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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 21, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                8T- FRWT1AG, TlieKKNO GAZETTK IB ibn premium by the Nevada State Fair. DO NOT 60 AWAY From home for your printing. Try the GAZETTE office sno have a clear conscience. VOL. XXX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1890. MISCELLANEOUS. THE BON TON TAILOR, Suit received a fine line of I'all goods, both FRENCH AND DOMESTIC. Suits made to order cheaper than any other pl'ace in tffe city. A perfect fit guaranteed or no sale. VIRGINIA STRIiKT, NKAR COMMERCIAL ROW, RENO. NEVADA. FIFTY CENTS PER WEEK. flf Ml classes oi legitimate ad- vertisements, not exceeding six lines, inserted in this column for fifty cents per week. Purse Found. APURSIC CONTAINING TWO RAILROAD checks and money has been found. The owner con have It by applying to Harry Davis ol the Arcade Saloon. octaitf For Sale. HrY XBSIDENCK ON SIERRA STREET jjl Immediately uorth of the Opera House, one of the most desirable pi ices in town and furuished with all modem improvements, ocititf U- AI.LKN. Horse and Beokboard for Sale- IIIAVK A GOOD HORSE AND DUCK- board for sale cheap, apply at once to GKO. WKDKKINU. For Rent. TWO LARGE, CONVENIENT ROOMS, furnished or unfurnished. Suitable for couple (or housekeeping. Inquire at this office. BETWKKN JACOB M'KISSICK'S RI-.Sl- rcsidctiLe on Center street and K. W. 1'arry's stable, a buggy robe, wlnfU finder will please lerve at stable._________fcepijwi Notice. GKORGK KROG HAS UECIDKU GRAD- ually to buck out of and oners his entire stuck, (.ansislmfc of notions, fancy goods, stationery, cutlery, jewelry, tinware, etc at twenty per cent, below actual cost. IJOCtlW Position 'Wanted. DESIRED BY A SCANDINAVIAN GIR1. to perform cooking and general house work. Addiess letters to T. S. Box 307. ocUwi _ To let. THE STORE FORMERLY OCCUPIED by Jaques Son, and a nice dancing hall, with two front offices, will be vacant after November i 't. Apply to WM. The Train Carrying the Ozar of Bussla is Fired Upon. ;ombnttlDK the Cincinnati Tonahs. ly Associated Press.] COLUMBUS Out. louse this morning adopted a resolu- lon as the sense of that body that no light or insult was intended on the iart of the House in the refusal of the Speaker to accept the Governor's message yesterday, and appointed a ommittee to cull upon the Governor nd requpHt that the message again sent to the IIou.se. Governor Campbell complied with bis request. The message recom- mends that the Legislature pass a law roviding that a non-partisan Board f Improvement for Cincinnati be ap- ointed by the Mayor and an election e held in April, lie scores the lobby, hich lie says has been here from Mncinnati in the interest of the pres- nt Board of Improvement, and says heir open declarations that they are ontrolling legislation ought to be a ufflcient indication to the members uit the Board is in bad repnto and hould abolished at once. THOMPSON. To Let for the "Winter. A PART OK, OR MY ENTIRE RKSI- A deuce, furnished. Apply at my oUlce in simtlerluutl's building, octtf DR. H. I1ERGSTEIN. Lest. LKHT IN THE WINE HOUSE CLOSET, a 38 calibre, Smith Wesson, hammer less revolver, which the finder will leave Constable t'psou uud receive reward. Apply For Sale. I'INK FAMILY CARRIAGE HORSK, phaeton and harness for sale very cheap, c at this, office at once. sepistf For Trade. OF GOOD HOUSES AND CAT- tlu to trade for uhocp. Apply at thin offlco. Bt'plOtf For Sale. NEW HOUSE OF FIVE ROOMS, NEW lj Airshed, new well, lot fenced and set n fruit trees. without furniture; easy terms. Inquire at Silver State ResUuraiit D. McKISSICK. Choice Residence Property OR PAI.K. ONKHALH MILK KKOM _ the Railroad Uspot and oue-fourth nule from the State University. with the property. If you wish to make o home come and f-.cz] D. K LI-.1-.T J-.- F Fine and Shoei. ri O TO II. 1'. KAVOLA FOR FINE MliNS IJT ladles nud booth and shoes. Fine custom work a specialty, repairing neatly done. beptltf Remember rpHAT MRS. S. C. JUDD CARRIES THOSI- 1 beautiful fitting Mndnme McCflbe Cor sets, the Ferris Waists, Rawlitigs' Shoulder Utaces, White House Cook Book nnd Stanley s Africa. Call and examine the goods. Residence a doors north Opera House jyaawio BrookinV Steam Candy Factory mHK JTIKST CANDY FACTORY IN JL Reno. Fresh candy every hour. Call ant get prices of small quantities or by the barrel Wholesale prices same as San Hranctecu. C. J. BROOKINS. Bale. WINDOW WEIGHTS ALWAYS OS hand nnd for sale at the mchutl UNION IRON WORKS. T. J. GAKDflER, (-1AKB1AOK and OVKR.HYMKR'S STABLE, Corner of Second and Sierra! Street, Ren aprtl THK FINEST LINK OH Arrested in Washing- ton State. VERY ROUGH ATLANTIC VOYAGE, The Locomotive Engineers Oppose Federation. Brotherhood, of Ijocomotlve Kn- ICincerH mill In iy A-soclated Press.) PiTTbBUKQ, Oct. The business I the Inter-National Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers is progressing apidly and adjournment is expected n about ten days. The session cou- iuues to bo secret, but it has been earned from reliable sources that the of federation with the rainmeu's organization has been te- ected. A prominent delegate stated hat the assertion nuvdn by New York icwspapers that the convention or- lered the strike on Erie road is false. The subject was not brought before he meeting. A TempfHtuouH Voyage. By Associated Prtus.l NEW YORK, North German Lloyd steamer Spree, from Bremen, arrived this morning, after a somewhat tedious passage. She was detained in the channel by a dense fog and wits obliged to rim at a slow afterwards. Clear across the Western Ocean hhe experienced very severe westerly Rules, with high seas. Jho was obliged to stop several times, in all about thirty-six hours, owing to trouble with her nir-pumps, which gave out frequently. Kepeatera Taken In. By Associated Press.] TACOMA Oct. cratic Inspector Hicks charges the Democratic leaders with importing repeaters from Seattle during the re- cent election. Two of the twenty- three repeaters arrested confessed that they were to be paid two dollais each for voting illegally. Cremation. By Associated Press.l SANTA BARBAKA Oct. Mary Dezirullo, aged 22 years, was shot down and instantly killed this morning at o'clock by Ramon Lopez, a Spaniard, aged 38 years, has been bothering the girl with his attentions for some time past, and had made threats of violence against her, declaring that if she did not marry him she should not marry any one. This morning he called at her father's residence and invited her out to the gate, saying he wanted to make up with her. She refused to have anything to do with him, when he pulled a big Colt revolver and shot her through the body. She died al- most instantly. Lopez then shot twice at himself without effect and walked away. Shortly afterward an officer came up and went towards Lopez' house, which is in the same block. Lopez fired three shots at the officer without effect. He was then arrested and locked up. Threats of lynching were so strongly made that this afternoon the murderer was taken to Ventura for safe-keeping. Activity In Mining. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Oct. O. Leech Director of the Mint, has just returned from u visit to a number of mines in the West. Speaking of his trip he said: "As to the prospects of silver mining and the current production of our mines, I should say that the sil- ver product of the United States is increasing. Certainly there is great activity in all the miningcampt) which I visited, and when one considers that a short time ago they were getting only ninety cents an ounce for silver and three and three-quarters cents a pound for lead, while to-day silver is worth a dollar and ten cents an ounce and lead six cents a pound, it is not sur- prising that there should be great activity in mining industries, and that the output should be increased." IH He ft'elKnlnK Insanity By Associated Press.] FKKSNO, Oct. 20. Last Monday Joseph L. Stillman, now on trial for the murder of Fiske, announced to the jail officers that he would not eat any more food cooked in the jail, ns he be- lieved it contained slow poison. For three days he ate nothing, but then asked for food, and has since then eaten three meals a day and says nothing more about poison. When not in court or eating he spends his time praying to God and cursing the devil._____________________ Tbe Caar's Tratii Fired Upon. By Cable and Associated Press.] PARIS, Oct. Evenment has advices from St. Petersburg stating that the train in which the was traveling on his return to St. Peters- burg from a hunting trip in Poland was fired upon at Grodno. Likely to Pay the Pen- alty of Their Crime. TWO WILING FRENCHMEN. Neither of Whom Receives a Scratch. Quick Steamer Trip From .New York to London, Be- Original Package' Housed opening. By Associated Press.l Yankton (S. Oct. Original Package Houses here have been reopened on the strength of the recent Kansas decision. The city officials will probably pass an ordi- nance licensing such bouses. Accident. By Associated Press.] JOUKT Oct. A collision occurred on the Elgin, Easton railroad between a freight and con- struction trains. Thomas S. Lawler, foreman of the construction gang, was killed and eight others injured. Illegal KeglatrnUon. By Associated Press.l CHICAGO, Oct. 21. On complaint of the Democratic campaign committee, twenty negroes were arrested this morning, charged with- illegal regis- tration. Many more warrants are out. Arrival of a aliasing Steamer.: By Associated NEW YORK, Oct. The National line steamer France, about which so much unxiety has been felt, was sighted this afternoon off Sandy Hook. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BREVITIES. CREAM BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. fromthe: Professor of Chemistry, California College of Pharmacy. SAN FRANCISCO, JANUARY 14, 1889. I have made a careful analysis of a sample of Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder nurchaseU by me in open market. The results of my analysis show that the Cream of Tartar used in manufacture is pure, and that it does notcon- talu any foreign substances, such as Alum, Ammonia, Lime or other impurities. I consider it to be pure and wholesome, and in every r way superior article. W. T. WBNZELL. M. D. Ph. M., Ph. G. professor ot Chemistry in the Cala. Col. of University of California. John Bradley is expected here on the 27th, and it is thought he will take a hand in the campaign. That is what is said. Mrs. Dr. Trask of San Francisco, a daughter of the Hon. R. L. Horton, the Republican nominee for Controller, is a guest at the Riverside Hotel. General C. W. Booton will leave this evening for San Francisco, where he goes to purchase an extensive stock of dry goods, clothing, boots and shoes. Tbe General says he will be back in time to vote the straight Re- publican ticket. _ Above Mve to Hang. By Associated Press.] NEW OEI.EANB, Oct. Ma- tranga and Vincento Canusso, ar- rested a few days ago and released were arrested again to-day and com- mitted to the Parish Prison, charged with being accessories to the assassin- ation of Chief of Police Hennessy. From what can ba learned there is hardly any doubt but the five men who committed the crime and the villainous brains who gave birth to the foul plot are among those who are now in jail. One or two more of the conspirators are still at large, but it is only a question of time when they too will be behind the bars, and it is safe to say that when the trial couie.s up the police will be able to produce sufficient information to send the en- tire gang 'to the gallows. With PlHtoIs. By Cable and Associated Press.] PARIS, Oct. duel between Paul Deroulede andlleinach, growing out of a debate in the Chamber of Deputies yesterday relative to the action of the Government against the Boulangiste, in the course of which Deroulede insulted Reinach by de- scribing him as "that lackey of all took place this morning. The weapons used were pistols. Twenty-five paces were marked off by the seconds, and the principles took their positions. At the word, Reinach flred, but his ehot flew wide of the murk. Derou'.ede did not fire. Reinach's seconds then pro- posed that the duel be continued, but Deroulede declined to accede to the proposition._____ aiinen ana Mining Committee. By Associated Press.] PHILADELPHIA, Oct. Com- mittee on Mines and Mining of the i World's Columbian Commission is organized, and the first meeting will be held in Chicago on November 27th. It is proposed to have a building erected for the display of the products of the mines of the world. John W. Woodside of Philadelphia, the member of the committee repre- senting the Middle Atlantic and New England States, has issued a circular requesting all owners of mines or quarries and manufacturers of mining machinery who desire space for the proposed exhibits to communicate with him at 924 Arch street, Philadelphia, prior to November 15th.______ Hal four Accused of Contempt. By Cable and Associated Press.] TIPPF-RAKY, Oct. trial of the defendants for conspiracy was re- sumed to-day. During a discussion between counsel Dillon of the counsel for the defendants said he wished the tribunal before which the case was being tried was a superior instead of a Magistrate's Court, as he would then charge Balfour with contempt of court for his recent utterances at Newcastle. Michael O'Brien, a defendant, asked that a summons be issued against Balfour, compelling him to appear before the Court and state under oath what he bad said at Newcastle, but the Court declined to issue the sum- mons. Robbed and Deserted Witt. By Associated Press.l NEW YORK, Oct. W. Lewis, a broker, is locked up on a charge of swindling his wife out of a fortune by purchasing worthless stocks or pretending to do so. When he had reduced her to penury he left her, and detectives finally located him in Hart- ford. On the way back Lewis jumped from the train in the night whileKoing at the rate of 25 miles an hour. De- tective Von Gerichte leaped after and caught him. Both men were quite badly hurt. In a Well, By Associated Press.] GRASS VALLEY, Oct. Coro- ner returned last night from French Corral, where he held an inquest on the body of Herman Keith, found in a well at Kultltuau's hotel. Keith was drowned Monday night, the 13th inst., by falling into the well. The body was discovered last Saturday evening. Deceased had been drinking at a ical meeting the night he wasdrowned, and staggered into the well. TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. Bar silver, The man burned in the Telegraph House in Sacramento was John Col- lins, a blacksmith, 40 years of age. Kl'HMSHING GOODS. H ATS _ BOOTS 1890. FALL AND WINTER. 1891 -MY STOCK OK- For the Fall and Wintci Is now complete, consisting of the Finest and Mt- diuni Uradosol i's and Boy's Reno, October so, 1890, by Rev. T. P. Bradshaw, Elmer E. Seaton of Reno and Idess L. Boyd of Winne- mucca. BETTER THAN GOLD. RESTORED HER HEALTH. For 25 years I Buffered from bolls, eryslpclat ind other blood affections, taking during that lime great quantities of different medicines with- out giving mo any perceptible relief. Friends induced me to try S. B. S. It Improved me from the start, and after taking several bottles, re- stored my health far as I could hope for at ny which Is now seventy-five years. UBS. 8. M. LUOAS, Bowling Green, Ky. d and Skin Diseases moiled frco. SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Go. I took Cold, I took Sick, I 1OOK SCOTT'S EMULSION RESULT: I take My Meals, I take My Rest, AND I AM VIGOROUS ENOUGH TO TAKE ANYTHING I CAN LAY MY HANDS ON fcttiiic; lUt too. FOR Scott's mulsion of Pure Cod Liver Oil and Hvpophosphitesof Limeand Soda NOT ONLY CURED MY lllClp- icnt Consumption BUT BUILT ME UP, AND IS NOW PUTTING FLESH ON MY BONES AT THE RA.TB OF A POUND A DAY. I TAKE IT JUST AS EASILY AS I DO MILK." SUCH TESTIMONY IS NOTHING NEW. SCOTT'S EMULSION' IS DOING WONDERS- DAILY. TAKE NO OTHER. AND FURNISHING GOODS. FINE BEAVER OVERCOATS, Cliluchllls anil Kerseys. A largo assortment of Men's and Hoys' Fine Wool and Merino Underwear. A line line of Men's nnd Hoys' Wool and Cotton Largest and best line of HA-TS In the Stnto, also a full lino of JOHX B. STETSON CO.'S HATS. A Large Assortment of Men'? and Boys' Snspenders. The Finest Line of Men's French Kid and Buck Gloves In the Slate, hnd a fu'l lino of Wool-Wned Gloves Bini Mitts. Tie Finest Lint of Neclror anil Haniercliiels -------ALWAYS ON HAND.------- BOOTS AND SHOES -------IN KNDLKSS AT P1UCES THAT DEFY COMPETITION. Custom Made Pants Always OH Hand. IN BOYS' CLOTHING, We bavo the finest assortmont in till grndon, run- ning in price from upwards. HultM to .llt'uaure on HliortoMt Notice. ountry Orders will Receive Prompt Attention. JOHN SUNDERLAND, TAKE ADVANTAGE ........OF OUR........ GREAT PREMIUM SALE. Of our Now Stock of Dry Olostks Prices Lower than Ever. JOB PRINTING ......FOR...... Meef Shipments Sparks Tinnin ship cara of day to be Co., the Oakl twenty other Owen TparksA cars at the on the Tinnin also same time. Meadows. From the present outlook there will be nearly as many cattle fed here this winter as last. In a ttanie f The Young Men's Republican Club has been named the "J. P. Jones Club." What was the matter with calling it the Colcord Club and had it in opposition to the Winters Club? Making Citizens. Judge Fitzgerald yesterday natural- ized fifteen Italians, and not one ol them could speak hardly a word of English. By Cable and Associated Press.] LONDON, Oct. White Star Line steamer Teutonic, which cleared the bar at New York at A, M., October 15th, for Liverpool, was sig- nalled off Brow head at this morning. Tbe Inman Line steamer City of New York, which sailed for Liverpool the same day and crossed the bar four minutes ahead of the Teutonic, was signalled off the same point at this morning. A Cowardly Br Associated Press.] MEMPHIS, Oct. K. Peterson, an employe ef the Illinois Central, shot and killed his wife last night. Peter- son found his wife and M. 3. Maxwell together. The husband drew a. re- volver and fired twice at Maxwell, who drew the woman in front of him, and she received both bullets. This Office is prepared to do Campaign of 1890. Kecovered. By Associated Prew.1 PBOVIDENCE (B. Oct. body of the eon of Rear-Admiral Case, drowned at Bristol, was found this morning near where be sank. IN THE BEST STYLE for and for animal furnished OB desired. Special attention to printing Annual Reports for Cattle Companies UBTTEB HEADS, CARDS, .OPaS, Etc., printed with design ord eied. Cardfcoiurd OP ALL KINDS FOR SAiB AT oSable at the GAZBTTB Office. HON. R. K. COLCORD, Republican candidate for Governor, and HON. FRANCIS G. NEWI.ANDS Accompanied by HON. JOHN F. EGAN, Candidate Mate Treasurer, and HON. JOHN E. JONES, Candidate for Surveyor General, Will address the people of Nevada on the po- litical issues ol the campaign as follows. Hawthorne..............Thursday, Oct. Aurora..........................Friday, Oct. Candelaria.................Saturday, Oct. Greenfield..................Monday, Oct. Dayton.......................Tuesday, Oct. Silver City............Wedndsday, Oct. Sheridan..................Thursday, Oct. Genoa..........................Friday, Oct. 1 Virginia City............Saturday, Oc 11 Reno..........................Monday, Oct. 13 J Wadsworth................Tuesday, Oct. 14 WJnnemucca.........Wednesday, Oct. 15 Lovelock..................Thursday, Oct. Battle Mountain...........Friday, Oct. 17 Austin.......................Saturday, Oct. 17 Eureka.......................Tuesday, Oct. 21 Carlln...................Wednesday, Oct. 22 Eiko......................Thuraday, Oct. 23 Oct. 24 Paradise.....................Monday, Oct. 2? Carson..................Wednesday, Oct. 29 Gold HIH.................Thursday, Oct. SO County Committees in the several countien will please make the neceasary arrangements for the E. STROTHER. Chairman. F. C. LOUD, Secretary. PACIFIC BREWERY, lono Mi Works and Granite Kuloon. J. a. KERTl-I, Successor to George Becker. Boor by the Glass, Quart, Bottlo or Keg at shortest noticp. Lager Beer of the best qnallty always on hrmd. Orders from country receive prompt attention. Commercial How. Keno. Nevada. C. NOVACOVICH. H. I. BEKR BERRY MCOYICH, -----Wholesale and Rctnil Dealers in----- Groceries, Provisions, FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, Fish: and: Oysters In season. FRUITS Ol' KINDS, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Crockery. We carry n fine assortment GROCERIES. Commercial Row, Reno, Nevada. Reoo Livery Stable, JOHN POTHOFF, Prop'r OPPOSITK DKPOT. Livery and Feed Stable. First-clans turnouts at reasonable Transient Mtoclc CarefnUjr Pro vlded for. A Room, OR ROOMS KOR KKNT, NKAR TIJB bocK school house. Inquire of A. O, Potter, CAZKTTB office, for particulars. SPAPFRf SPAPFRf   

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