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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - October 31, 1890, Reno, Nevada I HE BEST The awurclftd the premium by the Nevada Slate Fair. 110 SOT GO AWAY From home for your printing. Trv ibe OAZKTTK rftVo and have clour VOL. XXX. MISCELLANEOUS. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1890. H. LETER, THE BON TON TAILOR, Has just received a fine line ot Kail goods, both FRENCH AND DOMESTIC. made to order cheaper Uian any other place in the city. A perfect fit guaranteed or no VIRGINIA STRX.KT, NEAR COMMERCIAL ROW, RKNO, NKVAUA. aoscp FIFTY CENTS PER WEEK. l classes ol legitimate ad- vertisements, not exceeding six lines, inserted in this column for fifty per week. BRUTALITY They Kill Those "Wish ing to Leave. THE DUTCH UIO Detail of the United States Census Report Lost. AWHITK SKTTKH PUP WITH BROWN on ears; 4 mouths old. Person returning it to tbis office will receive reward. OCtjl'lW Furnished House to OF FIVE ROuMS, OUTHOUSKS AND barn. Lot zoo feet front aud land un der cultivation. Inquire at the Toronto Res- tmnant. An Insane Man Murders His Two Brothers-ln-Law. T Girl 'Wanted. DO COOKING A RANCH, wages, thirty dollars per mouth. House Rqnt. SKVKN ROOMS AND all modern improvements, situated on riiua street. Inquire ou premises, J. N. WAI.I.ACIi. For Rent. A N KIJCIBI.Y 1.OCATKD A. house of five rooms. Inquire of J. 8. SHOKMAKKR. O Pin Lost. N WKST STKKKT, SOUTH OP TRACK, u plaiu Jfold safety piu. Please leave at i'. office. wi For Sale. THOSE BKAUTIKUI. Oil, PAINTINGS, by Mrs. lilaiich llubbard, winch took tile piemium at the recent State Fair, arc for sule, and ou exhibition at tiie residence ot Mrs. W. S. Bender. Commercial Row. Please cull nnd see them. For Sale. MY RKSIDKNCK ON SIERRA STREET immediately north of the Opera House, one or the desirable pi ices in town and rurnUtud with all modern improvements, ociittf U. O. Tor Sale. Gloves, purses, pipes, books, plates, Envelopes, tablets, inks, pencils, slates, Oils, perfumes, knives, shears, traps, Razors, brushes, cosmetics, soaps, straps, Glue, needles, and a variety more, Elegant things at the Reno Bargain Store. _________________UPC_________________ To Let for tbe "Winter. PART OF, OK MY ENTIRE RESI- A. deuce, furnished. Apply at my outtcc m Siinderlaiid's builcmg. ocfitf DR. H. BERGSTEIN. For Sale. A FINK FAMILY CARRIAGE HORSE, phaeton and harness Tor sale very cheap. Apply at this oftice at once. sepiStf For Trade. A LOT OF GOOD HOUSES AND CAT- tle to trade lor sheep. Apply at this olBco. ,_________________syp.Otf Choice Residence Property FOR SALE. ONE HALF MILE FROM the Railroad Depot and one-fourth mile from the State University. Wattr with the property. If you wish to make a home come and see me. fuea) B. F. LEETE. Fine and O TO H. F. PAVOLA FOR FINE MEN'S VT ladies and childrens boots and shoes. Fine custom, work a specialty, repairing neatly done. septltf Ladies Rememter fl'IlAT MRS. S. C. JUDU CARRIES THOSE A beautiful fining Madame McCabe Cor- sets the Ferris Waists, Rawllngs' Shoulder Unices, White House Cook Book and Stanley's Africa. Call and examine the goods. Residence J doors tionh Opera House ocuf Brookins' Steam Candy Factory THK K1KST CANDY FACTOKY IS Reno. Fresh candy every hour. Call and get prices of smnllquautltlcsor by the barrel. Wholesale prices same as San Francisco. )ai4tf C. J. BROOKINS. W Sala. INDOW WEIGHTS ALWAYS ON hand aud for Hale at the mchutl UNION IRON WORKS.B "Our Family Physician." AHANPSOMEI.Y BOUND BOOK OF 148 pages, giving symptoms of all diseases and recognized treatment according to lour different schools: will save fco In doctor's bills in one year. Given away with THKWEKKI.Y UAZBTTK AND STOCKMAN one year %i. To the Public. A Uublic approbation Carleton produced at the Grand Opera House in the same city. For the manager of a raveling organization to challenge lomparison with the Casino was re- garded as little short of audacity. But he critics were compelled to admit bat the production was quite as reditable as was the rendition of it at the Casino. So great was Curle- on's success in "The Brigands" that abandoned the idea ho begun the season with, which was to carry a et-3rtory, and gave nothing but "The Brigands." An effort was made to top him in the courts, but the effort ailed, for the reason that he gave the triginal opera as published, and was lot guilty of operatic piracy. BREVITIES. R. R. Parkinson, late of the Carson "ribune, is in town to-day. Allen A. Curtis, formerly of the ank of Paxton and Curtis of Austin nd Reno, together with his wife, is egistered at the Riverside. Joe Josephs, the Republican nonri- ee for Clerk of the Supreme Court, s circulating among his Reno friends o-day. Joe will get there on the 4th. In the District Court to-day Mrs. lartba J. Younglove was granted a ecree of divorce, and allowed to re- ume her maiden name of Martha J. Wight. A Pleasant Speaker. Go and hear Hon. J. Poujade, the Republican nominee for Lieutenant- jovernor, speak to-night. Mr. Pou- ade is an interesting speaker, and ill tell you a good many truths. He iae made a thorough canvass of the tate, and speaks hopefully of the en- ire ticket. Modesty forbids him say- ng anything about his own canvass, ut the GAZBTTE will predict that he will have the largest majority of any he on the ticket.__________ Valuable Cargo. The German ship Renee Reckoner has finished loading at Astoria the argeet and most valuable cargo that tas left the Columbia river for over a ear. It consisted of cases of salmon, sacks of Sour and sacks of wheat. The total val- ation of the cargo is over 'be salmon shipment is the first to go o a foreign port this year. The Same Thing. "I said Smith, laying down is paper, "that old man Skinflint has willed his property to Groggins, the aloon-keeper." "How's that? I supposed that he eft it all to his son, Harry." 'Well, he did; but that was only an indirect way of leaving it to Grog- ;ins. ___ All the Better for Americans. Elliott Shaw of Norristown, Penn., lealer in electrical instruments, has received a circular from English firms nnouncing that on account of the ariff they will have no further deal- ngs with American firms. This will ;ive home manufacturers a chance. A Lively Vaqnero. In San Antonio, Texas, a few days ago, there was a great cattle lassoing contest of cowboys, in which, it is claimed, the world's recoVd was beaten, Will Capps tying down a steer in seconds. Some of the contestants were seriously injured. The Spring medicine. it will be gratifying to all who realize tbe vital seceMlty of pnrifyixg tbe blood, to know that Blbbard'a Bhenmatio Syrup can be relied upon" as a blow! medicine. Mr. B, C. Robinson, of Marshall, Mich., Bays: I have Buffered intensely fiom bilioniBesa and rheumatism for over three yean and bad tried ao many remedies that I bad lost all faith. Hearing of Bib- bard's Khenmatlo Syrup I bought a bottle and found it helped me. I have DOW used four bottles, and It has restored my liver and kidneys to healthy action, and done more to purify my blood than anything I have ever taken. I am pleased to recom- mend It as a wonderful blood medicine Yours TOTV truly, B. C. Bobinson, Marshall. Mich. Sold bv all druggists Prepared on j by tbe Charles Wright Medicine Company, Detroit, Mich. Failure of a Weil-Known Clothing Firm. A Brute Lynched at Vildoata Georgia. Collision and fcirent of By Associated Press. 1 NEW YORK, Oct. Spanish ship Vizcaya was run into off Bavne- get by an unknown schooner yester- day and both vessels were sunk. Tbe captain and sixty of the passengers of the steamer were lost. The fate of the crew of the schooner is unknown. Tbe chief officer, second officer, sur- geon, one engineer and eight of the crew were picked up. The persons rescued were taken from the rigging of the Vizcaya by the captain of the steamer Humboldt. These persons state that last evening nt 8 o'clock the steamer was run into by a four-masted coal-laden schoonei and that both sunk within five min- utes. One colored boy was taken ashore by thes schooner's boat and anded at Barnegat. Four passengers of the Vizcaya were lost. They were a millionaire, his wife und two hildren. The captaiuandcrewof the schooner are supposed to be lost. The surviv- ors weie unable to give the particulars of the collision or its cause. The Viz- caya was of 1388 tons and belonged to he Spanish line plying between New York and Havana. It is now stated tliaf the Vizcaya had a number of passengers; one re- port says thirty. It is impossible to ascertain deBnitely at the office of the agents here how many there were, as the clerk, in the temporary absence of the agent, refused to give the infor- mation. The steamer was bound for Havana, Santiago de Cuba, Colon and other Central Americal ports, with a general cargo, and with Captain Francisco Cunill, one of the most experienced and trusted officers of the company. The other officers were: First Felipe Hazas; .second officer, Fran- cisco Covas; third officer, name not known; purser, Senor Dexa; doctor, Valdes Rico; chief engineer, ;Fran- cisco Serra; second engineer, A. Gue- zala. The vessel was staunch and sea worthy and was entirely renovated a short time ago. The following is a list of the passengers: Juan Pedro, M. A. Calvo, wife, son and maid; Mr. Purr and three children, A. Buiz, Jose Acabia, Ramon Alvares, Juan F. Hed- man, Oscar Islaur, Liqui Pellion and Jose Ma Garcia. Two Vonthful Inrendlarit-H. By Associated Press.) NAPA Oct. Thin aftor- noon Roy Klbworth and Joe Hust, both about 18, were arrested, charged with arson. A warrant is also out for Burt Blanchard, who can- not be found. The are made by detective John Curtiti. It is alleged that the boys named, in com- pany with James Flamant and Lee Horreli, who were both arrested House wc-eka ago, set fire to a dwelling-house in this city August llth, by August Miller. The bail of and was fixed NO. -27. FURNISHING GOODS. HATS BOOTS AND S1IOKS. 1890. FALL AND WINTER. 1891 An ITnexptT'od HuslnvpH Collupitr. By Asnociated Press.) CHICAGO, Oct. senputfon ww> caused in the clo hing trade to-day by the failure of Leopold Brothers Co., manufacturers aud wholesale dealers in clothing one of the oldest in the city. Confessions of judgment were entered against the firm for an aggre- gate of The collapse ca'me like a thunderboldt to the trade. Many of the creditors are compara- tively small tradesmen in other cities and all these have been provided for. The liabilities and assets are equal, being The Bridegroom. By Associated "WASHINGTON, Oct. funeral of Houghwout Howe, who Ben Buttenvorth's daughter on Wed- nesday and died on Friday, was sol- emnised to-day. The serviivs were attended by Blaine and some minis- ters of the diplomatic corps and other prominent people. The body was ilien taken to New York for interment in the Woodland cemeterv. Women'M MinHlounry Moclvty. By Associated Press.] BUKI-ALO, Oct. ninth an- nual convention of the Women's Home Missionary Society of the Meth- odist Church in the United Plates began here this morning. Mrs. U. S. Grant, Miss Faunie Huyen, daughter of ex-President Hayes, and many other distinguished ladies were present. Vil- A lirule By Associated Press.] MACOX Oct. do.stii yesterday afternoon a negro named Palsee committed a brutal as- sault on Miss Hardec, the daughter of a prominent planter. Last night the negro was taken from the officers by a, mob and lynched. allurr, By Associated Press.] CHICAOO, Oct. of judgment aggregating have been entered in the Circuit Court agsinst Leopold Bros. Co., whole- sale clothiers, in this city. Australian ItcntH. By Cable and Associated Press.] MKLBOURJJE, Oct. action of the Colonial Parliament yesterday in adopting a vote of want of confidence in the Government was due to the secession from the Government sup- port of the members of the Labor party. The strike in New Zealand has ended, and the men will resume work unconditionally. The members of the Colonial Cabi- net resigned in consequence of the passage yesterday of the vote ol want confidence by the Victoria Parliament. ImrarMftce Annoclatlon. By Associated Press.T CHATTANOOGA, Oct. Rail- way Conductors' Insurance Associa- tion of the United States and Canada have concluded their twenty-third an- nual convention here. The associa- tion has enlarged its field of opera- tions by passing this resolution: Resolved, That this association will receive all persons as members who are financially, morally and mentally qualified, under the age of 60 years, and in positions as depot masters, train masters, train dispatchers, superintendents and all officers above the rank of superintendent. BlTeet of-the MeKlnlry Bill. By Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Oct. Treasury Department has issued an order to the Collector of Customs at El Paso, Tex., instructing him to levy a duty of hall a cent per pound on the entire weight of ores from Mexico of which lead is the chief component part, instead of an actual weight of lead in oreH, as has been the practice heretofore Death an Oculist. By Cable and Associated PrcM.] MUMCH, N. Nuss- baum, tbe celebrated German surgeon and oculist, died in this city to-day. Hncklen's Arnica Halve. The best salve in tfcc world for cuts, bruises ores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, chappe he uds, chilblaius, all skin eruptions md positively cures or no pay retmired. :t is guaranteed to srive jwrtect satisfaction, or money reminded, tft'cr accents per box. Fo by Wtn.PiiiHitfcr. _ Why suffer with bleeding, blind, Helling, and ulcerated piles, catarrh, old sores end chopped hands, when a few applications of Fryer'e Ablcllne Ointment Is guaranteed to effect a euro. Price, cents. Sold by Wm. Plnniger. The original and genuine Abtotlne preparations bear the fac-ncmile signature of D. F.. IJOK.V DINGI.K-Iu Virginia City, October 14, 1890, to the wife of Joliii Dingle, a son. Will bo paid to any competent chemist who wfll Ond, on analysis, a particle of Mercury, Potash, or other poisons In Swift's Specific (3. S. S.) AN EATING SORE Henderson, Tor., Aug. 83, "For eigh- teen months I hud on eating sore on my tongue. I was treated by tlio best local physicians, but obtained no relief, the sore gradually growing worse. concluded finally to try S. S. 8.. and was entirely cured after nsinz a few bottles. You havo my cheerful permission, to publish, tho above statement for tho benefit of these similarly afflicted." C. B. McLjsaows, Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. THE SWTPT BPBC1FIC CO., Atlanta, s.s.s Bermuda Bottled. "You must go to Bermuda. If you do not I will not be ble Iwr the consequences." But, doctor, I can afford neither tbe time nor the money." Well, U that lit Impowilnle, try SCOTT'S MULSION OF PURE NORWEGIAN COD LIVER OIL. I call It Bermuda Bot- tled. and many of CONSUMPTION, Broucliitis, Cough or Severe Cola I bare CUBED with It; and the In that the tire atomaeh can take It. Another whteh commend. It H the properties the Hy- which It oowlll and the Hy- con it for at your 'me MY STOCK OF For the KulI and Winter IK now compute, oonslBtliiKOf tlio.Kinest nnd Me- dium Grades ol Men's and Boy's AND FURNISHING GOODS. FINE BEA.VKU OVERCOATS, Chinchilla mid Kerseys. A lurge assortment of Men's mid Boys' Fine Wool and Merino Underwear. A lino lino of MOD'S and Boys' Wool and Cotton Socks3 Largest and bent lino of HLA.TS In tlio Stnto nlso a fall lino of JOHX U STKT8OX CO.'S HATS. A Large Assortment of Men's and Boys' Suspenders. The finest Line of Men's French Kid and Buck Gloves In tho State, and n full line of Wool-Lined Gloves uncl Minn. Tie Finest Line of Neckwear ui Hanierchiels --------ALWAYS OX HAND.------- BOOTS AND SHOES -IX KNDLESS AT PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION. Custom Made Pants Always On Hand. IN TBOYS' CLOTHING, We bavo tho finest asportmont in all grades, run- ning in price from .nude to .lleaMure on Shortest Xotlce. onnlry Orders will Receive Prompt Attention. JOHN SUNDERLAND, TAKE ADVANTAGE ........OF OUK........ fJREAT PREMIUM SALE. Of our Now Stock of Dry Groods Olortks Prices Lower than Ever. PACIFIC BREWERY, Reno Works and Orunitc Saloon. J. Or. ISucceBBor to Georgo Becker. Beer by the Glass, Quart, Bottle or Keg at shorteHt noticp. Lager Beer of the hest quality alwnyn on hand. Orders from the country receive prompt attention. Commercial Kow. lleno. C. NOVACOVICH. H. f.fil'.RR BERRY MACOYICII, -----Wholesale nnd Retail Dealers in----- Groceries, Provisions, FINE TEAS AND COFFEES, Fish: anil: Oysters In season. FRUITS Of ALL KINDS. Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Crockery. We carry a fine assortment of FANCY GROCERIES. Commercial Row, Reno, Nevada, too Livery JOHN POTHOFF, Prop'r OPPOSITE DEPOT. JLivery and Feed Stable, First-class lurnoutH at reasonable pricen. Tranelcnt Mtock Careful I j- ITo vldert for. A Pleacant Room, OR ROOMS FOR RENT, NHAR THK bricjc school house. Inquire of A. O. ter, GAZETTE office, for particulars.- Repican Meetiop. Campaign of 1890. JION. H. K. Republican candidate for Governor, nud IIOX.FUAXCIS G. NEWLANDS Accompanied by HON. JOHN F. Candidate State Treasurer, and :iION. JOHN K. JONES, Candidate for Surveyor General, Will address the people of Nevada on the po- litical issues ol the campaign as follows: Hawthorne..............Thursday, Oct. 2 Aurora..........................Friday, Oct. 3 Candolaria.................Saturday, Oct. 4 Greenfield..................Monday, Oct. 0 Dayton.......................Tuexday, Oct. 7 Silver City............Wedndftday, Oct. 8 Sheridan..................Thursday, Oct. 9 Genoa..........................Friday, Oct. 10 Virginia City............Saturday, Ocl. 11 Reno..........................Monday, Oct. 13 Wadsworth................Tuesday, Oct. 14 Winoemucca.........Wednesday, Oct. 15 Lovelock..................Thursday, Oct. K5 Hattlo Mountain...........Friday, Oct. 17 Austin.......................Saturday, Oct. 17 Eureka.......................Tuesday, Oct. 21 Carlln...................Wednesday, Oct. 22 Elko.....................Thursday, Oct. 23 Tuscarora.....................Friday, Oct. 24 Paradise.....................Monday, Oct. 27 Carson..................Wednesday, Oct. 29 Gold Hill.................Thursday, Oct. 30 County Com mitteen in the several counties will please make the necessary arrangements for the meetings. K. STROTHHR Chairman. I'. C. Secretary. IN SPA PERI IN SPA PERI ;