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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 24, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                THE BEST PRIXTIStt, i 'Jbu REWO is awarded iho premium by the Jtevsrin Slate Fair. DO SOT GO AWAY From home for your printing. Try the GAZRTTE office and have a conscience. VOL. XXX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, OCTOBEK 24, 1890. NO. 2 MISCELLANEOUS. H. LETER, THE BON TON TAILOR, Has just received a fine line of Fall gcxxls, both FRENCH AND DOMESTIC, Suits made- to order cheaper than any other place In the city. A perfect lit guaranteed or liu sale. VIRGINIA STKKKT, NKAR COMMERCIAL KUW, KKN'O, NEVADA. FIFTY CENTS PER WEEK. clasees of legitimate ad- vertisements, not exceeding six lines, inserted in this column for iiily cents week. Notice. rtAMK ON" MY I'RKMISKS ABOUT OC- tuber jst, one dark red cow. Owner will prove property, pay charges and take her away. C. 11. RUI.ISON, Reno. [2ioctlw In New York City and Vicinity. SPEAKFR REED IN CHICAGO. Balfour to Make a Trip Through Ireland. Pane Found. APUKSK CONTAINING '1 WO RAILROAD checks and mo'U-y has been iouud. Tlie owner can have it by applying to Harry Davis o( the Arci-de Saloon. octzuf For Sale. MY KKS1DKNCK ON SIICRRA STRKKr immediately north ofthe Opera HOUM.-. one of llie most desirable pi tees in town and Inrui.sti.U with all modern improvements. ocistf U. nl.LUN. Invitation. To this grant! alui noble nation, ('.illed with a rapidly progressing education To mechanic nnd scientific observation. Loyal and patriotic generation, Fund ol sensation, my humble invitation. To give my stock an examination at my loca- tion, l.ioc GKO. KKOG. To Let for the Winter. APART Ol', OK MY KNT1RK RKril- deuve, lurnisliL-d. Apply of my oUlce in Snnderlund's builuing. occtf H. I1KRGSTKIN. For Sale. AI'INH HAMII.Y CAKKIACK IIORSK, phaeton ami harness lor sale very Apply at this oUice at once. svpiStt For Trade. A LOT OK GOOD HOUSES AXD CAT- tlo to trade 1'or uhoup. Apply at this olllvo. ___._________________m'li.Stf Choice Residence Property FOR ONIC UAI.K MILK FROM the Railroad Depot and one-fourth mile Irom the St'tte University. with the property. If you wish to make a home come and see me. fsea] U, 1'. LKLCTK. Fine Boots and Shoes. 1 O TO II. H. 1-AVOLA KOR FINK MKNS VT latties and childrens and shoes. I'ine custom work a specialty, repairing neatly done. septltf Remember ri'HAT MRS. S. C. JUDD CARRIKS THOSK J ucautillil fitting Madame McCabe Cor- sets, the Waists, Rawlings' Shoulder Unices, White House Cook Hook ami Stanley's Africa. Call and examine the goods. Residence 2 doors north Opera House _________________oc.If_______________ Broobins' Steam Candy Factory mi IE F1KST CANDY FACTORY IN X Reno. Hrcsh candy every hour. Call and get prices of snialltiuantitiesor bythe barrel. Wholesale prices same as San Francisco. C. J. BROOKINS. For Sale. INDOVV WKIOHTS ALWAYS ON Hand and for sale at the mchutl UNION IRON WORKS. W Republican Meetings, Campaign oi 1890. HON. II. F. BARTINE, Republican Candidate for Representa- tive in Congress, Will address thu people of Norms cm tho political Issues or tho cnmpnlgji as fol- lows: Wells........................Saturday, Oct. 11 C'liorry Creek............Monday, Oct. 13 Kly........................... Tuesday, Oct. M 1'ioclit'.....................Thursday, Oct. 10 I'liimca........................Friday, Oct. 17 Hamilton..................Monday, Oct. 20 Kureka.....................Tuesday, Oct. 21 Tybo........................ThurHday, Oct. 23 liolmont..................... Friday, Oct. 24 Austin.....................Saturday, Oat. 25 Winnoimiucu ............Monday, oct. 27 Lovelock.................. Tuesday, Oct. 28 KODO....................Wednesday, Oct. Virginia City............Tuesday, Oct. 30 Dayton........................Friday, Oct. 31 Genoa.....................Saturday, Nev. 1 Carson City..............Monday, Nov. Conntv Committees in the several conn- ties will please make the iccesuary ar- rangements for i he meetings. E. STIIOTHEU, Chairman. F. C LOKD, Secretary. oclo The Half-Mile Trotting Record Broken To-day. A Violent !StOMli. Ily Associated Press. 1 NKW YORK, Oct. 1M. New York WHS pelted last night and to-day with one of the most jiitileHH storms which it has endured in many days. A fierce northeasterly drove a heavy rain in almost horizontal sheets, rendering umbrellas of little use, and the wind throughout tho night rattled signs and shutters till unbroken sleep became well nigh impossible. This morning stories of damage along tlie coast begun to come in, but it is feared tho worst will not be known until to-morrow. Along the New Jersey coast tho wires are re- ported down and several vessels are ashore, while others have been driven from their cnirse. A very high tide resulted from the storm. Several small boats were capsized off Long Branch, but their occupants were res- cued. Tho marine wires that are strung between this cily and Sandy Hook parted at midnight, and to-day the members of the Marine Exchange hud to depend upon a single wire from the quarantine station at Staten Island. The storm did considerable damage in Brooklyn. A four-story buildinc in course of construction on llalsey street was blown down, and John Lindsay, a passer-by, was buried in the ruins. Ilin injuries are thought to be fatal. Japanese Special to the GAZUTTK.! SAX FUANCIKCO, Oct. 24. The steamship City of Peking, from China and Japan, brings advices that the survivors of the wrecked Turkish frigate Krtrogroul are to be sent home on two Japanese men-of-war. The excitement in Japan over the treaty revision has somewhat quieted down, but precautions are still being taken for tho safety of foreigners. No date has been fixed for tho open- ing of the Imperial Diet in November. Tlie Government nomiDOns have been appointed to the House of Peers. Tlie cholera is gradually disappear- ing, ami Yokohoma is said to he prac- tically free from it. There have been cases aud deaths up to October 7th. Ensign Kumsey of the United States steamship Swatara was accidentally drowned at Yokohoma on the 27th of August. The United States steamship Omaha left for Corea on October 4th. A 1'erHounl InvrMtlgution. Ily Cable and Associated Press. 1 Di'BU.v, Oct. 24. Bui four, Chief Secretary of Ireland, has started on a tour through the western counties, in which the alleged distress prevails in consequence of a failure of the potato crop, to make a personal investigation as to the truth of that statement. He will also ascertain the most favorable route for a railway from Ballyghaderon to Castleiea, with a view to building a line to give em- ployment to the needy if the situation demands it. Dll. H. II. HOG AN, And other local speakers and candidates will address the people of Washoe county at vari- ous points, as follows: HurTaker's School......Tuesday, Oct. 28 Glendale..................Thursday, Oct. 30 Wadsworth..................Friday, Oct. 31 By order of the County Central Committee- H. BKRGSTKIX. Chairman. P. K. MULCAHY, Secretary. A siiictdeii Oenih. By Associatc'-l Press. 1 MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 24. A. II. Har- ris, a prominent Montana mine owner, died very suddenly at the West Hotel last night. He had ordered his sup- per sent to his room and soon aflcr lie was found dead in his chair. It is thought heart disease was the cause of his death. He had been spending ix large part of the summer in Minne- apolis on business connected with his mines. HpeJkkor In Chicago. By Associated Press.! CHICAGO, Oct. 24. Speaker Reed arrived here this morning from Wa- terloo, Iowa, and was met at tho depot by the officials of the Union League Club, who escorted him to the Grand Pacific Hotel, where an informal re- ception was held. He will deliver an address here this afternoon. Call at this office for your job work. Record Broken. By Associated Press.] CAMUKIDOE Oct. 24. The stallion Nelson yesterday trotted the fastest half-mile 011 record. The first quarter was made in and the second in the fastest quarter on record, making the half-mile in or at the rate of a mile in 2 :06. The Ohio By Associated Press.] COLCMBUS, Oct. House this morning the Committee of the Whole entered upon the consideration of tho non-partisan bill for a Board of Improvements at Cincinnati to be appointed by the Mayor, and at 1 p. M. the committee reported the bill back to the Honse, and it was read a third time. It was then passed. Bar silver, fl 05. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ATTRACTING ATTENTION. Xevatln Vegetables Looked for by a Newcastle Firm. The following letter was received here yesterday morning, and explains NKYVCASTLE, Cal., Oct. 22, 1890. Coffin MKN: We have noticed some very line vegetables that were grown in your State. Will yoxi have the kindness to write us on receipt of this letter what you could furnish first-class cauli- flower per dozen for. We are desirous of sending a few dozen to the States and Territories in order to test their shipping qualities. If everything proved satisfactory we would of course have you send by express direct from Heno. We will have to acknowledge that those we examined to-day were the largest that we have ever seen. Yours truly, W. J. WILSON SON. HREV1T1ES. Local and General Intelligence. Read the 50-cent ad. of a stray cow. Patronize Marcus Fredrick's Com- mercial Kow stand for all the best brands of tobacco, cigars and cigar- ettes. trains continue to ar- rive at Ogden several hours late and the C. P. folks are unable to make up their lost time between that place and San Francisco. All who attended last evening's candidates' party at Glendale report having had a royal good time. Every- thing passed off pleasantly and to the entire satisfaction of everybody. "Weak and weary" describe the condition of many people debilitated by the warm weather, by disease or overwork. Hood's Sarsaparilluis jnat the medicine needed to build up and strengthen the body, purify and quicken the sluggish blood, and re- PEHSONALS. Hon. W. J. Westerfield of Dayton was in town this morning. Johnny Belz returned this morning from a visit to San Francisco. Messrs. Fitzgerald and Dorscy, Democratic candidates for District Judges, went to Verdi to-day. Mrs. J. E. Crooks and little daugh- ter arrived on this morning's overland and are visiting Mrs. R. L. Fulton. W. S. Baily left Reno yesterday for Nebraska, where he went to purchase hogs for the Reno and Virginia market. Judge Thomas II. Wells, Republi- can candidate for District Judge, ar- rived last evening from Pioche, where he has recently been holding court. A. O. V. W. The Pioche Eecord of the 18thinst, says: An order of the A. O. TJ. W. was instituted here last Monday week, with 25 charter members. The Lodge is called the Pioche Lodge No. 26, A. O. U. W. The following officers were installed by J. R. Hoag, D. G. M. W.: John R. Cook, P. M. W.; T. E. Edwards, M. W.; C. E. Goodrich, Foreman; A. J. Clark, Overseer; H. E. Freiidenthal, Recorder; Max Schuefer Financier; Geo. B. Warren, Receiver; T. Lyshon, I. W.; E. L. Godbe, O. W.; C. E. Newill, Guide. Notice to the Public, On the occasion of the joint discus- sion between the Hon. Geo. W. sidy and Hon. H. F. Bartine at Me" Kissick's Opera House on Oct. 29lh, no children will be admitted. The discussion will begin promptly at M. By order J. F. KMMITT, Chairman Rep. Co. Cen. Com. H. BEHQSTEIN, Chairman Dem. Co. Cen. Com. td Duly Authorized. Messrs. P. J. Kelley and P. L. Flanigan are authorized to solicit and receive subscriptions for the liquida- tion of the debt on the Reno Catholic Church. All donations will be duly acknowledged. REV. M. KIELY, Rector. Reno, Oct. 24, 1890. Coroner's Intinest. The verdict of the Coroner's jury over the remains of L. Torgerson, found dead in his bed on Center street last Tuesday morning, was that deceased was a native of Norway, 56 years of age, and that he came to his death from natural causes. Tim First step. Perhaps'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 nre taking 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 iti normal, healthy condition. Surprising results follow the use of this great nerve tonic and alterative. Your appeti'e returns, good digestion is restored and the Liver and Kidneys resume healthy action. Try a bottle. Price 500, at Win. Pinniger's Drug Store. A Mnre Care for Piles. Itching Piles are known by moisture, like perspiration csaeing Intense Itching when warm. This form, as well as blind, bleed- Ing and protruding, yield at once to Dr. BoBauko's File remedy, which acts directly on the ports affected, absorbs tumors, al- lays Itching and effects a permanent care. I GOc. DmgKlBto ormall; treatise free. Dr. Plqua, O. Sold by S. J. Hodg- Unaon. apS A Gigantic Conspiracy Nipped in the Bud. THE PKSmiYS MURDER CASE, Several Captives Able Prove an A'abi. Th.e Seaman's TJnion Struggle to Besrin Soon. Will Soon Commence. Dy Cable and Associated Press.] LONDON, Oct. Secretary of the National Seaman's Union expects the struggle between the ship owners and the Union will commence next week. The keepers of sailors board- ing houses are assisting the ship own- ers by prevailing upon a largo number of men to desert tho Union. In accordance with an agreement recently made between the Allan Steamship Company anil the grain men in their employ in London, all questions in dispute between them were to be referred to arbitrators for settlement. The arbitrators have given their decision, but the men have refused to be bound by it, and have again gone on a strike. The company to which these men belong w ill be held answerable for any damages the com- pany may sustain through the refusal of the men to accept the award of tho arbitrators. A general crisis between the ship owners and their employes is ap' proaching. Kipped In tho Kurt. By Cable and Associated Press.] LONDON, Oct. Johnson, an artist, and John Phillips, an art dealer, were arraigned in the Mansion House Police Court to-day, charged with being implicated in a conspiracy to forge letters of credit upon the bunking firm of Dresol, Morgan Co. The existence of the conspiracy was revealed to the police by a man named Tregheiui, who testified at the hearing to-day that he met Phillips in Rotterdam and came to London with him. The witness said he had seen the prisoners making fraudulent let- ters of credit. Tho accused were re- manded. The conspiracy is gigantic. Accomplices of the forgers have been arrested at Liege, Madrid and Mar- seilles. The tools used in making the letters of credit were found in John- son's possession. ________ K.11IC4 HIM Man. By Associated Press.) CHICAGO, Oct. morning Thomas McCaffrey, a bar-tender, shot and killed Robert O'Brien in a saloon. The shooting was the outcome of an old fued between the two men. The murdered man was formerly con- nected with the advertising depart- ments of several newspapers on the Pacific Coast, and the Globe Demo- crat and Post Dispatch, and had amassed considerable wealth. They had been drinking together and got into a quarrel. It is said O'Brien assualted McCafl'rey with a jug, when the latter drew a revolver and shot O'Brien through the head. McCaf- frey was arrested. O'Brien had been drinking heavily of late. The Silver By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Oct 24. The amount of" 'silver offered to-day was ounces. The amount purchased was ounces ut 05. The Director of the Mint to-day made the following announcement: "Notice is hereby given that the Treasury Department having pur- chased over ounces of silver during the month, further purchases will be suspended until the first Mon- day in November." ___ A Duel With Iron Kara. By Associated Press.] NEW YORK, Oct. 24. Joseph Wood. 35 years old, and Carl Barg, 40, fought a duel this afternoon with iron bars in a blacksmith shop. Tho battle ended only when both sank to the ground with fractured skulls. They were remove'd to the hospital uncon- scious. ArreMtod on By Associated Press.] CHICAGO, Oct. 24. Six men are in custody on suspicion of having been the murderers of Michael at Desplaines on Wednesday night. Three of them have proven alibis, and the others claim to know nothing whatever of the affair. _ The California Campaign. Special to the LATHBOP Oct. Senator Stanford, Mrs. Stanford and Thomas Fitch the sil ver-tongued orator, passed through here this afternoon for Fresno, the Senator and Mr. Fitch, will address the people to-night. ,V Wolf and Lamb By Cable and Associated Press.) TIPPEKAHV, Oct. have been served upon Harrison, a member of the House of Commons, Midiut-1 O'Brien Dalton, one of the defendants in the conspiracy case, and a number of others on the charge of assaulting the police at tho time of the opening of the conspiracy trial. The trial on this charge will take place before the Assizes, but a preliminary hearing will be had before the ordinary court of petty sessions. The action of the Crown in answer- ing the case trom the magistrate's summons originally issued to the As- sizes, caused renewed excitement. Father Humphreys, one of the con- spiracy cases, and who was yesterday sentanced to pay a fine of .C-0 or stand committed six months for assault- ing a policeman's wife, made an ap- plication for u summons against Bal- totir, but the magistrate refused to issue the summons. KUUMSIIING GOODS. HATS BOOT.S AND SHOES. 1890. FALL AND WINTER, 1891 Niirreiidi-r. Uy Cable and Associated Press.) Oct. 24. The Sultan of Witu hits refused to sin render to the British uuthories or afford redress for the recent massacre, but, on the con- trary, is actively preparing for hostili- ties. Hundreds of tho natives from the surrounding tribes are adhering IUH Rtamhird, and fighting is almost inevitable. HerlouM 1'eurfd. By Associated Press.] VKKS.UU.KS Oct. 24. Senator Blackburn, it is now feared, is sutler- ing from dangerous internal injuries in consequence of the runaway acci- dent yesterday. He is very sick this morning, and his friends fear the out- come. At best he has probably lost. the use of bis left arm entirely. Associated Press.) JoiixsTows Oct. Alboit AV. Oximrd, treasurorof the JohnMown Lumber Company, disappeared days ajjo. An examination of his books showed a largo dicrepancy. The shortage will reach at least A llnllronu By Associated Press.] BOSTON, Oct. 24. A long (session of the Directors of the Santa FeKailroad was held to-day. An adjournment was made this afternoon, but no in- formation was given about the action of the meeting. Hardly nn Accident. By Associated Press. J CoNfOKWiA Oct. 24. This morning A. C. croft, at one time Sheriff, shot through the heart. Yesterday lie tuok out two accident policies 011 his life for 000, good for 24 hours. _ _ A Town Hurtled. By Associated Press.] BOSTON, Oct. 24. A dispatch from East Pcpperell, Mass., says the entire business portion of the town is burned. Loss, _ I'nvins Ittirucil. By Cable and Associated Press.] PARIS, Oct. The shops of the Good Paving Company wen- .burned to-day. Loss, Decline In tlie Price of Silver. By Cable and Associated Press.] AMKTKRUAM, Oct. 24. Tlie price of silver has declined from 87 to 86 guildes per kilo. _ A Michigan Central Itnllrond Km jilo.ve WiiiM Ilia CUHR After Mevcn Yearn Content. Wbtlu cmploped at agent of the Michigan Central Kallroad Compuny, at Mich., my kidneys became diseased, nnd from nn Impovlshed and impure stain of tho blood, my general health was entirely undermined. I consulted the leading pliy- slcions ol thla citj nnd Ann Arbor, and all pronounced my case Bright's disease. In October last I began taking Hlbbard'n Itlieumatto Syrnp, and am to-day a well man. It affords mo plcaanro to render suffering humanity any good that I can, and 1 wish to Bay that 1 think It Is tlie heat blood, kidney nnd liver medicine In the world. K. L.UIZILKUK, agent JI. C. K. H., Albion, Mich. Sold by S. J. Ilodgklnson. Prepared only by the Wright Medicine Company, Detroit, Mich. _ ___ Fryer's Abietine, natures remedy, obtained by distilling and exudation from the Able tine tree found only in the Sierras of Calilor- nia. C. U. King ol Stockton, Cal., says: "I have used Abietine for cuts, burns, bruises, etc., found it efficpcious in every instance." The nine and original bears the fac-seinile signature of D. KKYKK. Sold by Win. Pinniger. Truckce. Cal., Oct. 23, 1890, Mrs. Andrew Toft, a native of Germany, aged 33 years. [Kuneral to-morrow (Saturday) at 2 p. M. Reno friends of the deceased invited to at- tend.] With your name and address, mailed to the Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga., la necessary to ohtain an interesting treat- ise on the blood and the diseases incident to it. SS S Skin Eruption Cored. One of mr customers, a highly and iDQnentUl citizen, but who is now from the city, baa used Swift's Specific with excellent result. He says It cured him of a skin eruption that he hod been tormented with for thirty years, and had resisted the curative qualities of many other medicines. BOBBBT Cixoo, Draggtot, Folia City, Hub, ------MY STOC'K OK- For the Fall and Winter Is now complete, consisting of the Firett and illum Grades ol ins and Hoy's AND FURNISHING GOODS. FINE BEAVER OVERCOATS, Chinchilla anil A Inrge assortment of Men's ami Boys' Fine Wool and Merino Underwear, A HUH line of Men's nml Hoys' ;mcl Cotton Largest ami best line of H.A.TS In tho Stato, also a full lino of JOHN K. STETSON fc CO.'S HATS. A Large Assortment of Men's and Boys' Suspenders. The F inest Line of Men's French Kid and Buck Gloves In the State, a full lino of Wool-Lined Gloves and Tlie Flint Lie of Neckwear -ALWAYS ON HAND.- BOOTS AND SHOES -IN KNDLICSS AT PIUCES THAT DEFY COMPETITION. Custom Made Pants Always On Hand. IN BOYS' CLOTHING, We bavo tho assortment in all grades, run- ning in price from upwards M to .HcaMurc on HliortvHt Xotlce. oiinlry Orders will Receive Prompt Attention, JOHN SUNDERLAND, TAKE AD V ANTAG ........OF OUll........ fJREAT PREMIUM SALE. Of our New Stock of Dr-y Prices Lower than Ever. PACIFIC BREWERY, lleno Koda Works and Granite Saloon. GK to George Becker. Beer by the Glass, Quart, Bottle or Keg at shortest notice. J.uger Uccr of the best quality always on hand. Orders from the country receive prompt attention. Commercial Itoiv. llvno. X Jyl2tf C. NOVACOVICH. H. J. BRRR BERRY MACOVICII, -----Wholesale aud Retail Dealers in----- Groceries, Provisions, FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, Fisb: aud: Oysters In season. FRUITS 01- ALL KINDS. Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Crockery. We carry .1 fiiK: assortment of I'ANCY CROCKRIKS. Commercial Row, Reno, Nevada. Reno Livery Stable, JOHN POTHOFF, OI'POSITK DEPOT. Livery and Feed Stable, turnouts nt reasonable prices. Transient Wtocit Carefully fro vlded for. sei A Pleasant Room, OR ROOMS FOR RUNT, NKAR Till', bricic school house. Inquire ol" A. O. Potter, CAZETTK office, for particulars. Campaign of 1890: JIOX. H. K. COLCOHU, Republican candidate for Governor, ami IIOX.FJtANCIS G. NKWLAXDS Accompanied by HON. JOHN F. EGAX, Candidate Stale Treasurer, and 11ION. JOHN E. JONES, Candidate for Surveyor General, Will address tlie people of Nevada on the po- litical issues ol the campaign as follows: Hawthorne..............Thuroday, Oct. 2 Aurora..........................Friday, Oct. 3 Cundcilaria.................Saturday, Oct. 4 Greenfield..................Monday, Oct. G Dayton.......................Tuesday, Oct. 7 Silver City............Wednesday, Oct. 8 Sheridan..................Thursday, Oct. 0 Oonoa..........................Friday, Oct. 10 Virginia City............Saturday, Oct. 11 Renp..........................Monday, Oct. 13 Wadsworth................Tuesday, Oct. 14 Wlnnemucca.........Wednesday, Oct. 15 Lovelock..................Thursday, Oct. Battle Mountain...........Friday, Oct. 17 Austin.......................Saturday, Oct. 17 Eureka.......................Tuesday, Oct. 21 Carlin...................WedneHday, Oct. 22 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 pevernl counties will plc.iae make the ueceasary arrangements for the meetings. H. STROTHUR Chairman. C. Secretary. lEWSFAPESr EWSFAPESl   

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