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   Daily Nevada State Journal (Newspaper) - February 26, 1878, Reno, Nevada                                DAILY NEVADA STATE JOIMAL VOL. 8, RENO, WASHOE COUNTY. NEVADA, TOKSDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 26, 1878. NO. C. C. POWNINC, PUBLISHER AN'D PIIOPRIKTOK. TEHMH O7 SUBSCRIPTION One year (by 00 Sir COO Three months........................... 350 Delivered by carrier Ic, Reno at 23 rents per No paper forwarded by mail unless paid for In id vance. ADVEItTULNQ RATCd One pquarf1 (ton Srst insertion ...52 00 Each KuW-quaat InscrUon............ 1 ti'J One column, one month...............25 00 Half 15 00 10 no 6 00 3 00 Quarter Eighth Business caras. per month......... All transient advertisements -nuBt be paid for in advance, in United States com. Monthly advartisfiiients payable at the end of the month THE DAILY JOURNAL Is thr bjbt daily published on the line of the Ceutra! Ptiuti.: Railroad, east of Sacramento, and h'ivmj a fjciiL-nl cir.'ulation thrjugliout tlie Statf, r i-, fspjctally v.lluible as an ajveitihin g ncdinm. THE DAILY AND WEEKLY JOURX AL. Have a combined circulation than that of any interior journal of Nevadi, excrptmg these of the Cumfato k. S. F. HOOLE'S Hair Tonic will pre- rent your hair from falling out, cleanse the scalp of dandruff, and re- j new its growth. It is a splendid hair dressing. Try it. S. F. Hoole's Mystic Balm will prevent or cure chapped hands or them so'ft as and white as saow. Warranted to cure money returned. S. F. Hoole's Moth and Freckle Eradicator will beautify tue complex- ion, remove freckles and moth spots u harmless and splendid com- pound for the toilet. Prescriptions accurately compound- ed by a scientific grad- uate of U'enty years the lowest rates. S. F. HOOLE'S PHABMACY, Commercial Eow. BANKING. RENO DIRECTORY. Ash, Itlnrrli, Wines, Liquors and Cigars, Yir glmn street Baric w, U. Constable and Collector on Virginia Btreot, Berxvin, S., Merchant Tailor, Virginia St. Harriett Bro., Clothing and Drv Goods, cor. Ujiunvjrcui Kuw and Virginia St. Bergman, W., Physician and Surgeon, Sec- ond street. Bender, D. A. Co., Bankers, Commer- cial Itow. Biih 'p, S., Physician and Surgeon, Virginia Struct. Boivmnn, John Attorncy-at-Law, Office Odd Fellows' Building BriiLTir. C, A. Co., Lumbar VarJ, west end of town Cain. Win., Attorney at Law, Virginia St. Chamberlnin, W. H.f Depot Hotel Clothiers, No. 10, Commer- cial How. Colemitii Pechner, Bathing Rooms and Barber Shop, Virginia street. CourtoU Boy it, Keno Lumber Co., Plaza btrcet. Crystal Peak Lumber Co., Verdi, dealer in Lumber, etc. Cranii.nffhiira, G. W.. Dealer In Produce, Fruit, elc Commercial Itow. Davidson, S, Watchmaker and Jeweler, Commercial How, DfMcll, Watchmaker and Jeweler, Vir- ginia btrott Elliott, W. T. C., International Hotel, Com- mtrciul How. IDvuiiR. Pierce, Attorney at Law, Virginia St Co-Op" rat I VH AMflociatlon, grit ultuml Implements, corner Viruinu und Second utreetfi. Frelr.ek, I. Jeweler, Cuoimcrcml Ilmv. G. H People's Market, Commercial Kow. Gruff, Jncob, Bnktry. Commercial Pow. Chixm, Truckee Livery Stable, corner Second and Sierra streets. Hntrerman. J. C., Groceries, etc., Masonic Building. Ooule Co., Druggists and Apothecaries Commercial Kow. Hatching P., M. D. Odd FellowB Hall. Jamlinn, S. M.t Postmaster und Stationer, Commercial Row. Jol.rnon, J. M.D., Office, Virginia Btruet. Jones. C. W., Keal Estate Agent and Collcc tor, Virginia street. Jar] uieh J. N., Harness Shop, Commercial Row. Kane Tall man, Soap Makers, near bridge, Virginia street. Ktnjriley Glove Factory, Bobes, Furs, Red Bluff, Kniitjt, Cliiirlfg. Tobacco and Cigars, Reno Opera Virginia street. a ell mu n, it Clothiers, Commercial Raw. McFarland, D. Arcade Hotel, Commercial Row. A Dark, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Workers, Commercial Row. Ma 11 it-a on Druggihts, Virginia St. K., Tobacco and Cigars, corner giaia Htreet and Commercial Kow. Nuthnn, M., Clothing and rumishingStore, Virginia street. Peacock, J, F.. An.hitect and Builder, near iron bridge, Virginia ctreet. Prescott, Abe, Clothier. Commeicial Row. Preacott Dealer in Dry Goods, Commer- cial Kow. EM Druggist, Reno Opera House, Virginia street. Rtiia siitvfnffa Bank, Odd Fellows' Hall. Rhuts Henry, Reno Meat Market, Commer- cial Kow, one door east of Masonic Hall Sanders it Co, Furniture Dealers and Under- takers, Virginia street. Salisbury Wnthprlll, Dealers in Gro- ceries and Provisions. Virginia street. SrhaHfor, Geo., bUr Market, Sierra, near Third. Sheets Waffar, Dentists, Virginia St. Simmons, C. A., dealer in Groceries Pro- vtBiouii. and vegetables, etc., Virginia street, Reno, Nevada. Updike Clark, Painters, Second street. Van Boron it Lane, Liquors, Cigars, and Chop House, corner Commercial Row and Yir ginia street. Verdi Pinning Mill Co., Verdi, Lumber manufactured. Vesoy, Kd., Proprietor Lake House. AValdu Jnllttn, Attorneys at Law, Office Journal building. White tt filock, Reno Exchange Saloon, Com- mi-icial Row. Anirast, Boot and Shoemalier, east Bide Virgirra E. C. UPDIKE. CIABK. UPDIKE CLARK, irVOUSB AND SIGN PAINTERS, GRAINING AXD GLAZING, ETC., PAPER HANGING, Decorating in AU KALSO MINING TINTING A SPECIALTY Down To Bedrock. WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION. SHOP on Beoond between Virginia and eat re K aoffil-tf MOVED! MOVED! City Drug Store will now be found on Commercial Kow, where we will be pleased to see all our old patrons and as many new ones aa Lave any use for anything in onr line. New drugs and medicines, and sold ver cheap. MATHESOS McEAE. N. B. Prescriptions carefnli compounded day or night by a grad- uate of Pharmacy. You that are afflicted give us a call. OSIIUBK SHOEMAKER, wholesale and retail druggists, Commercial Row, Eeno, (removed to one door west of their old stand) now offer everything in their line at the lowest possible paints, oils, varnishes and glassware, patent med- icines, fancy and toilet articles, bird cages, lamps and lamp fixtures. E. E. QDEEN, practical druggist and manufacturing chemist. All medicinal and toilet preparations made in my labratory Till bs of first quality and sold at reasonable prices. Personal attention given to physi- cians' prescriptions. THE National Gold medal was awarded to Bradley and Bulofson for the best Photographs in the United States, and the Vienna medal for the best in the world. 429 Montgomery St.. San Francisco PRESCRIPTIONS carefully compound- ed by a graduate of a College of Phar- macy at all hours of the day and night at rates to suit the times at the drug store of OSBUBN SHOEMAKEK. TREES AND Con- nor of the Eeno Nurseries, has 000 fruit, shade and ornamental trees and plants for sale, embracing every known variety, and warranted to be in first class condition for transplant- ing. Will be sold at very low CHEAP desiring to purchase good hay will find it to their advantage to call upon Jno. Larcombe, corner of Second and Si- erra streets, who has on hand B large quantity of the best timothy and alfalfa hay, which be will sell in quantities to suit, cheap for cash. To hard-finished house of live rooms. Inquire of Wm. H. Moe, corner of Lake and Second GO TO THE RADDLE ROCK RESTAURANT -----AND----- OYSTER HOUSE! This Favorite Resort "V Having been Renovated and Bentted Is again Open I OYSTERS IN EVERT STYLE! TUe Proprietor makes a specialty at supplying families for home nae with Baslern and California ysten at wholesale 1 Meals Hi all Hours, Dav or Night. Einnrr from 4 to 7 o'clorfc p M Spt-cial accommuda- tionblor ladies and families. Come aud be made Slj1. fcbs-tf B. B. BAUM. HOW MONEI IS MADE A ND LOST IS MINING STOCKS. A Pamphlet explaining the whole system of STOCK SPECULATION sent free on application to SAM'L MeKEE CO., STOCK BROiaas, 408 California Street, Ban Neit door to the Bank of California. WStock bought and sold for Cash or on Margin. Orders by mall or telegraph promptly oexcntcd, PI V> 2. o o i8 S 0 j> 3. a 3 m Q O M -u i> H Z t) K d o a H 5 r> 8 Jig on S BD) M H -O o 3 13 B> 3 a tn V s H B5 I O o U O n SAVINGS BANK. CAPITAL 0. LAKE, VICE PBESIDENT...........J. JONES, ItaAOEB............JAS. H. EINEEAD. Directorai S E.JONES, M. O.LAKE, O. W. HOTFAKEH L. L. CEOCKETT, J. S. SHOEJIAKEB. Ba y and Sell OURBENOY AND EXCHANGE Umnra STOCK, U. 8. BONDS. MAKE COLLECTIONS, RECEIVE DEPOSITS And do a general BANKING BUSINESS. Correspondents.. Anglo-Oaliforalan Bank, San Francisco Messrs. J. W. Seligman Co........New York Lathun? King, Brokers..........San Francisco AGENTS TOB of Hartford, Home I New Yiarlc and London Aaavrance Influrance Companies. "YM open dally from 9 i. M to 4 r. CHAS. KNUST, DEALER IN CIGARS, TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTI LES, CIGARETTES, PIPES, CIGAR HOLDERS, ETC Cutlery, Fancy Goods, STATIONERY, PENS AND INK, SLAMS AND PENCILS, of All Kinds, PICTURES, CHHOMO9, FRAMES, MOULDINGS, CANDIES, NUTS AND NOTIONS, West Side of Virata Street, Beno, Nevada BENO EXCHANGE. COMMERCIAL BOW, RENO, NEV., A BLOCK.............Prop's. KEEP NONE BUT THE BEST liquors, can. Harama and Doameitlc Clean CALL ABOUND AND SEE US. PROVISIONS. o W o H Q SO O o CO gf m CO 0) td F" 5 5 f" B ol 2 2 g I 50 o g. 0 A s O s S m o r m ft GROCERIES. FARMER STORE, o 1 y I 0 CO g 1" 3 I H Z o w m "I 0) H th "s- t-l o I a i IT1 H W O 60 O O o W o o M MANNING DUCK, BOW, RENO, NEVADA -------DEALERS IN------- GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, CHOeKEBY, GLA.SSWAI.E Manufacturers of COPPER, SHEET IRON, and TINWARE With a Large Stock of PAELOB, BAB and COOKING STOVES On Hand and For Sale. All Kinds of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS Of the Beit Manufaatm and at tin Lowest Market {Bates, On hand or furnished to order. ta.Eanchmen desiring goods in our hue are invited to call and examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere 3.tf. MANN1NO A N. J. Siuamnre F. W. WKTHEMLL SALISBURY WETHEBILL, Virginia Street, Reno. Dealers In FANCY AM) STAPLE FAMILY GBOCEBIES. Batter, Kggt, Cheese, Poaltry. FBDITS AND VEGETABLES, FISH, FHESB. SALT and PICKLED, Beat Brands of 0 I O A B 3 AND TOBACCO. FISHING TACKLE, NUTS AMD OANDIX8, With an variety of FANCY OOODS. yooods dellTered free of I will ate my beat endearoni to giro entire satlsfacUonrto who to fsror me with tkeir orders. Agent for Prime's Bemcdr. PABMERS' CO-OPEKATIVE ASSOCIATION, Corner Virginia and Second Streeva, EESO, NEVADA, Will ofler to the public, from and after this date At Lower Rates Than any Other Store in the State of Nevada, A Full Assortment of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, GLASSWARE, TINWARE, CROCKERY, LIQUORS, TOBACCO, And everything that is usually kept in u .ore. Wo keep ou hand AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. JOHN CAULAN, Manaeor. Reno, March POULTRY, PISH FEUIT STORE e A. SIMMONS. irginia Street............................Rene WHOLESALE AND UCA1JCB HI Foreign and Domestic FRUIT. PRE8H PoDLTBY, BOOS, PRESERVES, CANDIES, HUTS -------AND------- VEGETABLES OP ALL KINDS, -------WHICH I WILL SELL------- At the Very Lowest Market Prices a New Delivery Wagon I am 'DOW prepared to deliver goiilsto any part of the fit; free of charge. Reno. April QEORGE W. CUNNINGHAM "EEP CONSTANTLY ON HASH TOT L best assortment of Family Groceries, Fmlt, VegctablPS, 8ngnr, Cof fee, Tea, Spices, Bacon, Ham, Butter, Eggs, Fresh and Dried Fruit, Crackers of all Kinds, Canned Fruit, Canned Vege- tables, Canned Oynters and Sar- dines, Coal Oil, Cheese, Nuts Candy, Tobacco, Cigars, Baskets and Brooms, Which we will sell at the lowest market price. Call and see for joureelf. OHO. W CUNNINGHAM. Commercial Row Brno. XXX. PALLHAN MARSH, Manufacturers of A. J. KANE'S IMPBOVED XXX BLEACHING a o -a. Challenge the State to produce a soap >earing any comparison to it jc quality. It m warranted to do A No. 1 washing without nib- bing, or injury to the nnest fabrics I If the direc- ions which accompany each bar are strictly fol- owedj or money refunded. Factory near Iron Bridge, dec25-tf JACOB GBAIF BIOS LEAVE TO IKFORM THE PUBLIC that be has resumed bui'MSI at tbe old tand and will, as formerly, keep a supply of FBBBB BRKAD, PIES, CAKES, CONVBCT10NRT, ETC. ThaakfolfetputlaTortln iolidU a wnrin. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. FRED HUTCHIN3, M. D. fflCK 1NQ, OF PICK-ODD FELLOWS' BUILD. 1NQ, rlENO, XEV. OrFIOE HOL'RS-10tol2i. to 4 p. M. ftnd 6 to 8 p. M bpecia] attention paid to dibcases of vrornen d Surgery. jnuKi.U WD. 8. Eiaiuimng Surgeon for Pensions. P. Y.JUUKS. H. A. WALDO WALDO JDLIEN, MTTORNEYS-AT-I.AW EENO, NEVADA. OFFICE is JOUHZUL jan3.tf PIEKCE EVAJSIS, 4 TTORNEY-AT-L.AW, fflcc cast lie Virginia St., Reno. tended to. ctiou BuBineBfi promptly at- IcbO-tt W. BO 3 MAN, AMD SURGEON Reno Washoe County, Nevada Second Etreote.noit door to JoccNiL Building. WILLIAM CAIN, A TTORNKV-AT-LA W, 11EXO DIutrlct Attorney. Wniilioe CoM OFPIOE-WeBt side of Virginia street, south o Second. S. BISHOP, M. D., P U V SI C 1 A N AND SCRGBON RENO, NEVADA. HAVING located myself pcrmtueu'Iy at. (bis place, with the purpose of giv og m; entire attention to practice, 1 um prepared a' give my profeEfiioaal attention to tboae leeiniig attention given to rases Surgery and Diseases of Women aatdi ChUdren v3-tm C. W. in my autborizod collector, CHAS. W. JONES, TBEAI, ESTATE AGENT AND COLLECTOR. ------FOB TJIK------. TOWN 6P HE No'. Special attention KIven to and Police bualnew from abroad. Office with Justice of tbe Peace. mt.lt. Jos. DBBELL, PltAO AL WATCHWAKKH, Virginia Street, Reno, Nevada. Tbe repairing und adjusting at fine watchei a apecialty. All wort done at the lowest prices, and ttaranted. TEKM8 STRICTLY OA8H. Everything Placed at the Loweat Llv- Inif H. W. BARLOW, AND GENERAL COU.KCTOK FOR TOWN OP RENO. Special Attention Paid tc Cn'lecliot> and Police BuidiieM from Office wltb Juitico ol the Peace. DBS. SHEETS k WAGAB. A.ND SURGICAL DENTISTS Rooma Bail 8i4e at St. {With Dr. Bluhop.) All work pertaining to tbe belt perfonncd la leat and satisfactory maoner FrwMdji ali4 Jfltrontj of eitlier party can procure tbe of eltber, tbe name as uaual. GO TO S. N, DAVIDSON'S ----FOR---- BATCHES, JEW EX. AND SILVERWARE. RBPA1BINO A JOHN BOWMAN, ATTOR.NEY-AT-1.AW. RKKO, HUVADA. Officee in Odd Fellows Building. Beal entale bought end fold Collcctiona made on km. All bualneaa promptly atttnded to. t AUGUST WUTKE, PBEMIUM AUD SHOE VIBG1SU 81., RKKO, KEV. KTRepalrlaa; Neatly Dome M Shor.'r IUMM.   

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