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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 23, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                THE STATE FAIBI Go and make it a Groat Success. persuade to do the aame.Ancb attend the Fair. VOL. XXIX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, TUtSDAY, SKPTEMBEK 23, 1890. 4, MISCELLANEOUS. H. LETER, THE BON TON TAILOR, jnrt received a line of Fall goods, both FRENCH AND DOMESTIC. Suits made to order cheaper than any other place in the city. A perfect fit guaranteed 01 no sale. VIRGINIA STRr.r.T. NKAR COMMERCIAL ROW, KKNO. NEVAUA. M'KISSICIL'S OPKRA HOlSk ONE.N1GHT OXLY. SPECIAL KNOAGEMENT THOMAS W. KEEJIE, -------Supported by------- QEORQE LCAROCK; And nu excellent company in Bulwer'n masterpiece. SCALK OP PRICES Dress Circle OP Drew Circle Admission.......... oc Balcony 75 Admission Balcony................... ic Boxes ..........................5 Box sheet now open at Nnsby's Bazaar. The Clarendon. HOTEL IN RENO, SITUATED -I- on Commercial Row, directly opposite the Depot Newly construct d and hard finished throughout. Electric light, gas, hot and cold water fixtures in every room. Bath room and every accommodation for guests. First- class trade invited. Terms reasonable and table first class Fine bar attached, with the choicest of wines, liquors and cigars sepiu A. J. CLARK, Proprietor. RIVERSIDE HOTEL. The rate at (he Riverside Hotel Fail week will be 50 per   for the U. S. Carriage Co. The Best Horse-shoeing in Nevada J. XiXJBtrB. 9k WILLIAM DIXON BROTHER, rvEAI.EKS IN BEEF, MUlTOiK, PORK, VEAL, ETC. Are prepared to furmmh the best meats at the lowest i'viugtaten. 4) cirn or PROFESSOR ALFRED lUYNAM Gives thorough instruction in Vocal- and Instrumental Music Orders may be left at C. 0 Brookins'. Reno PKBSONAL Fred Stanffer, the cattle man, was in town to-day. N. A. Hummel of Wadsworth was in this morning. General-R. M. Clarke rame in from SNinnemuct'a on last evening's over- land. W. D. Torreypon, wife and daughter of Carnon returned thin morning from a vmit to California. Miss Eva McAllister of San Fran- fisco, muter of Mrs. Francis G. New- lands, is viuiting her Reno relaiiven. Frank Berry, who left Reno about two years ago for tlie California red- returned this morning on a short Hon. Wenterfield of Dayton, Hou. Evan Williams of Empire and L. L. Klrod of the Carson Mint were in town this morning. Miflnes Clapp and Babcock went to Carson thiit morning to attend the funeral of 'he Stevensou, wjiictn (jtkrtplMe tu-iworrew.. Hall, ex-Land Regisfer'of the Kmc-ka Dikrict, and father of Airs. George W. Baker, arrived this murning on a visit to Reno relatives. J. H. MaeMill.in, Dfrnocraic nom- nee for Justice of the Supreme Court, ind J. F. DoiiiuB, the Battle Mountain attorney, arrived in town Mrs. A. G. Fletcher, who Reno iboiit the firnt of August for her old Jiouie in Somernet county, Mainfi, re- urned home on 1 ist eveiiiug'Hoverlund. Mrs. D. R. San Francisco, laughter of C. N. Noteware of Carson, trrived this munuiig on her wav to Carson to visit her stepmother, who as so terribly injured Sunday evening. Dr. A. Dawson returned this morn- ing from Churchill county, where he xent to attend the four-year-old won of i Mrs. Jackson and-grandson of Hav- Ion Dillard, hix skull crushed a kick a colt. The little -mfferer was brotigtit to Reno for a -urgical operation. The Biff Attraction. Arizona Joe with his dramatic com- and acting horses and dogs will nake their appearance at the Opera House to-night. This company is from New nliere they stand as he best of feneational nttiactionn. They carry siwcial fcenery, staKe coai'h ind have Jumbu, the champion St. Bernard dog The company has done ihe largest business known of for years ui San Franc-ihco, Imvi-ig turned 'hun- Ireds of people away each night Arizona Joe ia the champion rifla whrit ind doea fome wonderfully clever cutting a rope and shooting i knife ont of a would-be mtiniererV hands. The stage coach drawn by .orses on the stage is a very realistic The San Francisco theatrical claim that it is the only com- pany that have everything just as ad- .ertised. This company has been fngujred for four davs, commencing to night with the "Black and changing he program each dav. The Joe acting dogsand horses and O'Brien. the great comical artist, will appear at ;ach performance. he Oreat Hprlne HI nod la I.I GKNTLFMEN: I have been teonblad with bad blood for some years, bat recently chased wo bottles of Illbbaril'o Rheumatic which lias ennrely cured As a bluod purifier It hat no equal, and I also take pleasure In recommending; It as n tonic alterative, and reliable rheumatic remedy Very truly yourn, S E FERGUSON, Eaton Rauhlb, Mich This Is to certify that we know Mr. Fer- gnaon, nnd believe thi st tempnt nlm to trne We unhesltailngly r com- rnemi this r-raedy an we bellnvu it to bu the greatest larnilyiuucllolno on o IT WAX Eaton Knplils, Mich Sold bv all dr -gfr'sts. I np >re't by the Charles Wright Medlcme Detroit, Mich. Hnruieu'o mulvo. The best salve. In the world for cuts, rea, ulcers, salt rheum, lever sores, chappt lands, chilblains, corn.- all bkm eruption- nd positively cures ui no pay required (t U guaranteed to zwe jxriect satisfaction, o es of the invitation to meet him at the Higli Sctiool baildmg Wfdni-s- day morning at 9 o'clock, when they w.ll be furnished tickeis of admission. Burled In Yesterday as the foreman of trie Morgan Mill, at Empire; WUB cleaning ont his well, a cave occurred, which lias doubtless coat him his life. It thought the remains of the un- fortunate man would be reached some time to-day. His name is understood as being Detriuh. Happy Wm Timmons, Postmaster of Idaville, Ind writes: "Electric done more for me than ajl other medicines combined, for that bad feeling arUing f om Kidney and Over trouble." John Leslie, fanner and stockman of same place, says: "Find th Electric Bitter to be the best Liver and Kid- ney medicine, made me feel like a new man." T W. Gat-oner, hardware merchant, same town, says: Electric Bitters is just the t ing for man. who is all run down and don't care whether he lives or dies; he found new strength, good appetite and felt just like he had a new lease on life. Only joe. a bot- le- at Wm. Pinniger's drug store. We f .iU ui be very extra and to give splendid satisfaction. Tht-y are now ot.lv kind W. A, WALLACE. sale by Shoemaker A Co., drug: girt. One Chicago Tough Killed by Another.' Engineers of a Steamship As- sociation Bun_A.i A Detractive By Cable and Associated Press PARIS, Sept. Kardeche rivet is greatly swollen. AtTuben the dyke collapsed and the surrounding country is flooded. The houses are undermined by the water and the vineyards throughout the District are devantated. Three persons wore killed. Gardon river, in the Depart- ment of Gard, has also overflowed iia banks. The country along the river, with its standing crops, is an immense swamp. The MeeusBae bridge has been destroyed and the railroad and telegraph services stopped. Avigneen and Caderousse districts along the Rhine are submerged and the factories closed. Ont (he mart of Him. By Associated Press.] SAN FRANCIHCO, Sepf. 23. Millie Panh >rst, aged 22, last night shot and fatally wounded Samuel Goldberg, to whom she had been engaged. Gold- berg told the girl that his family and his religion would prevent their being married iu the usual form, but he would marry her by contract, and When she refused he threatened to kill both her and himself, and it is be- lieved bis threats incited her to shoot him. Proponed Coal Strike. By Associated Press I SPRINGFIELD Mc- Bnde, senior member of the Executive Board of United Lime Workers of America, has issued a circular to all Illinois coal miners to demand an ad- vance of from 6% cents per ton on November 1, and, if refused, to strike. MuBride says the miners are in good condition for the struggle, which promises to be a bitter one. To It nn. Another Year. By Cable and Associated Prc.sa.) SYDNEV, Sept. The Steamship Owners' Association has conrl tided another year's agreement with their engineers. Death of a Chicago By Associated Press.) CHICAGO, Sept. "Bull" Hag- gerty died this morning from a wound inflicted by "Bad Jimmy" Connortou in a saloon fight on Saturday afternoon. Connorton will recover. TELEU'UI'HIC BREVITIES. Bar silver, I At the German Congress at Piits- bmg to-day, Kev. Dr. Hucltt-ler said the Catholics had no use for a. public school; t at Catholics should be brought ut> in their parents faith. Last nigl't at Harrisbnrg, Pa. the wife of url Hopsmith jumped into the canal with her infant aon and was dt owned. The w'omah was homesick to ivturn to Germany. The Republican Cliibs of Penn- syhaiva are in session in Phila- delphia. The Bmiwell murder tral is in pro- gress to-day in Woodstocks, Ont. SEEP TO THE BIGHT. Do not be fmpoMd on by my of the mnnerooi tmltttlons, etc., which aro flooding the world. There only one 8wift'e BpeeWc, and there nothing Hke It. Ooi remedy eon> tains no Mercory, Potash, Artenle, or any poit- oootu sabeUnee wbaterer. It up the gen- eral health from the flnt dose, and bae nevet faDed to eradicate contagions blood polaom tot its from the Be to get the cenaiM. Send yonr addreei for oor Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases, which wm be msJOed SWIFT 8PBCTPIO CO.. Atlanta. On. BANK NOTICE. DURING PAIR WEEK OUR OFFICES will close each day at iz o'clock noon and open in the evening from 6 to 7. T FIRST. NATIONAL BANK. BANK OH NEVADA. Reno, Nevada, Sept. 18. 1890. iw Lots for Sale. t A A OR MORK EI.IGIBLE BUILDING .Lots (or sale at easy prices and easy (cram, south of the Tiuckee river, aoub- My Summer Stock Is Now Consisting The latest and Best Styles Men's and Boys' Glothmg, Underwear, Socks, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, All and Patterns, Collars, Calls. Windsor Tics and Dude Bow. QT9AW fcARGE ASSORTMENT OF CTDIlif llATO Of ITO VT Kea'a, Chlldren'a If MTT "IlAf U All grades and AU and colon. A full line of J. B. Stetson Co. FINE HATS' In all grades. of SILK HATS of the Best Grade. A. Large Assortment, of Men's and Boys' Suspenders. SONDER LAND'S MY STOCK OF S2 6O SHOE. BntiOD.LacB.Coniress 5F BOOTS AND SHOES Is as complete as ever, consisting o'f 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. If You Don't Buy Dry Groocls 
                            

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