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   Daily Nevada State Journal (Newspaper) - September 4, 1890, Reno, Nevada                                ?f DAILY NEVA STATE JOURNAL VOL XXXIII. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY, NET ADA THURSDAY VIORNING. SEPTEMBER 4, 1890. NO H2. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DENTISTRY. BK H, A. FREDRICK, foimwly Of Vliv glnia City, and graduate of the Leipzig and In Dental Colleges, baa pelmnnently located In Bono, and can be found at bis dental parlors In FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, Rooms 13 and 14. Dr Fredrick baa a complete outfit of tbe latea improved internments aba will guarantee to do nothing bat tbe best of work, BENJ. CURLER, T T O R N E Y A T L, A W, Offlco in First Kallotial Bank Building, Keno, Nor mySO OHAS. A. JOlvES. KOBT.M.OLABKB CLARKE JONES, A TORNEYS AT-LAW keno Office, Virginia St, It Fowning's Sew Brick BulldiLg. H. L. FISH, rOTARX PUBLIC ANB OONVEtANOEB. Deeds and other papers drawn and acknowledge menta taken at reasonable rat! s. In First National Bank. DR. H. BERG-STEIN, BOnOEON and OrriOB Koorns 1 and 2 8umli iland's Vir- ginia Street, Beno C rner Chestnut Second Streets, PoTslng's Addition. UR. M. A. GREE f LAW, DENTIST ROOMS over Tassell's Shoe Store, in Powning's New BricK, east >i le of Virginia, street. All work skillfully performed and satisfaction guar- anteed. Nitrons Oxide Gas administers I for tho painless extraction of tee tu Office hours from a A. M nntll 5 p. M. DR. C. J. MULLEN, IFIC E SUNDEKLAND'S BUILDING, VIB OINIA 9 to 11 A.M. and 3 to fir, u, Jy 26 tf. THOMAS FJTCH, AT T O R N E Y A T A W, fflce in First National Banli Building, Beno, Ne- vada. MISCELLANEOUS. BKSO, July 26 WOO AT A OF THL KEPUBIIUAN Count; Central Committee, of WaRhoe on the above date, it was ordered lean Pfimaij Election Be held -Saturday, Aug. For tho t urpose of electing eighteen delegates to the State Convention to be held in Virginia on September 4th. Oraered that the State delegates be apportioned as follows4 lleuo, 10, Olendala. J, Browns, 1; Wadswor h, 3, Franktowu, Washoo and Incline 1, Vardi, Pyramid 1 he delegates receiving the highest number of votes oust throughout the county, subject to the above ai portionment shall be declared duly elected AloO ordered that on the same day an election be held for the purpose of electing 07 delegates to the County Convention to be held ut Reno, on October 7th at 10 O'clock A. M. Apportioned as Follows! ................68Gledalo...... 1 Wit aoe Wndsworth Peav.no...........1 branitowu ..10 Pyramid Hrowua Verdi VERDI MILL CO. VERDI MILL CO., VERDI, WASHOE CO., NE.VAOA. CAPITAL, STOCK 0. LONKKT PlClUf t, I F CONDON, mill Becrelnty. 0 LoNKicy J i? Coxnox, C 0. Water Power, Hun Night and Eleotno Light; Latest and Improved Machinery. DRESSED LUMBER OF ALL KINDS "VI E3 PLOOBING, CEILING, RUSTIC, BEVEL SIDING AND STJBFACED LCMBE 100: 12SI PICKZTB, LATH AND SHINGLES, SAWDUST JOB MABKKT, KINDLINO WOOD, ETC., Eic ____ Doors Bllndo Door and Window Trains, TrimmlniJS, Soroll Work, and 31} ftp lale interior Finish for Dwellings and Storerooms. MmilAinira Moulding.. CLEAR, AND COMMON LUMBER FOR ESTIMATE WIVES ON APPMOAI1HW. ADDEKS8 ALL OBDRBS VEEDI MILL CO.. YKBM. WABBOE Co NBTAPA G. E. HOLESWORTH, A ROHITEOT AND BUILDER BENO, NEVADA Plans Furnished, and Estimates Given. AGENT FOB STLEIi KOOFINO. Residence and place of ot First and Virginia streets iny8 ____________ R. H. LINDSAY, TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Reno, Nevada. WWill practice ic all the Courts of Nevada and Oalifornia._____________________ M. J. CURm ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. KESO, NEVADA Plans Famished and Esti Dates Given. Residence and place ot bust of First and Stevenson streets. Bait Marsh Incline.......... 6 Total .......97 The names of both State and county delegates to bo printed ou tbe same bullot, Tbe County Convention la called for the purpose of nominating a full county ticket Oae Stats Senator. Three Assemblymen, One Sheriff. One County Clerk. One Oonnty Treasurer. One Recorder. One Assessor. One Surveyor. One District Attorney. One Public Administrator e-s-offleio dor oner. One Commissioner, long term, One Commissioner, short term. Also for the appointment of a County Central Committee Tbe following test will be required "f am a Citizen of this State and will Nominees of the Republican The attention of tbe Board is respectfully .-ailed to the law governing primary elections I pages 29 inclusive Polls to be kept onen from 1 P. M to 6 P M Oidered that tbe following sball be tbe Judges at the several places where the primaries are Oorreuo, Samuel Cliff. J. J. ito- Polls at Justice s office P Marker, 0 O. Porter, J. J. Jackson. Polls at Marker s store Brow M Lamb, E. Crane, Bert Polls at blacksmith shop M. Thompson, 0 0. Eosa.D. W Bryant Polls at school house Odette, Joe Giles, Matthews. A Merrill Polls at Men-ill's Snlt 0 Norton, J. B Bonham. Pol s acBonhams Verdi Tbomos Pixley, Fred Bnrua and Oamille Loiikey. Polls at O Loukey's store McPLerson, 0. H, H Cowles Pulls at Justice s ofttce L Crocket, General S. H Marlette, A Upoucer Polls at Incline fitore. Savnge, Will Qould, W. H Joy Polls at Surveyor's office Second Ward-W U. Dauahy, George Hymers, Sol Levy PolU at Justice's office Thiid W Higgins, D W O'Connor, Lisle Jamison Polls at Engine house. Ordered that these proceedings be published in the Beuo livening Gazette uud DAILY. STiTE JOURNAL. J. F. ALEXANDER, President Waslioo Republican Country Central Committee. N W BOFF, Seorftary. jy29 AGENT H. J. THYES. J. THYES, First National Bank Building, RENO, NEVADA, f Schmidt Oo.'s Sarsaparilla and Iron Water and Orangine. Manitou Mineral Water, Manitou Soda Springs, Colorado, _ Sierra Bottled Beer, Booa, Oalifornia, Trade and Families Supplied By Ibe dozen or case. Orders promptly attended to and goods delivered free of charge- Leave orders or address 0. Box 401. Brands Imported and Domestic Wines, Kentucky Whiskies, Imported Cognacs, Brandies, Gins, Sherries, Ports, Etc., By the Pint, Bottle, Case, etc. Best Goods at Lowest Prices FIRST-CLASS BAR AND POOL TABLES. ______ FIRST NATIONAL BANK. P A BEMVD. I rw-Wful. W SHPE8 Vlcn-Pronldent. 0. T. BENDED. CMbtor 'Th il AstitfUnt O.shlw. RRNO, NRVADA. Cash Capital, Surplus, A GENEKAL, BANKING BUSINESS TEAN8AOTED. Promps Bttentioa giyflti [o nil buainens entrusted to oar cure. Foreign and Dontltic Eiohange bought and eold. PRINCIPAL CORRESPONDENTS I BANK OF CALIFORNIA, Sen Francisco; NAT. BASKJD. O. CO., Sacram AM. EXOHAOaB FAT BANK, York, OON HNEN TAI, NAT BANK, Chicago. II BhOWS, SHIPLEY CO London BANOA DJWBBA.LE. Italy, W O. H MABTIN, A H MAMWO. GBO. W. MAPES, D.A.BUXDEB, 0. T. BSNDEK ALLEN A. CURTIS, F M. LEE, BOOTS AND SHOES. THE CHEAPEST! THE BEST! TA.SSELL BROTHERS, Powning's New Building, East Side of Virginia Street. Are constantly receiving direct Hem Leading Manufacturen of tho United StatM Lthe Largest and Most Complete Stock of Fine HARDWARE, GROCERIES, AND GENERAL PROVISIONS. They Sell at Bedrock Prices and Guarantee Satisfaction, Their Stock IB Second to None in Either Quality or Assortment. THEM A CALL AND BE CONVINCED. SUMMONS. RICHARD HEEZ, KKNO, NKVADA IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE STATE of Nevada, in and fo- the County of Ibe State of Nevada sends to O J. Backus OBEKT- INO You are hereby required to appear in an ac- tion commenced aga nst you as defendant by T, J Truman and J usgood Hooker, partners, doing business as Truman, Hooker it Co, as plaintiff in the District Court of tbe State of Nevada, in and for tbe County of Washoe, and answer the corn' plaint therein within ten days after the servl e on you of this (exclusive of the day o service) if served in said county, but withi.n said District, and in all other cases furiydays; or jndg ment by delimit will be taken against ou ace ord. ing to tbe prayer of said complaint. The said ac tlon is brought to recover the possession of cer tain goods and personal property, to-wit 4 wagons No 47, size 2Ji, weight Ibs, 3 wagons Bo 48 size weight 935 pounds, 2 wagons No. rfze weight 800 pounds, 2 wagons, No 14X. size 2J4, weight 800, jwagonsNo 45, size 3 wagons, No 47B, size weight 000, wagons, No. 48B, size A. weight 900, 2 wagons No MB. weight 900, one wagon No, 17B 2 X; weight 9110, one wagoit No. 40. size 1% weight BOO, and 8 Oalifornia rock beds, and in ease possession of said goods and personal pr ?p erty can not be bad then for the value thereo> to- all of which will more, fully appoa from the complaint wblcb U on file in the. office u tbe Clerk of said Cuurt at Beno, and to which yon are especially referred And you are further notified that if you fail to appear and amwer said complaint, the said plaint- iff will apply to the Court for tbe re let demanded In testimony whereof, I.T, V. Jullen H_ t have hereunto set my hand and afflxet I f the seal of said Court, this 19ih da] July, A 11.90 T. V JULIEN, Clerk of tbe Dlatrl it Court oi tbe of Nevada in and for Washoe County, 2 ATTIHTIOH Cirgraving and Watch Repairing OTAHDATtP TIME TATTEU BY THAITBIT PAHIFIC BREWERY, Reoo Soda Works and Granite SALOON. J. G. KRRTH, lo George Beer by tbe Glass, Quail, Bottle or Eeg at shortest notice. Beer of the Best Quality always on htnot Orders from tho country receive prompt Attention. Oommerolal Reno, Nevada. EVERYBODY Visiting San Francisco (IAN KETTJB5) HOME WITH A PBESENT that will not fall to pleaae friend and thit Is a FOLSOM WELLS. O WELi'S, L. D. FOLSOM. 1TOLSOM WELLS, n Masonic Building, corner Sierra St. and Commercial Row, Keeps Everything in the Line of Shoes, Slippers and General Footgear for Ladies, Youths and Misses That have over been 'n thia city. The public li invited to call and inspect thorn. Utota RiHl maJe to OrtKr. Itpim rliitf Hone. Flod iiy. IIIIEH a THE BANK OP NEVADA. THE BANK OF NEVADA, RENO, NEVADA. Capital Stock, fully W ILL BUY AND SELL EXCHANGE ON SAN FRANCISCO, NEW TOBK London and the principal Eastern and European Cities. MANNING'S ADVERTISEMENT. M. D. FOLEY M. E, WARD President R, 8. OSBUBN Vice President Owhiel X3I3R.33O Daniel Meyer, of San Francisco; M D Foley, of Eureka; Geo. Ruaaell, of Elko M. Ward, J N. Evaus, G. C. Pawning and L. Abrahams, of Beno. Daniel Meyer, II Erowi. I.. Brown and William Fries, of Ban Frau.iisoo; lull Bradley, ol Elko, M D, Foley, B H Donnelly, W. E Griffin John Torro, H. Johaior, of Eureka. Mai Healoy, of Susanvillo, tuoo Winters, of Wuboe Valley, J B Whitnd, of Wadswortn; 0 O "owning, J, N Evans, B F Bobo, IA AbrabaniK, A Abrabami, W. H. Gould, Bol Levy, M. E. Ward, R S. Osburn, B. H LlndiaT, W. D Phillips, E. Oobn. T. V. Jullen. L.J.Flint, Mrs D.H Barker J H. Mltobell. W. M. Anderson, of Reno Will General Banking i d other Stocks Bought and Said oa OouunlBBiOD Aegnts for Several Plrst-Class Insurance Companies. A. H. MANNING, -DEALER IN----- THOMAS BARNETT'S ADVERTISEMENT. Stoves, Ranges, ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE, NAILS, BARBED WIRE, IRON PIPE, "WAG-ONS, PLOWS, And Farm Implements of All Kinds, Mound City Mixed Paint, lite LeaUamish and Oils, PLUMBING, GA.8 FITTING AND AT BEASONABLE PRICES, W. 0. F. MARGIN. W, O. H. THE DOLLARS MUST COME! Because my Goods Are Sold at Cost 1 Entire Stock of Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Gents' Furnishing Goods. Fixtures for Sale and Store to Lease for a Term of Years. I further offer for sale all my real estate, comprising a dwelling house with improvements and building lots; also horses, buggy and harness all Cheap for Cash THOMAS TAKEN INBTAHTANEOC8L7 BY The Woria-Tride Known FhotognpUo AiUii. 8 Montgomery Btrot, IAN VBAS01BOO. OAL. -NEVADAjklSlNESS. ADVEBTISE IN THE DAILT ANB WEEKLI JoDBKAt, wtebltehed X) yean. If jon waut to do butinisi in Mtndi, adTWttae in tt OPBKAt. Shelf Hardware, Bar tebed Wire, Stool, Cumberland Coal, Linife, Piaster, Geinent, Buckeye all Other SBiirir of Specialty, Brtraa a <3BOCB.MES. f or Empire Mower WIELAND BEER. lit at the Journstf Office. WIELAND1 S LAGER, ADOLPH BAIL. Sole Agent for the State of Nevada for the sale of John Wieland Brewing Company's celebrated pure and GENUINE LAGER BEER. ___Headquarters and bottling house BENO, TSTEVADA, Favorable terms given to tbe wholesale 1r de, and all for general and family use promptly filled andjatu-nded to.   

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