAMBERLAIN, BlSwl 1'roprietor. Windmill and Outfit T TRUCKKB. CONSISTING OF ONE Regulator wind mill, one wind mill frame, made out of whole timbers 33 feet hlyh, stories, well secured with large iron rods. One gallon red wood tnulc, one red wood tan both with good covers, nnd one bronze weather indicator. hot further pai titulars, enquire of Mrs. M. Mai'- tden, at Truckce, or A. O. r ol the Reno CAXItTTIv. 320 Carts, Etc WJ. CARRIES THE 1IEST o class of goods to be found on the Agent for Studebnker's Fine Carriages, which cannot be excelled, agent for Fraier'' Koad Carts and best; also agent for the U. S. Carriage Co. 'the Best Horse-shoeing in J. UTJOECE By Cable and Associated LONDON, Sept. liquidators of the Cape of Good Hope Bank report a deficit in addition to total loss of its fully paid up capital and reserve fund, which amounts to pounds. The report recommends that a first call be made on the shareholders for one hun- dred pounds per share, payable in ten monthly installments. Klllrit by By Cab'c and Associated Press.] LONDON, Sept. advicef from Goa. India, state that 18 persons killed and 50 wounded in an election riot at that place by Portuguese troops who fired on the crowd of Republicans The Portuguese residents of Bombaj have resolved to apply to tho.pngliHl unJess the Portuguese Government Ye dresses their grievances. Vartci.v IV. at her By Associntrd Pros'. WASHINGTON, Sept. has fallen in the lower Mississippi valle> and in the Gulf and South Atlantii States; elsewhere the weather has re- mained fair. The temperature lias fallen in New England, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Kansas and Texas, und it has risen or remained stationary elsewhere. Heavy Fire By Cable and Associated Press.] Sept. village of Ruthi St. uull is on fire, and three hundred houses uro already destroyed. A loss of one life is reported, and the people are destitute. A Fnrnnornien'H Ntrikr. By Cable and Associated Press.] GiMbaow, Sept. Scotch furuaceuien have struck for higher wages, and the furnaces are being iilown out. The iron market is excited in consequence of the etriko. PROFESSOR ALFRED IMYlNAiW Gives thorough instruction in Vocal and Instrumental Music Orders may be left at C. J Brookins'. Reno BANK NOTICE. DURING HAIR WEEK will close each
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