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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - September 30, 1890, Reno, Nevada Reno Evi ningGazette UBUSHED mat EKEPI JUIDAY. 1. C. BKAGO. BRAGS Proprietors. OF Daily, aar yenr (1-v mall) Wttkly one year (by mail) Daily uyc.irrirt to any part ol week) ATK-, OK AUVFXTISISO. Dally, wiuare foroni month ........fa 50 WeeKJy one square for one month...... i 25 Tuesday............September 30, 1890 5 O'CLOCK EDITION. A Hint to the Farmers. During the tariff discussion of the last two or three years the chief DernocPntic aim has oceii to convince the fanners of the United States that the tariff was crushing them by making everything enter- ing into their business and daily life expensive, without offering any compensation in higher prices for their products. Regarding tbo latter charge, says the Bulletin, it is enough to inquire what would become of the farmer's market without the millions of our manu- facturing centers to consume them? As to bis expenses, the farmer knows very well that most articles of food cost him less than the people of other advanced coun- tries pay, but be is sometimes mis- led by the Democratic argument that all manufactured articles aro made dearer for him by the tariff. That this is either an error or a deliberate misatatemeut is shown by a comparison of price lists of funning implements and machinery in the Unite.l States and England. The compari- son is between Chicago prices and those of a loading firm. A one-horse steel plow, which can bo bought for iu Chicago, costs 15 60 in England; a two-horse plow sells for and 29 re- spectively a two-horse mowing machine for and 64; a hone-rake for and 40; a reaper and binder for and 60. The list might bo largely extended to the same purpose, but that is unnecessary to convince any candid man that in this important department of agricultural outlay, the farmer has nothing to gain from free trade. In the remaining article of clothing American man- ufactures in many respects com- pete on even terms with British goods, and where they do not the difference is not enough to cut any figure when balanced against the advantages which in other respects the American farmer gains under protection. But the cases aro few and far between where tho farmer has to pay more for anything that he needs than under a revenue tariff.______________ A Good Word. bis own home and pays taxes on it, as proven by the AweMprof Esmeralda county. As between the unbiased statement of such Assessor and the above quibbling extract of Ihc Silver State man, we will let the public be the judge. THE same arrogant and intoler- ant spirit of -the slave power of ante-bellum days was exemplified in tho House of Representatives the other day whc.i a six-foot Texas member kicked down a cloth side door. THE delegates should go to the convention .in force and not give their proxies to any cue They should go, too, with a fixed and steady purpose to do their whole duty without fear or favor. We want none but the best material selected and must depend upon the delegates to choose wisely. Don't bo hoodwinked or fooled by the tricks of the small politician. Too MUCH credit cannotbe given President Gould, Secretary Stod- dard and tho Board of Directors 0110 and all, and the clerks, who contributed so largely to the suc- cess of the Fair. Each seemed to vie with the other to see who could do the most, and the result has been very gratifying. Although President Gould took hold on the heels of one of the hardest winters we have ever had, he h'as made tho Fair a pronounced success. He has proven himself to be the right man iu the right place. Mr. NewlundB' Address on Irriga- tion Water Storage. The State Board of Trade has for free distiibotion copies of the valuable pamphlet prepared by Francis G. New- lundi on the subject of water storage and irrigation in Mevada. The Board do iies to place it in the hands of all c.iuens of the _State who take an inter- eat in this subject. A copy; of it will ba furnished upon application to R. L. Fulton, Manager State Board of Trade, Reno, Nev. MXSCELl ANEOU8. MISCELLANEOUS. The Druggists Lowell, agree in saying that thtr more of Hood's Sanaparilla- than of mil other blood For instance: V. C. OOODALS: IMU more of Dim- partita than all other blood parlflera. A. W. Dows A Co.: the lead at all other aanapariUaa. C. F. BLAHCHXRD: We Mil more ot 9anapartlla than of any similar. MABSTOW SHAW. With the sale ot la to 1 of any other kind. r. K. -BAILBT Co.: food's SanaparttlA one of the best CABLTOM HOVKY: Sanaparina one ot tho best ire have. sale ncreases every year. 7. P. MOODY: WeieH twice mnch of SanapaiOla of anything similar. C. A. SWAH: la the popular sarsaparilla ot the day. .THIBTT OTHIB apeak similarly. popularity at home, where and have been known for many yean, couM not continue if the medicine did not merit. And these should certainly convince people In other sections of the country that Sarsaparilla is a good, reliable medicine. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by druggists. six for fS. Prepared only by C. I. HOOD CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mais. 1OO Doaeg One Dollar HOTELS. Smoke the Celebrated 1STBELLA TOOK THE HINT. 11. a Jury C'nmo to Clvo uir Oon- crom r lict. Tbcv I -11 t vv of a prominent I'oi- I'.lK.wof I' ,ciiy, tho Al- tar escaped CIGAR Manufactured by E. H. GATO, Factory No, 38, KEY WEST. SEE THAT No. 38 Stamped on the Bottom of Every Box. Campaign of 1890. HON. R. K. COLCORD, Republican cnndidate for Governor, and HON. JAMES A.'STEPHENS, Accompanied by HON. JOHN F. EG AN, Candidate for State Treasurer, and HON. JOtrST E. JONES, Candidate for Surveyor General, Wtt" address the people of Nevada on the po- litical issues ol the campaign as follows: Hawthorne..............Thursday, Oct. 2 Aurora..........................Friday, Oct. 3 Candolarla.................Saturday, Oct. 4 Greenfield..................Monday. Oct. 6 Oct. 7 Sliver City............Wedndsday, Oct. 8 Sheridan..................Thursday, Oct. 0 Genoa Oct. 10 Virginia City............Saturday, Oct. 11 Reno..........................Monday, Oct. 13 Wadsworlh................Tuesday, Oct. 14 Winnemuoca.........Wednesday, Oct. 15 Lovelock..................Thursday, Oct. 16 Battle Mountain...........Friday, Oct. 17 Austin.....................Saturday, Oct. 17 Eureka.......................Tuesday, Oct. 21 Carlin...................Wednesday, Oct. 22 Elko......................Thursday, Oct. 23 Tuscarora.....................Friday, Oct. 24 Paradise.....................Monday, Oct. 2f Carson..................Wednesday, Oct. 29 Gold Hill.................Thursday, Oot. 30 County Committees in the several counties will please make the necessary arrangements for the meetings. E. STROTHER Chairman. V. C. LORD, Secretary.________________ ftPteii Hotel IS A THREE-STORY BRICK STRCCT- ure. entirely new. and is situated near the V. T.. C. P. and N. C. O. Depot. The Booms are well lighted and sunny and handsomely furnished. The Table supplied with all the the Beaaon and Is MISCELLANEOUS., The bar is at all times kept in keeping with the rest of the house, and the traveling public can find no better place to .stop than at the Phoenix. Rates Ji oo, 35, 50 and oo, according to the room, maiatf J. W. KILLEEN, Proprietor. O. Commercial Row, Reno, Nevada, .CKAUER IN... Shelf Hardware, Bar Iron, Barbed Wire, Stee. Cumberland Coal, Lime, Plaster, Cement, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS Bntkeye and All OUier Kinds o Machine Extras a Specialty. GROCERIES, LIQUORS, TINWARE AND CROCKERY. AGENT FOK EMPIRE MOWER. ocldwtf RICHARD HERZ, THE PALACE ..IS.... RENO'S LEADING HOTEL .IT HAS. Light utiny Rooms, Kesluurant Attached, Fine Billiard Parlor AL WHITE, J. J. GRANT. Proprietor. Jjpmager. Every Attention Paid to Guests. rajr6tf The Fair of the State Agricul- tural Society, held at Reno last was a credit to theDirectors, and no disgrace to a State with less than inhabitants. Tak- ing into consideration the losses to farmers and stockmen from the unprecedented drought and snow and the resultant business depres- sion, tho exhibits were good and the Fair well attended. The mili- tary display excelled anything of tho kind ever seen in Nevada, and proved that our young men are not lacking in martial spirit. The exhibits at tho Pavilion exceeded in variety and number those of any former year, Humboldt being awarded the second premium for tho best county exhibit. The fruits and vegetables would compare favorably iu quality and size with those of any State, not excepting California. Good order prevailed through- out, and thepublicspirited citizens of Reno exerted themselves in making the occasion pleasurable to visitors as well as profitable to the farmers, stock raisers and fruit growers of State, j THE Silver State repeats the asser- tion that the name of R. K. Colcord or of any other Colcord does not ap- on the official tax-roll of Eanie- nxUla county f. and that no such company as The Esmeralda Live- stock Company pays taxes in Esnae- ralcla county, according to the tax-roll of that connty, a copy of which can be seen by any person, Democrat, Repub- lican or Yenngtonian, who cares to look at it. It is too early in the con- teat for the GAZETTE to resort to false- hoods to bolster the cause of Mr. Yer- ington's man, as County Assessors exchange tax-rolls, and they know what every taxpayer in Eatnorulda county knows, that tho name of R. K. Colcord is not on the tax-roll of that State. The Silver State man has become nnduly excited and taken advan- tage of the blunder of the printer, placed in type "Livestock" instead of Limited." We repeat that Mr. Colcord is a heavy stock- holder in the Esmeralda Limited and Humboldt Electric Power and Mining COB.' properties, lives In 1 H K i illy too good to be ,i Unonof Hi o bar a siround fi 'iri-irclo. Uo was as founsol for a railroad cor- por..lion, dcfciuUiiif it on trial at circuit u clj.ii i for personal injuries, in -li iuioMui-jn-oim.H'iitl >jjaHlrm vero attorneys for tho plair.till and had made a pood oaso. Our worthy friend saw that a vcidiot aftftlnst Ins flieiit would bo in- eU r.blo, "to lie to "ihitifrate tin- daniajfos" by adopting a novel line of argument to tbo jury. Ho assured them tli.it tho injuries to tho plainLill's person were trivial and that no action would havo boon brought if tho oppo1 ing coi'riel had not urged it. and that tboy mij'ht I'os-t assured th it whatever amount tlioy would against tho corpora- tion least one-half of it would bo g.-.thercd in by tho attorneys. When tho jury went out they wcro not long in agreeing that the entitled to rocovor, and tho sum was fixed in tho verdict rendered at It was subsequently 'earned that tho jurors had first fixed it at when one of tho jurors remarked: "Do you mind what Mr. said, plaintilT's att n-neys) would githalC of the amount, r.nd r.f half of S'J.'SOO would not bo cnou -'i. why not double hall wo make it queried tho foreman, and all nodded in acquiescence. The ijueer Coat. Tho shell of the crab and lobster owes its bluish-gray color to tho super- position of two pigments or coloring matters, which have been red pigment and a blue one. As long as those two pigments exist simultane- ously tho crustaceans remain gray. But tho blue pigment is fugitive, and some- times, under tho influences of a disease, it is destroyed, and orabs aro found with portions of their shell more or "less reddish. Whon tho crustaceans are immersed in boiling water tho blue pig- ment is entirely destroyed, and the red pigment, which is very stable, appears alone in all its brilliancy. THE HONEST BOY. Why IxMt Position In New York Dry-Goods House. A gentleman from the country placed his son with a dry-goods merchant in----- street. For a time all went on well, says the Now York Ledger. At length, a lady came to the store to purchase a silk dress, and the young man waited upon her. The price demanded was agreed to, and he proceeded to fold the goods. Ho discovered, before he had finished, a flaw in the silk, and pointing it out to the lady, said: "MLadam, I deem it my duty to tell you there is a fracture in the silk." Of course she did not take it. The merchant overheard the remark, and immediately wrote to the father of the young man to come and take him home; said he, "teuiU netermake a merchant." Tho father, who had ever reposed con- fidence in his son, was much and hastened to the city to be informed of his deficiencies. "Why will, he not mako a asked he. ho has no was tho ans- wer. "Only a day or two ago ho told a lady, voluntarily, who was buying silk ol him, that the goods were damaged and, I lost the bargain. Purchasers musrlook out for themselves. If they can not dis- cover flaws, it would be foolishness of me to tell them of their existence." "And is that all the asked the parent. answered the merchant, "he ia very well in other rVspecfe." I love my son better than ever; and I thank you for telling the matter; I would not have him another -in w. ESBERG, BACHMAN CO. Agents Jor the Pacific Coast, Sarx Francisco. CaJ UNION SALOON. Corner 2d and Virginia Streets, RENO. NEVADA CHASE CHUBICH, Proprietors. Rei Trncte Markets W. S. BAILEY, Propr, f uOlesple and Retail Batcher FRESH BEEF, MUTTON, PORK, VEAt, and sausage constantly on hand. Han, Bacon and Hmokcrt Beef a Specialty. Main Market, Virginia St., Reno. Reno door from Ma- souic Building, Commercial Row. se 1 Reno's Popular Hotel. THK niVKHHIOB 18 OFFERING new attractions to the guests every day. THB ROOMS are well ventilated and lighted and sunny. THR BOARD is of the best, both in qual- ity and quantity. The 6nest meats, fish and fowl in the market. THE BAR is second to none on.the coast Give us a call and be convinced. W. R. CHAMBERLAIN, Manager HAMPTON And Fine SWISS WATCHES, ETO..ETO. AT UNIFORMLY LOW PRICES! PLAIN AND FANCY ENGRAVING, Diamond Setting and Fine Wateh Repairing Are our Specialties. THE GRAND CENTRAL. mHIS WF.U.-KNOWN AND POPULAR 1 hotel is three stories in height and con- tains 36 rooms, all well lightecf and s.mny, and furnished in modern style. The dining room is a home for the traveler, where he can get the very best the market affords and the Ear is second to none in the State. Try the Central once and you won't stop any- where else. DAN OVER 20.0OO WATCHES REPAIRED IN NEVADA. WB MAKE A OF JKSSE ..toore and A. A. Whiskies. ForMed- cinal Purposes these celebrated brands have equal. Our bar is always supplied with choicest brands of Liquors, Wines and gars All the latest publications on file Fine B'lliard and Card Room attached, ocatf Uncle Slroh Bloek -OTII.I. IN THE VIEWO AND ARB HBRE J5 to stay. Their saloon, just west of tnuinnt, Is one of thepleasantest places of re- sort in the town. They recently added A Fine Lunch Counter, Where all the delicacies of the season can be had and his beer in bottles and on draught cannot be beat for 5 cents on the coast. Connected with the house is lodging accom- modation for 20 people; good clean beds ana new airy rooms for 25 cents night. Give them a call and read the papers. ARCADE SALOON. I. E. DAWS CO., PROPRIETORS. TRUCKEE T JHIS SALOON HAS BREN RECEOTXV fitted up in the most .modern style, and is presided ovet uy Hany Davis, late of the Depot Hotel, whoai everybody knows. The Bar Is tond to None In the State, being always provided with tbft best of everything. Give Mr. Davis a call augaati HILL AND LUMBER CO, C. Gulling. Presideat; W. S. Bender, Vice President: Wm. Henry, Secretary; First Nat. Bank, Treasurer. CORNER THIRD AND RAI, ston streets, Reno. Nevada. The company incorporated March and is prepared to ail all orders for building material. Latest style of Kastlnke and finish We also do turning and scroll sewing, Una manufacture doors, windows, blinds, etc. We also manufacture a kinds of common and cleat lumber. Give call. livery and RENO, NEVADA T. 1C HYMEBS..........Proprietor Fireworks, Flags, Firecrackers, Etc. H. FISHER CO., Importers and dealers in Fireworks, etc. We make a sppclalty of Kxhlbltlon Goods. CommltteflS respect fully asked to correspond with us, as we give you more and better goods than any other company ou the coast. Send for Price List. H. FISHER CO. Larpst Dealers on Pacific Coa'st. Corner of Commercial Row an Virginia Street, Reno. Prescriptions, Pure Drugs and Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Perfumes and Toilet Ar- ticles Generally, at SODA AND MINERAL WATERS (Carefully analyzed) on draught at the fine new fountain. BANfcING AND INSURANCE. TURNOUTS AND FINES'! r Saddle Horses. Careful attention given tiancient stock. Boarders carefully looked alter. NOICE TO ON AND AUTSR- THB FIRST day of November next I will sell ap- ple trees at the following low rates in large lots for cash with order: Apple trees a to 4 feet high, jaK cts each by the too or 1000; apple trees 4 ftet'Wgh 25 cts each by the 100 or 1000; apple trees 7 Jto >2 feet high each by the looor 1000bearing size and age, trat cash mutt accompany the order and the cost of 50 ceuts per no discount to any one, STEPHEN Reno and Mt. Hope Nurseries. Reno, Nevada. C. NOVACOVICH. H. T- BERRY. BERRY MMCOVICU, ----Wholesale and Retail Dealers in----- Groceries, Provisions, FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, Fish: and: Oysters In season. FRUITS Of AIL KINDS, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Crockery. We carry a fine assortment of FANCY GROCERIES. Commercial Row, Reno, Nevada. FOR SALE. SIX STORES AMD LOCATED OS Virginia street: also fifty residences with lots each so x 140 feet, located in all parts ol Reno Also 128 .esldence lots hi my addition to Reno, each water "of each lot, located on the nouth side oj the Truckee river. Also 33 acres of land including 33 inches of water, located one half mile from the Court Home. Also 240 acres uartlv improved, nine miles from Reno. Also toacreslmproved.jjiniilesrorth of Reno. 120 40 11 80 200 north RENO, NEVADA. Cutfapital, Surplus, A General Bankinff Business Transacted. Prompt attention given to all businen entruBted to'our caro. Foreign and domestic exchange bought and Bold. PRINCIPAL THE BANK Capital Stock Fully Subscribed, Will buy and sell exchange on San Francisco, New York, London and the principal Eastern and European citien R. S. OSnURN. Cash.c, M. D POLEY, President, M. E. WARD, V. UANIKt. MEVER, o, DIRECTOR8 D. FOUtV. of 6 east adjoining Reno on the Carriages, Wagons, Carts, Etc WJ. LUKK CARRIES THK BEST c roast. w. class of goods to be found on the Agent for Studebaker's Fine which cannot be excelled; agent for Frazer'a Road Carts and Sulkies the best; also agent for the U. S. Carriage Co. The Best Horse-shoeing in J. 9-2 Reno Lirery JOHN POTHOFF, Prop'r OPPOSITE DEPOT. "A'MJ 600 acres improved >n Ch urchlll county Any or all the above property will be sold on ca-y terms of payment. App'y to C. S. Martin. Real Estate ARent; Office corner of Second and Center near gas works, Reno. M H WARD. J. N. EVANS; C. C. TOWNING. I.: ABRAHAMS, ot Reno STOCKHOLDERS s Lirery and" Feed Stable. turnouts at reasonable prices. Mtoefc for. WILLIAM BROTHER, TiHALERSIIN BEEF, MUTTON, PORI, VEAL, ETC. Are prepared to furnish the best meats at the lowest living nova? PB0PE8SOR ALFRED BATUMI Gives thorough instruction in Vocaland Instrumental Music Orders may be left at C. J Brookins', Beno GALLON Superior Bed Wood Tanks just received at CYCLONE STORE. jeartf Dyeing and Cleaning. E. OSBORN QOIJCITS THB PATRONAGE OF THH O residents of Reno and vicinity in all branches of the above business. The latent process of dry or chemical clean- ing tor fine goods. RECEIVING HOUSE Pot all goods and inquiries, JOHN SUNDER LAND'S STORE, Virginia Street. menu PACIFIC BREWERY, Reno Soda Works and Granite Saloon. GK Snceewor to Btcker. Beer by the Glass, Quart, Bottle or Keg at shortest Lager Beer of the best quality on hind: Orders from the country receive prompt attention. How. Beno. Will traBBact a Banking Busmess. Mi bought and Bold on commission. Agents for ueveral ance Companea in P Window o Cardftoud ,F Axi, FOR RAtB AT RBAH onablc the OAZBXTB Offce. WM. WEBSTER, JR. REAL BSTATE AND COLLECTION aTent. waibuy and property on commfiaion. rent collect rents, Sate abetracU and pay taxes. OFFICE vnrs. WM. WEBSTER, SR., FIRST NATIONAL BANK BTJILDOTG. Keno, Nevada. AND Plate Sullivan Kelly Wall Paper, Varaishes, Sacramento, California. Second Si Brashes Acroc Paiim. 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