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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 6, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                ihe Reno Gazette Has tbe beet Eastern and Coast Telegraph Report of any paper between San Francisco and SaU Lake. 4 tok at the Gazette Will convince anyone of its superior excellence as a newspaper, K. VOL. XXX. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVABA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1890. NO. 3v. Large Democratic Ma- jority in Congress. jority be is greatly satisfied with the result. He paid the issues were be- tween protective tariff and tariff for revenue only, clear distinct, and nothing else entered fnlethe canvass. His bill was the center of assault. ST. Louis, Nov. 6. The latest In- fo caption from Arkansas is to the effect thai the official retmns -from nine counties in. the -Second: Diet, id, AT THE POLLS, A Man Killed in Placer Co., California. An Insane Mother Murders Her Child. The Beeeat By AMociated ST. PAUL, Nov. latest fig- ures from the Fifth Congiessiouai District indicate the possible election of Falverson, the Alliance candidate. KLMIKA, N. Y., Nov. 6. H. H. Rock we-1, a Democrat, is elected to Congress in the Tweuty-ecghth Dis- trict. PiTTNHLRii, Nov. Quay pasned through this city last his way to Floiidu, In reply to a query: "To what do you atliioate the result of the eleciion he said, "To a lack of votes." "It looks to ine tnough that the best thing to do just now is to Haw wood." Tne retuma indicate that the farmers and Jaboriog- mea did the business for us in this Suite. YOKK, Nov. Associated Preau repor.8 show the eleciion ol 68 Doinoc.aiic Assemblyman in New York Still e to 60 Republicans. The former will have on joint ballot, 81 votes against the lattei's 79, ensures the election ol a, Democratic successor to Senator Evarls. The Democrats claim two Assembly DIB- Uicta credited to the Republicans to belong to them. Ngw YORK, Nov. Tribiii e (U) Unda the result in the State Legis- lature on joint ballot Io be: Republi- cans, 102; Democials, 100; Alliance, C. CHICAGO, Nov. Daily News makes a forecast of the make- up of the Fifty-thiil Congress, count- ing the Farmers' Alliance men with the Democrats. It shows a total oi 99 Republicans and 233 Democia.s; Demociatic majority, 133. CHICAGO, Nov. Jones 01 the Kepublican State Central Com- mittee concedes the Legislature to the Democrats, but claims the election of the State ticket by from to The Democratic State Central Com- mittee are unwilling to concede the claims of Jones in regard to the State ticket, aa the official returns from 27 counties out of 102 in the State show iv net gain of over for the Dem- ocratic State ticket. I'liiLAUHi.ruiA, Nov. returns on the State Legislature shown the Republicans have a majority of 56 on joiut HARTFORD Nov. Legislature is Republican by from 8 or 10 on joint ballot. Congressman, Lewis Sperry (D) of the First Distvici; W. F. Wilcox (D) of t'oe Second, Charles A. Russell (R) of tne'JVud, and Kobert K. DeForrest (D) ia the Fourth. FAKGO (X. Nov. returns indicate that the Legislature will have ten Republicans out of a total membership of 93. The enUre Republican Stsle and ticket is elected. DETROIT, Nov. is thought that whole Democratic State ticl.et is elected by from 10 pi o- rality. The Legislature is also Demo- cratic on a JUSJOQ vote with the 1'al- rons of Industiy, who hold the bal- ance of power in the First, Second, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh and Tenth Con- gressional Districts. I COXCORD (N. Nov. Re- j publicans concede the election of Don- iels (D) in the Second District. This gives the Democrat? the two Congress- men from this State. Both parties claim the L Nov. Re- publics Committee claim that Car- ter will have a small majority, but Dixon's election is generally conceded by from 200 to 500 plural it CANTON, Ohio, Nov. lack of telegraph facilities in Holmes county prevents the ascertaining of the vote in McKiuley'a district. Stark county gives McKir.ley 700 majojiiy and Medina county Wayne gives Warwick 390 majority, and the latest advices from Holmes give him McKinley concedes Warwick's election by GOO. This will be verified unless the votes of the precinct in Holmes, which are estimated, show unexpected gains for McKinley. CANTON, Ohio, Nov. aaid this afternoon to an Associated Press reporter that while conceding bis probable defeat by a small ma- An Incendiary Fire Destroys the Town. PORTION BIPED. jority. Both claim the First I IHv.iict. ID tbeFottrtb WstrietTeny i elected, and all the other have probably also gone Democratic. I MiNjjjtApoLts, Nov. returns from 60 couQiieftfive Metriam (Rep.} for Governor a plurality ol with 15 counties to hear frow. It looks as as if Merriam is elected. TheFjftn Congressional Disliict is still in doubt. Castle (Dem) is elected in the Fourth, I.hiiJa (Rep.) in t'ue Second, Harris (Dem.) io the First and O. M. Hall (Dem.) in the Third. Ths-AJl'ance will probably bold the balance of power lathe State DEB MOINKB, Nov. nearly complete unofficial returns for Secre- tary of Siate, with a few counties partly estimated, show McFarland, the Republican a plural- ity of The remainder of the State ticket ia probably divided. The latest Congressional returns elect Hendorsoq, a Republican, in the Third District and Flick in the Eighth. The delegation to Congress will stand six Republicans and five Democrats. TNDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 6. Hurricane Blowing .at- the Time, An Incendiary Fire at Olty, Gal. Nevada crats elect 11 out of the 13 Congress- men, and claim the State by majority. OMAHA, Nov. (D) is elected Governor by from to but the most of the Republican State ticket below the Governor IB elected. The Farmers' Alliance have the Leg- islature and two Congressmen, and most of the county officers. Trnckee Special to the GAZETTE. TAVCKEE disastrous fire broke oat here shortly after mid- night, and as the wind was blowing a hurricane, the flames were sooa be- yond control. The fire was started in the rear of Stall's brewery by an incendiary. A man was seen running away from the place soon after the flames broke out. The brewery and half a dozen other Demo- buildings were soon burning and the buildings, bat no further danger ia anticipated. Lumber for rebuilding tbe burnt i district began to arrive on tbe ground at daylight, and as soon as the fire ia extinguished the work of rebuilding will commence. The losses, as far as known, aggre- gate about and the insurance about Mtaale-ys Arrival to Blew York. By Associated Press 1 NEW YOBK, Nov. M. Stanley arrived on the steamer Teutonic this morning and was met by law manager, Pond, with a party. Stanley was asked to say something about the rear guard troubles and the stand don papers have taken on it since his departure from England. I do not wish to say much about it yet, and have not read the London papers carefully enough to express an opinion. I object to stir matters up unless I am forced to do so., The log- _ boukd ui lug -rear guard were signed j day "by day, in by Bartellot, Barre or Kingston, while in chargev together with the official reports of the officers. J   Fire. Spet'al to the GAZETTE] NEVADA Crrv, Nov. barn iu the suburbs of this city belonging to Joaquin Lopez was burned last night, together with six "horses, buggies, sleighs and harness. The fire was in- cendiary. The Latest from Virginia City. Sot-rial to the GAZETTR.! VIRGINIA CITY, Nov. count up to 3 P. M. gives the following ma- jorities: Colcord, 382; Poujade, 393; Bartine, 372. In three wards the count will be completed by midnight. Douglas JtetnrM. Douglas county gives the following majorities: Colcord 45, Ponjade 62, Bartine 76, Bigelow 36, Rising's ma- jority over Fitzgerald 121, Cheney's majority over Dorse? 45, falbot's ma- jority over Bonnifield 61, Wells' ma- jority over Knox 131, Torreyson 92, Josephs 56, Grey 48, Horton 60, Egan 62. Jooea 105, Ecktey 17, Ring 71, Haynes 44, George 68, Springmeyer 35, Manning 62, Elakeslee 44. G. W. Folsom beat H. P. Dangberg for State Senator 10 votes, and witS tbe exception of Sheriff and Auditor the' entire Republican ticket.waa elected. TfitfeflRAPHIC BREVITIES. tilvcrr 108K. The: Republicans in MoKmleys dis- trict have reduced the democratic vote of two yeara by fully 2.5CO. Fl'KMSHING GOODS, HATS BOOTS AND SHOES. 1890. FALL AND WINTER. 1891. There was seven inches of snow this moraine at Liegsn, the northern terminus of the N. C. O. narrow gauge. Win be paid, to any coup find, on analysis, a particle of Mercury, Potash. or otter potaons to Swift's Specific (a 8. a) EATIHG SORE Henderson,   Prices Lower than Ever. Tbe article tbe GAXETIE Is giving away is no cheap or common-pi ace alia i', it is eomelbi'ig every family ought to have. It in a Medical book for home use. A book tbat la valuable, and choice in its language. A book ol 480 pages. A book which you do not have to keep under lock and key. A well pripUed book. A well bound book. copies have Bold ID the six months. It is a book wuich is given away. OUR are making new departure lor two reasons: First. We wi'-h in Ibis way loex press to our O'cl Subscribers ou appreciation of tbeir pairouago. Second. We hope to Induce a large number of New Subscribers to take oar naper. OUR shall give a copy of this three clolinr book to each one of our subscribers Ibis old as well aa new, aa follows: A new soDsicriber who neruls for tbe WEEKLY GAZETTE and STOCKMAN lor one year at 00 in advance, we give a copy of this 00 book. Toauy old subscriber wbo wi'l re- new bis or ber for one year, at 00 io advance, and get its one new subscriber at 00, we will give a copy of the book. Io this cose, the new subscriber will get a copy of tbe book wltb bis year'ti rabscriptiou. PACIFIC BREWER'. itono Soda Works and Granite Saloon. GK KEHTH, to George Becker. Beer by the Glass, Quart, Bottle or Keg at shortest notice. Lager Beer of the bent always on hand. Orders from tiie country receive prompt attention. Commercial Mow. Heno. It C. NOVACOVJCH. H. BERR BERRY MACOVICii, ----Wholesale nnd Retail in----- Groceries, Provisions, FINK TEAS AND COFFEES, Fisii: auH: Osiers In season. FRUITS 0V ALL KINDS, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Crockery. We carry a fine assortment of FANCY GROCKRIKS. Commercial Row, Reno, Nevada. Fireworks, Flags, Firecrackers, Etc. li. FISHEU CO., SACRAMENTO, CAL dealers iulfireworkx. etc. We make a Hpcclalty of Kxhlbitinn Goods. rexpoui fully nnkml to correHpond with us, as we give you more and better goodi than any other company on the coast. Send (or Price List. II. FISHER CO. Largest Dealers on Pacific Ccast. -V5 JOHN POTHOFP, Prop'r OPPOSITK DEPOT. Livery and Feed Stable. First  KB8IGNEI> ADMINJ8TRATOB 1 of the KttateofH. H. Gelger, deceased hereby notine; til having to with necciuarjr to athoe County, state of ThU administration being ordered d Judge ,and thla tbe Administrator. A HANDSOMELY BOOND BOOK OF M giving of alldiMareft and recognized treatment according to Jour U.3erent ichooly: will in .en icooy: w in docto '7ith TMB CAZBTTB AKD one year A fletf.nsatt ROOM, ROOMS FOR RJ5NT, NEAR THK bnot Khool house. Inquire or A. O. AF All. KINDS KOR 8AT.W AT U   

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