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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 28, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                It THE BEST PRISM, The RENO GAZETTB, IB awarded the premium by the TCevada Slate Fair. DO NOT 60 AWAY- From home for your printing. Try the GAZRTTK office and have a clear VOL. XXX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, TUESDAY OCTOBER 28, 1890. NO. 24. t MISCELLANEOUS. 'TTTETER, THE BON TON TAILOR, just received a fine line of Tall goods, both FRENCH AND DOMESTIC. bulls made to order cheaper than any other place In the city. A perfect fit guaranteed or no VIRGINIA sTRinrr, NKAR COMMERCIAL ROW, KI-.NO, NI-IVADA. aosep Bermuda Bottled. 'Ton muat ro ._ you do not I will not be to Bermuda, if But, ble lor tbe cuiuequencea." doctor, I can atrftrd neither tbe time nor tlie money." Well, if that U Impossible, try SCOTT'S FMULSION OF PURE NORWEGIAN COB LIVJ2R I call It Bermuda Bot- tled, ana many canes CONSUMPTION, Bronchitis, Cough or Severe Cold I have CURED with It; and the advantage In that the most tlve ntomaeh ran take It. Another thlmr. which commends) It In the Mtliuulatlnic properties of the Hy- nophnnphlten which It Kou will flnd It for vale at your OruitKUt'a hut see you wet original EMULSION." FIFTY CENTS PER WEEK. 1 classes of legitimate ad- vertisements, not exceeding six lines, inserted in this column for fifty cente per week. For Sale. rrinosK BKAUTIHUL OIL PAINTINGS, J_ by Mrs. blanch Hubbard, which took the piemmm at the recent Mate Fair, lursule, and on exhibition at the residence of Mrs. W. b Ilender. Commercial Row. Please call and see them. Notice. CAME ON MY PREMISES ABOUT OC- tober ist, one dark red cow. Owner will property, pay charges and take her away. C. It Rt'LIbON, Reno, [Zioctm Parse Found. A I'URSK CONTAINING i WO RAILROAD vhecka ami money hits been found. The owner can It by applying to Harry Davis the Arcade baloon_____________ocuuf For Sale. RKSIDKNCK ON SIERRA STREET 1U. immediately north of the Opera House, one of ihe most desirable pi ices m towu and furuUht c, with all modern improvements. ociSlf nLLUN. For Sale. a LOVES, PUKbl.b, PIFES, BOOKS, plalea, envelopes, tablets, pencils, slates, oils, perfumes, knives, shears, traps, razors, brushes cosmetics, soaps, straps, gloves, needles, and a vanetyof other elegant things at the Reno Bargain atore.____1300 To Let for the 'Winter. APART OK, OR MY ENTIRE RESI- dence, lurnished. Apply at my olMce in Miiulcrlund's butlcung. oc6tf DR. H. DERGSTEIN. For Sale. A PINK PAMILY CARRIAGE HORSE, phaeton .ind harness for sale very cheap. Apply at this at once. sepiatf For Trade. A LOT OF GOOD HOUSES AND CAT- tlo to tradu lor sheop. Apply thla oillcu. ___________aep.Btf Choice Residence Property FOR ONE HALE MILE FROM the Railrond Depot ami one-fourth mile Irorn the SUte UnUtrbity. Wattr with the property. If you wish to make a home come and see me. V. LEETE. Fine Boots and GO TO H. I' 1'AVOLA FOR FINE MENS ladles and boots and shoes 1'inc custom work n specially, repairing neatly done septltf Ladies Remember ri HAT MRS. b. C. JUDD CARRIES THOSE _l beautilul titting Madame McCabe Cor- sets, the Ferris Waists, Rawlings' Shoulder Uraces, While House Cook Book and Airica. Call and examine the goods. Residence i doors north Opera House oc tf Steam Candy Factory mlUC JTJUiST CAJSDY JTACTOBY 1> i Reno. Kresh candy every hour. Call and get prices of small quantities or by the barrel. Wholesale prices same as San Francisco. C. J. BROOK1NS. Sale. INDOW WEIGHTS ALWAYS ON hand and for sale at the mchuU UNION IRON WORKS. W 0 Cardboard Signs ALL KINDS FOR bALK AT REAS ouable prices at the GAZKTTS Office. To the Voters of Washoe County. A French Journalist Killed in a Duel. THE NEW ORLEANS ASSAM Remanded to Prison With- out Bail. A. Commutation Asked for a Murderer. The Troublesome Sioux. By Associated Press. 1 BISMARCK (N. Oct. ing Horse, the great Sioux prophet, seems to be responsible for most of the trouble at Standing Rock. Jle claiuiB to have visited Heaven and re- turned to tell the Indians what good things are in store for them. Major McLaughlin ordered him off the rewervation und confined several other troublesome spirits in the guard house The Indians have been mak- ing night hideous. Kicking Horse is cunning enough to mix the Christian doctrine his prophetic utterances. He tells them they must kill the whites, and the great spirit would take care of them. He declares the time will soon come when the Indians will occupy the earth to the exclusion of the whites. If it were spring instead of fall there would be danger of an uprising, but it is not believed one will now occur. Sitting Bull is doing all he can to foment disturbance. Unreliable Indian Kcport. By Associated Press CUICAOO, Oct. army head- quarters thia morning Colonel Corbin said as far as reported, the contem- plated outbreak of the Indians at Standing Kock Agency is concerned, it has become an old story. ''Old Sitting be said, "has had a few dissatisfied followers about him for a long time, but it can, I think, be safe to say there is no truth in the reports. Then again, General Miles is now in the field, right up in that county, and he will, no doubt, give the matter his personal attention." E. F. Brown of Aspen, Colorado, who has traveled extenaively through- out the entire country adjacent to the Unitah Reseevation, and is familiar with the relations between the citi- zens of Glenwood Springs and the Utes, says there is no reason for any apprehension on the part of the Glen- wood people, as the Unitah Agency is situated nearly u hundred miles -away. Kull-I'layern Coming. By Associated Press 1 CHICAGO, Oct. has decided to take two ball teams to the Pacific coast, and will leave to-mor- row. He will captain one and Mike Kelly may lead the other.' The play- ers include Mark Baldwin, Ryan, Mc- Phee, Harrington and Rhinea. The teams will play in Lincoln, Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Leadville, Cheyenne, Salt Lake, Boise City, Portland, Seattle and Tacoma. They then head for San Francisco, and, after _an extended stay, go south through Texas, and disband in St. Louis about January 20th. MEMBERS OF OUR LAST Legiilature. who voted to fasten upo.i thia state the infamous lottery scheme, which cost the honest tnxpa> ers to defeat, nnd which has done marc to m ure the pros- perity of Nevada than oil the evils which ever occurred m its history, are now before the public soliciting their suffrage, among the number beiug M. D Folely. one ol the nominees ior Senator for Washoe county. Who was the strongest advocate of I hi lottery b U In the Understanding thbt Mr. Koley denies aiding it, we hereby submit o copy of the Senate Journal of Jtuu- 1 henateBill. No. u Act to provide lor holding a special election, to submit to the people of the Stacc proposed amendments to ihe constitution thereof, and o her matters pertaining thereto. Bill read and passed by following vote. Boyle, Comins. Dunlop. M D. Foley, Forbes. Galla8her, Hams; Kaiser, Millett. Nicholla. Ofburn, Sawyer, hharoti, Sproule. Torre. 16. Erurnitt, Hardrsty and IM Grave. Hellow citizens, con such men be trusted to legislate iu the interests of the people. Elect them, and may not another lottery scheme or some other jobbery that will line their pw.kc s at your expense be si rung any hour. It U safe only to vote for reliable men, F.COOK. E. W. TAYLOR. J. W. Prohibition Committee on publication, octijwi A Tariff Interpretation. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Oct. Solici- tor of the Treasury has given an opin- ion in regard to the manufacturers statement prescribed by Section 8 of tlie customs administrative act and affebted by Section 11 of tbe same act. He Bays, considering the fact that the intention of the statute waa tbe pre- vention of frauds on the revenue in the importation of merchandise, pay- ing'ad valorem rates of duty and that as no reason appears why its applica- cation 'should extend to goods paying purely specific rates, this statute does not require the importers to furnish certificates of cost or manufacturer ol goods', paying specific rates. Secretary of the Treasury en- dorses this conclusion, and has re- quested the Secretary of State, in caw he concnrs, to instruct the United States Consulor officers to act ac- cordingly. Commutation Wanted. By Associated Press.] OTTAWA, Oct. cable from Sir Charles Tupper announces that he has forwarded a petition for a commutation of the death sentence of Bircball, the murderer of Benwell, which was got up in England by the family of the condemned man. Partner Trouble In Switzerland. By Cable and Associated Press.] BERNE, Oct. trouble be- tween the Liberals and Conservatives in Tiorno baa broken out afresh and another battalion of troops have been dispatched to assist in restoring order. Bar silver, 06. The New By Associated Press.] Nuw ORLEANS, Oct. pre- liminary examination in the Hen1 nessy assassination case was postponed indefinitely on motion of the District Attorney, and the prisoners were re- manded without bail. Two more fold- ing guns were found by the street gang this morning in the vicinity of the killing. They were no doubt used by the assassins. Transfer of Indiana. By Associated Press.] RUSHVILUS Oct. Northern Cheyenne Commission, con- sisting of General Nelson A. Miles, B. B. Smalley and Joseph Zerfass, has concluded a conference with the Sioux and Cheyenne Indians at the Fine Uidge Agency in regard to a transfer of the Cheyennes in n satisfactory manner, and left last night for the Tongue River Agency, in Montana, to complete its labor. A Fatal By Cable and Associated Press.] PARIS, Oct. the journal- ist, fought a duel near Tours last Saturday. The weapons used were pistols. Allard waa shot in the stom ach, and has since died. His op- ponent's name is not stated. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. THE BARTINE-CASSIDY DEBATE. A. Non-Partisan Chairman to Tbe following is self-explanatory: RENO, Nov., Oct. 27, 1890. President SIB We, the undersigned officers -of the Demo- cratic and Republican County Central Committees, considering the non-par- .isun nature "of the institution of which you are President, and the fact hat you have taken no part in Nevada xilitics, would request tnat you act as Chairman of the evening and preside over the joint discussion to be held in Jeno, Wednesday evening, October 20, 1890, between Messrs. vJassidyand jartine. We are, Sir, Most respectfully yours, 'H. BEROSTBIN, Chairman, Dem. Co. Central Com. P. H, MUIXJAHY, Sec'y, Dem, Co. Central Com. J. F. EMMITT, Chairman, Rep. Co. Central Com. J. A. LKWIS, Sec'y. Rep. Co. Central Com. PBEBIDENT'S OFFICE, STATE UNIVERSITY, RENO, Nev., Oct. H. Bergstein, P. H. Mulcahy, J. F. Ewmilt, J. A. MEN Your communicatirn of Octo- 27th, requesting me to act as Chair- man and to preside over the joint dis- cussion to be held in this city to-mor- row evening between Messrs. Cassidy and Bartine, is at hand. Inasmuch as you recognize my non- partiiian position in connection with this University, and for that reason have unanimously invited me to pre- side, I accept your invitation and will serve you to the best of my ability. nin, gentlemen, Very respectfully yours, S. A. JONES. ,1 ADVERTISED LETTERS. The following is the list of letters remaining uncalled for in the Reno Postofflce October Andrews, A 8 Humphrey, J E Articti, Jose Jones, Wm Bieber, Dr Larson, Mrs D Berry. W H Lsonbard, Adam Brand, Miss Josie Mork, E Cape, James A Micel, Thomas Crane, Erik Chalmers.H S Comer, Elley-2 Duffield, Benj Daubem, O A Gnllic, B. F. Gr ggs, Wm Gillie, Mrs S M Gransaly, S Hudgens, A Hill, George 8 Perkins Wm Pearl, Chas Peterson. A J Spencer. Wm Smith, Smith, Dan Williams. Lillie Werrin, J J Walker, J T Young, J E LOST AT A Lengthy Report of Gen. Grierson. THE STRIKE OF STEAM FITTERS A Cardinal Denounces Whisky Smugglers. the Madly IB Debt. BV Associated Press.] AUBURN 
                            

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