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   Daily Nevada State Journal (Newspaper) - December 9, 1882, Reno, Nevada                                A AILI MV ABA STATE JOUENAL. VOL. 18. RENO. WAfcHOE COUNTY. NEVADA. SATURDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 9, 1882. NO. 57. MISCELLANEOUS. NEVADA OREGON RAILROAD Taking Effect October 2d, 1882. On and after October 2d, 1882, Trains will leave Keiio for OiiciUa Daily at 7 o'clock A. M., (Sundays or on arrival of Central Paciilc; train from the West, (distance 30 Arlviug- nt Oneldn at A. M. Oticidn JUnlly at P. M. (Sundays or iipon arrival of Stages from tho North, Arriving: nt Iloiio at scpSOtf 5: SO St. f. F. COHDON J. A. MolNTOSH. RENO LUMBER CO., MolNTOSH, ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MAOffiSIAL Mining Timbers, Fencing, Etc. Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Turnings, Red wood and Pine Shingles, Redwood Rustic. and Suriaced constantly on hand. Prices as Low as the Lowest. MISCELLANEOUS. TO THE READING PUBLIC FARMER, MINER AND MERCHANT In tho SUto ot Nevada should have the Satisfaction guaranteed in every Office on PI si a St below Lake, Reno. __________________Jb8tt_________________ JOHN BOWMAN, (Successor to "W. H. -pjEALER IN CHOICE FAMILY G- O O IE X 33 TVines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Tinware, Hardline, Crockery, Glassware, [Sugar, Coftee, Tea, Canned Bacon, Flour, and m fact everything usually kept in a First-class Grocerv Store. Fresh Fru It and Vegetables ved Dnilj Country produce ot all kinds received in ex- change for goods. The highest price paid tor good butter and ruucli eggs Goods delivered to any part of town tree of charge. Don't foiget to call ut my place on Sierra St near Gazette ofticu, betoro nmking your pur- chases, nlj- PUBLISHED AT- ItE.VO, WAS1IOK COWHTV, NEVADA. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of Reno, Nevada. C AS'ITAl, Surplas S14.000. D. A. BENDER.......................President 6. W MAPES..............YJOO President C. T. BENDER...................Cashier G, W. Hapes, D.jA, Bandor. A, tl. Allen. A. Curti-s C. T. Bander. THE HOTEL, ST., RENO. JAN1ES CONROY, PROPRIETOR, Has Ijeon removed from-'tho old Hotel and is now lucated ill the old Coats House winch ho has christened tlie "AMERICAN HOTEL." Ho sets the i _ Finest Tcvfole in. And has Coolest ami CosiestSRooma. ive him a call. J5 20-lm WEEKLY PAPER THE STATE Contains FORTlf Columns of Roadintr Matter onco .1 week for months. Invariably In Advance. THE Weekly Nevada State Journal JOURNAL FOR THE PEOPLE Impartial in Tone, and Essentially a. Family ana Business Paper. Publisher trusts H will reflect in a modest way, and, as far its patronage will war- rant, some 1 the best features ol modern journal' tern. It works for the true interests of the busj State and Town in whioh it 13 th( intellectual and industrial welfare of its people, and hopes to honestly inform and Hno- amuse its readers. C. C, POWNING, RENO. WASHOB Co., NEV. Mi'OKTERS. 00., JOJJBKRS CHARLES ZIE6LER, JR. Wines and Liquors I 211 and Front Street, SAN FRANCISCO, CAI. SOLE AGENTS FOR ISIT'CKKS JAMISON DEALEEB Xii nOOKS, STVriQNHKY MAGAZINES CIGARS, TOBACCO, SANKB (lommeroialRow, Reno, Nev. H HOTJSEi On Virginia St., south side of the River, REtfO, NEVADA, I.. KSTOX, The Lake House is one of tho oldest, best and most tavorably known houses in Nevada Thor- oughly lehtted witii all modern accommoda- tions Bar and Blllmrd Room attrfcnerf. A free buss is run to nnd from all {rains mayl7ti' VirJIOIiESAiJB RETAIL BUTCHER, VIRGINIA STREET, RENO, NEVADA. -----Th e Finest------ Ssef, Rflutton and (Pork, In the Market. Retail and Wholesale. Also, the Finest Saiisagcu Manufactured In Ntnte. is the Market for Epicures. C. H. STODDARD, mar7 DEALER IS AND PROVISIONS, Dried, Fresh and Canned Frnits of all kinds, ylso FRESH AND SALT-WATER FISH, and all kinds ot Vegetables in season. A choice variety of Imported nnd Domestic Cigais. Don't forget tho place, near Masonic Build ing, Commercial Row, Reno, Nev. ASSESSMENT NOTICE. MISCELLANEOUS. STATIONERY. PROPOSALS INVITED Furnishing Stationery FOR USEOF STATE OFFICERS, Etc BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE BOARD of Examiners ol' the State of Nevada up t and inclusive of December llth, 1882, for th furnishing of such stationery as may be re- quired for the use of the State officers, o the State of Nevada for the two years commenc ing January 1st, 18H3, and ending January Is 18S5, us near as may bs, In the following quau titles, more or less: 10 Beams 1016 letter paper. 5 10 5 10 5 10 5 10 25 10 0 2 5 10H) 121b 121b 61b 5H5 flat, H sheets, note PAINTING. QRNAW1ENTAL, CARRIAGE AND SICN PAINTING In all its Branches, in Styles to Suit, at Prices to Please All. PAINTINa A 3Uop on Lower VirgiEia St., near llron Bridge jyI2tf T. F. LAYCOCK MILL AND MINING CoAtPANY. Location of principal place of business, Retao, Nevada. Locution ofjworks, in Silver Glance Mining District, Douglas county, Nov. ,Notico is hereby given that at a meeting of the.Bpaffdlof Trustees'oJ, the Yefitnie HElll and Mining Company, held on the 20th day of No- vember, assessment (number one) of live cents pec snare., was lovleflfon the capital stoclt'of the" corporation, payable immediately in United Stateff gold coin, to, the Secretary ut his office In Odd Fellows' bnllUiue, Sono, Nevada. Any stock upon which said assessment shall remain nnpiaid on'.'the 21st ot December, 1882, shall be delinquent and will be duly ad- vertised tor sale at public auction, nnd unless payment'shall "be made bcfore'wlll oe sold on Monday, January 32d, to pay. .delinquent assessment thereon, together with costs of ad- vertising and exjpenses of sale. By order at the Board of H.H. BEOKfSeo'y. Reno, November 21 1882. 6ib 121tilegalcap" lift Ifilb- Engrossing Enrolling Manilla wrapping-paper. 600 sheets of parchment, 15x20 inches. 10 M XXX, C's, white envelopes. 2 M XXX, 8's, J MXXX, Ws, 10 M XXX, 10'B, U dozen Carter's Fluid (quarts) a Combined 0 Crimson, 4-oz bot., glass stop'r 25 boxes Gillott's 303 pens. 50 404 SO 887 25 Spencerian No. 1 pens. 25 Pacific R. R. 25 Esterbrook'a 161 5 dozen quarts David's mucilage. 4 Morgan's mucilage fitands and brush es 4 Morgan's mucilage stands and brush es 2 gross R G, Faber's pencils. 2 Hex., 2 Dixon's assorted Hex red nnd blue" 5 dozen No. 5 Balety inkstands. 1 gross pks. Treasury blotting paper. 100 boxes assorted rubber bands. 2 dozen 2A-iuoh brass-bound rulers. 3 lli-mch rubber 2 H-inch 2 full Russia blank-booKS, per quire 10 M McGill's It. H. paper fasteners, asst'd 1 gross boxes afaboitcti eyelets. 1 dozen No. 58 eyelet machines gross amall ink and pencil erasers. H mammoth ink and pencil erasers, Imite ink erasers. 1 dozen 10-iiich paper shears. 1 Ib-lnch 2 rolls cloth. Samples or minute descriptions of stationery must accompany and be deposited with sealed proposals ior turnisliing the same, in the office of the Secretary oi State, as per Statutes ot vnda of 1877, page 115 Bonds ior double the value of goods culled ior must aceorupiinj' the bids Bids to be addressed' "Hoard of Examiners of the State ol Nevada. Bids Jor iurmshiug fatationeiy. Carson City, Nevada JOHN H. KINKE1D, JASPER BABCOCK, M. A MURPHY, Board of Examiners Carson City, Nev., Nov. 10, 1882. NOTICE TO DEUftQUEftir TAX PAYERS WASEOE Co., KEV., Kf NO, November 28, 1882. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV12V TO ALL whom it may Lonecrn, that the delinquent list of the State, County and Special Tuxes, for tho j ear 1882t Ins been this da> deposited with the District Attorney of AVashoe County, Neva- da, and that uulest, the delinquent tuxes fcherin specified uie paid to the County Treasuror, as ex-oihclo or, within twenty days from the pxiblication %t tbis notice, action will be commencttl by the District ior the collection of said coats At any tune the lust clay of November, 1882, and bufoie the inatitutiou ot suit, nny do- liuquent ittxpajer m t> pay his tuxea, with the addition ot ten per centum, by first proeurinff tho certllu ate irotn the Ooxinty Auditor. JNO B "WILLIAMS, Auditor ot Washou (Jo., Keno, November Wt 183J-2 it FINAL PROOF MOTSCE. LAND OITICE AT CAHSON CIIY, Nrv November 18th, 1882. NOTICE IS HEBEBY GIVEN THAT THE tollowinguomed settler has filed notice ot his intention to make linnl proof in support of his claim, and that sattl proof will be made before the Register and Receiver at Carson City, No? ,on December 18S2; viz Antoni Barini, Homcateud Aoplication No. 23y, for the EM SBVi, Sec. 2. Tp'17 N, H 20 E, SI D M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous res-dentu upon cultivation of said land, vii Aaion K Kit-key, Itviuo Cianu, Fred Ritter, all of Waslioo Co., Nov.. P. O Steamboat, tfnshoc Co Nov., 11 H. Wiight, of C Register. SACRAMENTO AND BOCA In the Steclo and Becker building, COMMERCIAL NEVADAj Boor Sold by the Case, Kegs, Bottle or Class. Prepared with Cheese, Limherger, Caviar Sardines, etc I also have several FINE FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET by tho day, week or month. Free Lunch Beer delivered free of charge. J. J. BECKER. Proprietor PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 0. 8. VABIAN, BENO. W. H. DIOKSON, SALT LAKE. DICXSON VARIAN, A TTORNEYS-AT-L'AW, Will practice In Nevada. all the courts of Utah and may9tf F, R, WAGGONER, M, D., MISCELLANEOUS. JERRY SCHOOLING, Wholesale and Retail Dealt In) OROCERlBU 4.1TO SURGEON Residence and Office: That formerly occu- pied by Dr. Dawsou. gp3-tf K LAFAYETTE HOTEL, X O, N K V A F. ODETT, Proprietor. J. ODETT, Manager. Opposite O. P., V. Ss T. and N. k O.R.R. Depot oaTHonae New and Comportably Fiirnished BATHS FOR GUESTS. atioub. iy4t NEVADA MARKET, Two doors pf Lindley's store, Virginia street, Reno, Nevada.) B D. POLLARD Proprietor. The Nevada Market will be supplied at all times with the very fattest, freshest, i _ jucieet ,and best MEATS OF D E 8 O BIPTIONS. The best in- the land, than he cheapest. Give us a Ifia1 nugtT WILLIAM GAIN, AJTTOBNJBY li A W BENC, NKVADJ Dp Stairs ia Odd Fellows 'Building, S. BISHOP, RENO, NEVADA. At residence on south Bide of thi> Truckae River, uov5 HLarci-ware, Tobaooc s, iixes, and! Liciviors Oorner of Commercial and Sierra Stree Attention Uepurtineiit. to ItetiUl W. .BERGMAN, u v s i c 1 Reno, A Co., OFFICE'-Secoud street, next door 10 JOUHNI Building. A N O SOM> On the Lowest Possible Margin. JERRY SCHOOLING. V'OLENT SOCIETlEh. Reno Chapter No. 7, R. A. M, THE STATED CONVOCATIONS OF RENO Chapter No. 7, of H. A. M., are held at Ma- sonic Hall on the evening of the first Thursdaj of each mouth, commencing at 8 o'clock sharp All sojourning companions in good standing are fraternally iuvitgd to attend, By ordei ot hell. H.P. jiUtf W. A. WALEEtS, Secretary. GRAND FALL AND WINTER O AT XATHAX'S AT NATHAN'S! AT NATMAK'S! West sld of Virginia St.. Htcno. MISCELLANEOUS. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE undersigned Administrator of tho estate of Frank Coviugton will, in obedi- ence to order ol the 2nd Judicial1 District Court, in and ior the county 01 Wafahoc, offer ior sale at public auction, oa Saturday, tho Kith day oi December, A, D. 1882, the folio wine ncscribed real property belonging to said estate to-wit Lots fifteen (15) and sixteen (10) iu Block Lot one in Block Lots three and four (4) in Block and the im- provements thereou, property being situ- ate in the town of Reno, in the county ol Wushoe nnd State of Nevada. That said resl estate will be offered lit public sale on said- day, al the door of the Court House, at Reno, in wild county oi Wasboe, bcfrneen the hour of y o'clock in the morning and the setting of the sun on said day, beginning at one o'clock p. ar- The terms of the sale are cash down in TJmtcd State" gold coin, ten per cent, of tho purchasu price must be paid at the time the bale is made to the Administrator, nnd the remainder when the Hale is iimrmed by the Court ami n deed is executed to the purchaser ol tlie property sold, and iurthei, should the Administrator full to sell at public unction said property or nu.v part then oi whin oflered on bald day, he will there- after continue to ofter the banie at private pale until tlie of "aid droperty is sold. JOHN B.'WILLIAMS, Administrator, Reno, November 'Jl, 1882-td WASHOE Mill CO, (Successors to 0, A Br.igg Co.) MAYING CONSOLIDATED THE LUMBEB business ot C. V. Brag; S: Co., with thar of the lieiio Planing Mill oi Chap Courtols, nnd inviiig make the necessary improvements and idded tho requisite machinery, will do a geupial 1'1'uing Mill, Wood .uul Lumber Busi- ness. Will manufacture and in stock Jomiuon nud Drccsed Lumber, Doors, Sash, BlindK, Mouldings. Uruckdh, Lath, Cedar 3osts, Wood and blabs. Will also keep in lock Redwood Rustic, Ceiling aud Surfaced Oregon Pi ue Flooring, Redwood and Pine- unifies, Shakes, and Building Material. Will nuke to order Packing and Fruit scioll- awing and turning; sugar and jellow pine roin the northern vallt-js a specialty. Mill nd Yard and Jerry Schooling's store connected y telephone, leave orders at either place; jam office, corlici ol Thiid and Ralston btieets. WM. Manager. I. O. O. F. TUUCKKK LODGE, ii Independent Order of Odd Felloive meet at their Hall, east side oi Binlk street, Reno, every Wednesday vonmg.at 7 o'clock, A punctual attendameof members IB requested. All visiting standing, are cordially invited to attend. C. NOYSE, N. G. F, O. UPDIKE. Secretary. I. O. O. RENO IjOJUUjJB la, in- dependent Order of Odd Fellows meet at Odd fellows' Hall, over the Congregational Church, overy Thursday evening. A punctual attendance is- i nested. members ood staudin are cordially to attend. JOHN BELZ, N. Or. R F HOY, Secretary ----My Stock o K O Y >I A 1> E C I., O TWIN CNDEHWEAR, HATS, HANDKERCHIEFS, CAPS, LONKEY. E. R. SMirH. VERDI PLANING mill AND BOX FACTORY. P, O VERDI, WVSHOE Nevada and California Lumber Co. ------CONSISTING or------ ROSSER CREEK SAW SWU.L, BANNER SAW MILL, BANNER BOX FACTORY. ost Office ..lioi Nevada Co., Cal elegraph................ Grosser Creek, mayl2-tf Cal SHIRTS, HOSIERY, TIES, ------IS TUB- ETC., ETC. ASSESSMENT NOTiOE. PRINCE GOLD AND SILVER V_y Mining Co ution of Woiks, PyraiLid I Milling Distm I, CoiiLtj, Principul ph ce ol business liCno, Wabhoe I County, Kevadj Notice is hereby given that ui a mi etmg of the Boaid o: TiiiHtecBhUd un day of November, 1882, an KhScsMiient (No. ]J) ol cents per share upon the capital k ui tho coipor.ition, yujable in U. S. gold com to the Sji-rc-tary. Any btoik upon which I'm. jotussuieut shall remain unpaid .Wth 18b2, shall be detlaicd ilc'iiaqut'ijt itua i itiscd ioi feale at public tint iiui., itiid made be- loie, will be bold on Tncfdn) Jan. 188.J, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with. costs of advertising and expenses of sale. By older of the Board ot Trustees. R. E, QUEEN, Secretary. Reno, Nev Nov. 28th, 1882 RENO'S LEADING HOUSE. l.AKOEMT A1SO CHEAPKWT In the ap5-tf City. M. NATHAN. Cor Commercial Row and Centre Street, VLIOBS from R. R. Depot.) RENUi FOUNfiRY, MACHINE, SHOP, EVERYTHING NEAT, ROOMS NEW AND CLEAN T. K. Successor to-flymers Com ot th- proprietor LIVES Y, FEED SALE STABLE Cor. Sierrc and Second Sts., Nev. mill S'lJtllo Horses T.ET hj tlio Day, Week or itj anitthetnnes i torses, litis TO nd Horses Uoardotl have also attached a large Yard, with good Stables. Also, Corrals for Loose took, well watered HEARSE TO LET. DEPOT KOTEL K O .....-NEVADA JAMEt, CLAtxK, Proprietor, ICciio. 7s new fully established and ia prepared to do a general foundry business, inchuliny every description of In Iron and Brsiso. V For Kins ISaohino Atlower prices than c.n SUPERIOR MILL CASTINGS I j L, X i> S il otej is coutUiciol on Tim and EOTIT DAY AN'I) N I l. li No i N' mai7 riitloiMtt i vt n tut, t PEUhlXS Orders respectfully solicit tl FOR Drawings and estim-iiti furaUhctl re ulrea. novli) V if'RtM iS.l t'HIiy. Vn- This largo honsj i-t favorably l.nown to Hie thu cravolin f and the proprietor is pleated to announce that he will conduct it in the future tin intbe past, DS a First-Glas-: Hotel In all at reasonable Tho t n tha most s (t.-jindri of WINES, LIQDOH-. AM) CiGABS CONSTANT LY (JN HAND. ass 'nitHi trains of the Outnl Pas tt> atop directly ar uvo door foe lueatt- WIEJTSMO. rtMIC REGULAR MEETING OF JL the stockholders of the Hlguliinu Ditch and Water Company-will be held Jamiary (ith, nt the Company's' offlei) over Quden's Drug Store, Virginia street, Rejio, to take into consid- eration the emotion of a new board of Trustees, and such other and further bueinesj us come before such meeting. By order qf President. s P. EVANS, Secretary. Reno, Dec, 6th, 1882, _ ern Cal'tornri 1 cjin p-tvu mom i Ini i lubiuu- era, and will compare my brew with the suiaplcb ol iiupoiti'tl ill jtl t been the best of water frojji tlie Tiu o. Best barhty to be Uncl in Xm .til L or Uahluiuii Arid beat hops from Ensteiii aud M'esterM kets, I an maXe the Best Beer in I guarauteo satisfaction to all p itrons. Tiy it Try it nt tho GRANITE SALOON, COMMERCIAL KOw" Near Sierra St., Reno, Nev. PALACE RESTAURANT, TTM THE I'AI-ACK II T H L, Corner Commercial Row, Opposite R. R. Deiiot, Reno, Nev. of I L.ITUF: RKY.O. li.'J il J-ANV, Miss Bj SVii. l H'lllooK, Parsons, Ivinibi'tt, Snulliu, Jloran Uein II, Hvnii r S )ld only bj MI'O i i b. MISS Agent ior Ren i LEADING RESTAURANT IN THE CITY. Everything in tiio shape of FISH, FLESH AND FOWL Off HAND ----And Coolteil to Order.---- Thanking the people of Reno for their pat ronagc in yearB past, I am ngaiu in the field uiid solicit a share of the public pntronage. SAMPLEJOOMS. A BiltJO W A U I Virginia St., Reno. FINE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS JeTtf Come and, See Me. i> MORRIS ASH POLLARD -'ItBONALD... PJtOI'liIKJ UESS, Tos II DliOrHKIlTO.N, This Hotel Is Now (vewlv Furnished. THE TABLE is nlwayfS eiipplied with tin- bii-t in the market. THE BAR IB well supplied with the choicest of Liquors, Wines find Cigars, TH IR' ROOMS With Nov. iml This Hotel is situated upjjjtulc tu T. and N. O. R. R. Depots. Families and the traveling puoiic can llnd R pleasant home. Rates leusouablu, decU MOT TO SETTLE. t LI, PEKSOJ-m INDEBTED TO THE'PAL- RdHt'iurunt are hereby notified to settle their accounts without or they will placed in the hands of in) oftlecr for collection. FRED Mc-LAlJGHLlN,   

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