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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 5, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                Kt-no Ev( ningGazettc j I fcUSflEH E7ERY EYEMB EICEPt SOIDAY. C. BRAf.O. A. O. POKTMU BBAGG Proprietors. Wednesday.........November Of ttl'MCKIITIOM Daily, out- year (hv mail) oo WeeVly, one year (by oo Daily, delivered by carriet to any part ot week) 35 UVKKTISIKO. Daily, square (or one y> Weekly, one square for one month...... i as 5 O'CLOCK EDITION. Now THAT tho campaign is over the Nevada press cau discontinue hostilities and assume a more friciidly relation. The Democratic papers iioed 110 longer resort to misrepresentation and falsehood to build up their candidates, but can dismiss tho subject with a good big growl aud come down to the regular routine work. The Kopubiicau papers will no longer have to split hairs over tho ques- tions of whether Mr. Winters blew out tho gas or Mr. Colcord pays taxes in Estneralda; or whether C'olcord raised the wages of minors two bits a day or four. The En- terprise cau fill its columns with the old stereotyped "mining re- the Carson papers can get down to tho next thing to nothing, tho Journal can continue to clip from tbo all its "latest aud we will all bo happy. So rnoto it be. THK election of Mr. Colcord, after a campaign of misrepresenta- tion aud insinuation, proves what has always been maintained by the GAZETTE, that there is a vein of honor and common sense in tho people to which a worthy cause cau always safely bo Mr. Colcord's election shows that the people arc judges of issues, and are not to bo hoodwinked by tho false theories cooked up by political workers. Mr. Colcord may well be con- gratulated on tho triumphant vin- dication of his character and man- hood. GOVEKNOK Hill of New York has got a deserved dressing down from Secretary Noble. Hill is a great deal more of a politician than a statesman and more of a demagogue than either. He has stood in with the worst element in New York city to get a recount under circumstances which would give the slums of Gotham an ad- Sautnge of about 10 or 16 per cent in euaemeratiou over all othar districts of the Union. Secretary Noble has wit enough to see his game and properly rebukes him for playing the ward politician in the Gubernatorial chair. IT is now reported that thePiea- ideut has decided against calling an extra session of Congress. It is probably true, as It is now getting very late to issue a call. Most of the rumor to this effect has issued from Mugwump or Democratic sources, and was undoubtedly put out with a view of influencing the election by getting up a scare over the Federal Election bill. THE Central Pacific, although "out of politics" delivered the goods at Wadsworth with the hand of ft Tcterau. S? J Cordial Sfemr the A New York firm" has rented tke tenth floor of Chicago's nW'Maioaic Temple for a dry goods goods store np near the roof? TEat'e after the New York style and will be an experiment in Chicago. Other Hew York firms have secured floor space, and the whole building is to be quite after the New York idea. Every foot of the building baa already been rented, and the ground is not yet cleared for the foundation. THE GAZETTE will hail the day when the Republicans redeem their pledge relative to the Australian ballot system. That will in a measure stop the corrupt use of money at elections, for the pur- chaser of a vote will be obliged to trust to the "honor" of the man he buys to deliver the goods. Wo aro well aware of the tact that a man who will sell bin vote is not overburdened with that element so essentially necessary to the well- being of any community, called but what there is left will have to be relied on for u faithful performance of the con- tract. The greed for office aud power was so great that both par- ties had to resort to the corrupt I use of money to carry fbwir points ycbierday, so common has the custom become that there is an element in society who call them- selves men, who wait for a bid for their vote before they will cast it, and if some one who is nearly as unprincipled as the seller dous not come along with a five or u-n clol- Inr piece to purchase tl-o right our forefathers held so sacred, ihoy will not vote nt Every step forward tends to elevate the mor- als of a community, and if the Ke- publicans are faithful to their promises tho Australian ballot- system will do much toward puri- fying politics. Corrupt The Detroit Free Press says: There isn't a city official in Cincinnati, which seems to have the champion corrupt local Kovennent of America, who can't brine a hundred men into court to testify that they always looked upon him as an honest, upright man. A certain per cent, of the population of a city don't regard cheating the city as an offense. The Home Troth of The Spanitb have much Is If "breritjr it the'sonl'Of means a and other imprudences in eatingiaiKt'ttrlhk- ing are productive of one tremridoiu the progenitor of itstry these arc among the follies to .whldi this pithjr saying baa direct application. Th'r.evll to which we allude la digestion, to the relief and core of which St'omaxb UUters baa contributed more than any medicine which given to the American people. This Invigorating s'oniachlc and corrective the means not only of reforming or enfeebled condition of the. dlgefeflve'organs, bnt of renewing health? action of tfie towels and liver, Besides this It a tendency to rheumatism1 and'kidney compla'nt, extlrpades and prevents malarious diseaae, Is a po ent restorative of strength which la tailing, has: ens convalescence and mitigates the Inltrmltles of age. JultJCELLANEOIIS. S Hade Stroll Block TILL IN THE FIELD AND ARE HERE to stay. MISfcEi.1 ANEOTJ8. Their saloon, just west of the Res tamant. is oneof the pleasantest places of re- sort in the recently added A Fine Lunch Counter, Where all the delicacies of the season can be had. and his beer in bottles and on draught cm.not be beat for scents on the coast. Connected with the house is lodging accom- modation for 30 people; good clean beds and new airy rooms for 25 cents ptr night. Give them n call and read the papers. _________________sepa_________________ FOR i. s. AKTISTS MATERIALS Fresh Garden Seeds, Diamond Spectacles, CO T fc. J. HODGKINSON'S DRUG STORE. VIRGINIA STREET, RENO Stockholders' Meeting. fT1HK TIME FOR THE REGULAR AN- _L mini meeting of the stockholders of the Riverside Mill Co. having passed, notice Is hereby given thiit at n regular meeting of the Board of Directors ol said corporation held this day it xvas ordered that u stockholder's meeting be held on Suturdiiy, the fifteenth 'day of Novem- ber, 1890, lor the election of trustees to strve for the ensuinc year, and for the transaction of such other Business as may come before the meeting. CIIAS. T. BENDER, Secretary. Reno. Nevada. Oct. 15, 1890. ocifmioi. ARCADE SALOON. H.E. DAVIS CO., PROPRIETORS. THIS SALOON HAS BKEN RECENTLY fitted up in the most modern style, and is presided over Harry Davis, late of the Depot Hotel, Hbon everybody knows. The Bar Is Second to None In the State, being always provided wltb best of everything. Give Mr. Davis a call augnti Reno Troctee Markets W. S. BAILEY, Propr Wholesale and Retail Butcher, FRESH BKEF, MUTTON, PORK, VEAL and sausage constantly on hand. Ham, Baeoo and NmoKrd Beef a Specialty. Mniu Market, Virginia St, Reno. Reno door Trom5Ma- sonic Building, Commercial Row. e TRUCKEE ivery aod Feed Stable REKO, NEVADA T. K. HYMBRa.........Proprietor FIRST-CLASS TURNOUTS AMD FINBS1 Saddle Horses. Careful attention given tianclent stock. Boarders carefully looked alter. octitt WM. WEBSTER, JR. REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTION agent. Will buy and sell property on commission, rent houses, collect rents, nego tiate loans, furnish abstracts and pay taxes. OFFICE WITH WM. WEBSTER, SR., FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, Reno. Nevada. _____ Lots for Sale. OR MORK ELIGIBLE BUILDING L Lots for sale at easy prices and easy terms, south of the Tauckeenver.sonh- east of Reno. Enquire of 8. PAYDON. WILLI AM DIXON BROTHER. BEEF, MDlTOiV, POBK, VEAL, ETC. Are prepared to furnteli the best meats at the lowest 1'ving rates. 110739 Or. felerra Make Mistake U you decide, from what you have heart of Its' cures or read of its merits, that you wl! take Hood's SarsapartUa, do not be to bny something else which may be claimed to be "about "Jtdl as Remember that the aoianaaaa for to yoa to purchase wraewBrtltuU to that more profit may be made. Firmly resist al inducements, and Insist upon, baring Just what yon called for, Barsaparffla, Then you win not be experimenting with a new artlele, for Hood's SffnaparillaU Tried and True. In one store the clerk tried to induce me to bmy their own Instead of Hood's Sanapar- ffla. Bat he could not prevail on me to change. I tott him, I knew what Hood's Bar- I had taken it, was perfectly satisfied with It, and did notwantany MM. XLLA A. Qorr, Terrace Street, Boeton, ITe Are All Taking It. M We could not be without Hood's Sartapar- Ilia. It the best medicine we ever kept in the house. My family are all taking It" J. M. BARBIE, San Joaquln andFremont Streets, Etockton, CaL Hood's Sarsaparilla Bold by six for W. Prepared only by C. 1 HOOD A CO., Apotheoaries, Lowell, IOO Doses One Dollar O2VBJ Both the method and results when Syrup of Figa is tak en; it is plensun t and refreshing to the taste, and acts pently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, the sys- tem effectually, dispels colds, head- aches and fevers nndcun s habitual constipation. Syrup of is the only remedy of its Kind ever pro- duced, pleasing to the taste ana ac- ceptable to the stomach, pron.pt in its action and truly beneficinl in 5ts effects, its many excellent qualities commend it to all. It is for sale in 50c and bottles by all leading druggists. MANUFACTURED ONLY OY THE CALIFORNIA FIG SYHUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. LOUISVILLE. KY. HEW YORK. N.Y- M'MISSIGK'S OPERA HOUSE JOHN PIPER I.ESSEB. _ Engagement Extraordinary I Music and Fun ONE NIGHT ONLY. THURSDAY NOV. 6, 1890, T. Carlton's Opera Company, Unquestionably the largest, strongest and 1x.st comic opera company in existence, INCLUDING Clnra Lnne, "Clara Wisdom, Marion T.anRdoa Jennie Willord. Claire de Short, Bertha Jeannie Winston, I. K. Mur- ray, C. A. Bigelonr, Harold Blake, K. de Mesa, Dunshnne Cloward Walter West, Miles Parker, W. R. Dixon, And a superb chorus, in the greatest of all Comic Opera successes, THE BRIGANDS With Gorgeous Costumes, Magnificent'Mount Ings, etc Miss Winston will introduce sev- eral of her exquisite ballads. SCALE OF FRICES: Dress Circle (reserved) 50 Dress Circle Admission i oo Balcony (reserved) i o Admission Balcony 5 Lower Boxes, tour people 8 oo Upper Boxes, four people 500 Box sheet now open at Sam HoCgkinson's Drug Store. _ fen Away, The article the GAZBTTB is giving away is no cheap or common-place affair, it is something evetf family oaght to have. It is a Medical book for houie use. A book that is valuable, and choice in its language. A book of 480 pages. A book which you do not have to keep under lock and key. A well printed book. A well bound book. copies have sold In the last six months. It Is a book which is Riven avray. OUR are making this new departure lor two reasons: First. We wish in th ia way to ex press to our Old Subscribers ou appreciation of their patronage. Second. We hope to induce a large number of New Subscribers to' take our paper. OUR shall give a-copy of this three dollar book to each one of our subscribers this year, old aa welt as new, as follows: A new 'subscriber who sends for the WEEKLY GAZETTE and STOCKMAN tor one year at f2 00 In advance, we will give a copy of this 00 book. To any old subscriber who will re- new his or ber subscription for one year, at 00 in advance, and get as one new subscriber at 92 00, we will give a copy of the book. In this ease, the new subscriber will also get a copy of the book with- his year's subscription. TO OPERA HOUSE DRY GOODSlBliXXRE. STILL IN THE LEAD! No Attention Paid to the MeKinley Bill N Goods sold at the old prices, no extra charge made for imported goods. Worth of Dry Goods, Men's and Boys' Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Ladies' and All Wool Underwear, in facfone of the Largest Stocks- of Dry Goods and Clothing 'ever seen west of the Rocky Mountains It is an evident fact, and the people all unite in the same verdict, and affirm that they can purchase' MORE GOODS, GOODS, At the Opera House Dry Goods Store Than can be purchased for double the' amount at any other place on the Pacific Coast. Call and be Convinced that your money will hold out by purchasing your goods at the Opera House Dry Goods Store, C. W. BOOTONv Proprietor. Novitf Smoke the Celebrated ESTRELLA C X C A H Manufactured by E. H. GATO Factory No. 38; KEY WEST. SEE THAT No. 38 Is Stamped on the Bottom of Every Box ESBERG, BACHMAN CO. Agents ior the Pacific Coest, Francisco. Oal Townjroperty. I HAVE VERY DESIRABLE TOWN property for sale, situated in the pleas antest part of town BUILDING LOTS Suitable for dwellings, with n commanding view, can be had at fail prices. Also Choice Business Block. If you wish to speculate or be and see or address' uy WM. THOMPSON. nehiatf Reao Central Park Horse Market W. H. WOODS, Prop'r OPPOSITE NEW CITY HALL, EN trance on Mission street, near 8th, San Francisco, Cat With my business location, experience and extensive acquaintance, and my desiie to give the highest satisfaction in 'all my dealin prompts ine to say, if yon pOMy, saddle horse, driving bone, draft horse or mule, give me a call Horses taken for sale on Commission. solicited. FOR MEN ON Tie PfiffiBJi Eoiel is A THREE-STORY' BRICK STRTJCT- ure, entirely new, and is situated near the C. P. and N. C. O. Depot. Tho JRooms are well lighted and sunny and handsomely furnished. Table aavtflted "with all the Uellcaeles or tike aud Ural-claim: .The bar is at all times kept in keeping with the rest of the bouse; and the traveling public can find no better place to .stop than at'the Phcenix. Rates joandjj oo, according to the room, maiatf J. W. KILLEEN, Proprietor. THE PALACE RENO'S LEIDIKG HOTEl ..IT HAS. Light unii j Rooins, Keslnnrant Fine AL Wll'ITE, J. J; GBANT, livery Attention Reno's TUB new to the guests every day. THE aOdMSrare .'well ventilated and lighted and sunny. THK BOARD.isof the twit, both in qual- ity and quantity. The finest meaU, fish and fowl in the market. THE BAR is second to none on'the'coast Ghre a call and be convinced. W. The Clarendon. FINEST HOTBC IN RENO, SITUATED on Commercial Row, directly opposite the Depot Newly constructed add hard finished throughout. Bleclric light; gas. hot and cold water fixtures in every room.' Bath-rooms and every accommodation for guests. First- class trade invited. reasonable and table first-lass Pine bar attached, with the very choicest of wines, liquors A. J. CLARK, Proprietor. THE GRAND CENTRAL. mnis WELL-KNOWN AMD, POPULAR X hotel three stories fa height 'and con- tains 36 rooms, all well lighted and sunny, and furnished in modern style. JRie dining room is a home lor the traveler, wfere he can get very best market afijrds.and the is second to none in State. Try tile Onnd Central once aad yon ntn't stop aay- where die. jestf DAK Commercial Row, Reno, Nevada, Shelf Hardware, Bar'irdnJ Barbed lire, Stee Cumberland Coal, Lime, Plaster, Cement AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMtENTS RKieyetiiill Otter iifldiU Maefauic Extns a SpttiaHy. GROCERIES, LIQUORS, 1IHWARE AND CROCKERY. AGENT FOB EMPIRE MOWER. ooldwtf RICHARD HERZ, HOWARD, WALTHAM ELGIN, 00LUMUU8, ROOKFORD, HAMPTON And rtsie SWISS WATCHES, ar ETC., ETC. AT LOW PRICES! PLAIN AND FANCY ENGRAVING Diamond Setting and Fine Watch Repairing Are our Specialties. OVER WATCHES REPAIRED IN NEVADA. Corner of Coniinercial an Virgwia Street, Reno. Prescriptions, Pure Drugs and Chemicals, Patent Medicines; Perfumes and Toilet Ar- ticles at REA.SO3STADBLE SODA AND MINERAL WATERS (Carefully analyzed) on draught at the fine new fountain. BANKING AND INSURANCE. D. A. BENDER, GKO. W. MAPES. C. T. BKNDUR, GKO. K. TAYLOR, President. Vice-President. Cashier. Asst. Cashier A General Banking1 Business Transacted. Prompi'attention given to all business entrusted to pur.care. Foreign ana domestic exchange bought and sold. PRINCIPAL t BANK OF CALIFORNIA, San Francisco. NAT. DANKD. CO., rtucramentc NAT. BANK OF THK REPUBLIC.New York. CONTINENTAL NAT. HANK, Chicago, 111. BANCA GENKRAI.E. Genoa, Italy. ZZSZ DIRECTORS i W. O. H. MARTIN, A. H. MANNING, GEO. W. C. T. BKNDER. FRANK M. I.EK. D. A. BENDKR, ALLBN A. CURTIS, THE BANK OF NEVADA Capital Stock Fully Will hay and sell exchange on San Francisco. New York, London -1 and the principal Eastern and European cities OFFICERS: M. D POLEY. President R- S. OSBURN. Cashier. M. B. WARD, BOARD OF DIRECTORS! DANIEL MEYER, ol San Francisco., M. D. HO1.EY. of GEORGE RUSSELL, of Elko. M. B. WARD, J. N. EVANS, C. C. POWNING, L. ABRAHAMS, ol Reno STOCKHOLDERS! Daniel Meyer M. Brown, L. Brown and William Fries of San Frnncisco; Kussrll Bra I lev; of Elko- M. I) Foley.B. H. Donnelly, W. E. Griffin. John Tortey, H. Johnson, of KII reka- Mat Healey of Susanville; Theo. H. Winters, of Wnnhoc Valley: J. H. Whllrd of Wadr worth- C C PowninK J. N. Evmns, B. P. Bobo, L. Abrnlinmii. H. Could, Sol Lew? M. 'K. Ward, f. S. Osburn. R. H. Limlsnv. W.D.Phillips. E. Cohn. T. V. Ji.Jirn, L. Flint, J. H. Mitchell. Mrs. D. H. Barker, W. M. Anderson of Reno. Will transact a general Banking Business. Mining and otber ntoct bought' and sold on commission. Agents for ueveral ID anoe CkJmpanea ________________________ Paints, Wow AND Plate PI UlttSS. Kelly Go, Sacramento, California, Vail Paper, I'iliUB. EWSFAFERI EWSFAFERI   

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