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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 25, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                1HE BEST PRINTUM, he RENO GAZKTCE, In awarde iho pronaiuno by the Netartn Slate Fair. VOL. XXX. (JO AIVAV From homo f-ir printing. Try tho GAZKTTK office and have a clonr cutiHcirnce. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER -5, NO, His MISCKLLAXKOUS. H. LEfER, THE BOM TON TAILOR, just received a fine line of Tall goods both A FRENCH AND DOMESTIC. Suits made to order cheaper than any other place in lilt. ut> A ptrfu.1 lit gunrnuteulor no STk KUU, n.r, NKAK RJ.NO, Ni, Who was Found with Her Throat Cut. PRICE OF SILVER DECREASING. FIFTY CKNTS PER WEEK. "All classes of legitimate ad- vertisements, not exceeding six lines, inserted in this column for {illy centa per week. Notice. CAMH OV MY I'KOUSKS ABOUT Ol. lober ist, out. dark red cou. Owiu-'' will property, pay and take her aw.iy. t_ II RLI.ISON, KcilO. ['iloc.IH Wm. Blaney Convicted Killing His of Members of the Iron and Steel Institute Entertained. Parse Found. A I1 URSI'. CUM 1 WO RAILROAD chtckB anil mo icj hns been louud The owner can h.ue It by applying to Harry is of the Alcadi Saloon (Ktzilf For Sale. MY RKslIM-.NCh ON S1KKRA STRhl.r immediately north of tlic Opera House oneofchc most tit ir.ible piicts in town and fnruishdl with ail modern ouMf D. Invitation. To this ,tmt noble nation, vMth a rapidly progressing education i o luech UIH. and scientific observation. I.oyal and patriotic geuer.itio.l, I ond o! sciiMition, ni> humble invitation To in> stock an examination at my loca- tion. Jjoc (.I'O KROG To Lot for the Winter. Al'XKf O1-, OK MY 3N11RI. Kl.SI deuce, lurtnshed Apply nt m> olllec in siindcrKind s hitiU.ing. ocdtf H. For Sale. AI'INi: FAMILY CARRlXGi; IIORsI' phaeton .mil li irnesslot saleverj cheap Appl> at this ulhce .it once sep.Stt For Trade. A LOT OK GOOD IIOKShS AND CAT- tlo to trutlu lor sheep. Applj at (hie olllcc. Choice Residence Property FOR OXi: HAI.K MII.i: I ROM the Railroad Wepot undone fuuith mile from the btHte r with the propcrtv. If yon wish to make a home come incl sec me. li. Fine Boots and Shoes. 1O TO 11. I' I'AVOLA 1 OR I INK MI'.Nb ladles and childrcus boots niul shoes 1-iiie custom work a specialty, repairing neatly done septltf ri' J Remember A I" MRS. s c. JfDU CARRIKS TIIOSi: beautiful httiiix Mndalue McCabe Cor sets, the Ferris Wnistx, Rowlings' shoulder llraces, White House Cook Hook and Staiilt} s txxjk Darkest Atrica Call and examine the goods. Residence 2 doors north Opera House ix tf Brookins' Steam Candy Factory mllK FIRST CANDY FACTORY IN X Reno 1-resh candy every hour Call nnd get prices ot by the barrel. Wholesale prices same as ban I'rancisco C J BROOKINS. Fir Sale. riTINDOW WEIGHTS ALWAYS ON T V hand and for sale at the inch i ill UNION IKON WORKS. Republican Meetings, Campaign ot 1890. HON. II. F. BARTINE, Kepubllcan Candidate for Kepreseutu- tive It) Congress, tho people of Nemos on thu political Issues ol tho campaign as fol- lows' Wells................Siturday, Oct. 11 Cherry Creok...........Monday, Oct. 13 Tuesday, Oct. 14 Pioohc..............Thursday, Oct. I'annca ...................Friday, Oct. 17 Hamilton.................Monday, Oct. 20 Kuroka................... Tuesday, Oct. 21 Tybo......................Thursday, Oct. 23 lielinotit.................. Friday, Oct. 24 Austin....................Saturday, Ost. 25 Winnomucca ............Monday, Qd, 27 Lovelock................. Tuesday, Oct. 28 Kono................. Wednesday, Oct. 29 Virginia City............Tuesday, Oct. 30 Dayton...................Friday, Oct. 31 Uenoii...............Saturday, Nov. 1 Carson City ...........Monday, Nov. 2 County Committees In tho several coun- ties will innke recessary ar rangi'uieuts for die meetings. K Chairman K. C LOUD, Secretary. ocIO A By Cable and Associated LO.MJOX, Oct. 2.3 body of a woman found in South Haiupsteud locality lus-t night allows a crime, but boars no to coin- milled by k-tho-rippsr." A medical examination jirosed tbiit the woman did not belong to the White Ghiijjcl class. The body was that of a ttoman about thirty jo.irs of age and well clad. Ilei throat Mas cut and her skull fractured. All tier pockets were empty. A perambulator con- tainniKU lilooil'-itainod found near by. It is (-opposed it used to convcj the body from the where the ciime was coinmittud to where it was found. The body has been identified as the wife of a porter, Mrs. Hobb.s, who lelt her husrxtnd yi'steidny, taking her child, whom .she carried in the per- ambulator found near the place where the body was discovered. The where- abouts of thcchiM is a mystery. A Nutiafnctory Test. By Associated Press WAMiisx.rox, Oct. of the firnt target practice ou tho new- cruiser Philadelphia have just reached tho Navy Department. The practice was :it Gardiner's bar, October -1th, with six-inch, three-iuch and one-inch rapid-fire guns, and the tests were remarkable. At one range of yaids .sixty of the sixty-two shots lodged in an exact vertical line ex- tending twenty feet above the water line, means that everyone of them would have hit an ordinary war vessel iu very nearly the same place. As the ship and guns were new, this first tii.tl is regarded as a satisfactory demonstration of the quality of our ordnance and the ability of c ur gun- ners. Halt road Consolidation. By Associated Press Bosio.s, Oct. a meeting of the Atchison Directors on Friday tho proposed acquisition of the Colorado Midland Railway was fully considered and approved and the contract of pur- chase agreed to. As a basis of agree- ment the Colorado Midland stock wan placed at a valuation of and the Atchison stock at This requires shares of the Atchison to ab- sorb the entire issue of the Colorado Midland. Two cash payments were provided for, as follows: Ten dollars for each share of Colorado Midland at the time of its deposit with the Trustees, and per share at any time in one year. Director Baring said the Colorado Midland purchase was approved yes- terday, and an official statement will soon be made. he said, you can say absolutely that the Atchison does not contemplate the purchase of a mile of railroad property anywhere and has no negotiation for any rail- road purchase. You can say this, most emphatically, that the stories from the West of a contemplation of railroad extensions are without foun- i dation. The Atchison is not buying or building roads; it is in a strong po- sition, hus n balance from its re-or- g fund and is not borrowing a penny. Speaker Reed Talking in Illinois, TWO MOKE RAILROAD WRECKS. A Pacific Coaster Robbed Mep. by Arrival in Poit of a. Missing Ocean Steamer. iu A 1'opular Frenchman. I3y Associated Press Oct. Comte do fans continues to create enthusiasm here. This morning large crowds congregated as he passed to visit the religious institutions. It is estimated that people cheered him at the depot last night. His first visit this morning was to the Archbishop. The city has fair'y gone wild with excite- ment over him. The French papers praise him most highly. La Mineirva, a leading organ, states that Canada is for all time at- tached to the House of Orleans, which has done so unuch for Canada. L'Standard -says the French mou- archibt cause is still uppermost in the hearts of all From h-Canadians, and and the demonstratiuu yesterday crushes republican hopes. I Brine KntertaliKMt. Ky Associated Press WASHINGTON, Got, mem- bers of the lion nnd Stenl Institute, been on a tour through the South, began to arrive at AVashington last night, and came in large numbers this moming They were taken in charge by a committee and taken to hotels. After a short rest they were escorted to the Patent Office, where they evinced much interest in the de- tails of the American patent system. They then visited the Postoffice De- partment and called on the Postmas- ter-General. The program for the day includes visits to other executive departments, a reception at the White House at 0 o'clock, and a promenade concert at the Arlington Hjtel this evening. A Verdict of JInvttrr By Associated Pi SARATOGA, Oct. morning tho jury in tho case of William Blaney, on trial for the murder of his aunt, brought in a verdict of murder in the first degree. A Oerllno. By Cablo and Associated Oct. price of fine silver has further dec-lined to 85 guilders per kilo. A Mtnvkmen'M IJy Associated Press j Sr. LOLLS, Oct. some time past there has been a rumored forma- tion of a strong association of cattle men to control the market for their stock, and get out of the clutches of the middle men and speculators. T. D. Andrews, one of the largest stock raisers in Texas and Colorado, yesterday admitted that the scheme is not only under consideration, but that the organisation is almost accom- plished. During September private circulars were sent to all the leading cattle men, asking them to assist in forming the association. The replies received were universally favorable, and it is certain that in the spring a strong association will be formed. Complain or Injustice. By Associated Press.] YOKK, Oct. the Pro- gressio Halo Americano is a dis- patch from Washington stating that the Italian Legation there upon re- ceiving official reports from the Italian Consul at New Orleans, called the at- tention of the State Department to the proclamation of the Mayor of New Or- leans, which, they claim, is an unjust accusation. Blaine, it is said, has tel- egraphed the Governor of Louisiana. In Want of Immediate Belief. By Associated Press 1 TOPEKA, Oct. settlers in the western part of Oklahoma are without supplies, and their wives and children are without clothing. Much suffering and starvation will ensue un- less speedily relieved. IHed. on a Train. By Cable and Associated Press.] LONDON, Oct. Chair- man of the Liverpool Stock Exchange, died this morning on the train while going to business. LQCAL INTELLIGENCE. A Pure Cream of Tartar Superior to every other known. Used in Millions of Years the Standard. Delicious Cake and Pastry, Light Flaky Biscuit, Griddle Cakes Palatable and Wholesome. No other baking powder does such work. What's the natter EDITOR GAZETTE Doss the little statesman still run Washoe. If not, why not? If Foley and Winters are going to carry Smoke Creek by forty majority, where does the balance of the Republican ticket get off? 'Kah for Foley and Winters. _________H. H. BECK. The First Step.. Perhaps yon are run down, can't eat, can't sleep, can't can't do anything to your satisfaction, and you wonder what ails you. You should heed the warning, you are taking the first step into Nervous Prostration. You need a nerve tonic, and lu Electric Bitters you will find the exact remedy for restoring your nervous system to Its normal, healthy condition. Surprising results follow the use of great nerve touic and alterative Your appetite returns, good digestion is restored and the Liver and Kidneys resume healthy action Try a bottle. Price soc, at Wm. Pinniger's Drug Store. A nare Core for files. Itching Files are known by moiotnrc, like perspiration causing Intense itching when warm. This form, as well as blind, bleed- Ing and protruding, yield at once to Dr. Eosanko'e Pile remedy, whlcn-actB directly pn the parts affected, absorbs tumors, al- lays itching and effects permanent cure. 60c. DraggUtB or mail; treatise free. Dr. Bosknko, Fiqua, O. Sold by S. J. Hodg- kinson. A Vpnornl Sh By Associated Pi ess. I CAMERON (W. Oct. Gov- ernor Hill and parly, accompanied bj T. S. Kiley, Chairman of the Demo- cratic State Committee, Ciovemor Fleming and others, left Wheeling this morning over the Baltimore Ohio Railroad, and were to have stopped at all station-- between Wheel- ing and Harper's Ferry to allow the Governor to make addresses. The program, however, was interfiled with by a collision at MoundsvilU'. His train was about starting, when Engineer Wells heard a warning note from the engineer of (_ hicago ulnuh (old him that a tiain approaching on the i-ame tinik. About fifty feet ahead of v, here the Governor's train htandn.g a and low highway bridge hpanH the railroad tracks-, making it impossible to see approaching trains on the other hide of the bridge. About twenty-five foet behind the Governor's train an accommodation tiain running between Wheeling and Cumbciland came to a stand. When Engineer Wells noticed the approach of the Chicago expiess he immediately reversed his engine, backing Uis train, but the Chigago was moving at so high a ruto of speed that It soon caught up' to the Governor's tram and crashed into it The cow-catcher.s of both trains were demolished, as were tho platforms of three coaches. Governor Hill's tia'ii was throw n hack on the accommoda- tion, and the cow-catcher of that locomotive was sma'-hed. Behind tho accommodation (rain was a loaded freight tram, and the trains together thrown back on that with a slight force, with no damage to the hitter, except the cow-catcher was torn away. Had the Governor's tiain 'confuted of ordinary coaches it would have been crushed like nn eggshell between the two heavy trains. As it was, both of these cars escaped without even a scratch. The accident was due to the failure of the air-brakes to work on the Chi- cago express. After a delay of two hours at Moundsville two parlor cars w ere at- tached to the rear of the accommoda- tion train, and it proceeded. A Premature By Associated WASHIXH.ION, Oct. rnent telejrraphcil from Canada upon the authority of a P.ritish Memlwr of Parliami nt that It had been to mihmit tho Behring Sea fisheries tli-pute ti> ,'il i'l it ion is jirfin.ilure far us it lie taken to imph a com- pleted agreement on the of lioth liovarmnenti. It is learned that cor- respondence on the subject is fetill in hut there nio hopeful signs that a sitisf.iytory j-cttlement may he j reiu-hcd at a compir.tlivch only d iv. Mpntkpr (tcpil lei ll.'.nolH. By Associated Tress j Ho. KKoni) (III i, Ot. city- is alive with Republic-tins from all over tl e northern p.ut nf the State to hear Pjieikoi He ;it noon. At one o'clock a mass meotiiij: was hulil on the fair Rued tk-lueriujj; the principal address. Later lit- k-it for the island, where he will spend to-night. TKLKMAPHirTwEVITIKS. Bar Mlver, !fl The condition ol tho lii.md DnKe Nichol is, undo of the of Russia, ih as ciitit-.il. ______ I'TUMSHING (iOODS, HATS SHOKS. 1890. FALL AND WINTER. 1891. A Cure liii- NloU lli-niliirlic. 3 his ilistieselng complaint Is dm- to pn inactive or nliiKKiBh liver with coiiblipvul bonolg ivMc1! derange the stomach and disturb the nervous Bvatom, causes ncss and nu oppressive dull pain in the- head, often so ei e as to prev cut nil rost or sleep. ol Dr. Unnn's Improved Liver Pills will rtllive >ouof all pnlti and misery nnd a ftnv more dosct. vllli-or- reet tho liver nnd Htomarh and regulate the bowels. While thesu mils ere hinull, easily takcu, and mild ami gentle in their action there is no medicine made that will -i> elleetuallv cure siok hcndaclic ccntH i box. Sold by a J lloiln'kliibon IMie I cst salve in tl- Ji-s niters, s'tlt ihcu minds chilblains col u ull >si ively world tor cm i fever soics ihippc ulid. ill skin erupt. oils .null >si 01 i o p.iy i iijini It uiteetl to (jive snlisf.n.iion, 01 j'i is cental i r 1 01 To by JJti> Another WrcrK. By Associated Press 1 KEADINQ Oct. The Head- ing express this morning ran into thice loaded coal carh half a mile from town. The coal cais were wrecked, the locomotive was derailed and tiie tender telebcoped tho hmoking car. The escape of the passengers from death was miraculous. Joseph Mar- kowitz, on one of the coal cars, was killed; John Marks, skull fractured; engineer Heller, leg broken Thou Welsh, fireman, badly scalded; Daxid Refsnyder of Ixsbamw, badly cut, and Thomas Humes of Reading, leg crushed. The passengers were badly bhaken up. R In Virginia Cltv uli o 1 i oj, to tin- wife of A !s IScnnci, u n In Virgiiiii Cltv Nev Oclobcr to the wife of b P. Dinner, :i son. STOCK OK- For the Fall and Winter Is now complete, rnnsihtliiK of tlin Fincbt and dluii) UradcB ul Men's and Boy's Clothing AND FURNISHING GOODS. FINK BKAVEll OVEBCOATS, Chinchilla and Ke'ruvvs. A largo assortment 3f Men's and HOJII' Fine Wool and Merino Underwear. line line of Men's nnd AVool ami Cotton Largest and brat line of BLASTS C.AJPS In tho State, nine a full lino of JOHN' It. STEl'SOX CO.'S HATS. Assortment of Men's and Boys' Suspenders. The F incst Line of Men's French Kid and Buck Gloves In the state, a full lino of Wool-Lined CilovvK and Finest Lie of Neckwear -------ALWAYS OX HAND.- BOOTS AND SHOES I Gold Hill, Del 21, isyo I'atriclv Uccncj, a native of Jrilnmt aged GJ >ears. AT ------IN KNDLKSS PHICKS THAT DEFY COMPETITION. Custom Made Pants Always OH Hand. IN BOYS' CLOTHING, bnvo tho iine'-t assortment in all grades, run- ning1 iu from upwards. oimlry Orders will Receive Prompt Aitcnlioii. JOHN SUNDERLAND, fa BETTER THAN GOLD. RESTORED HER HEALTH. For 25 ycara I Buffered from bolls, CTfipelnE -nd other blood affections, taking during that liinc great quantities of different medicines outgiving mo any perceptible relief. Friends Induced me to try S. S. It. Improved rie from the start, anil after taking pcveral bottles, re- etored my ucjlth as far us I could hope for at ny age, which Is now seventy-flv o Hits. S M. LUCAS, Bon ling Green, Ky. rroatlse on Ulood nnd Skin milled free. SWUT Sl'LCiriC CO Atlantu, Ga. X took Cold, I took Sick, I TOOK TAKE ADVANTAG ........OF OUR........ OREAT PREMIUM SALE Of our New Stock of JDi-y G oods Psrices Lower than Ever. Reno An Iru'ciHllar.v By Associated Press.) Pm-i'ERCi.i. Oct. It has been discovered that >esterday's fire was incendiaiy. The alarm wires were cut and other means used to pre- vent the engines. prompt appearance No cause is known. of the Arrived All Right. By Associated Press. 1 NEW YORK, Oct. steam- ship Obdam, from Rotterdam, which it was surmised might be the vessel reported ashore near Rockaway last night, arrived off Sandy Hook at this morning. _ A Confidence ictlm By Associated Press.] BOSTON, Oct. George rick of Seattle, Wash., who arnved here to-day, was swindled out of by a confidence man before he had been in the city thirty The Ohio Campaign. By Associated Press 1 PrrrsBUBO, Oct. 25. Elaine, who spent the night in this city, left for Canton, Ohio, this morning, where he will address a political meeting in the interests of McKinley to-night. KI MJ! 1: I take My Meals, I take My Rest, '10 1AM! I CAN I AY MY HANDS OS Kitting lilt too, roR Scott's Emulsion of Pure Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphitesof Limeand SodaN'" ONI v Cl RM1 WY foiit HI I lUMlI Mr.'ur, ASD i'ti UNO FLESH ON MY BONES AT THE RA1F OF A I'OUNB A I I II JfSl AS 1 ASH V Ab I DO M1I.K SLCII ThSriMONY IS M SCOll'S EMLISIOV IS DOING DAILY. TAKE NO oniiit. PACIFIC BRCWERY, Mil Works and Granite J. Gr. KTUrtT E-I, I Successor to George Becker 13eor by or K tho Glnsh, Quart, Bottle at hhortest I.nger Beer of the best quality ahvnjH on hand Ironi the country reoc-lM; prompt attention. Conimcri'lul jjUtf C NOVACOVICII. H. J. BKRK BERRY XOYACOVICII, .....Wholesale and Retail Dealers Groceries, Provisions, FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, TO the voters of Fish: and; Oysters jn season J'RUITS Ol' AI.I. KINDS, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Crockery NEW TO-DAY. County. CURTAIN MKMIiKRS OP Ot'K LAST Lcgiilaturc, wro to fasten upon this blue- the infamous loturv u Inch cost the honest taxpa> ers ooo to defeat, and which has done msreto in lire tlin pios- pcnty of Nevada than all the eMls which] occurred in its history, arc now before the public soliciting their suffrage, ainuiij; j the number M. D 1'o'ely, one ol the nominees lor State Senator lor W.ishoe- county. Who was the strongest advocate of thiJkitter> b 11 in the Sen.ite Understanding that Mr.'Foley denies aiding it, we hereby submit a copy of the bcuatc Journal of Janu- ary 16, i benate Bill, No. Act to provide lor holding a special ulection to submit to the people of the Stace proposed to 1 the constitution thereof, and o hi r matters pertaining thereto Dill rend and jwscd by following vote Comins, Dunlop, M D. I'oley, oallaiiher, Harris, Kaiser, Millett, Nicholls Sharon, Tone 16. I.mmitt Ilaul'-t> and La Fellow citiyens, can such men be tru -ted to legislate m the interests of the people. J.lect them, and may not another lottery scheme or some other jobbery that will line their at your expense be sprung an} hour. It is safe only to vote for reli ible men, FCOOK, E TAYI.OR, J. W WKbTLAKB. Prohibition Commuter on publication, octisdwit We carrv a fine assortment of KANCY GROCI-.RlKb Comiucreial Row, Reno, Nevada. JOHN POTHOFF, Prop'r OI'POSITK DEPOT. Livery and Feed Stable. Fnsl-cia s nouu at reasonable TratiMcnt rttor-k Carefullj- for. Tro A Pleanant Room, OR ROOMS FOR KENT, NKAK THK bncic school house. Inquire of A. O. oiter, CA71.TTB office, for particulars. Campaign of 1890. 11OX. H. K. COI.COKD, Kcpublii. in cnmhd.ite foi ciovernui, ami HON. KK AXC1S O. NKWLANDS by HON. JOHN F. htale Treasurer, and 11 ION. JOHN K. JONES, Candidate for Surveyor General, Will address the people of Nevada on the po- litical issues ol the campaign as follows Hawthorne..............Thursday, Oct. 2 Aurora ........................Friday, Oct. 3 Candelaria................Saturday, Oct. 4 Greenfield..................Monday, Oct. 0 Dayton.......................Tuesday, Oct. 7 Silver City............Wedndsday, Oct. 8 Sheridan..................Thursday, Oct. 9 Genoa..........................Friday, Oct. 10 City............Saturday, Ocl. 11 Kono..........................Monday, Oct. 13 Oct. 14 Winnemucca.........Wednesday, Oct. 15 Lovelock..................Thursday, 10 Battle Mountain...........Friday, Oct. 17 Austin....................Saturday, Oct. 17 Kureka.......................Tuesday, Oct. 2J Carlin...................Wednesday, Oct. 22 Oct. 23 Tuncarora.....................Friday, Oct. 24 Paradise.....................Monday, Oct. 27 Carson..................Wednesday, Oct. 29 Gold Hill.................Thursday, P-t. 30 County in the several counties   

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