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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - March 20, 1898, Reno, Nevada                                -V" OL. XXXX1Y. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, MONDAY, MARCH 21, 1898 PREPARATIONS. Buying Ammunition and Battleships. THE mm RELIEF BILL PASSED. SIMPLICITY ITStiLF. A Mimple, llarnil.-HM Kcmrily; Ye It uics the WorNt ViiNea o Wyspi-psia and Indigestion. Dr. Jennison, who bus made a lift Torpedo Boat Rpgr-rs B-eaks Down this Afternoon. The Fata of Murderer Clark In the Hands of the Jury. Plenty rf Puwrii-r. WASHINGTON, Mu.ch the Navy and War Departments continue their active prerarntiunfl arid emerg- ency in all hrancheg of arm- ament are being made daily by the various burpa'ip. The Naval Bureau of Ordnance has contracted for -1.500.000 pounds of brown powder, which is probably lue largest single order ever given. This was divided between the Cnlifoinia Powder Company nnd the Dopont Ponder Company. These concerns together are furnishing tbe bureau about pounds daily, and within a week or so it is expected ihn capac- ity will he broipht up to pounds daily. The order BUfflcieot in the aggregate to give 200 for eveiy gun afloat in the American navy, and with this large supply on baud, the navy, for the first time in yearp, be more than amply supplied with powder. March HOUFB Committee on Naval Affairs wil, recommend an appropriation of for tbe nayy. ThH will in- elude for a warship for the the Great Lakes. There is an item for three battles-hips, not to co-l over each. The six torpedo boats ai) horiz to cost not lo exceed mnl-, and the six torpedo 'boat destroyers each, and the money rucen- sary to build them is appropriated in full. An increase of in the foros of unlisted men and boys in the mivv is authorized. This make I he total force of will be men boys. GUTHRIE (OklH.l, March masted men rode into t.ho lit'le toirn of Prtoey; Woods connty, Saturday evening, and finding practically the entire population unending revival at the Methodist Church, proceeded lo hold ap the congrega- tion. The n.imater was praying when the robbers appeared nt ihe door, and theywaited for hiui lo conclude before they slated (heir mission. Ttien came the order, "Hands which was promptly obeyed hy every persjn in tbe house. While two of the bandits covered the victims will) revolvers .the other two ''took up a not spaiii ing even the prencher, fiom whoai ibey got or The few niekuls ai.d dimes lhat had been taken up by the previous collection were also taken. Afier gathering in all the money and watches in the church two of tup ..i. ui. L.TW.JI ,I0., a Lnuir-n-. wutiu iU ItH THKfD robbers viniled the stores of the iown j meals and allowed to dissolve ID and took all the money in sight, while j 'bo mouth and, mingling witli Hi j fnr.d in iho'slomneh, digests it cim p'.etely before it has time to ftruieut Jdca v and sc.ur. On ac ual experiment one grain o Stuart's Dyspeps a Tab'eU will dige-. three thousand grains of meat, eggs ana similar whnli-soir.e food-i. It is sale lo say if this wholesome study of stomach troubles, says: Al forms of indigestion really amount to the samo thai is, failure to com pletely digest the food eaten; DO mutter wutthiir tne trouble is acid dyspepsia or sour (.tomacn, belching of wind, nervous dyspepsia or loss of flesh and appetite; a pmsoa will Dot have any of i hem if the stomach can be induced by any natural, bai mless way lo thor- oughly digest what is eaten, and Ihis can be done by a simple remedy that I hava tebted in hundreds of aggra- vated with complete success. The remedy is a combination of fruit and CSSMKVI-, pure asnptin pepsin and eolden ceil, put Dp in Ibe form of pleasant tasting aiid sn'd b.v drnguista under the f.f Stusm'ti Dyspepsia Tablets. One or two of Ihe.-e tablnts sbouid he :nk( n LITERARY NOTES. Ibe other two herrlpd the tow nspeojile in the church. 411 four (hen rode south into the hills. A posse is in pursuit, but with eruull hopes of ovwr- lalting them. remedy was belter known by people Wit-mil-rut fur %la-ka. PAN FKANCISCO, March vessels are under construction at tlin UJ, Fulton Engineering and Shipbuilding Ceuerally, it would bea nafonal bless-- Wurkp, and another will bi com- K-ns w" a nation of dyspeptics, tuenced as soon as room CUM bs found I anci of all diseases owe in the ship yards for her keel. AM cA the vessels are intended for the Klon- dike trade, and work on them is being rushed aa rapidlv as possible. Three of those under way are sleain schooners, and the, other three ore intended for traffic on the Yukon River. The three river baits are being hnill for the Alaska-Yukon Company. One of them was launched a few davs ago, and a force of mechan- ics are now engag-id in pulling; her machinery in jilact-. The second one is now in fruuie on the stocks, and she will be launched in a few days. A-i soon as ehe is i.ff the ways the thud one will hr> commenced. The three river hoala are feet in length, 30 their origin to imperfect dlgestionand nutrition. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are not a secret, atenl medicine, but a fjfly- C5iit package will do more leal goi d for a weak stomach than filty dollsis worth jf patent medicines, and a per- son the saiisiHction of knowing just what ue is putting into his stom- ach, which ho dues not know wlien widely advertised patent medicints are used. All druggisis sell Stuart's Dyspepsia Tublsls, full-sized packages, 50 contN. A little book on cause ami cure of stomach troutilis tuailed free by ail- I Tho Stuart Co., Marshall, Mioh. feet beam, and of them will be lifted lo casry Ki5 paeaengert) in her cabins. Baying March is un- officially announced that negotiations Iroking to !he purchase of the O'liig- glns and Ibe San Marline, are reach- ing a satisfactory conclusion. is one of tbe fastest batllsbips evtr constructed, her con- tract speed beinn knots per hour. The San Martino was originally built forltally and was then called the Varez, and is the cruioer said to have been purchased by Spain. She is also rapid, and a; tuoroughh up-to- date protected cruiser. If the purchase of these boats is confirmed, as it no doubt will be, the United States will hold a full and in- vincible band. Oil AUK l-M-llll Stilll', DavU Ward, (lie lucky gold miner who bro-ifiht back the news of a rich find of gold ll.e Ameriuiu. side of Alaska and who says that the rush next pprit.g will be fnr thn Yukon on iho American sidp, spent tiree yfiarp proipeciina in Alaska, anil in that time recei-.pdonlv seven letters from home. Snma his return lie has hud more than that many tnoiifarids of leiterr from would-be argonauts in three months. Ha is now in Philn- de.lplnn, Pa., and tries to answer every j inquiry r.oi.ceri.ii-g the far north, its perils, rigors of climate and wunileifu] riches. His practical experience makes liia advice highly valuable, and anyone interested in Alaska should avail themselves of bis knowl- edge by writing to him. Ki-iit-f WASHINGTON, Match bill ap- propriati g fur Hie relief of the families of the sailors killed by tbe Maine disaster passed the House by a unanimous vote. It is expected lhat the report of the Saval Court of Itqniry, as to the cause of tbe disaster, will be ready for tbe consideration of tbe cabinet lo- morrow morning. Everything was quiet in the House j during the passage of the relief bill, DO inflammatory speeches being made. Kroke Ouwn. WATIHNGTON, Ma.-ch tor- pedo boat Eogers broke down at this afternoon on her tiial trip and WBB ordered to the Norfolk navy yard for immediate repairs. Secretary Long assured a San Fran- cisco Call correspondent that tbe re- port of tbe Naval Board of Inquire bap not bsen received and probably will not be until Thursday morning. Equipping the Cavalry. WASHINGTON, March Miles, bead of the United Slates army, has asked for authority to pnt the United Slates cavaliy on a war footing once. To do tuie will require a considerable number of horsea besides those already in the service, and Gen- eral Miles Las made n requisition for 600 more at once. Clark Trial. NAPA, March Hogan for the defen8e finished bis argument this morning and the case went to ihe jury. There practically no de- fense, on'y three witnesses heii'g called, and Iheir testimony being lim- ited to establishing SIM previous good ol defendant. Attorney Bell's argument was a Ire- mendoua indictment, and Claik seemed to be under the shadow of the gallows. _______ Hotel ArnvulM. The following regintered at the Clarqndon yesterday: H, R. Math- Petalnma; H. Wood, San I'isco; Frank E. Everett, Wellii.gton; E, W. Caruion, Cleveland; E. .E .Norton, E. M. Congcion, E. A. Kin- kade, G. C. B-iecher, C. J. Beatty, W. F. Oo.; Fred Legar, D.ck Roherls, Carson; J. La I'luera, J. E. Piunlt, city; VVm. B.un'jait, G. Goodwin, Carson; D. C. Fix and wife, ton II. Jdyr.es, Gardnerville; H. 0. inu', ciiy; C. E. Rubeitcon, city; O H. Kenyoii, New York J L. Wadsworth; Geo. Hall, Lovtlutk, J. Dennis, San Francisco. Gjlffen Hotel Mrs. Levy ond family. Lovelock: S. E. Bakee, Janesville, H A. tlaivkiria, Birkelev W. H. Ede, Likeview; L. D. Simp, L gallon: R. E. Thompson, J. E. Siewart and w fe, Mr- Kiy and wi'e, Iowa City K. Peter- eon, L'jvelock; M. R. Martell, San FrancUco; S. Crunch, ChieujD. P. Hinley, Empir--; Robereon and wife, San Joee. What the .llngazineM for April Will C'oniuiii, In the Overland for Apiil will ap- pear one of the most powerful stories that has bepn published in America. It. is a Norwegian tale, the characters rpfiH-tt' g the wild ard unusual na'nre of tliis-Ian I built fur giants. Jyhanes Refiners, the author, himself a Nor- wegian though living now in Califor- nia, pictures vividly theshadow of Ihe dark mountains, the rush of water, tbe stretch of glacier side by side wilh ih> flowering slopes, the odor of birch brests and the lowing of cows. "Lost, in the Petrified by Will Barnes is a pathetic etoty ol cow- boy lifeia A izona. Tbe second part if Major Ben. C. Tinman's "Knight if ihe with illustration >y Boeringnr. James C. MeCurdy (ill interest it-adern in an account o !ape Flattory imd itn light. "A Van- ishing I.-land." by Mrs. Button Wil limnson, ia an hislnrinal account of Dead Island off SDH Pedro bor, nnd n rlepcripticn of geologi- cal strata. Theodore de Lagnntt writes of Mark Twitin as a prospective classic and Kosiiter conlinues hie i-nniig and oiiiinal chat in "The Wlii-speriiig One of poems, "Bring eo is a very heunlifol Bonnet hy Mrs. Ella HigtjinEon. Inside figures are always interest- ing and the following are cnrtainli 8'ime striking ones about tl.e Ladies Rome Journal. During 113 copies of this magazines were printed and BU thoroughly gold that .ha latter-year insui-a are entirely out of print. It uomir'B of in a year, and aneorbs '02 pounds of ink. It rnns28 File advertising columns contaitifd 498 325 .worth of advertising during tie last Cyear. The editors received ,290 manuscripts and less than one per cent were ocni'pled. The nniga- ine emplovp 22 .ssaff editois and letters have hepn received in d i y the editors of corre- HU'ondeoce coliiini.-s. The liaa over 15.090 acllve, working KgHiits on the road getii- g It lias eitiica'cd 442 girl.s free of charge iis fiee p.dncaliunnl plnr. ]n ii smcli! it has r-c-ivrd high as r-ut-scripiii HA and copidH of HIP Journal are Hold ench month on Ilia hluru'e 000 popple eubssiibo for it ly the ye i. The Cosmopolitan Ap'il is a feast of go'd Ininne fr ,111 cuvnr to cover. (Jup of the noi.sl.le I'oauri-s t.) Irg gra !e iiiagnxinp. IH a ei-ries of photographic slniiii-3 (iniinr.ging poi- traits and diiinty hi'-i of ml of ihe way scenery most lefresh'ng to hn k upm Jim Towji.sc-nil ways it Would i.-ii, e j Two Mjiniiinh Jlini-H to twukirii f Jim Townsend discourses thus on Bidie: Tnere in ihe immediate vicinity of Bodie a plnce wheie quiet- ness is eipected lo yard, but even there, at timce, it is livelier Ihan it, is on the main street. Bodie seetna- lo be laboring under an attack of ceiebro spinal meningitis combined with progieesive pnralyeis, but the'nilnients ate not sufficiently virulent to make them profitable for the doctors and undertaker. Our new brass band should practice slow marches, to conform to the fu- gait of many of our citizens. It is tbe Archangel can-toot his horn loud enough to 'disturb the final repose of onr Silurians. The torpedo which wrerked the Maine would not have dialurbad this community. WH tlow uoing pec-pie i would have thoualii it was a tort of j doxologv to the Chinese yea-. I It is tough to be ilead, but tougher still to be dead a.id not know it. Does it ever occur I o anybody (bat Bodie is getting to be a fearful dull 'own? It is in a rut and needs to be hoisted out. It ia scandalously and exasperatingly phlegmatic and inex- cusably slow. It a vigorous snaking op. An earthquake would be iod medicino for There Must be Something in o r Urge stock cf Wall papers to soil yew. At present vie are selling good and Bedn. om Papers at 12% cents per DOUBLE BOLL, and upwards Gilt Papers for Parlors and rooms at 20 cents per doable rail and upwards. CALL AND SEC THEM. PORTEOUS DECORATIVE CO. Henry Woods, late supervisor at the asylum, is back from below. He wp.nl o Yerington on the local. If You Want To Be On Time CARRY ONE OK R. mm FINE WATCHES. Watch Repairing. Engraving and Diamond Setting at Lowest Pr ces. I'o Hut 1'iildic, We announce lo the resideiils of Reno and vicinity that we hi-e em- ployed F. T. Taylor, of Chicago an old experienced ha-tlwnre mai  pleased to nail on all th. store "r Hhup, GKNESV SAVAGE. J'idga Cheney is in cnurt. Wini A Kninor. WASHINGTON, March be- lief ia iieneral this fftcrn-on tlat President MiKinley has finally de- cided to Cubxn indepen- dence, although eome Congressmen think that this rumor is put forth by the administration to restrain the im- patience of the Tin- lo-Xighr. "Turned Ihe hill to hn pre- aented to-aignt by the Ho. key-Wheel- er Company, is considered one of the cleverest farce comedies lhat has been presented to the public in many a duy. It was in the eccen- tric character of Carryway Bones in "Turned Mr. Nat Goodwin achieved his most pronounced success. Id this pirf, Mr. Harry Hockey is said to rivrl Mr. Goodwin, and thoae who eij.y B hearty latign and desirous -f dissipating any symptoms of Ihe should certainly not ivnss "Turned Up" to-night. Prices 10, 20 and 30 cents. Imptirianc in fr' Tbe New York Tiibune has issued a 32 page papor entitled "Fifty Yeare Improvement in which i.i invaluable to every one intrrested in agriculture and incidentally may be read by every one with great interest. It contains as much reading malter as the large magazines, and every line of it ia extremely interesting and in- structive to farmers who wish to les- sen labor and increase profits. For the GAZETTE will send the jiEKiy GAZETTE AND'STOCKMAN and the New York weekly Tribitr.e for one year, and tbe 32 page edition of Fifty Years Improvement in Farm- Mtoctt Mhipmrnis, Tan following ate the stock enip- m -nis recorded to-day: Frnai Reno, Bros, shippers, to Shelly Rodgers, South 0 naha, 39 c ira cattle, 741 head. From Carhop, F. E. Humphreys -o Batfle, Truckee, one car hogs. HfHt Of til To cleanse the system in a gentle and traly beneficial manner, wtien i.lie Springtime c-omes-, use tbe true and perfect remedy. Syrup of Fins. Buy genuine. M-innfaciured by the California Pig Syrup Co. only, and sale by all drungists, at 50 cents per bottle. Anhenser-Bosch beer is in the lead and is Ihe best in the market, Y u will always find that it is fresh at the A Uoniliinaiion. From this date the GAZETTE will club with the San Francisco evening Bulletin, one of I be leading coast waiters, giving all the city news spark- ling and fresh at the extremely low rate for bolh the GAZETTE and Sidle- tin of per year, payable in advance, by mail, or tbe WEEKLY GAZETTE AND STOCKMAN and San Francisco daily Bulletin (or H 50 per year. Get on ttie around floor and avail yourself of tlie liberal offer al once. GAZETTE PUBLISHING Co' a The blood it t' e life. F i flow o' pure blood, vitalist the life cur- rents with The Bitters DYSPEPSIA, AND Are removed by it. Heal Kniaie Transfers. The following are the real estate transactions since our last: Improvement Co. to T. H. Blun'dell, dated March conveys lot 4. in block 7, as per offi- cial map of Wadsworth. Considera- tion, PiXON BROS. Wholesale and Retail BUTCHERS SPEC1UTY MADE OF SUPPLYIH6 BOAST MUTTON, ROAST PIG and DRESSED CHICKEN To reslaurants and private families In any quantity'desired. Cor. ComiiMeial Row Virginia St RENO, NEVADA. mr21tf _______ Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; itispleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gentlyyetpromptly on theKidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys- tem effectually, dispels aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro- duced, pleasing to the taste and ac- ceptable to die stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities com- mend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in sc cent bottles by all leading drug- gists. Any reliable druggist who may net have it on hand will pro- cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRAtieiSCO, CAL. HEWl MM, M. Reserved for Riverside Hotel. A Fruitless Search. You may nea'ch IheoouDlry over with a fpy-glass and yon'll to find a drug btore safer or more ero- notnical than ihlf. When you bring a prescription you pet pncisely-vfiat il calls for, in the pinpst ind drugs Diarkwl iiflbrris. Our cliarges f..r preMriHions ami our prices on anything in ilieblore always price and thr a'small one. Russian, Corn Cur Wasiioe Talsam HODGKINSOIS'S Drug Store. DISSOLUTION NOTICE. THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETO- lure existing A. aid nnd L. B. flt-m name ml styhj pi Fitzgerald. Derby, ol the Pa'a-e Hotil, Is this day dissolved hv mutual consent. L. B. oprby retir ng. Those owing Ihe late fii-Ti of H zsoralcl Derby will pipage call and snU those havlnp bills ngnlnst the said firm will p eseot the same. J. >.FITZGRfiAlVD, UB. DERbV. Heno, March 3, mSm Virginia Street and Commercial Monarch saloon, as they large qnanlities lhat it can stale. .Pell Fllfh After Sixty of Pain. I have used Trib for my arm, which I had brok'en when a child, and still, at the age of seventy years, would pain me at times, especially in stormy wealber. Trib has stoppad the pain, I used to have a se.rious tronbls with swollen and stiffened knee-jointp, but "rib Ima reduced ttu'tn to their natural ja ard driven out ttie stiffness. MBS. L. M. EicKspgH, Reno, Nev, 1 Oar New uiid Pretty Calendar Write for it. It, will cost yon-nothing. 8undvu8 a list ol namea of those who may send away for their groceries nnd we will feel .epaid. The Best Take-up Yet Devised. Holds securely on any kinds of hosiery. Never stipe or Tears. Costs no more than the old inferior styles at OL L Dry Goods House CHOICE CRAB APPLE CIDER AND MATERIAL FOR MINCE MEAT JUST RECEIVED 3D. t. FELDHUSEN'S, The Handsomest Big Groceiy in Northern California. SACRAMENTO, CAL. We save you f5.00 on every J20.00 worth of groceries TOU buy. Write for our monthly catalogue. Mention The holidays are coining apnue and I have laid In large stock of -Of every kind, and invite the public to In.peot my Hock iNEWSPA'FERr lEWSPAPERI   

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