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Daily Nevada State Journal (Newspaper) - February 19, 1881, Reno, Nevada 4, Hbr- IAL VOL. 14. R. B. Ontil further notice trains.will arrive and leave Beno as follows: WASHOB COUNTY. NEVADA. SATUaDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 19. 1881. NO. '69. from 50CTS.AW3EEK. Of exotttaing ttt linen Inserua ID colmsnn 12 local train from Vir- ginia and Oareon p. local train Virginia and'Carson. P.M. daily express train from Virginia andiCarsonj connecting with all east and bound passenger trains -of C. P. B. B. A. express train to 'Virginia, contacting at Beno with all and west bound passenger 'trains of -C. P. R. B. A. M local train, for Car- bon and Virginia. P. daily train for Carson and Virginia. Brat- A TWO 8TOB5T dwelling bouse hard finished throughout, containing 10 rooms, on west Fourth street. August Adam. Baak Scrip- TWENTT CENTS on the dollar for of Eeno SavtaKSJBtnli scrip. En thto office, nv27 _______ For Sale. ORGANS for for cash, or Trill thera to responsible patties. aeon W.KKNOX. C..P. R. R. Until further cotiae trains wili leave aieno as follows: 7 A. (passenger train far Colfax, Sacramento, iBenicia and San Francisco. P. express, Sor Sacramento end San Franoisco Sleeping cars attached from Carson and Beno. p. grant train for San Erancisco. A. express, for 'Winnemneea, Battle Mountain (Aus- tinl, Palisade Ogden, Omaha East. For A LAROE VALUABLE corner lot for Bale on south side oMbe Biver Cheap tor cash Enquire of Jno. 6. OllB.n, Real Estate Agent Beno. Nev. Agent. MR. C, T. BENDER, of Beno, Nevada his re cetved tbo appointment of agent for Beno an vicinity for all Insurance Companies represent? by Messrs. Hutrtdnson Mann, of Han Fran. MISCELLANEOUS. Jan. 23. Lessoni In Bookkeeping. H. T. SFHRLET propones to form MI evening class, in bookkeepluK to bB held two or tbree evenings each week. Any one wlshmK to enter the c'a.s will please tpplj once to the under- signed, nt his rooine one door south of the Oblo House, Virginia street, Beno. Feb 12, H. T. SHIRLEY. FOR SALE. REDUCTION IN Dr. V. D. Wngar will make upper or lower Plates of Vulcanite rubber sets of teeth for cash 50. Extracting 00- Office on Virginia St. LT) OK SORE KHROAT should be stopped Neglect frequently results in an Incurable Lung Disease or Consumption. BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES do not dis- order the stomach like cough tyrnps aud bal- sams, but act direcMy on the ininrned parts, al- laying irrrfaaon, give relief in Asthma Bron- chltin, Congiih, Catarrh, and the Throat Trollbleb which Public Speakers .are subject to. For thirty years Brown's Eiooobial Troches have bi'on mended by phyMclann. and always gives perfect satisfaction. Birring been tasted by wide aail cnuslant use for nearly an entire generation, they havo attained well-mer ited rank among sbe few staple remedies of the ape. Sold at 2io. s. box everywhere. HEAT) OF A-l DAIRY COWS, Cj price route, No. 2 and I 0 milk cans.
1 the Courts of (he Mute. Physicians' Prescriptions Accurately prepared at all hours of the day o night. for Drugs and Medicines Attended to Promptly, deri> OFFICE ROOMS Virginia Street, liono, Nevada. Bullditrg, oecttfi NOTICE. IN FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OOUKT of Nevada. In and for Churchill county. Robert Crawford against his creditors. NUTICK TO CREDITORS OF 'ursuant to an order of tbo Hon. C McKunt of tho nhovc Dlntrict Cnurt, notice is hereby given to nil the creditors of Raid inH ilv- nt.Hobert Crawford, tu be and appear be ore he said Judge in open Court, at Httllwater, iu jaid Churchill county, on tbe 21st day of Febru- ry, A. D. 1H81, at IU o'clock A. M. of that d iy, hen and there to show erase, it any they have, why prayer of raid insolvent should not be ranted and an assignment of his estate be uade, and be be discharged from his debts and labilities in pursuance of the provisions of the Statute, in such cases made and provided, and n the meantime all yroceedingsagalnBt said iu- olvent be stayed Witness ray hind and tho seal of I v I said Court this 13th day of December, A. D. 188U. J. w. IUCHAUD8, Clerk, WM. CATS, Att'y for Petitioner. SANDERS NEALE, Dealers in URWITURE, BEDDING, Coffins. AND UNDBBTAKBR'S BDFPLCEa Twnu Oath. Collector. 0. W. Jonei Is oar Authorind febltf DR. SPEER t (G umun or IUHVAU Ui PRIVATE DISEASES SPECIALTY i j. >nittM H J SPBER. M D. O, Loxxn K. K. SMITH. VEROI PLANING MILL CO. AND DKA1.KIIK CM LUMBER P KVEBT UESORll-TloS MINING AND BRIOOH TIHBKKK. NUINU1.KK and Flnlshlni 4 Wn once ii OUR NEW STABLE on onr 'mow. The and will leave the Lake Bonne at thnr r lu is before Are. of Oar HAMMOND wusov GENERAL 'MERCHANO'SE 1 UD In of FINE LCT OF MEM'S SUITS With Extra Pants and Tbe goods are Jiut In from the at Chicago where -were Jain to them it BBDROCK PKIOfS. B. B. TOWL, A IH YOTJB OWN TOWK- Woatfltlrm. Ho BMdw- Ifjronwant buainew nerioiutof dthet 'Jin INEWSPAPERif SlEWSFAPERl
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