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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 18, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                IKE BEST PKISTIStt, Tho KKNO in awarded premium by thw Fair. DO KOI GO AWAY From homo for your printing. Try the GAZETTE office and have a clour cousuituoe. VOL. XXX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER IS, 1890. NO. 10. Children Enjoy It. SCOTT'S EMULSION of pura Cod Liver Oil with HyRO- of end Soda almost milk. Children enjoy It rather than otherwlae. A MARVELLOUS FLESH PRODUCER It la Indeed, and the little lads and laaslea who toko cold eaelly, may be fortified against o cough that might prove aerloua, by taking Soott'a Emulalon after their meala during the winter aeaaon. Btteare of and FIFTY CENTS PER WEEK. "All classes of legitimate ad' vertisementB, not exceeding six lines, inserted in this column for fifty cente per week. For Sale. MY RKSIOKNCK ON SIKRRA STRICT immediately nortti of tlie Opera House, one of the most desirable pi ices in town and furuishrd with nil modem improvements. ociSlf D. ivI.LKN. Horse and Beckboard for Sale 1IIA.VK A GOOD HOKbK AND liUCK- board for sale cheap, apply at once to GHO. For Rent. TIWO T.ARGK, CONVENIENT ROOMS, furnished or unfurnished. Suitable tor a couple lor housekeeping. Inquire at this ofilce. BETWEEN JAC'Ml M'KISSICKS RKSI- residence on Center street and K. 1'arry's stable, a buggy robe, whicli hnder will please lerve at staiile. Notice. PKORGE KROG HAS IJECIDKt) C.RAD- IX ually to buck out of business, and oflers his entire stock, consisting of notions, fancy goods, atntionery. cutlery, jewelry, tinw.ue, etc at twenty per cent, below actual cost. _________________ijoctiw Position 'Wanted. DESIRED BY A SCANDINAVIAN GIRL, to perform cooking and general house work. Additss letters to T. S. IJox 307. To Let. THE STORK FORMERLY OCCUPIED by Jutjiies (ft Son, and a nice dancing hall, with two front offices, will be vacant utter November 1st. Apply to THOMPSON. To Let for the "Winter. PART Ol', OR MY ENTIRE RESI- __ dence, furnished. Apply otllcc in Sumlerlaml's building. ocCtf DR. H. BERGSTEIN. Temperance 'Work. MAJOR GKOKGE A HILTON, THK noted Temperance Lecturer ol Wash- ..ton, U. C., will deliver a series of lectuies at'McKissick s opera House, commencing Oct. n. Admission free, uctiu i Lemt. IE IT IN THE WINE VIOUSE CLOSET, j a calibre, Smith hammer less revolver, which the finder will leave with Constable Upsou and receive reward. For Sale. AKINE 1'AMILY CARRIAGE HORSE, phaeton anil harness for sale very cheap. Apply at this officejlt For Trade. AJ.OT OK GOOD 1IOKSKS AND CAT- tlu to trade for Hliuup. at this olllco. Hi-pistf For Sale. ANEW HOUSE OK FIVE ROOMS, NEW 1} Airshed; new well, lot fenced and set in truit trees without furniture; easy terms. Inquire at Silvtr State Restaurant. se3 D. MeKISSICK. Choice Residence Property FOR SALE. ONE HALF MILE FROM the Railroad Depot and one-fourth mile from the University. Wntfr with the property. If you wish to make a home come and see me. isei] IJ. LEETK. Fine Boots and Shoes. GO TO II. K. 1'AVOLA KOR 1'INE MENS ladles and childrens hoots and .shoes. I'ine custom work a specialty, repairing neatly done. septltf Ladies Remember rr-HAT MRS. S. C. JUDD CARRIES THOSE J beautiliil tilting Madame McCabe Cor- sets, the Ferris Waists, Rawlings' Shoulder Braces, White House Cook Hook and Stanley's Africa. Call and examine the goods. Residence 2 doors north Opera House jyiiwio Steam Candy Factory THE FIRST CANDY FACTORY IS Reno. Fresh candy every hour. Call and get prices of small quantities or by the barrel. wholesale prices same as San Francisco. )oi4tf C. J. BROOKINS. Sale. WINDOW WEIGHTS ALWAYS ON hand and for sale at the mchntt UNION IRON WORKS. Largely Attended by the General Public. STORM ON THE BRITISH COAST. Gen. Boulanger Denounced as a Spenthrift. An Express Messenger Kills His Wife and Attempts Suicide. Body at Home. By Associated Press.) KEOKCK Oct. com- mittee of citizens met the body of Justice Miller at Burlington and con- ducted it to Keokuk, arriving here at o'clock. At the depot the honorary pall-betuers und various committees took the body in charge, which was escorted by Company A, Second Regi- ment, I. N. G., Tonenee Post, G. A. U., the Guard of Honor and several thousand citizens. The body was borne to the Federal building, which hud been elaborately draped in mourning. The casket was onveyed to the court-room in which tho dead Justice frequently presided, and was placed upon a catafalque. The face of the beloved jurist was exposed to view, and during :he few hours the body lay in state it was viewed by faoveral thousands. When the funeral services were held the public and private buildings draped in black presented a somber ippearance. A high wind during the urly morning destroyed many deco- rationH. All along the line of march over which the funeral procession moved flags were displayed at half- iiast. Besides tho distinguished gentle- nen who accompanied the remains roiu Washington, many others as- sembled here to pay their last tribute if respect. The Supreme Court of he State was represented, and large lelegations of attorneys from all the States included in tlie circuit presided over by the .dead Justice were in at- cndance. A t 2 o'clock the luneral services vere held in the Unitarian Church, of which the deceased had been a mem- >er. The church was entirely inade- [tiate to accommodate even a email portion of the crowd about it long be- oro the doors were opened. The funeral procession, headed by he clergymen, moved up the central lisle, fol owed by tho pall-bearers vith the casket. In a few minutes he family entered with Chief Justice Fuller, a member of the State Su- reme Court and various bar delega- ,tons. There were many handsome floral tributes. The burial service was read by Pastor H assail, followed by a prayer by Rev. McSwain. The funeral pro- cession to the cemetery was the largest ever seen here, including officials, Jourt dignitaries, military and civic )odies, fire departments and citizens. The hearse was drawn by four black lorses. Tlie services at the grave were very simple, and the body was owered and covered from sight for- ever. A Probable Mistake. By Associated Press.] LISBON, Oct. Gommeroio Do Portugal publishes a letter from Berno, declaring that a fleet of Ameri- can war ships will arrive at Lisbon shortly for the purpose of demanding payment of the claims made by the LJnited States for damages arising 'rom the seizure by Portugal of the Delgoa Bay Railway. MOST PERFECT MADE. Fromthe Professor of Chemistry, California College of Pharmacy. SAN FRANCISCO, JANUARY 24, 1889. I have mode n careful analysis of n sample of Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder purchased by me in open market. The results of my analysis show that the Cream of Tartar used in its manufacture is pure, and tliat it does notcon- tain nny foreign substances, such as Alum, Ammonia, Lime or other impurities. I consider it to be pure and wholesome, and in every way a superior article. W. T. WEWZELI., M. D. Ph. M., Ph. G. Professor ol Chemistry in the Cala. Col. of Fharm., Unirersity of California. Larceny Charge Withdrawn. By Associated Press.] NEW YOBK, Oct. complaint of larceny made against Charles Locke of the theatrical firm of Locke Davis by James Barton Key was withdrawn to-day by the latter and Locke waH discharged. Key caused Locke's arrest last night for passing a worthless check on him, but this morning he claimed he had ruade mistake. Charles J. Stewart, official receiver in bankruptcy secured injunctions re- straining Mrs. C. E. Miller, her counsel and the Sherift' from attempt- ing to collect on two drafts; one for and the other for on Brown Brothers Company. Mrs. Miller is the wife of one of the mem- bers of the London banking firm of J. H. Field Company. fc ,_____________V An Evident Murder. Special to the GAZETTE.] STOCKTON Oct. man apparently about 35 years old was found in the slough this morning by tho men at work on a dredger off Webber Point. He had been stab- bed in the neck and over thj heart and the right hand pocket of the trow- sers had been cut out. He had not been dead long, and doubtless had been in the water only a part of the night. H. A. Mendenball, who saw the body at the morgue, identified the de- ceased as a bookkeeper named Burns, whose Christian name be thought was Delos. He said Burns had a wife in Stockton. An inquest will be held. The Mississippi Constitution. By Associated Press.] JACKSON Oct. The Franchise Committee submitted a CO n promise report this morning wbich vrlll undoubtedly be adopted. It pro- vides that the terms of Auditor, Sec- retary of State and Superintendent of Education shall be extended until January that at the general election to be held in November, 1891, for Railroad Commissioners, members of the Lecislature, District Attorneys and county officers, the terms shall expire on January 1, 1890, and that there shall be a general registration in 1891 of all qualified electors under the new Constitution. Houlancer a Spendthrift. By Cable and Associated Press. 1 PARIS, Oct. for a long time Boulanger's most trusted sup- porter, but who abandoned the Gen- eral, says the resources of the Boulan- gist party having become exhausted through the extravagance of the Gen- iral, the Royalists, who were secretly supporting the Boulangist movement, collected frincs to secure the election of Boulangist deputies. Half of the fund was contributed by the Count of Paris. The Boulangists, how- ever, secured only francs, the remainder being diverted by Bou- Innger from the use to which the sub- scribers meant it should be applied. The Merman MoclaliMM. By Cable and Associated Press.] HALLE, Oct. Socialist Con- gress has decided to nominate candi- dates to contest the elections held in Berlin, and also to hold a Socialist labor demonstration on the 1st of May next, and thereafter on the Sunday following the 1st of May of each year. A resolution was adopted declaring Herr Werner incapable of representing the party. Decidedly Impulsive. By Associated Press.] BOSTON, Oct. 18. This morning Daniel H. Wilson, an employe of the Adams Express Company, shot and killed his wife, and then sent a bullet into his own breast, inflicting a prob- ably fatal wound. He says he did it on the impulse of the moment, with- out any cause, and he thinks he was temporarily insane. Held to Answer. By Associated CHICAGO, Oct. the fraudulent naturulizatiou cases this morning United States Commissioner Hoyne held Sol Van Praag, a Democratic candidate for the State Senate, in bail of to await the action of the Federal Grand Jury. Barney Man- ning and James Sheehan were held in each. _____ Ohio By Associated Press.1 COLUMBUS Oct. House this morning, after an early session, refused to pass the Senate compromise bill giviug the Governor power to re- move the members of the Cincinnati Board of Improvements and providing for a new Board of Election next ApriL A Violent Mtorm. By Cable and Associated Press.] LONDON, Oct. severe storm prevails along the north British coast. The British fleet lying at Scarborough was compelled to run to sea to escape being blown ashore. Three sailors were drowned. Weekly Bank (Statement. By Amociatcd Press. J NEW YORK, Oct. 18. The bank statement shows a reserve decrease of The banka hold less than the legal rule. Probable Harder of a Whole Family. By Associated Press.l RACINE Oct. skele- ton of Ernest Schulter, who disap- peared mysteriously with his two children in March, 1887, was found buried in the cellar of his former home to-day. No trace of the bodies of the children was found. It is believed the entire family was murdered and their bodies buried on the premises. A thorough search of the place will be made bv the authorities. Jubilee Mass Celebrated. By Associated Press.] NEW YOKK, Oct. Lough- lin celebrated jubilee mass this morn- ing at St. James Brooklyn. The edifice was crowded. Cardinal Gibbons preached a sermon on the life Bishop, and Father Malone made an address to him on behalf of the clergy. Admiral Sorter Better. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Oct. 18. Admiral Porter is reported by his family to bo gradually and surely improving. TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. By the falling of a derrick at Chi- cago to-day one man was killed, one fatally injured and several others badly bruised. Half of the business portion of the town of Virdetii, 111., was burned this morning. PERSONALS. C. C. Wallace of Eureka was in town this morning. Dr. Harmony of Wadsworth with in town this morning. Miss Ruth Russell left this morn- ing for her home in Elko. J.F. Dennis, the Battle Mountain Attorney, was in town to-day. Hon. Lena Allenjof Churchill county arrived in tcwn this morning. Colonel Sutherland, the Esmeraldu coun.y mining man, went east to-day on his way to London. Mrs. Frank Porter left this morning for Sacramento, where her husband is laid up in the S. P. Hospital. Senator Stewart returned this morn- ing from San Francisco on his way to Virginia City, where he speaks this evening. L. Hanchett, for many years man- ager of the Manhattan mine at Austin, now of Candelaria, arrived from below this morning on his way home. Senator Jones will arrive in Reno to-night and go to Virginia in the morning. The citizenn of that town will give him a reception on Monday evening. J. V. McCurdy, wife and daughter of Paradise Valley, arrived from Cali- fornia this morning, where they had been called by tho death of Mrs. McCurdy's mother. C. B. Glass of the General Govern- ment Survey returned from the south yesterday. Monday there will be four parties of two men each start out to do reservoir work. Francis G. Newlands and R. L. Fulton, returned this morning from Central Nevada, where they have been doing good work fort'ie Republi- can State and Congressional ticket. CUUROH NOTICES. BAITIST in the Baptist Church at 11 A. M. Sermon on the V Basis of Christian Work-" Sunday-school at No service in the evening, all joining in the serv- ice at the Opera House. METHODIST EPISCOPAL Sunday, Oct. 19, 1890. Preaching at 11 a. m., by the pastor. Sunday School at m. The evening ser- vice.will be held at the Opera House with the other churches. Major A. Hilton will speak. CONGREGATIONAL will be conducted by the pastor, Rev. T. McGill at 11 a. m. to-morrow. Subject: "The Wealth of the Chris- tian's Inheritance." Sunday School at A union meeting 'will be held in the Opera House at p. m., and will be addressed by Major Geo. A. Hilton. Vine .Fruit. On his place near the V, T. road south of Mill street, Henry Riter has eleven quince trees which are loaded with the prettiest fruit of that kind this scribe ever saw. .Funeral -atotlce. The funeral of the late Charles Sproule will take place from the Cath- olic Church to-morrow at 3 o'clock. Self PraUe. Self praise. IB no recommendation, but there are times -when one must permit a person to tell the truth about himself. When what ho Is supported by the testimony of others no reasonable man will doubt his word. Now, to say that Allcoek's Plasters are the only gennlne and reliable porous plasters made is no', self praise in be slightest degree. They have stood the test for over thirty years, and In proof of their merits ills only necessary to call attention to the cures tney have effected and to the voluntary testimonials of those who have used them. Be ware of imitations, and do not be deceived by misrepresentations. Ask for Alloock's and let no solicitation or explan- ation induce yon to accept a substitute. Allcoek's Corn and Bunion Shields effect quick and certain relief. Fryer's Abietine, natures remedy, obtained by distilling and exudation from the Abie tine tree found only in the Sierras of Califor- nia. C. B. King of Stockton, says: "I have used Abietine for cms, scalds, bums, bruises, etc., found it efficacious in every instance." The genuine and original bears the fac-semile signature of D. F. FRYER. Sold by Win. Flnmger. Improved digeaiion and assimilation pro- dnee disorded conditions of the system grow and are confirmed by neglect. Dr.J.H McLean's Strengthening Cordial and Blood Pnrifler, by its tonic properties, cures indigestion and gives tone to the stomach, il 00 botUe. BREVITIES. A storm is brewing. Where are the sprinkling carts Read the 50-cent ad. of a residence for'sale. _ "The funeral of the late C. Well- man will take place to-morrow at 2 v. M. from the Baptist Church. Attention is called to the advertise- ment of the Democratic county tickut and that party's platform under New To-day." Mrs. Shaff received the news yesterday of the sudden death of her father, E'. Mallory, who in early days represented Douglas county in the Assembly. Deceased dropped dead while gathering his fruit cnip. A flint to Knnrhern. The Genoa Courier says: Las Fall H. F. Danberg tried an experi- ment on utilizing straw fur feed. In stacking the third crop of alfalfa he mixed the straw with it. The dry straw absorbs the nipisturo from the hay, greatly to tho improvement of the latter. Mr. Danbtirg wits, highly gratified with tlie result of his experi- ment. When threshing his gruiti this Fall ho will have three teams hauling straw and three hauling hay and mix- ing the_ two together in "the stack. The third crop of alfalfa is usually harvested in cold weather when it is difficult to cure the hay. Many fann- ers might find it to their advantage to follow Mr. Danberg's example. A Mirlilsaii Central Kallroa.1 Km ploye Wins His Case Alter Meven Years Content. While emplopod aa agent of the Mlnhignn Central. Railroad Compuny, at Agueta, Mich., my kidneys became diseased, and from an impovlshed and Impure it tat" of the blood, my general health was ontlrt'ly undermined. I consulted the loading phy- Bicions of this clt} and Ann Arbor, and all pronounced my case Brijilit'B disease. In October last I begun taking' HlbbHril'tt Khfumatic Syrup, and am to-day a well man. it affords mo pleasure to render snflorinK humanity any good that 1 can. and I wieh to soy that I think It Is tho best blootl, kidnuy and liver medicine in the world, K. agent M. C. B. K., Albion, Mich. Sold by S. J. Hodk-klnson. Prepared only by the Wright Medicine Company, Detroit, Mich.__________________ We find St. Patric's Pills to I'O very extra and to give splendid satisfaction. They are now about the only kind called A. WALLACE, For sale by Shoemaker Co., drug- gist.____________________________ Verdi, October 18, 1890, Charles II.. son of James and Maggie Sproul, ngicl 21 years ana 10 months. [Funeral to-mor oW from the Catholic Church, Reno.J Bishop Creek, Mono county Cat., E. Mallory, aged 63 years. TO TEE BIGHT. Do not be Imposed on by any of the nnmerona Imitations, substitutes, etc., which are flooding tho world. There 10 only one Swift's Specific, and there la nothing like it. Oar remedy con- tains no Mercury, Potash, Arsenic, or any pols- onoag substance whatever. It builds np tho gen- eral health from the first dose, and has never failed to eradicate contagious blood poison and its effects from the system. Bo snre to get the genuine. Send your address for our Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases, which will bo mailed ftee. 6W1FT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta. Ga. -I'OR- i. s. T., ARTISTS MATERIALS Fresh Garden Seeds, Diamond Spectacles, -GO TC 8. ,J. HODGKINSOFS DRUG STORE, VIRGINIA STREET, RKNO KUKMSHING GOODS, HATS BOOTS AND SHOES. AND WINTER. 1891. -MY STOCK OK- For tlie Fall and Winter Is now complete, consisting of the Finest aud Me- dium Grade 6 ot Men's and Boy's Clothing AND FURNISHING GOODS. FINE BEAVER OVERCOATS, Chinchilla and Kerseys. A Inrgc assortment of Men's oud Hoys' Fine Wool and Merino Underwear. A of Men's and Boys' "Wool and Coition Largest and beat lino of In tho Stato. also a full lino of JOHN It. STKTSOM A CO.'S HATS. A Large Assortment of and Boys' Suspenders. The Finest Line of Men's French Kid and Buck Gloves In tho State, a full lino of Wool-Lined Gloves and Mills. Tie Finest Line of Neckwear anil Haoiercliels' -ALWAYS OX HAND.- BOOTS AND SHOES KNDLKSS AT PKICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION. Custom Made Pants Always On Hand. IN BOYS' CLOTHING, Wo bavo the finest asportmont in all grades, run- ning in prico from upwards. to .llettNurc on MJiorfcHt JVotloi-. ouuiry Orders will Receive Prompt Attention. JOHN SUNDERLAND, TAKE ADVANTAGE ........OF OUR........ CREAT PREMIUM SALE. Of our New Stock of Di-y Groocls Olo Prices Lower than Ever. Notice. A prcscntative of the National Institute of 319 Bush Street, San Francisco, intends to visit the Golden Eagle Hotel, Reno, Oct. and 22d and tlie Ormsby House, Car.son City, Oct. 23d. I This Institute is specially .devoted to the treatment of curvature of the spine, disease ol the hip and knee joint, crooked club feet and all bodily deformities. Their success '.n treating tbese troubles, as well as all chronic diseases, has made for the Institute an established rnmitation. All persons who are suffering from any of these complaints, should not fail to take- advantage of this opportunity foi relief. Reference may be had to the following residents: W. Sanders, Reno. A. II. Barnes, Golden Eagle Hotel Reno. B. V. Robb, Rene. A. J. Smith, Reno. Mr.s. Julia McQuarters, Carson City. Candidates' Ball. THURSDAY EVENING, THK 33d IN- slant, a Candidates' Ball will be given at the Gleitdale Hotel, to wbich all aspirants lor political honors are respectlully invited. A liberal lunch will served to all comers and a pleasant social time is sure to be had. octUtd T. J. GAUD3EK, OVERBHYMER'S STABLE, Corner of Second and Sierra) Street, Reno THB FINSST tINB OF Campaign of 1890. HON. U. K. COLCORD, Republican candidate for Governor, and HON. FRANCIS G. NEWLANDS Accompanied by HON. JOHN F. EGAN, Candidate Ifor State Treasurer, and HON. JOHN E. JONES, Candidate for Surveyor General, address the people of Nevada on the po- litical issues ol the campaign ab follows. Hawthorne..............Thursday, Oct. 2 Aurora..........................Friday, Oct. 3 Oct. 4 Greenfield..................Monday, Oct. 0 Dayton.......................Tuesday, Oct. 7 Silver City............Wedndsday, Oct. 8 Sheridan..................Thursday, Oct. 'J Genoa..........................Friday, Oct. 10 Vintlnia City............Saturday, Oct. 11 Reno..........................Monday, Oct. 13 Oct. 14 Wlnnemucca.........Wednesday, Oct. 15 Lovelock..................Thursday, Oct. 10 Battle Mountain...........Friday, Oct. 17 Austin......................Saturday, Oct. 17 Eureka......................Tuesday, Oct. 21 Oarlln...................Wednesday, Oct. 22 Elko.....................Thursday, Oct. 23 Tuacarora.....................Friday, Oct. 24 Paradise.....................Monday, Oct. 27 Carson..................Wednesday, Got. 29 Gold Hill.................Thursday, Oct. 30 County Committees in the several counties will please make the arrangements for the meetings. STROTHKR. Chairman. V, C. Secretary. PACIFIC BREWERY, Reno Soda Works and Granite Saloon. Or. KERTI-J, Successor to George Decker. Beer by the Glass, Quart, Bottle or Keg at shortest notico. Lager lieer of tlie beet quality always on hand. Orders from the country receive prompt attention. Commercial Kow. Keno. _______________Jyiztf C. NOVACOVICH. H. I. BERR BERRY MACOVICil, Wholesale and Retail Dcakrn in Groceries, Provisions, FINE TEA8 AND COFFEES, Vegetables, Fish and Oysters In season. FRUITS 01' KINDS, Cigars, Tobacco, Crockery. fiUC Commercial Row, Reno, Nevada. Reno Livery JOHN POTHOFF, Prop'r OPI'OSITK DKPOT. Livery and Feed Stable. Hirst-claps turnouts at reasonable prices. TranMtent Mtoelc Carefullr Pro vlded for. Mr A Pleasant Boon, OR ROOMS FOR RENT, NEAR THK school house. Inquire of A. O. Poitcr, GAZBTTK office, for NEWSPAPER!   

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