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Reno Evening News (Newspaper) - February 22, 1884, Reno, Nevada VOL. XVI WASHOE FEBRUARY 22, 1884. NO. 122 Know BITTERS will cure the worst case of insure a hearty appetite and increased Cures general and gives a new lease of Dispels nervous depression and low Restores an exhausted ing mother to furr strength and gives abundant tenance for her Strengthens the muscles and the Overcomes Keeps off all and other malarial Will infuse with new life the weakest Walker For six years 1 have been a from Blood Dys- pe and Const became debilitated thai I could anything on my In life had almost become a when hope left my husband seeing BROWN'S advertised in the induced me to give it am now taking the third bottle and have not felt so well in six as I do at the present L. F. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS will have a better tonic effect upon any one who needs than any medicine Cur. Mid Sin HMD CnU COLLEGIATE JL for the special and incurable Is positively to cure ot lu the and all the Imprudence and excesses of mature The -a regular from will ro for- fora case the will not cure under ial treatment and so nol gat cured of Weakness tnc above diseases Is owing to a complication culled which requires peculiar No. 9 Is the only positive cure for Price ol either per for Sent to any address on re- of or C. O. D. persons can pay when Strictest Secrecy al Dr. Dispensary Store in Its Too evacuations of the Bladder olid Kopy Sediment In urine are toms of Secondary Seminal Weakness nnd Complaints readily yield to tho Any recent case special or diseases lor flO to cure will be with full directions and on receipt of 810. All are securely covered from To prove the power of the a tte number will be sent uf Persons a free bottle will only have to pay ou de- Powerful to and advice free and Call or A ft 4OS P COAST IN QUINCY FOR QUINCY WITH OR J. without I r one other hotel and business enough for Furniture ia the Home Owned by Otter A LEA proposes to use Hollister ia to have a steam Men are put back into the Gold Hill The gambling houses at are to bu KAI The of perambulate the ou snow Since January 1st about grape vines have been set out in the Barney on trial at for the murder of William at last At San Juan Ibe other day an eye of Courtney blow from a suow hairs often barkers by restoring Ihe A to construct a toll road from the San Pablo Creek Vallay to Berkley has been The Church at Portland has to accept thu of by a vote of lo Kt. The at Amador one of the oldest quartz milieu ID shipped iu bullion last Thn ladies of have raised a purse of with whitch to n bannur for the Dative sous ol the Golden Don't H thing because you have i een by worthless many In Iroin dis- und we recommend It heartily to Huch A Mrs. on Powder Walla Walla W. and her two a son were all three ou tho same The trial of James Mahoney charged with the murder of wife on 14th of last at Shaft No. 2 on the line of at Virginia was commenced accessory lo the A. T. has been of murder in the second The live men of murder are to bu hanged ou the 2Sth ot ow It. Fretful ami mothers how soothing Parker's Ginger Tonic U. It stops relieves their own anxiety and sate to The of the Coon Bay Wagon road land grant lo Captain Bensoe of Oregon Southern Improvement Company was completed Tuesday at Portland the having been A barge in tow of the steamer Knight was wrecked yesterday ou in the two miles below The was laden with sacks of grain and some woolen goods from the lory at S. J. JOHN TUB KB noons SOUTH OF COM MEMO IA I. PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS Compounded day or Besides a FULL LINE OF FRESH DRUGS carry COMPUTE STOCK SUNDRIES PATENT Of all and everything to make up a city orug AYER'S Sarsaparilla a concentrated extract and other with Iodide of ami and is the most reli and moat economical bo H Invariably all from the and Jie and restores Itt vitalizing power It la the remedy for and all Blotches and of the as also for all disorders by a thin anil or corrupted condition of the such as Rheumatism Rheumatic General and Scrofulous Inflammatory Rheumatism SARSAPARILLA cured me ot the which 1 for many W. H. March BT Dr. Sold by all six bottles for FIFTY CENTS PER WEEK All Classes of Legitimate Not Exceeding Six lanos Inserted in thu Column tor Filtr Per For Sule or farm wagons can lie seen at k. J. W. A. T. Journal NEW SHERRITT HOUSE JAMES SHERRITT Tlic and CONDON call upon nil persons owing them to pay up at All bll s remaining on the ot March will be In the han with to en- foree All Promptly aud Carefully Attended lo. P. A CO. TO ALL and who were disabled by accident or the loss of a ic ol loss of back of uny no mutter how gives you a and mothers and fat heirs of soldiers dying In the service or from disease contracted or wound received while In the are entitled to and abandoned a INCREASE A pension can be Increased nt any when the disability it. As you grow older the wound has gradually un- the has mado you more In some manner the disability has to ply for im Increase at Land and Patent Claims My and being here at enables me to attend promptly to nil claims Ad- with box 4na. h. C FOR O Ij O C Jt lunio 1 o r IT'S J cur. OP j at prices to cult Agents for the of and European Co. The celebrated we will sell on six months with privilege or exchanging for one of with It Ton ei yon will Dot part 1C Sealed BOARD OF Nevada Feb. 1, 1881. G. W. Joseph R. s. K. Sealed proposals will be received by Hie County Commissioners of up Vo the second Monday In A. IX for the cure and tenance or the Indigent Sick and Poor of the to have the use ol the Poor farm und the to be for the cure of eight persons 01 and at a given rate for each person in excess of eight similar alto be ill same lime lor the of a County io the Including all ai the County at the County vaid to furnish all essary At the slime time will bo re- for the burial of the Indigent Dead of Washoe The contracts to commence April 1st, and end April Anil the B mrd reserves the to declare any of contracts whenever ion upon complaint In nnd personal person is not the terms ol Ibe which be Ima entered In with Us und spirit Toe res rves the to any and all Board of County Com- missioners of K S. SACRAMENTO 1 Clarence Jt Vaquero dles and Fine riage and buggy K C ft. and bookseller and and dealer in tilo J T. Cook Cor nth nnd T Send one of their price best guide for purchasing goods that le Issued in California H 4iS and K Country orders promptly R O. Box T. Importer of RUB ware and Fifth and Stale II Vice A. Fourth and J does a general banking nnd staple dry particular attention paUl lo Samples sent V. O. from railroad Terry A Co. C H. Wholesale nnd retail dealer In Imported No. Second H. DAVIS SON NO. 17 COMMERCIAL RENO IMPORTED DOMESTIC CIGARS ETC everything pertaining to a cigar and W HEN VISITING BAM sure Call GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR 718 and 722, Market Fancy Goodt Home on and relieved by Sold by A For lame ilde or cbent by Cnn MRS. L. S. will In Reno the present he at Mrs. Row Sue will goto Morses For pairs of for One pair weighs one pair o. c pair for t or For artesian well-boring In- at S. for furnished front with of Mrs. H. on West near R. If you n pood In new or you can get It at P. J. Toll's Furniture 2d mill Virginia JAM full stock of all kinds of In K. C. heaver and felt hats for no lit Miss A. both In Millinery will bo promptly Kooins to bus some rooms lo let from lo per or per week In Board and lodging to According to SINGLE TWO A FIRST-CLASS BAKERY In connection with tlie Also SALOON and BILLIARD Only One Walk from C. P. ALL WASHOE MILL CO. TO C. A. A. PLANING MILL 4ND BOX IN ii nd Stove for AND ALL KINDS OF Mill WORK Promptly lo. opposite H. R.H. Branch western Special BE A SPECIAL J of the Board ot on 2'jth. for the purpose of Hie tax levy for the year ending December By order ol the K. S a laHl Price 25 and ng und Hold by COOK Are Doing the Finest OF ANY ON the an Their for work O H 13-A. 3P And satisfaction Cull nt Kallery over cor- ner and sf remedy to a certain can lo actual H. K. Nov. PATRONIZE DIRECT IMPORTATION Demand increasing Daily and Our Importations are Continually Grand Bazaar A will be held it Id tbe of Iho Interior of the Catholic on the to oil ZW of und other will be duping the n Pillow Slip Tho of WASHINGTON'S The nnd attendance of all are PACIFIC LUMBER WOOD CO CAL. LOCATION OF ALL KINDS OP Common Lumber Celling t. Flooring Bevel tEdge and Rustic Clear and Dressed Lumber Railroad Tins ancy and Common Casings Brackets etc eto RENO BIDWELL STAGE THE 0. S. A CO. PROPRIETORS The above well known brand has been analyzed by the most prominent and by all to be Free from any Adulteration 18 ROUTE FOR Salt Buffalo aitd Luke CONNECTS nt with for nt with lor at with for sliver Hum i nier lliu Particular attention paid to on regular uml lo leave nt 7 a. m. time each T. K. MISCELLANEOUS HAIR PARKER'S The best and hiir made from materials nrc to hair and for superior the Cobr gray or faded lo tl ftl PARKER'S A Health Md Strength If you art r. or wort out with mother run down by loM duties try If you rrc a or man ex- strain or If you Kidney or Urinary or if yon nro any of the can be cured the 8eit and Cure Ever If you arc wasting ot Tuy disease or and require TONIC at it and up the first dose but will never U has saved of it may save A New 60c. h and bas matte l perfume exceedingly is nothing liko it. Insist upon having TOH look for signature of on every Any or denier in i can 25 and BETTER THAN FRUiT SALT IF YOU NAVE ABUSED YOURSELF By In willing or driving have elck or nci with lit insane And onco It IP the Try six It. K for Mono AGENTS 1160 Pages and 470 It val oft ho pi ess of country as wovk Thoro Irt no it in tho market itmi no for public It Is the thoroughly book lot that han for 1'ho for a ability to inon souse and of and culars wild terms on J. DEWING CO. Mt. w. Assessment ORR of Is hereby ill of Iho Hoard of tho Orr held on 2ntli day 1H1S4, an of was levied upon every share of the the payable Immediately In wold coin Ihe the Bank of Any Kloek upon Ihe ment remain on Iho ror 28th Day of 1884, Will anil sale at Is will he hy Ilie at I Ursl I ol Reno on ol at M of 10 the ex- of Uy of uf H. K HIGHLY RECOMMENDED By tlie Medical Faculty for medicinal anil family purposes Orders In wholesale tuken to be shipped direct from the FOB WHOLES RETAIL A. LINDLEY Sola for ami and AND promptly attended Leave at tin A or FRUIT AND CARRY A LINK AND CHOICE STOCK OF FRUiT ANO VEGETABLES KIMi ANO CHOICE FAMILY Atoll lower the de- livered iree of WILL re- lieve whooping Mid bruo THE H. of arul owe our liven lo hv A lUU witn in lo by A
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