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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 4, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                THE BEST The KKXO G A IB awarded the premium by the Nevada Slato Fair. DO NOT GO AWiK From home for your printing. Try the GAZETTE office and have a clow conscience. I VOL. XXX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1890. NO. 4. MISCELLANEOUS. H. LETER, THE BON TON TAILOR, II.is just uieived n fmi-line of Fall FRENCH AND DOMESTIC. Suits made- to order cheaper than any othe j.lacc in UK. city A perfect lit guaranteed o no s.tle. VIRGINIA STRKI-.T, NKAK COMMKRCIA ROW, RENO, NKVADA. A NNO UNCKMENTS. curds inserted under tin head foi payable in advance. For County Olerk. CHARLES J. CAMPBELL HEREBY A> notincen hnnself ns a candidate fur the office of Comity Clerk, subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. For County Assessor. AO. FLETCHER ANNOUNCES HIM self as a candidate for County Assessor subject to the decision of the Republicar County Convention. Short Term Commissioner. WILLIAM PIKRSON OF WADSWOKTH hereby announces himself for Short term Commissioner, subject to the decision ol the Republican County Convention.______ For County Recorder. ANNOUNCE: MY- self a candidate for County Recorder ol Wnshoe county, Mibjcet to the decision of til Republican Convention. 11 UAUGHKRTY. Foi County Clerk. 1HERHHY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS A i.mdld.ite for the office of Clerk ol Washoe County, subject to the de-cision ol the Republic.in County Convention. 2.UIK_______________ORLANDO EVANS. County Olerk. Iirr.KINS IIEKEIIY ANNOUNCES himself as a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the decision of the Republi- can County Convention. County Commissioner. WI'. M'LAUGIII.IN HERFI1Y AN- nounces himself as a candidate for County Commissioner (long subject to the decision of the Dcmociatic County Con vention. County Commissioner. BAN O'CONNOR HEREBY ANNOUNCES himself: for the office of Countv Commis- sioner (lonif subject to the decision ol Uic Republican County Convention. For Commissioner. RW. PARRY HEREBY ANNOUNCES himself for the office of long term Commissioner, Mibjcct to the decision of the Republican County Convention. Short Term Commissioner. WM. MERRILL ANNOUNCES HIMSELF us a candidate for abort Term Com- missioner, subject to the decision ol the Re- publican County Convention. For Sheriff. W. H CAUGHUN ANNOUNCES HIM- self as a candidate for bherifl, subject to Hie decision ot the Republican County For County Clerk. Clerk, subject to the decision of the- Republi- can County Convention. A. FOGG HEREBY ANNOUNCES u candidate for County County Commissioner. TAMES SULLIVAN ANNOUNCES HIM self .is a candidate- for Long Term County Commissioner, subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. For Constable. U W. UPSON HEREBY ANNOUNCES k7. himself as a candidate for Constable ol Reno Township, subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. United States Land Office SACRAMEN TO CITY, CAL.. September 30, 1890. J VfOTICE IS HERE11Y GIVEN THAT IN il compliance with the provisions of the act ol Congress ol Juno 3, 1878, entitled an act for the sale of timber lands in the State ol Cali- fornia, Oregon, Nevada and Washington Territory, Allen C. Bragg, of Reno, county of Washoe, State of Nevada, has this day in this office his sworn statement No. noo, for the purchase of the NH of SEK of Sec- tion No. S, in Towns' ip No. 19 north. Range No 17 east, M. u. M., and will oner prool to show that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim to said land before the Register and ol this office, at Sacramento, Cal., on Monday, the 39th day of December. 1890. lie names as witnesses- Charles A. Bragsr, R. L. Fulton. James and Thos. K. Stewart, nil or Reno. Nevada. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above described lauds are requested to file their claims in this office on or before the aath day of December, 1890. SE1.DEN HETZEL. Register. NATIONALISTS. O'Mahoney Too 111 to Proceed. t'ASTOM GETS CAP1WED. Burchell Begins to His Doom. Realize The Banks Holding a Good. Surplus. The IrlNh Cattea. By Cable and Associated Press.] Tiri'KKAHY, Oct. the re- assembling of the Court this morning Redmond, counsel for Dillon and O'lirien, asked for an adjournment until Tuesday. He stated that he and his fellow counsel, Timothy Healy, had an important engagement on Monday. Honun, prosecutor for tho crown, opposed delay and charged the de- fonduntH with creating every possible obstacle to prolong the case. Redmond declared that one of the lefendtints, O'Mahoney, was ill, and t was impossible for him to attend he trial at present. The presiding magistrate announced hat the court would adjourn until the )hysician attending O'Mahoney could jo heard from. Will K.xtrndltfd. Uy Cable aod Associated Press.] LONDON, Oct. the Rad- cal who shot and killed Councillor loss! at Bellenxona, Switzerland, dnr- ng tho recent revolt, was arrest3d to- lay at Chelsna. An application for lis extradition will be made. Custioni was found in a shed in a .mien attached to his house. He vas surrounded by a number of riends, all of whom were armed. The police seized 200 rounds of ammuui- }n. When Castioni wns taken before tho magistrate his counsel stated the juestion was raised as to whether the act of the prisoner was of a political lature, and was therefore an act for vhich he could be extradited. The >risoner was remanded. Another Oppu (switch. Jy Associated Press.) HKLKNA, Oct. acci- ent occurred to the eust-bound pas- enger train on the Northern Pacific ,t Mullan last night, caused by an pen switch, the train colliding with n engine standing on the track. En- ineer Mnsscr was killed and the fire- nan badly hurt. No passengers in- ured. ________ ICrullzcH His Kate. y Cable and Associated Press.] WOODSTOCK, Ont., October hall is said to be at last beginning to ealize his impending fate, and to be howing slight signs of seriousness. Irs. Burchall is improving, and she s now able to leave her bed. She ias not seen her husband since his ontence was pnosecl. Onr Foreign Visitors. y Associated Press.] iULADnu'iii.v, Oct. special rains, which left New York this noming, bearing the visiting iron and teel men from England and Ger- inny, arrived at 11 A. M. The vis- ;ors inspected the great Diston Saw nd File Works and made a trip down tie river to Newcastle. Weekly lianu Statement. iy Associated Press NKW YOKK, Oct. bank state- uent shows a reserve decrease of The banks hold n excess of tho requirements. MOST PERFECT MADE. Used by the United Stntes Government. (Jrnlverxlilcs, and public Kood Analysis, us the Htrongest, parent and most Healthful- Endorsed by she bonds of the Orea Prlo-'d Cream Baking Powder does not contain Ammonln, Lime or Alum. I'rce'H Delicious Flavoring Extracts, Vanilla, Lemon, Orange, Almond. Rose, uo not contain poisonous oils or chemicals. Dr. The Mew Tariff By Associated Press.} WASHINGTON, Oct. 4. Secretary Windom, Assistant Secretaries Spauld- iag anil Nettleton and General Ap- praiser Kichenor spent the day over questions that Lave arisen in regard to the execution of the new tariff law. which takes effect on Monday morn- ing. Several importers, desirous receiving the full benefit of the exist- ing tariff rates, applied to the Treasury Department for permission to enter their goods at the custom houses up to midnight on Sunday. Assistant Secretary Spaulding has informed them that this is a matter entirely within the discretion of the of Customs at the various ports, and that the department is not disposed to interfere in the matter. General Spaulding said to-day that he did not anticipate any trouble with re- gard to the execution of the new law on the Pacific Coast by reason of the failure of the customs officers to re- ceive official copies of the law at the dale it goes into operation, as entries made on and after Monday, under the present law, can be readily liquidated under the new with very little extra labor. LEPER IN CALEDONIA. The Failure of a Drug Firm. THE DESK OF SPEAKER REED ouu NAVAL CADET. PRICE BAKINQ POWDER CO., NewiYork, Chicago, aod San Fnmclsoo A Credit to IIImBeir and to the Kntlre State. The Enterprise says: Roscoe C. Bulmer, Nevada's representative at the United States Naval Academy, last week passed a most creditable examination at Annapolis, and has been admitted to the academy. He was examined in all the branches that were required in the competitive examination at Reno in July last, where, it will be remembered, he stood highest among the candidates. He also stood high at Annapolis in every study. The candidates at the Naval Acad- emy are examined in sections, as so many are to be examined each year that all could not be examined at once. Master lloscoe was assigned to the section examined last week. Out of the twenty in the section then exam- ined but four were successful, and Roscoe was one of the four. When it is remembered that the Annapolis examinations are more thorough and difficult than those of West Point, it will be apparent that young Bulmer has scored not only a a creditable victory for himself, but for Nevada as well. So many candi- dates from all the older States fail, that it is refreshing to know that Ne- vada boys can win in an intellectual contest. The Virginia High School has a worthy graduate in Roscoe 0. Bulmer. JUcMahon's circus. This organization arrived to-day and spread their canvas in Powning's Ad- dition. Tho performance this after- noon was excellent, and beyond doubt equals any seen in Reno for years. The acrobats are without peers, and William Ash, the clown, is a comedian of talent. John S. Mcilahon, the four-horse rider, is daring, and Mile. Alma is a most graceful equestrienne. The performing elephants are worth the price of admission, and Queen Jumbo is the largest elephant now living in America. Taken altogether, this is a meritorious show and deserves patronage.________ For County Clerk Charles J. Campbell announces himself a candidate for the office ef County Clerk, subject to the decision of the Republican Convention.- Mr. Campbell is well known to nearly every one in this county, where he has lived for the past fifteen or twenty years. He was lor a long time em- ployed as bookkeeper for Manning Duck, and is in every way qualified for the position he seeks. Kail and Winter (Stock. Attention is especially called to the new ad. in to-day's paper of the Palace Dry Goods and Carpet House, a refer- ence to which will convince you that nothing is saved by sending away from home for the kind of goods car- ried by this reliable firm. Kind WordH. The Carson Tribune pays the GA- ZETTE this compliment: "The Reno GAZETTE, one of the hardest workers for Nevada's interests, has entered upon a new volume. It is a credit to Washoe county." Read the 50 cent ad of Major Hil- ton's temperance lecturers at the Opera House. G. H. Neice and wife of Lander county arrived in town last evening on their way to Bishop Creek, Cat., where they go to permanently locate. The meeting called to organize a State Horticultural Society will be held this evening at at the Riverside Hotel. All interested are invited to be present. HEWS MOTES. Hiawatha, Ken., reports a case of genuine leprosy. Blaine has been invited to open the Atlanta Exposition with a speech. The apple crop in many of the counties in Wisconsin are unusually large this year. Many negroes from Mississippi are flocking into Oklahoma. They think they will find a freer land. The monument to the heroes of the Jeaunette expedition in the naval cemetery at Annapolis will be unveiled early this month. The Sioux City Corn Palace, just opened with imposing covers an area of 364 feet, or twice that of last year. It is of Arabic design. Pounded Into Splinters Trying to Keep Order. Visiting Iron and- Steel Men Take a Pleasure Trip. Indian By Associated Press.J WASHINGTON, October Pres- ident has appointed the following Commissioners on Indian Affairs: W. H. H. Dufur, of Dufur, Oregon; Mark A. Fuller, of Washing- ton, and William W. Dell, of Clear- field, Pa., to visit the Warm Spring Indian Reservation in Oregon and re- port on the proper location of the northern line of that reservation, and negotiate with the Indians for the cession of a part of that reservation. John Sephas, Jr., of Grand Forks, N. D., and Bradley B. Swalley, of Bur- lington, Vt., will negotiate with northern band of the Cheyenneo 01 the Tongue river reservation, Mon- tana. A Postal Appointment. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, October James E. White, Superintendent of the Sixth Division Railway Mail Ser- vice, with headquarters at Chicago, has been appointed General Superin- tendent of the railway mail service at Washington, vice, J. Dowrie Bell, re- cently appointed Second Assistant PoHtmaeter General. Troy, Assist- ant Superintendent of the Sixth Di- vision, has been appointed Superin- tendent of that division in the place of White. The Postmaster-General has issued an order placing the railway mail service under the direct supervision of the Second Assistant Postmaster- General. A Muscular Speaker. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Oct. Speaker's desk in the House was a source of amusement to the few visitors at the Capitol to-day. The blue baize cover- ing had been removed, and the right half of the desk, where the gavel of the Speaker fell, was found to be nothing but a mass of splinters about the size of matches. JVIauy of these splinters were taken away by the visit- ors as souvenirs of the Fifty-first Con- gress. -----------1 i----------- .Business Failure, By Associated PrrrsuuKQ, Oct. well-known firm of Fleming Bros., wholesale manufacturers of and dealers in pro- pietiary medicines, assigned to-day. The liabilities are with the assets at twice that figure. Escaped .Lepers and Convicts. By Cable and Associated Press.] PARIS, Sept. is received from Nevema, New Cale- dona, that sixty lepers and convicts who escaped last and the au- thorities have been unable to discover their whereabouts. .Entertaining Their Friends. By Associated Press.] NEW YORK, Oct. 200 of the English and German visitors who participated in the session of the Brit- ish Iron and Steel Institute during the past week left this morning on a special train of fourteen for Philadelphia. A train consisting of 22 earn of resins and dried Iruit left Fresno Wed- nesday for the East. The cry for more cars to move lum- ber at Portland is still heard, and Union Pacific officials promise early relief. People in Southern New Mexico threaten to organize and kill Indians If the renegades do not cease their raids. Henry Gutherie has beeu elected Chief Engineer of tbe Sacramento Fire Department in place of O'Meara, re- signed. Tbe eleventh annual convention of the Episcopal Church in tbe mission- ary Jurisdiction of New Mexico and Arizona opened at Albuquerque Wednesday. too Wee Markets W. S. BAILEY, Propr. and Retail Butcher F IRESH BBEF, MUTTON, PORK, VEAI, and sausage constantly on hand. Han, Bacon mud Mmofced Beef Mpeelalty. Main Market, Virginia St., Reno. Reno door from Ma- sonic Building, Commercial Row. se KEEP TO THE BIGHT. Do not be Imposed on by any of the numeraoi Imitations, TObetUutee, etc., which are flooding tbe world. There is only one Swift's Specific, and there la nothing like it Oar remedy con- tains no Mercury, Potash, Arsenic, or any pois- onous enbetanco wbaterer. It builds np tbe gen- eral health from tbe first doso, and has never faded to eradicate contagions blood poison and its effects from tho By stem. Bo sure to got the genuine. Send your address for oar Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases, which will bo malted fee. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta. Ga. Some Children Growing __ Too Fast become listless, fretful, without ener- gy, thin and weak. But you can for- tify them and build them up, by the use of SCOTT'S EMULSION OF PURE COD LIVER OIL AND HYPOPHOSPHITES Of Kilme and Soda. Thiy will take It readily, for It is al- most as palatable as milk. And it should be remembered that AS A PBG- VKNT1VK OR CUBE OF COUGHS OU COLDS, IN BOTH THE OLD AND YOUNQ, IT IS Axolctfttbstltutloita offered, -FOR- M. I. S. T., ARTISTS MATERIALS Fresh Garden Seeds, Diamond Spectacles, GO T J. HODGKINSOFS DRUG STORE, VIRGINIA STREET, RENO Monarch Saloon. THIS FAVORITE PLACE OF RESORT has all the modern conveniences of fash- ionable and elegant pool and billiard tables, The Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars, and, above all, Wieland's Beer. CALL AND SATISFY YOURSELF. GEO. HUMPHREY, Manager auStf Town Property. I HAVE VERY DESIRABLE TOWN property for sale, situated in the pleas autcst part of towu BUILDING LOTS Suitable for dwellings, with a commanding view, can be had at (ail prices. Also Choice Business Block. If you wish to speculate or be aud see or address uy WM. THOMPSON. mchiatf____________Reno Nov.___ FOR SALE! Three of the Finest Farms in Inyo County. Near the Town of Bishop. EACH CONTAINS 160 ACRES, IN the highest state of cultivation. One is all in alfalfa. Also600 heodof cattle. Reason for selling, old age and infirmities. For particulars inquire of J. N. Evans, Reno, or address Jiisho lo County, Cal. Uncle Stroll Block STIU, IN THE FIEI.D AND ARE HERE to stay. Their saloon, just west of the Arcad" Res tauiant, isoneof 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 bouse is lodging accom- modation for 20 people; good clean beds and new airy rooms for 25 cents per night Give them a call and read the papers, sep: NOTICE. I HAVE THIS DAY SOLD TO A. B. Manning my plumbing tools, business and stock in trade, and would most respect fully recommend my friends and patrons to him, as I can assure them that all work in- trusted to him will give satisfaction and be guaranteed, as he has nothing but first-class plumbers and tinners in bis employ. W. P. JAQUES. Reno, September lm FURNISHING GOODS, HATS BOOTS AND SHOES. SQO My Summer Stock Is Now Complete, -------Consisting of The Latest and Best Styles OF- Men's and Boys' Clothing, Underwear, Socks, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, All Shades aud Patterns, Collars, Cafe, Windsor Ties and Bede Bows, UATQ A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF CTDAUf UATO 0 I ilrtff llA I 0 Men's, Boys and Children's Q I If AW HA I U All grades and colors All grades and colors. A full line of J. B. Stetson Co. FINE HATS In all grades. HATS of the A Large Assortment of Men'? and Suspenders. SONDERLAND'S S2 SO SHOE. MY STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES Is as complete as ever, consisting of 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. TAKE ADVANTAGE ........OP OUR........ ORE AT PREMIUM SALE. Of our New Stock of Dry GroocLs 
                            

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