Reno Evening Gazette, October 30, 1890 : Front Page

Publication: Reno Evening Gazette October 30, 1890

Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 30, 1890, Reno, Nevada lUE BEST The BJWO ia iho premium by the Nevada Slate Fair. DO SOT GO AWAY: Ftoin homo for your printing. Try the GAZKTTK office and have a clear conscience. VOL. XXX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1890. NO. 26. MISCELLANEOUS. I H, LETER, THE SON TON TAILOR, Has received a fine line of Fall good both FRENCH AND DOMESTIC. Suits made to order cheaper than any otbe place iu the city. A perfect fit guaranteed o no sale. VIRGINIA STRlUiT, NKAR COMMERCIA KOW, KBNU, NliVAUA. josep FIFTY CENTS PER WEEK. clnasee ol legitimate ad vertiseinentB, not exceeding six Inserted in this column for fifij cents per week. Famished Hoace to OF FIVK KU.iMa, OUTHOUSKS ANJJ barn. 100 feet front and land un der cultivation.. lavtrire at the Toronto Kes taniant. T Girl Wanted. >O DO COOKING ON A RANCH wages, thirty dollars per month, Home Rent. riONTAINING SKVkN ROOMS AND all modern Improvements, situated on I'mxa street. Inquire on premises, I. N. For Rent. AN- KI.ICIBI.Y 1.0CATKD DWKLUNG house ot ttve rooms. Inquire ot UCJ9U J. 8. SHUKMAKER. Pin Lost. ON WEST 8TKKKT, SOUTH OF TRACK, a plain kolii salety piu. Please leave at GAZBTTK office. wi For Sale. BBAUT1KUI. UU, PAINTINGS, _1_ by Mrs. tilanch Hubbard, which took the premium at the recent btate Hair, arc fur sale, a.id on exhibition at tne residence ol Mrs, W. b. Bender. Commercial Row. Please call and see them. oct27tvi Notice. ON MY PREMISES ABOUT OC- tuber ist, one dark red cow. Owner will prove property, pay charges and take her away. C. H. RUI.ISON, Reno, ['iioctiw Pane found. A PURSE CONTAINING 1 WO RAILROAD checks and mojcy has beeu found. The owner can have It by applying to Harry Davis of the Arcade Saloon. ocuut" For Sale. MY RKSIDENCK ON SIERRA STREET immediately north of the Opera House, one of ihe most desirable pi >ces in town and furuishid with all modern improvements, ocistf D. Tor Sale. Gloves, purses, pipes, books, plates, Knvelopes, tablets, inks, pencils, slates, Oils, perfumes, knwes, shears, trapu, Razors, brushes, cosmetics, soaps, straps, Glue, needles, ami a variety more, Klegaut things at the Reno Bargain Store. Ho Let for tne 'Winter. APART OK, OR MY ENTIRE RESI- detice, luruished. Apply at my otnce in sumlerlund'tt biulamg. oc6tf DR. H. BERGSTE1N. For Sale. A VINE FAMILY CARRIAGE HORSK, phaeton and harness for sale very cheap. Apply at this othce at once. For Trade. A LOT OF GOOD HOUSES AND CAT- tlo to trade for sheep. Apply at tills oUlco. __________________sep.Stf Choion Residence Property FOR SALE, ONE HALF MILK FROM the Ra Iroad Ucpol am! one-fourth mile from the St-te University. Watir with the property. If you wish to make a home come F. LEETK. Fine and GO TO H. K. I'AVOLA FOR FINE MEN'S ladies and childreus boots and shoes. Fine custom, work u specialty, repairing neatly done. septltf Remember rpHAT MRS. B. C. JUDD CARRIES THOSE i beautiful fitting Madame McCabe Cor- sets, the Ferris Waists, Rowlings' Shoulder Braces, White House Cook Book aud Stanley's Africa. Call and.exarame the goods. Residence 2 doors north Opeia House oc If Brookinc' Steam Candy Factory mUK F1HST CANDY FACTORY IN J. Reno. Fresh candy every hour. Call and get prices of small quantities, or by the barrel. Wholesale prices same as San Francisco, iautf C. J. BROOKINS. Sale. WINDOW WEIGHTS ALWAYS ON hand and for sale at the mchuU UNION IRON WORKS.Ii 0 Cardboard F ALL KINDS FOR SALE AT enable prices at the GAZBTTK Office. "Our Family Physician." BOUND BOOK OK 148 pages, giving of all diseases and .ecognized treatn-ent according to lour different schools, will save in t'octor's bills in ore year. Given away with TKEWKEKLY GAZRTTB AND AN one year A Trial Trip of the New Cruiser Newark. THE MAYFLOWER WRECKED. A Monument to the Survivors of the Jeannette. Harrison "Will do to Indiana to Vote. A Threatened Strike. By Associated Press. 1 SCOTTSDALE Oct. workmen of all the plants operated by the H. C. Frick Coke Co. served a notice on Generol Manager Lynch ;hut unless Andy Verostic, the dis- harged local committeeman of the Tiptop works was restored, they will all quit work at the expiration of six days. The notice w ill expire Monday and unless there is an adjustment here will be a strike of men. The national officers have indorsed he action of the district officers. African Slews, Sy Cable and Associated Press.) LONDON, Oct. from rfombosa state that 900 seamen and 50 Indian troops took part in storm- ng the the town of Vitu, which was aptured and burned 011 Tuesday by he forces sent there to punish the atives for massacreiug a number of Germans. Many natives were killed nd a few members of the British orco were wounded. A reward of rupees has been offered for the apture of Rukare, the Sultan of Vitu. A Change in Church Rules ly Associated Press.] CHICAGO, Oct. National !ouncil of the Seventh Day Baptists djourned last night. The report of Committee on Polity was adopted, t makes a change-in the method of rdaining new ministers, whereby in- ndividual churches, as well as associ- tions, have a voice. The office of cacons was raised to a dignity ap- reaching that of the elders of the 'resbyterian Church. Washington News Items. y Associated Press.1 WASHINGTON, Oct. 30. Hough Vout Huwe, who yesterday was mar- led to Mary Butterworth, daughter f Hon. Ben Butterworth of Ohio, has led of pneumonia. Harrison will leave for Indianapolis n Sunday evening or Monday morn- ng for the purpose of voting. A Hungarian Tragedy. y Cable and Associated Press.) PKHTJI, Oct. residents of ie village of Laczhasa are excited ver a crime committed there. A corn ealer named Bleier, wife and two hildren and maid servant were at the tat ion, awaiting the arrival of a train, 'ben brigands attacked the party, and 11 were killed and robbed. Wrecked by a Collision. pecial to the GAZETTE.) SAN FBANCibco, Oct. 30. The learner Wilmington, from Coos Bay, a collision with the schooner layflower off Bolinas Bay during a og yesterday. The schooner filled nd turned over on her side. The rew was rescued. An Unveiled Monnmenr. y Associated Press. ANNAPOLIS, Oct. monu- icnt to the members of the Jeannette xploring expedition of 1881 in the laval Academy was unveiled to-day. s far as practical the design follows httt of the one erected in the Lena >elta. Baking Powder (S) Perfect 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 such Wave HeeiproelCf. By Associated press. WASHINGTON, Oct. Depart- ment of State to-day received a copy of the petition forwarded by the To- bacco Growers' and Cigar Manufact- urers' Union of Cuba to the Spanish Government, urging the negotiation of a reciprocity treaty between Cuba and the United States. The petition- ers assert that they are confronted with this simple problem: On the one eide with ruin, stagnation and on the other with abundance, wealth and a promising future." They say: "The United Btatee buy from us tobacco and sugar to the extent of and it is Dot strange that the American Government should make iteelf strong on the absolute necessity we have of that market to demand reciprocal concessions, or, which is the same thing, exemption for their flour, lard, machinery, hard- ware and other articles in our tariff to increase their exports to this island. In one word, they want to pay us for the tobacco and sugar they consume with the goods they produce. To-day they only sell us abqiJt worth of goods, and desire to in- crease this amount to the worth they buy from us.- This is what the McKinley bill amounts to. Wlthont Information. By Associated Press. WASHINGTON, Oct. Depart- ment of State is without information respecting the alleged imposition by Mexico of a discriminating duty of per carload on American cattle, reported from the West. Acting Secretary Adee nays when the Mexican Government, b'y a decree issued a year ago, increased the duties on imported cattle and swine (which, by the way, were general duties, and not directed especially to the United the Department of State was informed of the action within 24 hours, and, while be cannot deny the last reported action, he is compelled to doubt it. A Juvenile Tribute. By Associated Press.] CHICAGO, Oct. second day of Archbishop Feehan's Siller Jubilee opened with a tribute from the little folks of the church at 10 o'clock. About children schools of the city gathered at the auditorium in holiday attire, with bands, banners, and emblems. The Archbishop and visiting bishops were seated on the stage, and behind them the clergy. The children filled the great auditorium to overflowing. Un- the direction of the teachers, they pre- sented a literary and musical program, including the singing of a number of national anthems. A Pool-MclllnK Decision. By Associated Press.1 CHICAGO, Oct. Tully rendered a decision in the State law, and city ordinance under it, forbidding the sale of pools outside of the inclos- ures of the racetrack, as vmcormtitu- tion, because they tend to grant special privileges and create a monopoly. The case grows out of a flght last summer between Ed. Corrigan, pro- prietor of the Westside Racetrack, and the city pool-seller. Blaine Explains. By Associated Press.J WASHINGTON, Oct. 30. Secretary Blaine desires the statement made that he did not request the recall of Mnru- aga, Minister of Spain to the United States. He says it is not true.that the relations between them are strained, but that the recall is due solely to a change of administration in the Span- ish Gover9ment. Mteamer Arrivals. By Cable and Associated Press.] HAMBURG, Oct. steamer Gellert, from New York, arrived here to-day. LONDON, Oct. 30. The following steamers arrived to-day: The Den- mark, from New York; the Trave, from New York for Bremen; and the Normandie from New York for Ham- burg. Her Trial Trip. By Associated Press.] PHILADELPHIA, Oct. new cruiser Newark left Cramp's ship-yard this morning, and started down the river on a trial trip. To-morrow she goes out to sea, and will be given a thorough test. TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. Bar silver, 1 06. General Ruger, commanding Department of Dakota, in hie annual report to the War Department has no foars of any Indian difficulty in his paitment. of Honor. On the occasion of the Knights of Honor, masquerade ball on Thanks- giving night the New Orleans Mardi Gras will be reproduced in miniature. Markers'tickets, each; spectators' tickets, 50 cento each. ttreat Oration. Last great speech of the campaign I Everybody come and hear Major 1 George A. Hilton at Opera Honae I next Monday evening, November 3d. BREVITIES. Read the fifu-cent ad of house for rent Read the 56-cent ad of a girl wanted to do cooking. Read the 50-cent ad of a furnished bouse to rent. Senator Jones will speak here to- morrow night. To-morrow night will be Hallowe'en look out for your gate. large stock at reduced prices at Shoemaker Ruth's. Thirty caw of beef cattle shipped at Wells were unloaded here last even- ing to be fed. A Colcord Club was organized last night. Rather a latj day, but better late than never. The Boot mill has closed down for, the Beasdrr} but the u.o.st of the mills on the river will run long as the weather will permit. TBis evening's special train to the Carson Republican ineetfug will Inave Reno a sharp aud is to return about midnight. The' tune of Dixie, played by the band last evening at the close of Gas- sidy'e opening speech, caused un audible smile all over the house. The GAZETTE has repeatedly stated that it is absolutely necessary for cor- respondents to send their correct name. The communication from a rancher's wife finds u resting place in the waste basket because she does not send her name. Tbe record of cures accomplished by Hood's Sarsnparilla can never be completely written. The peculiar curative powers of Hocxl'n Sarsaparilla are successful when everything else has failed. If your blood is impure, your digestion out of order, try Hood's Sarsttparllla. Captain Mclnneas of the State prison, who was hi town Innt eveniiu. received a dispatch from Warden Cullough stating that the two escaped convicts were pretty well surrounded near Spooner's Station near Glenbook and that he thought they would soon be captured. The Weekly dinzette and Stock- man. Tlte WEEKLY GAZETTE AND STOCK- MAN, issued to-day, is a fine specimen of mountain newspaper enterprise. Besides containing all the general news of the week from all parts of the jlobe, it is fine local and 'State' paper. It contains editorial matter on all the engrossing subjects of the day. It also contains good wood cuts of all the candidates on the Republican S'ate ticket, together with a biographical sketch of their lives from boyhood. This week's WEEKLY is an intensely interesting number. Washoe has three Democratic and three .Republican candidates ou the State tickets Winters, Osburn, Alt, Bigelow, Ring aud Manning. Jour- nal. As the GAZETTE has not heard of the withdrawal of W. L. Knox, Dem- ocratic candidate for District Judge, or T. K. Stewart, the nominee of the same party for Surveyor-General, it would like to be informed where they are supposed to get off. A Torchlight Proreaslon and Democratic Rally. Grand torchlight procession and final Democratic ra'ly of the campaign on Saturday evening, November 1st. Dr. H. Bergstein, General J. C. Ha- ;erman, C. A. Jones and other local speakers and candidates will address the citizens of Reno at McKiusick's Opera House. By order P. H. MULCAIIY, Sec. Dem. Co. Ccn. Com. Wool Warehouse. This morning Messrs. Newlanda, Thompson, Beck, W. O. H. Martin and others broke ground for a wool warehouse, which is to be 50x100 feet, and located just west of the Riverside Flouring Mills. Burke Bros, have the contract lor the brick and stone work, and James Bristol for the wood work. Tbe building is to be completed within fifty days. Colcord Club Members of the Colcord Club will meet at the headquarters of the Jones Republican Club on Friday evening at 6 :30 o'clock for the purpose of tak- ing part in the parade. By order of DR. DAWSON-, Chairman. N. C. Secretary. A IMaeatie Unaccountably Preva- lent. The prevalence of ailments at'rtbu able to ivlasmatle poison In the air tbat people breathe, and the water they drink, la well nigh un accountable. Not alone In pcstl- len lal swamps, badly drained enrtmrban districts, and marshes exposed to the sun's roya by the receding tide, IB this scourge of humanity found. Even In great cities, healthfully located, skillfully sewered, well looked after In evtry ruipect in a sanitary way, we flnd malaria. Its pres- ence- la often Inexplicable, but Its attaekr are always preventable. The ptotectorla Hosteller's Stomach Bitters. The eraal- cator bears the same name k cents. Sold by Wm. Plnnlger. The original and genuine Abletlno preparations bear the fac-aemlle signature of D K. FUYKIU BETTER THAN GOLD. RESTORED HER HEALTH. Tot 85 years I raftered from bolle, cryslpcloe jnd other blood ftflcctlons, taking during that lime great quantities of different medicines with- out giving mo any perceptible relief. Friends Induced me to try 8. B. 8. It Improved mo from the start, and after taking bottles, re- ttorcd my health as for as I could hope for at By age, which Is now seventy-five years. MBS. 8. M. LUCAS, Bowling Green, Ky. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed f reft SWIFT SPECIFIC1 CO., Atlanta, Ga, Bermuda Bottled. "You must go to Bermuda. If you do not I will not be fale for the But, doctor, 1 can alTwrd neither the time nor the money." Well, If tltnt Is ImpoMKlble, try SCOTT'S FMULSION OF PURE NORWEGIAN COD LIVER OIL. I call It Bermuda Bot- tled, and many

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Publication: Reno Evening Gazette

Location: Reno, Nevada

Issue Date: October 30, 1890

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