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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 13, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                The RENO GAZKTTK In awarded ili-j prfliniutn by the Nevada Fair. DO HOT fiO AWllf From borne for your printing. Try the GAZHTTK office and have a clear conscience. VOL. XXX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1890. NO. 12. Enjoy It SCOTT'S EMULSION of pure Cod Liver Oil with Hypo- of and Soda la almost aa aa milk. Children enjoy It rather than otherwise. A MARVELLOUS FLESH PRODUCER It Is Indeed, snd the little lads snd laaalea who take cold easily, may be fortified agalnot a cough that might prove serious, by taking Scott's Emulsion after their meala during the winter season. Hfurart of ana FIFTY CENTS PER WEEK. __ "All classes of legitimate ad- vertisements, not exceeding six lines, inserted in tliis column for fifty cents per week. Found. ON THE NORTH blpK or THE C. P track, n ring containing a large num- ber of keys, winch the owner can have by paying for tins ad SCMWI For Rent. TWO CONVENIENT ROOMS, furnished or unfurnished. Suitable for a couple ior housekeeping. Inquire at this ufllce. __ BETWEEN- JACOB M'KISSICK'S RESI- resldencc on Center street and R. W, Harry's stable, n robe, which finder will please lerve at stable, Notice. GEORGK KROG HAS DECIDIiD GRAD- ually to back out of and oilers entire stock, consisting of notions fancy goods, stationery, cutlery, jewelry, tinware, etc at twenty per cent, below actu.il cost. _______________ijoctiw_______________ Position Wanted. TkUSIRKU BY A SCANDINAVIAN GIRL to perform cooking and general house work. Addics.4 letters to T. S. Box 307. To Let. THE STORE OCCUPIED by Jaques ct Sou, nnd a nice dancing hall, with two .front cflices, will be vacant after November 1st. Apply to THOMPSON. To X.et for the Winter. PART OH, OR MY ENTIRE RKSI- A Uence, lurnishcd. Apply at my office iii Sundcrlaud's building. ocfitf DR. H. BERGSTEIN. Temperance Work. MAJOR GKORGK A. HILTON. THE noted Temperacce Lecturer of Wash- D. C., will deliver n series of Opera Home, commencing Sunday, Oct. 13. Admission free. oct4Wi Girl Wanted. TIO DO GKNKKAI, HOUSEWORK. IN- quire at the store of K. Levy liro. i LKIT IN THE WINE HOUSE CI.OSET, a jKc.ilibre, Smith Wesson, hammer less which the finder will leave with Constable Upsou aud receive reward. For Sale. A FINE KAMII.Y CARRIAGE HORSE, phaeton and harnets for sale very cheap. Apply nt this office at once._______scpiStf Tor Sale. THE RENO HIKE DEPARTMENT HAS a Hutton hi lllnck, side stroke. 8-inch cylinder, second class hand engine for sale cheap lor cash 500 teet of hose go with all in first class older For furtner particu- lars apply to J. L Mcl'arlin or T. K. Homers For Trade. A LOT OF GOOD HOUSES AND CAT- tlo to trade for sheep. Apply at this ofllco. _____scpiotr For Sale. A NEW HOUSE OF KIVE ROOMS, NEW furshed, new well, lot fenced and set in fruit trees without furniture, easy terms. Inquire at Silvtr State Restaurant. sea McKISSICK. Choice Residence Property FOR SALE. ONE HALF MILE FROM the Kailroad Depot and one-fourth mile from the Mate University. Water with the property. If you wish to make a home come ami ______M. F. I.l'.l-.TE. Fine and O TO H. F. PAYOLA I'OR FINE MKNS VJT ladles and chitdrens boots and shoes Kme custom work a specialty, repairing uently done. septltf Remember rpirAT MRS. S. O. JUDD CARRIES THOSE 1 beautiful fitting Madame McCabc Cor- sets, the Ferrlii Wnists, Rawlmgs' Shoulder Unices, White House Cook Book aud Stanley's Africa. Call and examine the goods. Residence 7 doors north Opera House ________________jyaawio_____________ Cincinnati's Affairs in a Bad Condition. Steam Candy Factory KIUST CANDY FACTOKY IN J. Reno. Fresh candy every hour. Call and get prices of small quantities or by the barrel. wholesale prices same as San Frauclscu. C. J. BROOKINS. Ttr Sale. WINDOW WEIGHTS ALWAYS ON haud and for Mile at the nichutt UNION IRON WORKS. Probate Notice. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE State of Nesada, in and for the county of Washoe. In the miattcr of the estate of Maurice May, A paper purporting to be the last will and testament of Manure May, Deceased, having been filed in saui court on the tith day of October, A iSoo. Notice is hen.by given that Sn'urdav the ajth day of Octolwr at to o'clock a. ill. of said day and the courtroom of said court at the Courthouse in Rf no m snid county, have been appointed as the time and place for proving the said last.will and testament, and for hearing the application of H. H. Beck for the issuance ol letters testamentary thoreon, to P. B. Comstock and {the said H. H. Beck, named the said lost will as executors; when and, where any person entrusted may appear ond contest the same. October 13 1890. td T. V. JULIEN. TOE PRESIDENT AT HOME, Mrs. Booth's Funeral Largely Attended. A Costly Fire at St. Oalifoi nia. Helena, Funeral of Booth. By Cable and Associated Press LONDON-, Oct. The funeral of Mrs. Catherine Booth, wife of General Booth, who ia known as the "Mother of the Salvation took place to-day and was made the occasion for a great demonstration by that organiz- ation. The vreather was exceedingly disagreeable a murky fog enveloped the city, but despite this, thousands of persons assembled in the (streets to witness the funeral procecB8ion. The route from the Thames em- bankment, where the army mustered to Abney Park Cemetery, where the remains were interred, lay through the densely populated district of Stoke Newington. The entire route was lined with dense crowds and the win- dows of the houses were thronged. AH railways entering London ran ex- cursions tiains, and the throng in the city was augmented by immense num- bers of Salvationists and friends from the provinces. There was also a large attendance from foreign countiries. The army was attired in uniforms! wearing their white badges of mourn- ing, which were everywhere conspicu- ous. The crowd surpassed in num- bers. that which gathered to witness the show of Lord Mayor's day. The demonstration was a convincing proof that the Salvation Army wields a pow- erful influence throughout the country. Unprecedented By Associated Prets.l WHEELING (W. Oct. Dis- patches from the interior towns of Weston, Grafton, Phillips and other points on the tributaries of the Ohio say the Htorm reported on Sunday night extended over a wide area. Everywhere the heaviest fall of rain ever known has occurred, amounting to a waterspout. All the streams are flooded, and traffic is entirely stopped. Great damage has been done at Wes- ton, which is flooded, and the loss runs into the thousands. Presbyterian Articles of Faith. By Associated Press.) Prrrsnruo, Oct. Revision Committee of the Presbyterian Church will adjourn finally to-night. The re- vision of the chapter on foreordina- tion was finished yesterday, and, though it is not ready for public in- speciion, Chairman Roberts vouch- safed the information that there were some radical changes made. The tenth chapter, referring to the final disposition of infants and idiots, is under consideration to-day. An Kxrhnnge of Ideati. By Cable and Associated Press.] PARIS, Oct. Temps, in com- menting on the Berlin Post's state- ment of the European governments' conference about the McKinley tariff bill declares that such conferences amount merely to an exchange of ideas; that no precise proposals have been formulated. Notice io the Democra'ic Central Committee. THE DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CENTRAL Committee arc hereby notified to meet nt the office of Clarke  he people an opportunity to select ,he members of certain boards at the Siovomber election. He says it is un- necessary to enumerate the charges of crookedness which have been made and concerning which they are in- iormed that the time has come to adopt a new charter for Cincinnati, as already proposed._______ _______ Htorm On the linked. By Associated Press. I DETROIT, Oct. worst storm of the season was reported from up the lakes this morning. At Oscada, where many vessels had taken refuge, are dragging their anchors and are in imminent danger of going ashore. At Point Arthur the wind is blowing forty miles an hour, and a consider- able portion of the new breakwater is gone. The men working on the breakwater were rescued this morning with dimcxilty. "At Alpena a barge was blown ashore and went to pieces. A schooner went ashore' in White Fish Bay. An im- mense fleet has taken shelter in Pigeon Bay, Lake Erie. _______ A Sacramento Blaze. Special to the GAZBTTE.! SACRAMENTO, Oct, Tele- graph House, an old frame building, was burned early this morning, and John Collins, one of the boarders, lost his life in the flames. The fire spread to n tin shop, Patten's saloon, and Wilson's carpenter shop. The loss is about half of which was in- sured. In Honor to His Memory. By Associated Press.) WASHINGTON, Oct., acting Secretary to-day issued a general order regarding the death of General Bel- knap. The war department is to be draped in mourning for thirty days on the day after the receipt of the orders at each military post. Seventeen guns are to be fired at each post. Payment Stopped. By Cable and Associated Press. J LONDON, Oct. Bankruptcy Court has issued an order stopping payment on a draft for drawn on an American bank by James H. Field Co., the London bankers who recently failed. Block of Hulldlnc Burned. Special to the GAZETTE.! ST. HELENA Oct. fire this morning destroyed the Commer- cial Hotel and a block of buildings, causing a loss of The insur- ance so far as known aggregates only The President at Home. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Oct. Presi- dent and party returned to Washing- ton this morning at Destructive Prairie By Associated Press.] FARGO (N. Oct T. S. San- derhill, one of the Railroad Commis- sioner of North Dakota, who resides at Antelope, west of the Missouri river, reports a deplorable condition of affairs among the ranchmen iu his district, resulting from the rucont almost unprecedented prairie fires. Between Hart and Cannon Ball rivers and in the valleys of both the destruction has been almost romplete. Nothing is left for stock to live upon. At Riverside ranch, at the mouth of the Little Hart river, 500 tons of hay and 300 head of cattle were burned. At Parking's ranch on the Cannon Ball river the loss was the heaviest. Wickes' ranch lost everything except buildings. The fire traveled with such fury as to go completely through the villages. In amost every instance the farmers have lost their crops and feed for the winter. The flames leaped over fire-breaks 800 feet in width. The ranchmen believe that Indians from the Fort Yates Reservation caused the fires, in order to drive game south. The matter will be in- vestigated. OMIahoney DiHcharged. By Cable and Associated Press.] TIPPEBARY, Oct. 14. Ronan, prose- cutor for the crown, has dismissed the case against O'Mahoney, whose illness prevents bis attending Court. Timothy HeaJy argued that the evi- dence given against O'Mahoney equally affected all the defendance, and that the charge against him hav- ing been dismissed the charge againut all the defendence should also bo missed. The Court took note of Healy's objection and allowed the crown to proceed with the prorecu- tion. DUBLIN Oct. The Irish Times says William A. Graham and Timothy Harrington who were appointed mem- bers of the committee to visit the United States to solicit aid for the Irish cause have refused to accept the appointments. Hacked and Burned. By Cable and Associated Press.] PARIS, Oct. Count de Grange's chateau near Domfront waa sacked and burned, the entire building being destroyed. There ware many valu- able works of art in the chateau, all of which were lost. The police are seek- ing the culprits. A SuceeHHfnl Strike. By Cable and Associated Press.] DUBLIN, Oct. The strike of the dock laborers in Limerick ended in a victory for the men. Bar silver, BREVITIES. FURNISHING GOOUS, HATS BOOTS AND SHOES. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. B. L. HORTON, The Republican Candidate for Con- troller, Starts'Out on the War- path. The Austin Reveille contains the following: "The Republican nomi- nee for State Controller left Austin on Friday's train to make a circuit of the State to interview the people in his own behalf and in behalf of the entire Republican ticket. Mr. Horton is eminently qualified to fill the position for which he has been nominated, and if elected, of which there is no doubt, he will oe a credit to the party that so honored him. He is an old-time resi- dent of the State of Nevada, a full- fledged Republican, and one of those that would sooner lose himself than to see others on the ticket lose. We bespeak for him a welcome wherever he goes, as he is every inch a gentle- man." A Howling Hurcesa. The Republican meeting last night might be termed a howling success." After its adjournment scrapping matches and wine drinking were in- dulged in until a late hour. Both Democrats and Republicans seemed to enthuse to quite an extent. Helf Praise. Self praise IB no recommendation, but there are times when one must permit 8 person to tell the truth about himself. When what he says Is supported by tbe testimony of others no reasonable man will donbt his word. Now, to say that Allcock's Porous Plasters are the only genuine and reliable porona plasters made is no', self praise in the slightest degree. They have stood the test for over thirty years, and In proof of their merits it is only necessary to call attention to the cures they have effected and to the -voluntary testimonials of those who have used them. Be ware of imitations, and do not be deceived by misrepresentations. Aik for Allcock's and let no solicitation or explan- ation induce yon to accept a substitute. Allcock's Corn and Bunion Shields effect quick and certain relief. Advice to Mothers. MBS. -WlKSLOW'S SOOTHQtO SYRUP Should always be used for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gams, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and U ilic best retnedj or diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle Cionpy suffocations, night coughs and all the common elections of the throat and nogs quickly relieve by Dr. i. H. Me ean's Tar Wine Lung Bal m. We find St. Palric'a Pilla to be very extra and to give splendid satisfaction. They are now about tbe only kind called A. WALLACE, Oasls.Ia. For sale by Shoemaker Co., drag- gist. Local and General Read the 50-cent ad. of keys found. In one county in New Mexico COO horses have been stolen in the p.ust M.X weeks. j The new water system at Santa Cruz, Cal., will be turned on in a few It cost j Attention is called to the merit of the ball at the I Gleudale Hotel on October 23d. A shipment of 110 tons of Limn beans left Hueneme, Cal., Saturday, for San Pedro, where it will go East, requiring ten cars to carry it. Marcus Fredrick's Comnu rcial Row stand is the place to buy all the best brands of both cigars and tobacco. Watches and jewelry cleaned and re- paired. Boll.s and other pimples anj affec- tions from impure blood may appeal atthi) season, when the blooil is heated. Hood's Sarsapanlla re- movoa the of these troubles by vitalizing and ourlolimp tbe blood, and at the same tune gives strength to tbe whole system. TIIK CAMPAIGN. Vouug JJIeu'n Club To lie Organized. At tho Courthouse last evening a temporary organization of the Winters Young Men's Democratic Club wap effected by the election of the follow- ing officers: Chairman, Fred man; Secretary, Victor Lallotte; Treasurer, Henry Buhe. A committee of three was appointed to draft a constitution and by-laws, to be reported on Thursday evening, the ICth inst., at which time a permanent organization will be effected. Up to last evening the club-roll con- tained the names of 44 men, many of whom will I heir iirxt vote at the ensuing election. A Hart Shortly after noon to-day the towu was shocked by the announcement that Charley Snow, one of the finest young men who ever made a home in Iteno, had just died of typhoid-pneu- monia. Deceased was the main sup- port of a widowed mother aud sister, the father having died last summer, and had been confined to his bed hut a very short time. The bereaved mother and sister h.ive the warmest sympathy of the entire community. A Michigan Central Kallroad Km ploye Wins Iliw Case After Seven Years context. While omploped agent of tho Michigan Central Batlroad Compnny, at Agusta, Mich., my kidneys became diseased, nnd from an irnpovlshed and impure atatn of the blood, my general hcaltli was cntlr  address the ptop'c of Nevada on the po- litical is .ues ol the campaign as follows. Hawthorne..............Thursday, Oct. 2 Aurora..........................Friday, Oct. 3 Candelaria.................Saturday, Oct. 4 Greenfield..................Monday, Oct. 6 Dayton.......................Tuesday, Oct. 7 Silver City............Wedndsday, Oct. 8 Sheridan..................Thursday, Oct. Genoa..........................Friday, Oct. 10 Virginia City............Saturday, Oct. 11 Reno..........................Mjonday, Oct. 13 Wadsworth................Tuesday, Oct. 14 Winnemncca.........Wednesday, Oct. 15 Lovelock..................Thursday, Oct. 16 Battle Mountain...........Friday, Oct. 17 Austin....................Saturday, Oct. 17 Eureka.......................Tuesday, Oct. 21 Carlln...................Wednesday, Oct. 22 Elko.....................Thursday, Oct. 23 Tuscarora.....................Friday, Oct. 24 Paraditto.....................Monday, Oct. 27 Carson..................Wednesday, Oct. 29 Gold Hill.................Thursday, Oct. 30 lion. Francis O. Nowlwids will join tho party at Dayton and continue with tbem, opeaRlng at different places during tbe campaign. County Committees In the.several counties will please make the necensary arrangements for the meetings. K. 8TROTHBR. Chairman. F. C. LORD, Secretary. TRUCKEE Uvery and Feed Stable REKO, NEVADA T. K. HYMBRS..........Proprietor FIRST-CLASb TURNOUTS AND FINHS1 Saddle Horses. Careful attention given liancient stock. Boarders carefully looked alter octitt C. NOVACOVICH. H. T. BERR BERRY MYACOVICII, -----Wholesale and Retail Dealers in---- Groceries, Provisions, FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, Pisfi: and; Oysters In seaion. FRUITS Of KINDS, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Crockery. Commereial Row, Reno, Nevada. Reno Livery JOHN POTHOFF, Prop'r OPPOSITIJ DEPOT. Livery and Feed Stable. First-claw et reasonable TraoBlcnt Mtoelc Carefully for. MX A Pleasant Room, OR ROOMS FOR RENT, NHAR THR bricic school houie. Inquire of A. O, Potter, GAZETTE office, for particulars. SPAPFRf   

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