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Daily Nevada State Journal (Newspaper) - January 30, 1891, Reno, Nevada DAILY NEVADA STATE UKNAL VOL XXXI. RENO, WASHOE COUNTY. NEVADA. FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 30, 1891. NO 108. Published Dally ana Weekly by K EL STODDARD. TERMS 07 SUBSCnil'TION Dally one by mall................90 OO Daily -ix n 3 OO Weekly one by mail a no Weekly nix nion'ha 1 OO The Dally, containing latest telegraphic news, la published evry dny rxiept Mondays. Tlie Weekly In published on Suturdai a TIME TAUtlCS. Time of Arrival nurt Departure of Train at Reno. "he following tatlo g vea the time of arrival and depatture of pas-enijer trains at Itenn; TRAIN. Central Pscitic- No 1, ess bound express...... No 2 wt fttbound No. e Bthuun express No 4, westboui d expr sa Virginia I ruck" No 1, iaoiiresa No '1 Sun fcranLisio -xprosa Nos a 4, 4, luonl Nev tin Oal ExprcB8 and f-i 10-10 pin 4 25 p m 0 10 n ill 11.40 p cu 905 p m 11-45 am 3 40 p m! 10-20 p m 1-10 p m 920 am 11 50pm 825 a m 1-45 p m 0 45 a m Time of Arrival and Departure of Mails at Ueno. San Francisco and S.ic'to j Cul (west of W r ana B n........... Eastern iNuvads nud -UJttts Virgin! cars in, Glenbrool antl Nevada Injo aud Alpine c-ni ties, i'al............ Bauanvlllo Uedarville, Quint.) and points nortb Butt 1> IMmidnyi) ABKXVfc.8 OLUShB 0 10 a m 9 Iff a m 1-40 p m J US p m >-OS p m 3-40 p m 4 00 p m 8-OUp u 8 no p m 8 30 a in 8-30 a m 8 30 am 830 am 8 3" a m ASSESSMENT NOTICE. OhB EXfliSrOV I ITCH Honor pr p rty Ueuo, county, Ne- of Itoao, wa8Uue rouuty, la hvreoy give j that at a meeting of the botrd Irug et-s oi tue Urr Wa- Ur Dit h O mpmy on the 24tii
nI otbtr Slocko Bought and Soldo Commission for Bevcral iuturaiice com PROFESSIONAL CARDS. W. L. KNOX, AT T O R N K Y A T L A W Office In Court House, Reno. NUT. __________Jan 6_________________ DR. E. C. PHELPS. Building Reno, Nev. W. A. PHILLIPS, M. D. RENO. NEVADA, Stmaerlan-i'J Building. Nlgbt Wm Pinaiger'a residence. jun4 THOMAS E. HAYDON, AT TORNEY-AT-LAW, fllce in Sunderland's Building (up Reno, Nevada janl T. K. STEWART. PURVEYOR AND CIVIL ENGINEER. O. S MINERAL DEPUTY. Office Virginia Street, Keno, Nevada. _____ ___ jan I DR. C. J. MULLEN, OFFICE: VEE SUNDERLAND'S STORE, STREET, RENO. M. J. CURTIS, ARCHITECT AND BUILDER, BENO, NEVADA. Ions Furnished and Estimates Given. eslrlence and place of of Firat and Virginia streets, lieno, Nev. ______________jan 1 DENTISTRY. DR H. A. FREDRICK, formerly of Vir- ginia and graduate of tbe Leipzig and erlln Deutal Colleges, lias permanently lorated n Iteno, and can be founrt at dental parlors in IRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, Rooms 13 and 14. Dr. Fredrick hat a complete outfit of tue 'atea mprovpd inntr m'lltB and will guarantee tJ do othing but the beat ot work DR. M. A. DENTIST ROOM8 over Taasell'B Shoe Store, In Fownlnu's New BricK, east le of Virginia street All ark skillfully performed and satisfaction teed. Itrona Oxide a'lministerf 1 for the painlosn extraction of tet th hoorn 9 A M nctilSp. K HAS. A. JOJ.EB. ROMP. M OLARKE CLARKE JONES, TORNEYS AT-LAW ueuo Offlue, Virginia St., ir Powning'n Naw Brick Build i g. H. L. FISH, N OTAUX PUBLIC ANB CONVEYANCER O LONKET, President J. F. CONDON, Manager and 8eotet4ry, TRUSTEES: O. LONKEY, J. F. CONDON, 0. O. POWNINO, Water Power, Ban Kight and Day; Electric Ligbt; latest and Improved Machinery. ----tt------ Mouldinss Saab, Doors, Blinds, Door and Window Frurafs rrlmmlngn, Scroll Work, and all tue lati style" of Cast Lake Interior FmlJh for Dwelliugn anil Storerooiua. CLEAR AND COMMON LUMBER FOR SALT KMriHIVlUM U1VEM ON ADDBBRH AI.I. ORDKBS: VEHDI MILL CO., VrnDi. WAHHOB Or> NKTADA o. Uat l> Oetaeti, Deeds ana other papers drawn aud acknowledge- ments taken at reaaooable National Bank G. E. HOLESWORTH, ARCHITECT AND BUILDER BENO, NEVADA. Plana Furnished, and Given AGENT FOB STEEL ROOFING. Residence and place ot of Firs and Virginia, streets. DR. T. WAH HING, and Surgeon. PHYSI Graduate of Hong Kong Medical Col leg. Treats rti waft-sot 'very kind skillfully Office orner Virginia and Second streets, opposite lira National Bank i eno Nevada. Tbe Dr, has practiced successfully In Vlrglnl City for se-vi-ra years. being mule by John R Qoodwln.rroy, N V ,at work forui. may not make we on tetcb you auitkl; bow to earn from to 010 tiay at tliu itaH, and you ffo on Botti MiKetvatlafM. i any part of America you conv- ince at home, yourtlme.or momeott onh tu the work All la new Great pay BtKk fur every work- er We itart you, ftirnliblnjr ererr- thinv EA81LV, 81'Et.DILY learned. lCULAHa FUEH Aildroi VERDI MILL CO. VERDI MILL. CO VERDI, WASHOE CO., NEVADA. STOCK DRESSED LUMBER OF ALL KINDS 'LOOSING, CEILING, RUSTIC, BEVEL SIDING AND SURFACED LUUBE WOOD, Etc., JSxo. PICKETS, LATH AND SHINOLEB, SAWDUST FOB MAKKBT, 4 _ W. O, F. MARTIN. F. LEVY BRO. TAKE ADVANTAGE OUR GREAT PREMIUM SALE, Of our New Stock -OF- DRY GOODS and CLOAKS. PRICES LOWER THAN EVER. F. BRO., Reno, Nevada. HALL'S SAFES. HALL'S SAFES ARE THE BEST. FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFE. SECOND HAND SAFES AT A BARGAIN. Combination Locks Furnished and Repairing a Specialty. SEND FOR DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULAR AND PRICE LIST. HALL'S STANDARD SAFES Never Fail to Protect their Contents against Both Fire and Burglars- HALL'S SAFE AND LOCK COMPANY, Factory, CINCINNATI, OHIO. SALESROOMS New York City; Portland, Me.; Boston; Philadelphia; Cleveland; Chicago; Louisville; St. Louis; Kansas City; Omaha; Minneapolis St. Paul; New Orleans; Ban Francisco; Los Angeles; San Diego; Portland, Oreg.; Nashville, Richmond. Va.; Milwaukee, Wis.; Evansville. Ind.; Atlanta. Qtk FIRST NATIONAL BANK. D A. BENDF3, President. O W MAPES. Vlcn-PieBldent O. T. UENDEB, OI'ORQR, U TAVl.OR, AsBlstaut Unsbler. Cash Capital, RB.MO, 3MB.VADA. Surplus, A GENERAI, BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. Prompt attention given to nil busmens entrusted to our cure. Foreign and Excihituge VioQKbt aud sold. PRINCIPAL CORRESPONDENTS: BANK OF CALIFORNIA, Snn Frnncisco, NAT HANK D O. MILLS St CO., SacramiMta, BANK OF THE HEl'U ULIO, fiew York; CONTINENTAL NAT. BANK, Chicago, 11 BANGA DENliUE, Italy cxt" w. o H MARTIN, A. H MANNING, QBO. w. A fUHTIH, D A BENDER, o T BENDEU M LEE. NEVADA CASH Jfl GOODS AND CAHPET STORE, will Sell, ior Thirty Days, Doricg the Ti.oe o( Taking Invoice, OUR ENTIRE STOCK OP DRESS GOODS, CLOAKS, JA.CKETS AND MANY FANCY GOODS, AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. and enrich yourself by tbe chance offered. S. EMRCCH, Manager. BOOTS AND SHOES. THE CHEAPEST I THE BEST BROTHERS, Powning's New Building, East Side of Virginia Are constantly receiving direct item leading of the United tbe Largest and Moat Complete Stock of Fine S. JACOBS, THE l.EADIXO MERCHANT TAH.OH. Removed to Commercial Row and Virginia Sts., OR "BABNETT'S COKNEB." Imported Cloths, Gents' Furnishing Goods and Hats A. Specialty. SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER and a Fit Guaranteed. Shoes, Slivpers and General Footgear for Ladies, Youths and Misses ever been Deceived In this city. Tbe public Is invited to call and inspect them. ami Nno ma IB Orrtfr Itepu rlny Nenily Itouo. Vlnd IIIITM n tnliy. WIELAND BEER. Call at the Journal Office. WIELAND'S LAGER, ADOLPH BAIL. Sole Agent for the State of Nevada or the sale of John Wieland Brewing Company's celebrated pure and GENUINE LAGER BEER. -----Headquarters and bottling house RENO, 1ST E.V -A. ID j9L, Favorable terms gn en. to the wholesale trade, and all or for general and family tue promptly filled aud attended SPAPFRf SPAPFRf
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