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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 22, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                HE BEST The RENO GAZKTTK Is awarded tho premium by the Nevada Slate Fair. VOL. XXX. DO NOT GO AWAY From homo for vour printing. Try the OAZKTTK offloo and have a cleai conscience. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1890. NO. MISCELLANEOUS. Will be paid to any competent chemlat who will find, on analysis, a particle of Mercury, Potash. or other potaona In Swift's Specific (3. B. 8.) AN EATING SORE Eeodenon, Tex., Aug. K, eigh- teen I hod on eating sore on my tongue. I was treated by tho local pbyidcUna, but obtained no relief, tho aoro growing worse. I concluded finally to 8. 8. 8.. and was entirely cared after using a few bottles. You have my cheerful permission to publish tho tbovo Btatcmcnt for tho bcncflt of tboso similarly afflicted." C. B. MoLxuonx, Ilendereon.Tex. TrtacUe on Blood and Skin Dtecaecs mailed free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC s ss H. LETER, THE BON TON TAILOR, Hn.i just received a Tine line of Foil goods, both FRENCH AND DOMESTIC. Suits made to order cheaper than ntiy other place Iti life city. A perfect fit guaranteed or no sale. VIRGINIA STRKI'.T, NKAR COMMERCIAL ROW, KlvNO. NliVADA. .josep FIFTY CENTS PER WEEK. "All classes of legitimate ad- vertisements, not exceeding six lines, inserted in tliis column for fifty cents per week. Pane Found. A CONTAINING TWO RAILROAD checks and money has been found. The owner can have It by applying to Harry Davis of the Arcade Sa'oon. octaitf For Sale. MY KESIDIvNCK ON SIKRRA STREET immediately north of the Opera House, one of the most desirable pi ices iti town and furuishtd with all modern improvements. ociStf D. AU.KN. Horse and Beokboard for Sale- T1IAVE A GOOD HOKSlv AND BUCK- board for sale cheap, apply at once to UKO. WKDKK1ND. For Rent. mWO LARGE, CONVENIENT ROOMS, JL furnished or unfurnished. Suitable for couple lor housekeeping. Inquire at this odlce. Invitation. To this grand and noble nation, Gifted with a rapidly progressing education To mechanic and scientific observation. Loyal and patriotic generation, Koud ol sensation, my humble invitation. To give my stock, an examination lit tny loca- tion. 130C OHO. KKOG. To Let for the 'Winter. PART OK, OR MY ENTIRE RKSI- A deuce, lurnislied. Apply at my olllcc m Sumlcrkuid'a building, DR. II. BERGSTEIN. To Let. milK STORK I'ORMKRI.Y OCCUPIED Jl by Son, aud a nice dancing hall, with two front offices, will be vacant after November 1st. Apply to WM. T: THOMPSON. Apply For Sale. KINK FAMILY CARRIAGE IIORSR, phaeton and harness for sale very cheap. at this office at oucc. hepiStf For Trade. AJ.OT OF GOOD HORSES AND CAT- Uo to trade for sheep. Apply thio olllce. ___ncplStf For Sale. ANEW HOUSE OK FIVE ROOMS, NEW Ij fnrshed; new well, lot fenced and set in irnit without furniture; easy terms. Inquire at Silvtr State ResUurant. sej D. McKISSMJK. Choice Residence Property FOR SALE, ONE HALK MILK FROM the Railroad Depot and one-fourth mile from the Stnte University. Water with the propertv. If you wish to make n home comt and see'me. fse2] B. K. JUEETE. Fine and Shoei. GO TO H. P. PAYOLA KOR FINE MENS ladles and boots and shoes Kine custom work a specialty, repairing neatly done. septltf Remember rfMIAT MRS. S. C. JUDD CARRIES THOSI _l beautiful fitting Madame McCabe Cor sets, the Ferris Waists, Rowlings' Shoulder Braces, White House Cook Book and Stanley's Africa. Call and examine the goods. Residence 3 doors north Opera House iy2awlo Brookina' Steam Candy Factory THE FIRST CANDY FACTORY IJ Reno. Fresh con ly every hour. Call am get prices of small quantities or by the barrel Wholesale prices same as San Francisco. C. J. BROOKINS. Sale. INDOW WEIGHTS ALWAYS ON hand and for sale at the meni lit UNION IRON WORKS. W RICH SILVER Reported to have been Made in Wisconsin. COSTLY BLAZE IN SAN FRANCISCO A Man Kills His Bride and Commits Suicide. The London Police Make a Baid on the Betting Clubs. A Mlckenitiff Hlulit. By Associated Press.] FREDERICKSBUKO Oct. information from Spotsylvania county says that in the neighborhood of Peaks a few days ago, a gentleman ivhile hunting in the backwoods came near a miserable hut, in which it was known lived a family of negroes. The tir was filled with a horrible stench and buzzards sat around in the trees. On investigation tlie bodies of two negro boys in H decomposed state were found in the hut. It seems they fought several days )reviotis and one killed the other, .vhile from the wound the other re- icived death resulted. A child in the had a collar bone broken and was n a critical condition, and another mule child, who was ill, wan so cruelly bandaged by a woman who had been n charge that the little fellow was uttering horribly. The negroes in jharge of the children have been ar- _ miver Mlue UiHt-ovcry. ly Associated Press.) WKST SUPERIOR (Wis.i Oct. Much excitement has been precipi- nted over the finding of a vein of silver about two miles from Fond Da .lie. Tho News says that a number of Superior people have become inter- ested in the scheme to develop the nine. The land on which the vein was discovered is situated on an island owned by J. B. Scoville. A party of )uluth and Superior speculators, w ith wo experienced explorers, left to-day to examine the locality and make fur- ,her tests of the quality and extent of ,he vein. Tho sample taken from the sland by Scoville has been examined jy experts and pronounced to be a ;ood grade of silver. A Han FranclHco Fire. Special to the SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 22. At an early hour this morning a lire broke out in the Mission Soap and Candle Works, owned by Max Morgenthau, on Sixteenth street, and, after destroy- ing the building and its contents, spread to the Pacific Mattrass Factory, owned by AYilliam Clark and Henry Black. Four cottages were also con- sumed, and Mrs. O'Connell, who oc- cupied one of the buildings, was taken out unconscious by an oflicer. The loss is about VlrllruM of IMNhoneMty. By and Associated Press.l LONDON, Oct. mooting of the creditors of Jumes II. Field Com- pany, the bankers who recent'y fled out of the country, was held to-day. The receiver announced that the total amount received from the assets of the firm was The meeting adopted a suggestion that the credi- tois subscribe u fund for the purpose of proving their title to against which a draft had been drawn and presented for payment in New York, but the payment of which was stopped. Short Speech. By Associated Press.] GALESHI-RCJ Oct. Reed made a short speech at the depot this morning to a large audience. He upheld strongly the policy of the Re- publican party, and was loudly cheered. Heavy Jewelry Mobuery. By Cable and Associated PARIS, Oct. a recent journey, Baroness Alphonso Roths- child was robbed of jewelry valued at francs. Natural CiiaH IHHcovery. By Associated Press.] FLORKNCK Oct. excitement prevails here over the dis- covery of seven miles from this citv. Bar silver, n 09. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. PERSONALS. K. C. Blossom of Battle Mountain is in town to-day. R. Sadler, Democratic Nominee for Lieutenant Governor, was inter- viewing Reno voters to-day. Senator Stewart, who is to speak at the Opera House to-night, arrived fiom Carson on the noon train. F. H. Rice, (with Folsom and Wells) returned this morning from a visit to his family in East Oakland, Cal, Mrs. Willard Shaft" left this morn- ing for Bishop Creek, where she goes visit her recently widowed mother, Irs. E. Mallory. Judge Rising, Republican nominee or District Judge, aud J. D. Torrey- on, the nominee of the same party or Attorney General, returned last veiling from tho eastern part of the tate. A IHnrderonH Luuatlr. By Associated Press KKWANNEB Oct. Ludermeyer, n young farmer, quar- reled with his biide of a few weeks regarding tho quantity of potatoes they should put in for winter. Luder meyer grow insanely angry, and seiz- ing a Winchester rifle shot his wife dead. He then put the muzzle of the rifle to his own head and blew his brains on-. _______ Mrooped by the felloe. By Cable find Associated Press.] LivKiu'OOL, Oct. before the race for the Cabridgeshiro stakes wan run to-day the police made a raid upon a number of betting clubs in this city and arrest 300 persons. Among the prisoners are some prominent citizens. CREA BAKING Pow MOST PERFECT MADE. STATE ASSAY OFFICE. 1 have analyzed DK. PRICE'S CRKAM BAKING POWDER IboiiRht by me in open market and have found it Iree from Alum and Ammonia and containing no deleterios Ingredients of any kind. It Imakes fine light bread, and I can recommend it to all wishing pure end wholesome food. IOUIS FAMCfiNATJ, formerly State Assayer, San Jan. 25, 1889. Night's Fire Alarm. The alarm of fire last evening was aused by some evil disposed miscre- nt, who set fire to a pile of hay be- onging to Mrs. John Harrington, on 'enter street, above Sixth. Prompt ction on the part of immediate neigh- ors quenched the flames before the rrival of the engine, which was moved s quickly as possible. Keno will never have an efficient re department until horses are pro- ided for moving her steamers. The >oys do all it is possible for men to do, jut pounds is too heavy for nen to handle. Three of Them Occur in One Day. SEVERAL ARE REPORTED KILLED And a Large Number ously Injured. Seri- Cord of TliankH. We desire to thauk all those Verdi and Keno friends who were so kind to is during the sickness and after the leuth of our beloved son. Charles proule. May life's burdens rest ightly on their shoulders, and may hey find us many kind friends, should Ulliclioii visit them, as we have dur- ng our hour of sorrow. JAMKS AND MACJOIE SPROUI.E. Verdi, October 22, 1890. Notice. RENO, Nov., Oct. 21, 1890. EDITOR GAZETTE: We, the mem- bers of the "Young Gulling desire to inform the young Democrats of Reno, between the ages of 14 and 17, to meet at the law oflice of Clarke t Jones, Thursday evening at 7 M. :o join our club. By order DWIOIIT V. JONKS, President. Jon MADDEN, Sec'y. "War Declared. A.maosr the Base- ball Players. Another Railroad Slaughter. By Associated Press.l CINCINNATI, Oct. disastrous collision occurred at o'clock this morning on the Cincinnati Southern Railroad in a tunnel a quarter of a mile north of Sloan Valley Station between freight and passenger trains. The latter left Cincinnati at 8 o'clock last evening. Another passenger train left Cincinnati an hour earlier. Both of these were held at Somerset, Ky., two hours or more on account of a freight wreck south of that place last night. When the track was clear the foremost Cincinnati train started out from Somerset first, and met and passed the passenger and tho north- bound freight safely. Then the other passenger started out. When the first Cincinnati train started out the crew of the freight appeared to overlook the fact that another was to follow, and they pulled out and started northward. Less than a quarter of a mile away they entered the tunnel, one-sixth of a mile long. In the most hopeless place trainmen ever mot death the engines of both trains dashed into each other. The cars took fire and a hor- rible conflagration ensued. No de- scription of the scene has yet been made, only the bare results being tele- graphed to the officials of the road here. Firemen Gould and Welch, brakeman John E. Montgomery, ex- press messenger Edward Ruftiner and the mail agent were killed. Engineers Taylor of the passenger train and Pim- lott of the freight train were badly burned. The baggagemaster was also injured, No were killed, and if any were injured their names are not yet ascertained. CINCINNATI, Oct. Paine, a commercial traveler, who had both legs crushed, has died. Mail agent Gayle is living, but badly burned. Mail agent C. L. Boegen is missing, and is supposed to have been burned to death. The delay to the passenger train by another wreck caused the mistake of the engineer and conductor of the freight train. Fortunately the pas- senger train had not entirely gone into the tunnel when the crash came, and the three sleepers which did not leave the track served as a means of escape for the passengers. All of the train except three sleepers was burned. of Honor. On the occasion of the Knights of Honor masquerade ball on Thanks- giving night the New Orleans Mardi Liras will be reproduced in miniature. Markers' tickets, each; spectators' tickets, 50 cents each. VOUDK Men, Attention, The members of the Yoang Men's Republican Club are requested to meet at their hall this evening at o'clock sharp for drill and evening parade. Don't forget to go and hear Senator Stewart speak to-night. Every Dem- ocrat should hear what he has to say. The First Step. Perhnps.'you are run down, can't eat, can't sleep, can't think, can't do anything to your satisfaction, and you wonder what ails you. You should heed the warning, you are talcing the first step Into Nervous Prostration, You need a nerve tonic, and in Electric Bitters you will find the exact remedy for restoring your nervous system to its normal, healthy condition. Surprising results follow the use of this great nerve tonic and 'alterative. Your appetite returns, good digestion is restored and the Liver and Kidneys resume healthy action. Try a bottle. Price soc, at Wm. Piuniger'a Drug Store. BaekJen'a Arnica Halve. The best salve In the world for cuts, bruises ores, ulcers, salt rheum, lever sores, chappe hands, chilblains, corns all skin eruptions and positively cures or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give jxrtect satisfaction, or money refunded. .Price as cen U per box. Fo by Wm.Pinniger. Still Another Slaughter. By Associated Pre.ss.J KANSAS CITY, Oct. serious wreck occurred this morning on the Union Pacific near Armourdale. Nine persons were seriously injured and an engineer fatally. An east-bound freight which leaves the depot before the Union Pacific passenger train was delayed near the scene of the acci- dent, and, as there was a very heavy fog, i laced torpedoes on the track to warn the following train. The passen- ger engineer, warned by the torpedoes, stopped, and before a flagman could be sent back to warn the east-bound Rock Island train crashed into the Pullman sleeper of the Union Pacific train. The Rock Island en- gine was a complete wreck, and the engineer was buried under the debris. The fireman jumped, but received severe injuries. The damage is esti- mated at The following were injured: Pat Cullen, an engineer will die; John Cuff, a fireman, frac- tured jaw and internal injuries; Ed- ward Jackson both legs broken; J. H. Grayson, Pullman con- ductor, ankle sprained and bruised; J. F. Kinney of Chicago, bruisec about the back; J. A. Lapschire of Lincoln, Neb., knee badly cut; John Driscoll of Asquaka, Kan., leg broken; C. J. Averie of Springfield, 111., specia! agent of the Census Bureau, back sprained and bruised. The injure er cent, of the receipts may be de- voted to this purpose. Companies to bo known as Fenian Volunteer" are ,o be held in readiness to assist the Unitad States in case of a foreign war. The following council was elected: George Smith, Chairman, Captain Driscoll, John Dowling, Francis Rea, B. O'Hara, Thomas Sampson, Ed. Whalen, James Barrett and Roderick J. Ryan. John N. Murphy was elected Treasurer. FURNISHING GOODS, HATS HOOTS AND SHOKS. 1890. FALL AND WINTER. 1891 -MY STOCK OK For tlic Fall and Winter Is now complete, eoiiBlsvliiK of the Finest and Me- dium Urndi'sol Men's and Boy's Clothing, AND FURNISHING GOODS. FINE BEAVEli OVERCOATS, Clilnchllla and Kerseys. A largo assortment of Mon's and Hoys' Fine Wool and Merino Underwear. A lino lino of Men'8 Hoys' Wool ami Cotton Largest mul best lino of HLA.TS In tho Stnto, also a full lino of JOHN 1J. A CO.'S HATS. A Large Assortment of Men's and Boys' Suspenders. The Finest Line of Men's French Kid and Buck Gloves In the Stale, Mid n fuM lino of Wool-Lined Glove.s and Mitts. Tie Finest Line of Neckwear -------ALWAYS ON HAND.- BOOTS AND SHOES AT ------IX KNDLKSS PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION. Fryer's Abictine, natures remedy, obtained by distilling and exudation from the Abie tine tree found only in the Sierras of Calilor- nia. C. B. King ot Stockton, Cal., says: "I have used Abietine for cuts, scalds, burns, bruises, etc., found it efficacious In every instance." The genuine and original bears of D. F. FRYEK. Sold by Wm. Pinmger. Custom Made Pants Always On Hand. IN Wo Imvo the finest assortment in all grades, run- ning in price from upwards. .llnlc to .llottHui-c on HltortPNt Notice. will Receive Prompt Aiicution. ountry Orders will Receive Prompt JOHN SUNDERLAND, TAKE ADVANTAGE ........OF OUll........ OREAT PREMIUM SALE Of our New Stock of Dry Groocls Oloa 1 Prices Lower than Ever. s Ilaseball By Associated Press.] NKW YOKK, Oct. All appear- ances indicate the chances for an am- icable settlement of the baseball trou- bles are smaller than ever. The inde- pendent felling which existed yester- day among the members of the various conference committees has been strengthened and lias become a deter- mination to stand by the course al- ready outlined by each committee, It is admitted that the present state o) affairs is due to the action of tho players in forcing their way into the i conference committee of the Players' League. The question asked by all i this morning at the meeting was whether the National Leagne would confer with players Ward, Ilanlon and Irwin. The conference committ'M of the National League said they would not, and the capitalists of the Players' League said they would not enter into any such conferences. During the morning the various committees held private conferences, the result of which could not be ascertained. Campaign of 1890. Transactions. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Oct. offer- ings of silver to the Treasury to-day amounted to ounces. The amount purchased was ounces, as follows: Fifteen thousand ounces at 09K, at 09H, at at fl mill By Associated Press.] COLUMBUS, Oct. The Senate was in session only a few minutes, when a recess was taken in order to forestall a move in favor of taking up a bill to abolish the Cincinnati Board of Equal- ization. A Competent Person. EITHER A YOUNG MA.V OR find employment by addressing P.O.Box 561, Reno, Nevada Must under- stand something about accounts, write a good legible hand, learn to be, if they are nut al- ready, proficient in operating a Hammond typewriter. Reference exchanged and par- ticulars given on application, oczaw JLON. 11. K. COLCOKD, Republican candidate for Governor, nml HON. FRANCIS G. NEWT.AXDS Accompanied by HON. JOHN F. EG AN, Candidate jfor State 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. Candelarla.................Saturday, Oct. Greenfield..................Monday, Oct. Dayton.......................Tuesday, Oct. Silver City............Wedndsday, Oct. Sheridan..................Thursday, Oct. Genoa..........................Friday, Oct. 10 Virginia City............Saturday, Ocl. 11 Reno..........................Monday, Oct. 13 Wadswortb................Tuesday, Oct. 14 Wlnnemucca.........Wednesday, Oct. 15 Lovelock..................Thursday, Oct. 10 Battle Mountain...........Friday, Oct. 17 Austin.......................Saturday, Oct Eureka.......................Tuesday, Oct Carlin...................Wednesday, Oct Elko.....................Thursday, Oct. 23 Tuscarora.....................Friday, Oct. 24 Paradise....................Monday, Oct. 27 Carson.................Wednesday, Oct. 29 Gold Hill.................Thursday, Oct. 30 County Committees in the several will please make tlic necessary arrangements for the meetings. K, STROTHER. Chairman. P. C. Secretary. PACIFIC BREWERY, Itcno ftodii Works and Granite Saloon. J. Or. KERT.H, .Successor to George Itrckcr. Beer by tho Glass, Quart., Uotflo or Keg at shortest Ueerof Die bent qnallty always on haml. Orders from tlio country prompt attention. Commercial How. Heiio. C. NOVACOVICH. H. I. DI'.KK BERRY MACOYICII, ------Wholesale and Retail Denlcrs in------ Groceries, FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, Fish and: Oysters In Mason. FRUITS Ol< AM, KINDS, Wines, Cigars, Tobacco, Crockery. We carry a fiuc assortment of FANCY GKOCKKIF.S. Commercial Row, Reno, Nevada. 17 ,21 ,22 Reno Livery JOHN POTUOFF, 1'rop'r OI'POSITK UKI'OT. Livery and Feed Stable. First-clam tui nouU at reasonable Trannlent tttoek Carefnllj- vlded for. Pro MI A Pleasant Room, OR ROOMS I'OR KENT, NUAR TUB school house. Inquire of A. O. Poiter, GAZETTE office, for particulars. NEWSPAPER! IEWSPAPER!   

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